Two Vinyl 12" Singles published anonymously, under the title - Parot Kdoshot, Musical Terror Organization - in 1989. At first the members of the project tried to conceal their identities - granting interviews wearing masks. Still the secret leaked out soon enough: the project was headed by Jazz Sax player Gilad Atzmon, who played at the time with Si Heiman and was later to cooperate with Paul McCartney and Robert Wyatt (recording two albums with the latter), as well as achieving international acclaim as a solo artist.
Atzmon later left Israel and became a vehement anti-Zionist activist, who boldly attacks Israel, the Zionist movement and the Jewish people.
Other members of the project were sound engineer Gil Toren, Atmon's wife Tali Kaspitzki and Amit Ronel. The singers included Tislam lead vocalist Danny Bassan, Si Heiman, Dori Ben-Ze'ev and Eli Gorenstein.
The project produced three vinyl 12" singles, two of which are presented: Shuvi LaPardes and Be'Mdinat HaGamadim, both protest songs._x000B_No record label or catalogue number.
Second edition of Boaz Sharabi's third LP, released by Reuveni Brothers Music Company. The album was originally released by HaTaklit in 1974, with a flowery cover; the second edition features a different cover, of Sharabi singing, his eyes closed. This edition states that it was "LP no. 2," while it was actually, Sharabi's third LP.
Reuveni Brothers, R.T. 390-2. VG- /VG-.
In 1987 Rehavam Ze'evi announced his "transfer" program encouraging free emigration of the Arabs of Judea, Samaria and the Gaza Strip. Ze'evi announced his plan during the time Meir Kahane was a member of the 11th Knesset. This poster, titled "There will be no transfer", was probably printed in connection to the upcoming Knesset elections in 1988 by Mapam Youth. It features photos of Kahane, Ze'evi, Yuval Ne'eman and Elyakim Haetzni, and the Spanish words "No Pasaran". The phrase "No Pasaran," (they shall not pass), is an anti fascist slogan used by the Republic forces in the Spanish Civil War.
71X50 cm. Very good condition.
Vinyl LP by Yehonatan Geffen and Adi Renrat, featuring songs from the 1979 show "Korim Leze Osher," [It's Called Happiness] with Geffen and Astar Shamir. Renrat composed and arranged all the songs on the album.
The LP features a Hebrew version of the Bee-Gees hit "Stayin' Alive," titled "Disco Kvish HaSargel," two songs performed by Astar Shamir, two songs performed by Yoel Lerner; one of these, "Shir Ahava," appeared later that year on Shlomo Yidov's debut album with a different melody.
The LP was not a commercial success, and was never re-issued in CD format.
The back cover of the album features Geffen supposedly surprised by a photographer in a staircase, hugging a woman whose face isn't seen, apparently Anat Atzmon, Geffen's partner at the time.
VG+ / VG+. A small part of the bottom corner of the cover is missing.
The only LP by Avi Maavari, who composed most of the tracks. The album, which is of the oriental genre, includes Avihu Medina's "Shav El Admati," also recorded by "Tzlilei HaUd."
Arrangments: Nancy Brandes. Backing band: Brosh.
Galton L-6085._x000B_Condition: sealed in nylon wrapper, never opened.
Dedication by the poet Zelda [Mishkovsky], (1914-1984) to the orthodox Jerusalem poet Lea Tanzman on her 1978 collection of poems "Pnai / HaCarmel Ha Ee Nireh / Al Tirhak," Zelda wrote: "To Leah, from Zelda."
Very good condition. Tanzman's ex-libris on half title page.
1. Booklet in memory of Mike Brant, no title, publisher or year. The booklet featured various articles dealing with his life and many photographs.  pages, including cover. [Brant commited suicide in 1975, and the booklet was probably published soon after.]
2. Star Magazine featuring a photonovel story starring prominent Isralei singer Miri Aloni, as well as stories focusing on Shmulik Kraus, Josie Katz, Tsiva Pik and others. [1971 - Kraus is mentioned as being 36 years old]
Good condition. Wear. Tears to cover of Star Magazine, without loss.
Israeli pressing of the Les Chaussettes Noires' first LP, (the band previously issued two 10" Eps). The LP features original material by the band members as well as French covers of rock'n'roll classics including Gene Vincent's "The Night Is So Lonely," and "Right Now," Elvis Presley's "Little Sister," The Everly Brothers' "All I Have To Do Is Dream" and Dion's "Runaround Sue."
The album includes an original Hed Arzi inner nylon protective cover in fair condition.
Les Chaussettes Noires, founded in 1959, were considered the first French Rock'n'roll band, and enjoyed huge success until the group finally disbanded in 1964.
Hed Arzi - AN 67-00
VG- / VG-
Neot Sinai, Tseadim BaCholot (Neot Sinai, Steps in the Sand), memorial book published by residents of the settlement, after it was evacuated in 1981.
The booklet tells the story of the settlement, mentions each and every member; includes letters, many photos and newspaper clippings related to the evacuation.
 pages. Very good condition. Some of the pages are printed only on one side.
Vinyl LP featuring recordings of seven of the most prominent Hebrew poets reading their poems. Leah Goldberg, Avraham Shlonski, Amir Gilboa (see item 13), Dalia Ravikovitch, Haim Guri, Natan Zach, and S.Y. Agnon who reads a part of "BiDemi Yameha", a story whivh was initially printed in poetic form.
The LP was edited by T. Karmi, and although its production year is not mentioned, the editor write in his sleeve notes that during work on the LP the news came that Agnon won the Nobel prize for peace for 1966.
White labels with no printing, writing in pen 0008 15114 and 0008 15115.
VG+ / G+. Minor tears to cover.
Ofer Nissim presents: Dana. Crying Game (from the album 'Dana International'). One of two singles promoting Dana International's first album, released in 1993.
The album was released only on CD, and this is the only known release of the song on vinyl._x000B_Dana International is the stage name of Yaron Cohen, who won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1997. At the end of that year Time chose Dana International as one of the five most influential people in the world for 1997. She later headed a campaign for Amnesty International.
IMP - DJ IMP 1004. VG / VG-.
The first two albums recorded by Arik Einstein and Shalom Hanoch, first editions.
Two LPs published by Phonodor, with "Hagar" black labels.
Plastelina: gatefold sleeve, fully laminated. Shablul: front cover laminated.
Cat. No. 12184, 12175._x000B_Condition: Shablul - VG / VG; Plastelina: VG + / VG+.
Vinyl 12" single featuring the song "Alilot Moshe BaIr HaGdola," from the nonsense show bearing the same name, as performed by Tal Freidman and Moshe Ferster in the late 1980s. Handwritten dedications by Friedman and Ferster appear on the front and back covers, apparently dedicated to the couple's voice teacher.
No publishing date appears on the single, but Freidman's dedication is dated October 1991.
Freidman wrote: "10/91, [signature], Greetings from Tal Freidman!!! Dear Nava!! Here is the result of two years of voice teaching."
Ferster wrote: "Dear Nava, greetings, greetings, in the next D.J. [Israeli term for 12" single] I'll already sing with a sweet voice. Moshe."
Music produced and played by Portrait, a band working with producers Tmira and Dudu Yardeni, who also produced Freideman and Ferster's show.
No record company or catalog number.
NM / VG.
Vinyl EP by the Parvarim, featuring, besides Yossi Churi and Nissim Menahem, Jimmy Siman Tov, who was part of the lineup for six months in 1965.
The EP includes four songs. One in Turkish - Istemem Babajim - and three in Greek: Themboro, Paploma, and Susurada. Of these three, Paploma is known in versions performed by Aris San and Yehuda Poliker.
. CBS 6133.
VG / VG.
Mirkin Productions present: Gan Eden - Shalvat HaLaila.
In 1983, four years after the Israeli group Gan Eden released its first LP, drummer Michel Amar reassembled the group. It included Amar, Danny Maman, Doron Piker, and the band's original singer Albert Zarfati, who left the band at an early stage and was replaced by Menny Begger. This lineup, hoping to record a second LP, eventually only recorded one song, Shalvat HaLaila, written by Menny Begger who also sang backing vocals. Later the band's original bass player Miki Gal returned to the band, but Danny Maman became religious and left. Two more songs were recorded, but the second album was never completed.
The label on the single is handwritten in purple and Red markers. No record company or Cat. No.
VG+ / F. Back cover is peeled in bottom right corner. Entire sleeve is worn, with ring-wear and loss to top corner.
Nineteen Booklets featuring children's poems and stories, published in the 1960s by Tapuach publishing house, as part of a series titled "LaTaf," Educational Library. The booklets feature colorful lithographic illustrations by Iza (Hershkowitz) and Henryk Hechtkopf (apart from one issue illustrated by S. Gur Arye). Most of the stories and poems were written or translated by Rafael Saporta (Gan Gurim). Two of the issues feature a rhymed adaptation of the stories of Hugh Lofting's Dr. Doolittle. Other issues feature adaptations of the Three Little Pigs known from the Disney cartoon (adapted as Three Ducklings), and the Brothers Grimm's Tom Thumb as well as poems by Leah Goldberg, Bialik, Fania Bergstein and others.
Various conditions. General condition very good. Several of the issues are unused.
Eleven photographs of Chalav U'Dvash (Milk and Honey) with lead singer Gali Atari, winners of the 1979 Eurovision Song Contest with the song Hallelujah.
Four of the photos are from the evening of the Contest, two are from a press conference a day later, together with the song's authors, Shimrit Orr and Kobi Oshrat, one photo from backstage at the Israeli Song Festival, where the song won and was chosen to represent Israel, two PR photos of the group, one in Paris, with the Eiffel Tower in the background, the other in the old city of Jerusalem, bearing the trademark sign of record company Polydor. The last photo is from a TV special supporting the International Red Cross - Atari and the group members are seen with the prime ministers of Norway, Sweden and Denmark, who all joined them onstage to sing Hallelujah.
The group consisted of Atari, Yehuda Tamir, Reuven Gvirtz and Shmulik Bilu._x000B_Different sizes. Captions are written on the verso of some, others have photographer's stamps. General condition very good.
Four items from the Ehud Banai and the Refugees' 1989 tour. The Items refer to three shows, between February and April 1989, that also featured the East-West Ensemble, and Local Music (Drora Havkin, Salem Darwish and George Samaan).
Two programs, one press release and a translation to English of songs by Banai and Local Music. In addition, an advertisement for an aid concert for Neve Shalom featuring Israeli singer Sara Alexander and Palestinian singer Imad Saleh.
Size and condition vary. General condition very good.
Trading cards album named "Olam HaZemer (World of Song) containing cards of Israeli and international pop stars. It was produced by Crystal soft drinks company and the music magazine "Lahiton." Early Seventies.
The album includes  pages, with  cards.
Israeli pop stars include Oshik Levi, Shlomo Artzi, Chava Alberstein, Svika Pick and Boaz Sharabi. International pop stars include George Harrison, James Brown, Deep Purple, T-Rex.
Tom Jones is featured on the front cover, while Deep Purple appear on the back cover. Complete album, with all cards.
22X22 cm. Very good condition. Detached page.
1. A Meeting with Aliza Kashi, a four song EP: Al Chof HaYam, Shnei Chayalim, BaRechov, Noga Li. . Hed Arzi, VG- / VG. MN-39.
2. Aliza Kashi, a four song EP: HaElem VeHashemesh, Shovach Yonim, Leyad HaShaon, BiSdot Kfar Katan. . Hed Arzi, VG- / VG. MN-65.
3. Erev Ba - winner of the Israeli Song Festival - Aliza Kashi, Shimon Bar, Gideon Singer. A four song EP: Erev Ba, Al Gav HaSus HaAdmon, Machol HaRoe, Bo Elai. . Erev Ba was the winner of the first Israeli Song Festival in 1960. Israfon, VG- / VG. EP-101.
Il Etait Une Fois… en Israel.
Vinyl LP by French Comedian and Director, Philippe Clair, dealing with Israel's victory in the Six-Day War. Gatefold sleeve, featuring color comic-book illustrations of the Egyptian front, and portraits of Moshe Dayan and Gamal Abdel Nasser, by Yvon Francois. The album's title alludes to Sergio Leone's 1968 film, Once Upon a Time in the West.
Claire's career spanned over more than three decades, including a series of films with the famous "Les Charlots".
Riviera 521037S. .
VG+ / VG+.
Yaakov (Yankele) Rotblit's first LP - Kach Shihrarti Et Yerushalayim, (This Is How I Liberated Jerusalem), 1978. A dedication by Rotblit on front of sleeve "To Allen, from Cairo and Jerusalem to New York, good luck, with friendship, [signature], Al-Quds [in Arabic], 10/1/84."
Cat. No. DD 35183 and the name of record company "Hataklit," appears on the cover, but the label on the record itself features "Hed Arzi" as the record company, the catalogue number as BAN 15268, and mistakenly states the year of production as 1968, instead of 1978.
VG+ / VG+
Two books dedicated by the author, Yehonatan Geffen to Aharona, the first wife of Geffen's cousin, Assi Dayan.
The first dedication, from 1985, is on his poem book titled . "26.11.85, to Aharona, for her birthday, poems of age [also translates poems of joy], with love from Yehonatan (and Nurit, of course)."
The second dedication is on Geffen's 2002 autobiography "Homer Tov," ("Good Stuff"). "TA, January 2002. To Aharona - who will always be for me the most beautiful in the world! Love, Yehonatan Geffen."
Aharona Dayan (née Melkin, 1945-2013), was Assi Dayan's first wife, and the mother of two of his children._x000B_Very good condition.
Vinyl EP featuring three songs performed by Filfel Al Masri - فلفل المصري, the stage name of Alber Mugrabi. The three songs are: HaTayar HaYisraeli (The Israeli Tourist), Shuk HaCarmel (The Carmel Market), and Seadia, Savlanut (Patience, Seadia).
Al Masri was born in Egypt in 1928, and starred in films from the age of eleven. He immigrated to Israel in 1957, and, at first, sang in Arabic on Kol Yisrael. Later he began singing in Hebrew, songs about the life of Jews who emigrated from Muslim countries. His songs were extremely popular.
No date - early 1960s. Ronly, LP 22-17.
VG- / VG-. Small tear to front sleeve.