Show #150 (I think) Playlist, etc.

The world is sound: Nada Brahma


Let the rhythm move you. Let your mind and body be at one with the pulse. Hear the drummer strike the sky! Drink the movement of the air. Music is not just a pleasing collection of sounds. Music is vibration and vibrations are all around us and within us; creating, changing, moving the world every second of every day.

When you listen to a piece of music that you’ve never heard before that makes you feel good, do you ever wonder why it does so? It’s just an organization of sounds. Why should it make you feel good? The same goes for music that makes you feel bad. It doesn’t need lyrics in order to do so (although they sometimes help). Just the music can totally change your mood – or even your perspective on life.

Think of Mozart’s Requium or James Brown’s I Feel Good.

It’s just an organization of sounds. Why should it make you feel any certain way?

I won’t go too much in-depth at this time, but there is a handful of good literature on the topic. I recommend Joachim-ernst Berendt’s The World Is Sound: Nada Brahma – Music and the Landscape of Consciousness as an intro or for a considerably heavier read, try Hazrat Inayat Kahn’s The Mysticism of Sound and Music.

Tune in from 4:00 to 6:00 for some great feeling music. Don’t forget to check out the Twitter feed for updates during the show. Send me a shout, if you’ve got the time!

Update:

Pink cookies in a plastic bag:
1. Bob Marley & The Wailers – Pass It On
2. Christine Leakey – The Man With The Golden Heart
3. Tom Waits – Metropolitan Glide
4. Beck – Chain Reaction
5. A Tribe Called Red – Electric Pow Wow Drum
6. Ryan Hemsworth – Slurring (Baauer Remix)
7. Digable Planets – Graffiti
8. Divine Brown – Lay It On The Line
9. Seal – I’m Still In Love With You
10. Morcheeba – Moog Island
11. The Weeknd – High For This

Getting crushed by buildings:
12. Iron & Wine – Carousel
13. Andrew Bird – I
14. Brandi Disterheft – Gratitude (For David Jahns)
15. Dave Young Quintet – Self-portrait In Three Colours
16. Sonny Rollins – Where Are You
17. David Braid – Fishers Of Men
18. Ella Fitzgerald – Slap That Bass
19. Eden Rohatensky – Portrait Of A Grey Man
20. Kaada – The Last Song
21. War – Magic Mountain

One thought on “Show #150 (I think) Playlist, etc.

  1. Pingback: What Planet Is This?! Show #150 (I think) | CJTR Regina Community Radio Blog

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