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Wabi Women Episode 28 - Wabi Women- Botox for the Brain= Just Push Play on Midlife Posted: June 14, 2018 - 58 minutes - 53.1 Mb - -
There is scientific evidence that proves we are what we believe. One of our favorite authors and researchers is the acclaimed Dr Ellen Langer. We have talked alot about her famous experiments, which all show how our mind and body are truely linked together, and if we can harness our younger mind, our younger body will follow.
Langer calls it BOTOX for the BRAIN! Have a listen and see what you can do to make your brain younger and your body will follow!
Friends You Haven't Met Episode 7 - Well Aren't We Cultured Posted: June 12, 2018 - 58 minutes - 58.3 Mb - playsheet -
Albert Ayler! Matt Weston! Alfred Schnittke! Joe Maneri Ensemble! bren't lewiis ensemble! STANISLAW SKROWACZEWSKI! Sound of the Mountain! John Bickerton Trio! Darren Williams! Charles Gayle! Can you possibly begin to dig the magic that is CFUZ?
Lots today for writers.
Querencia comes from the verb 'querer'----which means to desire and to want. How does that connect to the 'safe place' or 'home' definition of querencia?
I quote writer Georgia Heard and her book "Writing Towards Home". She says "in order to feel at home we have to be writing". I play a couple songs as illustrations--of how our songs and stories create a greater sense of identity.
This week you'll hesr about different people's 'querencia'----and how it gives them strength.
The Old Time Country Show Episode 211 Posted: June 11, 2018 - 59 minutes - 55.7 Mb - -
Left Off the Dial Episode 243 - S06E23 6 June 2018 Posted: June 9, 2018 - 59 minutes - 56.1 Mb - playsheet -
Ian waxes poetic about AI... just because. Intermixed with that we have a lot of great new music from Parquet Courts, Jo Passed, Sunglaciers and Lie?. We kick the show off with Go! from Poptone - an unintended request from Ian last week.
Wabi Women Episode 27 - Nostalgia-Wabi Women- The Midlife Mind Posted: May 31, 2018 - 58 minutes - 54.9 Mb - -
In our on going series on The Midlife Mind, and longevity we discover the fascinating world of nostalgia in this episode and how to harness the scientifically proven benefits of reframing nostalgia to increase memory, reduce blood pressure, improve vision, hearing, strength and vitality! Visit our website for a complete background on the ground breaking work of leading researchers into the world of nostalgia and its connection to living a longer, healthier and more vibrant life.
Friends You Haven't Met Episode 6 - This Is Not Folk Rock Posted: May 29, 2018 - 58 minutes - 55 Mb - playsheet -
If you like fun, and I think you do, you have found the right show. Elliott Carter, John Bickerton, Rashid Bakr, bren't lewiis, Stanislaw Skrowaczewski, Albert Ayler, Darren Williams, Joe Maneri and a whole lot more!
More about Querencia--often described as a place of 'belonging'. Some great music...some songs are just fun, others go deeper. But you can hear Pete Seeger calling me a 'damn fool' for attempting to define folk music, as I go back to a 1972 interview I did with him when he played in Edmonton at the Jubilee Auditorium.
Also I talk about cohousing....where you can "find your tribe".
The Old Time Country Show Episode 209 Posted: May 28, 2018 - 59 minutes - 55.7 Mb - -
World of Chant Episode 27 - Chants by Canadians - a Reprise! Posted: May 27, 2018 - 58 minutes - 55.7 Mb - playsheet -
Canada has an incredible number of devotional chant artists from sea to sea. This episode has 10 chants from our very talented group of artists. Originally aired as Episode 14, February 22, 2018.
Left Off the Dial Episode 241 - S06E20 23 May 2018 Posted: May 26, 2018 - 59 minutes - 57.2 Mb - playsheet -
Plenty of post punk and psychedelic tunes to kick off your Wednesday night. We also have the new Flemish Eye release of Chris Reimer's Hello People album to play for you.
My Morning Racket Episode 20 - Metro Music Posted: May 25, 2018 - 118 minutes - 57.6 Mb - playsheet -
The Dirt Episode 60 - Old and New Posted: May 24, 2018 - 58 minutes - 55.7 Mb - playsheet -
Old and New
Wabi Women Episode 26 - Food for Thought- Wabi Women- The Midlife Mind Posted: May 24, 2018 - 58 minutes - 53.9 Mb - -
We are changing our brains and our minds to be the best they can be as we set out to live a long healthy life. This episode is all about our brain and the food that fuels it! Food for thought, is all about how are we feeding ourselves, the science of certain foods, and share some easy to swallow tips. We look at food as a medicine to promote our longevity and support our lifegevity. One secret is Hari Hachi Bu!
Friends You Haven't Met Episode 5 - Shh Posted: May 22, 2018 - 58 minutes - 54.4 Mb - playsheet -
A full Stanislaw Skrowaczewski Symphony. CRANK IT UP. John Blum, Andrew Hill, David S. Ware, Joe Maneri. Jumble all those letters, pass then through a potato ricer and you get FUN.
Today....starting a four part series inspired by a bullfighting term....Querencia. Its where the bull finds its power or its 'safe place'. Songs about home, refuge,nsanctuary, and groundedness. And speaking of 'home': lots of Canadian artists.
The Old Time Country Show Episode 208 Posted: May 21, 2018 - 59 minutes - 55.7 Mb - -
World of Chant Episode 26 - Indigenous Chants and Songs Posted: May 20, 2018 - 58 minutes - 55.7 Mb - playsheet -
The combination of chanting and singing is present amoung the tribes of the North American Indigenous peoples, the thousand of African tribes, the first peoples of Australia and in Indigenous nations all over the planet. On this episode we will hear a small offering of songs affiliated with rituals, rites of passage or pleas for elements needed for survival. And we will hear a didgeridoo!