Playing For Change

I’m a great fan of the PLAYINGFORCHANGE project, such a good concept and so many wonderful musicians! Very cool for example: Robert Luti (Italy) on his rusty resonator guitar, often collaborating with him: Tula (Tal Ben Ari from Israel):
Roberto Luti

Tal Ben Ari "Tula"
Roberto Luti and Tula inspired me to pick on my guitar TEACH YOUR CHILDREN (thanks for support to a bass player from Argentina):

Glenn P. from Florida kindly added his vocals and message:

now
enjoy the magic of Tula and Roberto, watching the vimeo video:
teach your children

from Tula’s my space website:
https://myspace.com/talbenari/video/let-s-don-t-worry/26539235

let’s don’t worry from TAL BEN ARI on Myspace.

one love

redemption song

About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

10 responses to “Playing For Change

  1. Playingforchange is such a great concept. I especially love the collaborations on Bob Marley songs. Music all around the world, however and wherever you can, what could be better.

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  2. a very nice concept. Thank you to share….I hope all musicians will always be free to play songs like that without paying anything to the majors. 😉 http://icezine.wordpress.com/2014/01/23/liberte-en-baisse/

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  3. I listened to them and they’re great! Love the concept

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  4. you should check out Mike Del ferro, though he specialises in classic piano

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  5. Nice that musicians are using their talents to spread peace around the world. Music IS a universal language. Thanks Frizz. I enjoyed the videos.

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  6. Pat

    I too love Playingforchange.

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  7. I love the PFC project and have fun sharing their CD’s as gifts. Thanks for spreading the word today. 🙂

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  8. Love Tula’s voice *chills*
    thanks for the information about PFC project.

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  10. today I’m learning:

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