Music

Unwind Rewind season 2 episode 2 ‘The Love Below’ takeover by Nathan Ambach

1 Chaka Khan Like Sugar
2 Aretha Franklin Muddy Water
3 Ray Charles Shake your tailfeather
4 Harry Connick Jr Nowhere with love
5 Tony Bennett Steppin out with my baby
6 Al Green Love and happiness
7 Michael Franks Living on the inside
8 Chris Stapleton Tennessee Whiskey
9 Kali Uchis After the Storm
10 Luke James Drip
11 Johnny Balik Honey
12 Thundercat Them changes
13 Prince Strange relationship
14 Huey Lewis & the news Power of love

Music

My radio show Unwind Rewind episode 26 Yoga & Deejay Divine. Special guest Nicki Forman.

Tune in to an episode dedicated to breathing and connecting to our inner self. Special guest Nicki Forman. We talk about yoga as a way of connecting and creating self awareness. We play mantras of protection, our past, our inner child and healing. We share songs we like that bring us peace and quiet. We unwind and rewind together and try to shift from our workload of doing into the here & now, being in the moment. And enjoying every second of it.
More info on Nicki: https://aruna.yoga/

1 Jai Jagdeesh Aad Guray Nameh Mantra
2 Hem Pacific Street
3 The Beatles Across The Universe
4 Fatoumata Diawara Wilile
5 Jasper Steverlinck Thats Not How Dreams Are Made
6 Omkara Om Nama Shivaya Mantra
7 Eva Cassidy Fields of Gold
8 Yoga Kundalini Mantra
9 Leonard Cohen Come Healing
10 The Eagles Wish you peace
11 Omkara Remember Mantra

 

Restaurants · Tel Aviv · Travel guide

Cafe Europa

Last week Café Europa celebrated its first anniversary. And it sure has been a good year for the restaurant. Ever since its opening, Cafe Europa became one of the hottest spots in Tel Aviv. An outdoor restaurant. With a bar on the first floor and a terrace.  And a great authentic atmosphere. The restaurant is located on Rothschild Boulevard, meaning you can easily walk around and discover the area before and after. I go there very often both with family, friends and with groups for work.

The menu has a few cute small sharing dishes and an Israeli-inspired variation of fish, meat and veggie main courses. I always go for my favorite: the lamb tortellini. The place offers special cocktails and has an interesting wine menu, including some of Israel’s finest boutique wines (try the Kerem Shvo and don’t bother taking a glass only; go for the bottle).

The celebrations went on all week and ended with a special live act on Friday night by a local band called Boom Pam. Boom Pam define themselves as “a Mediterranean surf rock tuba drive power trio, seasoned with dueling guitars and alcohol soaked wedding party ecstasy.” I felt like I was in a Tarantino movie Middle-Eastern style. Everybody was dancing, or maybe not everybody and it was more those chasers (half shots) working their magic. After the gig, we kept on dancing on Dror’s vinyl mixes, a nostalgic tribute to the Fifties, a lot of laughing and dancing, and drinking, and laughing, and dancing the twist….

 

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