PMP: Telergy and the Legend of Goody Cole

Hello, everyone! KaliSara and RevKess are at Heartland Pagan Festival down near Kansas City at Camp Gaea. This is the first year that Heartland is on totally Pagan owned land, last fall Kansas City Heartland Spiritual Association made their final payment on the land. Congratulations to them!

Towards the end of April, RevKess sat down via Skype with Robert McClung and talked about Telergy and the Lgend of Goody Cole. This weekend’s edition is the result of that conversation.

Here at Pagan-Musings Podcast Channel we strive to have a new episode for you every Saturday evening as well as our Pagan Weekly News and the occasional other programs like Musica Pagani, Lavender Hill and Selections from the Mess. Starting on June 5th, we are adding a brand new show to the line up. Home of the Ancestors with host Julian Marcus. We will continue to produce our regular shows and keep working on adding more and more to our line up for your listening pleasure and education.

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Now on to the show notes for Saturday 25 May 2013: Telergy and the Legend of Goodie Cole:GCole

  • Telergy‘s website includes information about the concept behind the music, pictures of the musicians involved, and links to online sources for further study on both Goody Cole and the earlier release, Exodus.
  • A review of The Legend of Goody Cole on HardrockHaven.net.
  • Wikipedia’s article on Goodwife Eunice Cole.
  • Lane Memorial Library in Hampton, NH, has information on their site.
  • Article on the Hampton Historical Society‘s website.
  • An article from SeaCoastNH.com,including a “trick” photo of Goody Cole visiting her memorial stone on the edge of Meeting House Green.
  • A two part article by Fiona Broome on Hollow Hill, a ghost hunting site. Part 1, part 2.
  • Goody Cole’s article on Sacred-Texts.com.

Robert and RevKess had a wonderful conversation about the story of Goody Cole and the process of making this CD. During the conversation Robert mentioned many of the musicians that he worked with on this project. You got to hear some of those musicians throughout the show as well as pieces from the new CD from Telergy.

Before we get to the music you heard, here is the promotional video that was produced in conjunction with the IndieGoGo campaign that successfully helped to bring The Legend of Goody Cole to reality. 

Music

  1. Meeting House Green Pt 1 – Telergy – The Legend of Goody Cole
  2. Meeting House Green Pt 2 – Telergy – The Legend of Goody Cole
  3. Scene 1 – Telergy – The Legend of Goody Cole (spoken word with music)
  4. Rumors – Telergy – The Legend of Goody Cole (background during interview)
  5. Enchantress – Jenna Greene – Wild Earth Child
  6. Gypsy Heart – Featherscale – Gypsy Heart 
  7. Exoneration – Telergy – Legend of Goody Cole
  8. Pagan Polka – SONA – Spoonwalk
  9. Sky Father – Murphey’s Midnight Rounders – I Am The Goddess
  10. Hey Mama (I’m A Real Live Witch) – Murphey’s Midnight Rounders – Swede Hollow
  11. Moon- Wendy Rule – Wolf Love
  12. Fire in the Head – Emerald Rose – Bending Tradition
  13. Morrighan – Damh the Bard
  14. Everyday Goddess – Celia – Breathe
  15. Odin the Wanderer – Al Conti – Northern Seas
  16. Specter of the Forest and Sea – Frenchy and the Punk – Elephant Uproar
  17. Cunning Man – Legend – Triple Aspect
  18. Hey Goddess – Big Bad Gina – Amazon Warrior Princess
  19. Triple Aspect – Legend – Triple Aspect
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Musica Pagani: Music of the Divine Feminine

On Wednesday, April 11, RevKess hosted a special edition of Musica Pagani with guest Jenna Greene. It was a special edition because it was done live. Musica Pagani is usually recorded in advance, but this time RevKess had a guest host with him and wanted to do it live and raw for the listeners.

Jenna Greene is a wonderful guest to have on the show, and this was her third or fourth appearance on the Channel. She’s released two CD’s and is already working out ideas for a third. Crossroads, her debut album, is a beautiful collection of songs showing some of her vocal talent and sharing her song writing skills with the world. Her second album, Wild Earth Child, has just been released and has more of a world fusion feel to the instrumentals, but continues to display her vocal talents.

Jenna joined RevKess to talk about some of the music written, recorded, or produced by Pagan women. After talking a little about each of the artists featured a selection from one of their albums was played for listener enjoyment.

Play List

  • The Gypsy’s Ribbon – A Perfect Blend – A Taste of the Ribbon
  • Leigh Ann Hussey – Greenmantle (ritual mix) – Homebrew
  • Shawna Carol – Sacred Pleasure – Goddess Chant
  • Wendy Rule – Deity – Deity
  • T Thorn Coyle & Sharon Knight – Ancestor Chant – Songs for the Waning Season
  • Pandemonaeon – Song of Mari – Dangerous Beauty
  • Blackmore’s Night (featuring Candice Night) – Play Minstrel Play
  • Jenna Greene – Brigid – Wild Earth Child
  • SJ Tucker – Ravens in the Library – Mischief
  • Donna Fullman – Oh the Words – Lyrically Speaking
  • The Gypsy’s Ribbon – Cosmic Beat – A Taste of the Ribbon

You can listen to the full episode here.
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