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Musicians for Oil Relief is Melodic Revolution Records 3rd Charity release on its new imprint charity label There Is Hope Records. We all heard and were deeply saddened by the Gulf Oil Disaster as it affected many US coastal regions especially hard hit areas like Louisiana, who has experienced much hardship in the last few years.

Musicians for Oil Relief is another wonderful release to help those in need; human, flora and fauna alike, affected by this horrific man-made disaster. At the moment there are only plans for this digital release with proceeds being donated to Charity via Music for Relief.

We hope you enjoy the music.
MUSICIANS FOR OIL RELIEF FEATURES
Steve Shannon - No Where... Now Here The Coustics - For A While
Maggie Seligman - Of Our Time
Carmella Inchierchiera - Homeless, Hungry, Crying in the Rain
Phil Naro - I Know What It's Like
Jim Crean - Collen
Allison VonBuelow - Broken
Hyacintus - Sacred Sound
David Kelly - Secrets
Oracle - Kings Of Future Past
Sahara Rain - Black Gold
Drawzznikk - Maybe
Sonic Rebellion - No End In Sight

The cd can be previewed and purchased HERE

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