There was a mistake on the podcast: the web address for Ian’s book is www.diabetesmiracle.org NOT .com
My pal Curtis is my special guest host today. We talk about cool stuff and play cool musics. Plus, there is a big CD giveaway contest. Listen for info!
the Quiet times podcast
Curtis’ Flickr photos
Fujyia and Miyagi – Ankle Injury
Belle and Sebastian – For The Price Of A Cup Of Tea (Courtesy of Matador Records)
Microfilm – Chicago (Courtesy of the Artist)
Burial – Ghost Hardware (courtesy of IODA Promonet)
I am joined today by my friend Ann Karp. She has been a part of the Koinonia community for four years, and is my featured artist this month.
Kurt was my roommate for most of my time at Koinonia. After our four month internship together he decided to become a full time member of the community while I moved on to New York. It thought it would be fun to get an update from him and also talk about the SOA vigil.
The Open Door
Kurt’s Flickr Pics
the simple way
Potter Street Records
A Celebration – Mar
Ol’ Glory – psalters
Try on Life – Jes Karper
Vegan bodybuilder and motivational speaker Robert Cheeke takes a break from his busy touring schedule to talk about his diet, training and the philosophy behind his decision 13 years ago to maintain a plant based diet.
Robert’s You Tube videos
Long time MikeyPod listeners will know that Issa (formerly Jane Siberry) holds the honor of being one of my three most inspiring artists (Yoko Ono and David Sylvian are the others, if you’re keeping track). After quite some time of arranging, she and I finally had the opportunity to talk about her music, spirituality and the tremendous changes that have occurred in her life over the past few years.
Her MySpace is here.
Calling All Angels (Millennium Version)
The Life Is The Red Wagon (from the album Bound By The Beauty)
Grace Hospital (from the live album New York Trilogy II: Lips)
Talking with punk rocker and activist George Tabb about the fatal illness he developed after the 9-11 attacks. Despite the fact that his illness resulted from his proximity to the World Trade Center during and after the attacks, he has been denied any financial help with his medical expenses. Visit his MySpace page to learn more about his situation, and to help him if you can.
The opening tune is Anthrax (Powerballad Version) by the great Kimya Dawson.