S4G Charity label releases new Computerchemist track on compilation

//www.computerchemist.com/wordpress/wp-admin/post.php?post=405&action=edit&message=6San Francisco based fund raiser record label “Sound 4 Good” today released their latest compilation album “The Human Condition – Dedications to Philip K. Dick” exclusively through bandcamp, a popular music download site. All proceeds from the sale of this album will go to the American charity “The Hospice Foundation of America”. Your donation of any amount over $1 to help support this cause would be greatly appreciated.

http://sound4good.bandcamp.com/album/the-human-condition-dedications-to-phillp-k-dick

The only inclusion criteria for the release was that it should be a brand new composition which reflected some aspect of the prolific sci-fi writer Philip K Dick – whether that was something about the author, his books or his characters was left up to the contributing artist.

In total, 44 artists made a contribution to the album who were accepted, and well done to them all!

I’m especially honoured to be one of those, with my specially composed track “The Pink Beams of Light, He Said”.

Special thanks must be extended to Jack Hertz who is a very nice bloke and responsible for the S4G label, with his sole mission to make the world a better place with music. While you’re at the S4G site why not help make a difference and look at some of their other charity releases too?

 

– Dave Pearson

 

 

 

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