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Wer mit 17 bereits Musik auf einem Einkaufswagen macht, kann nicht zu denen zählen, deren musikalischer Horizont kurz bemessen ist. Das hört man dem Schaffen von Nils Herzogenrath alias Vomit Heat auch heute zweifellos an. In dieser Folge ist der in Köln wohnhafte Musiker zu Gast und spricht u. a. über seine aktuelle Tour mit International Music, über Krautrock und Fleetwood Mac sowie sein neues Album „Second Skin“, das am 6. Mai erschienen ist.
**Kev White's White House Show Replay On traxfm.org. This Week Kev Gave Us Boogie, Dance & Pop Classics, (& Tunes You Have Not Heard In Years), From The Intruders, Disco Tex & His Sex-O-Lettes, Graham Bonnet, Uriah Heep, Slade, Gibson Brothers, Band AKA, Fleetwood Mac, Princess, Trax FM Allstars Feat Nazia - "Disco D", Simple Minds & More Catch Kev White's The White House Show Every Thursday From 7PM UK Time The Station: traxfm.org #traxfm #boogie #danceclassics #classics #retro #remixes Listen Live Here Via The Trax FM Player: chat.traxfm.org/player/index.html Mixcloud LIVE :mixcloud.com/live/traxfm Free Trax FM Android App: play.google.com/store/apps/det...mradio.ba.a6bcb The Trax FM Facebook Page : facebook.com/original103.3 Trax FM Live On Hear This: hearthis.at/k8bdngt4/live Tunerr: tunerr.co/radio/Trax-FM Tune In Radio : tunein.com/radio/Trax-FM-s225176 OnLine Radio Box: onlineradiobox.com/uk/trax/?cs...cs=uk.traxRadio Radio Deck: radiodeck.com/radio/5a09e2de87...7e3370db06d44dc Radio.Net: traxfmlondon.radio.net Stream Radio : streema.com/radios/Trax_FM..The_Originals Live Online Radio: liveonlineradio.net/english/tr...ax-fm-103-3.htm**
The Blue Cats - Nowhere Man (196?) I'm gonna guess 1966 since this band released three albums of covers of their time plus some instrumental originals. Probably German studio guys bringing the Western hits of the day to their homeland. Diane and Annita - Groovey Kind of Love (1965) Fans (?) of this release propose that this might not even be the titular singers (who sound nothing like the voices on this recording) but actually the writers, Carol Bayer-Sager and Toni Wine. Annita Ray also recorded a one-off novelty single with Eden Ahbez, the writer of "Nature Boy," in 1956. It was titled "Frankie's Song" b/w "Elvis Presley Blues." Wikipedia: The melody is from the Rondo from Muzio Clementi's Sonatina, Opus 36, No. 5. Even though Wine and Sager claim full songwriting credits, they mainly wrote the lyrics and just slightly modified Clementi's music. Bayer Sager originally pitched the song to pop star Lesley Gore in early 1965, but Gore's producer at the time, Shelby Singleton, rejected it, as he found the word "groovy" too slangy. Gene Cotton - Let Your Love Flow (1975) The Undisputed Truth - Papa Was A Rollin' Stone (1972) This version actually preceded the Grammy-winning version by The Temptations, and the two are pretty similar. The Undisputed Truth had their biggest hit with a song written by Norman Whitfield and Barrett Strong as well, "Smiling Faces Sometimes", which was originally recorded by The Temptations! This is another trivia question you can ask your friend. Beau Williams - C'est La Vie (1984) Black Magic! - Miss Jessie (1970) Brian Wilson - Just Say No (1986) C.W. McCall - Kidnap America (1980) The Soul Searchers - We The People (1972) Roogalator - Cincinnatti Fatback (1976) Note the Stiff Records logo on the upper left corner. This was one of the first Stiff releases. Danny Adler was an American ex-pat living in England. This was the second version of Roogalator (formed in 1972), and as much as this track smokes, the band got virtually no support from the label, and constant personnel changes killed the group. Could you have hung on that long with an entire movement (that you helped start) bubbling under your feet, only to be ignored and ultimately ripped off? Cliff Bennett and his Band - Back In The U.S.S.R. (1968) Con-Funk-Shun - Clique (1974) Sesame Street - Cracks (1976) "Cracks" is an animated musical insert produced for Sesame Street in the 1970s. A young girl is unable to go outside to play because of the rain, and so she imagines the cracks in her wall form a camel. The camel takes her on an adventure through the wall where she meets a hen and a monkey, also made out of cracks. The voice is the one and only Dorothy Moskowitz, who I featured on a recent show. She is mostly known as the female voice of The United States of America. Debby Dobbins - How You Gonna Feel (1979) A selection from the one and only album by Don Thompson - Fanny Brown/Just Plain Funk/Night Ladies/Hang Loose (1977) God, I love this funk. From Dusty Groove: The one and only album from drummer Don Thompson – a funky Brunswick classic from the 70s, and one of the most unique records we've ever heard from the label at the time! Don's got this style of singing that has a bit of a southern twang at times, but he works with grooves that are definitely northern in their orientation – served up in a range of styles that includes the funky drum break of the title cut, some mellow-stepping moments on a few other tunes, and the bouncing boogie that's really become the album's calling card over the years! There's loads of great bass work on most cuts, which really grounds that album alongside Don's drums – and titles include "Just Plain Funk", "Fanny Brown", "Lovin To The Bone", "Night Ladies (part 1 & 2)", and "Hang Loose". Donny Hathaway - The Ghetto (1970) His early records were expansive and unique, and his voice was second to none. He was every bit the equal of Stevie and Marvin, but you know him from his duets with Roberta Flack. Wikipedia: During the peak of his career, Hathaway began suffering from severe bouts of depression and exhibiting unusual behavior. In 1971, he was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia for which he was prescribed various medications. At one point, Hathaway was prescribed fourteen different medications that he was to take twice a day. After Hathaway was diagnosed and began taking medication, his mental state improved. However, Eulaulah Hathaway has said that her husband became less than diligent about following his prescription regimen when he began feeling better and often stopped taking his medications altogether. From 1973 to 1977, Hathaway's mental instability wreaked havoc on his life and career and required several hospitalizations. The effects of his depression and severe mood swings also drove a wedge in his and Flack's friendship; they did not reconcile for several years, and did not release additional music until the successful release of "The Closer I Get To You" in 1978. Flack and Hathaway then resumed studio recording to compose a second album of duets. You should investigate his discography, especially this stunning debut album, Everything Is Everything. He was brilliant. Donny Hathaway - To Be Young, Gifted, and Black (1970) Donnie Most - Rock Is Dead (1976) Enoch Light and the Light Brigade - Pick Up The Pieces (1975) John Miller on bass. Enoch Light and the Light Brigade - Puppet Man (1970) Fleetwood Mac - Sentimental Lady (1972) POACA will remember that Bob Welch rerecorded this with a more prominent Christine McVie backing vocal part. The singing members of Fleetwood Mac circa 1977-1980 could have crapped on a cracker and it would have gone gold. The Mothers of Invention - Help, I'm a Rock (Suite In Three Movements) I. Okay To Tap Dance II. In Memoriam, Edgard Varèse lll. It Can't Happen Here (1966) Ian Dury and the Blockheads - Reasons To Be Cheerful (Pt. 3) (1980) Kelly Gordon - He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother (1969) First version. Beautiful. Kid Creole and the Coconuts - Indiscreet (1983) Live. Goddammit, Carol Colman on bass. The Residents - Die In Terror (1980) Hoover Commercial with Brian Johnson of AC/DC on vocals. (1979) Carpenters - Suntory Pop Jingle (1977)
In October of 1979 Fleetwood Mac released their 12th studio album. Following the colossal success of Rumors the band opted to build their own studio to record the next album. A ten month cocaine binge and 20 songs later, the band released what was at the time the most expensive album ever made. The double LP had a sticker shock price of $16.00 (which in 2022 monies equates to $63.72), only spent nine months on the Billboard charts, and was considered a failure by Warner Bros. Let's talks Fleetwood Mac, Tusk!
**VJ Gary & The Pac To The 80's Replay On traxfm.org. Live From 3PM UK Time Each & Every Sunday On traxfm.org. This Week Gary Featured The Mighty Year Of 1988 & More With Marillion, Sly & Robbie, Jocelyn Brown, Soft Cell, Neneh Cherry, Eric B & Rakim, Inner City, Joyce Sims, Fleetwood Mac, Mica Paris, Pet Shop Boys, Ofra Haza, Hothouse Flowers, Aztec Camera, Natalie Cole, Hazell Dean, Narada Michael Walden, Kylie Minogue, Wet Wet Wet, Irene Cara & More. #traxfm #retro #pop #80s #danceclassics #soul #funk #cheese #inthemix #80sballads #exclusive #remixes #PacToThe80s #topofthepops Listen Live Here Via The Trax FM Player: chat.traxfm.org/player/index.html Mixcloud LIVE :mixcloud.com/live/traxfm VJ Gary Website: vjgary.co.uk Free Trax FM Android App: play.google.com/store/apps/det...mradio.ba.a6bcb The Trax FM Facebook Page : facebook.com/original103.3 Trax FM Live On Hear This: hearthis.at/k8bdngt4/live Tunerr: tunerr.co/radio/Trax-FM Tune In Radio : tunein.com/radio/Trax-FM-s225176 OnLine Radio Box: onlineradiobox.com/uk/trax/?cs...cs=uk.traxRadio Radio Deck: radiodeck.com/radio/5a09e2de87...7e3370db06d44dc Radio.Net: traxfmlondon.radio.net Stream Radio : streema.com/radios/Trax_FM..The_Originals Live Online Radio: liveonlineradio.net/english/tr...ax-fm-103-3.htm **
Born and raised in the small town of Kraaifontein with the longing to expand his horizons and escape the monotony of small-town life Keanan turned to music. Musicality runs in his family with his dad playing in a band for as long as he can remember and his grandfather playing guitar, Keanan grew up with The Beatles, Fleetwood Mac, and Tom Petty as a soundtrack. We caught up with him. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Joining host Jim Irvin to select an underrated album they treasure are American singer-songwriter Michelle Branch and one half of The Black Keys, Patrick Carney. The albums in this episode are Patty Griffin - Flaming Red (1996), The Feelies - Crazy Rhythms (1980) and Fleetwood Mac - Mystery To Me (1973). Also discussed: growing up dreaming of music in small town USA, the pros and cons of being a duo, winning a Grammy, and the vacillations of major labels. With a special guest appearance by Willie Carney, aged 2 months. Check out the accompanying Spotify playlist featuring all three albums and lots of the other music discussed in the show. https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2NtlhYC8HixHd1QXtGPr8P?si=5f8b618cb94f44a5 For any comments or queries, head over to jimirivin.com and reach us via the Contact page.
RATB:n uutisissa on tulevia levyjä, rock & roll koruja ja taidetta. Mitä on luvassa HeepVention-tapahtumissa Lahdessa sekä Helsingissä? Keikka-arvosteluna Sparks Kulttuuritalolla. HeepVentionista kertovat haastatteluissa rocklegenda Ken Hensleyn veli Trevor Hensley ja Golden Stagen Tuula Halen. Studiossa isännöivät Sami Ruokangas ja Juha Kakkuri. Jakson soittolista: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0yRm1SIRjqth76y03dT01U?si=59b1a08d8b7c404a Jutuissa ovat mukana Dr. John, Lukas Nelson, Neville Brothers, Pori Jazz, Def Leppard, T. Rex, Slade, Sweet, David Bowie, Mott The Hoople, NWOBHM, Fleetwood Mac, Christine McVie, Rolling Stones, Jethro Tull, The Gods, Mick Taylor, John Glascock, The Rolling Stones Rock and Roll Circus, The Who, John Lennon, Tony Iommi, Black Sabbath, "Whispering Bob" Harris, Ronnie Wood, The Great Frog Jewellery, Ozzy Osbourne, Slash, Aerosmith, Keith Richards, GA-20, Lee Kerslake, John Lawton, The Innocent Victims, Knights of the Black Ox, Deiggj, Paul Newton, Iain Clark, Phil Baker, Mountain, Corky Laing, Russell Gilbrook, Brotherhood of Wolves (B.O.W), Wishing Well, Maria Hänninen, Mount Mary, Ron Mael, Russell Mael, Depeche Mode, Roxy Music, Bryan Ferry, ZZ Top, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Thin Lizzy, Joy Division, New Order, The Smiths, Sonic Youth, Faith No More, Morrissey, Larkin Poe, Eric Clapton, KISS ja George Thorogood.
“You've got to be uncomfortable and scared to grow as an artist.” - Esha K.“The music industry is known for not giving women their dues. This industry should be about supporting each other.” - Esha K.Welcome to SZN 5 of Go Produce! I'm your Show Host, Big Lou! Our mission is to be the go-to community for Indie Artists looking to kick off or level up their careers and to empower the creative entrepreneur providing them with all the resources they require to reach and exceed their goals. We seek to have all committed Indie Music Artists - and their communities - profit off of their passion. Independent artists can always get smarter. At Go Produce we become SmArtists. Join our Discord to connect with like-minded people.SmArtist ShoutoutBethany - Jr. EngineerShow NotesSmArtists, Esha K is an alternative-rock/indie vocalist and songwriter, influenced by artists like Fleetwood Mac and James Bay. Some notable accomplishments include performing at Carnegie Hall's Stern Auditorium, embarking on a self-organized mini-tour of New York City, performing nationally and internationally, and working with GRAMMY-winning producers on her releases. Esha is passionate to use her position as a woman and a person of colour in the music industry to bring a fresh perspective and sound to the alternative rock genre.Key Questions I Asked1. What was it like moving from San Francisco to London, UK for music?2. How do we improve the experience women have in this industry?3. What have you learned as an Artist Consultant?Hot Topics1. Dealing with the haters.2. Getting out of your own head.3. We are passionate but we are professional.4. What is your unique selling point?My Favourite Quote“It's not a sprint, it's a marathon. You can stumble in the marathon and then keep on going.” - Esha K. We are expected to trip up and make mistakes along the way. For most of us, this is uncharted territory so mistakes are inevitable. It is okay to move a little slower at times to avoid all the mistakes. Take some time to learn your environment and make strategic decisions. Just keep going. Never stop. Have you ever felt like quitting? Let me know here!SmArtist HomeworkIf you do this then we will promote you on our socials.1. Like us on Instagram3. Join our Discord4. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel5. Send Big Lou an email (email@example.com) with a screenshot of you following each of the socials, a song you want to promote, a bio that is a sentence or two long, and how we can support you.If you do all of the steps then Big Lou will share a personalized story on the Go Produce Instagram including the information that you shared. You also gain access to more resources and more opportunities for support. It's smart. You're smart.Esha KEsha K Facebook, Instagram, TwitterGrammy UNAMMSupport the show
"A diamond necklace played the pawnHand in hand some drummed along, ohTo a handsome man and batonA blind class aristocracyBack through the opera glass you seeThe pit and the pendulum drawnColuminated ruins dominoCanvass the town and brush the backdropAre you sleeping?"Surfs Up, so join me as we "Step Into The Liquid" and catch a set or two on the Sunday Edition of Whole 'Nuther Thing. Joining us will be the Mothers Of Invention, Batdorf & Rodney, David Bowie, Blood Sweat & Tears, Wings, Orleans, Loggins & Messina, Bob James, Simon & Garfunkel, ELO, The Shirelles, Beatles, Paul Simon, Jefferson Starship, Elton John, Rolling Stones, Sweet, America, Trevor Gordon Hall, Randy Newman, Fleetwood Mac, Ernie K Doe, Joe Walsh and The Beach Boys...
This week on Rockonteurs join Gary and Guy as they continue their UK tour and still manage to find time to catch up with the great Neil Finn on the line from New Zealand! It's a globetrotting episode this week. Neil is a truly gifted singer and songwriter who takes us through his career from Split Enz to Crowded House and even his recent foray into Fleetwood Mac. Crowded House kick off their UK tour in June. Rockonteurs is produced by Ben Jones and Ian Callaghan for Gimme Sugar Productions. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Suki Waterhouse joins Kyle Meredith to discuss her debut album, I Can't Let Go. The actress/musician tells us about looking to Lucinda Williams and Sharon Van Etten for inspiration, distancing herself from the original emotions that the songs were written about, the self-sabotaging moments in "Devil I Know," and the voyeuristic nature of the Internet. Waterhouse also digs into her upcoming role in the TV adaptation of Daisy Jones & The Six, digging into Fleetwood Mac and '70s rock for the role, and her upcoming tour with Father John Misty (get tickets here!). Listen to Suki Waterhouse discuss I Can't Let Go, Daisy Jones & The Six, and more above, or watch the conversation via Consequence. Then, make sure to like and subscribe to Kyle Meredith With… wherever you get your podcasts, and you can also follow the Consequence Podcast Network for updates on all our shows. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Nueva entrega de la serie Diversiones, dedicada a recordar grandes canciones del siglo XX a través de versiones de bandas y artistas de generaciones posteriores. Playlist; (sintonía) THE CHARADES “Like a virgin” (Madonna) THE PEAWEES “Runaround Sue” (Dion) TOMMY and THE ROCKETS “Some kind of fun” (Chris Montez) CHRISSIE HYNDE and STEVE JONES “Do I love you” (The Ronettes) THE DEAD BOYS “Tell me” (Rolling Stones) REDD KROSS “Puss n boots” (New York Dolls) CJ RAMONE “Crawling from the wreckage” (Dave Edmunds) CORB LUND “It’s still rock'n'roll to me” (Billy Joel) BRAD MARINO “What’s my scene” (Hoodoo Gurus) LOW CUT CONNIE “Diamond dogs” (David Bowie) PAT TODD and THERANKOUTSIDERS “Any other way” (William Bell) THE RATCHETS “Johnny too bad” (The Slickers) TIM TIMEBOMB “Concrete jungle” (The Specials) STEVE CONTE “Somebody’s gonna get their head kicked in tonight” (Fleetwood Mac, The Rezillos) EAGLES OF DEATH METAL “So alive” (Love and Rockets) Escuchar audio
Die Indierock Band Warpaint aus Los Angeles hat mit ihrem Post-Punk-Sound und den eingängigen, aber auch immer leicht verstimmten Gesangsharmonien einen ganz eigentümlichen Stil entwickelt. Das neue Album „Radiate Like This“ ist nun eine Hinwendung zum klassischen Westcoast-Rocksound ala Fleetwood Mac. Christian Lehner hat mit Bassistin und Sängerin Jenny Lee Lindberg über das neue Album gesprochen, das ohne Pandemie vermutlich ganz anders klingen würde.
All we are is dust in the wind, dude. This crucial insight has been blowing the minds of rock fans for decades. Dust. Wind. Think about it man!! Andrew & Evan get into the nitty-gritty on this classic hit and are shocked, shocked to discover that the band Kansas is actually from Kansas!! And somehow this song is the first thing the singer ever learned to play on the guitar?? They get in a fight about Evan's soundboard abuse, but make up by the end of the episode to make a Very Special Announcement about hosting the podcast. Walk-in music: 'All My Life' by K-Ci & JoJo; 'Everywhere' by Fleetwood Mac. Get the punch-ups for your very own punched-up-song library by supporting the show on Patreon. Follow Punch Up The Jam on Twitter and Instagram Like the show? Rate Punch Up The Jam 5 stars on Spotify and Apple Podcasts and leave a review for Andrew and Evan. Advertise on Punch Up The Jam via Gumball.fm See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Marc Daniel Nelson is a Grammy and French Academy Award-nominated mixing engineer, music producer and creative director. He has been mixing, producing and managing creative content for over 20 years. His Music Credits include Fleetwood Mac, Colbie Caillat, Jason Mraz, Eric Burdon / Ben Harper, Francesca Battistelli, Robert Duvall, Ozomotli, Reik and more. His film credits include Solo, Blade Runner 2049, The Vietnam War, Mulan, The Expanse, Wild Horses, Point Break, etc. In today's episode, Marc and Warren are going to be answering questions that you guys have submitted on a youtube live stream! Want to see Marc's newest course? Go to https://promixacademy.com/course/mixing-modern-rock-with-grammy-nominee-marc-daniel-nelson/ for more information!
Os novos episódios do podcast incluem entrevistas exclusivas com nomes como Tim Bernardes, Chico César e Fernanda Takai, além de homenagens a Carole King, Nara Leão e Fleetwood Mac. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We search Alabama for the escaped inmate & officer, Eli Zaret stops by to get bullied, Camaros stolen from GM plant, Hitler mustaches, Boris Becker hates taxes, Shaq's gas tips, Fleetwood Mac's best songs, and the murderer basketball Dream Team. See It Eli's Way: Eli vs Miggy, Robinson Cano cut by New York Mets, Trevor Bauer's response to the WaPo, NFL Draft recap, the weekly Winning Time recap, the Red Wings coaching vacancy, NIL madness and more.Slava Fetisov is a Russian oligarch in Vladimir Putin's Russian Federal Assembly.Wynonna and Ashley Judd cried their eyes out at the Country Music Hall of Fame.Depp vs Heard: Amber Heard has fired her PR team. Jennifer Grey tries to insert herself into the story. Drew Barrymore had to apologize for commenting on the trial.Some people are saying that Kelly Clarkston is morphing into Chrissy Metz.Carrie Underwood and Axl Rose joined forces to sing GNR songs.Danny Bonaduce is battling a 'mystery illness' and looks extremely frail.Tilly/Dannamora 2.0: Vicky White is wanted for allegedly helping tall killer Casey White escape from prison in Alabama.Here are the tallest killers in history for a dunk contest. Marc works on a murderer all-star dream team.Philip Tsotsos' co-workers hate him so much that they screwed him out of a big lottery win.Shaquille O'Neal has tips for saving on gas that make no sense.Listeners email in about unemployment fraud.People are piling on Bill Murray, but no one will say exactly what happened.Rolling Stone put out their list of the top Fleetwood Mac songs. Of course the Dogg Face song is at #1.Drew remains a 90 Day Fiancé superfan.Boris Becker is great at tennis, but terrible at paying taxes.Bhad Bhabie's dad is super bummed his daughter is Bhad Bhabie.A mass Camaro heist ends with 9 arrested following a police chase on I-96.Leg lengthening surgery is going to be a game-changer for short people.The Red Bull 'plane swap' pilot is super sorry.Vladimir Putin doesn't feel good.Anthony Kiedis is close to having a Hitler mustache to match his Hitler hairdo. Michael Jordan wore it better.John Lennon and Paul McCartney reunite.The Brian Jonestown Massacre got some guitars back.A WaPo poll shows Americans support Ukraine. So brave.Blac Chyna LOSES her lawsuit against the Kardashians.Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
Hablamos con la corresponsal de RTVE Érika Reija, que esta semana ha sido reconocida con el XVIII Premio José Couso de Liberdade de Prensa, otorgado por el Colexio Profesional de Xornalistas de Galicia (CPXG) y el Club de Prensa de Ferrol. Después, en “La pantalla” de Elisenda Roca, la crítica y actualidad de la televisión y las plataformas digitales. Y despedimos el sábado disfrutando de la música que Pancho Varona nos trae en su “Maleta de canciones”. Hoy: Mr. Postman (The Beatles); Never Going Back Again (Fleetwood Mac), La Tierra de las Mil Danzas (Wilson Picket) y Hollywood (Patricio y De Pedro). Escuchar audio
Despedimos el sábado disfrutando de la música que Pancho Varona nos trae en su “Maleta de canciones”. Hoy: Mr. Postman (The Beatles); Never Going Back Again (Fleetwood Mac), La Tierra de las Mil Danzas (Wilson Picket) y Hollywood (Patricio y De Pedro). Escuchar audio
Superstars and supergroups. Billy Joel, Madonna, Sinatra, Neil Diamond, The Four Seasons, Fleetwood Mac, The Rolling Stones. Which ones have YOU seen? Which met of exceeded your expectations? Which left you disappointed, wanting your money back. You'll be surprised with what some of our listeners had to say. Listen to the whole podcast to get their comments and play Boomer Trivia with us at the end of the show! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/peter-tauriello/message
#04: I almost got kicked out of college for plagiarizing a paper. Because it was more important for me to not fail than it was for me to succeed. More important to be perfect than just be me. Then there's the ‘Cranberry Juice Guy' who went viral online for skateboarding to work while drinking cranberry juice and listening to Fleetwood Mac. My off-brand moment that almost got me expelled and his on-brand moment that's now earned him well over $10k and a new truck. Two opposite-spectrum moments that allow us to look at how we're showing up, holding ourselves back, and what it means for us to Just Be Seen… On Brand. Thanks for listening to Just Being! Please send questions or comments to firstname.lastname@example.orgAnd check out the Just Being Community on Patreon for early access to new episodes, casual BONUS episodes, and exclusive behind-the-scenes content and ‘video diaries' of the making of Season 2: https://www.patreon.com/justbeingExternal Website Link: http://shaunavanbogart.comFollow Shauna on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shaunavanbogart/Thanks to special guest Amber Williams!https://www.instagram.com/amberwilliams.co/https://amberwilliams.co/
We're all set with some new comedy tools at our disposal. These are some real state-of-the-art specialty items that'll help us jimmy office supplies, hurt Qui-Gon Jinn, and see ghosts or something.Suggested talking points: The Hat That God Couldn't Kill, P Your O, Hugh Jacksis, Dad-Spouse, Bustin' Makes me Buy Stuff, Sentient Tuba CaseTransgender Law Center: https://transgenderlawcenter.org/
"The lights turned on and the curtain fell down,And when it was over it felt like a dream,They stood at the stage door and begged for a scream,The agents had paid for the black limousineThat waited outside in the rain.Did you see them, did you see them?"Joining us will be Pentangle, John Prine, Al DiMeola, Nick Drake, Counting Crows, Heart, Atlanta Rhythm Section, Joni Mitchell, Savoy Brown, Foreigner, John Tropea, Rod Stewart, Fleetwood Mac, Jethro Tull, Badfinger, Cream, Bert Jansch, Return To Forever, Boston, George Harrison, Love, America, Jefferson Airplane, Doobie Brothers and Buffalo Springfield.
Esta semana en Islas de Robinson, retomamos el pulso de las canciones un par de años, más o menos, de donde lo dejamos hace un par de semanas. Psicodelia camino del progresivo, con discos clásicos plenos de clase, y espíritu aventurero, aún marcado por la prioridad de la canción y la melodía, envueltas, eso sí, en sugerente bruma. Suenan: ARCADIUM - "CHANGE ME" ("BREATHE AWHILE", 1969) / ANDWELLAS DREAM - "THE DAYS GREW LONGER FOR LOVE" ("LOVE AND POETRY", 1969) / JAMES GANG - "COLLAGE" ("YER' ALBUM", 1969) / SPIRIT - "SHE SMILES" ("THE FAMILY THAT PLAYS TOGETHER", 1968) / TRAFFIC - "CRYIN' TO BE HEARD" ("TRAFFIC", 1968) / PROCOL HARUM - "SHINE ON BRIGHTLY" ("SHINE ON BRIGHTLY", 1968) / FAMILY TREE - "SIMPLE LIFE" ("MISS BUTTERS", 1968) / THE ZOMBIES - "IMAGINE THE SWAN" (SINGLE 1969) / STRAWBS - "WHERE IS THIS DREAM OF YOUR YOUTH?" ("STRAWBS", 1969) / THE STEVE MILLER BAND - "KOW KOW" ("BRAVE NEW WORLD", 1969) / QUICKSILVER MESSENGER SERVICE - "TOO FAR" ("SHADY GROVE", 1969) / SPOOKY TOOTH - "I'VE GOT ENOUGH HEARTACHES" ("SPOOKY TWO", 1969) / FLEETWOOD MAC - "CLOSING MY EYES" ("THEN PLAY ON", 1969) / Escuchar audio
Episode 103: The Making of FMDH, Part One In the first of our two-part deep dive with famed international producer Mark Opitz, we tackle the actual making of Full Moon, Dirty Hearts on the Italian island oasis (whoops!) of Capri and aim to put you right in the time period. Mark Opitz defines in episode 103 of INXS: Access All Areas that the role of the producer is akin to the director of the movie: guiding the engineers to follow his time-honored practices in getting the sounds and sonics of the vocals, guitars, drums, and keyboards in sync; ensuring the mixes are done to satisfaction, and pushing the band to be the best they can be with their songwriting and studio performance. Despite the commercial failure of Full Moon, Dirty Hearts, particularly in America (no thanks to the record label), the band and Mark came up with 12 tracks that 29 years later still hold up musically. We drill down on the Capri experience to examine “where” each member of the band was at, personally and professionally, after Welcome to Wherever You Are and a recent retreat to Michael's South France villa. Why was Capri chosen? What actually happened there? (Warts and all!) And what did the imminent ending of INXS' long-term arrangement with its label mean for the marketing and distribution for Full Moon, Dirty Hearts? Mark has never been more erudite and revealing as we take you on a “Back to the Future, fly on the wall” experience of the entire Capri affair: the island, the hotel, the history, the recording studio, the ad hoc phone calls to Bono from Michael, the sudden arrival of Chris Murphy who sought to renegotiate his management deal, and Michael's post-accident period where he was adjusting to life without the vital senses of taste and smell. Sometimes great music can come out of great calamity and band dysfunction (hello, Fleetwood Mac 1977 Rumours), and we are lucky to have this often forgotten and neglected album to listen to and re-appreciate some 29 years later. So, before we examine each track and discuss the songs, sit back and immerse yourself in a time and place where the band was enjoying a creative peak, if not a commercial one, and embrace the making of Full Moon, Dirty Hearts. Love and Peace ✌️ Haydn Our eBay auction is underway https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/125264217523 To become a Patron/subscriber check out our different levels and see which one suits you. https://patron.podbean.com/INXSAccessAllAreas Please sign the petition at http://inductinxs.comto help get INXS nominated into the ROCK & ROLL HALL of FAME, where they belong.
durée : 00:58:15 - Check this sound ! - par : Matthieu Conquet - Ecoutez ces sons qui s'accumulent et se chevauchent, parmi les nouveautés : Lizzo, Nova Twins, Jimi Jules, Jack White. Question de son encore et une histoire de la musique enregistrée par un livre fantastique, et enfin deux pépites au menu du Disquaire Day. « Fear of the Dawn » la peur de l'aube ou encore l'éosophobie si vous voulez vous la jouer grec ancien : c'est le titre de ce morceau de Jack White dont je vous parlais déjà samedi dernier. Une démonstration de maitrise dans le traitement des sons, des couches et des distorsions. sur le plan sonore c'est phénoménal. Ecoutez-le au casque si vous le pouvez, il y a un jeu et un plaisir des sons indiscutable. Si vous entendez en début d'émission ce bruit de bête dans Les Bronzés font du ski : c'est pour vous parler de SONS. Comment on les perçoit et comment le fait de les enregistrer -et ce depuis 1860 jusqu'à nos jours- pose des questions fondamentales. Je vous parlerai de la réédition d'un livre passionnant Perfecting Sound Forever (Castor Astral) de Greg Milner qui raconte comment la musique a fait évoluer les technologies d'enregistrements mais aussi comment la technologie a influencé la musique et notre manière de l'entendre. « L'album dont on parla le plus en 1977 (en tout cas parmi les gens qui aimaient parler de ce genre de choses) fut Never Mind the Bollocks. Here's the Sex Pistols, mais le plus écouté fut Rumours de Fleetwood Mac, le plus grand album de 1977 et désormais l'un des plus grands de tous les temps. Moi qui trouve les deux géniaux, je peux affirmer avec certitude que sur le plan dialectique, Never Mind the Bollocks est analogique et Rumours est numérique -pas tant à cause de leurs procédés de fabrication qu'à cause du message qu'ils transmettent : «No Future» (sans avenir) contre « Don't. Stop. Thinking about tomorrow. » (N'arrête. Pas. De penser à demain) » Greg Milner extrait p. 213 "Check This Sound" comme on dit outre-Manche. Ecoutez donc, par contraste, ce dont sont capables les nuyoricains de Standing On The Corner. Étonnant voyage par le son, encore. Du coté du bac des nouveautés vous écouterez le gros son des Nova Twins, les bruissements du Suisse Jimi Jules, et le nouveau Lizzo « About Damn Time » : il était temps. Côté rééditions et sons anciens, le Disquaire Day sera peut-être l'occasion pour certains de retourner chez les disquaires proches y trouver les sorties prévues à cette occasion, dont cette perle brésilienne : « Féminina » de Joyce en 1977, une session de plus de 11 minutes enregistrée à New York, produite arrangée et dirigée par l'immense Claus Ogerman. On pensera aussi à l'acoustique des salles avec Vincent Delerm qui revient, 20 ans après, dans la salle de ses premiers succès : à l'Européen place de Clichy. Vous verrez que dans son nouveau morceau "Avec Jeanne" il a lui aussi une manière particulière de placer la piste de voix, comme détachée du reste de la bande sonore par son phrasé et sa réverbération. Côté acoustique et symphonique même notez que mardi prochain Bernard Lavilliers sera au Studio 104 avec les musiciens de l'Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France - Bernard Lavilliers Symphonic ce sera en direct de 20h à 21h 30 mardi prochain, soirée présentée par Rebecca Manzoni. Et maintenant on va écouter une couleur ou plutôt une rétro-couleur : Donna Blue qui viennent d'entrer en playlist sur inter. Un duo venu d'Amsterdam , le couple Bart Van Dalen et Danique Van Kesteren. Visiblement ils sont dingues de Lee Hazlewood et Nancy Sinatra, du son californien des années 60, ils sont aussi francophiles ce qui ne gâche rien : Donna Blue « Solitaire » Titres diffusés : Jack White : « Fear of the Dawn » Donna Blue : « Solitaire » Vincent Delerm : « Avec Jeanne » Lizzo : « About Damn Time » Oumou Sangaré : « Wassulu Don » Nova Twins : « Cleopatra » ROSALÍA : « CUUUUuuuuuute » Willie Williams : « Armageddon Time » (1979) Curtis Harding : « Forever More » Fleetwood Mac : « Dreams » (1977) Standing On The Corner : « G-E-T-O-U-T!! T
Hello Casuals! Welcome to another episode of Casuals Only With Friends where Shannon and Sara are joined by long-time friend of the show, Berto! This week the gang is talking about all of their favorite (and not so favorite) things of 2022 so far. Then we're rounding out the episode with a discussion of the HBO Max series, Our Flag Means Death--starring Rhys Darby, Taika Waititi, and more. SOCIALSSara - on instagram @thecosmicpunkShannon - twitch.tv/cybershannon and @casualshannonBerto - @Albietha1nonlyMUSICPOPSTAR GENESIS Remix by Sur BackSalt and Vinegar by LIGHTSThe Chain by Fleetwood Mac
Dort 500 Millionen, hier 100, da 300. Seit geraumer Zeit erwerben Investmentsfonds die Rechte an mehreren der populärsten Songs der letzten 100 Jahre. Bruce Springsteen, Blondie, Shakira: alle sind sie dank dem Verkauf ihrer Songrechte (noch) steinreich(er) geworden. Woher kommt dieser Trend? Wer steckt hinter diesen Fonds? Und wie kann sich das für diese Investor:innen überhaupt auszahlen? Sounds!-Redaktor Dominic Dillier hat die Antworten – in der neusten Folge von «Sounds! Story». Die ganze Folge gibt's hier – oder auf jeder Streamingplattform und überall dort, wo's sonst noch Podcasts gibt.
Nick talks with music journalist Jim Ryan about the time he spent with Lindsay Buckingham of Fleetwood Mac; an interview with Bill Murray, Olivia Rodrigo and more. Later Nick and Esmeralda Leon talk about the latest crazy news stories including: A dumpster diver who got stuck in a dumpster for days, a group of Lucha libre wrestlers enforcing mask rules in Mexico and a basketball announcer who blamed his blood sugar levels for his use of the "N" word. Plus Nick's Dad Tells a Joke. [EP27]
This week on The Metro, Warlock Jeff Ivins brings you the hits from 1987 featuring: T’pau, Bananarama, Crowded House, Prince, Pet Shop Boys, Tiffany, Club Nouveau, Boy George, Fleetwood Mac, Heart, Europe, Suzanne Vega, Madonna, and finishing up with Whitesnake.
Today my guest is Michael Urbano one of the most sought after drummers in the music biz. From his early days growing up in Sacramento playing 5 sets a night of Funk and Disco covers in the 70's to a record deal with Indie rockers Bourgeois Tagg. This man has recorded with some of the biggest bands of the 80's and 90's including Cracker, Third Eye Blind, Smash Mouth, John Hiatt, Paul Westerberg and Sheryl Crow. These days you can see Michael live on tour with the Fleetwood Mac legend Lindsey Buckingham. Thank you so much for tuning in. This episode is brought to you by Buck Mason some of the best clothing made these days. Use the link and get a free T-Shirt with your first purchase. https://www.buckmason.com/pages/LetThereBeTalk?utm_medium=audio&utm_source=podcast&utm_campaign=spring22_podcasttest&utm_content=podcast_DeanDelray
He's that Blackstratblues guy. He's done rock, blues, sessions work for Bollywood, and you can't put him in a box. Indie music legend Warren Mendonsa joins Amit Varma and guest co-host Chuck Gopal in episode 273 of The Seen and the Unseen to talk about his career, how he only aims to make music that makes him happy, and the common thread that binds us all. Also check out: 1. Warren Mendonsa on Instagram and Twitter. 2. Blackstratblues music and community. Also, on YouTube and Spotify. 3. Anuva's Sky and Ode to a Sunny Day. 4. The therapy that is Blackstratblues -- Deepak 'Chuck' Gopalakrishnan. 5. Warren interviewed by Chuck and Varad Wategaonkar: Part 1 & Part 2. 6. Warren Mendonsa: The Universe Has The Blues -- Interview by Michael Limnios. 7. 2018 interview of Warren by EveryoneLovesGuitar. 8. The Universe of Chuck Gopal -- Episode 258 of The Seen and the Unseen. 9. Ted Gioia on Music as Cultural Cloud Storage -- Episode 79 of Conversations With Tyler. 10. The Great Man Theory. 11. Steven Van Zandt: Springsteen, the death of rock and Van Morrison on Covid — Richard Purden. 12. 1000 True Fans — Kevin Kelly. 13. 1000 True Fans? Try 100 — Li Jin. 14. What is Internet? -- Bill Gates on the David Letterman Show. 15. Why Old Music is Killing New Music -- Rick Beato. 16. The viral TikTok video by doggface208 featuring Fleetwood Mac's 'Dreams.' 17. The Volkswagen commercial featuring Nick Drake's 'Pink Moon.' 18. The Time a Stiff Caught Fire -- Keith Yates on Billy Joel. 19. PSP 12" -- Zero. 20. Bobby McFerrin Demonstrates the Power of the Pentatonic Scale. 21. Derek Trucks talks guitar and plays incredible slide. 22. Turbo Killer -- Carpenter Brut. 23. Afrique Victime -- Mdou Moctar. 24. Tinariwen on Spotify. 25. Dungen on Spotify. 26. The Dungen albums, Ta Det Lugnt and 4, with the song Mina Damer Och Fasaner. 27. Josh Fix on Spotify. 28. This Town Is Making Me Angry -- Josh Fix. 29. The Formula Behind Every Perfect Pop Song -- Seeker. 30. Why We Choke -- Amit Varma (on the Yips). 31. This is Your Brain on Music -- Daniel Levitin. 32. Your brain hallucinates your conscious reality -- TED Talk by Anil Seth. 33. What Colour Is Your Raindrop -- Tajdar Junaid. 34. Dastaan -- Tajdar Junaid. 35. 10 Things I Wish I Knew when I started playing Guitar -- Warren Mendonsa. 36. This Is Spinal Tap -- Rob Reiner. 37. Monty Python's Life of Brian. 38. Masala Lab on Instagram. 39. Krish Ashok on Spotify and Apple Music. 40. A Scientist in the Kitchen -- Episode 204 of The Seen and the Unseen (w Krish Ashok). 41. Bill McClintock on YouTube. 42. Derek Trucks and Michael Landau on Spotify. 43. Nadia - Nitin Sawhney with Jeff Beck live. 44. Where Were You? -- Jeff Beck. 45. Arinjoy Sarkar and Rudi Wallang on YouTube. 46. Achint on Instagram and YouTube. 47. Tejas, Komorebi, Rohan Rajadhyaksha and Sandunes. Also, do check out Chuck Gopal's specially curated playlist of Indian rock and metal for listeners of The Seen and the Unseen. (Here's a YouTube version.) This episode is sponsored by The Desi Crime Podcast. You'll find them on all podcast apps. Check out Amit's online course, The Art of Clear Writing. And subscribe to The India Uncut Newsletter. It's free!
We had the pleasure of interviewing Hrishikesh Hirway over Zoom video!Acclaimed musician and Song Exploder host/creator Hrishikesh Hirway's first EP under his own name, Rooms I Used to Call My Own, is out now. The album features collaborations with a long list of acclaimed artists, songwriters and producers including Yo-Yo Ma, Jay Som, Baths, Jenny Owen Youngs, Jimmy Tamborello (The Postal Service, Dntel), Jonathan Snipes (Clipping), John Mark Nelson and Grammy-winners John Congleton (St. Vincent, Sharon Van Etten, Angel Olsen) and Kimbra.Rooms I Used to Call My Own marks the first time Hirway has released music under his own name following five critically acclaimed records under the moniker The One AM Radio. A deeply personal work, the EP is informed by Hirway's experiences as a podcast host; eschewing the inward gaze of his previous work as an artist, Rooms I Used to Call My Own instead focuses on collaboration, each song formed out of a conversation of sorts with everyone he's brought into the project with him. Likewise, the subjects of the EP are all other people: the people he loves. The songs are about the deep love and appreciation he holds for his wife, Lindsey, as well as his parents and family.Hirway is also set to continue his Spring tour with Jenny Owen Youngs, performing select dates throughout the west coast in May. They'll be on stage together, doing one combined set of all their songs, performing as a duo. Jenny and Hrishikesh have collaborated as co-writers on several songs and are both storytellers, as hosts of popular, award-winning podcasts: Hrishikesh with Song Exploder, The West Wing Weekly and Home Cooking; and Jenny with Buffering the Vampire Slayer and Veronica Mars Investigations. These special performances will be a mix of songs and stories from two dear friends; find tickets HERE and see below for a list of dates.Hrishikesh Hirway has been producing music for over two decades; first with his project The One AM Radio, and later with MOORS, a collaboration with Oscar-nominated rapper/actor Lakeith Stanfield. As a composer, his credits include the Netflix original series Everything Sucks!, the theme for ESPN's 30 for 30 podcast and the theme for the Song Exploder series on Netflix. Hirway launched the award-winning podcast Song Exploder, where musicians take apart their songs and tell the stories behind their inspiration and creative process, in 2014. Since then, the podcast has been streamed and downloaded over 65 million times, and has featured guests including Fleetwood Mac, Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa, Solange, U2, Arcade Fire, Metallica, Lin-Manuel Miranda, The Roots and many more. We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com. www.BringinitBackwards.com #podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #SongExploder #HrishikeshHirway #RoomsIUsedtoCallMyOwn #NewMusic #zoom Listen & Subscribe to BiB https://www.bringinitbackwards.com/follow/ Follow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter! https://www.facebook.com/groups/bringinbackpod
Adrian Teacher of Apollo Ghosts talks home studios and the new double LP Pink Tiger, exercising when you're not a jock, Wayne Gretzky, different currencies, being a school teacher, Fleetwood Mac, losing his hearing, overcoming COVID-19, touring, future plans, and more! Supported by you on Patreon, Blackbyrd Myoozik, Pizza Trokadero, the Bookshelf, Planet Bean Coffee, and Grandad's Donuts. Support Y.E.S.S. and Black Women United YEG. Follow vish online.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/kreative-kontrol. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Today is a mixture of classic rock and pop music including Led Zeppelin, Heart, Phil Collins, Devo, Flock Of Seagulls, Fever Ray and artist blocks of Kylie Minogue and The Doobie Brothers. © Copyright Danny Diess 2022.
On this episode, we discuss Fleetwood Mac's sixth album, 1972's Bare Trees. This album was released during the period between co-founder Peter Green's departure from the band and Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nick's arrival and is easily the most overlooked and underappreciated period in Fleetwood Mac's long history. This period marks a tumultuous time for the band, full of dizzying personnel changes and exploration of new musical directions away from their blues-based beginnings into what would ultimately become one of the most popular bands ever.Fleetwood Mac is no stranger to drama, and the story of this album is no exception. Guitarist Bob Welch (who would later find success as a solo artist) and keyboardist Christine McVie (nee Perfect) each contributed songs that provide a glimpse into the pop direction the band would take in subsequent albums. However, the unsung leader of the band for this album was a 22-year-old guitarist named Danny Kirwan. While issues with alcohol and his erratic temper would eventually see him fired from the band while on tour in support of this album, Bare Trees is a testament to Kirwin's talent as a songwriter, a singer, and above all, an unbelievably exceptional and one of a kind guitarist.
Hey everyone, WE ARE BACK with another episode that's chock full of surprises, trivia, and laughs. Dr. Bertolino and I chop it up about songs by Fleetwood Mac, Prince, Gwen McCrae, and Paul's favorite band…The Clash! (If you're a regular listener, you know that's a lie, lol)
This episode continues the expedition we began last week, following the musical map Dylan has drawn for us as the spring tour winds to a close. The weekly news segment “20 Pounds of Headlines” keeps you updated on the itinerary for the final week of Dylan's spring tour, updates you on the appeal result for Claudia Levy's suit against Dylan, and updates you on ticket availability for the festivities surrounding the opening of the Bob Dylan Center. In "Who Did It Better?" we ask you to tell us who did "Maybe Baby" better: Waylon Jennings or Buddy Holly? Go to our Twitter page @RainTrains to vote.
This week on Rockonteurs, Gary Kemp and Guy Pratt chat to Mike Campbell. Mike was a long-time member of Tom Petty's band ‘The Heartbreakers' and co-wrote many of their hits. He also has a well-established and successful track record writing and recording with Don Henley, having co-written The Boys of Summer and ‘Heart of The Matter'. He is also currently part of the touring band for Fleetwood Mac and has a new album out with his band The Dirty Knobs called ‘External Combustion'. A perfect candidate to join us on the podcast. Rockonteurs is produced by Ian Callaghan and Ben Jones for Gimme Sugar Productions See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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