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Joshua Nelson, a proud African-American-Jew, explains how he fuses the soul music he loved as a boy with the sometimes dreary liturgical songs of his Jewish faith. He sure can spice up a service, just have a listen to the music he makes.
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HOST INTRO: It may not seem like a perfect fit - soulful gospel music and Jewish liturgy, thats right, I said Jewish. But Joshua Nelson, a proud African-American-Jew, makes beautiful music combining the soul music he loved as a boy with the sometimes dreary liturgical songs of his life-long religion, Judaism. His unique experience can teach us all something. And ... let me tell you, he sure can spice up a service. Just have a listen to his music and this piece, produced by Alex Goldmark.
HOST BACK ANNOUNCE: You heard music from Joshua Nelson's CD Mi Chamocha (me ha-MOH-ka). You can buy it and other music at joshuanelson dot com. That story was produced by Alex Goldmark.