Enough Is Enough

Duration: 8:06

This is a protest song composed and performed by SoSaLa who was a supporter of the "Justice For Jazz Artists Campaign" ran by New York's Musicians Union Chapter Local 802. Directed at the 7 big jazz clubs in New York in 2014 who are still refusing to pay till to this day into the retirement pension funds of the musicians performing at their clubs as they promised it to the Musicians Union a long time ago?! In exchange they have been keeping the waived sales tax money. In this track Dr. Cornel West is featured. I picked his voice up from a YouTube video which is 13 seconds long and added it into the track. His voice very powerful and passionate giving this track some extra punch and meaning. He’s shouting that jazz musicians play an important role in our society. The African rhythm performed by Senegalese Mar Gueye and Masamba Diop was taken from the “Nu Persian Flamenco” track.

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