Spiritual Poetry Is A Very Emotional Experience as Artwizz Takes You, The Listeners, On A Deeper Journey Into His Heart. Spiritual Poetry Is The Second Chapter Of Artwizz's "The Gathering" & The Emotion & Imagery That He Creates Throughout The CD Is Incredible. All The Instrumentals Are Produced By Artwizz. Every Song Was Mixed Down By Artwizz, In Fact Nearly Everything Was Done By Artwizz Including The CD Covers. The CD Contains Seven Emotional & Hard Hitting Songs That Literally Force The Listener To Stop And Think. In Addition To This, The Topics Within This CD Vary From Dysfunctional Emotions To Child Abuse Etc. The CD In General Is Very Inspiring Because Artwizz Talks About True Stories And Real Events That He's Personally Experienced. That Alone Takes A Lot Of Courage. If You Decide To Listen To Spiritual Poetry Then Give Yourself Some Genuine Time To Listen To It So That You Can Really Experience What Spiritual Poetry Is All About! " One Of The Main Reasons I Had To Make Spiritual Poetry Is Because I Felt That There Was So Much Emotion Inside Of Me That Just Had To Come Out. A Good Friend Had Told Me That I Would Never Be Able To Make A Better CD Than "The Artist Who Had No Paint(2009)", But Now When I Look At Spiritual Poetry It Gives Me The Confirmation That I Finally Proved Him Wrong, And I Think That's Bless...."
The Bio of Brian Routh from SoundCloud:
I have been a performance artist since 1971 performing as one of the Kipper Kids until 2003.
I have also worked as a solo performance artist collaborating and appearing with Karen Finley, Henry Rollins, Public Image, Genesis P. Orridge, Sex Pistols, Joanna Went, Eric Bogosian, Anne Bean, Bow Gamelan, Lol Coxhill, Paul Burwell, Evan Parker, Derek Bailey and Ian Hinchcliffe among others.
I currently live in Leicester in the UK and make soundworks and movies.
My digital movies have been presented at the Royal Academy in London-vimeo.com/brianrouth and my sound works on BBC radio and at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles.
The Kipper Kids have been involved in writing and starring in three projects for HBO and Cinemax and appeared in a number of movies.
Recently I have collaborated with digital artist Patricia Routh on soundtracks for Patricia's animations and video works-vimeo.com/channels/wells
I am also working on my soundscapes for my poetry and songs plus instrumental music and sound-works that incorporate vocal soundbites of world leaders, politicians, madmen, poets, rebels, murderers and others. As well as soundtracks for my own low budget movies and musical video poems.
It's nothing but the ladies in this episode. You will hear such greats as Paradyme, Jamie Bond, Janet Dawson, Nikki G, Betzy Hughes, Tammy Morris and more. This is an episode that you will surely enjoy.
The cover is that from the book "The Awkward Butterfly" by the great Monica Renata, which includes some of the most wonderful poetry that will surely touch you. More of her works, and links to the book can be found at www.monicarenata.com
It's time to get your dancing shoes on, as this episode is full of great remixes that will surely get you off of your seat and dancing all over, Their is some poetry and spoken word included, but you will be pumping up the volume on this one...
UniverSouLove a.k.a. Christopher D. Sims is a seasoned poet, spoken word artist, and political organizer and activist. Writing since the age of nine, UniverSouLove has performed with rap and poetry groups since elementary school. He's a prolific rhymer and a sociopolitical poet, compared to the likes of Common, Gil Scott-Heron, and Saul Williams. Dedicated to performing, UniverSouLove has rocked stages in Chicago, IL, Memphis, TN, Washington, DC, New York City, and Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He's a new member of the Mosaic Global Performance, LLC roster. By request, UniverSouLove is available for spoken word and open mic features and appearances.