June 19, 2002 - Press Release: RPCV David Grant sings about Peace Corps

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RPCV David Grant sings about Peace Corps





Read and comment on this Press Release from Chad RPCV David Grant on his recent album which includes songs about his experience as a PCV at:

RPCV David Grant sings about Peace Corps*

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RPCV David Grant sings about Peace Corps

Greetings: I have some new songs about my Peace Corps experience in Chad. "Sea, Sky and Ground" reflects on the emotions felt when we were pulled out of the country during a coup. "Pas D'Anglais" is a humourous song about stage and the culture shock, language learning and fantasies about what you'd really like to do sometimes. In addition I have a several part real audio CD about the Fall of N'Djamena. It contains real time recordings of gunfight, emergency radio tracks and the discussion of PCV's around the table waiting to be evacuated. A bit eerie actually. I hope other RPCVs will check out my site at www.mp3.com/davidkendallgrant Thanks, david grant



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