Absolute Music - Volume 1 (Staff Charity CD)
Our very own home-grown album featuring songs from members of staff at Absolute Music. Proceeds go to the charity Music For All.
- Original songs by members of Absolute Music
- 11 tracks in total
- Various genres
- Proceeds go to the Music For All charity (registered charity number 1055371)
- Please consider donating more to Music For All using the dropdown above
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The Absolute Music Volume 1 CD features songs from members of the Absolute Music team, and has been put compiled in aid of the Music For All charity.
The Beach Bar - The Urban Roots remix ft. Annalie
Cook / Johnson / Hennessy / Axon / Binns. Produced by Dean Hennessey, ©2011
Rising Up – Blue Mode
Scott Russell / Richard Malpass / Mark Norrie, bass player – Richard Malpass, ©2001
Free - Mad Dogs
Shepherd / Tim Way - Featuring Robin Whitnell on Bass Guitar ©2016
Will Travel – Will Travel
Richard Bottom / Rufus Biggs, from the forthcoming Will Travel album, ©2016
Picture Yourself - Glory Days
Simon LeFevre / Keith Macfarlane, drums & co-production Austin Lane, FM Revolver Records ©1992
Kamikaze Dream - The Longest Day
Dan Henry / Lee Williams / Longest Day, from the album A State of Indifference, ©2010
Attack On Mars - Girl Interrupted
Sloyan / Baxter, drums performed by Andy Joy, from the forthcoming Attack On Mars album ©2016
Lazy Dogs – Bug
Richard Malpass / Bob Smith / Craig Collinson, bass player – Richard Malpass, ©1996
Mr Bling - Mad Dogs
Shepherd / Tim Way - Featuring 'Jabba' on lead vocal ©2016
Palest Boy at School - |bleiki|
Written and performed by Chris Blake, ©2016
Monotone – Marc Haynes
Written and performed by by Marc Haynes, from the EP Monotone, ©2016
The people behind Music For All are musicians, involved in the musical instrument industry or both. So they really know first-hand what an amazing affect making music can have on people's lives. They see everything from disadvantaged young people blossoming at school through to older adults discovering music sometimes for the first time, much later on in life. MfA firmly believes that everyone should have the opportunity to learn to play music. Sadly, many people are not fortunate enough to have access to musical instruments or ways to help them to learn and discover. This is where the charity comes in.
For every pound MfA raises, the musical instrument industry donates £2. This generous support spans across the music industry and includes MfA's biggest supporter, the NAMM Foundation in the US, and are also fortunate to have a wide range of musical celebrities endorsing the charity. Please help Music For All in any way you can so that they can continue to bring the magic and joy of making music to more and more people in the future.
Music For All - mission statement:
In the UK we're continuing to face increasing social challenges, such as an ageing population and growing diversity within our local communities. Getting involved in music can present a wealth of opportunities – helping us to break down barriers: providing a variety of educational opportunities as well as helping us to find ways to integrate many diverse and minority groups positively into our society.
Playing a musical instrument can provide a real sense of personal achievement or could allow parents to experience that unique feeling of pride – hearing and seeing their children perform. At MfA we're passionate about helping people to find ways to understand and experience the enjoyment and benefits of playing music.