Haïm Ulliel

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Haïm Ulliel

Haim Uliel (Hebrew: חיים אוליאל‎‎; born 1956), sometimes, Haim Ulliel is an Israeli singer. Uliel is part of a movement that blends traditional Moroccan music with contemporary rock. [1]

Uliel was born in Sderot and was the leader of the band Sfatayim.[2]

Ulliel is regarded as the central figure in the fusion of Moroccan music with contemporary rock that emerged from Sderot in the nineties. [3]

In 2000, Uliel released his debut album Sanduk La'ajiv (Maghrebi Arabic for "magic box").

References[edit]

  1. ^ Rockets may fall, but Sderot continues to rock, By Abigail Klein-Leichman, January 15, 2009 Israel21c [1]
  2. ^ 5 Questions with Haim Uliel Byline: JENNY HAZAN , Jerusalem Post, p. 10 , February 20, 2003
  3. ^ War Without End: Israelis, Palestinians, and the Struggle for a Promised Land By Anton La Guardia, Macmillan, 2003, p. 249