Do you believe that music is about more than just entertaining people and letting out your teenage angst? Do you believe that music can and should make a difference in people’s lives? Have you ever felt that your life has been changed for the better by a song? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then maybe it is time for you to Make Some Noise.
No we aren’t telling you to just start banging on pots and pans or blaring on the horn. We are suggesting that you may want to wander over to this site of Amnesty International and help make a difference. Make Some Noise is using music to make a difference.
Thanks to Yoko Ono, Amnesty International has the recording rights to John Lennon’s great song “Imagine”, as well as to his entire solo songbook. Together with some wonderful artists, the group aims to give everyone great music and bring about justice, equality and freedom.
Sounds overwhelming? Let’s keep it simple. They have an album with 7 tracks available for downloading. It contains the music of the Black Eyed Peas, Maroon 5, AfroReggae, the Cure, Jaguares, the Postal Service and Snow Patrol. The album costs a mere 5 pounds.
Your five pounds will go a long way to help amnesty international fight for human rights. You get good music and help make a difference. For most of us who are uncomfortable in rallies, this is perfect.
If you do want to take a more active part than just buying the album, check out their downloads section. You may find a banner, button or ecard to your liking. The group needs every bit of support you can give.
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