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Dear Bonifacio (Song)

Dear Bonifacio

Eight months after the successful release of PAGBABAGO PARA SA KARANIWANG TAO, a new song debuts today!

DEAR BONIFACIO is about hope in these trying times, and the commitment to do what is right and needed for a better nation. The song is a pledge to continue the Filipino’s unfinished struggle for real change, justice, prosperity and peace. A timely tribute for Supremo Andres Bonifacio’s 150th birthday!

The MP3 is available online and can be downloaded for free HERE. If you want to download the lyric video you can get a copy at VIMEO.

Enjoy the music and thank you for your continued support!

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Pagbabago Para sa Karaniwang Tao (Song)

Pagbabago Para sa Karaniwang Tao

Hi po! Heto po ang isang bagong awitin and I hope you could support it by sharing, liking, and requesting it on the airwaves.

With only a few days to go before the start of the 2013 election campaign period, artists and musicians should take part and speak out. Create art that would criticize the system, propel and enlighten people to elect leaders that would truly represent the interest of the many. Leaders that would fight to change the system para sa ikabubuti at ikauunlad hindi ng iilan kundi ng mas maraming karaniwan.

Tulad ng isinisigaw ng title at koro ng awitin, hangad ng Pilipino ang ‘Pagbabago para sa karaniwang tao!’

You can download your copy here. Muli, salamat po sa pagtangkilik ng makabayang musika!

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February 1, 2013 · 8:21 pm

Fight to be Free!

Musicians should be concerned with issues regarding the freedom to be creative and the freedom to express. At dahil isang paraan para magpaabot ng mensahe ang musika, heto po ang isang kontribusyon sa pagpapalakas sa boses ng ating pakikibaka.

Fight to be free! Junk RA 10175!*

RA 10175 (The Cybercrime Prevention Act of 2012) poses serious threats to Internet freedom, the right to privacy and other essential civil liberties including the freedom of speech, expression, and the press. Read more and sign the petition chn.ge/QJZyzv

(This version of FREE is a track in the upcoming SULONG! album. You can download a copy at bit.ly/UHoZTa)

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Tony Palis performs Babaylan at the 2nd Makabayan National Convention

Tony Palis performs his composition Babaylan at the Second National Convention of the Makabayan Coalition held at the Polytechnic University of the Philippines gymnasium last September 7, 2012.

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Batang Mag-aaral Tara!

This song was written for “Batang Mag-aaral” an ongoing project for school children and students initiated by the Bayan Muna Party-list. It includes school supplies, support to public school students, and scholarships. Bayan Muna has two representatives at the 15th Congress: Rep. Neri Javier Colmenares and Rep. Teddy Casino. You can download the MP3 at http://soundcloud.com/karlramirezmusic/batang-mag-aaral

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Call for unconditional release mark artist Ericson Acosta’s birthday

Last May 27, a year and three months after the illegal arrest of artist Ericson Acosta, family, friends and fellow artists mark his 40th birthday with a simple celebration of lugaw and the collective wish for his unconditional release from detention at the Calbayog provincial jail in Samar.

The fund raising activity was held at the UP Balay Kalinaw and was well participated with friends and celebrities taking turns in performing, giving updates on Ericson’s case, and serving lugaw to guests.

Serve the People: Lugawan para sa Kalayaan was organized by the Free Ericson Acosta Campaign (FEAC) in cooperation with the Samahan ng mga Ex-Detainees Laban sa Detensyon at Aresto (SELDA). They call for the general, unconditional, and omnibus release not only of Ericson Acosta but all political prisoners in the country.

First posted at the Philippine Online Chronicles.

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#noynoying

The price hikes next week bring us ever closer to the highest ever price of P60 per liter recorded in 2008. And Malacanang is still not taking any decisive action to rein in oil prices and give the people relief … No wonder the term ‘noynoying’ has caught on. —Renato Reyes, Jr., BAYAN

Ayon sa facebook.com/Noynoying2012, ang Noynoying ay: ang pagiging tanga at nakatungaga sa panahon na dapat may ginagawa ka. Kung wala ka nga namang ginagawa sa kabila ng maraming kailangan gawin, tiyak na maihahalintulad ka sa nakaupong presidente ngayon ng bansa. At kung ikaw ang presidente ng bansa, ‘wag ka nang magtaka kung mapuna ka kasi hanap ng tao ay pagbabago.

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