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Just Say No, No GMOs!

by John Chapman & Regeneration Now Band

Chapman's compelling revolutionary pop song has flavors of 70's progressive rock, funk, fusion and rhythm and blues: powerful lyrical rap storytelling, catchy chorus hook and inspired guitar playing with world-class performances from all-star musicians.
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Download Just Say No, No GMOs! to Support Healthy Local Organic Food Systems, Earth Care and Social Justice!

50% of Your Download Proceeds are Donated to: Organic Food, Anti-GMO, Agroecology, Permaculture, New Economy, and Bio-Regional Localization, Environmental and Social Justice Organization!


Based out of San Francisco, CA. John Chapman and Regeneration Now Band blend high energy rock, funk, rhythm and blues, with fusion jazz and singer-songwriter folk. There world-class groove oriented music has revolutionary lyrical messages about food, health, humanity, economics, politics, love and life, courage and hope; empowering awareness, community, earth care and social justice.

What Bob Dylan, Santana and Steely Dan may have written had they collaborated on a song to protest against Genetically Mutated/Modified Organisms (GMOs); making a case for food, environmental and social justice. –Music Review

JUST SAY NO, NO GMOS! Words and music by John Chapman, ©2015 All Rights Reserved

Vocals, Guitars – John Chapman
Keyboards/Organ – Frank Martin (Stevie Wonder, James Taylor, Madonna)
Bass – Steve Evans (Chris Cane, Elvin Bishop, Ray Manzarek)
Drums/Percussion – Billy Johnson (Santana, Maze)
Tenor Sax – George Brooks (Etta James, Albert Collins, John McLaughlin)
Trumpet – Drew Cremisio

Tracking Engineer – Jared Havens
Mixing Engineer – Matt Wright
Mastering Engineer – Tim Gennert
Produced and co-mixed by John Chapman

Recorded, Mixed and Mastered at Prairie Sun Studios, Cotati CA

Song Overview: Just Say No, No GMOs! has a slick arrangement and chorus hook, engaging riffs and dynamics, hard hitting grooves, excellent musicianship and exciting electric guitar playing throughout.

Lyrics: Chapman's compelling, fiery lyrical critique of genetically mutated/modified organisms exposes the systemic harm GMOs cause wildlife, biodiversity, organic farms and farmers, our health and food system, economies, democracy and the DNA of all life; demystifying the agricultural, ecological, social, economic, technological and political forces that govern our most intimate and important relationship–food. The songs root message invites awareness and empowers us to build regenerative bio-regional communities where we practice earth care and reciprocity through organic agroecological food production.

John Chapman's music and messages draw inspiration from courageous creative musicians Bob Dylan, John Lennon, James Taylor, Marvin Gaye, Bob Marley, Neil Young, Don Henley, Joni Mitchell, Ani Difranco and others. John C's broader education has been greatly influenced by: Henry David Thoreau, John Muir, Wendell Berry, Masanobu Fukuoka, Sepp Holzer, Bill Mollison, David Holmgren, Jeff Lawton, Joseph Campbell, Howard Zinn, Noam Chomsky, Malcolm X, Vandana Shiva, Helena Norbert Hodge, Lierre Keith, Derrick Jensen, Chris Hedges and others.

Why Write a Song About GMOs? –The Big Picture About Food Justice!

I feel it's crucial to use music, art, theatre, film, writing and public speaking outreach to help the public better understand how large scale industrial agricultural monocultures and GMOs and infinite growth, no limit, accumulation, production for short-term profit sake "capitalism" attacks and degrades nature, wildlife, water, soil, land, human health, DNA of life, communities, culture and democracy.

How we hunt, gather, forage, cultivate, domesticate, raise, harvest, slaughter, distribute, market, sell, prepare, consume, allocate the surplus and spoilage of, and ritualize and celebrate food, literally creates the foundation of humans relationships with nature and one another. Our food defines whether we live in cooperation or competition with nature and one another, causing systemic regeneration or degradation, which supports localization or globalization, and defines what kind of governance, economies, technologies and ideologies we accept, support and enable.

Food is truly the lifeblood of humanity! If we are to survive, we must harmonize with nature, and not work against her. Therefore, it's up to all of us to take part in creating healthy local organic food systems to achieve a sustainable future!

Through organic bioregional agro-ecological polycultural agriculture and permaculture design principals we can produce food, fiber, fuel and medicine in ways that harmonize with natural systems, that create biodiversity and ecological resiliency and stability. Through healthy local organic food systems we can create polycultural economic and ideological possibilities where earth care and human reciprocity become our primary foundational cornerstones.

Learn More About GMOs
To find out more about why genetically mutated/modified organisms (GMOs) are so harmful to life and the future of humanity and evolution, visit the Institute For Responsible Technology (dot) org, Watch Genetic Roulette, or Seeds Of Deception.

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