Sunday Soul – Butterflies in my Head – March 6th 2011

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  2. Sunshine:

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  3. Sunshine:

    Robert Heinlein, the dean of science fiction, said “Butterflies are self propelled flowers.” and I love that. I couldn’t agree more. Having spent some time in the rainforest section of the academy of science in San Francisco I have felt the delight of a hundred butterflies dancing around my head. In a way the experience is something like coming home for me. Where I don’t feel like there is a difference between my internal experience and the sensual world around me. But then again, American engineer, author, designer, inventor, and futurist Richard Buckminster Fuller – who began his career as a very handsome and well groomed man, but ended it as a curious little man in thick round spectacles without a single hair on his head – said, “There is nothing in a caterpillar that tells you it’s going to be a butterfly.” And I laugh with surprise and wonder at the observation.

    I have this feeling right now, that for the firs time in much too long that everything is absolutely going to be ok. More than ok. Everything is going to be wonderful. It’s as if a cycle of pupa is coming to an end, that while we were laughing and dancing on beaches in the early 1990’s we were not in a higher state of consciousness, but rather, we were caterpillar-like larva and we didn’t know it. As one is expected to experience the world in the present tense, we imagine that this moment now is all there is, and we are fully realized here and now, and no greater evolution is approaching. But I have been traveling the continent quite a bit lately, and I’ve felt the growing energy of little clubs, warehouses, store fronts, and wide open spaces. I can see the sun beginning to peek its beautiful light up from the distant horizon. Our hearts, it seems, needed to break open so that this new and glorious heart could be revealed.

    Last week you asked me to please bring my afterhours dj set to sunday soul. I smiled without agreeing, but absolutely planned to do that this week. I brought my crate out fresh from Saturday night’s amazing warehouse party in Seattle – the likes of which we haven’t seen for much too long in the pacific north west – and after a little intro of Aphex Twin and LSB I attempted to revisit what I gave to that beautiful little warehouse again in our Sunday gathering. The tempo was 121 rather than my traditional sunday 116 – 118 and I resisted my tendancy to never build up directly – one track after the other, but to ease in, go up a little, then pull back slightly, and open up, and then go higher like I love to, but I trimmed the abstractions and really went for it directly. Something interesting happened for me – for the first time since I began this experiment to give my attention to being as intimate in my solo live performances as I am in Sunday Soul I felt that the warehouse party was more powerful, more spontaneous, and more intimate than how it came out here. I didn’t feel observed, self conscious, or held back at all, but I was exhausted. I’m not sorry, rather, I am thrilled. After about an hour and a half, I gently slipped the tempo back down to where it belongs – in my opinion – for Sunday Soul and we went even further, and deeper together.

    The show was well attended, and the chat was mostly still. I loved that. We were connected, listening, and focused. Together. Just like we have always been. Just like we always are. Just right.

    Here is the track listing for Sunday Soul – Butterflies in my Head:

    1. Sunday Soul – Program ID
    * intro
    2. Avril 14th – Aphex Twin
    3. Rodando a Carmen – LSB
    4. The Sun – Sunshine Jones DLAMB Rework – Heatmerchantz
    5. Are We There Yet – Audiofly X
    * Three Butterflies – Rumi
    6. Another Chance – Astraglide’s Deep Remix – Difyl
    * heal your heart
    7. Kill 100 – Carl Craig Remix – X-Press 2
    8. Okay, Cool – TBD
    * sun blind
    9. Let Your Self Go – 303 Mix – 808 State
    10. Set It Off – Walter Gibbons Mix – Strafe
    11. Love On The Line – Unabombers Remix Vox – Crazy P
    12. I can’t kick this feelin when it hits – Moodymann
    13. I Want Your Love – Todd Terje Edit – Chic
    14. A Straight Head – Stupid Human
    15. Blackjoy – La Stache – Moustache
    * the sky is full of stars
    16. Need You Tonight – Alkalino re-edit – Inxs
    17. Love Someone – Robert Owens
    18. Love Someone – Mario Basanov & Vidis Instrumental – Atjazz feat. Robert Owens
    19. For My Love – Barnabun
    20. Join the Future feat Beatriz Rodriguez – Onionz
    21. Warm Sun On My Face – Sunshine Jones *
    22. Ulysses – Beyond The Wizard’s Sleeve Remix – Franz Ferdinand
    23. I Don’t Feel Anything – Anja Schneider
    24. While You Were Sleeping – Dub – Sunshine Jones *
    25. Most Of This Moment feat. Holly Backler – Manuel Tur
    26. Sorry Sorry – Francois K’s Old Skool Afro dub – Femi Kuti
    27. Back To The Future – Kool DJ Dust
    28. It’s all in my head – Sunshine Jones
    29. I Need You Now – Moplen edit – Sinnamon
    30. Four Million Miles – Sunshine Jones
    31. Me And You – Francis Inferno Orchestra
    32. Walk A Mile – Cuebur Mix – Nathan
    33. Stop – B.W.H.
    34. Strawberry – Bicep B Re Edit – The Brothers Johnson
    35. Anthem – Emancipator
    36. Sunday Soul – Program ID
    37. Thinking Of You – Sister Sledge
    38. Sunday Soul – Program ID

    Total Running Time: 03 Hours 19 Minutes 11 Seconds
    * Performed Live

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  4. Ocean's Edge:

    Butterflies fascinate me.Their metamorphosis is complex and captivating, and they undergo this process so bravely, serenely embracing the changes that occur… Surely something that humans can learn to do from time to time :) They are a thing of beauty, as well as a representation of the soul ♥

  5. Peter Evans:

    I love that this weeks show is inspired by butterflies, mostly because that warehouse space we just had you at is referred to as “the cocoon” Fitting eh?

  6. Goly Casey:

    very beautiful backdrop to something deep happening for me, thx ♥

  7. Tony Covine:

    so deep, so peacuful. truely moving.

  8. Tony Covine:


  9. Melanie Plant:

    this last Sunday was just amazing to me. I didn’t get into chat on purpose til the end, proving to myself, anyway, that musical communication runs deeper than any words I could speak or type. The tracklisting contains some of my favorite tacks you play! YAY! Thank you so much Sunshine. *hugz*

  10. Melanie Plant:

    PS…the Rumi is on spot! ♥