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Ori Dagan: Less Than Three

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Actually, the album’s title is <3, the emoticon that symbolizes the heart. Love is indeed abundant across these 10 tracks, extending from the ancestral pull of "Eretz Zavat Chalav" and the companion plea for peace "Nu Az Ma?," penned by Dagan, to the irresistible pulchritude of "Sweet Georgia Brown" and tender devotion of Elton John's "Your Song." Amor even figures into the peppy "Googleable," a paean to the search engine's ubiquity; it includes the fact that googling "love" nets two trillion results.

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