(Editor’s note: We are playing a little catch up with our play lists. Our apologies for the delays.) Sunday, 14 September 2014 was Phil’s birthday. As such he got to pick all the music for the show. Twenty-six of Phil’s favorites, from new age to Pagan rock, found their way onto the final play list. With almost six hours worth of music to pick from, there was a lot that got chopped to fit into a two hour show. Tough choices, but a lot of fun was had by all.
Wytches’ Chant ’98 – Inkubus Sukkubus – Away with the Fairies
Invocation – Luminous World Orchestra – Moments from the Life Stories of Strangers
Calligraphy – Laura Sullivan – The Gathering II
Andean Blues – Ciro Hurtado – Ayahausca Dreams
Frolik – Matthew Schoening – Narrow Path
New Normal – Adam Andrews – Road to Ambo
Once Around – Ray Spiegel Ensemble – Moksha
Demeter’s Daughter – Anne Lister – Spreading Rings
Persephone – Mama Gina – Goddess Kiss’d
I Am Isis – Celia – sampler 2
Prayer for Isis – Omnia – Sine Missione
Witches Tree – Cernunnos Rising – Urban Druid
The Mummer’s Dance – Loreena McKennitt – The Mummer’s Dance through Ireland
Ravens in the Library – SJ Tucker – Mischief
Oak & Ash & Thorn – Kiva – A Call to Beauty
Herne the Hunter – Pandora Celtica – On Thin Ice
Waiting for John Barleycorn – Murphey’s Midnight Rounders – Swede Hollow
Don’t go Drinking with Hobbits – Marc Gunn – Don’t Go Drinking with Hobbits.
Do Virgins Taste Better Medley – Brobdingabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyznagian Bards – A Faire to Remember
Tail of a Star – Colette O’Connor & Deb Anderson – (unreleased single)
My Karma Broke Down – Three Weird Sisters – Hair of the Frog
Talk Like A Pirate Day – Tom Smith – They Say I Have Talent
Ladies in the SCA – Joe Bethancourt & Leslie Fish
Jabberwocky – Isaac Bonewits – Avalon is Rising
Jabberwocky – Omnia – Wolf Love
Dagda’s Club – Isaac Bonewits – Avalon is Rising
#22 was selected because 19 September is International Talk Like a Pirate Day. Following just days after Phil’s birthday, he has an affinity for pirates. Who doesn’t?? #20 was selected for two reasons, a great song and Deb Anderson is the Goddess Mother of both Murphy’s Magic Mess and Lavender Hill on KZUM. She is the host of The Wimmins Show. Each track has a reason for it being on his favorites list, perhaps in a future posting he will explain each choice – or you can ask in comments.
For the fifth year in a row Phil cobbled together a Blues program to fill the time slot for Murphy’s Magic Mess on KZUM. Every Labor Day Weekend KZUM preempts all programming for 83 hours of Blues. In the past this has been more of a challenge for Phil and the rest of the Mess, this year was different. The challenge was to whittle it down to two hours of music. Didn’t quite happen that way, he had 2 hours and 27 minutes of music and Murf joined the fun with another 47 minutes of music. Clearly not everything on their lists got played.
Kate was off for the weekend attending a family gathering. Michelle and her husband stopped in briefly to share the fun of Murf’s birthday.
The following is the played list of music.
MUSIC for 31 August 2014
Outside the Blues – The Bodhi Brothers – Organically Grown
Movin’ Out Blues – North Sound – Jazz Wolf
I Wanted You to Walk (Right Thru That Door) – Candye Kane – Comin’ Out Swingin’
City Streets – Lisa Hilton – Getaway
Los Angeles Blues – Ciro Hurtado – Los Angeles Blues
Homeless Blues – Linda Herschorn – Roots and Wings
Cello Noodle 3-1-14 – Betsy Tinney – unreleased
Boston + Blues – Lisa Hilton – Getaway
The Devil is an Angel Too – Janiva Magness – Bury Him at the Crossroads
Bury Him at the Crossroads – Janiva Magness – Bury Him at the Crossroads
History of the World – Coyote Poets – Pandora’s Box
I Got the Will (But I Can’t Find My Way) – Etta James – Seven Year Itch
Celluloid Heroes – Blackmore’s Night – Autumn Sky
Skye Boat Blues – Tuatha Dea – Kith & Kin
Reincarnation Blues – Skypilot – Under the Radar
Working Girl Blues – Reel World String Band – Mountain Songs
Talking Wheelchair Blues – Fred Small – Heart of the Appaloosa
Howie’s Norvegian Bluess – Tom Smith – And They Say I’ve Got Talent
Overflowin’ Cat Box Blues – Cynthia McQuillan – Bedlam Cats
I Used to be a Powerful Priestess – Leigh Ann Hussey – Homebrew (radio edit)
Hoopty Blues – Murphey’s Midnight Rounders – Running on Empty
Black Swan Blues – SJ Tucker – Stolen Season Sneak Peaks EP
Blood and Bones – Coyote Poets – Pandora’s Box
On Sunday 7 September 2014 we’ll return with our usual Mess of music and fun, plus the second half of the SJ Tucker and Betsy Tucker interview from 19 August.
Father’s Day on the Mess was a fun and sometimes confusing mess. The Mama Dragon had two master discs to play from, so Phil found himself bouncing back and forth between the two. Along with those two masters was the collection of new age music for the first half hour and a variety of other selections from the KZUM stacks and the random CDs all three brought with them. The below playlist is courtesy the efforts of *K8, Phil has made any minor corrections that were needed.
Wytches’ Chant ’98 – Inkubus Sukkubus – Away with the Fairies
The Dreamer – Peter Calandra – Inner Circle
Heartstrings – Matt & Rebecca Stuart – Minstrel Streams
Sunrise to Sunset – Jennifer DeFrayne – By a Wire
Wondering – John Luttrell – The Dream Exchange
Paso Doble – Bob Ardern – Craftsman
Kaleidoscope – Lisa Hilton – Kaleidoscope
Lord Fenugreek – Sharon Knight – Incantation
Waltzing with Bears/the Neat thing about my Father was… – Rosalie Sorrels – What does it mean to love?
Daddy’s Little Girl – Heather Bishop – Taste of the Blues
The Undertaker’s Daughter – Mama Gina – The Undertaker’s Daughter
Ink Bah Tah/Horned Lover/7-fold Chant – Lady Rhiannon – Covenant of Kernunnos Chants (rough cut)
Sky Father – Murphey’s Midnight Rounders – I Am the Goddess
Mother Earth, Father Sky – Teresa Spirit Song – Hand of Time
He’s a pretty good man, if you ask me – Buffy Sainte-Marie – Best of Buffy Sainte-Marie
My Dad – Ray Stevens – All Time Hits
Dad’s Got that Look – John McCutcheon – Family Garden
Talkin’ to the Wrong Man – Eddie Blazonczyk’s (Sr. & Jr.) Versatones – Music Music Music
Man with the Weird Beard – Heather Bishop – Belly Button
Hymn to Herne – SJ Tucker – Blessings
Some Fathers Have Gone to Glory – Sally Rogers and Claudia Schmidt –
Alester’s Wake – Haze – Book of Shadows
Brothers Fallen – Saor Patrol and the Dolmen – Crann Tara
Cernunnos – Faith and the Muse – Shoumei
What’s up yours – Barleyjuice – The Barleyjuice Collection
Remember to tune in live every Sunday morning at 9am Central for two hours of New Age and Pagan music brought to by the hosts of Murphy’s Magic Mess: Nadine “Mama Dragon” Murphy, *K8 Smith, and “Rev. Moonbeam” Phil Kessler. Listen on the website for KZUM, on the radio (in the Lincoln, NE area) at 89.3FM, or using your favorite mobile listening app (like TuneIn). You can find the show on Facebook where the hosts share a rough-draft playlist immediately after each show and links to videos and Pagan news throughout the week.
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.
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
It is the 5th Sunday in a month, which means RevKess gets to play around a little more with the music for Musica Pagani. Instead of a combo of New Age and Pagan music, it is all vocals or lively instrumentals this time around. This edition is more a review of RevKess’s favorites on the channel. Music from groups like Murphey’s Midnight Rounders, Telergy and Omnia with some fun from Blackmore’s Night as a teaser for their new album (which parts will be aired in July) and Frenchy and the Punk (adding their Elephant Stomp in July).
The show was mapped out before the disappointing need to reschedule Tuatha Dea’s interview, so there are three tracks from them and some of their Tribe (Spiral Rhythm and Celia). RevKess is working on adding Spiral Rhythm to the approved play list so the listeners can enjoy more of their wonderful tunage as well.
Later this week is the 4th of July celebration on the Pagan-Musings Podcast Channel. This year we are going to do it on Musica Pagani with lots of music about freedom, diversity and independence. Be sure to tune in this Thursday (4 July 2013) at 7pm CT for a musical celebration!
Right up at the top of the hour, the Mama Dragon and her minions took over the boards from the Glorious Gospel. Kate and Murf put together a wonderful set of military and patriotic music to celebrate the freedoms that we as Americans have fought so long and hard for.
This time Phil typed up the play list and *K8 got to hang out at the boards. Some information is missing as *K8 doesn’t always provide full track info. Phil did what he could to find the missing information, but it was not enough. If you have correct track information, please leave it in comments below so the posting can be corrected.
USMC-Military – Reveille – Bugle Calls
USMC-Military – Reveille – Bugle Calls
Jimi Hendrix – the Star Spangled Banner – Live at Woodstock
Irving Berlin – Oh! How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning – This Is The Army (movie soundtrack)
Joanne Shenandoah – One Real American –
Three Weird Sisters – Rite of Passage – Rite the First Time
What a combination of music and features for the Mess today! Phew! Father’s Day, Soundbackers Union and the pre-Solstice show.
What is the Soundbackers Union? It is KZUM’s special “elite” membership group for listeners. Along with our usual membership pledge drives in the Spring and Fall, this year we started the Soundbackers Union with limited edition swag and all kinds of bonuses for the members. You can find out more at www.kzum.org, donations are being accepted online through noon Central Friday the 21st.
Inkubus Sukkubus – Wytches’ Chant ’98 – Away with the Faeries
Takashi Suzuki – The Unknown Sight – Voyage: Hiroshima Eternal
Al Conti – the Minstrel’s Song – The Blue Rose
Masako – Forgotten Moments – Masako
Lia Scallon – Joyful Inspiration – The Luminous Pearl
David Arkenstone & Charlee Brooks – Origins – Loveren
Anima – Ancient Future – Light of Aluna (radio edits)
Lunacy – Shango – Lunacy
Al Conti – Odin the Wanderer – Northern Seas
Clannad – Robin, the Hooded Man –
Sj Tucker – Hymn to Herne – Blessings
Blackmore’s Night – March the Heroes Home – Under a Violet Moon
Dave Carter & Tracey Grammar – Gentle Soldier of My Soul – Drum Hat Buddha
Fred Small – I Will Stand Fast – I Will Stand Fast
Fred Small – Scott & Jamie – I Will Stand Fast
Tuatha Dea – The Blessing – The Tribe (feat. Spiral Rhythm
Bryan Bowers – Old Lovers – For You
John McCutcheon – Dad’s Got That Look – Family Garden
Buffy Sainte-Marie – He’s a Pretty Good Man if You Ask Me – Best of….
The Chorus of Life – Gaia’s Circles – Gaia’s Voice
Robin Moore – What’s Wild Is Wild (spoken word from the children’s storyteller himself)
Tuatha Dea – Hypocritical Mass – The Tribe (feat. Murphey’s Midnight Rounders)
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.
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