Genre: Rock & Pop
Label: Scottish Association for Mental Health
Released: May 2004
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The Scottish Association for Mental Health, Scotland’s leading mental health charity, is breaking down barriers around mental health problems by targeting younger people in Glasgow using the established One In Four message.
A One in Four information booklet offering help and advice on all aspects of mental health is still available from SAMH - phone us on 0141 568 7000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The booklet includes an exclusive One In Four CD featuring tracks personally chosen and donated by some of Scotland’s leading musicians.
One in Four takes its name from the fact that One in Four of us will experience mental health problems at some point in our lives and many of us will need some form of help. Yet we still seem to find it too scary or embarrassing to talk about our mental health, our feelings and our fears. One in Four is about breaking down the barriers and getting people talking about mental health, increasing understanding and making it clear people can and do recover.
The One In Four CD features exclusive and previously unheard tracks from artists who have contributed to One in Four events, including Belle and Sebastian (exclusive live recording), Teenage Fanclub & Arab Strap (previously unreleased tracks), Snow Patrol, Mogwai, The Delgados and lots more.
Paul Smith from Vera Cruse said: “People I have known who have battled with serious depression have generally fought it alone (with some help from behind the closed door of a doctor's office). It is a strange reality that while it is socially acceptable to be battling cancer, it is not socially acceptable to be battling any form of mental illness.”
Snow Patrol said: “We are proud to support One in Four because sometimes music is the only therapy.”
Financial support to produce the booklets and CD was provided by the Scottish Executive’s National Programme for Improving Mental Health and Well-Being
* Breathing Space is a free confidential phoneline that people can call when they are feeling down 0800 83 85 87 6pm – 2am, www.breathingspacescotland.co.uk.
- Eyes Wide Open (Teenage Fanclub)
- Everything is Everyone's Fault (Multiplies)
- How to be Dead (Snow Patrol)
- Aye Today (The Delgados)
- Salute the Divine Within You (Future Pilot A.K.A)
- Helicon 2 (Mogwai)
- Mustard (Arab Strap)
- Fade Grey to Fade Blue (James Orr Complex)
- The Model (Belle & Sebastian)
- Long Time Walking (Eugene Kelly)
- The Train (Uncle John & Whitelock)
- This is a Fuse (Vera Cruise)
- Boo Hoo! (Park Attack)
- Torch Number One (Macrocosmica)
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