Episode 598: Methed lady walks like David Byrne dances. One movie from every year of the 90's. Who goes down and who doesn't in the movie American Beauty? The vent is peeing in the basement. Brett gets a sound bath at a retreat with carpeted walls. Andrew fights two bears.
My guest today is award-winning sound supervisor, sound designer, and mixer Scott Gershin, who's audio work has enhanced a variety of different visual mediums in film, broadcast, streaming and games. Some of Scott's vast credits include major films like Pacific Rim, Hellboy 2, Chronicles of Riddick, Team America: World Police, Shrek, Star Trek, and American Beauty, and best-selling games like the Gears of War series, Epic Mickey, and the Resident Evil and Fable series. Scott has a talent for creating personalities with his voice, which has been tapped for such memorable movie characters such as Flubber, Disney's Herbie, Reapers in Blade II, The Dragon in Shrek, Kirchek in Tarzan, Leather Back in Pacific Rim, and Dog Fish in Pinocchio, to name just a few. During the interview we spoke about how much time it takes to generate deliverables for a movie, how he records sound effects like rocket launches and helicopters, what qualifies as great post-production, the difference in the mix between movies and television, how much gaming is different from other visual mediums, and much more. I spoke with Scott from studio in Burbank. On the intro I'll take a look at YouTube copyright strikes, and Ai noise-canceling headphones.
Kevin is joined by award-winning entertainment marketing executive and former CBS Films President, Terry PressTerry Press has held top marketing positions at studios like Disney, DreamWorks, and CBS Films. She's known for her brilliant campaigns for films like American Beauty, Gladiator, Shrek, and many more. In this conversation, we get an insider's peek at Terry's approach to movie marketing and what makes a film truly resonate with audiences. We also hear fun behind-the-scenes stories about working with talents like Steven Spielberg, Sam Mendes, and David Fincher.Early Years and Love of Old Hollywood (2:47) Terry shares how her love of classic Hollywood films was fostered by her parents at a young age. Emotional Storytelling and The Sound of Music (9:07) She explains why movies like The Sound of Music and American Beauty were so successful - they touched on universal human emotions and experiences. Behind the Scenes of Testing American Beauty (18:43) We get behind-the-scenes insight into testing American Beauty and why Terry knew it would connect despite mediocre audience testing scores. Marketing Gladiator to Appeal to Women (22:05) Terry explains how she strategized marketing Gladiator and its appeal to women based on the protagonist's family tragedy. Handling Creative Conflicts (25:46) Terry comments about periodic conflicting ideas between filmmakers and studio marketing executives regarding the creation of movie trailers. Candid Takes on Industry Legends (38:10)Terry gives her candid, rapid-fire takes on industry legends like Steven Spielberg, Sam Mendes, Jeffrey Katzenberg, and more. Shyness Behind a Tough Exterior (50:07) In a vulnerable moment, Terry reveals most don't know she's quite shy, despite her perceived tough exterior.Tune in for a fascinating conversation as Terry Press provides wisdom from film marketing insights to stories about Hollywood legends to her unique personal perspective. Terry is driven by a genuine passion for great movies and storytelling, and she understands how to craft campaigns that don't just sell films but reveal their deeper essence and meaning. It's no wonder Terry is so respected by giants like Spielberg and Katzenberg. Her marketing mastery, authenticity, and humanity shine through in this chat. If you enjoyed this episode, please leave us a review or connect on social media. We look forward to bringing you more revelations from behind the scenes next time on Don't Kill the Messenger!Host: Kevin GoetzGuest: Terry PressProducer: Kari CampanoWriters: Kevin Goetz, Darlene Hayman, and Kari CampanoFor more information about Terry Press:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/terry-press/Twitter: https://twitter.com/reata1956IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1437110/For more information about Kevin Goetz:Website: www.KevinGoetz360.comAudienceology Book: https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/Audience-ology/Kevin-Goetz/9781982186678Facebook, Twitter, Instagram: @KevinGoetz360Linked In @Kevin GoetzScreen Engine/ASI Website: www.ScreenEngineASI.com
"Ruby's Groovy Journey: Cannabis, Music, and the Deadhead Show"Larry Mishkin shares his excitement about the birth of his granddaughter, Ruby. He discusses how the song "Ruby Waves" by the band Phish may have inspired her name and how the family is already introducing her to great music. Larry also dives into Grateful Dead, sharing details about a 1979 concert from the Spectrum in Philadelphia and highlighting the song "Jack Straw."Larry then talks about recent Grateful Dead releases and encourages listeners to consider subscribing to annual releases for access to exclusive content. He provides insights into the song "Jack Straw," its lyrics, and the band's performance of it throughout the years. The episode also features the Jerry Garcia Band's song "Rubin and Cherise" and its connection to the love story of Ruby..Produced by PodConx Deadhead Cannabis Show - https://podconx.com/podcasts/deadhead-cannabis-showLarry Mishkin - https://podconx.com/guests/larry-mishkinRob Hunt - https://podconx.com/guests/rob-huntJay Blakesberg - https://podconx.com/guests/jay-blakesbergSound Designed by Jamie Humiston - https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamie-humiston-91718b1b3/Recorded on Squadcast INTRO: Ruby Waves Phish July 14, 2019 Alpine Valley, East Troy, WI Phish - 7/14/2019 - Ruby Waves - YouTube 0:09 – 1:35 Part of today's show is in honor of my first grandchild, Ruby, born late last month in Georgia. My son Matt is a huge Phish fan and his wife Elena enjoys them too if not quite to the same degree. But they both love this song which may or may not have been the inspiration for their daughter's name. Regardless, Ruby is wonderful and her father is already playing this clip by her bassinet – she lays there and smiles! Phish first played the song on June 18, 2019 at the Budweiser Stage in Toronto. Of the 164 Phish shows since that debut, the band has only performed it a total of 27 times (less than 2% of the Phish shows played since its debut), most recently October 11, 2023 at the Erwin Nutter Center on the campus of Wright State University in Dayton, OH. So not only was seeing this song a rarity, but this version is particularly well known as it is from a legendary show at Alpine Valley a few years ago. This particular version of Ruby Waves runs an incredible 38 minutes and was only one of the many highlights from that show (which featured a huge Olivia's Pool breakout among other big moments). Check out the clip, check out the show, and when you hear Ruby Waves think of little Ruby making her appearance into the world. DeadAlso featuring the Dead from The Spectrum in Philly 44 years ago today. A year of big transition, Jim Marty's first Dead show, and some almost under the radar amazing shows, including this one. An eleven song first set followed up by a four song second set (plus drums and space; who do these guys think they are, Phish?) and strong encore. Here is how it all started SHOW #1: Alabama Getaway Track No. 1 0:10 – 1:35 This is only the second time the Dead played this song in concert, the first being two nights earlier on Nov. 4th at the Providence Civic Center in Rhode Island. Song would first be released six months later (4.28.1980) on Dead's album, Go To Heaven. Ultimately played by the Dead 143 times, with an almost five year gap from 1990 – 1994, Jerry brought it back to the stage for a handful of performances in 1995, including the last one on June 2, 1995 at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, CA. Great cultural references to Alabama's complicated legacy, Bill Bojangles, the Twenty Third Psalm from the Bible and more. Great up-tempo tune usually played as a show opener, although it was known to move around from time to time. Extended this clip to catch the Brent breakout during the jam. Still new to the group Brent was not shy and made his presence known with authority even in the first year. SHOW #2: Jack Straw Track No. 10 3:16 – 4:47 One of the highlights of this show, fantastic version of this crowd pleaser and great jamming tune. Brent again jumping into the mix with his backing vocals and his strong keyboard work filling in the gaps. Written by Bobby and Robert Hunter, was never released on a studio album but was released on Europe '72 album. Originally, Bobby sang all the vocals, but at a show in Paris on May 3, 1972, Bobby and Jerry began trading off vocals on different verses and it stayed that way until the end. The song appeared in both the first and second sets until the band's short hiatus in 1974-1975. After re-forming, the song almost exclusively appeared in the first set. After Brent Mydland joined the band in 1979, the song almost exclusively opened the band's first set. The band also often extended the jam after the second verse after Mydland's joining, often extending the song to over six minutes. Dead and Company have also further extended the song, often adding an abstract opening jam prior to the song's first verse. Bob Weir stated in a 2004 interview that the song's lyrics were partly based on John Steinbeck's novel Of Mice and Men. The song's themes include riding the rails, the Great Depression, and hobo (homeless) camps of the era. Jack Straw is also—perhaps coincidentally—the name of the original plantation owner, who lived controversially with his gay lover, Peter Ochello, in Tennessee Williams's play Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Long a staple of live Dead shows, the song was first heard live on October 19, 1971 at Northrop Auditorium in Minneapolis (another legendary show due to it being Keith Godchaux's first show with the band AND the large number of breakout tunes including Tennessee Jed, Mexicali Blues, Comes A Time, One More Saturday Night, and Ramble On Rose – continuation and new wrinkles to their Americana style that began a year earlier with the releases of American Beauty and Workingman's Dead and now reflected Keith's newly introduced input from the grand piano). Ultimately played by the Dead a total of 476 times putting it very high up on the list of most played Dead tunes. Last played on July 8, 1995 at Soldier Field in Chicago. Time for more Ruby SHOW #3: Ruben and Cerise Grateful Dead March 17, 1991 Cap Center, Landover, MD Grateful Dead Live at Capitol Centre on 1991-03-17 : Free Borrow & Streaming : Internet Archive 2:05 – 2:29 Sweet Ruby dressed in Red is one of the main characters in this Garcia/Hunter song that was first released in April as the opening tune on the JBG's only studio album, Cats Under The Stars (Run For The Roses is considered a “studio album”). Although played with some frequency by the Jerry Garcia Band (76 times), the Grateful Dead only played it four times in concert, this clip being their breakout. Last played on June 19, 1991 at Buckeye Lake Music Theater in Thornville, OH. A classic tale of love found and lost set in the Carnival season in New Orleans. Beautiful lyrics for a sad and cautionary tale. Sorry to say I never saw it live by the Dead or JGB. I have seen it since by Phil, JRAD and others. Nice but not close to the same. Back to the Dead SHOW #4: Terrapin Station Track No. 12 8:00 – 9:31 Beautiful Hunter/Garcia epic mulit-part suite with Hunter composing the lyrics during a single sitting one night during a rare Bay Area lightning storm.On the same day, driving across the Richmond–San Rafael Bridge, lead guitarist Jerry Garcia was struck by the idea for a singular melodic line. He turned his car around and hurried home to set it down in notation before it escaped him. Hunter said "When we met the next day, I showed him the words and he said, 'I've got the music.' They dovetailed perfectly and Terrapin edged into this dimension." Hunter based the lyrics for the "Lady with a Fan" section on a traditional English folk song known variously as "The Lady of Carlisle", "The Bold Lieutenant" and "The Lion's Den". The ballad is No. 396 on the Roud Folk Song Index. It is also O 25 on the Laws list, which synopsizes "The lady decides to choose between two brothers who love her by determining which is braver. She tosses her fan into a lion's den and asks them to retrieve it." Hunter, who was also influenced by Sir Walter Scott, had composed "Terrapin Station" in two parts, the second never recorded or performed by the Grateful Dead.Drummer Bill Kreutzmann ironed out the arrangement, explaining "We sat down and mapped it out. I said, 'This is how the song goes.' I showed [Mickey] all the parts that I felt worked really well, he added a couple, and that's what the song is today. We went back into the studio the next night and got it right. With the drum parts worked out, everything else snapped together like puzzle pieces. As the opener of a four song second set, this is a strong version, jammed out, but not too much is a show highlight. Barely two years old (Terrapin Station album released on July 27, 1977, first performed a few months earlier on Feb. 26, 1977 at the Swing Auditorium in San Bernardino, CA) at this point, you can still hear Garcia playing around with the timing of the lyrics. Ultimately played in concert by the Dead 303 times with the last rendition on July 8, 1995 in Chicago. An song for fans of fun tales of all ages, I suspect young Ruby will become quite familiar with this tune over time! OUTRO: Goodbye Ruby Tuesday Rolling Stones Live – 1991 The Rolling Stones - Ruby Tuesday (Live) - Official 1991 - YouTube 1:52 – 3:12
When an unsuspecting woman stops at a remote gas station in the dead of night, she's locked inside and forced to listen to a podcast with questionable taste and morals. To survive she must not only scoff at their jokes, but also figure out who would actually listen to this and why. On Episode 587 of Trick or Treat Radio we discuss the Shudder Original film Night of the Hunted from director Franck Khalfoun! We also talk about music to summon a demon to, our favorite fruit spreads, and we get a tiny bit political and discuss real world events. So grab your bulletproof vest, take your favorite pharmaceutical, and strap on for the world's most dangerous podcast!Stuff we talk about: Real life horrors, Goofus and Gallant, putting the dick back in addicted, My Demon Lover, jelly jam or preserves?, petroleum jelly, Urine Flavored R. Jelly, Dokken, Guac and Shock, PLE, forbidden notes, Allegoria, Lords of Salem, The Gate, Deathgasm, Studio 666, Constantine TV Show, Sleepy Hollow, Hannibal, Fat Boys, Splattered Membrane, Matt Ryan, Garth Ennis, watersports in the shower, Call of Duty, Goldeneye, WCW vs. The World, Psycho Patrick, Lust for Life, Grand Theft Auto III, RIP Castle Wolfenstein, Richard Roundtree, From Dusk Till Dawn, Shaft, Se7en, Fred Williamson, Allen Funt, What Do You Say To A Naked Lady?, Fred Williamson, pupil shaming, Ocular Improvements, Alexandre Aja, Maniac (2012), Joe Spinell, William Lustig, Camille Rowe, Tom Hardy, Locke, gun control, strictly American problems, showing both sides of a situation, single location thriller, V/H/S/85, GODISNOWHERE, Italian Insurance Agency, pharmaceutical companies, Holy Shit!, Mt. Dew, Pringles, Spaghetti-Os, The Mist, American Beauty, MacGyver, Three Kings, Dark Clerks, leaving your phone in the car, Down Range, When Evil Lurks, Tales From Darkside, Halloween III: Season of the Witch, Tom Atkins, Danhausen, Joe Bob Briggs, Demons II, All Hallows Evil, Art the Clown, Transylvania 6-5000, Michael Richards, and Go Funt Yourself!Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradioJoin our Discord Community: discord.trickortreatradio.comSend Email/Voicemail: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.orgVisit our website: http://trickortreatradio.comStart your own podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=386Use our Amazon link: http://amzn.to/2CTdZzKFB Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/trickortreatradioTwitter: http://twitter.com/TrickTreatRadioFacebook: http://facebook.com/TrickOrTreatRadioYouTube: http://youtube.com/TrickOrTreatRadioInstagram: http://instagram.com/TrickorTreatRadioSupport the show
We get blown away by our films this week, not unlike a plastic bag in the wind! Max finds beauty as romance evades him, Tim goes for a run, Jarrod throws down a gauntlet, our ABC's, greeting cards with cheese and much more. Enjoy the reviews, friends! #TapesAndScowls, #TAS, #CapesAndScowls, #MoviePodcast, #Movies, #Movie, #MarathonMan, #PulpFiction, #Tarantino, #AmericanBeauty, #500DaysOfSummer, #Romance, #IndieMovies, #OscarWinners --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/capesandscowls/support
"Middle-Aged and Older Patients Report Improved Health with Medical Marijuana"Larry Mishkin discusses a recent study from the University of Florida which shows that medical marijuana use can lead to lower pain levels and reduced dependency on opioids and psychiatric prescriptions among middle-aged and older chronic pain patients. Participants in the study reported improved physical and mental functioning, better sleep quality, and reduced anxiety. The research adds to the growing body of evidence supporting the therapeutic benefits of medical cannabis for pain management..Produced by PodConx Deadhead Cannabis Show - https://podconx.com/podcasts/deadhead-cannabis-showLarry Mishkin - https://podconx.com/guests/larry-mishkinRob Hunt - https://podconx.com/guests/rob-huntJay Blakesberg - https://podconx.com/guests/jay-blakesbergSound Designed by Jamie Humiston - https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamie-humiston-91718b1b3/Recorded on Squadcast Grateful Dead, October 16, 1989, Melk Weg Club, Amsterdam, the NetherlandsGrateful Dead Live at Club Melk Weg on 1981-10-16 : Free Borrow & Streaming : Internet Archive Second of two night stand at this famous hash bar that only held about 500 people in the room in which the Dead performed. Very cool and famous club in Amsterdam, one of the best known hash bars. Went there one time in 1988 with good buddies Mikey and H. A highlight of our trip. Another good buddy, Freddie Burp, was spending the school year abroad in the fall of 1981 and was one of the lucky ones who were present for this show. He's a tough guy to get a hold of, but maybe some day I can get him on the show to talk about this concert. INTRO: The Race Is On Track No. 8 1:10 – 2:24 Show had an acoustic first set and an electric second set. Many of the songs in the acoustic set we featured a few weeks ago from the September, 1980 show at the Warfield Theater in San Francisco as part of the recordings for the Dead's Reckoning album. So I went with this one which has always been one of my favorites ever since my good buddy Mikey (who took me to three of my first four shows) used to play it for me as we drove through the northwoods of Wisconsin on nights out from the summer camp where we were spending the summer in 1981. "The Race Is On" is a song written by Don Rollins (not to be confused with the Don Rollins who co-wrote "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere" for Alan Jackson and Jimmy Buffett) and made a hit on the country music charts by George Jones and on the pop and easy listening charts by the unrelated Jack Jones. George's version was the first single released from his 1965 album of the same name. Released as a single in September 1964, it peaked at number three on the BillboardHot Country Singles chart and at number 96 on the BillboardHot 100 in January 1965. Jack's version topped Billboard'sEasy Listening chart and reached number 15 on the Hot 100 the same year. The two recordings combined to reach number 12 on the Cashbox charts, which combined all covers of the same song in one listing and thus gave George Jones his only top-40 hit. The song uses thoroughbred horse racing as the metaphor for the singer's romantic relationships. Rockabilly artist Dave Edmunds, in collaboration with the Stray Cats, whose debut album Edmunds had recently produced, recorded a version for his 1981 album, Twangin.... Stray Cats drummer Slim Jim Phantom recalled Edmunds' affection for the song when he was courting the band to produce their debut album: "We met with Edmunds at his house. He had a little pub in his basement. He had a finished basement, outside of London. Edmunds had a jukebox, a little jukebox. He had 'The Race is On' and 'Rockabilly Boogie' by Johnny Burnette. He had those records in his jukebox. We all looked at each other and said, 'This is it.'" Phantom also recalled that the song took "one or two takes" in the studio.Thank you. Covered by: Jack Jones Loretta Lynn Alvin and the Chipmunks for their 1965 album, “Chipmunks a Go Go” Waylon Jennings The Georgia Satellites from 1965 debut album, “Keep The Faith” Elvis Costello And others Dead played it 60times in concert First: December 31, 1969 at Boston Tea Party in Boston Last: May 20, 1995 at Sam Boyd Silver Bowl, Las Vegas SHOW #1: Ripple Track No. 9 1:50 – 3:06 We prominently featured this song form the Warfield show and talked about how it was last played ever on Sept. 3, 1988 at the Cap Center. What makes this version we just listened to so special is that this was the last Ripple played by the Dead until the Cap Center show, a seven year gap, and that that was it, no more Ripple. So this is the last accoustic Ripple ever played since the Cap Center was electric. Maybe the most famous Dead tune ever, from American Beauty, Hunter's lyrics and Jerry's music mesh together in a way to make this tune not just one of the best Dead tunes ever, but one of the best tunes ever, IMHO! SHOW #2: Hully Gully Track No. 12 0:15 – 1:38 "(Baby) Hully Gully" is a song written by Fred Sledge Smith and Cliff Goldsmith and recorded by The Olympics, an American doo-wop group formed in 1957. Released in 1959 on the album, “Doin' the Hully Gully”, it peaked at number 72 on the Billboard Hot 100 in February 1960 and sparked the Hully Gully dance craze. Covered by: Buddy Guy Chubby Checkers The Ventures The Beach Boys Many others Peter Pan Peanut Butter add jingle in the 1980's The Dead's version of this song from this show is the only time they played it in concert. SHOW #3: Gloria Track No. 15 2:15 – 3:45 "Gloria" is a rock song written by Northern Irish singer-songwriter Van Morrison, and originally recorded by Morrison's band Them in 1964. It was released as the B-side of "Baby, Please Don't Go” on December 2, 1964. The song became a garage rock staple and a part of many rock bands' repertoires. According to Morrison, he wrote "Gloria" while performing with the Monarchs in Germany in the summer of 1963, at just about the time he turned 18 years old. He started to perform it at the Maritime Hotel when he returned to Belfast and joined up with the Gamblers to form the band Them. He would ad-lib lyrics as he performed, sometimes stretching the song to 15 or 20 minutes. After signing a contract with Dick Rowe and Decca, Them went to London for a recording session at Decca Three Studios in West Hampstead on 5 April 1964; "Gloria" was one of the seven songs recorded that day. Alan Henderson (guitar) contends that Them constituted the first rock group to use two drummers on a recording. Although some sources claim that Jimmy Page played second guitar, other sources deny this. Covered by: The Doors – The Doors performed the song several times in 1966 and 1967, with one recording released on Alive, She Cried (1983). It was also released as a single, which reached number 18 on Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks and number 71 on Billboard Hot 100 in 1983. The song is included on Legacy: The Absolute Best (2003) and The Very Best of The Doors (2007). Patti Smith - Patti Smith recorded it for her album Horses in 1975. Based on the Van Morrison tune, the lyrics had been adapted from an early poem, 'Oath'. Smith's band had started to play the song live and merged it with the poem by 1974, so the song contained half of Smith's own words. For the recording of her debut album, Smith and her band recorded the song live and, after mixing, chose it as the album's opener. In 1993, Van Morrison recorded a version with John Lee Hooker, which reached the Top 40 in several countries. For the Dead, this was the first time they played it live in concert. They wound up playing it only a total of 14 times Last played on June 30, 1995 at Three Rivers Stadium in Pittsburgh I was lucky enough to catch it on June 25, 1992 at Soldier Field. SHOW #4: Turn On Your Lovelight Track No. 16 1:03 – 2:33 "Turn On Your Love Light" is a rhythm and blues song recorded by Bobby Bland in 1961. It was both an important R&B and pop chart hit for Bland and has become one of his most identifiable songs. A variety of artists have recorded it, including the Grateful Dead, who made it part of their concert repertoire. was written by band leader and arranger Joe Scott (with an additional credit given to Duke Records owner/producer Don Robey aka Deadric Malone). Scott's brass arrangement "upped the excitement ante" with "the groove picking up momentum as the horns and percussion talk to each other" and Bland's vocal "riding on top". In 1967, "Turn On Your Love Light" became a staple of Grateful Dead concerts, sung by Ron McKernan: a 15-minute rendition is on their 1969 double live album Live/Dead. McKernan's final performance of "Love Light" – complete with extended vocal raps – occurred at the Lyceum Theatre, London, during the Europe '72 tour. Versions with McKernan were often very long due to long vocal raps, instrumental jams, and drum solos throughout. A version performed at the 1969 Woodstock Festival lasted more than 45 minutes. The Grateful Dead later revived the song in the early 1980s with Bob Weir singing. Before this show at the Melk Weg, the last time the Dead had played it in concert was on May 24,1972 at the Lyceum Ballroom in London at the very end of the Europe '72 tour. In other words, this was the Dead's first performance of the song without Pigpen on lead. Dead went on to play it a lot after this show right up until the end. Bobby played it well, but never even tried the rap that Pig made famous in his extended versions. No Box Back Knitties when Bobby sang it. Dead played it 355 times in concert! Originally part of the Dark Star>St. Stephen>The Eleven>Lovelight suite of songs that the Dead played constantly during the primal Dead years in the late ‘60's. First played on August 4, 1967 at the O'Keefe Center in Toronto Last played on June 19, 1975 at Giants Stadium in New Jersey When my good buddy Marc started seeing the Dead in 1984, we joked that every time he went to a show they played Lovelight. Not a bad thing to be associated with. Always fun to hear it in concert even without Pig. OUTRO: Sugar Magnolia Track No. 20 6:30 – 8:05 One of the best Dead tunes of all time and the ultimate show closer. Always nice to add a little Sunshine Daydream to your day! The boys jam the hell out of it here, a 10+ minute version to close out a remarkable one of a kind Dead show. Either you were there or you missed it. What being a Deadhead is all about.
MIGHTY BABY - "I'M FROM THE COUNTRY" ("MIGHTY BABY", 1969) / FAIRPORT CONVENTION - "TALE IN HARD TIME" ("WHAT WE DID IN OUR HOLIDAYS", 1969) / LOVE - "WILLOW WILLOW" ("OUT HERE", 1969) / GRATEFUL DEAD - "BROKEDOWN PALACE" ("AMERICAN BEAUTY", 1970) / BRINSLEY SCHWARZ - "HYMN TO ME" ("BRINSLEY SCHWARZ", 1970) / BADFINGER - "I DON'T MIND" ("NO DICE", 1970) / GARY FARR - "TAKE SOMETHING WITH YOU" ("TAKE SOMETHING WITH YOU", 1969) / TREES - "THE GREAT SILKIE" ("THE GARDEN OF JANE DELAWNEY", 1970) / FAIRPORT CONVENTION - "AUTOPSY" ("UNHALFBRICKING", 1969) / FAMILY - "LIVES AND LADIES" ("ANYWAY", 1970) / TRAFFIC - "WITHERING TREE" ("LAST EXIT", 1969) / JEFFERSON AIRPLANE - "TURN MY LIFE DOWN" ("VOLUNTEERS", 1969) /JEFFERSON AIRPLANE Escuchar audio
We're trying something new in this episode. The Grateful Dead's 'American Beauty' is one of my absolute favourite albums, securing a place on my personal "Mt. Rushmore," and is an album I always associate with this time of year. This time two years ago, I was writing and editing for a music magazine, and wrote an article on 'American Beauty' that was never published. I stumbled upon it recently and thought I would read it to you all, more like a bedtime story than a typical episode...For an extensive examination of the album, please refer to Episode 26, which happens to be one of my personal favourites...Support the showSubscribe to Rock Talk with Dr. Cropper +Instagram & TikTok — @rocktalk.dr.cropperTwitter — @RockTalkDrCroppFacebook, LinkedIn & YouTube — Rock Talk with Dr. CropperEmail — email@example.com
In Canada beauty, Mita and Nadeem watch the best picture winner from 1999, "American Beauty". No roses were used or abused in the recording of this podcast. Carnations on the other hand...
On this weeks episode I had an amazing conversation with Grammy award winning artist ALYA. ALYA's musical style seamlessly blends elements of inspiration, pop and dance, resulting in a distinctive and mesmerizing sound. Her ability to express raw emotions through her music and majestic voice has garnered her a loyal and devoted fan base and made her climb the charts. Throughout her career, ALYA has been recognized for her talent and artistic vision, which will catch listeners' attention once again, with the upcoming music video for ‘Crazy', where the main theme of overwhelming love will be twisted and analyzed from the perspective of human's insatiable love for A.I. ALYA amasses extensive followers between Facebook and Instagram. Her previous music videos have obtained well over 50 million in viewership and a single Instagram video post has garnered her hundreds of thousands of views. Her last single “Pleasure Is Mine” became viral on TikTok, bringing over a million views. When it comes to National U.S. press pursuits, ALYA is a staple in celebrity magazines such as Star, OK, Us Weekly, Life & Style, Hollywood Life, and In Touch Weekly, on both their online and physical circulations consistently. Born and raised in the Soviet Union, ALYA's passion for music began at the young age of 7. Her journey as an artist started with classical training as a vocalist, which laid a solid foundation for her musical prowess. Her debut concept album, “Ten Years of Solitude," received critical acclaim, showcasing her ability to create ethereal melodies and lyrics that strike a chord with her listener's hearts. Her singles “American Beauty” and “Pleasure Is Mine” have graced the charts, earning her a reputation as a rising star in the music industry. Beyond her musical endeavors, ALYA is also known for her philanthropic efforts. Her belief in using her platform for positive change has made her an inspirational figure in both the music community and across the globe. Prepare yourself to be enchanted by the artistry of ALYA.
Washington University in St. Louis でそれぞれ独立PIになる井上昌俊さん（@feynman1104）と井上清香さん（@s_k_inoue）がゲスト。最新ジョブハント事情、パートナーとのジョブハント、WashUでの研究プランなど（9/5 収録） Show Notes (番組HP): ジョブハント編 アメリカでPIになる: 井上さんによる就活日記。これを開きつつ聴くのを推奨 井上さんNR過去出演回 1 2 3 尾藤研 Deisseroth lab（D-lab） 昌俊さん過去の仕事 森憲作先生 Nirao Shah lab 清香さん過去の仕事 WashU, Radiology, Biophotonics Research Center WashU, Psychiatry Rent vs Buy 苅郷さん（NR出演回は上述の過去出演回３） 加藤さん のNR出演回 ChRmine論文 R1大学 全米大学協会 言い忘れてましたが、主にMSTPプログラムがあるところに応募しました オススメ日本の就活YouTubeビデオ：コレやアレ (注)あくまでも息抜きに見てください。 オススメ英語の話し方YouTubeビデオ：この方のチャンネルは、アメリカでのキャリアディベロップメントに役立つスキルが沢山学べます。(清) 2nd authorになってるやつ HarvardでAffirmative actionが違法に StanfordのDEI関連ポスドクコミュニティ NeuroMatch Academy Stanfordで教育の活動、BioBuds：自分の研究について1コマ喋ることができる、シラバスにも載っているプログラムがあります。(清) Bay area近辺の小学校に行っていた活動：SiE Stanford, 中学校でやるやつの募集：Stanford Brain Day Talia Lerner Taliaのtips 内規、例えばコレとかソレとかアレ。WashUのSchool of Arts and Sciences WashUのNeuroscience Community 新しく作られるNeuroscience Building ステロイドホルモンが神経回路にどう影響するか、どう薬に応用するか？ Active Researchはこちら ”中西部サボテン”の回 (誤った認識に基づいた偏見です、本当にすみません… 脇 ネタとして楽しんでます…清) WashU 日本人Alumni: セントルイス・ワシントン大学の教員 廣川先生 早石修先生 追悼インタビュー 岡崎令治先生 岡崎フラグメント 1 2 Arthur Kornberg 新ラボ宣伝編 WashU RadiologyでPET scannerが開発された (昌、追記) WashUはPET開発が盛ん ChRmine, ratでtranscranial stimulation Photoacoustic imaging, 脳への応用は例えばこれ Shapiro lab マウスの更年期障害モデル 井上さんがやっている摘出系 宮道先生が最近出された年齢を重ねるにつれてARC kissのActivity dynamicsが変化する、の仕事 Ageに伴いEstrous cycleがAcyclicになっていく(Fig2)。この1つのFigだけでも仕事量がすごい。(清) FDA approved 産後うつ治療薬 Zuranolone (SAGE-217/BIIB125) WashUのInternal Funding これでも一部なのです！(清) Photoacousticのコアの装置 装置開発しているラボ＠biomedical engineering Wash U のNeuroscience Retreat Unitedの上級クレカ 追記（昌）、Green card holderなら、Priority passとGlobal entryペアがベストではと思います。 モンサント シグマアルドリッチ セントルイスの水運と発展の歴史 WashU 1853年創立 Weee!（まささんreferral） セントルイスの治安、エリア別 北側と東側が街全体の犯罪率を釣りあげている セントルイスは住みやすい 2010年とやや古い資料ですが、羊土社のWashU在籍日本人ポスドクへのアンケート バドワイザー セントルイスピザ 彼を知り己を知れば百戦殆からず：Future PI SlackJob Applications 2022-2023 North America only NeuroJobs Editorial Notes: 自分のを改めて聞きましたら、緊張のせいか（？）あまりにも淡々とした生真面目なトーンすぎて、これではPrescreeningインタビューでの通過が怪しい感じが…。次回以降も呼ばれるようにYoutubeを見て話術を鍛えなおします。(昌) NRのお二人は本当に良いコンビで、またまた楽しくお話しさせて頂き、ありがとうございました 。Faculty jobを得るまでには、本当に多くの方々よりアドバイスやサポートを頂きました。心から感謝するとともに、自分も恩送りをしたいと思っています。お気軽にご相談ください。またS Inoueラボは絶賛ラボメンバー募集中です！興味がありましたら、こちらもお気軽にご連絡ください。(清) ワシントンが偉人すぎて地理的感覚が…ちなみにマサチューセッツ州にもワシントンがあります。初期ゲストが伏線回収していく姿を収録できて感激です、ありがとうございました！またよろしくお願いします。 (脇) UWはユーワシュじゃなくてユーダブです、紛らわしい。ちなみにDEIの話とかしてるのにケビン・スペーシーはどうなのよ...という感じですが、American Beauty派です (萩)
"Jamming at Borderland: Goose, Trey Anastasio, and More Shine Bright"Larry Mishkin welcomes the Deadhead Cannabis Show's sound editor, Jamie Humiston to discuss his experience at the Borderland Music and Arts Festival. Jamie highlights various bands that performed, including Goose, Trey Anastasio's Classic Tab, and The Infamous Stringdusters. Jamie shares their impressions of the festival's atmosphere, mentions a cannabis-infused hot sauce that he discovered, and provides insights into the different musical acts. The conversation touches on the evolving jam band scene and the unique charm of festivals..Produced by PodConx Deadhead Cannabis Show - https://podconx.com/podcasts/deadhead-cannabis-showLarry Mishkin - https://podconx.com/guests/larry-mishkinRob Hunt - https://podconx.com/guests/rob-huntJay Blakesberg - https://podconx.com/guests/jay-blakesbergSound Designed by Jamie Humiston - https://www.linkedin.com/in/jamie-humiston-91718b1b3/Recorded on Squadcast Going with a hot one, September 25, 1980Grateful Dead Live at Warfield Theater on 1980-09-25 : Free Borrow & Streaming : Internet Archive Opening night of the Grateful Dead's Warfield/Radio City acoustic/electric runs, recorded every night and best wound up on Reckoning (acoustic) and Dead Set (electric) Warfield Run – September 25, 1980 – October 14, 1980Radio City Run – October 22, 1980 – October 31, 1980 Prior to these shows, had not played a full acoustic set in concert since 1970 or maybe early 1971. As a result, a good number of songs that the Dead liked to play acoustic had not been heard in a number of years before this show. first "Ain't No Lie" - last "All Around This World": 02-14-70  - last "Bird Song": 09-15-73  - last "Dark Hollow": 04-29-71  - last "Monkey & Engineer": 12-31-70  - last "Ripple": 04-29-71  - last "Rosalie McFall": 11-08-70  - last "Roses": 01-12-79  INTRO: Birdsong Track No. 1 1:00 – 2:13 From Jerry's first solo album, “Garcia” released Jan 20, 1972. Robert Hunter lyrics: Robert Hunter originally wrote the song as a tribute for Janis Joplin. Phil Lesh now sings "All I know is something like a bird within him sang", transfering it Jerry Garcia instead. First played Feb. 19, 1971 Capitol Theater Port Chester Last played June 30, 1995 Three Rivers Stadium, Pittsburgh Played by the Dead 300 times in concert This was the first time played since 9.15.73 (382 shows) This version is amazing both because it is acoustic and Jerry's voice is so strong. Makes you fall in love with the song all over again, or, as One Armed Lary would say, “taste it again for the first time” although I don't think he was talking about this song, or any song, when he said it (Deer Creek 1989). SHOW #1: I've Been All Around This World Track No. 2 1:23 – 2:16 The origins of I've Been All Around This World are not easy to trace. It possibly derives from a number of different songs. The 'Hang Me, Oh Hang Me' verse is thought to derive from the traditional song My Father Was A Gambler, a US ballad, which is thought to be about a murderer who was hanged in 1870. The song has also been collected under such titles as "Diggin' on the New Railroad", “The Gambler, ” “My Father Was a Gambler,” “The New Railroad,” “The Hobo's Lament,” “The Hobo's Blues” and "Hang Me, Oh Hang Me". In 1930, George Milburn published a book entitled the Hobo's Hornbook that included a version of “I've Been All Round this World”. It was also found in Henry Marvin Belden's "Ballads and Songs Collected by the Missouri Folk-Lore Society". The book was printed in 1940 but the song was "secured by Miss Frances Barbour in 1917 from the singing of Minnie Doyle of Arlington, Phelps County [MO]". Dead's version is “Traditional, arranged by the Grateful Dead and they all get credit (Pig Pen days)Released on History of the Grateful Dead, Vol. ! Bear's Choice (a live album by the Grateful Dead. It is their fourth live album and their ninth album overall. Released in July 1973 on Warner Bros. Records, it offers concert highlights recorded February 13 and 14, 1970 at the Fillmore East in New York City. Often known simply as Bear's Choice, the title references band soundman Owsley "Bear" Stanley. It was originally intended to be the first volume of a series.) First played by the Dead on December 19, 1969 at the Fillmore West Last played by the Dead on December 31, 1980 Oakland Civic Auditorium Played a total of 19 times in concert This was the first time played by the Dead since Feb. 14, 1970 (706 shows) I really love the acoustic guitar in this version. Jerry can pick with the best of them. BORDERLAND SEPT. 15, 16 AND 17EAST AURORA, NY (JUST OUTSIDE OF BUFFALO)5th year The Borderland Music + Arts Festival celebrates the rich history and renaissance of the region with a three-day music and cultural festival set in one of the most scenic and storied grounds in all of New York State, Knox Farm State Park. Great lineup with headliners: Goose TAB Moe.Also featuring: Infamous String Dusters Dawes Sammy Rae and Friends Neal Francis Not Fade Awa Band (Dead and Zeppelin covers) Eric Krasno Brandford Marsalis Anders Osborne Etc. Jamie Humiston was there.Jamie – discuss festival, highs, favorite acts, etc. SHOW #2: SONG FROM BORDERLAND GOOSE SHOW #3: SONG FROM BORDERLAND TREY AND DAWES Back to the Dead from 9.25.1980 SHOW #4: Oh Babe It Ain't No Lie Track No. 8 :10 – 1:35 By Elizabeth “Libba” Cotton January 5, 1893 – June 29, 1987) was an American folk and bluesmusician. She was a self-taught left-handed guitarist who played a guitar strung for a right-handed player, but played it upside down. This position meant that she would play the bass lines with her fingers and the melody with her thumb. Her signature alternating bass style has become known as "Cotten picking".NPR stated "her influence has reverberated through the generations, permeating every genre of music."Her album Folksongs and Instrumentals with Guitar (1958), was placed into the National Recording Registry by the Library of Congress, and was deemed as "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant". The album included her signature recording "Freight Train", a song she wrote in her early teens. In 1984, her live album Elizabeth Cotten Live!, won her a Grammy Award for Best Ethnic or Traditional Folk Recording, at the age of 90. That same year, Cotten was recognized as a National Heritage Fellow by the National Endowment for the Arts. In 2022, she was posthumously inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, as an early influence. David Dodd: The song debuted in the Dead's repertoire during their Warfield run on September 25, 1980, and was then played ten times over the course of the acoustic shows at the Warfield and Radio City Music Hall runs. After that, it made three more appearances, in one-off situations such as an acoustic set at the Mill Valley Recreation Center, or in the Netherlands for an acoustic set, and finally at Marin Vets, on March 28, 1984, in a performance that kicked off the second set, without Weir and Mydland onstage.However, I know the song had been “around” for much longer than that. It appears on the studio outtakes from Garcia's Reflections album, as released in the All Good Things box set. And personal interviews with Garcia's circle of acquaintances in Palo Alto in the early 1960s make it explicitly clear that he was familiar with the work of Libba Cotten. So I expect Garcia had performed the song many times during his folkie period, and it may have been in the Jug Band repertoire. Dodd: An avid Grateful Dead concertgoer for more than two decades, David Dodd is a librarian who brings to the work a detective's love of following a clue as far as it will take him. Author of:The Annotated Grateful Dead Lyrics OUTRO: Ripple Track No. 9 3:04 – 4:30 From American Beauty (Released Nov. 1970) Robert Hunter wrote this song in 1970 in London on the same afternoon he wrote "Brokedown Palace" and "To Lay Me Down" (reputedly drinking half a bottle of retsina in the process ). The song debuted August 18, 1970 at Fillmore West in San Francisco. Jerry Garcia wrote the music to this song. Between 1970 and 1971 the Grateful Dead played the gorgeous Garcia/Hunter tune “Ripple” a number of times both electric and acoustic before putting the song in mothballs until 1980. Though the Dead performed “Ripple” a whopping 27 times acoustically in 1980 and then once again unplugged in 1981, it disappeared from the repertoire for the final 14 years of the band's career with one exception. On September 3, 1988 the Grateful Dead busted out an electric “Ripple” for the first time in 17 years for what would be the final performance of the tune.As the story goes, which is unconfirmed, the band was approached by the Make-A-Wish Foundation with a request from a young fan dying of cancer. The Grateful Dead were asked to perform “Ripple” at their September 3, 1988 show in Landover, Maryland. Jerry Garcia & Co. honored the request by ending the evening with the tender ballad. “Ripple” hadn't been played in any form in 459 shows and it had been 1,113 performances since the last electric version of the American Beauty stunner which took place at New York City's Fillmore East. As you can imagine, the crowd went absolutely ape shit the moment the “Ripple” bust out begins.That was also the night of the rehearsal dinner for my wedding weekend in Chicago. A number of my good Deadhead friends were in town celebrating with my wife and me and much later that night (remember, no cell phones or internet or on-line set lists. Had to wait for the 800 RUN DEAD line to be updated and then be able to get through. Somehow even by those standares word got around very fast and my buddies were not at all pleased since many of them would have undoubtedly been at that show (although, since it was a second encore a number of fans had already walked out of the Cap Center and then desperately tried to get back in.No better way to end any show, including this one. Music Stories:Neil Young & Crazy Horse Deliver ‘Tonight's The Night' and ‘Everybody Knows This is Nowhere' in Full Bobby Weir & Wolf Bros Announces Three-Night New Year's Eve Stand in Fort Lauderdale Phish to Bring Four-Night New Year's Run Back to Madison Square Garden