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Capo: Exclusive Special Edition +5 Bonus Tracks: Like Gangsta / Blow Your Smoke / This How That Life Go / Younger / Who Am I

Capo: Exclusive Special Edition +5 Bonus Tracks: Like Gangsta / Blow Your Smoke / This How That Life Go / Younger / Who Am I

This special edition of Capo includes 5 exclusive bonus tracks. The bonus songs included are “Like Gangsta,” “Blow Your Smoke,” “This How That Life Go,” “Younger” and “Who Am I.”

Over the past 6 years, Jim Jones has transformed himself from a behind the scenes Rap presence into a hip-hop superstar. As the co-founder of one of the greatest New York street movements ever, Jones (aka Capostatus) positioned himself as a new breed of hip-hop entrepreneur who not only understood the business of music, but also everything that comes with it. From making huge hit records, to keeping his music firmly on the block, Jim released 4 album projects that eadh grew in status release-after-release, culminating in a huge culture changing smash with ‘We Fly High’. With appearnces by: Raekwon, Snoop Dogg, Cam’ron, Juelz Santana, Vado and more.

Track listing:

1. Intro (feat. Sen City & Chink Santana)

2. Deep Blue (feat. Chink Santana)

3. Carton Of Milk (feat. The Game)

4. The Paper (feat. Chink Santana)

5. Heart Attack (feat. Sen City)

6. Everybody Jones (feat. Aaron Lacrate)

7. Drops Is Out (feat. Raekwon, Mel Matrix & Sen City)

8. Let Me Fly (feat. Rell)

9. Getting To The Money (feat. Cam’ron & Lady H)

10. Take A Bow (feat. Lloyd Banks, Prodigy & Sen City)

11. Perfect Day (feat. Chink Santana & Logic)

12. Changing The Locks (feat. Ashanti)

13. God Bless The Child (feat. Wyclef)

14. Itza

Bonus tracks:

15. Like Gangsta (feat. Snoop & Rell)

16. Blow Your Smoke (feat. Rell)

17. This How That Life Go (feat. Sen City, Jr Writer & Rell)

18. Younger (feat. Sen City)

19. Who Am I (feat. Sen City & Mel Matrix)

List Price: $ 13.49

Price: $ 13.49

Exclusive: Bishop Of Camden Diocese Speaks About Church Sex Abuse Scandal

Exclusive: Bishop Of Camden Diocese Speaks About Church Sex Abuse Scandal
Bishop Joseph Galante spoke with Eyewitness News, making him the only church leader in the area to speak with the media since the latest grand jury report about priest sex abuse in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.
Read more on CBS Philadelphia

Belgian parliament backs report on church abuse
Belgium’s parliament on Wednesday called for an independent arbitration committee to deal with years of child abuse by Roman Catholic clergy and possible compensation for victims.
Read more on Boston Globe

Belgian panel asks church to compensate abuse victims
BRUSSELS (Reuters) – A Belgian parliamentary inquiry asked the Catholic Church on Wednesday to compensate people who were abused by priests as children.
Read more on Reuters via Yahoo! India News

Exclusive Video Coverage of the Faith Leaders at ?March for America? in Washington, DC




March for America Immigration Reform Rally

New York, NY (PRWEB) March 24, 2010

Tens of thousands of people of faith and immigration reform supporters from coast to coast gathered on the National Mall in Washington, DC to demonstrate their support for the immigration and refugee reform bill that will soon go to Congress. Odyssey Networks is providing exclusive video coverage of the ‘March for America: Change Takes Courage’ immigration rally at www.odysseynetworks.org. The rally followed the Ecumenical Advocacy Days, an annual event sponsored by a coalition of Christian groups, including the National Council of the Churches of Christ, Church World Service, Holy Name Province-Franciscan Action Network, and others.

Rev. Eric C. Shafer, Senior Vice President of Philanthropy and Faith Community Relations for Odyssey did video interviews of notable immigration and refugee reform activists from diverse faith groups and organizations regarding their hopes for the upcoming bill.

The interviews included Rev. Gabriel Salguero, immigration reform activist, pastor and executive member of the Latino Leadership Circle and director of the Hispanic Leadership Program at Princeton Theological Seminary; Linda Hartke, President & CEO of Lutheran Immigrant and Refugee Services; Syed Imam Nagvi, Chairman and Founder of the Islamic Information Center and resident scholar of the Jaferia Islamic Center; David Leslie, Chair of the Ecumenical Task Force on Immigration for National Council of Churches and Church World Service; Jen Smyers, Associate for Immigration and Refugee Policy for Church World Service; Gideon Aronoff, President& CEO of Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society; Sister Mary McCauley, a longtime immigration reform activist, and Bishop Minerva Carcano, United Methodist.

The video interviews and coverage of the event will be featured in a special immigration reform section on www.odysseynetworks.org. The coverage is part of Odyssey’s commitment to deliver video reports from a faith-based perspective on critical issues.

About Odyssey Networks

Odyssey Networks is the nation’s largest coalition of diverse faith groups dedicated to producing and distributing media that promotes peace and tolerance and addresses issues of social justice. Established in 1987, Odyssey Networks is a service of the National Interfaith Cable Coalition, Inc. For more information visit odysseynetworks.org

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Odyssey Networks? Exclusive Video Series Spotlights Faith in Action at the Gulf



New York, NY (Vocus) July 20, 2010

They are the first responders to the spiritual crisis wrought by the BP Deepwater Horizon blowout in the Gulf of Mexico—faith leaders in the coastal communities whose task is to minister to the despairing and the desperate. Odyssey Networks’ “Faith at the Gulf” series of exclusive, on-the-ground video reports profiles these men and women and the communities they serve.

The first in this series of five video reports focuses on the historic Back Bay Mission in Biloxi, MS, and its executive director, Rev. Shari Prestemon. Founded by the United Church of Christ in 1922 as a social justice ministry to serve the local shrimping families, the mission played a significant role in the recovery from Hurricane Katrina. Now Biloxi and its shrimpers face a new threat to their livelihoods and way of life–oil pollution in the waters of the Gulf. Rev. Prestemon shares Back Bay Mission’s commitment to meeting this unprecedented economic and spiritual crisis. “Nothing is as it was,” she told Odyssey, “This is hitting directly the people we serve. We’re here to meet their needs but it takes a lot of strength, a lot of heart, a lot of faith. Faith is not a simple thing. It’s a complex thing. But it sharpens and crystallizes when it’s tested and we’ve had a lot of tests.”

The first of the “Faith at the Gulf” video series can be viewed now at www.odysseynetworks.org. Succeeding video reports will feature The Rev. Dr. Harold F. Roberts of the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer and Rev. James L. Sturm of Leggett Memorial United Methodist Church, both of Biloxi. In addition to the video reports from Biloxi, Odyssey’s website also offers articles about the work of its faith group members in the Gulf, along with prayers for the recovery of the area.

About Odyssey Networks

Odyssey Networks is the nation’s largest multi-faith coalition dedicated to producing and distributing media that promotes peace and tolerance and addresses issues of social justice. Established in 1987, Odyssey Networks is a service of the National Interfaith Cable Coalition, Inc. For more information visit www.odysseynetworks.org.

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