Various Artists - Delicious Peace: Coffee, Music & Interfaith Harmony In Uganda flac mp3
The songs in Delicious Peace: Coffee, Music & Interfaith Harmony in Uganda cover a variety of themes, including how and why to grow coffee, fair trade, interfaith cooperation, and peace Royalties from the sale of this recording support education for the children of the Peace Kawomera cooperative Track listing
Rabbi Summit, along with award-winning photojournalist, Richard Sobol, documented and produced Delicious Peace: Coffee, Music and Interfaith Harmony in Uganda, a CD and video for Smithsonian Folkways Recordings. The CD won the award for best Traditional World album from the Independent Music Awards. Additionally, he has recorded and produced a CD for Smithsonian Folkways Recordings entitled Abayudaya: Music from the Jewish People of Uganda, which earned a GRAMMY nomination for best album in the category of Traditional World Music
The inspiration for Delicious Peace: Coffee, Music & Interfaith Harmony in Uganda. Worse, in Moyo’s eyes, it has instilled a kind of continental passivity, undercutting entrepreneurial ambition. The Peace Kawaomera Co-op is made up of 750+ small-scale farmers and their families and has a strong leadership with all three faiths serving on the executive board. The songs in the Smithsonian Folkways collection are written and performed by the coffee farmers of the Peace Kawomera cooperative.
From the 2012 album, Delicious Peace: Coffee, Music & Interfaith Harmony in Uganda. The songs in this collection are written and performed by the coffee farmers of the Peace Kawomera (Delicious Peace) Fair Trade cooperative in Mbale, Uganda. Jewish, Christian, and Muslim farmers work together to overcome generations of conflict and poverty
The Smithsonian Folkways album "Delicious Peace: Coffee, Music & Interfaith Harmony in Uganda" features songs from members of the cooperative about their interfaith message. Main article: Hinduism in Uganda. Only . percent of Uganda's population are classified as "Other Non-Christians", including Hindus. Main article: Bahá'í Faith in Uganda.
Delicious Peace: Coffee, Music and Interfaith Harmony in Uganda (p. 272). DOI: 1. 921/yeartradmusi.
In the meantime, one of the leaders of the community, JJ Keki, had started an interfaith coffee cooperative specifically as a reaction to 9/11. JJ was staying in Boston days before 9/11. We put him on a train to New York the morning of 9/11 and he literally was walking up to the towers when the planes hit them. He became the Ugandan at the scene of the disaster and was interviewed by all of the Ugandan newspapers
His latest CD for Smithsonian Folkways Recordings, Delicious Peace: Coffee, Music & Interfaith Harmony in Uganda, has just been nominated for a best album Independent Music Award; one track, Get Up and Grow Coffee!, was nominated for best song. Summit first visited Uganda in 2000 when his friend, photojournalist Richard Sobol, lured him to Mbale to study the music of the Abayudaya, a group of Ugandan Jews who first converted to the religion in the 1920s. A CD that Summit recorded with them in 2003, Abayudaya: Music From the Jewish People of Uganda, was nominated for a Grammy. Summit explains that in Uganda, and much of Africa, music is used to educate. Literally, I got hip-deep in coffee production, he says.
Rabbi Summit, along with award-winning photojournalist, Richard Sobol, documented and produced Delicious Peace: Coffee, Music and Interfaith Harmony in Uganda, a CD and video for Smithsonian Folkways Recordings. Rabbi Summit’s talk will elaborate upon the moving story of Jewish, Christian, and Muslim farmers in Uganda working together to overcome generations of conflict and poverty and their use of music to promote economic justice.
|1||The Benefits of Coffee||Akuseka Takuwa Congo Group||4:23|
|2||The People of Uganda||Balitwegomba Choir||4:07|
|3||Get Up and Grow Coffee!||Peace Kawomera Jazz Band / J.J. Keki||3:34|
|4||Hit the Jerrycan!||Integrated Rural Development Support Programs Choir||5:26|
|5||In Uganda, Everyone Grows Coffee||Mbiko Aisa Farmers Group||4:18|
|6||Let Us Continue Farming||Paul Mugoya / Kasimu Namanyala||5:26|
|7||Construct a Processing Factory||Gumutindo Quality Choir||1:49|
|8||My Beautiful Wife, Come Back and We'll Grow Coffee||Peace Kawomera Jazz Band||5:13|
|9||Poverty is an Obstacle To a Good Marriage Masanda Group||Masanda Group||2:22|
|10||Let All Religions Come Together||Akuseka Takuwa Congo Group||5:12|
|11||Salaam Alaikum||Balitwegomba Choir||3:26|
|12||In Nangolo, We Are All Fired Up||Peace Kawomera Jazz Band / J.J. Keki||3:55|
|13||If You Are Stuck In Tradition, Change Will Not Wait For You||Gumutindo Women’S Group||2:00|
|14||The Bagisu People Have Brought Vanilla and Coffee||Matale Mirembe Vanilla Group||2:27|
|15||Educate Our Children||Balitwegomba Choir||4:10|
|16||We Have Improved Our Economic Status||Mbiko Aisa Farmers Group||4:29|
CreditsAkuseka Takuwa Congo Group - Primary Artist
Balitwegomba Choir - Primary Artist
Gumutindo Quality Choir - Primary Artist
Gumutindo Women’S Group - Primary Artist
Integrated Rural Development Support Programs Choir - Primary Artist
J.J. Keki - Primary Artist
Masanda Group - Primary Artist
Matale Mirembe Vanilla Group - Primary Artist
Mbiko Aisa Farmers Group - Primary Artist
Paul Mugoya - Primary Artist
Kasimu Namanyala - Primary Artist
Peace Kawomera Jazz Band - Primary Artist