Buskers Around the World Unite and Jam

Playing for Change

A documentary about street musicians around the world looks like it’s going to be amazing if it spawns something like this, in which a musician in Santa Monica lays down the main track and then buskers around the world join in and jam out on Ben E. King’s “Stand By Me.” Ken shared this via Twitter and it is fan-freaking-tastic.

Direct link for the feedreaders.

The CD/DVD is available for pre-order here for $9.99. And I can’t wait to see it. Their website is here. And I’ve embedded the trailer below. Enjoy.
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  • Great video. Credit has to go to the “hidden musicians” too, the ones you don’t hear. The producers, directors, engineers, mixers and technicians. Whoever engineered the sound and then mixed all those various, world-spanning performances together into a cohesive whole did a great job. Wow. That could be one guy, or it could be several dozen. Just wow. Good stuff.

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