Cecil the Lion was lured out of his protected territory and killed illegally in a “canned” hunt by a hunter who wanted nothing more than a trophy for his ego. Poaching and illegal hunting has become such a problem that it’s possible elephants and rhinos in the wild will go extinct altogether in our lifetimes.
RadHaus wants your help doing something about it.
We can’t all pack up and fly to Africa or India to save the critters. However, there is something that we as musicians can do: we can make music, donate our time and talents.
That’s how this project was born.
This compilation is a delicious mix of ambient, new age, world beat, and experimental music–there’s definitely something here for nearly every ear.
We hope you enjoy it!
Tracks donated by and copyright of the artists specified for each track. All rights reserved.
Album production by RadHaus
Rebekkah Hilgraves, Executive Producer
George Miler, Co-Producer
Luis Flores, Mastering Engineer
Cover painting by Thomas Jackson Park
Cover design by Archer Design & Marketing
Promotions and publicity provided by Sherry Finzer/RS Promotions
Additional social media assistance provided by Michael Jobborn — we are so grateful for all the time and effort you put into helping with social media sharing!
About the producers:
George Miler was a contributor and editorial board member for North American Review for ten years. He authored articles on cultural trends and branched out in more holistic directions that included international economics, trade policies, and crises. The time he spent in the John Glenn College of Public Affairs’ Washington Academic Internship Program made this natural, finding overspecialization to be too confining. George’s goal is to improve on the work of others by looking more closely at the impact of old paradigms on the natural environment.
“I believe the West is in a state of crisis now, characterized by a destructive use of natural resources that is hurting the quality of life for people in other countries. I believe we are seeing the consequences of that now with our economic and environmental crises here.”
Rebekkah Hilgraves is a 30-year veteran of both radio broadcasting/production and the performance stage, retiring from opera in 2012. She is also a marketing technology consultant and now turns her attention to activism and ways she can leverage her various expertise to help get important work done. She is the founder and chief broadcast engineer at RadHaus.