Producer – Abi Ofarim, Ady Semel. Technician – Hans-Gerhard Lichthorn. The third part includes the LP. "Made in Germany" as can be seen from photos of the disc label. 99032 CDH, CDH 99032. Esther & Abi Ofarim. Up To Date (Cass, Album).
International Pop/Rock. Folk-Rock Psychedelic/Garage.
Esther Zaied, better known by her married name Esther Ofarim (Hebrew: אסתר עופרים; born June 13, 1941), is an Israeli singer. She came second in the Eurovision Song Contest 1963 with the song "T'en va pas", representing Switzerland. After marrying Abi Ofarim (born Abraham Reichstadt) in 1958 and for a full decade in the 1960s, she was half of the singing husband and wife duo, Esther & Abi Ofarim. After they divorced, the duo broke up and she undertook a successful solo career.
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Esther Ofarim (Hebrew: אסתר עופרים, born Esther Zaied, 13 June 1941 in Safed) is an Israeli female vocalist. She met Abi Ofarim, a guitarist and dancer, in 1959 and subsequently married him. With her husband and without him she began to sing Hebrew and international folk songs. In 1960 Esther got a small role in the film Exodus. In 1961 Esther won the Song Festival in Tel Aviv, where she sang "Saeni imcha bemachol" and "Neama".
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