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Foreword by Neshama Carlebach / Preface / Acknowledgements / Introduction / Bibliographic Sources
Chapter 8   Israel
1. Israel Discovers Dancing Rabbi (1959–1966)
2. I Heard the Wall Singing (1967-1968)
3. Carlebach and the Hasidic Song Festival  
4. Jerusalem and Migdal (1969–1973)
5. Aftermath of the Yom Kippur War (1973–1975)
6. Moshav Me’or Modi’im (1976–1979)
 7. Israel As A Second Home (1980-1994)
Chapter 9   Lifting the Iron Curtain
1. Am Yisrael Chai, SSSJ, and “White Fire” Jews (1965–1988)
2. Jewish Music Tour in Russia (September 1989)
3. Love and Hope in Poland (January 1989)
Chapter 10   Jewish Renewal in the U.S.
1. World Symposium for Humanity December 1976
2. Jewish Renewal in the Pacific Northwest
3. Influence on Jewish Renewal Rabbis
Chapter 11   Global Rebbe
1. Marriage and Daughters
2. Blossoming Career (1974–1980)
3. Loneliness and Innovation (1980–1983)
4. Reorganization (1983–1988)
5. Global Wide-Reach (1989-1992)
6. Empowerment and Rabbinic Ordinations
(1976–1992)
Chapter 12   Last Two Years
1. Traversing the Continents (1993–1994)
2. Eulogies (October 1994)
3. Germination of a Movement
Chapter 13   In Conclusion
1. Who Was Reb Shlomo?
2. The Foremost Songwriter in Judaism?
3. Appreciating or Deprecating?
4. A Modern Day Baal Shem Tov?
5. Rebbe of Love, Appreciation, and Holiness
6. In the Eyes of His Followers
7. The Legacy of Reb Shlomo
Timeline
Bibliography
Sites Accessed
Discography
Index of Carlebach Songs
Index of Names
Index of Places
Chapter 1   First Influences
1. Lübeck and the Carlebach Rabbinical Legacy
2. Baden (1931–1938) and Lithuania (1938)
3. Brooklyn (1939–1945)
4. Manhattan (1946–1951)
5. Hasidic Influences (Bobov, Modzitz and Chabad)
Chapter 2   Launching an Outreach Career
1. Hasidut in America
2. Mission Defined (December 10, 1949)
3. Co-Emissary Reb Zalman
4. Right Hand of the Seventh Rebbe (1950–1955)
5. From Chabad to Independent Outreach
Chapter 3   Singing Rabbi Becomes Famous
1. Guitar-Playing Rabbi 1956–1958
2. Launching a Musical Career, 1958–1959
3. First Two LP Hits, 1959–1960
4. Musical Career Takes Off in the Early 1960s
5. Europe in the Early 1960s
6. Next Four LP Records 1963–1967
Chapter 4   Holy Hippies Discovered
1. Berkeley Festival, July 4th Weekend 1966
2. Love, Psychedelics and Hippies in San Francisco 1967
3. Planning The House of Love and Prayer (1967-1968)
Chapter 5   The House of Love and Prayer
1. First House, Arguello Blvd (1968–1970)
2. Second House, 9th Ave. (1971–1978)
3. Experiences of HLP Participants
4. Six HLP Marriages
5. Spiritual Directions after HLP
Part B   The Impact
Chapter 6   Getting High at the HLP
1. Lord Get Me High and Return Again
2. Neo-Hasidic Hippie Values
3. Friendliness and Communal Life
4. Purification, Healing and Paradise on Shabbat
Chapter 7   Outreach and Wide-Reach
1. Reb Shlomo’s Expanding Career (1966–1969)
2. Holy Man Jam and Meeting of the Ways (1969–1972)
3. Outreach, Inreach and Wide-Reach (1970–1973)
4. Yogi Bhajan, Sufi Sam and Swami Satchidananda