More Amazing Songs Recorded Through the World (Will Make You Smile Too)
Apr 30, 2009 17:29
Many of you asked if you could buy the goosebumping version of Stand By Me that we featured yesterday. Good news: It's out this month in CD and DVD, along with other amazing songs.
Stand By Me was only one of the songs in the album, which includes other tracks recorded using the same method: Starting with a base track, multiple musicians and singers add tracks in a virtual studio all around the world. The idea came out from the documentary Playing for Change: Peace Through Music. You can check more info about these in their web site. [Playing for Change—Thanks Oscar]
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