The International Campaign for Tibet is supporting a new musical compilation entitled 'Songs for Tibet - The Art of Peace'. Now available through iTunes and retail channels worldwide, including Amazon.
As a show of solidarity with the Dalai Lama and Tibet, 20 artists have come together to release this historic double album to coincide with the Beijing Olympics.
Sting, Dave Matthews, Alanis Morissette, John Mayer, Suzanne Vega, Rush, Imogen Heap, Garbage, Damien Rice, Moby, Underworld, Duncan Sheik and many more have been brought together to create this album of 20 songs. The project is the artists' expression of peace and support for Tibet and the Dalai Lama.
idea of watershed has a great deal of pertinence to becoming a Buddhist
and following the path. It seems to me that the flow of dharma - or
the flow of one's own innate buddhanature - is like water. There are
obstacles, but eventually the water will find its way around them.
change of direction happens when you take refuge and become a
practitioner. For me, it's been about reassessing, reviewing and
reprioritizing everything in my life. It's been about revitalizing my
morality and my relationship to cause and effect, meaning what I do as
a person - with my body, speech and mind - and how it affects all other
beings. Each song is about my relationship to something, and it's also
about the cause and effect of each of those relationships." ::link
The 15th Century Rosslyn Chapel, about
seven miles south of the Scottish capital Edinburgh.....which featured
in the best-selling novel "The Da Vinci Code" has
revealed another mystery hidden in secret code for almost 600 years.
father and son who became fascinated by symbols carved into the
chapel's arches say they have deciphered a musical score encrypted in
The Stop Global Warming College Tour kicks off today April 9th at Southern Methodist University (SMU) in Dallas, Texas. Over the next two weeks, singer-song writer Sheryl Crow
and I (Laurie David) will visit ten universities across the Southeastern United States
in a bio-diesel bus, urging students to join the movement to stop
....The former Democratic presidential candidate had wanted to highlight
the need to address global warming by staging one of seven worldwide
"Live Earth" concerts on the National Mall in the U.S. capital on July
But two events already are scheduled for that day on the Mall
so Gore reached out to a close friend in Congress, Democratic Senate
Majority Leader Harry Reid, to use the front lawn of the Capitol ::read more
42 - not just The Answer but also the age of Top Of The Pops - and tonight we've just watched the last one. This show was so much part of my life when I was younger - it started when I was eighteen - though I have to admit that, in later years, there were some styles of music that I didn't like at all. Well, that's to be expected.