This week, we'll look at the need to move beyond our troubled pasts and embrace hope for the future. Each of these tracks evokes a specific moment particular to American history over the past 25 years. We'll hear from Downliners Sekt, Naoned, Sans Edge, Tryad and Silence. I'm Jim Nye.
We,ll begin with Downliners Sekt with vocalist Emma Louise Yohanan from their 'Statement of Purpose' CD this is 'Weather Underground'
Find their free downloads at www.downliners-sekt.com Here is multi-culturist producer Naoned with 'Beirut West'
Check out more from this talented French producer at www.electrobel.fr/profile/612 We last heard from American musician Sans Edge back on Episode 35. This is 'Sin'
Listen for his full catalog at soundclick.com/SansEdge or www.myspace.com/sansedge Tryad's loosely-knit communal approach to music lends itself to a wide variety of styles all neatly tied together in this 'Waltz Into the Moonlight'
Look to www.tryad.org for more Belgian producer Vincent Girès creates complex, brooding music under the name Silence. Here is 'Follow me'
You'll find much more volume at www.silence-world.tk This podcast can be heard in more than 100 countries. Look for the list at myspace.com/idyllic music
Thanks for listening. I'm Jim Nye.