Released: January 1, 2004.
Assaf Amdursky (Hebrew: אסף אמדורסקי; born January 30, 1971) is an Israeli singer, songwriter and music producer. Amdursky began his career in Israel with the band "Taarovet Escot", which also included Amir "Jango" Rusianu and Yirmi Kaplan. Together they released one album in 1991. The band soon broke up, and all of its members pursued solo careers. His first eponymous solo album was released in 1994.
Assaf Amdursky-15 Minutes (SaBBo/Obas Nenor Remix) אסף אמדורסקי 15 דקות. 15 Minutes // אסף אמדורסקי - 15 דקות. elah bloch - asaf amdursky. asaf amdursky - my intimate room. Et Dire Qu& La Croyait - Assaf Amdursky.
Silent Engines, the third album of Assaf Amdursky Syntz perfectly between rock and roll guitars that brought home an exciting and innovative electronic adventure. During the three years of slow cooking, Amdursky and his co-authors Ronen Bar Horin, Yuval Uri, Moshik Kop and Ohad Kusky are traveling among studios in Tel Aviv, looking for the perfect dose between a warm and moving sound and a strong statement. Many of the songs were written and composed during the recordings. Silent Engines has since starred in the important album charts and maintains its status as a mandatory album for all music lovers in Israel. In 1999 Amdursky published his album Menoim Shketim (Silent Engines) with the hit songs 15 minutes and Khalom Kehe, which featured a recorded monologue of the late musician Inbal Perlmuter. During the mid-1990s, Amdursky moved to the United States to pursue a DJ and dance music production career. He teamed up with Friburn & Urik to produce a remix for their debut single You Got My Love on Sub Culture Records. With production partner Omri Anghel, he formed "Hard Attack
CreditsAsaf Amdursky - Primary Artist
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|2||My Intimate Room||Asaf Amdursky|
|3||Dark Dream||Asaf Amdursky|