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I was going to call this episode "Police songs" but people will thing it is about the Sting-led trio. It is a show of cop songs, fuzz tunes, the heat, the shield...Anyway, you will hear songs from Radiohead, Duran Duran, The Model Rockets, Thompson Twins, Falco, Alpinestars, Get Back Guinozzi, Supergrass, The Donnas, The Shadows, Rhythm Heritage, Big Country, The Clash, The Boys, Red Hot Chili Peppers, The Ventures. On the Air on Bedford 105.1 FM Radio *** 5pm Friday *** *** 10am Sunday *** *** 8pm Monday *** Stream live at http://220.127.116.11:8178/stream Stream on-demand most recent episodes at https://wbnh1051.podbean.com/category/suburban-underground/ And available on demand on your favorite podcast app! Twitter: @SUBedford1051 *** Facebook: SuburbanUndergroundRadio *** Instagram: SuburbanUnderground *** #newwave #altrock #alternativerock #punkrock #indierock
Host Chuck Da Fonk finds himself overwhelmed with music business consulting work, jammed up with end of month contracts to complete. While he labors away, he opts to bring you a mix that he recorded while tidying up his client work. No kibitzing on this FSQ episode just a special deep dive on some of the best tunes from Holy Ghost!, plus an extended listen to new releases including a brilliant Balearic Music for Dreams compilation, a fresh Liam Mockridge remix package, Charlie Soul Clap xTom Trago's 'Compassa', and Duran Duran's recent Halloween 2023 EP. Plus hot fire new tracks from Ray Mang, Session Victim, Barbara, and Marci. Tune into new broadcasts of FSQ, Thursday from 3 - 6 PM EST / 8 - 11 PM GMT.For more info visit: https://thefaceradio.com/fsq///Dig this show? Please consider supporting The Face Radio: http://support.thefaceradio.com Support The Face Radio with PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/thefaceradio. Join the family at https://plus.acast.com/s/thefaceradio. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Season 4, Episode 75We've reviewed previous works for both of our artists on this episode, but we love it when they release new material. Up first is the latest from Duran Duran, 2023's Danse Macabre. It's a fun Halloween themed album with old songs revisited, new songs and a number of covers. Up next are two 2023 EPs from The Ocean Blue: Ayn and Denmark. These aren't exactly new, but you'll have to listen to the episode to find out more. As for music news, we have UK tour news for Lightning Seeds, the passing of Lars Williams, the saxophone player for The Psychedelic Furs and an extended discussion of attending the inaugural Darker Waves festival. Duran Duran:https://duranduran.com/The Ocean Blue:https://www.theoceanblue.com/Enjoy the podcast? How about buying us a cup of coffee? https://www.buymeacoffee.com/newwavemusicOffside Apparel http://offsideapparel.comUse NEWWAVE at checkout for 10% off your order! Exp. 12/31/23Support the show
In Part 1, we meet and get to know a bit about Traci's past. She grew up in Modesto. Her dad's family is Puerto Rican and they arrived in the Central Valley from the East Bay. Traci's mom's mom came to California via Mexico and Spain, while her mom's dad is Native American, Cherokee to be exact. That man, Traci's grandpa, his mom had three sets of kids from three men, but grandpa didn't talk about that. Traci is an only child. She and her family visited the East Bay when she was a kid, but they didn't really come to San Francisco. Traci says her impression of the East Bay is that it was like Modesto, but more crowded and noisier. Sometime after the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake, Traci came to The City to go to SF State, where she graduated from the school's BECA program around 4.5 years later. She says that the decision where to go to college ultimately came down to SF State or Sac State. But in the end, she wanted to be in SF. She and friends had been coming to The City to see shows and concerts. Here, she rattles off quite an impressive list of bands she saw back then, including Duran Duran at The Fillmore. At State, Traci lived in the dorms, which, after the quake, were showing obvious signs of damage. To her young mind, it didn't matter. She was where she wanted to be. She had always loved the fog, most likely owing to the intense summer heat in Modesto. While in school, she worked around town in cafes and restaurants. After graduation, she had saved up enough money to buy a one-way ticket to Madrid. She travelled around Europe a bit for a year, then came back to SF and worked various jobs. Then, a year later, Traci picked up again and went to Australia, this time on a round-trip ticket. We end Part 1 with some of Traci's fondest memories of New Zealand and the ways that that island nation compare to California. Photography by Michelle Kilfeather
This week on The Metro, Rev. Jeff Ivins brings you the following bands for your weekly time warp to the 1980s: Alphaville, Strawberry Switchblade, Modern Talking, Josie Cotton, When In Rome, Fools, 1927, Uncanny X-Men, The Go-Go’s, Bluebells, Pet Shop Boys, Tommy Tutone, Duran Duran, Pretenders, and finishing off with some Men Without Hats.
"Wow! What a view!" "To a KILL!" We watched "A View to a Kill" with special guest Garrett Mitchell and this is now officially a Grace Jones appreciation podcast. With twenty five James Bond films to choose from, we thought long and hard about which one to cover here at MTMUG. Daniel Craig emerging from the sea like Ursula Andress before him in "Casino Royale" was hard to ignore, but the siren song of a platinum blonde Christopher Walken, the gorgeous "Sheena" herself Tanya Roberts and the ICON Grace Jones made "A View to a Kill" a no brainer. Walken's tech-bro villain has aspirations of monoplizing the Silicon Valley by way of a "double earthquake" and floods, but thats not why were here. Jones as the first ever hench-Woman May Day is serving looks, spouting quips and perfoming feats of strength that had us screaming "Mother!" every time she was on screen. Okay, we can talk about Roger Moore playing Bond for the Seventh(!) and final time. For 57 years young, Moore was still turning it out as Bond. He more than made up for a lack of chemistry with his leading Bond girl with some great scenes with Grace. And we can't forget the killer theme song by Duran Duran - pure 80's new wave radness! Thanks for listening and don't forget to subscribe, rate and review us on Apple Podcasts! www.patreon.com/moviesthatmadeusgay Facebook/Instagram: @moviesthatmadeusgay Twitter: @MTMUGPod Scott Youngbauer: Twitter @oscarscott / Instagram @scottyoungballer Peter Lozano: Twitter/Instagram @peterlasagna
Apologies for not releasing an episode last month, I've been putting the finishing touches to my new office as well as gigging and recording with my bands, so I didn't have the time to get anything done, in fact I had to postpone a few interviews because of it all which is a reflection of how little time I've had. I'm back now though to let you know what's been going on and what you can expect on the next episode, which will be released next week. The news in this episode revolves around festival line up announcements, tour date announcements and cancellations, new album announcements, the controversy around the buy-out and subsequent lay-offs at Bandcamp, guitarist Jeff Schroeder quitting The Smashing Pumpkins, blink-182 playing a gig in a diner, Blondie's Chris Stein releasing an autobiography, Rat Scabies re-joining The Damned, and Shane MacGowan's ongoing health issues. Singles and EPs by Millie Manders and the Shut Up, Feeder, Cherym, The Sleeping Souls, Bad Cop/Bad Cop, IDLES, Alkaline Trio, Sleaford Mods, Sigrid, Bob Vylan, Grade 2, The Beatles, Deap Valley, Pendulum, and Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes are reviewed. Album reviews include: The Darker The Shadow The Brighter The Light by The Streets, Paint My Bedroom Black by Holly Humberstone, We Stand Against You by Mondo Generator, Be Lucky by Death Of Guitar Pop, Doom Loop by Dream Nails, Angst Music by Laurie Black, Hackney Diamonds by Rolling Stones, One More Time... by blink-182, Danse Macabre by Duran Duran, History Books by The Gaslight Anthem, 2RUFF, Vol. 1 by Chase & Status, and the sublime Theatre of the Absurd presents C'est La Vie by Madness. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week Bernie and Lisa are joined by Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductee and legendary Duran Duran drummer, Roger Taylor. Roger graciously spent some of his downtime chatting with us, not only about his role in Duran Duran but what's important to him outside of the band. We dive into the new album, “Danse Macabre”, explore his favorite tracks, and the creative magic behind them. This is not just an episode, it's a backstage pass! lnk.bio/DuranDuran duranduran.com ********************************* Hungry for more? Check us out at isbreakfast.com *********************************
We are reviewing the 80s songs bracket. Please let us know what song should be number one. Here's the bracket: Party All the Time by Eddie Murphy (1985)Never Too Much by Luther Vandross (1981)Purple Rain by Prince (1984)Thriller by Michael Jackson (1982)Working for the Weekend by Loverboy (1981)Livin' On A Prayer by Bon Jovi (1986)Everybody Have Fun Tonight by Wang Chung (1986)Pour Some Sugar on Me by Def Leppard (1987)My Prerogative by Bobby Brown (1988)Hungry Like the Wolf by Duran Duran (1982)What I Like About You By The Romantics (1980)Billie Jean By Michael Jackson (1984)Down Under by Men at Work (1982)"When Doves Cry" by Prince (1984)"Only in My Dreams" by Debbie Gibson (1987)"I Can't Go For That (No Can Do)" by Hall & Oates (1981)"Start Me Up" by The Rolling Stones (1981)"Sweet Child O' Mine" by Guns N' Roses (1987)"Cars" by Gary Numan (1980)"Like a Virgin" by Madonna (1984)"You Got It (The Right Stuff" by New Kids on the Block (1988)"Walk This Way" by Run-D.M.C. (1986)"Walking on Sunshine" by Katrina and the Waves (1983)"You Shook Me All Night Long" by AC/DC (1980)"Wild Thing" by Tone Loc (1989)"Don't Stop Believing" by Journey (1981)"Brass in Pocket" by The Pretenders (1980)"How Will I Know" by Whitney Houston (1985)"Ain't Nobody" by Chaka Khan (1989)"With or Without You" by U2 (1987)"Rock Me Amadeus" by Falco (1986)"Walk Like an Egyptian" by The Bangles (1986)"I Want Candy" by Bow Wow Wow (1982)"Jump" by Van Halen (1984)"Addicted to Love" by Robert Palmer (1985)"Need You Tonight" by INXS (1987)"All Night Long (All Night) by Lionel Richie (1983)"Here I Go Again" by Whitesnake (1982)"Kiss" by Prince (1986)"Come on Eileen" by Dexy's Midnight Runners (1982)"Tempted" by Squeeze (1981)"Time After Time" by Cyndi Lauper (1984)"Word Up!" by Cameo (1986)"Jessie's Girl" by Rick Springfield (1981)"It Takes Two" by Rob Base & DJ E-Z Rock (1986)"Beat It" by Michael Jackson (1982)"Don't You Want Me?" by Human League (1981)"Just Like Heaven" by The Cure (1987)"Call Me" by Blondie (1980)"Girls Just Want to Have Fun" by Cyndi Lauper (1984)"Candy Girl" by New Edition (1983)"Take on Me" by A-Ha (1985)"She Blinded Me With Science" by Thomas Dolby (1982)"Our Lips Are Sealed" by The Go-Go's"Little Red Corvette" by Prince (1983)"Welcome to the Jungle" by Guns-N-Roses (1987)"Faith" by George Michael (1987)"Too Shy" by Kajagoogoo (1984)"99 Luftballons" by Nena (1983)"Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go" by Wham! (1984)One Thing Leads to Another" by The Fixx (1983)"Burning Down the House" by Talking Heads (1983)"Super Freak" by Rick James (1981)"Love Is a Battlefield" by Pat Benatar (1983)"I Love Rock N' Roll" by Joan Jett and The Black Hearts (1981)"Under Pressure" by Queen and David Bowie (1981)"It's the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine)" by R.E.M (1987)"Sister Christian" by Night Ranger (1983)"Fight the Power" by Public Enemy (1988)"Tainted Love" by Soft Cell (1981)"Keep on Loving You" by REO Speedwagon (1980)"Every Rose Has Its Thorn" by Poison (1988) "Just Can't Get Enough" by Depeche Mode (1981)"In the Air Tonight" by Phil Collins (1981)"I Want to Know What Love Is" by Foreigner (1984)"867-5309/Jenny" by Tommy Tutone (1981)"Straight Up" by Paula Abdul (1988)"Janie's Got a Gun" by Aerosmith (1989)"Whip It" by Devo (1980)She a beauty by the tubes"Take My Breath Away" by Berlin (1986)"I Melt With You" by Modern English (1982)"Mr. Roboto" by Styx (1983)"Love Shack" by The B-52's (1989)"Bust a Move" by Young M.C (1989)"Dr. Feelgood" by Mötley Crüe (1989)"Jack & Diane" by John Mellencamp (1982)"London Calling" by The Clash (1982)"Do You Really Want to Hurt Me" by Culture Club (1982)Look of Love by ABC (1982)"Mickey" by Toni Basil (1981)"Cruel Summer" by Bananarama (1984)"Total Eclipse of the Heart" by Bonnie Tyler (1983)"Nasty" by Janet Jackson (1986)"I Ran (So Far Away)" by A Flock of Seagulls (1982)"Every Breath You Take" by The Police (1983)"Push It" by Salt-N- Pepa (1986)"We're Not Gonna Take It" by Twisted Sister (1984) --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mass-debaters/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/mass-debaters/support
From the Ingles Studio this is your news minute on the Cherokee Tribune Ledger Podcast presented by The BG AD Group. Today is Monday, November 20thand I'm Keith Ippolito. Wing and Rock Fest Returning to Canton in March The Wing and Rock Fest is set to return to Etowah River Park in Canton on March 23 and 24. The festivities, running from noon to 7 p.m. on the first day and noon to 6 p.m. on the second day, will feature over 25 wing vendors offering a variety of flavors. Attendees can enjoy a hot wing eating contest and choose from craft beer and cocktails. Live music performances include hits from the 90s grunge era, a Duran Duran tribute, and a Guns N' Roses tribute by Nightrain International. The event will cater to all ages, with kids' activities in the "Kids Zone." More details can be found at www.wingandrockfest.com. For more news about our community, visit tribuneledgernews.com. For the Tribune Ledger Podcast I'm Keith Ippolito. www.bgpodcastnetwork.com www.ingles-markets.com www.henssler.com www.darbyfuneralhome.com www.esogrepair.com #NewsPodcast #CurrentEvents #TopHeadlines #BreakingNews #PodcastDiscussion #PodcastNews #InDepthAnalysis #NewsAnalysis #PodcastTrending #WorldNews #LocalNews #GlobalNews #PodcastInsights #NewsBrief #PodcastUpdate #NewsRoundup #WeeklyNews #DailyNews #PodcastInterviews #HotTopics #PodcastOpinions #InvestigativeJournalism #BehindTheHeadlines #PodcastMedia #NewsStories #PodcastReports #JournalismMatters #PodcastPerspectives #NewsCommentary #PodcastListeners #NewsPodcastCommunity #NewsSource #PodcastCuration #WorldAffairs #PodcastUpdates #AudioNews #PodcastJournalism #EmergingStories #NewsFlash #PodcastConversations #podcast #podcasts #podcaster #podcastlife #podcastshow #podcasting #podcasters #podcastersofinstagram #itunes #applepodcasts #spotifypodcast #soundcloud #youtube #radio #radioshow #comedy #music #hiphop #art #entrepreneur #covid #motivation #interview #repost #loveSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Planet LP host Ted Asregadoo and Popdose writer Keith Creighton are inching closer to the end of the year with the November New Music Report. This episode is jam-packed with some stellar music recommendations just in time for the holidays. Segment One: The Big Album It's Prince! Known at various times as The Purple One, Christopher, His Royal Badness, The Artist, or Jamie Starr, Prince was at the top of his game between 1980 and 1987 with an impressive music output that few in the music world could match. Why? Because of The Vault. A prolific writer, Prince vaulted roughly 8,000 songs. In 1991, after a series of lackluster albums, Prince released “Diamonds and Pearls” with his new backing band, the New Power Generation. The result was his fifth (and final) #1 hit in the US with “Cream,” a #3 hit with the title track, and two top 20 hits with “Gett Off” and Money Don't Matter 2 Night.” Overall, “Diamonds and Pearls” was an absolute commercial success for Prince. On October 27, 2023, Sony released a super deluxe version with three CDs of vaulted tracks, a double live album, a remaster of the original record, and a disc with singles and different mixes. That's a lot of music, and Ted and Keith break it all down into digestible bits to highlight what's brilliant about the super deluxe edition, what's good, and what misses the mark. Segment Two: New Music Releases The Transcanada Highwaymen's “Explosive Hits Vol #1 is mostly a carefully curated album of cover songs popular in the 1970s. These are Mellow and Radio Gold songs sung by a supergroup consisting of Moe Berry from The Pursuit of Happiness, Chris Murphy from Sloan, Craig Morthey from Odds, and Steven Page formerly of the Barenaked Ladies, but has gone on to a fantastic solo career. Featured songs include their cover of Andy Kim's “Rock Me Gently, and “Which Way You Goin' Billy” by The Poppy Family. Samples of both songs are embedded in this episode. Lol Tolhurst (former drummer from The Cure), Budgie (from Siouxsie & The Banshees), and producer Jackknife Lee have created a cinematic mindscrew of an album entitled “Los Angles.” Orchestral Maneuvers in the Dark are back with what will likely be the final album of their career, and boy what a way to go out! Nowhere on the record are songs that sound like their biggest US hit, “If You Leave.” Rather, as Keith says, this is a soundtrack for the end of the world. Ted compares “Bauhaus Staircase” to Tears for Fears' “The Tipping Point” for its strength, its familiarity at times, and the satisfying way it's all put together. Duran Duran is back with Dance Macabre, a Halloween-theme mashup of covers, updated obscure deep cuts, and some originals. Also, guitarist Andy Taylor returns to the group, and so does the drummer of 17 years with the band, Warren Cuccrullo. If you want to go on a journey with a musician who is a bit of an acquired taste, give Christian Kjellvander a try. “Hold Your Love Still” may not be for everyone, but once you become familiar with Kjellvander's voice, you'll find this record mesmerizing — as you will hear. Nat Jay's latest EP, “Turns Out It's Not The End” is one of Keith's favorites this year. Comparing her to an outlier star to Taylor Swift's galaxy-consuming supernova, Jay's song “Something More” could have been included in the new Hunger Games soundtrack — and you'll be able to hear why. Shplang! has been on the music scene for almost three decades, and is part of the International Pop Overthrow scene. Their latest song, “Understood” is featured in this episode. Segment Three: Stream It Before You Buy It Quick hit recommendations. "Pretty Vicious" by The Struts “Telephone Line” by Juliana Hatfield “New Blue Sun” by Andre 3000 “Revisions of Truth” by One Square Mile “Chronicles of a Diamond” by Black Pumas “Can't Find The Brakes” by Dirty Honey “Purple Rain” by Dolly Parton “Harridan” (Live) by Porcupine Tree
One of the most innovative and iconic bands really gets the ball rolling - and leans hard on some under appreciated bandmates. And the kings of New Wave work some black magic on it. Psycho Killer, originally by Talking Heads, covered by Duran Duran featuring Victoria De Angelis. In honor of David Byrne's French accent, outro music is Prisencolinensinainciusol, by Adriano Celentano. He's an Italian musician who wrote and performed the song to sound English, even though it has no actual English in it. Because he had big ideas too.
Comment le chanteur et acteur français se révèle-t-il dans son autobiographie « Et moi, et moi, et moi » ? Quel regard Robbie Williams porte-t-il sur sa carrière dans le documentaire que lui consacre Netflix ? Quelle belle reprise de Billie Eilish propose Duran Duran ? Sur quel duo formidable peut compter David Fincher pour la BO de « The Killer » ? Quelle belle surprise nous réserve le groupe bruxellois « The Recorders » ? Toutes les réponses sont dans « La semaine des 5 heures » de ce jeudi 16 novembre
Internationally-renowned DJ Samantha Michelle joins Trying To Figure It Out this week from New York City. Music has always been my passion, so I am so excited to bring you today's episode. Samantha tells the story of how she wound up on aux one night at a club and which song she played that eventually led to the start of her music career. Samantha has since opened for Duran Duran, Mark Ronson, and Miley Cyrus, and she shares what it's like performing with such legends. We discuss common assumptions about DJing and talk about drug use in the space, sexism that Samantha's experienced while working, and what she'll tell you if you request Wu-Tang Clan when she's playing a disco set. This is an inspiring conversation about stepping into your creativity, finding your voice, and feeling empowered to lead the life that you want to live. Also available as a video podcast on YouTube. Follow me on TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@allypetitti?lang=en Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/allypetitti/ Al P's Three: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/27My1AtDVYwrb7kM0Ilqm2?si=2a70434127aa4519&nd=1 Host: Ally Petitti Producer/Editor: Eliza Laycock Camera/Audio: Ilja Maran and Nathan Sacharow Research: Jillian Himmelwright Additional Support: Kayla Cunningham
The spring series continues with another special guest, my good friend Snarky Platypus, in a wide-ranging and sometimes disturbing conversation.We talk about the weather, Duran Duran, Amanda Vanstone, who's the real arsehole in Peep Show, digital nomads in Bali, the Sydney suburb of Vaucluse, the Bored Ape Yacht Club, Vaucluse, having an "accountability partner" who sees what's on your phone, multiculturalism, whether "OnlyFans growth" is a real job, and this week's Optus failure.Full podcast details and credits at:https://the9pmedict.com/edict/00204/Please support this podcast by pledging your support to The 9pm Summer Series 2023 by 30 November.https://the9pmedict.com/summer2023If you miss that deadline, you can always throw a few dollars into the tip jar at:https://the9pmedict.com/tip/https://skank.com.au/subscribe/
Duran Duran's John Taylor and Rob Lowe definitely shared some Teen Beat magazine covers back in the day! In this episode, John Taylor joins Rob Lowe to discuss the spooky new Duran Duran album, “Danse Macabre,” what it's like to record a James Bond theme song, John's experience moving to Los Angeles, and much more. Got a question for Rob? Call our voicemail at (323) 570-4551. Your voicemail could get featured on the show!
Duran Duran recently released their brand new Holloween-themed album called Danse Macabre. With three new music tracks, covers including songs from Billie Eilish and Rolling Stones, and reimagined older Duran Duran materials, the panel is mixed. Listen to the podcast as myself Mark Lloyd, music producer Phil Pendlebury, vocalist Louise Shufflebotham, and drummer extraordinaire Eddie Parsons, take a listen to the tracks and give our take at Danse Macabre. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
As broadcast October 26, 2023 with lots of action on the way this Friday! As one of the busiest periods of new music wraps up in the calendar year, we get to our usual funk punk soul rock smorgasbord with Dan Lloyd polishing off the meal with our AMPED rock feature for this week. Great new tunes out from Terrace Martin, Quantic, Kraak & Smaak, IDLES, and King Gizzard to get you warmed up for the weekend, and plenty of background to the foreground for the factual actuals out there.#feelthegravitySampled & AMPED with Dan Lloyd10.26.2023Sampled Funk & SoulPart 1 (00:00)Quantic feat Connie Constance – Get In The RideKraak & Smaak feat IVAR & Berenice Van Leer – Naked (Jitwam remix)Maiiah & The Angels of Libra – Please Come HomeSir Romy – BeautyFela Kuti – Stalemate (edit) Part 2 (30:54)Devon Gilfillian – Love You Anyway (stripped)Terrace Martin & Alex Isley – Glad I Found YouKendra Morris – Fine Right HereDayme Arocena feat Rafa Pabon – Suave y PegaoJNTHN STEIN feat Lyves – Higher PlacesAmanda Whiting – Discarded (Scrimshire remix) AMPED with Dan LloydPart 3 (59:35)Green Day – The American Dream Is Killing MeIdles – Dancer (ft. LCD Soundsystem)Taking Back Sunday – S'OldCrime in Stereo – GoliathetteDuran Duran – Psycho Killer (Talking Heads cover)Carpool Tunnel – Everything Will Change Part 4 (88:35)DragonForce – Power of the TriforceKing Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard – SetJoystick – BoxesLetters to Cleo – Bad ManFeeder – Playing With FireBuck Meek – Haunted Mountain
Welcome back to Guess the Year! This is an interactive, competitive podcast series where you will be able to play along and compete against your fellow listeners. Here is how the scoring works:1 point: get the year correct within 10 years (e.g., you guess 1975 and it is between 1965-1985)4 points: get the year correct within 5 years (e.g., you guess 2004 and it is between 1999-2009)7 points: get the year correct within 2 years (e.g., you guess 1993 and it is between 1991-1995)10 points: get the year dead on!Guesses can be emailed to email@example.comI will read your scores out on the following episode, along with the scores of your fellow listeners! Please email your guesses to Andrew no later than 12pm EST on the day the next episode posts if you want them read out on the episode (e.g., if an episode releases on Monday, then I need your guesses by 12pm EST on Wednesday; if an episode releases on Friday, then I need your guesses by 12 pm EST on Monday). Note: If you don't get your scores in on time, they will still be added to the overall scores I am keeping. So they will count for the final scores - in other words, you can catch up if you get behind, you just won't have your scores read out on the released episode. All I need is your guesses (e.g., Song 1 - 19xx, Song 2 - 20xx, Song 3 - 19xx, etc.). Please be honest with your guesses! Best of luck!!The answers to today's ten songs can be found below. If you are playing along, don't scroll down until you have made your guesses. .....Have you made your guesses yet? If so, you can scroll down and look at the answers......Okay, answers coming. Don't peek if you haven't made your guesses yet!.....Intro song: American Pie by Don McLean (1971)Song 1: Kiss It Goodbye by Beloved (2003)Song 2: Right Here, Right Now by Jesus Jones (1990)Song 3: Not My Will by Tribute Quartet (2020)Song 4: You Can't Hurry Love by The Supremes (1966)Song 5: Runaround Sue by Dion (1961)Song 6: Roots and Wings by The Wallflowers (2021)Song 7: You Are the Reason by Calum Scott (2018)Song 8: Hungry Like the Wolf by Duran Duran (1982)Song 9: Go Rest High On That Mountain by Vince Gill (1994)Song 10: Go It Alone by Beck (2005)
Remember Remember the 5th November! Today on The Graham Norton Radio Show with Waitrose:Dolly Alderton has a brand new book, Good Material.Duran Duran's Simon Le Bon has a new album out and some exciting news for next year.Show Chef Martha is all ready for Guy Fawkes…And Maria and Graham solve a couple dilemmas in Graham's Guide.There's more exciting content on our YouTube, just look up @VirginRadioUK! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Que raconte ce portrait d'un gastronome incarné par Benoît Magimel ? Avec quelle musicienne Duran Duran revisite-t-il un classique de Talking Heads ? Quels sont les atouts du biopic sur l'Abbé Pierre ? A quoi ressemble un morceau de Joe Jackson chanté par Seal et produit par Trevor Horn ? Pourquoi le biopic sur Florence Arthaud est-il problématique ? Quel bel hommage rend Dominique A à Daniel Darc ? Quel est le lauréat du Mercury Prize en Grande-Bretagne ? Toutes les réponses sont dans « La semaine des 5 heures » de ce lundi 6 novembre
----more----Episode 166: Nile Rodgers Interview Songwriter, composer, producer, Hall of Famer and living legend; with over 500 million albums sold worldwide, true music royalty comes to INXS: Access all Areas. From the dance funk, riffs and rhythms of Chic to the production genius with Bowie, INXS, Duran Duran, Jagger, Thompson Twins, B-52's, GraceJones , Bryan Ferry, Jeff Beck, Daft Punk and Beyoncé, talent and work ethic have never been so aligned. Ladies & Gentlemen, we present to you “Nile Rodgers”! Love and peace https://www.inxsaccessallareas.com/ http://nilerodgers.com/ https://www.change.org/p/induct-inxs
Welcome back to another episode of Trve. Cvlt. Pop! the music podcast. This week Steve and Gaz are at it again... when we say "at it" we meant rounding up a big 'ol load of releases from the past month. Firstly, blimey, there is a new Beatles song to talk about, who saw that coming?! We also look at the latest releases from Casisdead, The Gaslight Anthem, The Rolling Stones, Sufjan Stevens, Creeper, DJ Shadow, Barry Can't Swim, The Menzingers, Crosses, The Streets, Muriel, Paramore, Duran Duran, Sampha, Earl Sweatshirt and The Alchemist and Bad Rabbits. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
There was a time when listening to an entire album from beginning to end was a thing that people did. We liked it. We loved it! Dadgummit! The artist often put care into the ordering of the tracks on an album, including the song that ended the album. In this episode, a stack of songs that close albums. Steve has judged these songs to be exceptional album closers. He'll explain why. You will hear songs from the artists: The Donnas, Kate Bush , Echo And The Bunnymen, Duran Duran, INXS, The Cure, U2, Arctic Monkeys, Gorillaz, The Damned, Gin Blossoms, The Replacements, The Beatles. On the Air on Bedford 105.1 FM Radio *** 5pm Friday *** *** 10am Sunday *** *** 8pm Monday *** Stream live at http://18.104.22.168:8178/stream Stream on-demand most recent episodes at https://wbnh1051.podbean.com/category/suburban-underground/ And available on demand on your favorite podcast app! Twitter: @SUBedford1051 *** Facebook: SuburbanUndergroundRadio *** Instagram: SuburbanUnderground *** #newwave #altrock #alternativerock #punkrock #indierock
Welcome to our annual October Halloween chapter! Each year, we choose a scary theme to celebrate the season, and this year is death. Justin and Ed spin some great tracks and explore how different artists treat the finality of life. We've got some big names in this one, ranging from Type O Negative to David Bowie to Wumspcut! Send your listener submissions/ suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org! The Arcane Machine is a monthly show with supplemental content on Facebook, Twitter, and Discord throughout each month. If you like what you hear, please visit the artists' pages linked below and buy some music! Social Media: The Belfry: A Home for Dark Culture: The Belfry is the home of excellent podcast Cemetery Confessions, plus interviews, art, and other podcasts rooted deeply in dark/ alternative lifestyles. Join our Facebook group for discussion and bonus content: https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheArcaneMachine/ Follow The Arcane Machine on Twitter: @arcane_machine Follow The Arcane Machine on Instagram: @the_arcane_machine The Tracklist: 1 – “Die in Winter” by Wumpscut from the album Bunkertor 7 (1995) (Bandcamp) 2 – “Your Funeral, My Trial” by Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds from the album Your Funeral… My Trial (1986) (Website) 3 – “Wasteland” by Destroid from the album The Invasion (2013) (YouTube Channel) 4 – “Dr. Online” by Zeromancer from the album Eurotrash (2001) (Website) 5 – “The Darlings of Lumberland” by They Might Be Giants from the album Nanobots (2013) (Website) 6 – “Red Water (Christmas Mourning)” by Type O Negative from the album October Rust (1996) (Website) 7 – “Danse Macabre” by Duran Duran from the album Danse Macabre (2023) (Website) 8 – “Lazarus” by David Bowie from the album Blackstar (2016) (Website)
“Glastonbury, I want to play Glastonbury… and it's got to be the pyramid stage.” Simon Le Bon tells Nihal about what he loves about being in a band, how to manage being a rock star and having some sort of balance in life… and the things he still wants to accomplish with Duran Duran.
Fernando Neira nos descubre la historia detrás de Duran Duran y otros grupos con nombres repetidos. Además, nos acompaña María Peláe con su último disco 'Al baño María'. Los oyentes nos cuentan sus historias musicales particulares y descubrimos algunos estrenos musicales.
To mark Halloween, Duran Duran have released Danse Macabre, a “spooky concept” album. Samira talks to Simon Le Bon and John Taylor about working with Nile Rogers, covering The Specials' Ghost Town and taking pop music seriously. This evening Filkin's Drift play the last of almost 50 concerts, concluding their two month that has seen them travel 870 miles…on foot. The duo has walked from gig to gig, carrying their instruments. As they reach Chepstow they tell Samira about their approach to sustainable touring and how this connects with ancient Welsh bardic tradition. Born in 1923, the artist Dobrivoje Beljkasic found refuge in Bristol after the outbreak of the Bosnian War. His daughter Dee Smart and author Priscilla Morris celebrate his life and legacy on the centenary of his birth, marked by a new exhibition in Sarajevo. George Orwell's seminal Nineteen Eighty-Four continues to occupy a lauded, and sometimes controversial, position in political discourse and popular culture three-quarters of a century after it was first written. Sandra Newman discusses reimagining the story from the perspective of Winston Smith's underwritten lover in her new novel, Julia.
Christina Sharpe grew up in New York City, mostly on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Growing up in a household where music was always being played and appreciated, Christina took her love of jazz and soul music and added twists of Duran Duran, Level 42 and early 80's East Coast Hip Hop to her repertoire.Christina started her Tower career at the 85th & 3rd Avenue location with General Manager Mike Tannen. From there she worked at 4th & Broadway and ultimately finished her time with Tower at the Lincoln Center store in 2006.During her time at Lincoln Center every day was an adventure. There was the night she oversaw the filming of the Hugh Grant/ Drew Barrymore film “Music & Lyrics”, being recruited by Tower's then-CEO E. Allen Rodriguez to represent Tower Records on the ABC Eventing News, encountering her musical hero Roberta Flack who was shopping for an as yet unreleased track by The Beatles and one of the largest instores of the time, Kanye West's day of release instore for “Late Registration” in 2005.But most important to Christina's daily experiences were her relationships to the Tower staff. Throughout our conversation she regularly talks about the people who made Tower run; those who are still with us and those who have passed on.Join us for a refreshing conversation this week with Christina Sharpe.
Side Effects was back this week on The Face Radio.Get ready for some Halloween vibes! We'll delve into the nostalgia of the Quadrophenia Soundtrack, which marks its 50th anniversary this upcoming Thursday!Stay tuned for the latest music releases from Yard Act, Duran Duran, Sofia Kourtesis, and Miles Kane.Joining me on the decks is the talented DJ, Julie Twinkle, who will be spinning some fantastic tracks too!As promised, we're Making Mondays Happy Again!For more info and tracklisting, visit https://thefaceradio.com/side-effects.Tune into new broadcasts of Side Effects, LIVE, Monday from 2 - 4 PM EST / 7 - 9 PM GMT on The Face Radio.Dig this show? Please consider supporting The Face Radio: http://support.thefaceradio.com.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sideeffectsbkInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/sideeffectsbkTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/sideeffectsbkEmail: email@example.com Support The Face Radio with PatreonSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/thefaceradio. Join the family at https://plus.acast.com/s/thefaceradio. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Music has the power to enhance our team and personal effectiveness. Wondering how? Certain songs have the ability to trigger powerful emotions and memories within us. By harnessing this power, we can intentionally use music to subconsciously boost our moods, productivity and motivation. Joining me on The Enlightened Executive podcast is Jonathan Elias, one of the most influential composers in the advertising world focused on audio branding. Jonathan is responsible for groundbreaking work for countless brands and is the recipient of virtually every major advertising honor. Jonathan's work as a record producer, Grammy-nominated artist, and film and trailer composer includes collaborations with Duran Duran, BB King, David Bowie, and countless more. In this episode, Jonathan and I explore music's emotional impact and share 3 essential strategies for using music as an unconventional but powerful leadership tool. Ready to learn how to use music as a powerful leadership tool? Then don't miss this enlightening interview.
Remember those teenage years when we'd create breakup mixtapes? The potency of those songs, how they could evoke such raw emotions - whether it was Paul Simon's '50 Ways to Leave Your Lover' or The Carpenters' 'We've Only Just Begun'. Well, this episode is a homage to the power of music, its unforgettable moments, and the rock legends who've shaped its course. We kick off with a nostalgic trip to when The Police graced the stage at CBGB for their first time - a memory that's now 45 years old. We then switch gears to Robert Plant's recent performance of 'Stairway to Heaven' at a cancer benefit, which Andy Taylor of Duran Duran put together. We move on to delve into the hidden secrets of The Police's Synchronicity album and Paul McCartney's bass contribution to The Rolling Stones' new album, Hackney Diamonds. But that's not all, we also navigate the surprising connections between iconic albums, shedding light on how Paul McCartney, John Lennon, and Mick Jagger lent their voices to each other's music. Impressively, we dive into the influences of our upbringing, reminiscing about the Ramones' third studio album, 'Rocket to Russia', and The The's unforgettable song 'Uncertain Smile'. We reflect on how these unforgettable tunes formed the soundtrack of our youth and school dances. Lastly, we reflect on the emotional gravity of break-up mixtapes and the songs that helped us navigate the stormy seas of heartbreak. So, are you ready to take a walk down memory lane with us? Tune in and let the magic of music transport you back in time!
Tim's Listening Party returns with one of the biggest bands to come out of the 1980s, with one of the biggest and lasting albums of that decade. Tears For Fears' debut album, the Hurting, celebrates its 40th anniversary this year, having reached number 1 in the UK charts and spawning 3 top 5 hit singles.Curt Smith & Roland Orzabal join Tim to discuss Mad World covers, contrasting the influences of Duran Duran & Joy Division on 80s music, as well as comparing their vocal styles.The Hurting was released on 7th March 1983 on Mercury & Phonogram.
Hour 2: Sue has today's Sue's News on National Black Cat Day, Duran Duran's newest album released today, "Danse Macabre", and the Random Fact of the Day on the Village People. Then, Paul Hall, with CommonGuy.com, joins Mark Reardon, Jane Dueker, and Sue to share this weekends biggest entertainment releases. Later, Frank Cusumano, KSDK Sports Director, shares on why Ryan Wingo may have picked Texas over Mizzou, St. Louis City SC opens playoffs Sunday night, a World Series update, and more!
This week, our spectacular 8th annual Halloween show. You'll hear such artists as Cheap Trick, Electric Guitars ,Elvis Costello, Positive Noise, Citizens!, Kiwi Jr, The Posies, Radiohead, Fences, New Order, Subway Sect, The Forty Nineteens, Duran Duran, The Psychedelic Furs, Stryper, Lydia Lunch, The Ramones. On the Air on Bedford 105.1 FM Radio *** 5pm Friday *** *** 10am Sunday *** *** 8pm Monday *** Stream live at http://22.214.171.124:8178/stream Stream on-demand most recent episodes at https://wbnh1051.podbean.com/category/suburban-underground/ And available on demand on your favorite podcast app! Twitter: @SUBedford1051 *** Facebook: SuburbanUndergroundRadio *** Instagram: SuburbanUnderground *** #newwave #altrock #alternativerock #punkrock #indierock
14 und 16. So viele Alben haben Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark (kurz: OMD) und Duran Duran inklusive ihren neusten Releases «Bauhaus Staircase», respektive «Danse Macabre» nun auf dem Buckel. Präsentieren sich diese nimmermüden Legenden nochmals in Topform, oder gehören beide Alben in die Kategorie «Wäre nicht nötig gewesen»? Das finden wir heraus im heutigen Querschnitt durch die neuen Releases des Tages – inkl. The Kills, Golden Apples, B77, Black Pumas... ...bevor wir in der zweiten Stunde dann den Zürcher Produzenten Luca Durán (nicht verwandt mit Duran oder Duran) begrüssen dürfen, der heute ebenfalls das «Sounds! Mixtape» übernimmt .
There is a Halloween inspired Duran Duran record, Taylor has her 4th re recorded album out today, Dokken has their 12th album out, a historic nudist resort is up for sale, a hot coffee lawsuit is being settled, and parenthood can be hard!
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