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Sound Opinions
Songs About Photography, Marty Perez & RIP David Crosby

Sound Opinions

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 50:51


Jim and Greg talk with longtime music photographer Marty Perez about his new career-spanning book, "Kill A Punk For Rock & Roll." They also share their favorite songs about photography and pay tribute to David Crosby.Join our Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3sivr9TBecome a member on Patreon: https://bit.ly/3slWZvcSign up for our newsletter: https://bit.ly/3eEvRnGMake a donation via PayPal: https://bit.ly/3dmt9lUSend us a Voice Memo: Desktop: bit.ly/2RyD5Ah  Mobile: sayhi.chat/soundopsFeatured SongsThe Kinks, "People Take Pictures of Each Other," The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society, Pye, 1968The Beatles, "With A Little Help From My Friends," Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, Capitol, 1967Crosby, Stills and Nash, "Long Time Gone," Crosby, Stills and Nash, Atlantic, 1969David Crosby, "Cowboy Movie," If I Could Only Remember My Name, Atlantic, 1971Spoon, "I Turn My Camera On," Gimme Fiction, Matador, 2005Yes, "Into the Lens," Drama, Atlantic, 1980Pink, "Family Portrait," Missundaztood, Arista, 2001Ringo Starr, "Photograph," Ringo, Apple, 1973Kevin Morby, "This Is A Photograph," This Is A Photograph, Dead Oceans, 2022Patti Smith, "Gloria," Horses, Arista, 1975The Kinks, "Picture Book," The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society, Pye, 1968Duran Duran, "Girls On Film," Duran Duran, EMI, 1981Ice Cube, "Who Got the Camera," The Predator, Priority, 1992Outkast, "Hey Ya!," Speakerboxxx/The Love Below, Arista, 2003Mission of Burma, "This Is Not a Photograph," Signals, Calls and Marches, Ace of Hearts, 1980The Cure, "Pictures of You," Disintegration, Fiction, 1989Labradford, "S," Mi Media Naranja, Kranky, 1998

This Is Nashville
Dating and looking for love in Nashville

This Is Nashville

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2023 50:36


From the rise of dating apps to a global pandemic, finding romance has changed a lot over the past couple years. In today's episode, we're talking about what it's like navigating Nashville's dating scene with experts, local singles and bartenders. But first, we're joined by Tennessee Lookout senior reporter Anita Wadhwani and WPLN contributer Natasha Senjanovic to discuss the departure of the longtime executive director of the Tennessee Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual Violence. Guests:  Abigail Trozenski, Vanderbilt Ph.D. candidate who has written about how dating apps have changed due to COVID-19 DaMarrus Miller, single and on the apps Desirée Arista, single and doesn't care for the apps Katie Saddiq, manager and bartender at Rosemary & Beauty Queen Jenn Jackson, bartender at the Blue Aster

Packet Pushers - Network Break
Network Break 413: 800G Switches, Intel's Big Hopes For 4th-Gen CPUs, And Reading Cyber Insurance Fine Print

Packet Pushers - Network Break

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 40:38


Take a Network Break! This week's episode covers a bunch of tech news including Arista rolling out a heap of new switches, Intel pinning its comeback hopes on newly released Xeon CPUs, a serious exploit of a Fortinet SSL VPN vulnerability, Dell pulling away from China-made chips, and more. The post Network Break 413: 800G Switches, Intel’s Big Hopes For 4th-Gen CPUs, And Reading Cyber Insurance Fine Print appeared first on Packet Pushers.

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Network Break 413: 800G Switches, Intel's Big Hopes For 4th-Gen CPUs, And Reading Cyber Insurance Fine Print

Packet Pushers - Full Podcast Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 40:38


Take a Network Break! This week's episode covers a bunch of tech news including Arista rolling out a heap of new switches, Intel pinning its comeback hopes on newly released Xeon CPUs, a serious exploit of a Fortinet SSL VPN vulnerability, Dell pulling away from China-made chips, and more. The post Network Break 413: 800G Switches, Intel’s Big Hopes For 4th-Gen CPUs, And Reading Cyber Insurance Fine Print appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Packet Pushers - Fat Pipe
Network Break 413: 800G Switches, Intel's Big Hopes For 4th-Gen CPUs, And Reading Cyber Insurance Fine Print

Packet Pushers - Fat Pipe

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 40:38


Take a Network Break! This week's episode covers a bunch of tech news including Arista rolling out a heap of new switches, Intel pinning its comeback hopes on newly released Xeon CPUs, a serious exploit of a Fortinet SSL VPN vulnerability, Dell pulling away from China-made chips, and more. The post Network Break 413: 800G Switches, Intel’s Big Hopes For 4th-Gen CPUs, And Reading Cyber Insurance Fine Print appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Musiques du monde
Rébellion Afrobeat avec la famille Kuti

Musiques du monde

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2023 48:30


La Philharmonie de Paris et le Musée de la musique rendent hommage à Fela Anikulapo Kuti, figure du «Black President» et créateur de l'Afrobeat avec l'exposition Rébellion Afrobeat #Nigeria. En amont de Rébellion Afrobeat, l'exposition qui démarre le 20 octobre 2022, la Philharmonie s'est mise à l'heure de l'Afrobeat, avec une 1ère soirée samedi 8 octobre 2022 intitulée «Lagos Meets London» avec Femi Kuti, Made Kuti et des invités comme Kokoroko, Obongjayar et Asa. Et c'est à l'occasion de ses concerts que nous avons rencontré la famille Kuti et avons organisé une interview croisée père-fils entre Femi et Madé. Fils aîné de Fela, Femi Kuti a repris le flambeau de son père et, ayant formé son propre groupe (Positive Force) durant les années 1980, transmet à son tour une musique hautement énergétique à forte teneur politique, dans le prolongement naturel de l'afrobeat originel. Il convie pour l'occasion la chanteuse franco-nigériane Asa, auteure de cinq albums solo. Femi Kuti Feat. Asa sur Arte. Fils de Femi, s'étant aguerri comme musicien au sein de Positive Force, Made Kuti a publié en 2021 son premier album, For(e)ward, qui révèle un univers très personnel, nourri de l'héritage familial pour mieux s'en affranchir. Pour ce concert, Made fait appel à l'une des plus belles révélations de la scène anglo-nigériane actuelle : Obongjayar. Pour ouvrir la soirée, rendez-vous avec l'octet londonien Kokoroko qui poursuit son ascension fulgurante avec son mélange irrésistible de jazz et d'afrobeat. Madé Kuti Feat. Obongjayar sur Arte. Note d'intention des concerts du 8 au 16 octobre 2022. L'héritage de Fela Kuti est d'abord celui porté par ses enfants : Femi Kuti, l'aîné, est aux côtés de son propre fils, Made, pour la soirée Lagos Meets London, au contact de la bouillonnante scène jazz et hip-hop anglaise. Seun Kuti a, lui, pris la tête du mythique groupe Egypt 80. Tony Allen fut non seulement le génial batteur de Fela, mais aussi son directeur artistique. Une pléiade de musiciens, parmi lesquels Oumou Sangaré, Sébastien Tellier ou Cheick Tidiane Seck, s'en acquittera avec l'énergie et la générosité du maître. Et parce que tout est histoire d'allers-retours et de passages de témoins, Angélique Kidjo revisitera le Remain in Light des Talking Heads. Notre programmation propose également une pièce de Qudus Onikeku, plongée dans le Lagos d'aujourd'hui, où dix jeunes danseurs se réapproprient l'énergie de l'afrobeat. Mais l'héritage de Fela, c'est aussi une pensée politique, qui a inspiré au chorégraphe burkinabè Serge Aimé Coulibaly, la pièce Kalakuta Republik. L'exposition Trompettiste, saxophoniste, chanteur, pianiste et compositeur, le musicien nigérian Fela Kuti est aussi un penseur du panafricanisme et un activiste. L'afrobeat – le style qu'il invente mêlant rythmes yoruba, jazz, soul et funk – est une musique permettant à la fois de danser et de penser. Dans ses chansons, comme lors de ses prises de parole publiques, il dénonce sans relâche les injustices, la corruption des élites et le néocolonialisme : des combats qui n'ont rien perdu de leur actualité. Celui qui se fait appeler le «Black President» est aussi un travailleur acharné sortant jusqu'à douze albums par an et enchaînant les tournées à travers le monde tout en restant fidèle à l'Afrika Shrine, le club qu'il a créé à Lagos. Il nous laisse une œuvre majeure qui influence des générations de musiciens de tous bords, de la scène jazz au hip-hop.  Après l'interview croisée père-fils entre Femi et Madé, Sodi Marciszewer se souvient de sa 1ère fois avec Fela. Réalisateur artistique, ingénieur du son et mixeur, Sodi a œuvré avec 3 générations de Kuti. Il a collaboré aux 6 derniers albums de Fela, produit la plupart des albums de Femi et le 1er album de Madé. Il est le fondateur du studio Zarma, réputé pour l'utilisation d'équipement audio vintage (Fela Rébellion Afrobeat chez Textuel). Nous nous sommes ensuite rendus chez Jean-Jacques Mandel, journaliste, photographe, collectionner d'art. Il est le premier journaliste à avoir interviewé Fela au Shrine en 1975. 1è de ses photos sont dans l'exposition.   La République de Kalakuta vue par Jean-Jacques Mandel En 1975, Jean-Jacques Mandel, jeune diplômé en ethnologie, décide de créer une association pour permettre aux Français de se rendre à moindres frais au Festac, initialement programmé cette année-là. Sur les conseils d'un ami qui lui signale l'existence d'un musicien extraordinaire à Lagos, Jean-Jacques Mandel se décide à entreprendre le voyage en voiture, en traversant le Sahara, comme l'avait fait le batteur britannique Ginger Baker quelques années auparavant. Parvenu dans la capitale nigériane au terme de plusieurs milliers de kilomètres éprouvants, il se rend, de nuit, au Shrine. À la fin du concert, tard dans la soirée, Fela, intrigué par sa présence, envoie l'un de ses musiciens le chercher pour le rencontrer. À la fin de l'entrevue, il lui propose de venir l'interviewer le lendemain à la République de Kalakuta. Jean-Jacques Mandel est le premier Français à photographier le musicien. Il retournera à Lagos deux ans plus tard pour une nouvelle série de photographies et une interview publiée à son retour dans la magazine Rock&Folk. Son portrait de Fela au saxophone, devant les grillages qui maintiennent la foule des admirateurs à distance, deviendra iconique après avoir orné la pochette du double vinyle Fela Ransome-Kuti édité par Pathé en 1977, puis en 1981 celle du disque Black President sur le label Arista, dans une déclinaison noire et jaune (Extrait du livre de l'exposition : Fela Rébellion Afrobeat chez Textuel). Portrait Jean-Jacques Mandel dans Marianne. - Lien RFI Vidéos  Playlist Fela «Water No get No Enemy» Madé Kuti «Free Your Mind» Fémi Kuti «Young Boy, Young Girl» Madé Kuti «Blood» Fela «Monday Morning in Lagos» Fela «Lady/Shakara»

Here's What We Know
Hit Country Music Songwriter Brett James

Here's What We Know

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 46:51


It's always a pleasure to sit across from a friend and chat about your favorite music, let alone a Grammy Award-winning songwriter. Walk down memory lane with Brett James as he shares stories from his past and brings appreciation to the icons of the music industry who have paved the way for future singers and songwriters.In this episode:Thoughts on the CMA'sMed School drop-out twice!The difficulties of writing a hit songThe benefits and challenges of co-writingCo-writing with Don Schlitz & other favorite artistsThe impact of Garth Brooks on the country music industryWhich artists belong on the “Mount Rushmore” of the music industry?This episode is sponsored by: Habana CubaAbout Brett:For over a decade, Grammy Award-winning songwriter and producer Brett James has been one of the most prolific and versatile songwriters in Nashville, having had more than three hundred of his songs recorded by major label recording artists. James has become a fixture on the Billboard Country chart with thirteen #1 songs and scores of top 20 singles to his credit.In 2009, Brett achieved the Music Row “Triple Play,” an award for three #1 songs in a single chart year, not once, but twice! These six #1‘s; ‘It's America,' by Rodney Atkins, ‘Out Last Night,' by Kenny Chesney, ‘Cowboy Cassanova,' by Carrie Underwood, ‘Summer Nights,' by Rascal Flatts, ‘The Truth' by Jason Aldean, and ‘The Man I Want To Be' Chris Young earned James ASCAP Songwriter of the Year for the second time in October 2010.A native of Oklahoma City, Brett attended Baylor University, where he completed two years of medical school before moving to Nashville to pursue his dream of becoming a country star. In 1995, Brett James was signed to the Arista subsidiary Career Records and subsequently released his self-titled debut album. Career Records was later dissolved in consolidation, and with it, James's recording artist aspirations. Brett persevered as a writer at Patrick Joseph Publishing which fostered the relationships that destined him for success.In the year 2000, James received his first major album cut with the song ‘Love Is A Sweet Thing,' recorded by Faith Hill, followed by a top 20 single ‘You Won't Be Lonely Now,' with Billy Ray Cyrus. It wasn't long before Brett reached the benchmark that all songwriters and artists alike strive for, the coveted #1 song. In April of 2001, then-break-out artist Jessica Andrews landed James his first #1 with the song ‘Who I Am.' He returned to the top of the chart in 2002, this time with country superstar Martina McBride and the song ‘Blessed.'As his chart success continued, Brett appeared on Billboard Magazine's top-ten country songwriters list for five consecutive years, the only writer to do so, and in 2006 reached yet another musical milestone winning ASCAP Songwriter of the Year. In 2007, Brett received the music industry's highest honor winning the Grammy Award for Best Country Song ‘Jesus Take The Wheel,' recorded by Carrie Underwood.The list of artists that have recorded songs penned by Brett James resembles a who's who in the country music list but also straddles genre lines into American and world pop music. Some notable pop artists to record James' songs include Kelly Clarkson, Jon Bon Jovi, Daughtry, The Backstreet Boys, Chicago, and Leona Lewis. Brett has also scored #1 songs in Europe and a worldwide top 5 Latin hit with the song ‘Todo Mi Amor' recorded by Paulina Rubio. Outside the writer's room, Brett's talents have earned production credits that include Taylor Swift, Jessica Simpson, Josh Gracin, and MCA recording artist Kip Moore whose single “Somethin' ‘Bout a Truck” was a breakthrough smash in 2012!https://www.facebook.com/BrettJamesSongswww.GaryScottThomas.com

Martin Bandyke Under Covers | Ann Arbor District Library
Martin Bandyke Under Covers for December 2022: Martin interviews Mitchell Cohen, author of Looking for the Magic: New York City, the ‘70s and the Rise of Arista Records.

Martin Bandyke Under Covers | Ann Arbor District Library

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 11:40


Looking for the Magic is a cultural-historical remix, a fresh perspective on how Arista Records reflected its place and time, New York in the 1970s and early 1980s. Through interviews with dozens of artists and executives, music journalist Mitchell Cohen goes inside the business of making and marketing music during this vibrant and diverse period. Under Clive Davis, rock, pop, punk, jazz, R&B, disco, cabaret and Broadway were all represented on Arista. The label sounded like the city it was at the geographical center of. From its inception as a new entity built on the pop and soul foundation of Bell Records, to groundbreaking artists like Gil Scott-Heron and Patti Smith, to revitalized legends like the Kinks and Aretha Franklin, up to its launching of its biggest star, Whitney Houston, Arista Records' story has never been told like this. Looking for the Magic covers the wide scope of the label's roster: its giant pop successes (Barry Manilow), its dedication to cutting-edge jazz (Anthony Braxton) and its embrace of rock royalty (Lou Reed, the Grateful Dead). Mitchell Cohen has written about music and film for Creem, High Fidelity, Film Comment, the Village Voice, Musician and Phonograph Record. He began working at Arista Records in the late ‘70s as a publicity and advertising copywriter and then as one of the label's A&R executives. Martin's interview with Mitchell Cohen was recorded on June 22nd, 2022.

Mixology: The Mono/Stereo Mix Differences Podcast
Headquarters (1989 & 2022 Remix Edition) by The Monkees

Mixology: The Mono/Stereo Mix Differences Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 42:34


Hello Friends! We're back at it again today with, not only another new remix, but also a look at an album already covered on the show, The Monkees' classic 1967 LP Headquarters. In our original instalment we covered the original mono and stereo mixes, but today we're covering both the 1989 Bill Inglot remix on Arista, and the brand new 2022 remix by Andrew Sandoval from the Super Deluxe Edition of the album. While the 1989 was a remix from the final 4-track master, the new 2022 remix provides a resync of the multistage tapes to provide a far more evenly balanced mix, while retaining the sound of 1967 through and through. If you're on the fence about picking up the set, this episode should push you off of it - and with only a few copies left, there's No Time to waste! So, let's see if this is like comparing Shades of Grey, or if [this] May Just Be The One.   Happy Listening, Frederick   P.S. The HQ fun doesn't end here - this Sunday on Mixology on 45 we'll be looking at the brand new mixes of non-LP single A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You & The Girl I Knew Somewhere, and then in December we will be looking at the 9 other new mixes of the bonus tracks in a Patreon exclusive Mixology! Sign up to support the show now to get access as soon as they go live, from just £1 a month, at https://www.patreon.com/backtomono   Purchase the box set exclusively from Rhino here: https://monkeesstore.warnermusic.com/en/the-monkees/home/the-monkees---headquarters-super-deluxe-edition/081227883836.html   Email the show at: backtomonoradio@gmail.com   Listen to companion podcast Back to Mono: https://www.mixcloud.com/backtomonoradio/playlists/back-to-mono-complete/   Find me on Instagram @hypnoticfred   Artwork for this episode by @vinylbenjy

Packet Pushers - Full Podcast Feed
Network Break 408: Arista Launches Network Automation Pipeline; Palo Alto Targets Software Supply Chain Security

Packet Pushers - Full Podcast Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 49:47


Take a Network Break! This week we cover a new continuous integration pipeline from Arista Networks to support network automation, Cisco's intention to open a new silicon design center in Spain, and Apple spending $450 million to support emergency text messaging using satellites. We also discuss Palo Alto Networks spending $195 million for Cider Security, financial results, and more. The post Network Break 408: Arista Launches Network Automation Pipeline; Palo Alto Targets Software Supply Chain Security appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Packet Pushers - Fat Pipe
Network Break 408: Arista Launches Network Automation Pipeline; Palo Alto Targets Software Supply Chain Security

Packet Pushers - Fat Pipe

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 49:47


Take a Network Break! This week we cover a new continuous integration pipeline from Arista Networks to support network automation, Cisco's intention to open a new silicon design center in Spain, and Apple spending $450 million to support emergency text messaging using satellites. We also discuss Palo Alto Networks spending $195 million for Cider Security, financial results, and more. The post Network Break 408: Arista Launches Network Automation Pipeline; Palo Alto Targets Software Supply Chain Security appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Packet Pushers - Network Break
Network Break 408: Arista Launches Network Automation Pipeline; Palo Alto Targets Software Supply Chain Security

Packet Pushers - Network Break

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 49:47


Take a Network Break! This week we cover a new continuous integration pipeline from Arista Networks to support network automation, Cisco's intention to open a new silicon design center in Spain, and Apple spending $450 million to support emergency text messaging using satellites. We also discuss Palo Alto Networks spending $195 million for Cider Security, financial results, and more. The post Network Break 408: Arista Launches Network Automation Pipeline; Palo Alto Targets Software Supply Chain Security appeared first on Packet Pushers.

GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST
Long Strange Tech, part 2

GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 89:28


The Deadcast concludes its dive into the Grateful Dead's entanglement with technology, exploring Jerry Garcia's digital graphics obsession, how Dead Head online communities helped shape the emergent internet, lyricist John Perry Barlow's manifestoes, & more. Guests: Paul Martin, Mary Eisenhart, David Gans, Steve Silberman, Bob Bralove, Dan English, Doug Oade, Christian Crumlish, Charlie Miller, John Markoff, Erik Davis, Michael CaloreSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

music san francisco tech oregon dead strange band cats beatles rolling stones doors guitar bob dylan psychedelics woodstock lsd vinyl pink floyd cornell neil young jimi hendrix warner brothers grateful dead john mayer ripple avalon janis joplin chuck berry music podcasts classic rock dawg wilco phish rock music prog huey lewis american beauty dave matthews band music history vampire weekend hells angels jerry garcia merle haggard red rocks jefferson airplane fillmore ccr dark star los lobos truckin' seva deadheads watkins glen allman brothers band dso buffalo springfield bruce hornsby arista my morning jacket altamont ken kesey bob weir pigpen acid tests dmb long strange trip psychedelic rock warren haynes bill graham jim james music commentary haight ashbury billy strings trey anastasio erik davis fare thee well phil lesh family dog robert hunter jam bands don was winterland rhino records veneta mickey hart david lemieux time crisis merry pranksters wall of sound charlie miller disco biscuits david grisman live dead nrbq string cheese incident relix steve silberman ramrod neal casal john markoff steve parish oteil burbridge jug band john perry barlow jgb quicksilver messenger service david browne jerry garcia band jesse jarnow mother hips david fricke circles around the sun deadcast david gans jrad ratdog acid rock sugar magnolia touch of grey we are everywhere brent mydland jeff chimenti ken babbs box of rain christian crumlish mars hotel new riders of the purple sage sunshine daydream vince welnick aoxomoxoa capital theater owlsley stanley
GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST
Long Strange Tech, part 1

GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 71:46


The Deadcast explores the Grateful Dead's long-term cosmic entanglement with the California technology world & the architecture of the internet itself, featuring biomusic pioneer Ned Lagin, Dead Heads at the Stanford AI Lab & Apple, sonic heroes from Alembic & Meyer Sound, & more.Guests: Ned Lagin, Ron Wickersham, Susan Wickersham, Daniel Kottke, John Meyer, Helen Meyer, Paul Martin, Andy Moorer, Steve Silberman, Erik Davis, John MarkoffSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

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Packet Pushers - Network Break
Network Break 406: Gluware Adds API Modeling To Network Automation; Arista Revenues Rise

Packet Pushers - Network Break

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 52:29


This week's Network Break covers new features in Gluware and Aviatrix, new servers from HPE, and new partner specializations from Cisco. We also cover financial results from Fortinet and Arista and Russian threats against commercial satellites. The post Network Break 406: Gluware Adds API Modeling To Network Automation; Arista Revenues Rise appeared first on Packet Pushers.

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Network Break 406: Gluware Adds API Modeling To Network Automation; Arista Revenues Rise

Packet Pushers - Full Podcast Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 52:29


This week's Network Break covers new features in Gluware and Aviatrix, new servers from HPE, and new partner specializations from Cisco. We also cover financial results from Fortinet and Arista and Russian threats against commercial satellites. The post Network Break 406: Gluware Adds API Modeling To Network Automation; Arista Revenues Rise appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Packet Pushers - Fat Pipe
Network Break 406: Gluware Adds API Modeling To Network Automation; Arista Revenues Rise

Packet Pushers - Fat Pipe

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 52:29


This week's Network Break covers new features in Gluware and Aviatrix, new servers from HPE, and new partner specializations from Cisco. We also cover financial results from Fortinet and Arista and Russian threats against commercial satellites. The post Network Break 406: Gluware Adds API Modeling To Network Automation; Arista Revenues Rise appeared first on Packet Pushers.

GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST
REWIND: Europe ‘72: Denmark

GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 124:02


We present an encore of the Deadcast's Denmark episode from earlier this year to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Europe ‘72's proper release, as well as to get you ready for (or debrief you from) the Meet-Up At The Movies presentation of the Dead's historic Danish telecast.Guests: Sam Cutler, Steve Parish, Mountain Girl, Donna Jean Godchaux MacKay, Ben Haller, Alan Trist, Jim Sullivan, Gijsbert Hanekroot, John Morris, Sam Field, David Lemieux, MC Taylor, Lars Bennike, Bjørn Lindstrøm, Hans Francke, Jens Skovby, Palle Lykke, Lars Movin, Graeme Boone, Shaugn O'DonnellSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

music europe san francisco oregon dead band cats beatles rolling stones doors denmark bj guitar bob dylan psychedelics danish woodstock lsd vinyl pink floyd cornell neil young jimi hendrix warner brothers grateful dead john mayer ripple avalon janis joplin chuck berry music podcasts classic rock dawg wilco phish rock music prog huey lewis american beauty dave matthews band music history vampire weekend hells angels jerry garcia merle haggard red rocks jefferson airplane fillmore ccr dark star los lobos truckin' seva deadheads watkins glen allman brothers band dso john morris buffalo springfield bruce hornsby arista my morning jacket altamont ken kesey lindstr bob weir pigpen acid tests dmb long strange trip psychedelic rock warren haynes bill graham jim james music commentary haight ashbury billy strings trey anastasio fare thee well phil lesh family dog jim sullivan robert hunter jam bands don was winterland rhino records veneta mickey hart david lemieux time crisis merry pranksters wall of sound disco biscuits david grisman nrbq live dead string cheese incident relix ramrod neal casal steve parish jgb oteil burbridge jug band john perry barlow quicksilver messenger service david browne jerry garcia band jesse jarnow mother hips david fricke circles around the sun deadcast jrad ratdog acid rock sugar magnolia touch of grey we are everywhere brent mydland jeff chimenti ken babbs box of rain mars hotel new riders of the purple sage sunshine daydream vince welnick aoxomoxoa capital theater owlsley stanley
SER Aventureros
SER Aventureros | Un viaje al corazón de Sanmao

SER Aventureros

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 54:45


Marta Arribas es coautora junto a Ana Pérez de este libro que cuenta el viaje de Sanmao. Sanmao se convirtió en un icono de mujer viajera, libre e independiente que creó un imaginario sobre España y su cultura a toda una generación de lectores que ahora viajan a nuestro país en busca de las huellas de la escritora. Fernando González CEO de Arista nos presenta la 360 que se celebra en Gran Canaria este mes de noviembre. Una prueba de 270 km con un gran desnivel

Sound Opinions
Jimmy Jam on Working with Janet Jackson, Prince & More

Sound Opinions

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 50:14 Very Popular


Since the 1980s, producers and songwriters Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis have made huge hits with artists like Janet Jackson, Boyz II Men and Mariah Carey. But finally in 2021, the duo released their debut album as artists. Hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot chat with Jimmy Jam about the record and his illustrious past work. Plus, we hear the song that got Garbage's Shirley Manson Hooked on Sonics. Join our Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3sivr9TBecome a member on Patreon: https://bit.ly/3slWZvcSign up for our newsletter: https://bit.ly/3eEvRnGMake a donation via PayPal: https://bit.ly/3dmt9lUSend us a Voice Memo: Desktop: bit.ly/2RyD5Ah  Mobile: sayhi.chat/soundops Featured Songs:Jam & Lewis, "Spinnin (feat. Mary J. Blige)," Jam & Lewis, Volume One, Flyte Tyme, BMG, 2021Jam & Lewis, "Somewhat Loved (There You Go Breakin' My Heart) (feat. Mariah Carey)," Jam & Lewis, Volume One, Flyte Tyme, BMG, 2021Janet Jackson, "What Have You Done for Me Lately," Control, A&M, 1986Jam & Lewis, "The Next Best Day (feat. Boyz II Men)," Jam & Lewis, Volume One, Flyte Tyme, BMG, 2021The S.O.S. Band, "Tell Me If You Still Care," On the Rise, Tabu/Epic, 1983Cornbread Harris and Friends, "PutThe World," Cornbread Supreme Volume 1, 2631577 Records DK, 2002Janet Jackson, "Control," Control, A&M, 1986The S.O.S. Band, "Just Be Good to Me," On the Rise, Tabu/Epic, 1983Jam & Lewis, "Happily Unhappy (feat. Toni Braxton)," Jam & Lewis, Volume One, Flyte Tyme, BMG, 2021New Edition, "Can You Stand the Rain," Heart Break, MCA, 1987Janet Jackson, "Nasty," Control, A&M, 1986The S.O.S. Band, "Take Your Time (Do It Right)," SOS, Tabu, 1980Janet Jackson, "Miss You Much," Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814, A&M, 1989Chaka Khan, "Angel," Funk This, Burgundy, 2007Garbage, "No Gods No Masters," No Gods No Masters, Infectious Music, 2021Stray Cats, "Stray Cat Strut," Stray Cats, Arista, 1981Superchunk, "Endless Summer," Wild Loneliness, Merge, 2022

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The Grateful Deadcast celebrates Bobby Weir's 75th with the birthday boy himself, exploring Weir's world with Don Was, Jeff Chimenti, members of the expanded Wolfpack, & orchestral collaborator Giancarlo Aquilanti. Guests: Bobby Weir, Don Was, Jeff Chimenti, Barry Sless, Giancarlo AquilantiSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Musiques du monde
Rébellion Afrobeat avec la famille Kuti

Musiques du monde

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2022 48:30


La Philharmonie de Paris et le Musée de la musique rendent hommage à Fela Anikulapo Kuti, figure du « Black President » et créateur de l'Afrobeat avec l'exposition Rébellion Afrobeat #Nigeria. En amont de Rébellion Afrobeat, l'exposition qui démarre le 20 octobre 2022, la Philharmonie s'est mise à l'heure de l'Afrobeat, avec une 1ère soirée samedi 8 octobre intitulée « Lagos Meets London » avec Femi Kuti, Made Kuti et des invités comme Kokoroko, Obongjayar et Asa. Et c'est à l'occasion de ses concerts que nous avons rencontré la famille Kuti et avons organisé une interview croisée père-fils entre Femi et Madé. Fils aîné de Fela, Femi Kuti a repris le flambeau de son père et, ayant formé son propre groupe (Positive Force) durant les années 1980, transmet à son tour une musique hautement énergétique à forte teneur politique, dans le prolongement naturel de l'afrobeat originel. Il convie pour l'occasion la chanteuse franco-nigériane Asa, auteure de cinq albums solo. Femi Kuti Feat. Asa sur Arte. Fils de Femi, s'étant aguerri comme musicien au sein de Positive Force, Made Kuti a publié en 2021 son premier album, For(e)ward, qui révèle un univers très personnel, nourri de l'héritage familial pour mieux s'en affranchir. Pour ce concert, Made fait appel à l'une des plus belles révélations de la scène anglo-nigériane actuelle : Obongjayar. Pour ouvrir la soirée, rendez-vous avec l'octet londonien Kokoroko qui poursuit son ascension fulgurante avec son mélange irrésistible de jazz et d'afrobeat. Madé Kuti Feat. Obongjayar sur Arte. Note d'intention des concerts du 8 au 16 octobre 2022. L'héritage de Fela Kuti est d'abord celui porté par ses enfants : Femi Kuti, l'aîné, est aux côtés de son propre fils, Made, pour la soirée Lagos Meets London, au contact de la bouillonnante scène jazz et hip-hop anglaise. Seun Kuti a, lui, pris la tête du mythique groupe Egypt 80. Tony Allen fut non seulement le génial batteur de Fela, mais aussi son directeur artistique. Une pléiade de musiciens, parmi lesquels Oumou Sangaré, Sébastien Tellier ou Cheick Tidiane Seck, s'en acquittera avec l'énergie et la générosité du maître. Et parce que tout est histoire d'allers-retours et de passages de témoins, Angélique Kidjo revisitera le Remain in Light des Talking Heads. Notre programmation propose également une pièce de Qudus Onikeku, plongée dans le Lagos d'aujourd'hui, où dix jeunes danseurs se réapproprient l'énergie de l'afrobeat. Mais l'héritage de Fela, c'est aussi une pensée politique, qui a inspiré au chorégraphe burkinabè Serge Aimé Coulibaly, la pièce Kalakuta Republik. L'exposition Trompettiste, saxophoniste, chanteur, pianiste et compositeur, le musicien nigérian Fela Kuti est aussi un penseur du panafricanisme et un activiste. L'afrobeat – le style qu'il invente mêlant rythmes yoruba, jazz, soul et funk – est une musique permettant à la fois de danser et de penser. Dans ses chansons, comme lors de ses prises de parole publiques, il dénonce sans relâche les injustices, la corruption des élites et le néocolonialisme : des combats qui n'ont rien perdu de leur actualité. Celui qui se fait appeler le « Black President » est aussi un travailleur acharné sortant jusqu'à douze albums par an et enchaînant les tournées à travers le monde tout en restant fidèle à l'Afrika Shrine, le club qu'il a créé à Lagos. Il nous laisse une œuvre majeure qui influence des générations de musiciens de tous bords, de la scène jazz au hip-hop.  Après l'interview croisée père-fils entre Femi et Madé, Sodi Marciszewer se souvient de sa 1ère fois avec Fela. Réalisateur artistique, ingénieur du son et mixeur, Sodi a œuvré avec 3 générations de Kuti. Il a collaboré aux 6 derniers albums de Fela, produit la plupart des albums de Femi et le 1er album de Madé. Il est le fondateur du studio Zarma, réputé pour l'utilisation d'équipement audio vintage (Fela Rébellion Afrobeat chez Textuel). Nous nous sommes ensuite rendus chez Jean-Jacques Mandel, journaliste, photographe, collectionner d'art. Il est le premier journaliste à avoir interviewé Fela au Shrine en 1975. 1è de ses photos sont dans l'exposition.   La République de Kalakuta vue par Jean-Jacques Mandel En 1975, Jean-Jacques Mandel, jeune diplômé en ethnologie, décide de créer une association pour permettre aux Français de se rendre à moindres frais au Festac, initialement programmé cette année-là. Sur les conseils d'un ami qui lui signale l'existence d'un musicien extraordinaire à Lagos, Jean-Jacques Mandel se décide à entreprendre le voyage en voiture, en traversant le Sahara, comme l'avait fait le batteur britannique Ginger Baker quelques années auparavant. Parvenu dans la capitale nigériane au terme de plusieurs milliers de kilomètres éprouvants, il se rend, de nuit, au Shrine. À la fin du concert, tard dans la soirée, Fela, intrigué par sa présence, envoie l'un de ses musiciens le chercher pour le rencontrer. À la fin de l'entrevue, il lui propose de venir l'interviewer le lendemain à la République de Kalakuta. Jean-Jacques Mandel est le premier Français à photographier le musicien. Il retournera à Lagos deux ans plus tard pour une nouvelle série de photographies et une interview publiée à son retour dans la magazine Rock&Folk. Son portrait de Fela au saxophone, devant les grillages qui maintiennent la foule des admirateurs à distance, deviendra iconique après avoir orné la pochette du double vinyle Fela Ransome-Kuti édité par Pathé en 1977, puis en 1981 celle du disque Black President sur le label Arista, dans une déclinaison noire et jaune (Extrait du livre de l'exposition : Fela Rébellion Afrobeat chez Textuel). Portrait Jean-Jacques Mandel dans Marianne. - Lien RFI Vidéos  Playlist Fela « Water No get No Enemy » Madé Kuti « Free Your Mind » Fémi Kuti « Young Boy, Young Girl » Madé Kuti « Blood » Fela « Monday Morning in Lagos » Fela « Lady/Shakara »

GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST

Ace 50The Deadcast welcomes Bobby Weir to honor the 50th anniversary of his 1972 solo debut “Ace” (& its forthcoming reissue), made with an all-star backing band that happened to be the Grateful Dead, featuring archival audio with “Ace” lyricists John Perry Barlow & Robert Hunter.Guests: Bobby Weir, Donna Jean Godhaux-MacKay, Don WasSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Packet Pushers - Heavy Networking
Heavy Networking 650: Whether And How To Adopt Whitebox Switches

Packet Pushers - Heavy Networking

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 70:55


On today's Heavy Networking podcast, Kevin Myers joins us for a whitebox conversation. Kevin helps Internet Service Providers build their networks, and has noticed increased adoption of whitebox switches. Why? Are the problems whitebox solves for these ISPs the same you might have at your company? Should you consider whitebox instead of Cisco, Juniper, or Arista? Maybe…and maybe not. The post Heavy Networking 650: Whether And How To Adopt Whitebox Switches appeared first on Packet Pushers.

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Heavy Networking 650: Whether And How To Adopt Whitebox Switches

Packet Pushers - Full Podcast Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 70:55


On today's Heavy Networking podcast, Kevin Myers joins us for a whitebox conversation. Kevin helps Internet Service Providers build their networks, and has noticed increased adoption of whitebox switches. Why? Are the problems whitebox solves for these ISPs the same you might have at your company? Should you consider whitebox instead of Cisco, Juniper, or Arista? Maybe…and maybe not. The post Heavy Networking 650: Whether And How To Adopt Whitebox Switches appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Packet Pushers - Fat Pipe
Heavy Networking 650: Whether And How To Adopt Whitebox Switches

Packet Pushers - Fat Pipe

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 70:55


On today's Heavy Networking podcast, Kevin Myers joins us for a whitebox conversation. Kevin helps Internet Service Providers build their networks, and has noticed increased adoption of whitebox switches. Why? Are the problems whitebox solves for these ISPs the same you might have at your company? Should you consider whitebox instead of Cisco, Juniper, or Arista? Maybe…and maybe not. The post Heavy Networking 650: Whether And How To Adopt Whitebox Switches appeared first on Packet Pushers.

Desperately Seeking Paul : Paul Weller Fan Podcast
EP115 - Nigel ”Spanner” Sweeney - Legendary Plugger... ”Into the stars and always up...”

Desperately Seeking Paul : Paul Weller Fan Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 65:39 Very Popular


On this episode of The Paul Weller Fan Podcast, I'm joined by another absolute legend of the music industry - this fella has undoubtedly been one of the best TV and Radio pluggers in the business - Nigel “Spanner” Sweeney. We're talking U2, Rolling Stones, Simply Red, The Cure, Depeche Mode, UB40, Erasure, Robert Palmer, Bros, East 17, Jamiroquai, Elvis Costello, Janet Jackson, George Michael, Massive Attack, Kylie Minogue, Aerosmith, M People, Neneh Cherry, Kenny Thomas, Liza Minelli, Fun Boy 3, Nine Inch Nails, Shane McGowan / Johnny Depp, Robert Miles, Terry Hall, Dave Stewart, Tom Jones, Louise Redknapp, Malcolm McClaren, Spandau Ballet, S'Express, Bomb The Bass, Innocence, Garth Brookes, Will Young, Gareth Gates, Five and Betty Boo. Whilst with Arista there was also Prince, Santana, Puff Daddy, TLC, Toni Braxton, Whitney Houston, Usher and Annie Lennox... A pretty incredible list right?! We should also call out PR for The Brits, all the Comic Relief singles and the Nelson Mandela 70th Birthday Tribute Concert in 1988. We dig in to some great stories of his career including times starting out with the likes of Clive Banks and Gary Crowley, to plugging for The Jam and The Style Council along with a lovely connection for the comeback single Into Tomorrow with Paul Weller Solo… We also chat about Live Aid and Do They Know It's Christmas with involvement from Paul. And so much more... If you enjoy this episode of the podcast - please share on your social media channels - and leave a review and if you want to support the podcast financially, you can buy me a virtual coffee at paulwellerfanpodcast.com/store

Classic 45's Jukebox
Come Dancing by Kinks

Classic 45's Jukebox

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022


Label: Arista 9016Year: 1983Condition: M-Last Price: $12.00. Not currently available for sale.A well deserved hit from the early 1980's, this was the Kinks' last visit to the U.S. top 10. The A side is an edited version of the 4:34 album track, while the B side is a previously unreleased, non-album cut. Also released on Arista 1054. Note: This beautiful copy comes in a Near Mint picture sleeve. It has Mint labels and pristine audio.

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In and Out Of The Garden: Madison Square Garden, 10/83

GOOD OL' GRATEFUL DEADCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 114:53


Pack the Microbus & hit the road with the Dead in ‘83, hang out with the deep scene of Dead Head graffiti writers & frisbee players in Central Park, & get back to Madison Square Garden for two shows with two room-shaking bustouts.Guests: David Lemieux, John Meyer, Helen Meyer, Dan English, Alan Trist, John Scher, Eric Schwartz, John Leopold, Charlie Miller, Jim Wise, Bob Minkin, Lee Greenfeld, Johnny Dwork, Eric Pooley, Rich Farrell, Larry Price, Dean Heiser, Mary Eisenhart, Corry Arnold, Elijah Funk, Alix Ross, Mark RodriguezSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.