1973 It’s 1973 on this episode of Radio Pocho and there’s Panic in Detroit. The Street Man is at the Right Place, Wrong Time. Valdez in the Country is out there with a Guaganco Te Dedico for Angie to Tell Her She’s Lovely. So Besame My Love and Stop, Look, Listen to your heart cause I Wanna Be With You.
1973 wasn’t just about Salsa Na Ma and a Primoroso Cantar. Dennis Brown might say It’s Too Late to reach Higher Ground but Watcha Gonna Do if there are Clouds in My Sunshine? Just Hang Loose and don’t be Evil. Sit back and Do the Strand cause Radio Pocho and 1973 makes it So Very Hard to Go
Tai Chi and Qi Gong Masters – Richard Farmer and Colin Snow
Richard Farmer is currently honorary President of the Tai Chi Union of Great Britain, the association of professional teachers in the UK. He has been a teacher for over 35 years and has studied with some of the leading Tai Chi teachers, but his number one teacher is the late Grand Master Chi Chiang Tao – President Taiwan Tai Chi Chuan Association and Senior Instructor. As well as the Eastern traditions he has studied with more contemporary teachers like Richard Moss, Ram Dass, Douglas Harding and Emmanuel. He also works as a healer from his home in the UK.
Colin Snow is the Founder and Teacher of the Natural Step Tai Chi School in Minneapolis.
The body mirrors the mind, and that mirror works both ways, the mind can mirror the body. So wholesome movements and shapes create a wholesome mind. We have an original shape which gets bent out of true by our fear of life and our need to survive it. When we can feel our true nature, we have a choice as to who is going to be in charge, conditioning, reactivity and family patterns, or our true nature. It all flows from there.
The Third Annual Swamp Pop Extravaganza. Six hours of Swamp Pop music, trivia and history. Your programmers for today are; Blanche from Fubar Omniverse, Johnny D from Radio Antilles, Mick and Karl from Louisiana Rhythms, Larry England from Rhythm and Grooves, and Jackson Buck from Freewheelin’