At long last, RevKess has brought back Musica Pagani. As listeners of PMPChannel well know, MP is somewhat infrequent, but RevKess does have a crazy schedule. He’s going to try his best to bring Musica Pagani to the listeners on a more regular basis.
In this 20th edition of the rebooted Musica Pagani, RevKess brought you just over an hour’s worth of new age and Pagan music. Much of it new to the channel, some a little more familiar. Check the playlist below and follow the links to learn more about the musicians.
Sunday the 5th of January brought what we believe to be a first on Murphy’s Magic Mess, the US debut of Damh the Bard’s newest single, The Wicker Man. Released to the public on the 3rd, to the best of our knowledge the Mess was the first terrestrial radio show to play this wonderful single from British Pagan/Druid recording artist Damh the Bard. You can listen to and purchase the single here.
I enjoyed teasing Murf and Kate, as well as the listeners, with hints at what was in store late in the show. Along with Damh’s single we also played a lot of new New Age music from artists like Kristin Amarie, Yang Yiing, Timothy Wenzel, Steven Vitali, Masako and Dan Chadburn. In the second half of the show we brought you new music from SJ Tucker, Wendy Rule and of course Damh the Bard. Along the way we played classic pieces from Inanna, Ubaka Hill and Lesiem. So much more. Check out the play list below for a full listing of the music.
Wytches Chant ’98
Away with the Fairies
The Other Side of Tristesse
Call of the Mountains
Heaven, Human, Earth
A Sign of the Dragon
Language of the Soul
Winter in Shimla
Notes from a Journey
The Bridge to Our Dreams
Skin and Bone
Alexander James Adams
Dance the Spiral Dance
Mystic Spirit Voices [Intent City]
Song of the Witches
The Wicker Man
Damh the Bard
The Wicker Man
Seasons of the Witch
Sing Me Malaise
It was tracking again this week, so the play list reads differently than how I normally post it.
At least for now, RevKess seems to be on a roll. Here’s another fun episode of Musica Pagani. This time 15 new pieces of new age music. With the exception of a two part piece, each track is a different musican or band. Most of it does come from new releases for December, but some are earlier releases just arrived or new releases that arrived for October and November of 2013.
Starting off with a wintery mix for the holiday season, moving into inspirational and then some drumming and vocals, winding down with more instrumentals and closing out with a sampling of Celtic music.
We do hope that you enjoy the combination of musics!
Kathryn Kaye – Brightest and Best – What the Winter Said
The Morgan Sisters – Deck the Halls / Winter – Winter, Snow and Strings
Isadar – Sing We now of Christmas – In Search of the Meaning of Christmas
Paul Spath – Reflections – Redemption
Akasa – Sky Children – Portal
Forrest Smithson – Dreaming I (radio edit) – Dreaming Time
Get Tribal – Indra, India (Endless Reflection) – God of Drum
Irinushka – Genie in a Bottle – Roads Traveled
Ricky Kej – Shanit, pt1 – Shanti Orchestra
Ricky Kej – Shanti, pt2 – Shanti Orchestra
Peter Sterling – Isle of Light – Twilight Serenade
Uwe Gronau – Night Train – Flight 14
Cosmo Frequency – World of Light – Soundtrack to Life
David Nevue – Dark Afternoon – Open Sky
Bill Leslie – Gaelic Soul – Scotland: Grace of the Wild
Well now, would seem that RevKess has been even more neglectful of things than usual. It has been some time since he did an edition of Musica Pagani. He’s making it up for it the best he can with a two parter: Rock It, Pagan Style!
Earlier in 2013, Kenny Klein launched a recording project with his touring band FishBird. Some of the music they did was rock-like covers of some of his older music. And of course, every good musician is experimenting with new pieces whenever possible. That’s just what FishBird has done.
In this two parter of Musica Pagani you will get a taste of FishBird as well as some other rocking musicians and bands with a distinctive Pagan flare. Everyone from Leigh Anne Hussey with her unreleased Uglytown demo to Wendy Rule and Rosin Coven, with stops along the way to visit with Omnia and Frenchy and the Punk.
We do hope that you have enjoyed this special edition of Musica Pagani!
Beginning on Saturday 7 September 2013 and Sunday 8 September 2013 Pagan-Musings Podcast and Musica Pagani are flipping around. Due to a major scheduling conflict, RevKess and KaliSara have decided to flip the programs around. As many of the regular listeners have no doubt noticed this summer, RevKess has been absent more often than not from Pagan-Musings. With football season starting up it is almost guaranteed that he will be unavailable for any of the live Saturday broadcasts for the foreseeable future. With careful consideration, the hosts have decided it would be in the interests of the listeners and the channel to change things.
Beginning on Saturday 7 September 2013 at 7pm Central you can hear Musica Pagani in a recorded format. RevKess wil continue to bring you music from the New Age and Pagan genres along with interview segments with some of those artists. You can also catch some RevKess’s music reviews over at his review site.
Beginning on Sunday 8 September 2013 at 7pm Central you can hear Pagan-Musings Podcast, most often broadcast live. KaliSara and RevKess will continue to bring you talk and information from the Pagan community with a variety of topics and guests.
Here at PMPChannel we hope that you will find this change to be easy and cause little to no disruption to your listening experience. The hosts are looking forward to being able to continue to bring you the information and entertainment you have grown to appreciate over the years, as well as spice things up a bit with some new topics, new guests, new music, and lots of fun!
You can contact the hosts of PMPChannel at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Facebook.
The thirteenth episode of the rebooted Musica Pagani was aired on Sunday 25 August 2013 (click on the image to hear the broadcast). In this edition RevKess brought the listener two sets of thirteen. Thirteen New Age and instrumental pieces followed by thirteen Pagan and vocal pieces. In this edition RevKess also brings the listener some new music. Never before heard on Musica Pagani. Some of it has been in the waiting pile for some time, some of it is new to the Channel this summer. Listen and enjoy.
Mirabai Ceiba – Sat Guru Prasad (Blessing of Life) – Awakened Earth
Catherine Marie Charlton – Moon Twist – Undershore
Lisa Hilton – Someday, Somehow Soon – Underground
The Pure Heart Ensemble – The Journey Deepens – Bliss of Being
Takashi Suzuki – The Knowing – Voyage: Hiroshima Eternal
Peter Sterling – Modern Times – Patterns of Relfection
Paradiso – Time Lapse – Shaman’s Trance
Kathryn Kaye – August Light – Dreaming Still
Annette Cantor – Isis – Songs for the Goddess
Psicodreamics – Sancta Inquisitio – Ancient Wisdom
Louis Colaiannia – Way of the Rain – A Moment Between Eternities
David Arkenstone & Charlee Brooks – Lumaria – Loveren
Pagan & Vocal
Emerald Rose – Queen of Argyll – Archives of Ages to Come
Damh the Bard – The Cutty Wren – Tales from the Crow Man
Featherscale – House of the Rising Sun – Gypsy Heart
Telergy – Ghost – The Legend of Goody Cole
Rosin Coven – House of Roses – Sing Me Malaise
Mirabilis – The City – Here and the Hereafter (sampler)
Michael Brant DeMaria – Chantress – The Maiden of Stonehenge
Jenna Greene – Harvest – Crossroads
Bone Poets Orchestra – Seven Sisters – Ecstasy in the Ruins (rough cut)
Mama Gina – Waking Panther – (rough cut)
Lon Milo DuQuette – Last Night I Dreamed of Dead People – I’m Baba Lon
Legend – Spark to a Flame – Cardinal Points
Tuatha Dea – Aradia – The Tribe (featuring Wendy Rule)
The next edition of Musica Pagani, #14, is the last to be aired on a Sunday. Due to scheduling conflicts, RevKess and KaliSara (cohost on Pagan-Musings Podcast) have elected to flip the shows. Starting on Saturday 7 September 2013 you can find Musica Pagani on the Pagan-Musings Podcast Channel at 7pm Central. Sunday the 8th starts the new day for Pagan-Musings Podcast, airing live at 7pm Central.
RevKess had a blast with the 10th edition of Musica Pagani. Drumming in the Harvest was full of drumming and lively music. A true harvest celebration.
With harvest related pieces from Damh the Bard, Jenna Greene, Cernunnos Rising and Heartbeat, as well as drumming interpretation of African inspired music from Hennie Bekker and rock styles from Omnia, this edition brings you a collection of music from around several places around the globe.
This was a real chance for RevKess to share some of his favorite drumming pieces he’s collected over the years, most of his favorite drumming groups have been kind enough to allow airplay on PMPChannel. Tuatha Dea, Elvendrums, Dragon Ritual Drummers and Frenchy and the Punk to name but a few.