Between the laundry and doing the dishes, with a persistence that may be reminiscent of yoga practice, Alon Eder has released ten albums in 9 years. Maybe it has to do with the fact that he feels he has to balance every harmonious and complete album with one that is angry and filled with curses. In a meeting with Chef Hedai Offaim, while they make Greek halva with apples and raisins, Eder talks about the advantages of having feet on the ground compared to the wings of a bird, about constant edginess as spiritual work, and about the search for moments when the spirit controls the writing hand.
Ve'yesh tsippor bashamayim - And there's a bird in the sky
Words: Yehuda Amichai
Melody: Alon Eder