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Danni Bassan

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Years active  1981–1992
Genres  Rock music, Pop music
Associated acts  T-Slam
Role  Musician
Name  Danni Bassan

Danni Bassan
Occupation(s)  Producer Dubber(voice actor)
Record labels  Hed Arzi Music, NMC Music, Columbia Records
Similar People  Izhar Ashdot, Yair Nitzani, Gidi Gov, Danny Sanderson

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Danni Bassan (born 1955, São Paulo, Brazil) is an Israeli musician.


When aged 18, he was recruited to the Israeli Air Force Band. Bassan was known as a member of the band T-Slam, and was main vocalist in it until its disbandment in 1983. In 1985 Bassan released a self-titled album. His second album, HaYeled Shebi (The Kid Inside Me), was released in 1989. This album included the song Darkenu (Our Way, דרכינו) which later became a hit, as a theme for the Israeli TV-show HaBurganim. In 1992, his last album was released, Chalom Shiheha. Since T-Slam dissolved, Bassan worked at recording Jingles, commercials and dubbing.

With T-Slam

  • Radio Chazak - Loud Radio (1981)
  • T-Slam2 (1982, NMC Records)
  • LeAsfanim Bilvad - For Collectors Only (1983, CBS Records)
  • Solo Albums

  • Danni Bassan (1986, Israphone Records)
  • HaYeled Shebi (1989, Hed Artzi Records)
  • Chalom Shiheha (1992, Hed Artzi Records)
  • MeAz SheHitahavnu (2005, Hed Arzi)
  • References

    Danni Bassan Wikipedia

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