show 2-3-10 Alexis Caputo is very, very powerful from
the Voices of Women!
Thanks to my guest and to all the chatters and callers.
Welcome to the MUSICWOMAN Chat Room.Alexis Caputo is a Florida & New York based Performance
Artist, Poet, Writer, Activist and Director of Project Witness that provides
tailored artistic and educational workshops for multiple platforms. Her newest
project, SOULED OUT with first time choreography by Michelle Grant-Murray and a
second visit with choreography and collaboration by Lutricia Welters of Jubilee
Dance Theatre is debuting at the Langston Hughes Cultural Center in New York for
Black History Month 2010. Known for her written works, including "Truths Carved
from the Belly", "Woman of the Drum", "The Proud Pilgrim" and "Deconstruction
& Deliverance", Caputo has emerged as an original voice in theatre, poetry
and performance.Caputo has presented original performances at notable
off Broadway theaters - The Harlem Theatre Company, Abron’s Art Center • Henry
Street Settlement and Dixon Place. A Bahamian- American, Caputo worked as a
journalist profiling people throughout the Caribbean, exploring issues of
culture and identity. www.alexiscaputo.comPLAYLIST: Sisters of the Overpass
by Alexis CaputoFWM says to (12:17:35): Awesome topic.....can't wait to
hear more.FWM says to (12:19:46): I love this.MUSICWOMAN says
(12:20:19): Thanks for being here. Are you a host on blogtalkradio?FWM says
to (12:21:01): Yes I host the show Females With A MissionFWM says to
(12:21:18): It airs on Fridays at 10;30 A.M. (EST)FWM says to (12:21:43): I
sent out a tweet about this show.MUSICWOMAN says (12:23:28): AUTHORS OF RAPE
by Alexis CaputoFWM says to (12:24:47): yes I am a womanMUSICWOMAN says
(12:25:11): Thanks for tweetingFWM says to (12:25:42): you are
welcome....thanks for the shout out. I would love to have her on my
show.MUSICWOMAN says (12:26:51): Welcome to my other guests!MUSICWOMAN
says (12:27:01): Call in on 347-677-0782, hit 1 to talkMUSICWOMAN says
(12:27:29): @ FWM Put your email and website here for usFWM says to
(12:28:27): www.femaleswithamission.comMUSICWOMAN says (12:28:42):
thank youMUSICWOMAN says (12:28:53): www.alexiscaputo.comMUSICWOMAN says
(12:28:58): www.joancartwright.comMUSICWOMAN says (12:29:17): Andrea
GriggsMUSICWOMAN says (12:29:26): www.wijsf.orgFWM says to (12:29:29): thank
you ladiesFWM says to (12:30:32): great connecting with youMUSICWOMAN
says (12:31:08): www.wijsf.com/files/concert.htmMUSICWOMAN says (12:32:21):
Maybe you could bring me in with THE STORY OF AMAZING
MUSICWOMEN MUSICWOMAN says (12:35:41): This is soooooooooo
wonderfulMUSICWOMAN says (12:35:57): I'm sure FWM and Alexis will connect
for another show!FWM says to (12:36:18): yes it is....i have got to order
thisMUSICWOMAN says (12:36:16): I will commit to listening to your show and
favorite itMUSICWOMAN says (12:36:23): great!FWM says to (12:36:28):
same hereMUSICWOMAN says (12:36:42): we are starting a healing
revolutionMUSICWOMAN says (12:36:52): SISTERS HEALING THE
WORLD!MUSICWOMAN says (12:37:09): Join our network - www.musicwoman.ning.comMUSICWOMAN says (12:37:21): Read my
blog - www.musicwoman.wordpress.comMUSICWOMAN says (12:37:38):
Join network - www.nativeamericablues.ning.comMUSICWOMAN says (12:37:52):
FWM - what do you teach????FWM says to (12:38:45): developmental
readingFWM says to (12:39:09): preparing for class now as i am
listeningColoredPeople.net says to (12:41:18): Greetings Diva! Brothers
and sisters!ColoredPeople.net says to (12:42:27): Working as well but
listening! :)MUSICWOMAN says (12:48:29): Hello Tania-MariaMUSICWOMAN
says (12:48:32): WelcomeColoredPeople.net says to (12:48:39): Thank
you!MUSICWOMAN says (12:48:44): Hope you like Alexis' music and bring her
into your networkColoredPeople.net says to (12:48:54):
Indeed!MUSICWOMAN says (12:48:54): Call in if you wantMUSICWOMAN says
(12:49:03): Wait until after the next songMUSICWOMAN says (12:49:24):
BONDAGE ENTHUSIASTS by Alexis CaputoColoredPeople.net says to (12:49:29):
Would like to share the link to our last newsletter featuring you and the "March
Forth Freedom"MUSICWOMAN says (12:49:33): do itColoredPeople.net says
says to (12:49:42): Thank youMUSICWOMAN says (12:50:31): CENSORSHIP by
Alexis CaputoMUSICWOMAN says (12:50:42): Call in
347-677-0782ColoredPeople.net says to MUSICWOMAN (private) (12:50:49): I am
unable to call however I sent you the page of Ava Lemert who is a saxophonist
who I think you will like to have on your showMUSICWOMAN says to
ColoredPeople.net (private) (12:51:03): okColoredPeople.net says to
MUSICWOMAN (private) (12:51:12): I told her about you and sent her your BTR
pageMUSICWOMAN says to ColoredPeople.net (private) (12:51:18): I'll be sure
to tell Alexis about your networkMUSICWOMAN says to ColoredPeople.net
(private) (12:51:22): goodColoredPeople.net says to MUSICWOMAN (private)
(12:51:41): Thank youMUSICWOMAN says (12:51:48): Tania-Maria, I saw your
newsletter featuring me! Thanks so muchColoredPeople.net says to MUSICWOMAN
(private) (12:52:01): I missed your last transmission before you said
goodMUSICWOMAN says to ColoredPeople.net (private) (12:52:09):
okColoredPeople.net says to (12:52:19): You are welcome. www.coloredpeople.netColoredPeople.net says to
(12:52:52): but it is a private site not available to non membersMUSICWOMAN
says (12:53:07): so, you'll have her email when I send the chat and you can
invite herColoredPeople.net says to (12:53:13): I usually share http://www.blogtalkradio.com/coloredpeopleMUSICWOMAN says
(12:53:15): okMUSICWOMAN says (12:53:24): Put day and time of your show
hereColoredPeople.net says to (12:53:49): Every other Thrusday 10pm
estColoredPeople.net says to (12:54:06): Interesting topic on
censorshipColoredPeople.net says to (12:54:49): As a network administrator
I am sensitive to freedom of speech however have to also be sensitive to others
part of communityColoredPeople.net says to (12:54:56): it is a very
delicate topicColoredPeople.net says to (12:55:17): I guess it depends on
the environmentColoredPeople.net says to (12:56:05): PSA for Diva JC
created by http://www.Dubbings.comColoredPeople.net says to
(12:57:01): In particular as an administrator of a network, in my case who has a
few minors as members, so I am careful with language used in
networkColoredPeople.net says to (12:57:34): noColoredPeople.net says
to (12:57:48): I am callingColoredPeople.net says to (12:57:59): I can
share my point of viewColoredPeople.net says to (13:02:09): Tania-Maria
:)avalemert says to (13:04:40): Hello, MusicWoman, Tania-Maria, FWM,
Guest815!MUSICWOMAN says (13:04:50): Hi, where are you?MUSICWOMAN says
(13:04:55): What do you do?MUSICWOMAN says (13:05:06): @
avalemertavalemert says to (13:05:41): I am in Sacramento, CA, I am a
female singer, saxophonist, songwriter, AvaMUSICWOMAN says (13:06:52):
oooooooooooohMUSICWOMAN says (13:07:03): You can be my guest in
March!MUSICWOMAN says (13:07:28): 24, 31 or April one Wednesday @ 12 noon
EST (9 a.m.)MUSICWOMAN says (13:08:18): Tania-Maria told me about
youavalemert says to (13:08:34): This is wonderful, thank you for having
this show, it's not easy being a lady musician, STILL! I might be a little
late, dropping off my baby at schoolFWM says to (13:09:05): blog talk has
lots of radio stars!!(})avalemert says to (13:09:15):
HI!!!!ColoredPeople.net says to (13:09:34): Hi Ava
Lemert!ColoredPeople.net says to (13:09:41): Glad to see you!avalemert
says to (13:09:59): Thank you so much for bringing me into the family
:-)avalemert says to (13:10:14): Women in Jazz, sounds like a great
investmentColoredPeople.net says to (13:10:35): You are
welcome!avalemert says to (13:10:46): Alexi, do you have a website you
could share?ColoredPeople.net says to (13:10:57): It is a blessing to be
blessingColoredPeople.net says to (13:11:14): to be a
blessingMUSICWOMAN says (13:11:32): EYE OF AGE by Alexis Caputo - www.alexiscaputo.comMUSICWOMAN says (13:11:57): Ava her
name is Alexis, pronounced AlexiMUSICWOMAN says (13:12:11): Ava, email me at
(13:12:23): What is your email address?ColoredPeople.net says to
(13:12:30): Networking at its finestColoredPeople.net says to (13:12:51):
That is what it is all about! I LOVE ITavalemert says to (13:13:09):
Networking is so vital, this is incredible, I feel powerfulColoredPeople.net
says to (13:13:16): Amen!ColoredPeople.net says to (13:13:57): So glad you
are part of our family. My goal is to promote and see our members succeed and
continue to growavalemert says to (13:14:02): We are the closest to our
Earth, Gaia, Mother Nature, we are the stars And the dust.ColoredPeople.net
says to (13:14:29): AmenMUSICWOMAN says (13:14:48): That's the
purpose!MUSICWOMAN says (13:14:59): Sisters healing the planet!avalemert
says to (13:15:22): Wow, I am amazed, lifted, thank you
AlexisColoredPeople.net says to (13:15:40): http://www.Dubbings.comColoredPeople.net says to
(13:15:51): http://www.wijsf.comavalemert says to (13:16:57): Will be
sharing these on my Facebook/TwitterColoredPeople.net says to (13:16:59):
Amen!FWM says to (13:17:07): so trueColoredPeople.net says to
(13:17:15): The world is too selfishFWM says to (13:17:23):
amenColoredPeople.net says to (13:17:35): there is power in joining hands
and helping one anotheravalemert says to (13:17:46): True, we give up on
our own dreams to take care of others, we need to take time to realize our
potential, too and not feel guiltyColoredPeople.net says to (13:18:23): www.ColoredPeople.net came together and we are creatring a
2011 calendar with art, photography and poetry shared by our members and 100% of
proceeds will be donated to HaitiFWM says to (13:18:34):realize our dreams
instead of sweeping them under the rugColoredPeople.net says to (13:18:36):
http://stores.lulu.com/coloredpeopleavalemert says to
(13:19:08): I have also donated one of my songs to a jazz Haiti relief CD, I am
hoping it will be done soon, I will check that outColoredPeople.net says to
(13:19:23): People make up the worldColoredPeople.net says to (13:20:53):
Amen FWMavalemert says to (13:22:04): Amen. It is very difficult, possibly
the hardest word to sayavalemert says to (13:22:24): and taken advantage
ofColoredPeople.net says to (13:22:31): @ ava , glad to see folks giving
and sharingColoredPeople.net says to MUSICWOMAN (private) (13:23:09): What
was Alexis first desire to be a poet?avalemert says to (13:23:28): to lose
a baby, to outlive your baby...ColoredPeople.net says to (13:23:40): Cannot
imagine that painColoredPeople.net says to (13:24:43): What prompted her to
be a poet is what I meantFWM says to (13:24:59): we always forget about
ourselves once we become married and enter into motherhood; it is our nature but
God has a purpose that we must fulfill with our lives as
wellColoredPeople.net says to (13:25:17): indeed FWMColoredPeople.net
says to (13:25:28): Yes, you didColoredPeople.net says to (13:25:32):
thank youFWM says to (13:25:38): have you already played woman of the
drumavalemert says to (13:26:08): Yes, that role must be put aside to
listen to the calling withinColoredPeople.net says to (13:26:35): I birthed
my child at home and it was an amazing experienceColoredPeople.net says to
(13:27:27): I wanted to be one with the universe, and allow the woman in me, my
inner workings, my spirit, my God given spirit to birth my child
naturallyColoredPeople.net says to (13:28:31): Enjoy listening to Alexis
workMUSICWOMAN says (13:28:52): Ruby said: Caught the poem. Was read very
well with lots of life. She's so good I got caught up in her expressive mood. I
would have appreciated anything she said said with such talent. Today, we must
be aware of what words our artists are using to display that talent. We have
quite a few talented young performers on the outside showing so much controversy
with the words being said.avalemert says to (13:29:00): I can only imagine
the bond that created, I was unable to (breech, pre-eclampsya), as it was meant
to be Tania-MariaColoredPeople.net says to (13:29:52): indeed
AvaMUSICWOMAN says (13:30:00): Ruby said: I use to ask my children who they
were listening to and what they were saying.FWM says to (13:30:09): ladies
thanks so much for the fellowship....got to get ready for work. check out my
show on Friday at 10:30 A.M (EST) www.blogtalkradio.com/fwm. let's keep in touch
and continue to support one another. God Bless you all.ColoredPeople.net
says to (13:30:17): I also slept with her for about 2 months before letting her
sleep alone in her cribColoredPeople.net says to (13:30:34): Have a blessed
day FWMMUSICWOMAN says (13:30:40): Ruby: They could tell me who and was
enjoying the beat, but they often wasn't listening to the words and didn't
realize they were cursing and making fun of them.ColoredPeople.net says to
(13:30:54): Joan, congratulations to Alexis for her newest project, SOULED
OUTMUSICWOMAN says (13:31:00): Ruby said: Our poetry and spoken word reflect
our inner most thoughts. I heard the reading and anger.ColoredPeople.net
says to (13:31:04): Have you talked to her about that?ColoredPeople.net
says to (13:31:12): I came in a lil lateavalemert says to (13:31:33):
Expression IS powerColoredPeople.net says to (13:31:51): No
problemColoredPeople.net says to (13:32:10): Just wanted to congratulate
heravalemert says to (13:33:02): Yes, Alexis, superb!MUSICWOMAN says
(13:33:03): Ruby said: Unfortunately, our President was speaking so I couldn't
stay and chat. Be blessed.avalemert says to (13:34:02): Amen, Joan. It has
been my sanity, therapy
MUSICWOMAN says (13:34:26): Oh, yes, I want to write a book MUSIC AS
HEALINGMUSICWOMAN says (13:34:54): Dali Blu put your website and email
hereColoredPeople.net says to (13:35:05): LATIN!!ColoredPeople.net says
to (13:35:07): Alright!!avalemert says to (13:35:26): My mother suffered
and passed almost 2 years ago and I threw myself into music to recover
somewhatMUSICWOMAN says (13:35:24): Alexis, Dali and I are all of Bahamian
descentMUSICWOMAN says (13:35:46): Ava, me too, except I couldn't sing for
one year after my Mom's deathColoredPeople.net says to (13:36:00):
Interestingavalemert says to (13:36:50): I have seen Alzheimer's patients
suddenly sing perfect lyrics at the retirement homes, I love to play/sing for
seniors, I can see the music kindle the memories and life they
loveColoredPeople.net says to (13:37:24): Music is a gift from the heavens
and can be healingavalemert says to (13:38:05): This is
wonderful!ColoredPeople.net says to (13:38:10): Dali, would love to have
you on our show as wellavalemert says to (13:38:48): and your website,
too!Dali Blu says to (13:38:56): www.daliblu.netavalemert says to (13:39:22):
Thank you, Daliavalemert says to (13:40:16): Yes, the quality of music is
important, as far as the heart and message of it.MUSICWOMAN says (13:40:49):
Alexis will perform on Feb 13, SOULED OUT @ Langston Hughes Library, Corona,
NYMUSICWOMAN says (13:40:53): 3-5 p.m.avalemert says to (13:41:29):
Will it be video'ed on YouTube?Dali Blu says to (13:42:44): Nice meeting
everyone and I will see you soon!avalemert says to (13:43:08): Nice to meet
you, too, Dali, I will check out your site thanks for sharingavalemert says
to (13:43:38): I have goosebumpsColoredPeople.net says to (13:43:49):
Alexi, thank you for being here with us today and sharing of yourself. Joan,
thank you for your show and for bringing great guests, Ava! Glad to see you
again! -- I must go nowDali Blu says to (13:43:51): Powerfully
spokenavalemert says to (13:44:17): I am changedColoredPeople.net says
to (13:44:21): Dali, hope to connect with you all soonColoredPeople.net
says to (13:44:32): I hear you sis!Dali Blu says to (13:44:39): Thank you
and I must go! God bless you all!MUSICWOMAN says (13:44:40): It's
Alexisavalemert says to (13:45:10): Talk to you soon,
Tania-Maria!ColoredPeople.net says to (13:45:15): Blessings to
allColoredPeople.net says to (13:45:18): Ok Ava!avalemert says to
(13:47:25): and life-affriming for the listener!avalemert says to
(13:49:21): Thank you, Alexis, same to you and continued success with your
artavalemert says to (13:50:29): That is a great thing, Diva JC, to have
the transcript of the chat, it superMUSICWOMAN says (13:50:53): Ava, Andrea,
Tania-Maria, Ruby, Dali and Alexis THANKS FOR THIS GREAT SHOW!MUSICWOMAN
says (13:51:06): oh, yes, this is a great documentary toolMUSICWOMAN says
(13:51:20): Alan Levy found a need an fulfilled it!MUSICWOMAN says
(13:51:36): www.blogtalkradio.com/musicwoman.rssMUSICWOMAN says
(13:51:46): www.wijsf.com/radioguests.htmMUSICWOMAN says (13:51:49):
www.wijsf.comavalemert says to (13:53:11): I look forward
to talking with you all again very soon! Emails to follow. Have a glorious
afternoon, ladies! (L)MUSICWOMAN says (13:54:04): PLEASE JOIN OUR
ORGANIZATION ($35 annual fee) Join at www.wijsf.com/payments/member.htmMUSICWOMAN says
(13:54:31): THIS TOO SHALL PASS by Alexis CaputoMUSICWOMAN says (13:54:38):
www.alexiscaputo.comMUSICWOMAN says (13:54:54): LOVE
TRANSLATION by Joan CartwrightMUSICWOMAN says (13:55:10): TALKIN' THAT JAZZ
by Joan CartwrightMUSICWOMAN says (13:55:28): Love to you all. Thanks,
again, for being here with us.
Today's show link: 2-3-10 Alexis Caputo
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