“Truthfully, all I wanted was for it to be something that Yeedle, my producer, would like”
“I was in the middle of working on my first album when I got married. So we stopped working on it for a few months, and it felt as if everything had ground to a halt,” remembers BORUCH SHOLOM BLESOFSKY. “Then, I sat down to write a song. Truthfully, all I wanted was for it to be something that Yeedle, my producer, would like. The outcome of that session was ‘Tefillah L'Moshe,’ and that song not only reignited the creativity and gave me a push to complete the album, Bishvili Nivrah Ha’olam, but brought it up to a whole new level.”
(Originally featured in Mishpacha, Issue 916)
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