Sunday Soul – get into my thing – February 26th 2012

i’m just doin’ my thing babe

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  2. Sunshine:

    All done for this month. Thank you so much for listening. I’m blown away. I love you so much it’s just stupid. See you soon. Good night.

  3. Sunshine:

    I’ve been giving it a lot of thought. What is my thing? Everybody has a thing, right? We’ve been told all our lives “It’s your thing, do what you wanna do!” right? It’s refreshing in a way not to be told what to do. the idea that we’re really free to get our thing on is a beautiful idea. But then I wonder, who is it telling me to do my thing? What’s your thing? Is my thing ok? Does my thing look like your thing? What is my thing?

    So you’re sitting there in your non perscription eyeglasses, your beard is fully blown out now and it’s got some of this afternoon’s lunch in it. There is half a photo studio set up in your bathroom, there’s an almost knitted something in your lap, and you’re thinking of closing your etsy store because no one ever buys anything there. Are you doing your thing? What is that thing? Where did you hear about it? What struck you about it? Were you trying to be different? Were you trying to fit in? Were you already feeling totally weird and out of place, and you knew that you’d found your thing when you saw it/heard it/read about it?

    There are people in this world who work, watch tv, sleep, and then go back to work the next day. Their weekends are experiments in terror. It’s a relief for them when they get called into work. Is that their thing? Aren’t these people dreaming of pyramids and polyamorous nymphets with no pubic hair? Is that their thing?

    I’ve been wondering why I’m still here, who I am, what I am doing, where everybody went, and what the point of all this is for about as far back as I can remember (and mind you, I may not remember anything very accurately, but I have vivid recollections which go back to being about two and half years old.) And while from time to time I’ve been pretty sure that I had found my place in the world, then it breaks apart again, the whole thing changes and I’m left feeling that strange combination of “It’s all my fault” and “fuck those guys.” Give it 20 years and I have a fondness for that thing and feel sweet love, and rosie memories and think “Awh… those were the days.” But it’s never confusing. I know that was then and this is now. I’m just not into that thing anymore.

    I spend long period of my creative life considering culture and values. I am interested in terns, psychology, mass culture and behavior, and having lived though the 70’s – 80’s 90’s and 2000’s now I’ve begun to notice patterns. Sometimes it’s repeat and run, other times its a fresh look at human feelings and problems. Other times it’s just fun. Hey, everybody’s just doing their thing, right?

    I’ve come to the conclusion – and this may not be anything like a refreshing surprise to many of you – that we are what we do. Nothing more. That’s all we are. We are what we actually do. I can think of a couple a hundred experiences in my life where my intentions were so good. I puzzled and killed myself over what the right thing to do was. In the end, I fucked it up. I intended to be loving and kind, to bring peace and ease to the situation – but what I actually did was I slept with your uncle and your mom and you walked in on us. So what I did was hurt you. What I did was I lied, manipulated, and convinced myself of whatever I needed to convince myself of in order to open my heart up to the moment and completely destroy your trust. However I framed it, my intentions may have been galvanized silver and platinum all braided together into a priceless and beautiful band. But what I did was break your heart.

    Knowing this about myself, and minding my actions carefully I sat down to think about what my “thing” is. What have I done? Well… honestly I feel like I’ve lived about six lifetimes. I’ve been a little kid, disco head, a punk rocker, a street hustler, a junkie, a drunk, a nu romantic, a card carrying, vespa riding, james brown loving, james bond worshipping mod, a depressed and moody weirdo into beat poetry and jazz, a disco dancer, a raver, a suave, armani wearing glorified door man, an advertising intern, a graphic designer, a model, an actor, a writer, a photographer, a painter, a bass player, a traveller, a drummer, a raver, a DJ, a musician, a mentor, a sponsor, a father, a friend, a lover, a liar, a lunatic, a buddhist, a muslim, a vendant, a pagan, an eco terrorist, a love terrorist, an antagonist, a provocateur, a pushover, a bully, a victim, a critic, a hassle, a hero and a bitch. But is any of this my “thing?”

    Turns out my thing is the music I’ve created, mixed, produced, remixed, re edited, reworked, and performed. So I devoted 5 and a half hours to celebrating my thing.

    Celebrate your life. I love you.

    Here is the track listing for Sunday Soul – get into my thing

    1. Sunday Soul – Program ID
    2. Ocean Beach Waves – Sunshine Jones
    * Intro
    3. If you’re not the DUB – Dubtribe Sound System
    4. I Got Your Back – Sunshine Jones *
    5. I Got Your Back – Kruse & Nuernberg Atmospheric Mix – Sunshine Jones
    6. Hubabuba – Sunshine Jones Vox Sample Remix – Dana Bergquist
    7. Peak Time – sunshine jones extended disco remix – Native Intelligence
    8. It’s all in my head – Sunshine Jones
    9. What You Feel In Your Heart Makes You Happy – Dubtribe Sound System
    10. Heaven – Sunshine Jones Re Edit – Rolling Stones-ish
    11. If you wouldn’t mind – Tiger Stripes Acid Dub – Sunshine Jones
    * Sunshine’s Theme – version
    12. Eye 2 Eye – Sunshine Jones Remix – Jaswho?
    13. Where is your mind – Dub – Sunshine Jones
    14. If you’re not coming back to me – Dubtribe Sound System
    15. Fall Down – Extended Version – Sunshine Jones
    16. To The Stars – Sunshine Jones
    17. Who’s The Baad Ass? – Dubtribe Sound System
    18. I Believe – Version – Sunshine Jones
    19. Mememem – summer mother version – Sunshine Jones
    20. Do It For The Music – Space Dub – Sunshine Jones
    21. Hypnotized – Dubtribe Sound System Open Heart Dub Version – Eddie Matos
    22. Transitions – Sunshine’s No Voice At All Version – Dennis Ferrer
    23. While You Were Sleeping – Dub – Sunshine Jones *
    24. Warm Sun On My Face – Sunshine Jones *
    25. Come To Me – Version – Sunshine Jones
    26. Future – Sunshine Jones Revision – Halo
    27. Out Here – Sunshine Jones *
    28. Wednesday Night – Full length Version – Dubtribe Sound System
    29. The Sun – Sunshine Jones DLAMB Rework – Heatmerchantz
    30. Water Business – Sunshine Jones Remix – Max Essa
    31. We Are What We Are – Sunshine Jones *
    32. Soñando Contigo – Sunshine Jones Extended Remix – Kiko Navarro
    33. Fill Up My Heart – Sunshine Jones
    34. Breeze… – Sunshine’s Soul Mix – Dubtribe Sound System
    35. The Absurdity of Possession – Sunshine Jones *
    36. Funky Back Home – Sunshine’s Soul Mix – Dubribe Sound System
    37. We Are Free – Less Version More Edit – Sunshine Jones
    38. We Used To Dance – Dubtribe Sound System
    39. Soul Touching – Sunshine Jones Remix (revision) – Statedlife
    40. Cause I Know – sunshine jones rework – The Groovers
    41. Go For That – Sunshine Jones I Cant Re Edit – Sunshine Jones
    42. Four Million Miles – Sunshine Jones
    43. I Surrender – silent love dub – Sunshine Jones
    44. Sunday Lover – Sunshine Jones Re Edit – John Walker
    45. Beautiful Daydream – Extended Instrumental – Sunshine Jones
    46. Exit Ocean Beach Waves – Sunshine Jones
    47. Sunday Soul – Program ID
    48. I Wanna Kiss You All Over – Sunshine Jones Re Edit – Exile
    49. Sunday Soul – Program ID

    Total Running Time: 05 Hours 20 Minutes 55 Seconds
    * Performed Live

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