Murf, *K8 and Phil had a blast bringing you a celebration of the first harvest on Murphy’s Magic Mess. They also had some healin vibes. *K8’s sister recently had surgery and she wanted to send some healing her way. As well as send some healing to all those who may be in need of it.
Murphy’s Magic Mess airs live every Sunday at 9am CT on KZUM in Lincoln, NE. Murf’s been hosting the show for over 19 years, bringing you Pagan and new age music as well as other Pagan content. You can find the Mess on Facebook.
Inkubus Sukkubus – Wytches’ Chant ’98 – Away with the Faeries
Murf, *K8 and Phil bring you two hours of new age and Pagan music every Sunday morning on KZUM in Lincoln, NE from 9am to 11am.
This week seemed to be a little strange with the studio equipment. Players not firing, CDs stopping after only 20 seconds of play. Mercury has gone direct, so it wasn’t an astrological incident. No, we discovered the reason when Murf told us what she had lined up on her master disc for the second hour. Scroll down through the play list and surely you will see what was up, too.
Inkubus Sukkubus – Wytches’ Chant ’98 – Away with the Faeries
Thankfully, Murf always seems to have Dale Bacon’s response to Kenny Klein ready to go, but sometimes Dale’s spirit does like to show his displeasure over the song.
If you were listening or have seen the playlist on our Facebook page, you will note that some corrections to the playlist have been made. There was at least one case of mistaken identity and some typos in the Facebook posting. If you find any errors in this posting, please let us know so we can correct them.
Another edition of Musica Pagani is in archives. Thank you to all who listened live and to those who are listening in archives. RevKess enjoys music and enjoys sharing that music with people. Musica Pagani brings a wide selection of music to the listener from the New Age and Pagan music genres.
This edition featured music from Fiona Joy Hawkins, Al Conti, Brian Henke, Meg Bowles, Mama Gina, Frenchy and the Punk, Blackmore’s Night and Damh the Bard. The July start up music is from Jenna Greene and the closing song is from Tuatha Dea. Following is the detailed playlist with links to artists and some videos of the songs played during the program.
Piano, flute, guitar and synth for the new age section. Homegrown, drums, rock and bardic for the vocal Pagan section. Wonderful combination of sounds in this collection of music. A hearty thank you and much love to all the talents who have made their delicious music available to us here at the Pagan-Musings Podcast Channel. The Musica Pagani show is for them and for you, the listener. Enjoy! and let us know what you think of the line-up by emailing us at email@example.com or commenting on this blog post.
Jenna Greene – Rise Up Singin’ – Crossroads
Fiona Joy Hawkins – 600 Years – 600 Years in a Moment
Fiona Joy Hawkins – The Lost Ballerina – 600 Years in a Moment
Fiona Joy Hawkins – Running on Joy – 600 Years in a Moment
Al Conti – The Merchant’s Rose – The Blue Rose
Al Conti – The Rainbow Bridge – Northern Seas
Al Conti – Quest for Orpheus – Poeta
Brian Henke – A Dancing Gnome – A Child’s Garden
Brian Henke – Willow – Seven Magic Spells
Brian Henke – It’s a Beautiful Day – Seven Magic Spells
Meg Bowles – Into the Gloaming – The Shimmering Land
Meg Bowles – Night Walk Across the Isle of Dream – The Shimmering Land
Meg Bowles – The Sweetness of Mist – The Shimmering Land
Mama Gina – Freya’s Lullaby (single)
Mama Gina – Flicker and Flame (the Firefly Song) – Goddess Kiss’d
Mama Gina – Sisters Waiting – Goddess Kiss’d
Frenchy and the Punk – Specter of the Forest and Sea – Elephant Uproar
Frenchy and the Punk – Orient Express – Elephant Uproar
Frenchy and the Punk – Rock Paper Scissors – Elephant Uproar
Blackmore’s Night – The Spinner’s Tale – Dancer and the Moon
Blackmore’s Night – The Last Leaf – Dancer and the Moon
Blackmore’s Night – Lady in Black – Dancer and the Moon
Damh the Bard – Ceridwen & Taliesin – Antlered Crown and Standing Stone
Damh the Bard – Spirit of Albion – Spirit of Albion
Damh the Bard – The Land of the Ever Young – The Hills They Are Hollow
Tuatha Dea – The Blessing – The Tribe
Dancing Hands has been producing some wonderful ASL videos, here is their cover of Rootless by SJ Tucker.
Damh the Bard performs the title track from Antlered Crown and Standing Stone live at the Glastonbury Assembly Rooms.
Sunday 7 July 2013, the sixth edition of the rebooted Musica Pagani on the Pagan-Musings Podcast Channel. An extra long edition of the show this time around. RevKess had to do tracking for Murphy’s Magic Mess on KZUM, which means longer tracks to make it easier to track. So, still in the mood for long pieces of music, that is where he began for MP.
Introducing some new artists to PMPC and new music from some other artists, is what happens the beginning of every month. July being no exception. Fiona Joy Hawkins has a new release called 600 Years in a Moment and Craig Urquhart sent out his latest, First Light, for sharing on the show. Blackmore’s Night also has a new CD out this summer called Dancer and the Moon. New artists to the collection include Meg Bowles, Sensitive Chaos and Mama Gina. Rounding out the show are some old favorites, Tuatha Dea, Frenchy and the Punk and some lighter music from Michael Brant DeMaria.
As it is a new month, RevKess has picked a new opening and closing piece. Opening the show for the month of July will be Jenna Greene’s “Rise Up Singin'” from her Crossroads CD. Finishing off the show will be “The Blessing” from Tuatha Dea’s The Tribe. (Read RevKess’s review of The Tribe over at RevKess Reviews.)
RevKess would like to say happy 4th of July to all the listeners in the United States and all of those who appreciate the freedoms and independence that they have or want to have. Every year on the 4th of July, millions of people celebrate the freedom and independence that they have in the United States. Even with the inequities that barrage US citizens on a regular basis, people in the US have much more freedom than most other places around the globe. It is due to the long battle that the US people have waged for centuries that they can celebrate on this day, and any other day of the year. Religious freedom, sexual equality (a work in progress), workers’ rights, voters’ rights, property and inheritance rights, all those things that many in the US take for granted. They are all reasons to celebrate.
Though Musica Pagani is a music program, as the name suggests, RevKess wanted to share that Crystal Blanton is a new staff writer for the Wild Hunt. Her first article for TWH was published for the 4th of July and it pertains to the celebration in the United States as well as the major disappointment that many have with the Supreme Court of the United States after their decision to over turn Section 4 of the Voters Rights Act on June 25, 2013 – one day before their major decision regarding Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act and California’s Proposition 8. In the article she quotes such figures of the Pagan community as T Thorn Coyle, Peter Dybing, Yeshe Rabbit and Erick DuPreee.
This 4th of July, Musica Pagani celebrates freedom, diversity and independence with music and song.