Rock Review Records proudly presents the benefit album entitled ‘Give Peace a Chance’ to raise much needed funds for the many Ukrainian families driven from their homes who, thanks to the kindness of the people of Sussex, have found sanctuary in Chichester where our fulfilment centre is based.
‘Give Peace a Chance’ features a powerful series of songs each of which is a unique take on the music of the Beatles concerning themes of loss and peace.
The lead single from the album is a powerful version of the John Lennon song ‘Give Peace a Chance’, a heartfelt plea for peace and an end to the madness of war.
This wonderful creation is a collaboration performed by the recording artists signed to Rock Review along with people of Sussex and the Volya Choir.
The Volya Choir, is a Ukrainian Choir conducted by Irena Voyt, formed by the ladies fleeing from Putin’s war currently based in Chichester and the surrounding towns who were driven from their homes by Putin.
The album also features Rock Review recording artists SINFÖNICCA performing ‘Bountiful Day’ with all proceeds going to benefit Ukrainian families in Chichester.
‘Bountiful Day’ is a symphonic rock version of the traditional Ukrainian folk song Shchedryk, known in English as “The Little Swallow”. Shchedryk is a shchedrivka, which encapsulates a message of hope for a better future with the coming spring.
£5 from every CD or Download sold goes straight to help the Ukrainian families.
1. Give Peace A Chance
3. Eleanor Rigby
4. Octopus’s Garden
5. A Day In The Life
7. All My Loving
8. With A Little Help From My Friends
9. Across The Universe
10. Because - Performed by The Radio Science Orchestra
11. Bonus Track - Bountiful Day (Shchedryk)
Check out the promotional video for Give Peace a Chance below: