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Time: 29 November 2004 (Monday) at 06:00 UTC International: PST-11pm (Sunday 28 November 2004) | EST-2am | UK-7am | NZ-6pm Repeated: 29 November 2004 (Monday) at 18:00 UTC International: PST-11am (Monday | EST-2pm | UK-7pm | NZ-6am Duration: ~3h
On this week's show:
Featured new rock album: Red Hot Chili Peppers, *By the Way* (2002), the Peppers have kept their punk intensity while finding other kinds of beauty & power to infuse their music...hard, smooth, goes, goes...
Featured classic rock album: Blind Faith, *Blind Faith* (1969)...from the ashes of Cream & Traffic grew this Clapton/Winwood-led supergroup to burn impossibly high for a moment & then gone...
Storybook Time: continuing Introduction to *The Long Trip: A Prehistory of Psychedelia* Paul Devereux...
plus green magick in word and melody for a world not lost despite the Empire's tries
Ever growing green & good webcasting from seattle USA!!
[The following is an explanation of this radio project, and an invitation for all here to get involved if they wish...'net radio is a great way to foster community over the globe, and people involved with entheogens can especially benefit from knowing like-minded souls...this radio project is connected with http://www.spiritplants.com which i believe many shroomery folks associate with ]
First of all: SPIRITPLANTS RADIO
About the radio:
Spiritplants Radio is an open project led by a bunch of people from different parts of the world, joined by the internet and their common interest in ethnobotanicals. The radio doesn't have a particular concept or defined genre but mainly plays psychedelic music. Among ambient, trance, ethno, rock, dub and reggae tunes you can occasionally hear lectures by people like Terence McKenna, Robert Anton Wilson, Alan Watts and others. The radio is of course commercial free and you would rarely hear the voice of a DJ but when you do you will surely be surprised.
How to listen:
You can connect to the radio with most players that support streaming media. If you have WinAmp or something that can play winamp playlists simply follow this link: http://yage.net:9000/listen.pls Otherwise find "Open URL", "Play Location" or similar in the menu of your player and type in: http://yage.net:9000
We're broadcasting mp3 (LAME) via a SHOUTcast server at different bitrates depending on the current DJ and listeners. Most DJs broadcast their shows either at low bitrate (32 or 40 Kbps) or repeat them at low and high (96 or 128 Kbps) so don't worry if you're on dialup. Stream is usually running 24/7 but might occasionally be down between some shows.
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