Music-related events during the 1980s
Episode 232: Yes, Joe and Kari attended the Darker Waves Festival, and they lived to tell the tale! On the podcast! Their review kicks off this episode, find out what they liked (OMD! English Beat!) and what they didn't like (Lines! People! Paying for beer!). Since World AIDS Day is December 1st, Joe and Kari are taking a look at some of the artists who tried to use their music to bring awareness to this serious topic, like Cyndi Lauper, Jimmy Somerville of Bronski Beat, and Book of Love.
We return to part two of Thomas Dolby's 80:10 with production work with two songwriting icons; one massively successful the other less so, plus playing Live Aid with yet another. Plus lots of film work and a technicolour third solo album...6. PREFAB SPROUT (1985-89)Producer for Steve McQueen, From Langley Park to Memphis and Jordan: The Comeback (recorded 1989, released in 1990, pedants!)7. DAVID BOWIE (1985)Keyboards for Bowie at Live Aid, playing on TVC 15, Modern Love, Rebel Rebel and "Heroes".8. JONI MITCHELL (1985)"Producer" for Dog Eat Dog and a definite contrast to his experiences with Paddy and Davy Jones. 9. FILM WORK (1985-87)Scored Fever Pitch (no, not that one) and did the songs for Howard The Duck (yes, that one) as well as a rather impressive score for Gothic.10. ALIENS ATE MY BUICK (1988)The third album. Contains the BEST SONG HE EVER DID (fact!)80SOGRAPHY QUICKFIRE ROUND to finish. Including the favourite question I have ever asked (with a perfect answer)For more Thomas Dolby (not Dobly);thomasdolby.comTwitter: @ThomasDolbyFacebook/Instagram: thomasdolbyHelp support the pod via Pay Pal and complain about the mix firstname.lastname@example.org Murder!
Christina is not a big fan of most 80's music. Joe along with a few callers, they give it their best at convincing her that the 1980's had good music. Guest Co-Host: Joe Basile See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
It wasn't a given that Deni Hines would pursue a career a music. Despite her mother, Marcia Hines, being one of the most recognisable pop stars in Australia, Deni had other interests and suffered from performance anxiety in her younger years. But her vocal talent soon got her snapped up as a backing singer for artists like Wa Wa Nee, Peter Blakeley and Kylie Minogue. It was her voice that also saw her hired as the latest frontperson for funk/dance band Rockmelons. In a frank and unflinching interview, Deni shares exactly what she thought of their collaboration and the hits that ensued. She also recalls guesting on "Not Enough Time" by INXS and what Michael Hutchence was like to work with in the studio. Then, after a solo deal in the US fell apart for reasons beyond her control, Deni landed at Mushroom Records and scored a top 5 hit with "It's Alright". She describes the process of putting together her debut album, Imagination, in London and follow-up singles like "I'm Not In Love" and "Delicious", a duet with Don-E that was added to the UK version of the album (retitled Pay Attention). When her time at Mushroom came to an end — following early 2000s single "Frenzy" — Deni went independent, and she talks about her various projects over the past couple of decades, including Water For Chocolate, The Soul Sessions and her upcoming album, due in 2024.Bonus material at chartbeats.com.au/aussieTwitter: @ChartBeatsAU, @TurnAroundOnJoyInstagram: @chartbeatsau, @joyturnbeataroundEmail: email@example.com
This episode, aka the Chumbawamba episode (jk), we list and discuss some of our favorite collaborations, including ones that we find most interesting. We also talk Slipknot news, lots of whiskey (and whisky), lots of hip hop + rock collabs, and a bit of Rammstein, plus tons more. Cheers!Spotify playlist for Episode 103:https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6toQp3cCa1YQZraCMn1ONc?si=b6c17d623541494c
Episode 231: If you haven't heard Joe and Kari discuss this in previous episodes, they are traveling to Huntington Beach, CA this week to attend the Darker Waves Festival! The lineup is STACKED with artists that have been discussed on HRT80s many times, but this episode is dedicated to some of the lesser-known bands like The Chameleons and Clan of Xymox, as well as faves like The English Beat, OMD and X! You'll feel like you're at a music festival when you listen to this one, and the beers won't be 18 dollars each!
Hi,Another episode, another format. 80:10 breaks down a guest's 80s into 10 parts - whether a song, album, artist or category. The inaugral guest is the uniquely brilliant Thomas Dolby.1. NEW TOY (1981)Songwriter for Lena Lovich2. FOREIGNER (1981)Musician for hire for Foreigner as well as Def Leppard, Malcolm McLaren & Belinda Carlisle3. THE GOLDEN AGE OF WIRELESS (1982)The first album4. SHE BLINDED ME WITH SCIENCE (1982)The breakthru hit in America. Science!5. THE FLAT EARTH (1984)The second LPMore on Thomas Dolby...www.thomasdolby.comTwitter: @ThomasDolbyFacebook: thomasdolbySupport the podcast via PayPal with firstname.lastname@example.org Then a Dog Woke Inside Her Head to Watch the Explosion
Duran Duran recently released their brand new Holloween-themed album called Danse Macabre. With three new music tracks, covers including songs from Billie Eilish and Rolling Stones, and reimagined older Duran Duran materials, the panel is mixed. Listen to the podcast as myself Mark Lloyd, music producer Phil Pendlebury, vocalist Louise Shufflebotham, and drummer extraordinaire Eddie Parsons, take a listen to the tracks and give our take at Danse Macabre. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 230: This week's episode is a very special one, as Joe and Kari welcome their first international guest to the podcast: Listener Dom from New Zealand! Dom has been kind enough to suggest some of the segments that we've brought to you on HRT80s, and this week, we get to know the man behind the ideas, and what exactly he loves about music from the 1980s. Then we invite Dom to discuss one of his segment ideas: Not the Song You're Thinking Of, which takes a look at songs that have the same title as huge hits of the 80s, like "Freedom", "I'm Your Man", "Trouble" and "The Power of Love". You don't want to miss this episode!
What a tumultuous year 1990 had been for the Hit Factory — and the final four singles produced by Stock Aitken Waterman that year certainly highlight that. What should have been Lonnie Gordon's second SAW-produced single, "If I Have To Stand Alone", came out as her third, but despite being in the same vein as top 5 hit "Happenin' All Over Again", it under-performed on the UK chart and the If I Have To Stand Alone album wasn't even released there at the time. Lonnie joins us for one final time to discuss the disappointment she faced as a result and the US dance hits she recorded with Black Box in the following years. New girl group Delage was launched in December 1990 with a remake of disco classic "Rock The Boat" — and Karina and Emma from the group reveal how the project came about. Meanwhile, one final single was belatedly released from Donna Summer's Another Place And Time album. Mike Stock tells us about the lyrical change Donna requested for "Breakaway" and the late singer's husband and manager, Bruce Sudano, talks about the song's success in South America and why Donna ultimately decided not to return to PWL. And we take a look at "Send A Prayer (To Heaven)" by Errol Brown — an often-forgotten Christmas song by the late former singer of Hot Chocolate.Subscribe for bonus material at chartbeats.com.au/sawTwitter: @ChartBeatsAU, @MrMattDenbyInstagram: @chartbeatsauFacebook: Chart Beats: A Journey Through PopEmail: email@example.com
Born to parents who both worked in the entertainment industry, Dannielle Gaha grew up surrounded by singing and dancing, training and helping out at the talent school run by her mother, Janice Breen. She made her first steps into the industry herself by appearing on TV talent contest Star Search, which led to ongoing singing work with judge Glenn Shorrock and, through that, her big break — being picked to record duet "Communication" with John Farnham. Dannielle, who now goes by her married name DeAndrea, recalls those early stages of her career and what it was like performing with the biggest male singer in the country on the anti-drugs hit. She also discusses the music she released as a solo performer, Australian single "I Like It" and the three tracks through her deal with Epic Records in the UK: "Stuck In The Middle", "Do It For Love" and "Secret Love", most of which involved input from Wa Wa Nee's Paul Gray. Although that solo pop career didn't take off as she hoped, she landed on her feet in the mid-'90s with an ongoing gig as one-half of The Nissan Cedrics on Roy & HG's series, Club Buggery, and since then has carved out a diverse career in a range of musical styles.Bonus material at chartbeats.com.au/aussieTwitter: @ChartBeatsAU, @TurnAroundOnJoyInstagram: @chartbeatsau, @joyturnbeataroundEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Frizz and Bob crack open the classic, 12-Year Glenfiddich single malt scotch and spin the monumental Talking Heads album, Speaking in Tongues, on its 40th anniversary. We highlight the love between a man and a lamp, invent new languages, chat butthole opinions, and revel in the mad genius of David Byrne and Tom Jones.
Episode 229: Spooky Halloween Edition! Since this episode drops on Halloween, Joe and Kari took some listener suggestions on their favorite creepy songs of the 80's. Toto Coelo sang a love song about Dracula, Whodini warned us that the freaks come out at night, and Ministry gave us a goth anthem with "Everyday is Halloween."Finally, the Great 80's Music Quiz comes to an end with the final rounds. Find out who wins the sack of full-size candy bars, and who comes home with a bag full of those weird peanut butter chews in the orange and black wrappers (you know the ones, they're nasty).
Hey! I'm Allison Hare. In this raw and deeply personal episode, I'm sharing some big life updates on my 49th birthday. Yep, it's today! I've been hesitant to discuss it publicly, but it feels like the perfect time to share it. And I get the feeling that this episode could be the catalyst for you - that could change it all in the best possible way.Timestamps:[00:02:11] Surprisingly True Useful Fun Fact[00:06:23] Stay-at-home mom's advice. [00:09:28] Unconventional paths and exploration[00:13:18] Feeling exhausted and overwhelmed. [00:19:12] Normalizing the pain. [00:23:18] Recharge, Release, Redesign. [00:30:11] Self-doubt and intelligence. [00:32:06] ADHD diagnosis[00:39:59] Burnout and its consequences. [00:42:06] Masking and societal expectations. [00:46:10] Outgrowing societal expectations. [00:55:24] Nothing changes until something changes.References mentioned:Schedule a FREE breakthrough call with me Want to take these ideas and apply them to your life? Let's do it!Apply for the Effective Collective Mastermind - Mastermind for high-performing working momsLight Up List FREE DOWNLOAD- get a quick burst of energy right now and KEEP IT!Get on my email list These are the emails you can actually WANT to open. BTS on how I went from burnt-out to audaciously aligned and how you can do it, too!Surprisingly True Useful Fun Fact ResearchCreating the Perfect Woman Article/Blog PostRejection Sensitive Episode with Candin Phillips, EP195ADHD Tips with Cindy RobinsonALLISON HARE'S LINKS:EFFECTIVE COLLECTIVE MOTHER MASTERMIND: Schedule a free exploratory call here.AllisonHare.com - Late Learner Podcast, personal journal and blog, danceInstagram - Steps to heal yourself, move society forward, and slinging memes and dancing (seriously, Allison is also a dance fitness instructor)Late Learner IGYouTube ChannelBlog - quick, way more personal, deeper topics - make sure to subscribeTikTok - documenting my journey one lo-fi video at a timeReb3l Dance Fitness - Try it at home! Free month with this link.Personal Brand - need help building yours? Schedule a call with me here and let's discuss.Feedback and Contact:: email@example.com
It's Halloween season so we gotta break down one of the all time throwback spooky jams, with Rockwell's "Somebody's Watching Me". We dissect why Michael Jackson was queitly brought into to absolutely slay the chorus, who's watching you, and why Rockwell's music video appears to be a home video with McPoyle-like zombies just kinda standing around. See the full video podcast here: https://youtu.be/w7Ou1HsDhrY
Episode 228: As promised, here is Part Two of the recap of the Countdown America program from February 18, 1989. Dick Clark hosted this syndicated radio program that used the Top 30 Adult Contemporary charts from Radio and Records magazine. In the upper reaches of the countdown, we have songs from Vanessa Williams, Anita Baker and Barbra Streisand. Plus, Debbie Gibson and Tiffany face off with ballads from their sophomore albums. Which song was more successful on the charts (and in our hearts)? And who was the more successful solo member of the Eagles -- Glenn Frey or Don Henley? You'll find the answers in this episode, as well as the song that took the number one spot!
After the big creative risk that was previous single and video "Better The Devil You Know", Kylie Minogue and Stock Aitken Waterman went for something more playful with follow-up "Step Back In Time". With its fun lyrical nod to '70s disco music and a video dripping in retro style, the song was pure pop joy — and another big hit at a time when the Hit Factory sorely needed one. Mike Stock and Matt Aitken recall pulling the lyrics together for the nostalgic tune, while Phil Harding and Ian Curnow provide insight into the mixing stage, which was a crucial part of the process in delivering a single that satisfied Kylie's desire to be relevant in clubs. Phil and Ian also discuss the track they wrote with Kylie in 1990, "I Am The One For You", as part of PWL's efforts to accommodate her eagerness to develop her songwriting skills. Over in the US, Kylie also wrote with Michael Jay, who returns to the podcast to talk about Rhythm Of Love track "The World Still Turns", while former PWL engineer Peter Day also shares memories of working on the album, in particular the track "Always Find The Time". And on the visual side of things, Nick Egan details how he came to work with Kylie on both the "Step Back In Time" video and the cover for Rhythm Of Love. Subscribe for bonus material at chartbeats.com.au/sawTwitter: @ChartBeatsAU, @MrMattDenbyInstagram: @chartbeatsauFacebook: Chart Beats: A Journey Through PopEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
It was inevitable that singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Rick Price would forge a career in the music industry, but rather than jumping at any offer of a record deal that came his way, he took his time to ensure the situation was just right. Before signing to Sony Music and releasing debut album Heaven Knows in 1992, he worked for many years as a session singer, appearing in a national ad for Australia's Bicentennial in 1988 and on charity single "You're Not Alone" by Australian Olympians. He was also involved in the early stages of Girlfriend's career as a songwriter. When his own deal did fall into place as he wanted it to, he hit the ground running with back-to-back top 10 hits "Not A Day Goes By" and "Heaven Knows". Ever conscious of doing things his way, Rick switched up his sound for second album Tamborine Mountain — and he talks about his label's response to a less commercial approach and how they convinced him to come back to pop for third album Another Place. Rick also discusses his more recent independently released albums, his move to Nashville and collaboration with fellow early '90s star Jack Jones.Bonus material at chartbeats.com.au/aussieTwitter: @ChartBeatsAU, @TurnAroundOnJoyInstagram: @chartbeatsau, @joyturnbeataroundEmail: email@example.com
Episode 227: This episode is only for the Jackée stans!!! That's right: HRT80s is celebrating 227 episodes this week! And we asked the listeners to tell us their favorite TV Theme Songs for us to cover on the podcast. So get ready to hear about the theme songs to your favorite 80's shows: Perfect Strangers, Cheers, 227 (natch), and everyone's favorite, Golden Girls.Then it's time for more QUIZZING; who ends up in the lead after this round? You better listen and find out, because there's no place like HRT80s. I MEAN NO PLACE, CHILD *WOO!*
There's something weird... in your podcast feed... It's episode 105 as we chug along in our spooky music video series for October. With Ray Parker Jr's immortal hit track, Louie, Al & Ryan discuss the circumstances behind the creation of the song and we rate the neon clad music video. Why? because reviewing makes us feel good!
Pt 2 of the chat with John including lots more excellent 12" mixes and much more besides (including TWO quickfire rounds...)POTOKER'S PREFERENCESJohn's favorite film/TV/book/LP/live event of the decade1985Thompson Twins - Roll Over/Here's To Future DaysPhil Collins - Sussudio (12")/One More Night (12")Paul McCartney - Spies Like Us (Party Mix)Peter Gabriel - Sledgehammer (Dance Mix) (1986)1986Paul McCartney - Pretty Little Head (12")Genesis - Invisible Touch (12")/Land of Confusion (12")/ Tonight x 3 (12")Was (not Was) - Robot Girl/11 Miles an Hour1987/88/89Fine Young Cannibals - Ever Fallen In Love (12")New Order - Blue Monday '88 (12")Red Hot Chilli Peppers - The Uplift Mofo Party PlanFacebook: john.potokerTwitter: @80sographyEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org "The World is Big Enough For Everyone"
It's Episode 104 and Ryan, Louie & Al submit to you, Rockwell's spooky classic, “Somebody's Watching Me.” We discuss the freaky video, our own anxieties, Rockwell's British accent and his other transgressions.
Episode 226: Please welcome to the podcast: Michael! He's joining the panel for HRT80s court, that segment that takes a look at some similar-sounding songs and asks, Who is at fault for this? Why does "Running Back to You" by Vanessa Williams sound a bit like "Right on Track" by the Breakfast Club? Does Bananarama owe some money to Company B? And why exactly was New Line Pictures up in arms about the harmless DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince Freddy Krueger song? Once the verdicts are in, it's time for Michael to QUIZ Kari and Joe on some Just a Bit Outside R&B singles. Find out who wins the bragging rights on this episode of HRT80s!
Although she had been signed to PWL in the UK for a while and scored a couple of hits with remakes of "Don't Make Me Over" and "Walk On By", Sybil went into the studio with Stock Aitken Waterman in 1990 to record soulful ballad "Make It Easy On Me". The American singer/songwriter joins us to discuss starting out with US label Next Plateau in 1986, her string of club hits that caught the attention of PWL, those Bacharach & David covers with Tony King's pivotal remix work and what it was like working with SAW themselves. Earlier in the episode, Matt Aitken helps us unpack "Wow Wow Na Na" by Grand Plaz and "Ole Ole Ole" by LA Mood — two SAW-produced dance tracks that were released anonymously. And as we reach Jason Donovan's final single from Between The Lines, "I'm Doin' Fine", we hear from him and his tour backing singer Dannielle Gaha about life — and love! — on the road.Subscribe for bonus material at chartbeats.com.au/sawTwitter: @ChartBeatsAU, @MrMattDenbyInstagram: @chartbeatsauFacebook: Chart Beats: A Journey Through PopEmail: email@example.com
We're kicking off October with our definitive, totally accurate, completely biased, and entirely subjective yet correct Halloween playlists. We each compiled a list of 10: 5 must haves and 5 honorable mentions, and there is surprisingly little overlap. We talk classics, we talk contemporary, and we talk a lot of alternative choices (Jess loves some weird hard rock music; Amanda decided dancing was a criteria). Let us know your favorite Halloween songs at any of the links below. OUR SOCIALSInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/ninetiesbabiesnostalgia/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgmyQV7STEmjISJKCZr362w Twitter: https://twitter.com/Nineties_Babies TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@90sbabiesnostalgia Theme Song by Patrick Dunnevant, (https://www.youtube.com/c/AcappellaVGM)Artwork by Dawn Wheeler (https://www.instagram.com/wool_and_stoneNineties Babies Nostalgia supports unions and the incredible writers, actors, and other creatives striking at WGA and SAG-AFTRA. During the strikes, we will be highlighting content from independent and/or foreign productions, with the understanding that the domination of streaming makes it nearly impossible for us to cover works that remain entirely untouched by the industry's inequities.
Pop icons Debbie and Carnie join the show! Along with the chumps, they chat about Debbie's RV, taking a break from love, and 90s throwback tracks.• • • Want more Jeff Lewis? Click here to sign up for 3 free months of SiriusXM and listen weekdays to "Jeff Lewis Live" at 12pE/9aP on Radio Andy Channel 102. Plus, tune into The Jeff Lewis Channel for even more Jeff content streaming exclusively on the SiriusXM app channel 789.• • • Host - Jeff LewisGuests - Debbie Gibson, Carnie Wilson, & Shane DouglasExecutive Producer - Alyssa HeimrichSenior Producer & Editor - Jamison ScalaPhone Screener – Oscar Beltran
Episode 225: Sometimes the tidbits are plentiful. This week, Joe and Kari discuss (deep breath): Cyndi Lauper's new musical, news of a Debbie Gibson memoir, Moonlighting comes to streaming finally, Pat Benatar's daughters new single, and news of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony. PLUS, Joe's mini-review of the Squeeze/Psychedelic Furs show. WHEWMain Topic: Suggested by listener Dom, Joe and Kari take a look at some of the biggest and best hits of the 80's to come out of New Zealand. Of course, the Finn brothers are represented, as well as singles from Shona Laing, Patea Maori Club, and Satellite Spies.
Join us today on "Back to the 80s Radio" as we celebrate the enduring relevance of 80s music. Step into the time machine with us and revisit an era that continues to shape the musical landscape to this day.The 80s were a time of sonic innovation, where iconic artists pushed the boundaries of sound and style. From the infectious beats of Michael Jackson to the rebellious anthems of Madonna, the 80s delivered an eclectic mix of genres that laid the foundation for modern pop, rock, and electronic music.But what makes 80s music still resonate with audiences today? Tune in as we explore the timeless appeal of synth-driven melodies, big hair rock ballads, and the unforgettable fashion trends that continue to inspire artists and influencers alike. Discover how 80s classics have seamlessly integrated into contemporary hits, proving that great music knows no age.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5883226/advertisement
Qool DJ Marv Live at Soho House Manhattan - September 26 2023 - Back Inside --- https://qooldjmarv.bandcamp.com/album/sound-paths-v-1 https://www.sohohouse.com/en-us/houses/soho-house-new-york https://linktr.ee/qooldjmarv https://www.instagram.com/qooldjmarv/ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/3htIx3FIv9FXXKTkOOikVk?si=1UhAJP59Qu6Z3ariFGw_AQ Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/album/sound-paths-v-1/1702742287 Tidal: https://tidal.com/browse/album/310984613 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-C86fVlwg8M&list=OLAK5uy_kYyUnbkk0p_nyD0vXZPpOPHXSjARTnQVw
Episode 224: Joe and Kari had so much fun dissecting the National Music Survey in episode 214 that....well, they fell down the rabbit hole. One eBay purchase later, they're now the owner of several old 80's countdowns on vinyl. This week's episode takes a look at Countdown America from the week of February 18, 1989. It's the top 30 AC hits based on Radio and Records, hosted by the one and only Dick Clark! They discuss some of the singles from Carly Simon, Boy Meets Girl, Edie Brickell and New Bohemians, Chicago, and others! There's also a spotlight on Kenny G, but don't let that stop you from checking out the episode!
Although they'd achieved some hits with ballads that they had produced, Stock Aitken Waterman were better known for their uptempo pop/dance tracks, but in mid-1990, four ballads in a row emerged from the Hit Factory. Three of those were the latest releases in the jukebox era series of remakes, with Big Fun ("Hey There Lonely Girl"), Sonia ("End Of The World") and Jason Donovan ("Rhythm Of The Rain") all reinterpreting golden oldies. In the cases of those first two artists, it would be their final singles with SAW — and we discuss what became of both Big Fun and Sonia after they parted ways with PWL. Also this episode, Lonnie Gordon's long-awaited follow-up to "Happenin' All Over Again" finally hit stores, but it was a complete change in style from the song that had taken her into the UK top 5. Mike Stock, Julian Gingell and Lonnie herself talk about the situation involving soulful ballad "Beyond Your Wildest Dreams" being chosen over clubbier tracks "How Could He Do This To Me" and "If I Have To Stand Alone".Subscribe for bonus material at chartbeats.com.au/sawTwitter: @ChartBeatsAU, @MrMattDenbyInstagram: @chartbeatsauFacebook: Chart Beats: A Journey Through PopEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Just under forty years ago, we saw the theatrical release of what many would consider to be one of THE seminal concert movies. It featured one of the more enduring rock/funk/New Wave bands from that era.....NYC's own Talking Heads lead by innovative front-man David Byrne. He was also joined on stage by several supremely talented musicians including Jerry Harrison, Tina Weymouth, Chris Frantz, and Bernie Worrell among several others. It was all shot over four shows over four nights performed in southern California as part of their tour to promote their most recent album "Speaking in Tongues" which would also feature what would be their highest selling single, "Burning Down the House." It was directed by eventual Oscar winner Jonathan Demme (Silence of the Lambs) and the final product resulted in one HELL of a show which is about be re-released in the IMAX format.Host & Editor: Geoff GershonProducer: Marlene Gershon https://livingforthecinema.com/Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/Living-for-the-Cinema-Podcast-101167838847578Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/livingforthecinema/Letterboxd:https://letterboxd.com/Living4Cinema/
Qool DJ Marv Live at Soho House Manhattan - September19 2023 - Love 4 the Sake of Lurv - https://qooldjmarv.bandcamp.com/album/sound-paths-v-1 https://www.sohohouse.com/en-us/houses/soho-house-new-york https://linktr.ee/qooldjmarv https://www.instagram.com/qooldjmarv/ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/3htIx3FIv9FXXKTkOOikVk?si=1UhAJP59Qu6Z3ariFGw_AQ Apple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/album/sound-paths-v-1/1702742287 Tidal: https://tidal.com/browse/album/310984613 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-C86fVlwg8M&list=OLAK5uy_kYyUnbkk0p_nyD0vXZPpOPHXSjARTnQVw
Episode 223: This week's episode is a grab bag, odds and ends that Joe and Kari have collected over the past few weeks due to Instagram stories, Apple Music playlists, and suggestions from Loyal Listeners. First up is a gem from Tina Yothers (!), yes she attempted a pop music takeover, but was she successful? Up next are a couple of rap songs from the mid-80's that have ties to Sly Fox. Also, Stacey Q was putting out music before "Two of Hearts" made it big on the charts. Finally, an 80's music oddity that popped up recently in the Sex and the City reboot. The quizzing continues as well. Does Joe keep his lead against Kari after the most recent round?
TRAMPS LIVE! - 1996 FANTASY FESTIVAL featuring Erykah Badu :: The Roots :: Wyclef Jean :: Busta Rhymes :: De La Soul :: KRS-One and special guestsFantasy Fest 1996 is my releasing of bootleg recordings that I made to cassette tape as the opening DJ for all of the artists listed below. I will tell the story of how I got the gig at Tramps and how that gig opened many doors for me in the late 1990s.I did not copy or distribute any of these recordings until now. Why now? Well, as of August 2023, we are all observing and celebrating 50 years of Hip Hop and I thought that these recordings are a great contribution as they are documents of a time and a space (called Tramps)!Set times are listed so that you can skip back and forth...or you can let the entire 9+ hours play from beginning to end!0h0m – 1h31m Erykah Badu1h31m – 3h1m The Roots (Special guest Q-Tip)3h1m – 4h33m Wyclef Jean4h33m – 6h18m Qool DJ Marv opening for Busta Rhymes and De La Soul6h18m – 6h57m Busta Rhymes6h57m – 7h14m Qool DJ Marv Opening set part 27h14m – 8h19m De La Soul8h19m – End KRS-OneI hope that this capturing of New York City Hip Hop moments can stay posted, I will respect any artists request to take this collection of live performances down - @qooldjmarvPeace!#hiphop50 #hiphop #oldschoolhiphop #90shiphop #rapmusic---https://qooldjmarv.bandcamp.com/album/sound-paths-v-1https://www.sohohouse.com/en-us/houses/soho-house-new-york https://linktr.ee/qooldjmarvhttps://www.instagram.com/qooldjmarv/ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/3htIx3FIv9FXXKTkOOikVk?si=1UhAJP59Qu6Z3ariFGw_AQApple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/album/sound-paths-v-1/1702742287Tidal: https://tidal.com/browse/album/310984613Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-C86fVlwg8M&list=OLAK5uy_kYyUnbkk0p_nyD0vXZPpOPHXSjARTnQVw
Come on and "Celebrate" with Frizz and Bob as we listen to Madonna's debut album alongside a hefty swig of JANE Walker. From cartwheeling through Midwestern high school halls, to a dancer in New York City, to an international superstar, we learn the magic behind how Madonna crafted her signature and ever-changing look, how a Jellybean helped produce banger singles, and how Madonna knew from the start that she had what it takes to go from another post-disco club kid, to the queen of pop and the voice of an entire decade.
Qool DJ Marv Live at Soho House Manhattan - September 12 2023 - Class of 87 --- https://qooldjmarv.bandcamp.com/album/sound-paths-v-1https://www.sohohouse.com/en-us/houses/soho-house-new-york https://linktr.ee/qooldjmarvhttps://www.instagram.com/qooldjmarv/ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/3htIx3FIv9FXXKTkOOikVk?si=1UhAJP59Qu6Z3ariFGw_AQApple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/album/sound-paths-v-1/1702742287Tidal: https://tidal.com/browse/album/310984613Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-C86fVlwg8M&list=OLAK5uy_kYyUnbkk0p_nyD0vXZPpOPHXSjARTnQVw
Coohgroup presents Everybody Loves Roy Ayers DJ Tribute Parts One and Two - Recorded LIVE at Sanders Studios Brooklyn NY on Saturday September 9 2023It's the 10 year anniversary of this special tribute party conceived and put together by my brother Siddiq @coohcatgroup.Music by @djtahleim and me and we'll be playing originals, songs that sampled Mr. Ayers and artists from the Roy Ayers family tree.Marketplace and the @kinkytacotruck adds to the VIBES @ Sanders Studios 525 Waverly Ave (between Fulton St/Atlantic Ave). No cover. #everybodylovesroyayers #weliveinbrooklynbabyVibrations - Roy AyersA Tear To A Smile - Roy AyersBrand New Feeling (feat. Merry Clayton & Sylvia Cox) this - Roy AyersSoulful and Unique - Roy Ayers, Adrian Younge and Ali Shaheed MuhammadGotta Find A Lover - Roy AyersYou Send Me - Roy AyersMystic Voyage (feat. Carla Vaughn) - Roy AyersMy Life - Mary J. BligeFIND YOUR WINGS (Instrumental) - Tyler, The CreatorSynchronize Vibration - Roy Ayers, Adrian Younge and Ali Shaheed MuhammadRemember To Remember - Rick HolmesSunshine (Demo) - Roy AyersDaylight - RAMPSearching (original) - Roy AyersSearchin' (LIVE) - Roy AyersThe Black Five - Roy Ayers UbiquityRed Black And Green - Roy AyersAfrica Centre of the World (feat. Roy Ayers) - Fela KutiWe Live In Brooklyn, Baby (original) - Roy AyersMystic Voyage (live) - Roy AyersLove Will Bring Us Back Together - Roy AyersEverybody Loves The Sunshine - Roy AyersKwajilori - Roy AyersBlack Family - Roy AyersLong Time Ago - Roy Ayers2000 Blacks Got to be Free (feat. Roy Ayers) - Fela KutiRunning Away - Roy AyersSweet Tears – Roy AyersExpansions featuring Roy Ayers (12" Mix) - Scott GroovesDangerous Vibes (Heller & Farley Flute Dub) - Ferry UltraOur Time Is Coming - MAW, Roy AyersGet Up (feat. Roy Ayers) - Kyoto Jazz Massive / DJ KAWASAKICan't You See Me (LIVE) - Roy AyersHeat Of The Beat - Roy AyersFreaky Deaky - Roy AyersHey, Uh, What You Say Come On - Roy Ayers UbiquitySearching - The Africa 70 Version (Yoruba Soul/Suite) - Roy AyersPoo Poo La La - Roy Ayers(...then DJ Tahleim continued the vibes!)https://www.instagram.com/coohcatgroup/ + https://soundcloud.com/dj-tahleim + https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/djqoolmarvsoundshttps://linktr.ee/qooldjmarv
When they came to work with Stock Aitken Waterman, pop act Yell! had one top 10 hit under their belt already — a remake of Dan Hartman's "Instant Replay". Signed to Simon Cowell's Fanfare label, the duo comprised of Daniel James and Paul Varney recorded their follow-up, "One Thing Leads To Another", with SAW, but it was not the success anyone hoped it would be, despite being a fresh new sound from the Hit Factory and the guys both being talented singers. Paul joins us to discuss his start in the entertainment industry and Yell!'s short-lived career, while we explore the external factors that impacted their success, including record company wrangling and negative press that took a particularly cruel tone. As it would turn out, not even Jason Donovan was able to live up to his previous successes in mid-1990 as his latest single, "Another Night", became his first to miss the top 10. Jason talks about the reaction to that chart shock and why going out on the road later in the year would prove essential to his longevity. Mike Stock, Matt Aitken, Peter Day and David Howells also share their thoughts on the Between The Lines era of Jason's career. Subscribe for bonus material at chartbeats.com.au/sawTwitter: @ChartBeatsAU, @MrMattDenbyInstagram: @chartbeatsauFacebook: Chart Beats: A Journey Through PopEmail: email@example.com