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the AMADA project

by a breast cancer benefit album (music cd)

A collaborative project of over 50 Arizona composers, artists musicians, singers, songwriters, supporters, and friends, who have created an original benefit album to support and give voice to some of the real issues of breast cancer (>50%profits donated)
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Gonna Run, Kenn Harris
3:29 album only
2. The Kiss, Chris Burton Jacome
3:41 album only
3. My Amada, Ashley Westmoreland
5:09 album only
4. Lifeline, Jennifer Spector
3:41 album only
5. Butterfly, Tina Bailey
4:30 album only
6. Amada, Nicole Pesce
3:32 album only
7. Paradise Valley, Kenn Harris
4:39 album only
8. Dona Nobis Pacem, traditional/Ricci Wright
4:40 album only
9. Talk to Me, Wendy DuPont
3:55 album only
10. It is Well, traditional/Ricci Wright
3:45 album only
11. Doing Fine, Kenn Harris
7:02 album only
12. Stay, Tina Angotti
3:18 album only
13. Not Waiting, Eddie Elliott
3:15 album only
14. Sarabande en Ramav, Kenn Harris
4:35 album only
15. The Flowers, Nicole Pesce
3:53 album only
16. Trust is Coming Home, Gus Brett
5:00 album only
17. Partita in Bm , solo violin, Serabande, J.S. Bach, Rebekah John
2:51 album only
18. The Water is Wide, traditional/Kenn Harris
3:18 album only


Album Notes
Released 10 October 2004
74 minutes

There are about 5 copies are left for sale... out of an original run of 4000, many of which were donated to fundraisers...)
Amada ~ "the loved one" is a collaborative project of over 50 Arizona composers, artists musicians, singers, songwriters, supporters, and friends, who have created an original benefit album to support and give voice to some of the real issues of breast cancer. Artists: Kenn Harris, Chris Burton Jacome, Ashley Westmoreland, Jennifer Spector, Tina Bailey, Nicole Pesce, Ricci Wright, Wendy DuPont, Tina Angotti, Eddie Elliott, Gus Brett, Rebekah Johnson, and friends and supporters, ( featuring the project's studio musicians, E.J. Rodriguez... percussion, David Shoup... fiddle, Rachel Harris Mazzullo... cello, John Chodos and David Sorenson... drum kit, The Divinettes... Gospel Group, The "Elvis Chicks"... survivor choir, Kenn Harris acoustic guitar, and Nicole Pesce... piano, and organ, and Otis Francis... fretless bass, slide lead and rhythm electric guitars & backup vocals, David Tieman... bass & lead electric guitars, Anna Harris, Brock Cauldwell & Kali Ray Torres... back up vocals)Art Direction and graphic design by Dion Zeuss ( ecolingo.com ) Charitable business, and marketing consultant Jacob Harris.

:) E J is like famous( Jazz Passengers, Coffee and Cigarettes, and Rebekah Johnson has played Carnegie Hall, and Janet, is "the Gov" others are, locally famous in Arizona, or totally unkown amazingly talented singer, songwriters, and musicians!!!


A portion of all profits (minimum of 50%+) will be donated by the artists to support breast cancer awareness, screening, and research, as well as other bonafide charities, that try to repair the world.

The Clarence & Blue Recording Company,
Arizona, U.S.A.

The Amada Project
October 10, 2004 (official release date)

AMADA Compilation Album to Benefit The Susan G. Komen Foundation for Breast Cancer, and other charities.

When The Susan G. Komen Foundation's Phoenix Race Co-Chairs, asked Kenn Harris, a local doctor and musician, to create a benefit album for breast cancer research, Harris turned to fellow musicians, artists, and songwriters and posed the question "what would you say to someone you loved, who had breast cancer?" The result is The Amada Project, an uplifting breast cancer benefit album due out October 10th to coincide with the 2004 Phoenix Race for the Cure.

Amada, which means "the loved one" in Spanish, combines the talents of over 50 Valley musicians, artists, supporters, and friends, who contributed everything from their original songs and studio time, to the thoughtful package design and additional financial support for the cause. Even the Governor of Arizona, Janet Napolitano, herself a survivor of breast cancer, pitched in - she's the one playing the sports whistle at the beginning of track 1 "Gonna Run." This same song is also the backup music for all the Clear Channel Radio advertisements in the greater Phoenix area for The Race For the Cure.

A portion of all profits, will be donated to breast cancer awareness, screening, and research programs, and other bonafide charities.

For additional information, music, or interviews please contact music and executive producer, Kenn Harris or co-executive producers, and co-Chairs of the 2004 Race for the Cure, Joyce Battaglia and Christi Rich at kennharris@kennharris.com (623)933-3865.
inqueries re' use of the AMADA project CD for fundraisers for charitable/bonafide good causes of any kind are invited.
THE AMADA PROJECT a Breast Cancer Benefit CD with the goal of raising funds/awareness/dialogue for Breast Cancer Survivors and their families, friends, organizations, foundations and fundraisers. ANY bonafide charity that tries to repair the world is invited to use the CD, to help their efforts. CDs, may be purchased and at least 50% of all $$$ are given to charities( 50% to 90% thus far) Please contact kennharris@kennharris.com if interested in a collaboration with your organization. A certain amount of $$$ are needed to cover production/mailing etc... but this has been run from the beginning as a not for profit project. All the artists and supporters who created this, have believed in the goal to give something of meaning back... and have the music out there! The CD, can be used as event raffle items, door prizes/incentives or gifts to those who financially sponsor miles run or walked... etc. Proceeds from CD sales, and/or donations of the CD itself has been donated to the University of Arizona Cancer Center, Sharsheret in New Jersey for their Annual Benefit Luncheon, Sunday, May 7, 2006, Komen in Arizona, Phoenix Childrens Hospital, and to other non-Breast Cancer non-profit organizations, and programs. Attention of any Local or National Breast Cancer organization's inquiries are especially invited. Most recently, a friend Carol, is using these as fundraisers for the American Cancer Society in the East Valley.

Please consider checking the following book:

Not Just One in Eight: Stories of Breast Cancer Survivors and Their Families (Paperback)by Barbara F. Stevens (Author)

please see www.kennharris.com for other information
and for solo guitar albums please check...
and cdbaby.com/kennharris
and cdbaby.com/kennharris2

There are about 20 cds still available of a run of 4000. ( at least half of these went to charities/see notes, above...

thanks for checking this out...

be well, Kenn
5May2009 updated



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Nice sounds, nice cause!
Congrats on the job of this album! I have only listened to what you have here, and you know what? it make me feel taken to some other world, guitar playing in the second song is great and for me that´s the deepest thing, that magic felt betweend chords. Nice sounds and steps taken for such a great cause.