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Dawn 2010: The Mixtape

Courtesy Josh Kun, of the Idelsohn Society

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Josh Kun, of the Idelsohn Society for Musical Preservation, made a special mix tape for Dawn 2010, the Tablet-sponsored late-night cultural arts festival going down in honor of Shavuot on the evening of Saturday, May 15 in San Francisco.

And, um, we’ve got it. Have a listen:

Tracklist below the jump.

Ez-Learn Piano- Irving Fields
Exotic on the Speaker- Soulico feat. Rye Rye
Holiday Mambo- Machito & His Afro-Cubans
Ye Ye What Will Be- Ha’Shmenim Ve’ha’Razim
Dunkin Bagel- Slim Gaillard
Adir Adirim- Balkan Beat Box (Nickodemus Remix)
Kale Kale- Avram Grobard
Swanee- Aretha Franklin
Im Ze Los Mat’im Lach- Tahles (Assaf Oren Remix)
Sha! Shtil!- Gucci Vump (L-Vis 1990 Remix)
P’Sach Lanu Sha’ar- The Sway Machinery
Malkat Haclipper- Fishi Hagodol & Piloni
Middle Eastern Freak- Soulico
Hava Nagilah- Musicmakers Ltd.
Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen- Tony Martinez Quintent with Dorothy Loudon
Freylekhs Fun Der Khupe- Solomon & Socalled
Halevai- Moishe Oysher & The Barry Sisters
Where Can I Go?-Marlena Shaw
She’s A Woman- The Churchills
Pobrecito Salomon- Pablo Beltran Ruiz
Cha Cha No. 29- Irving Fields (MIS remix)
Nadine- Fool’s Gold (Memory Tapes remix)
Ragtime Cowboy Joe- The Barry Sisters

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Is there any way to download this?

That’s very beautiful and attractive. I like it from the core of my heart.

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Dawn 2010: The Mixtape

Courtesy Josh Kun, of the Idelsohn Society

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