Après le succès de Night White Satin repris par la chanteuse Allemande Sandra, je vous présente la dernière version d'Ivri Lider le plus sexy des chanteurs tout droit venu d'Israel. Ivri Lider est né en 1974. Très tôt il a le goût pour la musique et intégre un groupe à l'école appelé Kach Ossot Kullan où ils reprennent un célèbre titre du groupe Police, Roxanne, qui marche très fort dans les clubs de Tel Aviv. Il sort son premier album en 1997, puis diférents singles. Les albums s'enchainent ainsi que les singles. Par la suite, Ivri obtient une popularité énorme dans son pays, mais d'autres producteurs perçoivent en lui un grand talent et lui demandent de signer plusieurs bandes originales de films. Son grand ami Offer Nissim qui aime ce qu'il fait, remixe différents titres de l'artiste, puis vient le moment où Offer lui demande de faire les voix pour quelques singles. Sortent par la suite The Chin song 2006, Beautiful eyes, et Night in white satin 2007, tous présents sur le double album d'Offer Nissim Tel Aviv, disponible actuellement. L'actualité d'Ivri est la sortie actuellement de son nouveau single en solo intitulé Jesse. A noter la présence d'Ivry Lider comme comédien dans The Bubble, sortie le 4 juillet. Vous pourrez le retrouver aussi sur la compil du film avec plusieurs titres.
    Ivri Lider (Hebrew : ??‘ ??™ ?œ ?™ ?“ ?, born February 10, 1974) is a popular Israeli musician and singer-songwriter who has won the "Male Singer of the Year" honor on all the major national and local radio stations and has sold over 160,000 albums. Ivri took his first musical steps while still in high school, when he joined a band called "Kach Ossot Kullan" (Hebrew for Cosi fan tutte), whose gigs included a performance at the legendary "Roxanne" club in Tel Aviv. A commission to compose music for "Kisses" and "October" for Anat Danieli's dance ensemble was followed by an invitation from Ohad Naharin to compose the music for "Kaamos" which Naharrin choreographed for "NDT", the renowned Dutch dance company. Ivri subsequently composed the music for "Z\NA", for the Batsheva Dance Company - considered his greatest achievement in composing music for dance companies. In parallel, Ivri signed a recording contract with Helicon Records and began working on his first album. His self-penned debut album Melatef Umeshaker (Caressing And Lying), produced by Yo'ad Nevo, was released in 1997. The singles "Leonardo" and "Tamid Ahava" ("Always Love") were instant radio hits and the album went platinum in Israel. Ivri's second album, Yoter Tov Klum Mi Kima'at (Better Nothing Than Almost), was released two years later. Again written entirely by Ivri, who this time co-produced with Nevo, the album included giant hits such as "Hultzat Passim" ("Striped Shirt"), "Hakos Ha'kchula" ("The Blue Glass") and the title track, "Yoter Tov Clum". The album again went platinum as well. Ivri's second tour, "Yoter Tov Clum Mikimat", ran for 150 performances and won many prestigious awards including "Performer of the Year", awarded at the Israeli Music Industry's "Tamuz 2000" ceremony. The success of his first two albums, established Ivri as an important singer-songwriter of the younger generation. The success of the tours that followed the release of each album established him as one of the most popular performers in Israel. In 2001, Ivri produced Sharon Haziz's third album, Panassim (Headlights), and wrote the title song, which features them singing together. January 2002 saw the release of Ivri's third album, Ha'anashim Ha'khadashim (The New People). This time, the production was a "solo run" for Ivri, who came up with an excellent new electronic sound. "Ha'anashim Ha'khadashim" produced a number of hits including "Batei Kaffe" ("Caf ?s"), "Al Kav Hamayim" ("On The Water Line") and a moving rendition of Ehud Manor's "Geshem Acharon" ("Last Rain") that was especially recorded for the "Shirutrom", the annual fundraising programme organised by the Galei Zahal and Galgalatz radio stations. The album was certified gold and over 30,000 copies were sold. It was around this time that Ivri Lider came to a major decision in his personal life, and decided to speak honestly and openly about his sexual orientation. He gave a cover-story interview revealing his homosexuality to Gal Ochovsky, of the daily newspaper Maariv, which attracted a lot of attention. During that same year, Ivri collaborated with Idan Raichel, who was at the time playing keyboards in Ivri's band. Ivri produced and arranged the song "Bo'i" ("Come") which became a huge hit for Idan Raichel. Ivri composed original music for the Eytan Fox & Gal Uchovsky film Yossi and Jagger. The soundtrack included a cover of Rita's hit "Bo" ("Come") sung by Ivri. This new interpretation received rave reviews and became one of 2003's most popular tracks on the radio. In addition to his "Ha'anashim Hachadashim" performance, Ivri also collaborated with the actress Meital Duhan. Their show Love and Sex During the Days of Awe combined music, theatre and recitation that were especially put together for this show. Ivri also published a book of poems he had written over the last decade. During the summer, Ivri toured with "Electro Live", a show in which he featured new treatments of many of his hits songs - with special "electronic" arrangements accompanied by innovative video art. To round out an amazing year, he received the "Lyricist of the Year" award from ACUM, The Israeli copyright collection society. In 2004, Ivri composed music for another Fox & Uchovsky film, Walk on Water, the soundtrack of which included a rendition of the classic Esther and Avi Ofarim hit "Cinderella Rockefella" sung by Rita and Ivri, as well as a remix of Ivri's "Mary La'Netzach" ("Mary Forever"). During 2004, he also collaborated with Gilad Shmueli, co produced Gilad Segev's debut album Achshav Tov (It's OK Now), and began working on his fourth album. After writing all the songs, he decided to perform them in front of a live audience before actually recording them. This he did within the framework of the "Ha'Psanter Me'are'ach" ("The Piano Presents") festival. Singing his new songs accompanied only by a piano, Ivri gave the audience a unique and intimate experience - an appetizer before the songs were arranged, produced and recorded for the album. Ze Lo Otto Davar (It's Not The Same) was released in February 2005 and immediately became a hit. In this album, Ivri decided to use the computer as a recording device only, and created a clean and completely different sound. An orchestra of 40 musicians played the stringed instruments that can be heard throughout the album. The result was apparent early on when the first single to be released, "Zachiti Le'ehov" ("I Was Blessed To Have Loved"), became an overnight hit. This was followed by "Nissim", "Lehavin Et Hamayim" ("Understanding The Water") and the album's title track. The album was certified gold within a month. The album was also released in a limited double CD pack together with a bonus CD called Fight !, including electronic versions of some of Ivri's hits such as "Bo", "Mary La"Netzach" and "Hultzat Passim". After releasing the album, Ivri launched the "Ze Lo Otto Davar" tour in which he was accompanied by nine musicians including a string quartet. The tour conveyed the atmosphere of the album, and included new arrangements of some of his hits. The first concert, which was held at the Tel Aviv Exhibition Centre in front of 4,000 people was later released as a DVD and a CD. The CD went gold within a few months. October 2005 saw Ivri winning the "Male Singer of the Year" honor from all the major national and local radio stations. Ivri has recently worked on the soundtrack of a new Fox & Uchovsky film, The Bubble, in which he also appears, giving a heartwarming rendition of the Gershwin classic, "The Man I Love". The film was released in cinemas in July 2006. VARIOUS ARTITS 1970-2007/LES DIFFERENTES REPRISES Eric Burdon and War (The Black Man's Burdon album, 1970) Giorgio Moroder (Knights In White Satin album, 1976) The Dickies (Dawn of the Dickies album, 1979) Elkie Brooks (UK #32 Chart Hit 1982) (Pearls II album, 1982) David Lanz (Skyline Firedance album, 1992) Glenn Hughes (Music for the Divine album, 2006) (Used in the movie Stealth ) Declan Galbraith on his album Thank You Il Divo (Notte Di Luce on their Siempre album, 2006) Deodato (Deodato 2 album, 1973) Sandra (Fading Shades album, 1995) Offer Nissim featuring Ivri Lider - Nights In White Satin (Offer Nissim Remix) THE ORIGINAL VERSION 1967 VERSION BY SANDRA ALBUM FADING SHADES 1995 SONG OF MUSIC IVIRI LIDER