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.
The Pagan Weekly News is, as the name implies, a weekly news program from a Pagan perspective. Over the years the show has moved around a lot on the weekly calendar, but RevKess and Zaracon strive to bring the listener the news in a timely manner. At its current day of the week, PWN is trying to settle into a new routine. The time of the live broadcast may continue to fluctuate, but for now it will be on Thursdays.
Just in time for Throw-Back Thursdays, KaliSara has been posting links to past episodes of programming on the Pagan-Musings Podcast Channel. You can follow those listings through our Facebook page of the channel or by following RevKess on Twitter. This week’s TBT episode is Herbs and Some of Their Uses from 6 February 2010. Might be time to revisit the topic.
Pagan Pride Day season is about to start. It officially runs from August 1 through October 31st. With events all around the country, some states having more than one event, and reaching across the globe, PPD is quickly becoming one of the largest and most popular Pagan outreach celebrations. One of the largest PPD events in the world is held the first Sunday of August every year since 2009. the UK’s PPD is in Central Nottingham with over 1500 Pagans attending and more coming every year. With any luck maybe one or more of the PMPChannel hosts can make it to one of their local PPD events.
Links to topics covered
One aspect of PPD is something akin to interfaith outreach. In the interest of interfaith work, Dr. Karl E.H. Seigfried guested on a Muslim, A Hotchpotch Hijabi in Italy. Dr. Karl writes the award winning Norse Mythology blog.
Extremist Christians in the United States stepped away from any semblance of interfaith work and disrupted a church service in New Orleans to protest abortion. Operation Save America has been visiting New Orleans this week as part of their annual conference. On Sunday the 20th of July many of them attended services at the First Unitarian Universalist Church, interrupting the service and exposing the youth of the church to disturbing images, the kind commonly used by anti-abortionists. RevKess got up on his soap box for a little while on abortion. A UU minister in Missouri wrote about the incident in NOLA.
Over on Patheos this summer there has been a conversation about environmentalism and whether Pagans are truly doing their part. Taylor Ellwood has this article on the Agora forum, you can read more through this page.
SJ Tucker and Betsy Tinney will be in Lincoln on 19 August 2014, Tuesday. They will be performing at the historic Ferguson House, a concert sponsored by KZUM and the Wayward Concert Series through the Unitarian Church of Lincoln.
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.
Sunday the 9th of June 2013 brings you the second installment of Musica Pagani the reboot. RevKess had a lot of fun putting this edition together. Recorded in advance, the show is full of music that everyone is sure to enjoy. Whether you like new age instrumental, heavy drumming and some rock, or simple Pagan ballads from some of the greatest musicians around the globe, there is sure to be something for everyone.
Before giving you the play list, the cast of personalities on PMPChannel would like to remind you to visit their advertisers and sponsors.
Michelle from the Red Grail visited Murf, Kate and Phil at the studio this morning. She brought in a lovely little blue dragon statue for Murf. Would seem that the fae had been playing around with Michelle’s figurine collection and knocked the dragon shelf off. The dragon was perfectly up right, but the shelf was on the floor as at an angle. Now the little dragon is sitting at Murf’s home along with all her other dragon friends.
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Hello, my friends! Sorry for any delay in the posting of the play list from Mother’s Day. Been a rather hectic week. But it is here, finally!
As you may recall, 12 May 2013 was Mother’s Day. It was also the start of a tracking week at KZUM. So, the play list has an obvious theme and reads a little differently. The theme was Mothers and Mother Goddesses. For good reason. And as you can see by looking at the list, we included the recorded label, recording company, or the artist’s name again if it was a self=published CD. This is the first time the list has been posted in this format, we hope you might find it useful.
Any errors are mine. I would appreciate any corrections that you might catch. You can comment to this posting with those corrections.
Mother’s Day Playlist
Wytches Chant ’98 – Inkubus Sukkubus – Away with the Faeries – Resurrection Records
at the beginning – dan kennedy – intuition -Mt Pollux Music
Talking Rocks – Stephen Savage – Future -Memory Danforth
Moon and Stream – Masako – Masako – Masako
Whispered From Within – Catherine Marie Charlton -River Flow: Sanctuary – Birds Flower Music
Gaia – Annette Cantor – Songs for the Goddess – Source Being Productions
Mother Gaia – Lis Addison – Crown in the Sky – LAZZ Promotions
Silk and Jasmine – Al Conti – The Blue Rose – Shadowside Music
Joyful Inspiration – Lia Scallon – The Luminous Pearl – Sounds of Sirius
Itu Lagu – AOMusic – Hokulea – Arcturian Gate
Arms of the Mother – Abbi Spinner McBride – Enter the Center – Abbi Spinner McBride
Good Mother Honey – Carolyn Hillyer – Grandmother Turtle – Seventh Wave Music
Ancient Mother – Amikaeyla and Ariana – Oshun Gaia – Amikaeyla and Ariana
Earth Mother – Desert Wind – Return to the Goddess: In Chants & Song – Alan Scott Bachman
Mother of the World – Sharon Knight – Incantation – Trance Jam
The Earth is Our Mother – Carien Wijnen – Womyn with Wings – Carien Wijnen
Heart of the Mother – Elaine Silver – Lady of the Lake – Silver Stream Music
A Mother’s Love – Gwydion Pendderwen – The Faerie Shaman – Serpentine Music
The Goddess Suite – Kirshna Das – Pilgrim Heart – Triloka
My Mother’s Song – Rowena – My Mother’s Song – Spiral Gate Records
GenIsis – Goddess Alchemy Project – Frequencies of the Motherland – Goddess Alchemy Project