Daniel Redwood | Songs for Animals, People and the Earth

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Songs for Animals, People and the Earth

by Daniel Redwood

An eclectic blend of animal rights songs, mainly folk and rock.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. With Us Not for Us
2:57 $0.99
2. Sanctuary Song
4:04 $0.99
3. Justice
4:55 $0.99
4. Talking Vegan Blues
3:51 $0.99
5. Choose a New Story
4:25 $0.99
6. Song of the Worlds Last Whale
3:34 $0.99
7. Plant the Seeds
3:43 $0.99
8. Rise Up
3:28 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Praise for Songs for Animals, People and the Earth

“The peace movement has Phil Ochs and Pete Seeger; the animal rights movement has Daniel Redwood, whose songs of justice for animals are deeply moving and inspiring. I love this album and can’t wait for the next one.” ~Bruce Friedrich, Good Food Institute

“Daniel Redwood is the troubadour of the animal rights movement. He puts their plight, and their liberation, to music in a way that we can sing along until the world catches up that all creatures deserve compassion.” ~Victoria Moran, author, Main Street Vegan

“As the vegan movement gathers momentum, creativity and passion are blending to uplift and transform our culture. This is especially evident in Daniel Redwood’s album, Songs for Animals, People and the Earth. With heart-touching lyrics and seasoned musicianship, these songs are soulful anthems to an awakening consciousness of kindness for all living beings. Music has long been recognized for its power to stir feelings and galvanize social change, and this album goes a long way toward capturing and expressing the essence of the vegan movement’s ethos of compassion. A perfect gift for animal lovers of all kinds.” ~Will Tuttle, Ph.D., author, The World Peace Diet, recipient of the Courage of Conscience Award

“With the power and eloquence to transform hearts and minds on behalf of farm animals, Daniel Redwood sings deeply moving anthems for the animal rights movement. I highly recommend this album.” ~Gene Baur, President and Co-Founder of Farm Sanctuary

“This beautiful music and poignant lyrics are enough to melt anyone’s heart. Daniel has an exquisite sensitivity that comes through in every turn of phrase.” ~Neal Barnard, M.D., President, Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine

“Singing from the heart, Daniel Redwood lends his voice to animals with thoughtful lyrics that inspire compassion. His music offers melodies, along with a powerful message, that everyone can enjoy.”
~Erica Meier, Executive Director, Compassion Over Killing

“Daniel Redwood’s friendly voice and charming lyrics will entertain listeners while cultivating compassion.” ~ Jonathan Balcombe, author, The Exultant Ark and Second Nature: The Inner Lives of Animals

“How nice it is to hear songs so well-produced, with a wide choice of instrumentation and a full-bodied sound. Daniel Redwood has mastered a number of very different genres, which is pretty damn impressive in one album. I appreciate his wit and his earnestness in equal measure. It’s always tricky writing songs about animal rights without it sounding (a) preachy; (b) treacly; (c) maudlin; or (d) self-righteous. These songs deftly avoid these traps.” ~Martin Rowe, Publisher, Lantern Books

“This music is such a gift to all sacred life. The animals of earth have been singing to us for centuries. Now Daniel Redwood is singing to them and for them. The universal language of music has the power to elevate global consciousness and to help create the gentle, nonviolent, vegan world we want to share with all living beings. This transformative and heartfelt album is surely one of the most powerful tools we have to open people's hearts so that together we can sing a new song of peace for all and finally end the devastating war on animals. Please share these songs with everyone you know.” ~Judy Carman, author, Peace to All Beings, and co-author, The Missing Peace, co-founder (with Will Tuttle) of the Circle of Compassion



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