Jane Alston will be releasing an EP entitled Century Of Dialogue on October 1st, named after the official song she wrote for His Holiness The Dalai Lama’s 2012 UK visit. The EP will be available at digital retailers such as iTunes.
Jane is a singer/songwriter with a strong social conscience; a modern day protest singer who yearns for a world that has made that quantum leap towards the spiritual evolution of our consciousness required for us to live in harmony with ourselves, with each other and with the natural world.
The EP is a collection of songs written about Tibet’s struggle for freedom from the oppression of Chinese Communist rule (Burning In The Mountains and The Dove, both commissioned by The Tibet Society), His Holiness’ teachings on dialogue as the only meaningful way towards the non-violent resolution of conflict (Century Of Dialogue) and the essential need for the preservation of Nature and the indigenous peoples of The World (Tiger Tiger and The Grass Is Greener).
This EP is the soundtrack for the radical shift in consciousness so many people are praying for and working towards, particularly in this most significant of years, 2012. Revolution through evolution…………..
All proceeds from the sales of this EP will go to three charities; The Tibet Society, Amazon Watch and The David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation’s Ban The Tiger Trade campaign.
Jane Alston, Century Of Dialogue EP, available October 1st on iTunes.
VIDEO: Jane Alston – Century of Dialogue
Century of Dialogue EP – coming soon