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Focus on Metal
EP 560 - Reviews?

Focus on Metal

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 59:19


Focus on Metal
EP 560 - Reviews?

Focus on Metal

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2023 59:19


What's My Frame?
83. Marcel Dagenais // Hair Department Head

What's My Frame?

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 45:41


Today on What's My Frame? I'm joined by Poker Face hair department head, Marcel Dagenais. I had the absolute joy of meeting Marcel last year on the set of Rain Johnson's new series Poker Face. In the week leading up to joining the show I was blown away by Marcel and his team's attention to detail and pre planing. It dawned on me so many actors don't know what to expect after the offer email. We spend so much time focusing on getting the job we don't discuss the flood of emails / txts and planing that happens between booking and landing on set. Today Marcel and I discuss just that, how to share helping info with the hair & MUA department heads before arriving in their trailer along with so many more helpful tips. Of course we also dive into Marcel's work in commercials and editorial along with a few favorites stories from set including a wild one from Russian Doll. Additional credits and collaborators include, New York Magazine, PAPER Magazine, TIME, WWD, Refinery 29, V Magazine, NYLON, NYLON Mexico, Schön! Magazine, BUST, Inked Magazine, Vogue, Rolling Stone, Marie Claire, Cultured Magazine, Creem, NIKKI, U+MAG,Backstage, M Magazine, Time Out New York, New York Times. John Lee, Andrew Gaynord, Ryan McFaul, Chioke Nassor, Jake Wilson, Abbi Jacobson, Ilana Glazer, Lilly Burns, Nick Jasenovec, Sarah-Violet Bliss, Charles Rogers, Michael Showalter, Leslye Headland, Jamie Babbit, Natasha Lyonne, Nick Paley, Pamela Romanowsky, The Daniels, Rian Johnson and Iain B MacDonald. http://www.marceldagenais.com POKER FACE premiers this week on Peacock!! -- Hosted by Laura Linda Bradley Join the WMF creative community now! Instagram: @whatsmyframe TikTok: @whatsmyframe YouTube: @whatsmyframe IMDb What's My Frame? official site Join our monthly newsletter! What's My Frame? merch; Coming soon!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/whats-my-frame/support

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Dig This With The Splendid Bohemians Presents "The Rock My Soul Hall Of Acclaim" - First Induction - MItch Ryder and The Detroit Wheels - Featuring Your "Dig This" Compadres, Rich Buckland and Bill Mesnik

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Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 27:07


Mitch Ryder, one of the most distinctive and soulful voices to come out of Detroit's 1960s rock music scene, will be inducted into the Rhythm and Blues Hall of Fame June 11, at the Music Hall in Detroit.This year's crop of inductees also includes Patti LaBelle, Gladys Knight & the Pips, the Impressions, Larry Williams, and posthumous inductees James Brown, Isaac Hayes and Mary Wells.Ryder may have fronted a rock band, but make no mistake, his soul props are solid. As a suburban teenager, he made the trek from Warren to hang out at the Village club just off Woodward, to catch sets by the likes of Nathaniel Mayer. By the time he was 17, Ryder sang (and recorded) with a soul group, the Peps.Later he fronted his own rock band, Billy Lee and the Rivieras, which was renamed Mitch Ryder and the Detroit Wheels. The group had an explosive sound that combined the drive of garage rock with Ryder's raw, emotional vocals. That sound drove Bob Crewe-produced hits that included “Devil with a Blue Dress,” “Jenny Take A Ride,” “Sock it to Me, Baby” and “Little Latin Lupe Lu.”Ryder was pleased to hear of his induction alongside some of his soul idols. “I looked at the names of some of those who came before me and it became a celebration of joy for me,” Ryder said in a statement released by his publicist, Cary Baker. “I mean, Aretha Franklin, David Ruffin, Marvin Gaye, Otis Redding, Jackie Wilson, Sam Cooke and so many other voices that brought me great pleasure throughout my life and career. It is still thrilling me, and I'm afraid to wake up from the dream!”After the Wheels split up, Ryder teamed up with Booker T. and the MGs for the acclaimed album “The Detroit-Memphis Experiment.” Later, he joined back up with Wheels drummer Johnny Badanjek in a group they dubbed Detroit, which was managed by Creem magazine publisher Barry Kramer. Detroit recorded a memorable cover of Lou Reed's “Rock and Roll,” which many felt surpassed the original. Later, John Mellencamp produced Ryder's solo album “Never Kick a Sleeping Dog,” which featured his superb rendition of Prince's “When You Were Mine.”Ryder is on the short list of artists who have been unjustly overlooked by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but in a sense, the Rhythm and Blues Hall of Fame is the more fitting place for him.For his part, Ryder says his induction is “an honor which will stay cherished by me for the rest of my life.”The 5th annual Black Tie Rhythm and Blues Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and Concert will take place at 6 p.m. Sunday June 11 at the Music Hall, 350 Madison, in Detroit. The event will serve as a fundraiser to secure a permanent building for the Rhythm and Blues Hall of Fame. 

Vinyl-O-Matic
Albums and All That, Starting with the P as in Papa, and some that beging with the letter Q as in Quebec

Vinyl-O-Matic

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2023 68:59


Kid606 [00:39] "Let It Rock" Pretty Girls Make Raves Tigerbeat6 meow132 2006 Hello Mid-Aughties Bay Area IDM. Michael Nesmith [05:32] "Some of Shelley's Blues" Pretty Much Your Standard Ranch Stash Pacific Arts/Island Records ILPS 9440 1977 One of my scores from Amsterdam. "Some of Shelley's Blues was going to be part of the Nashville session The Monkees had in 1968. Prior to this version it was also covered by Linda Ronstadt with the Stone Poney's (https://youtu.be/d9cQBGMzigU), as well as the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band (https://youtu.be/BXJiqKgl7BI). Willie Nelson [08:52] "Blue Christmas" Pretty Paper Columbia JC 36189 1979 Having yourself a very Willia xmas? Getting some quality assistance from Booker T on the organ. The title track, made famous by Roy Orbison in 1963, is penned by none other than Willie. Prince [11:31] "I Wanna Be Your Lover" Prince Warner Bros. Records BSK 3366 1979 Prince's sophomore effort and what an effort it is! The album made it to number 22 on the Hot 100, and this lead off single (https://youtu.be/Rp8WL621uGM) hit number 11 on the US charts. Linda Ronstadt [18:29] "Hey Mister, That's Me Up on the Jukebox" Prisoner in Disguise Asylum Records 7E-1045 1975 Linda deftly handling this James Taylor number on this multi-platinum album. Emerson Meyers [22:40] "In Memoriam for Soprano & Tape" Provocative Electronics (Electronic Constructions on Traditional Forms) Westminster Gold WGS-8129 1970 Recorded at the Electronic Music Laboratory of the Catholic University of America, of all places, in 1970. Don't worry, I have an insider checking to see whether his laboratory still exists. The Cramps [27:35] "Goo Goo Muck" Psychedlic Jungle I.R.S. Records SP 70016 1981 How timely! The Cramps very well known version of Ronnie Cook and the Gaylads 1962 single. Record fiend friends, let me tell you that I have had a saved eBay search for that original Ronnie Cook single, and it has yet to go for less than three figures. Here's hoping I find it in a random place someday in the future. Thurston Moore [30:40] "Ono Soul" Psychic Hearts Goofin' Records Goo-010 2006 (originally released on DGC in 1995) Thurston hearts the queen of noise. This album features artwork by the excellent Rita Ackermann. Luna [35:53] "Beautiful View" Pup Tent Teenbeat TEENBEAT 232 1997 The fourth studio album from one of my favorite bands. This is one of the few that was released on vinyl at the time. Of course there's also the big beautiful box set (https://www.discogs.com/master/1027116-Luna-Long-Players-92-99). Purple Mountains [39:34] "She's Making Friends, I'm Turning Stranger" Purple Mountains Drag City DC680 2019 Ugh. Sadly, the final David Berman project. A thoroughly engaging album from start to finish.Interested and brave parties can check out this piece on David Berman's final days in the recent issue of Creem (https://www.creem.com/fresh-creem/david-berman-purple-mountains-final-days-feature). Temptations [43:42] "I Can't Get Next to You" Puzzle People Gordy S-949 1969 Such a hot opening track, this copy has been played many times. I tried to salvage it as best as possible. Number one single from a number 5 album. The Who [46:24] "Bell Boy" Quadrophenia (Music from the Soundtrack of The Who Film) Polydor 2625 037 1979 And what a film it is. Who knew that the king of the mods had a day job? Big Blood [51:21] "1000 Times" QuaranTunes Series No.027 Feeding Tube Records FTR634 2021 One of the things that got me through the stay-at-home phase of the pandemic was all of the excellent livestreams from musicians. This particular one from Portland ME's Big Blood was pretty much transcendtal for me. And this particular track featuring Quinissa on vocals scratched an audio itch that I didn't know I had. To really put it over the top for me, they followed it up with a cover of The Clean's "Anything Could Happen" (https://youtu.be/wPGIJdlOkbw?t=2272). Ultravox [55:20] "We Came to Dance" Quartet Chrysalis CDL 1394 1394 The sixth outing from Midge Ure and company. Oddly, produced by George Martin and less oddly cover design by Peter Saville. This track was the fourth and final single from Quartet. Robyn Hitchcock 'n' the Egyptians [59:34] "Madonna of the Wasps" Queen Elvis A&M Records SP 5241 1989 Another musician who had some great livestreams during stay-at-home along with his partner Emma Swift and Tubby and Ringo and Perry the Lobster. This song will forever be one of my favorites of his. Helped out by usual suspect Peter Buck on guitar here. Japan [01:02:39] "Halloween" Quiet Life Fame FA3037 1982 (originally released in 1979) Japan's third album, transitioning into synth pop territory. Music behind the DJ: "Gomez" by Vic Mizzy

Stuck In The Middle - A Gen X Podcast

Hey, Slackers! A seemingly forgotten medium is the good old magazine. Sure, you can still find them on shelves, but what about those rock and metal mags of the 80's and 90's?! While everyone knows Rolling Stone, that was far from the only game in town. For the metal heads there was Metal Edge or RIP. There were the general music mags like SPIN and CREEM. What they all had in common was an unabashed love for music and the men and women who played it.The days of print are far behind us, but there was something so exciting about getting a new issue every month and reading crazy tour stories, or seeing a spotlight on an up and coming band.What were some of your favorites? Do you miss the days of magazines and newspapers? Or, do you still have subscriptions!?!Let me know in the comments over on the socials.Subscribe today!

Metal Mayhem ROC: A Heavy Metal Podcast
Jason McMaster Interview- Saving BOTH ACCEPT and ARMORED SAINT Tours. R.I.P. BOB NALBANDIAN-2020 RE-AIR MMROC INTERVIEW.

Metal Mayhem ROC: A Heavy Metal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 65:48


Happy New Years Metalheads! Tonight we share a fun story of how a veteran Metal Singer saved the day for two of this falls most anticipated Tours.  It Started With THIS:  German/American heavy metal legends ACCEPT have recruited Jason McMaster (DANGEROUS TOYS, WATCHTOWER) to sing for the band  as ACCEPT‘s longtime frontman Mark Tornillo, who is unable to make the gig because he is recovering from a “virus infection”. And Ended with THIS : "Unfortunately, luck has dealt me a gnarly knuckleball,"  ARMORED SAINT Vocalist John Bush wrote in his post. "I came down with an illness and even though it hasn't made me feel bad, it still has infiltrated my nasal and chest area and planted itself.  "Luckily, longtime friend and Armored Saint fan Jason McMaster (Dangerous Toys/ Broken Teeth) is coming to the rescue again. He's already helped Accept earlier this year on tour and now he's stepping into the batter's box for me. I am extremely grateful, and I know he'll kill it! We were there in CLEVELAND with John Bush and ARMORED SAINT and in PENNSYLVANIA when Jason Took over for Bush.  Jason McMaster, vocalist, bassist, songwriter, producer, artist, rock and metal enthusiast, minister (Pastor McMaster from the Church of Disaster) Known for fronting progressive metal pioneers Watchtower, as well as nasty Texas rockers Dangerous Toys, and the kick in the face riff raffers Broken Teeth. We get the entire story from Jason Himself.  A great unique conversation filled with in-depth antidotes and disclosures found only here at Metal Mayhem ROC. R.I.P. BOB NALBANDIAN- Re-Air Of a Oct 2020 MMROC Interview with BOB.  Veteran heavy metal journalist, historian and documentarian Bob Nalbandian passed away on Friday, December 30 in Redding, California. Nalbandian started in the music and entertainment business at age 17 as the publisher/editor in chief of the seminal heavy metal fanzine The Headbanger in April of 1982, a nationally distributed zine which featured the very first profiles of then-unsigned Los Angeles bands METALLICA, SLAYER, MEGADETH and ARMORED SAINT. Throughout the '80s and '90s, Nalbandian was also a contributing editor to several well-known music mags, including Metal Rendezvous, Creem, Music Connection, Hit Parader, BAM, Foundations as well as associate editor for men's magazines Platinum and Men's Perspective. Most recently, Nalbandian directed and co-produced the "Inside Metal" documentary film series (MetalRock Films) and the "Band Vs Brand" documentary film (Cleopatra Entertainment). These feature-length documentary films are available on DVD and all the major movie streaming outlets. The "Inside Metal" movies include "Pioneers Of LA Hard Rock And Metal", "LA Metal Scene Explodes", "The Rise Of LA Thrash Metal" and "Bay Area Godfathers" (each film is two parts). Nalbandian was also the founder and host of two major metal podcasts: "Shockwaves Skullsessions" and "Shockwaves/HardRadio". MMROC Social Media: https://metalmayhemroc.com https://www.facebook.com/groups/metalmayhemroc https://twitter.com/MetalmayhemR Jason McMaster Social links: https://jasonmcmaster.net/ https://jasonmcmaster.net/bands/ https://jasonmcmaster.net/bio/

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Rock is Lit: Robert Duncan, Former Editor of ‘CREEM' Magazine & Author of the Rock Novel ‘Loudmouth', On Lester Bangs, Ron Wood & Keith Richards, Springsteen, & More!

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 100:15


Hello, Lit Listeners. If you dig the crazy, down-and-dirty (and deafening), let-it-all-hang out, have-a-nice-day, far out 1970s, you're in for a treat. Music journalist-cum-rock novelist Robert Duncan is here doing double duty as both author and music guru—because why wouldn't he?—and he dishes on some folks whose records are in your collection. You DON'T want to miss this episode! EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS:The blurred lines between the novel ‘Loudmouth' and Robert's real lifeRobert's wild boy big brother—“the original rock ‘n roll guy”—RustyScratch inspections and Robert's friend with a special talent at summer camp (get ready to laugh)Robert and I playing a drinking game on the episode, and the phrase I coined for itRobert having tea with Lester Bangs at MC5's Rob Tyner's houseGetting drunk at Patti Smith's and Allen Lanier's apartment near Washington Square in NYC with Jim Carroll, author of ‘The Basketball Diaries'How Robert became a music journalist and got the job at ‘CREEM'Lester Bangs—and Philip Seymour Hoffman's portrayal of him in ‘Almost Famous'The time Legs McNeil took the last beer from Robert's NYC apartment fridge and Robert and Lester's subsequent fightThe day Lester diedRobert's interactions with various rock stars, including Ron Wood and Keith Richards, Iggy Pop and David Bowie, KISS, Ozzy Osbourne, The Clash, etc.Partying at Liza Minnelli's apartment in NYC with tons of celebritiesDriving around Cleveland with a young Bruce SpringsteenThe tragic genesis of the novel ‘Loudmouth'Robert Duncan's one and only Jimmy Page encounter MUSIC IN THE EPISODE IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE:[No Copyright Music] Retro ‘70s Funky Jazz-Hop Instrumental (Copyright Free) Music—FunkmanThe Beatles—Live at Shea Stadium, New York (August 23, 1966)—cheering“My Foolish Heart” by Bill Evans“I Am A Scientist” by Guided By Voices“Hound Dog” by Elvis Presley“Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh!” by Allan Sherman“I Touch Myself” by the Divinyls“I Wanna Be Your Dog” by The Stooges‘Metal Machine Music' by Lou Reed“Holy Ghost” by Albert Ayler“Breathe On Me” by The New Barbarians, live 1979 Washington, DC“Detroit Rock City” by KISS“Upside Down” by Diana Ross“The River” by Bruce SpringsteenClip of Jimmy Page talking to Robert Duncan“Tommy's Holiday Camp” by The Who“Rock and Roll Radio” by The Ramones LINKS: Robert Duncan's website, https://www.duncanwrites.com/Robert Duncan on Twitter, @robertduncansfRobert Duncan on Instagram, @rduncansfRobert Duncan on Mastodon, @Rduncan@newsie.social Christy Alexander Hallberg's website: https://www.christyalexanderhallberg.com/Christy Alexander Hallberg on Twitter, @ChristyHallbergChristy Alexander Hallberg on Instagram, @christyhallbergChristy Alexander Hallberg's YouTube channel, https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfSnRmlL5moSQYi6EjSvqag

Snacky Tunes
Van Leeuwen Ice Cream (Laura & Ben) & CREEM (John Martin)

Snacky Tunes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2022 88:04


For the final episode of 2022, Darin sits down with some old buddies from Brooklyn for an end of year check in.  Laura O'Neill, Co- Founder of Van Leeuwen Ice Cream, and Ben Van Leeuwen, CEO and Co-Founder of Van Leeuwen Ice Cream, chat about their early days of the business, their constant creative push for new flavors, and their legendary collabs. Then CEO of CREEM Magazine, John Martin, joins us for a walk down memory lane about Munchies, the rebirth of CREEM, and what a modern day brand can mean.  Thank you to every guest who stopped by this year and we'll see you in 2023!Snacky Tunes: Music is the Main Ingredient, Chefs and Their Music (Phaidon), is now on shelves at bookstores around the world. It features 77 of the world's top chefs who share personal stories of how music has been an important, integral force in their lives. The chefs also give personal recipes and curated playlists too. It's an anthology of memories, meals and mixtapes. Pick up your copy by ordering directly from Phaidon, or by visiting your local independent bookstore. Visit our site, www.snackytunes.com for more info.Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Support Snacky Tunes by becoming a member!Snacky Tunes is Powered by Simplecast.

Arlei Carvalho
ATOS DOS QUE CREEM - Série: Atos do Espírito

Arlei Carvalho

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 41:18


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Launch Left
Creem Magazine | JJ Kramer launches Zachary Lipez

Launch Left

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2022 40:24


JJ Kramer, who is rebooting Creem Magazine, joins LaunchLeft today. JJ shares about the  impact of Creem Magazine and what it means to bring back the iconic magazine his father started in the 70s. He launches Zachary Lipez, the Editor at Large, who discusses his love for writing, music and even going into the office. Listen in on this enthusiastic conversation between music lovers about the history and future of Creem Magazine.  -----------------  LAUNCHLEFT OFFICIAL WEBSITEhttps://www.launchleft.com  LAUNCHLEFT PATREON https://www.patreon.com/LaunchLeft  TWITTER https://twitter.com/LaunchLeft  INSTAGRAM https://www.instagram.com/launchleft/  FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/LaunchLeft  --------------------- LaunchLeft Podcast hosted by Rain Phoenix is an intentional space for Art and Activism where famed creatives launch new artists. LaunchLeft is an alliance of left-of-center artists, a curated ecosystem that includes a podcast, label and NFT gallery. --------------------- IN THIS EPISODE: [02:43] JJ Kramer discusses the void created when Creem 1.0 had its last print run in 1989.  [09:44] How the magazine and the creator, JJ's father, Barry, are inextricably intertwined, and the desire to preserve the legacy.  [14:51] Bringing Zachary Lipez on as Editor at Large.  [17:10] Zachary tells how he began his writing career.  [29:53] The goal of Creem Magazine is to be true to itself and its readers.  KEY TAKEAWAYS:  Creem Magazine is based in Detroit and focuses on all genres of music, making it a magazine for everyone. Creem Magazine tells it like it is. It embraces humor, clarity, opinions, the music culture, criticism, and praise of the musician or band. Detroit was and still is the home of Creem Magazine. It pays homage to its Detroit roots but is a magazine for anyone and everyone who loves music. RESOURCE LINKS Website - Creem Magazine Facebook - Creem Magazine Twitter - Creem Magazine Instagram - Creem Magazine Facebook - JJ Kramer Facebook - Zachary Lipez Linkedin - JJ Kramer Linkedin - Zachary Lipez BIO:  JJ Kramer, Chairman, CREEM Magazine JJ Kramer is the only child of CREEM's late founder, Barry Kramer.  After his father's death in 1981, CREEM was bequeathed to JJ who, at four years old, was named the magazine Chairman. For the better part of his adult life, JJ has been fighting to preserve CREEM's storied legacy (including an actual fist fight). In 2022, JJ comes full circle and resumes his role as Chairman of CREEM Entertainment. In addition, as a practicing intellectual property and entertainment attorney with 20 years of experience, JJ has worked with some of the world's biggest brands, influencers, and recording artists.    Zachary Lipez, Editor at Large, CREEM Magazine Zachary Lipez is a writer and bartender based in NYC. His byline has appeared in The Washington Post, Talkhouse, VICE/Noisey, Bandcamp Daily, Pitchfork, The Fader, and Penthouse. He is the co-author (with Stacy Wakefield and Nick Zinner) of 131 Different Things, Please Take Me Off The Guestlist, Slept In Beds, and No Seats On The Party Car. He sang in the post-punk band Freshkills (about which he wrote the Talkhouse essay, “Playing in a Band No One Likes”). He is currently the singer in two bands, Publicist UK and Telematics, both goth-adjacent.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KrishnaFM
Seguidores da cultura védica chamam de ateístas aqueles que não creem na existência da alma kfm8435

KrishnaFM

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2022 63:37


- https://krishnafm.com.br - Whatsapp 18 99688 7171 Telegram

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

Martin Bandyke Under Covers | Ann Arbor District Library

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2022 11:40


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

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Rock's Backpages: RJ Smith on Chuck Berry + Ice-T + Black L.A. + Wilko Johnson

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 70:04


In this episode we invite esteemed author RJ Smith to tell us about his career, his adopted Los Angeles, and his new biography of Chuck Berry.We start in Detroit, where RJ was raised on a diet of AM radio, the Stooges and Creem magazine, then follow him to New York and his decade of writing for the Village Voice. He talks about the impact of Lester Bangs and Robert Christgau before explaining why he followed the Voice's executive editor Kit Rachlis to California and the L.A. Weekly. We hear how he became fascinated by the pre-rock history of African-American L.A. and how that led to the publication of The Great Black Way (2008). His fourth book, Chuck Berry: An American Life, gives us the opportunity to discuss the problematic brilliance of St. Louis's "Black bard of white teen angst", a half-century after the creepy novelty comedy of 'My Ding-a-Ling' gave the Black-rock pioneer a No. 1 hit on both sides of the Atlantic.We return to our L.A. theme to hear clips from a 1991 audio interview in which Tracy "Ice-T" Marrow talks to Andy Gill about the birth of gangsta rap and his thrash-metal side project Body Count. RJ recalls his own writing about West Coast hip hop before we say a sad goodbye to the great Wilko Johnson and hear the-then Dr. Feelgood guitarist speaking to Mick Gold in 1975.Mark quotes from some of the pieces he's added to the RBP library, including interviews with Long John Baldry and Olivia Newton-John, after which Jasper wraps matters up with remarks on articles about Deadmau5 and Asian Dub Foundation.Many thanks to special guest RJ Smith. Chuck Berry: An American Life is published by Omnibus in the UK and Hachette in the US and is available now from all good bookshops.Pieces discussed: Chuck Berry, Chuck Berrier, Chuck Berriest, Interview with RJ Smith, Charles Brown, N.W.A., Ice-T audio, Dr. Feelgood, Wilko Johnson, Rab Noakes, Long John Baldry, Free, Captain Beefheart, B. Bumble and the Stingers, Simon and Garfunkel, Olivia Newton-John, Deadmau5 and Asian Dub Foundation.

Frets with DJ Fey
Addicted to Noise – Michael Goldberg Returns

Frets with DJ Fey

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 55:13


In the early days of the World Wide Web, former Rolling Stone senior writer and associate editor Michael Goldberg published an online music magazine. Addicted to Noise, or ATN was the first online magazine to include audio samples with new album reviews. The list of bands and artists interviewed include Neil Young, R.E.M., Patti Smith, Sonic Youth, The Ramones, The Sex Pistols, Tom Waits, Lou Reed, Paul Westerberg and Prince. Michael conducted many of the interviews but also enlisted music critics like Dave Marsh, Greil Marcus, Deborah Frost and NPR's rock-and-roll historian Ed Ward, one of the founders of South by Southwest. Some guest columns and reviews were written by musicians themselves. Among the contributors were Joey Ramone, Lenny Kaye, David Was and Sleater-Kinney's Corin Tucker. Michael's best interviews, essays and profiles not only from Addicted to Noise, but also from Esquire, Rolling Stone, DownBeat, Creem, New Musical Express and The San Francisco Chronicle are collected and available in his new book.Music featured in this episode is by The Flamin' Groovies. Michael Goldberg co-founded National Records, which released their album Rock Juice.You can purchase Addicted to Noise: The Music Writings of Michael Goldberg here.Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEFind or Sell Guitars and Gear at Reverb Find great deals on guitars, amps, audio and recording gear. Or sell yours! Check out Reverb.comDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Thanks for listening to Frets with DJ Fey. You can follow or subscribe for FREE at most podcast platforms. If you play guitar and are interested in being a guest, or have a suggestion for one, send me an email at davefey@me.com. You can also find information about guitarists, bands and more at the Frets with DJ Fey Facebook page. Give it a like! And – stay tuned…

Rock's Backpages
E141: RJ Smith on Chuck Berry + Ice-T + Black L.A. + Wilko Johnson

Rock's Backpages

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 70:04


In this episode we invite esteemed author RJ Smith to tell us about his career, his adopted Los Angeles, and his new biography of Chuck Berry.We start in Detroit, where RJ was raised on a diet of AM radio, the Stooges and Creem magazine, then follow him to New York and his decade of writing for the Village Voice. He talks about the impact of Lester Bangs and Robert Christgau before explaining why he followed the Voice's executive editor Kit Rachlis to California and the L.A. Weekly. We hear how he became fascinated by the pre-rock history of African-American L.A. and how that led to the publication of The Great Black Way (2008). His fourth book, Chuck Berry: An American Life, gives us the opportunity to discuss the problematic brilliance of St. Louis's "Black bard of white teen angst", a half-century after the creepy novelty comedy of 'My Ding-a-Ling' gave the Black-rock pioneer a No. 1 hit on both sides of the Atlantic.We return to our L.A. theme to hear clips from a 1991 audio interview in which Tracy "Ice-T" Marrow talks to Andy Gill about the birth of gangsta rap and his thrash-metal side project Body Count. RJ recalls his own writing about West Coast hip hop before we say a sad goodbye to the great Wilko Johnson and hear the-then Dr. Feelgood guitarist speaking to Mick Gold in 1975.Mark quotes from some of the pieces he's added to the RBP library, including interviews with Long John Baldry and Olivia Newton-John, after which Jasper wraps matters up with remarks on articles about Deadmau5 and Asian Dub Foundation.Many thanks to special guest RJ Smith. Chuck Berry: An American Life is published by Omnibus in the UK and Hachette in the US and is available now from all good bookshops.Pieces discussed: Chuck Berry, Chuck Berrier, Chuck Berriest, Interview with RJ Smith, Charles Brown, N.W.A., Ice-T audio, Dr. Feelgood, Wilko Johnson, Rab Noakes, Long John Baldry, Free, Captain Beefheart, B. Bumble and the Stingers, Simon and Garfunkel, Olivia Newton-John, Deadmau5 and Asian Dub Foundation.

What The Parent?
Reviving Rock and Roll and Creem Magazine with JJ Kramer

What The Parent?

Play Episode Play 50 sec Highlight Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 62:01


JJ Kramer, the only child of CREEM Magazine's late founder, Barry Kramer, inherited CREEM at age four when his father died.  CREEM, published from 1969 through 1989  in Detroit, was an early champion of various heavy metal, punk rock, new wave, and alternative bands, and left an indelible mark on the music industry. JJ has made it his life's mission to revive CREEM and successfully did so in 2022. We talk to him about legacy, and what he's teaching his own kids about rock and roll!The winter issue of CREEM will be released December 15. Get 25% off your subscription today and up to 50% off apparel for a special Black Friday sale. https://www.creem.com/Also, check out the CREEM documentary on Amazon Prime:https://www.creem.com/documentarySupport the show

Only Three Lads - Classic Alternative Music Podcast
E135 -Top 5 '70s American Punk Albums (with Author/Music Journalist Michael Goldberg)

Only Three Lads - Classic Alternative Music Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 87:05


This week, O3L is comin' at you L.A.M.F.!  (Oh, that's Los Angeles Milk Family, of course...) We're talking American punk rock in the '70s.  Our Third Lad this week is not only someone who experienced the music firsthand, but was one of the writers who championed and chronicled many of the greatest names in not only punk rock, but music in general.   Michael Goldberg joined us for Episode 114 following his riveting book on the life of Jimmy Wilsey, Wicked Game, and returns to O3L to celebrate his latest release, Addicted to Noise: The Music Writings of Michael Goldberg, out now on Backbeat Books. Addicted To Noise collects the best interviews, profiles and essays Goldberg has written during his 40-plus years as a journalist. From combative interviews with Frank Zappa and Tom Waits to essays on how Jack Kerouac influenced Bob Dylan and the lasting importance of San Francisco's first punk rock club, Goldberg, as novelist Dana Spiotta wrote, “shows us how consequential music can be.” Contained within these pages: interviews with Sleater-Kinney, Sonic Youth, Patti Smith, Lou Reed, Flipper, John Fogerty, Neil Young and Rick James, and profiles of Robbie Robertson, John Lee Hooker, James Brown, the Clash, Prince, Michael Jackson, the Flamin' Groovies, Ramblin' Jack Elliott, X, Laurie Anderson, Brian Wilson, the Ramones, George Clinton, the Sex Pistols, Richard Thomson, Gil Scott-Heron, Stevie Wonder, George Clinton, Devo, San Francisco punks Crime and more. Plus short takes on Muddy Waters, Townes Van Zandt, Captain Beefheart, Professor Longhair and others. Also 50+ full page photos of some of the artists. As Greil Marcus writes in the Foreword, “You can feel the atmosphere: someone has walked into a room with a pencil in his hand—as the words go in perhaps the first song about a music critic, not counting Chuck Berry's aside about the writers at the rhythm reviews—and suddenly people are relaxed. … He isn't after your secrets. He doesn't want to ruin your career to make his. He doesn't care what you think you need to hide. He actually is interested in why and how you make your music and what you think of it. So people open up, very quickly, and, very quickly, as a reader, you're not reading something you've read before.” The stories originally appeared in Rolling Stone, Downbeat, Esquire, New Musical Express, California magazine, Addicted To Noise, San Francisco Chronicle, Vibe, Creem, New York Rocker, and more.

Monocle 24: The Stack
‘Condé Nast Traveler', ‘Creem' and ‘Process'

Monocle 24: The Stack

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 30:00


We discuss the future of travel with Jesse Ashlock from ‘Condé Nast Traveler'. Plus: the return of iconic rock'n'roll title ‘Creem' and a Malaysian title celebrating creativity, ‘Process'.

The Elsa Kurt Show
Comics Master Mike Baron

The Elsa Kurt Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 31:57


#ifounditonamazon https://a.co/ekT4dNOTRY AUDIBLE PLUS: https://amzn.to/3vb6Rw3Elsa's Books: https://www.amazon.com/~/e/B01E1VFRFQElsa At the Connecticut Book Fest: Connecticut Book Festival | FacebookBook Recommendations from the show:MIKE BARON Path To Authorship Audio Course: https://avid.fm/authorshipwithelsa/ta...Mike Baron is the creator of Nexus (with artist Steve Rude) and Badger two of the longest lasting independent superhero comics. Nexus is about a cosmic avenger 500 years in the future. Badger, about a multiple personality one of whom is a costumed crime fighter. Baron has won two Eisners and an Inkpot award and written The Punisher, Flash, Deadman and Star Wars among many other titles.Baron has published fifteen novels: Helmet Head, Banshees, Whack Job, eight in the Biker series, Skorpio, Florida Man, and Florida Man 2: Hogzilla. Florida Man 3: Catfish Calling. Helmet Head is about Nazi biker zombies. Whack Job is about spontaneous human combustion. Biker is hard-boiled noir about a reformed motorcycle hoodlum turned private investigator. Skorpio is about a ghost who only appears under a blazing sun. Banshees is about a satanic rock band that returns from the dead.Baron is working on three novels: Far Horizon, a military science fiction novel with co-writer Major Diggs Brown, the second Nexus novel, and the ninth Josh Pratt novel, Kahn, about a renegade Siberian tiger.Baron has written for The Boston Phoenix, Boston Globe, Creem, Fusion, Oui, and Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine. He got his first motorcycle in 1966. He lives in Colorado with his wife Ann and three dogs.Support the show

Yale Brothers Podcast
Episode 69 - "Provincial Blowback"

Yale Brothers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 23:41


In this episode, the twins try their hands again at remote recording. Roger is excited that the iconic rock magazine, CREEM, is back again. Family, books, Elton and life lately - plus another gem from the archive. SHOW NOTES: 0:00 - "Early Train" by Chris Yale - Performed at The Central (now The Viper Room), Los Angeles 1989 4:06 - Greetings / About the song / Recording this podcast remotely 4:58 - CREEM Magazine is back / "Boy Howdy" / R. Crumb / Barry Kramer / J.J. Kramer / No Depression Magazine 6:39 - Lester Bangs / Greil Marcus / Dave Marsh 7:36 - "Have a Little Faith: The John Hiatt Story" by Michael Elliot / John Hiatt music and catalog / Roger "playing ahead" 9:51 - CREEM cover - new first issue 10:23 - Roger's writing / Drumming up work and blogging 10:46 - Chris meets his granddaugher, Naomi / Rog hanging with Katie, Bill, Miles and Naomi 11:28 - Elton John in Charlotte / Elton at Barclay's Center 2019 12:54 - "Main Street" by Sinclair Lewis / "Babbitt" / Provincial blowback 14:55 - Elbert Hubbard's Scrap Book / The Note Book of Elbert Hubbard / Grove Park Inn, Asheville 15:47 - Roger's upcoming vacation / Maggie Valley and more 16:40 - 2023 shows at LuLu's North Myrtle Beach / Roger solo gigs 17:46 - Kent Kimes / Weekly Surge 18:49 - "Dead Elvis" by Greil Marcus / Books we forgot / "The Crack in the Cosmic Egg" / "Conceptual Blockbusting" / "Economics Explained" / Michael Benner / KLOS 19:45 - Pascal badgering Joe Benson at KLOS / Acid / Ancient Age 20:45 - Parting shots / Chris' mother-in-law's birthday / More CREEM

Pop Life
Pop Life: The Return of CREEM(And Maybe Rock'n' Roll)

Pop Life

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 41:08


Kendall Phillips chats with John Martin and Jaan Uhelszki from the Rock 'n' Roll magazine CREEM.

The Rock and Roll Geek Show
Creem Magazine with Jaan Uhelszki and Dan Morrissey – Rock and Roll Geek Show 1172

The Rock and Roll Geek Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022 68:50


On this episode I talk to Jaan Uhelszki and Dan Morrissey from Creem Magazine. Creem is back in print again. Music by: Liar Thief Bandit Lorne Behrman SUBSCRIBE TO CREEM Listen to all of these bands on Amazon Music and I get a kickback. Donate to the show – Rock and Roll Geek Friends And […]

The Writer's Tribe Talk Show
Comics Master Mike Baron

The Writer's Tribe Talk Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 31:24


#ifounditonamazon https://a.co/ekT4dNO TRY AUDIBLE PLUS: https://amzn.to/3vb6Rw3 Elsa's Books: https://www.amazon.com/~/e/B01E1VFRFQ Elsa At the Connecticut Book Fest: Connecticut Book Festival | FacebookBook Recommendations from the show: MIKE BARON Path To Authorship Audio Course: https://avid.fm/authorshipwithelsa/take-the-first-steps-on-your-path-to-authorshipMike Baron is the creator of Nexus (with artist Steve Rude) and Badger two of the longest lasting independent superhero comics. Nexus is about a cosmic avenger 500 years in the future. Badger, about a multiple personality one of whom is a costumed crime fighter. Baron has won two Eisners and an Inkpot award and written The Punisher, Flash, Deadman and Star Wars among many other titles.Baron has published fifteen novels: Helmet Head, Banshees, Whack Job, eight in the Biker series, Skorpio, Florida Man, and Florida Man 2: Hogzilla. Florida Man 3: Catfish Calling. Helmet Head is about Nazi biker zombies. Whack Job is about spontaneous human combustion. Biker is hard-boiled noir about a reformed motorcycle hoodlum turned private investigator. Skorpio is about a ghost who only appears under a blazing sun. Banshees is about a satanic rock band that returns from the dead.Baron is working on three novels: Far Horizon, a military science fiction novel with co-writer Major Diggs Brown, the second Nexus novel, and the ninth Josh Pratt novel, Kahn, about a renegade Siberian tiger.Baron has written for The Boston Phoenix, Boston Globe, Creem, Fusion, Oui, and Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine. He got his first motorcycle in 1966. He lives in Colorado with his wife Ann and three dogs.Support the show

Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton
Can Ron DeSantis Incept Trump's Cult of Personality?

Inside the Hive with Nick Bilton

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 38:59


As the Florida governor shows his bully stripes, Inside the Hive asks what his 2024 chances could be. Plus, ‘Creem' rides again   Inside the Ron DeSantis Plan to Overthrow Trump and Trumpism This week Vanity Fair published Gabe Sherman's profile of Florida Governor and would-be Trump slayer Ron DeSantis [https://www.vanityfair.com/news/2022/09/ron-desantis-the-making-and-remaking-of-a-maga-heir]. On Inside the Hive, Joe Hagan and Emily Jane Fox discuss whether DeSantis's aggressive push for national prominence—coming as Trump's legal peril mounts and a slew of new Trump books hits stores this fall—signal the last throes of the Ex-POTUS' political potency. The answer, if DeSantis has anything to do with it, is clearly yes. But as DeSantis' polling takes a hit following his controversial immigration stunt, the next question becomes: Can a charmless bully survive the spotlight?    Plus: A conversation with J.J. Kramer, who has revived his father's storied rock magazine Creem decades after it stopped publishing. The irreverent 1970s magazine still bills itself as “America's Only Rock 'n Roll Magazine,” but does rock and roll still matter? And what does it mean in 2022? Kramer, who inherited the magazine when he was four years old, has an idea—and big dreams.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Palavra Amiga do Bispo Macedo
Paz para todos os que creem - Meditação Matinal 24/09/22

Palavra Amiga do Bispo Macedo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 14:57


"Apega-te, pois, a Ele, e tem paz, e assim te sobrevirá o bem. Aceita, peço-te, a Lei da Sua Boca, e põe as Suas Palavras no teu coração. "Jó 22:21-22

Drum Channel Podcast
S2 E24 - Billy's Bubble featuring Creem Magazine's JJ Kramer & John Martin

Drum Channel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 25:16


Hi everyone! Welcome back to “Billy's Bubble” here on Drum Channel. My bubble show is a bit different from my regular weekly podcasts, but the lesson and message is always the same; learning words of wisdom with knowledgeable, successful guests. This episode is a business theme with my guests Chairman (and son of Creem magazine's co-founder Barry Kramer), JJ Kramer along with CEO/Publisher John Martin. Anyone from my generation may recognize the magazine or be reminded; I grew up reading it as a young teenager. It was around for twenty years and then disappeared for over twenty more. Now, it's back in both monthly digital and four issues a year of print.  Creem magazine was a ground-breaking music magazine back in the day and I'm happy to say, they're picking up right where they left off. Let's listen. Enjoy!

SoundStage! Audiophile Podcast
The Ka-CHUNK Sound - ”Creem” Magazine | 8-Track Tapes | ”AudioXpress” on Room Acoustics | MidJourney

SoundStage! Audiophile Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 53:01


In this week's first segment (3:33 to 14:28), hosts Brent Butterworth and Dennis Burger start by celebrating the return of Creem magazine and discussing a new article about the resurrection of 8-track tapes thanks to Sacred Bones Records. Next up (15:26 to 37:09) they dig into the August issue of AudioXpress, which is dedicated to acoustics and acoustical treatments. Unsurprisingly, Brent and Dennis have opinions about how the high-end audio industry covers room acoustics, including the fact that the most thorough and conclusive research on this subject has largely been ignored. And for something completely different (38:06 to 51:00), they discuss a recent SoundStage! Access article by Dennis about Midjourney, a text-to-image neural network that might give some insights into public perception of the audiophile hobby.  Sources: “Sacred Bones Resurrects the Objectively Greatest Audio Format: The 8-Track” by Grace Scott: https://www.creem.com/fresh-creem/sacred-bones-records-sacred-8-track-townes-van-zandt “8-track player shootout” by Brent Butterworth: http://nebula.wsimg.com/70d6cc9f190ef501628c12bc8abc0c89?AccessKeyId=DF4B3AC4447AE4612BF0&disposition=0&alloworigin=1 [PDF] “Acoustics and Great Audio Electronics in audioXpress August 2022”: https://audioxpress.com/news/acoustics-and-great-audio-electronics-in-audioxpress-august-2022 "Sound Reproduction: The Acoustics and Psychoacoustics of Loudspeakers and Rooms (Audio Engineering Society Presents) 3rd Edition" by Floyd E. Toole: https://amzn.to/3D029FY “What Do Our Future A.I. Overlords Think About Hi-Fi?” by Dennis Burger: https://www.soundstageaccess.com/index.php/feature-articles/1212-what-do-our-future-a-i-overlords-think-about-hi-fi "I Went Viral in the Bad Way: A few lessons from my mistake" by Charlie Warzel: https://newsletters.theatlantic.com/galaxy-brain/62fc502abcbd490021afea1e/twitter-viral-outrage-ai-art/

Palavra Amiga do Bispo Macedo
Corpo e Alma do Senhor pelo corpo e alma dos que creem - Meditação Matinal 16/09/22

Palavra Amiga do Bispo Macedo

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 14:52


"E, tendo dado graças, o partiu e disse: Tomai, comei; isto é o Meu Corpo que é partido por vós; fazei isto em memória de Mim. Semelhantemente também, depois de cear, tomou o cálice, dizendo: Este cálice é o Novo Testamento no Meu Sangue; fazei isto, todas as vezes que beberdes, em memória de Mim. Porque todas as vezes que comerdes este pão e beberdes este cálice anunciais a morte do Senhor, até que venha." ICoríntios 11:24-26

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Rock's Backpages: Wayne Robins on Steely Dan + Donald Fagen + Denny Dias

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 82:22


In this episode we invite former Creem editor and Newsday critic Wayne Robins to reminisce about his journalistic journey from the Berkeley Barb to NYU's graduate school of journalism — and to hold forth on his (and our) beloved Steely Dan.Wayne recalls the suburban East Coast childhood he had in common with the Dan's Donald Fagen— and the music that set them both free from it. Jumping forward to 1969, he describes the Rolling Stones show he saw in Oakland a month before Altamont. He also paints a vivid and amusing picture of Bard College, the upstate New York institution he attended at the same time as Fagen and Dan co-founder Walter Becker. Clips from RBP audio interviews with the duo and original Dan member Denny Dias accompany an in-depth discussion of every rock egghead's favourite group, not to mention Fagen's 40-year-old solo album The Nightfly.The episode concludes with a swift survey of recent additions to the RBP library, including  pieces about Juliette Gréco (1961), James Booker (1976), Mark E. Smith (1990), Limp Bizkit(2000), Soul Train's Don Cornelius (2012), Rolling Stone's Jann Wenner (2017)… and the "atomic" Count Basie (2020).Many thanks to special guest Wayne Robins. Sign up for his newsletter Critical Conditions at waynerobins49.substack.com.Pieces discussed: Rolling Stones, Steely Dan, Steely Dan II, Donald Fagen audio, Denny Dias audio, Donald Fagen, Steely Dan III, Juliette Gréco, The Beach Boys, David Bowie, Culture Club, James Booker, Tom Petty, The Sixties, The Fall, Jann Wenner, Among the Mooks, Don Cornelius and Count Basie. 

Radioactive Metal
Episode 714: Momentous - interview with The Manitoba Loud Music Awards

Radioactive Metal

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 138:33


As musical connoisseurs, the live front is where we're most at home. Live shows or concerts have some traditional moments that get us pumped and raise the hair on our necks. Right before we wreck them. There's a reason the audience erupts once the lights go down, for example. So we go a list of moments that make the concert experience so momentous. As well, we learn that we are nominated for "Ambassador Of The Year" in the Manitoba Loud Music Awards. So we felt it was appropriate to give a few moments to MLMA committee member Denny Ferguson to give us all the whys and wherefore behind these awards. In our "News, Views, and Tunes", we're stoked for the return of CREEM magazine and have a bit of 80s sitcom talk. Musically, we crank some new and used from Revocation, Besieged, Overdrive (Swe), Conflict (UK), Bewitched, Solanum and Slugcrust. Horns Up and Stay Healthy! This Episode is sponsored by Trve Kvlt Coffee. Summon the coffee demons to possess yourself a cup today! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram  

Rock's Backpages
E134: Wayne Robins on Steely Dan + Donald Fagen + Denny Dias

Rock's Backpages

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 82:22 Very Popular


In this episode we invite former Creem editor and Newsday critic Wayne Robins to reminisce about his journalistic journey from the Berkeley Barb to NYU's graduate school of journalism — and to hold forth on his (and our) beloved Steely Dan.Wayne recalls the suburban East Coast childhood he had in common with the Dan's Donald Fagen — and the music that set them both free from it. Jumping forward to 1969, he describes the Rolling Stones show he saw in Oakland a month before Altamont. He also paints a vivid and amusing picture of Bard College, the upstate New York institution he attended at the same time as Fagen and Dan co-founder Walter Becker. Clips from RBP audio interviews with the duo and original Dan member Denny Dias accompany an in-depth discussion of every rock egghead's favourite group, not to mention Fagen's 40-year-old solo album The Nightfly.The episode concludes with a swift survey of recent additions to the RBP library, including  pieces about Juliette Gréco (1961), James Booker (1976), Mark E. Smith (1990), Limp Bizkit (2000), Soul Train's Don Cornelius (2012), Rolling Stone's Jann Wenner (2017)… and the "atomic" Count Basie (2020).Many thanks to special guest Wayne Robins. Sign up for his newsletter Critical Conditions at waynerobins49.substack.com.Pieces discussed: Rolling Stones, Steely Dan, Steely Dan II, Donald Fagen audio, Denny Dias audio, Donald Fagen, Steely Dan III, Juliette Gréco, The Beach Boys, David Bowie, Culture Club, James Booker, Tom Petty, The Sixties, The Fall, Jann Wenner, Among the Mooks, Don Cornelius and Count Basie. 

PNR: This Old Marketing | Content Marketing with Joe Pulizzi and Robert Rose
Zuck's Metaverse Is Embarrassing (337)

PNR: This Old Marketing | Content Marketing with Joe Pulizzi and Robert Rose

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 75:53 Very Popular


Big news as Mailchimp deactivates a number of crypto-based newsletters. We cover what's behind the move and what you need to do about it. Morning Brew is yet another in line to launch a creator program. What are they doing differently? A new group-based social network is launched (Niche). But how long will it last? And Meta (Facebook) launches their metaverse program in France and Spain. And yes, it is the most ridiculous thing you will see today. Rants and raves include creator burnout and Creem magazine. This week's sponsor is Zapier. Start your free account today at Zapier.com/TOM. This week's links: Mailchimp Deactivates Morning Brew Creator Program Meet Niche Zuckerberg's Metaverse Creator Needs a Break Creem Magazine Returns TV or Social Media More Polarizing? --------- Liked this show? SUBSCRIBE to this podcast on Spotify, Apple, Google and more. Catch past episodes and show notes at ThisOldMarketing.site. Send us your Rally.io ID at ThisOldMarketing.site and get $20 in $TILT and $IDEA coin for a podcast review. Subscribe at TheTilt.com and get the best content creator newsletter 2x per week.

Is It Rolling, Bob? Talking Dylan
Lenny Kaye

Is It Rolling, Bob? Talking Dylan

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 51:53 Very Popular


Patti Smith Group guitarist and author Lenny Kaye reminds us that “Bob Dylan is still experimenting, seeing who he might be, putting on the weirdest shows ever, upending barriers”. Almost in one breath, Lenny gives forth on working with or listening to Suzanne Vega, John Coltrane, Gayle, The Stooges, Brian Eno, The Byrds, Bing Crosby and Janis Joplin (“I wanted her to be my girlfriend”). His colleague Patti Smith fought for “the freedom to have a field of noise, beyond language. But also: a hit single.” Elvis “is an extraterrestrial: a mutation”. And after two tours supporting Dylan, he confirms that “Bob is private backstage. You're instructed not to look at him. But that was OK. I don't want to meet my idols”. A wise man. And a perfect podcast guest.Lenny Kaye has been the guitarist for The Patti Smith Group since the band's inception in 1974. He produced Patti's first single and worked on the band's hugely influential 70s albums: Horses, Easter, Radio Ethiopia and Wave. Lenny has also produced and/or played with dozens of artists such as R.E.M., James, Soul Asylum, Kristen Hersh and Allen Ginsberg. His seminal anthology of 60s garage rock, Nuggets, defined the genre. His first book was Waylon, The Life Story of Waylon Jennings. You Call It Madness: The Sensuous Song of the Croon was published in 2004. His current book is Lightning Striking: Ten Transformative Moments in Rock and Roll. Lenny also wrote the liner notes to the accompanying double CD (he has been nominated three times for Grammy awards in the liner notes category). As a freelancer, he has written for a wide range of periodicals, including Melody Maker, Creem and Rolling Stone.InstagramTrailerEpisode playlist on AppleEpisode playlist on SpotifyDark Eyes (duet between Dylan and Patti Smith)Listeners: please subscribe and/or leave a review and a rating.Twitter @isitrollingpodRecorded 28th June 2022This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts

Sup Doc: A Documentary Podcast
188 - LIKE A ROLLING STONE: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF BEN FONG TORRES w Daniel Gill

Sup Doc: A Documentary Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 61:23


We're covering Like a Rolling Stone: the Life and Times of Ben Fong-Torres. Released in 2021, Suzanne Joe Kai's debut feature doc is now available on Netflix. Fong-Torres was the editor at the beginning of Rolling Stone magazine when it was based in San Francisco, and he has a fascinating background at the forefront of ‘60s and ‘70s cultural upheaval. The doc features this godfather of music journalism interacting with Annie Liebovitz, Elton John, Jann Wenner, and many more. Our guest is repeat third chair Daniel Gill, who runs Forcefield PR and NITA Records.We also talk about Danny Fields, Creem, George's writing, Paco's music, boomers, and The Bear.Follow Daniel:Instagram: @NITARecordsFollow Sup Doc on:Twitter: @supdocpodcastInstagram: @supdocpodcastFacebook: @supdocpodcastsign up for our mailing listAnd you can show your support to Sup Doc by donating on Patreon.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Booked On Rock with Eric Senich
Episode 73 | Robert Duncan ["Loudmouth: A Novel"]

Booked On Rock with Eric Senich

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 110:01


Thomas Ransom, born to a severely dysfunctional southern family transplanted to New York City, is left to his own devices by neglectful parents, and spends his childhood shadowing his criminally-inclined half-brother and roaming the city with hard-drinking teenage pals. He eventually finds an outlet as the flamboyant singer of a downtown rock band, and later as the young editor of the Detroit-based magazine that invented punk, only to return to New York, at the height of the 1970s bacchanal, and crash. But it isn't music that saves him. It's a soft-spoken painter, who turns out to be the most outrageous character of all. With echoes of Almost Famous and Just Kids, “Loudmouth” tracks an impassioned musician and writer out among the punks, hippies, and wild geniuses of rock when music was the center of the world.Author Robert Duncan was barely out of his teens when he started writing for the influential music magazine Creem, becoming its managing editor at 22. He went on to write for Rolling Stone, Circus, Life, and dozens of other publications, interviewing hundreds of rock stars at the top of their game. In the process, Duncan became a rock Zelig: he shares tales of his time with a young, scrawny Bruce Springsteen while driving him around Detroit; he introduces The Clash‘s Mick Jones and Joe Strummer to a broken-down piano player of dubious ability, leading to a hilariously disastrous recording session with the band; he works alongside legendary rock critic Lester Bangs, witnesses his tragic spiral, and finally discovers him dead of an OD in the apartment next door. Robert is also the author of the first ever biography on KISS – 1978's “KISS”.Robert joins us from his home near San Francisco to talk about all of those experiences which provided the fuel for his debut novel “Loudmouth”! Purchase a copy of "Loudmouth: A Novel" and to find out more about author Robert Duncan, visit his website: www.duncanwrites.comThe Booked On Rock Website: www.bookedonrock.comFollow The Booked On Rock with Eric Senich:FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/bookedonrockpodcastTWITTER: https://twitter.com/bookedonrockINSTAGRAM: www.instagram.com/bookedonrockpodcast/?hl=enSupport Your Local Bookstore! Find your nearest independent bookstore here: www.indiebound.org/indie-store-finderContact The Booked On Rock Podcast:thebookedonrockpodcast@gmail.comThe Booked On Rock Music: “Whoosh” & “Nasty” by Crowander (www.crowander.com)

WASTOIDS
WASTOIDS With Jaan Uhelszki of CREEM Magazine

WASTOIDS

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2022 42:36


Hey, welcome to WASTOIDS With  Jaan Uhelszki of the legendary CREEM Magazine. Founded in Detroit in 1969, CREEM covered rock & roll irreverently and with a wickedly funny style. It closed up shop in 1989, but 30 years later, a new documentary film, 2019's CREEM: America's Only Rock 'n' Roll Magazine, helped to reignite interest in the publication, and now, CREEM has returned in full force over at CREEM.com. Not only is the site home to a remarkable archive—featuring stories by Lester Bangs, Cameron Crowe, Patti Smith, Greil Marcus, Lisa Robinson, Susan Whitall, Dave Marsh, Robert Christgau, our guest Jaan, and so many others—it's also home to brand new features, interviews, articles, and music recommendations. We launched WASTOIDS last year for a lot of reasons, but one of the main ones is that it feels increasingly like music fans are looking for original and fun places to discover new music. CREEM was one of our primary inspirations. Uhelszki joins us for stories about the pot-fueled “cult of CREEM,” her role in its return, seeing Big Star live, and that time she got up on stage with KISS in full regalia. Thanks for listening. Call 1-877-WASTOIDS. 

Rock Writ
Howie Klein (Reprise Records, Sire Records, Creem, New York Rocker, NME)

Rock Writ

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 44:18


Former music exec and lifer Howie Klein shares stories from his enchanted life! Sandy Pearlman, Richard Meltzer, doing time with the Fugs, partying with Hendrix, pissing off Tom Verlaine, and more.

Bucket List Careers
Stacey Creem's Path to Painting After Leaving the Law

Bucket List Careers

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 17:53


Stacey Creem was a successful New York attorney of 20 plus years when, approaching 50 and the reality of becoming an "empty nester," she was compelled to follow her lifelong passion for painting. At first, she reduced her hours in law, allowing herself Fridays to paint, but she soon realized she wanted to do this full-time. In 2020, Stacey earned her Certificate of Fine Arts from the New York Academy of Art in addition to her J.D. from New York University School of Law, and her B.A. from Tufts University. In her portraits, landscapes and still lifes, she explores the relationship between subject, color, brushstroke and composition to create fresh and contemporary perspectives that capture her unique worldview and joy of painting.  Her paintings, which often depict everyday objects and people, elevate the quotidian to images that convey emotions unique to each viewer that engages with them. Stacey's recent solo exhibition at the Oresman Gallery in Larchmont, New York, entitled The Victory Farmers, highlighted a local growing project benefitting a local food pantry. The exhibit included original paintings and photographs depicting people in their home gardens and the produce they grew. Her work has been shown in galleries and museums in New York.

Frets with DJ Fey
Steve Scariano

Frets with DJ Fey

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 48:46


Steve Scariano was in high school when magazines like Circus, Creem, Phonograph and Rolling Stone were not only publishing articles on guitar gods and rock 'n roll frontmen, but offering record reviews of bands one might not hear on most FM stations of that era. Steve loved reading about and discovering new music, and before long, he was playing bass for bands in and around St. Louis and Champaign. Record albums are still very much a part of his life. He's surrounded by thousands of them in his office, tucked away in the lower level of Euclid Records. And those who know his story, know that Steve Scariano…has led a rock 'n roll life.This episode is fueled by Stringbean Coffee.Find or Sell Guitars and Gear at Reverb Find great deals on guitars, amps, audio and recording gear. Or sell yours! Check out Reverb.comBuzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.

Behind the SchƎmƎs
S01E102: The Elvis of Bondage

Behind the SchƎmƎs

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 168:08


Goat Local 88 Pharma Party Overstand It? Gloryville The "If They Tried To Black Bag Me" Special, all because of my First Porn Boost. You're glowing, she's glowing, we all glow down here. Speaking of down, everything's down! Not a joke! We're being sincere! You have to Creem to believe it! Also, the A.I. is very...very aware of it all. That is very spooky. No, yellow. ZOSO'S CORNER (Show Notes) If you like what you heard here, check out our revue show! ms. informed NAtion Follow us on Social Sesame at FeedBag (Facebook), Insta-Groan (Instagram) and The Twits (Twitter)! @behindthesch3m3s https://www.behindthesch3m3s.com/

MEDIA INDIGENA : Weekly Indigenous current affairs program
A Saskatchewan university trades one extreme for the other over Indigenous identity (ep 292)

MEDIA INDIGENA : Weekly Indigenous current affairs program

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 27:01


Our tenth 'MINI' INDIGENA of the season runs the gamut as usual, with MEDIA INDIGENA regulars Ken Williams (assistant professor with the University of Alberta's department of drama) and Kim TallBear (U of A professor in the Faculty of Native Studies) joining host/producer Rick Harp Saturday, June 11 via the Callin app to discuss... • Riffing off “an African sense of western gender discourses” (as detailed in the book The Invention of Women by Oyeronke Oyewumi), Kim wants to know what Rick and Ken's dating dealbreakers are; • Ken delves into the story of Cree/Métis scholar Réal Carrière, who told CBC he was rejected for a job by higher-ups at the University of Saskatchewan—despite the wishes of a mostly Indigenous hiring committee—due to a lack of documentation; • Boardgaming nerd Rick shares news sent his way about Ezhishin, the “first-ever conference on Native North American typography” set for this November; • monthly Patreon podcast supporter Mark asks us to discuss Bill 96, the new Quebec language law which will effectively require English-schooled students “of Kanien'kehá:ka, Cree, Inuit and Algonquin ancestry … to master two colonial languages to attain a college degree”  

The Colin McEnroe Show
The Nose looks at ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once,' rainbow capitalism, and more

The Colin McEnroe Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 43:00


This week’s Nose is one bubble floating in the cosmic foam of existence. Everything Everywhere All at Once is the second feature film written and directed by Daniels (the filmmaking duo Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert). New York Times film critic A.O. Scott called it a “swirl of genre anarchy.” It has recently become indie auteur studio A24’s highest-grossing release to date. Here’s their synopsis: “Everything Everywhere All at Once is a hilarious and big-hearted sci-fi action adventure about an exhausted Chinese American woman who can’t seem to finish her taxes.” And: It’s Pride Month. Which means, among other things, that corporations and other institutions will hamfistedly shoehorn rainbows and other tokens of “inclusion” into their logos and advertising, a phenomenon known as “rainbow capitalism.” Some other stuff that happened this week, give or take: Kate Bush, “Running Up That Hill,” and the End of Music Charts As We Knew Them Thanks to ‘Stranger Things,’ one of art pop’s most reclusive figures has almost inadvertently found herself with a top-10 charting hit. Is it a fluke or a sign of the times? Popeye is getting a makeover at age 93 Paramount Pictures faces copyright lawsuit over ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ ‘Die Hard’ On a Pedestal: Why John McTiernan’s Action Classic Is Such an Ode to Joy ‘Creem’ Once Made Journalism a ‘Contact Sport.’ Three Decades Later, the Rock Mag Is Back The legendary rag returns, unveiling a free online archive and brand new content David Cronenberg’s Dreams and Nightmares “People will say, ‘Oh, he’s back to body horror,’ ” the director of the new film “Crimes of the Future” says. “But it’s never changed for me.” ‘Dear Evan Hansen’ to End Broadway Run ‘White Noise’: Details Surface About Noah Baumbach’s Catastrophic 9-Month, $140 Million Shoot The Transformations of Pinocchio How Carlo Collodi’s puppet took on a life of his own. We Don’t Know Neptune at All You know, the planet? Matthew McConaughey Gives Emotional White House Speech, Accused of ‘Grandstanding’ by Newsmax Reporter His wife Camila Alves held the green Converse sneakers that were the only way to identify a 10-year-old victim. Madonna Biopic Will (Probably) Star Julia Garner The Short-Lived Reign of MTV’s Best Kiss Award In a time before gratuitous red-carpet makeouts, one category at the MTV Movie Awards became ground zero for celebrity spontaneity and PDA What’s Up With Lil Nas X and BET? Disney fires Peter Rice, its top TV content executive. Some in the entertainment business had seen him as a possible candidate to succeed Bob Chapek as Disney’s chief executive. GUESTS: Rebecca Castellani: Co-founder of Quiet Corner Communications and a freelance writer James Hanley: Co-founder of Cinestudio at Trinity College Mercy Quaye: Founder and principal consultant for The Narrative Project The Colin McEnroe Show is available as a podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you get your podcasts. Subscribe and never miss an episode! Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter. Colin McEnroe and Catie Talarski contributed to this show. Our programming is made possible thanks to listeners like you. Please consider supporting this show and Connecticut Public with a donation today by visiting ctpublic.org/donate.Support the show: http://www.wnpr.org/donateSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Palavra Amiga do Bispo Macedo
As Escrituras Sagradas são a herança de Deus para os que creem - Meditação Matinal 10/06/22

Palavra Amiga do Bispo Macedo

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 8:15


PARA QUE SE CUMPRISSE o que fora dito pelo profeta Isaías, que diz: Ele tomou sobre si as nossas enfermidades, e levou as nossas doenças. Mateus 8:17

Only Three Lads - Classic Alternative Music Podcast
E114 - Gone But Not Forgotten (with Author/Music Journalist Michael Goldberg)

Only Three Lads - Classic Alternative Music Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 100:54


"Reverent" isn't exactly a word that you usually associate with Only Three lads. But that's the best word to describe this week's episode, as we pay tribute to some of the dearly departed heroes of the O3L era. They may be gone...but they will never be forgotten.   We talk a lot about James Calvin Wilsey. It's a name you may not recognize, but we guarantee you've heard him play guitar. Jimmy started his professional career as the bassist in San Francisco punk legends The Avengers before joining forces in Silvertone with Chris Isaak. Yeah, that's Jimmy who wrote and played the haunting lead guitar lines in "Wicked Game."   Jimmy's life, career and tragic death are chronicled in Wicked Game: The True Story of Guitarist James Calvin Wilsey, penned by our Third Lad this week, the esteemed Michael Goldberg. Michael has been a respected and renowned music journalist since the '70s, serving as Senior Writer for Rolling Stone magazine for a decade, as well as writing for Creem, NME, Musician, and other notable music publications. In 1994, he founded the first online music magazine, Addicted to Noise, which garnered him a spot on Newsweek's 1995 list of the "50 People Who Matter Most on the Internet."   For more information on Wicked Game, visit https://hozacrecords.com. A portion of the proceeds go to Jimmy Wilsey's teenage son Waylon.   Also, on this week's O3L Spotlight, we feature music by TV Party! Buy their self titled debut album at: https://tvparty1.bandcamp.com/album/tv-party.   #musicpodcast #musicpodcasts #RIP #wickedgame #punkrock #1stwave #newwave #indierock #indiepop #classicalternative #alternativerock #guitarhero

Janette's TV Podcast
THE CANADIAN SCREEN ACTORS AWARDS: Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers Wins Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role For Her Portrayal of "Niska" in the Movie Night Raiders

Janette's TV Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 8:22


Written and directed by Danis Goulet, who is Cree Métis from northern Saskatchewan, Night Raiders is a film about harm, abuse, violence, and/or intergenerational trauma due to colonial practices. It is one of the most important Canadian films made in recent times. A searing thriller set in the near future; it digs deep into Canada's painful past to craft a compelling, propulsive piece of genre cinema. After a destructive war across North America, a military occupation seizes control of society. One of their core tactics: taking children from their families and putting them into State Academies or forced-education camps. Niska (played by Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers) is a Cree mother desperate to protect her daughter Waseese (played by Brooklyn Letexier-Hart). But events force mother and daughter to separate, leading Niska to join a group of Cree vigilantes to get her daughter back. This story echoes the real forced assimilation of Indigenous children that colonizing powers undertook in Canada, the US, Australia, and beyond. It transforms the ugly reality of residential schools into remarkable, cinematic piece. Goulet's vision, combined with powerful performances from Tailfeathers, Letexier-Hart, and Gail Maurice, bring this speculative future into dialogue with our past. Night Raiders is not just a singular Canadian film, but a new view of Canada for the entire world. Janette's TV & Podcast were among Canada's top accredited media at The Canadian Screen Actors Awards virtual red carpet press room interviewing the event's big winners. In this second episode of our special CSA series, Janette talks with actress Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers, who took home the award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role for her performance in this movie, about what this role meant to her and the Indigenous community, and what she would like to see happen next for Indigenous actors, writers, directors, and producers. Support us on Patreon www.patreon.com/janettestv Looking for more ways to support Janette's TV? Buy our merchandise here! www.janetteburke.com/merch Protect your Privacy with Express VPN. Find out how you can get 3 months free by clicking the link below. www.expressvpn.com/ Janette's TV & Podcast Channels www.youtube.com/watch?v=EDHHvKvXq7o Link to Website www.janetteburke.com Janette's 1:1 On-Camera Training https://www.janetteburke.com/1-1-on-camera-training