This week, we'll consider the contemplative life most often associated with religious devotion. On this episode of Idyllic Music we'll focus instead on the secular. The conscious decision to notice things. The little details of life that we often skip right past. We get help from Orange Crush, Natalie Walker, Motionfield, Vitamins for You, Text Adventure and Asaguare. I'm Jim Nye.
We'll begin in Norway with Orange Crush and 'Invocation'
Look to www.myspace.com/orangecrushmusic for more From her Urban Angel CD, Natalie Walker looks more closely at a failed relationship with 'Quicksand'
Check out natalie-walker.com/ for more Here is Motionfield and 'Indian Summer'
Look for more at www.myspace.com/353722662 We last heard from Winnipeg's vitamins for you back on episode 36. Here are the 'Six O'Clock Whispers'
Hear more at www.archive.org/details/os045 Text Adventure is David Roy and Steven Scott from Glasgow. From their Fantastic Disaster EP this is 'Kill Meow'
Download Fantastic Disaster for free at www.archive.org/details/os036 We'll close with German producer B.O.Rasch recording as Asaguare. Here is 'On My Island'
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Thanks for listening. I'm Jim Nye.