Julie Schmitt's Song of the Soul

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Julie Schmitt loves music and instruments from all over the map. From Sanscrit chanting from India to rhythm and blues, from parodies of love songs to Native American flute and drums, Julie finds riches to inspire her spiritual growth. Julie was raised Catholic and currently attends the Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Eau Claire.

 

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6/18/2006
12/24/2006
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I just finished listening to

I just finished listening to the julie Schmitt show twice over the last couple of days. I think this is a wonderful show and you are the right person to be doing this. Hearing Julie 's song picks and info about her life showed me there are still ways to connect i nthis crazy disconnected world. It is so hard for me to find like-minded people. Hearing Julie speak about her life made me think-i have to meet this person. I loved her chanting music picks and it was a delight to my soull and heart to listen. Thanks again!

This is a very interesting

This is a very interesting interview: Julie sounds very grounded in spite of (because of?) the wide variety of music that moves her and spiritual backgrounds. Although Julie said she was nervous, she didn't sound like it: Mark was especially skillful in his questions and ability to edit and flow in and out of the songs. 4 stars :) PS: Although this interview is from 06, I just heard it and just met Julie (briefly) this summer. I and my friends in and around Washington DC are grateful to Julie for introducing me to Mark and northern spirit radio!

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