The unassuming Gerhson Kingsley, a German refugee raised on an Israeli kibbutz, scored an unlikely Top Ten hit in 1969 with ‘Popcorn’, an electronic melody written on a Moog synthesizer. In several countries it reached #1.
He released about 30 more albums, including one titled Shabbat for Today.
Wonder why it never caught on?
Maybe it was down to the preacher.