Earthworks: The Heritage Action Fundraising CD
Heritage Action fundraising CD: 'Earthworks'
A twelve track CD, released to raise funds for Heritage Action. Heritage Action was formed in 2003 by 'ordinary people caring for extraordinary places', in response to the neglect of the ancient prehistoric sites of Britain and Ireland.
Covering an eclectic mix of musical styles, the CD features both established and unsigned artists who care about our ancient heritage. From gentle acoustic to banging techno, ska to spacey jam, ambient to indie guitar and folk/dub to funk.
01. Tex la Homa - The Circle (Dub Mix) 03.34
02. Tarantism - Bless My Friends 04.41
03. Silverspace - Salsify 08.29
04. Rebelation - Politrics 03.44
05. Zone Fluffy - Chumblefunk 09.00
06. A Show of Hands - Crooked Man (Live Version) 03.55
07. Twin Hazey - Awaiting The Arrival 03.18
08. Subgiant - Solstice Morning 05.11
09. Zion Train - Zion High (Banco de Gaia remix) 06.30
10. Celtica - UFS 23 07.12
11. X03 - Procession to the Omphalos (World Tree Mix) 05.55
12. Judge Tev - Yer all Gonna Die 03.14
The CD can be ordered from the Heritage Action online shop at http://www.heritageaction.org for £8.99 + P&P.
We would like to say a heartfelt thanks to all the artists who contributed to this CD for free. All profits from the sale of this CD will go towards helping to run Heritage Action (a not-for-profit voluntary group), and fighting to stem the tide of destruction facing our ancient heritage.
Heritage Action is a rallying point for anyone who feels that society is deaf to the threats to heritage places, especially the most threatened of all, our most ancient sites.
We want to help individual voices to be heard loud and clear by the public, the media and the authorities.
We believe that this generation holds its heritage in trust for future generations and we should never break this trust. From this comes our single purpose — to build a powerful voice for action on all threatened heritage places.
We aim to promote an appreciation of the value of these places, highlight threats to them, and encourage the public to become involved in responsible but vigorous action to preserve them.
Each individual threat needs publicity and, if necessary, pressure on site owners, commercial interests, local authorities, and heritage bodies.
For more info about Heritage Action and our campaigns, please visit our website at http://www.heritageaction.org
Source: Heritage Action
Posted by Kozmik_Ken
8th April 2005ce