VOICES FOR TOLERANCE The Album,
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Following on the heels of the success from our first album, Voices For Peace, the Voices For organization is proud to announce the release of their follow up album, Voices For Tolerance.
Voices For Tolerance is intended to promote acceptance and diversity through out the anime community and the world at large.
Tracks will include covers of:
- All the Same
- Do You Realize?
- Ich Bin Ein Auslander
- One of Us
- and others
- PLUS! A new original song, Could Be An Angel, by Vic Mignogna (Full Metal Alchemist, DNAngel).
Vocals for Voices for Tolerance are performed by Greg Ayres (Beck, Nerima Daikon Bros), Chris Ayres (Gantz, Speedgrapher), Chris Patton (Full Metal Panic, Kanon), Brittney Karbowski (Full Metal Panic, Kanon), Mike McFarland (Beck, Full Metal Alchemist), Tiffany Grant (Evangelion, Full Metal Alchemist), Carli Mosier-Faigen (Nerima Daikon Bros, Magikano), Amanda Winn Lee (Gunsmith Cats, Evangelion), Brett Weaver (Macross, One Piece), and Voices For Founder and former anime director/producer/artist, Jan Scott-Frazier.
Music for the album was performed by Dale Tippett, Jr., Jon Sugerman, Rich "#4" Aszling, Justin Smith and Augustin Jaramillo. Additional music tracks were supplied by Mike McFarland (Chile, Black Boys on Mopeds), PLID (People Are People), and Vic Mignogna (Could be an Angel).
Doug Smith (ADV, Studio Ironcat), Steve Bennett IV (Studio Aoyama, Studio Ironcat), and and Kevin Bolk (Interrobang Studios) are once again supplying artwork for the album. Joining the artistic ranks for the Tolerance album are Max Vitaly Lorenzo and Alicia Vogel (Aikido Al).
Proceeds from the album will go to the Southern Poverty Law Center and ActionAid International USA.
Voices For, a non-profit organization, is a collaborative effort founded by Jan Scott-Frazier in the hopes of bringing attention and support to vital and socially-responsible organizations around the globe. Through organizing the efforts of artists, performers and other members of the anime industry, Voices For will serve the needs of local as well as international efforts towards peace, health, tolerance and recovery.