Monday, April 1, 2013

There's Power In The Flower...

This weeks edition of Oracle fell right on April Fool's Day or known in France and other Francophone areas as Poisson d'Avril...Anyhoo...I didn't want to go that route.  Based on the super chill that was in the air, I decided at Oracle I must once again try to summon the powers of Spring.  Featured in today's show are songs about flowers or songs that have that certain vibe/sound that evokes the Spring.  Any way you slice it, you're bound to have more pep in your step.  Oracle is always there to start your week off just right.  Come along on a beautiful trip with me.  Download the episode here:

Follow along with the play list below.  Have yourself a groovy week!

Oracle 131

Set 1

Fields of People-Ars Nova-S/T (1968 USA)
Love Like a Flower-Baby Woodrose-Third Eye Surgery (2012 Denmark)
Flowers of Ours-The Asteroid #4-These Flowers of Ours: A Compendium of Witchcraft & Devilry (2008 USA)
Sweet Fields of Green-McCully Workshop Inc.-S/T (1970 S. Africa)
Sally Go Round The Sun-Elephant Stone-S/T (2013 Canada)
Moj Stary Dom-No To Co-Wmurowanej Piwnicy (1969 Poland)
Wildflowers-The Holy Mackerel-S/T (1968 USA)

Set 2

I Think I'll Just Go Out And Find Me a Flower-Moorpark Intersection-Single (1967 USA)
Flowers In The Field-Chamaeleon Church-S/T (1969 USA)
Marianne-Jacks-Vacant World (1968 Japan)
Children of The Sun-The Misunderstood-Before The Dream Faded (1966 USA)
Lit Eg Born Ad Leika Ser-Trubrot-S/T (1969 Iceland)
Gemini In Golden Grove-Beaulieau Porch-S/T (2013 UK)
I'm Allergic To Flowers-Jefferson Handkerchief-Single (1967 USA)

Set 3

Green Fields & Rain-The June-Green Fields & Rain (2010 Italy)
Grass-The Essex Green-Everything Is Green (1999 USA)
Where The Flowers Don't Grow-Mellow-Perfect Colors (2004 France)
Har I Set-Fleur de Lis-S/T (1971 Denmark)
Talking To The Flowers-Rick Price-S/T (1971 UK)
Flower Bed-The Telepathic Butterflies-Introducing The Telepathic Butterflies (2002 Canada)
Take Me In Your Garden-Druid Chase-Single (1967 USA)

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