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  1. Gilles Peterson Worldwide Vol.2 No.15 // Mala

    Much loved low end theorist Mala (Digital Mystikz/DMZ/DEEP MEDi Musik) makes the trek up from snowy South London to join GP in the Brownswood Basement for a chat about his musical roots, dubplate culture, the evolution of the dubstep movement, and of course to spin some of his favourite records – past, present and future.

    1. Mala – Level 9 (Hyperdub)
    2. Mala – Livin’ Different (Dubplate)
    3. Mala – Education (Dubplate)
    4. Burning Spear – Door Peeper (Supreme)
    5. Little Roy – Hurt Not The Earth (Pressure Sounds)
    6. Augustus Pablo – East Of The River Nile (Message)
    7. Steve Reich – New York Counterpoint (Nonesuch)
    8. Quest – Smooth Skin (Dubplate)
    9. Jill Scott – Slowly Surely (Theo Parrish Remix) (Ugly Edits)
    10. Mizz Beats – My World (DEEP MEDi Musik)

    http://www.gillespetersonworldwide.com/2010/01/gilles-peterson-worldwide-vol-2-no-15-mala/

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  2. A Gift to Future Selves

    Another in the series of experimental, filmic, soundscape, found sound, ambient, folk, classical montage mixes.

    Headphones recommended. Darker in tone than previous mixes, but that darkness is punctuated by positivity and possibly resolved.

    Listening in eeries places (like whilst on the London Underground alone) is perhaps not recommended.

    1. 00:00 First Commercial Message (1890) — P T Barnum
    2. 00:09 For Francis Bacon (Part 2) — Anduin
    3. 06:42 Terrified Bad Music Will Be Made Into Records — Sir Arthur Sullivan
    4. 07:11 Past Tense Kitchen Movement — Ezekiel Honig
    5. 10:58 Saffron Revolution — Fennesz
    6. 16:06 Reeds of Brown Lake — Lawrence English
    7. 17:48 Footpath Apparition — Loren Chasse
    8. 22:40 Melodia (li) — Johann Johansson
    9. 24:16 Porselein — Machinefabriek
    10. 30:47 Last Light — Svarte Greiner
    11. 37:57 Intercepted Communications — Lawrence English
    12. 38:02 The Raven — Edgar Allen Poe
    13. 41:14 Terminal Motor — Lawrence English
    14. 45:01 Silver Wings — Inca Ore
    15. 50:11 Figase — Gultskra Arikler
    16. 55:06 Forest Mountain — Nalle
    17. 61:15 San Solomon — Balmorhea
    18. 63:24 Final Farewell — Florence Nightingale
    19. 64:05 Voice in the Headphones — Mount Eerie With Julie Doiron And Fred Squire

    From: http://steflewandowski.com/2009/01/mix-a-gift-to-future-selves/

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  3. BG 128: Peter Fenner: Entering into Natural Meditation

    This week, I speak with non-dual teacher and former Tibetan monk, Peter Fenner. Peter was a monk for nearly a decade before he disrobed, realizing that the Buddhist practices he was engaged in weren’t leading him to what he was looking for. He then looked to Western psychotherapeutic technologies, and in the process developed a non-dual teaching that relates in part to Madhyamika, Advaita Vedanta, and Western psychology. He calls this approach Radiant Mind, and in this episode we speak with him about the various aspects of his teaching, from a type of deconstructive inquiry based on dialoguing with him, to the formless "practice" of natural meditation. Listen in to hear more about this type of "fruition or results" based spiritual path.

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  4. Tom Waits & Bette Midler - I Never Talk To Strangers

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  5. Melancholy Elephants - Spider Robinson

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  6. Ulysses by Lord Alfred Tennyson

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  7. Richard Freeman - Myth of Technique

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  8. A Diamond as Big as the Ritz by F. Scott Fitzgerald.

    The Diamond as Big as the Ritz is a novella by novelist F. Scott Fitzgerald. It was first published in the June 1922 issue of The Smart Set magazine, and was included in Fitzgerald’s 1922 short story collection Tales of the Jazz Age.

    "A Diamond as Big as the Ritz" was adapted for radio by Les Crutchfield and produced/directed by William N. Robson. Jack Edwards, Jr., Denny Merrill, and Linda Mason appeared. This episode aired on July 21, 1947.

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  9. The Country of the Blind by H.G. Wells

    The Country of the Blind, a famous short story by H.G. Wells, first published in 1904 and then later given a revised ending in 1939. The Country of the Blind was adapted for Escape by John Dunkel and produced/directed by William N. Robson. William Conrad played Ibarra and Paul Frees played Nunez. This episode aired on November 26, 1947.

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  10. Mindfield

    Lone Frank, author of "Mindfield" talks to the RSA. This from their site: "Join Lone as she investigates the neural basis for empathy and morality, and looks at the economic, legal and political ramifications of the ‘social brain’. What does it really mean to be human? What is the neurological nature of religious experience? Is there really a science of happiness? And how can we harness the power of the ‘neurorevolution’ to change the world?"

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