MMM: 011914 Animals & Healing

crayon animalsTo continue with our animal inspired shows this month, thank you Michelle for the musings, we launched into a delightful collection of songs from artists like the Beach Boys, Cornell Kindernecht & Martin McCall, Cynthia McQuillan, the Brave Combo and more. Along the way we introduced some brand new music (to us) from Cornell & McCall and Phoenix Rising.

Dr. E/Hyperion – founder of the Unnamed Path tradition and Santero conjure man

Towards the end of the first hour we paid homage to Dr E, the conjure man and Santero, as well as asked for healing energy to be sent towards Donald Michael Kraig, author and teacher, and Morning Glory Zell, Oberon’s beloved wife. Dr. E died of a heart attack early last week, and both Donald and Morning Glory are in hospital battling complications with cancer.

  1. Pet Sounds – Beach Boys – (title)
  2. Gecko – Cornell Kinderknecht and Martin McCall – Dream Time
  3. Golden Buddha – Phoenix Rising – Mystic Places
  4. Sky Children – Akasa – Portal
  5. Arabesque – Andre Feriante – Novella-Ukulele Mosaique
  6. Unicorns in the Forest – Gerald Jay Markoe – Ancient Ceremonies
  7. Fur and Feather – Anne Hill – Circle Round and Sing
  8. Children’s Totem Chant – Spiral Rhythm – Roll of Thunder
  9. Circle of Life (From Lion King), in the style of Gregorian Chant – Voices of Ascension – Bibbidi Bobbidi Bach
  10. Healing Circle Song – Crow Women – Crow Goddess

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    Donald Michael Kraig, author of Modern Magick

  11. A Lifetime Spent – Paul Spaeth – Redemption
  12. Taranis, Celtic – Get Tribal – God of Drum
  13. Feed the Birds (from Mary Poppins), in the style of Brahms – Shanghai Quartet –  Heigh-Ho! Mozart
  14. The Tortoise – Anne Lister – A Flame in Avalon
  15. Cats in the Dawn – Cynthia McQuillian – Bedlam Cats
  16. Three Ducks Waltz/Polka/Cha Cha – Brave Combo – Mood Swing Music
  17.  Cats and Fairies – Morgana Davies – Fairy Gifts-Celtic Folk Tales
  18. Were-Owl – SJ Tucker – Mischief
  19. Eagle – Life in General – No Need to be Lonely (Disc 2)
  20. The Waves Down In the Ocean –  Karan Casey and friends –  Seal Maiden
  21. Alligator in the House –  Tricky Pixie –  Mythcreants
  22. White Rabbit – Tuatha Dea – the Tribe

    Morning Glory

  23. Unicornis – Corvus Corax – Gimli
  24. The Tiger – Coyote Run – Between Wick and Flame
  25. House of Mama Dragon – SJ Tucker – Haphazard

Dr E, as Hyperion, guested on an episode of the Pagan-Musings Podcast in January of 2011. He joined RevKess and KaliSara to talk about the magick of men who love men and his tradition The Unnamed Path.

Donald Michael Kraig is the author of numerous books and articles, including Modern Magick and Modern Sex Magick. He has been diagnosed with stage four pancreatic cancer.

Morning Glory, the beloved wife of Oberon Zell (founder of the Church of All Worlds) is an avid devotee of the Goddess. She paid KaliSara and RevKess an unexpected visit while they were interviewing Ariel, the editrix of The Green Egg, and Oberon in an episode of Pagan-Musing Podcast in June 2011. She spoke of her Goddess statue collection and Goddess retreats. She entered the ICU with kidney failure and dehydration related to recurring battle with cancer.

PMP: Anything Goes & Anne Hill

To be perfectly honest, less than six hours before the show went live, RevKess and KaliSara had no real idea of what they were going to talk about in this week’s episode. Not because they were lacking for topics or were being lazy. Launching the year on the show can be tiring.  They want to make sure that they kick things off with a bang. So, for lack of being decisive, they were going to a strictly “anything goes” musings show. That all changed when Geoffrey Stewart, the lynch pin for the Pagan Values Blogject, tagged RevKess in a comment to a post in the Pagan Values group on Facebook. Anne Hill, who visited the show on 6 May 2012 to discuss her ebook The Baby and the Bathwater, is an instructor at Cherry Hill Seminary. This winter semester she has been asked to do a non-credited condensed version of her Pagan Ethics masters level class.

Real World Pagan Ethics is the name of the four week class being offered through Cherry Hill. Available to all students of Cherry Hill, first time or master’s program, for only $95. The core reading is from Brendan Myers’ 2008 release The Other Side of Virtue along with articles from various Pagans around the world who have participated in the annual Pagan Values Blogject – including this article from Deborah Lipp.

What does it mean to be an ethical magical practitioner? How can you tell if a teacher or coven leader has good boundaries? When we step into leadership, how can we make sure we are doing right by our communities? This course is designed to help clarify our internal ethical code, and then apply it to the areas of Community, Service, Ritual, and Leadership. The poet and philosopher M.C. Richards wrote, “It takes a golden ear to be empty enough of itself to hear clearly.” We will approach the formation of healthy, rigorous ethics and boundaries in the spirit of deep listening and open conversation, and follow where it leads.

Along the way they talked about ethics, leadership, elder care and more.

After Anne signed off, RevKess mentioned Boudica Foster’s republished article Celebrity Pagans, talking about what are commonly referred to as BNPs (Big Named/Nosed Pagans) and SJ Tucker’s upcoming changes to her music catalog, dropping the use of the word “Gypsy” in at least four songs and her bio. The discussion in comments is really interesting to read. (As well as taking a listen to an episode of Sound & Spirit on WGBH.)

Music

  1. Wendy Rule – Black Snake – Black Snake
  2. FishBird – Marie LaVeau – FishBird
  3. Damh the Bard – The Wicker Man (single release, 3 January 2014)
  4. SJ Tucker – The Great Velocipede Migration – Wonders

The Mess Debuts Damh’s Wicker Man Single

Sunday the 5th of January brought what we believe to be a first on Murphy’s Magic Mess, the US debut of Damh the Bard’s newest single, The Wicker Man. Released to the public on the 3rd, to the best of our knowledge the Mess was the first terrestrial radio show to play this wonderful single from British Pagan/Druid recording artist Damh the Bard. You can listen to and purchase the single here.

I enjoyed teasing Murf and Kate, as well as the listeners, with hints at what was in store late in the show. Along with Damh’s single we also played a lot of new New Age music from artists like Kristin Amarie, Yang Yiing, Timothy Wenzel, Steven Vitali, Masako and Dan Chadburn. In the second half of the show we brought you new music from SJ Tucker, Wendy Rule and of course Damh the Bard. Along the way we played classic pieces from Inanna, Ubaka Hill and Lesiem. So much more. Check out the play list below for a full listing of the music.

Play List

Song Title Featured Artist Album
Wytches Chant ’98 Inkubus Sukkubus Away with the Fairies
The Other Side of Tristesse Masako Call of the Mountains
Mystery Dan Chadburn Nocturnes
Heaven, Human, Earth Yang Ying Elixir
A Sign of the Dragon Steven Vitali Language of the Soul
Winter in Shimla Kristin Amarie Notes from a Journey
The Bridge to Our Dreams Timothy Wenzel River Serene
Druids Trance Psicodreamics Ancient Wisdom
Rainbow People Inanna Skin and Bone
Ice Sorm Alexander James Adams Ember Days
Sahara Sunrise Sonic Tribe Sonic Tribe
Sistory Ubaka Hill Dance the Spiral Dance
Ave Fortuna Lesiem Mystic Spirit Voices [Intent City]
Carouselle Accolade Festivalia
Song of the Witches SJ Tucker Wonders
The Wicker Man Damh the Bard The Wicker Man
Seasons of the Witch FishBird FishBird
Salacious Claque Rosin Coven Sing Me Malaise

It was tracking again this week, so the play list reads differently than how I normally post it.

Musica Pagani #9: A day early

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.

Music

  1. Jenna Greene – Rise Up Singin’ – Crossroads
  2. Jami Sieber – Dream Raga – Timeless
  3. Jami Sieber – Invisible Wings – Lush Mechanique
  4. Lia Scallon – Gift of Serenity – The Luminous Pearl
  5. Lia Scallon – Pearl – Crystal Keys
  6. Al Conti – Minstrel’s Song – The Blue Rose
  7. Al Conti – Abstract Desire – Poeta
  8. Steven Halpber – Deep Alpha 8Hz Pt 5 – Deep Alpha
  9. Steven Halpern – Deep Theta 2.0 Pt 1 – Deep Theta 2.0
  10. Shining Wheel Pagan Chorus – Bring the Rain – Elemental Children of Earth
  11. Shining Wheel Pagan Chorus – Runnin’ Wild – Elemental Children of Earth
  12. S.J. Tucker – Mummy Medusa – Haphazard
  13. S.J. Tucker – Ravens in the Library – Mischief
  14. Celia – The Bee, the Mouse, and the Bum Clock – Irish Tales
  15. Candace Night – Dangerous Smile – Reflections
  16. Blackmore’s Night – The Spinner’s Tale – Dancer and the Moon
  17. Kenny Klein – Ghosts of the Lower 9th Ward – Ghosts of the Delta
  18. Kenny Klein – Jugband Blues – Ghosts of the Delta
  19. Murphey’s Midnight Rounders – Wreck of the Modern Pagan – Swede Hollow
  20. Murphey’s Midnight Rounders – Pixie Glide – Swede Hollow
  21. Tuatha Dea (featuring Spiral Rhythm) – The Blessing – The Tribe

MMM 7/14/13: Transitions

Murf's Blue DragonPost Star City Pride here in Lincoln, Ne. Phil over slept. He woke up 15 minutes into today’s Mess. Murf and *K8 were doing fine without him, but luckily they called to make sure he was on his way. If for no other reason than to arrive at the studio in time to do Lavender Hill. Even with him being late, he was able to get the whole play list entered into the Facebook notes for Murphy’s Magic Mess and get all situated for the long day at KZUM – he stayed to help engineer a special musical guest for The Wimmins Show.

Saturday was the marriage of two long time KZUM listeners, particularly of the Mess. And recently Murf lost a friend who was an English professor at University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Much of today’s show was in dedication to all three of those wonderful people. A bit sad at times, but also a lot of fun at others.

The Music

(Playlist formatting note, *K8 enters information in a different order and Phil continued with that after his arrival. The order is Song title, Artist, CD.)

  1. Wytches’ Chant ’98 – Inkubus Sukkubus – Away with the Faeries
  2. Naked Love – Fiona Joy Hawkins – 600 Years in a Moment
  3. Beginning the Journey – Pure Heart Ensemble – Bliss of Being
  4. Dancing with Tinkerbell – Jami Sieber – Timeless
  5. The Blue Rose – Al Conti – the Blue Rose
  6. Undulant Sea – Meg Bowles – The Shimmering Land
  7. Dulcimer in G – Dan Kennedy – Lantern
  8. Massif Central Polka/Boy’s Lament for His Dragon/Polka Piquee
  9. Dancer and the Moon – Blackmore’s Night – Dancer and the Moon
  10. The Celtic Passage – Gerry Marchand – The Hooded Man
  11. the Lake of Innisfree – The Waterboys – An Appointment with Mr. Yeats
  12. Aeolis the Wind – Ruth Barrett & Cynthia Smith – The Heart is the Only Nation
  13. Handfasting Blessing – SJ Tucker – Blessings
  14. Love is Your Magic – Michelle Mays – The Promise
  15. Frey and Freya – T Thorn Coyle and Sharon Knight – Songs for the Strengthen Sun
  16. The Sweet Irlandaise – Alan Stivell – Again
  17. The Kirk  Douglas Ghoullie – North Sea Gas – The Caledonian Collection
  18. Bodhran – The Young Dubliners – Red
  19. Finn and the Old Man’s House – John Renbourn Robin & Williamson – The Wheel of Fortune
  20. The Hosting of the Sidhe – The Waterboys – An Appointment with Mr Yeats
  21. Danny Boy – Tuatha Dea – Tuatha Dea
  22. Salad of Doom – SJ Tucker
  23. What Up Your’s? – Barley Juice – The Barley Juice Collection

Murphy’s Magic Mess, Summer Solstice/Super Moon 2013

ad bannerToday on KZUM‘s Murphy’s Magic Mess, Murf, *K8, and Phil celebrated the Summer Solstice and the Full Moon. *K8 diligently typed up the play list as we were going. Summer Solstice celebrations have been going strong all around the world. Doreen Valiente was honored in her place of birth with a “blue plaque” that declares her the “Mother of Modern Witchcraft.”

Click the plaque to see a video of the commemoration.

Click the plaque to see a video of the commemoration.

Included in the list of songs you will find links to videos, lyrics, the artists’ pages and other useful information about the songs. The format *K8 uses is slightly different from what you see on other play lists on this site. She uses “song title”, “artist”, “album”.

Playlist

  1. Isis, Astarte – Kate West & the Hearth of Hecate – Elements of Chant (word of caution when opening this link, it auto plays “Isis, Astarte”.)
  2. The Beginning – Takashi Suzuki – Hiroshima Eternal
  3. Blessings – Stephen DeRuby – Awakening
  4. Last Suitor – Al Conti – The Blue Rose
  5. Age of Wisdom – Lia Scallon – The Luminous Pearl
  6. Sunrise on East Mesa – John Huling – Ancient Canyons
  7. Ocean of Heart – Anima – Light of Aluna
  8. Jumproping – Dan Kennedy – Intuition
  9. After the Circus – Stephen Savage – Future Memory
  10. Goddess of the Sun – Beverly Frederick – Through the Darkness
  11. Strawberry Girl – Blackmore’s Night – Autumn Sky
  12. Hymn to the Goddess – Iris – Season of Song
  13. Magic Wheel (Green Grow the Rushes Oh!) – Chorus of Light – Gaia’s Voice (lyrics at http://www.paganlibrary.com/music_poetry/green_grow_rushes.php)
  14. Lady of the Silver Wheel – Damh the Bard – The hills they are hollow
  15. Children of the Sun – David Arkenstone – Celtic Book of Days
  16. Moon She Rises – Gaia Consort – Evolve
  17. Solstice Call – Gaia Consort – Evolve
  18. Venus Vina Musica – Corvus Corax – Venus Vina Musica 
  19. White Rabbit – Tuatha Dea – The Tribe 
  20. Willow, Water, Moon and Stream – Cernunnos Rising – Urban Druid
  21. The Truth about Ninjas – SJ Tucker – Mischief 
  22. Go Now – Kiva – Live from the Forest Inn

Be sure to tune in next week for Murphy’s Magic Mess as we celebrate Independence Day in the United States of America. Patriotic music, celebrations of freedom and much more!

Murphy’s Magic Mess: Father’s Day

ad bannerWhat 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.

Music

  1. Inkubus Sukkubus – Wytches’ Chant ’98 – Away with the Faeries
  2. Takashi Suzuki – The Unknown Sight – Voyage: Hiroshima Eternal
  3. Al Conti – the Minstrel’s Song – The Blue Rose
  4. Masako – Forgotten Moments – Masako
  5. Lia Scallon – Joyful Inspiration – The Luminous Pearl
  6. David Arkenstone & Charlee Brooks – Origins – Loveren
  7. Anima – Ancient Future – Light of Aluna (radio edits)
  8. Lunacy – Shango – Lunacy
  9. Al Conti – Odin the Wanderer – Northern Seas
  10. Clannad – Robin, the Hooded Man –
  11. Sj Tucker – Hymn to Herne – Blessings
  12. Blackmore’s Night – March the Heroes Home – Under a Violet Moon
  13. Dave Carter & Tracey Grammar – Gentle Soldier of My Soul – Drum Hat Buddha
  14. Fred Small – I Will Stand Fast – I Will Stand Fast
  15. Fred Small – Scott & Jamie – I Will Stand Fast
  16. Tuatha Dea – The Blessing – The Tribe (feat. Spiral Rhythm
  17. Bryan Bowers – Old Lovers – For You
  18. John McCutcheon – Dad’s Got That Look – Family Garden
  19. Buffy Sainte-Marie – He’s a Pretty Good Man if You Ask Me – Best of….
  20. The Chorus of Life – Gaia’s Circles – Gaia’s Voice
  21. Robin Moore – What’s Wild Is Wild (spoken word from the children’s storyteller himself)
  22. Tuatha Dea – Hypocritical Mass – The Tribe (feat. Murphey’s Midnight Rounders)
  23. Tom Petty – The Last DJ – The Last DJ

The Mess: *K8’s Birfday Show

*K8 and the empty "Pun Jar"

*K8 and the empty “Pun Jar”

This week we celebrated *K8’s birthday, or as she put it: Birfday. She was lucky enough to attend a show at the Zoo Bar in Lincoln, show casing the Brave Combo with opening act by the Bolzen Beer Band (local to Lincoln). As has become tradition on the Mess, the birthday person gets to program the majority of the music. This week’s show was not overtly Pagan, but did feature many of *K8’s favorite songs and bands. She is a big fan of polka, having been a former host of KZUM‘s The Polka Show.

Music

  1. Inkubus Sukkubus – Wytches Chant ’98 – Away with the Faeries
  2. Masako – Ottauquechee River – Masako
  3. The Antler Kin – Monica Richards -InfraWarrior
  4. Al Conti – Bamboo Night Garden – The Blue Rose
  5. Lia Scallon – Grace & Gratitude – The Luminous Pearl
  6. The Knowing – Takashi Suzuki – Voyage
  7. Catherine Marie Charlton – Be Still My Soul – River Flow
  8. Beach Boys – Unreleased Backgrounds – Pet Sounds
  9. Mike Rayburn – Bele Chere – Wooden Voices
  10. Brave Combo – Joy Waltz – Polka’s Revenge
  11. Peter, Paul, & Mary – It’s Raining – Around the Campfire
  12. Leonard Nimoy & William Shatner – Music to Watch Space Girls By – Spaced Out
  13. Beach Boys – Sail Plain Song – Endless Harmony
  14. Beach Boys – Loop de Loop (Flip Flop Flyin’ in an Aeroplane) – Endless Harmony
  15. Brave Combo – Flying Saucer (live version) – Kick-Ass Polkas
  16. Roger Miller – You Can’t Roller Skate in a Buffalo Herd – Roger Miller Live!
  17. Bolzen Beer Band – Gypsy – Sex Drugs Polka
  18. Big Lou – Doggie Dance – Dogs Playing Polka
  19. Brave Combe – Bumble Bee – Let’s Kiss
  20. Emerald Rose – Pagan Girl – Bending Tradition
  21. Gaia Consort – Just Because – Gaia Circles
  22. Frenchy and the Punk – Vitame Vas – Happy Madness
  23. SJ Tucker – Kash Kash – Solace and Sorrow
  24. John Denver – Grandma’s Feather Bed – The Very Best of John Denver
  25. Me First and the Gimme Gimmes – Seasons in the Sun – Have a Ball
  26. Polkadelics – Swingin’ the Alphabet – One Step Over the Line
  27. Tom Chapin – Two Kinds of Seagulls – Mother Earth (or This Pretty Planet)
  28. Karan Casey and friends – the Waves Down in the Ocean – Seal Maiden
  29. O Brother Where Art Thou? – Indian War Whoop – O Bother Where Art Thou? soundtrack
  30. Leonard Nimoy & William Shatner – Highly Illogical – Spaced Out
  31. Leslie Fish – The Gods Aren’t Crazy – Avalon is Risen
  32. The Blues Brothers – Rubber Biscuit – Briefcase Full of Blues
  33. Those Darn Accordions – Fire – Squeeze This!
  34. New Generation Band – Let’s Go Beer Drinking – This Ain’t Your Daddy’s Polka

Musica Pagani (reboot) #1

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At PMPChannel we get several CDs a month plus permission from more artists than we can keep up with during the normal course of shows. A while back RevKess started doing editions of Musica Pagani to showcase those very musicians. KaliSara, Zaracon, Julian and RevKess do their best to give these musicians due time on their shows, but there just isn’t enough time during a news or talk program.

In this first edition of the revised show you hear music from New Age artists like Stephen DeRuby, Anima, Lia Scallon and Dan Kennedy. You also hear from Pagan musicians SJ Tucker, Cernunnos Rising and Tuatha Dea.

Stephen DeRuby‘s newest CD, Awakenings, and the latest from Anima, Light of Aluna, arrived in RevKess’s inbox only days ago. Lia Scallon‘s The Luminous Pearl and Dan Kennedy‘s Intution have been floating around for a little while and have been played on Murphy’s Magic Mess on KZUM. This is their PMPChannel debut.

SJ Tucker did the score to a Pagan themed film called Ember Days and she recently performed in Lincoln, NE. Cernunnos Rising just released their second CD, Urban Druid, and front man George Nicholas and his daughter Katie will be joining KaliSara and RevKess on the 22nd for an edition of Pagan-Musings Podcast. Tuatha Dea just released their third CD, The Tribe, and have been working long and hard with many talented musicians through a new project called The Tribe (Wendy Rule, Damh the Bard, and others have joined up). Tuatha Dea will be joining RevKess and KaliSara on the 29th for Pagan-Musings Podcast.

The Music

  1. Blackmore’s Night – Sake of the Song – Autumn Sky
  2. Stephen DeRuby – Heart’s Desire – Awakening
  3. Stephen DeRuby – Desert Star – Awakening
  4. Stephen DeRuby – Kundalini Rose – Awakening
  5. Anima – Divine Emanation – Light of Aluna
  6. Anima – Ancient Future – Light of Aluna
  7. Anima – The New Dream – Light of Aluna
  8. Cernunnos Rising – Urban Druid – Urban Druid
  9. Cernunnos Rising – King of the Forest – Urban Druid
  10. Cernunnos Rising – The Great World Tree
  11. SJ Tucker – We Were Angels Once – Ember Days
  12. SJ Tucker – Let Me In – Ember Days
  13. SJ Tucker – Sleep Now, Mother of Heaven – Ember Days
  14. Tuatha Dea – Granny’s Bedtime Tonic –
  15. Tuatha Dea – Mishiamagu (featuring Celia) – The Tribe
  16. Tuatha Dea – The Sky is Falling –
  17. Lia Scallon – Age of Wisdom – The Luminous Pearl
  18. Lia Scallon – Magnificent Gaia – The Luminous Pearl
  19. Lia Scalon – Walk in Beauty – The Luminous Pearl
  20. Dan Kennedy – Story Within a Story – Intuition
  21. Dan Kennedy – Easy Living – Intuition
  22. Dan Kennedy – Troubadour – Intuition

Some videos you might like….

Watch a new video from Stephen DeRuby’s Awakening CD: 

A preview of Anima’s Light of Aluna CD: 

A peak at Cernunnos Rising’s Urban Druid: 

Take a look at the preview of Ember Days, musical score by SJ Tucker: 

PMP: HPF 2013 & Living the Community

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A week after Heartland and KailSara and RevKess were still “hung over” from all the energy and fun they had. Their show on the 1st talked about some of their experiences and the workshops they attended. A large focus was placed on Tuatha Dea, the headline musicians for the event. A fabulous concert indeed.

Early in the show they spoke briefly with Julian Marcus, the host of “Home of the Ancestors“. HotA premiers this Wednesday, the 5th of June, at 7pm PDT/9pm CDT. This program will talk about ancestral traditions from around the world. From ancient Greece, Rome and Egypt to the Celts of Europe, Asian traditions, African religions and aboriginal traditions from around the globe.

Returning to the show schedule on PMPChannel is the reboot of Musica Pagani, a Pagan and New Age music program hosted by RevKess. This program will once again feature music that is sent to us by the musicians themselves as well as the music from other artists that have granted us their permission to share their wonderful art with our listeners.

Links

  • For all things Tuatha Dea.
  • Heartland Pagan Festival, special guests.
  • More information on HPF 2013 can be found in the show notes from PWN #95.
  • The Tribe Online, a networking site for Pagan artists, musicians, vendors, shop owners, bloggers, authors and podcasters.

Music

  1. Tuatha Dea – Tonight – Kith & Kin
  2. Tuatha Dea – Bagabi – Kith & Kin
  3. Wendy Rule – Night Sea Journey – Deity
  4. Tuatha Dea (feat. Wendy Rule) – Aradia – The Tribe
  5. SJ Tucker – We Are Shangri-La (Emerald City Remix) – Ember Days 
  6. Tuatha Dea – Sympathy for the Devil (Special Kickstarter Backer premium)