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Songs in the Key of Hanukkah

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Monday’s usual Vox Tablet podcast comes with full musical accompaniment. It would admittedly be pretty cruel to give you Marc Weidenbaum discussing Anander Mol Anander Veig, an album of original Jewish-themed, Hanukkah-inspired remixes that he curated, without also letting you hear the album itself. Which is why, today on Tablet Magazine, it’s available, for free, for listening and downlading.

Below: My favorite track, the Fourth Ward Afro-Klezmer Orchestra’s rendition of “Ose Shalom,” as remixed by Diego Bernal.

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