SONGS BY JOHN WEBSTER,
INSTRUMENTATION BY DAVE EASTOE
NEW VIDEO ‘WHERE THERE'S LIFE’
'You know these chains that bind you are only in the mind
There's a network, a community there for you to find...''
'FINDING A WAY THROUGH'
SONGS TO NAVIGATE THE WORLD WE INHABIT
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‘PLURALISM RULES OK’ - PLURALISM AND DIVERSITY IN LONDON, WITH A VISIONARY TWIST
‘WORLD AT THE CROSSROADS’ – ON CLIMATE CHANGE:
'LET'S GO FOR LAUGHTER, LET'S NOT GO FOR TEARS'
‘GLOBAL RHYTHM’ - 'ON THE PERENNIAL DRIVE FOR FREEDOM'
'THE BALLAD OF AKBAR AND AURANGZEB' - HOW THE EMPEROR AKBAR
(RATHER THAN HIS SUCCESSOR AURANGZEB)
SHOWS A WAY FORWARD FOR MUSLIMS IN A PLURALISTIC WORLD
‘ASIAN HIGHWAY’ - MEMORIES OF TRAVELLING THE GRAND TRUNK ROAD,
REFLECTIONS ON POVERTY AND PROGRESS
‘BOMBAY MOON’ - A POETIC LOOK AT THE LURE OF INDIA
‘TURBULENT TIMES’ – TWO CENTURIES OF TURMOIL AND PROGRESS,
FROM WATERLOO TO THE BANKING CRISIS
‘WHERE THERE'S LIFE' - REGENERATION AND CREATIVITY
‘KINGDOM OF THE SENSES’ - REFLECTIONS FROM THE SPANISH BEACHES
‘LIGHT IN THE CAVERNS’ – A TRIBUTE TO THE WORLD’S EXPLORERS AND LIGHTBRINGERS
‘MORNING LIGHT’ – 'YOU'RE GONNA COME OUT ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THE STORM'
‘THE FIDDLER OF DOONEY’ - A NEW VERSION OF ONE OF THE FIRST SONGS WE RECORDED,
A LYRIC BY W.B. YEATS THAT HAS THE MERRY FIDDLER
GETTING INTO HEAVEN BEFORE HIS PIOUS RELATIVES.
world at the crossroads....new 2019 version
where there's life ... finding hope and inspiration amidst the pandemic
turbulent times .... some perspectives on political turmoil ....
the ballad of Akbar and Aurangzeb....'a fantastic way to think about Islam today' - Yasmin Alibhai-Brown
.... global rhythm ... 'Yes, we're going to build the common good. Ride on.... The race is not for the swift, but for those who can endure' - Benjamin Zephaniah
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'One day we could be dancing
Dancing to the global beat;
Everybody dancing together
Everybody up on their feet...'
' Yes, we're going to build the common good. Ride on. Shelley lives, Byron lives, Keats lives, Marley lives.
The revolution is not dead. The race is not for the swift, but for those who can endure'.
- Benjamin Zephaniah
'The future must be with Muslims like Akbar,
In our world of the coming century;
And let's hope that Aurangzebi Muslims
Can find a way to love humanity...'
'What a fantastic subject and way to think about Islam today'
-Yasmin Alibhai-Brown, commentator and founder member of British Muslims for Secular Democracy
'Keep up the great work'
Raheel Raza, Muslims Facing Tomorrow, Toronto
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