Show #112 (I think) Playlist, etc.

Dan Snaith


All the world is sound. All sound is music. All music is life. The ancients knew it. Great thinkers have known it: artists, scientist, philosophers…

Throughout the ages, it has been shown that music has no only vast mental and spiritual impact, but also direct physical consequences. The ancients knew it by experiencing it. Modern thinkers know it by proving it to themselves. Music used powerfully enough can heal or make sick. It can create and destroy. This is not theory and magic. Music has been used to heal for generations, throughout the world’s cultures. An example of destructive music might be the murder of well-known metal guitarist “Dimebag” Darrell.

Also notible is the fact that everything vibrates. There’s no shortage of research and proof of this. This means that everything we do affects every other thing – some things more than others. Some things also happen to resonate with each other better than others. I think people may generally be less aware of this than they could be. Imagine; if every person in the world knew that everything effects everything – that all is one. What a different world this would be.

Music, as with life, is just what we make of it.

With this in mind, tune in from 4:00 to 6:00, mostly for music. 😀


1. Joshua Redman Elastic Band – Riverwide
2. Pat Metheny Group – As It Is
3. Great Uncles Of The Revolution – Stockholm
4. The Postal Service – The District Sleeps Alone Tonight
5. Kaada – Burden
6. Mark Berube And The Patriotic Few – Gone Clear
7. Iselin Fergestad – New Spring
8. Mihirangi – Poi Song
9. Spyro Gyra – The River Between

…or nothing at all:
10. Caribou – After Hours
11. Goldfrapp – Black Cherry
12. Rob McConnell & The Boss Brass – Day Dream
13. Etran Finatawa – Umee Ndaaren
14. Mr. Something Something – City Of Sand
15. Man Man – Engwish Bwudd
16. The Bird & The Bee – Polite Dance Song
17. Jane Monheit – If
18. John Southworth – Pumpkins
19. Shugo Tokumaru – Parachute

One thought on “Show #112 (I think) Playlist, etc.

  1. Pingback: What Planet Is This?! Show #112 (I think) | CJTR Regina Community Radio Blog

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