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BURMA'S REVOLUTION OF THE SPIRIT

A NATION'S NONVIOLENT STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM

Alan Clements

CD Cover for Burma's Revolution of the SpiritAudio from a two-CD set from 2008 containing radio interviews with Alan Clements, as well as a reading of his preface to the 2008 edition of Aung San Suu Kyi's book 'The Voice of Hope: Conversations with Alan Clements' - first published in 1997 on New York's Seven Stories Press.


Disc 1: Radio Interviews

   
Time   
Segment Featuring
0:00 A Nation Under Seige Music by Joe Smellow
2:41 A Revolt of the Soul Music by Joe Smellow
4:22 Aung San Suu Kyi and Sangha Chanting of Burmese Nuns
6:48 A Revolution of the Spirit Music by Intext
9:21 Burma - A Land of 50 Million Hostages Music by Jeffrey Hellman
12:32
Standing in Solidarity Music by Jeffrey Hellman
13:46
A People's Revolution Music by Jeffrey Hellman
15:15 8.8.08 Music by Joe Smellow
17:23
Burma - The Next South Africa Music by Joe Smellow
20:10
Standing Up for Human Rights Music by Andy Phillips
21:50
Speak Up Music by Intext
24:12
Revolution Rising Music by Intext & Joe Smellow
27:56
People's Uprising Music by Joe Smellow, mixed by Jeffrey Hellman

Disc 2: Preface to 'The Voice of Hope'



Spoken by Alan Clements with musical soundtrack by Jeffrey Hellman.  Featuring Sara High Speiser & Joe Smellow.  Mixed and produced by Jeffrey Hellman.  Musical Compositions and spoken word content copy written by Jeffrey Hellman and Alan Clements, 2008.  Produced for free distribution, only.  Please spread the revolution.  Thank you.
 

This CD set was produced to freely download and distribute to support the release of Aung San Suu Kyi from house arrest and the liberation of Burma from the cruelty of dictatorship.  It was created as a World Dharma-Burma Project USA/Canada initiative.
Support: www.worlddharma.com

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