watching the documentary series on ABC-TV.
It's magic. Wonderful. Makes you cry, and feel exalted, and humbled, and taken to a new place. I'm grateful to be able to hear it.
The choir is made up of homeless people. Their singing is rich in experience, life experience, and infused by hope and the community of lives and voices created in a choir's co-operation. My particular favourites are their versions of Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah, and of Amazing Grace, and the Melbourne G&L choir's version of Angel.
Buy one here. You won't be sorry. Royalties go to the choir. The album and individual tracks are also available on iTunes.