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.
Due to some scheduling issues and RevKess getting deep into research, Musica Pagani aired a day early. Saturdays are the usual day for the Pagan-Musings Podcast with KaliSara and RevKess. RevKess has to work and KaliSara has dived deep into her writing projects. So, Musica Pagani comes to you a day early. Hope that you enjoy!
The format is a little bit different for this evening’s broadcast as well. Managing to squeeze the show into just over two hours, RevKess brings you a selection of New Age and Pagan music, but with a different twist. 1-2 tracks per artists instead of three, and a story thrown in their for a little bit of extra fun. As all the programming on the Pagan-Musings Podcast Channel is constantly evolving, who knows where the next edition will bring you!
Speaking of future editions, before we give you the set list, here’s a sneak peak at what is coming your way in August. On Sunday the 11th, Brian Henke visits with RevKess about his music career, shares some of his inspirations and his music. On the 18th, that Goddess Kiss’d gal from Florida, Mama Gina, joins RevKess on the show to talk about her music and a recent benefit to support a local metaphysical shop that was destroyed in a fire.
Jenna Greene – Rise Up Singin’ – Crossroads
Jami Sieber – Dream Raga – Timeless
Jami Sieber – Invisible Wings – Lush Mechanique
Lia Scallon – Gift of Serenity – The Luminous Pearl
Lia Scallon – Pearl – Crystal Keys
Al Conti – Minstrel’s Song – The Blue Rose
Al Conti – Abstract Desire – Poeta
Steven Halpber – Deep Alpha 8Hz Pt 5 – Deep Alpha
Steven Halpern – Deep Theta 2.0 Pt 1 – Deep Theta 2.0
Shining Wheel Pagan Chorus – Bring the Rain – Elemental Children of Earth
Shining Wheel Pagan Chorus – Runnin’ Wild – Elemental Children of Earth
S.J. Tucker – Mummy Medusa – Haphazard
S.J. Tucker – Ravens in the Library – Mischief
Celia – The Bee, the Mouse, and the Bum Clock – Irish Tales
Candace Night – Dangerous Smile – Reflections
Blackmore’s Night – The Spinner’s Tale – Dancer and the Moon
Kenny Klein – Ghosts of the Lower 9th Ward – Ghosts of the Delta
Kenny Klein – Jugband Blues – Ghosts of the Delta
Murphey’s Midnight Rounders – Wreck of the Modern Pagan – Swede Hollow
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.)