From deep in our human experience — times more ancient than history — people have shared warmth, safety and community around the campfire. Now, as the isolation of the pandemic winds down, we feel a need to once more build our fire. So, we light the flame and sing out a call for all to step into the circle — to push back the night and learn again that which is to be cherished.
Musicians in order of appearance:
Nitaa-Nagamokwe, Lyz Jaakola
Produced by Timothy Soden-Groves
Associate Producer Leslie Black
Campfire Song written by Mothy Groves
One Love written by Bob Marley
Many thanks to the friends and family members who inspire us, hold cameras and sit at the campfire by our side. You are the music.
Through this present darkness may your campfire always shine brightly. Please consider a generous gift to these trustworthy world relief organizations:
Doctors Without Borders — www.doctorswithoutborders.org
World Food Programme — www.wfp.org
In this way the warmth and light of your fire will be shared with those in great need.
~ The musicians of Song From the North Country
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