Permaculture Music

by Bob on June 8, 2014

Charlie MGee

Twelve songs each covering each of 12 Permaculture principlesin a dancable, electro-funk, ukulele music.

Radio Interview:

with Charlie MGee of Formidable Vegetable Sound System

Sample Music:

Look Around (Permaculture Principle 1: Observe & Interact)


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