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Bill Leyden Joins Kitty and Creek on Iridium Radio, KZYX&Z
I was thrilled to be an in-studio guest with Kitty & Creek on Iridium Radio. It was an honor to be with them and share the show with gifted pianist, Helen Jane Long.
Thanks, Kitty and Creek!
Listen to this Iridium Radio broadcast:
Here is an excerpt from the show notes:
|Host:||Kitty & the Creek|
|Theme:||Two Special Guests!|
|Notes:||Iridium Radio Playlist for Sunday April 10, 2011, as heard on KZYX&Z
Mendocino County Public Broadcasting and streaming live on the web at
http://www.KZYX.orgShow Hosts: Kitty & Creek
Show Theme: Two Special Guests!
Special Guests: Helen Jane Long and Bill Leyden
Show Website: http://www.iridiumradio.comTo introduce Helen Jane Long’s live interview we played the following:
Helen Jane Long – Porcelain – Porcelain [Warner Classics & Jazz]
Helen Jane Long – Broken – Porcelain [Warner Classics & Jazz]
Helen Jane Long – Through the Dark – Porcelain [Warner Classics & Jazz]During the interview we played:
Helen Jane Long – Embers – Embers [BLE Music Group]
Helen Jane Long – One Day – Embers [BLE Music Group]Bill Leyden was live in the studio with us. We started his segment with
Steven De Ruby, as he is now playing one of Steven’s flutes, among many
Steven De Ruby – Revelation – Sacred Spaces [Domo]We continued with selections from Bill Leyden’s albums:
Bill Leyden – Face the Fire – Face The Fire: work in progress [Sage Journey]
Bill Leyden – Accept Me Home – Seeking Balance [Sage Journey]
Bill Leyden – Power Spot – Return to Joshua Tree [Sage Journey]
Bill Leyden – Entering Sedona – Return to Coconino [Sage Journey]
Bill Leyden – Sevgilim, Bana Dom – Return to Coconino [Sage Journey]
Bill Leyden – Celestial Medicine – Celestial Medicine [Sage Journey]The show continued until close, with the following:
Michael Brant DeMaria – Gaia – Gaia
Kitty and Creek were kind enough to invite me to stay at their lovely home in the forest. Before I left to return to Arizona, I had to make an image of them in their world. I decided to try a “Beloved” invitation to allow them to sink into their own experience. The result was the following image, which I find very touching. When I look at it, I am reminded how lucky I am to know these two very special people.