Sunday Soul – dolphin quest – February 28th 2010

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  1. The quest is on
    Come explore your tender man-feelings with me

    Live now on!

  2. what a wonderful fucking show. oh my god I adore you so.
    Thank you for listening.

    See you next week!

  3. Last Sunday night’s transmission was such a playful surprise. I was just back from a quick and vicious trip to Chicago where Dubtribe played at the Green Dolphin, and had barely caught my breath when it was already time to consider how I was going to apply myself to that amazing poster I made. The inspiration comes from the delightfully bizarre Mr. Rob Brezsny. I’d been taking myself too seriously again and feeling a little defeated. Brezsny said “I suggest that you and I be as playful as dolphins.” and I laughed out loud. The first thing I did was a little research. How playful are dolphins? What do they sound like? I found that Dolphins are wildly sexual, deeply playful, and almost as sentient and intelligent as human beings (a debatable statement, I know, on both sides of the argument) and they don’t sound at all like the happy little chirps of flipper. Rather, dolphins sound like clacky little bits of sonar. It’s not the cute little sound effect I had expected to find and include in the show. So instead of oceanic waves crashing and dolphins tittering, I decided that the challenge was for “you and I” to be “as playful as dolphins.” That mean me. So I started rifling through my collection looking for play.

    What happened was a welcome and lovely surprise. To my mind and heart this was the best sunday soul show in a very long time. Recently I asked you to book me, I did. After much too long thinking about it I’ve decided that I want to play. I don’t want to sit in my studio killing myself over unfinished symphonies anymore, and more than that, I really don’t want to pretend to be something I’m not any more. This business of arriving somewhere with a collection of tracks I hope to crap will make strangers dance, taking the turn out personally when I shouldn’t be there in the first place, and feeling like a 6′ 3″ fish out of water all the time just isn’t going to work. I need to open my heart wider, slow the tempo down to where I’m home, and express myself in the most honest possible way. Afterall, if what my heart is aching for is a community of people who can feel, hear, celebrate, and dance to the mosaics of my heart at 115 bpm, then I’d better be prepared to play them out loud for you when the opportunity arrives. And so, I dove into the ocean and began to swim…

    It was beautiful, silly, playful, deep, loving, and really satisfying. The chat was present and focused. The experience was priceless and not to be missed. I played songs I honestly never expected to play – MARRS – Pump up the volume, Human League – Don’t you want me baby – and while we began with clare de lune, and took it up to 118, we quickly settled into a seriously funky 115 meant to fuck up Matty’s other leg, and carried on from there… words came and went, gentle singing, and sweet play. I loved it. It’s where I’m at right now. I hope you feel it too. What a wonderful fucking show. Oh my stars I love you so… thank you for listening. See you next week!

    Here is the track listing for Sunday Soul – dolphin quest:

    1. Sunday Soul – Program ID
    * intro
    2. Clair De Lune – Debussy
    3. Boat Behind – Kings of Convenience
    4. Beautiful Day (Banzai Republic vs Trentemoller) – Laidback
    5. The Deep – La Noir Aude
    * I’m delighted by your many ways
    6. Sol Searchin – H-Foundation
    7. Whitmey Na – Raz Ohara
    8. Sweet Melodies – Manoptic Remix – Hyashi Atari
    9. Hot On The Heels Of Love – Throbbing Gristle
    10. My Love Sees You – CLASSIXX Remix – Beni
    11. There For Me – Main Vocal Mix – Fish Go Deep
    * nothing in the world, nothing on my mind
    12. VooDoo Ray – A Guy Called Gerald
    13. Pump Up the Volume – Marrs
    14. Get Up (Original Version) – Elektrons
    * where is your heart, and what have you done to my mind?
    15. ESL 5 – ESL
    16. Nil By Mouth (Knightlife Remix) – Bag Raiders
    * Dencing en de night (version deutsche)
    17. Don’t You Want Me – Human League
    18. I Don’t Know What I Can Save You From – Royksopp Remix – Kings of Convenience
    19. Skumble Planner – Marius Vareid
    20. Mundo Estatico – Marco Da Mata, Satine Collectif
    * could it be you and me?
    21. Heart Is To The Left – Unai
    22. La Ritournelle – Metronomy Mix – Sebastien Tellier
    23. Flight 4020 – Jimmy & Fer Ferrari
    * just fly baby…
    24. Pure – Jay’s Original Vocal – Blue Six
    25. Be With Me – Hacienda
    26. Make My Heart – Latrice
    27. Traffic – The Lagos Nagano Players Association
    28. Na-Dja-Shy – Gwen Maze
    29. 2 Copies – Barfly
    30. Bring Down The Walls – Fingers Inc.
    31. Atlantis – Acos Coolkas Night mix – Solila
    32. One Evening – Re Edit – Feist
    33. Breathe – Look Brown
    * free to just be
    34. Beautiful Otherness – Bent
    35. Sunday Soul – Program ID

    Total Running Time: 02 Hours 44 Minutes 07 Seconds
    * Performed Live

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