Join Narelle, Valerie, and Elizabeth as they talk about CCR set in North Carolina. Books discussed include: The Sandover Beach Series by Emma StClair What Remains True by Nancy Naigle Riverbend Gap by Denise Hunter Just Like That by Teresa Tysinger Bluebell Inn Series by Denise Hunter Forever Music by Hope Toler Dougherty Someplace Familiar by Teresa Tysinger
It's our quarterly limited episode! CCR's been drafting too much DMU, so we've got plenty to talk about, even if all the decks are kind of the same. But sometimes you're five color spells, and other times you're five color creatures, and every once in a while you get to attack! Thanks as always to Wave Sunray for our music
Canadian country music star, Tim Hicks, joins us again on this episode of The Adamantium Podcast. We discuss his newest album, Talk to Time, and how it's his most well-rounded album yet. We also talk about his professional and personal challenges over the pandemic, maturing as a songwriter, his tribute to all the small town bars he cut his teeth in, and the surreality of opening for John Fogerty of CCR.
Doug “Cosmo” Clifford – drummer for CCR checks in to talk about their new documentary on Netflix (including the concert performance at Royal Albert Hall). Amazing stuff. The post Doug “Cosmo” Clifford from CCR appeared first on 94.7 WCSX.
Tara Grace Ericson joins Narelle, Valerie, and Elizabeth to talk about CCR with firefighter heroes (and heroines). Books discussed include: An Unlikely Alliance by Toni Shiloh The One Who Got Away by Tara Grace Ericson Sweet Waters by Julie Carobini At First Spark by Liwen Y Ho The Isaac Project by Sarah Monzon Sandover Beach Week by Emma StClair Brewed With Love by Kimberly Rose Johnson First Site by Rose Fresquez To Protect and Serve by Staci Stallings Remembering the Cowboy by Mandi Blake Susan May Warren's Montana Fire Series Out of the Ashes by TK Chapin Bonus mainstream rec: Things You Save in a Fire by Katherine Center
O Núcleo Especial de Atendimento à Vítimas de Crime já funciona há sete meses no Centro de Apoio Operacional Criminal e da Segurança Pública (CCR) do Ministério Público de Santa Catarina (MPSC), em Florianópolis. O NEAVIT já atendeu 175 pessoas, 95% mulheres vítimas de violência. Ouça o Subprocurador-Geral para Assuntos Jurídicos Fábio de Souza Trajano e o Coordenador do Centro de Apoio Operacional Criminal e da Segurança Pública, Promotor de Justiça Jadel da Silva.
Join Narelle, Valerie, and Elizabeth as they talk about CCR they've been reading lately. Books discussed include: To Win a Prince by Toni Shiloh To Begin Again by Emily Conrad The Billionaire's Nanny by Elizabeth Maddrey The Trouble with Tulips by Emily Dana Boutrous A Wide and Pleasant Place by Valerie Comer Potential Threat by Tara Grace Ericson
Hanoi Rocks palaa alkeperäiskokoonpanossaan! Dokumenttielokuva viimeisestä suuresta blueskitaristista eli Buddy Guysta on katsottavissa Areenassa. Sami Ruokangas kommentoi näitä hienoja uutisia ja perehtyy sen jälkeen southern rock -bändi Doc Hollidayn parhaisiin levyihin, joiden uusintapainokset ovat jälleen saatavilla. Jakson soittolista: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6vk72tsOGLmO4PfUcNP8fJ?si=523c7a2fcaf84226 Menossa ovat mukana Michael Monroe, Demolition 23, Little Steven, Bruce Springsteen, Sopranos, Andy McCoy, Sami Yaffa, Nasty Suicide, Gyp Casino, Yle Areena, Eric Clapton, Rolling Stones, Carlos Santana, Kingfish, Gary Clark Jr., John Mayer, Muddy Waters, Howlin´ Wolf, Willie Dixon, Thin Lizzy, Phil Lynott, Steppenwolf, Live in Finland 1955-2020, Live In Finland, Scream For Me Finland!, Mikael Huhtamäki, Saku Ovaska, Juho Juntunen, Bruce Brookshire, Rock Candy, Procol Harum, John Fogerty, CCR, Roundhouse, Steve Miller Band, Down, Electric Wizard, Doors, Led Zeppelin, Jimi Hendrix, Pat Armstrong, Molly Hatchet, Wyatt Earp, Tom Allom, Judas Priest, Black Sabbath, Ronnie James Dio, Blackfoot, Point Blank, Sweden Rock, Americanos, John Turner Samuelson, Eddie Stone, Daniel "Bud" Ford, Danny "Cadillac" Lastinger, Georg Bayer, Micky Moody, Bernie Marsden, Whitesnake ja Philomena Lynott.
On this episode Scott, Jack and Mark Smith from the music relish podcast talk about CCR
Do you sing, "'Scuse me while I kiss this guy?" while listening to Hendrix? Maybe you have been known to sing along with CCR and say the words, "There's a bathroom on the right." Or, perhaps you thought Elton John sings, "Hold me closer, Tony Danza." Misheard lyrics are plenty, and quite often, hilarious. Laugh along with Beth, Heather, and Ben as they share their favorite misheard lyrics!
The Mad Trio staring - "The California Pariah" - Jonathan Charny | James "The Fattman" Stephens | Rob "The Old Guy" Charny | “Who the Hell is this Guy” Ryan Preston, shares headlines from around the world with a slightly different take. The Trio plus one discusses the top 10 movies and movie rumors, CCR recorded concert to be released, 8 finished movies you won't be able to watch, U.S. testing nuclear defense system, Dylan Kuehl graduates as the first kid with down syndrome from Evergreen College, California to implement all-electric cars to be sold in the state discontinued beer, Ozzy's quit acid after talking to a horse, Oscar Meyer releasing their "cold dog" popsicle, one of the most dangerous trees are located in the Caribbean called the manchineel, and Wal-Mart plus wtf. This week's episode is sponsored by the wonderfully mischievous people at Oddassity Use “MADTRIO” for 10% off your entire order through Oddassity.com
When it came to US climate policy, as a high school student, Adrian Rafizadeh strongly opposed one of the first major attempts by the Democrats. The Green New Deal was introduced in 2019 spearheaded by the progressive US member of Congress Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, or AOC. The Green New Deal on the table got a lot of Conservatives thinking, talking, and writing about climate change, including Adrian. While writing a paper for a class, Adrian sought to debunk the Green New Deal. In doing so, Adrian suddenly saw the issue of climate change differently. He recognized the seriousness of the problem the USA and the world face, and he decided he needed to do something about it. That set Adrian on a quest to find a way to address climate change that also fits into his world view and politics. Adrian politically leans right, and he is a member of the Republican party. Adrian, a child of Iranian immigrants, shares his climate journey with us. He reveals how he found his way into a climate organization, and he tells what Progressives who want to engage Conservatives in climate conversations can do to open up a dialogue. He talks about one of his favorite climate solutions, carbon fee and dividend. If you want to hear more conservatives talking about climate, check out RepublicEN's EcoRight Speaks Podcast. The Art House Randi Hacker is the author of the children's book, Life on a Different Planet, A Climate Crisis Handbook. The book opens with words in large bold letters that spell out, Welcome to the End of the World. Turn the page to see someone edited the sign to say, Welcome to Beginning of the New World. Since the early 1990s, Randi has published books and magazines designed to help young people learn about environmental issues and climate change. In the Art House she explains how with all her work she seeks to be honest with young people about the problems we face while also giving them ideas for concrete actions they can take. Life on a Different Planet, A Climate Crisis Handbook is full of original art work by Ron Barrett, the artist who illustrated the award winning book, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs. The illustrations bring a sense of whimsy and playfulness to book while also helping readers come close to hard realities. https://www.homeplanetbooks.com/life-on-a-different-planet Other Resources for Children and Parents Citizens' Climate Education Presents Climate Classroom! This is a flexible, multi-disciplinary middle school curriculum. http://cclusa.org/curriculum What Do We Tell the Children? Episode four of Climate Changed featuring Pacific Islander poet Craig Santos Perez. Ben Yosua Davis chats with P Craig about parenting in a climate changed world. https://thebtscenter.org/climate-changed/podcast-season-one-episode-3/ Transcript of show: https://mcdn.podbean.com/mf/web/fdimb3/CCR_75_Adrian_Rafizadeh--Young_Conservative_Pursuing_Climate_Solutionsa6m8a.pdf Good News Report We have two Good News Reports. Nate Abercrombie, Conservative Outreach Coordinator for Citizens Climate Lobby, shares recent successes from CCL's Conservative Caucus. https://citizensclimatelobby.org/conservatives-on-climate-change/ Dana Nuccitelli, a Research Coordinator at CCL Tells us about a very big piece of legislation. The Inflation Reduction Bill passed in both houses of congress. Dana tells us why this bill is so good for the climate. He also talks about possible next steps. To read more about the bill and to read more of Dana's analysis, check out The Nerd Corner. https://community.citizensclimate.org/groups/home/1773
Woodstock was an important moment in pop culture, music, and the hippie movement. The organizers of the event originally planned it as a way to raise money so they could build a recording studio in New York. They sold tickets in advance but decided to let people in for free when nearly half a million people showed up at Max Yasgur's dairy farm in Bethel, New York over the course of three days in August during the summer of love in 1969. The people in attendance were hammered by a massive rain storm that turned the dairy farm into a muddy mess. The traffic leading to the event was so bad that some concert goers abandoned their car on the road and walked to the venue. But those who braved the weather, the traffic, and the drugs saw performances by Richie Havens, Joe Cocker, Janis, the Who, CCR, the Grateful Dead, Crosby Still Nash and Young, Santana, and more. Oh, and a guy named Jimi Hendrix closed the show with a performance of the Star Spangled Banner that became a symbol of the anti war movement. In this episode, we're taking you to Bethel, New York for three days of peace and music. We're going to talk about the story behind the event – when the town did everything they could to stop it from happening. We'll look at the impact it had on music play some of the awesome music, and provide our insight along the way. Our show is sponsored by our home base of McCusker's Tavern at 17th and Shunk Streets in Philadelphia. We are proud supporters of our friends at Boldfoot Socks. We are just one of the dozens of awesome shows on the Pantheon Podcast Network.Hear MoreIf you want to hear more about the music of Woodstock, check out the documentary Woodstock. This playlist also has a lot of the awesome music from the event. Get In TouchCheck us out online, on Facebook and Twitter, or drops us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The world famous Enty Lawyer of Crazy Days and Nights joins me to reveal some exclusive blind items about 90's nostalgia. Topics include Melissa Joan Hart and the Sabrina the Teenage With cast including Soleil Moon Frye . We got some insight into Ben and Fred Savage including the current misconduct allegations against Fred. We chatted about The Growing Pains set and it's stars, The Wonder Years, Boy Meets World, Love line and Enty's true thoughts on Dr. Drew, and The Even Stevens stars Shia and CCR. We also chat a bit about why Kel has a bad reputation in Hollywood and SO much more. Enjoy!
Have You Ever Seen the Rain - CCR, Thunderstruck - AC/DC, Only Happy When It Rains - Garbage, Purple Rain - Prince, Africa - Toto, Here Comes the Rain Again - Eurythmics, Eight Days a Week - The Beatles
This week I speak with Laurel Taylor, a singer-songwriter and producer whose roots and influences of rock, country, and gospel blend together to give her a unique and edgy sound. She has toured around the world, from small town music festivals to the bars of Nashville to European tours. She has worked with and performed with a variety of artists, including Lauren Daigle, Jason Crabb, Micah Tyler, Kutless, Sanctus Real, Rhett Walker, Diamond Rio, and CCR. She has a heart full of joy and a desire to share the love of Jesus with everyone through her music. Her new single, “Sound of Freedom”, is out now! Laurel's personal story is nothing short of miraculous, she shares freely in this powerful episode about her transformation from death to life!! You don't want to miss this extraordinary faith journey that gives amazing glory to God!! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bvrNAjITmf4. MUSIC VIDEO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uyauShn-K4w&t=195s MY STORY Email to contact for help: email@example.com*Theme Music “Blessed Time” by Ketsa
Join Narelle, Valerie, and Elizabeth as they talk about the CCR they've been reading lately! Books discussed include: Betsy by Sarah Monzon Love You Truly by Susan L Tuttle The SNAP Agency series by Natalie Walters Finding Peace by Melanie D. Snitker Winning the Cowboy Billionaire by Emmy Eugene Along Came Love by Carrie Turansky Love and the Silver Lining by Tammy L Gray
CCR from MTG Grindcast joins us to talk about all things Living End. On the heels of his RCQ win with the deck, Chris helps us break down the cards, the sickest plays, how to beat common hate strategies, and more! In another classic deck dive and pseudo follow-up to our recent episode on Rhinos, we discuss why the two cascade decks are fundamentally different, even though they share a common core. Chris was the perfect guest for this episode, not only because he's a seasoned podcaster with excellent mic technique, but he's been mastering various shades of Living End for years before Modern Horizons 2 took it to the top of the metagame. Become a citizen of The Dive Down Nation!: http://www.patreon.com/thedivedown Check out our sponsor Barrister and Mann! https://www.barristerandmann.com/ Use code THEDIVEDOWN15 for 15% off your first order of some incredible fragrances, soaps, beard oils, and more. Get 10% off your first 2 months of ManaTraders! https://www.manatraders.com/?medium=thedivedown and use code "THEDIVEDOWN15" And now receive 8% off your order of paper cards from Nerd Rage Gaming with code "DIVE8" at https://www.nerdragegaming.com/ Timestamps: 5:54 - Housekeeping 10:10 - The Dive Down begins - Living End with CCR! 16:18 - How Living End works 19:38 - The construction of the deck 25:18 - The Cascade engine 30:10 - Using the Cyclers (and a discussion about graveyard hate) 44:20 - CCR's approach to post-board games 46:13 - Back to the Cyclers 49:59 - The Elementals 57:08 - The lands 59:08 - The sideboard 1:09:53 - Strategic tips n' tricks - when to cycle? 1:14:06 - Using Grief 1:21:05 - When to Violent Outburst 1:25:34 - Mulliganing 1:29:04 - Matchups and sideboarding - 4 Color 1:39:46 - Most creature-based decks 1:42:52 - Izzet Murktide 1:47:15 - Other big matchups 1:50:11 - Our overall thoughts on Living End 1:57:52 - Let's talk Chris! 2:01:51 - Closing out Links from this week's episode: https://twitter.com/CCR_Grindcast Our opening music is Nowhere - You Never Knew, and our closing music is Space Blood - Goro? Is That Your Christian Name? email us: firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:email@example.com) twitter: https://twitter.com/thedivedown
CCR did it! He brought Living End to a first place finish at a local RCQ, and this week we're talking about the tournament, tournament organization generally, Magic30, and a million other things. Join us for a victory lap and a bunch of chill hangs. Thanks as always to Wave Sunray for our music!
John Fogerty was a founding member of Creedence Clearwater Revival. Some say he WAS Creedence Clearwater Revival. At least John believes he was. John alienated his family and friend to make CCR in his own image. Did he cross that fine line between confidence and arrogance? Listen to learn.
Going to press with details on...-Joe Walsh's VetAid concert featuring the original James Gang & Friends!-Noel Gallagher Serenaded In Ibiza!-A Lost CCR Album!-Weird Al Biopic Update!-New Stones Series On Epix, A Blink-182 Rumor And More!Please check out our sponsors:Boldfoot Socks https://boldfoot.comCrooked Eye Brewery https://crookedeyebrewery.com/Don't forget that you can find all of our episodes, on-demand, for free right here on our web site: https://imbalancedhistory.com/And check our blog about exciting premier events for Danny Garcia's new film, "Nightclubbing!"
Formed in London in 1969, Uriah Heep released their fourth and (to this point) most successful album, Demons and Wizards in May 1972. This album would also see the debut of what is considered the classic lineup of Uriah Heep as bassist Gary Thain and drummer Lee Kerslake joined vocalist David Byron, guitarist Mick Box, and keyboardist/multi-instrumentalist/singer/songwriter Ken Hensley to form the group for this album. While the album cover and title suggest medieval fantasy, Hensley has stated that it was just a collection of songs, not a concept album. It is hard to deny the prog rock feel, however.Uriah Heep is considered a forerunner of hard rock, heay metal, and progressive rock. They have developed quite the cult following over the years, having released 24 studio albums, 20 live albums, and 41 compilation albums.Roger Dean created the cover art, as he did for a number of prog rock groups including Yes and Asia.The name Uriah Heep comes from a character from Charles Dickens' "David Copperfield"Brian is featuring this album. Friend of the show Bill Cook joins us in Bruce's place for this episode. The Wizard Former bassist Mark Clarke and Ken Hensley wrote this song, the opening track to the album and the first single released from the album. The lyrics are about a wanderer who meets "the Wizard for a thousand kings." It would be the first Uriah Heep song to be made into a video.Easy Livin'The second single off the album would be the only one to chart in the United States, making it to number 39 on the Billboard Hot 100. Surprisingly it did not chart in the UK. This is a common cover for party bands, though it was intended to be taken ironically.Circle of HandsThis is a deeper cut from the album, starting strong with the Hammond Organ. With lyrics like "Circle of hands, cold spirits' plan, searching the land for an enemy," it is hard to not see a thread of fantasy running through the track.Rainbow DemonThis track leads off side 2 of the album. "There rides the rainbow demon on his horse of crimson fire. Black shadows are following closely on the heels of his desire." This slow anthem continues with the strong organ work and combines it with a fuzzy guitar sound. ENTERTAINMENT TRACK:Sitting Pretty (from the motion picture "Cabaret") Liza Minnelli and Michael York starred in this movie based on the Broadway show. STAFF PICKS:I Saw the Light by Todd RundgrenRob's staff pick was the lead-off track from Rundgren's third album, "Something/Anything?" and was placed there via inspiration from Motown's history of putting the hit songs first. Multi-instrumentalist Rundgren wrote the track in 20 minutes and credits the use of stimulants like Ritalin for his prolific songwriting at the time. Run Run Run by JoJo GunneBill Cook brings us a shuffle beat number by Los Angeles based JoJo Gunne, a band formed by Jay Ferguson and Mark Andes after they left the band Spirit. "We're all just papers in the wind." Sweet Hitch-Hiker by Creedence Clearwater Revival Wayne presents an underplayed swamp rock song from CCR. This is off their last album with John Fogerty. A restaurant called the Greasy King is referenced in the song, and that restaurant is in El Cerrito, the home town of the band members.Baby Blue by BadfingerBrian finishes off the staff picks with a song from an album produced by Todd Rundgren. Badfinger was the first group signed to The Beatles' Apple Records. This is the last top 40 hit in the US for the group. COMEDY TRACK:Troglodyte (Cave Man) by The Jimmy Castor BunchThis is a funk novelty song hit number 6 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song is the introduction of a character called Bertha Butt, who would recur in other songs from the Jimmy Castor Bunch.
Join Narelle, Elizabeth, and Valerie as they talk about CCR set in New England / the Northeast of the United States. Books mentioned include: On a Summer Tide by Susanne Woods Fisher The Moosecreek Series by Jan Elder Love, Lace, and Minor Alterations by V. Joy Palmer Welcome to Wishing Bridge by Ruth Logan Herne The Billionaire's Secret by Meghann Whistler A Place to Call Home by Merrillee Whren The Breakup Project by Carolyn Miller Autumn by the Sea by Melissa Tagg I Always Cry at Weddings by Sarah Goff
Mistakenly thought to be from Down South (or The Bayou) by many, this Bay Area quartet rocked the music of the swamp like they were born to it. Follow their career from their high school days, to the heights of superstar status in the year 1969, with the forces of the Fogerty brothers' sibling rivalry coming out to play. The Almost Birthday Twins stick together, overcoming all obstacles, all the way to the Rock n' Roll Hall Of Fame!Find out out it all played out in this episode!Please check out our sponsors:Boldfoot Socks https://boldfoot.comCrooked Eye Brewery https://crookedeyebrewery.com/Don't forget that you can find all of our episodes, on-demand, for free right here on our web site: https://imbalancedhistory.com/And check our blog about exciting premier events for Danny Garcia's new film, "Nightclubbing!"