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Prison Sesssions: Ericson Acosta, Renato Reyes, Jr LIVE at the Calbayog sub-provincial Jail

13 tracks, 32.48 natoreyes on April 07, 2011 14:41

  1. 1. Prison Sessions: Ericson Acosta, Renato Reyes. Jr. Introduction 0.35 366 plays
  2. 2. Prison Sessions: Ericson and Nato, Patay na ang Kabayo (Tambisan) 3.20 839 plays
  3. 3. Prison Sessions- Ericson and Nato : "Dahil" (Acosta) 3.43 549 plays
  4. 4. Prison Sessions: Ericson Acosta and Renato Reyes, Jr. "Kumustahan" (Acosta) 3.41 479 plays
  5. 5. Prison Sessions: Ericson Acosta and Renato Reyes, Jr., Magsasama, magkasama (Acosta) 3.03 612 plays
  6. 6. Prison Sessions: Ericson and Nato, Sa aking pag-ahon (Binky Lampano) 2.24 361 plays
  7. 7. Prison Sessions: Ericson Acosta and Renato Reyes, Jr. "I Read the News" (Binky Lampano) 2.52 277 plays
  8. 8. Prison Sessions: Ericson Acosta and Renato Reyes, Jr., "Alamat" (Acosta) 4.28 259 plays
  9. 9. Prison Sessions- Ericson and Nato : "Kay Hirap ng Buhay" (Reyes) 3.34 268 plays
  10. 10. Prison Sessions: Ericson's message to his friends and supporters 0.47 232 plays
  11. 11. Prison Sessions: Ericson Acosta, Renato Reyes, JR. "NIC-hood" (Gappi, Reyes) 1.28 199 plays
  12. 12. Prison Sessions: Ericson Acosta and Renato Reyes, Jr. "Manindigan" (Acosta, ,Alejo) 1.28 190 plays
  13. 13. Prison Sessions: Ericson Acosta and Renato Reyes, Jr. -"Katapusang Hibik" (Andres Bonifacio, Alejo) 1.18 195 plays

"Prison Sessions" was recorded on April 6, 2011 inside the Calbayog Sub-provincial jail, in Samar.

Cultural worker and political prisoner Ericson Acosta and BAYAN secretary general Renato Reyes, Jr first played together at the fourth floor of UP's Vinzons Hall in 1994, during their student activist days. Both were members of the student cultural group Alay Sining.

Acosta and Reyes wrote several of the songs still being performed by Alay Sining today.

This recording is intended to raise awareness of the situation Acosta and other political prisoners who remain unjustly detained by the Philippine government. There are more than 300 political prisoners in the Philippines today. FREE ERICSON ACOSTA! FREE ALL POLITICAL PRISONERS!

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