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Kenesiyat Hasechel

Kenesiyat Hasechel

Kenesiyat Hasechel


Kenesiyat Hasekhel (Church of Reason) is an Israeli rock band from Sderot. Their name is a translation into Hebrew of Church of Reason, from Robert Pirsig's book Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance. The band has existed since the early 1990s, and has been one of Sderot's many musical messengers (along with Teapacks and Sfatayim). One of its best-publicized efforts was a collaboration with Zehava Ben. The band was founded in the early '90s in the western part of Israel's Negev Desert. Read more on Last.fm
Kenesiyat Hasekhel (Church of Reason) is an Israeli rock band from Sderot. Their name is a translation into Hebrew of Church of Reason, from Robert Pirsig's book Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance. The band has existed since the early 1990s, and has been one of Sderot's many musical messengers (along with Teapacks and Sfatayim). One of its best-publicized efforts was a collaboration with Zehava Ben. The band was founded in the early '90s in the western part of Israel's Negev Desert. Blending new wave and post-punk influences (particularly Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds) and Mediterranean and Middle Eastern ethnic rock, the band soon realized they had outgrown the rural desert, and by 1992 the band had moved to Israel's cultural center Tel Aviv to establish themselves as a national touring act, and begin production on their first studio album "whispered words" (nanadisk). Their second full length and self-titled album "Knesiyat Hasekhel" was released in 1999 to great critical acclaim, and commercial success. The band was named "best rock group of 1999" by Israel's national radio station, and is invited to play all the major rock festivals and events around the country. Read more on Last.fm.

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