Sunday Soul – PHOSPHENE DAYDREAM – October 17th 2010

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  1. Sunshine:

    Sunday Soul is live now!
    Close your eyes, see the lights, join us…

  2. Sunshine:

    wow. that was amazing…
    thank you so much for listening.
    Good night!

  3. Sunshine:

    The beautifully ill prepared guru Osho – pronounced O-shuh – took a stab at the psychology of dreams by saying “We have seven bodies: the physical, the etheric, the astral, the mental, the spiritual, the cosmic, and the nirvanic. Each body has its own type of dream. The physical body is known in Western psychology as the conscious, the etheric body as the unconscious, and the astral body as the collective unconscious.” He then went on to describe these bodies while I listened to the Sex Pistols in my head. But what he had to say was essentially that each of these bodies sing their own song. We listen to them as best we can, and respond with or without knowing it. The stomach dreams of lunch, and we say “I’m hungry.” The heart dreams of love, and we say whatever it is we say when our heart does that. But they are only dreams. The question is, are you listening? Are you interpreting all of your dreams?

    Last night I proposed a remedial exercise: cover your eyes, see the lights, and follow wherever they roam. Personally I have no ambitions to climb my way through the houses of dreams and reach enlightenment, or my nirvanic house of realization. Like the corporate ladder, or the chart topping hits which keep the mob drunk and absent, I’m not in this to “win” this in a pedantic sense. This journey is what it’s all about… so by following the trails of our own ocular cosmos we are more firmly rooted in the here and now. But trusting ourselves enough to let our minds roam free, we are more deeply connected to everything.

    Musically I took it down. I took it way down. Thumping the room at 112 bpm, it was a real live low motion discotheque. The chat was wide awake with so many friends – new and old – and it was lovely. In the end, when I had logged out, and stood over my mixer in the dark I said “Wow, that was amazing.” I just love exploring with you. Thank you.

    Here is the track listing for Sunday Soul – Phosphene Daydream

    1. Sunday Soul – Program ID
    2. Cinder and Smoke – Sunshine Jones Re Edit – Iron and Wine
    * introduction
    3. Secret Fire – The Peaking Goddess Collective
    4. It’s Probably Me – Rayko Edit – Eric Clapton & Sting
    5. Keep Me In My Plane – Reverso 68 Remix – Who Made Who
    6. Blue Steel – Still Going Remix – Bot’Ox
    7. Yearning – Black Van
    * it’s like stars…
    8. Federation – Philipp
    9. Computer Love – Glass Candy
    10. Too Much Love – LCD Soundsystem
    11. Steppenwolf – Jerome Sydenham’s Blacktro Dub Remix – H.O.S.H.
    * I can see the sun through my hands
    12. I Can’t Kick This Feelin When It Hits – Moodymann
    13. I Want Your Love – Todd Terje Edit – Chic
    14. Synchronize – Discodeine
    15. In A While / The Voice From Planet Love – Dixon Edit – Precious System
    16. The Sun – Sunshine Jones DLAMB Rework – Heatmerchantz
    17. Believe – Instrumental Mix – Trick & Kubic
    18. For The Time Being feat. Erlend Oye – Phonique
    19. If She Only Knew – ROBOTALCO
    20. We Are What We Are – Sunshine Jones *
    * is it safe to open my eyes?
    21. Bring On The Night feat. Marcus – Rocco TroDeep Remix – Cloudkickers
    22. Running Up That Hill – Sunshine Jones Re Edit – Kate Bush
    23. Fill up my heart – Sunshine Jones *
    * the only cure for love is more love
    24. Ice Castle – The Beat Broker
    25. What Is Love – Alkalino edit – Deee-Lite
    26. You Keep on Moving – T2MM Edit – The Two Mamarrachos
    27. Ancient Astronauts – Kool Dj Dust
    28. Circuit – Aeroplane Remix – David Rubato
    * gone
    29. Deep Luv – Jenifa Mayanja Reflective Mix – Lady Blacktronika
    30. Silly Love Songs – Paul McCartney and Wings
    31. Soul Touching – Sunshine Jones Remix (revision) – Statedlife
    32. Goodbye Horses – Clerks II Remix – Garvey
    33. Sunday Soul – Program ID
    34. Shadow Dancing – Andy Gibb
    35. Sunday Soul – Program ID

    Total Running Time: 03 Hours 06 Minutes 11 Seconds
    * performed live

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