Today my good friend Nikki Sixx stops by to talk about his brand new book "The First 21" which comes out Oct 19th 2021. Nikki has been rocking with Mötley for 40 years and now you can hear about what he did before Mötley. For the first 21 years of Nikki's life he was grinding it out on the streets as Frank Feranna. Broken family life, Bouncing from town to town couch to couch chasing a dream that only a handful of people ever achieve. When you read these stories in his new book you realize you are reading the recipe on how to write a classic like Too Fast For Love and Shout At the Devil. These stories are raw just like the music. Riding a Greyhound to LA with no money and no place to live hoping to start a Band that will change the world is not for the weak. Dig in and enjoy this episode of Let There Be Talk. All episodes can be found at https://www.cactusradionetwork.com/podcasts
Nugget, 1.347, 17.10.2021: Wenn ABBA auf den Kommunismus trifft, ist Andreas Renner (DAZN) im musikradio360 natürlich zur Stelle. Bei den Manic Street Preachers nämlich. Sven Metzger assistiert gerne - hat er doch erst im Sommer ein Konzert der Band besucht.
It's always nice to be wanted. Even if the people wanting you are evil scientists. OK, maybe that's not the best situation to be in but sometimes you have to take what you can get. Listen in as writer Max Majernik and Band of Bards cofounder Chris Benamati join to show to give us an inside look at their current Kickstarter comic Prospects. Learn such things as: Why would anyone want to write a story about zombies and robots? How can you use social media to find a collaborator for your project? How come physical catch up tiers aren't a standard thing yet? And so much more! You can find Max on Twitter @SnowballMax. You can find Chris on Twitter @BandofBards and the Band of Bards website. If you want to be a guest on the show please check out the Be a A Guest on the Show page and let me know what you're interested in. If you want to help support the show check out the Play Comics Patreon page or head over to the Support page if you want to go another route. You can also check out the Play Comics Merch Store. Use the coupon code “ireadshownotes” for 15% off your order. Play Comics is part of the Gonna Geek Network, which is a wonderful collection of geeky podcasts. Be sure to check out the other shows on Gonna Geek if you need more of a nerd fix. You can find Play Comics @playcomicscast on Twitter and in the Play Comics Podcast Fan Group on Facebook. Intro/Outro Music by Best Day, who is a combination zombie and robot.
Fifty years ago, the Manhattan Project of money management was quietly assembled in the financial industry's backwaters, unified by the heretical idea that even many of the world's finest investors couldn't beat the market in the long run. The motley crew of nerds, including economist wunderkind Gene Fama, humiliated industry executive Jack Bogle, bull-headed and computer-obsessive John McQuown, and avuncular former WWII submariner Nate Most, succeeded beyond their wildest dreams. Passive investing now accounts for more than $20 trillion, equal to the entire gross domestic product of the US, and is today a force reshaping markets, finance and even capitalism itself in myriad subtle but pivotal ways. Yet even some fans of index funds and ETFs are growing perturbed that their swelling heft is destabilizing markets, wrecking the investment industry and leading to an unwelcome concentration of power in fewer and fewer hands. In Trillions, Financial Times journalist Robin Wigglesworth unveils the vivid secret history of an invention Wall Street wishes was never created, bringing to life the characters behind its birth, growth, and evolution into a world-conquering phenomenon. Have a money question? Email us, ask jill [at] jill on money dot com. Please leave us a rating or review in Apple Podcasts. "Jill on Money" theme music is by Joel Goodman, www.joelgoodman.com. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week Tom & Zeus review the 2020 KISS documentary on REELZ, "KISS Breaking The Band." KISS gets the "Breaking The Band" treatment, which is a hour long documentary on the REELZ Channel, featuring voice overs, reenactments and interviews. Narrated by the one and only, Dee Snider, the series is a look at how a famous band broke up and how they got to that point. The show does feature interviews with Eddie Trunk, Christopher K. Lendt, J.R. Smalling, Jann Uhelszki and more. The guys breakdown and analyze the documentary in typical SIOL fashion. Finally, Tom & Zeus then rank the program against the previous reviewed KISS documentaries. Look out for a special appearance by Webster! Interested in more Shout It Out Loudcast content? Care to help us out? Come join us on Patreon by clicking below: SIOL Patreon Please go to Klick Tee Shop for all your Shout It Out Loudcast Merchandise by clicking below: SIOL Merchandise at Klick Tee Shop Please Email us comments or suggestions by clicking below: ShoutItOutLoudcast@Gmail.com Please subscribe to us and give us a 5 Star (Child) review on the following places below: iTunes Podchaser Stitcher iHeart Radio Spotify Please follow us and like our social media pages clicking below: Twitter Facebook Page Facebook Group Page Shout It Out Loudcasters Instagram YouTube Proud Member of the Pantheon Podcast click below to see the website: Pantheon Podcast Network Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Featured Artist: Band of Silver - In this episode of the podcast, we talk about the ongoing 'retro' movement in music today. Also, the difference between an engineer who knows his way around the recording process vs one just using plugins and presets. We also talk about how much we enjoyed this band's true 80's sound. And we've added a new segment, Nicole's "etiquette corner". Our featured artist is the trio Band of Silver and they also answer our "Questions of the Week". Make sure you subscribe on the digital platform of your choice, so as to not miss out on an episode – and leave a comment or review to let us hear from you! Links from this episode Band of Silver Thompson Twins Gary Burke Mark Ronson - Apple TV Documentary Duran Duran Talk Talk ABC Culture Club Naked Eyes Heaven 17 Jake Miller Lakeside Entertainment Group
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This is a special bonus episode of the podcast featuring Musician/Photographer/Spoken Word Star Duncan Wilder Johnson. We recorded three episodes together in which we call "We're Coming For Your Band". This the second one, a critical review of one of our all time favorite bands - Dag Nasty! Music The Charms "So Pretty"(theme song) Additional music by Duncan Wilder Johnson Recorded by Mike Nash at Voice Motel, Somerville MA Please support the Blowing Smoke with Twisted Rico podcast at patron.com/twistedrico --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/blowingsmoketr/support
Quite often, you will listen to a song and have a hard time actually hearing and understanding the lyrics. In this week's podcast episode, we go through the lyrics from "The Band" by Abie Rotenberg and show its message in association with the Parshah, Parshas Lech Lecha. Tune in to find more Torah Sparks and discover a fascinating insight into the meaning of "Lech Lecha" - Go towards the Letter "Chaf".Powered by: TYA of Baltimore
“This and that” in Chinese are two of the most useful words you can learn! Transition singer Jesse Edbrooke chats with ShaoLan about the possible ways of using the word and how it is not as offensive in Chinese culture as it can sometimes sound!
Der Abend bei den Verdurins endet mit einem entspannenden Kartenspiel, dem sich u.a. Doktor Cottard und Monsieur de Cambremer hingeben. Mehr: http://www.rbbkultur.de/proust Audio on Demand verfügbar bis 14.11.2021
Peter chose to take a "throw summer." He spent time alone and "finding himself" and living in Upstate NY. He called up a buddy and said "I need a job." "When can you start?" is the question he heard on the other end of the line. Peter became the manager of a coffee shop. He had early mornings hearing this song as the day began. "Band on the Run" is on his workout playlist. He is pumped up by this song or he can be transported to that coffee shop and sometimes even smell the beans roasting! Peter Pessetto is another author of the book "Active Choices." Peter knows all about active choices then and active choices now. The first chapter has become so impactful to his readers he has started a program titled Choose You! Peter is a busy man, making active choices, and a fan of "Band on the Run." Full Show Notes
This week on the Scene we are taking a deep dive into The Pushing Daisy's Band! Join us as we listen through their newest album, Psychedelic Funk from Outer Space, and sit down with the band for an exclusive interview!
0:00 - Dan & Amy wonder if Kamala Harris is lost in space and what it would be like to go there with William Shatner 10:05 - Dan & Amy take callers reaction to Mayor Lightfoot's CPD vaccine mandate 25:18 - Dan & Amy remember democrats skepticism about the vaccine last year under Trump 29:00 - Dan & Amy respond to Trump not wanting Republicans voting in '22 or '24 49:27 -Reed Spaulding IV, MD, contributor to The American Spectator and practicing pathologist, explains how natural immunity is equal to or greater than receiving the vaccine. All opinions expressed are his and not those of his employer. Follow Dr. Reed Spaulding on twitter @SpauldingMd 1:05:59 - Kevin R. Brock, former assistant director of intelligence for the FBI and former principal deputy director of the National Counterterrorism Center, looks into the Hunter/Joe Biden business relationship and warns FBI should be wary of attorney general's directive on school board threats. Read Kevin Brock's Latest here 1:22:40 - Dan & Amy continue their look into the Loudon Co schools sexual assault cover-up 1:40:14 - Financial Times Global Finance correspondent, Robin Wigglesworth, shares his new book Trillions: How a Band of Wall Street Renegades Invented the Index Fund and Changed Finance Forever. Check out Robin Wigglesworth's latest here. Trillions: How a Band of Wall Street Renegades Invented the Index Fund and Changed Finance Foreveris available now 1:53:35 - Andrew Klavan, Podcaster (“Another Kingdom” ), host of “The Andrew Klavan Show” at Daily Wire and screenwriter of the movie Gosnell: The Trial of America's Biggest Serial Killer, looks at At the Heart of Our Divisions. For more info on all of Andrew Klavan's projects, including his soon to be released novel When Christmas Comes, go to andrewklavan.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode we talk about how to be your own manager. Everything from social media presence, to booking gigs, to practicing! Music: "Wallee" by Kaz Editor: Bri Autrey Owned and operated by Screaming Daisies Entertainment Sponsors: Next Level Living York Music Group
The Summit: Journey to Hero Mountain by Deborah Johnson THE SUMMIT is an allegorical tale of Mallery, our female protagonist who hides her ideas in a book beneath her pillow. She decides to escape the constraints of the land of Baybel to pursue her Summit, which holds the promise of a bigger and better future. In this realistic fantasy, she crosses multiple terrains, mountainous caverns, and rocky hills. Along the way, she discovers she has the courage and everything within her to press on to reach the very top. Mallery, which means "the unfortunate and insignificant one," uses her Band of Hope to affirm her ideas, strengths, and uniqueness to set her apart from the ordinary. She emerges from the tangled forest, cave of discovery, and bridge of possibility strong and fearless, ready to meet her future. Readers will enjoy the magical realism of traveling through the different lands. Especially relevant for today is the Land of Allure and the Social Media Circus, which serve to distract Mallery from her goal. Only after she gets stuck on a roundabout does she see the emptiness in what's not real. Mallery has to regain her focus to stick with her larger purpose in getting to her Summit, which is atop Hero Mountain(R). The principles she learns along the way not only contribute to her success, but are applicable for most any reader. To review a book like this one is a huge privilege. BECAUSE, it previews the multitude of readers who will be deeply challenged and inspired in their life journey to go 'big', to 'go beyond' to believe where others doubt and diminish their dreams. To review a book like this one is a huge privilege. BECAUSE, it previews the multitude of readers who will be deeply challenged and inspired in their life journey to 'go big, ' to 'go beyond' to believe where others doubt and diminish their dreams. Highly recommended...amazing gift! Naomi Rhode, CSP, CPAE Speaker Hall of Fame, Past. Pres. National Speakers Assoc., Past Pres. International Fed. of Prof. Speakers Note from the Author: My hope is for you to reach your successful Summit as you make decisions to conquer your own obstacles and demons of personal and professional development that hold you back from reaching your potential.
Listen To The River: Fox Theatre, October 1972We go behind the scenes, into the crowd, around the specially-installed mirror ball, & inside the music at the Dead's 3 legendary 1972 shows at St. Louis's Fox Theatre with promoters Sepp Donahower & Tony Dwyer, musicologist Graeme Boone, & Dead freaks who were there. GUESTS: Tony Dwyer, Sepp Donahower, Bill Weber, Drea Stein, John Ellis, Bob Simmons, Thom Pallazola, Joe Schwab, Mark Slosberg, Starfinder Stanley, Hawk, Graeme Boone, David Lemieux
Die Soiree bei den Verdurins geht langsam ihrem Ende entgegen: Nach mehreren Stunden anstrengender Konversation haben sich die Gäste nicht mehr viel zu sagen. Mehr: http://www.rbbkultur.de/proust Audio on Demand verfügbar bis 13.11.2021
This episode we discuss Metallica's lawsuit against their insurance that has the potential to make live music more expensive. Also, believe it or not, the music labels might actually be contributing to society for once. Lastly, we got to sit down with up and coming band In Earnest to discuss their latest albumNEW & NOTEWORTHY MUSIC:SINGLES:“Super” – Cordae “Rosewood” – Bonobo“Hold Tight” – FloFilz Remix – Gianni Brezzo, FloFilz, Otis Junior“The Children Will Rise Up” – Nandi Bushell, Roman Morello, Tom Morello“Sink Your Teeth In” Axen Remix – Flux Pavilion, Drowsy, AXEN ALBUMS:James Blake - Friends That Break Your Heart .BADBADNOTGOOD – Talk Memory Kevin Morby - A Night At The Little Los AngelesSam Tesky - Cycles Sam Fender – Seventeen Going UnderIn earnest – reasons to stay alive REVIEW WITH YOU: “Weeknights” – Ryan Egan
Welcome to episode 63! For this After Party we got our guy Dom the Cincinnati DJ Whore himself and we talk about his life and time in El Paso and on Cinci Street, his little love triangle and he tells about his most embarrassing sex story. Plus Sabring joins us and takes off some clothes for the vibes. Catch the full video on my OnlyFans and follow me on social media @ AaronScene! Onlyfans.com/aaronscene
Hour 2. The Rolling Stones have decided to cancel their own song, "Brown Sugar", and the show discusses vulgar music. Wiggy defends Kyrie Irving's choices regarding the vaccine mandate. Then, the News with Courtney. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Join the Creatives as they talk with Melissa Mollner! Melissa Mollner, originally from the LA area, has had a diverse career in an array of creative fields from television production, marketing and pr to theatre company operations and more, but began fully pursuing a career as a creative and artist in the past few years. In 2018, after a lifelong love of theatre and several years as Operations Manager of a NYC theatre company, she branched out to become an independent producer, starting Level Ground Productions and eventually co-producing Revelation: The Musical, off-Broadway in 2019. She went on to produce several virtual theatrical projects in 2020 and 2021. After a pandemic layoff started her job search, Melissa was inspired to go to makeup school, something she had thought about for years, and last fall she added Makeup Artist to her freelancer repertoire. Additionally, Melissa is a Live Producer for Church of the City New York and has a passion for mental health and helping others achieve their creative endeavors. Her work can be found at LevelGround.nyc. If you find our podcast helpful, we would really appreciate it if you rated and reviewed us Checkout our website: https://www.coffeeandcreativesproject.com Checkout Beccah's Website: https://teaandtolandmonsters.wixsite.com/ttmon Checkout Christina's Website: https://www.oddmutations.com Checkout Nate's Band's Website: https://www.churchfolkmusic.com Checkout Noelle's Website: https://www.nmcmanusart.com To follow along with our journey and to get inspiration daily checkout our instagram: https://www.instagram.com/coffee_and_creatives/ If you have any questions or comments, we'd love to hear from you. You can contact us through email at
Ed Durocher, guitarist of award winning Jazz group Apollo Suns, returns to the DTP to take us behind the groups new single ‘Lake Country'! ‘Lake Country' is our first taste of an upcoming 3rd EP from the Suns, and was written as a love letter to British Columbia, an ode to the province that most quickly embraced the group outside of their hometown of Winnipeg. Ed also chats with us about building the bands online presence & the connection w/ fans, signing with Color Red & building a following in the USA, learning to be patient, & much more!! Watch the video version: Connect with Apollo Suns: ----- Website: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: Bandcamp: Youtube: ----- Support Colton Gee & Desert Tiger ----- Check out our webstore @ Follow Colton Gee & Desert Tiger -----
Welcome to a new series on the Daily Music Business Podcast called ‘Coach ‘Em All. Run by Music marketer/coach Monica Strut, Manager/Agent Jayden Roy and Band Coach/Tour Manager Steven Cannatelli, this series answers some of the big questions around putting yourself out there as an artist and reaching the next level in your music career. Sign up to attend live at www.monicastrut.com/coachemall. Attendance is free or by donation. Enjoy! Episode Website Link: www.monicastrut.com/coachemall Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Daniel Kumapayi doesn't just want to create pathways toward his own artistic success - he's founded an organization called Àkójọpọ̀, which was built to support musicians in Nigeria who, despite lacking essential resources, are still committed to their own artistic successes. He chats with Garrett about the challenges of international arts philanthropy, the ways that people can support Àkójọpọ̀, and a little about his favorite (and not-so-favorite) Nigerian foods. Scott highlights the many sounds of music created by Indigenous artists, Garrett celebrates a fashion shift in orchestral performance spaces, and more. The guys close with a discussion on gun violence, the over-commodification of cannabis, and the problem of a continue reverence of Christopher Columbus. Playlist: Percy Grainger - "Colonial Song" (perf. UMich Symphony Band: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bJBI6rdETsk) Ludwig van Beethoven - "Scherzo" from Symphony No. 9 perf. London Symphony Orchestra - "Paint It Black" J25 - "Land Back" John Murphy - "In the House - In a Heartbeat" Louis Ballard - "Katcina Dances" Tiwa Savage - "Koroba" Àkójọpọ̀ Virtual Concert: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1zJSh1BZ_pU More: Follow Àkójọpọ̀: https://www.instagram.com/akojopomf/ Support Àkójọpọ̀: https://www.akojopomf.com Downbeat (Common speaks to the Breakfast Club): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i80sikOxvPs&t=18s A Composer Speaks Up In Defense of Bright Sheng: https://slippedisc.com/2021/10/a-composer-speaks-up-in-defence-of-bright-sheng/?fbclid=IwAR1pDQPMIZqFpmX7ddrRcpcehnVCdXsrEp7c6ZvHTYkvDJ_tnj7O8i_dIdw Orchestras Ditch the Tailcoats: https://www.inquirer.com/columnists/philadelphia-orchestra-fashion-white-tie-tails-20211006.html?fbclid=IwAR3wdIJhIXuA1unxouZ96VS9r3x0-4sPEK3ylK0YzzFLAHvLm9fWtrKNPwQ First Indigenous Woman To Judge Grammys: https://www.wpr.org/change-future-music-hip-hop-artist-first-indigenous-woman-judge-grammys Biden restores Utah's monuments: https://www.deseret.com/utah/2021/10/8/22716450/5-things-you-need-to-know-about-bidens-decision-on-utahs-monuments-public-lands-tourism-bears-ears
We're back with episode three of one month of The Kings of Nothing (https://open.spotify.com/artist/3iXVyKgxWUlzOTOE8O3AY9?si=jeHrfpoIQqOYLeR6yisL0A&dl_branch=1) On this episode, I talk with guitarist Zach Hutson who undoubtedly is the coolest member of the band, but insists he's not (Making him even cooler). We discuss his journey to becoming a guitar player, starting with listening to KISS as a kid, to starting lessons in third grade and wanting to shred, up to now where he DOES shred. Zach shares a ton of rad stories about music, the band, throwing up at the sight of a man, and some tips for anyone looking to learn guitar. Be sure to listen to the full episode to hear everything Zach has to say. At the very least, give TKON some love on Spotify https://open.spotify.com/artist/3iXVyKgxWUlzOTOE8O3AY9?si=jeHrfpoIQqOYLeR6yisL0A&dl_branch=1 Twitter https://twitter.com/TKONmusic and soon, YouTube. I love hearing from all of you, so don't hesitate to message me on any of my social media sites: https://www.instagram.com/expeditiontotry/ https://www.facebook.com/expeditiontotry/ Or check out some of my blogs at http://expeditiontotry.com/ For more content, check out the conversations I've had with friends about life and all the confusion that comes with it. https://anchor.fm/expeditiontotry and follow my own journey at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7pn8SRaud4Jd7kHcE_BX-Q --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Noch ist die Soiree bei den Verdurins nicht zu Ende gegangen: Brichot schwingt sich noch einmal zu einer geistreichen Bemerkung auf, die Madame Verdurin mit der ihr eigenen Überspanntheit kommentiert. Mehr: http://www.rbbkultur.de/proust Audio on Demand verfügbar bis 12.11.2021
Will and Frank join us on the Patreon this week. We chat about Frank's celebrity sports match experiences, what it was like filming Season Two of the mockumentary at Will's actual work during a work day, and Todd tells the story of "Jae and his nutmeg overdose". To hear the full episode head over to our Patreon https://patreon.com/whatagreatpunkSign up to our Patreon for a bonus pod each week (that's double the pod!) and other VIP stuff for just $5 a month:https://patreon.com/whatagreatpunkJoin us all in the TNSW Discord community chathttps://tnsw.co/discordWatch our Comedy Central Mockumentary series and TNSW Tonight! on YouTube:https://youtube.com/thesenewsouthwhalesFollow us on Twitch:https://twitch.tv/thesenewsouthwhalesTNSW on Spotify:https://open.spotify.com/artist/0srVTNI2U8J7vytCTprEk4?si=e9ibyNpiT2SDegTnJV_6Qg&dl_branch=1TNSW: @thesenewsouthwhalessJamie: @mossylovesyouTodd: @mrtoddandrewshttps://patreon.com/whatagreatpunkhttps://thesenewsouthwhales.comShout-outs to the Honorary Punks of the Pod:Oli MossBen Isaac MagnusHarry WalkomHugh FlassmanZac NickClaireElliott FlassmanJimi KendallEdmund SmithAngus LillieLachy TanBen Nelson
‘In Hearts Wake' front man Jake Taylor is not your ordinary metalcore vocalist, he is a survivalist and a primitive fire teacher with a deep love of, and connection to the natural world with a need to protect it. I myself am very proud of this episode as Jake really shows up in this podcast as the unique and powerful man he is.
Saudações, ouvintes apaixonados por locução. Está NO AR o 50º podcast VOZ OFF! Neste episódio, Antônio Viviani e Nicola Lauletta conversam online com uma grande voz do rádio e da TV. Natural de Marília - SP, acompanhou desde adolescente o pai - jornalista e radialista - em todas as emissoras em que ele trabalhou e dirigiu, sendo uma de suas primeiras atribuições o pomposo cargo de gillette press man (pra quem não está habituado com o termo, é a função daquele assistente de jornalista que recorta as notícias do jornal e cola num papel, para o locutor noticiarista ler ao vivo). Em Lençóis Paulista, sempre acompanhando o pai nas emissoras em que ele passava a dirigir, acabou tendo uma chance de ser locutor, dada pelo seu pai depois de ouvir os elogios de colegas de rádio à sua boa voz. Indo para São Paulo para estudar, conseguiu oportunidade de trabalhar no rádio paulista e passou por algumas das mais importantes emissoras da capital, como a Band, Cidade, 89 e América, e conseguiu grandes proezas na direção de algumas dessas emissoras. Foi na Band que conseguiu sua primeira oportunidade no jornalismo televisivo e passou a apresentar, entre outros, o Jornal de Domingo. Depois foi para a TV Globo apresentar o Bom dia São Paulo e hoje tem uma carreira consolidada no Canal Terra Viva, onde comanda vários programas e se considera completamente inserido no assunto Agro. Quem vai nos contar essa história de sucesso no rádio e na TV é Tavinho Ceschi! A conversa aconteceu em setembro de 2021 e você vai saber como foi que ele conseguiu promover verdadeiras viradas na programação de rádios como Cidade e 89, onde trabalhou também na direção artística. Com a gente, e pra vocês: TAVINHO CESCHI! Para seguir nas redes sociais: - Curta a página do podcast Voz Off no Facebook - Siga o @podcastvozoff no Twitter - Curta a página do Antonio Viviani no Facebook - Siga o @antonioviviani no Twitter - Siga o @antonio.viviani no Instagram - Siga o @nicolalauletta no Twitter - Curta a página do Echo's Studio no Facebook - Curta a página do Workshop de Locução Voz A Obra no Facebook - Ouça também o podcast TEXTO SENTIDO com Antônio Viviani Assine o FEED do Voz Off: Para ouvir o Voz Off no seu agregador de podcasts preferido, clique aqui e assine o nosso FEED! Assine e avalie nosso podcast no iTunes: Se você usa o iTunes no seu computador, tablet ou smartphone, assine e avalie nosso podcast clicando aqui! Voz Off no Spotify: Caso prefira ouvir o Voz Off no Spotify, é só clicar aqui e assinar o nosso podcast no serviço de streaming! E-mails: Mande seu feedback pra gente através do e-mail email@example.com! Publicidade: Entre em contato e saiba como anunciar sua marca, produto ou serviço em nossos podcasts.
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This week, Rich and Clint explore the magic of music made between siblings. Whether it's the precision of "blood harmony" or the innate chemistry, sibling bands can often discover musical bonds other bands can't find. But they also can flame out in spectacular fashion. What is the greatest sibling band of all-time? Rich and Clint discuss siblings like the Allmans, the Robinsons, the Everlys, the Gallaghers, the Jacksons, along with bands you may not know were siblings. With special guest Jeff Symonds. The Age Old Question is part of Pantheon Podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
** visit acedoutpodcast.com to see photos and more **“The funk is the stench that you smell after you work really hard.” So says MURGA BOOKER, drummer, percussionist, shaman & card-carrying funkateer. And he would know. After all, from 1980 to ‘85, Booker was deeply embedded in the P-Funk camp, working with George Clinton and everyone else around Disc Ltd. Studios in Detroit. He was snatched up by Rubber Band drummer Frankie “Cash” Waddy and Bootsy Collins himself after they had heard him play the Moroccan clay drums at his pad. They were also impressed by Booker's work with Weather Report, bassist Michael Henderson, and Detroit soul group the Fantastic Four. By then, Muruga had figured out how to make himself indispensable to producers and bandleaders alike. “I saw everybody in Detroit at Motown playing congas and bongos and maybe some timbales.” He explains. “So I went to Israeli and Greek doumbek and Moroccan clay drums… By having those instruments, I was not in any direct competition.” This explains the sounds of albums like the Electric Spanking of War Babies, which you might have noticed has a lot more varied and freaky percussion in the mix than Funkadelic records previous. Muruga's funky hands are also busy on Clinton solo joints such as Computer Games (1982) and You Shouldn't Nuf Bit Fish (1983), the P-Funk AllStars' Urban Dance Floor Guerillas (1983), and the lesser known gem, a Bootsy project called GodMama (1981). But that's not all. Being around George during this period also put Murugua in direct proximity to Sly Stone, whom Booker was able to entice to play bass (!) on his project, Muruga and the Soda Jerks, a quirky, New Wave-sounding version of the P signed and produced by Clinton. But Muruga's contribution to Parliament-Funkadelic was not only musical but also medicinal. He served as the group's masseuse and yoga instructor, teaching Bernie Worrell, George, Sly, et al breathing techniques in between bites of Booker's mother's paprikash. But Muruga's musical journey didn't start with the P — not by a long shot. In fact, as a teenager in 1960, Steve (not yet Muruga) Booker already had a hit. The band was called the Low Rocks and the song was “Blueberry Jam,” a super-sped up reworking of “Blueberry Hill” by Fats Domino. “We were the young garage punks of the era” says Booker, who was recruited directly from the audience when the previous Low Rocks drummer abruptly quit at a house party. The gig wound up lasting only a year, but the band had some exciting opportunities, including backing up Little Stevie Wonder in a battle of the bands. Soon after that, Steve Booker began to see the drums not just as an instrument but also as a theory of life. He basically moved into Detroit's legendary blues and folk club the Chess Mate, where he would eventually become bandleader. There he would play hours-long drum solos every night. But the young Serbian stickman still lacked some key ingredients. One night, after he had finished yet another one of his extended excursions, a Black gentleman approached. “I see what you're trying to do,” he told Booker. But rather then launching into a lecture, the man handed him a cassette tape of Drums of Passion by Nigerian drummer Babatunde Olatunji. And just like that, Booker's life changed. He spent the next two weeks in his mom's living room, eight hours per day, dancing to Drums and seeing how the music made his body move. Things were starting to make sense. “If you do not love Africa or it's people, then you cannot love the blues, or jazz, or rock and roll,” he says. The lessons came in handy when he played support for none other than John Lee Hooker, whom he grew to admire deeply. “I realized that Hooker was not just a blues man, but he was a spiritual ju ju man, a healer,” says Booker. “Also he was a storyteller… That comes from griot. The griot is the storyteller of the tribe.” The pairing of the two went so well they were featured as a double bill, “Hooker & Booker.” Booker also had some of the best jams in his life at The Scene club in New York, where the top musicians of the day would go to let it all hang out musically when they weren't in the studio or on tour. There the Band of Gypsys' Buddy Miles served as a musical lightning rod of sorts. “When you go play the top clubs like The Scene,” Booker explains, “it's top musicians going there, but jamming and intermingling and exchanging with each other… That's the place where a George Clinton or a Sly Stone or a Mitch Mitchell or a Larry Coryell could go. But Buddy Miles… He was creating an atmosphere that drew all of those musicians like bees to honey.” By the late 60's into the 70s, Booker's deep plunges into musical depths had evolved into an intense curiosity and appreciation for spiritual contemplation—even more so than many peers of the era. This phase of his journey truly began on Day 1 of the iconic Woodstock Festival, where he landed in a helicopter to perform with Tim Hardin. It was there that he found himself in the presence of Swami Satchidananda, with whom Booker would live in ashram for two years as a celibate monk. In fact, it was Satchidananda who gave Muruga his name.As a result of such intense studies, Muruga became very adept at tuning in rather than tuning out, and adapting his more avant garde, exploratory tendencies to a centered principle. “A musician has to listen,” he explains. “Then you respond.” But he contends that he reached his highest plateau as a drummer once he mastered the concept of ambience and space, which he defines as: “to play the space as well as the note, and to create ambience with the space within the notes.” This seemingly unlikely marriage of freedom and discipline ultimately leads to Muruga's theory of employing “law and grace” when serving up the Funk. “1-2-3-4 is a law,” he teaches. “On the one is the law… But grace is ‘I'm being in the oneness' while I am playing.” In other words, the law guides you until you are ready to transcend it, to exist in the groove. “You must know this,” he insists. “Otherwise you don't even know funk.” Today, Muruga lives in Ann Arbor and is as jovial and active as ever, an orthodox priest and patented inventor of the Nada drum with a catalog of music that is deep and wide. In this expansive, inspiring and often hilarious interview, Muruga talks about how he used to add wah-wah's and phasers to his cymbals in order to “wake people up” by reenacting the then-ongoing Vietnam War onstage—causing half an audience in the South to give him a standing ovation, and the other half to walk out. Muruga also talks about why the rhythmic concept of “the push and drag” is the essence of life, mistakes drummers tend to make when playing the blues, and why he got scared the first time he heard the drum machine. As if that weren't enough, Muruga also describes being made fun of by Don Rickles for 20 minutes straight, the magic of Sly Stone's recording techniques, why Richie Havens is an “illuminary,” and that time he jammed one-on-one with JIMI HENDRIX on bass.Produced & Hosted by Ace AlanCohosted by Jay Stonew/ Content Produced by Aaron Booker & AndreFoxxeWebsite & Art by 3chardsEngineered by Nick “Waes” Carden at the Blue Room in Oakland, CABut we couldn't have done it without Mawnstr and especially Scott SheppardIntro track “I Can Never Be” from Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth by the Funkanauts. Go get it wherever music is sold. RIP Brotha P. Rest in Power ROBIN RUSSELL of New Birth(Aug 27, 1952 — Sep 8, 2021) ** visit acedoutpodcast.com to see photos and more **
The Band of Force moves on towards Sandy Hill, where unexpected things happen...The adventure in Ravenland continues. This time Vahni joins and the mishaps keep on comin'...We're an award winning actual play podcast where professional actors in Sweden play the best of Swedish RPGs! Led by one of Swedens most experienced and appreciated podcast Game Masters we play Forbidden Lands, by Fria Ligan (Free League publishing).Starring: Ingela Lundh, Anneli Heed, Dominic Kelly and Mattias Redbo.Game master: Andreas LundströmCheck out our filmed oneshot for Medeltidsveckan (medieval week) at medeltidsveckan.se
It's a musical match made in heaven! They're one of Ireland's biggest bands, he's one of the most famous singers in the country but things could have nearly been very different for Kodaline and Gavin James. [audio mp3="https://media.radiocms.net/uploads/2021/10/11121437/SteveG_1110.mp3"][/audio] Speaking to Dermot and Dave about his new book 'High Hopes', Kodaline lead singer Steve Garrigan revealed that he was eyeing up Gavin James to join the band as they recorded their first album. In fact, he was 'hopping on the Swords Express' into town when he got the call to say Gavin wouldn't be able to meet, and the rest, as they say is history. Steve also spoke frankly about his life with severe anxiety, how music has been a support to him, and what's next for Kodaline. You can catch the chat by clicking play above, and Steve will be in conversation with Fergal D'Arcy on Thursday October 14th, as part of the Dublin Book Festival. Tickets are available on Eventbrite.
It's all about the diary this week, because that also makes it all about the h Band. February 1997 saw the first incarnation of the h Band take to stages around Europe for a short but near-legendary tour. We touched on it a little bit last week, but it seemed only right that it got a bit more attention - bearing in mind it would be such a fleeting reference. But we packed a lot into those few days, as London, Paris, Amsterdam & Cologne all came into view, to offer up something unique before fading into the mist. And the intellectual heft? Well lets just say 'elephant-dung-infused' and leave it at that. Love'n'Elsan h https://www.marillion.com/shop/corona/index.htm (TCD Merch Store) https://www.patreon.com/coronadiaries (Become Purple and support the show) http://marillion.com/shop/merch/hogarthbook01.htm (The Invisible Man Volume 1: 1991-1997) http://marillion.com/shop/merch/hogarthbook02.htm (The Invisible Man Volume2: 1998-2014) https://www.facebook.com/IceCreamGenius/ (Facebook) https://www.instagram.com/stevehogarthonline/ (Instagram) http://www.stevehogarth.com/ (Website) Support this podcast
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The living world moves in pulses, defined equally by motion and pause. As waterpeople, we know this. Daize & Aamion Goodwin are a couple of exceptional surfers who have taken to applying the philosophy of the pause to daily life as a family.Daize is a two time world longboard champion and Aamion made a successful career as a multi-faceted waterman renowned for his casual approach to Pipeline and other waves of consequence. Now in their 17th year of marriage, with three wildlings, Daize and Aamion have become known for their freerange approach to parenting while maintaining surfing lives of their own. In 2016, they delivered the film Given into the world, named after their first born, -- a documentary that follows their family from their island home of Kauai through 15 countries in the quest for surf and to fulfill a calling handed down through generations.Theirs is a surfing love story, defined by the crests and troughs many know well: finding work/life balance, learning how to communicate, adapting to the seasons of parenting, falling in and out of love. "That's what marriage is," Daize says. As perpetual students of surfing, life and love, The Goodwins talk us through a little of what they've learned along the way. ...Listen with Lauren L. Hill & Dave RastovichSound Engineer & Music By: Shannon Sol Carroll Additional music: ‘Evergreen' by Band of Frequencies: Men of Wood & Foam album www.bandoffreqs.bandcamp.comTaki Gold'Liberian Boy'Join the conversation: @Waterpeoplepodcast Waterpeoplepodcast.com
Find out how to say the super useful phrase “sorry I'm late” in Chinese with ShaoLan and Transition drummer, Josh Edbrooke. Follow the conversation and the other useful applications of “late” but be careful who you say them to (listen in to find out why)!
Old Dominion stops by to talk about their new album, perform some songs and even get in on The Morning Corny! The show competes in a karaoke competition and sing “Hotel Key” with Old Dominion as the backing band and acting as judges. We get a MAJOR update from Abby and her dating situation. You have to hear it to believe it!!!! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com