Keith Richards Playing For Change

I’m happy that the famous Rolling Stone KEITH RICHARDS joined the PLAYING FOR CHANGE project and played two songs together with that worldwide creative social network of musicians: “…in collaboration with Roberto Luti, Titi Tsira and a number of worldwide musicians on a rendition of his reggae song, “Words of Wonder,” off 1992’s Main Offender. This video also leads into a cover of Bob Marley’s “Get Up, Stand Up,” featuring Keb’ Mo’, Mermans Mosengo, Aztec Indians, Natalie Pa’apa’a of Blue King Brown, and Jamaican singer Sherita Lewis…”

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6 responses to “Keith Richards Playing For Change

  1. you have introduced to me so many wonderful types of music…and this was awesome!…thank you!


  2. Nice news. I just rejoined the #bringbackourgirls , not to forgive that in Nigeria, 234 school girls have been abducted by Boko Haram terrorists.
    The only chance for her is to share the informations, to make authorities move on the subject, in Nigeria, Europe, and everywhere.


    • it’s sad, all those religious and ethnic conflicts – but worldwide: the chance to enjoy school. especially for girls, is restricted too often… – my writing colleague in Calcutta, Rita Banerji, calls it femicide after the UNO didn’t allow her to call it genocide – but it’s a kind of genocide working vs. women nevertheless – they may call it as the like – but to change the dis-respect vs. women is the main goal (and the religions maybe are the reason for treating women with less respect = same problem for animals, by the way: they say there is no heaven for animals; I hope there is at least one for women);


  3. I love the Playing For Change project, we listen to them all the time. 🙂


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