FAQ: How do I request a song?

Q. I don’t see the song request button in Chavah. Where is it?

A. It’s the to the left of the play button.

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Click that button, and then type the name of a song, artist, or album:

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Click the song you’re looking for, then click the ‘Request’ button:

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You’re done!

Chavah will play the song instantly for you. Other people listening to the station will hear the song request as soon as their current song finishes.

(p.s. Don’t like a song that someone requested? Thumb it down. Chavah will play something else for you, and the next time that song is requested, she’ll skip sending it to you.)

(p.p.s. Looking for a song, but don’t quite remember the name? This is a great way to find it. Just type anything you do remember about the song, whether album, artist, or name (even if incomplete) and Chavah will do her best to find it for you.)

Comments

  1. can you put some songs from les morrison on?

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  2. Shalom, Jordan,

    We don't currently have any music from Les Morrison. I'd like to. We'll get his on the to-purchase queue.

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  3. Do you have Children of Promise by Maria Merola?

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  4. I'm afraid I don't have any of Maria's music. I know Maria, so feel free to send her an email and tell her to send her music over if she'd like it played on Chavah.

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  5. I'm on it. Thanks for your great site...please never go away ;-)

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  6. Thanks! We plan on being here for a very long time. :-)

    Shalom.

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    1. Praise G-D! I was told about you a while ago.. I am a Messianic Believer who has only found out about her Jewish Heritage living in Buxton Derbyshire UK one of only a very few in a town of 22,000 people I really enjoy listening to you as when I am struggling the music lifts my spirit. thank you so much and PLEASE don't go away Shalom.

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  7. Will you be getting the new song, "Coastlands", from Teshuva. You have some of their songs, so just wondered if you'd be getting "Coastlands". It has AWESOME lyrics! Toda raba!

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  8. I'd love to. I'll put it on the ever-growing "music to get on Chavah" list. :-)

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  10. Can you add the artist Boneh and his "Covenant Worship Project" album to the Chavah list?

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  11. I would really like to hear some of MiYahs songs. Her album is roar.

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  12. Hi there! I know they're Jewish, and not messianic, but Yonina is great. They do a song with anna RF called "called you zion" that I'd love to hear on the station. Shalom and blessings!

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  13. YHVH is Your Name by Mishkanim from their Restoration album. Love the song. Would like to see it added to those played on Chavah.

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    1. Shalom,

      We've already got Mishkanim's Restoration album on the station. You can listen to it here.

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  14. Shalom,

    Boker Tov! We enjoy the various songs you play. It shows that they are reaching and ministering to a variety of people. Out of curiosity, why do you have the dislike button, when the listener has the ability to skip that song and go to the next song?

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    1. Thanks for the kind words about Chavah.

      Dislike button is there to let listeners tell Chavah the stuff they don't like. For example, maybe it's not their style of music, or they don't like traditional prayers or chants. It can be a variety of things.

      Thumbing-down the song signals to Chavah that you don't like that song. If you thumb-down a lot of songs from a particular album, Chavah is less likely to play other songs from that album. Ditto for song tags; suppose you thumb-down songs tagged "divine name" -- well, Chavah is less likely to play other songs with that tag.

      And of course, if lots of users thumb-down a particular song, and few thumb-up it, Chavah realizes it's not a popular song, and is less likely to play that for new listeners.

      Hope this helps.

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