The Catholic Tradition Podcast: 85 – 3-Fifths of Our Band Were given Ordained


Sep 16, 2020

There are lots of abnormal tales in rock historical past. However Luxurious is
unquestionably the one band by which 3 out of 5 individuals ended up
changing into Orthodox monks.

Combining a hard-edged instrumental texture with candy,
melodious vocals and literary lyrics, Luxurious has persisted to
report and carry out sporadically since their starting within the
mid-Nineteen Nineties Christian punk scene. They have got retained a devoted
following and their newest album, Trophies, was once launched
ultimate yr to a lot acclaim.

Fr. David Lee Bozeman—singer, songwriter and guitarist—joins the
display to inform the band’s tale, speak about the connection between
liturgy and fashionable tradition, and touch upon his lyrics, which deal
with topics like ordination, marriage actual and counterfeit, the
scourge of pornography, and the sanctification of the frame.


[2:36] “The Majesty of the Flesh”

[9:39] The difficult sanctity of the Christian frame;

[14:58] Fr. David’s songwriting procedure

[15:53] The tale of Luxurious, 3 of its individuals’ trail from
Protestantism to sacramental religion

[25:06] “Braveness, Braveness”, a music about Fr. David’s

[35:48] “To Overcome and Damage”

[39:29] The band’s early influences and Fr. David’s reference
issues from the 80s and 90s

[44:19] Fr. David’s enjoy of the Christian rock scene

[46:27] Orthodoxy and fashionable tradition: liturgy is introduced into
secular lifestyles, now not vice versa

[52:02] “The Battle on Girls” and the dangle of pornography at the
fashionable global

[1:02:00] The compact enjoy of T.S. Eliot’s poetry and its
affect on Fr. David’s lyrics

[1:05:46] “Museums in Decline”

[1:11:58] “Trophies” and the Orthodox figuring out of marriage
and 2d marriages

[1:20:35] Provocation in Luxurious’s early lyrics

[1:23:16] “Queer Common sense”, a lament over the Ideal Courtroom’s
choice on homosexual marriage

[1:27:37] “Perpetua Simone”


All tune on this episode used with permission from
Luxurious and Lee Bozeman.

“The Battle on Girls”, “Museums in Decline”, “Trophies”, “Braveness,
Braveness” from Luxurious, Trophies.

“To Overcome and Damage”, “Perpetua Simone” from Luxurious,

“The Majesty of the Flesh” from Lee Bozeman, The Majesty of
the Flesh

“Queer Common sense” from Lee Bozeman, Queer Common sense.


Lee Bozeman

Lee Bozeman on Bandcamp

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