Music

Soundtrack to a revolution.

In Review :: YES! Picks - Music
Musical inspiration while putting out the fall '09 issue.
People We Love :: Waseem Mahmood
by Catherine Bailey
Music to end intolerance.
In Review :: YES! Music Picks - David Francey, Delcoa, Dark Was The Night
Musical inspiration while putting out the Summer 2009 issue.
In Review :: YES! Music Picks - Jackson Browne, Asa, Mary Gauthier
Musical inspiration while putting out the Spring 2009 issue.
No Wall Too Tall
by Raffi
No Wall Too Tall by Raffi
YES! Picks :: Music
Musical inspirations while putting out the Winter 09 issue: Joan Baez, Ferron, Songs For Tibet.
I Know I'm Not Alone
by Michael Franti
Michael Franti, musician and human rights worker, travels to Iraq, Palestine, and Israel to explore the human cost of war with a group of friends, some video cameras and his guitar.
YES! Picks
YES! Picks :: our musical inspiration while putting out this issue: Josh Ritter, Linda Thompson, and the Sierra Leone’s Refugee All Stars
People We Love :: Michael Franti
by Noah Grant
Michael Franti, frontman of the band Spearhead, advocates for social justice in his music.
In Review :: YES! Music Picks
YES! Picks :: Our musical inspiration while putting out the Fall 2008 issue: Jakob Dylan, Peter Buffett, Paul Galbraith.
People We Love :: Erica Wheeler
Erica Wheeler leads workshops that help people connect to the land.
The Great Correction Song
by Eliza Gilkyson
Song lyrics from Eliza Gilkyson, The Great Correction, written for "Last Sunday" in Austin, Texas
Derrick Ashong :: Sweet Mother Tour
Derrick Ashong, The 32-year-old Hip Hop musician, along with fellow members of the band Soulfège, founded the pop music and multimedia phenomenon Sweet Mother Tour, which has brought positive music, videos, and stories about Africa to 146 million viewers.
In Review :: YES! Picks - Music
Our musical inspiration while putting out the Spring 2008 issue: Brett Dennen, Give Us Your Poor, Butch Hancock.
People Taking Charge :1: Hip Hop: “Voice of the Voiceless”
Hip Hop is right at home being the voice of the voiceless. It takes a "we don't need permission" attitude. Includes video of Rebel Diaz and music from Foundation Movement.