Yedioth Aronoth (Israel): The Best Israeli Albums (2005)

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Yedioth Aronoth (Israel): The Best Israeli Albums (2005)

Post by StevieFan13 » Sat May 06, 2017 2:44 am

http://www.ynet.co.il/articles/0,7340,L-3149142,00.html
Henrik, just let me know if you'd prefer phonetic translations of the Hebrew or the names translated into English (like the Radio Hazak list) - whichever is easier to add to the spreadsheets.
1. Yehuda Poliker, Ashes and Dust, 1988
2. The High Windows, The High Windows, 1967
3. Kaveret, The Poogy Stories, 1973
4. Ehud Banai and the Refugees, Ehud Banai and the Refugees, 1987
5. Arik Einstein and Shalom Hanoch, Shablul, 1970
6. Chava Alberstein, Like a Wildflower, 1975
7. The End of Days, The End of Days, 1972
8. Natasha's Friends, Changes in Screaming, 1991
9. The Sixteenth Sheep, 1979
10. Tammuz, The End of the Orange Season, 1976

11. Shlomo Artzi, "Ways," 1979
12. Matti Caspi and Shlomo Gronich, Behind the Sounds, 1972
13. Berry Sakharof, 'Signs of Weakness', 1993
14. Shalom Hanoch, 'A White Wedding', 1981
15. Meir Ariel, 'Song of the Holiday, Stumbling and Falling', 1978
16. The bearers of the hat, "the bearers of the hat", 1988
17. Zohar Argov, 'As of Today', 1982
18. Ilan Wirtzberg and Shimon Gelbetz, 'Good Harvest', 1982
19. Rockfour, 'The Man Who Saw Everything', 1995
20. Rami Fortis, "Stories from the Box", 1988
21 Matti Caspi, 'Matti Caspi', 1974
22. Shalom Chanoch, "A Man Within Himself," 1977
23. The Roosters, The Second Plan, 1963
24. Ehud Banai, 'Close', 1989
25. The Click, 'Mother I Do not Want to Wean', 1981
26. The Shluchim, The Shlosharim, 1969
27. Assaf Amdursky, Assaf Amdursky (The Second), 1996
28. Shalom Chanoch, Waiting for the Messiah, 1985
29. Zvika Pick, Music, 1978
30. Berry Sakharof, "Negiot", 1998
31. Yehuda Poliker, My Eyes, 1985
32. Amir Benayoun, "Only You," 1999
33. Minimal Compact, Raging Soul, 1985
34. Shlomo Artzi, The Heat of July-August, 1988
35. Meir Banai, Rain, 1987
36. Yael Levy, Yael Levy, 1982
37. Ahuva Ozeri, "Where is the Soldier?", 1975
38. Pure Souls, Pure Souls, 1974
39. Thyslam, 'Strong Radio', 1981
40. Idan Raichel, The Idan Raichel Project, 2002
41. Ariel Zilber, Rutzi Shmulik, 1976
42. Mashina, 'Monsters of Glory', 1992
43. Edna Goren and Kobi Recht, Shiri Sasha Argov, 1968
44. Rafi Persky, "How many times did you count to ten," 1989
45. Amir Lev, Amir Lev, 1995
46. ​​Ruti Navon, Ruti Navon, 1974
47. Danny Ben-Israel, "Trunk of Three and a Half," 1970
48. Eviatar Banai, Eviatar Banai, 1997
49. David Broza, The Woman with Me, 1981
50. The Nahal Military Group, "The Nahal Settlement in Sinai, 1970"
51. Shevak S., Canaan 2000, 2000
52. Yehudit Ravitz, "Coming of Love," 1987
53. Yossi Banai, "The Face of a Gypsy," 1972
54. Rita, The Days of Innocence, 1988
55. Gasoline, '24 Hours', 1982
56. Esther Ofarim, "There Were Nights," 1963
57. Redheads, Redheads, 1994
58. Shoshana Damari, 'Anemones', 1948
59. The Churchill, 'Cercilim', 1969
60. Nurit Galron, "Songs in the Middle of the Night," 1981
61. Arik Einstein, Posey, 1969
62. Matti Caspi, "Matti Caspi sings Sasha Argov," 1982
63. Rami Fortis, 'Plonter', 1978
64. Aviv Geffen, 'It's only the moonlight', 1992
65. Erez Halevy, The Night, 1984
66. Corinne Allal, Corinne Allal, 1984
67. Gidi Gov, Derech Eretz, 1987
68. Pollyanna Frank, 'No Choice', 1990
69. A Little Different, 'A Little Different', 1975
70. Alon Olearchick, "Shashu'i Like," 1987
71. A deliberate sound, 'deliberate sound', 1979
72. Shlomo Artzi, 'A Man Getting Lost', 1978
73. Carmela Gross Wagner, 'Black Flower', 1991
74. The Natural Selection, Eli Shorashim, 1979
75. Yehudit Ravitz, The Silk Road, 1984
76. The Yarkon Trio, First Love, 1964
77. Etti Ankri, 'Seeing You in the Eyes', 1990
78. Gali Atari, Mid-September, 1986
79. Fortisakharof, '1900?', 1990
80. Shorn, 'Grzuz', 1979
81. Ofra Haza, 'Yemenite Songs', 1985
82. Arik Einstein, 'Capricorn', 1968
83. Mashina, Mashina, 1984
84. Kaveret, 'Foggy in Pita', 1974
85. Tango, Permanent Arrangement, 1984
86. The Tractor's Revenge, The Tractor's Revenge, 1990
87. The Church of the Mind, "Words in a Whisper", 1993
88. Yehudit Ravitz, 'And It's Not Easy to Wait', 1993
89. The Elders of Safed. The Elders of Safed, 1992
90. Shmulik Kraus, "The State of Israel vs. Krause Shmulik," 1977
91. Sounds of the Vineyard, "Sounds of the Vineyard", 1975
92. Dr. Kasper's Rabbit Show, Dr. Kasper's Rabbit Show, 1993
93. Eran Zur, Blind in the Heart of the Sea, 1995
94. Dikla, 'Love Music', 2000
95. Eyal Golan, 'Without You', 1997
96. Yossi Babliki, The Marchings' Album, 1996
97. Monica Sex, 'Wounds and Kisses', 1995
98. Tzila Dagan, Tzila Dagan, 1970
99. Algiers, 'Engines Forward', 2004

Interestingly, while the translated title is "The 100 Good Israeli Albums," there's only 99, and they even say there's only 99 in the article.
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Re: Yedioth Aronoth (Israel): The Best Israeli Albums (2005)

Post by StevieFan13 » Tue May 16, 2017 3:00 pm

My mistake! This one's already on the site.
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Re: Yedioth Aronoth (Israel): The Best Israeli Albums (2005)

Post by StevieFan13 » Tue May 23, 2017 7:56 pm

My mistake again! It's a different list, so I'll add it to the summary.
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