Desert Wolf

August 9, 2023 by Lazer Brody - Leave a Comment

I was alone in the Negev Desert, a prime place for personal prayer. I was facing a hill. Upon it was a majestic creature, an Israeli desert wolf (Canis Lupus Arabus). The didn't budge; it just gazed at me calmly. Suddenly, it gave a proud howl that echoed across the desert. It inspired this… [Read more...]

The Song of Shilo

July 28, 2023 by Lazer Brody - Leave a Comment

Wherever I go here in my cherished homeland, be it the desert, the seacoast or the field, I sense a different melody. Strangely, if I'm playing a beautifully crafted Native American flute, nothing happens. But if I take a simple Land-of-Israel reed flute, it plays by itself. Here's the melody that… [Read more...]

Etz Chaim: A Tree of Life

June 27, 2023 by Lazer Brody - Leave a Comment

Here is an original melody that came to me under the starry sky of one beautiful Sabbath evening here in the south of Israel. This recording features Guy Tzvi Mintz on guitar and vocal with yours truly on Native Israel flutes and background vocal. I hope you enjoy it, for it's a piece of my soul… [Read more...]

Midnight Breeze

January 29, 2023 by Lazer Brody - Leave a Comment

Rebbe Nachman of Breslev lauds the virtue of personal prayer, especially at night and away from the beaten path. He says that when a person speaks to the Creator in his or her own words, all of creation joins in. I took my flute at midnight to a hill in Judea and here's what came… [Read more...]

Song of the Eagle

January 23, 2023 by Lazer Brody - Leave a Comment

Music for me is a form of prayer. Where the words end, a melody from deep down begins. This is the song of the soul. Sometimes, souls are tongue-tied, like one day when I was really down on myself. Escaping to the desert, I grabbed a backpack with nothing more than a bottle of water and a flute.… [Read more...]

Calming Waters

January 15, 2023 by Lazer Brody - Leave a Comment

Once, I was under enormous stress. I needed first aid, so I took a flute and walked to a secluded beach near Ashdod's ancient citadel. I put the flute to my mouth and this is what came out. Seven minutes later, I forgot all about the… [Read more...]

Rabbi Elazar Azkari: Yedid Nefesh

June 6, 2022 by Lazer Brody - Leave a Comment

Rabbi Lazer takes us to the holy city of Tzfat. Here, we visit the gravesite of the famed scholar, Kabbalist and poet Rabbi Elazar Azkari (1533-1600). He composed the beautiful melody Yedid Nefesh ("friend of the soul"), which we all sing on Shabbat. We include in this clip the original Hebrew… [Read more...]

From Hard Rock to Chassidic Roll

February 22, 2022 by Lazer Brody - Leave a Comment

Here's one of the greatest comeback stories ever. A headbanger deep into drugs, booze and heavy metal morphs into a pious Torah scholar and a master artisan, the world's only Chassidic luthier. Meet the amazing Z.Z. Ludwick, who we nicknamed the Chassidic… [Read more...]

Neshama Come Home

December 29, 2021 by Lazer Brody - Leave a Comment

Here's a taste of what sweet singer David Dome and I did to an old Irish ballad by the name of "Wild Mountain Thyme." Emunized, it's now "Neshama, Come Home". Enjoy it and have a lovely… [Read more...]

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