Bob Marley was more than just a musician. He was a musical pioneer. An ambassador of Jamaican culture. A humanitarian, an activist, and a really competitive soccer player. He grew up in one of the poorest neighborhoods of Kingstown, Jamaica, but thought music could change the world. His songs talk about standing up to oppression, hope, freedom, politics, and love. He survived an assassination attempt and then tragically died of cancer at just 36 years old. One today's episode of Prisoners of Rock and Roll, we're going to explore the life and music of the man who wove reggae music into the fabric of modern music. Check out our episode playlist. Part of Pantheon Podcasts. Check us out on Facebook and Twitter, or shoot get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Check out today's episode as your hosts discuss what's poppin' with Kanye West and McDonald's, Sir Elton John's new collaborations, as well as the late, great Bob Marley. Also, check out what happened with Big Sean that made the Queens' kids get really transparent. So, grab something to take notes with and check it out. What You Will Learn: How to stay relevant through humility Intentionality in reaching out to the next generation Making sure our business is in order to pass to our people Watch how people treat your family at the business table What it looks like when the grind works against you How to achieve ultimate happiness Sponsored by Ecamm Live: nickyandmoose.com/ecamm Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jedi Yogi John Marcoux returns to provide his analysis of seasons one and two of THE MANDALORAIN. John digs deep into the history of mythology and literature to reveal the storytelling foundations of the popular Disney+ series. From the poetry of Homer to the lyrics of Bob Marley, John's STAR WARS hot takes are always eye-opening and interesting. Princess Leia - Pilot or not? We look at the evidence. Ming Na Wen discussed Fennic Shand in a recent interview and we got the highlights. Plus, Star Wars In Pop Culture features GRACE AND FRANKIE and Ron Howard.
Sandra Herrera and Lisa Roman sit down with Cadella Marley, Bob Marley's daughter and Global Ambassador for the Jamaican National Women's Football team, and her cousin and business partner Myshjua Allen Murray. They discuss the inaugural Football is Freedom Festival centered around the international friendly in DRV Pink Stadium in Fort Lauderdale, FL between Jamaica and Costa Rica. Marley discusses the mission of the foundation to support the development of women's football in Jamaica, supporting the Reggae Girlz and how to grow women's football in the diaspora. The foundation invests in the wellness of female footballers, getting scholarships and programs to assist Reggae Girlz's retirement, Football is Freedom Tickets: https://www.ticketmaster.com/football-is-freedom-fort-lauderdale-florida-10-24-2021/event/0D005B41906CAEE Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Arinzé Kene talks to Samira Ahmed about playing Bob Marley in the new musical Get Up, StandUp! Singer Clare Norburn is live in the studio to perform a piece by 16th Century composer John Dowland and discuss her new play about Dowland, I, Spie. We discuss the inaugural Working Class Writers Festival taking place in Bristol this weekend with organiser Natasha Carthew and publisher Sarah Fortune. Presenter: Samira Ahmed Producer: Olivia Skinner
I AM ATHLETE Miami | Season 3: Episode 7Rohan Marley, son of Bob Marley joins Brandon Marshall, Chad Johnson, Channing Crowder and Jared Odrick in Episode 7 of I AM ATHLETE Miami. Rohan discusses navigating and obtaining his fathers name and likeness after his death, playing football along side longtime friend Ray Lewis in college and using his father's music to discover his lion's order.I AM ATHLETE:Official Site: https://iamathletetv.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/iamathlete Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iamathletep...HOUSE OF ATHLETE:Official Site: https://houseofathlete.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/thehouseofa... Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/houseofathlete #IAMATHLETE#BrandonMarshall#ChadJohnson#ChanningCrowder#JaredOdrick#RohanMarley#MoreThanAPodcastIf you or someone you know has a gambling problem, crisis counseling and referral services can be accessed by calling 1-800-GAMBLER (1-800-426-2537) (IL).Gambling problem? Call 1-800-GAMBLER (IN/MI/NJ/PA/WV/WY), 1-800-522-4700 (CO/NH), 1-800-BETS OFF (IA), 1-888-532-3500 (VA), 1-800-NEXT STEP (AZ) or call/text TN REDLINE 1-800-889-9789 (TN).21+ (18+ NH/WY). AZ/CO/IL/IN/IA/MI/NH/NJ/PA/TN/VA/WV/WY only. Eligibility restrictions apply. See draftkings.com/sportsbook for full terms and conditions.
Join Andrew and Brandon as they journey back to October 1992, but first they talk about the surprise trailer for Home Sweet Home Alone and debate which white comedian actor in the movie is the “low-rent Jason Sudeikis,” before discussing most googled Halloween candies by state. After the break, they discuss their least favorite Halloween candies from the ‘90s. Brandon introduces Andrew to the infamous Sinead O'Connor SNL performance where she ripped up the photo of Pope John Paul II while singing a cover of Bob Marley's War. When talking about the X-Men animated series Brandon tries to recreate the theme song while Andrew tries to remember a bit about Professor X from The Internship. Finally they close out the episode by quacking about The Mighty Ducks movie. Check out this week's Spotify Playlist:https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3pMcMXgrSoXTWn1onSMYCV?si=de983ebbe9ad4cb1Like the show? Leave us a 5 star review and subscribe!Send us a tweet at @Namely90sDiscuss the show on Instagram @Namely90sFind us online at Namely90s.comConsider joining our Patreon at Patreon.com/Namely90sFollow Brandon on Twitter at @bschwittyFollow Andrew on Twitter at @NamelyAndrewOutro:Pixelland by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4222-pixellandLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/Pre-Roll Teaser for October's Halloween themed episodes and Podcast of Horror II releasing November 1st.
US cannabis culture has its roots deeply planted in reggae music. "Rockers" is the quintessential cult movie credited with introducing reggae music, Rastafarianism, and ganja to young American audiences in the 1970s. Before his death in 2015, the film's director Ted Bafaloukos penned an autobiography about his discovery of reggae in New York, and his experience shooting "Rockers" in Jamaica. In this episode, Brit talks to Gingko Press publisher David Lopes about the book "Rockers: The Making of Reggae's Most Iconic Film." Then, Brit talks to Niambe McIntosh, the youngest daughter of the late reggae legend Peter Tosh, founding member of The Wailers, to discuss the connection between the Rastafarian faith in Jamaica, weed, and reggae music.Find Different Leaf the magazine now on the shelves at Barnes and Noble and Books-A-Million bookstores across the US. Search for your nearest location or buy issues at differentleaf.com. Follow us on social media @differentleaf and @different_leaf, and follow host Brit Smith on social media @BritTheBritish.This episode includes music by Ketsa, Kiddus-I, Peter Tosh, and Bob Marley. Produced by Andrea Muraskin and Brit Smith, music by Homebody.
Jürgen Ruff im Gespräch mit Jens Barthel: - Studierte Sportwissenschaft und Betriebswirtschaft - Wie aus einem hyperaktivem Kind ein Welt- und Europameister wird - Es sind die kleinen Dinge, die große Erfolge erzielen - Respekt voreinander, Demut, achtsamer Umgang mit sich selbst - Mein Wirken nach außen ist der Spiegel meiner eigenen Persönlichkeit Webseite: - https://www.dr-jens-barthel.de/ Hat Dir dieser Podcast gefallen? Dann abonniere ihn gerne. So verpasst Du keine Folge. Teile ihn mit Menschen, die etwas für sich tun möchten. Bei iTunes freue ich mich über Deine positive Bewertung und Deine Rezension. So sorgst Du dafür, dass dieser Podcast auch anderen Menschen angezeigt wird. Du hast Fragen zum Podcast, an meinen Gast oder Wünsche oder Anregungen. Ich freue mich auf Deine Nachricht. Schreibe an: email@example.com Mache Dir einen wunderschönen Tag - frei nach dem Zitat von Bob Marley: "Love the life you live Live the life you love." Dein Jürgen https://potenzialgestalter.de
We talk to the passionate Michele Kajiwara, SVP Premium at the STAPLES Center.She talks about selling sports experiences in a Covid world, the impact of the social justice movement and how much she missed the thrill of live entertainment during the pandemic.Michele talks passionately about the sports experience, tells the story of being invited to a funeral of one her clients and how all the stories were of shared experiences and what it is like to be in a sports venue when something truly historic happens.She talks about Kobe Bryant, his impact on her and the night he scored 81 points.And she explains why she wants to share a Japanese whisky with Bob Marley in the Seychelles.
Welcome to episode 92 of Activist #MMT. Today's part two of my two-part conversation with Fadhel Kaboub about his personal story. Fadhel is an economics professor at Denison University in Granville, Ohio, and the president of the Global Institute for Sustainable Prosperity, an interdisciplinary public policy think tank. The focus of his academic work is how the lens of MMT can inform developing nations. I've written a post filled with links to Fadhel's papers, posts, and appearances, a link to which you can find in the show notes. In part one, we discussed Fadhel's personal story, from childhood through parenthood. Today in part two, Fadhel finishes his story about being parent of three little boys and how music is part of how he raises them. We then turn to his own eclectic taste in music, ranging from Metallica and Guns N' Roses to Tunisian hip-hop. We especially focus on Bob Marley. In the second half of today's episode, we return to academic topics, primarily discussing how Fadhel's work on developing nations relates to the work of John Harvey on exchange rate determination. We end on the topic of the 2011 Tunisian uprising, as discussed in the recent New York Times article in which Fadhel is extensively quoted. Now, let's get right back to my conversation with Fadhel Kaboub.
This weeks show starts off with music from Culture, Simple Simon, Peter Tosh, Little Roy, Burning Spear, Bob Marley, Linval Thompson, Jah Stitch, Barry Brown, Keith Hudson, The Paragons, Misty In Roots, Ronnie Davis, Sugar Minott, Tenor Saw and Garnet Silk. New music this week comes from Micah Shemaiah, Autarchii, Jubba White, Junior Kelly, Mykal Rose, AJ Brown, Shaggy & Rayvon, Gappy Ranks, Taj Weekes, Meta & The Cornerstones, Max Romeo with Anthony B, Pliers, TLC Band, Sgt. Remo with Ranking Joe, George Palmer and Lion D, and Kingston Express with YT. Culture - Pirate Days - Two Sevens Clash: 30th Anniversary Edition - Shanachie Simple Simon - Christopher Columbus - Reggae Move - Vista Sounds Peter Tosh - You Can't Blame The Youth - Equal Rights Legacy Edition - Columbia Legacy Litttle Roy - Columbus Ship - Sounds and Pressure Vol. 2 - Pressure Sounds Burning Spear - Columbus - Hail H.I.M. - EMI Burning Spear - Pirates Dub (Columbus) - Living Dub Vol. 2 - Burning Music Dub Proof feat. Addis Pablo - Frozen Dub - Dub Proof - Dub Proof Music Bob Marley & The Wailers - Natural Mystic - Exodus - Tuff Gong Linval Thompson - Cool Down Your Temper- Ride On Dreadlocks 1975-1977 - Blood & Fire Jah Stitch - Cool Down Youthman - Original Ragga Muffin 1975-1977 - Blood & Fire Barry Brown - Cool Pon Your Corner - Let's Go To The Blues - Kingston Sounds Keith Hudson - Darkest Night/Darkest Night Version - Flesh Of My Skin Blood Of My Blood - 17th North Parade/VP Records The Paragons - Do The Best Thing - Wild Flower Patrick Andy - What A Sufferation - Yabby You Dread Prophecy: The Strange and Wonderful Story Of Yabby You - Shanachie Michael Rose - Guess Who's Coming To Dinner/Clap The Barber - Niney The Observer: Roots With Quality - VP Records Misty In Roots - Poor & Needy - Earth - People Unite Ronnie Davis - Sing And Pray To Jah - Version City Rockers: Darker Roots - Antifaz Sugar Minott - Herbsman Hustling - Sugar & Spice - Ras Records Brigadier Jerry - Solomon - Jwyanza - Jwyanza Lone Ranger - M 16 - The Channel One Story - VP Records Tenor Saw - Lots Of Sign - Fever - Ras Records Garnet Silk - Splashing Dashing - Reggae Anthology: Music Is The Rod - VP Records Garnet Silk - Born Free/Splashing Dashing(The Lord's Prayer) - Garnet Silk Meets The Conquering Lion - Earthman Music Macka B - Rasta Tell Dem - Neva Played A 45 - Peckings Micah Shemaiah - Natural Man/Natural Dub - Zion High Productions Autarchii - Fire Nah Blaze - Red A Red Music Group Jubba White - Lively Groove - My Random Thoughts - White Stone Productions Teacha Dee - The Golden Rule - Serious Time Riddim - House Of Riddim Junior Kelly - No More Lies - Freedom Sound Riddim - Adrian Donsome Hanson Mykal Rose - I Give You Love - Freedom Sound Riddim - Adrian Donsome Hanson Inna Vision feat. Richie Spice - 24 - Reggae Lives AJ Brown - People Are People - The Train Is Coming Riddim - Upstairs Music Shaggy & Rayvon - Drive Me Insane - Doo Run Riddim - VPal Kevin Lawrence - Run Run - Doo Run Riddim - VPal Gappy Ranks - Flowers - King I-vier Music /Loud City Dub Zone featuring Strictly Dubwize & Extended Dub Mixes Vin Gordon - African Shores - African Shores - Tradition Disc 10 Ft. Ganja Plant - Machete Strike - Bush Rock - ROIR Pachyman - Champion Sound - The Return Of Pachyman - ATO Records Gussie P - Culture Dub - Conquering Lion In Dub Vol. 1 - Gussie P Dennis Bovell Meets Dubblestandart - Fly Me To The Moon Dub - Repulse Reggae Classics - Echo Beach Reggae On Top All Stars - Sensi Mek You Smile Dub - Chalice Dub Part 2 - Reggae On Top King Tubby - 91 Orange Street - Niney The Observer Presents: King Tubby In Dub Bring The Dub Come - Heartbeat Records Green Lion Crew feat. Lee Scratch Perry & Yaadcore - Green Brain - Ineffable Records Chezidek - Spirtual People/Spiritual Dub - King Of The Dub Rock 3 - Jah Solid Rock Danny Red & Jah Disciple - Tell Jah Sorry/Tell Jah Sorry Version - Black Board Jungle Indica Dubs Meets Vibronics feat. Shiva - Jah Is Here - Highest Principals Of Dub - Indica Dubs Dennis Brown w/ Mafia & Fluxy - Want More/Dub More - High Steppers Mighty Diamonds & Cultural Warriors - Gates Of Zion/Gates Of Zion (Vocal Dub) - Evidence Music ==================================== Taj Weekes - Rainstorm - Pause - Jatta Records Meta & The Cornerstones feat. The Skankin' Monks - Tresspass - Dia - Metarize Pressure Busspipe feat. Kabaka Pyramid - No Man Is An Island - Heights Of Greatness - Busspipe Manudigital & Rastar All Stars feat. Yami Bolo - Jah Life So Sweet - Manudigital Meets Rastar All Stars Vol. 1 - Rastar Records Max Romeo & Anthony B - Public Enemy - Zion High Music Pliers - Justice System - Fox Masters Production Chezidek - Blood Money - Fox Masters Production TLC Band - How Can You Deny - Tuff Kruffy Sgt. Remo & Ranking Joe - Delivery Service - Sergio Ortiz Kingston Express feat. YT - Dancehall Energy - City Lock - Kingston Express Records King Kong - Call Mr. Madden - Rumble Jumble Life - Massive B Little Twitch - Respect Due - King Jammy's Selectors Choice Vol. 3 - VP Records Shelly Thunder - Kuff - What A Bam Bam (Dancehall Queens) - Shanachie King Kong - Trouble Again - Trouble Again - Greensleeves Courtney Melody - Down In The Dancehall - Modern Girl - Artists Only Records Derrick Parker - Cool it Off - Dancehall Stylee: The Best Of Reggae Dancehall Music - Profile Sister Carol - Murdee & Stylee - Black Cinderella - Heartbeat Records George Palmer & Lion D - Come We Just A Come/Dub We Just A Dub - Irie Ites Records Enjoy!
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The great Bob Marley once said, “One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain,” and in modern medicine, we are now seeing the application of music to help patients on the road to recovery. Using music this way is called music therapy and in this special episode, our guest will talk all about it. Dr. Richard Marn sits down for an information-packed conversation with author, coach and music therapist, Tim Ringgold. Tim talks about the profession, how music therapy works and its benefits in helping patients on the road to wellness. Tune in and listen as Richard and Tim make beautiful music in this special episode.
While held captive for 32 months by Somali pirates, writer and Dylan fan Michael Scott Moore had plenty of opportunity to contemplate lyrics, especially All Along The Watchtower. He was given a Bible during his captivity and discovered, in Isaiah, “the ramparts, the princes, the two horsemen and the wildcat. The whole song clicked! It's about the fall of Babylon! Or Western Capitalism. Or the music business.” His other favourite captivity song was Jokerman (“freedom just around the corner for you”). We delve into the mysterious Infidels album in detail (“is he accusing the audience or himself with that title? I never got the sense that he left himself out of the equation”). Other topics covered: Dick Dale, Charlie McCoy, Bobbie Gentry, surfing in the Gaza Strip and the philosophy of Richard Mitchell. Don't miss our most wide-ranging episode so far. Michael Scott Moore is an award-winning journalist and novelist, author of a comic novel about L.A., Too Much of Nothing, as well as a travel book about surfing, Sweetness and Blood, which was named a best book of 2010 by The Economist. He's been a visiting professor at the Columbia School of the Arts and worked for several years as an editor and writer at Spiegel Online in Berlin. Michael was kidnapped in early 2012 on a reporting trip to Somalia and held hostage. The Desert and the Sea, his memoir about that ordeal, became an international bestseller. Website Trailer Twitter Spotify playlist Listeners: please subscribe and/or leave a review and a rating. Twitter @isitrollingpod Recorded 10th August 2021 This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, we welcome the excellent Miles Marshall Lewis to Zoom in from his native New York City. Co-hosts Barney, Mark & Jasper ask Miles about his formative musical experiences in the South Bronx, including the impact of his parents' superhip record collection. The conversation turns to hip hop, and then to the "mashing" of jazz and rap on the first three Tribe Called Quest albums — which leads circuitously to Kendrick Lamar's jazz-infused 2015 masterpiece To Pimp a Butterfly, and then to the biography (Promise That You Will Sing About Me: The Power & Poetry of Kendrick Lamar) that Miles has just published. Jasper asks the author about Kamasi Washington and other guest stars on Butterfly, after which we swing to the opposite end of the jazz spectrum and discuss Tony Scherman's 1996 interview with somewhat divisive traditionalist Wynton Marsalis — the week's new audio offering, from which we hear two clips. From jazz and hip hop we turn to reggae and to the week's featured artist Bob Marley. Prompted by the imminent London premiere of Marley musical Get Up, Stand Up!, we hear the voice of the Jamaican superstar as he speaks to Karl Dallas about 'I Shot the Sheriff', a mere day after the Wailers blew the roof off London's Lyceum theatre on 18th July, 1975. After bidding farewell to Status Quo bassist/cofounder Alan Lancaster and to George "Commander Cody" Frayne IV, the RBP team talk us through the 100+ pieces added to our library over the past two weeks. These include Lillian Roxon writing about L.A. in the aftermath of the 1969 Manson killings (before Manson has been arrested); Ronnie Hawkins in hot water with former charges The Band/Hawks (also 1969), Michael Watts in hot pursuit of Iggy Pop in 1977, Mark Rozzo revisiting "ultimate cult album" Big Star Third in 2006, and — bringing the episode full circle — our special guest on Baz Luhrmann's 2016 hip hop drama The Get Down... Pieces discussed: The Sound in Our Veins: Jazz, Kendrick Lamar, Wynton Marsalis, Wynton Marsalis audio, Bob Marley audio, Bob Marley, Status Quo, Commander Cody, Robert Shelton, Hollywood 1969, Blue Note Records, Ronnie Hawkins, The Band, Iggy Pop, Take That, Big Star, Gorillaz, John Coltrane and The Get Down.
Sheku and Isata Kanneh-Mason, are two of seven musical siblings from Nottingham. They still argue over board games and, as children, strove to win the annual Christmas bedroom-decorating competition. But their on-stage relationships are totally different, revelling in each other's unique skills and abilities. In this episode they talk about the importance of creativity for its own sake, family WhatsApp groups and celebrate 'MUSE' their first album as a duo. Click HERE to hear all 7 siblings perform their beautiful arrangement of Bob Marley's 'Redemption Song'. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
G Cole talks with Broadcast Legend, Curator, Music Journalist and Podcaster, Dermot Hussey. They talk music, radio, historic times in Jamaica's history and his iconic interviews with Peter Tosh, Bob Marley, Quincy Jones and more. https://music.apple.com/us/album/gregory-isaacs-dub-versions-vinyl-cut/1567908445 Please Subscribe to our YouTube Channel https://youtube.com/c/GregoryColeHomegrownWithGCole
Episode: 9.24.21 “Feeling Sluggish… Music Can Help!”What do professional players do when they wake up sluggish?Music helps!Bob MarleyHillsong UnitedRage Against The MachineChris StapletonThanks for picking me up this morning!Listen, Subscribe and Review on any of your favorite podcast listening apps. Don't miss a new, five minute podcast, Monday-Friday at 10am. Find Me: Twitter: @MocabeePodcastFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/MocabeePodcastShow/Instagram: @mocabeepodcastshow
We're back baby! Hope everyone had a great summer because it's time to talk about assassination and the Deep State. Friend of the show Yaki Margulies has returned to tell us all about the mysterious murder of John Lennon, and its possible ties to that boogeyman of most American mishaps, the CIA. How did the worst Beatle end up dead at the hands of some weird guy from Texas? Did it really have anything to do with famously annoying YA novel Catcher in the Rye? What happened to Bob Marley's foot? And what's the Yoko Ono of it all? Katelyn and Alexis are delighted to bring you the answers to these questions and more in this new season of... Lizard People.
A Politico article from Ben Schreckinger confirms that some of the Ukrainian business related emails talking about “the big man” in Hunter Bidens laptop were confirmed to be real and genuine. They went on to cover themselves saying "While the leak contains genuine files, it remains possible that fake material has been slipped in." Not to brag but Hard Factor was one of the few “media” sources that predicted the materials in Hunter Biden's stolen laptop were real, especially the sex stuff. Cup Of Coffee in the Big Time 00:00:00 - Timestamps 00:07:51 – Fun Fact – Space suits used to cost 12 million dollars in 1974 per spacesuit and NASA is going to pay 1 billion dollars for the new space suits 00:11:18 – Holidays: Celebrate bi sexuality, dogs in politics day, national checkers day 00:13:19 – Today in History – 1779 John Paul Jones, screamed “I have not yet begun to fight”, 1846 Neptune observed for first time, 1980 Bob Marley's last concert 00:17:08 – Honorable Mentions: NFL parlay better lost but paid 133k from MGM; Spaceforce uniforms causing a buzz; Tim Scott and Cory Booker stalemate on police reform bill, Michael Flynn thinks covid vaccines are being put in salad dressings 00:20:34 - #3 – Thanos – The new movie the Eternals has links to Thanos the main villain of the Avengers movies 00:22:40 - #2 – Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell gave a speech about the economy with emphasis on inflation and interest rates 00:28:22 - #1 – Hunter Biden Laptop is real confirmed by independent sources in a new Politico article from Ben Schreckinger 00:38:22 - A couple of guys in Byram Mississippi saw a “free car” on the side of the road with the keys in it and took it but it turns out the owner was dead in the trunk TTIM - 00:46:53 – England - Boris Johnson – For the first time ever in an interview with Savannah Guthrie Boris admitted to having six kids with one on the way 00:50:11 – China – A giant moon got loose from the moon festival and rolled down the street 00:51:48 – Canary Islands – A major volcanic eruption is happening and homes are being destroyed with several thousand evacuations going on 00:56:20 - A man had a horrible and rare medical condition where he ejaculated from his rear end due to a hole from a catheter that crossed the lines These stories and more… brought to you by our fantastic sponsors. Laithwaites Wines - Now, get six amazing bottles of wine, plus two bonus bottles and two stemless wine glasses for $49.99 (plus tax) with free delivery. Just text HARD to 64-000! To get this special offer, text HARD to 64-000. That's HARD to 64-000. Terms apply, available at laithwaites.com/terms. Raycon Earbuds - Raycon exists to prove that premium audio doesn't have to price you out. We're here to defy the industry by tailoring our tech to the people– giving them booming audio and luxurious comfort. Get 15% off their Raycon order at buyraycon.com/hardfactor. Express VPN - Protect your online activity TODAY with the VPN rated #1 by CNET. Visit our exclusive link ExpressVPN.com/hardfactor and you can get an extra 3 months FREE on a one-year package. Leave us a Voicemail at 512-270-1480 or or send us a voicememo to email@example.com & leave a 5-Star review on Apple Pods to hear it on Friday's show Follow/Subscribe @HardFactorNews on Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, YouTube, Facebook, Apple Pods and Spotify to support the Show!
Howard Bloom joins The DK Project to talk about his time as Michael Jackson's publicist during 1980s. Although Bloom grew up to be an aristocratic scientist who knew nothing about popular music, he became a journalist in the world of music and in 1976 founded one of the biggest publisher companies in the music industry in the 1970s and 1980s. He has been instrumental in building or sustaining more than 100 careers, including Prince, Bob Marley, Jöhn, ZZ Top, Bette Midler, Billy Joel, and, of course, Michael Jackson. Howard and Darren will be discussing his fascinating and extraordinary musical journey, how he came to work with the Jackson family and how he deepens the philosophies of Howard about what made him so magical. They also talked about Howard's new book and its many great stories of Einstein, Michael Jackson, and Me: a soul search in the power pits of Rock and Roll are all going on. TIME STAMPS: 1:41 Background/ History of Mr. Howard Bloom 19:08 – Howard's musical Journey 24:00 – Howard founded East Coast public service relations department for ABCs. 25:00- Howard founded a PR Company - Working with the Legends 25:50- Howard's experience working with Michael Jackson 59:25 –The New Book: Einstein, Michael Jackson & me 1:11:00 - The Grand Unified Theory of Howard Bloom Movie Howard Bloom's Words of Wisdom / Quotations: “I didn't care about money. What I cared about was the quest, the quest for knowledge, the quest to find this dark underbelly.” Connect with Howard Bloom Website: howardbloom.net Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Keep in touch! That's it. That's the end. That's a wrap. That's a wrap for today's episode. Don't forget to subscribe and tell all your friends. If you'd like to reach out you can use the studio line at 612-504-6500 or by email the email@example.com and of course, there's always social media as the DK project podcast. Thanks for tuning in.
durée : 00:54:05 - Affaires sensibles - par : Fabrice Drouelle, Christophe Barreyre - Aujourd'hui dans Affaires sensibles, l'histoire d'une tentative d'assassinat, celle d'une superstar : Bob Marley. - réalisé par : Stéphane COSME
Episode Description The challenges of design and AI are exciting ones to face. The key to being successful in that space lies in many places, but one of the most important is instituting the right design language. For Abhay Agarwal, Founder of Polytopal, when he began to think about design during his time at Microsoft working on systems to help the visually impared, he realized the necessity of a design language for AI. Stepping away from that experience, he leaned into how to create a new methodology of design centered around human needs. His efforts have helped shift the lens of design towards how people solve problems. In this episode, Abhay and I go into details on a snippet from his course page for the Stanford d. where he claimed that “the foreseeable future would not be well designed, given the difficulty of collaboration between disciplines.” Abhay breaks down how he thinks his design language for AI should work and how to build it out so that everyone in an organization can come to a more robust understanding of AI. We also discuss the future of designers and AI and the ebb and flow of changing, learning, and moving forward with the AI narrative. In our chat, we covered: Abhay's background in AI research and what happened to make him move towards design as a method to produce intelligence from messy data. (1:01) Why Abhay has come up with a new design language called Lingua Franca for machine learning products [and his course on this at Stanford's d.school]. (3:21) How to become more human-centered when building AI products, what ethnographers can uncover, and some of Abhay's real-world examples. (8:06) Biases in design and the challenges in developing a shared language for both designers and AI engineers. (15:59) Discussing interpretability within black box models using music recommendation systems, like Spotify, as an example. (19:53) How “unlearning” solves one of the biggest challenges teams face when collaborating and engaging with each other. (27:19) How Abhay is shaping the field of design and ML/AI -- and what's in store for Lingua Franca. (35:45) Quotes from Today's Episode “I certainly don't think that one needs to hit the books on design thinking or listen to a design thinker describe their process in order to get the fundamentals of a human-centered design process. I personally think it's something that one can describe to you within the span of a single conversation, and someone who is listening to that can then interpret that and say, ‘Okay well, what am I doing that could be more human-centered?' In the AI space, I think this is the perennial question.” - Abhay Agarwal (@Denizen_Kane) (6:30) “Show me a company where designers feel at an equivalent level to AI engineers when brainstorming technology? It just doesn't happen. There's a future state that I want us to get to that I think is along those lines. And so, I personally see this as, kind of, a community-wide discussion, engagement, and multi-strategy approach.” - Abhay Agarwal (@Denizen_Kane) (18:25) “[Discussing ML data labeling for music recommenders] I was just watching a video about drum and bass production, and they were talking about, “Or you can write your bass lines like this”—and they call it reggaeton. And it's not really reggaeton at all, which was really born in Puerto Rico. And Brazil does the same thing with their versions of reggae. It's not the one-drop reggae we think of Bob Marley and Jamaica. So already, we've got labeling issues—and they're not even wrong; it's just that that's the way one person might interpret what these musical terms mean” - Brian O'Neill (@rhythmspice) (25:45) “There is a new kind of hybrid role that is emerging that we play into...which is an AI designer, someone who is very proficient with understanding the dynamics of AI systems. The same way that we have digital UX designers, app designers—there had to be apps before they could be app designers—there is now AI, and then there can thus be AI designers.” - Abhay Agarwal (@Denizen_Kane) (33:47) Links Referenced Lingua Franca: https://linguafranca.polytopal.ai Polytopal.ai: https://polytopal.ai Polytopal email: firstname.lastname@example.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/abhaykagarwal/ Personal Twitter: https://twitter.com/Denizen_Kane Polytopal Twitter: https://twitter.com/polytopal_ai
This weeks show starts off with music from Clinton Fearon, Ini Kamoze, The Dub Pistols with Earl 16, The Prophets, Dennis Brown, Errol Dunkley and Ranking Dread, Junior Hibbert, Bob Marley and Barry Brown with Jah Thomas. New music this week comes from The Mighty Diamonds, Manudigital with Gregory Isaacs, Dub Shepherds with John, Kingston Express with Ranking Joe, Chezdek, Lone Ark and the 18th Parallel, Xana Romeo, Jah Cure, Glen Washington, Autarchii, Tony Melody, Bascenta, JonQuan with Carlton Livingston, Bunny General and iron Dubs, and The TLC Band. Also this week we ride the Train Is Coming Riddim and The Serious Time Riddim featuring artists like Ken Boothe, Wayne Armond, AJ Brown, Natty King, Ras Nelson, and Zamunda. In the dub zone you will hear dubs from Restless Mashites, Pachyman, Munay Ki Dub, Paolo Baldinidubfiles & Noiseshaper, Dunkelblau, and Stefanosis. Extended dub mixes feature Max Romeo and The Upsetters, Pablo Gad, Ras Teo and Zion I Kings, Dennis Bovell with Dubblestandart and Dubvisionist, and Sarah Gleeson. Enjoy! Clinton Fearon - Sleepin' Lion - Vision - Kool Yu Foot Ini Kamoze feat. Lupa - Trample - Ini Kamoze Meets Xterminator: Tramplin' Down Babylon - 9Soundclik Manudigital & Rastar All Stars feat. Gregory Isaacs - The Soul Of Ethiopia - Manudigital Meets Rastar All Stars Vol. 1 - Rastar Records Mighty Diamonds & Cultural Warriors - Gates Of Zion/Gates Of Zion (vocal dub) - Evidence Music Dunkelblau - RNA - RNA ep - Boomrush Productions Dub Pistols feat. Earl 16 - Roll & Come In - The Return Of The Pistoleros - Sunday Best Recordings The Prophets - Babylon A Fall 12” mix - Dread Prophecy: The Strange and Wonderful Story Of Yabby You - Shanachie Dennis Brown - Easy Take It Easy - Studio One Rocksteady - Soul Jazz Records Errol Dunkley & Ranking Dread - Holding On - Burning Rockers: The 12” Mixes - Burning Sounds The Africans - Trouble & Strife - Can't Stop The Dread - Doctor Bird Records Junior Hibbert - Really For A Reason - Ethnic Fight Bob Marley & The Wailers - Duppy Conqueror (live) - The Capitol Sessions 73 - Tuff Gong/Mercury Studios Barry Brown & Jah Thomas - Movements Of Jah - Showcase: Midnight Rock at Channel One - Clocktower Records Dub Shepherds & Jahno - Heavy Manners - Happy People Records Kingston Express feat. Ranking Joe - Equal Rights - City Lock EP - Kingston Express Records Rootz Radicals & Jahcoustix - Groove On - Rootz Radicals Music Chezidek - Blood Money - Fox Masters Production Lone Ark Meets The 18th Parallel - Get You/Get Dub - Showcase Vol. 1 - Fruits Records Chronixx - They Don't Know - Lance A Lot Productions Xana Romeo feat. Azizzi Romeo & Addis Pablo - Spiritual Guidance - The Roots Of X - Xana Romeo Music/Charmax Music Fikir Amlak & Kingston Echo - Limitless/Rastaman Antenna - Dub Up Records Shakky Allyene & Donna Makeda - We Shall Not Be Moved - Indie Rootz Records Carl Malcolm - It Must Be Love - Kingston 16 Riddim - Honest Music Jah Cure - Welcome To Jamaica - Reggae Gold 2021 - VP Records Glen Washington feat. Dennis Alcapone & Merciless - Bet You Never Know - Glen Washington Music Ken Boothe - The Train Is Coming - The Train Is Coming Riddim - Upstairs Music Wayne Armond - Ya Ya - The Train Is Coming Riddim - Upstairs Music AJ Brown - People Are People - The Train Is Coming Riddim - Upstairs Music Dwight Pickney - The Train Is Coming - The Train Is Coming Riddim - Upstairs Music Dub Zone featuring Strictly Dubwize & Extended Dub Mixes Restless Mashaits feat. Dizzy Moore & Headly Bennett - King Of Kings - Kingston Sessions 1992-2002 - Partial Records Pachyman - Ruben Durazo - The Return Of Pachyman - ATO Records Munay Ki Dub - Action - Dubophonic Records Paolo Baldinidubfiles Meets Noiseshaper - We Love Reggae - Shaping The Noise - Echo Beach Dunkelblau - Cobra - RNA ep - Boomrush Productions Stefanosis - Herbal Hiking - Eastward Journey Dubs - Dubophonic Records Max Romeo & The Upsetters - Norman (Extended Domino Mix) - Turn & Fire: Upsetter Disco Dub - Anachron Pablo Gad - History/History Dub - Rastafari Teachings Part 2 - Reggae On Top Ras Teo - Jah Waterfalls/Jah Waterfalls Digital Ancient Dub - Celestial Rockers - Zion High Productions Dennis Bovell Meets Dubblestandart - Fly Me To The Moon - Echo Beach Dubvisionist Meets Dubblestandart & Firehouse Crew - Fly Me To The Moon (Dubvisionist Dub) - Presents Reggae Classics - Echo Beach Sarah Gleeson - Everything/Everything Dub - Happy People Records =================================== Autarchii - Fire Nah Blaze - Red A Red Music Group Pressure Busspipe - Heights Of Greatness - Heights Of Greatness - Busspipe Records Jesse Royal - Black - Royal - Easy Star Records Nello B & Radikal Vibration - What Kind Of News - Great Tribulation - Evidence Music Tony Melody - Call On Jah - Isolate Riddim - Zed2diZee Music Natty King - Plandemic - Serious Time Riddim - House Of Riddim Ras Nelson - Dem A Watch I - Serious Time Riddim - House Of Riddim Zamunda - Worthy - Serious Time Riddim - House Of Riddim Aaron Silk feat. Luciano - Herb Tree - Aaron - Aaron Silk Music Bascenta - Chalice Load - A Jang Music Production Marlon Asher - Feel No Way - One Wise Studio JonQuan & Carlton Livingston - Accidental Badman/Accidental Dubman - Easy Star Records Micah Shemaiah - Strictly Rub A Dub - King Of The Dub Rock 3 - Jah Solid Rock Bunny General & Iron Dubz - Love Reggae Music Bad - Sky Is The Limit - Evidence Music Manudigital feat. Bunny General - Digital Kingston Session - Digital Kingston Session II - X-Ray Production Bucky Jo - Sweet Reggae Music - Buzwakk Music UB40 feat. General Zooz - Roots Rock Reggae - Bigga Baggariddim - SoNo Recording Group TLC Band - How Can You Deny - Tuff Cruffy Entertainment
We made it through 47 albums on the 2020 Rolling Stone list before we got to our first compilation album. Here it is! On this week's episode we're revisiting an old review of the iconic Legend compilation album featuring a selection of music from Bob Marley and the Wailers. We'll reflect again on the reggae king, and his capacity to hold a compilation album at almost the same ranking as the previous lists (moving slightly from 46 to 48). Our friend and Penn State student, Bram Wooley, joins us as our special guest this week to talk through reggae music, Rastafarianism, and more! As a reminder, you can find our favorite songs from the RS500 on our Spotify playlist right here - we'll be updating it as we go with our favorite songs from each album! You can check out Rolling Stone's 2020 list right here. We'd love it if you would review us in your favorite podcast app, and while you're at it, give us a like on our Facebook Page or Instagram, follow us on Twitter, and send us a message if you have any comments or questions. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/soundlogic/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/soundlogic/support
Over one billion Africans on the continent. 200 million in the diaspora. 18% of the world's population. Thousands of artists with a gazillion listeners every day. What will it take for Black music to truly liberate Black people? Warning: This episode contains very strong language and language that may offend. Credits: Written by George the Poet Produced by Benbrick and George the Poet Mixing, recording and editing by Benbrick. Soundtrack: Mahalia Jackson - Summertime / Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child 00:57 - 07:36 Dave & Stormzy - Clash 09:39 - 11:26 Nas - If I Ruled The World (Imagine That) ft. Lauryn Hill 12:34 - 13:04 Bobi Wine - Maama Mbile ft Juliana 14:17 - 14:46 Damian Marley - Welcome to Jamrock 19:01 - 20:20 Jazmine Sullivan - Pick Up Your Feelings 20:42 - 21:41 Solange - F.U.B.U (feat. The-Dream & BJ the Chicago Kid) 22:47 - 24:47 Benbrick - Falling Tide (performed by the BBC Concert Orchestra) 24:57 - 29:04 Thank you to: My team: Sandra, Vidhu, Birungi, Luke AG. BBC Sounds: Dylan and Jason. BBC Concert Orchestra. Evan Rogers, who worked with Benbrick on the orchestrations and prep for Abbey Road, Tom Kelly, our conductor, and Adam Miller, our engineer, for those Abbey Road sessions. The Common Ground team. Zeze Mills and Trend Centrl. My PHD team Mariana Mazzucato and Karen Edge. The Fisk Jubilee Singers. A very big thank you to Kasana and Jade for their contributions on Common Ground which we included in this episode used at 08:35 and 08:50. Want to contribute? www.GTPCG.com Archive: The clips of George chatting with Zeze Mills used first at 00:34 are taken from George's appearance on The Zeze Mills show. The clips of George chatting with economist Mariana Mazzucato used first at 01:36 are recorded by George. The clip of Sam Cooke used at 05:28 is taken from his interview with Dick Clark on American Bandstand. The clip used at 06:29 is taken from the ABC News 20/20 Hip Hop special report from 1981. The clip used at 07:02 is taken from the BBC News documentary London's Bleeding. We used various clips from different Chapter 3 episodes: The clip from Episode 20 used at 11:52 featured Benbrick's remake of My First Song, originally by Jay-Z. The clip used at 12:34 is taken from Episode 21 . The clip from Episode 22 used at 19:01 features archive of Damian Marley from his interview with Seani B on 1Xtra, and a clip of Bob Marley taken from his interview with Gil Noble for WABC-TV's “Like It Is”. The clip from Episode 23 used at 13:28 featured Dot Rotten's BBC 1Xtra Westwood freestyle. The clip used at 14:17 is taken from Episode 23. The clip used at 20:42 is taken from Episode 25. The clip from Episode 26 used at 15:17 featured the music Sounds & Vibrations, and The State of the Ends both by Benbrick. The archive clip used is taken from the BBC documentary “Roots, Reggae, Rebellion”. Have You Heard George's Podcast is a George the Poet production for BBC Sounds. Commissioning Assistant Producer: Adam Eland Commissioning Senior Producer: Alex Entwistle Commissioning Executive: Dylan Haskins
Skye and Amanda are both experiencing burn out, so they thought it would be the perfect time to read Burnout: The Secret to Unlocking the Stress Cycle by Emily & Amelia Nagowski. The book breaks down the stress cycle and the scientific importance of dealing with your stress as a separate process from dealing with the things that cause your stress. Listen in as the ladies define the stress cycle, break down the difference between stress and our stressors and talk about how burnout usually shows up in each of their bodies. From physical activity to guilt-free rest to social interaction to shifts in mindset to giving the patriarchy the middle finger, Skye and Amanda discuss how they previously related to or are now considering each of the strategies that Emily & Amelia suggest completing the stress cycle.Books mentioned in this week's episode are linked to our Bookshop.org shop* Burnout: The Secret to Unlocking the Stress Cycle by Emily & Amelia Nagowski Catch a Fire: The Life of Bob Marley by Timothy White This week's ‘Bout That Action! highlight is: Maya Cade of Black Film Archive Check out the website for links to where you can watch Black films made from 1915 to 1979Check out this episode's Book EP for Amanda's feel good playlist Check out what Skye & Amanda have been loving this week: Clickbait on Netflix Two or Three Things I Know About Her on HBO Max Support Long Story Short and Local Bookstores: Libro.FM - get two audiobooks for the price of one when you use the code LSSPODCAST when signing up for your first month of membership. Long Story Short Hotline: (646) 543-6232Follow us online:Instagram: @LongStoryShortPodTwitter: @LSSpodcastFacebook: @LongStoryShortPodEmail: email@example.com*Purchasing books through Bookshop.org earns Long Story Short a small commission.
De vierde speelronde van de Eredivisie zit er op. Snijboon is op vakantie, maar men heeft een meer dan goede vervanger binnen weten te halen: radio 538-DJ Barend van Deelen. Gijs, Tim, Pepijn en Barend hebben het samen over het afgelopen Eredivisieweekend. Ze bespreken onder meer de onverwachte uitblinkers bij PSV, Ajax dat Bob Marley eer aan doet, harde wortelen als slap excuus en Cambuur of Go Ahead?Kortom: alle antwoorden op de vragen die je niet had over de afgelopen speelronde!Dit bericht is alleen gericht op mensen die 18+ zijn én bewust spelen: heb jij meer verstand van voetbal dan wij? Waarschijnlijk wel. Verzilver deze kennis dan door mee te spelen op www.toto.nl.Luister De Derde Helft op Spotify en alle andere podcast apps.Volg De Derde Helft op Instagram of TwitterZie het privacybeleid op https://art19.com/privacy en de privacyverklaring van Californië op https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
This first of two podcasts to come this weekend is a direct recording of a special Friday night edition of Sounds of the Caribbean heard on WPRB Princeton 103.3 FM. You will hear mega reggae hits and anthems from the likes of Marcia Griffiths, Black Uhuru, Third World, Toots and the Maytals, George Nooks, Jimmy Cliff, Junior Byles, The Abyssinians, Johnny Osbourne, Gregory Isaacs, The Mighty Diamonds, Bunny Wailer, Peter Tosh, Bob Marley, Beres Hammond, Dawn Penn, Tyrone Taylor, John Holt, and Dennis Brown. New music to be heard in this episode comes from Alton Ellis, Pachyman, Dub Proof, Taj Weekes, Keith Rowe, and Chronixx. Enjoy! Playlist for "Sounds of the Caribbean w/ Selecta Jerry" 9/10/21 Artist Song Release Request New Label I-Comet Fresh & Clean (Selecta Jerry Dub Plate Mix) Special N/A Ras Michael Zion Land Zion Land Culture Press Marcia Griffiths Stepping Out of Babylon Reggae Legends: Marcia Griffiths Jet Star Alton Ellis Road to Slavery Road to Slavery - EP Fashion Records Alton Ellis More Dub to Slavery (feat. Dub Organiser Quintet) Road to Slavery - EP Fashion Records Piper Street Sound Black Eyed Peace (feat. Andy Bassford) Black Eyed Peace (feat. Andy Bassford) - EP Piper Street Sound Black Uhuru Guess Who's Coming to Dinner Guess Who's Coming to Dinner Heartbeat Toots & The Maytals Three Little Birds (feat. Ziggy Marley) Got To Be Tough BMG Rights Management (US) LLC Rico Rodriguez Midnight In Ethiopia Roots to the Bone Universal-Island Records Ltd. Third World Try Jah Love Reggae Ambassadors: 20th Anniversary Collection Mercury Records George Nooks & Prince Weedy Tribal War/Jah Did It Joe Gibbs 12" Reggae Discomix Showcase, Vol. 2 VP Records Jimmy Cliff Bongo Man 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection - The Best of Jimmy Cliff Universal Music Enterprises The Abyssinians Satta Massagana Satta Massagana Jam Sounds Johnny Osbourne Truths & Rights Truths & Rights Studio One Junior Byles Fade Away Rockers Original Soundtrack Recording Island Records Pachyman El Benson The Return of Pachyman N ATO Records / Fontana North Dub Proof feat. Joe Harvard Summer Summer Summer Single N Dub Proof Records Marcus I Soul Warriors/Dub Warriors 7" N Happy People Records Bunny Wailer Rock and Groove Rock 'N' Groove Solomonic Tyrone Taylor Cottage In Negril 12" Love & Inity The Mighty Diamonds Pass the Kouchie Pass the Knowledge: Reggae Anthology VP Records Peter Tosh Ketchy Shuby Legalize It Columbia/Legacy Gregory Isaacs Soon Forward Gregory Isaacs Dub Versions: Vinyl Cut Tad's Record Inc. Taj Weekes March of the Silent Pause N Jatta Records Chronixx Freedom Fighter Freedom Fighter - Single N Soul Circle Music Cornell Campbell Black Man In A White World/Black Dub In A White World Time For Peace EP Jancro Natural Black Nice It Nice Far from Reality Greensleeves Marcia Aitken I'm Still In Love With You Reggae Anthology: Joe Gibbs - Scorchers from the Mighty Two VP Records Bob Marley & The Wailers Baby We've Got a Date (Rock It Baby) Catch a Fire Deluxe Edition Tuff Gong John Holt If I Were a Carpenter King Jammy's: Selector's Choice, Vol. 4 VP Records Sanchez Rearrange My Life The Best of Sanchez - Back At One VP Records Dawn Penn You Don't Love Me (No, No, No) [Extended Mix] No, No, No Rhino Atlantic Beres Hammond Rock Away Can't Stop a Man VP Records Keith Rowe & The Mighty Megatons Sound System Single N Aloe Vera Records Mighty Megatons feat Constant Jammin & Javier Martin Boix Easy Downbeat Single N Aloe Vera Records Dennis Brown If This World Were Mine (Extended Version) Satisfaction Feeling (Deluxe Edition) Tad's Record Inc. You received this email because a Spinitron user sent you this data from spinitron.com. © Spinitron LLC, 199 West Newton Street, Boston, MA 02116, USA
Matthew Bannister on Sergei Kovalev, the scientist and leading dissident, who spoke out against human rights abuses under the Soviet Union and the Yeltsin and Putin regimes. He was sent to a labour camp and suffered internal exile. Lee ‘Scratch' Perry, the reggae pioneer who helped Bob Marley to develop his sound. Abebech Gobena, the Ethiopian humanitarian who devoted her life to helping thousands of disadvantaged children, with some calling her ‘Africa's Mother Theresa'. Ed Asner, the American actor best known for playing the irascible but principled news editor in the TV series Lou Grant. Producer: Neil George Interviewed guest: Jonathan Dimbleby Interviewed guest: Victor Davidoff Interviewed guest: Neil ‘Mad Professor' Fraser Interviewed guest: David Katz Interviewed guest: Elias Mulugeta Hordofa Interviewed guest: David Gritten Interviewed guest: Angie Errigo Archive clips used: BBC, Russia: A Journey with Jonathan Dimbleby 25/05/2008; ITN, Chechnya war report 1995; YouTube - Human Rights Watch, Sergei Kovalev interview 28/12/2011; BBC, Lee 'Scratch' Perry in His Own Words 13/06/2011; YouTube - Choir at Emmanuel Orphanage in Woliso 2010; BBC, News Report 1Ethiopia Famine 7/07/1984; BBC, Everywoman 27/02/2004; Addis Post, Abebech Gobena funeral 06/07/2021; My Generation, Bill Newcott interview with Ed Asner 2021; Pixar/Disney, Up movie 2009; MTM Productions, Lou Grant S01 E01 1977; EMMYTVLEGENDS.ORG, Ed Asner interview 2011; New Line Cinema/Guy Walks into a Bar Productions/Gold/Miller Productions, Elf movie 2003.
durée : 00:52:55 - Very Good Trip - par : Michka Assayas - Very Good Trip rend hommage à Lee Perry, alias le "Salvador Dali du dub" ou le "sorcier du reggae" et qui a été le fondateur du groupe The Upsetters et producteur de Bob Marley.
RockerMike and Rob discuss the Legacy of Lee “Scratch” Perry Lee "Scratch" Perry OD (born Rainford Hugh Perry; 20 March 1936 – 29 August 2021) was a Jamaican record producer and singer noted for his innovative studio techniques and production style. Perry was a pioneer in the 1970s development of dub music with his early adoption of remixing and studio effects to create new instrumental or vocal versions of existing reggae tracks. He worked with and produced for a wide variety of artists, including Bob Marley and the Wailers, Junior Murvin, The Congos, Max Romeo, Adrian Sherwood, Beastie Boys, Ari Up, The Clash, The Orb, and many others. http://www.lee-perry.com/ https://www.nytimes.com/2021/08/30/arts/music/lee-scratch-perry-dead.html https://mobile.twitter.com/ScratchLee?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor https://www.npr.org/2021/08/30/1032554968/remembering-jamaican-producer-lee-scratch-perry https://www.facebook.com/perryscratch?__cmr=1&refsrc=deprecated&_rdr https://www.instagram.com/lee_scratch_perry/?hl=en Please follow us on Youtube,Facebook,Instagram,Twitter,Patreon and at www.gettinglumpedup.com https://linktr.ee/RobRossi Get your T-shirt at https://www.prowrestlingtees.com/gettinglumpedup And https://www.bonfire.com/store/getting-lumped-up/ https://app.hashtag.expert/?fpr=roberto-rossi80 https://dc2bfnt-peyeewd4slt50d2x1b.hop.clickbank.net https://8bcded2xph1jdsb8mqp8th3y0n.hop.clickbank.net/?cbpage=nb Subscribe to the channel and hit the like button --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rob-rossi/support https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/getting-lumped-up-with-rob-rossi/id1448899708 https://open.spotify.com/show/00ZWLZaYqQlJji1QSoEz7a https://www.patreon.com/Gettinglumpedup #dj #djlife #jamaican #jamaicangirls #jamaicancuisine #jamaicanmusic #reggaeton #reggae #reggaemusic --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rob-rossi/support
When Lee "Scratch" Perry left this world on August 29th, we lost a towering figure of 20th century culture as a producer, singer, and trailblazer who spent decades at the forefront of Jamaican music. And while there has been a wave of articles celebrating the legacy of "The Upsetter," Saxon and Sam thought there had been far too little examination of the economic, political, social, religious and cultural background that structured his career, shaped his genius and cultivated his eccentric persona. Just how did Perry go from being born in a poverty-stricken rural part of Jamaica and raised on lasting Yoruba traditions in a post-slavery, heavily-colonized island to becoming a major player in the rise of reggae, Bob Marley, dub and the Jamaican music industry? Along the way they also discuss Jamaican political violence caught in a cold-war struggle, the neocolonial character of a predatory western music industry, Rastafarian politics, the cottage music scene of Kingston, the anti-colonial resonances of Perry's lyrical style and how the man was to eventually capitalized on the heavily-commodified global reggae market we know today. Come for the legend of Black Ark--stay for Mr. Brown and his coffin. Further Reading: "People Funny Boy" by David Katz Further listening: 33 Hour Lee "Scratch" Perry Playlist
We're putting in work this week, because Hallie has written six trivia questions about jobs, vocations, professions, and careers. We also work on our knowledge of art, music, and TV!2:31: Q1 (Times & Places): Tawaifs, who practiced the oldest profession in the world, along with contributing to dance, theatre, and the Urdu literary customs, catered to the nobility of what Empire that began in 1526?9:24: Q2 (Movies & TV): What was the title profession of the TV character who previously worked at a bridal shop in Flushing, Queens and then as a door-to-door makeup salesperson?14:32: Q3 (Arts & Literature): What artist founded the Revolutionary Union of Technical Workers, Painters, and Sculptors and frequently painted farmworkers?22:52: Q4 (Everything Else): What profession, which began in ancient Egypt, focused on the aims of chrysopoeia and perfection of the body and soul?28:23: Q5 (Music): What song, written by Bob Marley and most famously covered by Eric Clapton, is about someone who is being tracked down for killing someone of a certain profession when he actually killed someone in the same field but of a higher ranking?36:25: Q6 (Sports & Games): What Big Four sports team was named after a profession that only exists in one of the United States, but oddly enough, not the state in which the team is located?Theme music: "Thinking it Over" by Lee Rosevere, licensed under CC BY 2.0E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/quizandhers/Twitter: https://twitter.com/quizandhersInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/quizandhers/Skeptical Skeptics Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/skeptical-skeptics/id1441503478Brain Ladle Podcast: http://www.brainladletrivia.com/Cormac on Twitter: @CormacsThoughts
Tony and Grammy nominated performer Joshua Henry has been in nine Broadway shows, including In the Heights and the role of Aaron Burr in the first run of Hamilton, and he's about to release his first solo album. Joshua grew up in Miami, on his mom's Jamaican food, so host Rachel Belle welcomes Jamaican culinary historian and cookbook author Victoria Burke to the show to lay out the long, fascinating history of Jamaican cuisine. Burke was a dear friend of Bob Marley, and she shares the incredibly healthy, culinary rituals of Rastafarians, including why they don't use silverware or metal pots and pans. And Rachel and Joshua bond over a shared history of Shake N Bake (and I helped!). Stars, They're Just Like Us: they shop at Trader Joe's! Joshua shares his Top 5 favorite foods from Trader Joe's and we learn what shoppers voted as their very favorite TJ's products of the year. Follow Your Last Meal on Instagram! Your Last Meal is sponsored by Ooni Pizza Ovens, the portable, affordable pizza oven that makes the most incredible Neapolitan style pizza - just ask Ooni fan, Rachel Belle! Make your summer infinitely more fun & delicious by visiting www.ooni.com/yourlastmeal & prepare to make the best pizza of your life (honestly!). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
What fills you up on God? St. Paul reminds us to not be foolish in looking for answers or healing in the wrong places, but to be filled up on God and to do this by singing! To make melodies to the Lord in our hearts. In this episode, Melissa and Bishop Wright discuss the music that fills them and how a composer might even speak to a person's heart more than the best preacher. What is your favorite song to God? Listen in for the full conversation. Before listening, read Bishop Wright's For Faith.
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Join our community of Go(o)d Friends to deep dive into today's practice with me!Today's Quotes:"Some people feel the rain, others just get wet." - Bob Marley"This Is, and this isn't."- Herb Fitch on discerning the Real (Love) from the not real (appearances) "What is Sufism?" He said: "To feel joy in the heart when sorrow appears." - Rumi Today's Practice:Choose your 'let go'... pick your permission slip to surrender and keep returning to it today. It could be your mantra, it could be listening to Silence, it could be setting your phone alarm to go off every hour to remind you to relax the tension in your body... pick the one that works for you and EMPLOY IT. Be still in Love, in the knowing that Only Love is Here.