WR002: Spiritual

Episode 2 November 22, 2012 01:41:52
Witchpolice Radio
WR002: Spiritual

Hosted By

Sam Thompson

Show Notes

Episode #2's theme is "spiritual music," which, like the other themes we're going to do, is totally up to the interpretation of the show's three hosts/selectors. Since the first episode ended up being well over two hours in length, we tried to keep things a little more concise this time around, but it still wound up being over an hour and a half. If you want to hear the full version, you get two extra songs and a lot more discussion, but if you'd prefer a tight one-hour podcast, there's an edited version available as well.

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