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connection confection ubuntuA powerful good week of music and movement focused on connections in the body and our connection to the world. We celebrated the life of Nelson Mandela, the man who connected people who seemed unconnectable and touch lives across the planet with his spirit of Ubuntu, “human kindness.” I am because we are.

People sent me a slew of Mandela-related links, too many to share all of them but two I thought were particularly moving:

TED Talk by Boyd Varty – What I Learned From Nelson Mandela

Touching Mandela flashmob tribute

You are not inconsequential. Your very presence on this planet means that you make a difference. The question is, what kind of difference do you want to make?

Dance on. Shine on.

Susan

Monday, December 9, 2013, 1045am ~ Connection Confection

Funeral For A Friend (Love Lies Bleeding) – 11:04 – Elton John
Always Waiting (fest. Irina Milkhailova) – 7:08 – Kaya Project
Agolo – 4:50 – Angelique Kidjo
Dance Floor (Nu Brazilia Remix) – 5:28 – The Tao Of Groove
Legend In My Living Room – 3:46 – Annie Lennox
Desert Days – 5:31 – John Kelley
Never Coming Home – 5:00 – Sting
Nelson Mandela – 4:11 – The Specials
Sacred Love – 6:03 – Sting
Calling You – 5:22 – Jevetta Steel
Prayer Of St. Francis – 2:02 – Sarah McLachlan

Tuesday, December 10, 2013, 9am ~ Connection Confection

Big Sky – 4:04 – Annie Lennox
Down To Earth – 5:59 – Peter Gabriel
The Fire From Within – 4:12 – Tryptamoon
Water Down the Ganges – 7:10 – Prem Joshua & Manish
Freedom – 2:50 – Tyrone Wells
Nothing But The Water (II) – 5:19 – Grace Potter & The Nocturnals
I’m Alive (Life Sounds Like) – 3:52 – Michael Franti
Nelson Mandela – 4:11 – The Specials
Dust in the Wind – 3:30 – Daughter Darling
Feel It All – Band Jam – 3:50 – KT Tunstall
We’re All Connected – 3:59 – Allen Toussaint
Wake Up Everybody – 3:35 – John Legend & The Roots
Jai Radha Madhav – 6:27 – Deva Premal

Wednesday, December 11, 2013, 1055am ~ Connection Confection

Altus Silva – 6:07 – Big Blue Ball featuring Joseph Arthur, Ronan Browne, Deep Forest, James McNally, Iarla Ó Lionáird, Vernon Reid
Whole Thing – 5:27 – Big Blue Ball featuring Francis Bebey, Alex Faku, Tim Finn, Peter Gabriel, Karl Wallinger, Andy White
Habibe – 7:12 – Big Blue Ball featuring Natacha Atlas, Hossam Ramzy, Neil Sparkes, The Hossam Ramzy Egyptian Ensemble (Adel Eskander, Wael Abu Bakr, Momtaz Talaat
Shadow – 4:28 – Big Blue Ball featuring Juan Cañizares, Papa Wemba
Ali Click – Trance Mix – 7:29 – Brian Eno
Fallin’ High – 6:00 – Safri Duo
Unwritten – 4:19 – Natasha
Amaté Adea – 5:23 – Adiemus/London Philharmonic/Miriam Stockley
Hallelujah (feat. Charlie Sexton) – 4:16 – Justin Timberlake & Matt Morris
La Brise – 4:51 – La Brise

Thursday, December 12, 2013, 9am ~ Connection Confection

Funeral For A Friend (Love Lies Bleeding) – 11:04 – Elton John
Hero Dead And Gone (Discotheque Mix) – 4:55 – De-Phazz
Qalanderi – 6:55 – Cheb I Sabbah
Dance Floor (Nu Brazilia Remix) – 5:28 – The Tao Of Groove
Legend In My Living Room – 3:46 – Annie Lennox
Desert Days – 5:31 – John Kelley
Never Coming Home – 5:00 – Sting
Nelson Mandela – 4:11 – The Specials
Sacred Love – 6:03 – Sting
City Knows Your Name – 4:59 – Chris Coco
Prayer Of St. Francis – 2:02 – Sarah McLachlan

Friday, December 13, 2013, 9am ~ Connection Confection

Altus Silva – 6:07 – Big Blue Ball featuring Joseph Arthur, Ronan Browne, Deep Forest, James McNally, Iarla Ó Lionáird, Vernon Reid
Down To Earth – 5:59 – Peter Gabriel
The Fire From Within – 4:12 – Tryptamoon
Shadow – 4:28 – Big Blue Ball featuring Juan Cañizares, Papa Wemba
Freedom – 2:50 – Tyrone Wells
Ali Click – Trance Mix – 7:29 – Brian Eno
Fallin’ High – 6:00 – Safri Duo
Unwritten – 4:19 – Natasha Bedingfield
Dust in the Wind – 3:30 – Daughter Darling
Amaté Adea – 5:23 – Adiemus/London Philharmonic/Miriam Stockley
Hallelujah (feat. Charlie Sexton) – 4:16 – Justin Timberlake & Matt Morris
La Brise – 4:51 – La Brise

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As a kid, whenever I got a new album (yes, one of those big, black plastic things), I would put it on my parents’ record player, turn it up, and lie on the living room rug to read every lyric and every liner note on the album cover. Double-extra-bonus excitement if there was stuff on the dust sleeve or – be still my heart – and extra booklet!  I loved knowing every single word and even better, the story behind the music.

So after a week of playing with the Airborne routine, here are my liner notes.

Dance on. Shine on.
Susan

Airborne ~ Liner Notes

Big Sky – 4:04 – Annie Lennox

Annie Lennox’s voice is like power and tenderness wrapped in a passionate package. All the lyrics of this song are beautiful and evocative, but in particular:
I slipped through
The vortex of the sky
Darkness and light
Is what’s inside

Listen for my favorite part — her “woo” as if she is catching her breath.

Down To Earth – 5:59 – Peter Gabriel

As some of you know (since I mention it pretty much every time I use his music in class), I’m a big Peter Gabriel fan and he is my pretend boyfriend (of which I have several – turns out I’m a pretend shameless hussy). I have loved this song since I heard it in the movie Wall-E. I’ve been looking for a way to use it in Nia for a while and this feels like the right fit. With its theme of environmentalism and grounded, waltzing beat, it’s a song that reminds me of the preciousness of life on the planet:
We’re coming down
Comin’ down to earth
Like babies at birth
Comin’ down to earth
Redefine your priorities
These are extraordinary qualities

The Fire From Within – 4:12 – Tryptamoon

This song’s waves of giggles and reminders to breathe (in French and English) combines with waves of sound to ride and play on.

Water Down the Ganges – 7:10 – Prem Joshua & Manish Vyas

The simple yet rich and layered patterns in this meditative, Eastern-influenced music invite variations on simple movement themes.

Freedom – 2:50 – Tyrone Wells

I first heard this song when I ran into Kroger to pick something up one morning. It stopped me in the aisle and I scribbled the lyrics that I could catch on my grocery list. I tracked down the song as soon as I got home and had it choreographed by lunch.

Nothing But The Water (II) – 5:19 – Grace Potter & The Nocturnals

A friend turned me on to the passionate music of Grace Potter a couple of years ago. I love this song’s rocking spiritual feel and have done my best to reflect it in the choreography with swinging movements through the three planes…plus some rock solid balancing.

I’m Alive (Life Sounds Like) – 3:52 – Michael Franti

Ultimately, the practice of Nia is about aliveness. Michael Franti’s whistling, “whoa” song celebrates life in all its complexity. This song is a joy-fest as far as I’m concerned. And if you haven’t seen the fan mashup video, well sit yourself down and enjoy…and be sure to watch it to the very, very end.

Sunchyme – 3:54 – Dario G.

Dario G was an English dance and trance group in the late 90s and this song is based on a sample from The Dream Academy’s Life in a Northern Town. I can’t resist music that makes me want to dance and sing!

Breathe – 4:17 – Telepopmusik

This song is full of delicious sounds from the slightly muffled, scratchy-phonograph vocal to the rhythmic snip-snaps to the bouncy, electric bubbles. Perfect for playing with the meditation of music and movement. And, hey!, the lyrics are right in line with the focus:
Another day
But there’s nothing to do but believe
Just believe
Just breathe

Dust in the Wind – 3:30 – Daughter Darling

In 1977 I was in 8th grade and my English teacher used the lyrics of Kansas’ Dust in the Wind to illustrate poetry of mortality and the inevitability of death. I was already a lyric lover (as mentioned above), but having a teacher recognize the poetry in the music I listened to, as well as the realization of the weightiness of the song stuck with me. Twenty-five years later, Daughter Darling covered my beloved junior high ballad beautifully. The wistful but urgent vocals and the melancholy strings feel like wind.

Feel It All – Band Jam – 3:50 – KT Tunstall

There are so many things I love about this song from KT Tunstall’s latest album. The imagery of nature — seeds and rain, branches and snow, birds and eagles – align with the elemental focus of the routine. This is the “band jam” version of the song which reminds me that even though Tunstall makes great music when she’s alone with her looping machine, there is richness when music is made together. But most importantly, the chorus reflects one of the foundations of mindful practice: we are here to feel it all.

Child Come Home – 3:29 – Jamie Catto

Jamie Catto is my hero and mentor. On the front edge of my sabbatical last year, Jamie talked me down from the ledge and invited me to explore new ways of making art in the world. This song is an unpublished — one that he sent me after our conversation. I am grateful to him for the personal connection he made with me and for the art he offers us all.

Jai Radha Madhav – 6:27 – Deva Premal

Deva Premal’s beautiful version of the Jai Radha Madhav mantra transcends language. Even if we don’t understand the Sanskrit she sings, we understand the message: love is space.

easy 7 easy buttonI’ve noticed this week how often I hear (from myself and others) the words “easy” and “hard.” The more I think about it, the more meaningless those words feel. It’s all relative.

Focusing instead on what is the the edge between challenge and healing, on the other hand, offers a rich practice that can be applied to any activity or situation. That’s where I want to dance.

We did a soft launch of my new routine, Airborne, this week. Allowing the new music and movements be a playground for the challenge/healing balance. Next week, we’ll dive full-on into the new routine and see what else there is to play with!  Below is the playlist ~ more on it next week.

Part of what makes our mindful movement practice powerful is how it spills out of the studio and supports us in our lives. This week, two Nia Stories about just that: one from Pat Taylor on how her Nia practice informs her study to become a massage therapist and one from Madeline Holly-Sales about how Nia affects her musical performance. Thanks to them both for sharing part of their practice. It is a gift to us all.  Enjoy their stories, be inspired, and by all means, share your own (email it to me at sjmnia@gmail.com)!

Dance on. Shine on.
Xo
Susan

Challenge & Healing ~ Monday, October 14, 2013, 1045am
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Challenge & Healing ~ Wednesday, October 16, 2013, 1055am
Challenge & Healing ~ Thursday, October 17, 2013, 9am

Big Sky – 4:04 – Annie Lennox
Down To Earth – 5:59 – Peter Gabriel
The Fire From Within – 4:12 – Tryptamoon
Water Down the Ganges – 7:10 – Prem Joshua
Freedom – 2:50 – Tyrone Wells
Nothing But The Water (II) – 5:19 – Grace Potter & The Nocturnals
I’m Alive (Life Sounds Like) – 3:52 – Michael Franti
Sunchyme – 3:54 – Dario G.
Breathe – 4:17 – Telepopmusik
Dust in the Wind – 3:30 – Daughter Darling
Feel It All – Band Jam – 3:50 – KT Tunstall
Child Come Home – 3:29 – Jamie Catto
Jai Radha Madhav – 6:27 – Deva Premal

why art the earth without artIt feels like fall blew into town this week. As we head into the holidays and winter, I look forward to the adventure of living life as an artist! In the coming months, we will be exploring the intersection between Nia and Living Life As An Artist (fondly called LLAAA! ~ like singing!) in a variety of ways and from a variety of perspectives. Why live life this way? What is the purpose? And how do we do it?

This week, we focused on paying attention and going below the surface to really notice what is happening within us and around us. As inspiration, we used Mary Oliver’s poem:

Instructions for living a life.
Pay attention.
Be astonished.
Tell about it.

If you are, like me, a fan of Mary Oliver, there was a New York Times article on her and her new book (about dogs!) this week.

This week I also invited people to pay attention, be astonished and then tell us about it … and a few people did:

A photograph from Jennifer Myer of something that astonished her:

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And a picture of me, astonished by my autumn hair:

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And a poem from the Nia Charlottesville Poet Laureate:

While dancing daisies sway with grace and ease
my breathless limbs dangle helplessly.
A floating chicken, I’ve been hypnotized.
Sore legs become astonishly paralyzed.
Purple is not the color I imagined my anxiety to be.
Yet as I glance around, it surrounds me.
I try to swim through its richness
but I drown in its depth.
Spontaneous laughter carries me to shore.
Pick up your feet.
Move.
Don’t float away.
Accomplish something.
And I can’t help but wander.
I wonder if this is what you’ll say?
Dipp-ity-do, I am something.
I’m no longer a mute.
I’m a car, jacking it up, to the rock-n-roll flute.
I bet you never thought strange and unusual could be so fluid, so new.
I realize now, how hard it must have been for you,
but I also now know with certainty
the lie, that lie, deep within your true.
It. Is. Easy. To. Love.
I forgive you, and let you go.
I am something.
I am an artist.
And that is something,
It’s time.
It’s time for you to know.

How astonishing is that? Please continue to share what astonishes you…we all benefit from your vision!

The world needs more artists to help us see more clearly and with fresh eyes. In the six months leading up to the Life As An Artist retreat ~ March 28-30, 2014 ~ Rebecca and I will offer creative play and exploration for you to flex your artist muscles! Registration for the retreat is in full swing now and you can get the lowest price by registering with a friend by January 2!

Here’s the music from the week.

Dance on. Shine on.
Xo
Susan

Why Art? ~ Monday, October 7, 2013, 1045am

Helpless 4:15 K.D. Lang
Kissing 6:05 Bliss
The Fire From Within 4:12 Tryptamoon
Water Down the Ganges 7:10 Prem Joshua
Nostalgia Worship 6:46 Bassnectar
Open Sesame (G’s Talking Drum Mix) 6:10 Crosstown Traffic
Shakin’ It Up 6:15 Ganga Girl
Magalenha 3:39 Sergio Mendes
I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free 4:09 Derek Trucks Band
Slip Into Something More Comfortable 4:48 Kinobe
Once Upon The Sea Of Blissful Awareness 7:31 Shpongle

Why Art? ~ Tuesday, October 8, 2013, 9am

Healing Senses 8:27 Parijat
Mulatica Mia (Cuba Remix) 5:32 The Tao Of Groove
Palais Mascotte 5:47 Patrick Duvoisin
No Quiero Nada Mas 4:46 Sancti Spiritus
Water Down the Ganges 7:10 Prem Joshua
Keep On Searching 5:08 Kraak & Smaak
It’s Alright 3:28 Dar Williams
Up In Indiana 4:36 Lyle Lovett
Electrolodge 6:29 Trouble Makers
Kissing (Instrumental) 6:14 Bliss
Horizon 4:00 Garth Stevenson

Why Art? ~ Wednesday, October 9, 2013, 1055am

Altus Silva 6:07 Big Blue Ball featuring Joseph Arthur, Ronan Browne, Deep Forest, James McNally, Iarla Ó Lionáird, Vernon Reid
Whole Thing 5:27 Big Blue Ball featuring Francis Bebey, Alex Faku, Tim Finn, Peter Gabriel, Karl Wallinger, Andy White
Water Down the Ganges 7:10 Prem Joshua
Shadow 4:28 Big Blue Ball featuring Juan Cañizares, Papa Wemba
Exit Through You 5:52 Big Blue Ball featuring Joseph Arthur, Peter Gabriel, Karl Wallinger
Everything Comes From You 4:42 Big Blue Ball featuring Richard Evans, Joji Hirota, Sevara Nazarkhan, Sinéad O’Connor, Guo Yue
Burn You Up Burn You Down 4:31 Big Blue Ball featuring Billy Cobham, Peter Gabriel, The Holmes Brothers, Wendy Melvoin, Arona N’diaye, Jah Wobble Big Blue Ball 9.3 19
Khalgi Stomp (Thievery Corporation Mix) 3:55 Transglobal
Dust in the Wind 3:30 Daughter Darling
Rivers 5:45 Big Blue Ball featuring Vernon Reid, Márta Sebestyén, Karl Wallinger
Plegaria Para el Alma de Layla 3:20 Pedro Aznar

Why Art? ~ Thursday, October 10, 2013, 9am

Damascus 2:03 Conjure One Feat. Chemda
Center Of The Sun 5:01 Conjure One Feat. Poe
Tears From The Moon 4:18 Conjure One Feat. Sinéad O’ Connor
Smokey Quartz 6:59 Shakatura
Water Down the Ganges 7:10 Prem Joshua
Freedom 2:50 Tyrone Wells
I’m Alive (Life Sounds Like) 3:52 Michael Franti
Mothership 3:14 Kid Beyond
Instant Karma 3:14 U2
The Sound of Sunshine 3:44 Michael Franti & Spearhead
Electrolodge 6:29 Trouble Makers
All We Are 3:37 Matt Nathanson
Golden Slumbers/The End 4:16 K.D. Lang

Maya-Angelou quote 1Hokey Dinah, I love to sub for Anne on Saturday mornings! I’ve been looking forward to it all week. We focused on remembering that the body is our oldest friend, our most steadfast companion, and our wisest ally. Inherently, the body is always doing its best for us, always doing its best to heal and be well — no matter what we feed it, how we move it, or how we talk to and about it. Even so, it is easy to feel frustrated, angry, or even betrayed by its illness, injury, or appearance. In this morning’s practice we spent our time listening to sensation and responding as we would to an old, beloved friend.

Do I have to say it? Okay, I will. It rocked. It was sweaty, dancing, wiggling, singing, serious fun. Thanks to all, and particularly to my old friend Victoria who drove a long way to reconnect after a long time (you are a gem) and to Anne for giving me the chance to come and play today (you are a gem, too!).

Do join us at the retreat that Rebecca George and I are leading March 28-30, 2014 – Life As An Artist. Whoever you are, whatever your relationship is to making art, this will be a fun, restorative, and possibly transformational weekend. Now’s a great time to register. Or any time before October 10, actually. Which is soon. So check it out here.

Below is the playlist from class. Go buy some music today. Or dig up some old 70s tunes and put them on your iPod. Then dance in your kitchen. Hello, old friend.

Have fun. Dance on.
Love,
Susan

P.S. I understand from a reader of this blog that there are sometimes ads that appear at the bottom of my postings. Sometimes ads that are not, how shall I say, in complete alignment with my message. As the writer of the blog, interestingly, they never show me said ads. So tell me, dear readers, are they a bother? Should I look into strategies for ridding Focus Pocus of them? Do tell.

Hello Old Friend ~ Saturday, September 28, 2013, 9am

Big Sky – 4:04 – Annie Lennox
Down To Earth – 5:59 – Peter Gabriel
The Fire From Within – 4:12 – Tryptamoon
Freedom – 2:50 – Tyrone Wells
Walk Into The Sun – 5:21 – Dirty Vegas
I’m Alive (Life Sounds Like) – 3:52 – Michael Franti
Exit Through You – 5:52 – Big Blue Ball featuring Joseph Arthur, Peter Gabriel, Karl Wallinger
Long Train Running (Groovy Dooby Mix) – 5:07 – DJ’s Brothers
One Billion Hands – 4:05 – Lourds Lane
The River – 5:31 – Suzanne Sterling
Hello Old Friend – 3:43 – Kim Richey
Phenomenal Woman – 4:24 – Ruthie Foster
Plegaria Para el Alma de Layla – 3:20 – Pedro Aznar

1000 ways yoga on beachGood golly, it felt good to dance this morning. After a week of planes and cars and more sitting than should be legal, and lots of cheese and white bread and beer, every cell of my body rejoiced at moving together!

And now it’s September and lots of exciting things are happening:
– Nia Jams Return! Adrienne, Kate and I will be teaching the first in our new quarterly Jams on Friday, September 20, 530-645pm at ACAC Downtown in the big Group Ex Studio! Mark your calendar!
– I get the rare (and lovely) chance to teach on a Saturday: September 28 at 9am Downtown!
– And next week, we’ll announce all the details for the upcoming retreat, March 28-30, 2014! Check out the Supah Early Bird special if you register early! Stay tuned…

Here is the music from class this morning.
Dance on,
Susan

1000 Ways ~ Thursday, Sept 5, 2013, 9am

Kecharitomene – 6:35 – Loreena McKennitt
Hero Dead And Gone (Discotheque Mix) – 4:55 – De-Phazz
Freedom – 6:31 – George Michael
Freedom – 2:50 – Tyrone Wells
Shadowman – 6:36 – Afro Celt Sound System
Break The Chain – 4:32 – Tena Clark
It’s Alright – 3:28 – Dar Williams
Gonna Be [Ben Human Remix] – 4:10 – Mo’ Horizons
Exilio (Rewound by Thievery Corp.) – 5:40 – Thievery Corporation
Life Less Ordinary – 3:35 – Carbon Leaf
Colour In My Name (Featuring Precise) – 6:08 – Spiral System
Inlakesh – 3:58 – Lou Rhodes
Watermark – 2:26 – Enya

comparison AA sayingThe Joy of Contrast. I think we’re really onto something, friends. Imagine how different the world would be if instead of putting a ton of energy into measuring up and artificially keeping score, that we were just amazed and excited by how awesome each of us is? When I looked around in classes this week, that’s what I saw and, well, did I mention that I love my job?

Below are the playlists from classes this week. I’m working on a new routine called Airborne and some of this week’s selections are from that. Perhaps more next week before my last summer trip to a Minnesota family wedding (dance floors need to be burned up in the Midwest as well as the Mid Atlantic!). I’ll be away August 29 – September 4 and of course, the super ACAC Nia team has them all covered!

Have fun. Dance on.
Xo
Susan

The Joy of Contrast ~ Monday, August 19, 2013, 1045am

Damascus – 2:03 – Conjure One Feat. Chemda
Down To Earth – 5:59 – Peter Gabriel
I Shall Be Free – 6:13 – Kid Beyond
Quero Saber (fest. Orieta Pines) – 6:29 – Rodney Hunter
Compared To What – 5:56 – Candy Dulfer
Freedom – 2:50 – Tyrone Wells
Praise You – 5:22 – Fatboy Slim
I’m Alive (Life Sounds Like) – 3:52 – Michael Franti
Sunchyme – 3:54 – Dario G.
Amazing – 4:34 – One Eskimo
Billie Jean (Live) – 4:09 – The Civil Wars
Oracle – 5:29 – Maneesh De Moor

The Joy of Contrast ~ Tuesday, August 20, 2013, 9am

Wonderwall – 4:09 – Ryan Adams
Down To Earth – 5:59 – Peter Gabriel
Lovers House – 4:49 – City Reverb
Compared To What – 5:56 – Candy Dulfer
Freedom – 2:50 – Tyrone Wells
More Than This – 4:07 – 10,000 Maniacs
Sometimes – 5:14 – Kaskade
Deeper (Into Places) (Silk Spinner Mix) – 6:23 – Afterlife
I’m Alive (Life Sounds Like) – 3:52 – Michael Franti
Knock On Wood – 4:13 – Safri Duo
Sweet Child o’ Mine (Rick Rubin…) – 3:56 – Sheryl Crow
Skyfall – 4:47 – Adele
The Boy In The Bubble – 4:30 – Peter Gabriel

The Joy of Contrast ~ Wednesday, August 21, 2013, 1055am

Big Sky – 4:04 – Annie Lennox
touching the void – 9:08 – Banco de Gaia
forever changes – 5:34 – ZKT
Ma’ Africa – 4:49 – 1 Giant Leap: Mahotella Queens/Ulali
Nothing But The Water (II) – 5:19 – Grace Potter & The Nocturnals
One Week – 2:49 – Barenaked Ladies
I’m Alive (Life Sounds Like) – 3:52 – Michael Franti
Night Over Manaus – 5:49 Boozoo Bajou
Sure Thing – 6:03 – St. Germain
The Sea – 5:08 – Morcheeba
Early Till Late – 4:47 – Cantoma

The Joy of Contrast ~ Thursday, August 22, 2013, 9am

Shake It Loose – 3:33 – Dolphin Boy
Down To Earth – 5:59 – Peter Gabriel
Stop For A Minute (feat. K’naan) – 4:07 – Keane
Takshaka – 10:42 – Makayo
Drumming Up a Storm – 5:59 – Bob Holroyd
Played A Live – 6:46 – Safri Duo
I’m Alive (Life Sounds Like) – 3:52 – Michael Franti
Artichoke Funk – 5:56 – Zeb
Nothing But The Water (II) – 5:19 – Grace Potter & The Nocturnals
Lavender Hill – 4:33 – Lex van Someren
Ascension – 4:52 – Lex van Someren

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