Garth Hewitt and Paul Field travelled to India in March 2001 and visited Christian Aid partners 'Activists for Social Alternatives' (ASA) in Tiruchirapalli, Tamil Nadu and 'Prajwala' in Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh. They also visited the Dalit Resource Centre at Tamil Nadu Theological Seminary in Madurai and met with the Director of the Board of Social Ministry of the Church of South India (CSI), the Director of CSI's Synod department of Dalit and Adivasi concerns and the General Secretary of CSI in Chennai
Garth Hewitt and Paul Field travelled to India in March 2001 and visited Christian Aid partners Activists for Social Alternatives (ASA) in Tiruchirapalli, Tamil Nadu and Prajwala, in Chittoor, Andhra Pradesh. They also visited the Dalit Resource Centre at Tamil Nadu Thdological Seminary in Madurai and met with the Board of Social Ministry of the Church of South India (CSI), the Director of CDS’s Synod department of Dalit and Adivasi concerns and the General Secretary of CSA in Chennai.
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This album used live recordings of Dalit drummers in support of the Dalit's or 'Untouchables'. In 2004, one of Paul's children's songs. Surrounded by his love". Design with Paul Field "Invisible Fire" (1988, Krea Holland). Garth Hewitt and Paul Field "The Dalit Drum" (2001, Christian Aid).
Garth Hewitt and Paul Field. The Dalit Drum (2001, Christian Aid). The original recording of the song, also sung by Richard, featured on the musical's soundtrack album Hopes & Dreams: A New Musical For A New Millennium released in January 1999. Controversy began even before the single was released
25 April at 10:25 ·. I’ve been encouraged by Palestinian voices who have expressed appreciation for this song on youtube - because the words were sparked off by our Palestinian friends. Many of you will be thinking of going on the March in London on May 11th - and I’ve thought of entering this for Eurovision!! youtube. My Name Is Palestine - Garth Hewitt. I was in Banksy’s Walled Off Hotel in Bethlehem where there is a gallery for Palestinian. 13. 5. The Dalit Drum - Behind The Album.
Garth Hewitt artist profile. Garth Hewitt: The globe-trotting troubadour in Bethlehem, Palestine Paul Calvert of Radio Hayah spoke to singer, songwriter and author GARTH. Chartist Hymns 1845 hymnbook inspires latest Garth Hewitt album. Justice Like A River Kevin Mayhew release Garth Hewitt's 'Justice Like A River' album. Hewitt Leaves Charity Christian Aid sees the departure of Garth Hewitt. Two For Touring Artists Garth Hewitt and Paul Field are touring UK with a project titled 'The Dalit Drum'
Paul Field has been in demand as a producer and arranger. He has also provided backing vocals for various acts, including Cliff Richard, Rick Wakeman, Gloria Gaynor, Phil Everley, Paul Jones, Amy Grant, Lesley Ashe, David & Carrie Grant, Chris Rea, Andraé Crouch, Jessy Dixon, Katy Melua and the Archbishop of Canterbury. Garth Hewitt and Paul Field.
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|1||Shadows Of The World
Vocals – Abi Hewitt
|2||Dance Away The tears|
|3||He's Holding On|
|5||Raise The Flag
Vocals – Rubita Ajanthakumar
|6||I Am The Drum|
|8||Caste Out Caste|
|10||One Of Us|
Vocals – Cliff Richard
- Producer – Paul Field
- Vocals, Guitar – Garth Hewitt, Paul Field
NotesFrom the sleeve notes: The dalits were formerly known as ‘the untouchables’ – victims of a caste system that considers them as ‘outcastes’. They have chosen to call themselves the ‘dalits’ from the Sanskrit meaning crushed, oppressed or broken. The drum or ‘Thappu’ has become a symbol of liberation for them. This album tells of their struggle for justice and dignity and their journey towards human rights.
CD contains a mini documentary of the Dailt Drum in form of a video clip (8min 3secs 352x288 VCD resolution) and a 5Mb PDF entitled "TheDalitDrum.pdf"
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