Keep the Fire Burning: The Folk Mass Revolution
Catholic Folk Mass music from Ken Canedo's book, "Keep the Fire Burning: The Folk Mass Revolution"

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Part 3 of an interview with Ken Canedo, author of "Keep the Fire Burning: The Folk Mass Revolution" on WLUW-88.7 FM, from Loyola University in Chicago. Originally broadcast on July 20, 2009 as part of Ken's first book tour. Produced by the 8th Day Center for Justice, a coalition of Catholic sisters, brothers and priests. This program focuses on social issues from a spiritual perspective.

Direct download: WLUW-8thDay20090720c.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:24am EST

Part 2 of an interview with Ken Canedo, author of "Keep the Fire Burning: The Folk Mass Revolution" on WLUW-88.7 FM, from Loyola University in Chicago. Originally broadcast on July 20, 2009 as part of Ken's first book tour. Produced by the 8th Day Center for Justice, a coalition of Catholic sisters, brothers and priests. This program focuses on social issues from a spiritual perspective.

Direct download: WLUW-8thDay20090720b.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:49am EST

Part 1 of an interview with Ken Canedo, author of "Keep the Fire Burning: The Folk Mass Revolution" on WLUW-88.7 FM, from Loyola University in Chicago. Originally broadcast on July 20, 2009 as part of Ken's first book tour. Produced by the 8th Day Center for Justice, a coalition of Catholic sisters, brothers and priests. This show focuses on social issues from a spiritual perspective.

Direct download: WLUW-8thDay20090720a.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 3:41am EST

THE DAMEANS: Hear tracks from the Dameans' second album! "Jesus Has Come," "Sign of Total Giving," "Have You Ever Been," "The Love of God Will Rise Before the Sun," and "The New Creation" Words and Music by Gary Ault; "All Our Joy" Words and Music by Darryl Ducote; "We Praise You Every Day" Words by Mike Balhoff, Music by Buddy Ceasar -- the above seven songs from the 1970 FEL recording, Songs of the New Creation, by the Dameans.

Direct download: KTFB-ChapterTenSNC20100426.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 1:37am EST

THE DAMEANS: Hear the early music of one of the most influential groups of the Folk Mass era! "Tell the World," "All That We Have," "Let All the Earth," and "The Spirit of the Lord" Words and Music by Gary Ault; "Shout Out Your Joy," "Sing Out His Goodness," "Turn Your Eyes," and "Look Beyond" Words and Music by Darryl Ducote; "Service" Words and Music by Buddy Ceasar -- the above nine songs from the 1969 FEL recording, Tell the World, performed by the Dameans.

Direct download: KTFB-ChapterTenTTW20100308.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 6:45pm EST

JACK MIFFLETON: Before he found his niche as a composer of children's music, Jack made his mark as a Folk Mass composer. "But Then Comes the Morning," "Yours Is the Kingdom," "I Am the Bread," "Lord, You've Come to Your Garden," "I Am the Good Shepherd," and "Alle, Alle" Words and Music by Jack Miffleton from the 1969 WLSM recording, With Skins and Steel

Direct download: KTFB-ChapterTenJM20100210.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 5:02pm EST

CAREY LANDRY: This podcast features a Folk Mass composer who eventually became a giant in the field of catechetical music for children. Songs: "Where Two or Three," "Pardon Your People," and "The Spirit Is a-Movin'" Words and Music by Carey Landry; "Praise, Lord!" Words by Gordon Truitt, Music by Carey Landry; "Men of Faith" by James Healey -- the above five songs from the 1970 NALR recording, The Spirit Is a-Movin'; "Man of Mind" by James Healey, performed by the Dameans from the 1969 FEL recording, Tell the World

Direct download: KTFB-ChapterTenCL20100126.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:42pm EST

JOHN FISCHER: This Chapter Ten podcast features the Baptist singer-songwriter who bridged the Catholic Folk Mass movement with the Protestant CCM movement. "The Cold Cathedral," "The Road of Life," "Alleluia! (Easter Day)" by John Fischer from the 1968 FEL recording, The Cold Cathedral "Way of All Flesh," "Jesus In Me," by John Fischer; "Trust and Obey" Words by JH Sammis, Music by John Fischer; "Death Is Swallowed Up" Words by John Fischer, Music based on Theme from Symphony No. 3 in C minor by Camille Saint-Saens; "Jesus, My Lord" by John Fischer from the 1970 FEL recording, Have You Seen Jesus, My Lord
Direct download: KTFB-ChapterTenJF20100108.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:01pm EST

1968: This podcast places the music of JOHN FISCHER, JACK MIFFLETON, the DAMEANS, and CAREY LANDRY within the context of 1968's unrelenting wave of social and political upheaval. "It's a Brand New Day" by Paul Quinlan and the New Day from the 1973 NALR re-release of the 1969 LP recording It's a Brand New Day "Alleluia (Easter Day)" by John Fischer from the 1968 FEL recording, The Cold Cathedral "Yours Is the Kingdom" by Jack Miffleton from the 1968 WLSM recording, With Skins and Steel "Let All the Earth" by Gary Ault from the 1969 FEL recording, Tell the World by the Dameans "Song of Baptism" by Carey Landry from the 1973 NALR recording, Hi, God by Carey Landry and Carol Jean Kinghorn "What Would You Have Us Do" by Carey Landry from the 1970 NALR recording, The Spirit Is A-Movin'
Direct download: KTFB-ChapterTen20091120.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 4:06am EST

SEBASTIAN TEMPLE: The Chapter Nine podcast series concludes with the music and life of the inspiring composer from South Africa who served the poor and charmed a princess. "Africa Belongs to the Lion" by Sebastian Temple from the 1965 Capitol Records recording, Africa Belongs to the Lion "Take My Hands," "Sing, People of God, Sing," "The Living God," "We Are One," and "The Blessed Sacrament" from the 1967 Franciscan Communications recording, Sing! People of God, Sing! "Make Me a Channel of Your Peace (Prayer of St. Francis)" from the 1967 Franciscan Communications recording, Happy the Man
Direct download: KTFB-ChapterNineST20091109.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 6:57pm EST

JOE WISE: This Chapter Nine podcast showcases the music of one of the most influential composers of the Folk Mass movement. "Sing Praise to the Lord," "Gonna Sing, My Lord," "Holy, Holy, Holy," "Jesus, You Are Here," "We Are Your Bread," "I'm In Love With My God (Maleita's Song)," and "Take Our Bread" by Joe Wise from the 1966 Fontaine House recording, Gonna Sing My Lord, distributed by World Library of Sacred Music.
Direct download: KTFB-ChapterNineJW20091026.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 6:53pm EST

SISTER GERMAINE HABJAN: This podcast focuses on the memorable music of one of America's Singing Nuns. Featured songs: "All of My Life," "You Are My People," "Fear Not," "Jerusalem," and "Love One Another" by Sister Germaine Habjan from the 1966 FEL recording, Songs of Salvation
Direct download: KTFB-ChapterNineSG20090907.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 6:43pm EST

PAUL QUINLAN: Chapter Nine podcast series continues with a focus on the music of this influential young Jesuit from College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA. Featured songs: "Save Me" and "We Are All Held In His Hands" by Paul Quinlan from the 1965 LP recording, Glory Bound" released by the America Record Society "Glory to the Father" and "Halay! When to God I Send a Plea" by the Paul Quinlan Trio from the 1967 FEL recording, Run Like a Deer "Praise the Lord In Many Voices" and "Sing to God a Brand New Canticle" by the Paul Quinlan Trio from the 1967 LP recording, Praise the Lord In Many Voices: Part 2 released by Avant Garde Records "It's a Brand New Day" by Paul Quinlan and the New Day from the 1973 NALR re-release of the 1969 LP recording It's a Brand New Day
Direct download: KTFB-ChapterNinePQ20090821.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 6:38pm EST

PETER SCHOLTES: This begins a series of podcasts on the composers featured in Chapter Nine, beginning with Peter Scholtes, composer of the landmark hymn, "They'll Know We Are Christians by Our Love." Featured songs: "Lord, Have Mercy," "Holy, Holy, Holy," "Lamb of God," and "They'll Know We Are Christians by Our Love" by Peter Scholtes from the 1966 FEL recording, Missa Bossa Nova
Direct download: KTFB-ChapterNinePS20090812.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 6:30pm EST

FEL's HYMNAL FOR YOUNG CHRISTIANS helped solve the thin repertoire problem of the early Folk Mass days. Featured songs: "I Lift Up My Eyes" by Ray Repp from the 1966 FEL recording, Allelu! "Allelu" by Ray Repp from the 1968 FEL recording, Sing Praise!
Direct download: KTFB-ChapterEight20090807.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 6:22pm EST

MEDICAL MISSION SISTERS, SR. SUZANNE TOOLAN, RAY REPP: The Folk Mass takes off across America! Stories and reactions from bishops, priests, composers, musicians, and the people in the pews. Featured songs: "Wake Up, My People," "To Be Alive," "Peace, My Friends," and "I Am the Resurrection" by Ray Repp from the 1967 FEL recording, Come Alive. "Joy Is Like the Rain" by Sister Miriam Therese Winter from the 1966 Avant Guard Records LP, Joy Is Like the Rain. "I Am the Bread of Life" by Sister Suzanne Toolan, RSM, from the 2000 OCP recording Rise Up and Sing.
Direct download: KTFB-ChapterSeven20090721.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 6:14pm EST

MASS FOR YOUNG AMERICANS, Side 2 Featured songs: "And I Will Follow," "Forevermore," "Clap Your Hands," "Hear, O Lord," "Come Away," "Of My Hands," "Shout from the Highest Mountain," and "I'm Not Afraid" by Ray Repp from the 1966 FEL recording, Mass for Young Americans
Direct download: KTFB-ChapterSix20090716b.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 6:07pm EST

MASS FOR YOUNG AMERICANS: Chapter Six covers the story of how FEL discovered Ray Repp and published his influential "Mass for Young Americans." Featured songs from Side One: "Prayer for Mercy" (Kyrie), "Hymn of Praise" (Gloria), "Angelic Song" (Sanctus), "Our Father," "Song to the Lamb of God" (Agnus Dei), "Here We Are" by Ray Repp from the 1966 FEL recording, Mass for Young Americans "Sons of God" by James Theim, OSB from the 1966 FEL recording, Mass for Young Americans
Direct download: KTFB-ChapterSix20090716a.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 6:00pm EST

RAY REPP: At the seminal 1965 orientation session of the Catholic Church Extension Society in Chicago, Ray Repp shares his contemporary psalm settings at the daily student liturgy. The Folk Mass is born! Featured songs: "Here We Are," "Of My Hands," "Hear, O Lord," and "Forevermore" by Ray Repp from the 1966 FEL recording, Mass for Young Americans "But Then Comes the Morning" by Jack Miffleton from the 1969 WLSM recording, With Skins and Steel "The Spirit Is a-Movin'" by Carey Landry from the 1973 NALR recording, Hi, God "The New Creation" by Gary Ault from the 1970 FEL recording, Songs of the New Creation by the Dameans "Till All My People Are One" by Ray Repp from the 1968 FEL recording, "Sing Praise!"
Direct download: KTFB-ChapterFive20090622.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 5:51pm EST

KTFB-Chapter 3 "Veni, Creator Spiritus" DEMONSTRATION ENGLISH MASS: Chapter Three gives an overview of the Second Vatican Council. Dennis Fitzpatrick and his Friends of the English Liturgy (FEL) influenced the Council Fathers as they considered music for the vernacular liturgy. Featured songs: "Entrance Procession," "Bidding Prayers," "Canon," "Blessing," and "Closing Hymn" by Dennis Fitzpatrick from the 1963 recording, Demonstration English Mass, published by Friends of the English Liturgy.
Direct download: KTFB-ChapterThree20090610.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 5:31pm EST

KTFB-Chapter 2 "Hang Down Your Head, Tom Dooley" FOLK MUSIC SCENE: Chapter Two offers a brief overview of the burgeoning secular folk music scene that exploded with the Kingston Trio's 1958 hit song, "Tom Dooley." Popular with America's young people, this folk music would influence the future composers of the Folk Mass movement. Featured song: "Forevermore" by Ray Repp, from the 1966 FEL recording, Mass of Young Americans.
Direct download: KTFB-ChapterTwo20090607.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 5:18pm EST

DENNIS FITZPATRICK: In the late 1950s, while the Mass was still in Latin, Catholic music pioneer Dennis Fitpatrick begins his groundbreaking work in composing English chant for the liturgy. Featured songs: "Kyrie," "Sanctus," "Agnus Dei," and "Communion Motet" by Dennis Fitzpatrick from the 1963 recording, Demonstration English Mass, published by Friends of the English Liturgy.
Direct download: KTFB-ChapterOne20090525.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 5:05pm EST

KTFB-Introduction "Come Gather 'Round, People, Wherever You Roam" Author Ken Canedo welcomes listeners to his book, "Keep the Fire Burning: The Folk Mass Revolution." A dynamic series of podcasts will help readers to hear the music of the Folk Mass in context with the sounds and voices of the 1960s.
Direct download: KTFB-Intro20090524.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 4:56pm EST

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