Rebbe Soul - Change The World With A Sound album
Album · 2012 · 10 Songs. 10 Songs, 29 Minutes. Released: 12 Jun 2012. 2012 Red Cord Records. More By From The Eyes of Servants.
Change the World is a song by American alternative metal band . It was released in February 2004 as the second single from their third major label studio album, Payable on Death. Vocalist Sonny Sandoval described the track as a "good-feeling song" and explained simply that "the song says you can change the world with love. It speaks for itself. The video for "Change the World" was directed by Marc Webb, who also directed . s previous three videos.
The Rebbe taught the melody on Simchat Torah, 1958. He explained that the story of Shamil's imprisonment is a metaphor for the soul as it descends to this world and is clothed in a human body. The body is the soul's "prison cell," and the soul constantly longs for its heavenly home. It strives to free itself from its exile in the human body, with its earthly desires, by directing the body to follow G‑d's teachings and mitzvot. The Rebbe explained that at first one beseeches G‑d with a broken heart. As the melody continues, and the individual feels that his heart is broken, he is then filled with faith that G‑d will do what is best for him, and he becomes joyous. And when we are 'broken hearted,'" the Rebbe concluded, "we will certainly be answered by G‑.
It gave the world a new production mogul in Dr Dre, and gave voice to the frustrations that flared up into the LA riots in 1992. As befits an album boasting a song called 'Fuck tha Police', attention from the FBI, the Parents' Music Resource Centre and our own Metropolitan Police's Obscene Publications Squad sealed its notoriety. no Eminem, no 50 Cent, no Dizzee Rascal. The King's first album was also the first example of how to cash in on a teenage craze. Its main men Nile Rodgers and Bernard Edwards patented a sound on their 1977 debut that was influential on bands from Duran Duran to Orange Juice. They also created a hit-making formula that mixed dance beats with monster hooks.
The Rebbe steered the conversation to the topic of education-a topic of incredible importance to the Rebbe. He pressed Kennedy about the government finding a way to provide financial aid to alleviate the burden on families sending their children to private and parochial schools. Kennedy began explaining his lack of support with a caveat about his own family. You know I’m a Catholic, he told the Rebbe.
5) Michael Franti and Spearhead – Bomb the World With a sound that blends hip-hop, reggae, and rock, Michael Franti and Spearhead’s Bomb the World is a protest against the war and militarism that has encompassed the world post 9/11. As they say in their song, We can bomb the world to pieces, but we can’t bomb it into peace. 7) Nabil and Karim – Spiritual Revolutionary Canadian hip-hop group Nabil and Karim use a synergistic blend of soul soothing melodic passages and electrically charged rap sequences to inspire hope and positivity. Spiritual Revolutionary calls on the young changemakers of the world to spend some time in reflection and realize that the power to change the world is in their hands. They released their debut album, Change the World, in 2013 and are currently working on a 2nd album.
I want to change the world Kaze wo kakenukete nanimo osorezu ni Ima yuuki to egao no kakera daite Change my mind Jounetsu tayasazu ni takanaru mirai e Te wo nobaseba kagayakeru hazu sa It's wonderland. Hai-iro no sora no kanata nanika oite kita Kimi wa mayoi nagara Sagashi-tsudzukeru Kimi no kokoro furuete'ta asu no mienai yo Nanimo shinjirarezu mimi wo fusagu Kimi ni deaeta toki hontou no ibasho mitsuketa Nanigenai yasashisa ga koko ni atte Bokura mezameru. I want to change the world Kono te hanasazu ni mimamoru hitomi wo Uketometara nandatte dekiru hazu Change my mind Hitori ni sasenai minna koko ni iru Donna koto mo tsukinukete ikou It's wonderland.
You're so conceited, I said "I love you" What does it matter if I lie to you? I don't regret it but I'm glad that we're through So don't you tell me that you "Just don't get it" 'Cause I know you do. And I know when you're around 'cause I know the sound I know the sound, of your heart Well I know when you're around 'cause I know the sound I know the sound, of your heart
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Voice [Fireside Chat] – Mary Holmes
|2||Tzamah L'cha Nafshi = צמאה לך נפשי
Arranged By – RebbeSoul*Featuring – Lynn Rose, Prophet X Lyrics By – King David , TraditionalLyrics By [Additional Lyrics] – Prophet X Music By – Lubavitch Melody*
|3||Kaddish = קדיש
Voice [Prayer] – David HerzbergWritten-By – RebbeSoul*
|4||Rock Of Ages = מעוז צור
Arranged By – RebbeSoul*Featuring – Lena KWritten-By – Traditional
|5||Shalom = שלום
Featuring – Darwin Johnson, Lena K, Lynn RoseWritten-By – RebbeSoul*
|6||Esa Enai = אשא עיני
Arranged By – RebbeSoul*Featuring – Neshama Carlebach, Prophet X , Ronen HelmannLyrics By [Additional Lyrics] – Prophet X Recorded By [Neshama's Vocal] – David Morgan, Matt SeitzWritten-By – King David , Reb Shlomo Carlebach*
|7||Shmelke's Nigun = שצעלקאס ניגון
Arranged By – RebbeSoul*Featuring [On Pstrawp] – Max BranskyWritten-By – Reb Shmuel Brazil*
|8||Kol Dodi = קול דודי
Arranged By – RebbeSoul*Featuring – Cyrise Beatty, Lena KWritten-By – Traditional
|9||Qaafilah = قافلة
Arranged By – RebbeSoul*Written-By – Nabil Azzam, RebbeSoul*, Richard Hardy
|10||Eliyahu = אליהו
Ensemble – Common TongueFeaturing – Lynn RoseWritten-By – RebbeSoul*
|11||Reincarnation Of A Melody = א גילגול פון א ניגוך
Arranged By – RebbeSoul*Read By – Reb Zalman Schachter-Shalomi*Written-By – I.L. Peretz*
|12||Avinu = אבינו
Arranged By – RebbeSoul*Written-By – Traditional
- Distributed By – Bayside Entertainment Distribution
- Manufactured By – 33rd Street Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – RebbeSoul Music
- Copyright (c) – RebbeSoul Music
- Published By – RebbeSoul Music
- Recorded At – Apparatus, Los Angeles
- Recorded At – Skyline Studios, Oakland
- Recorded At – Burgermeister Productions
- Mastered At – S.D.L. Editing
- Mastered At – Cinema Factory
- Artwork – Ilana Rudnitsky
- Bass – Darwin Johnson (tracks: 2, 5, 7), Deep Den (tracks: 8)
- Drums – Chris Miller (tracks: 8), Paul Allen (tracks: 7)
- Flute – Paul Kimmel (tracks: 11), Richard Hardy (tracks: 9)
- Keyboards – Steve Carter (tracks: 2, 4 to 8, 10, 12), Tio Banks (tracks: 7)
- Mastered By – Amit Golan, Talli Cuts*
- Percussion – Cassio Duarte (tracks: 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, 10), John Walker (tracks: 12), Tim Bolling (tracks: 3, 6, 12)
- Photography By [Cover Photo] – Linda Yelnik
- Photography By [Traycard Photo] – Daryl Temkin
- Producer – Bruce Burger
- Recorded By – Alan Phulps, Benji Farquar*, Daniel Molloy, Michael Rosen , RebbeSoul*, Steve Carter
- Recorded By, Programmed By [Programming] – Paul Carlsen
- Saxophone [Zafun] – Richard Hardy (tracks: 9)
- Violin – Nabil Azzam (tracks: 9)
- Vocals, Balalaika, Mandolin, Guitar, Bass, Keyboards, Percussion, Programmed By, Sampler [Sampling] – RebbeSoul*
NotesRecording and programming at Apparatus in LA by Paul Carlsen with RebbeSoul
Recording at Skyline Studios in Oakland by Benji Farquar, Michael Rosen, Steve Carter, RebbeSoul, Daniel Molloy and Alan Philips.
Recording and programming by RebbeSoul at Burgermeister Productions, San Francisco
Recording by David Morgan and Matt Seitz for Neshama's vocal in New York
Remote recordings by RebbeSoul on location in Egypt, Israel and the U.S.
Mastering by Amit Golan (Dr. Golan) and Tali Cuts on S.D.L at Cinema Factory, Tel-Aviv
Cover Photo by Linda Yelnik at B'nai Horin Tashlich ceremony in Malibu, CA
C & P 2003, 2005 RebbeSoul Music
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 8 0640333142 6
- Matrix / Runout: HSV 28609
- Rights Society: BMI