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Published on Feb 18, 2008
Chocolate Menta Mastik performing "Emor Shalom" ("Say Hello"), the Israeli entry at the 1976 Eurovision Song Contest.
One of my personal favorites from that year, a wonderfully playful, wittingly old-fashioned number with a flawless performance by the three girls of the group. Note that the one with the long black hair in the middle is Yardena Arazi, who'd later become one of Israel's biggest stars, even having a much-publicised rivalry with the country's other platinum-selling artist, Ofra Haza. Yardena would also return twice more on the ESC stage, as the contest's co-host in 1979 and - again - representing Israel in 1988.