Friday, 20 February 2009

Dark Was The Night: A Red Hot Compilation

We heard the growth of AIDS spreading are increasing enormously and as unfortunate to speak, the numbers are growing as we speak. And to curb this, random organisations from parts of the world are doing what they can afford to lend their support in reducing the numbers of this disastrous event.

Specifically, we have always love the idea of showing support through music, and flashing back the years behind, we have seen a lot of artists and musicians lending their support to pump the funds.

Dark Was The Night is a compilation album headed by the Red Hot Organisation, an international charity roof dedicated to raise fund for HIV and AIDS through popular culture. The album features 31 new exclusive tracks by some of the finest acts in the music scene.

They include Andrew Bird, Antony (Antony and the Johnsons), Arcade Fire, Beach House, Beirut, Blonde Redhead, Bon Iver, The Books, Buck 65, David Byrne, Cat Power & Dirty Delta Blues, The Decemberists, Aaron Dessner, Bryce Dessner, Devastations, Dirty Projectors, Kevin Drew, Feist, Ben Gibbard, Grizzly Bear, Iron & Wine, Jose Gonzalez, Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, Kronos Quartet, Stuart Murdoch, My Brightest Diamond, My Morning Jacket, The National, The New Pornographers, Conor Oberst, Riceboy Sleeps, Serengeti, Dave Sitek, Spoon, Sufjan Stevens, Gillian Welch, Yeasayer and Yo La Tengo.

Released on February 16, the double-disc album was produced by Aaron and Bryce Dessner.

Once again, together we can change the world...

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