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Yitzhak Klapter - Biography


  • In 1963 started playing guitar.
  • In 1965 left school.
  • Founded the band 'The Churchills'.
  • In 1972 joined the band 'Apocalypse'.
  • In 1973 he joined 'Kaveret'.
  • The band was signed by Aberaham Deshe (Pashanel).
  • On November 1973 the album 'Poogy Tales' was released.
  • In 1974 'Kaveret' participated in the Eurovision contest with the song 'I Gave Her My Life'.
  • The album 'Poogy In A Pitah' was released.
  • In 1975 the album 'Crowded In The Ear' was released.
  • In 1976 Kaveret moved to the USA and toured.
  • Kaveret split up.
  • In 1979 he joined Shlomo Yidov and Shem-Tov Levi and released the album 'Tuned Tone'.
  • The song 'Tuned Tone', written by him, was part of the soundtrack of the successful movie 'Dizengoff 99 Street'.
  • Released the album 'Fragile' with Arik Einstein.
  • In 1981 released his first solo album 'Yitzhak'.
  • In 1982 released the album 'Sittin' On The Fence' with Arik Einstein.
  • In 1984 released the album 'Alone'.
  • 'Kaveret' reunited again and toured.
  • An album documenting that tour was released.
  • In 1985 he wrote the soundtrack of the movie 'Ad Sof Halaila'.
  • In 1988 released the album 'Holding On'.
  • In 1990 'Kaveret' reunited for the last time. The show was called 'Kaveret Returns'.
  • A film called 'Kaveret - Pictures From The Band's Life' was made by Zvi Shissel.
  • In 1993 released a 'best of...' album named 'Yitzhak, Alone, Holding On'.
  • In 1995, on November 12th, in a concert in honor of assassinated prime minister Yitzhak Rabin, all kaveret's members but Meir appeared together on stage and performed an acoustic version of 'Little Kingdom'.