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Music Producer YOUTH & Daniel Morrell (Inventor Of The Term Carbon Neutral) Unleash A Special Remixed Version Of "Little Fluffy Clouds" By The Orb
To kick off the global foundation CHANT on 21.12.2012, Internationally renowned music producer and remixer YOUTH (U2,The Verve, Primal Scream, Bloody Beetroots, McCartney etc.) and Alex Paterson from legendary Ambient house titans "The Orb" have remixed their Top 10 UK Hit, Little Fluffy Clouds for FREE download at www.globalchant.com.
The song has been re-recorded and remixed with voices recorded at the recent United Nations climate talks (COP18) in Doha by CHANT co-founder Daniel Morrell, the creator of the term 'carbon neutral.' A group of volunteers from more than 60 countries including Venezuela, Ecuador, Canada, the United States and Suriname chanted together to form a new musical bed to the song.
The entire human family will be engaged in the search for the lost chord of harmony with nature.
This ambitious musical project requires people from around the world to choose a cause, listen to the note representing the cause, and record onto their phone. They then upload onto the CHANT website. This eventually would become part of a huge global mashup containing many millions of voices which, according to legend may reveal the mythical 'Lost Chord." Youth and Dan have initiated the quest to find this "lost chord."
They will produce beautiful and harmonious epic mashups and distribute them , to raise money and awareness for projects for global charities. CHANT's hope is that other artists will pick up on this idea and weave the CHANT material into their own music, which then can be used to raise funds for the causes that people chanted for.
Each cause has a color and each color corresponds to a musical note.
HEALTH - C
HUMANITY - D
SUSTAINABILITY - E
FORESTS - F
WATER - G
ATMOSPHERE - A
ANIMALS - B
Starting this Friday 21st December cornerstone events will be taking place in seven continents to highlight the seven key causes that CHANT has identified and will be supporting throughout 2013 and beyond. The 21st of December is the culmination of a twenty-six thousand year cycle and the beginning of a fresh, new epoch. Says YOUTH, "It is the simplicity of this idea that makes it so beautiful to work with. The human voice is a powerful manna medicine for the world right now. Chanting creates magic, community and enchantment. Every voice counts, and when sung together with thousands of other voices from all over the world, when it is focused on creating a sustainable future...anything is possible!"
An Amazonian musician, composer and poet in Manaus will lead a shamanic flash mob at the mouth of the Amazon; children will be CHANTing on the beach in the Maldives; an oceanside CHANT will take place in California; there will be forest CHANTing in woodland in Japan and CHANTing in a village in the Indian Himalayas; a CHANT at Stonehenge in the UK; and a chant in Byron Bay in Australia and finally 2 events are in planning in Kenya and Antarctica. CHANT encourages individuals, friends, families and others to get involved in the world's first global choir. Your voice is uploaded to our server as a vocal signature. The note you chant will be gifted to musicians who will make beautiful music with this, and the sale will generate funds for the cause that you chanted for. CHANT will update you on your cause as it evolves.
Join in with the CHANT global party this Friday, 21 December, by choosing a cause and chanting the note into your cellphone. Simply upload it to the CHANT server. This is a particularly powerful moment to give your voice as we enter into a new epoch. So please join us at 21:21PM this Friday.
For further information, interviews with Dan and YOUTH please contact:
Suzanne Noble at Stunning PR, Tel: 07957 371840, firstname.lastname@example.org