episode #86 drifting

To drift comes from Middle English, drove, herd, act of driving; Meaning Something moving along in a current of air or water: a drift of logs in the river, a balloon drifting eastward; as the wreckage drifted toward shore. "The leaves were blowing in the wind"; "the boat drifted on the lake"; "The sailboat was… Continue reading episode #86 drifting

episode #74 month of October

October glows on every cheek,October shines in every eye,While up the hill and down the daleHer crimson banners fly.Elaine Goodale Eastman  This month’s name comes from Latin octo and Greek ôctō (as in octagon and octopus) meaning “eight,” because this was the eighth month of the early Roman calendar. October’s full Moon, known as the Hunter’s Moon,… Continue reading episode #74 month of October

episode #70 month of September

Spoken word Maura Dooley: Still Life with Sea Pinks and High Tides (read by James Franco) Music Yann Tiersen: Les Deux Pianos Nightmares On Wax: Les Nuits Buena Vista Social Club: Candela The Propellerheads: Velvet Pants Roÿksopp: Sparks Daft Punk: Veridis quo Zero 7: Salt Water Sound David Borsu: Late Nite Swing Nina Simone: One… Continue reading episode #70 month of September

episode #63 female figures

Stories have been told that have entered the cultural heritage of a people about females figures. "Women are the Symbol of Life. The Maker of Unconditional Love. A woman is both Soft and Powerful. Practical and Spiritual. A Woman in her Essence is a Gift to the World. A Symbol of Strength and Freedom." Some… Continue reading episode #63 female figures

episode #51 origin of language

Spoken word David Sergeant: A Language of Change read by Tamsin Greig Music Gorillaz: Seattle Yodel Los Vega & Selma Hayek: La Bruja (Son Jarocho) [Frida OST] Gipsy Kings: Habla Me Asian Dub Foundation: Journey Miles Davis: Two Bass Hit Gotan Project feat. Juan Carlos Careres: Notas  Vinicio Capossela: Zamoanó Alice Russell: Mirror Mirror On… Continue reading episode #51 origin of language