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The Heart of Santa Fe benefits Warehouse 21 in teens' memory

December 7, 2009, 12:00 am
By SFR Staff
HeartofSantaFeThe Heart of Santa Fe Press Conference

11 am-2 pm
Thursday, Dec. 10


Warehouse 21
1614 Paseo de Peralta

This Thursday, Dec. 10, Santa Feans will come together again in memory of the four teens killed in the DWI car accident on June 27. The victims are to be honored with the release of The Heart of Santa Fe, a 2-CD, 28-song collection from musicians all around Santa Fe. Proceeds from the sale of the CD will benefit the Warehouse 21 music and media arts programs, including a program that raises awareness about the perils of drinking and driving.

At a press conference, members of the media and the community are invited to come out to learn more about the CD from organizers and musicians and to hear Mayor David Coss designate Dec. 10, 2009 "Heart of Santa Fe Day."

Below the jump, check out a track listing of the collection. Styles run the gamut from salsa to jazz, and the contributors read like a "Who's Who" of the diverse Santa Fe music scene—and it looks amazing, in our humble opinion.DISC 1

1. Some Santa Feans—"Anything To See Them Again"
2. Ramon Bermudez Jr.—"On The Road to My Father's House"
3. Jono Manson—"Here Tonight"
4. Manzanares—"Vivir"
5. Matthew Andrae—"Here For A Moment"
6. Esteban—"Delirio"
7. CB McCarty—"Horse & Rider"
8. Jim Almand—"Gentle Mystery"
9. Lydia Clark—"Love One Another"
10. Billy D & The Hoodoos—"The Rest Of My Life"
11. Jack Clift & the Cedar Hill Refugees—"The Wife of Usher's Well"
12. Ronald Roybal—"Catching a Dream"
13. The Santa Fe All-Stars with Sharon Gilchrist—"Walker"
14. Some Santa Feans—"Anything To See Them Again (Live)"


1. Busy McCarroll—"Peace by Piece"
2. Jadoo—"Lament"
3. Lumbre del Sol—"Los Que Entienden Y Que No"
4. Doug Montgomery—"Midnight Prayer"
5. Sara K—"What Matters"
6. Jesus Bas—"Te Recordaré"
7. Chris Ishee—"Some of the Questions"
8. Mark Clark—"First Dance"
9. Sol Fire—"When You Say"
10. Laurianne Fiorentino—"Homeland"
11. George Adelo—"If I Could Just Call Heaven"
12. Nacha Mendez—"Al Pensar En Ti"
13. Robert Sequoia—"Remembrances"
14. Joe West—"Heaven"


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