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Telegraph music pages link readers to free Oxfam tracks

LONDON – The Daily Telegraph and Oxfam have linked up to offer Telegraph readers a free 10-track download of the best new British acts from Oxfam's digital music site.

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The promotion will appear in the Telegraph's Music on Thursday pages as the weekly Perfect Playlist feature.

Tracks on the exclusive compilation include a live track from The Zutons; Mylo's 'Drop the Pressure'; 'Falling for You' by rising jazz star Clare Teal; and 'Change is Coming' by MOBO UK Best Newcomer Estelle.

The Perfect Playlist feature normally suggests the best songs by a major artist to download and has previously covered Bob Dylan and Prince. Past Perfect Playlists can also be downloaded from Oxfam's site at half price, £5.

Oxfam launched its music site in May and uses it as a link into its petitions and its current campaign, Make Trade Fair. Of the site's sales, 10p in every £1 goes to the charity. It offers more than 400,000 tracks from 13,000 artists.

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