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Soul Farm in Shul

by Yarden Yanover
My girlfriends and I attended the first half hour or so of the Soulfarm acoustic show at the Stanton Street Synagogue. The audience was huge, but mostly adults, who probably appreciated the show more than we did.

The music was OK, but with so many other shows competing for our attention on a Saturday night (religious Jewish girls do NOTHING on Shabbat during the day, I mean NOTHING except think about God and eat kugel). So by the time it gets dark, we’re really revved up for entertainment, and we prefer hi-tech and noisy (and cute boys).

So, anyway, we liked the guitar sound, would have appreciated if they had dragged in their drummer, too, and will probably check out this band again after college.


Anonymous Yakov said...

Ugh, I can remember when this was a great shul, now they've got hippies turning it into Webster Hall

11/09/2006 6:20 PM  
Anonymous Leah said...

Hashem has much to say about those who wish shabbat was over .
Learn, pray, spend time making a real relationship with Hashem, you wont regret it.
Boys are for sunday-fri. ;)

11/10/2006 12:06 AM  

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