Music

Unwind Rewind season 2 episode 18 ‘Wanderlust’

Today we wander and we wonder… We praise the radio as it was international radio day and we praise LOVE as it was Valentines day… We praise Grammy winners and we praise the past as it was international nostalgia day….

1 Bob Dylan Like a Rolling Stone
2 Buddy Guy Blue No More ft. James Bay
3 The Goldman Brothers Oh My
4 Matti Caspi Binyamina Days
5 Shlomo Artzi Yareach (Moon)
6 The Beatles Here There and Everywhere
7 Harry Nilsson Turn On Your Radio 
8 The Rolling Stones Shes A Rainbow
9 Kacey Musgraves Rainbow
10 Bradley Cooper Maybe Its Time (soundtrack A star is born)
11 Punch Brothers Like Its Going Out of Style
12 St Vincent New York
13 Ryan Adams Call me on your way back home
14 Damien Rice Cannonball
15 The Milk Carton Kids All The Things…
Music

Unwind Rewind season 2 episode 8 ‘There’s a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in’

Opening today’s episode with worries, loneliness and darkness … and then, we head towards light, love & miracles. Happy Hanukkah dear friends…. Musically yours, Marilyn


1 The Angelcy I Worry
2 Jim Croce Operator
3 Simon & Garfunkel Sound of silence
4 Amy Winehouse Back to black
5 Alex Clare Three Hearts
6 Carla Bruni Moon river (cover)
7 dEUS Instant Street
8 Avishai Cohen Shir Preda/New Love
9 The Sixteenth lamb Ani Ohev (I love)
10 The Beatles While my guitar gently weeps
11 Jono McCleery Darkest Light
12 Queen Miracle
13 Leonard Cohen Anthem (Live)

Music

Unwind Rewind season 2 episode 7 Ode to Adolescence part 2

1 Santana She’s not there
2 Jim Croce Photographs And Memories
3 Dan Auerbach King Of A One Horse Town
4 Michael Kiwanuka I Need Your Company
5 Inara George Release Me
6 Stephen Stills Treetop Flyer
7 Lambchop This Corrosion
8 Eels That Look You Give That Guy 1
9 Bright Eyes The First Day Of My Life
10 The Guess Who Share the Land
11 Paul Mc Cartney Pipes of Peace
12 The Beatles Blackbird
13 Aperco Loving You

Music

Unwind Rewind season 2 episode 5 Pointless Nostalgic & Hopeless Romantic: a tribute to our adolescence years…

1 Elton John Tiny Dancer
2 Michel Berger La groupie du pianiste
3 Francis Cabrel Petite Marie
4 Jim Croce These Dreams
5 Tracy Chapman Don’t dwell
6 Harry Connick Jr It had to be you
7 Blue Blot No no no
8 Tony Joe White For ol’ times sake
9 Leonard Cohen Almost like the blues
10 Milk Carton Kids Wish you were Here
11 Simon & Garfunkel Mrs Robinson (live in Central Park)
12 Lior Daniel
13 The Angelcy Dreamer
14 Crosby, Stills & Nash Cathedral

Music

Unwind Rewind season 2 episode 1 ‘Here there & everywhere’ with special guest Tomer Molvidzon

Unwind Rewind, Marilyn Ambach’s radioshow & podcast is finally back for a second season… Tune in to a 2-hour opening episode with her musical soulmate & radio muse, 88fm’s radio host & music editor, special guest Tomer Molvidzon…

1 Billy Joel The Stranger
2 José Feliciano Here There And Everywhere
3 Deep Purple Sometimes I Feel Like Screaming (Live)
4 Leonard Cohen Tower of song (Live)
5 The Band ft Mavis Staples The weight
6 Allman Brothers Please Call Home
7 Chris Stapleton Either Way
8 Dan Fogelberg Same old lang Syne
9 Jasper Steverlinck That’s not how dreams are made
10 BB King Thrill is gone
11 Buddy Guy & BB King Stay around a little longer
12 Lazer Lloyd Broken Dreams
13 Aretha Franklin Good to me as I am to you
14 Eric Clapton Bell Bottom Blues
15 Michael Kiwanuka Cold little heart
16 George Michael They won’t go when I go
17 Little Feat live Jackson Browne Willin (from Roadies)

Music · radio

Marilyn Ambach’s radio show ‘Unwind Rewind’

for all season 2 episodes:

http://1062fm.co.il/en/category/music/unwind-rewind/

below you will find a total of 33 episodes with songlists. just click the player to listen. the last one is a 2 hour special closing episode of my first radio season // september 2017-2018. i’ll be back soon for season 2… stay tuned…

 

episode 33: ‘When the good guys will win, the bad guys will lose’

1 The Blues Brothers Funky Nassau
2 Joe Cocker Feeling allright
3 Sly & The Family Stone Everyday People
4 Sia Day Too Soon
5 The Tallest Man On Earth Rivers
6 Adi Madanes VeUlay ואולי
7 Madison Cunningham Good Guys and the Villains
8 Tom Waits I Can’t Wait To Get Off Work (And See My Baby On Montgomery Avenue)
9 Rod Stewart Have I Told You Lately (Live Unplugged Version 2008)
10 Van Morrison Just like a Woman live 2004
11 Bob Dylan & Eric Clapton Don’t think twice it’s allright live
12 Bob Dylan & The Band I shall be released (from the Last Waltz)
13 Duane Allman & Aretha Franklin The weight
14 Otis Redding Hard To Handle
15 Allman Brothers Band Soulshine
16 Elton John Shine On Through
18 Ella Ronen I want love
19 Dawes Crack the Case
20 Ray Charles Imagine
21 James Bay Let It Go
22 Chris de Burgh Snows of New York
23 Nom de Plume Loneliness
24 Don McLean Crossroads
25 The Strokes Trying Your Luck
26 Ben Folds Five The Luckiest
27 Jasper Steverlinck Her’s to love
28 Eddie Vedder Guaranteed
29 Dino Soldo Sing to me Oh Inspiration
30 Leonard Cohen So Long, Marianne
Episode 32 ‘Let it go’ special guest my daughter Nellie

1 Don McLean Genesis
2 Gabi Shushan Bereshit
3 Assaf Amdursky Bereshit
4 Meir Ariel Can’t take my eyes off you
5 Don Mclean Jerusalem
6 Roy Orbison You Got It
7 Rufus Wainwright One Man Guy
8 Alessi Brothers Oh Lori
9 Steve Forbert Romeos Tune
10 Carole King Home again
11 Labi Siffre My song
12 Aretha Franklin Muddy Water
13 Ray Charles Twistin’ (Blues Brothers)
14 B.B. King The letter B (Sesame Street)
15 Idina Menzel Let it go (Frozen
16 Bill Withers Lovely Day

 

Episode 31 the Gemini Kind

1 Elton John Goodbye Yellow Brick Road
2 HaBanot Nechama So Far Lihiot (To Be)
3 The Alan Parsons Project Gemini
4 Nick Drake Pink Moon
5 Nom de Plume Coming close
6 Dan Hill Sometimes when we touch
7 Dire Straits Romeo and Juliet
8 Alessi Brothers Seabird
9 dEUS Nothing Really Ends
10 Jasper Steverlinck That’s not how dreams are made
11 Don Mc Lean Castles in the air
13 Jim Croce Operator
10 Amos Lee Arms Of A Woman
11 Norah Jones One Flight Down
14 George Harrison All Things Must Pass
15 The Beatles Something

Episode 30 ‘Mixed Feelings’ special guest Nathan Ambach aka N8n

 

Episode 29 ‘Musica del Alma’ Spanish music only today

Episode 28 ‘Broken… but on the mend’

Episode 27 Babylon, Zion & Jerusalem

Episode 26 Yoga & the divine deejay. Special guest Nicki Forman.

Episode 25 Hopes & Dreams

1 Todd Rundgren Hello Its Me
2 Catherine Zeta Jones Noah
3 Fiona Apple I Can’t Wait To Meet You
4 Sofie I love you
5 Sheryl Crow Strong Enough live
6 Oren Lavie Her Morning Elegance
7 David Clayton-Thomas Magnificient Sanctuary Band
8 Jamie Lidell Multiply
9 Bobby Hebb Sunny
10 First Aid Kit America (Cover)
11 America I Need You
12 E.L. Sanders Something to Smile About
13 Leonard Cohen A Street
14 The Weepies All That I Want
15 Jono Mccleery Darkest Light
16 Dawes Give me time
Episode 24 Bella Ciao

1 New Kids On The Block Tonight (Live 8/15/08)
2 Backstreet Boys I Want It That Way (Live From Dominion Theatre Lo
3 Boyz II Men The End Of The Road HD (Live)
4 Change The World MTV Unplugged Eric Clapton & Babyface
5 Ryan Adams Wonderwall (Glastonbury Festival 2015)
6 Dawes A Little Bit of Everything
7 4 Non Blondes Whats Up
8 Yaldey Hasade – ילדי השדה Noa
9 Tomer Yeshayahu Time machine Emek
10 Hayelala The Crater Song
11 theAngelcy I Worry
12 La casa de papel Bella Ciao
13 Leonard Cohen The Partisan
14 E.L. Sanders Always Winter
Episode 23 Happy 70th Birthday Israel

1 Kaveret Lamrot ha-Kol (In Spite Of Everything)
2 Gidi Gov Yesh Ei sham
3 Yitzhak Klepter Tzlil Mechuvan
4 Yehudit Ravitz Hayalda hachi yafa began
5 Arik Einstein Atur Mizrech
6 Navy choir Ma avarech
7 The high windows Hatishma Koli
8 Boaz Sharabi Chofshi vemeoushar
9 Hava Alberstein Lu Yehi
10 Matti Caspi There it Goes Again
11 Sheva Salam Shalom
12 David Broza Yihye Tov
13 Eviatar Banai Yesh Li Sikuy
14 Ora Sitner & Wannes Van de Velde Al Kol Eleh
15 Kaveret Nechmad
Episode 22 “This is us”

1 Labi Siffre Watch Me
2 Blind Faith Can’t Find My Way Home
3 Damien Jurado Over Rainbows and Rainier
4 Ray LaMontagne Such A Simple Thing
5 Meshell Ndegeocello Tender Love
6 Gotye Somebody that I used to know ft. Kimbra
7 Luiz Bonfá Seville
8 Growing Pains Theme Song As long as we got each   other – Theme song
9 Robin Thicke Dreamworld
10 N8n N8N – Sign Your Name
11 Mavis Staples Dedicated (or. Bon Iver)
12 Bettye LaVette Emotionally Yours
13 Jeff Buckley Mama youve been on my mind
14 Bob Dylan Mr. Bojangles
15 Leonard Cohen Famous Blue Raincoat [Live Nov 13, 2008; O2 Arena, London, England]
Episode 21 Pessach/Passover Edition “Freedom”

1 Louis Armstrong Go Down Moses
2 Elton John Border Song
3 Mamas Gun I Need A Win
4 Gilbert O’Sullivan Alone Again (Naturally)
5 Supertramp From Now On
6 Joe Jackson Be My Number Two
7 Jack Johnson Better Together
8 Joshua James Broken Tongue
9 My Morning Jacket Hopefully
10 John Fogerty & My Morning Jacket Long As I Can See The Light
11 Gerry Rafferty Whatevers Written In Your Heart
12 Paolo Nutini White Lies
13 Whitney Houston When You Believe (From The Prince Of Egypt)
14 Richie Havens Freedom
Episode 20 my father’s 70th birthday special “The leader of the band”


1 Francis And The Lights Morning
2 Dan Fogelberg Leader of the band
3 Johnny Cash and Rosie Nix Adams Father and daughter
4 James Taylor You’ve Got a Friend (Live)
5 Art Garfunkel & son James (Arthur Jr.) Devoted To You (Live)
6 Art Garfunkel I Believe (When I Fall In Love With You I Will Be
7 Paul Simon The Side of a Hill
8 Randy Newman Real Emotional Girl
9 Charles & Eddie Would I Lie To You
11 Solange Weary
12 Jordan Rakei Alright
13 Nick Hakim I Dont Know
14 Emily King Georgia
16 Norah Jones Don’t Know Why
17 Gregory Porter Be Good (Lions Song)
19 Michael Kiwanuka Any Day Will Do Fine
Episode 19 I can buy you

1 A Camp I Can Buy You
2 Zaz Je veux
3 Simon & Garfunkel Mrs. Robinson
4 Crosby Stills and Nash Crosby Stills and Nash   You dont have to cry
5 Itamar Haluts Winter Blues
6 Melanie Horsnell Beautiful Excuse
7 Buckshot LeFonque Another Day
8 The Low Anthem Charlie Darwin
9 Oren Asaf Hideouts
10 Big Thief Pretty Things
11 Anderson .Paak Celebrate
12 Jamie Lidell Multiply
13 Jamie Lidell Another Day
14 Mayer Hawthorne Just Aint Gonna Work Out (Official Video)
15 Dennis Lloyd Leftovers (Official Video)
16 Midlake Acts of Man
17 James Vincent McMorrow Breaking Hearts
Episode 18 special all female episode (International women’s day)

1 Nina Simone No Woman, No Cry (Outtake)
2 Aretha Franklin Do Right Woman, Do Right Man
3 Vaya Con Dios Whats A Woman
4 Bar Rosner Wachs You Should Go Home
5 Elizabeth and The Catapult Golden Ink
6 Amy Winehouse Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow
7 Dinah Washington Mad About the Boy
8 Melody Gardot Gone
9 Lily Frost You’ve Shaken Every Part Of Me
10 Tracy Chapman Woman’s Work
11 Cristina Aguilera Beautiful
12 Beverly craven Promise me
13 Diane Tell Si Jétais Un Homme
14 Camille Ta douleur
15 Sade By Your Side
16 Lauryn Hill To Zion

All aired radio episode are also on iTunes Podcasts, you can subscribe to get automatic weekly updates:

https://itunes.apple.com/il/podcast/unwind-rewind-idc-international-radio/id1346050295?mt=2

episode 17 ‘Nothing but the blues’ special guest Paul Ambach aka Boogie Boy

 

episode 16 leonard, latin vibes & love songs
episode 15 desperado
episode 14 needs & lullabies

episode 13 the sountrack of heartache… Chanson Francaise… Hommage to the great French classics
episode 12 Belgian Pride
episode 11 America
episode 10 compilation end of 2017
episode 9 Sixties
 
episode 8 B(D)S, should we stop listening to musicians we like because they don’t like us?
episode  7 – ode to 1974
episode 6 ode to the blues

special tribute to Leonard Cohen
airdate Friday November 10th 2017 6pm Tel Aviv time – 106.2fm or online: http://1062fm.co.il/en/player

Catch up here: http://1062fm.co.il/en/leonard-cohen-tribute/

Catch up on previous episodes of Unwind Rewind:
http://1062fm.co.il/en/category/music/unwind-rewind/

Episode 1 

Episode 2

Episode 3

Episode 5

Music

Unwind Rewind special episode – Israel 70

Celebrating Israel’s 70th birthday it’s time to introduce you to some Hebrew classics

 

1 Kaveret Lamrot ha-Kol (In Spite Of Everything)
2 Gidi Gov Yesh Ei sham
3 Yitzhak Klepter Tzlil Mechuvan
4 Yehudit Ravitz Hayalda hachi yafa began
5 Arik Einstein Atur Mizrech
6 Navy choir Ma avarech
7 The high windows Hatishma Koli
8 Boaz Sharabi Chofshi vemeoushar
9 Hava Alberstein Lu Yehi
10 Matti Caspi There it Goes Again
11 Sheva Salam Shalom
12 David Broza Yihye Tov
13 Eviatar Banai Yesh Li Sikuy
14 Ora Sitner & Wannes Van de Velde Al Kol Eleh
15 Kaveret Nechmad

Antwerp · Architecture · History

Antwerp from both sides.

They say “the river Scheldt (Dutch: Schelde) owes its existence to God, and Antwerp owes its existence to the river Scheldt”. Thanks to this river Antwerp is the 2nd largest harbour in Europe and the 4th in the world. Both the Right (the historical city) as the Left Bank of the Scheldt are unique places to visit. There’s the vivid historical city center, with tons of shops, restaurants and tourist attractions on one side, and there is nature and 20th century nostalgia on the other side. With its Casino’s, the restaurants and even a small beach the Left Bank was indeed a popular place for entertainment.  There’s not much left of those glory days now, but you can still feel the swing of the 60ies and the 70ies when you go for some delicious moules-frites (mussels with fries) on the terrace at Sint Anneke beach, while enjoying the view on the historical city across the river. The Sint-Anna pedestrian tunnel, build in 1932-1933, is a true beauty (if a tunnel can ever be called beautiful) which is definitely worth a visit. Let me just tell you with some pictures I took today what I can’t express with words:

(c) sien josephineAbove: The statue of Pieter Paul Rubens, Antwerp’s most famous painter, keeping an eye on the Groenplaats (historical city)

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Above: view on the guild halls on the Grote Markt (16th Century) (c) sien josephine

Above: detail of the wrought iron gates which used to indicate the line between the docks and the public street (late 19th century) (c) sien josephine

Above: easy Antwerp transportation: these city bikes take you everywhere as long as you dock them in another station within 30 minutes.(c) sien josephine

Above and under: enjoying a nice stroll on the boardwalk along the Scheldt between Antwerp’s North and South side

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Above: time for some nice Belgian fries, while enjoying the view on the Cathedral (under)(c) sien josephine

Under: view on the Left Bank from the boardwalk.(c) sien josephineUnder: the entrance of the Sint Anna pedestrian tunnel (build in 1933)   (c) sien josephine (c) sien josephine  Above &under: inside the pedestrian tunnel (the wooden escalators also date back to 1933)(c) sien josephine

Under: inside the pedestrian tunnel: 572 meters long and 31,57 meters underground.(c) sien josephine

Under: the Left Bank in the windows of the Sint Anna pedestrian tunnel exit

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Above & under: view on historical Antwerp from the Left Bank(c) sien josephineUnder: Sint Anneke beach (by (c) Jens Mollenvanger)

(c) Jens Mollenvanger

All pictures are copyright protected 

(c) 2013 Sien Josephine

History · Lifestyle · Tel Aviv

Jewish Holidays Indian Summer

What better than to start your summer when most summers are over? I’m not a beach person really; I mostly hate the sand everywhere. But at this time of the year I love it. The big heat and humidity of July August is gone. And so are the many loud tourists. Finally it’s calm, I’m back and the city is mine again. I feel my feet in the white sand, I swim in the clear sea and spend hours just enjoying the weather until after sunset. When does one have time to spend days at the beach? Never. Or during the Jewish holidays. You almost have no choice. Nobody’s working anyways.

This month we celebrate Rosh Hashana (Jewish New Year 5773), Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement) and Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles). Each holiday has its history, meaning and traditions; and families have their own rituals around them. Rosh Hashana is the New Year and starts at sunset (like all Jewish Holidays) with a big traditional family diner. One of its main symbols is the dipping of apples in honey. To have a sweet year. On Rosh Hashana God inscribes each person’s fate for the coming year into a book called the Book of Life and waits until ten days later, at Yom Kippur depending on wether the sinner repents or not, to “seal” the verdict. During those Days of Awe, a Jewish person tries to amend his or her behavior and seek forgiveness for wrongs done against God (bein adam leMakom) and against other human beings (bein adam lechavero). Leonard Cohen’s song “Who by fire” is inspired by this prayer from the liturgy of the Day of Atonement:

On Rosh Hashanah it is inscribed
And on Yom Kippur it is sealed
How many shall die and how many shall be born
Who shall live and who shall die
Who at the measure of days and who before
Who by fire and who by water
Who by the sword and who by wild beasts
Who by hunger and who by thirst
Who by earthquake and who by plague
Who by strangling and who by stoning
Who shall have rest and who shall go wandering
Who will be tranquil and who shall be harassed
Who shall be at ease and who shall be afflicted
Who shall become poor and who shall become rich
Who shall be brought low and who shall be raised high.

We start Yom Kippur with a big dinner before commencing a 25-hour fast. I consider myself a secular Jew but this tradition is one I keep. I go to synagogue and I pray; in my own way. I question myself, I look back at the past year. Have I been a good person? A better woman? What do I expect and wish myself and my beloved family and friends for the coming year? Oh what am I lying, I ask myself those questions every day. Anyways; Yom Kippur is the day Jews ask for forgiveness. A day to repent. The end of the fast is sounded by the Shofar, a ram horn blown by the rabbi in synagogue. And then we go and eat again. What touches me is that Tel Aviv, a city that is not known for its silence nor religious practice, feels sacred on Yom Kippur. Just this holy silence for a day. And as soon as it’s over, Tel Aviv ignites again in its dynamics. This video by a colleague from StreetIsrael shows the power and impact of Yom Kippur on daily life.

During Sukkot Jews build a Sukkah (booth) where meals are eaten and the Mitzva is to host people in it. Sukkot refers to the temporary dwellings that we are commanded to live in during this holiday. Shemini Atzeret and Simchat Torah (“Rejoicing with/of the Torah”) mean the end of Sukkot and mark the conclusion of the annual cycle of public Torah readings and the beginning of a new cycle.

Chag Sameach & Shana Tova dear readers…

Wishing card from the Israeli website Nostalgia Online archive

 

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