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Avi Belleli

Avi Belleli
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Israel
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Avi Belleli was born on October 27, 1963, in Givatayim, Israel. He has been the lead vocalist and bass player of the Tel Aviv-based rock band Nikmat Hatraktor (The Tractor's Revenge) since its formation in 1988. He also produced soundtracks for theater, film and television. He has composed music for the Batsheva Dance Company and Haifa Theatre, and produced film scores for Broken Wings and Betipul.
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http://www.avibelleli.com
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Avi Belleli — Strawberry Cream and Gunpowder Avi Belleli — Strawberry Cream and Gunpowder
(Ad Hoc no#, 2007, CD)
The Tractor's Revenge — Le'an Holchim Pitom Koolam (Where Did Everybody Suddenly Go) The Tractor's Revenge — Le'an Holchim Pitom Koolam (Where Did Everybody Suddenly Go)
(LA4 Records LA 10528, 2002, CD)
Avi Bellili — The Power of Balance Avi Bellili — The Power of Balance
(LA 4 Records LA-10527, 2002, CD)
The Tractor's Revenge — Othello The Tractor's Revenge — Othello
(Musea GA 8623.AR, 1999, CD)

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