At long last, the ABS guys do a Fireball episode. The guys talk about what they think of one of the most popular, and most important bottles in the world of alcohol. Other topics include the experience when buying Fireball, who is drinking it, and why it is so important to buy. ----------------------------------------------------- Would you rather watch us? Visit our Youtube channel- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxwWPInCRrGfTUYcumccJuQ
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Gorgonzola makes an explosive attempt at escaping Affinage, with Kunik in tow. CW: Firework noises from 31:22 to 32:00 We're releasing tons of bonus content over on our Patreon! Catch us later this month as Ashley + Lisa conspire in a sneaky conspiratorial livestream sans DM! Sound Effects: "Book Sound Effects" - Allsounds/Audionauti “Crowd-cheering-soft-cheering-and-chatter” - gregorquendel “Daytime Tavern” - Sword Coast Soundscapes “Sword-clash-and-slide” - Fun with Sound “Evening Town” - Sword Coast Soundscape “Firework-take-off-small-pop” - quistard “Fireball-whoosh” - robinhood76 “Explosion 01” - tommccann “Fireworks-display” - hudsomi1 “Device powering up” - spoonsandlessspoons “Arrow-strike” - plant monkey "Fire-in-fireplace-close-up-reverberant2" - silencyo_silencyo "Tape Rewind Sound Effect" - Viral Vids NL All sounds from FreeSound.org, unless listed under AllSounds/AudioNauti, Free Audio Zone, Fun with Sound, Michael Ghelfi, or Sword Coast Soundscapes. Additional Sound Effects by Noah Perito
In the mysterious Dinosaur Valley, a flaming red fire-breathing dragon was surrounded by a crowd of animals. He took a deep breath, wanting to breath fire ！ Could he succeed? Now let's enjoy this cute funny story. If you like this story, subscribe to the podcast and share it to your friends to enjoy more free episodes together. We're also looking forward to your valuable reviews ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐, let us know your opinion!
The Southern Delta Aquariids are a meteor shower visible from mid-July to mid-August each year. According to Patch, “chances remain good to see fireballs associated with the ongoing Alpha Capricornid and Perseid meteor showers”. Geza Gyuk, the Director of Astronomy at the Adler Planetarium, joins Wendy Snyder (in for Bob Sirott) to talk about the […]
In which the party attempt to gain entry to the most exclusive of the Broken Bazaar's connections. Every fortnight on Flintlocks and Fireballs, join actors Robbie Bellekom (as Scamp), Sam Burns (as Corzin Horhace) and Ellie Sparrow (as Celestia Stardust) with Dungeon Master Jason Phelps for adventure in the Napoleonic world of Calcinea, a setting for 5th Edition Dungeons & Dragons. Music: Theme song © Jason Phelps. All other music & sound © Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com), Marc v/d Meulen (marcvdmeulen.com), Shane Ivers (silvermansound.com) or Syrinscape (syrinscape.com). Rated 15+ (We swear like sailors.) Why not join our merry crew at Patreon, for extra content and to support the show? - https://patreon.com/flintlocksandfireballs
Editor: My husband and I live outside of Stockdale in the small community of Caddo. Everyday about 7:30 p.m. or 8 p.m. we sit outside where there is always a cool breeze. We have had temperatures from 117-120 degrees, so we are glad to get out of the house. On Sunday, July 24, about 10 p.m., we saw this huge fireball high above the Amazing Grace Baptist Church! It burst and lit up so bright like daylight. It went on and disappeared with a tail trailing behind! It was spectacular and beautiful. We just happened to be at the right...Article Link
Andrew Stringer joins the book club to introduce me to the DC Thomson comic Bullet and the exploits of its lead character, Fireball. Seek out the Warlord and Battle Fans groups on Facebook, and follow the Fireball page for more great 1970s comics discussion.You can find a list of episodes so far and all the upcoming books on the Facebook page, follow the podcast on Twitter, and on instagram, or email me comments and suggestions to MCBCpodcast@gmail.comMusic used in this episode is Circuit Breaker by the artist Robodub.If you cannot see the audio controls, listen/download the audio file here Or Download hereRight click and choose save link as to download to your computer.
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Time to find our missing half-orc! Just sure hope our party's reunion doesn't involve an intense battle with a bunch of demons, right? Lance gives a piggy-back ride. Mal has a change of heart. Fleeple gets up to some high-level magic shenanigans. • • • Twitter / Instagram: @ICastFireball20 Facebook: @ICastFireball2020 Email: ICastFireball2020@gmail.com Donations: ko-fi.com/icastfireball20 • • • AUDIO CREDITS Mynoise.net Ambience made on the incredible Mynoise.net. If you're looking for customizable background sound while you're creating, or studying, or playing your own dnd campaign check out this site and consider donating because it's a great site. Zapsplat.com - Many sound effects obtained from https://www.zapsplat.com Battle Music Epic Battle Music - Instrumental D&D Battle/Fight Fantasy Theme MandoPony https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_b6I2pvsv8Y&list=PL92qc87-COoqjONucZGufUbMv22zrx_Ew&index=3 Public domain sound effects used throughout And as always a HUGE thank you to Hayden Allred for our amazing theme music!
In which the party tread a path of twisted steel. Every fortnight on Flintlocks and Fireballs, join actors Robbie Bellekom (as Scamp), Sam Burns (as Corzin Horhace) and Ellie Sparrow (as Celestia Stardust) with Dungeon Master Jason Phelps for adventure in the Napoleonic world of Calcinea, a setting for 5th Edition Dungeons & Dragons. Music: Theme song © Jason Phelps. All other music & sound © Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com), Marc v/d Meulen (marcvdmeulen.com), Shane Ivers (silvermansound.com) or Syrinscape (syrinscape.com). Rated 15+ (We swear like sailors.) Why not join our merry crew at Patreon, for extra content and to support the show? - https://patreon.com/flintlocksandfireballs
Drummer Lars Ulrich was born into an upper-middle-class family in Gentofte, Denmark, on December 26, 1963. The son of Lone and tennis player Torben Ulrich. In February of 1973, Lars' father obtained passes for five of his friends to check out a Deep Purple (Smoke On the Water) concert held in the same stadium in Copenhagen as one of his tennis tournaments. When one of the dad's friends couldn't go, they gave their ticket to the nine-year-old Lars, who fell in love with the band and ran out and bought their album Fireball the next day. The concert and album greatly impacted Lars, inspiring the start of his music career. He received his first drum kit, a Ludwig, from his grandmother around 12 or 13. Lars initially intended to follow in his father's footsteps and become a badass tennis player, so he moved to Newport Beach, California, in the summer of 1980. Despite being ranked in the top ten tennis players of his age group in Denmark, Lars failed to make it into the seven-man Corona del Mar High School tennis team, solidifying his decision to focus on music. So, while living in Los Angeles in late 1981, Lars placed an ad in the L.A. newspaper, The Recycler, which read, "Drummer looking for other metal musicians to jam with. Tygers of Pan Tang, Diamond Head and Iron Maiden." Guitarists James Hetfield and Hugh Tanner of Leather Charm answered the advertisement. James Alan Hetfield was born on August 3, 1963, in Downey, California, the son of Cynthia Bassett, a light opera singer, and Virgil Lee Hetfield, a truck driver. James was nine years old when he first began piano lessons. He then started jamming on his half-brother David's drums, and finally, at 14, he began to play guitar with Robert Okner. He was also in a few bands as a teenager – one was "Leather Charm" with Hugh Tanner, and another was "Obsession." James said that Aerosmith was his primary musical influence as a child and that they were why he wanted to play guitar. His parents divorced in 1976 when he was 13. They were devout Christian Scientists, and following their beliefs, they strongly disapproved of medicine or any other medical treatment and remained loyal to their faith, even as James' mother, Cynthia, was dying from cancer. This lifestyle inspired many of his lyrics during his career with Metallica. For example, the songs "Dyers Eve" and "The God That Failed" from the albums "...And Justice for All" and "Metallica" touch on those topics. His mother, Cynthia, died of cancer in 1979 when Hetfield was 16 years old. After her death, James went to live with his older half-brother David. Although he had not formed a band, Lars asked Metal Blade Records founder Brian Slagel if he could record a song for the label's upcoming compilation album, Metal Massacre. Slagel accepted, and Ulrich recruited Hetfield to sing and play rhythm guitar. Lars and James officially formed the band known as "Metallica" on October 28, 1981, five months after they first met. A funny story; James' and Lars' first encounter was anything but promising. As Mick Wall wrote in his biography of the band "Enter Night", "neither James nor Hugh had anything good to say about [Lars]. The kid was 'weird' and 'smelled funny' [and] he couldn't even really play drums." Deeming the entire encounter something of a waste, James later recalled (in Wall's bio) that "we ate McDonald's, he ate herring. [Lars'] father was famous. He was very well off. Spoiled – that's why he's got his mouth. He know what he wants, he goes for it and he's gotten it his whole life." When asked what Lars remembers about their first meet up, in a Blabbemouth.com interview, he said: "I remember connecting with him," Lars responded. "I could see that, even though he was painfully shy or whatever, that there were some distinctive similarities. I spent six months talking to people about heavy metal, and they'd mention STYX, JOURNEY, KISS or whatever. I'd talk about ANGEL WITCH, DIAMOND HEAD or TYGERS OF PAN TANG. He had a connection to the music and the things I was throwing out there that seemed a little more authentic or trustworthy. Not much happened during that first meeting because he was kind of the wing man, or the plus one, for a guy named Hugh. If James was sitting here, he'd tell you that the drum kit I showed up with was in such bad shape that every time I hit the cymbal, it kept falling over — which is accurate. Hetfield and I ended up staying in touch, and when I came back from travelling in Europe a few months later, I called him up and said, 'Hey, do you want to play and see what happens?' And he was up for it." The band name, "Metallica," came from Lars' friend Ron Quintana, who was brainstorming names for a fanzine and was considering MetalMania or Metallica. After hearing the two monikers, Lars wanted Metallica for his band, so he suggested Quintana use MetalMania instead. That magazine wound up being a U.S. monthly magazine focusing on heavy metal music, which was published between 1985 and 1991 Guitarist Dave Mustaine replied to an advertisement for a lead guitarist where Lars and James asked him to join after seeing his expensive guitar equipment. In early 1982, Metallica recorded its first original song, "Hit the Lights," for the Metal Massacre I compilation. James Hetfield played bass, and rhythm guitar and sang, while Lloyd Grant was credited with a guitar solo and Lars Ulrich played drums. Lloyd was a Jamaican guitarist who was never officially in the band. Lloyd has said: "Me and Lars was jammin' down there in Orange County, California and we jam with a few people and we lookin' other people to jam with..." they met through The Recycler. "We were playing for a long time and he came down to my place my apartment once and he says and he keep asking me to come jam with the band, but I was really busy doing other stuff and I went down and play with them-me and him and James. That's three of us. James was playing bass, I was playing guitar and Lars was playing drums and we rehearse that "Hit The Lights" song, but way before that Lars had let me hear that song. We were hanging out watching soccer and he says "hey I met this guy blah blah blah and he's exactly what we want to jam with and he played this one song and it was great and that's how I was first was introduced to "Hit The Lights." After that I went over and jam a few times and he called me and say they gonna be in this compilation album and he brought over a tape of "Hit The Lights" recording on a four track asked me to play some solo for that and they were going to bring the four track down and they were going to bring it down and dump it on the compilation album." Metal Massacre I was released on June 14, 1982. The early pressings listed the band incorrectly as "Mettallica," pissing the band off. However, the song "Hit The Lights," generated a buzz, and Metallica played their first live performance on March 14, 1982, at Radio City in Anaheim, California. The lineup consisted of James Hetfield, Lars Ulrich, Dave Mustaine, and newly recruited bassist Ron McGovney, who had been in James' previous band, "Leather Charm." Their first live success happened as they were chosen to open for British heavy metal band Saxon at one gig of their 1982 U.S. tour. This show was Metallica's second gig. In addition, Metallica recorded its first demo, Power Metal, whose name was inspired by Quintana's early business cards in early 1982. In late 1982, Ulrich and Hetfield attended a show at the West Hollywood nightclub Whisky a Go Go, which featured bassist Cliff Burton in the band Trauma. Clifford Lee Burton was born on February 10, 1962, in Castro Valley, California, to Ray and Jan Burton. Cliff's interest in music began when his father introduced him to classical music, and he began taking piano lessons. In his teenage years, he developed an interest in Rock, classical, country, and heavy metal. He began playing the bass at 13, after the death of his brother. His parents quoted him as saying, "I'm going to be the best bassist for my brother." He practiced up to six hours daily (even after joining Metallica). Besides classical and jazz, Burton's other early influences varied from Southern Rock and country to the blues. Cliff has cited Geddy Lee, Geezer Butler, Stanley Clarke, Lemmy Kilmister, and Phil Lynott as significant influences on his style of bass playing. James and Lars were "blown away" by Cliff's use of a wah-wah pedal and asked him to join Metallica. The two leaders wanted Ron McGovney to leave because they thought he "didn't contribute anything, he just followed." According to McGovney, his time in Metallica was reportedly tumultuous, as he often clashed with Ulrich and Mustaine. In addition, he felt that, aside from using the connections he made as an amateur photographer, his role was that of a money man and transportation provider rather than a respected band member. He ultimately quit on December 10, 1982, due to growing tensions. After leaving Metallica, McGovney became uninterested in playing music and sold most of his equipment. Although Cliff Burton initially declined the offer to join Metallica, by the end of the year, he had accepted on the condition that the band moves to El Cerrito in the San Francisco Bay Area of California. Metallica's first live performance with Cliff was at the nightclub "The Stone" in March 1983, and the first recording to feature Burton was the Megaforce demo (1983). Metallica was ready to record their debut album, but they began looking for other options when Metal Blade could not cover the cost. Concert promoter Jonathan "Jonny Z" Zazula, who had heard the demo No Life 'til Leather (1982), offered to broker a record deal between Metallica and New York City-based record labels. After those record labels showed no interest, Zazula borrowed enough money to cover the recording budget and signed Metallica to his label, Megaforce Records. In May 1983, Metallica traveled to Rochester, New York, to record its debut album, Metal Up Your Ass, which Paul Curcio produced. Unfortunately, the other members of Metallica decided to eject Mustaine from the band because of his drug and alcohol abuse and violent behavior just before the recording sessions on April 11, 1983. About this time, Mustaine told Loudwire magazine: "When you're around a lot of people that like to drink and get silly, they just want to have fun," Mustaine explains. "I would drink and have fun until someone would refute something I had said. And then that was war, baby. I'd be aggressive and confrontational because I was a violent drunk. I lost all inhibitions when I was drinking, and that didn't go over to well in the end." The end came on April 11, 1983, and it came without warning for Mustaine. Metallica had already hired Kirk Hammett as their new lead guitarist. At around 9AM that morning, James, Lars, and Cliff woke up Mustaine, suffering from a tremendous hangover, and told him he was out of the band. "The thing that really upset me was that they never gave me a warning and I never got a second chance," Mustaine says. "It was just, 'Hey man. You're out. See ya later." When Mustaine asked when his flight back to California was, he was told he wasn't flying. He was taking a four-day bus ride. Even worse, the bus was scheduled to leave one hour after he was fired. Mustaine scrambled to pack a travel bag, and James drove him from the Music Building in Queens to 42nd Street and Eighth Avenue in Manhattan. During the seemingly endless bus ride, according to Livewire.com, he was rightfully pissed for a while and then decided to write some new lyrics. Since he didn't have any paper, he wrote on the back of a handbill from Senator Alan Cranston. A message on the front of the card referred to the stockpiling of nuclear weapons that read, "The arsenal of megadeath can't be rid." After considerable thought, Mustaine decided the term megadeath would make a cool name for a metal band, especially if it were misspelled as Megadeth. Kirk Lee Hammett was born on November 18, 1962, in San Francisco, California, and raised in the town of El Sobrante. He is the son of Teofila "Chefela" and Dennis L. Hammett, a Merchant Mariner. While attending De Anza High School, he met Les Claypool of Primus, and they remain close friends. Kirk began showing an interest in music after listening to his brother Rick's extensive record collection (which included Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, and UFO). In addition, he was a huge horror movie fan but began selling his horror magazines to buy albums. This infatuation led him to pick up the guitar at fifteen. His first guitar was (in his own words) a "wholly unglamorous" Montgomery Ward catalog special that came with a shoebox with a 4-inch speaker for an amp. After purchasing a 1978 Fender Strat copy, Kirk attempted to customize his sound with various guitar parts before eventually buying a 1974 Gibson Flying V. Guitarist Kirk Hammett replaced Dave Mustaine the same afternoon. Metallica's first live performance with Kirk was on April 16, 1983, at a nightclub in Dover, New Jersey, called "The Showplace." Mustaine has expressed his dislike for Kirk in interviews, saying he "stole" his job. Mustaine was "pissed off" because he believed Hammett became popular by playing guitar leads that Mustaine had written. In a 1985 interview with Metal Forces, Mustaine said, "it's real funny how Kirk Hammett ripped off every lead break I'd played on that No Life 'til Leather tape and got voted No. 1 guitarist in your magazine". Because of conflicts with its record label and the distributors' refusal to release an album titled Metal Up Your Ass, the album was renamed "Kill' Em All." It was released on Megaforce Records in the U.S. and on Music for Nations in Europe and peaked at number 155 on the Billboard 200 in 1986. Pretty cool, considering their top ten that year was: 1. That's What Friends Are For - Dionne Warwick, Elton John, and Gladys Knight 2. Say You, Say Me - Lionel Richie 3. I Miss You - Klymaxx 4. On My Own - Patti Labelle and Michael McDonald 5. Broken Wings - Mr. Mister 6. How Will I Know - Whitney Houston 7. Party All the Time - Eddie Murphy 8. Burning Heart - Survivor 9. Kyrie - Mr. Mister 10. Addicted to Love - Robert Palmer Although the album was not initially a financial success, it earned Metallica a growing fan base in the underground metal scene. The band embarked on the "Kill' Em All for One" tour with Raven to support the release. In February 1984, Metallica supported Venom on the "Seven Dates of Hell" tour, during which the bands performed in front of 7,000 people at the Aardschok Festival in Zwolle, Netherlands. Metallica recorded the album in only two weeks on a shoestring budget. Initially, the band printed 1,500 copies. Since its release, "Kill 'Em All" has been certified 3x platinum. Metallica then recorded their second studio album, Ride the Lightning, at Sweet Silence Studios in Copenhagen, Denmark, from February to March 1984. It was released in August 1984 and reached number 100 on the Billboard 200. Unfortunately, a French printing press mistakenly printed green covers for the album, which are now considered collectors' items. Mustaine received writing credit for "Ride the Lightning" and "The Call of Ktulu." Elektra Records A&R director Michael Alago, and co-founder of Q-Prime Management Cliff Burnstein, attended a Metallica concert in September 1984. They were impressed with their performance and signed Metallica to Elektra. They also made them a Q-Prime Management artist. Metallica's growing success was such that the band's British label Music for Nations released "Creeping Death" as a limited-edition single, which sold 40,000 copies as an import in the U.S. Two of the three songs on the record—cover versions of Diamond Head's "Am I Evil?" and Blitzkrieg's "Blitzkrieg"—appeared on the 1988 Elektra reissue of "Kill' Em All." With unforgettable songs like "For Whom The Bell Tolls," "Creeping Death," and "Fade To Black", "Ride The Lightning" has sold over 5 million copies in the U.S. and has been certified 5x Platinum by the RIAA. That bell in the beginning of "For Whom The Bell Tolls", isn't really a bell at all. As producer Flemming Rasmussen recalled: “We had an anvil in the studio, and Lars had to bang that; it could've been that or from a record of sound effects. But there was a really heavy, cast-iron anvil and a metal hammer, and we stuck them in an all-concrete room. He'd just go wang.” If you've ever tried to play along with the studio album version of "For Whom, The Bell Tolls, " you've probably had some guitar tuning issues. That's because the song is a quarter step above standard tuning. Why? As the Metallica Wiki says, there are two theories. The first is that the band intentionally sped up the recording, pitch shifting it in the process. The second is that the guitars are tuned up a quarter step to match the pitch of the "tolling bells." I mean anvil... now that's "metal AF". Metallica embarked on its first major European tour with Tank to an average crowd of 1,300. Returning to the U.S., it embarked upon a tour co-headlining with W.A.S.P. and supported by Armored Saint, featuring John Bush on vocals, who later went on to front Anthrax. Metallica played its largest show at the Monsters of Rock fest at Donington Park, England, on August 17, 1985, with Bon Jovi and Ratt, playing to 70,000 people. Then, at the "Day on the Green" festival in Oakland, California, the band played to a crowd of 60,000. Metallica's third studio album, Master of Puppets, was recorded at Sweet Silence Studios in Denmark from September to December 1985 and was released in March 1986. The album reached number 29 on the Billboard 200 and spent 72 weeks on the chart. It was the band's first album to be certified gold on November 4, 1986 and has sold over 6 million copies. In 2015, Master of Puppets became the first ever metal album in history to be selected by the Library of Congress for preservation in the National Recording Registry. Following the album's release, Metallica supported Ozzy Osbourne on a U.S. tour. During this time, James Hetfield broke his wrist while skateboarding; he continued with the tour, performing vocals, with guitar technician John Marshall playing rhythm guitar. On the night of Sept. 26, 1986, Metallica was traveling between tour dates in Sweden when Burton and guitarist Kirk Hammett drew cards to decide who would get to choose a bunk. The bassist drew the Ace of Spades and chose the bunk Hammett had been occupying. "I said fine, take my bunk," the guitarist recalled in VH1's Behind the Music. "I'll sleep up front; it's probably better anyway." In the early morning of Sept. 27, 1986, shortly before 7 AM, the band members were awakened abruptly when the bus began to sway from side to side. The driver later told authorities that he lost control of the bus after hitting a patch of black ice. The bus left the road and flipped over on its side, and Cliff Burton – asleep in the top bunk – was thrown through the window. As the bus came down, it landed on top of him. He was only 24 years old. Reportedly, attempts were made to rescue him from underneath the bus by lifting it with a crane, but the crane slipped, and the bus crashed down on top of Burton a second time. Band members and onlookers have given different accounts of whether Burton died upon the first impact or when the bus came down again. Whichever way it happened, Cliff Burton died at the scene. Hetfield said: "I saw the bus lying right on him. I saw his legs sticking out. I freaked. The bus driver, I recall, was trying to yank the blanket out from under him to use for other people. I just went, 'Don't fucking do that!' I already wanted to kill the bus driver. I don't know if he was drunk or if he hit some ice. All I knew was, he was driving and Cliff wasn't alive anymore." James has said he walked up and down the road in his socks and underwear looking for black ice and found none. The band has speculated over the years if drinking or drugs could have played a role in the accident or if the driver fell asleep at the wheel. An investigation cleared the driver of any wrongdoing. Burton was cremated, and his ashes were scattered at the Maxwell Ranch in California. Metallica's "Orion" was played at the ceremony, and lyrics from "To Live Is to Die" are engraved upon his memorial stone: "Cannot the Kingdom of Salvation take me home." In an interview with Gibson TV, Kirk Hammet, who could have been the one in that unlucky bunk said: "The last show that we played with Cliff was a spectacular show," Kirk recalls in the interview. "It was the first show after maybe six or seven weeks when James was back on guitar because he had broken his arm during the Ozzy tour. His arms was healed enough so he was able to play guitar and it was the first show where we had James back… and it was the night that Cliff died. "Everyone was just so happy James was back and to have James's guitar fuelling everything again, rather than me and John Marshall [tech and stand-in guitarist] sharing that duty. We played really, really well and felt like we were back 100%… so that last show was one of the best shows we'd played all fucking year and in retrospect I'm glad Cliff's last show was special in that regard. It really was, in all respects, one of the best shows we'd played and Cliff was very, very happy. So knowing that is a good thing." "It' didn't really, truly sink in until about three weeks or so [afterwards]," Hammett remembers. "As a tribute to Cliff's memory it was important for us to go on [but for] those first two weeks it was up and down, we had no idea what we were going to do. I was taking guitar lessons, the old standby for musicians who can't find any gigs or band. That's what I was actually thinking."
With Cliff still on vacation, Travis and James regroup to get you caught up on all the latest in Modern & Pioneer MTGO meta shifts, fast mover card prices, specs to watch and a detailed chat about the TCGPlayer acquisition of Channel Fireball.
Welcome to Beer Fest Fridays! IMT head-trainer Vicente Azua "Junior" joins the BeerFest Friday crew, fresh off of the 2022 CrossFit Quarterfinals. The crew explores lagers, from crisp and refreshing Mexican style lagers, Czek pilsners to darker maltier amber lagers, with some inevitable shots of tequila and fireball. Beer Fest Fridays, where beer meets barbells! Follow: Instagram: @BeerFestFridays | Twitter: @BeerFestFridays | Hashtag: #BeerFestFridays
Kane Cornes and David King present Fireball Friday on SEN SA BREAKFAST. Today's guests include current Brisbane Lions coach Chris Fagan and former St Kilda coach and powerbroker Grant Thomas. The boys also work their way through the Friday Ramble, the Friday Agenda, Trade Talk, and your weekly top performers.
Kane and Kingy speak with the coach of the Brisbane Lions on Fireball Friday. Topics include David Noble, Dan McStay, his confrontation with journalist Michael Whiting, and the COVID situation at the club.
This episode is part of Pledge Week 2022. Every day this week, I'll be posting old Patreon bonus episodes of the podcast which will have this short intro. These are short, ten- to twenty-minute bonus podcasts which get posted to Patreon for my paying backers every time I post a new main episode -- there are well over a hundred of these in the archive now. If you like the sound of these episodes, then go to patreon.com/andrewhickey and subscribe for as little as a dollar a month or ten dollars a year to get access to all those bonus episodes, plus new ones as they appear. Click below for the transcript Transcript In today's main episode we look at the career of Bobby Fuller, who many have speculated died because of in some way upsetting the Mafia. So in this bonus episode we're going to look at someone who had a much longer, more successful, career, and did so because he managed *not* to upset the Mafia. We're going to look at the involvement of Morris Levy in the birth of bubblegum, and at "Hanky Panky" by Tommy James and the Shondells: [Excerpt: Tommy James and the Shondells, "Hanky Panky"] The original lineup of the Shondells started out when Tommy James was only twelve years old, and still going by his birth name Tommy Jackson. They performed for three years under various names before, in 1962, recording their first single, "Long Pony Tail", under the name Tom and the Tornadoes: [Excerpt: Tom and the Tornadoes, "Long Pony Tail"] That was actually a cover version of a song originally recorded by the Fireballs, a group that Norman Petty had produced a couple of minor hits for at that point, and who would go on to have a number one with "Sugar Shack", but who are now best known for being the group that Petty got to overdub new instrumental backing on Buddy Holly's acoustic demos so he could keep releasing posthumous hits. "Long Pony Tail" was not a hit, and soon the group had changed their name to the Shondells, inspired by the local one-hit wonder Troy Shondell, who had had a hit with "This Time": [Excerpt: Troy Shondell, "This Time"] The group continued making records on tiny labels with no promotional budget for several years, until they recorded a song called "Hanky Panky". That song had been written by Jeff Barry and Ellie Greenwich, and released as a B-side by Barry and Greenwich's studio group The Raindrops: [Excerpt: The Raindrops, "Hanky Panky"] That record had never been a hit, supposedly because the song to which it was a B-side, “That Boy John”, made people think of John F Kennedy, who was killed shortly after the record's release. But a copy had been picked up by a musician in Michigan, who had added the song to his group's live set, and it had become popular. Another local group, the Spinners -- not the vocal group from Detroit, or the British folk group, but another group of the same name -- saw the reaction that band had from the song, and added it to their own sets. They hadn't got a copy of the record themselves, so they didn't know all the words, so they just made new ones up, other than "My baby does the hanky-panky". When Tommy James saw the reaction the Spinners had, he felt he had to grasp an opportunity. Back in 1960, Joe Jones had recorded "California Sun", a song written by Henry Glover, on Roulette Records: [Excerpt: Joe Jones, "California Sun"] Another group on the same local scene as the Shondells, the Princeton Five, had been playing that song in their sets -- and then a third local group, the Playmates, renamed themselves the Rivieras, ripped off the Princeton Five's arrangement of the song before the Princeton Five could record it, and made the national top ten with it: [Excerpt: The Rivieras, "California Sun"] The lesson was clear -- if a local band starts doing well with a song, it's winner-takes-all and whoever gets into the studio first gets the hit. So the Shondells went into the studio and quickly cut their version, based on what they could remember of what the Spinners could remember of someone else's live versions of “Hanky Panky”, making up new words where they didn't know the real ones. It was released on a tiny local label called Snap: [Excerpt: Tommy James and the Shondells, "Hanky Panky"] The record was a very minor local hit, but didn't get any airplay in major markets, and the Shondells split up, and James joined a new group, the Koachmen. The Koachmen toured for a while, playing dead-end gigs and scraping a living for many months, with constant lineup changes, until eventually also calling it quits. It was then that James got the shocking news that "Hanky Panky" was now number one in Pittsburgh. Somehow a local dance promoter had found the record and started playing it at club nights. It had gone down shockingly well, so a Pittsburgh company just started pressing up more copies from the single, and it sold eighty thousand copies in ten days. The company pressing the record got in touch with the owner of Snap Records, who told Tommy that he needed to put together a new Shondells quickly. As it turned out, there was another band in the area who were called the Shandells (according to James' autobiography -- other sources say they were called the Raconteurs). James became their lead singer and changed the group's name to the Shondells, James went to New York to try to get the newly-successful record national distribution, and to get his new Shondells signed. There was the start of a bidding war, with Red Bird, Atlantic, RCA and others all interested... until Morris Levy of Roulette Records phoned the owners of all the other labels and told them "This is my record". James was quickly persuaded that it wasn't a good idea to refuse offers made by someone with Levy's mob connections, and Tommy James and the Shondells signed to Roulette Records. "Hanky Panky" was reissued and went to number one. The group had a series of hits from 1966 through 1967, including "I Think We're Alone Now", written for the group by their producer Ritchie Cordell: [Excerpt: Tommy James and the Shondells, "I Think We're Alone Now"] And "Mony Mony", a group effort written by several people including Cordell and James, inspired by a large flashing neon sign advertising Mutual of New York: [Excerpt: Tommy James and the Shondells, "Mony Mony"] These early hits helped define bubblegum music, and were massively successful. Levy took a fatherly interest in James, and while he refused ever to pay the royalty rates in James' contract -- James estimates he is owed thirty to forty million dollars in unpaid royalties -- he did make sure that James got what Levy thought was a fair amount, and the two had a good relationship, though James resented much of Levy's attitude towards his music, and had very real qualms about working for a mobster. James particularly disliked the pressure he was under to produce hit singles rather than grow as an artist. James was, though, allowed to change styles as the times changed, and moved into psychedelic rock, co-writing and recording the number one hit "Crimson and Clover" with the group's drummer: [Excerpt: Tommy James and the Shondells, "Crimson and Clover"] And "Crystal Blue Persuasion", inspired by the Book of Revelation, with two other band members, which went to number two: [Excerpt: Tommy James and the Shondells, "Crystal Blue Persuasion"] In 1970, James went solo, having another major hit with "Draggin' the Line": [Excerpt: Tommy James, "Draggin' the Line"] He also co-wrote and produced the big hit "Tighter Tighter" for Alive N Kickin': [Excerpt: Alive N Kickin', "Tighter Tighter"] But two changes in the early seventies saw James lose his commercial momentum. The first was that he started more explicitly writing about his Christian faith, including titling a solo album "Christian of the World". The other, more serious, problem was that a mob war started in New York, with one of the families opposed to Levy's targeting Levy's friends. Levy made James get out of New York and move to Nashville to keep safe, and James moved into country music while he was there, but was unsuccessful in his new genre. James eventually escaped from Levy, as Levy's control over his music industry holdings slipped with his loss of dominance in the mob, but James never returned to commercial success, though his old hits continued to have influence on the next generation of bubblegum pop -- in 1987, Tiffany's cover version of "I Think We're Alone Now" was knocked off number one by Billy Idol's version of "Mony Mony". He currently tours as a nostalgia act, and finally receives royalties from his hits. He's often somewhat dismissed as a minor act, but James, with and without the Shondells, had a hugely impressive run of hit singles, and his catalogue is probably due reevaluation.
In this podcast, we explore how your parenting personality is helping you shine and holding you back.In this episode, we explore the ultimate Fireball superpower—how it sets them apart from Constellations and Crescents, and why the other two parenting personalities need to take notes from Fireballs and adopt this superpower to keep their sanity, their identity, and become a happier parent. Ready to discover your parenting personality? Take the quiz at EvieandSarah.com/quiz For more personalized support to help you reach your positive parenting goals, join our online community, The Neighborhood, at community.evieandsarah.com. Get in touch on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/parentingpersonalities/Or find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/modernmannersformomsanddads Music: Something Elated by Broke for Free See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
HOUR 4: Geoff Schwartz, SiriusXM Pac-12 Networks Radio, joins DA to break down the latest news regarding college football realignment and the Pac-12. Did Mariota take a shot at Titans coaches? Also, Advanced Analytics and today's Epic Fail.
In which the party find that their property has been imprisoned for crimes against... property. Every fortnight on Flintlocks and Fireballs, join actors Robbie Bellekom (as Scamp), Sam Burns (as Corzin Horhace) and Ellie Sparrow (as Celestia Stardust) with Dungeon Master Jason Phelps for adventure in the Napoleonic world of Calcinea, a setting for 5th Edition Dungeons & Dragons. Music: Theme song © Jason Phelps. All other music & sound © Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com), Marc v/d Meulen (marcvdmeulen.com), Shane Ivers (silvermansound.com) or Syrinscape (syrinscape.com). Rated 15+ (We swear like sailors.) Why not join our merry crew at Patreon, for extra content and to support the show? - https://patreon.com/flintlocksandfireballs
Join Nick and Charlie for a shot of Fireball at Brooks Golf Courses' Par-Tee Patio as the guys welcome Professional Golfer, Mikkel Reese. Enjoy as the guys dive into Mikkel's professional career over the years and his recent experience as an almost qualifier but alternate for the 2022 US Senior Open. Cheers Boys! (and girls)
Gorgonzola is slow to make friends and quick to make enemies, as she crosses paths with some of the folk who call the Wildewinter Wood home. We are tantalizingly close to our Patreon stretch goal! Help us reach $250/month and we'll release a MUSICAL EPISODE of Try Not To Die! Produced by Noah Perito and Lisa Condemi Music by Noah Perito and Lisa Condemi Sound Effects: “Book Sound Effects” - Allsounds/Audionauti “Cracking-earthquake-cracking-soil-cracking-stone” - uagadugu “Bamf” - themfish “Lightning crash” - noisenoir “Arrow-whoosh-twang-01” - strangely-gnarled “Fireball-whoosh” - robinhood76 “Arrow-strike” - plantmonkey “Blizzard” - Michaël Ghelfi “Ice-frost-spell-skill” - I eminyildirim “Glass Smash” - chewiesmissus “Fairy Dust Sound Effect” - Free Audio Zone “Industrial Buzz” - bigmanjoe “Gut-a-blastix” - rolandseer All sounds from FreeSound.org, unless listed under Allsounds/Audionauti, Free Audio Zone, Fun with Sound, Michaël Ghelfi, or Sword Coast Soundscapes. Additional Sound Effects by Noah Perito
Ep. 100. Milestone. That's fun. Anyway, we talk about Xander Schauffele's win at the Travelers Championship, his first solo PGA Tour win since early 2019. We also touch on Theegala, Rory, Cantlay, and more. Then, we preview this week's John Deere Classic including betting picks for the week. We also talk LIV, Sergio Garcia already changing his team name, and more. Enjoy, folks.
Ep. 100. Milestone. That's fun. Anyway, we talk about Xander Schauffele's win at the Travelers Championship, his first solo PGA Tour win since early 2019. We also touch on Theegala, Rory, Cantlay, and more. Then, we preview this week's John Deere Classic including betting picks for the week. We also talk LIV, Sergio Garcia already changing his team name, and more. Enjoy, folks.
With all the great music artists we have had on already Mark 2.0 is only getting better and better. Today we had the pleasure of interviewing pop and jazz icon Greg Kane, of the Scottish pop Duo "Hue and Cry". They splashed onto the music scene with "Labour of Love back 1987 and never looked back. They have produced many great singles including: "Labour of Love" "I Refuse", "Looking For Linda", "Violently", "Fireball" and countless others. They have 14 studio albums, and are currently working on their 15th. If you haven't discovered Hue and Cry check out their website at https://hueandcry.co.uk/ You can get their merchandise, find tour dates, their social media links and more. As always make sure to like, subscribe, share, comment and if you haven't done so already check out our other podcast episodes. We've had so many iconic guests so far and we are not slowing down. Mark 2.0 The Human Experience Podcast. Where my Co-Host Gordon and I interview a broad range of guests. From actors, musicians, scholars and athletes to other inspiring guests. Share and follow us on social media, links are listed below.Twitter- https://twitter.com/M20podcastInstagram-https://www.instagram.com/mark2.0_podcast/Tik Tok- https://email@example.comFacebook-https://www.facebook.com/mark2.0podcastofficial
Go buy some shit at gunslaps.com When I was in high school I used to hang out at our small town pizza shop with my friends and there was a mid 40's hippie that didn't own a car and rode a bike everywhere. Anyway, a few wiggles of the worm and this old fish was about to gnaw the fucking hook off. We meet up at the park and she pulled out a 6 pack and a bag of weed. I have zero interest in getting to know this chick but her ass had me mesmerized. We threw her bike in the back of my car, I drove her to her place, and I nailed her so hard she had sympathy pains for Jesus. A few weeks go by and we meet up when we can, make the beast with two backs, and go our separate ways. Things were going great until we made plans for her to spend the 4th of July at house while my parents were out of town and she got so whacked out on black tar heroin that she threw a full bottle of Fireball through the fucking patio door. I loaded her shit up and took her back to her place. A week or so later she calls and tells me she's sorry and wants to hook up asap. Common sense told me no but I wanted another crack at that ass so, well, you know what happened? We must have fucked for 6 hours because when I finally woke up, it felt like my meat had been slammed in a car door. I'd been banging late 20's and early 30's women and I'd NEVER been fucked that hard. Seasons change and we slowly grew apart but I'll never forget that amazing summer with Melissa.
Let's explore how your parenting personality is helping you shine or holding you back. In this podcast, we help you build your positive parenting practice by diving into the strengths and struggles of Crescent, Constellation, and Fireball parents. Ready to discover your parenting personality? Take the quiz at EvieandSarah.com/quiz then tune back in right here to learn and grow together. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
During his last official observing run before retiring, my Catalina Sky Survey teammate, Rik Hill knocked two out of the park. On successive nights he discovered two new potentially hazardous asteroids 2015 TD323 and 2015 TK238. Not to worry, neither of these asteroids are a threat to Earth in the foreseeable future. However, they are large enough and can come close enough to prompt asteroid hunters to keep careful track of them.
In part 2 of our Anniversary episode, we recap some races we did in the month of May! We had the NCRC Classic in Raleigh, NC that was hot and hilly and while Michael & Jamie may have squashed toxic masculinity, Erin experienced some along the course. We follow that up with the Taco Mile at Antietam Brewery where friends took on the Beer mile as well. Did Diana's taco eating strategy work out for her? Find out! Finally Michael & Erin ran the First State 25k by @beastcoastpro on a very hot & humid day! There was a nice course, hills, great friends, Fireball shots, finish line beers and a drunk Michael. Then we wrap up with Something Good! . Come laugh with us as we share our running experiences and talk about everything from our favorite beer runs to our chafing nightmares. Tell us what YOU run for... Email us or leave a voice memo at WillRunForPodcast@gmail.com Find us on Facebook and Instagram @WillRunForPodcast Tag your pictures and stories @WillRunForPodcast and help grow our community. . Chapters NCRC Classic Recap The Taco Mile First State 25k Something Good
Today I am on the big family vacation. I recap the trip down and the weight loss, so far. after a little bit, Will joins me and we discuss the sibling tattoos we got, golf, sneaking out when we were young, and Peter Pan. I am drinking Cigar City Brewing's Margarita Gose and Will brought Fireball. The Gose is pretty good. If there is an adult beverage you'd like us to try? Email us for an address you can send it to. I promise to drink any LEGAL, UNOPENED liquor you send us. You can also send us small bottles for the next grab bag episode. Please share with your friends and social media circles and be sure to tune in to our livestream on Saturdays at 8pm Eastern, on Facebook, Twitter, Twitch, and YouTube. We also have merch available here— https://www.b3fpodcast.com/shop. Check it out and support the show. Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/B3fPodcast and Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/b3f_podcast/ and like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/B3FPodcast/. Drop us your questions and/or comments at firstname.lastname@example.org or at https://www.b3fpodcast.com/contact. Subscribe to our Youtube Channel: https://www.youtibe.com/b3fpodcast. Subscribe to our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/b3fpodcast, or support us through Buy Me a Coffee (Booze, actually): https://www.buymeacoffee.com/b3fpodcast. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/b3fpodcast/message
The Get Out N Drive Podcast made the road trip to SEMA 2021! One of the highlights of the show was hosting having the guys host the Get Out N Drive Podcast from the Racing Junk booth. When you are hanging out in the Racing Junk booth, some cool folks stop by. The mics were set to on and the car talk took off with Fireball Tim Lawrence!Fireball Tim Lawrence does it ALL! Founder of Fireball Publishing, President of The Murphy Auto Museum, President of the Halos and Heros Foundation, not to mention being a legend in the Car Design world, having concepted for over 400 of Hollywood's biggest films including BATMAN, KNIGHT RIDER, JURASSIC PARK & MONSTER GARAGE and ARTEMIS FOWL. Award Winning Car Designer, Filmmaker, Host for Speed Channel, TLC, Discovery, Velocity and many others and has literally reached over a BILLION viewers.Be sure to visit the official Fireball Tim website to learn more, buy the most badass coloring books around, join Team Fireball and follow Tim on social media.Speed over to our friends at RacingJunk.comBe sure to follow Get Out and Drive Podcast on social media!GOND WebsiteIG: Get_Out_N_DriveTwitter GetOutNDrivePodFB Get.Out.N.Drive.PodcastYouTube https://tinyurl.com/GONDYouTubeJoin our fb group to share pics of how you Get Out N DriveFollow Jason on IGIG @oldecarrguyFollow Jason on fbfb @oldecarrguySubscribe To the Olde Carr Guy YouTube ChannelFollow John on IGIG @customcarnerdFriend John on fbRecording Engineer, Paul MeyerSign Up and Learn more about National Get Out N Drive Day.Grab your Official Decals, Apparel and other cool shirts at GetDriveGear.com Subscribe to the Str8SixFan YouTube Channel.Be sure to join the coolest place on YouTube on Thursday nights at 7pm CST, The CarrGuy & SixFan Show, powered by the Get Out N Drive Podcast.Support the show
This past weekend, we got to celebrate one of the best occasions ever in the life of This is my Bourbon Podcast. Eric and I are so thankful for everyone who came out to share so many pours and laughs and memories with us, and none of this could have happened without y'all. It's one of my greatest joys to get to share Kentucky with friends, and this was just another tick along the way. In this recording of the live show, we welcome Jason from The Mash and Drum, Chad from MyDailyBourbon, and David & Kira from WhiskeyChannelDotCom (ShelfTurds), as we have an insane time in front of a live audience, ask random strangers questions, and we even review...Fireball. Enjoy. We did. Become a patron of the show at http://www.patreon.com/mybourbonpodcast Send us an email with questions or comments to email@example.com Check out all of our merch and apparel: http://bourbonshop.threadless.com/ Leave us a message for Barrel Rings at (859)428-8253 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mybourbonpod/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/mybourbonpod Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mybourbonpod/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/thisismybourbonpodcast PayPal, if you feel so inclined: PayPal.me/pritter1492
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Dr. Kyle Gillett has a unique approach to patient care using his six pillars of health: exercise, diet, sleep, stress, sunshine, and spirit. His expertise and teaching style are highly regarded in the integrative and functional medicine industry. Dr. Gillet continues to make a name for himself in national media by forwarding the concepts of personalized medicine. Although he is an expert in many fields, in this episode we focus on male hormones. Listen in as we discuss Dr. Gillett's pillars of health and how he uses them in practice. We also hear about his approach to balancing male hormones, the role of testing, and when to use testosterone replacement therapy (TRT). Today on The Lab Report: 3:20 Kyle Gillett on family medicine and obesity medicine 8:00 The 6 Pillars of Health 10:45 The overall approach to male hormonal balance 12:20 When to reach for Testosterone Replacement Therapy (TRT) 19:35 Aromatase inhibitors and estrogen 22:05 TRT in females 24:35 The roll of the microbiome in hormonal health 28:40 Important nutrients for hormones 30:30 The Fireball Additional Resources: Gillett Health Gillett Health on YouTube Subscribe, Rate, & Review The Lab Report Thanks for tuning in to this week's episode of The Lab Report, presented by Genova Diagnostics, with your hosts Michael Chapman and Patti Devers. If you enjoyed this episode, please hit the subscribe button and give us a rating or leave a review. Don't forget to visit our website, like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn. Email Patti and Michael with your most interesting and pressing questions on functional medicine: firstname.lastname@example.org. And, be sure to share your favorite Lab Report episodes with your friends and colleagues on social media to help others learn more about Genova and all things related to functional medicine and specialty lab testing. Disclaimer: The content and information shared in The Lab Report is for educational purposes only and should not be taken as medical advice. The views and opinions expressed in The Lab Report represent the opinions and views of Michael Chapman and Patti Devers and their guests. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In which the party must face their most single-minded foe to date - MOTH-MAN! BIFF! SOCK! POW! Every fortnight on Flintlocks and Fireballs, join actors Robbie Bellekom (as Scamp), Sam Burns (as Corzin Horhace) and Ellie Sparrow (as Celestia Stardust) with Dungeon Master Jason Phelps for adventure in the Napoleonic world of Calcinea, a setting for 5th Edition Dungeons & Dragons. Music: Theme song © Jason Phelps. All other music & sound © Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com), Marc v/d Meulen (marcvdmeulen.com), Shane Ivers (silvermansound.com) or Syrinscape (syrinscape.com). Rated 15+ (We swear like sailors.) Why not join our merry crew at Patreon, for extra content and to support the show? - https://patreon.com/flintlocksandfireballs
Well-known Cultra Celebrities Fee Cosham, Albertstar Galactica and the Monkey Stuffer stop by to recount their time spent at NJ's Three Days at the Fair last week with raw, graphic content! Three Days RESULTS TUNNOCK'S Yodels Pork Soda? CT's best poutine? Outro music by Nick Byram Become a Cultra Crew Patreon Supporter Cultra Facebook Fan Page Sign up for a race at Live Loud Running Sign up for a crazy adventure at Rat Race
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