This week, we'll breathlessly await a world of possibilities. The future is more open, blended and diverse than it was even a generation ago. That means there is more opportunity for progress and enlightenment even in the face of entrenchment. The tide is inevitably against the forces of the status quo.
It's called progress and it's not limited to the macro. Everyone has the possibility of growth. Moving forward this week are Raja, Calender Girl, Arze Kareem, Pili Pili, Nu Shooz Orchestra, Tracing Arcs and Jah Wobble. I'm Jim Nye.
We'll begin in Hessen, Germany with Raja's remix of Calender Girl's July offering called 'Maybe'
You'll find more at www.rajamusic.de This is Arze Kareem with 'Free Kah'
That was called 'Dark Hop' by Pili Pili found at electrolbel.fr. and look for Arze Kareem at www.audiocast-productions.co.uk Here is Portland's Nu Shooz Orchestra with Valerie Day's soulful vocals on 'I Can't Wait
Check out www.nushoozmusic.com for more Here are Tracing Arcs.
That was Jah Wobble and The Nippon Dub Ensemble from the 'Japanese Dub' CD from 30Hz Records and iodapromonet and just before that Tracing Arcs with 'Deep Breath'. Find more at sites.google.com/site/tracingarcs
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