The title track Kol Haderech features original words by Miriam Israeli (who also wrote Yesh Tikvah). The song speaks about the bond between the Yidden and Hashem. No matter what troubles we've been through as a nation or as an individual, we never forgot about Hashem. We hope and pray that he too will always watch over and protect us.
The album features two striking ballads from Baruch Levine, including Ki Malachov and Shir Hamaalos. The idea of Shir Hamaalos was inspired from a letter written after two terrible tragedies took two young fathers from their families. In the song's lyrics"Hayinu Kecholmim", we look forward to the day when Moshiach will arrive, that we will wake up from the"dream" of this long Golus.
Elie Schwab, another composer known for smart lyrics with great messages, contributed Schar Mitzvah, (with music by Ian Freitor) and Chizku (with music by Udi Damari), to the album.
"Chizku, " says Elie Schwab, "was inspired by Bibi Netanyahu's citation of this posuk from Parshas Devarim in front of the U.S. Congress."The Jewish nation is about enter Eretz Yisroel, and they look to Moshe to lead them there.'Lo Uchal Od Latzet v'lavoh, ' Moshe says.'I can no longer be your leader as my time has come. Don't fear, it was Hashem who has carried you until now, and He who will continue to carry you. Be strong! Chizku Ve'imtzu!'"
The album was completed with additional songs from Boruch Sholom Blesofsky (Umeloch, with music by Ian Freitor) and a song composed by Mordechai, Lo Alecha, with music arranged by producer, Avraham Zamist.
The album features arrangements by Ian Freitor, Udi Damari, Tzvi Blumenfeld, Avrumi Berko, Yoni Eliav, Eli Lishinsky and Avraham Zamist.
- Kol Haderech (4:43)
- Schar Mitzvah (3:43)
- Ki Malachov (5:18)
- Chizku (3:26)
- Shir Hamaalos (5:18)
- Ivdu (4:01)
- Hayom (6:15)
- Mi KaHashem (4:45)
- Lo Alecha (5:35)
- Umeloch (4:25)
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