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A week after all teh stars came out for The Players Championship the PGA moves onto the Valspar Championship on the west coast of Florida. And Hidden Gems Golf is right there with them. The field may not be as strong as last week but never fear, there is money to be made! TheMoJoKing will take a look at the course, the tournament history and the field to offer up some long shot ideas.Mo says he has a gauranteed win this week! Listen to that and more. It's fun, it's fast, it's hidden gems golf.On Twitter: @APowerMoJoHidden Gems Golf is proud to be part of the 19 Media Group.@19MGroup
Another busy week in the world of BFC is analysed by Natalie, Charlotte & Tom. They look back at the thumping win over Huddersfield & the last minute win over Fleetwood to put us into the FA Cup Quarter Finals for the first time in 20 years.We also look ahead to Saturday's trip to the seaside to face Mick McCarthy's Blackpool. Dave dials in with his Head-2-Head & Memory Match & Adam has an FPL Update including an exciting February MOTM announcement. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
20230228KMC - Keane, Gidley, Fleetwood, McFarland by Kevin McCullough Radio
There are some amazing collector cars on offer at RM Sotheby's last Amelia Island Sale. Join Greg Stanley and Car Specialist, Jake O'Gorman, as they review highlights from the Pre-War Era to today. You can learn more at https://rmsothebys.com/en/auctions/am23 Cars mentioned in this episode: 1969 Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Daytona Berlinetta by Scaglietti 1991 Jaguar XJR-15 1929 Rolls-Royce Phantom I Derby Speedster by Brewster 1930 Cadillac V-16 Roadster by Fleetwood 1931 Duesenberg Model J 'Disappearing Top' Convertible Coupe by Murphy 1958 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Roadster 1963 Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Roadster 1957 Ford Thunderbird 'F-Code' 1974 Ferrari 246 Dino GTS ‘Chairs & Flares' by Scaglietti 1949 Snowberger-Offy Indianapolis '500' Roadster 1934 Tatra T77 2010 Pagani Zonda R 'Revolución Specification' Δ 1959 Ferrari 250 GT LWB California Spider by Scaglietti Please support our sponsors: RM Sotheby's, Advantage Lifts, Euro Classics and Pioneer Electronics. Follow The Collector Car Podcast: Website, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube or communicate with Greg directly via Email. Join RM Sotheby's Car Specialist Consultant Greg Stanley as he applies over 25 years of insight and analytical experience to the collector car market. Greg interviews the experts, reviews market trends and even has some fun. Podcasts are posted every Thursday and available on Apple Podcast, GooglePlay, Spotify and wherever podcasts are found. See more at www.TheCollectorCarPodcast.com or contact Greg directly at Greg@TheCollectorCarPodcast.com. Are you looking to consign at one of RM Sotheby's auctions? Email Greg at GStanley@RMSothebys.com. Greg uses Hagerty Valuation Guide for sourcing automotive insights, trends and data points.
Fudge is back from literal camel riding and is joined by Simon, Ben and Jon, We also talk to Rossco from The Kings of Anglia podcast in our old/new segment "hello from the other side".This week... we go top of the league, Was it Offside? Are we bothered about the cup anymore?
Singing The Blues: Talking Sheffield Wednesday
Well the Fleetwood Sandwich turned out to just be two slices of Fleetwood as the Cheltenham game falls victim to the weather.We look back at a win and a draw against the Cod Army, and preview a busy couple of weeks with four games including biiiiig games with Plymouth and Ipswich.Plus a review of Wednesday's transfer window activity - or rather, lack therof.Thank you to our awesome Gold supporters Tyto Law Solicitors: https://www.tytolaw.co.uk/Contact us on Twitter: twitter.com/DomAndJames twitter.com/domhowson twitter.com/JamesMarriottUTO.
Simon is in the chair tonight as Fudge is literally on holiday again, Today we talk about a poor deadline day, Or was it? and try to get excited about a poor cup draw
Shawn Fleetwood, writer at The Federalist, joined WMAL's "O'Connor and Company" radio program on Wednesday to discuss a Maryland town looking to let minors vote. This Maryland Town Just Became The Next Battleground In Democrats' Push To Let Minors Vote. Cheverly, Maryland, is considering whether to allow individuals as young as 16 to vote in local elections. https://thefederalist.com/2023/01/27/this-maryland-town-just-became-the-next-battleground-in-democrats-push-to-let-minors-vote/ For more coverage on the issues that matter to you, visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 FM from 5-9 AM ET. To join the conversation, check us out on Twitter: @WMALDC, @LarryOConnor, @Jgunlock, @patricepinkfile and @heatherhunterdc.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the third hour of the morning show, Larry O'Connor and Julie Gunlock talked to VA Delegate Dave La Rock and Shawn Fleetwood. They also discussed the crazy stuff VP Kamala Harris said yesterday and Monday, plus the latest Critter News. For more coverage on the issues that matter to you, visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 FM from 5-9 AM ET. To join the conversation, check us out on Twitter: @WMALDC, @LarryOConnor, @Jgunlock, @patricepinkfile and @heatherhunterdc.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Fudge Is joined by Jon, Simon and Ben talking all things post-FleetwoodAre we missing an entertainment element? or are the results more important?Was the Cheltenham break what we needed?Good luck to Jose Semedo in his retirement
Episode 241 - The Farmers Insurance Open starts this Wednesday featuring Rahm, Schauffele, Finau, Thomas, Morikawa, Matsuyama, and plenty more. On the DP World Tour we have a second consecutive Rolex Series event - the Dubai Desert Classic - with McIlroy, Hatton, Lowry and Fleetwood. Listeners should visit Golf Betting System for the best golf betting tips coverage. Read our new best bookmaker for golf guide. BetVictor are offering some unmatchable player odds across Abu Dhabi and The American Express. New customers, 18+ can access a Bet £10, Get £40 in free bets in bonuses offer. Claim Offer Here Offer Terms: 18+ New customers only. Opt in, bet £10+ at odds 2.00+, in 7 days. No cash out. Get 3x £10 Free Bets on selected events. Plus a £10 Slot Bonus, selected games, wager 20x to withdraw max £250. 7 day bonuses expiry. Card payments only. T&Cs apply, see below. begambleaware.org. #Ad. We talk 2023 Golf Betting System Majors Competition sponsored by bet365 - entry details and comp rules are here. Intro: 00:30; Listener Reviews: 01:39; Last Week: 02:57; bet365 Sponsored 2023 Majors Competition 11:29; Farmers Insurance Start: 13:16; Dubai Desert Classic Start: 51:37. Steve's Farmers Preview: farmers insurance open tips Steve's Golf Betting Show preview on Youtube: farmers insurance open betting tips Paul's Dubai Preview: dubai desert classic tips This week's Predictor Models: PGA Tour predictor model DP World Tour predictor model We have a new set of Golf Betting System bookmaker guides, highlighting current 2023 sports accounts. boylesports promo code betfred promo code betvictor promo code ladbrokes promo code coral promo code unibet promo code bet365 opening offer bet365 bonus code 10bet new customer offer All offers are for new customers, 18+ Check out our new golf form guide section at Golf Betting System The Grand National is in April so maximise you each-way places read our grand national 8 places each way guide Twitter: Steve Bamford @Bamfordgolf; Barry O'Hanrahan @AGoodTalkGolf; Paul Williams @GolfBetting Golf Betting System Facebook Group: Join our Golf Betting System Facebook Group This podcast is for listeners of 18 and above. Please be Gambleaware, you can visit BeGambleAware.org for more information and of course please bet responsibly.
Singing The Blues: Talking Sheffield Wednesday
Quite a couple of weeks - dumping Newcastle out of the cup and a hard-fought victory at Wycombe to pull clear of Ipswich in second, with top spot in our sights...Dom and James look back over those games, and ahead to the infamous Fleetwood, with visits from The Cods in the league and FA Cup separated by a trip to Cheltenham.Plus with Mark McGuinness back at Cardiff, what's looking likely in the final fortnight of the transfer window?Thank you to our awesome Gold supporters Tyto Law Solicitors: https://www.tytolaw.co.uk/Contact us on Twitter: twitter.com/DomAndJames twitter.com/domhowson twitter.com/JamesMarriottUTO.
Owls Americast: Sheffield Wednesday opinion with an American accent
Jeffrey does not have permission to open a Google Doc. Mike does not have permission to open a Google Doc. Nevertheless we recap a stodgy 1-0 win at Wycombe and cobble together a preview of Fleetwood and Cheltenham.
With nearly three decades of experience, a $35M sales track record, a popular TEDx talk, inclusion in a best-selling business book, and 15 years in the esteemed President's Club at FranklinCovey, you could say she's lived a little. She has also navigated divorce, co-parenting, raising a couple of amazing humans, including one with ADHD, and launching a business.What she knows to be true in all of it, there is always head trash, our uniqueness matters most, business is human, and striving and comparison are dream killers. She's most alive when she watches her clients come alive, find their tribe, and thrive. There is this "look" when they're thriving as their most authentic self. Their eyes sparkle, they stand taller and they laugh way more. It's badass. She's here for it.What we talked about:5:00- Getting to know Rebecca7:50- The stigma around making money as a woman12:00- The mindset surrounding money19:00- Changing the script of your story23:10- Filling your own cup27:20- Rebecca's career29:45- Tips for making money32:05- Integrating your story into your business model36:05- Wrap-upShow notes:Rebecca's bookRebecca's podcastRebecca's websiteRebecca on InstagramRebecca on FacebookRebecca on LinkedINJoin Holistic Mama SocietyContact Stacey:email@example.com Theherbanfarmacy.comSchedule a call to work with me: calendly.com/theherbanfarmacyConnect with Stacey:Stacey on InstagramStacey's WebsiteJoin The Herban Farmacy Facebook GroupShop Beautycounter for Black FridayJoin as a Beautycounter advocateSandyBoy Productions Shows:Why is Everyone Yelling?The Illuminate PodcastI'll Have Another with Lindsey HeinThe Ready to Run Podcast
Episode 240 - Golf in 2023 gets into full swing with the DP World Tour returning with a Rolex Series event in Abu Dhabi with Hatton, Fleetwood and Lowry heading the betting. Over on the PGA Tour, The American Express is a birdiefest of epic proportions with Rahm, Cantlay, Scheffler and Finau the favourites. Listeners should visit Golf Betting System for the best golf betting this week coverage. Read our new best bookmaker for golf guide. BetVictor are offering some unmatchable player odds across Abu Dhabi and The American Express. New customers, 18+ can access a Bet £10, Get £40 in free bets in bonuses offer. Claim Offer Here Offer Terms: 18+ New customers only. Opt in, bet £10+ at odds 2.00+, in 7 days. No cash out. Get 3x £10 Free Bets on selected events. Plus a £10 Slot Bonus, selected games, wager 20x to withdraw max £250. 7 day bonuses expiry. Card payments only. T&Cs apply, see below. begambleaware.org. #Ad. We talk 2023 Golf Betting System Majors Competition sponsored by bet365 - entry details and comp rules are here. Intro: 00:30; Listener Reviews: 01:46; Max Homa Ante-Post: 02:59; Last Week: 06:16; Abu Dhabi HSBC Start: 11:52; The American Express Start: 40:36. Steve's Amex Preview: the american express betting tips Steve's Golf Betting Show preview on Youtube: the american express betting tips Paul's Abu Dhabi Preview: abu dhabi championship tips This week's Predictor Models: PGA Tour predictor model DP World Tour predictor model We have a new set of Golf Betting System bookmaker guides, highlighting current 2023 sports accounts. boylesports promo code betfred promo code betfair sign up offer ladbrokes promo code coral promo code unibet sign up offer bet365 new customer offer bet365 bonus code 10bet new customer offer All offers are for new customers, 18+ Check out our new golf betting form guide section at Golf Betting System The Grand National is in April so maximise you each-way places read our grand national 8 places each way guide Twitter: Steve Bamford @Bamfordgolf; Barry O'Hanrahan @AGoodTalkGolf; Paul Williams @GolfBetting Golf Betting System Facebook Group: Join our Golf Betting System Facebook Group This podcast is for listeners of 18 and above. Please be Gambleaware, you can visit BeGambleAware.org for more information and of course please bet responsibly.
Episode 351: Building Multi-Million Dollar Businesses with Skip Thaler, Part IV Episode Notes In our three-part podcast series, Skip Thaler generously shared what it took for him and his family to build several multi-million-dollar businesses. Today you will learn the confluence of events that led to Skip's decision to sell his 25-rental properties. The properties he and Jill worked so hard to acquire, fix up, and rent out. You will find out how our prior podcast conversations played a part in selling his last 7-bundled properties to one buyer. Skip dives into how he made the decision and how it affected his wife, Jill, and their three adult-children: Tim, George, and Sara. You will also hear Skip's concerns for future landlords with rental properties in Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota. There are long-term consequences to the social unrest and violence after George Floyd's murder and a Renter Protection Ordinance passed by the Minneapolis City Council that went into effect on June 1, 2020. Plus, I found new rules for screening renters in effect for 2023. Read it HERE. In 2021, another life-changing decision was made. Skip and Jill moved to Bonita Springs, Florida. Find out why moving from Lakeville, Minnesota to Florida made sense. A Brief Recap of Skip's Multi-Million Dollar Businesses Skip's first job out of school was in sales with IBM. He left there to start as a manufacturer representative; a business selling Fleetwood tires. That led to the most successful Fleetwood Franchise in the United States. Skip created a brokerage business to sell discontinued and blemished tires that grew into $13M in yearly sales. This financial success positioned him to merge his company with Tires Plus, combining the sales volume to $25M. At Tires Plus, Skip worked to help grow the business to $50M, selling his ownership in 1991 to his two business partners. Semi-retirement allowed Skip to pursue his love of sailing and found an international tire wholesale business, Intercontinental Marketing Corporation (IMC), while upholding his 5-year United States non-compete agreement. IMC is the birthplace of three pledges Skip made to himself. No more hiring of W-2 employees. IMC will not carry accounts receivable. He will not own inventory. Keeping faithful to his three promises, Skip prepared his company for George, his son, to join him in 1998 to learn the tire trading business. They diversified into motorcycle tires and used truck tires (casings) for retreaders. That business generated more than $10M in sales. Uniquely positioned in the marketplace, they kept their expenses under 8% of their gross profit, so 92 cents out of every dollar went to the bottom line. In 2012, his other son, Tim, joined the business as Skip transitioned into a new business. The business of acquiring brownstone apartment buildings in Minneapolis and St. Paul. Skip acquired 25 buildings with more than 400 apartment units. In our third podcast conversation, we learned that in December 2019, Skip purchased his 25th and last acquisition, an 8-unit complex Brownstone apartment building built in 1890 by the Cathedral in St. Paul, Minnesota. Skip enjoyed 20+ years of renovating and restoring these 100-year-old apartment complexes making each complex a standout in the neighborhood. He describes himself as the opposite of a slum lord investing to make everything appealing, from the curbside to each building's inside. Skip's attention to detail was apparent with the purchase of his 25th property, too. Original photographs from the late 1800s of the Brownstone properties were adorned in the hallways and entryways, giving a personalized touch. Beautifully landscaped yards with Mum-filled planters outside the buildings in the fall changed seasonally to make tenants feel good. New vintage lightwork, 100% wool carpets, restoring the house, and preserving past woodwork are a few examples of Skip's effort for each tenant to feel they have a nice place to live in.
Fudge is joined by Stevie, Simon and Ben talking about our amazing 3rd Round tie against Newcastle, After a brace from Josh Windass, Fleetwood await us in the next round TRIGGER WARNING : The events of 1989 are discussed here
Once upon a time... there was a band called Fleetwood Mac, but one day someone had an affair with Mick Fleetwod's wife, and boom, suddenly there were two Fleetwood Macs. This became a big problem for everyone. Mostly because, no one knew how to answer the question: which Fleetwood Mac is the real Fleetwood Mac? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Singing The Blues: Talking Sheffield Wednesday
Three wins, nine points and nine goals - a very healthy from the Christmas and New Year schedule for The Owls, as we take our place in the top two.We look back at victories over Fleetwood, Port Vale and Cambridge and pick out some the star performers from over the festive period.Plus we check out the early transfer talk as the January window opens.And there's a look ahead to Newcastle in the cup followed by Wycombe in League One.Thank you to our awesome Gold supporters Tyto Law Solicitors: https://www.tytolaw.co.uk/Contact us on Twitter: twitter.com/DomAndJames twitter.com/domhowson twitter.com/JamesMarriottUTO.
Bill and Frank's Guilt-Free Pleasures
[Transcript included at the end of these show notes] Fleetwood Mac's "Everywhere" is one of the greatest pop songs ever. Although forged in tumultuous times, "Everywhere" sounds like it comes straight from heaven. Thanks for spending your time with us! Follows, ratings, and recommendations are always appreciated! Helpful links mentioned in the episode: Our mixtape The demo That awful video You can find us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Masadon, and our website. You can email us at BandFGuiltFree@gmail.com, too. Here is our Spotify playlist featuring every song we've featured. Our theme music is by the incredibly talented Ian McGlynn. Transcript (easier to read on our website) Bill: [0:07] Let me set the stage for you, Frank. It's 2011. Frank: [0:11] Okay, like now or then? Gotcha. Bill: [0:13] Then, so bring yourself back to 2011. Frank: [0:19] 34 years old? Oh, what was I doing? Bill: [0:23] I know what I was doing. Frank: [0:25] Oh, yeah, that's right. Bill: [0:26] I was pining. So it's somewhere in March and I'm wondering if things are going to work out with me and, Ashley because we're not back together yet. It's been this seven year stretch and things look like they're promising but there are no kind of guarantees. Frank: [0:44] Yeah. Bill: [0:52] She's actually living in France. dating somebody else. Frank: [0:58] So there's a lot of obstacles stacked up against you. Bill: [1:03] Yeah, I got some, I got a bit of faith. [1:09] And that's, that's what I had going for me. Gumption. Frank: [1:12] Yeah engumption yes. Bill: [1:16] Yeah, that's right. I had gumption. So it's my like week off from school and our great friend of the podcast, our mentor, Chris Newkirk, says to me, hey, I got to go back to the States. Do you want to drive with me? I got to go for the week. It's your holiday. Why don't we drive down and you can do we road trip it? Frank: [1:38] And just road trip it. Yeah, nice. Bill: [1:40] So I went with on this road trip with Chris Newkirk. And at one point we're doing a drive from New Jersey to Pennsylvania. And he said, you know what? I have an iPod. He had an actual one of those old iPods, not even a phone, just iPod full of music. Frank: [1:58] Yeah, yeah, yeah. I had one of those up until about two years ago when it was stolen out of my car. Bill: [1:59] Because when we play a game. [2:03] That's right. Frank: [2:04] Just so you know. Bill: [2:05] Yeah, that's right. No, of course not. So he said, why don't we play three songs each? Frank: [2:06] It's not that old. It's not that uncommon, Bill. Bill: [2:11] You pick three songs and you could set it up in queue and then he'd pick three songs in queue and so that would be our way to kind of get things moving on our journey. And so I'm looking through his music which of course is way cooler than mine so I'm like I don't know this Smith song, I don't know this Pure song. So I'm desperately trying to find a song that I could put on also to impress him because we're always kind of trying to impress him. And then I see this song, Fleetwood Max everywhere. And I think to myself, oh, I remember this song. I was a kid, I loved this song. So I put it on the queue and then those opening notes come out or what would we call it? Opening beats. Frank: [2:55] Notes. I think you were right the first time. Bill: [2:56] Notes. Notes. I think you were right the first time. Okay. And suddenly everything is right in the world. And I say to him, everything about this song, is what makes life beautiful, something like that. I had this like profound moment that everything is gonna be okay. This is the most joy I have felt. And suddenly when I heard this song, it brought back feelings of being a kid and full of wonder. And it brought back sort of memories of just straight up hopefulness. And then I knew things would be okay. And so within the week, things are looking good. I'm engaged to Ashley by June, we're married. And then flash forward 11 years later, you're sitting amongst a ton of toys and blocks. And I apologize, there was a diaper right at your feet. We couldn't figure out why this place smelled like sewage. My apologies, but this is the life. This is everywhere to me. Frank: [3:57] In your defense, you didn't smell it because you're nose-blind. But no, this is a good place to be, and I'm glad that we can do this podcast everywhere. Bill: [4:12] Christine McVie just passed away recently. So people have been commenting on social media and in the news about how she really was. Frank: [4:14] Yeah, yeah. Bill: [4:24] One of the great songwriters of the past 40 years in a sense. And with Fleetwood Mac, we love to talk about, the Buckingham Knicks thing, the kind of craziness surrounding their albums, but she was the sort of steady hand in terms of making consistently great songs. Frank: [4:44] Yeah, so after her passing, I found I was listening to the radio and they did this little thing talking about Christine McVie and how she joined the band. So I don't know if you if you heard this necessarily. So she she's married to the bass player John McVie, but she has her own solo thing going on. But the tensions of like, two artists, you know, separately on the road doing different things. She kind of took a backseat and decided like, you know, I'm gonna give up my solo career and, I'm gonna be a wife. I'm gonna try and like that this marriage is too important like I'm gonna make the sacrifice and and just like I'll give up music as my career and, Then I can't remember which album it was but they're in this cabin and they're, No, no, sorry. It was it was for a tour, tour. They're in this cabin and they're just kind of rehearsing and performing and all this. And she's sitting there just on the sidelines. She knows all the songs because she's been with the band for as long as they've been together at this cabin rehearsing, getting ready for this tour. And then at the last minute, it was just like, hey, do you want, Wanna just join the band? Bill: [5:58] And so that's 1970. She joins Fleetwood back in 1970. By 1971, she's writing and singing in Fleetwood Mac. And she stays right through, you know, you have Buckingham Nicks joining, right through this album, Tango in the Night. And then there was still behind the mask and time, albums in the 90s, she was still there. And still writing actually pretty good music for albums that were not strong. She still was the sort of steady hand. And then she was there for the reunion, retired, but then came back around, I think it was around 2014 or something like that. So she's back in the band and still playing up until recently. And so she's had an incredible career, and still released a pretty good album with Lindsay Buckingham a few years ago called Christine McVee, Lindsay Buckingham, although Buckingham McVee would have sounded way cooler. Frank: [6:52] Yeah, a little bit on the nose with the title of the album, right? Yeah. But yeah, to say that Fleetwood Mac's history of personality is tumultuous, I think is a slight understatement. Bill: [7:05] Oh my goodness. So, I mean, I dove deep for the last few days into the history of Fleetwood Mac and you can find it. You can find all these stories and it is a tale of massive excess. It's just insane. All the things I was warned about with heavy metal groups, I didn't realize Fleetwood Mac was way, oh man, it is insane. It's just insane. Just reading about the amount of drugs consumed and the amount of money spent and wasted is crazy. So we all know that, or if you don't know that, you can just look into it. so we won't dive into it. Frank: [7:44] Yeah, just just Google Fleetwood Mac Gong show and then it's something you'll get the whole history. Bill: [7:51] So Tango in the Night, which is this album, this was originally supposed to be Lindsey Buckingham's third solo album. He's working on it. He has three songs that are decent songs, Big Love, Caroline, and I think maybe Tango in the Night. I think that those are three songs he's already working on. And they ask him to come back and do a Fleetwood Mac album. So this is, I think, the record company. So his solo career is not taking off like Stevie Nicks and Christine McVie had a great album in the eighties. You really got a hold on me. Do you remember that song? Frank: [8:29] Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah, big. Bill: [8:30] So good. So good. She's just so steady. And Lindsay Buckingham, I think might have produced it. Either way, Buckingham's just like, okay, I'll put my solo aspirations on hold for the sake of the band. And because he's Lindsay Buckingham, He just can't go in there and play his music. He needs to kind of take over. So whoever was producing, they just ended up saying, okay, why don't you leave? Lindsay Buckingham, Richard Dashett will come in. They're gonna produce. And so there's these stories about it. And basically it's just super depressing, how much work they put in. They put in 18 months of nonstop work. It's insane. And Lindsay Buckingham is a perfectionist, but he's also experimenting with some synthesizers. the Fairlight program we've talked about, he's experimenting with that. He's doing so much. And so every song he'd spend weeks and weeks and weeks on. [9:27] So let's head into the backstory. They ended up recording at his house a lot of the time. And that wasn't good for Stevie Nicks, who was coming out of, who just came out of rehab, she wouldn't have gone in during it. And going to her ex-boyfriend's house to record didn't make her feel well. And he's, I don't think he has like a great bedside manner anyways, Mick Fleetwood and the others ended up renting an RV and stationing it in the driveway so they could go out of his house and do whatever it is they're doing. Like it sounded just like a mess. Often they would talk about how you have the sixties and they're doing all the experimenting. And then the seventies is a lot of cocaine. And the eighties, the drugs aren't working and that cocaine's now controlling the people more than they're using it to make their music. And this is what's going on. Like it's just a mess. And Buckingham talks about how they're all at their worst point when they're recording this album. I don't know much about Christine McVie in terms of this, but she brought these songs that are wonderful to this album. Frank: [10:33] She wrote some great songs for the album. Like there's this song in Little Lies, which is... Bill: [10:38] Which are the two greatest songs on the album to me. Frank: [10:40] Yeah, yeah, yeah. Absolutely there. Bill: [10:43] The amazing thing is her two songs that she brought, Little Lies and Everywhere are the third and fourth singles. You'd think they would be the lead singles. So, yeah. So the first two singles are Big Love and Seven Wonders, which are good. Frank: [10:49] They're so good. [10:51] Yeah. Well, I know, right? They're so good. Bill: [10:59] It's just so weird. whole time is weird because they those songs didn't stand the test of time in In terms of us, I like them. I like them all. I really like this album. Frank: [11:07] Well, in the context of those songs, like I don't or barely remember them. But Little Eyes and Everywhere, yeah, in a heartbeat. say Everywhere Fleetwood Mac? Yeah, I know exactly the song you're talking about and I know that it's awesome. Same with Little Lies. Bill: [11:24] Yeah. So whatever went on in production, they don't have like an interview where they talk about this. But there's a demo, which wasn't released on the deluxe edition, but I found it on YouTube. Frank: [11:30] Yeah. Bill: [11:37] So I'm assuming the demo was done by Buckingham and McVie. She brings it. He does some things to, it, but he hasn't done the full Buckingham to it. So I'm gonna play this for you. He hasn't bucking. Frank: [11:49] Yeah. He hasn't Buckinghammed it. Bill: [11:51] Their new verb. Okay. I'm going to play a little bit of it for you. So you can hear the beginnings of it, but it doesn't have that special quality. Frank: [12:02] It's really quite raw. It's missing a lot of the final touches, but you can feel hints of them. So when we played this song, it sounds magical. It sounds like a fantasy. Bill: [12:15] Yeah. Well, this is it. This is why the song is so perfect. is it creates this sort of fairy-like world where people, you can almost just see fireflies around you while the song is going on. So Richard Dashett, who is the co-producer, by co-producer, he was the encourager of Buckingham. Like he's really good about this when he talks about it. He said, I know my role. There's gonna be, Buckingham is the guy. So I'm there to support him and to kind of listen and do it. He said that the beginning that we always talk about is a half speed acoustic guitar and an electric guitar combined. And then, yeah, McV said, Buckingham slowed the tape down really slowly. So they did this all over the album, slows it down and played the part slowly. Then when it came to the right speed, it sounded bloody amazing. So whatever he was doing, he was playing with both acoustic and electric over top of each other and altering the speeds. Frank: [13:10] Mm-hmm. Yeah, okay. Yeah. Bill: [13:12] And so he does this actually with like voices too. Sometimes he uses his voice to become a female voice. Yeah, there's all these things going on. So even the voices in this song, I'm not sure who they are. And so, but apparently it is Stevie Nicks because she got into a big fight with him because she thought that he took her vocals off of this song. Stevie Nicks only showed up for two weeks to do any recording of this 18 month process. So just to put that out there, so Stevie Nicks is kind of to say the least. Frank: [13:36] Oh, tumultuous. Bill: [13:42] But anyways, we got everywhere out of this time and everywhere is perfect. Frank: [13:47] Yeah, yeah if it took 18 months to get everywhere I'm okay with that. Bill: [13:52] All right, so the opener, we got that already down. This is magical, this is perfect. Frank: [13:57] Yeah, because it's a song about those first sort of throws of being in love. Bill: [13:58] And so this is one of those things where the lyrics, they're just pretty straightforward, which she does well, but she also is able to kind of take in these sort of, the emotions of love. And she's really good at singing about this feeling in love. Frank: [14:20] And that really giddy sort of euphoric feeling you feel. And it's childlike and fun and everything's great and fantastic and the world could be crumbling around you but you're in love. So you're smiling and you're happy. Bill: [14:35] And what she say here, she says, Can you hear me calling out your name? You know that I'm falling and I don't know what to say. I'll speak a little louder. I'll even shout. You know that I'm proud and I can't get the words out. So, okay. Basically, when you're feeling this, everything seems right to say, or you have nothing to say. That sound makes sense? I'm trying to find the words myself and I can't find them. Frank: [14:59] Yeah. I can't mark. Just going through those lyrics. But like I immediately went back. There's that scene in Anchorman when Ron Burgundy is falling in love. It's like, I'm in love with Veronica Corningstone and I don't care who knows it. It's just like, did I say that loudly? It's like, yeah, Ron, you pretty much shouted it. That's that feeling, right? Like you don't care who knows. Yeah. Bill: [15:20] I think that does speak of my 2011. Like I was just so, it just set everything in motion. And then it leads to that chorus with all those voices. Frank: [15:30] Yeah. [15:31] And it's layered, right? Bill: [15:32] Yeah. Frank: [15:34] And it's soft and it's not saying a whole lot. It's just repeating the same line twice, but it's so effective and you can feel it. Bill: [15:47] I can't say this enough about how his instincts as a producer are right on the money. So he'll make his songs kind of complicated or difficult at times to listen to. They're not that difficult, but he knows that there is this sort of pure beauty to what she's doing. And he just highlights it and adds to it and does creative things, but they're all about this dreamlike feel, which he does in Little Eyes as well. It's just so incredible. And I don't know how many times he's layering voices what he's doing but I can guess just from the sounds of it. It's so pleasing to our ears but, it might have been a month of a nightmare for these other co-producers and engineers who are, just watching him. That's right the one producer used the following two words to describe the. Frank: [16:34] If they have to suffer for my pleasure, I'm okay with that. Bill: [16:41] Experience trauma. Still thank you it was worth it. The only other verse really because then they. Frank: [16:44] Yeah, exactly. Yeah. Bill: [16:52] Start repeating things but something's happening, happening to me, my friend's saying I'm acting peculiarly. Come on baby. Did I say peculiarly right? Sure. Okay. I'm gonna say yes. Come on baby. Frank: [17:02] Line, the Pekirulu. Bill: [17:06] We better make a start. You better make it soon before you break my heart. Frank: [17:10] That you said, Pekirulu, that's a good one. Bill: [17:16] Yeah. Frank: [17:17] That P word that you said, peculiar. Oh my goodness. Bill: [17:22] Peq- Oh, how did she say it? Peq-ular-ly. Yeah. Frank: [17:25] Yeah, yeah. But it's, my friends have me saying, I'm acting this way. And that's like, when you're kind of, again, giddy in love. I feel like I should write a song called Giddy in Love. It'll be like the spiritual sister to Crazy in Love by Beyonce. Anyways, when you're giddy in love, yeah, you're acting a little bit different. Like, you know, you're happy, you're bouncy, you're kind of doing goofy things, I find. Like, I know that's the way I've been, like when I'm kind of really into someone and they're into me and things are going good, before everything just falls apart. Bill: [18:07] Yeah, then it's a different song. I think that song you're looking for is Nowhere. Frank: [18:11] Yeah. That song's like every other song we've done on the podcast. Bill: [18:18] That's right. [18:19] This is a brief moment of levity. Frank: [18:20] I know, right? Yeah, so, you know, we'll do a breakup song again pretty quick, I'm sure. Bill: [18:21] I know. Thank you for bringing it back down. [18:26] Oh yeah, no question. She did co-write this with Jonas David Kroeper. I'm giving his full name just because it's on my songwriting sheet here. but that was her husband at the time. So this is about their love and their early love, so much joy and... Frank: [18:41] Yeah, yeah, he was he was also a keyboard player, right? Bill: [18:44] Okay, well then that, maybe that explains... Frank: [18:46] Because I think they married shortly after the recording of this album. Bill: [18:50] Okay, right, so they're already in this sort of love. Frank: [18:52] Yeah, this this giddy stage. Bill: [18:54] She has a tendency to do that with certain songs. By tendency, I mean she wrote one other song like that. So rumors she wrote, you make love and fun, which was about her affair or relationship, with the lighting guy in Fleetwood Mac. But she told John McVie it was about her dog so that he wouldn't get suspicious or angry. Oh man, so everywhere it was not about her dog. This is about this happy new relationship, and this marriage that was coming. The power beyond those lyrics, of course, is just the sounds. It's what Buckingham is doing with those sounds. Frank: [19:31] I read a quote saying that it's a bulletproof pop song, which I will not disagree with. The song's, what, 87 it came out, so we're 36 years after this song comes out, and it still plays, and it's still bouncy and fun and poppy and great. It's not contemporary to in 2022, but it still plays. Bill: [19:55] It not only still plays, Like it shows up in commercials in the UK and then re charts at like got to number 15 recently. Frank: [20:02] Yeah, it was used for a Chevrolet electric vehicle commercial recently. Bill: [20:09] And there are a lot of bands that have kind of, arisen in the last decade, like Vampire Weekend, there's been more than a decade I know. Paramore, there's a bunch of other bands too, who've looked towards Tango in the Night as their inspiration. They talk about it and everywhere is covered by Vampire Weekend and Perron More. Frank: [20:27] Yeah, and Paramore, yeah. Bill: [20:29] So I think it is getting its due. And when you see like the top 50 songs, or Rolling Stone did the top 50 songs of Fleetwood Mac, this was number five. So I think it's not an unsung hero. People are realizing how incredible it is. It's still incredible to me that this is the fourth single. So if I had to choose between these two, I would put this ahead of Little Lies. I like Little Lies, but everywhere is the one. I can't believe this wasn't the lead-off single. Frank: [20:56] Yeah, oh I know. And it charted relatively well. It was 14 on the US Billboard Top 100. But I mean, ultimately, the Bill and Frank's guilt-free pleasure, the only chart we really care about is the adult contemporary chart, right? Bill: [21:14] Straight to number one, baby. So, and we brought this up before, even though I charted 14, whatever was number one that week. Frank: [21:16] Straight to number one. [21:24] I don't even know. Bill: [21:24] I know I don't even care because this is the one. Frank: [21:25] I don't care! Bill: [21:28] That endures, because it was played all the time. Frank: [21:30] I don't want to, you know, jump the gun here, but this is a roller rink song. Bill: [21:30] At least when I was a kid, I remember it. And so just hearing the, oh my goodness, there's so many bits and pieces to that song. [21:44] Yeah. Oh yeah. This is perfect. Roller rinks still around late 80s? Okay. Would you put, would you roller skate to this at Prudhommes Landing? Did you ever roller skate at Prudhams? Frank: [21:46] I think so. Yeah, I roller skated in the early 90s even. I mean, I would if I was cool enough to roller skate at Prudhommes Landing. No, no. Bill: [22:05] Oh man, this is a call back to our Prudhommes Landing episode. Just songs that remind you of. Frank: [22:11] If you don't know what you're talking about, just listen to all of our previous. Bill: [22:15] Yeah. Frank: [22:15] Episodes and eventually you'll get get the reference. No, no, no, no, don't tell them I'm trying to get listens here. Bill: [22:18] So in Gloria Stefan's bad boy, it's a, Oh, well we can get them straight to bad boy and we can see the, okay. Frank: [22:25] But I'm trying to get them to listen to everything. Bill: [22:27] Either way, if you don't know Prudhommes Landing, well, you'll know this is the summer song, not to jump into a category. We are there for jumping into these categories. Frank: [22:35] We're jumping into categories. Bill: [22:36] So, all right. I see this as a perfect breezy summer day. Frank: [22:44] Yes, absolutely. Bill: [22:46] Also, I could see this as snow falling close to Christmas. This could be like a Christmas song. Frank: [22:52] It's an all-season song. Bill: [22:53] It is because it just will make whatever situation you're in brighter. Now, I'll tell you what's not bright is the music video. Frank: [23:04] Yeah, it's... not good. Bill: [23:06] Yeah, apparently there was two. I can't find this other version that is with Fleetwood, McV and McV. Because by the time Everywhere comes out, this is depressing, but Buckingham has left the band. So he had done all this work on the album And then it came down to them planning their tour. And he just said, I can't do it. And basically saying, I can't be around you guys. You guys are destructive. You're gonna die. I don't wanna die. And then Stevie Nicks lunged at him while they're in Christine McVie's mansion. And then he got so angry that he chased her. And she talked about, this is Stevie Nicks saying, she was running through the halls of this sort of house that was almost like, it feels like they're in some sort, of maze and he's chasing her and they're end up on the street, he's still chasing her and she's afraid for her life. Frank: [24:05] Oh, jeez! Oh! Bill: [24:06] And he throws her against a car and then she threatens to have him killed by her family. It's just awful. And this of course is bringing over their relationship from a decade earlier and it's awful. I imagine Christine McVie just sitting still there in the house and it's- Frank: [24:17] Yeah. Oh my goodness. [24:22] I just want to sing everywhere on stage. Bill: [24:24] I know, so he's already gone, he's left the band. And so by the time this video comes out, they film it without any members of the band. And they think, oh, everywhere, why don't we do like something that's like a ghost story, and we do the highway man as a music video. Now the highway man is that old poem, and you can watch the music video and it kind of just follows the story of it. But this does not work with the song at all, because there's like... Frank: [24:53] Not at all. It's not, it's a song about falling in love and being in love early on and when everything's good and fantastic and fun. Bill: [25:04] It's not about getting kidnapped, killed and then getting revenge and then being a ghost. Oh, that's insane. The only time I want to hear the Highwayman is from Anne Shirley when she's. Frank: [25:08] Yeah, by redcoats! Bill: [25:15] Doing her speech competition and Anna Green Gables. That's the most powerful version of the Highwayman. Everything else doesn't matter. Oh, I'm sure he is. Megan Follows, best Highwayman. Frank: [25:25] Is Gilbert in the audience watching? Bill: [25:31] And rendition, that might've occurred at the same time. Cause standing green gables I think came around then. Sorry, Fleetwood Mac, bad choice. Frank: [25:35] Yeah, yeah, yeah. Bad choice, yeah. Bill: [25:39] Now, if you look at the cover of the single, this cover of the single has this sort of picture of someone whose arms are kind of open up to the world. Frank: [25:47] Oh, okay. Bill: [25:48] There's a planets star. It looks like the person who did the artwork for the little prince did the artwork for everywhere. It's perfect. It works exactly as it should. And that's what it should have been. Frank: [26:02] Yeah. [26:02] The video doesn't, yeah, it doesn't work. And if we're going to be critical of the video, so I watched it just once. And there's a bunch of scenes where like these British redcoats are running inside this cottage house or whatever it is. They're going up the stairs and it's clearly animated shadows on- so there's all these animated pieces that just like- it's like was your shadow guy on vacation? that's why you couldn't get the lighting right? I don't know. No, no, no, no, no. Bill: [26:31] It's not worthy of the song. The record company spent a boatload of money on producing this album, just like they've spent it on Tusk and other things. When oh, this is awful. This is side note, but when they would go to hotels in like the early 80s, they'd have them like bring in a grand piano. And if they couldn't get it through the doors, I don't know how you get through a hotel door, they have to like break open windows to get it in. They'd force them to repaint the walls white. so that they'd have white rooms like they were just the excess was ridiculous. That's crazy. But they didn't put any of that into this music video. No. No. No. No. How dare they? Okay. Frank: [27:08] No, no, no, no, no. How dare they? I mean, you know me, it's the chorus, right? But it's the opening of the chorus, the oh, like, I love that sustained. I right. I love that. And then I want to be with you everywhere. It's just so fun. I love it. Bill: [27:13] What's your favorite part of the song? [27:34] So that's what you're singing to in the car. Oh yeah. And you know me, I like doing backing vocals to the song so I'm doing whatever's going on in the background and trying to make those vocalizations. Frank: [27:36] Oh yeah, absolutely. [27:46] Well at the end of the chorus where it's like, I want to be with you everywhere. And then there's the sort of follow up, want to be with you everywhere. Bill: [27:53] Want to be with you everywhere. Yeah. Oh my goodness. Even thinking about that. Frank: [27:55] Yeah, yeah, yeah. Bill: [28:00] How could I pick a favorite part? Everything's perfect. Everything's great. Bulletproof. And the ending of the sort of vocals going back and forth. It's bubbly. It literally sounds like they're making bubbles to me. And it's just like, oh my goodness. Yeah. This is where. Frank: [28:02] Oh, I know. Proof Pop song. [28:14] Yeah, magical bubbles. Bill: [28:19] You go to dreamland. There's a picture of some sort of heaven where you have like grass just blowing in the wind, bubbles in the air, fairies dancing. Frank: [28:30] Yeah, people dancing with ribbons. Bill: [28:32] Yeah. [28:33] Yes. This is it. That leads us to a category pretty naturally. So for the talent show, you're going to be doing a floor routine. Frank: [28:41] Yeah. [28:41] Gymnastics floor routine with ribbons. Bill: [28:42] Yeah, gymnastics floor. Yeah, with the ribbons. Yeah. Yeah, that's that. This is easy. Frank: [28:44] Yeah. Yeah. Bill: [28:46] So there you go. Category check. Frank: [28:48] Check. Would you sing this at karaoke? Bill: [28:52] No, I don't think I could do it. It's so good that it demands this sort of perfection that I don't think I could even come near it. Frank: [28:57] I think the only way it could be done is if there's got to be someone taking the lead, but you need someone to harmonize on those choruses. Bill: [29:08] You better have someone incredible. Frank: [29:09] Yeah. I think Stevie Nicks would do karaoke with me, right? Bill: [29:14] Maybe but she might only show up for a few minutes like she did for this album. Frank: [29:19] Yeah. She showed up for enough for this album. Bill: [29:21] Oh, yeah. Okay. Hallmark movie. I have written here, no way. This needs to be a mainstream movie, not something on Hallmark TV, but this is a song that should. Frank: [29:28] Yeah? [29:28] Well, it has that, well, the opening magical like sort of dreamy sequence, right? Bill: [29:32] Be sort of like this heads in a mixtape territory. Remember when they'd play Dreams by Cranberries all the time to sort of set the stage? Forget Dreams. Play everywhere. Frank: [29:48] Well, Dreams had it too and it kind of had to because it was in the name, But also linger same same sort of a feel so I'm sure we'll do a cranberry song at some point too, but. Bill: [29:56] Our usual category, we, it keeps altering in different ways. Can Michael Bolton sing this song? Frank: [30:08] I think he can but I don't want to hear it. Bill: [30:10] No. What would Mariah Carey do to it? She would Mariah Carey it it would suck. Frank: [30:13] She would destroy this, Yeah, yeah, she I don't think she has the self-control not to go full Mariah on it. Bill: [30:23] Yeah, Celine Dion also I can't think of of anyone who could do it off the top of my head. Frank: [30:31] Also yeah. [30:32] There's a subtlety about the way that Christine McVie sings the vocals. Like she doesn't go over the top. She's a little bit reserved, like as much as it is like a fun happy song about being in love, she's reserved and conservative with it. Bill: [30:49] She does have a very British way of being, if I could say that. Yeah. She did also the song. Do you remember song, Songbird from Rumors? Frank: [30:52] Yeah. Stiff upper lip. Bill: [31:01] They closed every concert with it. So Eva Cassidy, if you remember Eva Cassidy. Frank: [31:03] Uh, yes. Yeah. Bill: [31:06] She did a version of Songbird, which is near perfect. It probably is perfect. I still don't know if Eva Cassidy could have done everywhere because there needs to be a bounciness that I, I never pictured with her, but maybe she could have done it. But there is something special about Christine McVie is both unassuming, but also is in these grand songs because she can go along with Buckingham. They always got along. So Buckingham, notoriously difficult to get along with, but he never had a bad thing to say about McVie and vice versa. They could do albums together. They understood each other. And she wasn't into all the drama. I mean, she partied hard, but compared to the rest of Fleetwood Mac, I think she's a girl guide. Frank: [31:45] Yeah, the rest of them. Yeah, she was... Yeah. Bill: [31:48] And she was also with Dennis Wilson from, um, the beach boys for a while. Yeah. There's a whole, she's got her own backstory and sadness too, right? Frank: [31:52] Oh, really? Okay. Bill: [31:56] About all that stuff. Mix tape. Frank: [31:59] You're just going to name Ashley's album? Bill: [32:01] You want me to go first? So I decided in honor of the person who was the catalyst for this song, kind of coming back to my life and then defining my 2011. Frank: [32:16] You're just gonna name Ashley's album? Bill: [32:18] You're just. Oh yeah. Well, we love you too, Ashley. But I'm thinking of Chris Newkirk. I'm dedicating this to Chris Newkirk. Frank: [32:20] Oh, that's fantastic. Bill: [32:26] Sorry, Ashley. So. She'll never listen to this. She'll never listen to this. So these are songs that I heard while hanging out with Chris Newkirk in 2011. Frank: [32:31] She'll never listen to it. Bill: [32:40] Not all of them actually, but they made me think about Chris Newkirk and his love of this sort of big dreamy sort of pop song. Okay, so everywhere we'll open it of course. Frank: [32:52] I'm sorry. Bill: [32:56] There's a song called I L U by the school of seven bells. It is insane. And the woman who sings lead also passed away few years ago, but in her 30s, I think. Frank: [33:08] Okay, oh. [33:09] Yeah, so Bill just played the song for me and it'll be in the show notes, but my goodness they gave me goosebumps bumps it's it's ethereal and and and dreamy and oh man that's good. Bill: [33:21] I heard that also on that same drive. Chris Newkirk. Wow. Great taste in music. And so also on the drive, we heard cloud busting by Kate Bush. I'm pretty sure that's like just so good. So hands of love from Kate Bush also inspired the production of Tango in the Night. So Kate Bush's style and her relentless drive was where Lindsay Buckingham was was looking towards for making this. Also, I don't think I'll ever be able to pronounce this right, but one more Chris Newkirk, number three. Hoppipolla, Hoppipolla. Frank: [34:02] Happy pool! That doesn't sound at all at least. Bill: [34:05] Yeah, that doesn't sound at all like Sigur Ross, but it is. And it's a Sigur Ross, like the major song, which played when Chris and Jade, I think we're walking down the aisle after their wedding. Frank: [34:09] That's like a new song. [34:15] Oh really? Oh nice. Bill: [34:16] So incredible song. So we were just discussing this as I was playing it, but cinematic in scope as is all these songs, as as is everywhere. Okay, and then I threw a couple more in, Fleet Fox's Can I Believe You? And one more song, Everywhere by Brandvan 3000, which I love. Frank: [34:42] Was that on that trip too or no? Bill: [34:45] No, but I just think I should have played it on the trip. I don't know if he would have liked it. Do you remember everywhere? Yes. Oh, I don't know if it fits. However, you know, those first three were something else. Frank: [34:51] Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. [34:57] Mix tapes are allowed to have an outlier, right? Bill: [35:01] Yeah, and maybe it transitions into yours. Frank: [35:03] All right. So my mixtape is, I tried to keep it like happy songs, like giddy songs, fun songs about falling in love. So Walking on Sunshine by Katrina and the Waves. Butterflies by Kacey Musgraves. Bill: [35:13] Okay, oh good. [35:20] Okay not crazy town. Frank: [35:22] No, surprisingly not. Bill: [35:25] No, okay, great. Frank: [35:26] He just threw me right off there. Bill: [35:31] Yeah, sorry about that. Frank: [35:33] The way you are by Bruno Mars. Love is in the Air by John Paul Young and then we finish it off with Sunshine Lollipops and Rainbows by Leslie Gore. Sunshine lollipops and rainbows everywhere that's how I feel when I feel that we're, together that's a and then finishing it off with the sunshine lollipops and. Bill: [36:00] Got it okay perfect well this mixtape just good thing i put in brandman 3000 it's just a transition straight to walking on sunshine oh good. Frank: [36:14] Rainbows. Bill: [36:15] Yeah, yeah. future I'm sure it's a future episode. Frank: [36:18] Well I'm sure yes so I before we before we came to record this song I was talking to my friend Becca and saying, oh, we got to go. I got to go and record this podcast. And he's asking, what song are you doing? I said, Everywhere by Fleetwood Mac. And she said, I love that song. When her and her partner were in New Zealand, they had this this, crappy garbage car and that had a tape deck. So her and Blake went to a thrift store to buy tapes just to play. and they bought Tango in the Night and just listened to that on repeat and this was far and away their favorite song on the album. I told Becca just like, all right I'm gonna tell that story if you're okay with it and well here it is it might actually make the cut. Bill: [37:06] I will and you know what? We don't often do these call-outs. I try to listen to other podcasts because often they're like, hey here's the name of our show which we... do we even say what we're called? Yes you did once but you have to be an astute listener but of course you also have been. Frank: [37:18] Great. Bill: [37:22] An astute enough person that if you're listening to our podcast you're looking at it and the name of our podcast is right in front of you. So we really are glad you're listening to Bill and Frank's. Frank: [37:28] Yeah, exactly. Bill: [37:31] Skill-free pleasures we don't have patreon right now for you to give us money or anything like that but what we would like is to hear your story about Fleetwood Max everywhere tell us how this song, has made your life brighter. Frank: [37:48] And also you can just mail cash to us to our addresses. Bill: [37:51] It's right. Frank: [37:52] We'll put those in the show notes. Bill: [37:53] That's right. Frank: [37:56] It's been a fun and fantastic experience putting this podcast out every week. And this song is coming out at the beginning of 2023. And we just want to thank everyone for listening to us and being with us and downloading and taking this on your drives, on your walks, wherever you listen to it. I listen to podcasts at work all the time instead of working. Bill and I would like to say we want to be with you everywhere. Bill: [38:25] Boop-a-doo-doo-doo.
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Luke and Rich are back... with disappointing results! Listen as we review the SWFC squad for the first half of the 22/23 season just before mid-season eve (playing Fleetwood). In this first of two new episodes, we take a snake-like approach winding their way through the squad numbers starting at one "Mr. Wednesday" Liam Palmer to another "kinda Mr. Wednesday" in Cammy Dawson. Listen and find out why Alan Michael Sugar Trading has nothing to worry about from Rich, Moore is tyre-kicking donkeys at Blackpool, and whose aging Rolls Royce bod do we want to get out of the garage.It's a pleasure to come back for these special episodes and we want to wish a Merry Christmas/Lovely Festive Period to all Wednesdayites everywhere!WAWAWwww.firstname.lastname@example.org Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Ira and Louis discuss the legacies of Christine McVie and Irene Cara, the more complicated legacy of Kirstie Alley, Sight & Sounds' latest 100 Greatest Films of All Time list, Glass Onion's frustratingly brief theatrical run, and everyone's obsession with AI filters. Plus, Jim Parsons joins to discuss his new film Spoiler Alert and his other queer roles in cinema.
Adam creates a hypnosis session based on the song Rhiannon by Fleetwood Mac, as requested by a regular listener of the show. Adam uses the lyrics of the song to create a hypnosis session to help access feelings of courage, self-belief, and passion and unwind forgotten dreams to make them achievable again, and to realize that passion and love are just a state of mind. OFFERS FREE HYPNOSIS DOWNLOADS: To thank you for being a listener to the show Adam is giving you 100% FREE hypnosis downloads worth up to £130/$150 using the coupon code FREE here: https://www.adamcox.co.uk/store/c15/FREE-Hypnosis There is a 50% Discount on all other downloads using the coupon code hypnotist here: https://www.adamcox.co.uk/downloads.html And finally, if you want to work with Adam on a one-to-one basis on hypnosis sessions, wealth coaching, or mentorship you can claim a discount of 20% using the coupon code podcast. This discount is valid till the 31st of December 2022. You can book sessions here: https://www.adamcox.co.uk/hypnotherapist.html ABOUT ADAM Adam Cox is one of the world's most innovative hypnotists and is known for being the hypnotherapist of choice for Celebrities, CEO's and even Royalty. To book a free 30-minute consultation call to consider working with Adam go to: https://go.oncehub.com/AdamCox Adam's rates for hypnotherapy in pounds and US dollars are here: https://www.adamcox.co.uk/hypnotherapist.html You can contact Adam at email@example.com Further information on Adam is here: https://linktr.ee/AdamCoxOfficial Tags: Adam Cox, the hypnotist, NLP, asmr, hypnosis, hypnotherapy, hypnotist, stress, sleep, worry, meditation, guided meditation, hypnotism, Fleetwood mac, rhiannon, self belief, passion, love, mind,
durée : 00:55:00 - Very Good Trip - par : Michka Assayas - Ce soir, dans Very Good Trip, suite de notre voyage dans la Californie ensoleillée. En compagnie d'une Anglaise qui a fui les brumes du Nord pour y vivre son destin. Et qui va beaucoup nous manquer.
durée : 00:53:44 - Very Good Trip - par : Michka Assayas - Very Good Trip célèbre un héros du temps jadis. Impossible de l'oublier. Au cas où vous ne le connaissiez pas ou peu, ça devrait, selon toute probabilité, vous faire très plaisir.
The Psychedelic Entrepreneur - Medicine for These Times with Beth Weinstein
Sinclair Fleetwood is the founder of Mystical Heart Collective and The Psychedelic Integration Podcast, and is living proof of the transformational power of psychedelics. She was called to heal with plant medicine after battling a life-threatening addiction and losing her father in prison to violence and alcoholism. Sinclair spent two years living in the Andes mountains of Ecuador, and working closely with ayahuasca and San Pedro, ancestral rituals, and shamanic ceremony – healing in retreat with more than 400 people during her time managing operations at a medicine retreat center.During her time in the trenches of the ayahuasca industry, she saw a disturbing and reckless trend: There was no real preparation, aftercare, or integration support being offered - components that are absolutely vital to completing the healing circle created through working with psychedelics. Now, as a trained and certified Transformational and Psychedelic Integration Coach, Sinclair provides experienced holistic guidance throughout the entire psychedelic journey. Sinclair specializes in working with healers, facilitators, empaths, and those on the medicine path who are ready to level up so that you can thrive, enjoy your life, and be in service at your highest possible capacity.In this episode, Sinclair Fleetwood and Beth Weinstein discuss …▶ Sinclair's early psychedelic experiences and her journey through and beyond addiction▶ The retreat center in Ecuador where Sinclair first drank ayahuasca and how she swiftly moved from being a retreatant to a volunteer to managing the whole center▶ The harsh realization that the ayahuasca retreat center where she worked was not serving the medicine safely ▶ Ultimately building a program that was rooted in exactly what Sinclair recognized she had needed for her own psychedelic preparation and integration, but had not been available to her▶ How working with psychedelic medicines is not just about having peak experiences, but about cultivating and integrating changes inspired by those experiences over time▶ How Sinclair's business has dramatically shifted over the course of her engagement with Beth's True Bath Mastermind Program▶ The “Rise an Align” program Sinclair has created, which is hybrid of curriculum, community and 1:1 coaching▶ “Rise an Align” as about rising into your highest self out of old stories and limiting beliefs and aligning with your heart to truly embody the wisdom you receive from the medicine▶ The prevalence of entrepreneurship running on hyper-masculine energy and the need to balance the masculine and feminine in business▶ The need to have your own support when you are supporting others▶ Being careful not to jump into service as a spiritual bypass to avoid doing your own work▶ How coaching brings you into your truth and authenticity▶ Your business as an integral part of your spiritual journey▶ Feelings of being a square peg trying to fit into a round hole - and how sometimes we feel there is something wrong with us because of our uniqueness, when in fact our uniqueness is the medicine we carry▶ Resilience - the capacity to ride the ups and down of entrepreneurship - as the key to success▶ Beth as a business coach AND a spiritual coach ▶ All the juicy details of Sinclair's holistic psychedelic integration coaching container and her upcoming retreat offering on the beach in MexicoSinclair Fleetwood's Links & Resources▶ Website: https://mysticalheartcollective.com (sign up here for her FREE masterclass!)▶ Podcast: https://thepsychedelicintegrationpodcast.com▶ Instagram: https://instagram.com/mysticalheartcollective▶ Facebook: https://facebook.com/mysticalheartcollective▶ February 2022 retreat in Mexico: https://www.mysticalheartcollective.com/upcoming-retreats/
durée : 00:53:50 - Very Good Trip - par : Michka Assayas - Ce soir, Very Good Trip vous emmène toute cette semaine dans une Californie ensoleillée. Un voyage un peu teinté de mélancolie.
Kings of Anglia - Ipswich Town podcast from the EADT and Ipswich Star
Stuart Watson, Ross Halls and Mark Heath discuss Town's rather deflating draw with Fleetwood on Friday night, and what it means for the bigger picture. The tremendous trio also discuss Kieran McKenna's 50-game milestone, look back on the Paul Cook sacking one year on and discuss Kieron Dyer's comments on another slightly more successful podcast.
Blue Monday Podcast - Ipswich Town
We react to the Friday night anguish for Kieran McKenna's Ipswich Town, as Scott Brown's Fleetwood leave Suffolk with a hard-fought point.Thank you for listening! Blue Monday is an independent podcast and video channel discussing Ipswich Town - up or down - since 2015! Please
A Tribute to Christine McVie Tracklist: Like what you hear? Let us know by LEAVING A COMMENT! Note: The “Play this track” cues below may be off by several seconds on mobile devices. Lindsey Buckingham Christine McVie: “Feel About You” The duet album this song comes from what was actually going to be Fleetwood […]
In honor of the passing of one of the great voices and songwriters in Fleetwood Mac, the guys revisit their early 2022 foray into the sex, drugs and rock n roll that defined that band and one of the greatest albums ever made. SHOW NOTES: Songs in this episode: "Long Grey Mare" by Fleetwood Mac, "Say You Love Me" by Fleetwood Mac, "Everywhere" by Fleetwood Mac https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-lists/best-christine-mcvie-songs-1234638906/say-you-love-me-2-1234638915/ https://www.mamamia.com.au/fleetwood-mac-affairs/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fleetwood_Mac https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rumours_(album) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christine_McVie https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buckingham_Nicks https://www.biography.com/news/fleetwood-mac-rumours-album https://www.loudersound.com/features/stevie-nicks-all-of-us-were-drug-addicts-but-i-was-the-worst https://www.nme.com/news/music/fleetwood-macs-mick-fleetwood-says-cocaine-use-left-him-with-two-year-memory-gap-2873541 https://www.theguardian.com/music/2020/mar/30/jenny-boyd-mick-fleetwood-jennifer-juniper-its-not-what-you-think-behind-the-star-studded-life-of-a-rock-stars-wife https://genius.com/Fleetwood-mac-the-chain-lyrics The 1977 Rolling Stone piece: https://www.rollingstone.com/feature/the-true-life-confessions-of-fleetwood-mac-120867/ https://stevienicks.info/2006/01/cameron-crowe-reflects-on-fleetwood-mac-piece/ https://www.rollingstone.com/feature/the-100-best-covers-fleetwood-in-flagrante-232585/
Blue Monday Podcast - Ipswich Town
We preview a Friday night showdown between Kieran McKenna's Ipswich Town and Scott Brown's Fleetwood!Thanks for listening! Blue Monday is a podcast and video channel discussing Ipswich Town - up or down - since 2015! Please
Kings of Anglia - Ipswich Town podcast from the EADT and Ipswich Star
Mark Heath, Stuart Watson, Andy Warren are back for a packed KOA podcast, as we hand out some Ipswich Town awards for November, discuss Town's FA Cup draw and look ahead to the Fleetwood clash. But there's more... we break new ground with a revamped dip into the mailbag, make the group stage draw for the Milka Cup and experience the most dramatic moment in Kings of Anglia podcast history Kings of Anglia is sponsored by Manscaped. Get 20% OFF @manscaped + Free Shipping with promo code KOA at MANSCAPED.com In a pickle with your marketing? Then you need Ginger Pickle
Michael Devlin updates Daniel Gray on his move to Fleetwood and hitting a maximum high before a crushing low in the space of a few days. Then, Michael's former Aberdeen team-mate Tommie Hoban joins him again - Michael felt there was still more to discuss about Tommie's decision to suddenly quit the game aged 27, and other revealing topics about the sheer fragility of being a footballer. Never read Nutmeg magazine? We have offers on back issues and subscriptions. See https://www.nutmegmagazine.co.uk/shopSupport the show
GasCast - Bristol Rovers Podcast
In this episode of GasCast, Neno's joined by Mets & marquee signing Mike Willett to chat about the eventful clashes with Fleetwood & Peterborough at the Mem.The lads discuss Sinclair's impact since rejoining the club, the return of the wingback system, and how Loft can have the same impact as releasing a wild horse into a crowded pub.Thanks for listening & UTG!Running order:Pt 1: Fleetwood drawPt 2: Peterborough winPt 3: Boreham Wood previewPt 4: Rebrand chat----------This episode is sponsored by:Oakfield Recruiment. Whether you're looking for a role or a person to fit into your team, Oakfield Recruitment provide professional, efficient services. The goal is to make effective connections that lead to happy employers and employees. Find out more at https://www.oakfieldrecruitmentltd.co.uk/Support the show
We the Kingdom are the guests on this episode, talking about their recently released, highly acclaimed self-titled album, alongside discussions of their dynamics as a family band. The JFH Podcast is hosted and produced by Chase Tremaine and executive produced by John DiBiase and Christopher Smith. To meet the people behind the show, discuss the episodes, ask questions, and engage in conversations with other listeners, join the JFH Podcast group on Facebook.
Darryl, Jacko and Maggie discuss the last gasp winner at Fleetwood and the victory over Barrow to progress in the Papa John's Trophy.
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The Provisional - A Golf Podcast
The guys hit on a lot of topics starting with a nod to National Clean Out The Refrigerator Day and what's left in their golf bags after the season. The guys also discuss wins by Tony Finau on the PGA Tour and Tommy Fleetwood on the DP World Tour and the future of LIV Golf and how it will look in 2023. The contract non-renewals of familiar broadcast voices Roger Maltbie and Gary Koch is also discussed and what the best broadcast teams are across sports.
Tommy returns to the winning circle at Sun City, Tigers on the comeback and we talk about his son, Charlie Woods.
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The Fire Pit with Matt Ginella
In the latest Fire Drill, Alan Shipnuck, Ryan French, and Michael Bamberger drill down on a huge week, including winners like Finau, Fleetwood, Korda, Harrington & Ishikawa. They discuss the larger meaning of Andy Olgetree's win on the Asian Tour, the Alex Fitzpatrick Q School drama and the Phil and Pat Perez scandal. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
How do you define the inside look of an RV, and how do trends play into the design? In this episode, Mindy from the REV group joins us to discuss how she does RV interior design. She is the interior designer for the diesel pushers in the American Coach, Fleetwood, and Holiday Rambler RV brands. … Continue reading "RV Interior Design with Mindy" The post RV Interior Design with Mindy appeared first on Beyond The Wheel.
Sinclair Fleetwood and John Steiner are psychedelic transformation guides on a mission to help you align with your purpose and elevate your vibration with sacred medicines so that you can start living a life that feels good. Through their work with plant medicines, they have built their relationship on trust, honesty, and a commitment to growth, and they share this light and love through their psychedelic coaching practice, and as co-hosts of The Psychedelic Integration Podcast. In episode 46, Sinclair and John and Jonathan Schecter discuss … ▶ How Sinclair & John met ▶ One of the core values of their relationship- a commitment to their individual and collective growth ▶ The strengths of having polarity in a relationship, and how differences strengthen a relationship ▶ How a romantic partnership can become a medicine container - with it's own lessons and potential for development ▶ The benefit of flipping “You vs Me” into “Us vs The Problem” ▶ Being responsible for your own needs, healthy boundaries and communication instead of giving our power away ▶ The reality vs the fantasy of a healthy relationship ▶ What their integration practices look like right now ▶ The meaning of integration ▶ How to make your entire life into a ceremony and embrace the medicine in each moment ▶ The impact that integrating inner work has had on their lives Sinclair's Links & Resources: ▶ Website: https://mysticalheartcollective.com ▶ Instagram: @mysticalheartcollective *** About Jonathan Schecter Download a FREE Breathwork Introduction at: beacons.ai/bluemagicalchemy Learn more at www.bluemagicalchemy.com.
On this episode Mike tells the story of a terrible weekend in the spring of 1988.
We speak to Fleetwood's owner, Spurs fans, Manchester United fans and more on a memorable couple of days for Manchester United.