KZUM promotes diversity and the Mess is a prime example of that diversity. If you listen to KZUM often you know that Sundays are an interesting combination of programming. The Glorious Gospel is from 6-9am and immediately followed by Murphy’s Magic Mess from 9-11am. Two polar opposite programs back to back. There is very little, if any, tension between the programmers for these two shows.
To share in that diversity, Murf, *K8 and Phil decided to do a show filled with songs about diversity and songs that address the discrimination that unfortunately still exists in the world. You can see that by the variety of songs that were picked for the show.
God is Alive, Magick is Afoot – Buffy Sainte-Marie – Illumination
Ancient Paths – Stanton Lanier – Open Spaces
Valhalla – Stephen DeRuby – Sacred Spaces
Day of Celebration – James Sera – Reality of the Fantasy
Goddess Rising – Paradiso & Rasamayi – Attuning to Oneness: the Harmonic Ascension
Malaika – Wouter Kellerman – Mzansi
Rag Klem – David Vito Gregoli – Primordial Sonics
Burning Times – Charlie Murphy & Circle Magic Music – Circle
By Our Own Fear – The Wyrd Sisters – Inside the Dreaming
Scott & Jamie – Fred Small
Homophobes in Robes – Romanovsky & Phillips – Let’s Flaunt It
I’m Not Homophobic – The Trestle Foote Faerie – Naughty in Pink
The Heart is the Only Nation – Ruth Barrett & Cynthia Smith – The Heart is the Only Nation
Silent No Longer – Emma’s Revolution – Roots, Rock and Revolution
Feel the Colors – Ubaka Hill – Dance the Spiral Dance
Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee – Buffy Sainte-Marie – Up Where I Belong
All My Relations – Ulali – Mahk Jchi
We Won’t Wait Any Longer – Gwyddion Pennderwen – The Faerie Shaman
It was another one of those lovely tracking weeks at KZUM. Not that big of a deal, after having done it for so long. Still a bit of a headache as we have to get start and finish times, record labels and the like. Oh, well. Makes it a bit more of a challenge and quite educational.
Phil cut’n’pasted the Artist, Track, and CD Title frames from the spread sheet he used, so things look a little different. We hope that you can still figure everything out okay. The format is the same as usual, just not numbered.