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Best podcasts about Good Time Charlie

Latest podcast episodes about Good Time Charlie

Lost Discs Radio Show
LDRS 366 – The Summer of Its Parts

Lost Discs Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2021 60:35


Vinyl curios from: Rosebud, Lloyd Price,Good Time Charlie, Puppet,The Slades, The Fowls, The Love Generation, James Cotton,Jade Warrior & more!as broadcast live via 6160kc sw 6-5-21

How Much for a Sleeve?
Episode 16 - Good Time Charlie

How Much for a Sleeve?

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2021 97:47


We were honoured to chat to the godfather of black and grey, the one and only Good Time Charlie. We hear about his journey from tattooing in the back of his truck in Kansas in 1955, to his groundbreaking studio in east LA. Now settling into retirement and focusing on his Native American artefact collection, Charlie was an absolute joy to speak to, sit back and enjoy the tales! Find Charlie on Instagram at @gtc_tattooman Episode sponsored by Dan Self Made Tattoo Machines. Use 'sleeve10' at the checkout for 10% off - https://dsmtattoo.co.uk.

Toma uno
Toma Uno - De vuelta a la vida - 09/05/21

Toma uno

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2021 56:56


Después de un álbum tan intenso como fue Lamentations hace ya un año, American Aquarium, la banda de Raleigh, North Carolina, nos acaba de dar una sacudida vigorizante con su nueva propuesta, Slappers, Bangers & Certified Twangers, Vol. 1, que ha devuelto a la actualidad canciones de country de los 90 y nos ha permitido rememorar temas del calibre de "I Try To Think About Elvis" o "Down At The Twist And Shout" que cantaron Patty Loveless y Mary Chapin Carpenter, respectivamente. The Shootouts vienen de Ohio, adoran el honky-tonk y su segundo álbum, Bullseye, es una bocanada de aire fresco imprescindible en estos tiempos, como también lo son The Band Of Heathens, una de las formaciones más activas en estos tiempos de pandemia. El resultado de esa frenética actividad quedó muy resumido en un álbum como Stranger. John Hyatt y la Jerry Douglas Band han mezclado con maestría bluegrass, folk y country en un trabajo que han titulado Leftover Feelings. En “I’m In Asheville” tan solo han necesitado un lap steel, el violín y un contrabajo para provocar el ambiente necesario. En octubre el sello Oh Boy editará el álbum de homenaje a John Prine Broken Hearts & Dirty Windows Vol. 2 en el que interviene, entre otros, Sturgill Simpson con una versión mágica de “Paradise”, que ya podemos anticipar. Steve Forbert lanzaba en la pasada primavera Early Morning Rain, un álbum en el que también buceaba en canciones que están impresas en las páginas más brillantes de la historia de la Americana. Hace unos días ha remezclado su versión de "Good Time Charlie's Got The Blues" con John Sebastian añadiendo su armónica.  Ted Russell Kamp acaba de culminar Solitaire. Ha compuesto, interpretado y grabado las 14 canciones que lo conforman en el estudio de su casa, The Den, en Los Ángeles durante la cuarentena con la intención de mantenerse activo. “Lightning Strikes Twice” es el tema de bonificación del trabajo. Vincent Neil Emerson es un tejano de Fort Worth criado en el condado de Van Zandt por una madre soltera de ascendencia Choctaw-Apache que ha empezado a destacar con la ayuda de Colter Wall, con quien nos regaló el verano pasado este “Road Runner”. Ahora anticipa su tercer álbum, producido por Rodney Crowell, con "Learnin’ To Drown", que trata sobre el suicidio de su padre. Jason Boland aprovechó la pandemia para recrear algunas canciones que le animaron a pensar en una salida del oscuro túnel de la pandemia. “Back in the High Life” de Steve Winwood fue una de ellas junto a "The Times They Are-A Changin'" de Bob Dylan. Además, anuncia nuevo álbum con la producción de Shooter Jennings. Una gran noticia que nos ayuda a despedir el programa de hoy. Escuchar audio

The Paul Leslie Hour
#559 - Danny O'Keefe

The Paul Leslie Hour

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2021 36:23


#559 - Danny O'Keefe Danny O'Keefe is a special guest on The Paul Leslie Hour. It's what any songwriter dreams of. To write a standard. Danny O'Keefe is the original singer and songwriter of "Good Time Charlie's Got the Blues." His signature song, it has gone on to be recorded by everyone from Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson, Dwight Yoakam, Steve Forbert and instrumentalists like Chet Atkins and Earl Klugh. Danny O'Keefe has written a lot of songs and made some really great records. A much respected writer in music, he's shared co-writing credits with Bob Dylan, Vince Melamed and the late Tim Krekel to name a few. Some of his other songs were recorded by Jackson Browne, Glen Campbell, Judy Collins, Jimmy Buffett, Ben Harper, John Denver and others. In recent years, he wrote and recorded an album entitled "Looking Glass & The Dreamers," the result of years of deep, historical research on the Nez Perce tribe. Future projects related to this topic are in the works. Danny O'Keefe is one of a kind. Not many can say they share his distinctions and unique credits. It's a great pleasure to welcome him on The Paul Leslie Hour! The Paul Leslie Hour is a talk show dedicated to “Helping People Tell Their Stories.” Some of the most iconic people of all time drop in to chat. Frequent topics include Arts, Entertainment and Culture. This podcast is powered by Pinecast.

The Christian O’Connell Show
FULL: A Good Time Charlie

The Christian O’Connell Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2020 52:04


Three topic Wednesday Today as we ask for your stories of what is your Weakest Claim to Fame and Boy have you all met some celebrities! Bruce Lee, Nicole Kidman and Wrestle Mania anybody? These are Great! Enjoy

Rheumnow Podcast
RheumNow Podcast – Good Time Charlie…. (10.16.20)

Rheumnow Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2020 16:48


Dr Jack Cush sings the news and journal reports from the past week on RheumNow.com Discussions on H2H trial of UPA vs ABA in RA, DMARDs in localized scleroderma, VTE risk augmented by disease activity and more...

Boots & Saddle
Boots & Saddle | Episode 147: July 14, 2020

Boots & Saddle

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2020 120:00


BOOTS & SADDLE - July 14, 2020 1. Apartment No. 9 - Bobby Austin (Apartment No. 9 - 1967) 2. Tupelo County Jail - Webb Pierce (Single - 1958) 3. Call of the Wine - Landon Dodd (Call of the Wine - 2010) 4. If I Could Make You My Own - Dori Freeman (Letters Never Read - 2017) 5. Dave Dudley - Rattlesnake Milk (Rattlesnake Milk - 2020) 6. Freightliner Fever - Dave Dudley (Interstate Gold - 1980) 7. Link in the Chain - Skinny Dyck (Get To Know Lonesome - 2020) 8. True Love - Joshua Ray Walker (Glad You Made It - 2020) 9. You Say Adios - Frank Jacket (You Say Adios - 2020) 10. Make Something Outta Me - Jaime Wyatt (Neon Cross - 2020) 11. Ode to Billie Joe - Bobby Gentry (Ode to Billie Joe - 1967) 12. Valley Road - James McMurtry (Saint Mary of the Woods - 2002) 13. Fender Bender - The Divorcees (From Labour to Refreshment - 2016) 14. Good Times - Michaela Anne (Single - 2020) 15. It's Your Turn To Cry - Jake Blocker (It's Your Turn To Cry - 2019) 16. The Twenty-Fourth Hour - Ray Price (Night Life - 1963) 17. Is Anybody Going to San Antone? - Tanya Tucker (My Turn - 2009)  18. Good Time Charlie's - Del Reeves (Down At Good Time Charlie's - 1969) 19. So Long It's Been Good To Know You - Woody Guthrie (Dust Bowl Ballads) 20. There Goes My Heart Again - Holly Dunn (Holly Dunn - 1986) 21. Leave it to a Loser - Robbie Fulks (Georgia Hard - 2005) 22. Damn You - Sarah Shook & the Devil (Seven - 2013) 23. Heartbreaking Places in My Mind - The Boomswagglers (Hearbreaking Place in My Mind - 2020) 24. The Great Unknown - Kristina Murray (Single - 2020) 25. Run Horse Run - Charley Crockett (Welcome to Hard Times - 2020)  26. Oklahomans! - Corb Lund (Agricultural Tragic - 2020) 27. Goin' Far - Garrett T. Capps (Hope & Doubt & Freeway Birds - 2013) 28. Amigo's Guitar - Kitty Wells (Single - 1959) 29. You Win Again - Jeff Bradshaw & Dave Hamilton (Swingin' Country Dance Toons - 2003) 30. Loser's Game - Monday-Friday Idiot(s) (Who Done What Now? - 2019)

Liberty Never Sleeps
Those Lawless Democrats 09/22/20 Vol.9 #171

Liberty Never Sleeps

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2020 61:37


Those Lawless Democrats 09/22/20 Vol.9 #171*Back From the Doctors*Las Vegas Football*The Wet Bologna Bit*Democrats Stand for Lawlessness*Arrows in Our Quiver?*It's Total War?*What Can They Do?*Voting Tips From the Host*The Dying Wish Theory*About Conspiracy 'Theories'*The Facts*About Covid; It's not About Science*Hair Relief, not Covid Relief Show Video On: https://www.bitchute.com/video/zMKeIM9wKXZi/Books by host Thomas Purcell are available free on to Amazon Prime and Kindle subscribersThe money pledged thru Patreon.com will go toward show costs such as advertising, server time, and broadcasting equipment. If we can get enough listeners, we will expand the show to two hours and hire additional staff.To help our show out, please support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/LibertyNeverSleepsAll bumper music and sound clips are not owned by the show, are commentary, and of educational purposes, or de minimus effect, and not for monetary gain.Bumper and End Song:Louis Jordan - Choo choo ch'boogie- https://youtu.be/_A2pRVyBmOYDay by Day (From "Godspell")- https://youtu.be/zWAqW5D5kZoDanny O'keefe ~ Good Time Charlie's Got The Blues - https://youtu.be/-YP3pIPp8P8Bobbie Gentry- Ode To Billie Joe- https://youtu.be/cJZ_ViDADOEEnd Song-Star Wars - Duel Of The Fates (The Noisy Freaks & Dead C∆T Bounce remix)-https://youtu.be/uqXeLtQmMuUNo copyright is claimed in any use of such materials and to the extent that material may appear to be infringed, I assert that such alleged infringement is permissible under fair use principles in U.S. copyright laws. If you believe material has been used in an unauthorized manner, please contact the poster.

Liberty Never Sleeps
Those Lawless Democrats 09/22/20 Vol.9 #171

Liberty Never Sleeps

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2020 61:37


Those Lawless Democrats 09/22/20 Vol.9 #171*Back From the Doctors*Las Vegas Football*The Wet Bologna Bit*Democrats Stand for Lawlessness*Arrows in Our Quiver?*It's Total War?*What Can They Do?*Voting Tips From the Host*The Dying Wish Theory*About Conspiracy 'Theories'*The Facts*About Covid; It's not About Science*Hair Relief, not Covid Relief Show Video On: https://www.bitchute.com/video/zMKeIM9wKXZi/Books by host Thomas Purcell are available free on to Amazon Prime and Kindle subscribersThe money pledged thru Patreon.com will go toward show costs such as advertising, server time, and broadcasting equipment. If we can get enough listeners, we will expand the show to two hours and hire additional staff.To help our show out, please support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/LibertyNeverSleepsAll bumper music and sound clips are not owned by the show, are commentary, and of educational purposes, or de minimus effect, and not for monetary gain.Bumper and End Song:Louis Jordan - Choo choo ch'boogie- https://youtu.be/_A2pRVyBmOYDay by Day (From "Godspell")- https://youtu.be/zWAqW5D5kZoDanny O'keefe ~ Good Time Charlie's Got The Blues - https://youtu.be/-YP3pIPp8P8Bobbie Gentry- Ode To Billie Joe- https://youtu.be/cJZ_ViDADOEEnd Song-Star Wars - Duel Of The Fates (The Noisy Freaks & Dead C∆T Bounce remix)-https://youtu.be/uqXeLtQmMuUNo copyright is claimed in any use of such materials and to the extent that material may appear to be infringed, I assert that such alleged infringement is permissible under fair use principles in U.S. copyright laws. If you believe material has been used in an unauthorized manner, please contact the poster.

CLAVE DE ROCK
CLAVE DE ROCK T02 (28/06/2020)

CLAVE DE ROCK

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2020 56:55


... el chico sureño de Macon, Georgia. Nick Lowe y Paul Carrack (con el titán del dieselbilly Bill Kirchen a la guitarra) cantan (qué bien cantan) una preciosa canción de Merle Haggard. Las bandas de Mitch Dean, desde Melbourne, o de los O'Leary, desde Northampton (UK) nos hablan de los secretos del agua (de esto sabemos o creemos que sabemos un montón aquí en el sureste), antes de que Bill Kirchen nos hable de su vida de “paleto” al volante de su camión de 18 ruedas: trabajo duro, soledad y añoranza del hogar. Menos mal que ha vuelto Steve Forbert con un disco de sencillas versiones, escuchamos el éxito de Danny O'Keefe de 1971, “Charlie El Contento Está Triste” y la lluvia temprana por la mañana de Peter, Paul & Mary. Terminamos con cinco piezas de blues actual, la gran Ruthie Foster en directo con una Big Band, un par de maravillas de Dave Porter (neosoul de Virginia), el amor sublime de los Roomful of Blues y el guitarrista Rockin' Johnny acompañado por el armonicista español Quique Gómez, explorando el blues de Chicago. Claramente, estamos perdidos sin la música. 28 de junio de 2020 1. Blackberry Smoke, Take The Highway2. Mitch Dean, In The Stream3. Don't Drink The Water, Sally's Got A Secret4. Bill Kirchen (w Nick Lowe y Paul Carrack), Shelly's Winter Love5. Bill Kirchen, Hillbilly Truck Driving Man6. Blackberry Smoke, Southern child7. Steve Forbert, Good Time Charlie's Got The Blues8. Steve Forbert, Early Morning Rain.9. Dave Porter, Everything Is Gonna Be Alright10. Ruthie Foster, Singing The Blues11. Roomful Of Blues, We'd Have A Love Sublime12. Rockin' Johnny & Quique Gomez, Everybody Loves My Baby13. Dave Porter, I Am Lost Without You

Toma uno
Toma uno - Sin gloria en el Oeste - 07/06/20

Toma uno

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2020 59:02


Hoy el comienzo del tiempo de TOMA UNO nos reencuentra con la herencia de los pioneros de la Cosmic American Music con la brisa californiana que nos regala una banda debutante como The Sunset Canyoneers con su álbum High In The Sky, al que da nombre esta canción de espíritu libre. El salón de la casa del bajista del grupo, William Duke, situado en Oakdale, la llamada capital del mundo de los cowboys, fue el lugar propicio para desplegar un sentimiento de libertad que hemos visto crecer en nosotros en estas semanas. Caleb Caudle es un fiel seguidor de las apagadas fórmulas sonoras de músicos como J.J.Cale, uno de sus referentes junto a Leon Russell o Lowell George de Little Feat. Le pega mucho a un artista que proviene de Carolina del Norte y conoce bien el espíritu de los Apalaches. Para conformar su álbum Better Hurry Up, el octavo de su andadura, se trasladó a la mítica Cash Cabin de Old Hickory Lake en Hendersonville, durante tres días, tras mudarse a Nashville el pasado año. El resultado es un disco que raya la perfección, homogéneo y de tintes oscuros con 11 canciones que Caudle ha compuesto en solitario, excepto “Regular Riot”, escrita con Natalie Hemby de The Highwomen y en el que aparece como invitado Gary Louris de los Jayhawks. Dion forma parte de diferentes estratos de la historia de la música desde que le conocimos como Dion DiMucci al frente de los Belmonts, como uno de los máximos representantes de aquellos grupos vocales conocidos como “street corner héroes” de Nueva York. Su carrera en solitario partió del doo-wop y continuó por sendas más trascendentes que le han convertido en un artista atemporal, aunque lleve seis décadas en la carretera. Ahora ha publicado un álbum con el explícito título de Blues with Friends, lleno de invitados del renombre de Van Morrison, John Hammond, Billy Gibbons, Jeff Beck, Paul Simon, Joe Bonamassa, Brian Setzer, Steve Van Zandt, Bruce Springsteen o Patti Scialfa, entre otros. Incluso Bob Dylan ha escrito el texto de un álbum en el que el veterano artista del Bronx toma el protagonismo en cada canción con la vitalidad y la brillantez del pasado. Dion ha colocado a Springsteen en la guitarra y a su mujer, Patti, en los coros vocales para “Hymn To Him”, uno de los momentos más entrañables y el cierre perfecto del registro. El pasado jueves se cumplió un año de la primera visita a nuestro país de Steve Forbert, que ahora con su más reciente álbum, Early Morning Rain, bucea en canciones que forman parte de la historia de la música de raíces norteamericanas. Entre ellas encontramos "Good Time Charlie's Got The Blues", grabada por su creador, Danny O’Keefe, allá por 1967, aunque este nativo de Spokane, en el estado de Washington, no la sacó a la luz hasta el 71 cuando publicó el primero de sus álbumes, realizando una nueva versión para el segundo. "Hay un millón de maneras de conocerte a ti mismo, yo todos deben encontrar la llave". Así canta en “This Thing Called Life” el cantautor australiano Wesley Dean, anticipando un nuevo álbum y explorando los secretos que guardamos y las angustias que soportamos durante nuestras vidas. Se trata de una buena forma de identificarse con situaciones personales y sucesos a nivel global. Son los desafíos a los que nos enfrentamos cada día. El músico de Sidney suele mezcla de folk, country y rock para dar una visión propia del mundo referida a personas y lugares, como un alivio y una cierta válvula de escape. Orville Peck, vaquero enmascarado, tiene un nuevo EP, Show Pony, que es su primer lanzamiento desde que firmó con Columbia Records y la continuación de su álbum de debut del pasado año. Entre las seis canciones del proyecto, que se publica la próxima semana, se incluye un dúo con la canadiense Shania Twain y una versión a “Fancy”, la emblemática canción de Bobbie Gentry. Sin embargo, es en "No Glory in the West" donde este músico canadiense ha querido poner el foco, con un intento de poner en cuestión los ideales románticos de la vida solitaria de los cowboys. Aunque esta vez ha tomado el tono y las formas de un legendario artista también canadiense como Ian Tyson, seguimos sin saber exactamente si Orville Peck quiere ser Roy Orbison, Chris Isaak… o ambos a la vez. Las historias sobre rupturas son argumentos sólidos para hacer buenas canciones de country. Cuando se unen nueve de ellas en un álbum como Born On The Ground el resultado es un disco sólido tal y como nos ha regalado Emily Duff, con una mirada retrospectiva suavizada por una voz creíble a medio camino entre el country y el soul. Su tema central, “Born On The Ground”, tiene un toque amigable con reminiscencias de Bonnie Raitt, aunque Rosanne Cash es su debilidad. Emily Duff proviene de la escena neoyorquina. Sustituyó como vocalista de Gods And Monsters a Jeff Buckley y escuchar a Mavis Staples la ha inclinado a paisajes sonoros con tintes pantanosos, además de llevarla en su momento a Muscle Shoals. Esta vez se ha quedado en la Gran Manzana, pero su capacidad para filtrar un crisol de experiencias ha conformado un registro luminoso. Antes de ayer se cumplieron 45 años desde que Emmylou Harris publicara en single "If I Could Only Win Your Love", un tema de los Louvin Brothers que serviría de anticipo a su primer álbum en Reprise y el comienzo de una nueva etapa en su carrera. Reprise Records había establecido contactos con ella y encargó al canadiense Brian Ahern ‑el que sería su segundo marido‑ la producción de un disco titulado Pieces Of The Sky que vería la luz en aquel 1975. Este es un nuevo momento decisivo para su carrera. En él figuran muchas de sus canciones favoritas como "Coat Of Many Colors" de Dolly Parton, "The Bottle Let Me Down" de Merle Haggard, además de "If I Could Only Wind Your Love", una canción que el desaparecido Gram Parsons adoraba. Aquel Pieces Of The Sky era un trabajo elegante, que sirvió de continuación al trabajo que Emmylou y su mentor habían realizado juntos en G.P. y, sobre todo, en Grievous Angel. Ni podemos, ni queremos, despegarnos del álbum de debut de Tessy Lou Williams que con su nombre por título nos tiene cautivados desde su primera escucha con esa vuelta a las raíces y al espíritu que nunca debió perder la country music. Afincada en Nashville, Tessy Lou parece añorar los paisajes de su natal Montana y los sonidos aprendidos desde el ambiente familiar, habiéndose rodeado de músicos muy experimentados de Music City. “One More Night” expresa la batalla entre la cabeza y el corazón, en la que casi siempre sales perdiendo, pero necesitas casi con angustia una noche más. Esta vez es la soledad en la barra de un bar a última hora contado cómo podría hacerlo las mejores Lee Ann Womack o Alison Krauss. En estos tiempos complicados es bueno que regresen artistas como The Mammals con mensajes de aliento y esperanza. El colectivo que lideran Mike Merenda y Ruth Ungar, tienen su base en el área de Hudson Valley en Nueva York y desde su creación en 2001 estuvieron muy relacionados con la escena del folk de la zona, teniendo como mentores a piezas tan fundamentales del género como el desaparecido Pete Seeger o Arlo Guthrie. In 2008, The Mammals se tomaron un largo descanso para que la pareja realizara otras aventuras como Mike + Ruthy, pero en 2017 volvieron a reunirse como en el primitivo proyecto. Ahora la formación se ha elevado a nueve miembros para dar origen a Nonet, una especie de tapiz sonoro que permite muy diferentes perspectivas. La banda encarna esa amplia variedad de propuesta, todas ellas bajo el paraguas de la Americana, con unas armonías que a veces, como en “What It All Is”, con una oposición directa al militarismo y la ruina ecológica, trae ecos del binomio Buckingham-Nicks de los mejores Fleetwood Mac. Un salto a California nos encuentra con el folk-rock del trío Distant Cousins, cohesionados precisamente por lo heterogéneo de sus aportaciones y por la familiaridad con la que siempre se han relacionado. A comienzos de este 2020 se reunieron en los Boulevard Studios para grabar Here & Now, un álbum en vivo con una colección de selecciones acústicas de sus anteriores grabaciones. Ahí está “Angelina”, una canción que Distant Cousins habían creado hace dos años y que ahora suena a medio camino entre los Lumineers y los Avett Brothers. Es una visión muy personal de los fantasmas que surgen en soledad, cuando estás solo en una habitación de hotel en Nueva York. La etapa de aislamiento está sirviendo también para que algunos de los músicos más cercanos trabajen sobre nuevos proyectos. Ese es el caso de Los Widow Makers que están culminando la edición de un nuevo álbum grabado en directo hace un año en el Fernán Gómez de Madrid. Fue la realización de un proyecto que llevó al escenario de la sala Guirau a 20 músicos muy diversos pero fundidos en un objetivo común que había nacido tiempo antes en la cabeza y el corazón de Juan Carlos Esteban, el alma mater de la banda madrileña. El disco incluye 11 canciones, con algunas que formaron parte de sus cinco discos anteriores, nuevos temas y algunas versiones, filtradas por el rhythm and blues, el góspel y el swing sin perder su razón de ser original. Ahí está “Take Me Home, Country Roads”, que Los Widow Makers han hecho suya desde hace años y que John Denver compuso junto al matrimonio formado por Taffy Nivert y Bill Danoff en una velada nocturna y que incluyó hace 49 años en su álbum Poems, Prayers And Promises para hablar de West Virginia. Escuchar audio

The Paul Leslie Hour
#406 - Steve Forbert

The Paul Leslie Hour

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2020 47:59


406 - Steve Forbert Steve Forbert is one of the greats in American music. Acclaimed as a prolific songwriter, he is equally known for his singing. Bob Harris of BBC2 said of Forbert that he has "one of the most distinctive voices anywhere." His song "Romeo's Tune," from his second album was an international hit, but Steve Forbert has not stopped.He visited The Paul Leslie Hour to discuss his 21st studio album "Early Morning Rain" on Blue Rose Music. This time Forbert interpreted songs he didn't write. This album is a stunning collection of Steve's masterful interpretations of classic songs everything from a traditional song, to a Gordon Lightfoot classic, as well as songs from Elton John, Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen. The first single from the album is a cover of Danny O'Keefe's "Good Time Charlie's Got the Blues." In fact, Danny O'Keefe joined us in the middle of this interview to discuss the song and Steve's interpretation. Along with the interview some excerpts from the album are presented for your listening pleasure.

Toma uno
Toma uno - Juegos perversos - 12/04/20

Toma uno

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2020 59:09


Va a ser difícil recuperarnos de la pérdida de John Prine, a quien ayer dedicamos nuestro programa. Su muerte ha dejado huérfana a la comunidad de la Americana music. No hace mucho, Jason Isbell realizaba esta interpretación acústica de "Hello in There", una canción perteneciente al disco de debut del mítico artista de Illinois allá por 1971. Esa canción surgió a partir de “Across The Universe” de John Lennon y se convirtió en una reflexión conmovedora sobre el envejecimiento. La versión de Jason isbell ha formado parte del recopilatorio Music Moments de la Asociación del Alzheimer, un proyecto en el que los artistas abordan canciones que aprecian a nivel emocional. Old Crow Medicine Show ha querido enviar un mensaje positivo con una nueva canción, "Nashville Rising", compuesta por su líder Ketch Secor poco después del tornado que devastó la capital de Tennessee el pasado 3 de marzo. Poco antes de que las medidas para combatir el coronavirus lo impidieran, el grupo se reunió con invitados tan especiales como Molly Tuttle, Shelly Colvin y Skylar Wilson, en el estudio que el grupo tiene en East Nashville para grabar todos juntos "Nashville Rising", cuyos ingresos serán donados al Fondo de Respuesta a Emergencias de la Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. El nuevo álbum de Ashley McBryde, Never Will, supone el cuarto de la carrera de esta nativa de Waldron, Arkansas, que tras autoeditarse un álbum de debut en 2007 se trasladó a Nashville para buscar su lugar en la escena de la Country music. Tras una segundo álbum, fue una canción como "A Little Dive Bar in Dahlonega" la que llamó la atención de todos nosotros hace tres años y nos hizo profundizar en sus composiciones. El productor Jay Joyce se puso a su lado y un trabajo como Going Going Nowhere la hizo despegar definitivamente. Después de una curiosa serie de singles y vídeos que anticiparon su nuevo registro, “Velvet Red” se convierte en su tema más enraizado. 25 Trips es el quinto álbum de Sierra Hull, una de las más sólidas representantes del bluegrass hecho por mujeres y una de las mandolinistas más consideradas del género. Esta jovencísima nativa de Byrdstown, en Tennessee, ha dado un paso más en su nueva grabación, incluyendo elementos a los que no había recurrido en sus grabaciones anteriores, como es la utilización de la batería y la electrificación de la guitarra y la mandolina. Eso supone un cierto toque aperturista dentro de un estilo no demasiado proclive precisamente a reflexionar en ese sentido. El disco vuelve a ser una delicia sonora a la que han sido invitados su propio marido, Justin Moses, junto a instrumentistas del prestigio de Stuart Duncan, Bryan Sutton y Viktor Krauss que en temas como “Poison”, compuesto junto a la virginiana Laura Leigh Jones, recuperan la frescura y naturalidad de tocar en vivo con una sincronización perfecta. También hemos viajado hasta Montana, donde se crió Tessy Lou Williams rodeada de un ambiente musical que comenzó en la banda familar, Montana Rose, que iniciaron sus padres. Esas son las raíces que la llevaron a Austin y posteriormente a Nashville, donde ahora publicará su disco de debut, de título homónimo, marcado por la tradición y con el apoyo de Ashley Campbell, Brennen Leigh, Carl Jackson, Larry Cordle, Jon Randall y algunos otros. "Mountain Time in Memphis", es una canción que describe a la perfección la situación de una mujer con una nueva vida en Tennessee pero que dejó el amor en Montana. En la composición ha intervenido Jerry Salley, su primer contacto en Music City y con quién empezó a escribir canciones. Frente a la imagen poco real que suele dibujar la industria de Nashville, cada vez encontramos más “forajidas” que contraponer su respeto y cariño por la tradición musical. Este es el caso de Jess Jocoy, que acaba de lanzar su primer álbum, Such A Long Way, como continuación de su debut de 2018 con el EP New Heart/Old Soul. La artista del sur de Seattle, en el estado de Washington, llegó a Nashville para convertir su esperanza de compartir sus experiencias y su propia visión de la realidad y así lo manifiesta en canciones como "The Ballad of Two Lovers", que trata sobre cuando a una relación de tiempo le quitas el romanticismo de estar enamorado. Es una especie de conmovedor homenaje a la disfunción del amor, y muestra que se puede salir de una situación tan triste. Eilen Jewell es una mujer inquieta a la que un periodo de cuarentena no la la detiene, de tal forma que ha recuperado uno de los grandes clásicos de la country music como “A Satisfied Man” para sacarlo a la luz aprovechando estas fechas de Pascua. Eilen solía tocarla con su grupo The Sacred Shakers, su grupo de góspel, aunque no es un tema religioso. La grabó en el Audio Lab de Garden City, en Idaho, con los otros tres miembros de su banda, su marido Jason Beek, Matt Murphy y Jerry Miller. Red Hays, que había compuesto “A Satisfied Man” junto a Jack Rhodes, la grabó por primera vez en 1954. Al año siguiente, Porter Wagoner la llevó al No. 1 de las listas de country y los Byrds la versionaron magistralmente en su segundo álbum Turn, Turn, Turn de 1965. 2020 es año bisiesto y se está haciendo notar en su aspecto más negativo. A la trágica pandemia se ha unido la muerte de otros músicos por diferentes causas, como ha sido el caso de Bill Withers, que moría por problemas cardíacos el pasado día 30 de marzo. Joan Osborne, una cantautora que nunca ha dejado de sorprendernos dando clases magistrales de cómo interpretar temas de cualquier estilo musical, desde el country al rhythm and blues. La artista, originaria de Anchorage, un suburbio de Louisville, en Kentucky, se marchó a Nueva York en los 80 y desde entonces ha venido desarrollando una actividad musical encomiable. Breakfast In Bed fue su trabajo de hace 13 años, donde repasaba algunos de los mayores éxitos del rhythm and blue en los últimos 60 y primeros 70. Ese es el caso de “Ain’t No Sunshine”, la canción más popular para Bill Withers, que la incluyó en Just As I Am, su álbum de debut en 1971. Se trata de una canción de desamor atemporal, en la que se canta a un mundo desprovisto de amor y de luz. Y todo en escasamente tres minutos. Una obra maestra. Bill Whiters nos dejó impecables muestras de su poderío como compositor e intérprete en sus años de carrera. Ahí está, por ejemplo, “Lean On Me”, un majestuoso apunte de nostalgia de ese músico, ahora desaparecido, procedente de la zona minera de West Virginia que en 1972 alcanzaba la cima de las listas de soul y pop en Estados Unidos en la voz de su propio compositor. Por otro lado, Eric Bibb es un neoyorquino cuya familia tiene puntos de encuentro con el Modern Jazz Quartet, Pete Seeger, Odetta o Paul Robeson, y que posee la rara habilidad de fusionar el blues tradicional con sonidos más contemporáneos gracias a una extraordinaria versatilidad. Junto a Maria Muldaur y Rory Block nos dejó esta versión impagable de aquel clásico de hace más de cuatro décadas que ahora vuelve a estar más presente que nunca. “Lean On Me” (Apóyate en mí) fue el primer single del segundo álbum de Bill Withers, Still Bill, en 1972, pero la inspiración vino de muchos años antes. Fue la camaradería de su ciudad natal, una comunidad minera de carbón en West Virginia, la que le llevó a componerla sentado al piano en Los Ángeles, a más de 2.500 millas de distancia. Early Morning Rain supondrá el primero de mayo el más reciente trabajo de Steve Forbert, un álbum que también bucea en canciones que están escritas en las páginas más brillantes de la historia de la música popular de raíces norteamericanas. Es un reconocimiento entrañable y formal a lo que representan por sí mismas 11 de sus canciones favoritas de las que tan solo una está compuesta después de 1973. Entre las seleccionadas está "Good Time Charlie's Got The Blues", que fue grabada por primera vez en 1967 por su creador, Danny O’Keefe, un cantante y compositor de Spokane, en el estado de Washington, que no la sacó a la luz hasta 1971 cuando publicó el primero de sus álbumes y que volvió a grabar para el segundo. Ha tenido infinidad de lecturas posteriores y entre las más cercanas en el tiempo recordamos las de Charley Crockett en 2018 y Ronnie Dunn en este mismo año. Midland concluyó su Electric Rodeo Tour en la primavera del pasado año con una sonada actuación en el Ryman Auditorium. El trío tejano de Dripping Springs estaba probando las canciones de su último álbum de estudio, Let It Roll, que publicaría en verano, y al que ha continuado una grabación en directo realizada en el legendario The Palomino de Los Angeles a comienzos de este año. Desde sus inicios, Midland procuraron equilibrar su devoción por las inclinaciones más neo-tradicionalistas del George Strait de los 80 con la riqueza armónica de de la dorada California de la década anterior que entronizó a los Eagles. La banda alterna sus canciones más reconocidas con algunas versiones que abarcan una extensa gama de posibilidades y que permiten escuchar canciones de John Denver, ZZ Top, Allman Brothers o Tom Petty. Incluso tuvieron tiempo de entrar en el estudio para grabar una sesión exclusiva para Amazon que dejó esta revisión de “Wicked Game”, que Chris Isaak, que subió al escenario con ellos en una de sus presentaciones en suelo californiano, firmó para su álbum de 1989 Heart Shaped World, convirtiéndose en un éxito absoluto cuando formó parte de la banda sonora de la película de David Lynch Wild at Heart –Corazón salvaje- al año siguiente. Escuchar audio

Get Wid The Times Podcast
Season 1, Episode 7 (Good Time Charlie)

Get Wid The Times Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 6, 2020 95:27


Having a good time with our special guest named Charlie. For the viewers Charlie does have his vocal chords removed; just for the heads up. Hope you guys enjoy the show.

SVPod
Good Time Charlie

SVPod

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2020 54:45


SVP & Stanford Steve are joined by former Maryland Assistant Coach Jimmy Patsos as they talk about Maryland's National Championship in 2002, scouting Paul Pierce, his game plan against Steph Curry, gambling, trips to France and more. Plus, Scott on the Spot including how many times SVP said "Let's Go" at GameDay on Saturday.

If That Ain't Country
Merlin Gene - People, Places & Things

If That Ain't Country

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 20, 2020 156:54


In this week's episode, we're featuring a 2018 album for RFD-TV personality Merlin Gene, "People, Places & Things". With the first season of the popular Hee Haw-style variety program "The Merlin Gene Show" well underway at the time of recording, Merlin Gene's star was on the rise. Combining an effortless vocal and an excellent sense of humour with a deep reverence for country music's heritage, "People, Places & Things" strikes an excellent balance between originality and tradition. With the twangy bark of a Bakersfield telecaster from the legendary Eugene Moles and steel from Hall Of Famer Doug Jernigan, Merlin Gene sparkles on stage in Manuel-tailored rhinestone suits a la Ray Price, Porter Wagoner and Little Jimmy Dickens. And the music reflects those classic country influences - with a definite Del Reeves connection, Merlin Gene covers Jerry Chesnut's "Good Time Charlie's" and "Looking At The World Through A Windshield". The Kentuckian powers his way through some excellent country drinking tunes on "Voyage To The Bottom Of The Glass" and "I Think I'll Give Drinkin' Another Try" - the latter of which deservingly racked up a stack of streams in it's first months after release. Get you some Merlin Gene.

Hustlers 2 Housewives
Pilot-Episode 1/Guest Line Up

Hustlers 2 Housewives

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2020 64:59


Leigh Ann and Karmen Kennedy introduce themselves and talk about their guests, how they know them, and what to expect while listening.Each episode expect 'no way to make this up' stories. In all episodes LA and KK name people who really are down and dirty hustlers and who became a housewife. Their guest line up this month includes the most beautiful and popular asian porn sensation, Teanna Kai. Hustler's, Barely Legal favorite Blair Segal. Rent boy.com's Good Time Charlie. Foot fetish movie producer, TW. And Latin gay porn star Sebastian Rio. He comes with a long list of awards, including porn star of the year for consecutive years in a row, and counting. Other call or pop in guests will be added as well. Support the show (http://www.onlyfans.com/msksteele811)

Cheap Pops Radio
Cheap Pops - Behind The Wrestling - Rumble In The Garden

Cheap Pops Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 6, 2020 65:11


The $20 Man goes behind the scenes in this revealing documentary on "Rumble in the Garden" featuring an in depth interview with El Silencio.  El Silencio confronts the $20 Man and Baby Yoda. Edson gets force choked.  Thomas reaches out to Good Time Charlie for some blue chew! Sponsored by JMT Shirts and Cartoon U.  Episode contains graphic language.  Featuring Music By Eminem  The Black Kids  Kaan REM   Guest Stars  Baby Yoda GoodTime Charlie  #CheapPops #RumbleInTheGarden #BehindTheWrestling #ElSilencio #Music #Comedy #Wrestling  

MANCHILDMEDIA PODCAST
MANCHILDMEDIA PODCAST | EPISODE 9 Good Time Charlie Charters

MANCHILDMEDIA PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2019 70:31


Motorcycle Madhouse Radio Podcast
Season 2 Episode 8 Special Guests "Teach" and Good Time Charlie. We also talk about the Confederation of Clubs

Motorcycle Madhouse Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2019 65:59


On this episode of Motorcycle Madhouse we have 2 special guests. Teach who wrote the book "It will get tough- Cops and Bikers" and BIC Radio Creator Good Time Charlie. This episode will explore biker rights as well as a spirited final thoughts by Hollywood on the Confederation of Clubs. The COC has become a favorite target of 1%er critics not only in Law Enforcement but also people who pretend to know the biker scene. You've all heard the saying "The COC controls which clubs are granted patch status." Or the "COC is the ultimate criminal enterprise." These sayings by people who've never once stepped into a confederation of clubs meeting or have no basic idea of what the Confederation of Clubs is really about. 2019 is the year bikers fight back on discrimination and Insane Throttle/Motorcycle Madhouse will be there to expose these hypocrites and get the correct information out to the general biking public. To Order one of my books click one of the links below. Available in Kindle and paperback. New Age Kindle https://amzn.to/2Dw2z99 New Age Paperback https://amzn.to/2DeAO4g Iron Order Motorcycle Club. https://amzn.to/2Dfreim Kindle --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/motorcyclemadhouse/message

Steve Wright’s Big Guests
Angela Scanlon and Danny Baker

Steve Wright’s Big Guests

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2019 16:25


Angela's hosting Your Home Made Perfect & Danny's on his Good Time Charlie’s Back! tour.

Big Red Louie Podcast
Episode 1.1: Pizza Cast - Big Red Louie takes flight with special guests

Big Red Louie Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2019 64:50


Hosts Jacob Lane & Presley Meyer are joined by Big Red Louie team members Ethan Sprowles, Ross Prophater, and everyone's favorite Twitterer, Good Time Charlie. Pizza rolls will be eaten, and Dean James will be named.

Motorcycle Madhouse Radio Podcast
Good Time Charlie and Mr. Lucky from BIC stop by and the Interview with Dodge County Sheriff on AOA

Motorcycle Madhouse Radio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2018 78:08


On this weeks episode Good Time Charlie and Mr. Lucky stop by the Motorcycle Madhouse to discuss their new movie Rebel on The Highway. A movie for bikers by bikers. One that was not supported by Hollywood but by us in the Biker Scene. Also we have the interview with the Dodge County Sheriff regarding what happened on Feb 16th of this year involving the controversy with the Outlaws MC putting a clubhouse in Lomira. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/motorcyclemadhouse/message

On Target
On Target: It's What's In The Grooves That Count #152

On Target

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2017 58:31


Merry X-Mas to all my Gentile and Secular listeners and friends. This episode (I believe) drops on X-Mas Eve so in lieu of a gift under the tree on this night of nights we offer this, the last On Target of 2017. An hour of music to, perhaps, be the audio backdrop as you open presents (although these songs have nothing to do with the season whatsoever)? There will not be a new episode until January 13th so please accept this humble offering for now and have a wonderful X-Mas and an explosive New Year. Be seeing you... in 2018. Please like the Facebook page here: facebook.com/ontargetpodcast/ ------------------------------------------------- The Playlist Is: "Music" Jeanette White - A&M "Just A Little Bit" Roy Head - Scepter "T.C.B. Or T.Y.A." Bobby Patterson - Jetstar "Cheri-O" Bert Hunter - Elf "Do The Thing" Lou Courtney - Riverside "Heaven Must Have Sent You" Continental 4 - Jay-Walking "Dancing Frog" Wynder K. Frog - United Artists "Road Runner" The Gants - Liberty "Liza Jane" Davy Jones & The King Bees - Decca "I Am Searching" Lou Lawton - Capitol "Me And You" Peaches & Herb - Date "Getting Mighty Crowded" Betty Everett - President "Whip it on Me" Jessie Hill - Minit "Good Time Charlie" Bobby Bland - Duke "Talk To Me Baby (Put Some Sugar In My Ear)" Joe Haywood - Enjoy "This Must Be The Place" The Chicago Loop - Dynovoice "A Legal Matter" The Litter - Scotty "Whatcha Gonna Do About It?" The Litter - Warick "I Gotta Come Back" Little Frankie Lee - Peacock "I Don't Want To Lose Your Love" Billy Woods - Verve "Comin Home Baby" The Ernie Freeman Combo - Liberty "Dreaming Room" Don Fardon - GNP Crescendo

Your Creative Push
268: Always fight, work hard and PUSH FORWARD (w/ Freddy Negrete)

Your Creative Push

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2017 46:27


Legendary tattoo artist Freddy Negrete is best known for pioneering the black-and-gray tattoo style, honed while serving time in a series of correctional facilities during a youth mired in abuse, gang life, and drug addiction. Freddy was honored with the Tattoo Artist of the Year Award in 1980 and a Lifetime Achievement Award by the Body Art Expo in 2007 and his new book, Smile Now, Cry Later recounts his story. Full shownotes: http://yourcreativepush.com/freddynegrete In this episode, Freddy discusses: -How he was a “troubled youth” and involved in gangs and incarceration. -How the Chicano subculture influenced him from a young age. -His experience at Youth Authority and then at Tamarack. -Working with Good Time Charlie, Jack Rudy, and Ed Hardy and how they influenced his mindset and his art. -How he approached his tattooing career after incarceration. -The experience of winning the Tattoo Artist of the Year Award in 1980. -The mindset of trying to get better with every single piece you create. -Some of the harder times that he went through and learning from the mistakes that he made. -Coming back to the tattoo scene with a new focus. -His renewed commitment to be teachable in all the things that he had missed out on. -How rehab changed his life. -The way in which meditation helped him to maintain focus with his art. -The experience of meeting Steve Jones and writing his new book, Smile Now, Cry Later. Freddy's Final Push will inspire you to push past your obstacles… they are supposed to be there!   Quotes: “Ed Hardy’s objective, which became our objective, was to get the world to see that tattooing was a form of art.” “I came back with this new focus, and I realized that things had really changed.” “That was the commitment that I made.  To be teachable.” “It’s almost like a new beginning for me.” “Nothing comes easy.  Everything requires hard work and determination.” “Always fight.  Always work hard.  And always push forward.” Links mentioned: Smile Now, Cry Later; guns, Gangs, and Tattoos - My Life in Black and Gray by Freddy Negrete and Steve Jones Connect with Freddy: Website / Instagram On the next episode: Shayla Maddox : Website / Instagram / Patreon Join the discussion in the Facebook group!

CooperTalk
Freddy Negrete - Episode 659

CooperTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2017 58:04


Steve Cooper talks with tattoo artist Freddy Negrete. Freddy is known as one of the fathers of the Chicano style black and gray fineline tattooing. A Southern California resident, he got into tattooing at an early age while incarcerated. He ended up working alongside Jack Rudy (best known for inventing the single needle for the professional tattoo gun) at Good Time Charlie's. He has worked on feature films and has been consulted on a number of projects about tattoo culture and his autobiography Smile Now, Cry Later: Guns, Gangs and Tattoos-My Life in Black and Gray was recently released.

Coming Up for Air - Families Speak to Families about Addiction
PODCAST #18 Good-time Charlies: A Conversation on Addiction, Shame & Recovery with Rob Koebel

Coming Up for Air - Families Speak to Families about Addiction

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 16, 2017 57:10


On this week's Coming up for Air, Laurie and Annie welcome guest Rob Koebel to discuss his past experiences with alcoholism and where he is in his recovery today. Koebel is an award-winning journalist, actor, writer, host and voice-over artist. His journalism work has been recognized by Emmy awards, Associated Press and an Edward R Murrow award. After experiencing a very public embarrassment, Rob has been making the climb upward and onward to help others see what is behind the face of the "Good Time Charlie" drinkers and the effects they may have on their Loved Ones. Great episode for those who know and love or might be someone who is known as the life of the party! Allies in Recovery offers affordable memberships to our exclusive member-only website. On our site, you will learn the CRAFT method which is an alternative to the conventional "intervention" so often seen on TV, and which simply fails to motivate our addicted loved ones, most of the time. Visit alliesinrecovery.net/ for more information, to sign up for Module 1 for free, or to join today!

Euterpia Radio
Euterpia Radio 087

Euterpia Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2017 31:21


Quatre titres qui viennent du Bugcast, quatre titres qui viennent d'ailleurs : la 87ème édition d'Euterpia Radio est là !

Asher Brothers Podcast » NYPD Blue Balls

Air Date 5/3/94

Soapbox Darby
Ben (Rimply) Begley 111 Dumbed Down Atheist

Soapbox Darby

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2015 101:49


We say hello to the Real Ben Begley, a fan of the podcast. He says hello back....We wrestle with the shortcomings of Skype and in mud, jelly and baked beans..... And infrequently discuss the Ben Begley in IMDB.... Meet the bus driver who rivals Alan Turing (if Alan Turing had ever been a bus driver).His Blog about having 80 jobs in 35 years is here belowhttp://80jobs.blogspot.com.au/All The JobsAll 80 Jobs in Chronological Order (years are approximate) and location (names of some locations changed for confidentiality)19751. Chicken abuser, chicken ranch, O-Town (California)2. Weed puller, car dealership, O-Town19773. Moving a bookcase upstairs, law office, O-Town4. Moving stuff around, Montgomery Ward's, O-Town19785. Busboy, Yancy Derringer's, Juneau (Alaska)6. General laborer, building a back office, Juneau7. Dishwasher, Sally's Kitchen, Juneau19798. Working for my dad, West Sacramento (California)9. Jack in the Box, O-Town10. Community service, fish hatchery, O-Town11. Cleaning out old man's garage, O-Town12. Landscape maintenance, golf course, O-Town198013. Personal attendant, Sandy and Al, O-Town14. Sales associate, Home Improvement Store, Santa Barbara (California)15. Yard work, Al's old-lady friend, O-Town16. General labor, Sweem's Air-conditioning, O-Town17. Dishwasher, Joe's BBQ, College Town (California)18. Car Wash, College Town19. Cleaning out underneath a house, O-Town20. Janitor, 1st Congregational Church, O-Town198121. Picking and packing, Kiwi farm, College Town22. Unknown yard maintenance company, College Town23. Personal care, man with stroke, tiny town south of College Town24. Delivering coupon books (Karmann Ghia), College Town25. Bagging ground nut shells, nut company, College Town198226. Cleaning up warehouse near university, College Town27. Yard clean-up, day care center, College Town28. Janitor, dormitory, College Town198329. Janitor, stationery store, College Town30. Personal care, Good-Time Charlie's employer with MS, College Town31. Butt College work study, recycling center, Butt County (California)32. Butt College work study, moving rocks, Butt County198433. Dishwasher, (name withheld) bar/restaurant, College Town34. Bus driver, bankrupt contractor for transit authority, College Town198535. Yard/work site clean-up with Steve W., College Town36. Delivering coupon books (van), College Town37. Dishwasher, convalescent hospital, Seattle (Washington)38. Sales clerk, little bookstore, Seattle39. Setting up new B. Dalton's bookstore, Seattle40. Assembly, musical instrument case factory, Seattle41. Distributing door hangers, Seattle42. Unloading blueberries, Seattle43. Selling flowers on street corners, Seattle44. Driving in training, taxi company, Seattle198645. Private First Class, United States Army, Georgia/South Carolina46. Telemarketing, Seattle47. Assistant landscaper, Skip C., O-Town198748. Office Manager, Homeless-Mentally Ill Program, O-Town1987 – 198849. Clerk-Typist, Butt County Children's Services, O-Town198950. Self-employed gardener, O-Town51. Assistant landscaper, Kent R., O-Town199052. Line work, cannery, O-Town53. Program Assistant, United States Dept. of Agriculture, O-Town1991 – 199254. Program Assistant, United States Dept. of Agriculture, O-Town (again)1993 – 199555. Paratransit driver, predecessor of present company, O-Town56. Appliance delivery, Sears Hometown Store, O-Town1995 – 199657. Paratransit/bus driver, predecessor of present company (again), O-Town199658. Community service, Butt County mail room, O-Town199759. Driver, long haul trucking company, Modesto (California)60. Driver, unknown milk hauling company, Willows (California)61. Driver, long haul trucking company, Modesto (again)1997-199862. Driver, cab company, O-Town199863. Cement work for Becky R.'s step-dad, O-Town64. General labor, crop dusting company, another small town south of College Town1998 – 199965. Pizza cook/deliverer, O-Town (one of my favorite jobs)1999-200166. Instructional assistant, Butt College geography department, Butte County67. Geography tutor, Butt College, Butte County200268. Cashier, casino, O-Town69. GIS Technician, consulting company, College Town70. Clerk, 7-11 Store, O-Town71. Truck crew, Walmart, O-Town2002 – 200372. Temp at packaging company, O-Town (not a bad place to work, at least for a little while)2003 – 200573. Driver, Mortuary transportation company, O-Town (very interesting job)74. Funeral director, O-Town (also very interesting)200575. Driver in training, another long-haul trucking company, southern California2005 – 200676. Pole inspection foreman, Osmosis, California/Nevada (shudder, shudder, SHUDDER)2006 – 200977. Vendor, Home Depot, various stores, mostly in Butt County (probably my all-time favorite)201078. Intern, Geospatial Workforce Training Program, O-Town/College Town79. Pole inspector, different pole inspection company, northern California (shudder)2010 – PRESENT80. Bus driver, Butt County

Soapbox Darby
Ben (Rimply) Begley 111 Dumbed Down Atheist

Soapbox Darby

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2015 101:49


We say hello to the Real Ben Begley, a fan of the podcast. He says hello back....We wrestle with the shortcomings of Skype and in mud, jelly and baked beans..... And infrequently discuss the Ben Begley in IMDB.... Meet the bus driver who rivals Alan Turing (if Alan Turing had ever been a bus driver).His Blog about having 80 jobs in 35 years is here belowhttp://80jobs.blogspot.com.au/All The JobsAll 80 Jobs in Chronological Order (years are approximate) and location (names of some locations changed for confidentiality)19751. Chicken abuser, chicken ranch, O-Town (California)2. Weed puller, car dealership, O-Town19773. Moving a bookcase upstairs, law office, O-Town4. Moving stuff around, Montgomery Ward's, O-Town19785. Busboy, Yancy Derringer's, Juneau (Alaska)6. General laborer, building a back office, Juneau7. Dishwasher, Sally's Kitchen, Juneau19798. Working for my dad, West Sacramento (California)9. Jack in the Box, O-Town10. Community service, fish hatchery, O-Town11. Cleaning out old man's garage, O-Town12. Landscape maintenance, golf course, O-Town198013. Personal attendant, Sandy and Al, O-Town14. Sales associate, Home Improvement Store, Santa Barbara (California)15. Yard work, Al's old-lady friend, O-Town16. General labor, Sweem's Air-conditioning, O-Town17. Dishwasher, Joe's BBQ, College Town (California)18. Car Wash, College Town19. Cleaning out underneath a house, O-Town20. Janitor, 1st Congregational Church, O-Town198121. Picking and packing, Kiwi farm, College Town22. Unknown yard maintenance company, College Town23. Personal care, man with stroke, tiny town south of College Town24. Delivering coupon books (Karmann Ghia), College Town25. Bagging ground nut shells, nut company, College Town198226. Cleaning up warehouse near university, College Town27. Yard clean-up, day care center, College Town28. Janitor, dormitory, College Town198329. Janitor, stationery store, College Town30. Personal care, Good-Time Charlie's employer with MS, College Town31. Butt College work study, recycling center, Butt County (California)32. Butt College work study, moving rocks, Butt County198433. Dishwasher, (name withheld) bar/restaurant, College Town34. Bus driver, bankrupt contractor for transit authority, College Town198535. Yard/work site clean-up with Steve W., College Town36. Delivering coupon books (van), College Town37. Dishwasher, convalescent hospital, Seattle (Washington)38. Sales clerk, little bookstore, Seattle39. Setting up new B. Dalton's bookstore, Seattle40. Assembly, musical instrument case factory, Seattle41. Distributing door hangers, Seattle42. Unloading blueberries, Seattle43. Selling flowers on street corners, Seattle44. Driving in training, taxi company, Seattle198645. Private First Class, United States Army, Georgia/South Carolina46. Telemarketing, Seattle47. Assistant landscaper, Skip C., O-Town198748. Office Manager, Homeless-Mentally Ill Program, O-Town1987 – 198849. Clerk-Typist, Butt County Children's Services, O-Town198950. Self-employed gardener, O-Town51. Assistant landscaper, Kent R., O-Town199052. Line work, cannery, O-Town53. Program Assistant, United States Dept. of Agriculture, O-Town1991 – 199254. Program Assistant, United States Dept. of Agriculture, O-Town (again)1993 – 199555. Paratransit driver, predecessor of present company, O-Town56. Appliance delivery, Sears Hometown Store, O-Town1995 – 199657. Paratransit/bus driver, predecessor of present company (again), O-Town199658. Community service, Butt County mail room, O-Town199759. Driver, long haul trucking company, Modesto (California)60. Driver, unknown milk hauling company, Willows (California)61. Driver, long haul trucking company, Modesto (again)1997-199862. Driver, cab company, O-Town199863. Cement work for Becky R.'s step-dad, O-Town64. General labor, crop dusting company, another small town south of College Town1998 – 199965. Pizza cook/deliverer, O-Town (one of my favorite jobs)1999-200166. Instructional assistant, Butt College geography department, Butte County67. Geography tutor, Butt College, Butte County200268. Cashier, casino, O-Town69. GIS Technician, consulting company, College Town70. Clerk, 7-11 Store, O-Town71. Truck crew, Walmart, O-Town2002 – 200372. Temp at packaging company, O-Town (not a bad place to work, at least for a little while)2003 – 200573. Driver, Mortuary transportation company, O-Town (very interesting job)74. Funeral director, O-Town (also very interesting)200575. Driver in training, another long-haul trucking company, southern California2005 – 200676. Pole inspection foreman, Osmosis, California/Nevada (shudder, shudder, SHUDDER)2006 – 200977. Vendor, Home Depot, various stores, mostly in Butt County (probably my all-time favorite)201078. Intern, Geospatial Workforce Training Program, O-Town/College Town79. Pole inspector, different pole inspection company, northern California (shudder)2010 – PRESENT80. Bus driver, Butt County

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The Damon Runyon Theater - Leopard's Spots (05-01-49)

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Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2010 28:22


Damon Runyon Theater - Broadcast from January to December 1949, "The Damon Runyon Theatre" dramatized 52 of Runyon's short stories for radio. Damon Runyon (October 4, 1884 – December 10, 1946) was a newspaperman and writer. He was best known for his short stories celebrating the world of Broadway in New York City that grew out of the Prohibition era. He spun tales of gamblers, petty thieves, actors and gangsters; few of whom go by "square" names, preferring instead to be known as "Nathan Detroit", "Big Jule", "Harry the Horse", "Good Time Charlie", "Dave the Dude", and so on. These stories were written in a very distinctive vernacular style: a mixture of formal speech and colorful slang, almost always in present tense, and always devoid of contractions.THIS EPISODE:1948. Program #18. Mayfair syndication. "Leopard's Spots". Commercials added locally. Spider McCoy invites Broadway to travel to Philadelphia where Pigsfoot Grudy is going to fight Chester Nubs. Along comes a bad appendix and Caswell Fish, also known as "The Leopard Kid." Damon Runyon (author), Jeff Chandler, John Brown, Richard Sanville (director), Russell Hughes (adaptor), Vern Carstensen (production supervisor). 27:58.

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Damon Runyon Theater - Princess O'Hara (02-20-49)

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2009 29:35


Damon Runyon Theater - Broadcast from January to December 1949, "The Damon Runyon Theatre" dramatized 52 of Runyon's short stories for radio. Damon Runyon (October 4, 1884 – December 10, 1946) was a newspaperman and writer. He was best known for his short stories celebrating the world of Broadway in New York City that grew out of the Prohibition era. He spun tales of gamblers, petty thieves, actors and gangsters; few of whom go by "square" names, preferring instead to be known as "Nathan Detroit", "Big Jule", "Harry the Horse", "Good Time Charlie", "Dave the Dude", and so on. These stories were written in a very distinctive vernacular style: a mixture of formal speech and colorful slang, almost always in present tense, and always devoid of contractions.THIS EPISODE:1948. Program #8. Mayfair syndication. "Princess O'Hara". Commercials added locally. Broadway and his pals "borrow" a champion race horse to pull a hansom cab in order to help a doll in distress. The story was previously used in an audition recording. Damon Runyon (author), John Brown, Richard Sanville (director), Russell Hughes (adaptor), Vern Carstensen (production supervisor). 26:35.

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The Damon Runyon Theater - Double Feature "Earthquake" and "Blonde Mink"

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Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2009 61:48


Damon Runyon Theater - Broadcast from January to December 1949, "The Damon Runyon Theater" dramatized 52 of Runyon's short stories for radio. Damon Runyon (October 4, 1884 – December 10, 1946) was a newspaperman and writer. He was best known for his short stories celebrating the world of Broadway in New York City that grew out of the Prohibition era. He spun tales of gamblers, petty thieves, actors and gangsters; few of whom go by "square" names, preferring instead to be known as "Nathan Detroit", "Big Jule", "Harry the Horse", "Good Time Charlie", "Dave the Dude", and so on. These stories were written in a very distinctive vernacular style: a mixture of formal speech and colorful slang, almost always in present tense, and always devoid of contractions. TODAY'S DOUBLE FEATURE: 1948. Program #28. Mayfair syndication. "Earthquake". Commercials added locally. A cop trails a very strong killer all the way to South America, and then fails to return to the States with his prisoner! Damon Runyon (author), John Brown, Richard Sanville (director), Russell Hughes (adaptor), Vern Carstensen (production supervisor). 27:23. April 4, 1949. Program #17. Mayfair syndication. "Blonde Mink". Commercials added locally. Beatrice Jordan, the girlfriend of Slats Savin, wants a special kind of fur coat. When Slats dies, "Julie The Shtarker" finds out what kind of doll Beatrice really is. Damon Runyon (author), Jeff Chandler, John Brown, Richard Sanville (director), Russell Hughes (adaptor), Vern Carstensen (production supervisor). 27:37.

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The Damon Runyon Theater "The Big Umbrella" (7-03-49) - Boxcars711 Old Time Radio Pod

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Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2008 29:17


Damon Runyon Theater- Broadcast from January to December 1949, "The Damon Runyon Theater" dramatized 52 of Runyon's short stories for radio. Damon Runyon (October 4, 1884 â December 10, 1946) was a newspaperman and writer. He was best known for his short stories celebrating the world of Broadway in New York City that grew out of the Prohibition era. He spun tales of gamblers, petty thieves, actors and gangsters; few of whom go by "square" names, preferring instead to be known as "Nathan Detroit", "Big Jule", "Harry the Horse", "Good Time Charlie", "Dave the Dude", and so on. These stories were written in a very distinctive vernacular style: a mixture of formal speech and colorful slang, almost always in present tense, and always devoid of contractions.THIS EPISODE:1948. Program #27. Mayfair syndication. "The Big Umbrella". Commercials added locally. Not every heavyweight folds when the going gets rough. Damon Runyon (author), John Brown, Richard Sanville (director), Russell Hughes (writer), Vern Carstensen (production supervisor). 27:36.

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Damon Runyon Theater "Old Ens Kentucky Home" (4-17-49) - Boxcars711 Old Time Radio Pod

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Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2008 28:48


The Damon Runyon Theater dramatized 52 of Runyon's short stories for radio. Damon Runyon (October 4, 1884 â December 10, 1946) was a newspaperman and writer. He was best known for his short stories celebrating the world of Broadway in New York City that grew out of the Prohibition era. He spun tales of gamblers, petty thieves, actors and gangsters; few of whom go by "square" names, preferring instead to be known as "Nathan Detroit", "Big Jule", "Harry the Horse", "Good Time Charlie", "Dave the Dude", and so on. These stories were written in a very distinctive vernacular style: a mixture of formal speech and colorful slang, almost always in present tense, and always devoid of contractions.

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Boxcars711 Old Time Radio Pod - The Damon Runyon Theater "Dark Dolores" (11-27-49)

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2007 28:22


Damon Runyon Theatre - Broadcast from January to December 1949, "The Damon Runyon Theatre" dramatized 52 of Runyon's short stories for radio. Damon Runyon (October 4, 1884 â December 10, 1946) was a newspaperman and writer. He was best known for his short stories celebrating the world of Broadway in New York City that grew out of the Prohibition era. He spun tales of gamblers, petty thieves, actors and gangsters; few of whom go by "square" names, preferring instead to be known as "Nathan Detroit", "Big Jule", "Harry the Horse", "Good Time Charlie", "Dave the Dude", and so on. These stories were written in a very distinctive vernacular style: a mixture of formal speech and colorful slang, almost always in present tense, and always devoid of contractions.

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Boxcars711 Old Time Radio Pod - Damon Runyon Theater "The Bloodhounds Of Broadway" (7-17-49)

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Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2007 29:25


Damon Runyon Theatre - Broadcast from January to December 1949, "The Damon Runyon Theatre" dramatized 52 of Runyon's short stories for radio. Damon Runyon (October 4, 1884 â December 10, 1946) was a newspaperman and writer. He was best known for his short stories celebrating the world of Broadway in New York City that grew out of the Prohibition era. He spun tales of gamblers, petty thieves, actors and gangsters; few of whom go by "square" names, preferring instead to be known as "Nathan Detroit", "Big Jule", "Harry the Horse", "Good Time Charlie", "Dave the Dude", and so on. These stories were written in a very distinctive vernacular style: a mixture of formal speech and colorful slang, almost always in present tense, and always devoid of contractions.