Harvard Speech Gets Its "Own" Soundtrack

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Multi platinum and 2x Grammy nominee record producer Joel Diamond creates a new soundtrack inspired by the now-viral Harvard University commencement speech by Donovan Livingston.

Harvard University says Donovan Livingston speech is “The most powerful and heartfelt speech you will ever hear”

The electrifying inaugural speech by Donovan Livingston, which has now gone viral, is called by Harvard University: "The most powerful and heartfelt speech you will ever hear."

It also caught the attention of multi-platinum and 2x Grammy record producer Joel Diamond who immediately was inspired to create and produce a most emotional soundtrack for “LIFT OFF”. According to Diamond, “The soundtrack takes this magnificent and stirring speech to a whole new level, as only music could”. Hope you enjoy watching the YouTube Link below.


Joel Diamond, has produced and/or written 36 Gold and Platinum recordings, over 54 Billboard Charted recordings, plus movie sound tracks and television themes. His 35 years of experience in the music industry has run the gamut from music publishing to record production to being a recording artist himself. Joel has held high positions in both an executive and creative capacity for major music companies, including Sony.

Diamond's current project with Rebecca Holden, recording artist and actress (co-star of the hit TV Show "Knight Rider") is sure to be ground-breaking. He is producing Rebecca's new Duets Album called "Dreams Come True" with some of the most notable and best male voices in the world. The first single "Dreams Come True", not even officially released yet, has already organically amassed over 28 Million YouTube Views from all corners of the globe. The promotion and marketing of this most unique CD will be a first of its kind.

For more information on the soundtrack contact:
Joel Diamond @ Silver Blue Productions, P: 818 980-9588, E: JDiamond20(at)aol(dot)com
Web: http://www.JoelDiamond.com

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