Singin’ on Sunday: Playing For Change

Playing For Change: Song Around the World “Let’s Don’t Worry”

Playing For Change
January 21, 2009

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. Featured is an incredible track written by Pierre Minetti performed by musicians around the world adding their part to the song as it traveled the globe. This video and “Stand By Me” will be available at iTunes 1.27.09 while other songs such as “One Love” will be released as digital downloads soon; followed by the film soundtrack and DVD in stores on 4.18.09.

“Let’s Don’t Worry” can be downloaded here 1.27.09.

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Thanks to Jeff SegalThe Rag Blog

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1 Response to Singin’ on Sunday: Playing For Change

  1. Refreshing post; as a life-long musician, I know it’s very hard for anyone who loves music to ever mount a hate against much of anything; somehow the joy of singing or playing a musical instrument just quiets the anger and any urge to inflict hurt.

    I’m not a Christian, but I did spend years in church – singing; playing the organ and piano, and I can certainly see why the church incorporates music as part of the service – it just soothes the soul; you simply can’t help but smile and feel like you can ‘go another day’ if you’re depressed or weary.

    I do wish for a return of the kind of music that inspired me, so it could also encourage my grand-children….

    Thanks, Richard.

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