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Sencha 9/15

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Magicfolk 4/29

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Magicfolk 12/28

Magicfolk 12/18

Magicfolk 12/11

Abbi Spinner McBride 10/28

Sky also known as JD Aeon 8/30

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Lady Isadora 11/5

Abigail Spinner McBride 8/11

Roger Helfrick 7/17

Sky also known as JD Aeon 4/14

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Magicfolk 12/19

Abigail Spinner McBride 11/23

Hemlock Evergreen 11/21

Telling Point 6/23

Telling Point 3/31

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Abigail Spinner McBride 11/2

Telling Point 6/29

Magicfolk 4/29

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Magicfolk 12/16

Abigail Spinner McBride 12/11

Magicfolk 11/8

Magicfolk 10/8

Lady Isadora 7/7

Gaia Consort 5/9

Sky also known as JD Aeon 3/1

Artists 2006:

Gaia Consort 11/25

Lady Isadora 10/13

Lady Isadora 4/30

Tiffany Moon 2/14

Artists 2005:

Lady Isadora 12/21

Lady Isadora 10/31

Tiffany Moon 9/23

Sky also known as JD Aeon 7/7

Lady Isadora 6/21

Sky also known as JD Aeon 5/23

Artists 2004:

Gaia Consort 11/6

Isaac Bonewits 7/30

Isaac Bonewits 7/29

Gaia Consort 6/14

Loke E. Coyote 5/2

Moss Bliss 2/8

Tiffany Moon 1/5

Artists 2003:

Gaia Consort

Artists 2002:

Elaine Silver

Loke E. Coyote

Artists 2001:

Loke E. Coyote and Friends

Artists 2000:

Gaia Consort

Loke E. Coyote

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(words & music by Christopher Bingham)

One – strong at the core of my being I stand
One – dreaming of someone who knows,
who might understand that

With every touch our grace is multiplied
Every kiss our souls are opened wide
Every moment is precious and sanctified

Two – joyous and trembling I celebrate you
Two – boundless and teeming there's no end to what we can do when

Every touch our grace is multiplied
Every kiss our souls are opened wide
Every moment is precious and sanctified

And our time is filling like cups of honey wine
Sweeter the water, the deeper the well
Life is spilling out all over
We're spilling out over ourselves

Three – infinite new possibilities
Three – doesn't it seem like there's no end to what we can be when

Every touch our grace is multiplied
Every kiss our souls are opened wide
Every moment is precious and sanctified

And our time is filling like cups of honey wine
Sweeter the water, the deeper the well
Life is spilling out all over
We're spilling out over ourselves

Four – who knows what the future will bring
Four – now I know three works I'm open to possibly more

Every touch our grace is multiplied
Every kiss our souls are opened wide
Every moment is precious and sanctified

And our time is filling like cups of honey wine
Sweeter the water, the deeper the well
Life is spilling out all over
I'm spilling out over myself

And our time is filling like cups of honey wine
Sweeter the water, the deeper the well
Life is spilling out all over
We're spilling out over ourselves

But we're basically three
Well six with the kids but you know what I mean
Basically three – basically three

Copyright 2001 Christopher Bingham

copyright 2001 Christopher Bingham

Bardic Circle Featuring...

Gaia Consort [a Witchvox Sponsor] ...

(by Christopher Bingham)

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The Story...

It's a love song about that hopeful point when "every touch our grace is multiplied, every kiss our souls are opened wide, every moment, precious and sanctified..." as the two of us became a triad, the possibilities just seem endless.

Here in the Seattle area, there is much crossover between the Pagan and Poly communities, with many communal households and group marriages. "All acts of love and pleasure are Her rituals..." Gaia Consort celebrates this wonderful aspect of our community as well as many others...

Recorded: Seattle, early 2001
Guests/Players: Christopher Bingham; guitar vocals, Sue Tinney; vocals, Dan Ochipinti; drums, Dan Mohler; fretless bass, Betsy Tinney; cello, Matthew Weiss; violin, Ed Davis; violin

Technical Notes: Acoustic guitar, vocals, trap set (drums) , frettless bass, cello, violins

Artist Profile: Gaia: (Gaea) 'guy-uh': Consort: 'kan-soert:
Gaia Consort makes music that makes you want to dance naked in moonlight. Excellent musicianship, acoustic instruments, classical interludes among diverse danceable rhythms. Think Bare Naked Ladies meets Peter Gabriel meets Jethro Tull with a bit of CSN thrown in for good measure.

In the spring of 1996, Christopher Bingham and his partner Sue Tinney, returned from an admittedly disastrous European “tour” that left them deeply in debt and forced them to literally face the music – to figure out what was important in their lives, and to make music that reflected their values. After a year long performing hiatus they resurfaced at Nudestock '97 as Gaia Consort.

In December 1999 they released Gaia Circles to critical acclaim in all the major Pagan magazines. Now Gaia Consort has released their second CD, Secret Voices and the excitement continues.

Released by the Seattle, WA based Suddenly Naked Arts Collective in December 1999, Gaia Circles is an “out of the broom closet” collection of celebratory songs about the Earth and our relationship with Her. Guests include Heather Alexander, violin, Dan Ochipinti drums and percussion, Jay Kenney, keyboards, Betsy Tinney, cello, Dan Mohler, bass and Jennifer Kay on backing vocals. Secret Voices continues the tradition with the classically influenced violin work of Matthew Weiss and Ed Davis.

Gaia Consort has never been about "making it big" in the music industry. Eschewing the usual venues of clubs and coffee houses for the more intimate house concerts and self produced shows in halls around the Pacific Northwest, Gaia Consort has managed to quietly build a following that fills rooms though their mailing list. Enough to have been invited to play a variety of festivals and events, including headlining the long running Heartland Pagan Festival (2000) in Kansas.

Christopher Bingham was born cursed with a crystal clear voice in a time when gravel is almost a requirement, so he's had to learn other ways to get the same intensity out of his vocals. And watch out for his acoustic guitar work – think Bruce Cockburn meets Ian Anderson, fluid from one rhythm to the next – and wow that's only ONE guitar.... People used to compare him to David Crosby but lately it's been Bare Naked Ladies and Dave Matthews. He left his hometown of St. Louis to study jazz at The Evergreen State College in Olympia in 1979, fell in love with the Pacific Northwest and stayed. Before Gaia Circles he released two CDs, The Burning (1993) and Angel and the Hanged Man (1995) Several cuts on both CDs have received airplay on a number of college and commercial radio stations across the US and in Europe.

Sue Tinney's voice is like a lover's soft lips nibbling your earlobe while telling you the bed is on fire and what are you going to do about it? She has a special gift for picking out the perfect harmony line. She’s been singing alto parts all her life and it shows. She’s also co-produced all of Bingham’s Suddenly Naked releases. Growing up literally in the Olympic National park, (Kalaloch and the Hoh river valley) the spirit of the rainforest is imbued in all her work.


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