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Friday February 8, 2013

Dave Davies of the Kinks: Paranormal Experiences and Explorations

Dave Davies, the creator and founder of the Kinks, is one of the great legends of Rock'n Roll. He is also a profoundly spiritual human being and has had many powerful paranormal experiences. Here, he tells Whitley Strieber the story of some of those amazing experiences, and explains his own deep spirituality and how his connection to the universe drives his music. At the beginning and end of the show, listen to a sample of his new song 'Walker Through the Worlds,' a track from his new album 'I Will Be Me' due to be released shortly.

Get involved with Dave on his website where Rock'n Roll meets spirituality. Click here.

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Thank you for this interview with Dave Davies whitely, this brings me right back to the sixties with the Kinks, here in the UK.
I remember best the kinks song 'Thank You For The Days'.
I never knew that Dave was into all this spirtuallity, just goes to show you. This might be why I was 'drawn' to his music.
Lovely interview.

He's a beautiful guy, and the song sampled in the show is one of the deepest pieces of music of the soul I have ever heard. The full sample is at the end of the program. Don't miss it.

My jaw dropped when I saw Dave Davies would be the guest.
Imagine that, one of my favourite band members interviewed by one of my favourite authors. I was listening to my whole Kinks collection on my music shuffle just a couple of days ago.

WOW!!!!! I AM FLYING.....

I love the new intro music. Reminds me of the 1989 Communion movie soundtrack.

Awesome sample, can't wait to buy it.

This lovely interview. Music is so important
to me...what with my imagination...I'm
full of JOY after hearing from Dave.

I was looking forward to the Dave Davies interview, but I wish you had caught up with him before the stroke...

A terrific interview. I was listening as I prepared dinner this evening and found myself just standing in the kitchen listening to Dave open up about a dimension of his life that I would never have guessed at.

Sterling stuff and I liked his song at the end. A bit of me instantly flashed back to the film version of Communion and Dave's lyrics made a refreshing change. Great stuff.

How exciting! Dave is a legend. Thank you Dave and Whitley!

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