Steve Baker | Don't Drink the Water

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Don't Drink the Water

by Steve Baker

"Don't Drink The Water" is a fast-paced Rock/Blues selection with a message and warning about the world's dwindling clean water supply. 50% of the songwriter's net profit from this song will be donated to organizations that advocate water conservation!
Genre: Rock: British Blues
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"Don't Drink The Water" was written after the writer had viewed the move " Gasland". It seemed incomprehensible that corporations could be allowed to cause environmental disasters while extracting natural gas from the earth for profit. Our world's clean water supply is dwindling and most people don't even know that we are in such crisis.
On January 9th, 2014 the songwriter's copy of "Don't Drink The Water" was sent to the recording studio to begin the recording process. On that same day an estimated 10,000 gallons of industrial chemicals leaked from a plant in Charleston, WV and polluted the Elk River.
I am Songwriter Steve Baker, and I will donate 1/2 of my net proceeds from downloads of this song to organizations that are advocates of clean water. I love water and I would like clean water to be available for all people to drink for decades and centuries to come! I do not perform as a singer or musician on this recording, I am the songwriter only. Thanks for listening! And special thanks to these guys who made it sound so good- Vocals: David Cagle Guitars, keyboards: Nigel Cuff Drums: Mikael Wikman


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