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Here is the full audio of our interview with Peter DeFazio
- Artist: Erran Baron Cohen
- Title: Ocho Kandalikas (feat. Yasmin Levy)
- Album: Erran Baron Cohen Presents: Songs In the Key of Hanukkah
- Year: 2008
- Length: 5:01 minutes (4.71 MB)
- Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)
Hey Eugene Weekly readers! Just wanted to give a little first-night-of-Hanukkah gift to y'all. I bought the fantastic Songs in the Key of Hanukkah album last year (yeah, that's created by Borat's little brother, Erran Baron Cohen), and here's one of my fave songs off of the album (which only contains ONE version of the Dreidel Song, and it's not a bad version, either).
It's a version of Flory Jagoda's Ladino song Ocho Kandelikas, performed by Baron Cohen and Yasmin Levy (and other musicians). So, Chanukkah Sameach from all of us at the EW!
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The Knife â€¢ Marble House
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