Hal'lu

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Hal'lu
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Studio album by The Rabbis' Sons
Released June 1967
Recorded March - June 1967
Genre Jewish, Chassidic
Length 35:43
Label Fran Record Co. FR-109 (mono)
Fran Record Co. FRS-109 (stereo)
Emes Record Co. E-101 (mono)
Emes Record Co. ES-101 (stereo)
(The Fran and Emes issues had slightly different liner notes)
Producer Baruch Chait, Barry Septimus
The Rabbis' Sons chronology
Hal'lu
(1967)
To Life
(1968)
Format LP
Main musical personnel Chait, Sharfman, Weinberger, Zheutlin
Other musical personnel David Nulman, Mickey Lane, Barry Septimus, Stanley Miller, Yehuda Isaacs, Eli Teitelbaum

Hal'lu is the first Rabbis' Sons album. It contained one of the only two songs they ever released with Yiddish lyrics ("A Sukkele"). "Mi Ho-ish", "Rabos Machshovos" and "Hal'lu" were among the group's most popular songs.

Track listing[edit]

Side one
No. Title Lyrics Music Notes Length
1. "Hu Elokeinu" (הוא אלוקינו) קדושה של שחרית - שבת Chait also appears on Greatest Hits as track 1 1:52
2. "V'ani S'filosi" (ואני תפילתי) Psalms 69:14 Mark Davidowitz vocal: Zheutlin 2:45
3. "Kavei" (קוה) Psalms 27:14 Chait vocal: Zheutlin; also appears on Greatest Hits as track 4 2:49
4. "Mi Ho-ish" (מי האיש) Psalms 34:13-15 Chait vocal: Weinberger; also appears on Greatest Hits as track 10 3:39
5. "Rabos Machshovos" (רבות מחשבות) Proverbs 19:21, Psalms 33:11 3:35 Chait vocal: Sharfman; also appears on Greatest Hits as track 2 3:35
6. "Be'tzeis Yisroel" (בצאת ישראל) Psalm 114 Chait 3:34
Side two
No. Title Lyrics Music Notes Length
1. "Hal'lu" (הללו) Psalm 117 Chait also appears on Greatest Hits as track 7 3:06
2. "Even Moasu" (אבן מאסו) Psalms 118 Chait vocal: Sharfman 2:45
3. "Kadsheinu" (קדשינו) Sabbath Prayer Chait 3:24
4. "Hoyso Li" (היתה לי) Psalms 42:4 Chait vocal: Weinberger; also appears on Greatest Hits as track 12 3:31
5. "A Sukkele (Yiddish)" (א סוכה-לה) Traditional Yiddish Folk Song Traditional Yiddish Folk Song 4:47

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