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October 5, 2011

Lamb's Messianic Music Goes Digital

The messianic Jewish duo from the 1970s re-releases its 12 albums for download

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Those who experienced the Jesus Movement of the early 1970s will no doubt remember Lamb, the messianic Jewish music duo of Joel Chernoff and Rick “Levi” Coghill. Messianic worship record label Galilee of the Nations is releasing Lamb’s entire musical catalog of 12 records via digital download from iTunes, Amazon mp3, Napster, Rhapsody, CD Baby and other online digital music stores.

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Okay, that's fine. Now where's the messianic Jewish music of today?

Paul Wilbur brings us messianic Jewish music today.

Lots of great modern Messianic music: Joel Chernoff, Jonathan Settel, Paul Wilbur, Karen Davis, lots of stuff from Galilee of the Nations, Levite, Steve McConnel, Kol Simcha, etc. etc. Google is your friend.

Don't forget that there is good Jewish music out there too that is not "Messianic", like Shlomo Carlebach for example. Awesome stuff.

Not to forget Joshua James.

Joel Chernoff, Jonathan Settel, Paul Wilbur, Karen Davis, lots of stuff from Galilee of the Nations, Levite, Steve McConnel, Kol Simcha, etc. etc.

why do fellow Christians [especially] have to post against the point of some opening posts [happens in various places..
what prompts that?

ok, obviously some of you may be younger, and not remember lamb, or appreciate Lamb...but why do you have to imply there is better - i.e. that which is 'more modern'?

I listen to Messianic music - but the sound of Lamb has not been reproduced
younger people should check it out

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