Crack into episode 69 with us as we review the influence of Little Richard, frothy first sips of beer, Tommy's review of Burning Man, The Beatles horned rimmed glasses era, what it's like seeing Elvis Costello live today, Elvis Costello's hat game, Becker doubling down on tickling McCartney, how many times Becker claims to know the Mystery Word, and the stabby, "She's a Woman."As always, you can find Team Blotto Beatles on Instagram (@blottobeatles) and Twitter (@blottobeatles), by emailing us (email@example.com), or on the web (blottobeatles.com). We want to hear from you!Please also take the time to rate and review us on Apple podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.We have a shop! Grab some merch. You can always drunk dial us at 1.857.233.9793 to share your thoughts, feedback, confessions, and concerns and to be featured in an upcoming episode. Enjoying the show? Buy us a beer via the tip jar (don't forget to include a message telling us what we should drink with the money).You know we're making a list of it, see the canonical, argument-ending list of Beatles songs we are assembling here: https://www.blottobeatles.com/list & listen to it on Spotify here.Please remember to always enjoy Blotto Beatles responsibly.Peace and Love.Hosts: Becker and TommyExecutive Producer: Scotty C.Musical Supervisor: RB (@ryanobrooks)Associate Musical Supervision: Tim Clark (@nodisassemble)#PeteBestGetThatCheck
durée : 00:54:06 - Very Good Trip - par : Michka Assayas - Entretien sur France Inter dans Very Good Trip avec Elvis Costello qui n'a hélas jamais été très populaire en France, sauf, étrangement, grâce à cette reprise d'une chanson française d'autrefois que son auteur avait adaptée en anglais en 1974.
NEW FOR SEPTEMBER 15, 2023 Devil's dancing in my mouth tonight . . . Bad Crown Affair - The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Vol. 468 1. Unfinished Sweet - Alice Cooper 2. Love Revolution - All Mighty Whispers 3. In The Dead Of Night - U.K. 4. I Talk To The Wind (live) - Steve Hackett 5. In The Court Of The Crimson King (live) - Greg Lake 6. Love Can Heal - Peter Gabriel 7. Five Train - Sky Cries Mary 8. The Wind Cries Mary (live) - Jimi Hendrix Experience 9. Woodstock (alt) - Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young 10. Whiskey Thoughts - Greta Gaines 11. Gold Dust Woman (live) - Fleetwood Mac 12. Rock Bottom - Steven Wilson and Ninet Fayed 13. Blue Suit - Two Loons For Tea 14. Cookies' Puss (live) - Liquid Soul 15. Merely A Blues In A (live) - Frank Zappa 16. This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody) - Arcade Fire 17. Angry - The Rolling Stones 18. Dixie Chicken (live unplugged) - Little Feat 19. Crawling Back To You (early) - Tom Petty 20. Trying To Reason With Hurricane Season (live) - Jimmy Buffett et al 21. Valerie Loves Me - Material Issue 22. Clubland (live) - Elvis Costello and The Attractions w/ The TKO Horns The Best Radio You Have Never Heard. Fixing a different hole . . . Accept No Substitute Click to leave comments on the Facebook page.
Kort smakprov, för att höra detta avsnitt bli prenumerant för 29 kr i månaden på https://underproduktion.se/stormensutveckling Om det uppstår frågor/problem mejla firstname.lastname@example.org. Ola fortsätter prata om debatten om kulturens värde och att ett av problemen är att det inte längre finns status i att kunna lyssna varv på varv på en lite träig Elvis Costello-skiva. Jonatan är arg för att Socialstyrelsen har lyssnat på Stormens utveckling-avsnittet där Ola återberättade vad Huberman säger om alkohol. Sofia Lilly Jönssons artikel: https://www.aftonbladet.se/kultur/a/xgvynX/sofia-lilly-jonsson-om-elvis-costello Bok som refereras: W David Marx - Status and Culture
On this Tony Phillips Interview: Tony talks about growing up in working class East London without indoor toilets and later on, moving to LA to work with Joni Mitchell. Working w/ David Gilmour, Pete Townshend, Gary Moore, Robin Trower, The Damned & Captain Sensible (Great Story), Jeff Beck, Malcolm McLaren, Van Morrison, Elvis Costello, Nick Lowe & others… beating cancer, failing his way to success, shepherd's pie, Mexican food, and being a dad. REALLY cool call with a genuine guy: Discover Where the Money's Hiding in the Music Business in 2023: https://MusicReboot.com Support this show: https://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/support London born Tony Phillips was originally the lead vocalist, singer and songwriter for A&M recording artist Horizontal Brian. But fate intervened and he wound up getting involved in mixing, and what a career he's had. Recording Nik Kershaw… becoming the house engineer at Pete Townshend's Eel Pie studios, working with The Clash, Depeche Mode, Duran Duran, A-ha, Naked Eye… then as a freelance mix engineer working with Trevor Horn and acts like Seal, Pet Shop Boys, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, David Baerwald, Celine Dion, and a number of Tier 1 movies and TV soundtracks Subscribe & Website: https://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/subscribe Cool Guitar & Music T-Shirts, ELG Merch!: https://www.GuitarMerch.com
We could talk until we're blue in the face about what a bridge is and what the greatest bridges are, and we actually did just that. The fabulous Maurice Bursztynski returns for a knock down drag out discussion about songs and song bridges. We also took little breaks in the middle of arguing to listen to some examples of sublime pop song craft in TOP TEN GREAT BRIDGES Part 2. It's unclear if we got to the bottom of it, but no matter, we had a blast hanging with Maurice and revealing picks 5-1.If you missed Top Ten Great Bridges Part 1, get it here:https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/alltimetopten/episodes/2023-08-28T04_00_00-07_00Get your ears on this! It's the Top Ten Great Bridges Spotify playlist:https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3hrJrJWFAlaYkvH3cHe6Hq?si=25df3dd7db1b42f5Maurice Bursztynski is always up to cool stuff! He produces/co-produces 2 majorly awesome podcasts. Listen to Love That Album and See Hear!https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/love-that-album/id459559336https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/see-hear/id796677164
SUMMARYStax Records legend Deanie Parker talks about writing songs for Otis Redding, Albert King, William Bell, and Carla Thomas, dives deep on what made the Stax environment so special, and shines a light on the recently-released box sets of forgotten Stax songwriter demos. PART ONEScott and Paul discuss the wild story behind the monumental box set Written in Their Soul: The Stax Songwriter Demos.PART TWOOur in-depth interview with Deanie ParkerABOUT DEANIE PARKERWhile still in high school, Deanie Parker won a Memphis talent contest and an audition for Jim Stewart at Stax Records. He signed her and released her debut single, on the Volt label, in 1963. The self-penned “My Imaginary Guy” became a regional hit, but the life of a touring artist was not for Parker. She became the first Black employee at Stax's Satellite Record Shop before joining the label staff as the company's first publicist in 1964. Learning on the job while studying journalism at Memphis State, Parker eventually became the company's Vice President of Public Affairs. One of the first female publicists in the music industry, she worked closely with Isaac Hayes, Booker T & the MG's, Rufus and Carla Thomas, Johnnie Taylor, Albert King, and others. Wearing many hats at Stax, Deanie continued to write songs with colleagues such as Steve Cropper, Booker T. Jones, Eddie Floyd, Bettye Crutcher, Mack Rice, Mable John, and Homer Banks, with whom she penned the soul classic “Ain't That a Lot of Love.” The list of Stax artists who recorded her songs includes Otis Redding, Carla Thomas, William Bell, Sam & Dave, The Staple Singers, and more. Her other writing skills were put to use penning liner notes for classic albums such as Sam & Dave's Hold On, I'm Comin', Albert King's Born Under a Bad Sign, Otis Redding's Live in Europe, and Shirley Brown's Woman to Woman. From 1987 through 1995, Deanie served as the Assistant Director of the Memphis in May International Festival. A tireless champion of the Stax legacy, she became the first President and CEO of Soulsville, the nonprofit organization established to build and manage the Stax Museum of American Soul Music, Stax Music Academy, and the Soulsville Charter School. She was appointed to the Tennessee Arts Commission in 2004 and, in 2009, was awarded two Emmy awards for the I Am a Man documentary short, for which she was an executive producer and the title song composer. The list of artists outside the Stax family who've covered Deanie Parker's songs includes The Rolling Stones, Elvis Costello, Darlene Love, Taj Mahal, Three Dog Night, The Flying Burrito Brothers, The Band, New York Dolls, Simply Red, Hall & Oates, and many others. She is a co-producer and co-liner notes writer of the seven-CD collection Written in Their Soul: The Stax Songwriter Demos, and was recently announced as a 2023 inductee into the Memphis Music Hall of Fame.
Everyone seems to be getting Olivia Rodrigo wrong. She's one of the few pop stars who has made it big in the current era of fragmented music streaming, but so much of the narrative has been about whose songs she's stealing from, whether it be Taylor Swift, Elvis Costello or Paramore. Rodrigo's new album Guts arrives next Friday: while we wait patiently, we take a close listen to her new singles "vampire" and "bad idea right?" to subvert the narrative. These songs show that she isn't stealing from pop music, but rather uses a deep repertoire of musical predecessors to write very crafty music. Songs discussed: Olivia Rodrigo – vampire Olivia Rodrigo – bad idea right? Olivia Rodrigo – driver's license Olivia Rodrigo – brutal Elvis Costello & The Attractions – Pump It Up Olivia Rodrigo – good 4 u Paramore – Misery Business Olivia Rodrigo – deja vu Taylor Swift – Cruel Summer Radiohead – Creep Scala & Kolacny Brothers – Creep Lana del Rey – Get Free David Bowie – Space Oddity Elvis Presley – That's When Your Heartaches Begin Roy Orbison – Oh, Pretty Woman Talking Heads – And She Was The Breeders – Cannonball Liz Phair – Supernova Wet Leg – Chaise Longue The Beatles – Twist And Shout Rage Against The Machine – Killing In The Name Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Join us for a very special episode with 2 of our favorite guests, as well as 2 of Atlanta's greatest drummers: Rob Hammersmith (Skid Row) and Kent Aberle (Blackberry Smoke). We talk about all things that go bang, boom, thump, and crash! Poor Robert must suffer while 3 drummers in one room chat about the greatest of all time and the brightest of the unsung heroes of the rock n' punk n' metal drumming community. We get some awesome stories from the road as these 2 are always touring the world with Skid Row and Blackberry Smoke. You don't want to miss this one! Plus, drummer jokes by Bakko from Cobras & Fire!What's this InObscuria thing? We're a podcast that exhumes obscure Rock n' Punk n' Metal and puts them in one of 3 categories: the Lost, the Forgotten, or the Should Have Beens. This week we discuss all 3 with 2 of our favorite drummers in the world that both hosts have had the pleasure of sharing the stage with in the past. Kent and Rob come across like scholars and gentlemen… even though they're drummers!Songs this week include:Poster Children – “Tommyhaus” from Tool Of The Man (1993)Chain Poets – “Little Tin Toys” from Chain Poets (2000)Death – “Let The World Turn” from Survival Of The Fittest (2023)Our Lady Peace – “One Man Army” from Happiness… Is Not A Fish That You Can Catch (1999)…And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead – “Weight Of The Sun (Or The Post - Modern Prometheus)” from Tao Of The Dead (2011)Alice In Chains – “No Excuses” from Live At Rock Am Ring 2006 (2006)Please subscribe everywhere that you listen to podcasts!Visit us: https://inobscuria.com/https://www.facebook.com/InObscuriahttps://twitter.com/inobscuriahttps://www.instagram.com/inobscuria/Buy cool stuff with our logo on it!: https://www.redbubble.com/people/inobscuria/og-shopCheck out Robert's amazing fire sculptures and metal workings here: http://flamewerx.com/If you'd like to check out Kevin's band THE SWEAR, take a listen on all streaming services or pick up a digital copy of their latest release here: https://theswear.bandcamp.com/If you want to hear Robert and Kevin's band from the late 90s – early 00s BIG JACK PNEUMATIC, check it out here: https://bigjackpnuematic.bandcamp.com/
“Embrace the chaos. Breathe. Choose what you like about it. Repeat.” Today Christine talks with Latin Grammy and Grammy Award-winning producer, mixer, and engineer Vago Galindo. Together they discuss the production side of music, specifically about engineering, mixing, and producing, and how all of those things are critical to conveying the emotions of recorded music. Vago has worked with an impressive list of artists such as Juanes, Whiplash, Vale, and Elvis Costello, among many others. Besides his work in the music industry, Vago has also worked in the film industry as an engineer for movie soundtracks, including La La Land, The Girl in the Spider's Web, Beauty and The Beast (2017). He has also worked as Voice Over engineer for TV shows like Pokémon, Baby Shark, Rick & Morty, and more. Topics include: • Recording Engineers vs Mixing Engineers vs. Producers. What are their roles? • Embracing the chaos of music-making • Finding and emphasizing the emotion behind the music • What's great about working in musical films • Staying organized in high pressure situations • How working in VO made Vago better at his job • Recording an album during lockdown • Advice to aspiring musicians Vago Galindo: https://www.rebeleon.net/daniel-vago-galindo Elvis Costello: https://elviscostelloandtheimposters.bandcamp.com/album/the-boy-named-if Whiplash: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCVMA1HFhCtBY9f71GlM2F2w Vale: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4_e7S45aWj3QdLYg47Qzrw La Usurpadora: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt16301792/
The Lions preseason injuries are piling up. Will Jameson Williams be here next year? We remember the Beastie Boys and Elvis Costello on SNL. Rolling Stone's 50 Worst Decisions in TV History. Rich Men North of Richmond is a hit. Unfortunately, you have to pick a side because the media declares it polarizing. The Star Spangled Banner gets butchered yet again. It's the anniversary of Woodstock. It's Woodward Cruise week! Hall Financial brings you the Bonerline today. Call or text 209-66-Boner! Everything must go at Rob Cortis' Barnstormers. We check in with the Trump Unity Bridge owner to see how the sales are going. Britney Spears ‘AS: After Sam' is a disaster. Drew explains the plot of a little known movie called The Graduate. Jim's Pick: The Jaded Hearts Club. He blew his wad on Sunday. The Talking Heads are reuniting… for interviews. Drew Crime: The ex-wife of Jared Bridegan has been charged in his murder. Taryn Manning was eating butthole and had a meltdown. Bradley Cooper in trouble for Jewface. Visit Our Presenting Sponsor Hall Financial – Michigan's highest rated mortgage company If you'd like to help support the show… please consider subscribing to our YouTube Page, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels, Jim Bentley and BranDon).
In the late 1980's, Paul McCartney took a shot at writing some songs with Elvis Costello. The ultimate result was a set of 15 songs, some of them never seeing the light of day until years later. But "Back On My Feet" was the first song that was released, buried as a B-side on the "Once Upon A Long Ago" single. It deserved better. Here, we explore the song in detail and shine a light on this overlooked gem. "Back On My Feet" (Paul McCartney & Declan MacManus) Copyright 1989 MPL Communications Ltd/Plageant Visions Ltd -- This show is just one of many great Rock Podcasts on the Pantheon Podcasts network. Collect 'em all! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week Ken welcomes writer, director and co-creator of The Adventures of Pete & Pete, among other things, Will McRobb to the show. Ken and Will discuss growing up in Ithaca NY, suburbia, Nickelodeon's "kids point of view" era, doing corporate videos for Goldman Sachs, working in the promo department at Nick at Nite, MTV Networks, Rin Tin Tin, Mr. Ed, Donna Reed, The magic four ingredients: Funny, Sad, Strange and Beautiful, Green Acres, Patty Duke's double, MTV's Remote Control, Lassie, My Three Sons, Bub vs. Uncle Charlie, The Monkees, live action cartoons, the reason you'd go live action instead of a cartoon, Snow Day, added farts, working for the man, the shift on TV Land and Nick at Nite to newer "quality" shows, punk rock, Savage Steve Holland, The War Next Door, Hal Hartley, Damian Young, Michael Stipe, Iggy Pop, The Police, Joe Jackson, the unlocking of coolness with Elvis Costello's This Year's Model, The Embarrassment, the origin of Wellsville, Season 3 of Pete and Pete, Saturday, the rush to be an adult, saying goodbye to Artie, Adam West, the original 60 second Pete and Pete promos, Katherine Dieckmann, wasted years of cute Little Pete, Inside Out Boy, voice over, why perspective matters, John Hughes, "when you grow old, your heart dies", Inspector 34, Johnny Earwax, getting away with stuff, the controversy of The Orange Lazarus, Endless Mike, Frank Gifford cameos, Arnold Palmer golf clubs, how nobody likes Chevy Chase, SNL, Weekend Update, NY theater actors, William Hickey, One Crazy Summer, J.K. Simmons, and how Batman will always need The Joker.
#471 Summer Smash. The 2023 Gareth Jones On Speed Summer Music Compilation. Gareth tells the stories behind songs from the archive that have been revisited, remastered & remixed. Plus "A Car Called Enterprise" a brand new tune from GZ Top.
Vamos con otra de nuestras ensaladas veraniegas a base de refrescante power pop y una pizca de energético punk rock.Playlist;THE BEAT “Let me into your life”TEENAGE HEAD “Ain’t got no sense”POINTED STICKS “It’s OK”REAL KIDS “Outta place”NERVOUS EATERS “Girl next door”STIV BATORS “A million miles away”DAVID QUINTON “Pictures”THE LETTERS “Nobody loves me”THE RECORDS “Starry eyes”THE DOGS “Never come back”THE BOYS “Taking on the world”ELVIS COSTELLO “Pump it up”NICK LOWE “Heart of the city”THE CUTE LEPERS “Prove it”THE BRIEFS “Rotten love”CYANIDE PILLS “Outta nowhere”MING CITY ROCKERS “Get outta your head” Escuchar audio
Today's guest is two time Grammy winning producer, engineer, and mixer Daniel “Vago” Galindo. Born in Mexico, but now based out of Los Angeles Vago has worked on a long list of amazing projects including artists such as Juanes and Elvis Costello, as well as TV and film projects such as La La Land, Beauty and The Beast, and Ni Tu Ni Yo. We have a great chat about finding mentorship in the music industry, what music engineers can learn from post production workflows, tips for recording remotely, and why we should work with people because of their musical taste and not their skills.
Part 1 of my conversation with guest Phil Stacey about the music of 2002. Show notes: In 2002, Jay became a first-time dad and didn't get much sleep Jay turned 35, Phil turned 33 Phil was newly single, met his current wife John Entwistle died the classic rock star death Napster officially called it quits after lawsuits Owning music is an outdated concept now Nickelback had the top song of the year Charts had a mixture of nu metal, hip hop and pop Phil's non-top 5 albums: Doves, Sleater-Kinney, Flaming Lips, Spoon, Trey Anastasio, Dave Matthews Band, Interpol, Black Keys, Sonic Youth, GBV, Tom Petty, Bowie Jay's non-top 5s: McLusky, Hot Snakes, Trail of Dead, Elvis Costello, Broken Social Scene We never saw a lot of the rock videos of this era This was the age of the MP3 blog To be continued Completely Conspicuous is available through Apple Podcasts. Subscribe and write a review! The opening and closing theme of Completely Conspicuous is "Theme to Big F'in Pants" by Jay Breitling. Voiceover work is courtesy of James Gralian.
Where would we be without Stiff Records? Founded by Dave Robinson and Jake Riviera in 1976, this is the label that introduced the world to artists like Elvis Costello, Madness, Ian Dury, Graham Parker, the Damned, the Pogues, Nick Lowe and many more. This week Dave Robinson showers us with numerous stories about these and many other artists, including his former roommates Van Morrison and Jimi Hendrix! He also tells us about the hot young band that brought him back to management, Hardwicke Circus. The man's a legend. Enjoy every second! www.hardwickecircus.tv www.patreon.com/thehustlepod
*Roger Huddle is a born and bred Londoner, a working class music-mad mod who grew up in the 50s, got radicalised in the 60s and became a co-founder of one the most successful activist groups of the 70s - Rock Against Racism (RAR). *RAR was a political and cultural movement which emerged in 1976 in reaction to a rise in racist attacks on the streets of the United Kingdom and increasing support for the far-right National Front at the ballot box. •Between 1976 and 1982 RAR activists organised national carnivals and tours, as well as local gigs and clubs throughout the country bringing together black and white fans in their common love of music. *The musicians came from all pop music genres including some of the UK's biggest post-punk and Reggae artists including The Clash, Misty in Roots, Elvis Costello and X-Ray Spex. *Roger came into the Bureau to tell us all about it and to school us in the London club scene of the 60s, radical socialism, agit prop, agit-pop, cultural revolution - and William Morris. •For more on Roger: •For more on RAR and Syd Shelton check out the film White Riot •Image courtesy: John Sturrock #counterculture #rockagainstracism #rogerhuddle #sydshelton #thenationalfront #racism #thebeats #london #walthamstow #williammorris #socialism #revolution #rockrevolution #theclash #agitprop #trotsky
Welcome to Frizz and Bob's working week as we dive head-first into a bottle of Talisker 10 and Elvis Costello's debut album My Aim is True. We check a new artist off of Frizz's list of musical blind spots, find out that Elvis Costello is a secret lemonade drinker, dissect his famously pointed and descriptive lyrics, and reveal the real magic behind one of Costello's best albums.
Jess Gillam swaps favourite music with the mezzo-soprano Anne Sofie von Otter Anne Sofie is one of classical music's most celebrated singers with a huge back catalogue of recordings, and she's also known for her huge versatility and musical curiosity working with artists from conductors Claudio Abbado and Giuseppe Sinopoli to Elvis Costello, Brad Mehldau and Rufus Wainwright. Today though she's listening to other people's recordings, as she and Jess sat down together to listen to a Janacek fanfare and a headphone blasting piece of Verdi. Jess picks a Nina Simone track that left them both speechless, while Anne Sofie brought along a ravishing piece by Rameau and (quite literally) turned up the volume on a barnstorming Beyoncé track. Playlist: JANACEK: Sinfonietta, 1st mvt 'Sokol Fanfare' [Vienna Philharmonic, Charles Mackerras (conductor)] JÓHANN JÓHANNSSON: Good Night, Day [Hildur Guðnadóttir (cello), Air Lyndhurst String Orchestra, Anthony Weeden (conductor)] BEYONCÉ: Countdown RAMEAU: Les Boréades, Act 4 Entrée de Polymie [Les Musiciens du Louvre, Marc Minkowski (cond)] VERDI: Requiem, Dies Irae (into Tuba Mirum) [Coro y Orchestra dell'Accademia Nationale di Santa Cecilia, Antonio Pappano (conductor)] NINA SIMONE: Little Girl Blue BENGAN JANSON: I've Found a New Baby
Introducing the Band:Your hosts Scot Bertram (@ScotBertram) and Jeff Blehar (@EsotericCD) are with guest Matt Murray. Matt is the recently departed editor of the Wall Street Journal, now on assignment for its parent company, News Corp. Check him out on Twitter at @murraymatt.Matt's Music Pick: Nick LoweOkay, it says “Nick Lowe” right there above this line, but we need to be straight with you -- there's a lot of other stuff happening in this show. Nick Lowe-adjacent acts are featured prominently, too. That means talk about Brinsley Schwarz, Rockpile, Dave Edmunds, and many, many more (even Huey Lewis!). There's a really simple way to summarize this episode: Here's a 3.5-hour love letter to Nick Lowe. That's pretty much the plot, people. Three hosts with a deep, abiding adoration for the music and production contributions of one of the biggest missing names from the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.Now, I imagine there are some people who are saying, "Nick who?" After all, Lowe's career is the definition of a technical one-hit wonder -- a single top-40 song (“Cruel To Be Kind”) and that's it in terms of true chart success. First of all, everyone is in for a treat, from longtime fans to newbies. Albums such as Jesus of Cool and Labour of Lust are among the very best released in the 1970s. Second, Nick Lowe's musical influence and work as a producer certainly will be familiar to you.The term “Pub Rock” describes an entire wave of U.K. acts, and Nick was at the center of most of them. This means Brinsley Schwarz and Dave Edmunds for sure, but also acts such as Graham Parker, Elvis Costello, and The Damned. This was a back-to-basics movement and a reaction to the bloat of progressive rock and the flash of glam. These artists instead looked to the rock and R&B of the '50s and '60s as guideposts.This is such a fun story to tell because the music is undeniable. The melodies are unimpeachable. And Nick Lowe's "second act" in his career has been so creatively satisfying. Starting with The Impossible Bird, he builds an entirely new sound and feel that is just as rewarding as the early work.He's Nick Lowe and Political Beats is here to make the case that, although he's not a household name, he certainly should be.
Lord Kilby welcomes his friend, commercial director Hank Perlman. They discuss their nearly 30 year friendship, seeing Taylor Swift live, Kilby advising Elvis Costello on songwriting, and why neither of them has yet to catch soccer fever. Plus 'The Life Gorgeous Quiz' and the return of the tuna melt. Yum! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Label: A&M 2345Year: 1981Condition: M-Last Price: $12.00. Not currently available for sale.From a warehouse find, this is a new, unplayed stock copy, in its original picture sleeve. This is one of the essential Squeeze singles. Not only do you get the great A side featuring one of Paul Carrack's best vocals ever, but also a terrific, previously unreleased B side. Note that Elvis Costello was co-producer of these tracks. "Tempted" was one of many fine recordings from their top-notch LP, East Side Story. Though the group had been huge in their native U.K. for several years, that album was the first one to garner any attention State-side, and this was their first chart single here. (Though, oddly, it wasn't even released on 45 rpm in the U.K.!) The single has a slightly edited version of the 4:02 album track. Note: This beautiful copy comes in its gorgeous picture sleeve and Near Mint audio with just a few light pops.
DAN AUERBACH - Every Chance I Get (I Want You In The Flesh) ROYAL BLOOD - Pull Me Through GRETA VAN FLEET - The Falling Sky POST MALONE – Overdrive CLAUD - A Good Thing GENESIS OWUSU - Tied Up YARD ACT – The Trench Coat Museum JODY AND THE JERMS - Liberation ELVIS COSTELLO – Radio Radio CIGARETTES AFTER SEX - Stop Waiting CIGARETTES AFTER SEX – Bubblegum A GIANT DOG - I Believe PVRIS - Hype ZombiesTROYE SIVAN – Rush ROMY – Love Her CUPIDO – Lo Dejo A CERTAIN RATIO - Samo Escuchar audio
Welcome to You Haven't Blanked That! This week, we watched White Dog. We talk about Jimmy thinking this was a White Fang rip off, the term White Dog, growing up with racist old people, the progression of the Monster, the annoyed vet office, inflation rate, the pound, the incinerator, Green Dog, Cujo, Paul Winfield, Animal Ranch, Burl Ives, attacking her costar, the Boyfriend, 99% cured, the real owner, this movie wants to be Jaws so bad, rotten tomatoes, Jesus is boring, White Dog's development, Jaws with Paws, the remake, Corey Feldman, synopsis of the book. What we are blanking: From, Interrupters and Hepcat, Elvis Costello and Nick Lowe, Don't Fear the Reaper, An Unquiet Mind, A Man Called Otto, Renfield, Evil Dead Rise, Playstation 5, Disco Elysium, God of War, Across the Spiderverse, Opening theme by the Assassins Closing theme by Lucas Perea For more info, click the link in the bio. https://linktr.ee/yhblankthat --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/blanked-that/message
Join Captain Dan and Penny Lane as they look back at some of the acts who have graced the stage at the Winnipeg Folk Festival!Hear tracks from the likes of Donovan, Toots and The Maytals, Elvis Costello and more!Tune into new broadcasts of Punks In Parkas, Every Monday from Midday – 1 PM EST / 5 - 6 PM GMTFor more info visit: https://thefaceradio.com/punks-in-parkas//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.
On the Other Side of Midnight, Frank starts off the show with an incredible interview with presidential candidate RFK Jr.. He moves on to talk about the shrinking amount of young people writing letters and how there should be a revival. Moving into the next hour, Frank sits with Thomas Carey for a fascinating talk about UFO disclosure and World UFO Day. After, Frank goes into his commendations followed by his take on the new Arnold Schwarzaneggar documentary and his family game night. Finishing the show, Frank discusses Ozempic, a weight loss drug, Japan getting the go ahead to dump radioactive waste into the ocean, a new archeological discovery, Elvis Costello and much more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This week we're back in 1983! Kornflake shares a goofy 1983 commercial for Dial soap, while Kevin takes an absurdly quick look at the pop music of 1983. It was the year new wave conquered the Top 40, and we approved. (For more complete coverage of 1983 music, we refer you to recent episodes of White Rocket Entertainment and Modern Musicology. While the Flopcast covers Kajagoogoo, they take care of everything else.) We also stopped by Northeast Comic Con (aka Music Con) and saw members of the Monkees (Micky), the Runaways (Cherie), the Ramones (Richie), and the Stompers (Sal)! A Monkees cover band called Zilch was there too, as well as old friend of The Flopcast (and, as Flash Gordon, savior of the universe) Sam J. Jones! Plus: A concert report on Elvis Costello and the Imposters (along with Charlie Sexton) and Nick Lowe (along with his Mexican wrestling-masked backup band Los Straitjackets). And best of all, Happy Birthday to America's 1980s sweetheart, Phoebe Cates! Celebrate by watching Private School. It's not Phoebe's best movie, but it is Phoebe's 1983 movie. A bunch of 1983 commercials! (Dial soap ad is at 6:50) White Rocket Entertainment: Music of 1983! Modern Musicology: Music of 1983 Part 1 and Part 2! And our regular links... The Flopcast website! The ESO Network! The Flopcast on Facebook! The Flopcast on Instagram! The Flopcast on Mastadon! Please rate and review The Flopcast on Apple Podcasts! Email: email@example.com Our music is by The Sponge Awareness Foundation! This week's promo: Monkeeing Around!
Barry and Abigail discuss God Shuffled His Feet by Crash Test Dummies and sample The Crowd Pleaser, Lowest Common Denominator, Mike's, St. Pete Parkour, and Sun Ryes from Toll Road Brewing Company in Ocoee, Florida. Many thanks to Duane Morin and David Strickland, co-owners and brewers at Toll Road Brewing, for sitting down with us to chat about the history and future of the brewery! Toll Road features two offerings, Choose Your Own Adventure (a hard seltzer) and Kayfabe (a Berliner Weisse) that can be customized with different flavors using beverage infusions! Barry recommended Superman's Song from Crash Test Dummies' first album, The Ghosts That Haunt Me. View the setlist of the performance that Barry saw in 1994 when Crash Test Dummies opened for Elvis Costello, and view this Variety review of the concert. Canities subita, also called Marie Antoinette syndrome or Thomas More syndrome, is an alleged condition of hair turning white overnight due to stress or trauma. This Los Angeles Times article from April 1994 discusses how the success of Mmm Mmm Mmm Mmm as a single drove the success of the entire album. Crash Test Dummies reference David Byrne in When I Go Out with Artists. Listen to our review of Byrne's Uh-Oh, Byrned-Again (David Byrne and Lincoln & South Brewing). Up next… Oracular Spectacular by MGMT, submitted to our Virtual Jukebox by Paul Zawacki. Jingles are by our friend Pete Coe. Visit Anosmia Awareness for more information on Barry's condition. Follow Barry or Abigail on Untappd to see what we're drinking when we're not on mic! Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube | Website | Email us | Virtual Jukebox --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/pops-on-hops-podcast/message
Today's slow drag is with “Mischievous Ghost” from the Rhino reissue of “Mighty Like a Rose,” released in 2002. It was originally released as part of the “Bringing It All Back Home” soundtrack, released in 1991. The songwriting is credited to Elvis Costello's birth name. This episode has been requested by a loyal and astute fan who believes “Mischievous Ghost” was the impetus for Mr. Costello's dalliance with long hair, as he seems to have spent much time “in the blank hillsides” of Ireland himself at the time. . . . Show Notes: Appreciation written, produced, and narrated by Remedy Robinson, MA/MFA Twitter: https://twitter.com/slowdragremedy Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Podcast music by https://www.fesliyanstudios.com Rate this Podcast: https://ratethispodcast.com/slowdrag References: Elvis Costello Wiki Resource, “Mischievous Ghost” http://www.elviscostello.info/wiki/index.php/Mischievous_Ghost “Mischievous Ghost” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PfbsGZvdNbk Unmask Us, Elvis Costello on “Mischievous Ghost” https://unmask.us/songwriters-c-e/elvis-costello-p5/ The Vibrato Debate: https://www.newsounds.org/story/43709-the-vibrato-debate/ The Scottish Bagpipes, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xl9240HWXBU Purchase “The Most Terrible Time in My Life…Ends Thursday” Listen to the audiobook for free at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kq7n1pN8D1Y "Mischievous Ghost" Lyrics She came dancing right before my eyes She said she came to warn me Before it dawned on me I went walking on the blank hillside Where the sunset falls Where the sunset dies She gave me love / she told me lies That most mischievous ghost She was in disguise, she was in disguise, she was in disguise He started to whistle, they bought him a flute He was talking in tongues, they swore he was mute He scoffed and blasphemed, they said it was beautiful Busted a button, they bought him a suitcase full They colored him cricket and laced him up tight As he drew on their days, resurrected his nights He raved in the dark, he went out in a blaze "There you go," they said, "he's good for nothing and lazy" With scandal and shame, they slandered his name They told him to freeze, they damned him to roast Disappointed that he passed away peacefully Never dying to be a mischievous ghost They dug him up quick with a polish and lick They powdered him up till he only looked sick The hinge in his backbone would bend to applause But his dancing was not quite as lively of course These are the rewards immortality affords Bullied and bribed and beaten to bliss Parroting slack sentimental laments Of going away and not being missed With scandal and shame, they slandered his name They told him to freeze, they damned him to roast Disappointed that he passed away peacefully Never dying to be a mischievous ghost With the green beer and the shamrock tattoos Singing his songs of the battles we lose And "Will ye come home again," so we can murder you What would you do if they took his word With forty-eight million to join in the toast Move over my darling mischievous ghost Mischievous ghost
New York Times features editor Jim Windolf is the man behind the legendary Costello's 500 feature for Vanity Fair. In the landmark November 2000 essay, Elvis identified 500 albums “essential to a happy life”, from ABBA to Zamballarana. In this episode, Jim recalls his inspiration for the feature and the process of working on it with Costello. He also reflects on interviewing Elvis and an incredible range of live gigs he's watched over the years. Jim also picks six of his favourite Elvis Costello songs to add to the Bedroom Alibis playlist.
El 9 de noviembre de 2015 Allen Toussaint se subió a las tablas del Teatro Lara de Madrid. Con su pelo blanco, una chaqueta verde y su eterna sonrisa, el músico se sentó al piano y trajo a Madrid los ritmos de su adorada Nueva Orleans. Aquel fue el último concierto de Allen Toussaint, tras bajarse del escenario el pianista se empezó a encontrar mal. Murió en Madrid aquella misma noche.Allen Toussaint fue uno de los grandes músicos de la ciudad más musical de EEUU, a lo largo de su carrera ha hecho de todo, casi siempre poniendo su talento al servicio de otros. Suyo es el piano de grandes discos de la músico y es el autor de los mejores himnos de Nueva Orleans, Allen ha trabajado con The Band, Dr. John o Paul McCartney, pero el resurgir de su figura llegó tras el maldito huracán que mató a 2.000 personas y que dejó a Allen sin casa, sin estudio y sin nada.Ante esa situación el músico dejó la ciudad. Se instaló primero en Baton Rouge y poco después en Nueva York. Lo que parecía que iba a ser una etapa breve acabó siendo un par de años, años clave en la carrera de Toussaint. En esa agitada etapa el pianista grabó un disco de éxito junto a Elvis Costello y de la mano del inglés viajó por los mejores escenarios de Estados Unidos, poco después comenzó una residencia en el Joe´s Pub de Nueva York. Allí, cada domingo y en un formato íntimo, actuaba recorriendo su extensa carrera. Toussaint grabó un disco en aquel local y ese es nuestro punto de partida para contar su historia en este episodio que compartimos con el periodista David Moreu y Lucía Taboada.
Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned! This week is the 5th installment of our series celebrating the gender with the most attitude and pure ferocity. Piss off a man; you can fight it out and then go have a pint at the pub. Piss off a woman, and you will pay for it 10-fold… In this episode, we focus on women that truly rock! Ladies that play loud and heavy with attitude, grit, and that rasp. What's this InObscuria thing? We're a podcast that exhumes obscure Rock n' Punk n' Metal and puts them in one of 3 categories: the Lost, the Forgotten, or the Should Have Beens. These ladies bring it, and you owe to yourself to check them out! We hope we turn you on to something new!Songs this week include:The Gems – “Like A Phoenix” from Like A Phoenix - single (2023)Blues Pills – “Proud Woman” from Holy Moly! (2020)ONE FALL – “Rats Abandon Ship” from ONE FALL (2022)Stonefield – “Shutdown” from BENT (2019)Larkin Poe – “Strike Gold” from Blood Harmony (2022)The Downhauls – “Spit The Poison Out” from Spit Into The Void - EP (2023)Thunderpussy – “Thunderpussy” from Thunderpussy (2018)Visit us: https://inobscuria.com/https://www.facebook.com/InObscuriahttps://twitter.com/inobscuriahttps://www.instagram.com/inobscuria/Buy cool stuff with our logo on it!: https://www.redbubble.com/people/InObscuria?asc=uCheck out Robert's amazing fire sculptures and metal workings here: http://flamewerx.com/If you'd like to check out Kevin's band THE SWEAR, take a listen on all streaming services or pick up a digital copy of their latest release here: https://theswear.bandcamp.com/If you want to hear Robert and Kevin's band from the late 90s – early 00s BIG JACK PNEUMATIC, check it out here: https://bigjackpnuematic.bandcamp.com/
durée : 01:27:59 - Elvis Costello et les musiciens classiques - par : François-Xavier Szymczak - De Procol Harum à Emerson, Lake and Palmer, la scène pop-rock anglaise s'est parfois nourrie de musiques classiques. Outre Atlantique, Leonard Bernstein inclut des passages rock dans Mass, et en France, Pierre Henry lance Psyché rock
Cuando los jóvenes de Estados Unidos comenzaban a volverse locos con el rock and roll sucedió algo con lo que nadie contaba. Esa música nueva y peligrosa que iba a provocar el declive de la sociedad estadounidense no era solo cosa de hombres. Entre los Elvis, los Chucks Berry o los Jerre Lee Lewis se coló una mujer. Una chica morena, valiente y con voz rota que llevaba vestidos con flecos que le cosía su madre. Wanda Jackson enseñó a todas las mujeres de los años cincuenta que en el rock también había hueco para las chicas.Wanda Jackson tenía 2 años menos que Elvis y acabó enterrando a todos los compañeros de generación, a todos los pioneros del rock hasta que se quedó sola en su trono, grabando discos maravillosos pasados los 70 años. Su historia resulta fascinante, desde sus días en el rock a su resurgir final, Wanda ha pasado por todo.Tras sus días de rockera regresó al country para luego dejarlo todo por el góspel y su conversión religiosa. Tras años apartada del circuito regresó a la primera línea cuando nadie la esperaba y grabó discos tremendos con Elvis Costello, Jack White o más recientemente junto a Joan Jett. Por todo esto merecía mucho la pena adentrarse en la vida y en la música de Wanda Jackson y dedicarle este programa que compartimos con el periodista Fernando Navarro y con los reportajes de Lucía Taboada.
During the mid-seventies, a group of angry young men sprang from the punk scene in London. They possessed a singer-songwriter sensibility, combined with an acerbic wit, lyrical acrobatics and melodies that would have made one or two Brill Building composers weep with envy. The three Musketeers leading the charge were Graham Parker, Joe Jackson, and the subject of this podcast, Elvis Costello. From 'My Aim Is True' to 'Get Happy!!' , Elvis Costello showed the world that songs about guilt and revenge could be infectious and inventive. Spotify Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7k4gpAsTGTHXLQh1ZTxfDo?si=9d48408bb85b4c9b Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Known-Pleasures-131768500804116 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/knownpleasurespodcast/ Twitter: @pleasuresknown Known Pleasures Theme Song: Untitled Red - Ephemeral : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tTMSO2ax8SA
One of the first songs The Beatles worked on for the Get Back sessions of 1969, Paul's "Two of Us" was inspired by his road trips to nowhere with his new love, Linda; piling in the car, picking a direction and getting lost, just for fun. When he brought it to the band, it was originally conceived as a fast, chugging rocker, with a dual harmony vocal for Paul and John to harness their inner Everly Brothers on. This is the song the band were working on when George has his infamous "I'll play whatever you want me to play, or I won't play at all, whatever it is that will please you, I'll do" moment in the Let it Be film. Despite it's peaceful, loving origins, it was a track that caused major head bumping. However, in it's final form, it's a breezy, easy, track, with effortless vocals from Paul & John, and just the right amount of everything from the band musically. I've got to say, I adore this song, and what I was thinking when I ranked this at #112, I have no idea. Honestly, maybe I was drunk. I don't know, I ranked these during lockdown so it's possible. To rightfully question my sanity this week, we welcome Brian O'Connor and Simon Barber to the pod. Better known as the duo Sodajerker, Brian and Simon are a songwriting team who also host the absolutely brilliant podcast Sodajerker on Songwriting. For the last 10 years, they've been interviewing the cream of the crop of the world's biggest and most successful songwriters, legends such as Elvis Costello, Lindsey Buckingham, Nile Rogers, Diane Warren, Paul Simon, Noel Gallagher, and an up-and coming writer you may have heard about named Paul McCartney. They've amassed the largest archive of songwriter interviews in the world, and it's one of my absolute favorite listens, both as a musician, and as a music lover. Brian and Simon join us to talk about all manner of things, sculpting air, esoteric songwriters like Van Dyke Parks and Michael Nesmith, bad Scouse acting, how badly Jonathan blew it here, and their absolutely EPIC meeting with Sir Paul. Check out Sodajerker at www.sodajerker.com, or on Apple podcasts or anywhere you get podcasts! What do you think? Too high? Too low? Or just right? Let us know in the comments on Facebook, Instagram @rankingthebeatles, or Twitter @rankingbeatles! Be sure to visit rankingthebeatles.com! Wanna show your support? Buy us a coffee! --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rankingthebeatles/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/rankingthebeatles/support
Part two of Theo Delaney's conversation with broadcaster, journalist and podcaster Stu Arrowsmith the host of the brilliant Elvis Costello podcast Dangerous Amusements. Scoreres include Smicer and salah and the coversation turns to the essence of our relationship with football and concerns about its future. We resume in Istanbul, 2005...@StuArrows@LifeGoalsTD @theodelaney https://dangerousamusements.co.uk/ https://www.theodelaney.com https://www.11-29media.com/life-goals
Theo Delaney's guest is Stuart Arrowsmith the journalist and broadcaster whose voice will be familiar to sports fans across myriad stations including Talksport, CenturyFM, Capitol Gold and Today FM. He is also the host of the brilliant Elvis Costello podcast dangerous Amusements and, like Costello, he is a huge Liverpool fan. Scoreres in this first of two parts include Barnes and Fowler.@StuArrows@LifeGoalsTD @theodelaney https://dangerousamusements.co.uk/ https://www.theodelaney.com https://www.11-29media.com/life-goals
Chic with Nile Rodgers, People, CNN, ABC, BET, FOXMusic & Munchies is My Show Theme This Week: Soul Snacks Cookie Company! Music for this Segment: CHIC featuring Nile Rodgers - Let's Dance(Live At The House Sídney 2013)Everyone wants to be a leader in a world where people don't often possess the experience or expertise to be in the lead. That is gained from mastering the skills and learning to follow. Ralph Rolle is a prime example of learning to follow becoming born to lead.Ralph followed his older brother in learning the drums, but that he led him to becoming a premier musician, who has created music with everyone from super producer Nile Rodgers and his iconic disco/R&B group Chic, pop legends Sting and Bono, the 1st woman inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Aretha Franklin, hip-hop giants Biggie Smalls and Queen Latifah, jazz superstar Chris Botti, the queen of Neo-Soul Erykah Badu, Vanessa Williams, soul crooner D'Angelo, songstylist India Arie, Lady Gaga, Dolly Pardon, Bono, Roger Daltry, John Legend, Joss Stone, Elvis Costello and playing in the resident band for N.B.C. ‘It's Showtime at The Apollo' for over 15 seasons. Ralph has also served as the musical director for syndicated “The Caroline Rhea Show” and he served in the same role for Japanese R&B/soul superstar Toshi Kubota. Ralph stepped out into the world of music because he was following his brother, who was following the lead of his mother, who brought a set of drums into the house to keep her rambunctious sons out of the streets and out of trouble. Ralph's brother Howard told him that he couldn't disturb the set-up of the drums, even though Ralph was left-handed and his brother was not. But they both listened to every kind of music, from gospel and jazz, and for Ralph, Motown's heyday of music, with the Supremes and the Miracles and the brilliance of the Temptations blew his mind and lead him on a path that took him around the world, playing on stages and in clubs that were the site of some of the greatest moments in music history. He followed him passion around the world and then followed his heart when a new dream, a new vision, rose up in him and began to change his course in life.Ralph took the time, any time he had the time, to stop and cook and enjoy life. It helped him to come down from the tension and time on the road that was always in motion. Cooking, another gift he received from his mother, gave him the peace of mind he needed to slow down and breathe. And in learning his way around the kitchen, he started to bake. He followed his grandmother in and around the kitchen while she cooked but being a smart young boy, Ralph paid attention. He watched the details of making his favorites, including rushing to lick the bowl after she mixed her famous cake and over time, he mastered baking. It soon became his happy place, but also his calling card. If he liked a girl, he didn't sing her a song or show off his drumming skills. He would bake for her. That stayed with him and when he was hanging out with his musician friends, he would have his signature cookies. At first they laughed, but quickly the request became “please bring those cookies with you!”Over time, his cookies found their way into the hands of clients such as Westside Market, Franks Market, and many more. Good Morning America host chose Soul Snacks for her holiday gifting in 2011. In 2015, Bette Midler and Ralph met when Nile Rodgers and Chic were the guest artists and Ms. Midler's annual Hulaween Charity event. Ralph had his “cookie calling card” with him. Ms. Midler loved Soul Snacks so much that she placed orders for her family and friends. Soon, he was selling his cookies at Melba's, a legendary soul food restaurant in Harlem. That arrangement became a business that quickly took off because one night someone from BET's YSB Magazine did a story of this musician who worked at the Apollo Theater and was also a baker. The only number he could post was his sister's pager number. She didn't think he would get too many calls to handle. They were both wrong. The orders poured in and soon, he was featured in CNN, BET, ABC and FOX networks, in New York Times newspaper and in The Source and Vibe magazines. From there, Ralph gave birth to “SOUL SNACKS.”SOUL SNACKS offers a variety of delicious cookies such as Georgia Oatmeal Raisin, Peanut Peanut Butter, Down Home Double Chocolate Chip, Ebony and Ivory Almond Cookie, Grampy's Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookie, French Cocoa Chocolate Chip, Miami Raisin Walnut, Chunked Up Chocolate Walnut, Cranberry Oatmeal Raisin, Joyful Gingerbread and the most recently added, but now #1 seller, Sweet Potato Cookies. “Inside of every cookie is years of heart, soul and lots of pride that has been the main ingredient of SOUL SNACKS Cookies for over a decade.” The company has recently upgraded into a new and larger facility and is now being sold in nearly 800 Walmart stores. Soul Snacks have also satisfied customers in Japan, Europe, Africa, The West Indies, Canada, and throughout The United States.“There is no expiration date on passion and there is no Plan B!” Ralph offers, with a smile on his face, realizing that it takes a lot to maintain the business while still loving music and working on new and innovative ideas, like a history project that is becoming his newest passion. “Passion is not predicated on how much money you make. Passion is about whether you finish the thought. The completion of the task and making it happen is the truth of passion. Making it happen. You've got to learn from where you failed and get up and keep going from here.”Now, he speaks to entrepreneurs and creatives in his Master Class series and empowers them to dream and keep dreaming, even when they are already working on their gifts. “When people get in their own way, when they build their own wall, I am trying to get people to see the value in (YOU). I am always talking to people about getting out of the way. That is when they start to see the world and the possibilities of everything. I've got 24 hours in a day and this is all Plan A!” The music journey is Ralph Rolle's peace place, a creative thing that he gets to do from the seat of the drummer, on his own. As the CEO of SOUL SNACKS, Ralph gets to bring others forward, including his wife Hiromi and his community. “SOUL SNACKS is about my wife and my manager and my P.A. who believe in the work and we work collectively on the dream! SOUL SNACKS was never done alone and cannot be.”All Rights Reserved © 2023 Building Abundant Success!!Join Me on ~ iHeart Media @ https://tinyurl.com/iHeartBASSpot Me on Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/yxuy23baAmazon Music ~ https://tinyurl.com/AmzBASAudacy: https://tinyurl.com/BASAud
What can you say about Bebe? She first came to notice as the girlfriend of Todd Rundgren. She had a daughter, Liv, with Steven Tyler. Listen and you'll hear stories about not only those two, but Ric Ocasek, Elvis Costello, Mick Jagger, Albert Grossman, Bob Dylan, Jack Nicholson... Bebe is anything but arm candy. She is vocal and full of life and the boys loved, and still love, to hang with her. And she's still making music as an artist herself! It's been quite a life, and this is her story.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Part two of Theo Delaney's conversation with Andrew Lauder in which they discuss Sunderland's '73 cup winning side, the emergence of Stiff Records, Elvis Costello and the Stone Roses and Hartlepool legend Ritchie Humphries among much else.
Joining Theo Delaney to relive the goals of his life is Andrew Lauder whose been among the music business's most influencial figures since the 1960s. Among the countless acts he has brought to prominence are Canned Heat, Elvis Costello and the Stone Roses and his career is peppered with eye-popping stories shared here and in his excellent new memoir 'Happy Trails'. He is a lifelong fan of his hometwon club Hartlepool United.
Our First-Name Basis season is underway! Our mission: to identify the most iconic song associated with a first name. But how? It starts right here, as we look at the first 10 in our FNB Top 40 and decide which songs/names move on to the next round. Along the way, we make predictions, remember Just One Of The Guys and American Crime Story, stand too close to you with Chardonnay breath, re-scan upstate towns to fit into country songs, and pay tribute to the car trips and roller rinks of our youths. Come on, Eileens: it's an all-new MASTAS season! Our intro is [deep breath] Elliott Smith, Ben Folds, Andrew Byrne, Laura Barger, AND Jack Baldelli, and our outro is De La Soul. For more information/to become a patron of the show, visit patreon.com/mastas. SHOW NOTES Snopes fact-check on MB's assertion about people with the 867-5309 phone number: true! "Santa Jenny" King Killer Studios Episode 108: Elvis Costello and Duran Duran, "Watching The Detectives" ...These Are Their Stories SDB keeps getting Looking Glass and The Lovin' Spoonful confused Episode 220A: Simon & Garfunkel's "Bridge Over Troubled Water," Ranked Episode 76: George Michael, Elton John, and George Michael and Elton John The Lost Songs Project on Laura Branigan's "Solitaire"