Ofra Haza is the eponymous 1997 album by Israeli singer Ofra Haza. The album was produced by Frank Peterson (of Enigma and Gregorian), recorded both in Hamburg as well as at legendary Abbey Road Studios in London, and includes the single release "Show Me", an updated version of "Im Nin' Alu", songs co-written by Peterson, Haza and manager Bezalel Aloni as well as a cover version of Carole King's "You've Got a Friend"
Complete your Ofra Haza collection. Broken Days ימים נשברים. Play On Me בוא ונגן אותי. Open Your Cards כל הקלפים. Broken Days (LP, Album). Broken Days ימים נשברים (CD, Album, RP).
Audio CD, November 25, 2003. Ofra Haza proves here that she is not just a great singer, but also a very good songwriter. The songs are so good, it does not matter that the lyrics are not in English.
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נגינת הלב. Ofra Haza. 1988 сингл 7". ימים נשברים. ירי מולדת ב׳. Valley Girl Days - The Ultimate ‘80s Collection.
Bat-Sheva Ofra Haza was born the youngest of nine children (six sisters and two brothers) to Yefet and Shoshana Haza. They were a Yemenite Jewish family and lived in the Hatikva Quarter, an impoverished neighborhood of Tel Aviv. Her first home was on Boaz Street. She recorded "My Love Is for Real" with Paula Abdul in 1995 and on Sarah Brightman's album Harem, Haza's vocals were included on "Mysterious Days", thanks to an idea by Brightman's partner Frank Peterson (ex-Enigma), who produced both Harem (2003) and the album Ofra Haza (1997).
Haita A'hat (There Was One And She Is Gone).
Tzilili merchakim nos'IM Et halaylah 'al gav 'Ananyim el yom hamachar ve'et zekhronkha beterem halakhta kisah hama'Yil bachoref hakar menasah 'od lishmor beyneynu 'Al kesher gam 'IM hashkarim hapku L'Hergel atah 'od telekh eley ha beseter V'Ani achreykha nitfeset k'mu tzel. Yamim nishbarim, rotzah rak margo' Lo 'okla 'Od lir'ot D'Rakhim rechokot yamim nishbarim, rotzah rak margo' krovah eleykha, tovah eleykha, krovah eleykha lihyot.