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Katz. Back on stage Photo: Omer Schwartz
Katz. Back on stage Photo: Omer Schwartz

Josie Katz rediscovers English

(Video) Israeli-American singer cooperates with musician Nathan Slor in his new album. Ynet brings you special performance of their song, 'After All the Love is Gone'

Or Barnea
Published: 03.01.11, 13:46 / Israel Culture

VIDEO - More than a decade has passed since Josie Katz recorded new songs. Last year, the beloved Israeli-American singer celebrated her 70th birthday, and she recently returned to the recording studio with musician Nathan Slor, the grandson of renowned poet Nathan Alterman.



שליחה לחבר

 הקלידו את הקוד המוצג
תמונה חדשה

הסרטון נשלח לחברך


הטמעת הסרטון באתר שלך

 קוד להטמעה:

Nathan Slor and Josie Katz (Video and editing: Omer Schwartz)


Slor's second upcoming album includes a song with Katz in English, her mother tongue. The song, "After All the Love is Gone", was written by Slor and his musical partner, Jasmin Even.


Now, especially for Ynet, Slor and Katz gathered at Tel Aviv's Levontin 7 club to perform the new song for you. The two are joined by Even on keyboard and Tom Kelner on cello.


Slor's new album, which will be released in the next few months, was written entirely by Slor and Even and produced by Eli Abramov. Other artists featured on the album include Roni Alter, Eran Tzur, Mika Karni, Quami and Ofer Bashan.

In the meantime, enjoy the performance and touching meeting.


After All the Love is Gone

(Music and lyrics: Nathan Slor and Jasmin Even)


After all the love is gone

Rising hands around me

Shirtless men and painted boys

Side by side, all alone

Red light


Walking through a city I don't know

Dancing on a stage of endless shows

Smoke machines in my eyes

No one hears when you cry


After all the love is gone

Diving into music

Taxi runs through city streets

Through the night

Through my heart

Red light



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