Go Beyond Here

Go Beyond Here

A Spiritual Conversation with Singer-Songwriters/Composers... Show More

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July 2, 2020 43 min

Kari connects Chris with his friend Terry as well as his mother, while his aunt also makes a brief appearance, as they talk about the healing quality of his new song "I Danced the Dance" and his catalyst for it after working with friend Matthew Fisher of Procol Harum, the hopeful feeling of "This Will Be Our Year" from The Zombie's iconic 1968 album "Odessey and Oracle," being a channel for the music and...

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July 1, 2020 43 min

Kari connects GRAMMY-winning singer-songwriter Pam with her mother, as they talk about her new song "Looking for a Feeling," knowing when something is a  "yes" from the universe, how she gets through life's wilderness moments, what she hears in her mind, especially after driving past the billlboard with her dad Mel on it, channeling songs from her Higher Self, like birthday songs, having boundaries from other pe...

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June 25, 2020 63 min

Kari connects Mary to her dog and cat, while her grandmother also visits, as they talk about knowing when to follow one's gifts, the gift of singing, songwriting, playing the piano, violin and viola, the catalyst that put her on the life path of music she's on now, how nature has been in this moment the world is in, a gift in this slow down, being in nature, how she finds grounding, challenging oneself, the catalyst and mea...

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Kari connects Rickey to his Spiritualist grandmother, while his grandfather Shortey makes a brief appearance, as they talk about his belief in past lives and the spirit world, why everyone should take time everyday to listen to the silence, how the sound of water can help, sitting in the wind, what grandfather and grandson feel about each other's music gifts and the famous intro to "Train, Train," the catalyst for "...

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Kari connects Andy to his grandmother (while discovering for the first time he played bass on stage at a concert she saw), as he talks about rediscovering the creative power of boredom during this moment in the world, all about "So in Love," who the "Tesla Girls" are, the dichotomy of joyously dancing to "Enola Gay," thoughts of Joan of Arc, Edward Hopper and "Night Cafe," that important moment his l...

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Thomas shares with Kari why he doesn't believe in guardian angels and the supernatural, as they talk all about his iconic 1982 New Wave synth-pop hit "She Blinded Me With Science" which was the start of the second British Invasion, music videos and inspired a generation into science, playing keyboards with David Bowie at Wembley Stadium during the historic worldwide concert Live Aid, which was part of his jam-packed ste...

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June 5, 2020 49 min

Kari connects Judy with her father, her guardian angel who played an important role for her and also wrote an important letter about after her suicide attempt as a teen, alcoholism, the importance of being an optimist, believing in synchronicities in life, which is how her new re-released "Amazing Grace" with a 1,000 member virtual choir (proceeds go to the World Health Organization's Covid-19 Response Fund) came out, w...

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June 3, 2020 73 min

Kari connects Clive with his grandfather who helped put him on his life path of music with "South Pacific" and "La Boheme," as they talk about living the Mozart life, all about "The Promise" and that pure channel moment of how this now timeless 1988 synth-pop New Wave hit came to be, being blessed by Little Richard their first day in America, seeing the glass half full rather than empty, having to work at a ...

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Kari connects Freda with her mother, how growing up in Detroit, she knew to honor this gift when she was asked to tour with Pearl Bailey, the serendipity of Holland-Dozier-Holland's"Band of Gold," which was that major milestone on her life path that was filled with moments like being Barry Gordy's first protege pre-Motown days, knowing jazz legends Duke Ellington and Jon Hendricks, how scatting is a rare gift, as Fr...

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Kari connects Claire with her mother and her sister, as they talk about the catalyst (and a transatlantic love story with a North Carolina surfer) which made her write the 1974 song "You Take My Breath Away" in a pure channel moment and how it later became a Tuck and Patti classic through a game of Telephone around the world from Scotland to Australia to India (pre-Internet) and how grateful she is to them for that, as well...

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May 19, 2020 67 min

Kari connects Brit to his mom, as they talk about the happy coincidence of their new EP "Live from Capricorn Sound Studios" that came out of this moment the world is in, as well as what he does daily now, loss and making the most of the moment we have, honoring his Southern rock roots, jam bands, what he was given wads of cash to buy for Jerry Garcia when he was a runner, how he knew to take his life path in the early days,...

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May 15, 2020 90 min

Kari connects Patti to her dad and soul sister, while they talk about their Windham Hill days which was like a tsunami and included having their videos on MTV alongside bands like Depeche Mode and the advice they gave to their niece St. Vincent, what they see is their raison d'etre as a duo, whether they are always together personally and professionally because of their love or the music, past lives and how they recognized each...

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May 13, 2020 63 min

Kari connects Eric to his father, as they talk about the Hooters' 1985 hit "And We Danced," "One of Us," his song which became the Joan Osborne hit, being a pure channel through his music, the '80s and Live Aid, how he got to Stockholm as well as Germany since those heady years, Bach sonatas, instruments that feel like home - mandolins and mandolas, and the new music he's writing in this moment we're...

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May 8, 2020 57 min

Kari connects Jeff to his mother, as they talk about his more private gift of songwriting, how this moment in the world is like a mirror and midlife crisis that can be good and force us to address superficialities and what our raison d'etre is, how he knew to follow his life path in his college years in Boston (and Warren Towers) with doors that open to other doors and feeling at home, what he listens to for grounding, the '...

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Kari connects Lauren to her mother as well as her songwriting partner, as they talk about the catalyst that made Lauren channel what became the international hit "Fallen" from the "Pretty Woman" soundtrack and the synchronicity of how it ended up in the movie, validations that she was meant to be on this path of music, like her musical moment with Bette Midler at her house, having singers like Gladys Knight, Leo Say...

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Kari reconnects with Graham from her music blog days, connecting him to his mother, as they talk about the mystery of music and life, the similarities of both their gifts of channeling, his new chapter of writing stage musicals, how losing his mother made him stop speaking and opened the door to his life path of music, what the real inspiration is behind the frequent topic of love for his songs, how he stays grounded (hint: trees),...

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April 23, 2020 41 min

Kari connects Richard to his dad who is now his guardian angel, as they talk about when his dad watches over him, the blessing of "Crazy Jim" that he wrote in minutes for his Grammy-winning Southern rock band, having a sort of karmic connection getting to cross paths and play with music greats like Johnny Cash and Johnnie Johnson, as a validation he was on the path he was meant to be on, what Julian Lennon said that made Ri...

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April 22, 2020 37 min

Kari connects Crystal to her mother, as they talk about her latest album of country classics, Art Bell's theme song she helped write, honoring her gift of sound, hearing bells and sounds from another time and place when she visited Glastonbury and Stonehenge, and going towards the healing qualities of music as it helps people rise above situations in life. 

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Kari connects Bob to his Lower East Side Jewish but not Jewish mother, as they talk about his fun '80s New Wave hit "What Do All the People Know," which she called a One Hit Wonder (emphasis on "wonder") and had a front row seat when he was on "The Merv Griffin Show," the universe's validation he was on the right path when Sir George Martin nearly produced that first Monroes album, how wonderful and ...

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Kari connects Cherie to her father Don in their three-way conference call to the Other Side and they talk about her new album "Blvds of Splendor" with Duff McKagan, Slash, Billy Corgan and Matt Sorum, songs from our past that help ground us, like her cover of "The Air that I Breathe" and "What Do All the People Know," how Cherie discovered and honored her other gift and raison d'etre of chainsaw wood car...

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