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Jordana Arazi celebrates 70: Yehoram Gaon, Tzadi Tzarfati and other friends remember the common past - Walla! culture

2021-09-19T21:08:43.311Z

Just before the 70th birthday of Jordana Arazi, Rebecca Michaeli and Iris Cole interviewed her on 103FM, and also spoke with key figures from her career, including men from Mazur, Tzadi Tzarfati and Yehoram Gaon. “My start was very long, I didn’t have a solo feeling until I was 30,” Arazi said. Listen



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Jordana Arazi celebrates 70: Yehoram Gaon, Tzadi Tzarfati and other friends remember the common past

Just before the 70th birthday of Jordana Arazi, Rebecca Michaeli and Iris Cole interviewed her on 103FM, and also spoke with key figures from her career, including men from Mazur, Tzadi Tzarfati and Yehoram Gaon.

“My start was very long, I didn’t have a solo feeling until I was 30,” Arazi said.

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Jordana Arazi (Photo: Reuven Castro)

On Saturday night, Yardena Arazi will mark her 70th birthday. As part of the celebrations, the singer conducted an interview with Rivka Michaeli and Iris Cole on 103FM.

During the interview, key figures from her career were also interviewed.



At the beginning of the program, Arazi was asked if she knew that Arazi would be so successful in her field, and would become one of the best-known singers in the country before she turned 18.

"My start was very long, I did not have a solo feeling until the age of 30," she said, "From the age of 17 my face was on TV and I worked all the time, but I did not connect the threads of my career. An artist goes through an individual story. "

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The first guest to surprise Arazi on the show was Amos Tal Shir, who was the commander of the Nahal band and her first husband, who said: "We were married very little time, our life together was quite short." Arazi responded: "I would bother him on the phone at night, Do not know it.

Amos this friend for life, I know to this day if I fall back, is it to catch me. "



Side of the French, who directed the seventies instance of a trio of chocolate mint gum starring cedars, and also directed the eighties the musical" Guys and Dolls "with the participation of the singer, said in an interview "Jordan is very Israeli, she is a symbol of Israeliness." Arazi spoke about the fear and reverence she felt for him:

We were afraid of him, he saw the smallest details.

"My side has brought us to a state of great care for every look, and for this whole thing of standing on stage and convincing the audience."

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"Bombs were flying in the air and I was lying there in depressed Lebanon. If this is life, I would rather die."

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Jordana Arazi in an interview with Rivka Michaeli and Iris Cole on 103FM (Photo: 103fm)

Yehoram Gaon, who performed with Arazi on a joint tour in the late 1980s, described in the broadcast the first moment he realized who he was dealing with: "I came to listen to a song by Efi Netzer, and then one of the most beautiful things I ever saw came in and leaned on the piano. It was my meeting with this wonderful singer. "



During the program, Arazi also recalled her experiences from performing in Lebanon during the First Lebanon War: "I managed to perform in Lebanon and came back with my tail between my legs. I saw an IDF name I did not know, the reports of the dead accompanied us every day."

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