Jesse Richards | One Earth

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One Earth

by Jesse Richards

An international grassroots movement to protect the earth is on the rise. Here are songs that fuel the momentum - songs that unite, energize, and inspire!
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. Green Nation
4:38 album only
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2. Eagle and the Condor
5:02 album only
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3. Earth: Something Worth Fighting For
5:19 album only
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4. Bird Thing
4:29 album only
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5. Cosmic Body of Life
4:36 album only
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6. Bleed
3:17 album only
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7. Zero Footprint Man
4:18 album only
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8. Vegan Cooking Club
5:34 album only
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9. Jane
6:22 album only
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10. Man in the Moon
5:38 album only
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11. Perfectly Beautiful
4:50 album only
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12. What Are You Waiting For
3:16 album only
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13. One Earth
4:50 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The CD begins with “Green Nation,” a shout-out to the emerging global community intent on stopping climate change. It closes with the title track – a love song for the planet. “Eagle and the Condor” is inspired by an indigenous healer’s visit to a mid-western college campus. “Bird Thing” looks at an oil spill through the eyes of a hungry seabird on the brink of diving for food. In “Cosmic Body of Life,” aka “You Think You'll Live Without Me,” the countless species threatened by the Sixth Extinction remind us that we won’t. “Man in the Moon” bears witness to earthly events from an unearthly perspective, while “Zero Footprint Man” celebrates a purposeful life that leaves not a mark on the planet, besides love. One Earth’s songs of unity, possibility, devastation, and hope, together create a musical road-map through the Anthropocene epoch. The album reminds us that miracles are possible when people work together for the greater good.

"In concert she moves freely between avant-rock, folk ballads, theatrical pop, and sonic explorations accompanied by the sounds of nature. Her voice has been described as a "musical treasure — octaves that stretch for days and a myriad sonic textures that shift seamlessly through her songs." - Kate Conner-Ruben

"Richards' music explores social change, spiritual awakening, animals and all things wild, and love in its myriad forms."
"Often brimming with wit, her songs irreverently skewer traditional boundaries of song-craft, exploring strange and wonderful image-scapes, and employing the richest and most unusual harmonies and rhythmic textures." - Ann Arbor News

Musicians performing on "One Earth" include:
Jesse Richards (Vocals, acoustic guitar, synth, percussion and piano)
Mario Resto (Electric and acoustic guitar, bass, percussion, and drums)
Geoff Michael (Bass on "Zero Footprint Man," additional guitar on "Perfectly Beautiful," drum sequencing, engineer)
Magdalena Marino (Violin on "Eagle and the Condor")
Jason Boekeloo (Bass, guitar, synth on "Bleed," "Jane," and the song "One Earth")
Matthew Steward (Drums on the song "One Earth")
The album was recorded at Big Sky Recording
Mastered by Jim Kissling Mastering



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