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On today's show, rock and roll biographical writer Madeline Bocaro shares some of the details and themes covered in her highly acclaimed book IN YOUR MIND - THE INFINITE UNIVERSE OF YOKO ONO and comments on a handful of rock music industry anecdotes and stories involving David Bowie, The Rolling Stones, Iggy Pop, Lou Reed and more. GUEST OVERVIEW: Madeline Bocaro is a New York author and journalist, specializing in rock and roll. She is the author of IN YOUR MIND: THE INFINITE UNIVERSE OF YOKO ONO. Madeline has contributed to books and documentaries about music including Stardust: The David Bowie Story (1985), The Wild One – The Story of Iggy Pop (1988), Mick Ronson: The Spider with the Platinum Hair (2003) and The Nomi Song (Klaus Nomi documentary, 2005). Madeline was a staff writer at CMJ from its inception in 1978. She has contributed to a variety of magazines including Mojo, Dazed & Confused, and Goldmine. Bocaro is a passionate fan of rock and roll, and her work is informed by her deep knowledge of the genre. She is a gifted writer, whose books and articles are informative and entertaining. She is a respected author in the rock and roll world. Her work is widely read and admired. She is a passionate advocate for the genre, and her writing helps to keep its history and legacy alive. https://madelinex.com/ https://inyourmindbook.com/
Alright, alright, alright! We can't believe we're saying this but the legendary Matthew McConaughey co-hosted the show with us today. Talking all about his new children's book, Matty gave us some surprising parenting advice that we're actually going to take on board. Plus he revealed how much he was paid for his breakthrough role in Dazed and Confused and if he's got any new movies coming out soon. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This is a great recording of Led Zeppelin at Brondby DK March 15, 1969 (late show). A hungry young band plays the club with a ferocity and joy which remains unrivaled. I play Train, I Can't Quit You, and a Dazed which is reminiscent of the album version. A joy.
After a busy week of visiting shows and panel talks, we circle back to our HQ to summarize Fashion X, the Stockholm ”fashion week” run by the Swedish Fashion Council. We discuss the main takeaways, and share field interviews with the following industry insiders:Chloé Mukai, Senior Programme Officer, at the Ethical Fashion Initiative.Angeline Elfström, Business Development Manager, Oncemore.Isobel Farmiloe, Group Strategy Director, Dazed.With: Konrad Olsson, Editor-in-Chief & Co-Founder, Johan Magnusson, Senior Editor, and Aylin Franzon, Editorial Assistant. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
SynopsisToday's date marks the birthdate in 1928 of Italian composer Ennio Morricone, famous for more than 400 scores he wrote for films and TV.If you're a fan, you already know that he wrote the music for a series of spaghetti western movies like the 1964 classic A Fistful of Dollars, starring Clint Eastwood as a taciturn, sun-burnt, cigar-chomping gunman.If you're an oboist, you've probably played Morricone's haunting Gabriel's Oboe at weddings or funerals. It's a melody originally heard in his soundtrack to the1986 film The Mission.But in a 2006 interview for Dazed magazine, Morricone revealed some things even his fans might not have known: He collected bars of hotel soap as a hobby. And if he hadn't become a composer, he would have liked to have been a professional chess player.He also offered a bit of wise advice when asked about scores that were not successes: “A long time ago, I really loved a film that I was working on and I became too involved. That was kind of unbalanced. It made me realize that you can't love things too much if you want them to work.”Music Played in Today's ProgramEnnio Morricone (1928 - 2020) Gabriel's Oboe, fr “The Mission”; Orchestra dell'Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia; Ennio Morricone, cond. Sony 57872
Looking for the Perfect Beat 2023-43 by Irvin Cee Release date: 2023/11/03 Looking for the Perfect Beat is Irvin Cee's weekly radio show with the best and newest club music on the globe since 2014. A various mix of Deep House, House, Tech House, Techno, and Hard Techno is beat mixed in such a slick way it will take you to new heights of musical experience and you feel trapped to dance until the very end of the show. *Irvin Cee is available for International bookings at Clubs, Festivals en Quality bars. Video recording: Youtube: https://youtube.com/watch?v=1s1IF92rHxk Tracklist: Time +/- :Title - Artist (*time is +/- mix in time) 00:00:00 - Everybody - youANDme, Elli Altenberger 00:04:43 - Just A Dream - Filip GrÃ¶nlund 00:09:10 - Dazed & Amused - Karl Sierra 00:13:03 - Abscence - Apprentis 00:18:02 - Hard Life - Dompe 00:20:23 - To Be Led - Steve Bug 00:25:54 - Waited Long Enough - The Checkup, Cansu Kandemir 00:28:39 - 0050 - Luis Caballero, u z z v 00:32:00 - Please Don't Stop the Music feat. Armenta - Luca Debonaire, Armenta 00:33:44 - Jambo - Ministry Of Funk 00:38:10 - Give Me A Jump - GhostMasters 00:40:04 - Deeper Love - Steve Tosi 00:44:25 - Turn Off The Lights - Zsak 00:48:29 - Once Upon A Time In Chicago - Jwalker 00:51:39 - Amber Rox - Doc Martin, Blakkat 00:54:40 - Like This - Des & Del 00:57:33 - F You - Kieran San Jose #youANDme #ElliAltenberger #FilipGrÃnlund #KarlSierra #Apprentis #Dompe #SteveBug #TheCheckup #CansuKandemir #LuisCaballero #uzzv #LucaDebonaire #Armenta #MinistryOfFunk #GhostMasters #SteveTosi #Zsak #Jwalker #DocMartin #Blakkat #DesDel #KieranSanJose #irvincee #"irvin cee" #perfectbeat #"perfect beat" #djmixes #clubbing #music #deephouse #"deep house" #house #techhouse #"tech house" #techno #djset #dj #nightlife #radio #tekkno #tekk #electronic #underground #festival #berlin #2023
Artist Amber Pinkerton describes what it's like moving to London from Jamaica as a young woman, and her experiences of alienation and self-awakening. The photraphic film-maker and conceptual artist creates work which ranges from art to fashion photography to installation, with a self-described focus on themes of identity, personhood and the nature of individual and cultural agency, colourism and class. Pinkerton's work has been featured in publications such as Vanity Fair, and Dazed and she has shot campaigns for fashion clients including Gucci, Valentino, as well as for Nike and Netflix. Represented by the Alice Black gallery in London, where she currently has a show on display until mid November, Danielle Radojcin sits down with Amber to hear about her background and how it informs her work.
0:57 - The News 5:13 - Jerks of the Week 9:54 - Bully Beatdown/Miz and Mrs./The Celebrity Paranormal Project 28:05 - Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone 31:13 - The New Barbarians 32:00 - The Expendables/The Town 38:26 - Beyond the Black Rainbow 40:22 - Stop Making Sense 43:16 - We Need to Talk About Kevin 49:36 - Final Destination 5 55:30 - Warm Bodies 56:47 - Jiro Dreams of Sushi 58:36 - Father's Day 1:00:47 - [REC]3: Genesis 1:06:46 - Safe 1:10:14 - Prometheus 1:13:42 - Knock at the Cabin 1:26:08 - Bottoms 1:30:06 - Dazed and Confused 1:33:50 - Gold Rush 1:40:26 - The Purge 1:46:41 - Tourist Trap 1:49:45 - #ChadGetsTheAxe 1:54:28 - Drag Me to Hell 2:04:51 - The Immortal 2:13:12 - Saw X 2:19:35 - Austin City Limits Game of Games
Hi friends and welcome to our weekly pod! This episode Mike and Matt chat about Martin Scorsese's latest masterpiece, Killers of the Flower Moon starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert De Niro, Lily Gladstone, and Jesse Plemons. Bonus topics include Dazed and Confused, books for music, and Mike's sick. Next week we hit the theaters to review the last Marvel Cinematic Universe film of the year, The Marvels starring Brie Larson, Samuel L. Jackson, and Teyonah Parris. Don't forget to stay for the end to hear Ma Hinshaw Loses Her Cookies Episode #37. Thank you for listening and we will chat with you next week! If you have a film you would like Matt and Mike to review, email us at email@example.com You can find us on all things social such as YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. Why not join our Facebook Fan Group so you can yell at Mike and Matt from the comfort of your keyboard while talking about films. We also have an old fashioned website where you can watch trailers, read the host's bios, listen to the podcast, and get a ton more info on the movies we review. http://www.ReelFilmNerds.com Thank you for liking, subscribing, rating, reviewing, and telling your friends about our podcast. Finally go out and catch as many movies as you can!
"Before Midnight" is the third and final installment of the "Before" Trilogy directed by Richard Linklater. We all know his work of "Dazed and Confused", "A Scanner Darkly", "School of Rock" and "Boyhood". His film tackles existentialism between relationships and their own with the characters of Jesse and Céline as they are older and they are parents. I dig the film for it's realism, how deep it goes with the charaters that are tackling the issues that comes with relationships, familes and blended families. This is a film that is important to watch, showing the slice of life that we are not alone with our issues and insecurities. I really appreciate it too because we are able to relate to the film, it crosses all kinds of boundaries.Four out of four tokes.
The first event in 5x15's new series with Rathbones, in collaboration with Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, is a celebration of Nature's Diversity. This panel discussion explores how nature can teach us to challenge traditional expectations. From plants and fungi living outside orthodoxies, to the symbolic connections between plants and queerness through LGBTQ+ history, and the stories of writers and artists who have been drawn to nature, our expert panel of scientists and storytellers will illuminate how the natural world can inspire new ways of thinking. Brigitte Baptiste is one of Colombia's most eminent scientists, an expert in matters related to the environment and biodiversity, and a leading expert in gender diversity. She was director for 10 years of the Alexander Von Humboldt Biological Resources Research Institute and currently serves as Chancellor of Universidad Ean, a higher education institution focused in sustainable entrepreneurship. She is considered an expert in environmental issues and biodiversity and she is an important leader in gender diversity, being recognized for her participation as a transgender woman in international conferences related to these issues. She has also been a reference in achieving important bridges between politics, academia and science. She has recently been engaged in several projects related to gender equality and inclusion, launching a fund to support LGTBI and transgender people to access higher education. Jonathan Drori is a trustee of The Eden Project and Cambridge University Botanic Garden, an Ambassador for the Woodland Trust and the WWF, and Honorary Professor at Birmingham University's Institute of Forest Research. Previously, Jon was a Trustee of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, and for BBC TV, he was responsible for more than fifty science documentaries and series. He is known for several botanical TED talks, which have been viewed millions of times. Jonathan is also the author of the runaway best sellers, Around the World In 80 Trees and Around the World in 80 Plants, revealing in awe-inspiring detail how the worlds of trees and plants are intricately entwined with our own history, culture and folklore. Luke Turner's second book Men At War is a critically-acclaimed account of masculinity and sexuality during the Second World War and how the conflict impacts our culture today. Turner's first book Out Of The Woods, a memoir of desire, faith and an exploration of human identity within ‘nature' and London's Epping Forest, was shortlisted for the Wainwright Prize. He is co-founder of online music and arts magazine The Quietus and has contributed to the Guardian, Observer, Telegraph, Vice, Dazed, NME and the BBC, among other publications and broadcasters. Dr Bat Maria Vorontsova is a Kew researcher who studies grasses, with a particular focus on tropical African diversity, evolutionary history, and the history of tropical grasslands and savannas. By describing and classifying herbarium specimens, Bat's work at Kew enriches our understanding of ecosystems and their function. Bat's primary research focuses on the grass family (Poaceae) in Madagascar— a long- term project that encompasses diversity and classification, ecological roles, evolutionary relationships, and uses of grasses. Bat is also interested in the history and development of classifications and botanical nomenclature. If it is about grasses, Bat would like to hear about it.
Ep.174 Yvette Mayorga is a multidisciplinary artist based in Chicago, Illinois. Her work links feminized labor and the aesthetics of celebration to colonial art history and racialized oppression through the guise of using pink as a weapon of mass destruction. Mayorga holds an MFA in Fiber and Material Studies from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Mayorga's first solo museum exhibition What a Time to be at the Momentary, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, is on view through October 2023. Mayorga's first East Coast solo museum exhibition Dreaming of You at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, is on view through March 2024. Her work has been exhibited at the Museum of Art and Design, New York, NY; Vincent Price Art Museum, Monterey Park, CA; El Museo del Barrio, the Center for Craft, Asheville, NC; Museo Universitario del Chopo, Mexico City, MX; and Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA. Currently, Mayorga is working on a large-scale installation for the City of Chicago's permanent public art collection at O'Hare International Airport's Terminal 5. Mayorga has been featured in Artforum, Artnet, Art in America, Art News, Cultured Magazine, DAZED, Galerie Magazine, Hyperallergic, Latina Magazine, Teen Vogue, The Guardian, The New York Times, Vogue, W Magazine, and Women's Wear Daily. Her works are in the permanent collections of 21c Museum Hotels, Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, DePaul Art Museum, El Museo del Barrio, John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, and New Mexico State University Art Museum. Photo credit : Kevin Penczak Artist https://www.yvettemayorga.com/ The Alridrich https://thealdrich.org/exhibitions/yvette-mayorga-dreaming-of-you MAZ https://maz.zapopan.gob.mx/sala-abierta-20/ Hyperallergic https://hyperallergic.com/790993/decolonizing-rococo-yvette-mayorga/ Latinx Project https://www.latinxproject.nyu.edu/intervenxions/in-her-bag-yvette-mayorgas-first-solo-museum-exhibition-what-a-time-to-be-is-a-declaration-of-latina-artist-autonomy W Magazine https://www.wmagazine.com/culture/yvette-mayorga-interview-artist Cultured Mag https://www.culturedmag.com/article/2023/09/07/women-artist-exhibitions-new-york-armory Vogue https://www.vogue.com/article/must-see-american-art-exhibitions-fall-2023 Art For Change https://artforchange.com/collections/yvette-mayorga The Momentary https://themomentary.org/calendar/yvette-mayorga-what-a-time-to-be/ Invisible Culture Journal https://www.invisibleculturejournal.com/pub/yvettemayorga/release/1 Fondazione Imago Mundi https://fondazioneimagomundi.org/en/webdoc/yvette_mayorga/ SAIC https://www.saic.edu/news/alum-yvette-mayorga-highlighted-in-wwd University of Illinois https://art.illinois.edu/about-us/news/alumna-yvette-mayorga-feature-in-vogue/ Chicago Gallery News https://www.chicagogallerynews.com/events/the-politics-of-desire-yvette-mayorga David b Smith Gallery https://www.davidbsmithgallery.com/cn/artists/65-yvette-mayorga/works/4182-yvette-mayorga-smile-now-from-the-vase-of-the-century-2023/ Geary https://geary.nyc/yvette-mayorga 3Arts https://3arts.org/artist/Yvette-Mayorga/ Hyde Park Art https://www.hydeparkart.org/directory/yvette-mayorga/
It's the 30th anniversary of the last day of school classic, Dazed and Confused. We brought back our good friends we've known since our college days, Jessie Pellowski and Kate Duncan. We had a lot of fun breaking this film down with them and hope you enjoy!
Kevin Morosky is a Virgo, film director, and creative. He's a community leader, a change maker, an author and a fascinating podcast guest. In this episode we discuss: A love letter to Black women Being black and queer and how that inspired Kevin's first book How life influences the creative process Pocc & the community around it The influence of Biggie Smalls How to spot bad briefs from brands Kevin Morosky Kevin's career began in film photography, with his work seeing him published in the likes of Dazed, ID, and Vogue to name just a few - if you bought mags in the early 10s, you probably saw his work inside. Aware of the fact he was often brought onto advertising projects as a diversity hire, with little say in the actual content he was shooting, Kevin worked to get on the other side of the ad industry. He quickly became a creative known for pursuing authentic - and often humorous - storytelling that felt inclusive and insightful, challenging the norms of the industry. His dedication to the culture paid off; as well as co-founding Pocc, a Black British Business Awards-nominated creative network that champions Black and Brown voices in advertising, Kevin's also Jury President of the D&AD New Blood Awards 2021. As a film director, Kevin's portfolio spans both commercial and personal work. He frequently self-directs his ad campaigns, which has seen him work for the likes of Samsung, O2, Vodafone, and Lush. Recent personal works include a quintet of short films (Lungs, Laundry, Moon, Homes and Quantum) examining what it means to be Black in 2020 Britain, and Orphans: a Queen's thoughts at Christmas starring Susie Wokoma. Kevin is currently self-financing More Time, a workplace mockumentary, and is developing his first feature with the BBC. Kevin's Books Black Women Always Book Recommendation Edge of Here by Kelechi Okafor Andi Jarvis If you have any questions or want to talk about anything that was discussed in the show, the best place to get me is on LinkedIn or Instagram. If you don't get the podcast emailed to you, can sign up for it on the Eximo Marketing website. Make sure you subscribe to get the podcast every fortnight and if you enjoyed the show, please give it a 5* rating. Andi Jarvis, Eximo Marketing.
Rick & Kelly do their best to shake off the jet lag & sleep deprivation to bring you photos, video clips & highlights from their weekend in the suburbs of Detroit, including their live show at the Daxton Hotel in Birmingham, plus the book party, a CLEAR problem, a home is SOLD and the loss of an icon IN THE NEWS. #rickandkellylive #detroit #birmingham #hair #makeup #bookparty #chasingcatastrophe #clear #sold #icon #suzannesomers #rip #bravo #rhoc The Daily Smash is brought to you by IYLIA WINE! Get yours at 20% OFF using the discount code RICK&KELLY20 at IYLIA.COM Rick & Kelly encourage all of you to play June's Journey! Just download the app to your phone or computer and start solving this hidden-object murder mystery story set in the glamour days of the 1920's, following June Parker thru some sticky situations in her quest to solve the murder of her sister, while uncovering her family's many secrets, scene by scene. The download is FREE and Rick & Kelly think you'll love the challenges of finding all the hidden objects hidden in beautiful , colorful, carefully crafted scenes, plus you can customize, remodel and fix up your mansion and garden island along the way. Download June's Journey TODAY on Android and IOS mobile devices (and your PC thru Facebook Games) by clicking this link: https://cherrypick.gg/The RickandKellyShow-JJ Rick & Kelly send thoughts & prayers & encouragement to the people of Israel, enduring a horrific and tragic series of attacks and would like to remind everyone this isn't a newscast and is intended as more of an escape, a place where you can relax and laugh and take a break from the hard news we all face every day. Interested in working for Rick & Kelly? Apply at https://entertainmentcareers.net
How infanitilized were the women of the mansion and how much were they infantilizing themselves? Join Holly and Bridget as they get into not being allowed to work, how each girl was childlike in her own way, how they infantilized themselves and how they were being held back by others. In this episode, the girls talk career goals, merchandizing the show, manifesting and feeling embarrassed to admit to your goals. They recap what it was like designing a jewelry line, shooting their first print ad, the intended drama for this episode and the show doing the guest stars dirty. Holly and Bridget talk about using the world "girl" vs. "woman," sexy pirates, who was acting pervy in this episode and an eerie memory lapse. For more content, check out our Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/girlsnextlevel To learn more about microdosing THC, go to https://www.microdose.com and use code NEXTLEVEL to get free shipping and 30% off your first order. Discover your inner detective when you download June's Journey for free today on i0S and Android Get affordable luxury with Quince! Go to https://www.quince.com/nextlevel for free shipping on your order and 365-day returns.
Over twenty years Jesse Simon built a MASSIVE career managing the careers of some of the biggest models in fashion including David Friend, Ethan James and Gabriette Bechtel via the leading magazines and fashion houses, including YSL, Dior, Dazed, i-D and Vogue. Considered one of the most innovative talent agents Jesse built a reputation at Ford Models LA for seeing that the future was in killer brand strategy and by redefining the terms of what ‘talent' truly means. Then, two years ago, he jacked it all in to officially transform Other People's Children, the art collective he'd been co-running since 2017 as a side project into a living, breathing management company, representing a roster of musicians, writers, directors, and artist who are excited to help bring creative solutions to the table, in front of the camera as well as behind the scenes. Recorded in his office, with the OPC team working around him, mere hours before our plane back to London was due to take off, Jesse pulled these cards from The Creative Blood Experience question deck.Follow OPC and Jesse on instagramJesse's on a mission to make grappling an Olympic sport and has launched The Grappling Network which is now available to watch wherever you are - P.s. no, we didn't know what grappling was either and so glad we weren't afraid to ask! This episode was created in partnership with the brilliant humans here Creative Blood and Scenery Studios. Say hello @creativebloodagency Music by Ben Tarrant-BrownProducer Lina PrestwoodMixed by Rob Martland
Get that Friday feeling early with an extra serving of Hot House Hours, freshly made with only the finest new tech house releases and steaming hot promos! Please share, rate, review and subscribe wherever you can to help the podcast reach more house music lovers. You can also leave comments for episodes you like on the Hot House Hours Soundcloud page. All tracks released on October 6 unless shown below. Website: https://www.djdavebaker.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/djdavebaker 1. [HOT PROMO] Hit The Floor (Extended) - SUBB & Mister Ruiz [Smash The House Deep] RELEASE DATE: OCT 13
This week on Name 3 Songs… ⚡️ Fangirl Nonsense: Jenna is Vic from Maneskin? Logan Lerman and Dylan O'Brien were spotted at the SAG + AFRA strike. Pete Davidson, Ice Spice, and Bad Bunny will be making appearances on SNL. Shania Twain is an icon in red hair. ⚡ Is Taylor Swift overexposed? Or is this all over-consumption of Taylor as a brand? The discussion continues. ⚡ Doja Cat is showing us who she is once again. The singer recently posted a photo wearing a t-shirt picturing Sam Hyde (an internet-infamous edgelord with ties to both the alt-right and neo-Nazi movements according to Dazed.) Is this Doja's litmus test for what fans are willing to put up with? And does her public support of this character lead to a slippery alt-right pipeline? ⚡ Maren Morris announced she's leaving country music. This comes after years of activism and support for women of color and LBGTQ+ people in country music as well as supporting trans rights in legislation. Morris claims country music is “burning itself down without my help.” What does this mean for Morris and what is the state of the burning country industry right now? ⚡ At a recent concert, Drake gave a fan $50,000 because the fan's girlfriend left him – a gesture to make the ex look like a fool. But really… Drake is looking like the fool. We discuss Drake's “nice guy” complex that is laced in covert misogyny and how this is also a slippy slope to Andrew Tate TikTok. Enjoy this episode? Join our Patreon community or leave us a tip on PayPal! Want to talk more? Find us: @name3songs | @sara_feigin | @jenna_million Check out all the sources for this episode at name3songs.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Hi Mettttallll Hedz.....Now after a week of computer glitches and ect...I can finally get this show posted...Sooo for this show we have some kikkin' songz to play from: Styx / Mott The Hoople / Zephyr / Def Leppard and Tobert Plant and a few more.So letz git the rock on the wire......Intro: Xanadu-Rush1. Something Else-UFO2. Detroit Rock City-Hammerfall3. Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band-The Bubblegum Machine4. Locomotive Breath-Styx5. Beautiful Loser-Point Blank6. Run Away-Small Faces7. Darkness, Darkness-Robert Plant8. Dazed & Confused-Jack Holmes 9. Cinnamon Girl-The Gentrys10. 10538 Overture-Def Leppard11. Strawberry Fields Forever-The Ventures 12. Raindrops-Zephyr13. Ready For Love-Mott The Hoople14. Jailhouse Rock-John Ussery15. Winning-Russ BallardOutro: Nightingales & Bombers-Manfred Mann
Cover versions – always fascinating!! Occasionally, an artist will cover an obscure song, or a deep cut by another artist and make it their own. But what about when the song has ALREADY been a hit? Sometimes it works; sometimes it doesn't; sometimes it ends up in court! This episode, we're looking at examples of all three. Our “Album You Must Hear Before You Die” is, believe it or not, “And other bits of material” by Paper Lace, the most successful band to come out of Nottingham, UK. The hit single from the album, “The Night Chicago Died” topped the Billboard Hot 100 and sold over three million copies! Who'd have thought it? Jeff also follows up with some rock news looking at Ozzy Osbourne and Bruce Springsteen's efforts to stay on the stage. References: Bob Dylan, The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan, The Beatles, A Hard Day's Night, Lennon & McCartney, cover versions, “Blowin' in the Wind”, Peter Paul and Mary, Leonard Cohen, “Suzanne”, The Great American Songbook, Colonel Tom Parker, Elvis, All Along the Watchtower, Knockin' on Heaven's Door, Mr. Tambourine Man, Tainted Love, Soft Cell, Gloria Jones, Me and Bobby McGee, Janis Joplin, “Pearl”, “Sittin' on the Dock of the Bay”, Otis Redding, Kris Kristofferson, I Love Rock 'n' Roll, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, The Arrows, Sex Pistols, Steve Jones, Paul Cook, Without You, Badfinger, Harry Nilsson, Mariah Carey, Led Zeppelin, Nobody's Fault but Mine, Joan Baez, Anne Bredon, “In my time of dying”, Blind Willie Johnson, “Dazed and Confused”, Jake Holmes, Inspired by Jake Holmes, David Bennett Piano, Whole Lotta Love” Muddy Waters, You Need Love, Willie Dixon, The Small Faces, “You Need Loving”, “Rock'n'Roll”, Little Richard, “Keep a-Knockin'”, Stairway to Heaven, Taurus, Spirit, back-payment of royalties to the original artist, Hallelujah, Leonard Cohen, John Cale, “I'm Your Fan”, Jeff Buckley, I Will Always Love You, Dolly Parton, Whitney Houston, The First Cut is the Deepest, Rod Stewart, Cat Stevens, Reason to Believe, Tim Hardin, The Man Who Sold the World, David Bowie, Nirvana, Girls Just Want to Have Fun, Cyndi Lauper, Robert Hazard, Love Hurts, Nazareth, Everly Brothers, Turn the Page, Jon English, Metallica, Bob Seger, A Hazy Shade of Winter, Bangles, Simon & Garfunkel, I'm a Believer, The Monkees, Neil Diamond, RESPECT, Aretha Franklin, Otis Redding, Moonlighting, Bruce Willis, David Addison Bob Dylan, cover versions, Peter Paul and Mary, Leonard Cohen, Tainted Love, Without You, Led Zeppelin, Jake Holmes, Hallelujah, John Cale, RESPECT, Aretha Franklin Episode PlaylistYouTube Links:Jake Holmes - Dazed and Confused TrumpI Live Rock and Roll - Joan KirnerOnce in a LifetimeDavid Bennett Pian - 8 Led Zeppelin songs that "rip off" other songs The Man Who Sold the World - Nirvana
My guest today is Oscar-winning actor and author, Matthew McConaughey. Matthew shares his inspiration for his latest children's book, "Just Because," and dives deep into the subject of parenting. Matthew shares the many lessons he has learned as a father of three and husband to his wife, Camilla, and what he continues to work on. Matthew's easy-going nature and chillness don't always translate to family life, he shares. These conversations always remind me that most of us are navigating pretty similar things when it comes to love and relationships. Enjoy! Connect with Matthew: Books: Greenlights Just Because Instagram: @officiallymcconaughey Movies: The Wolf of Wall Street, The Gentlemen, Dazed and Confused, Dallas Buyers Club, Interstellar, True Detective, The Wedding Planner, a Time to kill, Magic Mike, The Lincoln Lawyer, Sing, Failure to Launch, Mud, Gold, Ghosts of Girlfriends Past, White Boy Rick, Serenity, The Dark Tower, Sahara, Fools Gold, and many more. Connect with Gabby @gabbyreece | Linktree For the full show notes visit gabriellereece.com/podcast The Gabby Reece Show talks to top experts with the goal of extracting the best information you will need to navigate the universe of health, fitness, relationships, parenting, and business. Gabby keeps it simple but gets to the heart of the conversation with the hopes of providing you with realistic takeaways. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Join Holly and Bridget as they talk all about what it was like becoming infamous in the early 2000's, shooting their first movie, cars, why Holly thinks she's such a bitch in this episode, who was the only one allowed to do high paying club appearances, their back-in-the-day career goals, and an autism diagnosis. For more content, check out our Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/girlsnextlevel Get your first visit for only five dollars at https://www.apostrophe.com/nextlevel when you use our code NEXTLEVEL Manage your money the easy way by going to https://www.rocketmoney.com/nextlevel
The oleee solo pod is back, kid. This week: Jersey Shore, Dazed & Confused, "the opposite of skill," and how to annoy The Rolling Stones. Support the showThanks for listening! Listen, rate, subscribe and other marketing type slogans! Here's my Insta: @dannypalmernyc @thedannypalmershow@blackcatcomedy And subscribe to my Patreon? Maybe? If you know how to? I don't know how it works. Let's just leave this thing be: https://www.patreon.com/thedannypalmershow
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The Age of Innocence (1993) Directed by Martin Scorsese Written by Jay Cocks Starring Daniel Day Lewis, Michelle Pfeiffer, Winona Ryder Release Date September 15th, 1993 Wealthy lawyer Newland Archer (Daniel Day-Lewis) is engaged to sweet socialite May Welland (Winona Ryder) in 1870s New York. On the surface, it is a perfect match. But when May's beautiful cousin Countess Ellen Olenska (Michelle Pfeiffer), who is estranged from her brutish husband, arrives in town, Newland begins to question the meaning of passion and love as he desperately pursues a relationship with Ellen, even though she has been made a social outcast by Archer's peers. Dazed and Confused (1993) Directed by Richard Linklater Written by Richard Linklater Starring Jason London, Wiley Wiggins, Matthew McConaughey, Ben Affleck, Parker Posey This coming-of-age film follows the mayhem of group of rowdy teenagers in Austin, Texas, celebrating the last day of high school in 1976. The graduating class heads for a popular pool hall and joins an impromptu keg party, however star football player Randall "Pink" Floyd (Jason London) has promised to focus on the championship game and abstain from partying. Meanwhile, the incoming freshmen try to avoid being hazed by the seniors, most notably the sadistic bully Fred O'Bannion (Ben Affleck).
In this episode of 30 Years Greater, Rob and Josh watch and discuss Dazed and Confused, which originally released September 24, 1993.
In this episode, Rob and Josh watch and discuss Dazed and Confused, which originally released September 24, 1993.
Undeterred by its many detractors, Meta is still trying to make the metaverse happen. This week, the company held its annual Connect developer conference at its headquarters in Menlo Park, California. Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg took to the stage to announce a new mixed reality headset, the Meta Quest 3, as well as new smart glasses made by Ray-Ban that let the wearer livestream videos and interact with an AI-powered voice chatbot. Meta also showed off an array of celebrity-infused AI chatbots that can mimic big-name folks like Snoop Dogg and Kendall Jenner. You'd be forgiven for thinking all this feels a little bit like an episode of Black Mirror. This week on Gadget Lab, we talk with WIRED senior AI writer Khari Johnson about the mixed reality hardware Meta announced this week, its voice-controlled smart glasses, its weird new AI chatbots, and where the company sits in the great AI arms race. Show Notes: Read Khari's story about Meta's many AI chatbots. Read Lauren's story about the upcoming Meta Quest 3 headset and chatbot-enabled Ray-Ban Meta smart glasses. Recommendations: Khari recommends the new movie The Creator. Lauren recommends the ‘90s movie Sliding Doors. Mike also recommends a ‘90s movie, Dazed and Confused. Khari Johnson can be found on social media @kharijohnson. Lauren Goode is @LaurenGoode. Michael Calore is @snackfight. Bling the main hotline at @GadgetLab. The show is produced by Boone Ashworth (@booneashworth). Our theme music is by Solar Keys. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Introduction: Welcome back, movie lovers, to another electrifying episode of "Everyone is a Critic." In Episode 592, we're diving headfirst into a lineup of thrilling new releases, including "Expendables 4," "It Lives Inside," "Dumb Money," and "Gale." Get ready for an action-packed ride! But that's not all - we'll be traveling down the yellow brick road with our Undisputed Classic, "The Wizard of Oz," and exploring the cinematic landscape of 1993 with a review of "Dazed and Confused." As a special treat, we'll also give you a sneak peek into next week's episode, featuring "Saw X," "The Creator," "Stop Making Sense," and "Flore and Son," with a classic look at the Saw Franchise and 1993 films like "A Bronx Tale," "Cool Runnings," "Freaked," "Malice," and "M. Butterfly." Let's dive right in! Segment 1: New Movie Reviews "Expendables 4": Prepare for explosive action as our hosts review "Expendables 4." With an all-star cast of action legends, does this installment live up to its predecessors? "It Lives Inside": Get ready for some horror with "It Lives Inside." Our hosts will discuss the scares, the plot, and whether this film delivers on the creepy promise. "Dumb Money" and "Gale": We'll also explore the world of "Dumb Money" and "Gale," sharing our thoughts on these intriguing new releases. Segment 2: Classic Magic Undisputed Classic - "The Wizard of Oz" (1939): Our hosts take a magical journey down the yellow brick road with "The Wizard of Oz." Join us as we discuss the enduring appeal and timeless wonder of this cinematic masterpiece. Segment 3: Flashback to 1993 "Dazed and Confused": Travel back in time to 1993 as we dive into "Dazed and Confused," a coming-of-age classic. We'll explore the film's depiction of youth culture and its impact on the audience. Segment 4: Sneak Peek - Next Week's Movies & Classics New Movies: "Saw X" "The Creator" "Stop Making Sense" "Flore and Son" Classic Spotlight - The Saw Franchise 1993 Segment: "A Bronx Tale" "Cool Runnings" "Freaked" "Malice" "M. Butterfly" Segment 5: Connect with Us Stay connected with us on social media and support the podcast: Website: www.ihatecritics.com Facebook: facebook.com/EveryoneisaCriticPodcast Twitter: twitter.com/criticspod Instagram: instagram.com/criticspod Patreon: patreon.com/criticspod Tee Public Link: teepublic.com/user/criticspod YouTube: youtube.com/criticspod Jeff's Art: jefflassiter.com Sean's Reviews: seanatthemovies.blogspot.com Conclusion: Thank you for joining us for Episode 592 of "Everyone is a Critic." We hope you enjoyed our reviews of "Expendables 4," "It Lives Inside," "Dumb Money," and "Gale," as well as our journey to the magical land of "The Wizard of Oz" and our flashback to 1993 with "Dazed and Confused." Get ready for next week's episode, where we'll explore "Saw X," "The Creator," "Stop Making Sense," and "Flore and Son," with a classic spotlight on the Saw Franchise and reviews of 1993 films. Connect with us on social media and consider supporting the show. Until next time, happy watching!
School's out for summer! Have any greater words ever been uttered when you're a kid still in school. Alice Cooper hit it square on the head, so on this episode, Rob, Kurt and David are taking a trip back to relive the iconic 1993 movie, based in 1976, Dazed and Confused. We'll discuss the cars, the music, the hazing and some of the weirder stuff as we break down every aspect of this coming of age film. The gang will have some fun filling in our movie categories and hopefully not saying too many inappropriate things. So grab a paddle, rev up that car's engine and let's be a lot cooler than we are by heading back to The Emporium to check out 1993's Dazed and Confused. Follow us!
Happy 30th Anniversary to this infamous Richard Linklater classic! In this episode John and I discuss DAZED AND CONFUSED for a good 45 minutes, before totally derailing and end up talking about who the hell knows what for the next 60 minutes. It's pretty perfect. Enjoy! Dazed and Confused links IMDB Matthew McConaughey Audition Stamper Cinema links https://www.stampercinema.com https://linktr.ee/stampercinema
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Teenagers cruise around their Texas town on the last day of school. Listen as we discuss our worst hazing experiences, chastity pledges that are downright lies, and the band James only knows from Guitar Hero. All right, all right, all right... we're finding out if Dazed and Confused stands the Test of Time.
Dazed and Confused is flat out a classic. Focusing on a group of wayward teens in 70s Austin, Texas, it somehow remains one of the most relatable looks at the high school experience. Sure, some things don't really translate to the present—the hazing, for example—but few movies have captured the essence of what it's like to feel stuck, even though your whole life is still in front of you. One of the reasons it remains so beloved is its eccentric cast of characters and the budding stars who played them. Dazed and Confused has a cast stacked with actors and actresses on the cusp of fame. From Ben Affleck to Matthew McConaughey to Parker Posey, it helped usher in the next phase of Hollywood stars. And, for some—like McConaughey's Wooderson—their characters in Dazed and Confused are recognized as a seminal role in their filmography. Few movies are as quotable, engaging, and culturally relevant as this, so it's no wonder it remains so prevalent in the cultural zeitgeist. Now, sit back, grab your go-to high school brew, and air raid! I, the Thunderous Wizard (@WriterTLK), Capt. Cash, and Bling Blake are paddling freshmen and getting ready to party at the Moon Tower! This Week's Segments: Introduction/Plot Breakdown – It was the last day of school in 1976, a time they'd never forget... if only they could remember! (00:00) Lingering Questions – The Double Turn Podcast signs the commitment pledge, and then we discuss which character would be the best hang. (24:30) The "Alright, Alright, Alright" Trivia Challenge – I challenge the field to trivia about the movie. (45:24) Recommendations – We offer our picks for the week and next up: We conclude Hops and Gridiron Flops with a game of inches on Any Given Sunday! (53:26) And, as always, hit us up on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram to check out all the interesting factoids—the Oral History of the movie and more—from this week's episode! You can find this episode of Hops and Box Office Flops on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Podbean, Spotify, Acast, TuneIn, iHeartRadio, Vurbl, Amazon Music, and more!
Introduction: Hello, movie enthusiasts, and welcome to another exciting episode of "Everyone is a Critic." In Episode 591, we're diving into the world of cinema to explore the latest releases and timeless classics. Get ready for thrilling reviews of "Inside" (2023) and "A Haunting in Venice." We'll also uncover the brilliance of our Undisputed Classic, "Witness for the Prosecution," and take a nostalgic trip back to 1993 with discussions on "The Age of Innocence," "Striking Distance," and "Airborne." Plus, stay tuned for a sneak peek into next week's episode featuring "Flora and Son" and a classic yet to be revealed. In our 1993 segment, we'll explore the release of "Dazed and Confused." But first, let's dive right into this week's episode! Segment 1: New Movie Reviews "Inside" (2023): Prepare for a journey into the unknown as we unravel the mysteries of "Inside." Our hosts will discuss this new release, exploring its thrills, chills, and impact on audiences. "A Haunting in Venice": Next, we'll venture to the hauntingly beautiful Venice as we discuss "A Haunting in Venice." Join us as we analyze the film's atmosphere and storytelling. Segment 2: Classic Cinema Undisputed Classic - "Witness for the Prosecution": In this segment, we shine a spotlight on the classic courtroom drama "Witness for the Prosecution." We'll discuss its enduring appeal, brilliant performances, and its place in cinematic history. Segment 3: Flashback to 1993 "The Age of Innocence": Our hosts delve into Martin Scorsese's "The Age of Innocence," exploring its period drama brilliance, complex characters, and themes of societal norms. "Striking Distance" and "Airborne": Join us for discussions on the action thriller "Striking Distance" and the sports comedy "Airborne," as we reflect on the films' entertainment value and 90s nostalgia. Segment 4: Sneak Peek - Next Week's Delights New Movies: "Flora and Son" Classic - To Be Determined 1993 Segment: "Dazed and Confused" Segment 5: Connect with Us! Stay connected with us on social media and support the show! Website: www.ihatecritics.com Facebook: facebook.com/EveryoneisaCriticPodcast Twitter: twitter.com/criticspod Instagram: instagram.com/criticspod Patreon: patreon.com/criticspod Tee Public Link: teepublic.com/user/criticspod YouTube: youtube.com/criticspod Jeff's Art: jefflassiter.com Sean's Reviews: seanatthemovies.blogspot.com Conclusion: Thank you for joining us for Episode 591 of "Everyone is a Critic." We hope you enjoyed our reviews of "Inside" (2023) and "A Haunting in Venice," as well as our exploration of the classic "Witness for the Prosecution" and our trip back to 1993 with movie discussions. Get ready for next week's episode, where we'll unveil "Flora and Son" and a classic that's yet to be determined. In our 1993 segment, we'll dive into "Dazed and Confused." Connect with us on social media and support the show. Until next time, happy watching!
Not much plot, just vibes. Richard Linklater gives us a look at the teenage years with doses of refreshing honesty, but keep in mind, this movie is still plenty problematic. But maybe that's the point? Matthew McConaughey, Parker Posey, and Ben Affleck star in this time capsule of the teenage years. Jim and A.Ron reflect on the cultural shifts between now and the setting of Dazed and Confused. Hey there! Check out https://support.baldmove.com/ to find out how you can gain access to ALL of our premium content, as well as ad-free versions of the podcasts, for just $5 a month! Join the Club! Join the discussion: Email | Discord | Reddit | Forums Follow us: Twitch | YouTube | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Leave Us A Review on Apple Podcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
When writer / director Seth Ferranti received a twenty-five year LSD kingpin conviction, after faking his suicide and landing on the US Marshals Top-15 Most Wanted list, he thought his life was over. As a first time, non-violent offender, the lengthy sentence attracted media attention from The Washington Post, Rolling Stone, The Washington Times, and others. Turning despair into drive, Ferranti earned an associates, bachelors, and masters degree while in prison and started penning prison and gangster stories for VICE, Don Diva, FEDS, Hoopshype and others. He became a true-crime publisher from the cell block and built a website and publishing house, Gorilla Convict, that documented stories that the mainstream media was not willing to share. In February 2015, after serving 21 years, he was released from the Bureau of Prisons, to seek his fortune. Back in the world Ferranti continued his writing career as a journalist penning pieces for VICE, OZY, The Daily Beast, Dazed, MERRY JANE, and features for Penthouse and Real Crime Magazines, among others. He also embarked on his true passion, filmmaking. Ferranti joined forces with Shawn Rech and Transitions Studios to make WHITE BOY, a top ten Netflix feature documentary on Richard Wershe Jr. Seth also starred in the season one finale of VICE's I WAS A TEENAGE FELON. Modeling himself as the Quentin Tarantino of documentaries, he currently has four documentary projects in production and three in post at his studio OUTLAW FILMS. It appears there is no stopping him…
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30 years later, Richard Linklater's “Dazed and Confused” is even better than you remember. Plus, 2017's “I Am Not A Witch” from Zambian-Welsh director Rungano Nyoni, and the African Cinema Marathon Awards. -Sacred Cow Review: “Dazed and Confused” (04:29) -Next Week / Notes (39:06) -Polls (Linklater, John Carney) (43:05) -African Cinema Marathon #5: “I Am Not A Witch” (56:21) -African Cinema Marathon Awards (01:23:49) (Times may not be precise with ads) Notes/Links: -"Black Girl" Is a Ghost Story https://www.publicbooks.org/sembenes-black-girl-is-a-ghost-story/ Feedback: Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Ask Us Anything and we might answer your question in bonus content. Support us: -Join the Filmspotting Family for bonus episodes and complete archive access. http://filmspottingfamily.com -T-shirts (and more) on sale at the Filmspotting Shop. https://filmspotting.net/shop Contact us: https://letterboxd.com/filmspotting @filmspotting on Threads https://twitter.com/filmspotting https://facebook.com/filmspotting https://letterboxd.com/larsenonfilm @larsenonfilm on Threads https://twitter.com/larsenonfilm https://facebook.com/larsenonfilm Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
As London Fashion Week kicks off, BoF founder and editor-in-chief Imran Amed sits down with four London-based creative talents to explore how the city's rich creative scene stems from its unique cultural diversity and the sense of community and collaboration this provides.Background: With over 300 languages spoken within its city limits — more than any other metropolis — London has cemented its place among the world's most global cities. This has boosted its reputation not only as a creative hub, but also as a source of inspiration for creatives around the world working in sectors from fashion and media to music and art.“London has a rich Diasporic culture, and it's where… you have the opportunity to build a community around you,” says fashion designer Jawara Alleyne. “London, being such a vast city, gives that space [for] these multiple different cultures that are existing on top of each other and inspiring each other and feeding off of each other.”This week on The BoF Podcast, BoF founder and editor-in-chief Imran Amed chats with four exciting Londoners shaping the city's creative scene.Alleyne joins conceptual artist Amber Pinkerton, musician Bradley Miller and Dazed editorial director Kacion Mayers to discuss their experiences of living, working and creating in London and to hear their advice for other creatives looking for their big break. Key Insights:London's history of thriving subcultures has helped create an inclusive community spirit, says Alleyne, where “the people around you actually have a shared experience that you can amplify. You're no longer just speaking for yourself, you're speaking for all of the other groups of people who feel the same way that you feel.”Creatives starting out in London should channel their inner courage, says Pinkerton. “Don't be afraid to approach people or bother them… not being afraid to ask for advice, not being afraid to also get… feedback or criticism about things,” she says. Boldness alone isn't enough, Mayers believes. “You need to really find your community, hone in on that and just work with each other and build on each other and create with each other and stay true to what you want to communicate and what you want to create,” he says. Mayers added that his own London community is a frequent reference in his work. “I always want to reflect back to the community. I always want people to open Dazed and… see things that they can recognise and see things that's aspirational… And I think that's key to a lot of people's success, just being able to reflect a reality,” he says. Miller believes the industries that hindered creatives of colour in the past need to change if they want to remain relevant. “These systems and infrastructures… have to adapt to what we're [industry creatives of colour] doing because this is what's happening right now. For them to be relevant or seem to be functioning, they have to [provide] support in these things that are happening in their city,” says Miller. Additional Resources:Meet the Creative Agency Behind Those Viral Dazed Covers: New School, a agency out of London reps a fast-rising group of tight-knit creatives, including members of the teams behind last fall's Dazed covers featuring Rihanna and Harry Styles, campaigns for Apple and Klarna, and a show for Thebe Magugu. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
University of North Texas (UNT) Coordinator of Percussion Studies Mark Ford returns to talk about getting his undergrad music education degree from East Carolina University (ECU) (03:00), getting his Master's Degree from UNT and following with teaching stints at Murray State (KY) and Middle Tennessee State (10:10), his years teaching at ECU, working with Christopher Deane, the high level NC programs being built in the 1980s and 1990s, and developing Musicon Publications after acquiring the musical rights to Innovative Percussion's catalog (31:30), and finishing with the Random Ass Questions, with segments on new percussion literature, great films, classics of Polish literature, the Green Bay Packers, and driving the wrong direction in California for PASIC (48:35).Finishing with a Rave on the 1993 film Dazed and Confused and the 2018 podcast The Rewatchables: Dazed and Confused (01:20:30).Mark Ford Links:Part 1 with Mark FordMark Ford's UNT webpageMark Ford's Innovative Percussion WebpagePrevious Podcast Guests mentioned:Cort McClaren in 2022Other Links:Harold JonesRobert SchietromaJack Stamp“Sonata for Timpani” - John H. Beck“Two Movements for Marimba” - Toshimitsu Tanaka“Two Mexican Dances” - Gordon StoutConcertino for Marimba and Orchestra - Paul CrestonConcerto for Marimba - Robert KurkaTim PetermanChris CrockarellRow-Loff ProductionsErik JohnsonMassie JohnsonChristopher Deane“Etude for a Quiet Hall” - Christopher DeaneJon MetzgerRon Fink#Marimbababy - Mark FordMusicon Publications“Head Talk” - Mark FordWe're the Millers trailerThis is Spinal Tap trailerAnd There Was Light - Jon MeachemJohn Adams - David McCulloughThe Doll - Boleslaw PrusLearning to Listen: The Jazz Journey of Gary Burton - An Autobiography - Gary BurtonKeiko Abe: A Virtuosic Life - Rebecca KiteBob BeckerTony McCutcheonRaves:Dazed and Confused trailerThe Rewatchables - Dazed and Confused
This is Led Zeppelin at their instrumental peak. March 24, 1973 Offenburg, Germany. This is the 2 source Eddie Edwards release and it is incredible. Like the Japan 1971 tour the Europe 1973 tour is a must hear for all Zep, or even classic rock, fans. We hear SIBLY and Dazed in the podcast.
The Replacements is a fairly derivate football film about a group of underdogs overcoming the odds. It takes elements of Major League, Necessary Roughness, and even the kid-centric Little Giants and throws them into a blender, producing a jumbled blend of bits done better in other movies. Despite all that, The Replacements somehow still works. That is due in large part to the sheer charisma of Keanu Reeves as quarterback Shane Falco and Gene Hackman as old timey coach Jimmy McGinty. Without them, this would just be another hackneyed entry in the sports film pantheon. Even with them, The Replacements struggled to hit its mark upon release. Critics lampooned it as "cliched," penalizing it with 41% on Rotten Tomatoes. And a on a budget of $50 million, it grossed just $50.1 million. But, as I mentioned, it is impossible not to root for Shane Falco—the unlucky lefty who's been given one last shot to conquer his on-field demons. So, sit back, hold onto a Public Pale Ale from DC Brau Brewing with some stickum, and don't cross that picket line! I, the Thunderous Wizard (@WriterTLK), Chumpzilla, Capt. Cash, and Bling Blake are hoping all this pain heals. If it does, the glory will last forever! This Week's Segments: Introduction/Plot Breakdown – Pros on strike. Everyday guys get to play! (00:00) Lingering Questions – The Double Turn Podcast commits several personal fouls, and then we discuss what we love about The Replacements. (32:49) The "Chicks Dig Scars" Trivia Challenge – Bling Blake challenges the field to trivia about the movie. (46:42) Recommendations – We offer our picks for the week and next up: We continue Hops and Gridiron Flops with the high school stoner classic, Dazed and Confused! (54:09) And, as always, hit us up on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram to check out all the interesting factoids—the actual Year of the Scab and more—from this week's episode! You can find this episode of Hops and Box Office Flops on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Podbean, Spotify, Acast, TuneIn, iHeartRadio, Vurbl, Amazon Music, and more!
Jacqueline Castel is an internationally award-winning director, screenwriter, and curator based in NYC. Her short film work has been featured at more than fifty festivals worldwide, including Sundance, SXSW, Rotterdam, BAMcinemaFest, Sitges, and Fantasia. She has written for and directed cult auteurs John Carpenter and Jim Jarmusch, and collaborated on a film with David Lynch for his Festival of Disruption in 2018. Her most recent short film, a portrait of Cannes award-winning actor Caleb Landry Jones, debuted on NOWNESS in 2021. Castel's work has appeared in The New York Times, The BBC, Dazed, VICE, Italian Vogue, Interview Magazine, and on AMC's Shudder. She earned her BFA with honors at the Tisch School of the Arts at NYU. My Animal is her feature film debut. artistdecoded.com jacquelinecastel.com instagram.com/jacquelinecastel myanimalfilm.com
Etiquette, manners, and beyond! This week, Nick and Leah are enjoying a well-deserved break, but they'll be back next week with an all-new episode. In the meantime, here's one of their favorite episodes from the archives in which they tackle using bidets properly, living with others in dorm rooms, withholding pony rides from guests, and much more. Please follow us! (We'd send you a hand-written thank you note if we could.) Have a question for us? Call or text (267) CALL-RBW or visit ask.wyrbw.com EPISODE CONTENTS AMUSE-BOUCHE: Bidets A QUESTION OF ETIQUETTE: Dorm Rooms QUESTIONS FROM THE WILDERNESS: Are you obligated to talk to fellow passengers on an airplane? Should I let my guests know there won't be pony rides at my child's birthday party? VENT OR REPENT: Matthew McConaughey t-shirts, Riding Amtrak CORDIALS OF KINDNESS: Thanks to great Lyft drivers, Thanks for brunch THINGS MENTIONED DURING THE SHOW Dinner scene from "When Harry Met Sally..." Matthew McConaughey in "Dazed and Confused" YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO... Support our show through Patreon Subscribe and rate us 5 stars on Apple Podcasts Call, text, or email us your questions Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter Visit our official website Sign up for our newsletter Buy some fabulous official merchandise CREDITS Hosts: Nick Leighton & Leah Bonnema Producer & Editor: Nick Leighton Theme Music: Rob Paravonian ADVERTISE ON OUR SHOW Click here for details TRANSCRIPT Episode 156 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Everybody Wants Supper!! This week, the boys are back and ready to play ball. Your hosts discuss the good, the bad and the weird of baseball media. Fond memories are shared. More memories are made and the national passtime is celebrated. Dan Cortez is also discussed in 2023 somehow. Then, the boys review the 2016 Richard Linklater film, "Everybody Wants Some!!," a spiritual sequel to both "Dazed and Confused" and "Boyhood." It has everything -- short shorts, end credit raps, stoner chat, Twilight Zone tapes and everything else, but very little baseball. All this plus Parker decieves his wife, Sean fails to decieve Parker, Tom from Adelaide calls in and so much more! Direct Donloyd And don't forget to join the Patreon for the new, hit bonus podcast, The Bookhouse Boys, where everyone likes David Lynch!
In this preview of our patron-exclusive episode on Dazed and Confused, the BTS team shares their initial reactions to the film. Listen to the full episode over on the Beyond the Screenplay Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/beyondthescreenplayFind us on TwitterBeyond the Screenplay:
Imagining how the show would sound if it were generated by AI; Origins of Matthew McConaughey's "alright, alright, alright" line from Dazed and Confused; Feeney forgets the show is audio-based and not video-based and shows Raven and Rich Donald Trump's mugshot; RIP Terry Funk and Windham Rotunda, aka Bray Wyatt; Husband/Wife death pacts; MJF needs some wrestling fans; Impact Wrestling partners with NJPW for a multiverse show; Feeney doesn't care about wrestling anymore; Were there any good Terminator films after T2? How Rich and Feeney handle online haters; Raven has the master key to handling the online wrestling community; How groundswell support really works; Raven has a big winning weekend from his UFC betting, and we look ahead at his future picks; Raven, Feeney and Rich give everyone a glimpse into the complicated world of adulting; Raven shares a story about the first time he met Ric Flair and what he liked most about Terry Funk; The complicated puzzle of making friends, and of course, all the usual perversions. Follow the guys on Twitter!Raven - @theRavenEffectRich - @RichBocchiniFeeney - @jffeeney3rdGet Raven trading cards by going to beaujay.com - buy early and oftenAsk Danna on ebay is selling a bunch of Raven's old comics and other goods, go buy Raven's stuff. Check out the store at https://www.ebay.com/str/askdannaHave Raven say things that you want him to say, either for yourself or for someone you want to talk big-game shit to by going to www.cameo.com/ravenprime1If you want all the uncensored goodness AND watch The Raven Effect, sign up for Patreon by going to www.patreon.com/TheRavenEffect it's only $5 a month!This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5166640/advertisement