The Generosity Water Project | Various Artists

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The Generosity Project | Various Artists

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Last year, it rained all summer long in Boston and I complained about it every day. I needed the sun to enjoy the ocean. Today, while drinking ice cold water, I complained of the high and humid temperatures. It was slowing me down from enjoying my vacation. The Generosity Water Project album however, put things back in perspective. It reminded me of some basic facts. While I am busy complaining, there are thousands of prayers streaming from people in other nations. They are praying for rain, praying for a drop of clean water and praying for a life that’s about to be lost to a waterborne disease. 

The Generosity Water Project music album is a project that has brought together world class musicians to lend their artistry for a great cause. Singing water themed songs we are all familiar with, artists such as Queen Latifah, Darlene Zschech, Kirk Whalum and Jonathan Butler came together to help bring clean water to those in need in developing countries.

We often wonder how we can help, here is your chance. When you buy this album, 100% of the proceeds go towards funding the clean water projects. When you buy this album, you will hear beautiful renditions of songs you may have forgotten for example ‘Many Rivers to Cross’ by Jimmy Cliff performed in this album by Steve Lukather, ‘Love Is the Seventh Wave’ by Sting played by Kirk Whalum and ‘Washing of the Water’ by Peter Gabriel sang by Arnold McCuller. When you buy this album, you get the satisfaction of doing something good.

The Generosity Water Project music album is a must buy. The album is timeless and every dime spent on it will speak calm to your soul. For more information, please visit 

Susan Mutharia
The Urban Music Scene

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