Green Onion (band)
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- Shmor Al HaGvul (Guard the Border) - This show was produced by the founders of the band, before their exemption from the Nahal.
- 1957: Kvisat HaRash (The Poor Man's Laundry) - A pun with the Hebrew words Kvisa (Laundry) and Kivsa (Sheep), which relates to the biblical parable invented by Nathan the Prophet about the story between David and Bathsheba.
- 1958: Hop Avarnu (Hop! We Moved)
- 1959: Af Mila LeMorgenstein (No Word to Morgenstein) - The show was used as a base to a movie with the same name, that was filmed in 1963.
- 1959: Ve... Shalosh Nekudot! (And... Three Points!)
- 1960: Chatul BaSak (Cat in the Sack).
In various times the members were:
- Uri Zohar - Vocals, Direction
- Ilana Rubina - Vocals
- Yona Atari - Vocals
- Shimon Israeli - Vocals
- Nechama Hendel - Vocals
- Zaharira Kharifai - Vocals
- Gabi Amrani - Vocals
- Yosef Orag - Accordion
- Chaim Topol and Galya Topol - Vocals
- Eliahu Barkai - Vocals
- Oded Kotler - Vocals
- Ruti Atias - Vocals
- Avraham Mor - Took part only in the first show.
- Nira Adi
- Aliza Kashi
- Arik Einstein
- Shai Denon
- Martin Brecher - Trumpet
- David Elshayach - Drums and Percussion
- Ephraim Kishon
- Shmuel Bonim
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