- Communal Shruti improvisation
- We Shall Come Together Singing (Maggie Wheeler)
- Don’t numb to this (Abigail Bengson)
- Love from the Inside Out (Moon Clemetson)
- The Cure for the Pain (text inspired by Rumi; tune: Yam)
- Spirit of Peace (Words: Rev. Otto Zing & Neil Douglas Klotz/Music: traditional)
- Bridging Hearts (Lisa Littlebird)
- Heenay, Heenay, matov, matov (Words from psalm 133; tune: Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shalomi; movements by Tasnim Hermila Fernandez)
- In Hope, In Prayer (Batya Levine)
* Not recorded.
Thank you to the crew who sang with us! The right people were there, tenderness, grit, and support were shared. Community was tended. This is part of the dream Liz and Conie are working towards!
It takes more than desire to keep this BIPOC song circle going. Your contributions, energetic, trades, and financial, are welcome and needed! If you missed the big blue-green tip jar in the dark (lol), contributions can be sent through Paypal or Venmo or a check can be mailed to P.O. Box 11791, St. Paul, MN 55111.
The next Songs in Our Bodies On this Land will be Friday, December 1, again at the Beautiful Studio in the Dow Building on University Ave in St. Paul. You can park in the lot behind the building or on the street. Enter the building on Hampden.
Keep singing and stay warm, hydrated and creative!
Love, Liz and Conie, a.k.a. Good Trouble