This album is a download only and exclusive on Bandcamp.
All profits for this album will be donated to:
All tracks are submitted for free
with kind permission by the artists.
'Musicians have come together to contribute their talents to a cause that we all find to be dear to our hearts, the people of Yemen and their wellbeing. The people of Yemen have been exposed to the horrors of war, one that has raged on for the last five years. As a result of the war, the country’s infrastructure has been dismayed, with the majority of the civilian population left exposed to hunger, disease and homelessness. We all need to do our part to assist those in need. We offer these recordings as our way of helping. With the purchase of our album, all proceeds will be contributed to two charity organizations that are working on the ground in Yemen, Mercy Bakery & SaveTheChildren.org
You will be able to enjoy our music of love with the knowledge that you brought some comfort to a Yemeni caught in this senseless violence.' (Jamal Najjab)
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Reviews / quotes:
A gorgeous collection of music from artists who have donated their music to assist people on the ground in Yemen.
As you’re probably aware the people of Yemen have endured five years of war decimating the country’s infrastructure and leaving the majority of the civilian population exposed to hunger, disease and homelessness. Not to mention the dangers of COVID-19.
It was compiled by Dutch sound artist and composer Michel Banabila, who has enticed everyone from Rutger Zuydervelt aka Machinefabriek to Anne Bakker, Rapoon, Pierre Bastien, Christine Ott, Radboud Mens, Stijn Hüwels and even Cyclic Defrost web editor Peter Hollo (Raven) to contribute pieces. There’s some really great music on here. Particularly from artists we’d never heard before. (Bob Baker Fish)