Look At Me - Noa (Achinoam Nini)
Song: Look at Me (feat. Gil Dor), 2019 Artist: Noa credits: Lyrics & Vocals: Noa (Achinoam Nini) Guitar & Arrangement: Gil Dor Director & Producer: Maya Smira Cinematographer: Eitan Sarid Drone: Ariel Zukerman Editor: Jenny Danilenko Camera Assistant: Nevo Shirazi Production: Inbar Shapira, Shay Hajaj Still Photographer: Nahum Leder Make Up: Chen Avraham Hair: Tal Dadon Colorist: Yoni Passy Check out : www.facebook.com/AchinoamNini/events/ for upcoming concerts.
Achinoam Nini (Noa) - No Baby - אחינועם ניני - נו בייבי
Achinoam Nini (Noa) - No Baby - אחינועם ניני - נו בייבי Stream/Download : https://noa.ffm.to/letterstobach Subscribe : http://bit.ly/Noa-YT Created by: Guy Hirsch Music: JSBach Lyrics: NOA Arranged by: Gil Dor Noa : Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/AchinoamNini/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/noasmusic Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/noa_nini
Noa - Democracy will rock you
Lyrics next .. Dear friends, For the past several weeks, Gil and I have been very deeply involved in the growing protest movement in Israel. Actually, we have been doing this for 25 years, but now, we are joined by tens of thousands of caring responsible Israeli citizens, passionately and nonviolently demonstrating to save our country. Many have asked, what are you demonstrating against? The answer is: We are calling Netanyahu to resign, he has been accused of fraud, corruption and breach of trust and must step down and stand trial. Meanwhile, he is doing everything in his power to avoid taking responsibility for his actions, and in the process he is tearing Israel apart, attacking her democratic institutions, inciting against her own citizens (anyone misaligned with his agenda is a traitor), sowing hatred and fear, poisoning her with racism and lies, and deteriorating her to a horrible pit of dark violence. This has been going on for years, but the destructive mismanagement of the Corona crisis, infected with political interests and charlatanism, has hit Israeli’s like a slap in the face and woken them us, so now tens of thousands are in Jerusalem and on the bridges, every weekend. And it’s growing. Gil and I have written lyrics to Queen’s “we will rock you”, and created a video that will show you what we are experiencing here in Israel. The video was made by my dear friend Mosh Ben Bassat, who served with me in the army, an incredibly talented video editor. We advertised on FB, asking for footage, and received tons of amazing images, given to us lovingly by citizens of Israel who have documented this historical moment on their cameras and phones. I have no idea where all this is going… it is clear that the hardest work is still ahead of us, politically, socially, economically. This is a struggle for the very soul of this country and it will be a long hard road. I know many of you feel deeply for Israel, it is a unique place, holy to many, fascinating to others, charged with emotion....so I suppose, in many ways, this struggle is yours, too. One thing is for sure: staying still and silent is not an option. Be well. -------------- Democracy will Rock you Based on We will Rock You by Queen new lyrics by Noa and Gil Dor What is democracy? Majority rule? That’s only part! But it’s what we learn in school There’s Equal rights and opportunities, so nobody falls, Honesty and liberty and justice for all! Democracy! The haters say our protest is driven by hate! Well, it’s not! It’s simple logic that was dished out by the state Go defend yourself, you’ve been accused of crime! And if you’re guilty, like all of us, you go and serve your time! Democracy! So now you’re hiding your face, you’ve closed the gate, But I remember that night, when you incited to hate, We fought and we sacrificed for peace, but lived through it! Now you’re killing our dream, and we won’t let you do it! Democracy! We’re sick of the lies, the incitement and hate The racism, fearmongering, and routes of escape Citizens of Israel, Arabs and Jews, we come in love, and it’s LIFE we choose! Democracy! (from original song) Buddy, you're an old man, poor man Pleading with your eyes, gonna make you some peace someday You got blood on your face, you big disgrace somebody better put you back in your place!
Achinoam Nini (Noa) - Legal Tender-ness (Hebrew version with English subtitles)
Soon after the beginning of the Corona Virus crisis, David Grossman published an article in the weekend supplement of “Haaretz”. I read the article with bated breath. It touched the deepest places in my soul and evoked strong and conflicting emotions. I was haunted by it. After some time, I got the idea of trying to turn the article into a song. The result is before you. It is all homemade. I wrote the lyrics, using quotes from the article, and the music, on my old upright Steinway. The recording and video are all modestly homemade, assisted by good friends. We have added English subtitles to the video, a direct translation I did of the text. I hope to record an English version, or rather, adaptation, soon. I’ll keep you posted on that. (translating Grossman’s beautiful words into rhyme was a challenge I enjoyed greatly). Huge thanks to David Grossman, who agreed to the idea, and was an enthusiastic, exacting and passionate collaborator. What an honor to work with him. Warmest thanks to Gil Dor for tweaking and recording the song, to Guy Joffe for mixing it, and to Eli Katz, Maya Smira and Shali Baharon for helping me with the video. Let me know your thoughts… --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Legal Tender-Ness (direct translation) Did you read what he wrote? He asked me quietly Yes: that we’re all one contagious human tissue…. And what did you think? Truthfully? Pretty scary... But what he writes, I read also with my heart…. There will be those who refuse to return to their former lives To work-places that oppressed and strangled them, for years. They’ll come out of closets, come out of God, leave their partners… Decide to bring, our not to bring, a child into the world… And possibly, delightful signs of innocence will be revealed in them... And tenderness, maybe tenderness, all of a sudden, And tenderness, all of a sudden, May become, legal tender. The truth is, we talk about it a lot, you and I. How the children are growing, and we keep running, and soon, this house will be empty… And our beloved parents, who won’t be here forever... It’s hard to think, and even harder to say … There will be those who for the first time, question choices they made, compromises, missed opportunities, the life they never dared to live... They will doubt their surrender to fear… And whether war truly is heaven’s decree? And possibly, delightful signs of innocence will be revealed in them... And tenderness, maybe tenderness, all of a sudden, And tenderness, all of a sudden, May become, legal tender. There will be those who ask, how in a world as rich as ours, The gaps between one man and another remain so immense? And how is it that not every baby is given a fair chance? And nature strains under the yolk of consumerism? All of these questions, better to ask today In tenderness, maybe in tenderness, all of a sudden, And delightful signs of innocence may be revealed in us... And tenderness, maybe tenderness, all of a sudden, And tenderness, all of a sudden, May become, legal tender. Tender, What a word Tender... Tend to her Lend her.. A second chance… A new way…. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Credits: "Legal Tender-ness" Lyrics, Music, Arrangement and Performance: Achinoam Nini (Noa) With quotes from an article by David Grossman published in Haaretz on March 20, 2020 Produced and Recorded: Gil Dor Mix: Guy Yaffe Video: Photographed and Directed by Achinoam Nini (Noa) and Eli Katz Edited: Maya Smira Additional editing: Shali Boharon
Noa (Achinoam Nini) - You - Tu ... waltz for Joaquin Sabina (Live)
Waltz for Joaquín and noa... Live in Tel Aviv From the album "love medicine" june 2014 Music: Noa Lyrics: Noa and Joaquín Sabina Arrangement: Gil Dor Video: Naama Axelrod - axelrodfilms.com Gil Dor - guitar, Gadi Seri - percussion, Adam Ben-Ezra - clarinet, Chen Shenhar - Violin, Nitzan Kaneti - Violin, Gili Radyan-Sadeh- Viola, Avigail Arad - Cello
Noa & the JSO - Boi Kala (Come O Bride) בואי כלה
Almost twenty years after Rachel and Leah (1993), Achinoam Nini returns to the Israel Festival, together with her musical partner Gil Dor, in a premier performance marking the release of her exciting new album, based entirely on renditions of Israeli classics. The performance includes Bereshit, Yesh ey-sham, Makom le-de'aga, Zecharia Rachel, Hayu leilot and many other well-known titles. The arranger and composer Ilan Mochiach is the musical director of the concert, which is accompanied by the Jerusalem Symphony Orchestra. Achinoam Nini, better known by her international stage name Noa, is one of the best-known Israeli singers in the world. Nini has collaborated and performed with leading names, including Sting, Stevie Wonder, Carlos Santana, Al Di Meola, Annie Lennox, Mercedes Sosa, and many others. She also gained fame when she performed before Pope John Paul II. Achinoam Nini comments: "For many years, I only performed Israeli 'classics' very rarely. Now, after eight original albums and countless performances in Israel and around the world, I feel happy, confident, and ready to take on this new challenge. Gil Dor and I have chosen some of the beautiful and moving songs that have influenced us over the course of our own lives." You can find this song on Noa's following albums: - "Noa Live"- DVD/Double CD with Solis Quartet October released in 2005 by NMC (Israel)/Universal (Spain) - "First Collection" released in March 2001 by NMC (Israel) - "Achinoam Nini & the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra released in April 1998 by NMC (Israel) - "Achinoam Nini and Gil Dor" released in September 1993 by NMC (Israel). Lyrics: Leah Goldberg Music: Nini / Dor Transliteration: Kirvati kekirvat hayam, Gazlu et shnati, Nishmat apech nashvah min hayam, Vatachdor meluchah, El beiti. Vegalim bedachyam, Olim bevichyam, Limromei ahavati, Boi kala. Beyare'ach adom mul hayam, Mefakeh damech. Beyare'ach adom mul hayam, Dami vedamech. Vegalim bedachyam, Zo'akim bevichyam, Et shmech, et shmech, et shmech, Boi kala. Eich esgor et chaloni, Ukrovah hasufah ? Eich esgor et chaloni, Ve'at yechefah ? Eich esgor et chaloni, Vehayam kara ? Eich esgor et chaloni, Ve'at erah ? Vehao'ach milev haleil, Et shnati kara ? Boi kala. Translation by Noa: The nearness of the sea and you Obliterates all hopes of rest Your salty breath has blown over the sea To penetrate my breast The rising of my love Is like the waves at tide... Come, my bride In a red moon over sea Your blood is burning In a red moon I can see Our blood is turning The rising tide Will call and cry Your name, your name in yearning Come, my bride Come my bride... How can I close the window When the storm is near? How can I close my window When your feet are bare? How can I close my window When the ocean weeps How can I, knowing you're Awake somewhere... The owl shattered my sleep When in the night he cried, Come, my bride English lyrics are free translations by Noa More about Noa: www.noasmusic.com