Joy of Sound recording projects made by session participants, volunteers and associated musicians, producers and sound artists.
Katie arrived at JOS in 2016 and we soon realised that she is a naturally gifted singer songwriter, so we asked if she would like to write a song about her experience, and to share how it feels to volunteer at JOS
Katie’s song â€˜It Ainâ€™t Necessarily Soâ€™ is the result. It emerged as a collaboration with JOS volunteers and participants at our Portobello Road workshops.
The tracks below are from our CD recorded at St Peterâ€™s Church
This album embodies Joy of Soundâ€™s exploration of Sonic Arts.
The recording of a JOS performance at The Redmond Centre was offered to a selection of Sonic Artists to explore and interpret in the form of a contributed track for the album.
Joy of Soundâ€™s interest in Sonic Arts is based upon recognizing a common root: the reasoning of the human condition through the medium of sound.
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