Soundscape includes Dylan Thomas reading a bit of his his poem, “A Winter’s Tale”. Nigel reads his poem “West River Drive”. The Mick Mahoney Band sings “I Remember You (When the Sky is Blue)”, and, “The Innocent and True”. Mr. Ross reads Act 2, Scene 1 of his audio-play, The Keeper’s House.
Pale Blue Dot sings “Coyotes” and “Only Love”. Nigel Louis Stevenson completes reading of his Oxford series poem, “Toxicology Forum”: Patients 13-15. Mr. Ross reads the last scene of Act 1 of his audio-play, The Keeper’s House.
Tanya Davis sings “Art” and “Eulogy for You and Me”. Nigel Louis Stevenson recites “Toxicology Forum”: Patients 10-12. Mr. Ross reads Act 1, Scene 4 of his audio-play, The Keeper’s House. This program inspired by The Twelve Steps to Natural Gardening, by Al Krautter, and NutraSelf: Be who you always wanted to be; feel how you always wanted to feel, with NutraSelf.
Miya Folick and her band sing “Thingamajig” and “Premonitions”. Douglas talks of his distant past. Nigel Louis Stevenson recites “Toxicology Forum”: Patients 7 thru 9. Mr. Ross reads Act 1, Scene 3 of The Keeper’s House.
Martine Groulx and her Montreal-based-band, Camaromance sing “Koro” and “Antoine”. Nigel Louis Stevenson reads “Toxicology Forum”, Patients 4,5, and 6. Mr. Ross reads Act 1, Scene 2 of his audio-play, The Keeper’s House. Inspired by The Twelve Steps to Natural Gardening by Al Krautter, and NutraSelf: “Be who you always wanted to be, feel how you always wanted to feel, with NutraSelf.”
Kelly McFarling sings “Again”. Nigel Louis Stevenson reads first three stanzas of poem “Toxicology Forum” from his Oxford series. Douglas credits Al Krautter’s The 12 Steps to Natural Gardening and NutraSelf for inspiration. Mr. Ross reads Act 1, Scene 1 of his audio-play, The Keeper’s House. Kelly McFarling sings “Lost Boy”. (Both songs off of Ridgeline album).
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Special thanks for reference to Life of a river village, Dobbs Ferry: a centennial publication/editor, William J. Blanck; text, Peter M. Branch
Mr. Ross on “Dispatches from New York” on celticaradio.com. Douglas calls in. Mr. Ross plans to write and record a screenplay based on John Jervis, Chief Engineer of The Croton Aqueduct, completed in 1842. Nigel Louis Stevenson reads “Doomsday” another poem from his Oxford series, written in 2003. Special thanks go out to Mr. Bill Everatt, of celticaradio.com, for sound and music.
Nigel reads “Preliminary Journey, Part VII: The Commending of the Degrees”. Climbing Trees sings “Graves”. Mr. Ross reads Ch. 30 and Epilogue of HARD WATER. Climbing Trees sings “Setting Sun”.
Douglas notes Mr. Ross may be back for Season 2 in September reading his novel Spread Thy Love, or, The Dogwalker.
Nigel reads “Preliminary Journey, Part VI; The Return”, Steve Forbert sings “Rolling Home to Someone You Love”, Mr. Ross reads Chapter 29 of HARD WATER, John Spillane of Nomos sings “I Won’t Be Afraid Anymore”.
Nigel reads Part 4 and 5 of “Preliminary Journey”; Emily Firing sings “Machine”; Mr. Ross reads Chapter 28 of HARD WATER; Luna plays the instrumental song, “Around and Around”.