Selections from the Mess, 12/8/13

Wow, would you look at that. Been falling WAY behind on doing anything on here this winter. Time to do a little catch up.

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Michelle from the Order of the Red Grail, Church for Transformational Wicca

Sunday 8 December 2013 on Murphy’s Magic Mess we were joined by Michelle from the Order of the Red Grail, Church for Transformational Wicca. She was telling us and our listeners about the upcoming Yule celebration in which the Red Grail has partnered with Nebraska Heathens United. Should be a lot of fun!

The play list is based on the notes Phil entered live during the show. You can view the whole play list on Facebook. Kate was at the players, Murf on the boards, and Phil was trying to keep up on the play list. Any errors are Phil’s. If you have a correction to the play list, please comment here or on Facebook so we can fix it ASAP.

Play List

  1. Bill Leslie – Gaelic Soul – Scotland: Grace of the Wild
  2. Peter Sterling – A Mother’s Love – Twilight Serenade
  3. Patrick Landeza – Puanani Slack Key – Slack Key Huaka’i
  4. Peter Sterling – The Glass Globes – The Angels Gift
  5. Louis Colaiannia – Dancing Snowflakes – Origins
  6. Paul Spaeth – The Moment After – Redemption
  7. Paul Speer – Vortex – Ax Inferno
  8. Tom Carleno – Child’s Play – Perfect Imperfection
  9. Hox Vox – Jord – Mjollinar
  10. Anne Hill – Tree Wassail – Circle Round and Sing
  11. Brobdignagian Bards – Santa Lucia –
  12. Gaia Consort – Every Sacred Thing – Gaia Circles
  13. Annwn – The Cutty Wren –
  14. Blackmore’s Night – Winter – Winter Carols

Of the 29 tracks we played on the air, we only have permission to share 13 of them with you in this format. Jord was played as the “bed” of our conversation. We do hope to be able to add Hox Vox to our permissions list at some point in the future.

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