Monday, January 26

"Let's Don't Worry"

Here is the second recording/flick with an addition of some new faces. That woman from Israel makes an impressive showing, even the chorus from Africa started smiling. I think the voices in general were blending much better than in the first project they did! I also like Dijango from Spain with his triangle and donuts on his head...





http://playingforchange.com - From the award-winning documentary, "Playing For Change: Peace Through Music", comes the follow up to the classic "Stand By Me" and the second of many "songs around the world" being released on CD/DVD in April, 2009.

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3 comments:

Before Sunrise said...

Beautiful, Zee, and because it is a great project I will not be angry that you beat me to it :)

Zee said...

Oh Sunrise, let's keep holding the torch!

Linda McGeary said...

I loved this song. What a remarkable work of unity in diversity. I've often thought the thing that could bring people together is music.

Politics and ideologies, not that there are inherently bad, but when desperately clung too, seem to cause no end to troubles. Instead of fostering a live and let live kind of world, they usually bring us on all side screaming, this is the way, the only way.

So it is nice to see so many work together to bring the world a song from many wheres.