Sunday, April 29, 2018

The Minstral Show – (Episode 042)



Hello, and welcome to this weeks episode of the Minstral Show!

Episode 42

Music is the most powerful form of communication that I know of, as it reaches us on every level of heart, mind and soul to help us better understand ourselves. Lyricist E.Y. Harburg who wrote all the lyrics to the songs in “The Wizard of Oz” sums it up in a few words this way:

"Words make you think of thought, Music makes you feel a feeling, a song makes you feel a thought, and I'm convinced that the art of turning thoughts into feelings is the most powerful communicative force there is." I have to agree, and so

In light of this profound truth, today’s program offers music with deep reflection featuring Paul Liddell, Yusuf Cat Stevens, Shawn Phillips, Darrell Treece Birch, Amarok, Dave Kerzner, David Bowie, Steve Hackett and Justin Hayward.

More than just a podcast, World United Music has emerged to bring you the best music being made in the 21st century.

The Minstral Show – (Episode 042)



SONGS:

Paul Liddell – Giant Steps
Yusuf Cat Stevens – I Was Raised in Babylon
Shawn Phillips – Most of Us Don’t Understand
Darrell Treece Birch – From the Mouth
Amarok – Metanoia
Dave Kerzner – Static
David Bowie – Sound & Vision
Steve Hackett – Set Your Compass
Justin Hayward – The Eastern Sun

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Catch the Wave!



Sunday, April 22, 2018

The Minstral Show – (Episode 041)



Hello and welcome to this weeks episode of “The Minstral Show”!

EPISODE 41

There is an awakening taking place today that is led by an empathic moral desire to make the world a better place. This awakening has morphed into a global collective consciousness, brought to life by the individual and our common moral foundations over the internet, through computers and our communication technology. The World is evolving, and moving away from the age that came before when we all lived in our own little worlds, before the internet.

We live in interesting times where the individual voice can rise and be heard by many…yet it can also be silenced by the powerful…however, two things are certain, truth and evolution cannot be held back for very long as we communicate with each other across the World and over the Internet.

A very important element of our collective consciousness is art and music which comes from the creative thoughts and impressions of the individual, transposed onto canvas or into compositions. The world has entered a new age of renaissance that is consciously expressive...and so today’s theme takes us on a quest to understand our path in these days of great change, featuring Graham Nash, Temples, Riverside, David Ian Roberts, David Crosby, Neil Young, The Colin Tench Project, Casey Stratton and Chris de Burgh. Have a listen and if it resonates, share it with your friends.

More than just a podcast, World United Music is a solid connection to a global consciousness that has emerged to build a better world…

The Minstral Show – (Episode 041)



SONGS:

Graham Nash – This Path Tonight
Temples – Colours to Life
Riverside – Reality Dream III
David Ian Roberts – Indian Blues
David Crosby – What’s Broken
Neil Young – Driftin Back
Colin Tench Project – See How She Runs
Casey Stratton – Weight of the World
Chris de Burgh – The Hands of Man

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Sunday, April 15, 2018

The Minstral Show - (Episode 040)



Hello and Welcome to this weeks podcast of "The Minstral Show"!

Episode 40 

After a long difficult week in the Geopolitical arena, its important to shed the build-up of negative emotional energy that is brought on by having to battle against the insolent insanity of our out of control establishment.

Music is one of the best ways I know to help me prepare emotionally and mentally for whatever is to come down the road and so, I’ve put together a program with three solid sets of music to do just that, featuring, New Model Army, Riverside, Matthew Perryman Jones, Steve Hackett, Darling & Co, Julian Lennon, Great Lake Swimmers, Darrel Treece-Birch, and Roger Waters. Have a listen and if it resonates share it with your friends.

The Minstral Show - (Episode 040)



SONGS:

New Model Army – Winter
Riverside – Time Travellers
Matthew Perryman Jones – Land of the Living
Steve Hackett – Behind the Smoke
Darling & Co – Massive Day
Julian Lennon – Disconnected
Great Lake Swimmers – Still
Darrel – Treece Birch – No More Time
Roger Waters – The Last Refugee

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Roger Waters


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Tuesday, April 10, 2018

The Minstral Show - (Episode 039)




An expressive line up of great music on this the 39th episode of the Minstral Show featuring, Greta Van Fleet, Black Country Communion, Son Little, Dave Kerzner, Exquisite Corp, Tom Moriarty, Peter Case, The Chemistry Set and Ancient Cities…serving up three sets of the best music being made today while covering a wide variety of genres from this global music revolution. 



SONGS:

Greta Van Fleet – Highway
Black Country Communion – Wanderlust
Son Little – O me O My (Gavin Moss Remix)
Dave Kerzner – Stranded (Parts 1 – 5)
Exquisite Corp – Broken Petals
Tom Moriarty – Finding a Better Way
Peter Case – I Shook his Hand
The Chemistry Set – International Rescue
Ancient Cities – Sorceress

The Minstral Show broadcasts every Sunday evening at 7:00 pm eastern standard time on Anchor FM, Apple Podcasts and Pocket Casts including a weekly post on this blog.

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Ancient Cities


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Sunday, April 1, 2018

The Minstral Show – (Episode 038)



World United Music presents Episode 38 of The Minstral Show now streaming on Anchor FM, Apple Podcasts and Pocket Casts. This weeks show features a stellar lineup with music by: CHICO, Portrayal, Slowdive, Fink, Lunatic Soul, Tiger Moth Tales, Alan Parsons, Rick Miller and Agnes Obel. Click start and catch the Wave!


SONGS:

CHICO – Twilight Ravine
Portrayal – Lost Souls
Slowdive – Star Roving
Fink – Black Stetson
Lunatic Soul – Crumbling Teeth and the Owl Eyes
Tiger Moth Tales – The First Lament
Alan Parsons – Fragile
Rick Miller – The Final Journey
Agnes Obel – Mary

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Agnes Obel


The Minstral Show broadcasts every Sunday evening at 7:00 pm eastern standard time on Anchor FM, Apple Podcasts and Pocket Casts including a weekly post on this blog.

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