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Israeli Culture of the 60s, 70s and 80s

Lot Number 84

Vinyl LP – Shivim Shmonim – Shmulik Kraus, Josie Katz, Arik Einstein and others, 1981

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Lot Number 84

Vinyl LP – Shivim Shmonim – Shmulik Kraus, Josie Katz, Arik Einstein and others, 1981

The album Shivim Shmonim (70s-80s), released in 1981 featured previously unreleased material by Israeli 70's cult band Kef HaTikva HaTova (a drug-related pun based on Cape of Good Hope), and other recording by band members and their musical associates.
Kef HaTikva HaTova was formed in 1970. The line-up featured Josie Katz, formerly of HaChalonot HaGvohim, Chanan Yovel, formerly of HaShlosharim, Zohar Levi and Eli Magen - before they formed Aharit HaYamim - and guitar player Shlomo Mizrahi. After two years of rehearsals and recordings, the group disbanded - after it was joined by Shmulik Kraus - without ever performing or completing the album.
The LP includes the songs the band recorded, as well as songs performed by Josie Katz (Bat HaRav VeIma, Donna Donna), a Kraus-Katz duet (Shuv), and Arik Einstein singing the title track of the film Susetz, composed by Kraus, who also starred in the film.
Included the original double lyrics page.
The advertising poster for the release of the album is included in this auction, item 73.
VG- / G-. Ring wear to cover, slight tears and Cut-Out. Lyrics page slightly damaged with loss.

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