With the release of his debut album Ata Imadi, Dovid Lowy has made his very first entry into the world of Jewish music. Lowy’s rich vocals are smooth, grabbing the listener’s attention from the album’s opening notes. A guitar player who often sings at weddings and kumzitzes, Lowy is also a rebbe at Aish Hatorah in Jerusalem, who grew up surrounded by Jewish music. His lifelong love of the genre is evident in the varied mix of songs on his all new album featuring seven original compositions as well contributions from Eli Klein and the Abie Rotenberg. With arrangements by Jeff Horvich, Eli Klein, Yitz Berry and Eli Woznika, choirs and backup vocals by Ari Goldwag and duets with both Abie Rotenberg and Yosef Karduner, Ata Imadi features the talent of some of the biggest names in the orthodox Jewish music industry.
The album is a potpourri of musical styles with ten all new songs, ranging from funky upbeat compositions to Carlebach type tracks, all of which are meant to uplift the listener. “The common denominator among the songs is that they are all meaningful,” said Lowy. “I like to spread inspiration and I hope to be able to do that through music.”
Ata Imadi is now available in stores and distributed by Aderet Music and available online at www.mostlymusic.com