The van dwelling minstrel, Lipbone Redding, spends a lot of time with himself, and has a deep archive of recorded stories, and music.
Join him on a worldwide adventure, into the heart of happiness.
Lipbone records and shares music, stories, thoughts, and commentary on love, humanity and the meaning of life. He asks friends and strangers to “tell a story” and documents the sounds of his own life.
In this episode, rumors are flying about the Corona virus outbreak here in Mexico. Should I stay or should I go?
I am digging deep into the demo pile and pulling out things I never thought anyone would listen to. Turns out they're not that bad.
"West African Boogaloo" by Lipbone Redding
"Walk Around This Town" by Lipbone Redding
Also, a story by the perennial hatmaker / hippy philosopher, Guy Samuel.
In this episode, I've taken up temporary residence in a safe and tranquil space in the swamps of Florida, surrounded by frogs, birds, crickets and other wildlife. Songs and talk of the end of history and the beginning of something new.
"NYC SHINES" - Lipbone Redding
"Sacred Ground" - Lipbone Redding, Mashti
"Tuscarora PowWow song"
"Chandra" - Lipbone Redding
"B Pa Flute" - Pranavam Das
"Never Forsake U" - Lipbone Redding
"King Of Lemonade" - Lipbone Redding
"Put The Speaker In The Window" - Lipbone Redding
In this episode:
- Heather Hatter reads a message from White Eagle, Hopi indigenous leader
- Sherwin Harris tells us the story of meeting Owen Lee
- Swami Srinivasananda gives an account of his friend and teacher, Swami Vishnudevananda as he flouts international law and flies his colorful Piper Apache plane across the Suez Canal on the eve of war.
Dreams, weird experiences and beauty blend together to make "real life" and sometimes its hard to tell dream stories from waking reality. Don't fight too hard to tell the difference. Relax and travel with this week's episode: "The Windchime."
Stories by Anela Lauren, Karen Grossman, Kevin WIlson, and Erica Schaefer
Original Recordings and Music by Lipbone Redding
Whalesong courtesy of Watkins Marine Mammal Sound Database, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Special Thanks to Saint Anne's Chapel at Oak Grove
All Sounds recorded on location in India Violin by Dr. V. Balaji
Additional music by Lipbone Redding Mixed and Produced in The Beautiful Flying Machine
“Whistling on a train to Varanasi” - unknown gentleman on a late night train
Anna Fischer - “Varanasi”
“Lost and Found Again” - Dr. V. Balaji & Lipbone Redding
Anna Fischer - “A Close Call”
“Sita Ram - Sunset on a Bicycle” - Temple Singers
“Water In The Dust” - Written and read by Lipbone Redding
Violin by Dr. V. Balaji
Anna Fischer - “Himalayan Chai”
Flute by Lipbone Redding
“Third Class Sleeper, Indian Night” - Written and read by Lipbone Redding
Additional Vocals - Dr. V. Balaji
Anna Fischer - “I’m Right Here”
to my dear friend Anna for taking the time to WhatsApp me these stories.
Extra Special Thanks: to Dr. V. Balaji and Family for taking me in and treating me like a long lost relative… and for teaching me that music is a privilege and a sacred obligation.
Om Aim Saraswatyai Namah!
In this episode: A hash smuggler's tales of a Syrian prison, 8th Century Chinese Poetry, and Life advice from a sentient tree-being.
“Syria” - Harrison
“Far Up The River ” by Tu Fu (8th Century, Chinese translated by Kenneth Rexroth) - read by Anita Lorraine Moore
“Will We Remember?” - Anita Lorraine Moore
“Tree Hugger” - Lipbone Redding
Air Traffic Control log tapes
“Hashish” - Harrison
“Night In The House By The River” - by Tu Fu (8th Century, Chinese translated by Kenneth Rexroth)- read by Anita Lorraine Moore,
“Officer’s Family” - Harrison
“Clear Evening After Rain” by Tu Fu (8th Century, Chinese translated by Kenneth Rexroth) - read by Anita Lorraine Moore
“Crater Lake Cantata” by Lipbone Redding - performed by Beyond The See (Sam Shin - Cello, Anela Lauren - Harp, Lipbone Redding - Guitar)
All music by Lipbone Redding © CitizenOneMusic, 2020 All Rights Reserved
Stories of The East Village, Visitation from a cosmic entity, Lovesphere, The Music, and more with Songwriter, Curator, Philosopher, Artist, and Visionary, Gary Heidt.
I have known Gary since the 90's when we lived in New York's vibrant East Village. At that time, art and music grew wild in the streets. artists and musicians lived and worked in abandoned schools and apartment buildings, CBGBs was still a center of revolutionary music and the spirit of punk, jazz and "The Music" took on many strange forms.
1. “In A Loving Way” - by Gary Heidt
2. “Onions, Pt. 6” - Mammals Of Zod
3. “Sweet Sweet Soul” - Gary Heidt / Mammals Of Zod
4. “Herzweill N. Love” - Mammals Of Zod
5. “Onions, Pt. 1” - Mammals Of Zod
6. “(Roughly Equal Quantities of) Rock And Roll” - Mammals Of Zod
7. “That’s What Love Is For” - Gary Heidt / Mammals Of Zod
Daniel Carter - https://www.discogs.com/artist/63476-Daniel-Carter
Ornette Coleman -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DNbD1JIH344
Cecil Taylor - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EstPgi4eMe4
Frontline - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w1PBPOrwTQc
Sun Ra - https://youtu.be/Z8nppTSY-Rs?t=35