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Music online to benefit Hawaii, Jamaica, and Africa. Click below to buy at iTunes and Amazon.com:


Surfing Medicine: Volume I. Click to buy on Surfing Medicine: Volume I - Various Artists and Amazon.com to benefit Hawaii, Jamaica, and Africa.

‘Surfing Medicine: Volume I’:

Featuring music from: Soul Vendors, Slightly Stoopid, brotha.deep, balam, The Pharcyde, John Butler, Jah Soldiers

Mastering: Rootstime Production
Technical Director: Melvin Hing
Cover Art: Matt Davidson

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CLICK ON THE IMAGE BELOW TO BUY THE ALBUM ‘STUDIO DRUMMIE ONE: LIVE FROM JAMAICA’

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Studio Drummie One: Live From Jamaica - Various Artists

Proceeds benefit Jamaica (50% goes to Surfing Medicine International 501(c)(3) to benefit educational projects in Jamaica, 50% goes to the artists on the album).

FEATURING MUSIC BY:

Joe Isaacs (aka Drummie One) (drums)
Earl ‘Chinna’ Smith (lead guitar)
Heptones (vocals)
Charlestown Maroon Drummers
Sonny Blackskin Washington Reese (vocals)
Mr. D (vocals)
hand drummers at Chinna’s studio: Bongo Joe, Saucey, Gayle, Cudjo, Bingiman, Ras Mikey
Ian Knight (bass guitar)
Michael Graham (big bass drum. Drums on ‘Jamaica Jam’ and ‘Message for Africa’)
Matt Nigro (Rhythm guitar ‘Children of Jamaica’)

and more…

Cover Art: Matt Davidson
Album Mastered by: Matt Nigro of Southside Burn
Earl ‘Chinna’ Smith’s Sound Engineer Inna de Yard: Clive Jeffrey
Film (coming soon) and soundtrack courtesy of: Surfing Medicine International & Shelley and Donald Rubin Foundation

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Click on the image to purchase the exclusive music video ‘Marlon Asher the Ganja Farmer Investigates Hawai’i’ at iTunes. All proceeds from the music video will go to investigate the effects of the helicopter eradication of Cannabis to Hawaiian people.

Art by Matt Davidson

Art by Matt Davidson

SURFING MEDICINE: VOLUME I & I COMING SOON…Proceeds generated by Surfing Medicine International from songs sold on CD and as mp3’s at Amazon and iTunes will go to the reputable traditional healers that work with our charity to plant, harvest, research, and educate about sustainable medicinal plant ecosystems, and provide these medicinal plants free of charge to people with cancer and HIV/AIDS in their communities in the Hawaiian archipelago, Jamaica, and Africa.

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