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This Could Be Real

For relaxing Sunday morning we offer you easy, smooth jazz, and jazz ballads….,featuring Paul Taylor, Boney James, Ronny Jordan, and more.

tracklist:
Ronny Jordan- After Hours
Paul Hardcastle – Rain Forest
Incognito – Deep Waters
Kirk Whalum ft. Wendy Moten – All I Do
Richard Elliot – This Could Be Real
Ronny Jordan – Heaven
Paul Taylor – Pleasure Seeker
Japanese Smooth Jazz
Chuck Loeb – The Music Inside
Michael Vince – Slow & Easy
Boney James – Butter
Brian Culbertson- On My Mind
Ronny Jordan – Nite and Day
Jeffery Smith – Rhythm of Life
Rick Braun – Nightwalk
Peter White & Boney James – Walk On By
Kim Waters – Love like this
Peter White – Love Will Find You.

Movie Scores from 70ies

WE are continuing, due to the film festival in the city, with musical edition of movies scores. Today – famous score from the movies in 70ies…..

tracklist
The Godfather Theme Song
The Sting Theme
Blazing Saddles Opening Title
Jaws
Young Frankenstein
Pink Panther Theme
Rocky Full Theme Tune
One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest
Papillon
A Man Called Horse
French Connection
Close Encounters of the Third Kind
Star Wars
ET
Alien
The Deer Hunter
Ride of the Valkyries (Apocalypse Now)
Superman
Grease
Love Story
Jesus Christ Superstar
Dueling Banjos
The Band – The Last Waltz

Afrikan Old Skool Mix#2

Old Skool Afrikan mix is a a compilation of old skool African music, from different countries in Africa including
Congo, South Africa, Cameroon, Nigeria, Kenya, Tanzania, Angola, and many more..

tracklist
Fadhili Williams – Malaika
Petit pays – Mulema
Ebanda Manfred & Nelle Eyoum – Amio
Franklin Boukaka – Yeke Yeke
Tabuley Rochereau – Esswi Yo Wapi
Alpha Blondy – Sweet Fanta Diallo
Grace Evora – Mede d’Ama
Dj Malvado & Chico Viegas.- Cada
dia te quero mais
Paulo Flores-Boda
Neuza & Nichols – Tarraxa Ku Mi
Rei Helder – Mariquinha
Homem Casado
Tokichaw – Chambalala
Tshala Muana- Karibu Yangu
Kassav’ – Wep
Mbilia Bel – Nakei Nairobi
Papa Wemba – Yolele
Fela Kuti – Shakara

Afrikan Old Skool Mix#1

Old Skool Afrikan mix is a a compilation of old skool African music, from different countries in Africa including
Congo, South Africa, Cameroon, Nigeria, Kenya, Tanzania, Angola, and many more..

tracklist
Oliver N’Goma – Mule
Kanda Bongo Man – Muchana
Monique Seka – Missounwa
Monique Seka – Adeba
Papa Wemba – Show me the Way
Dr Victor – Kalimba
Dr. Victor – Tsoang Tsoang
Chicco – I Need Some Money
Brenda Fassie-Vulundlela (kwaito mix)
Yvonne Chaka Chaka – Umqombothi
TP OK Jazz – Franco Luambo Makiadi. – Mario
Wally Badarou – Hi Life
Oliver N’Goma – Icole
Oliver N’Goma – Fely.
Monique Seka – Okaman
Les Wanyika — Marina
Koffi Olomide – Papa Bonheur
TP OK Jazz – Franco Luambo Makiadi – Mouzi
Gadji Celi – King Solo


Sunday Blues

For an easy Sunday morning we offer you blues, with dash of soul….
Featuring Muddy Watters, Gary B.B. Coleman, Bill Whiters, among many others.
tracklist
Langa Mavuso – Sunday Blues
Gary B.B. Coleman – The Sky is Crying
Ry Cooder, Terry Evans – Down In Mississippi
Sam Smith – Too Good At Goodbyes
Little Walter – My Babe
Mighty Sam McClain – When The Hurt Is Over
Muddy Waters – Champagne & Reefer
Cee Cee James – Done Love Wrong
ZZ Hill – Cheatin’ in the Next Room
Shirley Murdock – As We Lay
Bill Withers – Lean On Me
Pokey , – My Sidepiece
Elvis Presley – Always On My Mind
Freddy Cole – This Time I’m Gone for Good
JT Coldfire – She’s Crazy
Whitney Houston – I Have Nothing
Donnie Ray – Rock Me Baby
Ben E King – Stand By Me

Ut queant laxis Resonare fibris

Another edition of healing frequencies, and we are going back to ancient solfeggio scale by featuring tracks from Gregorian chants, along with orgianl ut, re mi…and other sacred music.
The origin of the ancient Solfeggio scale can be traced back to a Medieval hymn to John the Baptist, and the original frequencies were capable of spiritually inspiring mankind to be more “god-kind”.
The original Solfeggio scale was developed by a Benedictine monk, Guido d’Arezzo (c. 991 AD – c. 1050 AD). It was used by singers to learn chants and songs more easily. Today we know the Solfeggio scale as seven ascending notes assigned to the syllables Do-Re-Mi-Fa-So-La-Ti. The original scale was six ascending notes assigned to Ut-Re-Mi-Fa-Sol-La. The syllables for the scale were taken from a hymn to St. John the Baptist, Ut Queant Laxis, written by Paulus Diaconus.
Guido d’Arezzo
The secret meanings of the ancient syllables
Each tone has its own unique potential
As you already know, the syllables used to denote the tones are: Ut, Re, Mi Fa, Sol, La. They were taken from the first stanza of the hymn to St. John the Baptist:
Ut queant laxis Resonare fibris
Mira gestorum Famuli tuorum
Solve polluti Labii reatum
Sancte Iohannes
Literal translation from Latin: “In order that the slaves might resonate (resound) the miracles (wonders) of your creations with loosened (expanded) vocal chords. Wash the guilt from (our) polluted lip. Saint John.”
In other words, so people could live together in peace and communicate in harmony about the miracle in their lives, and how God blessed them to produce this “magic”, people’s true unpolluted spiritual natures required revelation. The above text seems to suggest that Solfeggio notes open up a channel of communication with the Divine.

King Lear

In the high spirited , intimate space of Adishakti Theatre, classical William Shakepseare’s play King Lear is set on stage.
Auroville Theatre group presents King Lear by amazing act of home based actors, along with visiting actors and actresses. Tragedy follows the original language but is set in current time, thus giving actors a freedom to express their characters by their visions. Hard, demanding roles, lengthy time wise has shown the dedication, maturity, and brilliance of the actors.

Classical Shakespeare’s tragedy depicts the gradual descent into madness of the title character, after he disposes of his kingdom giving bequests to two of his three daughters based on their flattery of him, bringing tragic consequences for all. Derived from the legend of Leir of Britain, a mythologicalpre-Roman Celtic king,

Due to the restoration work of Bharat Nivas Sri Aurobinod amphitheater, Auroville Theatre Group decided to stage the play at the Adishakti Theatre, Adishakti Laboratory for Theatre, Arts & Research on Edayanchavady Road. Adishakti Theatre with its funder Veenapani Chavla, who was deeply connected to Sri Aurobindo Ashram and Auroville. It is a fascinating place, with utmost respect to vernacular architecture, with reverence towards well being of humans, and nature , yet dedicated and focused in fields of performing arts.

Love You Die

Sweet mix of Afrobeat songs, mostly from East Afrika, with its particular beats of Rhumba, Lingala, Zilipendwa…..

tracklist
Diamond Platnumz – Hallelujah
Rich Mavoko – Rudi (feat. Patoranking)
Jux – Juu
Harmonize – Sina
Aslay – Angekuona
Aslay – Natamba
Saida Karoli – Orugambo
Lameck Ditto – Moyo Sukuma Damu
Harmonize, Rich Mavoko – Show Me
Nandy – Wasikudanganye
Rich Mavoko – Sheri (feat. Fid Q)
Darassa – Hasara Roho
Harmonize – Niambie
Lava Lava – Dede
Patoranking – Love You Die
Ben Pol – Phone (feat. Mr Eazi)
Diamond Platnumz – Eneka
Lava Lava – Tuachane
Rayvanny – Mbeleko
Rayvanny – Unaibiwa
Harmonize – Shulala (feat. Korede Bello)
Rayvanny – Zezeta
Diamond Platnumz – I Miss You
Diamond Platnumz – Marry You
Diamond Platnumz – Zilipendwa (feat. Harmonize, Rich Mavoko & Rayvanny)

Jazz, Jazz, Jazz #12

Coninuing with jazz classics. ….. traveling back in time, on different continents…
tracklist
Tito Puente – Cha Cha Cha
Ahmad Jamal – Blue Moon
Glenn Miller – Moonlight Serenade
Bud Shank Quartet – Carioca
Larry Young – The Moontrane
Bobby Hutcherson – Tranquillity
Grant Green – A day in the life
Thelonious Monk – In Walked Bud
John Coltrane – Spiritual
Kenny Dorham Quartet – Lotus Blossom
Benny Goodman – Amapola
Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie – Bloomdido
Ella Fitzgerald – How High The Moon
Count Basie – April in Paris
Miles Davis – Love for Sale
Mongo Santamaria – Cloud Nine
Benny Goodman And His Orchestra – King Porter Stomp
Sonny Rollins – SonnyMoon For Two
Groovin High – Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie

285 Hz

285 Hz
This frequency helps return tissue into its original form. 285 Hz influences energy fields, sending them a message to restructure damaged organs. It also leaves your body rejuvenated and energized.
Solfeggio scale and the additional tones
As you already know, the original Solfeggio scale has 6 tones. The tones are: 396, 417, 528, 639, 741 & 852. Following the pattern established by these original tones, additional frequencies can be calculated. There are three frequencies which can be calculated below the 396 before breaking the pattern (63, 174, 285) and there are infinite frequencies that can be calculated above the 852. See below:
63
174 – reduce pain
285 – influence energy fields
396 – turn grief into joy
417 – facilitate change
528 – transformation & miracles
639 – reconnecting, relationships
741 – expressions/solutions
852 – return to spiritual order
963 – awaken perfect state
1074
1185
1296
1317
etc.
All these additional frequencies reduce to a 3, 6, or 9, but does it mean that we should use them just like the main tones from the Solfeggio scale? To be honest, I would recommend focusing on the 9 Solfeggio tones. The 6 main and the 3 additional tones (174, 285, 936) hold an infinite array of healing properties. They have been well researched and many people experience their benefits every day.

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