A Different Reality

A Different Reality is an entertaining and
thought-provoking audio zine to promote a sustainable civilization.

#508... The Next Wave
Released December 3, 2005
Duration: 32:02
Broadband, 44 MB Dial-up, 5.5 MB
Train Station Mural
A portion of the mural in the waiting area of the New Orleans train station.
The Next Wave
Our last show was a reaction to the immediate aftermath of Katrina and the abandonment of the people of New Orleans. In this program we reflect on the horrific and heroic things that have happened since. We'll talk about things that everyday people are doing to take care of each other, the variety of ways we can each take part in the recovery, and the competing visions that are out there for rebuilding and resettling the Gulf coast region.

And shouldn't this parade of hurricanes be enough to motivate our leaders to do something serious about global warming? We'll talk a bit about where they're at with that.

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Music played on A Different Reality - The Next Wave....
Name Artist Album
Mr. Mann Wynton Marsalis Reeltime
Sutrix Talvin Singh Ok
Unclean Waters Dirty Dozen Brass Band This Is The Dirty Dozen Brass Band Collection
Old Sugar Bear Bill Frisell Unspeakable
Sacred Ground Neville Brothers Mitakuye Oyasin Oyasin (All My Relations)
The Emperor (DJ Cam Featuring Erik Truffaz) Eric Truffaz Blue Note Revisited
(What Did I Do To Be So) Black And Blue Louis Armstrong & His All Stars This Is Jazz 23 : Louis Armstrong Sings
A Bitter Dose Bluesiana Bluesiana Hurricane
Caravan Wynton Marsalis Standard Time, Volume 1
Congo Square Cyril Neville and the Uptown Allstars The Fire This Time
Spirit Guide Lucia Hwong Goddess Awakening Vol. 1
New Orleans Emerson, Lake & Palmer Works, Vol. 2
Oscillum Cirque Du Soleil Varekai
Telling Time Nicky Skopelitis Ekstasis
Soul Drummers (Celebration Mix) Sultan32 Earth 'n' Bass - Volume One
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