A little bit of everything here with this one including some meanderings. I had a cool edit of 1 Thing which got me tripping on the fact that one person was responsible for that banger along with Crazy in Love and Get Right so I had to drop those as a little celebration of Richard Harrison. Later, I found myself in 60s/70s territory so I took the opportunity to drop what I consider the first-ever pop music diss tracks with Paul McCartney and John Lennon going at each other. Always show respect to the edit man or woman. These remix artists are pretty active so, if anything catches your fancy, find them, buy their edits, support them. If you're listening on Apple Podcasts, please shoot me a quick 5-star, and a positive review if you're feeling generous. While you're there, don't forget to sub. Jennifer Lopez – Get Right Beyoncé – Crazy in Love Amerie – 1 Thing (Disc Jockey Nutrition) That's Not An Edit – Get Up, Get Down, We're Taking Over (Meems Extended Edit) Russell Morris – The Real Thing (That's Not An Edit - Joah Remix) Paul McCartney – Too Many People John Lennon – How Do You Sleep (Takes 5 & 6 Raw Studio Mix) That's Not An Edit – 50 Ways (dL Edit ft. Evan Whetter) That's Not An Edit – Breathe & Stop (Treble N Bass Remix) That's Not An Edit – Love of Influence (Treble N Bass Remix) Bobby Thurston – I Know You Feel Like I Feel (The Reflex Revision) That's Not An Edit – Mellow Music (JR.Dynamite Edits) Blood, Sweat & Tears – Spinning Wheel (The Reflex Revision) Marvin Gaye – What's Going On (DJ Platurn Alternate Extended Edit) Timmy Thomas – Why Can't We Live Together (DJ Platurn Edit)
This week on The Get Down, Beats sits down and gets deep with author and motivational speaker, Ritchie Gibson. Ritchie talks about his time in the Australian Army, his life as a motivational speaker, his books he has written and his experiences using Ayahuasca as a key to unlock thoughts. Ritchie is passionate and true in his speech, he is infectious and appears to have found the key to happiness. I look forward to learning more from Ritchie during this journey we call LIFE!Thanks for your time Ritchie, I appreciate you!Enjoy, BeatsRitchie's Website.http://beyoubegreat.com.au/
As we finally come to the end of our series on Afro-Psychedlia, Tim and Jeremy bring us back to New York, David Mancuso and the dancefloor of The Loft via Puerto Rico, Salsa and the Latin influence on the city in the early '70s. We hear about the mighty Fania Records - a classic example of the sort of small labels who found a commercial audience while still releasing amazing music - and the band they fostered, the Fania All-Stars. We also spend time exploring the catalog of Ray Barretto, who's track Acid featured at the very beginning of the LITM project. Jeremy and Tim also interrogate the idea of New York as a 'melting pot', consider the construction of the Nu Yorican identity, and contrast it to the other cultural and musical formations of the late '60s we've heard about in this series. We're also introduced to Boogaloo, 'the Watusi', and close with Eddie Palmieri's fantastic, epic track 'Un Día Bonito' - a worthy place to end for now. We'll be taking a bit of a summer break and back with a new series in the Autumn - but keep an eye on the feed, we'll be throwing out some extra bits for patrons to tide you over. Produced and edited by Matt Huxley. Tune in, Turn on, Get Down! Become a supporter of the show for as little as £3pcm by visiting www.Patreon.com/LoveMessagePod Tracklist: Estrellas de Chocolate - Fania Pacheco - Cañonazo Fania All Stars - Guatacando (Live at the Red Garter) Joe Cuba - Bang Bang Ray Barretto Y Su Charanga Moderna – El Watusi Ray Barretto - Despójate Ray Barretto - Acid Ray Barretto - Tin Tin Deo Bobbi Humphreys - Harlem River Drive Ocho - Oriza Eddie Palmieri - Un Día Bonito
Models models models! Comedian and podcast host John Cullen stops by to talk about Vincent Chase moonlighting as a model, Ari considering taking the studio job and Drama striking out again and again. This is a long one so buckle in and enjoy! Follow Oh Yeah, Oh Yeah on TikTok Follow Oh Yeah, Oh Yeah on IG Follow Oh Yeah, Oh Yeah on Twitter Listen to the Oh Yeah, Oh Yeah Music Playlist
We're almost at the end of our series on Afro-Psychedelia. The final stop on our tour is the Caribbean island of Puerto Rico, an unincorporated territory of the USA, with a rich musical tradition and close migratory ties to New York City, where our journey began. We hear about the accessible complexity of the percussion-rich music of Puerto Ricans like the mighty Tito Puente; hear how Cuban and Jazz flavours made their way into Salsa and Mambo; and consider the role played by Puerto Ricans in the construction of NYC as an immigrant city. Plus, Celia Cruz, Louis Vega, and how purchasing a vacuum cleaner secured Tim his first trip to the Big Apple... Produced and edited by Matt Huxley. Tune in, Turn on, Get Down! Become a supporter of the show by visiting www.patreon.com/LoveMessagePod Tracklist: Cortijo Y Ismael Rivera - Bomba Carambomba Tito Puente - Abaniquito Tito Puente - El Rey Del Timbal Tito Puente - Tito And Mongo On Timbales Tito Puente - Hong Kong Mambo Tito Puente - Oye Como Va Celia Cruz y la Sonora Matancera - Mi Bomba Sono Eddie Palmieri - Tema La Perfecta
Starlight Thursdays Episode 119 featuring GETDOWN Recorded live at Forest Creatures 5 on the StarFox69 stage. This year GETDOWN worked extra hard to make sure our experience was on point. He doesn't just take the sound system, décor and lightning seriously, he pours the same modification and discipline into DJing excellent sets. It was amazing to see all of his hard work executed so beautifully and see our community celebrating it on the dance floor. Cheers to you GETDOWN
This week on The Get Down, Beats splashed out and hired a professional studio to have a crazy yarn with local Sunny Coast rapper MC WHEELS aka Nathan. Nathan is a skilled MC and has an extremely unique story only he can tell. Filled with optimism, gratitude, courage and love, Nathan's music is a refreshing sound in the Australian Hip-Hop arena. Being bound to his wheelchair, but certainly not defined by it, Nathan proves that with a good attitude and perseverance, chasing your dreams is not only something you should do, but can achieve! I really enjoyed this chat and look forward to getting to know Nathan better and enjoy the prospect of becoming his friend and creating some music together. Thanks Nathan.I appreciate you homie.Enjoy, Beats..MC WHEELS ON SPOTIFYhttps://open.spotify.com/artist/3Up2XaeYrqdm2aN8hSJG3I?si=5zNi_UVXQQSiKpasdrmISwThe Get Down Beat produced by PTTCwww.linktr.ee/poundtothecredit_officialThe Get Down Logo designed by Ben Tan from @Graphic_tragic(C) Insurgence Productions - All rights reserved. 2022
It's the last Wednesday of the month, and you know what that means! We are back with our monthly Q&A episode. Today, we are discussing how long it is safe to go after your bag of waters releases (see link to our amazing birth story below); What can be done to treat or prevent Hyperemesis Gravidarum? Is Aspirin in pregnancy really necessary and what does ACOG have to say about it? When your hospital says waterbirth increases the risk of infection and is harmful to the baby--is that true? The world-expert in water birthing, Barbara Harper, founder of Waterbirth International, steps in to answer this one. And one woman was told her uterus wouldn't be "safe" to have another baby for one year. Also, is it normal to have nipple pain in pregnancy and how will this impact breastfeeding...and quickies!Remember you can access the extended, ad-free version of this episode by subscribing on Apple. This month's extended version includes:Severe carpel tunnel in pregnancy and what can be done about it; Fetal scalp electrode monitoring: what is it, and do the benefits ever outweigh the risks? You'll hear our thoughts on this "extreme" intervention; Having a two-vessel umbilical cord that was identified during the 20-week anatomy scan; What's the lowdown on red raspberry leaf tea? What are the benefits, and when/how much to consume during pregnancy.Thank you as always for your excellent questions and see you next week! If you would like to submit a question, please call and leave us a message with your question at (802) 438-3696 That's 802-GET-DOWN. (Cute, right?)#78 | Christina's Run From Induction to a Home Birth with Group B Strep**********This show is sponsored by:Silverette USA*DYPER*NOM Maternity*Vyana Infant Massage*Wildbird.co*Beautiful Births and Beyond*Postpartum Soothe**Use promo code DOWNTOBIRTHConnect with Cynthia and Trisha at:Instagram: @downtobirthshow on InstagramEmail: Contact@DownToBirthShow.comCall: (802) 438-3696 (802-GET-DOWN)Work with Cynthia:Email: Cynthia@HypnoBirthingCT.com Text: 203-952-7299 to RSVP to attend a free information session live on Zoom. Upcoming dates are posted at HypnoBirthingCT.com. You can also sign up for our Fourth Trimester Workshop, Breastfeeding Workshop or Cynthia's HypnoBirthing classes and weekly postpartum support groups at HypnoBirthing of Connecticut. Work with Trisha at:Email: Trisha.Ludwig@gmail.com for online breastfeeding consulting services or text 734-649-6294 for more info.We serve women and couples coast to coast with our live, online monthly HypnoBirthing classes, support groups and prenatal/postpartum workshops. We are so grateful for your reviews and shares!Please remember we don't provide medical advice, and to speak with your licensed medical provider related to all your healthcare matters. Thanks so much for joining in the conversation, and see you next week!Support the show
Gilbert O'Sullivan is an Irish singer-songwriter that made his claim to fame in the early 70s with standout hits like 'Alone Again (Naturally)', 'Claire', and 'Get Down'. O'Sullivan continued to release albums throughout the decades, all the way up to his latest album 'Driven' (2022). Despite being 75 years of age, the songsmith has never lost his passion for songwriting and making music, as evidenced by the album's title. We spoke about his drive, The Beatles, his creative process, the art of songwriting, working with Mick Hucknall and KT Tunstall, modern music, and a lot more! Interview by: Robin HignellSupport the show
The darkness of this world is from man, not of GOD. People ask the question all the time, "why did GOD allow this?" And the answer is this is not of GOD but of man. It is man that does this to fellow man. It is not Almighty GOD. GOD has given us everything to live a harmonious life on the special planet that will allow us to live, and then the serpent did appear. The serpent of today is the greedy selfish egotistical people who are mentally convinced that they are better than other people. WE all were born of GOD. Then we chose to drift away or continue to follow. And the darkness of today is the people who have drifted so far away from what LIFE is supposed to be to something that is equal to a modern day slavery. The money is evil. You have to stay away from your family all the time to "earn money". Then the money is taxed, so you get 70%+- of what you worked for so the time you spent from your family, you aren't even paid for 30%. Instead that money is used to create wars and famines and division among other people of the world. This is not of GOD. This is of evil.Christian brothers & sisters...you have to stand up to the evils of the world as Jesus stood up to the money changers in the church trying to profit off the terrible times. The same is happening today and Christians are to fight off the evil. Stand strong and courageous Christians as WE are GODS chosen people!!!
In this week's podcast Tim and Jeremy complete their three-parter on Brazil, looking at music in the country from 1968 - 1975. Against a backdrop of managed democracy, repression and censorship for musicians, we hear about a number of exciting artists who combined inventive experimental radicalism with a popular imagination to create electrifying music. Jeremy and Tim introduce Fusion groups like Azymuth and Aitro, totemic Brazilian singers like Astrud Gilberto, and the incredible output of Jorge Ben. Tim and Jeremy also discuss varying psychedelic aesthetics in the country and internationally, including the contrast between indigenous practices and the classical countercultural LSD scene; spent time on the place of reissuing culture of contemporary labels like Mr Bongo; and disagree over how we should listen to music with explicitly religious lyrics. Plus, Pelé! Produced and edited by Matt Huxley. Tune in, Turn on, Get Down! Become a patron from as little as £3pcm by visiting www.patron.com/LoveMessagePod Tracklist: Pedros Santos - Água Viva Astrud Gilberto - Beginnings Jorge Ben - Take It Easy My Brother Charles Claudia - Jesus Christo Airto - Return to Forever Novos Baianos - Preta, Pretinha Tribo Massahi - Fareuá Sivuca - Ain't No Sunshine Gal Costa - Milho Verdé Azymuth - Periscopio
In the second part of Nicole's conversation with artist Skylar Grey, Skylar shares how she found love after her divorce, and the amazing engagement story you may just want to try at home. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
As we circle back to 1973, it's yesterday once more. Chances are you didn't have a lot of money. Perhaps you were just looking for the right place where peaceful waters run, your own Shambala. Maybe you were looking to re-connect with a missing family member, asking the question “Has anybody seen my brother Louie?” Were you just an uneasy rider on a long train running searching for your perfect diamond girl? You would only express your anguish behind closed doors, clutching your only Kodachrome picture of her. As you looked off into the distance, the smoke on the water cleared and you realized that there has got to be a morning after. In this episode we go back around in circles and look at the Billboard chart from July 28, 1978. Alright then, let's get it on! Link to a listing of the songs in this week's episode: https://top40weekly.com/1973-all-charts/#US_Top_40_Singles_Week_Ending_28th_July_1973 Also, a few interesting links to things we talked about in the episode: Bill Zuber's Restaurant in Amana, Iowa: https://iowalum.com/bill-zubers-restaurant-in-amana-iowa/ Rosebud Indian Reservation: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rosebud_Indian_Reservation Tony Orlando & Dawn: Show #1 (1974): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x3yYgwHY9Kg Shaft In Africa (1973) Official Trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VzjteiKTNz4 Doobie Brothers' Jeff “Skunk” Baxter and Rory Gallagher having a beer backstage : https://www.pinterest.co.uk/pin/rory-gallagher-jeff-skunk-the-steely-dan-the-doobie-brother-great-session-man--388294799113562260/ 1978 edition of Right On! Magazine featuring a “super centerfold” poster of Foster Sylvers: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/from-the-archives-michael-tops-the-list-of-most-eligible-bachelors-in-this-1978-edition-of-right-on--638807528391867093/ Deep Purple Podcast Episode #152 Deep Purple In the Charts (Special Guest Star Pete!): https://deeppurplepodcast.com/2022/03/14/episode-152-deep-purple-in-the-charts/ Deep Purple Podcast Episode #45, Weird Versions of “Smoke on the Water” (Part 1): https://deeppurplepodcast.com/2020/03/02/episode-45-weird-versions-of-smoke-on-the-water-part-1/ Deep Purple Podcast Episode #147 – Weird Versions of Smoke on the Water (Part 2) :https://deeppurplepodcast.com/2022/02/07/episode-147-weird-versions-of-smoke-on-the-water-part-2/ Andrews Sisters Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy (from the movie “Buck Privates”): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8of3uhG1tCI
Editors – Matt Villa and Jonathan Redmond, Sound Designer/Re-recording Mixer/Supervising Sound Editor - Wayne Pashley ELVIS editors Matt Villa and Jonathan "Jono" Redmond are no strangers to director Baz Luhrmann's unique style of cinema. For that matter, neither is Sound Designer and Re-recording mixer, Wayne Pashley. Matt and Jono first worked together on MOULIN ROUGE! (2001) with Jono serving as 1st assistant editor and Matt doing VFX editing. Wayne Pashley goes all the way back with Baz Luhrmann to Baz's first film, STRCITLY BALLROOM (1992). But it was Luhrmann's THE GREAT GATSBY (2013) where Matt, Jono and Wayne first worked together on a film for the acclaimed Aussie director. Delivered in Luhrmann's trademark style of lush soundscapes and rich, high-energy visuals, ELVIS is told through the voice of Elvis Presley's former manager, "Colonel Tom Parker". While on his deathbed in 1997, Parker recalls how he discovered the future King of Rock and Roll and chronicles their time together throughout Elvis' ascension to icon status, as well as the downward spiral that ultimately led to Presley's death in 1977. MATT VILLA Matt Villa is known for PREDESTINATION (2014), The Great Gatsby (2013) and The Lego Batman Movie (2017). JONATHAN REDMOND Jono Redmond is known for his work as 1st assistant editor (digital) for MOULIN ROUGE! (2001) and editor for THE GREAT GATSBY (2013) and THE GET DOWN (2016-17). WAYNE PASHLEY Wayne Pashley is known for Mad Max: Fury Road (2015), The Great Gatsby (2013) and Daybreakers (2009). Editing ELVIS In our discussion with the ELVIS editors we talk about: Keeping it moving, keeping it transitional Protecting the king at all costs The three different voices of Elvis from the 50's, 60's and 70's Cutting concert performances compared to cutting the narrative Applying the "poetic glue" The Credits Visit ExtremeMusic for all your production audio needs See what's new with Avid Media Composer Subscribe to The Rough Cut for more great interviews with the heroes of the editing room! Visit The Rough Cut on YouTube!
This week on The Get Down we swing back into the Hip-Hop side of things annd chat with Adelaide legend Kultar Ahluwalia fka Koolta. Kultar has been doing his thing brilliantly for over two decades now and in my opinion has flown under the radar for a lot of that time. Kultar is a humble and down to earth human with a heart of gold. I challenge anyone to find someone who has a bad word to say about the bloke. I really enjoyed this conversation and regret not connecting on a closer level with him back in the day. I have nothing but respect for Kultar and look forward to where his music career takes him!Thanks Koolts. I appreciate you brother!Enjoy!BeatsWe Move Like Giants Musichttps://open.spotify.com/artist/5MaCZ4uBuven02j2czwn0R?si=PCmFux2RSsq1K634dbCjsgFarther Videohttps://youtu.be/doo8kwqevmcThe Get Down Beat produced by PTTCwww.linktr.ee/poundtothecredit_officialThe Get Down Logo designed by Ben Tan from @Graphic_tragic(C) Insurgence Productions - All rights reserved. 2022
Welcome to The Funk Assassin's Nu Disco Dance Party with a mix of Nu Disco All Star's to make you dance your pants off all night long. This is what to expect at one of my legendary parties so turn it up and Get Down to the Groove. The show celebrates 1 million listens on Soundcloud and a gift to all those who have listened and stuck with me. Thank you so much. In this Funk laden set of Nu Disco track's there is music by The Shapeshifters, Dave Lee, Purple Disco Machine, Seamus Haji, Birdee and Block & Crown with a very special tune featuring CHIC's Nile Rodgers 'Passion' that starts off the Party with an uplifting Bang plus a fire remix of Marvin Gaye's 'Inner City Blues'. Expect other familiar sounding Disco tracks remixed in a way perhaps you have not heard before. This is what to expect at one of my parties, lose yourself to the Rhythm! All tracks are selected and mixed by @thefunkassassin with Love. For all past shows click here ==> https://soundcloud.com/thefunkassassin/sets/the-funk-assassins-nu-disco Thank you for listening. Instagram: www.instagram.com/the_funk_assassin/ Spotify: open.spotify.com/user/g2fac3ls3k8e1ucxe4fqe7g89 Facebook: www.facebook.com/TheFunkAssassin/
Tracklist: 1. Pornbugs-Limon (Mihai Popoviciu Remix) [Brise Records] 2. Serge Devant-Hot Circuit (Original Mix) [Crosstown Rebels] 3. Dilby-Pranayama (Original Mix) [Ohral] 4. Joselacruz-Logic Vision (Original Mix) [Cross Land Music] 5. Josh Grover-Activity (Dilby Remix) [Serrano's Kitchen] 6. Giancarlo Zara, Alfrenk-Good Energy (Original Mix) [Under No Illusion] 7. Ekoboy-Waiting (Original Mix) [Circus Recordings] 8. Calussa-Nara (Extended Mix) [Saved Records] 9. Hot Since 82 feat. Jem Cooke - Buggin' (Elias R Remix) 10.AMEME-Balafonerra (Extended Mix) [Armada Electronic Elements] 11.Yves Murasca, Momo Khani, Rosario Galati, Meindel-Bigger Than Me feat. Chasing Kurt (Extended Mix) 12.Sebjak, Fahlberg-Somebody (Original Mix) [Abracadabra Music]
Crazibiza - Let's Dance (House Of Prayers Remix)David Keno - Ananas (Clean) (Extended)Maroon 5 ft Christina Aguilera & Guz - Moves Like Jagger (Cesar Castilla Tech House Bootleg) (Clean Extended)Bruno Mars - Treasure (Cesar Castilla 'Disco House' Edit) (Clean Extended)HUGEL feat. Cumbiafrica - Morenita (BeatBreaker Club Edit) Pitbull - Pitbull & Lil Jon - Culo (BeatBreaker Remix) Daddy Yankee - Zion Y Lennox Ft. Daddy Yankee - Yo Voy (BeatBreaker MIAMI House Remix) Lirico En La Casa ft Atomic Otro Way - Muevelo (Jesus Fernandez Tech Remix) (Dirty Extended)Jowell Y Randy Y Kiko El Crazy vs REDTAPE - Se Acabo La Cuarentena (Muzik Junkies Bootleg) (Dirty)Bad Bunny - De Museo (Kiro Prime & AR DJ Tech Remix) (Dirty Extended)TRAVIS PORTER - MAKE IT RAIN (RICHTANNER® & NAKEN AFRO BAILE RE MIX)Shouse - Love Tonight - DEAN RemixRihanna - Rude Boy - Klean Remix (Clean)Bad Bunny - Tití Me Preguntó - DJ XXplosive The Roof Is On Fire Edit (Dirty)Chuwe & WhySoSerious - My DJObi Toppin (Extended Mix)Ownboss, Sevek vs. Dev - Move Your Body (Zay "In the Dark" Edit)R-You vs. Rihanna - Work (Zay Word Play Mashup)Eminem ft Rihanna vs Dom Dolla - Monster (Cesar Castilla 'Take It' Edit) (Clean Extended)Timbaland ft Keri Hilson & D.O.E. - The Way I Are (Pim Umenzi Fresh Edit) (Clea n Extended)Fisher vs. Meg Thee Stallion - Losing It vs. Thot Shit (Zay Edit)J Balvin & Skrillex - In Da Getto (DJ Mighty Acap In) (Dirty)Daddy Yankee - Gasolina (BPM Supreme Slam Edit) (Clean Extended)Sak Noel Y Los Tioz vs Don Chezina - Blekete (Muzik Junkies Moombahton Bootleg) (Clean)Sak Noel vs FRENEZIK - Mienteme vs Bobble Like (Lkhn Bootleg) (Clean Exten ded)Bruno Mars - 24k Magic (Rock It Scientists Hype Edit) (Dynamiq Cutdown) (Dirt y)The Jackson 5 - I Want You Back - DJ Smerk 24K Magic BlendBeyonce ft Jay-Z - Crazy In Love (Clean)Ciara - 1 2 StepNelly Furtado ft Timbaland - Promiscuous Girl (Isaac Jordan Acap Out) (Clean)Bell Biv DeVoe - Poison (BPM Supreme Jump Off Edit) (Dirty)Bell Biv DeVoe - Poison (Clean)Beyonce - BREAK MY SOUL (Intro Clean)BPMLatino - Esta Noche (Break Acapella Out Club Tool) (Clean)El Alfa, Darell Y Noriel - 4K (LeXeDIT Starter) (Dirty Extended)Haraca Kiko - Los Bobo Son Mio (Intro Dirty)O.T. Genasis - Cut It - Onderkoffer Mi Gente Remix (Dirty)Acraze ft. Cherish - Do It To It - Paul Mond & Hyalyte RemixKanye West & Lil Pump - I Love It (REMIX BY CHENEY WEIRD)Panjabi MC - Mundian To Bach (Parah Dice Edit) [DropUnited Exclusive]Fisher vs. DMX - Just Feels Tight vs. Get It On The Floor (Zay Mashup)Zay - Shout (Extended Mix)Zay Ft. No Fltr - Overnight (Extended Mix)Bad Bunny x Jhay Cortez - Dákiti (HÄWK VIP Edit)Bad Bunny - TE DESEO LO MEJOR (Sergio Villanueva Remix) (Clean Extended )Joel Corry & MNEK - Head & Heart (Cesar Castilla Sunset Mix Bootleg) (Clean Extended)Slique - I Feel (Clean Extended)
In conversation with Asali Solomon Nigerian American author Chinelo Okparanta's acclaimed debut novel Under the Udala Trees celebrates the act of loving fearlessly, even amidst the strife of prejudice and civil war. Selected for more than a dozen periodicals' 2015 ''best of'' lists, it won a Lambda Literary Award, was a finalist for the International Dublin Literary Award, and was nominated for an NAACP Image Award in fiction. Okparanta is also the author of the short story collection Happiness, Like Water, winner of an O. Henry Prize, and a finalist for the New York Public Library Young Lions Fiction Award and the Etisalat Prize for Literature. The director of the creative writing program at Swarthmore College, she has published fiction in various publications, including The New Yorker, Granta, and Tin House. Her latest novel delves into a young white man's journey from his prejudiced smalltown to a life of freedom in New York City. Asali Solomon is the author of the novels The Days of Afrekete and Disgruntled, the short story collection Get Down, and stories published in a wide array of periodicals, including McSweeney's, Essence, and O, The Oprah Magazine. A professor of fiction writing and literature of the African diaspora at Haverford College, she is the recipient of a Rona Jaffe Foundation Writers' Award and the National Book Foundation's ''5 Under 35'' honor. (recorded 7/12/2022)
JD and BNos present The Get Down Podcast; the show where we discuss news stories that caught our eye and the movies and shows that we've recently watched. BNos & JD chat Santana concert experiences and cover a brief of the the NBA Draft 22'. We both watched the Maverick: Top Gun movie. JD the new Paramount+ show The Offer, covering the making of The Godfather movie. Come Get Down!!! BNos https://www.instagram.com/bnosanchuk/ https://twitter.com/BNosanchuk JD https://www.instagram.com/qwikwits/ https://twitter.com/thejdstaley SPENT https://twitter.com/spentradio Music by: Music by Wataboi from Pixabay
In this week's podcast Jeremy and Tim continue with the second of three episodes evaluating Brazilian music from 1965-1975 as they turn their attention to Tropicalia. We hear about the origins of Tropicalia, or Tropicalismo, set against the turbulent political climate and eventual military coup of the country in the mid-'60s. Via music from the Gilberto Gil, Tom Zé, Caetano Veloso and more, Tim and Jeremy show how the genre articulated an aesthetic of 'cannibalism' consonant with Brazil's multiplicity and cultural fluidity, but also how it leaned heavily on Anglophone psychedelic rock and vague trends and styles of the Counterculture for much of its inspiration. Tim and Jeremy problematise the period of Tropicalia, asking questions of its political valiancy, discuss whether it was actually radical or should be understood instead as an expression of liberal modernity, and examine the movement's rejection of paternalism in keeping with other youth scenes internationally. Join us next time for the final part of this series-within-a-series, as we move to the Seventies to discover some truly astounding music. Produced and edited by Matt Huxley. Tune in, Turn on, Get Down! Become a patron of the show for as little as £3pcm by visiting www.patreon.com/LoveMessagePod Tracklist: Caetano Veloso - Tropicália Gilberto Gil - Domingo No Parque Gal Costa - Mamãe, Coragem Tom Zé - Gloria Os Mutantes - Panis Et Circenses Books: Naomi Klein - The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism Gilberto Freyre - The Masters and the Slaves Roberto Schwarz on Caetano Veloso, New Left Review: https://newleftreview.org/issues/ii75/articles/roberto-schwarz-political-iridescence
Summer is here, campers! Paul returns from walking the Camino de Santiago in Spain with keen insights, a backpack full of good vibes, and one of st. James's finger bones. Ben asks incisive cultural questions like "Do they have trucks there?", and tells us how to spot an American Fascist, a la Umberto Eco. Hint: it's all in the color palette. We gave Trevor Welch the week off, so special thanks to Canadian boy band B4-4 for their song "Get Down," a certified summer slapper.
Gilbert O'Sullivan is an International Superstar who burst upon the musical scene in 1972 with his massive hit “Alone Again (Naturally)”, which occupied the #1 spot in the U.S. for six weeks. The song was nominated for two GRAMMYS. He followed this up with two more huge hits, “Clair” and “Get Down”. In a thoughtful, sensitive and introspective interview, Gilbert talks about songwriting, the music business, the influence of The Beatles, Dylan, Stephen Foster and Irving Berlin on his music, and his relationship with his manager Gordon Mills and Gordon's daughter Clair. We also discuss his new album Driven and the first single “Take Love” with KT Tunstall. And we do a Songfest.My featured song in this episode is “1972” from the album Trippin' by my band Project Grand Slam. Spotify link HERE.-------------------------------------------- Gilbert and I discuss the following:His singer-songwriter backgroundThe Beatles and Bob Dylan as influencesPaul SimonStephen Foster and Irving BerlinWriting “Clair” for his manager's daughterSongfest:“Alone Again (Naturally)”“Clair”“Get Down”“Take Love” If you enjoyed the show, please Subscribe, Rate, and Review. Just Click Here. “The Fall Of Winter” is Robert's new single, a collaboration with legendary rocker Jim Peterik of the Ides Of March (“Vehicle”) and formerly with Survivor (“Eye Of The Tiger”). And featuring renowned guitarist Elliott Randall (Steely Dan/Doobie Brothers) and famous keyboard player Tony Carey (Joe Cocker/Eric Burden). The reviewers have called “The Fall Of Winter” “A Triumph!” (The Indie Source) and “Flexes real rock muscle!” (Celebrity Zone). The track is available for streaming on Spotify, Apple, Amazon and all the other streaming platforms, and also for download from The PGS Store. And you must check out the lyric video on YouTube HERE. Rock on! Robert's “Follow Your Dream Handbook” is an Amazon #1 Bestseller. It's a combination memoir of his unique musical journey and a step by step how-to follow and succeed at your dream. Available on Amazon and wherever books are sold. Get your Complimentary DREAM ROADMAP with Robert's 5 steps to pursue and succeed at YOUR dream. Just click here: https://www.followyourdreampodcast.com/DreamRoadmap Connect with Gilbert at:www.gilbertosullivan.co.uk Connect with the Follow Your Dream Podcast:WebsiteFacebookEmailYouTube Listen to the Follow Your Dream Podcast on these podcast platforms:CastBoxSpotifyApple Follow Robert's band, Project Grand Slam, and his music:WebsiteInstagramPGS StoreYouTubeFacebookSpotify MusicApple MusicEmail
Starlight Thursdays episode 115 Featuring GETDOWN. In this mix he delivers the Deep House and bass vibes we love so much. Theres some amazing subtle tracks in here that remind me how broad electronic music is. He's found some little melodic gems sprinkled with interesting sounds and organic instrumentals. GETDOWN aka Jake Long as been part of the Starlight Reunion project from the beginning. He understood the vision right away and began to put effort behind the scenes as a stage manager, rave connoisseur, DJ and good friend. This year he'll be providing sound and managing the “Star Fox” stage production at Forest Creatures 5 with the support of the Fox Den and Starlight family. We're so stoke to have Jake as a brother on this wild adventure. A few words from the man himself. Never mind the shitty mixes, here's some tracks that I've been moving to lately. Some of them make me laugh, I sound like a radio DJ in a couple of them. Love ya all so very much! Looking forward to Forest Creatures 5 and Getting the fuck DOWN with you all in the woods once again. Dancing like animals, all moving together. -GETDOWN-
In this week's podcast Tim and Jeremy begin a multi-show examination of the music of Brazil in the Twentieth Century, starting in part one with the emergence of Samba in the late 1920s, Bossa Nova, and the first shoots of what would become Tropicalia. We hear about the complex and hybrid makeup of the nation, considering its Indigenous, African and European sources, and the role of slavery and colonialism on the vast nation. Tim and Jeremy talk about how music, and especially Samba, was used to cohere a new idea of Brazilian-ness, mobilised to express and represent a new national identity. We learn about new instruments like the cuica and surdo, and end with the introduction of a titan of Brazilian music, Jorge Ben. Produced and edited by Matt Huxley. Tune in, Turn on, Get Down! Become a patron from as little as £3pcm by visiting www.patreon.com/LoveMessagePod Tracklist: Almirante & o Bando de Tangarás - Na Pavuna Ary Barosso - Aquarela Do Brasil Geraldo Pereira - Cabritada Mal Sucedida João Gilberto - Bim Bom Luiz Bonfá - Manhã De Carnaval Stan Getz & Joao Gilberto - The Girl From Ipanema Bola Sete And His New Brazillian Trio - Soul Samba Jorge Ben - Más Que Nada Jorge Ben - Rosa Más Que Nada Books: Bryan McCann - Hello, Hello Brazil: Popular Music in the Making of Modern Brazil Gilberto Freyre - The Masters and the Slaves
Divorced. Beheaded. Died. Divorced. Beheaded. Survived. Tonight, they are… live! Welcome to the show, to the historemix as we join the Ex-Wives for a very special performance at Hampton Court Palace of Six! Hot off a Tony's win, what will Danny make of this musical sensation? Will he have a Heart of Stone and say No Way? Or will he Get Down in delight as we rave at the Haus Of Holbein? LOL, say oh well and download now; just be careful you Don't Lose Ur Head! Music: Purple-Planet.com
Another downtime with the crew (or what's left of them). And with this episode, I'm happy to reintroduce Steven “bull” Ratcovich, who has been a guest GM with us before, but is now joining the crew as a member – an elven face who goes by the name Rocket.
@ShawnMagdaMusicTracklist: 1. Warp Speed - Dyro 2. Quantum For Love (HayaT x Mukonda x Erik Woll Mashup) - Martin Garrix & Brooks x Avicii 3. Hooked - Notion 4. Balenciaga - Cheat Codes 5. My Ex's Best Friend vs. Call Me Name (DJ Skillz x DJ EV Bootleg) - Machine Gun Kelly ft Black bear vs. Bancali ft Alexandra Mortensen 6. It's Tricky - Oomloud 7. Titanium (DJ Arman Aveiru ‘Savage' Edit) - David Guetta feat. Sia vs. Tiësto & Deorro 8. Hot Drum - JOYRYDE 9. Like A Prayer (Jean Philippe Edit) - Madonna x Clear Six x James Hype 10. Glamorous (DJ Grant ‘Move Your Body' Edit) - Fergie vs. Ownboss & Sevek 11. Beat Like This - Bleu Clair & Ootoro 12. I Know U - Dyro 13. ID - Shawn Magda 14. Dashstar* - Knock2 15. Power - Interupt 16. Melody vs Sexy Bitch (DJ Λllen Mashup) - Mike Williams vs. David Guetta 17. Summertime Sadness (Andrew Marks Limitless Edit) - Lana Del Rey vs. Martin Garrix & Mesto 18. Promiscuous (JORDAN & Watzgood Bootleg) - Nelly Furtado ft. Timbaland 19. UCLA (Shawn Magda's ‘I Was Made' Edit) - RL Grime vs. VINAI x Le Pedre 20. Bulletproof (Cheyenne Giles Remix) - La Roux 21. Simon Says (R3WIRE VIP) - Pharaohe Monch 22. Break Free (Zillionaire ‘Pjanoo' Edit) - Ariana Grande vs. Eric Prydz, James Black 23. Starships (DJ Harry Dunkley ‘Neon Boulevard' Blend) - Nicki Minaj vs. Redono & Adam Griffin 24. The Spins (Angelo The Kid ‘Closer' Edit) - Mac Miller x Sonny Fodera & Just Kiddin 25. Doses & Mimosas (Vintage Culture Zerky Remix) - Cherub 26. Bleeding Love (Cream & Gary W Grolden Pineapple Bootleg) - Jay Hardaway x Leona Lewis 27. Love Tonight vs Circles (Magz Remix) - Shouse vs Magz x Post Malone 28. California Girls (HMC 2022 Edit) - Katy Perry vs. Benny Blanco 29. Wake Me Up x Lunar x Without You (Shawn Magda Mashup) - Avicii x Aloe Blacc vs. Mike Williams x Mesto x Lucas & Steve 30. Sweet Paradise (Olive Oil Mashup) - Tiësto & Dyro vs. Calvin Harris ft. Florence Welch 31. Finally - Mr. Belt & Wezol 32. The Time x WOW (KNDR Edit) - The Black Eyed Pease Vs. Tiësto 33. Heat Waves (Kastra “No More” Edit) - Glass Animals, Sonny Fodera vs. Maximals 34. Lemonade (Zack Martino Remix) - Internet Money 35. What's Up (Olive Oil Remix) - 4 Non Blondes 36. All Night vs. The Calling (Mike Gloria Bootleg) - Icona Pop vs. Sebastian Ingrosso & Alesso 37. Alive (SQUARED 2021 Edit) - Krewella 38. abcdefu (Colin Jay Remix) - GAYLE 39. Somebody To Love (Voost Remix) - Basstrologe 40. Astronaut In The Ocean (Rivas ‘Let's Go' Edit) - Masked Wolf vs Calvin Harris vs C
The strange power of doing less is the focus of this conversation with the great Sonia O'Sullivan. A "down week" isn't just essential to big race preparation, it's the central pillar of any training plan. Sonia reveals her team captains for the "Irishman Running Abroad Half Marathon Challenge" and we hear the names of some of the individuals who have been called up to the squad. Together they will train under the watchful Strava eye of the former world champ in the hope of running their best in Larne on August 28th at the Antrim Coast Half Marathon. In the exclusive Patreon extended cut (available now via www.returnofthecraic.compatreon.com/irishmanabroad ) Sonia gives us her "Ranaldo Strides" workout, explains the benefits of being late for your Park Run and takes to her home county to shoutout some incredible performances in the rain at the Cork City Marathon. Don't forget the new fully "clickable" episode notes are attached to the episode on Patreon. They feature the bananas gym circuit courtesy to the Nike Union Athletic Club, a look at the phenomenon of aqua treadmills and celebs you didn't realise were runners. If you missed out on selection for the Half Marathon Challenge Squad don't worry. Members on Patreon can quietly train along from next week as Sonia provides a training plan in the notes suitable for each training capacity and fitness level. To grab an Irishman Running Abroad singlet for the runner in your life, click here: https://www.rwsports.ie/category/irishman-abroad-running-with-sonia-shop Joining our running club is easy on strava.com/clubs/irishmanrunningabroad. Hear about up-coming events, post your runs and maybe get a shoutout from Sonia. The Irishman Abroad Liveline is now open. You can now get in touch with us and feature on our shows by sending your WhatsApp voice note to 0044 7543 122 330. For updates on future episodes and live shows follow @jarlath on Twitter, visit www.jigser.com or email the show directly on email@example.com. Disclaimer: All materials contained within this podcast are copyright protected. Third party reuse and/or quotation in whole or in part is prohibited unless direct credit and/or hyperlink to the Irishman Abroad podcast is clearly and accurately provided.
On today's show: NBA Finals Game 1 including Steph's 1st quarter, Celtics 4th quarter tsunami, Al Horford, Jaylen Brown's excellence in the 4th quarter, Steve Kerr and Ime Udoka lineup decisions and more (7:25) + the weekend including The Memorial, Cubs/Cardinals, and a new movie that's out on Netflix (1:08:35). Watch LIVE at noon, weekdays on YouTube and the Grizzlies App: bit.ly/MemGrizzApp Watch today's full show at: youtube.com/grindcitymedia