DOWNLOAD FOR GOOD: Music That Changes The World is a star-studded digital music compilation which benefits the David Lynch Foundation–a non-profit educational organization founded by iconic filmmaker DAVID LYNCH. The music is available via the iTunes Store http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/download-for-good/id445954687 and soon will be in stores as part of a deluxe vinyl four-album box set.
DOWNLOAD FOR GOOD features 33 renowned artists from around the world spanning Pop, Latin, Electronic, Rock,World, Indie, Hip-hop and Classical who have come together to express their support for the foundation and its visionary director. Artists include Alanis Morissette, Amanda Palmer, Andy Summers (of The Police) with Geeta Novotny,Arrested Development, Au Revoir Simone, Band from TV, Ben Folds, Ben Lee, Carmen Rizzo with Grant-Lee Phillips, Dave Stewart (of The Eurythmics), Donovan, Iggy Pop, Maroon 5, Moby, Nancy Sinatra, Neon Trees,Ozomatli, Peter Gabriel, Pink Jaffee with Jakob Dylan & Daryl Hannah, Rodrigo y Gabriela, Slightly Stoopid with Don Carlos, The Charlatans and Tom Waits and more. For more information on DOWNLOAD FOR GOOD visit: http://davidlynchfoundationmusic.org/music/detail/download_for_good.
In September, Latin rockers OZOMATLI’s new single “Monster” hits the Top 10 (#10) position at radio on the Adult Contemporary Top 200 chart. The vibrant track–which shares the Top Ten with Adele, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry and Bruno Mars–is exclusively available now on the recently released star-studded premiere compilation CD from the David Lynch Foundation, DOWNLOAD FOR GOOD: Music That Changes The World.
“Monster” producer Tony Berg (Aimee Mann, Pete Yorn) said, “That Ozomatli should see radio success with ‘Monster’–a reflective song with a groove–under the aegis of the David Lynch Foundation–a reflective organization with a groove–is a wonderful thing. And makes perfect sense.”
All artists and label proceeds from DOWNLOAD FOR GOOD support the David Lynch Foundation. The David Lynch Foundation was launched six years ago to bring the stress-reducing, health-promoting benefits ofTranscendental Meditation® to underserved populations, including at-risk inner-city youth and U.S. veterans returning home from combat with post traumatic stress disorder, as well as Native Americans, the homeless and prisoners. To date, the David Lynch Foundation has provided scholarships for nearly 150,000 adults and youth to learn to meditate, eliminating the traumatic stress that undermines academic achievement and fuels substance abuse and violent behavior. Independent published scientific research shows that meditating individuals have better overall mental health and students have dramatically better test scores, grades and graduation rates, while dropout rates, suspensions, and expulsions greatly decrease. For more information, visit: http://www.davidlynchfoundation.org.
Altavoz Distribution is engaged in a P&D deal with the David Lynch Foundation and will be distributing the deluxe box set at the beginning of 2012.