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  • proper n. A diminutive of the male given name Shlomo


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  • Incidentally, the novelist was born Solomon, "known as Shloime or Shloimke and later as Saul," in Atlas's words, and his uncles later "added an -s to their surname, modeling themselves after Charlie Bellows, a well-known Chicago criminal lawyer who had once been the Bellows' neighbor. RIP SAUL BELLOW.

  • It's certainly not a typical song the beat can grab you and the vocals are cute with Shloime and Pruz bending notes with electric tinges added to their vocals for effect.

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  • Hudi Greenber and Avi Stewart both solo and Shloime I believe joins in too on this ballad.

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  • A (Yeshivish) rock tune starts of with a nice choir and moves into vocals by Shloime belting out the title of the song.

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  • Labels: A Time, jewish music, jewish music reviews, Shloime Kaufman

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