June 13, 2009
In the past 6 months or so I've started doing some work for a social-justice oriented, not-for-profit record label called Sweet Freedom. they've been around for a while with considerable success but they realised that they knew little about online sales and marketing, so they asked me to help ... I'm now Vice President.
Anyway, some years ago Sweet Freedom made two albums of songs written by asylum seekers in Brisbane about their experiences and hope for the future. The two CDs are wonderful blends of Western and other cultures' instrumentation, languages and sounds, and it's my pleasure to announce that they are now available on CDBaby: Scattered People and Normal Days. More releases are planned from Sweet Freedom's back catalogue.
I hope lots of people discover, buy, enjoy, promote and thereby support this wonderful initiative.Posted by Hughie at June 13, 2009 10:44 AM