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Har Adonai ‘A Joyous Noise’ : Casts positivities for the following and invitation for all for ascribe.

Har Adonai

“Har Adonai used to be called The Pit That Became a Tower, and under that name I’ve had the privilege of working with some awesome people. We released a couple of albums, played a few shows and festivals,” said Har Adonai. “And Ha Adonai is Hebrew for “Mountain of the Lord”. It’s a reference both to Mount Zion, which stands across the valley from my home in Jerusalem, and to the concept of holiness.”

Adam Lee Rosenfeld is Har Adonai, and in a bluegrass vibe, the “old-timey” original, casts positivities for the following and invitation for all for ascribe.

‘A Joyous Noise’ was produced with the help of Justin Pizzoferrato (Dinosaur Jr., Sebadoh, The Pixies) and Benjamin Esterlis (Morphlexis).

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