Recent radio listener + festival comments sampler ( still more on the air .. )

“Dear Radio worldOnelove, I’m a Berkeley native now living in El Cerrito after many years on the road. I moved back two years ago and re-discovered your radio station, which I now listen to every morning, day, and night. The music you play and words you share on the air help me get along in the world, and I want to thank you for that. I’m also wondering if I can get involved with your station, as a volunteer of some sorts… Thank you again for my making my life better and inspiring me to be my best self every day. Your station is a spiritual balm”  Jeff.

“I’m basking in the glow of Sitara’s song. It just played, and I’ve been meaning to let you know I’ve heard the song several times at night. The song warms my heart!”  Kaiwe.

Hi, we found out about this radio station last year and we love it!! We listen to it every day.” Natalie.

Hi there! I LOVE your radio station so much!!! Tonight you played song with the lyrics “I’m letting go” and I think you may have said it is by Deborah Ayol(sp?). I tried searching for it but may have her name wrong and the title wrong. Any chance you could tell me the details? Thank you! Life changing radio!  Lindsay

Thank you for all you do. I found your station this year and have quickly come to depend on it for daily doses of love, intelligence, inspiration and rhythm. I’d like to donate but it looks like the Funding Pal link is no longer active. Let me know when it is active again, or how I can best send you some $.” 🙂 Catherine.

I love seeing how many people are willing to volunteer to help with the festival. El Cerrito is a great city!”  Ann.

Good Evening! I really enjoy the rise and shine show, I listen on my way to work and the positive vibes really set up the day. Thank you so much and you play some FANTASTIC MUSIC! And like Stevie Wonder says….LOVE’S IN NEED OF LOVE TODAY.  Peace :)” Yvette .

Love your station. What was the song being played about 4:20 pm
Wednesday March 29? Thanks” Larry, Berkeley.

“Working with you is such a pleasure for us– your community-building, artistic vision, enthusiasm, and heartfelt care for the artists you work with is so inspiring!  Our musicians had such a blast performing, connecting with audience and other artists.”  Rose.

“As always, very positive vibes all around and loved volunteering a couple hours at a community booth. We are truly blessed to have such an open, mindful, and lovely fest right in our home City. worldOne, because we only have ONE world! Namaste!”  Terri.

Thank you for selecting King Tubby meets the Rockers. Would you please play the song called: “Rap Music” By:Killer Mike For Kika & The whole Mendocino Massive down here? Gracias Love you, man. One love.

Love the shows. Love the programming. Thanks. I am Richard S., a local historian and recorder of local Indian sites…”

Corey, you and your show inspire my day! Your comprehension and articulation of “the issues” with such heart, humor and clarity utterly moves me. Donation forthcoming…Keep up the love and all you do so well.  Truly, Kimberly C.Berkeley

Invaluable share at 2:57pm on Feb. 28th. Whoever that was speaking from Madison is incredible!!!!!!! I want to know who that is. What a RALLY!!!!  Thank you for playing this. Thank you.Karina .

Can you please tell me what the amazing background song playing at 9:04pm tonight? It was a groovy electronic song with perhaps a flute. There was talking over the song giving thanks to those who had donated money. Thank you!Eki

Greetings folks. I’m hoping you can help me out. On Tuesday 11/29 at 11:38 am you played the sweetest little bit of something I’ve heard maybe ever. I don’t wanna sink into hyperbole, but I do know that it held me pinned to my seat until it was done with me. Great female voice, acoustic guitar just cooking, slide tasty. wow…talk about moogin the oot greet…It had been preceded by an fine african rhythm thing, and when it ended I heard ‘way back in the distance the dj, in a kind of deep wave voice, “Andrea (something) Ya yo no, or Yano no”. Who is Andrea? Who was that band? Please help if you can.  Thanks. Kyle

Thank you for your great music! I love radio and, though I quite like KFJC and KALX, if I want to just plain feel good, I tune into WorldOneRadio! .. Kalonica 
You played two beautiful tracks this morning — one that had Rev. Dr. MLK speaking about being great because they can serve, with the backdrop of meditative music; followed by a track about Music For Life and dreams (slow hip-hop rap with a male singer).  Is there anyway I could get both of those tracks?  I would like to use them in my trainings and workshops when I am working with activists and faith-based folks.  …   Warmly, Rev. Dr. Diane

We are interested in knowing the name of the inspirational DJ/poet/natural mystic who offers meditations every day re: personal attitude, loving one another, honoring earth, etc. This mystery man is definitely a highlight in addition to all the terrific music y’all got goin’ on... Please respond and let us know. Thanks! Jennifer and Kurt, El Cerrito


Heard a great track last night I want to share. The Chorus was “I am great mother amma, I’m immortal” with a female rapper. It was about 9pm 3/24. I love your station so much! I’m a local listener in Berkeley….James
Love your broadcasts!! The overall theme and messages are exactly what we need as a society. The musical diversity is so refreshing.  Thank you! Alan

Hey Cory. Always always always enjoy the show. THANK YOU. Richard S.

Hey Corey, its Ben – ( allCREATURES vet…) Anyhoo -> I would like to help out with the festival this year if you still need hands. Also, I am dropping a check in the mail right now as a thanks for keeping the lights on and the music going. I have a big long story about it but basically if I am not listening to CBC radio in my car (sirus radio) Then I have KECG on or occasionally NPR for Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me and such! ANYHOO its time I paid my fair share. Thanks again for all the great tunes and hit me back if you need help this summer.

Tonight you are playing deep Native American. It is powerful yet comforting yet empowering.
During these increasingly troubled times, We wish for such a transforming performance at the
the 4th of July Festival. Perhaps we would all take a much-needed collective sigh and be reminded about the gift of life. Thanks for all your great vibes/music/etc. We are not worthy !!!!!   Flo ..