I dreamt that I ran to your constantly fading arms, in a snow storm of dying butterflies…
Welcome to another exquisite episode of Echolalia Radio in this episode i want your heart to sing and soul to weep with joy to the hand-picked poets and musicians that are assembled here to catch every tear.
We begin proceedings with Three heart felt songs from the beautiful My Kappa Roots, Cloud Boat and The Cinematic Orchestra and two emotionally charged poems from Sarah Walker – Eclipse and Aubade in Autumn by Peter Everwine read by the brilliant Sondra Morin.
A fallen hero of mine Jeff Buckley brings us Lilac Wine to sip while we admire The Red Paintings and Into the Dust – Mazzy Star while Nicole Blackman and Ian McBryde rip pages from the Black Books and muse on life.
Joining us at this soiree will be an artist I admire breatherholes and the mighty National with a new track Fireproof some Ivor Cutler and Lou Reed may take a spin on the organ. Plus The Boys Next Door May drop by
Plus a bunch more so come on in and please join us at Echolalia radio
Love Loss and Redemption are the poems and tracks we unfolded on this episode of Echolalia Radio…
A dark & haunting spoken word piece from Diamanda Galás -I wake up & I see some Glitch theory from Wagon Christ with Bend Over and beautiful reflection from Allen Ginsberg in I’m An Old Man Now, And A Lonesome Man In Kansas. Eden Ahbez gives us an Ethereal look at love with Full Moon
Plus sweet longing from Vincent Gallo and a heart wrenching track from Reuben Hollebon. The Mountain Goats drop by with some lofi etchings and a great acoustic version of Edie (ciao baby) from The Cult.
We have a fantastic new track sent in from musician Wullae Wright and some stone cold classics from the likes of Sixto Rodriguez and The Velvet Underground
So in the words of Dylan Thomas
“Though lovers be lost, love shall not; And death shall have no dominion.”
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Better to die on one’s feet than to live on one’s knees.” Jean-Paul Sartre.
This fantastic episode of Echolalia Radio allows us to explore the idea of freedom through poetry, hip hop and Jazz in this soulful exploration of freedom.
Powerful and heart felt words from Maya Angelou, The Last Poets, Sekou Sundiata, Wanda Robinson, Amiri Baraka and Henry Grimes
Plus sweet sweet tunes from Gil Scott-Heron, Nina Simone, Jazz Spastiks, Aaron Neville, Common and Esther Marrow.
So come on… Its your choice
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