Sunday Soul – OFFERING – September 19th 2010

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  1. Sunshine:

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  2. Sunshine:

    wow. a wild one tonight. wonderfully filthy and beautiful.
    Thank you.
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  3. Sunshine:

    Last night’s transmission was filthy and wild and beautiful. I originally prepared an offering. I wanted to turn the cup – pouring the steaming water over a fragrant camellia flower – and meditate quietly as the flower opened – and then turn the cup again and offer my heart outward with sincerity, and deep quiet. Instead what happened was unwieldy, uncomfortable, beautiful, and quite a surprise.

    One of my favorite poets, Hafez, writes in his beautiful piece ‘Hemispheres’:

    “Leave the familiar for a while.
    Let your senses and bodies stretch out
    Like a welcomed season
    Onto the meadows and shores and hills.
    Open up to the Roof.
    Make a new water-mark on your excitement
    And love.
    Like a blooming night flower,
    Bestow your vital fragrance of happiness
    And giving
    Upon our intimate assembly.
    Change rooms in your mind for a day.
    All the hemispheres in existence
    Lie beside an equator
    In your heart.
    Greet Yourself
    In your thousand other forms
    As you mount the hidden tide and travel
    Back home.
    All the hemispheres in heaven
    Are sitting around a fire
    While stitching themselves together
    Into the Great Circle inside of

    And this mirrors my own surprise at what the contents of my heart betrays. I had hopes, and I still have them. I had dreams, and I still have them. And so I turned the cup, poured the water, and bloomed like a night flower. None of my expectations were met beyond the obvious ones of music, time, and audience. What was sad was in no way a sense of mourning. What was joyful was in no way reflected as laughter. What was poignant and sincere were liberated by rhythm, and texture, and everything seemed to spread out and take up room in a way that I had not expected. I wanted to offer my devotion, instead I lost my composure, and fell intoxicated by the steam from the tea, and I rose from my pillow and danced instead on the rooftop of my own love and light. This love is for you, but it is also for me too. And so I found myself celebrating this beautifully good news in front of you, with you, beside you.

    What did I learn? I learned that while many producers have singers to take the heat for their words, I choose – in spite of my dubious singing voice – to do this for myself. I continue to stick my neck out, to say what I have to say, and I do without fear, or self-possession. I open my heart, and am often even more surprised than anyone else by how sexual I am, how angry I can be, how devoted to god, love, and light I am. I seek to forget myself entirely, and ache to be the love I want so deeply from this world. This is, like house music itself, not for everyone. But it is my art. It is my craft. It is what I do. Fire your criticism away. Kill the messiah, and take his place in order to learn the truth of your own karma. Free me to be one of many, a face blurred in the rush of the mob as they gather again, and light up new torches to come to kill the new messiah. We gather, we sing, we dance, we celebrate, we light up the night in spite of ourselves. And for this purpose I offer myself to you.

    Here is the track listing for Sunday Soul – OFFERING:

    1. Sunday Soul – Program ID
    2. Bird – Dead Can Dance
    * introduction
    3. Wake Up Everybody – Psychemagik
    4. Baby I Can’t Stop – Aeroplane Mix – Solale & Lindstrom
    5. Ice Castle – The Beat Broker
    * offering
    6. Sinfonia Della Notte – John Dahlback Remix – Dennis Ferrer
    * devotion at dawn
    7. Walk A Mile – Cuebur Mix – Nathan
    8. KGB025-A04 – Sorry, it was a promo without any file info
    9. Work – Prins Thomas Remix – Junior Boys
    * new life
    10. Witzkraft – Satoshi Fumi Remix – Stefanowitz
    11. Holding You – Ame Mix – Wahoo
    12. If She Only Knew – ROBOTALCO
    13. Taste of Snow – Add to Basket Remix – Bjork
    14. Dance To The Music – Vocal Version – Junior Byron
    15. La Cavalcade – Rodriguez Jr.
    16. Untitled – Deadmau5 Remix – Jorgensen
    17. Future – Sunshine Jones Revision – Halo
    18. I, I, I – The Osmonds
    19. Monkey Overbite – The Emperor Machine
    20. The Feeling – Sugar
    * my eyes are closed, but i can feel you dancing beside me
    21. ESL 5 – ESL
    22. Code 7429 – Lullabies In The Dark
    23. Talk to Me – Sasha Mix – Hysterix
    24. Are We There Yet – Audiofly X
    25. She’s Lost Control – Sunshine Jones Loss of Motor Function Revision – Joy Division
    * Ryurei as opposed to Kaiseki
    26. Vem Rebola – Main Acid Mix – DJ Gregory
    27. Throw – LCD Soundsystem
    28. Tear Out – Evil Eddie Richards Electrodub Remix – S.I.M.O. & Native Intelligence
    29. More Than Real – Junior Boys
    30. Fragment – Galaxy
    31. Au Rêve – Tennishero
    32. Carry On Turn Me On – Bottin Remix – Space
    33. Floatation – Prins Thomas Miks – The Grid
    34. Until The Morning – Thievery Corporation
    35. A Single Wish – This Mortal Coil
    36. Sunday Soul – Program ID
    37. Only Love Can Break Your Heart – Neil Young
    38. Sunday Soul – Program ID –

    Total Running Time: 03 Hours 22 Minutes 34 Seconds
    * Performed Live

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