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Voices and Faces Project, Vol. 1
     

Voices and Faces Project, Vol. 1

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Product Details

Release Date:
10/31/2006
Label:
VOICES & FACES
UPC:
0616892835721
catalogNumber:
1

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Janet Beveridge Bean   Acoustic Guitar,Vocals
Joey Burns   Cello
Kelly Hogan   Vocals
Sally Timms   Percussion,Vocals
Eric Heywood   Pedal Steel Guitar
Neilson Hubbard   Track Performer
Matthew Ryan   Track Performer
Andy Hopkins   Guitar
Jon Rauhouse   Hawaiian Guitar
Tommy Connell   Guitar
Michelle Anthony   Piano,Vocals

Technical Credits

Freakwater   Composer
John Hiler   Producer
Kelly Hogan   Producer
Jon Langford   Engineer
Sally Timms   Producer
Mark Hoppus   Producer
Darryl Neudorf   Producer
Garrison Starr   Composer
Neilson Hubbard   Composer
Neko Case   Composer,Producer
Craig Schumacher   Producer
Matthew Ryan   Composer
Tucker Martine   Producer
Ken Sluiter   Producer,Engineer
Sam Coomes   Composer
Nora O'Connor   Composer
Jesse Sykes   Composer
Motion City Soundtrack   Composer
Michelle Anthony   Composer
Tom Brosseau   Composer
Barry Thomas Goldberg   Executive Producer
Martha Berner   Composer
Kenny Schnurstein   Executive Producer

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Voices and Faces Project, Vol. 1 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The Voices & Faces Project, Vol. 1 CD absolutely touches the heart and moves the soul. Not only is it chalked filled of some of the most gifted independent artists of our generation it uses the awe inspiring universal language of music in order to creatively assist in bringing about a positive and lasting change in the lives of countless of sexual assault survivors by raising awareness and funding for The Voices and Faces Project founded by the incomparable Anne Ream. My very favorite song, "White Lies," by the extraordinarily gifted Michelle Anthony tremendously resonates with the thoughts and feelings of a survivor and gives me, as a survivor myself, a feeling of great inner peace. Our A United Journey For Humanity community had the immense pleasure of featuring Michelle for her remarkable song as one of our "Creative Innovators Advocating A Global Difference." I cannot think of anyone that deserved the honor more!! I fully recommend that you buy this CD and listen to it for yourself. The artists and their music are truly SPECTACULAR!
Guest More than 1 year ago
It's not everyday that you find music, let alone musicians, that grab your attention on a deeper level. This compilation is one of the best I have heard in a long while. Not only are all the artists fantastic musicians with engaging varying styles and "up and coming" status, the feeling from the cd as a whole is inspiring. Sexual violence in today's world is not something that should be ignored, and this album is a testament to the fact that voices should be heard, and actions can be made. It is refreshing to hear an album that demands not only your ears, but also your attention and social awareness. The music on this album is not only pretty voices against twittering notes. It is not only an aesthetic, it is a wonderful display of people speaking up and inspiring others to speak up and listen too. Thanks to The Voices and Faces Project, music CAN change the world!