Playing for Change Various Artists, Higher Octave Music, 2005.

musrevuplayingforchangeStroll the avenue, pause a moment, savor the music and then toss a few dollars into the busker’s hat. If you’ve never heard a street musician, Playing for Change brings this unique form of entertainment to your doorstep. Recorded on the streets of Los Angeles, New Orleans and New York City, this Bluesy, brassy sound showcases the impromptu side of performance, whether it be through traditional instruments or a simple washboard. So take a step outside, and enjoy the music. —Sandy Whiting

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