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Performer: So Called
Title: The So Called Seder: A Hip Hop Haggadah
Released: 2005
Style: Ragga HipHop, Trip Hop, Cut-up/DJ, Folk, Conscious
Rating: 4.9/5
Format: MP3 FLAC MMF WAV ADX VOC AIFF VQF MIDI
FLAC size: 1244 mb | MP3 size: 1892 mb | WMA size: 1733 mb

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Get the Tempo of the tracks from The So Called Seder: A Hip Hop Haggadah (2005) by Socalled. This album has an average beat per minute of 175 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 175/175 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The So Called Seder: A Hip Hop Haggadah. 1. Pesach Zeit (feat.

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For the hip hop fan: The So-Called Seder comes in CD format, and features a matzoh on a turntable. 2. For the "confused Jew" who enjoys puns: Haggadah Good Feeling About This. 4. For Buddhists: Zen types will enjoy the Haggadah for Jews and Buddhists. The introduction reads: "Look around and appreciate all you have, for we were once Pharaoh’s slaves in Egypt where there was no cell reception and very few taxi cabs. In The Traditional Egalitarian Passover Haggadah, the four sons are replaced by the four daughters. 8. For the literary snob

So Called, aka Montreal writer/musician Josh Dolgin, has successfully translated the basis of the Passover Seder text to a hip hop setting. Passover has all the elements of a block-rocking holiday: music, culture, call and response, a focus on "the youth,” food, and of course, intoxicants. The beats on this album are mostly very good, with frequently inspired moments like "3rd Cup” and the dubbed-up Matisyahu-voiced "Yahu. The best rap contributions expand on ideas specific to Passover and use them as metaphors for universal struggle. Even if The So Called Seder doesn’t hit a home run with every track, it should be a real conversation starter between kids and parents, which is the essence of Passover. Too bad he couldn’t get Snoop to rap about the consumption of bitter herbs, though.

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The Philadelphia-based Jewish educator has developed a Hip-Hop Haggadah, with four rap songs designed to draw young people into the holiday ritual. For Bar, there’s no better way to involve kids than through the rhythmic, rhyming recitation of rap. Rap, he said, has overtaken rock as the No. 1 most-listened-to music genre in America. It’s also particularly well suited to Passover. The seder ritual, during which Jews sit down at a table to tell the biblical story of Exodus, began to take shape in medieval times, taking the form of a thin book or pamphlet called a Haggadah with hymns and prayers that Jews take turns reciting. Through the years, Haggadah readings have added various liberation themes, whether it’s the civil rights or LGBTQ movements.

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1 Pesach Zeit
Featuring [Scratches] – P-LovePercussion [Snares, Hi-hat] – P.S. Bova*Rap – Teah*Trumpet – Susan Hoffman WattsTuba – Ron CaswellVocals – Katie Moore
2:41
2 1st Cup
Fiddle – Jonathan Moorman
2:23
3 Four Questions 2:49
4 L.M.P.G
Featuring [Rap] – Teah*Featuring [Vocals] – Katie Moore
4:30
5 The 10 Plagues
Featuring – Bless Featuring [Rap] – Killah PriestRecorded By [Bless] – Cristobal UrbinaTuba – Ron CaswellWritten-By [Chorus] – Ego
3:43
6 Dayenu
Drums – Elaine Hoffman WattsFeaturing – Elaine Hoffman WattsFeaturing [Flute] – Paul ShapiroPercussion [Snares, Hi-hat] – P.S. Bova*
2:43
7 2nd Cup: Bless The Wine
Featuring – Bless , Susan Hoffman WattsRecorded By [Bless] – Cristobal UrbinaTrumpet – Susan Hoffman Watts
5:02
8 Who Knows One?
Featuring – David Krakauer, Pete SokolovPercussion – Ganesh AnandanTuba – Ron Caswell
4:09
9 3rd Cup: Yahu
Effects [Echoplex] – P.S. Bova*Featuring – Trevor DunnFeaturing [Vocals] – MatisyahuFiddle – Jonathan Moorman
3:59
10 To The Red Sea Interlude 1:01
11 The Miriam Drum Song (Chad Gadya)
Edited By [Additional] – Sean "Evening" Kosa*Featuring [Percussion] – Ganesh AnandanFiddle – Jonathan MoormanTrumpet – Susan Hoffman WattsTuba – Ron Caswell
4:09
12 Passout For Passover 2:18

Credits

  • Artwork By [Package Design By] – FRESH, So Called, [2 To 5]
  • Edited By – Larry "Pan Scan" Kerr*, P.S. "Echoplex" Bova*, So Called*
  • Engineer [Mixing] – Larry "Pan Scan" Kerr*
  • Executive Producer – Aaron Bisman
  • Mastered By – Jay Franco
  • Mixed By – Larry Kerr, So Called*
  • Songwriter, Producer – So Called*

Notes

Recorded at Bova Sound in Ottawa, Concordia University in Montréal, David Merrill's apartment in Brooklyn, Planet 2 Planet in New York City, The Treatment room in Montréal.

"No accordions were harmed in the recording of the album"
℗ and © JDub Music Inc. 2005

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