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HAVE YOU GOT THE SPIRIT?
Back in the Day, back home in D.C., mid '60s to early '70s, I heard this chant. Could have been the nearby Coolidge High School band; could have been at a Howard U. Homecoming game. It could have been my Junior High School's Girl's Drill Team. I don't remember; but I love it, still!
Whatever its source it's stayed with me, and I make it a fun part of us coming together in positivity. This occasion was at Grace Presbyterian Church in Springfield, VA, just a couple of months ago, in March.
Next time we meet, let's do it together!
UPCOMING EVENTS & OFFERINGS
Yoga and Stories w/OG Yogi Sule -- Sunday, June 9, 1:30-2:30 @ One World Dance & Music Studio, 3312 N.3rd St, Phoenix, AZ 85013 (@ Osborne)
An hour of asanas, Post-African movement, breath work, and the myths behind the poses! Today is a donation-based event...provide whatever your heart tells you....
Tales of Consensual Shenanigans: Traditional Stories of Body Parts...and Some Dirty Blues, Too! June 14-16 & 21-23 @ Space 55, Phoenix
Join Súle Greg Wilson for an evening of myths, folk and fairy tales about people their "primal urges" and their "private parts".... Stories from Ghana, China, Arabia, Greece, Zuni, the Ozarks, and more. Come out and learn of the use of unguents, pears, groundnuts, bison liver, and...snow. Find out what started the Arabian Nights..... and laugh with friends, new and familiar. Space 55 is an intimate theater space in downtown Phoenix...it can't help but be good. Go to www.Space55.org for more info, and discounttickets!
One-on-One or Group Engagements with #FunkyShaman Súle Greg Wilson
What do you need: a rhythmic Soul Shake-Up? A Life Myth re-framing? A Moving Meditation session? A Harmonic Habits consultation? Let's talk, and find out. Súle can help. Ancients' Wisdom Health Services is here for you!
Súle is available for private or group sessions IN PERSON, or via Skype FaceTime. After our initial conversation, you can choose a one-hour session; a three hour workshop; or a full-day experience—for you, or for you and those you choose to share.
Ancestral Whirlwind: Percussive Music by Súle Greg Wilson - DIGITAL DOWNLOAD
In Fall of 1998, prior to flying across the Pond to spend a month in Northern Ireland on an arts residency, Súle went into the studio with family and friends to create an album that evokes the breadth and feeling of one his live, acoustic shows. Utilizing conch trumpet, udu, djembe & dunun, calabash, shekere, banjo, body, and didjeridu, in Ancestral Whirlwind we have an album that encompasses Native invocation; African songs of slavery; US story and song of the Middle Passage and Ibo's Landingl; Cuban rhythms on Ibo ceramic drums; Gospel tunes; Sea Island body percussion; even a little acoustic hip-hop, and an Aboriginal benediction.
"This music is about marriage: the spiritual joining of intent and actualization, the melding of movement and energy, the merging of the spirits of these musics' traditions, the union of Those Here with Those Beyond. We work to bring us all into that. Amen, em Hetep. Súle Greg Wilson, October, 1998"
Runaway Dream: Post African Music - DIGITAL DOWNLOAD
This collection of musical endeavors includes Old Time, Hokum, Minstrel, Shanties, Fife-&-Drum, and Blues from the U.S.; plus South African Freedom songs, Nigerian Highlife rearranged for string band; and calls for spiritual contemplation from both sides of the Atlantic. We even have a couple of originals.
We're blessed to have Dom Flemons, Mike Seeger, and Senbi Wilson as musical guests.
"This CD reflects some of what I've experienced since recording Ancestral Whirlwind in 1998--just before heading to Ireland: my girls growing up; my string band research; the Black Banjo Gathering; Sankofa Strings and the Carolina Chocolate Drops; my gigs all over the country and beyond; my growth as a storyteller--all that and more played their part in the creation of this portfolio of songs. We're so glad you stopped by! -- SGW, 2010"