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Baligian & Bell Show
Big D Energy | Thursday, September 29th, 2022

Baligian & Bell Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 118:11


Neal Ruhl and Terry Foster are joined by the Detroit Lions Hometown Hero Corporal Gerald McGregor, is Jared Goff a top 15 QB in the NFL? Shelby Wolf from Chili Peppers tan joins the show! Six offensive starters for the Lions miss practice and much more! #detroitlions #Lions #WoodwardSports #OnePride #Pistons #LGRW

Ongoing History of New Music
The Long Strange Trip of John Frusciante Part 1

Ongoing History of New Music

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 31:55 Very Popular


And if I'm sitting with my taxonomy flowchart, this is where I write the name “John Frusciante,” the occasional guitarist of the Red Hot Chili Peppers... And I use the word “occasional” deliberately because he's been in and out of the band a number of times over the last 30 years...as I write this, he's “in”—but who knows for how long... And I'm classifying him as periplaneta americana because despite everything he's been through, he's still alive...I mean, he's live a hard life...drugs, various health problems both of the physical and mental variety—even dabbling in the occult...yet through it all, he's been able to help the Chili Peppers create the best music of their career... This is the long, strange trip of John Frusciante... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Hijack
Hispanic Heritage, Royal Deaths & ACTUAL Tragedies - The Hijack 323

The Hijack

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022


Hispanic Heritage, Royal Deaths & ACTUAL Tragedies - The Hijack 323 - Chili Peppers management wanted me to watch the cursing during my set… - When you go to a show… don't be that guy… - Happy Hispanic Heritage Month. Why is it starting in the middle of the month?? My plea to my non-Hispanic brothers and sisters. - Mutiple FB friend requests from the same person… - Queen Elizabeth died… why do we care? - JJ's death and su1c1d3 awareness. MentalHealth #veteransaffairs #USNAVY #Redhotchilipeppers #TheStrokes #Thundercat #HispanicHeritageMonth #QueenElizabeth #Royalfamily ZouainEntertainment #DJZouain #GetNoticed #TheEndFM #TheHijack #Irreverent #MondayMusicMix#DJLife

Hang the DJ
Episode 87 - Chili Peppers. Candles. CHAOS.

Hang the DJ

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 86:31


This week we recap The Weeknd concert Darren went in LA last weekend, and we talk all about the new Netflix docuseries "Trainwreck 99," which, if you didn't know, is all about Woodstock 99. Super fun episode! Please remember to subscribe if you haven't already! Leave a comment, rate, review, tell a friend, and follow us on social media! Thanks for the support. - Darren & Jake Instagram: @hangthedjpodcast @thedarrenparkinson @thejakelanderson Twitter: @hangthedjpod Email: hangthedjpodcast@gmail.com

Mike on Much Podcast
“Chicago”

Mike on Much Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2022 76:47


The Best Hang recaps an eventful bachelor trip weekend for Greg Veerman. Featuring concerts, clubs, Cubs, cabs, conflict, cocktails, Coors, chugging, Casablancas, ChiliPeppers, and camaraderie. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Hack Music Theory
Red Hot Chili Peppers "Tippa My Tongue" Music Theory Secret

Hack Music Theory

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 4:57


    Red Hot Chili Peppers "Tippa My Tongue" Music Theory Secret   In the new Red Hot Chili Peppers single “Tippa My Tongue”, there's a ridiculously funky variation of the blues scale, which we're calling the RHCP scale. And that's what you're about to learn, as well as how to write a bass line or guitar riff using it. But first... Tea!   INTRO Hello revolutionary music makers, we are Kate and Ray Harmony (AKA Revolution Harmony), and welcome to Hack Music Theory, the fast, easy and fun way to make music. If you're new to theory, or if you just want a refresher, then read our free book "12 Music Theory Hacks to Learn Scales & Chords". It'll give you a super solid music theory foundation in just 30 minutes. The free download is below. Enjoy!   SCALE Okay so first things first, what's the blues scale? Well, the blues scale is actually a variation of the minor pentatonic scale. Okay, so what's the minor pentatonic scale? Well, it's the natural minor scale without its 2nd and 6th notes. So from the root of C, the minor pentatonic scale is: C, E♭, F, G, B♭. And its spelling is: 1, ♭3, 4, 5, ♭7. Now, to turn the minor pentatonic scale into the blues scale, all you have to do is add the ♭5, which in this example is G♭. Alright, this is where it gets juicy! So the Chili Peppers use the blues scale in the chorus of this song, but to make it extra funky, they add two non-diatonic notes (i.e. notes that are not in the scale). The two extra notes they play are the major 3rd and the major 7th. And to be clear, they're using these notes to spice up the blues scale, they're not technically part of the scale. But, when you do make them part of it, you end up with a super funky 8-note scale, so why not add them in?!  So from the root of C, our RHCP scale is:  C, E♭, E, F, G♭, G, B♭, B  And the spelling of the RHCP scale is:  1, ♭3, 3, 4, ♭5, 5, ♭7, 7  And just a quick FYI for the more advanced producers. As you know, theoretically a scale can't have both the minor 3rd and major 3rd, so we have to spell the 3 (E) with its enharmonic equivalent, which is the ♭4 (F♭). Same note, different name. By the way, if that was confusing, then read our free book, as it's all explained in there!   BASS Okay, now that we've got the scale down, let's use it to write a bass line! So, set your tempo to 88 BPM, then create two bars of 4|4. The first thing you need to do is play the root note (C) on beat 1 in both bars. This was James Brown's funk rule. His band could do whatever they wanted for the rest of the bar, but they all had to lock in by playing beat 1 together. And the most solid note to play on beat 1 is obviously the root, so that's your starting point. What you do for the rest of the bass line is up to you, but here's a few guidelines. Be sure to use all 8 notes of the scale in your bass line, otherwise you won't get the full flavour. Also, use lots of rests. Funky music actually has a lot of space in it.  And related to that, you definitely wanna use a lot of syncopation, which is when you accent an off-beat. It ain't funky without syncopation, so go crazy with that, as the root note on beat 1 in every bar will lock it all together. Lastly, use a variety of different note values, like 1/16 notes, 1/8 notes, and dotted 1/8 notes. So to conclude, what we're calling the RHCP scale is simply the blues scale plus the major 3rd and the major 7th.   NEXT If there's a song that you want us to hack in a future lesson, drop us a comment on our YouTube channel. Also, if you wanna learn our essential hacks for making great melodies, chord progressions, bass lines, drum beats (and more), then watch the 12 step-by-step videos in our Songwriting & Producing course. If you're feeling frustrated because your music isn't as good as you want it to be, then this is for you!   Free Book     Wooohooo!!! You're a mere 30 minutes away from being even smarter than you already are. Just head on over to your inbox now for your free download. There was an error submitting your subscription. Please try again.   “The most brilliant, fast, easy & fun music theory book I've ever seen!” DEREK SIVERS, CD Baby founder We use this field to detect spam bots. If you fill this in, you will be marked as a spammer. 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Hack Music Theory
Make Bass Lines like Red Hot Chili Peppers

Hack Music Theory

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 4:57


    Make Bass Lines like Red Hot Chili Peppers   In the new Red Hot Chili Peppers single “Tippa My Tongue”, there's a ridiculously funky variation of the blues scale, which we're calling the RHCP scale. And that's what you're about to learn, as well as how to write a bass line or guitar riff using it. But first... Tea!   INTRO Hello revolutionary music makers, we are Kate and Ray Harmony (AKA Revolution Harmony), and welcome to Hack Music Theory, the fast, easy and fun way to make music. If you're new to theory, or if you just want a refresher, then read our free book "12 Music Theory Hacks to Learn Scales & Chords". It'll give you a super solid music theory foundation in just 30 minutes. The free download is below. Enjoy!   SCALE Okay so first things first, what's the blues scale? Well, the blues scale is actually a variation of the minor pentatonic scale. Okay, so what's the minor pentatonic scale? Well, it's the natural minor scale without its 2nd and 6th notes. So from the root of C, the minor pentatonic scale is: C, E♭, F, G, B♭. And its spelling is: 1, ♭3, 4, 5, ♭7. Now, to turn the minor pentatonic scale into the blues scale, all you have to do is add the ♭5, which in this example is G♭. Alright, this is where it gets juicy! So the Chili Peppers use the blues scale in the chorus of this song, but to make it extra funky, they add two non-diatonic notes (i.e. notes that are not in the scale). The two extra notes they play are the major 3rd and the major 7th. And to be clear, they're using these notes to spice up the blues scale, they're not technically part of the scale. But, when you do make them part of it, you end up with a super funky 8-note scale, so why not add them in?!  So from the root of C, our RHCP scale is:  C, E♭, E, F, G♭, G, B♭, B  And the spelling of the RHCP scale is:  1, ♭3, 3, 4, ♭5, 5, ♭7, 7  And just a quick FYI for the more advanced producers. As you know, theoretically a scale can't have both the minor 3rd and major 3rd, so we have to spell the 3 (E) with its enharmonic equivalent, which is the ♭4 (F♭). Same note, different name. By the way, if that was confusing, then read our free book, as it's all explained in there!   BASS Okay, now that we've got the scale down, let's use it to write a bass line! So, set your tempo to 88 BPM, then create two bars of 4|4. The first thing you need to do is play the root note (C) on beat 1 in both bars. This was James Brown's funk rule. His band could do whatever they wanted for the rest of the bar, but they all had to lock in by playing beat 1 together. And the most solid note to play on beat 1 is obviously the root, so that's your starting point. What you do for the rest of the bass line is up to you, but here's a few guidelines. Be sure to use all 8 notes of the scale in your bass line, otherwise you won't get the full flavour. Also, use lots of rests. Funky music actually has a lot of space in it.  And related to that, you definitely wanna use a lot of syncopation, which is when you accent an off-beat. It ain't funky without syncopation, so go crazy with that, as the root note on beat 1 in every bar will lock it all together. Lastly, use a variety of different note values, like 1/16 notes, 1/8 notes, and dotted 1/8 notes. So to conclude, what we're calling the RHCP scale is simply the blues scale plus the major 3rd and the major 7th.   NEXT If there's a song that you want us to hack in a future lesson, drop us a comment on our YouTube channel. Also, if you wanna learn our essential hacks for making great melodies, chord progressions, bass lines, drum beats (and more), then watch the 12 step-by-step videos in our Songwriting & Producing course. If you're feeling frustrated because your music isn't as good as you want it to be, then this is for you!   Free Book     Wooohooo!!! You're a mere 30 minutes away from being even smarter than you already are. Just head on over to your inbox now for your free download. There was an error submitting your subscription. Please try again.   “The most brilliant, fast, easy & fun music theory book I've ever seen!” DEREK SIVERS, CD Baby founder We use this field to detect spam bots. If you fill this in, you will be marked as a spammer. 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Hack Music Theory
Red Hot Chili Peppers SECRET for Better Bass Lines

Hack Music Theory

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 4:57


    Red Hot Chili Peppers SECRET for Better Bass Lines   In the new Red Hot Chili Peppers single “Tippa My Tongue”, there's a ridiculously funky variation of the blues scale, which we're calling the RHCP scale. And that's what you're about to learn, as well as how to write a bass line or guitar riff using it. But first... Tea!   INTRO Hello revolutionary music makers, we are Kate and Ray Harmony (AKA Revolution Harmony), and welcome to Hack Music Theory, the fast, easy and fun way to make music. If you're new to theory, or if you just want a refresher, then read our free book "12 Music Theory Hacks to Learn Scales & Chords". It'll give you a super solid music theory foundation in just 30 minutes. The free download is below. Enjoy!   SCALE Okay so first things first, what's the blues scale? Well, the blues scale is actually a variation of the minor pentatonic scale. Okay, so what's the minor pentatonic scale? Well, it's the natural minor scale without its 2nd and 6th notes. So from the root of C, the minor pentatonic scale is: C, E♭, F, G, B♭. And its spelling is: 1, ♭3, 4, 5, ♭7. Now, to turn the minor pentatonic scale into the blues scale, all you have to do is add the ♭5, which in this example is G♭. Alright, this is where it gets juicy! So the Chili Peppers use the blues scale in the chorus of this song, but to make it extra funky, they add two non-diatonic notes (i.e. notes that are not in the scale). The two extra notes they play are the major 3rd and the major 7th. And to be clear, they're using these notes to spice up the blues scale, they're not technically part of the scale. But, when you do make them part of it, you end up with a super funky 8-note scale, so why not add them in?!  So from the root of C, our RHCP scale is:  C, E♭, E, F, G♭, G, B♭, B  And the spelling of the RHCP scale is:  1, ♭3, 3, 4, ♭5, 5, ♭7, 7  And just a quick FYI for the more advanced producers. As you know, theoretically a scale can't have both the minor 3rd and major 3rd, so we have to spell the 3 (E) with its enharmonic equivalent, which is the ♭4 (F♭). Same note, different name. By the way, if that was confusing, then read our free book, as it's all explained in there!   BASS Okay, now that we've got the scale down, let's use it to write a bass line! So, set your tempo to 88 BPM, then create two bars of 4|4. The first thing you need to do is play the root note (C) on beat 1 in both bars. This was James Brown's funk rule. His band could do whatever they wanted for the rest of the bar, but they all had to lock in by playing beat 1 together. And the most solid note to play on beat 1 is obviously the root, so that's your starting point. What you do for the rest of the bass line is up to you, but here's a few guidelines. Be sure to use all 8 notes of the scale in your bass line, otherwise you won't get the full flavour. Also, use lots of rests. Funky music actually has a lot of space in it.  And related to that, you definitely wanna use a lot of syncopation, which is when you accent an off-beat. It ain't funky without syncopation, so go crazy with that, as the root note on beat 1 in every bar will lock it all together. Lastly, use a variety of different note values, like 1/16 notes, 1/8 notes, and dotted 1/8 notes. So to conclude, what we're calling the RHCP scale is simply the blues scale plus the major 3rd and the major 7th.   NEXT If there's a song that you want us to hack in a future lesson, drop us a comment on our YouTube channel. Also, if you wanna learn our essential hacks for making great melodies, chord progressions, bass lines, drum beats (and more), then watch the 12 step-by-step videos in our Songwriting & Producing course. If you're feeling frustrated because your music isn't as good as you want it to be, then this is for you!   Free Book     Wooohooo!!! 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Hack Music Theory
How to Write Bass Lines like Red Hot Chili Peppers "Tippa My Tongue"

Hack Music Theory

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 4:57


    How to Write Bass Lines like Red Hot Chili Peppers "Tippa My Tongue"   In the new Red Hot Chili Peppers single “Tippa My Tongue”, there's a ridiculously funky variation of the blues scale, which we're calling the RHCP scale. And that's what you're about to learn, as well as how to write a bass line or guitar riff using it. But first... Tea!   INTRO Hello revolutionary music makers, we are Kate and Ray Harmony (AKA Revolution Harmony), and welcome to Hack Music Theory, the fast, easy and fun way to make music. If you're new to theory, or if you just want a refresher, then read our free book "12 Music Theory Hacks to Learn Scales & Chords". It'll give you a super solid music theory foundation in just 30 minutes. The free download is below. Enjoy!   SCALE Okay so first things first, what's the blues scale? Well, the blues scale is actually a variation of the minor pentatonic scale. Okay, so what's the minor pentatonic scale? Well, it's the natural minor scale without its 2nd and 6th notes. So from the root of C, the minor pentatonic scale is: C, E♭, F, G, B♭. And its spelling is: 1, ♭3, 4, 5, ♭7. Now, to turn the minor pentatonic scale into the blues scale, all you have to do is add the ♭5, which in this example is G♭. Alright, this is where it gets juicy! So the Chili Peppers use the blues scale in the chorus of this song, but to make it extra funky, they add two non-diatonic notes (i.e. notes that are not in the scale). The two extra notes they play are the major 3rd and the major 7th. And to be clear, they're using these notes to spice up the blues scale, they're not technically part of the scale. But, when you do make them part of it, you end up with a super funky 8-note scale, so why not add them in?!  So from the root of C, our RHCP scale is:  C, E♭, E, F, G♭, G, B♭, B  And the spelling of the RHCP scale is:  1, ♭3, 3, 4, ♭5, 5, ♭7, 7  And just a quick FYI for the more advanced producers. As you know, theoretically a scale can't have both the minor 3rd and major 3rd, so we have to spell the 3 (E) with its enharmonic equivalent, which is the ♭4 (F♭). Same note, different name. By the way, if that was confusing, then read our free book, as it's all explained in there!   BASS Okay, now that we've got the scale down, let's use it to write a bass line! So, set your tempo to 88 BPM, then create two bars of 4|4. The first thing you need to do is play the root note (C) on beat 1 in both bars. This was James Brown's funk rule. His band could do whatever they wanted for the rest of the bar, but they all had to lock in by playing beat 1 together. And the most solid note to play on beat 1 is obviously the root, so that's your starting point. What you do for the rest of the bass line is up to you, but here's a few guidelines. Be sure to use all 8 notes of the scale in your bass line, otherwise you won't get the full flavour. Also, use lots of rests. Funky music actually has a lot of space in it.  And related to that, you definitely wanna use a lot of syncopation, which is when you accent an off-beat. It ain't funky without syncopation, so go crazy with that, as the root note on beat 1 in every bar will lock it all together. Lastly, use a variety of different note values, like 1/16 notes, 1/8 notes, and dotted 1/8 notes. So to conclude, what we're calling the RHCP scale is simply the blues scale plus the major 3rd and the major 7th.   NEXT If there's a song that you want us to hack in a future lesson, drop us a comment on our YouTube channel. Also, if you wanna learn our essential hacks for making great melodies, chord progressions, bass lines, drum beats (and more), then watch the 12 step-by-step videos in our Songwriting & Producing course. If you're feeling frustrated because your music isn't as good as you want it to be, then this is for you!   Free Book     Wooohooo!!! You're a mere 30 minutes away from being even smarter than you already are. Just head on over to your inbox now for your free download. There was an error submitting your subscription. Please try again.   “The most brilliant, fast, easy & fun music theory book I've ever seen!” DEREK SIVERS, CD Baby founder We use this field to detect spam bots. If you fill this in, you will be marked as a spammer. 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Hack Music Theory
Make Music like Red Hot Chili Peppers

Hack Music Theory

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 4:57


    How to Write a Bass Line like Red Hot Chili Peppers "Tippa My Tongue"   In the new Red Hot Chili Peppers single “Tippa My Tongue”, there's a ridiculously funky variation of the blues scale, which we're calling the RHCP scale. And that's what you're about to learn, as well as how to write a bass line or guitar riff using it. But first... Tea!   INTRO Hello revolutionary music makers, we are Kate and Ray Harmony (AKA Revolution Harmony), and welcome to Hack Music Theory, the fast, easy and fun way to make music. If you're new to theory, or if you just want a refresher, then read our free book "12 Music Theory Hacks to Learn Scales & Chords". It'll give you a super solid music theory foundation in just 30 minutes. The free download is below. Enjoy!   SCALE Okay so first things first, what's the blues scale? Well, the blues scale is actually a variation of the minor pentatonic scale. Okay, so what's the minor pentatonic scale? Well, it's the natural minor scale without its 2nd and 6th notes. So from the root of C, the minor pentatonic scale is: C, E♭, F, G, B♭. And its spelling is: 1, ♭3, 4, 5, ♭7. Now, to turn the minor pentatonic scale into the blues scale, all you have to do is add the ♭5, which in this example is G♭. Alright, this is where it gets juicy! So the Chili Peppers use the blues scale in the chorus of this song, but to make it extra funky, they add two non-diatonic notes (i.e. notes that are not in the scale). The two extra notes they play are the major 3rd and the major 7th. And to be clear, they're using these notes to spice up the blues scale, they're not technically part of the scale. But, when you do make them part of it, you end up with a super funky 8-note scale, so why not add them in?!  So from the root of C, our RHCP scale is:  C, E♭, E, F, G♭, G, B♭, B  And the spelling of the RHCP scale is:  1, ♭3, 3, 4, ♭5, 5, ♭7, 7  And just a quick FYI for the more advanced producers. As you know, theoretically a scale can't have both the minor 3rd and major 3rd, so we have to spell the 3 (E) with its enharmonic equivalent, which is the ♭4 (F♭). Same note, different name. By the way, if that was confusing, then read our free book, as it's all explained in there!   BASS Okay, now that we've got the scale down, let's use it to write a bass line! So, set your tempo to 88 BPM, then create two bars of 4|4. The first thing you need to do is play the root note (C) on beat 1 in both bars. This was James Brown's funk rule. His band could do whatever they wanted for the rest of the bar, but they all had to lock in by playing beat 1 together. And the most solid note to play on beat 1 is obviously the root, so that's your starting point. What you do for the rest of the bass line is up to you, but here's a few guidelines. Be sure to use all 8 notes of the scale in your bass line, otherwise you won't get the full flavour. Also, use lots of rests. Funky music actually has a lot of space in it.  And related to that, you definitely wanna use a lot of syncopation, which is when you accent an off-beat. It ain't funky without syncopation, so go crazy with that, as the root note on beat 1 in every bar will lock it all together. Lastly, use a variety of different note values, like 1/16 notes, 1/8 notes, and dotted 1/8 notes. So to conclude, what we're calling the RHCP scale is simply the blues scale plus the major 3rd and the major 7th.   NEXT If there's a song that you want us to hack in a future lesson, drop us a comment on our YouTube channel. Also, if you wanna learn our essential hacks for making great melodies, chord progressions, bass lines, drum beats (and more), then watch the 12 step-by-step videos in our Songwriting & Producing course. If you're feeling frustrated because your music isn't as good as you want it to be, then this is for you!   Free Book     Wooohooo!!! 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Hack Music Theory
Red Hot Chili Peppers HACK for Better Bass Lines

Hack Music Theory

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 4:57


    How to Write a Bass Line like Red Hot Chili Peppers "Tippa My Tongue"   In the new Red Hot Chili Peppers single “Tippa My Tongue”, there's a ridiculously funky variation of the blues scale, which we're calling the RHCP scale. And that's what you're about to learn, as well as how to write a bass line or guitar riff using it. But first... Tea!   INTRO Hello revolutionary music makers, we are Kate and Ray Harmony (AKA Revolution Harmony), and welcome to Hack Music Theory, the fast, easy and fun way to make music. If you're new to theory, or if you just want a refresher, then read our free book "12 Music Theory Hacks to Learn Scales & Chords". It'll give you a super solid music theory foundation in just 30 minutes. The free download is below. Enjoy!   SCALE Okay so first things first, what's the blues scale? Well, the blues scale is actually a variation of the minor pentatonic scale. Okay, so what's the minor pentatonic scale? Well, it's the natural minor scale without its 2nd and 6th notes. So from the root of C, the minor pentatonic scale is: C, E♭, F, G, B♭. And its spelling is: 1, ♭3, 4, 5, ♭7. Now, to turn the minor pentatonic scale into the blues scale, all you have to do is add the ♭5, which in this example is G♭. Alright, this is where it gets juicy! So the Chili Peppers use the blues scale in the chorus of this song, but to make it extra funky, they add two non-diatonic notes (i.e. notes that are not in the scale). The two extra notes they play are the major 3rd and the major 7th. And to be clear, they're using these notes to spice up the blues scale, they're not technically part of the scale. But, when you do make them part of it, you end up with a super funky 8-note scale, so why not add them in?!  So from the root of C, our RHCP scale is:  C, E♭, E, F, G♭, G, B♭, B  And the spelling of the RHCP scale is:  1, ♭3, 3, 4, ♭5, 5, ♭7, 7  And just a quick FYI for the more advanced producers. As you know, theoretically a scale can't have both the minor 3rd and major 3rd, so we have to spell the 3 (E) with its enharmonic equivalent, which is the ♭4 (F♭). Same note, different name. By the way, if that was confusing, then read our free book, as it's all explained in there!   BASS Okay, now that we've got the scale down, let's use it to write a bass line! So, set your tempo to 88 BPM, then create two bars of 4|4. The first thing you need to do is play the root note (C) on beat 1 in both bars. This was James Brown's funk rule. His band could do whatever they wanted for the rest of the bar, but they all had to lock in by playing beat 1 together. And the most solid note to play on beat 1 is obviously the root, so that's your starting point. What you do for the rest of the bass line is up to you, but here's a few guidelines. Be sure to use all 8 notes of the scale in your bass line, otherwise you won't get the full flavour. Also, use lots of rests. Funky music actually has a lot of space in it.  And related to that, you definitely wanna use a lot of syncopation, which is when you accent an off-beat. It ain't funky without syncopation, so go crazy with that, as the root note on beat 1 in every bar will lock it all together. Lastly, use a variety of different note values, like 1/16 notes, 1/8 notes, and dotted 1/8 notes. So to conclude, what we're calling the RHCP scale is simply the blues scale plus the major 3rd and the major 7th.   NEXT If there's a song that you want us to hack in a future lesson, drop us a comment on our YouTube channel. Also, if you wanna learn our essential hacks for making great melodies, chord progressions, bass lines, drum beats (and more), then watch the 12 step-by-step videos in our Songwriting & Producing course. If you're feeling frustrated because your music isn't as good as you want it to be, then this is for you!   Free Book     Wooohooo!!! You're a mere 30 minutes away from being even smarter than you already are. Just head on over to your inbox now for your free download. There was an error submitting your subscription. Please try again.   “The most brilliant, fast, easy & fun music theory book I've ever seen!” DEREK SIVERS, CD Baby founder We use this field to detect spam bots. If you fill this in, you will be marked as a spammer. 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Bright Side
If You Can't Fall Asleep at Night, Try Chili Peppers on Your Feet

Bright Side

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 11:19


Chili pepper is good for you: you can add it in your food, make a sauce with it... or put it in your socks! If you have troubles with falling asleep and often feel cold, put some chili peppers into each sock. Each foot has 72,000 nerve endings corresponding to different areas and chili pepper has a component that activates them! Let's learn more about it! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Journal du Rock
Le Journal Du Rock - Maneskin ; les Red Hot Chili Peppers ; Ozzy et Sharon Osbourne ; les Killers ; Led Zeppelin ; Kiss

Journal du Rock

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 3:51


Maneskin censuré sur la scène des MTV Video Music Awards ce 28 août lors de la performance de ‘'Supermodel‘'. C'est lors de cette même cérémonie que les Red Hot Chili Peppers ont dédié leur Global Icon Award au regretté batteur des Foo Fighters, Taylor Hawkins. Le couple Osbourne expliquent que les fusillades de masse font partie des raisons qui les ont poussés à revenir en Angleterre, leurs terres natales. Les Killers ont repris "Go Your Own Way" avec Lindsey Buckingham qui les a rejoints lors des rappels de leur concert de ce samedi 27 août à Los Angeles. Robert Plant a évoqué la naissance de Led Zeppelin lors d'une interview avec le Rolling Stone. Kiss a annoncé la réédition anniversaire de l'album ‘'Creatures of the Night'' de 1982, avec un très beau coffret deluxe. --- Classic 21 vous informe des dernières actualités du rock, en Belgique et partout ailleurs. Le Journal du Rock, chaque jour à 7h30 et 18h30.

Ongoing History of New Music
The History of Alt Rock Chapter: 13

Ongoing History of New Music

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 27:56 Very Popular


If you were around in the early 90s, you probably remember it as a time of awesome new music...it seemed that every single day, there was a cool new band, a great new sound, a scene you didn't know about... Grunge was king with nirvana and Soundgarden and pearl jam...green day and offspring had brought punk back...Manchester led into Britpop with Oasis and the Stone Roses Nine Inch Nails, Ministry, Chili Peppers, Beastie Boys, Tool, Stone Temple Pilots, Smashing Pumpkins, all these bands and more grabbed everyone's attention...hair metal was dead!....classic rock?  Over!....Lollapalooza was the coolest event of the year... The alternative nation had triumphed!....no more bad, boring, mainstream pop and rock!... Well, hang on...rock music has always run in a series of cycles that can be traced back to the 1950s...we'll get into that later, but all I need to say is “what goes up must come down”...and the alt-rock party came down...hard...and it hurt... This is chapter 13 of the complete history of alt-rock... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Del Tingo al Tango con Edgar Estrada
Rebeca Jones, Kenia Os, Ha-Ash, Q Lazzarus, Desaparecer por Completo, Harold Torres, Red Hoy Chili Peppers, Tocada y Fuga, Sergio Arau

Del Tingo al Tango con Edgar Estrada

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 2:06


Edgar Estrada nos cuenta todo sobre el mundo del entretenimiento; espectáculos, cultura, cine, televisión, teatro y muchas recomendaciones a tu alcance. ¡Estamos "Del Tingo al Tango"!Una producción original de Audio Centro

Ben & Liam
The Chili Peppers Came To Your House?

Ben & Liam

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 39:44


The Chili Peppers came back to a suburban house in Adelaide? You'll hear that story as well as many more in second chance talkback. We also have a big debate and get a show bag review from seven-year-old Max.  Second chance talkback: Obscure celebrity connections  610 Quiz: Give us some Seal   Liam finally watched day shift   Big Debate: Brenton Ragless vs Jane Doyle   Locking Jane Doyle onto our icon's mural  Jodie Oddy: Filming the birth   Maxy boy gives us his show bag review   What's trending: Bluey banned in the US   Friday meat tray: Paying it forward See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Costa Rica Pura Vida Lifestyle Podcast
The "Costa Rica Pura Vida Lifestyle" Podcast Series / A Warm Tribute to My Good Friend, Chili Pepper. . / Episode #1,756 / August 17th, 2022

Costa Rica Pura Vida Lifestyle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 7:18


Welcome to our Podcast #1,756! We appreciate your listening and hope you find the time to go through the 100's of episodes that we have recorded already. They're short, so listen to a few every day! I promise you will learn all you need to know about one of the happiest countries on the planet! Here's some links that will get you started in learning more about Costa Rica! Check out an amazing travel website catering to those travelers age 50 and over! Dozens of incredible expert contributors writing about so many destinations: https://www.travelawaits.com/ Here's our contribution to the TravelAwaits website: https://www.travelawaits.com/2789789/questions-to-ask-if-thinking-about-retiring-in-costa-rica/ Check out our NEW COSTA RICA LOVE STORIES! There's ONE THING BETTER than falling in love. . falling in love in COSTA RICA! Here's the link: https://www.costaricagoodnewsreport.com/lovestories.html So many GOOD-NEWS stories coming out of Costa Rica. We'd love to share them with all of you! Way over 100 stories ready right now. Learn all about one if the Happiest Countries on the Planet. . Costa Rica! Here's a link: https://vocal.media/authors/skip-licht Become a "COSTA RICA PURA VIDA" Brand Ambassador & Share the LIFESTYLE with EVERYONE! Here's the link: https://www.costaricagoodnewsreport.com/brandambassador.html Here's a link to the US Embassy here in Costa Rica: https://cr.usembassy.gov/ For more information on acquiring your legal status here in Costa Rica, visit our website at: https://www.costaricaimmigrationandmovingexperts.com Apostilling Your Documents is a Very Integral Part of the Residency Process. Click through on this link for more information: https://www.apostillewilliamedwardlicht.com Our email address is costaricagoodnews@gmail.com We'd love to hear from you! Our short stories / blog postings are located at our Costa Rica Good News Report website. Lots of stories about the life here in paradise! We think you'll really enjoy these: https://www.costaricagoodnewsreport.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/costa-rica-pura-vida/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/costa-rica-pura-vida/support

How You Slice It
Mike Kurtz: Get a Sticky Idea… Like Hot Honey

How You Slice It

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 40:00


Our guest this time is Mike Kurtz, the founder of Mike's Hot Honey. If you haven't heard of his chili-infused honey, you should get to eating. From his dorm room to his break room and at Paulie Gee's counter to in your stomach, Mike's Hot Honey just keeps growing.Listen in to hear how a walk through Brazil started sparked a sticky idea that's become a pizza phenomenon. 

The Stansbury Show
Europeans are letting us know how easy it is to spot an American

The Stansbury Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 96:25


NTT , The Chili Peppers like talks not pics and Europe says Americans are noticeable

Sportz and Thingz
Episode 97 - Jon Will Play Drums With A Sock On It...Like The Chili Peppers!

Sportz and Thingz

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 79:45


Join the guys as they discuss the Juan Soto trade and their disdain for the Lerners, Commanders training camp highlights, if Curtis Samuel will actually play this year, How much the Lerners suck, and welcome guest Justin Meeks to give his insight on the how terrible the Lerners are, and much more!!!

Produce Buzzers - A Podcast for Lovers of Fresh Fruits and Veggies

What is the hottest pepper in the world? Not the Carolina Reaper, not the Ghost Pepper, not the Scotch Bonnet! It's the Hatch Chili Pepper! But we are not talking about Scoville or heat levels. We are talking about popularity. It's so popular that it has a cult following. But they are only available six to eight weeks each year. From August to September, many Hatch chili enthusiasts buy scores of pounds (several cases) of these peppers to roast and freeze so they can have them year-round. A major festival is dedicated to them in their hometown of Hatch, New Mexico every Labor Day. Thousands of people descend on the tiny mile-long town to pick, consume, and roast these delicious peppers with an unrivaled flavor. What gives them that special flavor? Tune in to find out. Robert Schueller of Melissa's World Variety Produce, recognized as a "Produce Expert," joins us to tell us all about them. But beware. You might be persuaded to join the Cult of Hatch Chili Peppers! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/produce-buzz/support

MMH - The Home Of Rock Radio Podcasts
Amplified with Kelv Williams 30.7.22

MMH - The Home Of Rock Radio Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 120:54


Another packed edition of Amplified. Hidden gems, lost treasures, classic anthems and out and out bangers!!   Little Angels, Linkin Park, Incubus, Green Day, Cinderella, Fall Out Boy, 30 Second to Mars, AC/DC, Metallica, Bon Jovi, Chili Peppers, Poison, Smashing Pumpkins, Jane's Addiction, Muse, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Dirty Honey, Theory of a Deadman. Alice Cooper, Night Ranger, Hoobastank, REM, Black Stone Cherry, Kings of Leon, Def Leppard, Rasmus, INXS

HARDHEADED
Hotter than a Thai chili pepper! Matt brings the heat and make Troy and Chet suffer!

HARDHEADED

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 52:45


Matt brings thai chili peppers to the studio for Troy and Chet to taste. The heat discussion turns into a challenge where Matt commits to eating the hottest of his peppers if we get 50 new reviews on apple podcast. Chet blows up the scoville heat scale for the fraud that it is. The guys take you around the world as they discuss their top 3 foreign dishes. Chet gives a good word about John the Baptist from the Gospel of Matthew chapter 11. Topics discussed: What's On Your Mind: Hot peppers! Troy and Chet eat a thai chili from Matt's garden Top 3 foreign dishes: croissant, sweet and sour deep fried fish, ceviche, kabob, lomo saltado, beignets, bun, street tacos, bun vermicelli noodles, A Good Word: Expectations. Matthew chapter 11. John the Baptist has his disciples double check with Jesus to make sure he's the Messiah. Thai chili pepper, live local, hot pepper, spice, scoville, capsaicin, spicy, burn, poopoo water, hot ones, sugar water, carolina reaper, habenero, scotch bonnet, ghost pepper, french croissant, sweet and sour deep fried fish, China, France, Costa Rica, sea bass, rice, potatoes, flat bread, Afghanistan, Peru, deed fried twinkie, deep fried candy bar, endorphin, Significantly Spicy, John the Baptist, Links mentioned in this episode: https://www.hardheadedpodcast.com/ http://admiralspennant.com/ This podcast is hosted by ZenCast.fm

MMH - The Home Of Rock Radio Podcasts
Amplified with Kelv Williams 23.7.22 Birthday Special

MMH - The Home Of Rock Radio Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 120:57


Kelv gets indulgent with a birthday special playing tracks from 3 decades of influential music.  Oh and by the way he shares his birthday with legendary guitarist Slash.  Reckless Love, Guns n Roses, Def Leppard, Aerosmith, Motley Crue, KISS, VEGA, Eclipse, Little Angels, Poison, Idlewild, Feeder, Terrorvision, Bon Jovi, Midnite City, Crazy Lixx, Pearl Jam, Chili Peppers, Only Shadows, Van Halen, Levellers, Iron Maiden, White Lion, Paradise Lost, Reef, Manic Street Preachers

DSC On Demand
I'm Stupid, Family Feud & Pissed Off Pilots!

DSC On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 139:35


The DSC Show for Friday 7/22/2022: Today on The DSC Show Sarah kicked off "I'm Stupid" trying to explain why she thought you could milk male dairy cows, we played Family Feud for Chili Peppers tickets, and we heard about some pilots who threw a temper tantrum and ruined the flight!

Todd N Tyler Radio Empire
7/19 4-2 Bert Kreischer, Part 2

Todd N Tyler Radio Empire

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 20:04


Ever wanted to know how to keep a sock on your junk while you're singing a Chili Peppers song?See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Run Into The Ground
022. Post feat. Nic Offer

Run Into The Ground

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 133:39


This week we have have the joy of chatting with the singer of !!! (Chk Chk Chk) Nic Offer about Björk's incredible album Post. We dig into short shorts, Vice Dos and Don'ts, coming home from tour, DC at night, fights in the seaport, West Coast vs. East Coast, Nation of Ulysses vs. Fugazi, gear chat, editing processes, early Chili Peppers, comps vs. playlists, the genius of Aphex Twin, Garage Band loops, bespoke sound systems, synth chat, being far ahead of the curve, the incoming pop shift, hyperpop as a reactionary response to streaming, active listening vs. passive listening, the inevitability of lost talent, the impact of music videos, Björk encounters, learning as a kid vs. an adult, the impact of Sophie, and unconventional vocal styles. // Follow us at @danbassini, @mysprocalledlife, @chkchkchk_og and @runintotheground. Listen to our RITG Mixtape Vol. 6 here and our Best of RITG Vol. 2 playlist here.

Along for the Ride
Enjoying all of the Summer Food With Kids

Along for the Ride

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2022 19:53


Today we are celebrating all of the glorious summer food! The warm summer season gives us so many special and delicious foods that it's worth talking about it for a whole episode.  I've put together a killer Car Ride Conversation Guide for you to check out before your next vacation! It's a pre-filled out list of questions, activities, and fun conversation topics that everyone will LOVE. Download your free copy here - https://www.alongfortheride.info/activitiesOur big game today is an Along For The Ride favorite – Food Fan! And then we're going to talk about our favorite summer foods that we like to eat, do a quick round of "Oh Yeah No Way" where everyone will get to weigh in on some summer food opinions, and we'll end our episode with a send off game I call Fast Food Fantasy that I know everyone is going to enjoy! Featured Game 1 - Food Fan Here's how this game works - I'm going to tell you to name a certain type of food and then you respond with an answer. Like most of the games we play here on Along for the Ride, you only have a short period of time to answer, so you have to think quick! I'll say something like, “name a food that is spicy” and then you'll only have a few seconds to think of your answer. You could say something like “Chili Peppers” or “Nashville Hot Chicken!” Conversation - Favorite Summer Foods and MemoriesLet's take a minute to talk as a group about what kinds of foods you like to eat in the summer. And let's plan a hypothetical party where we'll serve all of our favorite summer food! Featured Game 2 - Oh Yeah! No Way!Oh Yeah! NO Way! is this ultimate game of opinions! I'll make a statement and if you like or agree with what I'm saying, then you say OH YEAH and if you don't like or don't agree with what I'm saying, you so NO WAY. This one is always a fun one!  Send Off Activity - Fast Food Fantasy Imagination GameI want you to think about all of your favorite foods from fast food restaurants - Chick-fil-a, Mcdonalds, Wendys, Burger King, Taco Bell, all the places! I want you to create your ultimate imaginary fast food meal. Put your favorite items together like - chicken nuggets from Chick-fil-a with McDonalds fries. You guys have fun putting your ultimate fast food meals together!   I'd love for you to share this episode with a friend so that they can experience all the fun too! You can share the episode right from the podcast app. Just click the share button and then text it to a fellow parent friend! I know they'd appreciate it! If this podcast has added value and helped you have fun in the car with your kids, please head over to Apple Podcasts, subscribe to the show, and leave us an honest review. Your reviews and feedback will not only help me continue to deliver great, family fun content, but it will also help us reach even more amazing families just like yours.Thank you for listening to Along For The Ride!

The Sports Huddle
The Sports Huddle with Bob Black | July 6, 2022 - 4p

The Sports Huddle

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 42:28


It's all about baseball this hour. From the Baltimore Orioles to the Tri-City Chili Peppers. Chris Martin of those Chili Peppers joins Bob to talk about how the team celebrates a walk-off home run and much more.

The Sports Huddle
Chris Martin of the Tri-City Chili Peppers

The Sports Huddle

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 13:11


Chris explains what a walk-off home run celebration looks like for the Chili Peppers.. and how other teams react to such a celebration. He gets Bob up to speed with how the second half of the season has started and what's coming up for the fans.

The Sports Huddle
Chris Martin Returns to the Huddle

The Sports Huddle

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 12:36


Chris and the Chili Peppers have completed the first half of their season. Now, with June wrapping up, Chris talks what they can take from their experiences so far into the second half of the year.

The Sports Huddle
Chris Martin of the Tri-City Chili Peppers

The Sports Huddle

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 13:07


Chris is becoming a regular on our airwaves. Today he stopped again to chat with Bob about all things Chili Peppers, including how fans have been getting involved.

The Fierce Female Network
Chad Rubin and Parker Gandy Dominates

The Fierce Female Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 26:00


Chad Rubin Chad Rubin was born and raise in Scottsdale, Arizona. His love for music started young in a musical family, listening and singing, playing guitar, piano and drums to bands such as Blink, Sublime and the Chili Peppers. He started writing his own music after being introduced to artists such as Petty, Jack Johnson and most prominently, Jason Mraz. He continued to play in bands through high school before going to college where he toured as the drummer for Sinclair's Revenge and recorded his first self-titled studio supported solo album which was received well but not given the full attention is deserved as Chad continued to attend school and began working for an electrical engineering firm which eventually brought him out to LA and SF. It was then that Chad decided to leave that life behind for a full commitment to music and move back to Arizona. There he opened his studio, worked in film and theater while performing live in Az as well as around the southwestern region before eventually receiving an A&R deal to create his debut, full length album Feels. Chad will be on the road domestically over the next year with plans to tour the album in the UK early 2023.   Parker Gandy   Parker Gandy is an actor and musician based in New York City making RnB and Hip-Hop. He's been making music for five years starting out doing performances in Huntsville, Alabama and the surrounding area. He stated taking over New York just around two years ago.

The Fierce Female Network
Fierce Manson Blows Up Chad Rubin, Ricky Dan, Richie Treviño, & Parker Gandy

The Fierce Female Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 32:00


Chad Rubin Feels” is the new LP from singer-songwriter producer ‘Chad Rubin'. Feels is a full length album comprised of 13 songs chosen from a grip of songs written and recorded in quarantine. The songs (including the b-side singles) are thematic in a sense dealing with adversity while overcoming some of the hardships in life, love and the pursuit of enrichment. Drawn from real life experiences and observations, Chad talks about being “just another” lover to someone, one's own “sanity”, drive to accomplish one's dreams and the roller coaster of loving someone, or as Chad puts it, being “lost in the jungle” with someone. Chad Rubin was born and raise in Scottsdale, Arizona. His love for music started young in a musical family, listening and singing, playing guitar, piano and drums to bands such as Blink, Sublime and the Chili Peppers. He started writing his own music after being introduced to artists such as Petty, Jack Johnson and most prominently, Jason Mraz. Ricky Dan Ricky Dan is anartist that was born in Kingston Jamaica but currently live in Frankfurt Germany music is his life. Parker Gandy Parker Gandy is an actor and musician based in New York City making RnB and Hip-Hop. He's been making music for five years starting out doing performances in Huntsville, Alabama and the surrounding area. He stated taking over New York just around two years ago.

The Fierce Female Network
Parker Gandy, Chad Rubin, Richie Treviño, & Ricky Dan Blows Up With Fierce

The Fierce Female Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 34:00


Chad Rubin was born and raise in Scottsdale, Arizona. His love for music started young in a musical family, listening and singing, playing guitar, piano and drums to bands such as Blink, Sublime and the Chili Peppers. He started writing his own music after being introduced to artists such as Petty, Jack Johnson and most prominently, Jason Mraz. He continued to play in bands through high school before going to college where he toured as the drummer for Sinclair's Revenge and recorded his first self-titled studio supported solo album which was received well but not given the full attention is deserved as Chad continued to attend school and began working for an electrical engineering firm which eventually brought him out to LA and SF. It was then that Chad decided to leave that life behind for a full commitment to music and move back to Arizona. There he opened his studio, worked in film and theater while performing live in Az as well as around the southwestern region before eventually receiving an A&R deal to create his debut, full length album Feels. Chad will be on the road domestically over the next year with plans to tour the album in the UK early 2023. Richie Treviño  7 years sober & started writing music again. This song is called Lady Spit. It's about never giving up & keep moving regardless.

Heartfelt Awakening Aligning Body Breath and Spirit
095 Transforming pain into country music with chili peppers! with Stephanie Urbina Jones

Heartfelt Awakening Aligning Body Breath and Spirit

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 18:16


Stephanie Urbina Jones is the lead author of Shaman Heart - Turning Your Pain into Passion and Purpose. Shaman Heart was released on April 6, 2022, and within the next 24 hours was a #1 Amazon Bestseller in 9 categories. This collection of 26 tales of transformation is a powerful book of inspiration and soul medicine. Stephanie is a powerful dreamer and artist of life. Once this shaman sets her intent on something, she almost always brings it to life and has fun doing it. She is a visionary seer and regularly walks between the worlds. She considers this normal and believes she has an army of Mexican angels (led by her Abuelita Virginia) that guide and guard her life and career. Born in San Antonio and raised in small-town Fredericksburg, Texas, she has never met a stranger. Her first job was picking peaches, and her first date was coon hunting. She still loves the great outdoors and the simple things in life. She is living her dreams full tilt boogie every day, working on songs, albums, books, tours, ceremonies, time with her family, or journeys around the world. She is enjoying her life now more than ever. Stephanie lives on the river outside Nashville, TN, with her beloved daughter Zeta, husband and firewalks instructor Jeremy, their little white buffalo medicine dog Lulu, and moody cat Bolt. She loves getting snowed in and or any chance to be with her family. She wrote her first song when her high school boyfriend broke up with her, and she never looked back. She loves her dad, Uncle Rudy, everything mariachi, and her Mexican roots. She spends a few months a year south of the border making music, playing, trying on dresses, leading journeys, or just hanging with her family of friends. Stephanie Urbina's Social Media links : https://shamanheart.org/ https://www.freedomfolkandsoul.org/ https://www.instagram.com/freedom.folk.and.soul/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzsMdgvIqt934kc-YEiecCA https://www.facebook.com/Freedomfolkandsoul.org https://stephanieurbinajones.com/ https://lauradifranco.com/ https://www.amazon.com/Shaman-Heart-Turning-Passion-Purpose-ebook/

What Did They Mean By That?
Episode 47- Soul to Squeeze- Red Hot Chili Peppers

What Did They Mean By That?

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 47:58


***TRIGGER WARNING- THIS EPISODE DISCUSSES DRUG ADDICTION AND MENTAL ILLNESS*** Julia throws Christine a fast ball in this one. Listeners will be yelling at the speakers, and yes, go ahead and throw shade. But breaking down this song and the unique style of this band will send you playing The Chili Peppers on repeat. Soul to Squeeze Video Art by Kitty Sopow Aunt Tracy's Place on Youtube --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/christine-kiefer7/message

The Tony Gates Morning Show
Rob's Rock Report 6/3

The Tony Gates Morning Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 3:31


The Chili Peppers have a new song out. Robert Plant is performing old Zeppelin songs with Allison Krauss. Is it really Judas Priest without the leather and studs?  Support the show: https://www.wlav.com/tonygwlav/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Out of the Fire
Journey of Pain to Purpose with Stephanie Urbina Jones and Jeremy Pajer

Out of the Fire

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 40:14


Today we are joined by two great individuals, Stephanie Urbina Jones and Jeremy Pajer,    A Singer, teacher, writer, sister, friend, mother, wife, and lover of life; Stephanie Urbina Jones brings her passion and experience in living a life of creative freedom to people all over the world. She is a # 1 Billboard Country Music Songwriter traveling with her Honky Tonk Mariachis, sharing joy and her history-making “Country Music with Chili Peppers” all over the world. She is also Co-founder of Freedom, Folk, and Soul a transformational community of the healing arts, and the lead author of the best-selling book The Shaman Heart.   With Stephanie, is her husband, Jeremy Pajer. Jeremy is the co-founder of Freedom, Folk, and Soul, truly a master of transformation and a leader in the field of personal freedom. He has spent the last 19 years dedicating his life to spiritual growth and the healing arts.  He has a practical, down-to-earth, fun, and loving approach to transformation and to helping people embrace their humanity. A true shaman and healer, Jeremy is committed to your growth, transformation, and freedom. He brings openness and love to life and is truly a man of heart, service, and generosity.   This talk embarks on their journey in finding purpose in life, turning pain into a passion not only for themselves but also for helping others transform their lives.   Key Highlights:   [00:01 – 12:46] Stephanie and Jeremy Share Their Journey of Pain to Purpose Stephanie talks about meeting Laura De Franco She shares about their journey with 26 authors to the avenue of the dead facing their pains and becoming reborn Jeremy describes how the authors join them on a transformational journey. o   How the book did well, because of the collective energy and love that came through from the authors in their four-month journey together.   [12:47 – 31:27] Shamanism: A Simplified Explanation Shamanism is a process of coming back into tune with one's humanness and the elements Connecting with the divine nature of life. They also share their perspective on the importance of spirituality in faith and how it can connect people from all walks of life Shamanism is a spiritual practice and that being a sacred witness is having a shaman's heart How to Overcome Roadblocks on Your Journey to Purpose o   Jeremy discusses how we must all face our fears in order to move forward and achieve our goals. o   the importance of self-acceptance and commitment to a new way of living in order to achieve success. o   Jeremy encourages others to live their lives with passion and purpose.  You have to be in that moment in order to experience true transformation. o   Mental health awareness is important, but it's only the beginning of the journey o   You also have to commit to a process and follow up with participants.  Freedom, Folk, and Soul Day o   Once a month, people can join when they think they feel called. o   They can experience sacred journeys. o   Walkthrough fire.   [31:28 - 40:09] Closing Segment Suffering? What is it going to cost you? The importance of starting your journey to healing and growth now than waiting.   Websites where you can learn more about Stephanie and Jeremy: www.StephanieUrbinaJones.com www.shamanheart.org/ www.freedomfolkandsoul.org/ Join me and my guests as we illustrate how to walk through the fires of life and come out the other side more resilient, passionate, and stronger than ever before. Connect with us on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram. Become part of the community and join our Group. Want to learn more about me? Visit https://trishafraley.com/trishafraley. I want to know more about you! Email me at fraleyonfire@gmail.com. LEAVE A REVIEW + help someone who wants to overcome and walk through their fire by sharing this episode. Tweetable Quotes: “I call it God; some people call it the great divine mystery. There is something that is connected in all of life between all of us and when we heal. And sometimes these painful experiences that we have in our lives. Are the activators, the catalyst to bring us to our knees, to break our hearts open so that we can feel connected to the divine nature of life. Calling God, call it the great mystery. And it's in the wind. It's in the stars. It's in you. It's in me” – Stephanie Urbina Jones “We get freedom. We get free quicker. We get relief quicker. So it's not like it takes a year to get the relief, but to sustain it, to maintain it, to go deeper.” – Jeremy Pajer  

Hot Property with Dan and Stephen
Hot Property E95 - Royal Canadian Chili Peppers!

Hot Property with Dan and Stephen

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 69:43


Dan uncovers a monstrosity in Germany. Stephen calls Rob, but which one?! IT'S TOM CRUISE SEASON. Have you ever heard Hot Takes with Hot Takes?

Bob Forrest's Don't Die Podcast
Episode Two Hundred Two

Bob Forrest's Don't Die Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 97:25


Bob, Chuk and Mike are joined by surprise guest Josh Klinghoffer Guns, Heartbreaking School Shootings, Music, Recovery, Shane McGowan Viper room story, Joe Strummer, Gig report, Pluralone, Pearl Jam, Elvis Costello and Bob, Bicycle Thief and more

Troubled Men Podcast
TMP201 INSIDE THE WORLD OF BEN VAUGHN

Troubled Men Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 80:06


He’s known for his work scoring music for hit TV shows “That 70s Show” and “3rd Rock from the Sun,” his records with Alan Vega, Alex Chilton, Charlie Feathers, and Nancy Sinatra, his long-running syndicated radio show, “The Many Moods of Ben Vaughn,” and a 40-year career as a solo artist. With a new solo record, “The World of Ben Vaughn,” coming out, Ben drops in to catch up with the Troubled Men before his tour of Spain. Apparently the rain there falls mainly on the plain. Topics include a Jazz Fest recap, a Daniel Lanois set, triangle sandwiches, porch parties, the Chili Peppers, the heat, WEVL, WXPN, a Big Star story, “Like Flies On Sherbet,” “Cubist Blues,” Suicide, “Rambler ’65,” a record collection, early dance bands, Duane Eddy, early recording, disgusting percussion, Roland Janes, moving to L.A., Pulp Fiction, surf guitar, session work, John Lithgow, the Mojave Desert, Tom Haden, Dave Catching, Dash Rip Rock, Sinatra’s “Watertown,” Bob Gaudio, the Four Seasons, and much more. Intro music: Styler/Coman Break and outro music: “Wayne Fontana Was Wrong” and “Blind Alley” from “The World of Ben Vaughn” by Ben Vaughn Support the podcast: Paypal or Venmo Join the Patreon page here. Shop for Troubled Men’s Shirts here. Subscribe, review, and rate (5 stars) on Apple Podcasts or any podcast source. Follow on social media, share with friends, and spread the Troubled Word. Troubled Men Podcast Facebook Troubled Men Podcast Instagram Iguanas Tour Dates René Coman Facebook Cubist Blues YouTube Ben Vaughn Homepage Ben Vaughn Facebook The Many Moods of Ben Vaughn Facebook

Play Pants with Rod Ryan and Jason Ginty
Glitter, Chili Peppers fill in for Foo, Top 5 Cult songs and Adrian Zmed

Play Pants with Rod Ryan and Jason Ginty

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 105:57


The Red Hot Chili Peppers filled in for the Foo Fighters at Jazzfest and the Foo Fighters were there! When a 4 year old asks to put glitter on your face there is only one answer. Jason is getting used to being back in an office for the first time in years and it has its challenges. Rod's in a new studio and it's giving him problems. Ian Astbury from The Cult tuned 60 so we run down our favorite Cult songs. Play Pants is sponsored by www.Piratesofthequarter.com

Universally Speaking: The Red Hot Chili Peppers Podcast
Episode 78 - The JF Era Non-Singles Singles Game + Suck My Cloth Competition Result

Universally Speaking: The Red Hot Chili Peppers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 99:48


The Brothers rewrite history as they pick alternative singles for the JF era album releases. There's bickering , tears and even some harmonious agreement as the lads have a few beers and chat about the Chili Peppers - not a bad way to spend an evening. They also reveal the winner of the biggest tablecloth competition ever run by an RHCP podcast - Suck My Cloth!E-mail us: bentownsendmusic@hotmail.comWe are part of the Deep Dive Podcast Network: https://twitter.com/DeepDivePodNetFollow us on the good old socials:Twitter:Ben: https://twitter.com/universallyrhcpSam: https://twitter.com/stacktownsendInstagram:Ben: https://www.instagram.com/universallyspeakingrhcp_pod/Read ‘Me and My Friends' - The World's #1 RHCP Newsletter - Subscribe here: https://buttondown.email/rhcpsessions.Check out our Drum Ambassadors (Jack Johnson) projects here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdy0pbWSOg6f8vcYnngIQ0ACheck out our Bass Ambassadors (Aidan Hampson) projects here: http://aidanhampson.co.uk/Check out friend of the pod, Dan Boyd's Pop Shock Podcast - for all your pop culture needs! Audio: https://anchor.fm/popshockpod / Video: https://youtube.com/channel/UCHY5pXX_x7Kv4e8wJmHoK5AFor your vinyl needs please shop at Black Star Records: https://www.blackstarrecords.co.uk

Weird AF News
Woman married her cat to avoid eviction. Idiot fooled by a Red Hot Chili Pepper coverband.

Weird AF News

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 32:14


Woman married her pet cat to avoid a landlord eviction. Saudi restaurant shut down for making food in the toilet for 30 years. Fan accidentally buys Red Hot Chili Pepper coverband tickets instead of the real Chili Peppers and is angry. Weird AF News is the only daily weird news podcast hosted by a comedian and recorded in a closet. Show your SUPPORT by joining the Weird AF News Patreon where you'll get bonus episodes and other weird af news stuff http://patreon.com/weirdafnews  - WATCH Weird AF News on Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/weirdafnews - check out the official website https://WeirdAFnews.com and FOLLOW host Jonesy at http://instagram.com/funnyjones or http://twitter.com/funnyjones or http://facebook.com/comedianjonesy or http://Jonesy.com

Broken Record with Malcolm Gladwell, Rick Rubin, and Bruce Headlam

Today we have the final interview in our month-long series with the Red Hot Chili Peppers in celebration of their new album, Unlimited Love, produced by Rick Rubin. There's only one Chili Pepper left, Mr. “I eat-drums-for-breakfast” himself, Chad Smith. Chad has always been a bit of an outlier in the band, he's the only member who isn't from L.A. He's from the suburbs of Detroit and he was reared more on classic rock than punk like the rest of the band. But Chad is an integral member of the Peppers. His hard hitting style is the band's foundation. And as we'll hear him tell Rick, Chad fell in love with the Chili Peppers the day he auditioned for them close to 35 years ago. On today's episode Chad and Rick talk about the lost demo sessions the Chili Peppers recorded nearly a year before they made Blood Sugar Sex Magik. Chad also talks about how “Californication” started out as what he calls “a bad reggae song.” And he remembers the time he and Flea got chased—nearly naked—by cops in Green Bay. Subscribe to Broken Record's YouTube channel to hear all of our interviews:  https://www.youtube.com/brokenrecordpodcast and follow us on Twitter @BrokenRecord You can also check out past episodes here: https://brokenrecordpodcast.com Hear a playlist of all of our favorite Red Hot Chili Peppers songs HERE. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Broken Record with Malcolm Gladwell, Rick Rubin, and Bruce Headlam
John Frusciante and Anthony Kiedis

Broken Record with Malcolm Gladwell, Rick Rubin, and Bruce Headlam

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 100:06 Very Popular


We're continuing our run of episodes celebrating the release of the Red Hot Chili Peppers' new album, Unlimited Love, produced by Rick Rubin. We left off our episode last week with Anthony Kiedis popping in to join Rick's conversation with Chili Peppers' guitarist John Frusciante. Today we have part two of Rick's conversation with John and the band's iconic frontman. On this episode we'll hear Anthony talk about how some of the new song lyrics came together, the lengths he went to commute to the studio in Hawaii where he was recording vocals with Rick. And both Anthony and John give their accounts of John's third return to the band.  Make sure to check out Rick's interview next week with the almighty Flea. Subscribe to Broken Record's YouTube channel to hear all of our interviews:  https://www.youtube.com/brokenrecordpodcast and follow us on Twitter @BrokenRecord You can also check out past episodes here: https://brokenrecordpodcast.com Hear a playlist of all of our favorite Red Hot Chili Peppers songs HERE. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Broken Record with Malcolm Gladwell, Rick Rubin, and Bruce Headlam

Today is the start of a month-long run of episodes in celebration of the Red Hot Chili Peppers' newest album, Unlimited Love. We kick things off with Rick Rubin in conversation with the Chili Peppers' guitarist, John Frusciante. If you're a diehard fan you know why the release of their new album is so exciting. Unlimited Love is their first record with John in 16 years. In this episode, you'll hear John tell Rick about his deep musical exploration as a young guitar player. He also talks about how he fell in love with the Chili Peppers as a teenager, and what it was like joining the band he'd become such a big fan of at just 18 years-old. And in the end, John and Rick are joined by a very special guest. Part Two of this conversation continues on the next episode . . . Subscribe to Broken Record's YouTube channel to hear all of our interviews:  https://www.youtube.com/brokenrecordpodcast and follow us on Twitter @BrokenRecord You can also check out past episodes here: https://brokenrecordpodcast.com Hear a playlist of all of our favorite Red Hot Chili Peppers songs HERE. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Talk Is Jericho
Chad Smith, 2 Bottles of Water & a Pack of Cigarettes

Talk Is Jericho

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2022 66:19 Very Popular


It's “Unlimited Love” day! The long-awaited, highly-anticipated, brand-new Red Hot Chili Peppers album has finally arrived, and drummer Chad Smith returns to share some stories from the studio! He talks about reuniting with former guitarist John Frusciante and what's that done for the Peppers, bringing longtime producer Rick Rubin back into the fold, writing and recording during a pandemic, and the band's upcoming (and first-ever) stadium tour! Chad also has some crazy tales about recording an album with Ozzy Osbourne, his original Chili Peppers audition, and the time he discovered he could ride his 10-speed bike to the Creem magazine headquarters! And then there's that second Ozzy album that's already finished and awaiting release, but you didn't hear that from us! 

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
Episode 1317 - Flea

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 28, 2022 87:40 Very Popular


The Red Hot Chili Peppers have been around for almost 40 years and Flea has been there for every minute of it. He and Marc talk about Flea's jazz-based upbringing that made him the bassist he is today, the various incarnations of the band, and the current reunion with multi-time bandmate John Frusciante for their new album, Unlimited Love. Flea also talks about the heartbreak of losing the Chili Pepper's founding guitarist Hillel Slovak to drug addiction and the demons the rest of the band have fought to overcome. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.