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 Humanity Goes On5 comments
17 Jul 2005 @ 03:08, by swanny. Music
Okay heres a song about human persistance,
the way that humankind somehow seems to go on...
despite its trials and tribulations...

Humanity Link = [link]


Ed Jonas

Ps some of my other links may not now work
cause I only have 10 Mb to play with sorry  More >

 Angel's song1 comment
14 Jul 2005 @ 14:25, by swanny. Music
Well through the "magic" of multi track
I present a composition by me and my parakeets
angel and grassy.
I recorded this song earlier
but this version has me, my guitar, grassy singin harmony,
angel playin "cage" and a drum machine.
Now here we go....

Angel song link = [link]  More >

 Our COVENANT as the living BEING we call Earth0 comments
picture22 Apr 2005 @ 20:45, by freo7. Music
Our Covenant AS THE LIVING BEING we call Earth

We are our ancestors come here again... We give thanks and blessings to the Ancestors and Peoples upon whose land we are gathering...

We stand together, heads held high, acknowledging that we too are a Force of Life and in acceptance of our direct connection to All That Is. We stand together knowing that we are a force of life and that we accept each our own direct connection within as the manifestation of, ALL THAT IS.

At the setting of each day
And in the dawn of every new morning
We will remember that...
What we do to the Woman
We do to the Earth.
And what we do to the Earth,
We do to our Children *

For more information on the Earth Mother ceremony please CLICK HERE

Words and Poetry by Brenda McCann, aka Freo`7 - 2005:


Raise Your Manifesting Vibration:
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 The Possible Dream5 comments
5 Oct 2004 @ 11:56, by swanny. Music

WE SEE....... a world..... full of lovers.....
we see a world full of trees.....
we see a world thats at ease ....
with the birds and the bees.....


We see a world full of oceans....
we see a world full of joy...
we see a world....... with a family....
for each girl and each boy....


BRIDGE: We dream...... the possible dream......
We taste...... the peaches and creme.....
We dream ..... the possible world....
For every boy and each girl.....

We see a world where there's sharing.....
We see a world where there's grace....
We see a world where the meaning...
Shines clear on every face.....


October 4, 2004
Humanity (c)  More >

 My New Music Uploads4 comments
20 Sep 2004 @ 01:14, by raypows. Music
I've recently uploaded some new music I've been working on.

It's on the Broadjam site at This Address. There's three songs underneath my pic but click on more... and guess what, there's more. My favorites are It's A Matter of Space, Oudles of Noodles and Gong Along The Watch Tower. Let me know what you think.

There are some new styles emerging from me that I'm really enjoying vocally. Yesterday I had the chance to sing on a CD of Hebrew Kirtans, call and response. Susan Diekman is the artist and she brought together some great musicians on tabla, bansuri, oud, bass, dumbek etc. I was part of the response choir but also had several solos throughout the recording.  More >

 Four Chirps0 comments
picture3 Jul 2004 @ 10:28, by jazzolog. Music
you ask why I perch on a jade green mountain?
I laugh but say nothing
my heart free like a peach blossom
in the flowing stream
going by in the depths in another world not among men


The final mystery is oneself....Who can calculate the orbit of his own soul?

---Oscar Wilde

What I am I am, and say not. Being is the great explainer.

---Henry David Thoreau

Singer Karrin Allyson digs in at the Great Bend Jazz Festival

This is an actual review of 4 new CDs, something I guess I should do more of given my lifelong interest in music. The title refers to an older generation's jazztalk to describe a female singer, specifically a girl who travels with a band---and in those days, that meant an orchestra of 15 men. In other words, a chirp is a jazz chick who sings...and clearly at first glance, as with much jazz slang, it looks neither complimentary or politically correct. Life on the road, particularly with a busload of men---even if every one were in superb emotional condition---is grueling work, and developing some kind of life with dignity in it is not always achieved. Perhaps because of this, and some of the casualties of such a life, to my generation lady jazz singers generally are treated with the highest respect we jazzfans can muster.  More >

 Usu no koe (The voice of the Wooden Mortar)0 comments
picture31 Jan 2004 @ 21:13, by bombadil. Music
The koto is a long zither with movable bridges, characteristic of the East-Asian melodic zone. Often celebrated in literature, it is sometimes compared to a dragon lying on a beach and conversing with the waves— which are evoked by the undulations of the wood on the soundboard. The song below, traditionally accompanied on the koto, is based on a play on words and sounds, the term “Usu” being both a noun meaning “wooden mortar” and an adjective referring to “vague”, “pale”, “light” or “thin” depending on the context. This word, which appears in 12 different places in the original lyrics, gave the song its title, which evokes the passing of seasons.
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 Ah the manner in which I create! - See our website comments
picture 21 Jan 2004 @ 20:29, by magical_melody. Music
This is to my universal family. I love you all!!

Heart Story  More >

 Creating Musical Magic with Jack!0 comments
picture 26 Apr 2003 @ 15:55, by magical_melody. Music
One day, while spending some time with Jack over the summer, we became inspired together to improvise some music. Spirit opened the inspiration for Jack to create a strumming guitar piece that opened me to start singing with a Celtic feel. The melody and lyrics that came were about a man who lived by the sea, and about how this man and I would be coming together to experience a magical adventure. This magical melody (my log name) and lyrics were recorded on CD that day and we recorded the complete version a month later. This song on CD was sent across to New Zealand from Minnesota, and ultimately it helped to bring Max and I together. It was truly a real songline that started weaving real magic in my life! Jack is creating his own type of magic performing nationally on television twice now and on local programs at the young age of 12.

Also see A True Love Story at log  More >

 Women's Music - Honoring Women's History Month
picture 28 Mar 2003 @ 00:35, by letecia. Music
Through the years, I have run across women who's voices and music has inspired me and helped to shape my world. Here are a few of my favorites:

Ruth Barrett is Dianic high priestess, a Ritualist, and pioneer award winning recording artist of original Goddess songs. For over 23 years, she has been teaching workshops in Dianic witchcraft and leading rituals at festivals and conferences internationally. She is author of WOMEN¹S RITES, WOMEN¹S MYSTERIES: Creating Personal and Group Ritual (summer 2003 release), and is passionate about women's magick.

Shekhinah Mountainwater has served a Radical Muse since the Beginning of Goddess Awakening. She is a priestess, ritualist, author, poet, musician and a fore mother in the Goddess movement since the 1970's.

Jana Runnalls is a renowned singer/musician from Glastonbury, whose Goddess songs and chants are sung by many people around the world. She is a gifted performer singing and playing solo or with Katrina Brown and Glastonbury's Wild Women. She is also a very experienced voice teacher. Her many well-known recent recordings include Return to the Goddess and Lady of the Lake. Look for her in Boston mid-May.

Anna Homler has performed throughout the United States and Europe, including appearances at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (L.A.C.E.); PS 122; the Kitchen; Dixon Place and the Poetry Project at St. Mark's Church in New York; Supraclub in Prague; Klarinsly in Bratislava, Slovakia; Ketty Do in Bologna, Italy; the Stadtgarten and the Loft in Koeln, Germany; and the Melkweg and the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam. From 1990 to 2000 she participated in such international festivals as Sonic Disturbance at the Cleveland Public Theatre; New Music America in Montreal; the Tegentonen Festival at the Paradiso in Amsterdam; Milanopoesia in Milan, Primavera Jazz Festival in Sardinia, the Internationales Treffen Muiskerinnen in Aachen; Het Vertel Festival in Gent, Belgium; Voices Festival in Innsbruck, Austria; Spoken Word Festival in Bruessels, Belgium; Dissidentent Festival in Rotterdam, Holland; the Moers Festival in Moers, Germany; the Festival International des Musiques Actuelle in Nancy, France; Musique Actuelle in Victoriaville, Quebec; Music Triennale Koeln, Koeln, Germany and the LMC Festival, at the South Bank, London.

Homler's music first became known in the 1980s with her Breadwoman cassette, a collaboration with Steve Moshier, released on High Performance Audio in the U.S. Her debut CD Do Ya Sa'di Do was relased on amf, an independent German label, in 1992. In 1994 she was featured on sugarconnection: alien cake on No Man's Land and in 1995 on Macaronic Sines, a collaboration with Geert Waegeman and Pavel Fajt on the Belgian label Lowlands. In 1996 she released Silver Bowl Transmission with Voices of Kwahn on North/South in the U.K. In 1997 she released peninsular enclosure on Swarf Finger with the Voices of Kwahn. Her music was also included in Iris, a compilation of women's vocal music on the French label Prikosnovenie. In 1997 a recording of her live performance with Waegeman and Fajt was released as Corne de Vache on Victo in Canada. She is currently working on House of Hands, to be released on ND in January, 2001.

Carolyn Hillyer is a truly Goddess inspired artist, musician, writer and performer who lives with her partner Nigel Shaw and family on the wild hills of Dartmoor in southwest England. Her artwork and music have delighted Conference goers for many years and this year she will share new music with us. Among her most well-loved recordings are the recent Cave of Elders: A Soul Journey for Women, Old Silverhead: Songs and Initiations of Womanhood and Songs of the Forgotten People (with Nigel Shaw).

Judy Piazza has been exploring music and sound since a young age. A percussionist, singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, recording artist, music therapist, and educator, she performs, facilitates workshops, and teaches nationally/internationally at conferences, retreat centers, workshops, schools, and festivals. Judy is founder of Resonance & Rhythms, artistic director and founder of the frame drum ensemble Bendira, and member of the Michigan-based percussion ensemble Repercussions. Her educational background and experience is in music therapy. Influences and inspiration by such percussionists as Glen Velez, Ubaka Hill, Allessandra Belloni, and Paul Newham have led her to the power of pulse through hand drums and percussion as well as to the sonic possibilities and healing aspects of voice. Currently the program coordinator of Upland Hills Ecological Awareness Center in Michigan, Judy facilitates rhythm and song circles for all ages and uses her love of music, sound and rhythm to nurture community, as well as to communicate gentle yet powerful messages regarding relationships to our self, each other, and to our Earth.

Julie Felix is a wonderfully accomplished singer/songwriter whose career began with the protest songs of the 1960s and 70s continuing into the Goddess songs of the 90s and 00s. Julie is a regular performer at the Goddess Conference delighting audiences with her songs and chants, encouraging us all to sing our hearts out for the Goddess. Her numerous CDs include Branches in the Mist and Fire - My Spirit. She lives in Hertfordshire and spends much of the year travelling and performing worldwide.

You can see many of these women at The Goddess Conference in Glastonbury, England, Goddess 3K, The National Women's Music Festival or at Michigan's Womyn's Music Festival.

Or you can sample music or order cd's from many other women here:

Ladyslipper is a non-profit organization whose primary purpose is to heighten public awareness of the achievements of women artists and musicians, and to expand the scope and availability of recordings by women.

We publish the world's most comprehensive Catalog & Resource Guide of Music by Women. Our annotated catalog contains information about an expansive variety of female musicians, writers, performers and composers, plus a section devoted to the musical contributions of non-sexist men, as well as video recordings, songbooks and music-related books -- over 1500 titles altogether. We have been publishing a printed catalog since 1976; on our 20th birthday, we were delighted to present our entire catalog on-line! Thousands of our selections include music samples for listening on-line.

Ladyslipper is also a small independent label; our purpose is to further new musical and artistic directions for women musicians.

Being on-line allows us to present some additional services to you, such as our Artist Information Pages, which contain expanded bibliographical information about some of the artists whose work appears in our catalog.

WRPM's 25th year starts on December 6th 2002

It was set up by Nicolle Freni and Tierl Thompson as part of the Women's Art Collective in 1977. Caroline Hutton bought it in 1979, and ran it as a sole trader enterprise, distributing many radical and feminist titles into larger music stores and bookshops as well as developing direct sales through mail order, women's music festivals and womens' events, peace festivals, conferences and other events.

Over the years, WRPM has built up a network of supportive and loyal followers introducing new musicians and innovatory work to the public. After 20 years Caroline gave up carting music around on public transport, setting up stalls at events all over the country, and has turned her attention to other things.

The WRPM archive containing copies of everything that passed through her hands, including vinyl, tapes, CDs and books, has been lodged with the City of Birmingham Library. WRPM is already referenced in the evolving canon of studies of music, sexuality and gender such as Frockrock by Mavis Bayton (OUP 1998) as well as the trade journals and directories.

In 1999 WRPM was taken on by Hilary Friend, based in Manchester and she is continuing the Archive. The website was launched in 2001 and reaches customers and supporters from Brazil to Poland to Australia.

WRPM is now a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee. It aims to make music by women available to a wider public through the sales and distribution of music performed, composed and wherever possible produced by women, by supporting up women's music events and supplying educational resources.

WRPM offers a catalogue of recordings (CDs and tapes), books and resource packs in 12 main sections, including acappella, feminist and political, folk, world music.and women composers from the 11th century to the present day. Whether you like listening to music, you're a woman musician, we hope you find something of interest to you too. Do visit the WRPM Forum to tell the world about your interests and about WRPM in this anniversary year.

If you would like to have a WRPM stall at your event or WRPM stock in your library or shop, or with any other enquiry, do make contact by phone, email or post.

WRPM is at 7 Thornbridge Avenue, Chorlton, Manchester, UK

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