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VERY 50s lounge this brings us of course to: Ultra-Lounge Christmas Cocktails Volumes 1 & 2 Various Artists proving xmas music from 40s & 50s can be hip and since i am in maui: Ki Ho'alu Christma Various Artists traditionals get da kine slack key guitar treatment Christmas On Big Island The Blue Hawaiians a hawaiian surf rock band with da kine stylee and yes there is a reward for having read this far: Christmas Remixed Various Artists classics by the likes of bing crosby, andy williams, louis armstrong, duke ellington, mel torme, tripped out by amazing technohiphop remixes. excellent!! 2 CD Snoop Dogg Presents Christmas In Da Dogg House Snoop Doggy Dogg & Friends i was just saying a week ago somebody should drop a real xmas gangsta rap album & *pow* here it is, Snoop was way ahead of me on this one. and it is really good positive vibe for the kind of tryp that it is. i call it an instant classic. and lastly, outta respect & it is way cool music: Putumayo Presents New Orleans Christmas while rather outside the vibe of the basic mix here, we all know that Nawlins' jazz is a heady, joyful tryp. sounds exactly like you think it sounds. and ps: happy b'day to me on my 50th tues 23rd & to whosoever should read this PEACE JOY & LOVE during this solstice transformation period 2008. 11-30-2008 produce man survived another thanksgiving! in fact, due to the economic downturn we didn't sell as much so i didn't work as hard so i wasn't as in much pain on thanksgiving as i usually am and that was something to be thankful for! although i know that this less work is bad for people who think money is important, all i can respond with is the produce manager's refrain: MY HEART CARES, BUT MY BACK DOESN'T (this is also the refrain used when someone tries to say that another produce worker is somehow special or has a special problem that we need to be sensitive to which one way or another means that they aren't expected to do the backwork....and of course who will?) man, i've been so happy lately, though! my adventures in consciousness have been so exquisite, my new acquisitions so superb, the food so rich and bachelor-like, the movies and videos so amazing -AND- i am free of emotional attachments to women at this point. one always seems to have one lingering in the background somewhere, it seems. that girl at the cafe who is so friendly and open; that hairdresser whose work is so sensuous because it is the only time that a woman actually touches one; that coworker who momentarily rests her hand on one's forearm or shoulder on occasion: i have none of that now and go to sleep without loneliness, awaken without pretending someone is there to say good morning. it's great! having those feelings that can never reach their consummation because she doesn't really notice you she likes someone younger, taller, lighter, richer, more aggressive, confident, whatever the list is -- is really frustrating and a drag. the last woman i had these feelings for, in fact i wrote a song for her about a year ago, our ultimate intimacy was when she gave me a hug and a kiss on the cheek because i had some organic produce that had been mistakenly shipped to me and i couldn't sell it so i was giving it away. i was expecting the little hug, but the kiss was completely surprising. i knew i had reached the ultimate with her. but that small kiss which will have to last me a lifetime was more for me then i'm sure some of those one-night flings she had when she lived next door to me were to those guys. funny how the world works. now, she lives on the other side of the island, and it might as well be the other side of the world. i am free! 11-13-2008 never really thought of myself as an "expert" in the realms of visionary sound arts, but more as an "aficionado," an informed enthusiast who expresses himself by playing the music on the radio, in live dance or ambient room situations, and by writing about it on an humbly small website which is really a free homestead on some ginormous server somewhere. i am, however, always gratified and thankful when i receive any recognition. the special cyberfriendships that i have with various VSA artists due to my developing the VSA Interface are very special relationships in my rather circumspect and solitary existence here in the desert tropical regions of paradise island. with that said, i want to *trumpet* my enthusiasm about what a book and a cd of music can do for you. here it is: acquire the following two items and synergize them: a) the book, "The Most Direct Means To Eternal Bliss" by Michael Langford (Freedom of Religion Press, 2008) you can download this for free at Click here for on-line text http://www.albigen.com/uarelove/most_rapid/contents.aspx or you can buy it (i highly recommend that you end up with an ACTUAL BOOK IN YOUR HANDS.) click here for Amazon website entry b) acquire the double CD, "Shakti Silence," by Kip Mazuy from the Bliss Music website: Click here to view Shakti Silence webpage if you balk at the price of the cd, consider that you are not just paying for "music," but for a meditative device that will help you live a happier life. compared to therapists, analysts, chiropractors and the like, this is not expensive. the book is quite inexpensive and just might be the most important book that you have ever read.
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