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Seven Whole Days

Easy Sunday morning listening with mostly soul and r&b music

tracklist
Toni Braxton – Seven Whole Days
Gabrielle – Dreams
Des’ree – Life
Mark Morrison – Return Of The Mack
All Saints – Under The Bridge
Mariah Carey – Always Be My Baby
Taylor Dayne – Can’t Get Enough Of Your Love
Tina Turner I Don’t Wanna Fight
Barry White – Practice What You Preach
Destiny’s Child – Say My Name
Mariah Carey – I Don’t Wanna Cry
Brandy & Monica – The Boy Is Mine
Eternal – I Wanna Be The Only One
Karyn White – Romantic
Jaki Graham – Ain’t Nobody
Whitney Houston – Run To You
Mariah Carey – I’ll Be There
Lighthouse Family – High

Play That Funky Music

Continuing with the vibe of the week – in funky style…..enjoy

tracklist
Shakatak – Down On The Street
Maceo Parker – Basic Funk 101
Wild Cherry-Play that funky music
Santa Esmeralda – Don’t Let Me Be Misunderstood
Bennie Maupin – It Remains To Be Seen
People’s Choice – Nursery Rhymes
Earth, Wind & Fire – Let’s Groove
Average White Band – Cut The Cake
Kool & The Gang – Get Down On It
Sly & The Family Stone – If You Want Me To Stay
(Patti) LaBelle – Lady Marmalade
Kool & The Gang – Ladies Night
Parliament – Give up the funk
Cameo – She’s Strange
Disco Tex And The Sex O Lettes Get Dancing
Pharrell Williams – It Girl
James Brown – Make It Funky


Comments: 0 Date: 23 May 2017

Mr. Funky Samba

Musical edition today travels back in time, and to South American continent. At the time when funk was spreading like a fire from states, Brasil was catching it fast , embracing it, and transfixing it ….
tracklist
Manu Gavassi – Vício
Darker Than Blue – Ghetto Funk
Gerson King Combo – Funk Brother Soul
Banda Black Rio – Mr Funky Samba
Seu Jorge – Samba Rock
Banda Black Rio – Maria Fumaca
Gilberto Gil Toda
menina Bahiana
Tim Maia – O Caminho Do Bem
Trio Mocoto – Swinga Sambaby
Miguel de Deus – Black Soul Brothers 70’s Brazilian Psych Funk
Emilio Santaiago – Vem Menina
Toni Tornado – Sou
negro
Bebeto- Segura a Nega
Banda Black Rio – Vidigal
Lafayette Afro Rock Band – Hihache
Tiago Abravanel – De Brim
Cristina Camargo Moral Tem Hora
Cassiano – Eu
amo voce
Patricia Marx
cedo ou tarde
Marcos Valle – Estrelar
Gerson King Combo – Mandamentos Black
Trio Trenura – A Gira
Banda Black Rio – Expresso Madureira
Elizio De Buzios – Tamanqueiro
Sergio Mendes, will.i.am, Siedah Garrett – Funky Bahia

Selections par Gangalakshmi 205

Une série hébdomadaire de lectures par Gangalakshmi (en Français) de sélection d?oeuvres sur ou de la Mère et Sri Aurobindo, qui lui semble La Manifestation Supramentale.
A weekly series of readings by Gangalakshmi (in French) from selected works by or on the Mother and Sri Aurobindo.
This week Savitri by Sri Aurobindo Livre III, Chant Trois – Et la Maison de ;’Esprit et la Nouvelle Creation.

On the special request from listeners this edition is un cut!!!

Just an Illusion

To keep this Sunday morning relaxed , we are featuring smooth jazz musicians

tracklist
Candy Dulfer – Nikki’s Dream
Kirk Whalum Now ‘Til Forever
Yves Vincent – My Confession
Sade & Santana – why can’t we live together
Najee – Just an illusion
Mindi Abair – Flirt
Ronny Jordan -Nite and Day
Art Porter – Passion Sunrise
Kenny G – Silhouette
Pamela Williams – Smooth Uptempo Groovy Jazz
Boney James – Sara Smile
Dave Koz – Know by Heart
Nathan East – Why Not This Sunday (feat. Ruben Studdard)

All My Sons

Thie weekend (5th, 6th, 7th) Auroville Theatre Group presents Arturh Miller’s play All My Sons at CRIPA’s garden in Kalabhumi.
The play is Miller’s first great play about family, ethics, money, and love.
Being set at the back of CRIPA, and story is going on at the backyard of family’s house in Ohio, to audience brings a certain intimacy , closeness to the family, and involvement to the story.
Despite that is set in years after War II , play does draw the parallel on what is going on at the moment on the planet, and we can easily translate it in every day situations, where the question of responsibility of conscious choice play a vital role.
Amazing acting of Swar, Jill, Shilpi, Vinu Karthick, Nishant Saini, Ahmed, Myrta, Manjula Selvam, Satyendra Kumar, Satish T; under the direction of Jill.
All the actors, regardless being old “cats” or new ones, proved their acting maturity.

Selections par Gangalakshmi 204

Une série hébdomadaire de lectures par Gangalakshmi (en Français) de sélection d?oeuvres sur ou de la Mère et Sri Aurobindo, qui lui semble La Manifestation Supramentale.
A weekly series of readings by Gangalakshmi (in French) from selected works by or on the Mother and Sri Aurobindo.
This week Savitri by Sri Aurobindo – Livre IV, Chant III – L’Appel de I’Inconnu

On the special request from listeners this edition is un cut!!!

South African Jazz, #2

Few days back South African Freedom Day was celebrated , and for that occasion in this musical edition we are looking at South African jazz under era of Apartheid, featuring great names of South African jazz of that time.

tracklist
Kippie Moeketsi – African Day
Johnny Dyani Quartet song for Biko
Joe Bonner & Johnny Dyani – We Will Be Together
Hugh Masekela – Thimlela
Abdullah Ibrahim & Johnny Dyani – Namhanje
Zim Ngqawana – Bantu (Rainbow Nation)
Pat Matshikiza – Kippie Moeketsi – Tshona!
Dollar Brand – Cape Town Fringe [1977]
Hugh Masekela – Song of Love

The Jazz Epistels

Few days back South African Freedom Day was celebrated , and for that occasion in this musical edition we are looking at South African jazz under era of Apartheid. In this aspect of course we cannot bypass two maestros of the time, and till date Hugh Masakela, and Abdullah Ibrahim, two original members of the Jazz Epistles

tracklist
The Jazz Epistles – Vary-oo-vum
The Jazz Epistels – African Marketplace
Abdullah Ibrahim – Soweto
The Heshoo Beshoo Group – Emakhaya
Joe Bonner & Johnny Dyani – The walk street
Hugh Masekela – Change
Hugh Masekela – Uptownship
Witchdoctor’s Son – Magwaza
Dudu Pukwana – Sondela
Johnny Dyani – Ntyilo Ntyilo
Bheki Mseleku Mamelodi

Happy May Day

International Workers’ Day, also known as Labour Day is a celebration of labourers and the working classes . The date was chosen for International Workers’ Day by the Second International, a pan-national organization of socialist and communist political parties, to commemorate the Haymarket affair, which occurred in Chicago on 4 May 1886.
The first May Day celebration in India was organised in Madras (now Chennai) by the Labour Kisan Party of Hindustan on 1 May 1923.
The International Workingmen’s Association took up the demand for an eight-hour day at its convention in Geneva in August 1866, declaring “The legal limitation of the working day is a preliminary condition without which all further attempts at improvements and emancipation of the working class must prove abortive”

May 5, 6 and 7 at 7:30 pm CRIPA Garden (behind CRIPA), Kalabhumi.The Auroville Theatre Group presents ALL MY SONS By Arthur Miller; cast:Swar, Jill, Shilpi, Vinu Karthick, Nishant Saini, Ahmed, Myrta, Manjula Selvam, Satyendra Kumar, Satish T.

“The existence of poverty is the proof of an unjust & ill-organised society, and
our public charities are but the first tardy awakening in the conscience of a robber.”
Sri Aurobindo

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