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Various - Eurovision Song Contest - Best Of Israel's Kdam Eurovision 1978-1995 - Volume 2 album

Various - Eurovision Song Contest - Best Of Israel's Kdam Eurovision 1978-1995 - Volume 2 album

  • Performer: Various
  • Genre: Pop
  • Title: Eurovision Song Contest - Best Of Israel's Kdam Eurovision 1978-1995 - Volume 2
  • Released: 1998
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Description

The Eurovision Song Contest 1995 was the 40th Eurovision Song Contest and was held on 13 May 1995 in the Point Theatre in Dublin, Ireland. After winning the 1994 contest, RTÉ were worried about whether they could afford to host a third consecutive contest in 1995.

It took place in Dublin, Ireland, following Paul Harrington and Charlie McGettigan's win at the 1994 contest in Dublin, Ireland with the song "Rock 'n' Roll Kids". It was held on 13 May 1995 in the Point Theatre in Dublin, Ireland. The presenter was Mary Kennedy. This year's competition was the last with only one host until 18 years later in 2013 in Malmö, Sweden.

The Kdam Eurovision in short known as the Kdam was the Israeli national preselection of the Eurovision Song Contest. The competition was first introduced in 1981 and was discontinued in 2011. Israel has won the Eurovision Song Contest four times.

Israel in the Eurovision Song Contest. Israel has participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 42 times since making its debut in 1973. Israel was able to enter the contest as the Israel Broadcasting Authority (IBA) is a member organisation of the European Broadcasting Union, which is responsible for the event. Israel has won the contest four times, and has hosted the contest in Jerusalem twice in 1979 and 1999.

The Eurovision Song Contest 1995 was the 40th Eurovision Song Contest and was held on in the Point Theatre in Dublin, Ireland, a venue used a lot in the 1990s, due to Ireland's long set of wins. This year's competition was the last with only one host, until Petra Mede hosted in 2013 in Malmö, Sweden. This contest broke the chain of victories that Ireland had from 1992, 1993, and 1994.

Eurovision Song Contest 1995 result: Norway won with the song "Nocturne" by Secret Garden with 148 points. Date: 13 May 1995 Location: Point Theatre, Dublin, Ireland Broadcaster: Raidió Teilifís Éireann (RTÉ) Host: Mary Kennedy. Participants: 23; The 18 best from 1995, the 5 countries that were excluded from Eurovision 1994. Voting: Each country's jury awarded 12, 10, 8-1 points to their 10 favourite songs.

Israel made its debut in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1973 and it was the first non-European country that was granted permission to participate in the event. The EBU allowed Israel to participate since the country's broadcaster was already one of its members. Israel showed strong interest in the competition from the very beginning and it paid off very soon, as they managed to win for the first time, in Paris in 1978, with the song A-Ba-Ni-Bi performed by Izhar Cohen and the Alphabeta. At that moment Spain itself was in the lead, only 1 point ahead of Israel.

Category:Eurovision Song Contest. For this years' competition, see Category:Eurovision Song Contest 2019. eština: Velká cena Eurovize, též Eurosong je každoroční hudební soutěž pořádaná některými zeměmi Evropské vysílací unie (EBU). Latina: Eurovisionis Certamen Musicale (Anglice: Eurovision Song Contest ; Francogallice: Concours Eurovisión de la Chanson) est certamen musicale annuum inter nationes Europaeas anno 1956 creatum. Transmissum est in Europa et Australia. Slovenčina: Eurovízia je každoročná hudobná súťaž organizovaná Európskou vysielacou úniou (EBU), ktorej sa môže zúčastniť každý aktívny člen tejto únie (to znamená že je jej členom a zároveň je súčasťou európskeho vysielacieho priestoru, alebo členom Rady Európy).

Tel Aviv, Israel is the Host City for the Eurovision Song Contest 2019 - world's biggest music entertainment show reaching some 200 million viewers. CommunitySee all. 1,662,365 people like this. 1,633,401 people follow this.

Tracklist

1 Igal Bashan* Ten Li (Give Me..) 2:46
2 Anat Atzmon Ha-Tikva (The Hope) 3:04
3 Anat Atzmon Ba-Chalom (In The Dream) 3:02
4 Romi Ha-Lachmi Ech Ze Kore? 3:16
5 Ofira Yossefi Olam (World) 3:09
6 Gitit Shoval Shiva'a Kanim (Seven) 3:19
7 Shir Gruop* Shir (Song) 3:19
8 Sexta Noladeti La-Shalom (Born For Peace) 2:56
9 Hedva Amrani Salam Aleykum 2:59
10 Boaz Shar'abi* Ha-Leway (If Only..) 3:04
11 Haya Samir El Ha-Geula (Salvetion) 3:01
12 Shlomi Shabat Mi-Kaan (From Here) 3:00
13 Haim Moshe Le-Haim! (Cheers!) 3:15
14 Ronen Be-Hunker Yerushalem 3:08
15 Lea Lupatin* & Offer Levy Ha-Aretz Ha-Muvtachat 3:05
16 Hedva Amrani Sheynu Yachdav (The Both Of Us) 3:16
17 Anat Rekem Yalel, Yalel 3:02
18 4 Red Heart Hu Yavo (He Will Arrive) 2:59
19 Zvika Pik* Romantica (Romance) 3:31
20 Zvika Pik* Layla, Layla (The Night) 3:14
21 Rita Shvil Ha-Bricha (Runaway Route) 3:29
22 Tali Koren* Kmo Bridgite (Like Bridgite) 3:05
23 Yulia Tefila (Prayer) 3:06

Notes

"Eurovision Song Contest - Best Of Israel's Kdam Eurovision 1978-1995 - Volume 2"

23 songs from "Kdam" the national final in Israel for for the Eurovision Song Contest.

Track number - Year (Placing in the national final)
1 - 1981
2 - 1992
3 - 1989
4 - 1989
5 - 1991
6 - 1979
7 - 1987
8 - 1979
9 - 1978 (Shared 1. position, but was 2nd in the end)
10 - 1986
11 - 1995
12 - 1991
13 - 1986
14 - 1992
15 - 1995
16 - 1979
17 - 1983
18 - 1985
19 - 1982
20 - 1986
21 - 1986
22 - 1995
23 - 1995

Released by Taboo Records Inc., N.Y. NY. 11453.