Sing Out for Seva

Sing Out for Seva

     
 

Sing out for Seva is a charity album for the Seva Foundation that compiles highlights from the foundation's benefit concerts in Berkeley, California, over the years. All 12 featured artists are somehow associated with West Coast folk- and blues-rock, if not part of the Grateful Dead or CrosbySee more details below

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Sing out for Seva is a charity album for the Seva Foundation that compiles highlights from the foundation's benefit concerts in Berkeley, California, over the years. All 12 featured artists are somehow associated with West Coast folk- and blues-rock, if not part of the Grateful Dead or Crosby, Stills & Nash themselves. Consequently, the album has a nice, laid-back feel, which compensates for the lack of any real surprises. The only unexpected turns are Bob Weir's cover of "K.C. Moan" and Mickey Hart's "Luna," but that's to the album's benefit, since these songs fit nicely next to staples by Arlo Guthrie, Bruce Hornsby, David Crosby and Graham Nash, Phil Lesh, Jorma Kaukonen, Maria Muldaur, Dan Bern, and Mickey Hart. It's not an exceptional effort, but it's certainly not bad -- and it's a nice way to contribute to the Seva Foundation.

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Product Details

Release Date:
10/12/1999
Label:
Arista
UPC:
0078221406727
catalogNumber:
14067

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Charlie Musselwhite   Track Performer
Arlo Guthrie   Track Performer
Mickey Hart   Track Performer
Bruce Hornsby   Track Performer
Jorma Kaukonen   Track Performer
Graham Nash   Track Performer
Bonnie Raitt   Track Performer
Bob Weir   Track Performer
Maria Muldaur   Track Performer
Dan Bern   Track Performer
Wavy Gravy   Track Performer
David Crosby   Track Performer
Ramblin' Jack Elliott   Track Performer
Phil Lesh   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Jorma Kaukonen   Composer
Steve Stills   Composer
Paul Kantner   Composer
Luigi Creatore   Composer
David Crosby   Composer
Howard Danchik   Engineer
Hugo Peretti   Composer
Paul Stubblebine   Mastering
George David Weiss   Composer
John Goodhue   Contributor

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