Sounds of Freedom

Sounds of Freedom

Musicians on Spirituality & Social Change

Book - 2005
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Sounds of Freedom brings together some of the country's best-known musicians to share their thoughts on spirituality and social change. Laurie Anderson, the Indigo Girls, Michael Franti, Michelle Shocked, and seven other musicians from a wide range of genres discuss their motivations and commitments to peace, justice and happiness.

Never before have such a variety of recording artists--from Hip-Hop, punk, rock, jazz, and classical--appeared together in a single forum to openly discuss their experiences with social change and spiritual growth.

Sounds of Freedom provides a unique look at the personal and often private motivations of very public musicians.
Publisher: Berkeley, Calif. : Parallax Press, c2005
Berkeley, Calif. : Parallax Press, c2005
ISBN: 9781888375473
Branch Call Number: Performing Arts 780.03 Sou
Performing Arts 780.03 Sou
Additional Contributors: Malkin, John


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