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SATURDAY MORNING WAKE UP
Topic: HOW FREE IS YOUR HEART FROM WARRING SENSATIONS?
We often talk about freeing our minds from the "matix" of bigotry, war, otherness, hatred, envy, fear, and unforgiveness. What if freeing our HEART is the only way to get to PEACE? I think we need a HEART-TO-HEART conversation about ways to free our hearts.
Does a change of mind aways ride side-by-side with a change of heart?
Can your conscious mind carry on PEACE TALKS while your heart goes to war?
What does your HEART say?
How can we free our hearts?
I am calling for a CHANGE OF HEART because the conscious mind can entertain many intellectual conversations about ONENESS and PEACE and the heart can take us straight to war if we don't reconcile our feelings.
From MATRIX: The movie. 1999
Neo: "I know what you are trying to do!"
Morpheus: "I am trying to free your mind Neo. But I can only show you the door. You are the One that has to walk through it. You have to let it all go Neo, Fear, doubt and disbelief. Free your mind!" [FREE YOUR HEART!]
Morpheus: "There is a difference between knowing the path and walking the path."
ROCK WITH US AS WE PLAY OUR PICKS FOR THE BEST TRACKS BEING PRESENTED IN THE INDY MUSIC SCENE FROM ALL GENRES RAP/R&B/NEO-SOUL/GOSPEL/TRAP ETC. WITH ARIZONAS OWN DJ EARPEACE. AN #OGMACKDRAMAPRODUCTION WWW.BSM1017.COM WWW.YOUNGTHROWBACK1017.COM WWW,TOPSTARHIPHOP.COM #OGMACKDRAMAPRODUCTION #PRODUCEREBOOGIE #DAWNSOTO100ENTSASSTPRODUCER
Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, Otis Redding, 'The Big O' as he was affectionately called
was one of the most influential singers in music history. Redding sang the soundtrack
of soul, defining the groundbreaking Stax/Volt Memphis sound of the 1960's, that later
gained crossover appeal to broader audiences, worldwide, due to the peak of his gifted
created musical abilities, that continues to be honored by new generation of music fans
Join Q-Man, T-Mitch and The Chancellor of Soul, Mike Boone tonight on the Wednesday Rewind
as the music and legacy of the great Otis Redding is celebrated.
Mocha Blue Blaze (Shenece Scott) was born in Jonesboro, Louisiana. She began singing in church at four. She attended the University of Southwestern Louisiana, majoring in Vocal Music Education. She inspires people with thought-provoking lyrics and melody. She is active in her community, encouraging awareness of the arts and the value of artistic expression in everyday life. She performs from Atlanta, Georgia to San Francisco, California. Mocha recorded a spirited album Chocolate Rhythm, a gumbo of genres, with a jazzy favor, blues, neo-soul, pop, R&B, and reggae. Most of the songs were produced by. Christian Simeon. The rest were produced by Darren Osborn, snd co-produced by Denise Val Spohn Osborn, except one produced by Brent Latin. Mocha is the mother of three extraordinary people, a deep thinker with a quest for knowledge and a lover of life. Her song Medicine Woman has been submitted for a Grammy nomination and featured on the Women in Jazz South Florida Music Collection IV.
Topics in this NUEpisode:
Recognizing The ALLIS
The RealSide (Here/Now) Inner/Outer
The NUWAVIS/Rod of Power
The Natural Environment
BEings of Light/Many Levels LifeIS
Eva shares experiences on the air that our NUFriends from around the world are having.
Chris and Duane discuss RealGuidance and RealEducation for WakingUP and Becoming MoreAware of ourselves as the TruReality LifeIS, The ALLIS.
Chris goes over two of his own experiences.
Test The NUSound, The NU-U for yourself, meet with Rebazar Tarzs and The RealGuides, and begin your own 'Journey to RealFreedom' today.
Many of you may be use to this tune from 1972 when it was sung by, Luther Ingram. Lady Algena will hold an in depth round table conversation with a group of inspiring women. The Ladies will discuss how this title fits into today's society. Special Guest: Arlene Peterson;Arnice Bryant; Neo Souljuh and Rowena Gilmore-Vargas
Chocolate 108.1/The Urban Jazz Connection - On WYDL Radio
with your host D Maurice Waddell
Chocolate 108.1/The Urban Jazz Connection (UJC) with will feature Smooth Jazz and R&B music from all over the globe as well as break new artist. The UJC will also showcase favorite and 'overlooked' Jazz and R&B tracks from projects past and present. The Urban Jazz Connection will also feature artist and interviews and give the listeners the story inside the story of Artist and their music. The UJC will also keep listeners up to date of the latest news and projects to look out for as well as where to find great shows and artist across the globe.
Brick is a 2005 American neo-noir thriller film written and directed by Rian Johnson, starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
A hardboiled detective story that takes place in a Californian suburb. Most of the main characters are high school students. The film draws heavily in plot, characterization, and dialogue from hardboiled classics, especially from Dashiell Hammett. The title refers to a block of heroin, compressed roughly to the size and shape of a brick.
The film is widely regarded as a cult classic.
In early August, Lammas or Lughnasadh is usually a festival celebrating the first fruits of harvesting, the fruits your labours, and seeing the desires that we had from the beginning of the season unfold so rituals are going to be centred around this particular theme. Join me as I explain the next Sabatt on The Wheel Of The Year - Lammas!
Call in for live tarot readings or questions with your host, Syleena!
We first discovered Jarrod Lawson via a video from The Capital Jazz Cruise last year. We were anxiously awaiting a CD from this extraordinary singer/musician. He released his first CD this year and we are absolutely loving it. Join the Q-Man and Sistahsweet as they discuss music with Jarrod Lawson and figure out where he got all of that soul from. Trust us, this isn't a show you want to miss.
ROCK WITH US AS WE PLAY OUR PICKS FOR THE BEST TRACKS BEEING PRESENTED IN THE INDY MUSIC SCENE FROM ALL GENRES RAP/R&B/NEO-SOUL/GOSPEL/TRAP ETC. WITH ARIZONAS OWN DJ EARPEACE. AN #OGMACKDRAMAPRODUCTION WWW.BSM1017.COM WWW.YOUNGTHROBACK1017.COM
Sultry, sassy, classy Neo-Sou & Jazzl Artist Jacnique joining me tonight. Jacnique hails from San Francisco, CA. And at a early age of 5 years old was called a child Prodigy. Now Jacnique is a women who has not only beauty but a soulful sound that takes you back to the real lady singers such as Lena Horn, Billy Holiday.
Jacnique is a 2011 Los Angeles Music Awards Nominee for "Jazz Artist of The Year" and a 2011 Black Music Awards Nominee for "Neo-Soul Artist of The Year".
JACNIQUE...sensationally soulful, jazzy, sultry siren. 2014 Artist In Music Awards nominee for “Best Jazz Artist”. 2013 Eliunn Award winner in association with Orphans In The Storm for “Excellence in the Arts”. 2013 Los Angeles Music Awards nominee for “Jazz Artist of The Year”. 2013 Hollywood Music in Media Awards nominee, in the genre of Jazz, for her song, “Sunrise”. 2011 winner of 2 Black Music Awards, "Best Neo-Soul Artist" and "Best Urban Soul Artist". 2011 Los Angeles Music Awards winner, Producer's Choice "Jazz Album of The Year" for her debut album, Trial By Fire. (Previous Producers Choice winners include No Doubt, The Black Eyed Peas, System of A Down and Sugar Ray.)