Playing For Change Album

I have a habit of adding songs that I’m interested in to my iTunes basket and waiting until I have a certain number of songs before I actually purchase them. That way I have the chance to go back and make sure I really want a song and am not just acting on first impulse. It doesn’t always work because I always end up buying songs some I soon tire of, but it’s generally proven to be an effective technique for me.

Old Girl of the North Country’s recent entry on The Traveling Wilbury’s got me browsing iTunes for other old songs I’d forgotten. After I’d added several songs I wanted, I reached the magic number of songs that triggers a purchase and proceeded to download fifty dollars in songs.

My favorite songs were on an album I’d added to the cart quite awhile ago after watching a Bill Moyer show that featured the director of Playing for Change.



The album includes a video of each song, and the video showing people all over the world playing the songs is much more compelling than the song alone so I’ve spent much of the day listening to the album.

Not only is the music great, but watching musicians from all over the world from all different economic levels sing together almost makes you believe that the world could become a better place.

2 thoughts on “Playing For Change Album

  1. Moyers strikes a chord in so many ways. He’s been strong and continues. We are lucky for his work; and I appreciate this connection you make because song is the conduit.kjm

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