Fran Avni - The Seventh Day mp3 album
- Performer: Fran Avni
- Title: The Seventh Day
- Genre: For children
- Formats: MMF WMA MOD TTA VQF VOC APE
- Released: 1984
- MP3 album: 1672 mb
- FLAC album: 1953 mb
- Rating: 4.1/5
- Votes: 912
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|A1||Once Upon A Time||2:16|
|A2||I Cannot Wait||2:38|
|A3||Always Room For More||2:28|
|A5||The Shabbat March||2:28|
|A6||Yom Ze L'Yisrael||1:08|
|B1||Let's Take A Sabbatical||2:17|
|B4||Down In The Garden||2:58|
|B6||Do You Remember?||2:54|
- Bass, Acoustic Bass – Peter Kisilenko
- Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Banjo – Howard Forman
- Piano, Synthesizer – Luc Gilbert
- Trumpet – Serge Choinière
- Vocals, Arranged By – Fran Avni
- Written-By – Jackie Cytrynbaum (tracks: A1, A2, A5, A8, B5 to B8)