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NBA Freaks
Jugadores en rumores de cambio, con vida los Kings por primera vez en una década, Tiros Rápidos, fantasy y más | Los NBA Freaks (Ep. 383)

NBA Freaks

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 53:45


En este episodio, hablamos de jugadores en equipos sotaneros con fichas de cambios que pueden ser interesantes a los contendores de postemporada. Nos vamos a fondo con los Sacramento Kings. Tenemos varios tiros rápidos y cerramos con un poco de Fantasy. Redes sociales: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram: @losnbafreaks Marcos Brenes- Twitter: @MarcosJBrenes- Instagram: @marcosjbrenes Gerard Clemente- Twitter: @gerardclemente- Instagram: @gerard_clemente Josue Brenes- Twitter: @JRBrenes Website: losnbafreaks.comEmail: losnbafreaks@gmail.com

The Bring The Sting Podcast
Episode 77: Hornets win streak + Gordon Hayward injury controversy

The Bring The Sting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 18:08


Happy victory Monday, Charlotte Hornets fans! Evan is back to recap the Hornets' first consecutive victories of the season as the team picked up wins over the Philadelphia 76ers and Minnesota Timberwolves in the last week. Evan also gives his review of the new "City Edition" jerseys that the Hornets debuted against the Timberwolves. Then, Evan gives his take on the latest controversy surrounding Gordon Hayward's injury and allegations made by Hayward's wife on social media. Finally, Evan breaks down Kemba Walker's signing with the Dallas Mavericks and why fans should be happy that Walker did not end up back in Charlotte. --- 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/bringthesting/message

Courtside Seats with Kroeger | A Charlotte Hornets Podcast
11-28-22 Preview For Hornets @ Boston

Courtside Seats with Kroeger | A Charlotte Hornets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 25:57


Charlotte returns to the floor after a two day break to visit the Boston Celtics. Sam Farber and Rob Longo preview the matchup and celebrate the life of longtime Hornets analyst Gerry Vaillancourt.

The Pool Guy Podcast Show
Hayward Navigator & Pool Vac V-Flex an Underrated Cleaner

The Pool Guy Podcast Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2022 17:24


Can the Hayward Navigator/Pool Vac be Underrated? Well at least one version of this cleaner is and that is the V-Flex version. There is a real difference between the V-Flex and the fixed turbine version and I go over that here for you. Leslie's Pro: Pool Service Pro, open a Wholesale account today! Customer referrals, free cleaner repairs, free water testing, open 7-days a week. It is fast and easy to become a Leslie's Preferred Pool Care Provider. https://lesliespool.com/commercial-services.html/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=spll&utm_campaign=spll

The Stag Roar: Life Less Ordinary
Ep265: Reuben Hayward; NZDA BOP President

The Stag Roar: Life Less Ordinary

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 24:26


Join NZDA If you or a loved one have some aches and pains setting in, or an injury that needs support to heal, consider topping up your body with Canes Deer Velvet. It's packed full of amazing nutrients that the body uses in maintaining the immune system, bones, joints, circulation and general well-being. Find out more at www.canesdeervelvet.com and use code "STAGROAR252" for a 20% introductory discount. DrinkLMNT.com/STAGROAR for your "Free Sample" Just Pay for Shipping LMNT Chocolate Medley launches on Nov 29th. The LMNT 30ct Chocolate Medley includes 3 flavors: 10 Chocolate Caramel – a brand new flavor, 10 Mint Chocolate – a fan favorite from last holiday season, and 10 Chocolate Salt – the flavor that taught us electrolytes can be the primary element of your favorite hot beverages ☕ All of the Chocolate flavors are best enjoyed hot -- Try in a raspberry hot chocolate, no-sugar peppermint mocha, or any other cozy beverage of your choice. The Chocolate Medley is a limited-time offer - when it's sold out, it's gone! As always, LMNT offers no-questions-asked refunds on all orders FAQ: Chocolate Caramel and Mint Chocolate cannot be purchased on their own (outside the Chocolate Medley) https://drinkarepa.com/collections/all-products Ārepa. The world's smartest brain food. 100% natural. Caffeine free. Effects you can feel. Use the code "STAGROAR" at checkout for 20% off your order! Instagram https://www.instagram.com/ryanoconnornz/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/stagryan/ Twitter https://twitter.com/stagryan Tik Tok @ryanstagoconnor Facebook https://www.facebook.com/WaiKeto/ Blog https://stagryan.com/ Website: https://www.stagroar.co.nz/

Courtside Seats with Kroeger | A Charlotte Hornets Podcast

The Charlotte Hornets fell again in Washington Sunday. Rob Longo and Sam Perley recap the loss and the recent rise of Kai Jones in the Hornets rotation.

Courtside Seats with Kroeger | A Charlotte Hornets Podcast
11-19-22 Hornets Fall in Double OT

Courtside Seats with Kroeger | A Charlotte Hornets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2022 29:54


Charlotte put together a thrilling comeback from down 10 with 45 seconds remaining, but still fell in double OT at Cleveland. Rob Longo and Sam Perley break down the game and talk about a new Hornets.com piece about your favorite Hornets' favorite non-basketball athlete.

The Bert Show
PT 2: Christian Hayward Wrote Us The PERFECT Thanksgiving Theme Song!

The Bert Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 7:16


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Political Breakdown
Aisha Wahab on Her Historic Election to the State Senate

Political Breakdown

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 32:10


Marisa and Guy Marzorati react to Nancy Pelosi's announcement that she will not remain in House leadership, before recapping some of the latest results from around the state. Then, Hayward city councilmember Aisha Wahab discuss her historic victory in a race for state senate, her journey through foster care and the small business perspective she hopes to bring to Sacramento.

The Bert Show
Christian Hayward Wrote Us The PERFECT Thanksgiving Theme Song!

The Bert Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 8:38


We asked Artist Christian Hayward to write us the PERFECT #Thanksgiving Theme Song and y'all...he did not disappoint!

The Bert Show
Artist Christian Hayward Is Going To Write Us The PERFECT Thanksgiving Song!

The Bert Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022 6:37


We asked #BertShowFam to create a #Thanksgiving song, and y'all did not disappoint! Christian Hayward is coming through with all the fixins' to write the PERFECT Theme Song to Thanksgiving!

Millionaire Car Salesman Podcast
EP 6:16 How Super Star Car Saleswoman Became Sales Manager in Less than Two Years - A McKenna Giencke Profile

Millionaire Car Salesman Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 61:10


This week on the Millionaire Car Salesman Podcast, Sean V. Bradley, CSP, interviews a rising star McKenna Giencke, Sales Manager at Timber Ford of Hayward, with over 300+ sales. McKenna speaks about her success in the automotive industry and how she has fast-tracked her experience in just over a year and a half. There are 8 ways for salespeople to sell more cars: walk-ins, phone ups, internet ups, b-backs, prior/orphan owners, service conversions, referrals, and prospecting. McKenna dives into the ways she uses these 8 key prospecting methods to sell over 30 cars in one month, so you too can fast-track your sales experience.    About McKenna Giencke  McKenna Giencke started in automotive sales on February 1, 2021, having no prior experience, but was ready for a change when she got the text from Timber Ford of Hayward. McKenna immersed herself in the automotive industry, learning every aspect of the business, moving up to fill in for the Finance Manager when she was gone and filling in for the Sales Manager when he was gone. You'll rarely find McKenna just sitting at her desk! McKenna prides herself on always taking the best care of her customers and never being outworked. McKenna has been putting a lot of time into making key toss videos in building her personal brand around the hashtag #McKennaMadeItHappen.   About Timber Ford of Hayward  At Timber Ford of Hayward, in Hayward, Wisconsin, their commitment to excellence does not end with the sale, though. To ensure a positive ownership experience, we staff an onsite auto service and repair department. And for those of you who prefer to perform your own work, we also maintain a vast collection of auto parts for sale in Hayward. Timber Ford of Hayward truly has every one of your automotive needs covered. The only question left now is how we can best serve you. To take advantage of any one (or more) of our services, be sure to contact us today. Or, stop by and see us in person at 16826W Hwy 63 S Hayward, Wisconsin today.    Resources Dealer Synergy & Bradley On Demand: The automotive industry's #1 training, tracking, testing, and certification platform and consulting & accountability firm. The Millionaire Car Salesman Podcast: is the #1 resource for automotive sales professionals, managers, and owners.  Also, join The Millionaire Car Salesman Facebook Group today! The Against All Odds Radio Show: Hosting guests that have started from the bottom and rose to the top.  Also, join The Against All Odds Radio Show Guests & Listeners Facebook Group for the podcasted episodes. For more interactivity, join The Millionaire Car Salesman Club on Clubhouse. Win the Game of Googleopoly: Unlocking the secret strategy of search engines.   The Millionaire Car Salesman Podcast is Proudly Sponsored By:  AutoWeb: Visit AutoWeb.com/dealers for help in revolutionizing your business to help you sell more cars.

The Northern Nerd
My Hope for Hayward

The Northern Nerd

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 12:41


On Thursday, November 3rd I was honored to be the keynote speaker for the Hayward Area Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting & Awards Dinner. It was an experience that I will remember forever. Here is a rerecorded version of the speech that I hope inspires you to keep pushing towards progress here in the northwoods and to pursue your dreams. Enjoy!

Mark and Me Podcast
Episode 237: Chris Hayward

Mark and Me Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 32:46


Brian and Charles.On this episode we are joined by Chris Hayward.  Chris Hayward is an imaginative writer/performer with extensive experience of the UK comedy scene. He has written for shows including Cardinal Burns and Trollied, and landed development deals with Channel Four, Sky, BBC, ABC, Fox and CBS. As an actor, he has appeared in shows such as The It Crowd, King Gary, Pls Like, and Friday Night Dinner.Please support the Mark and Me Podcast via Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/Markandme or you can buy me a coffee here: https://ko-fi.com/markandme or you can even treat yourself to a badge or sticker over at my store here: https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/MarkandMeStore

Talk Art
Woody De Othello

Talk Art

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 69:12


Woody De Othello (b. 1991) is a Miami-born, California-based artist whose subject matter spans household objects, bodily features, and the natural world. Everyday artifacts of the domestic tables, chairs, television remotes, telephone receivers, lamps, air purifiers, et cet era—are anthropomorphized in glazed ceramic, bronze, wood, and glass. Othello's sense of humor manifests across his work in visual puns and cartoonish figuration. “I choose objects that are already very human,” says Othello. “The objects mimic actions that humans perform; they're extensions of our own actions. We use phones to speak and to listen, clocks to tell time, vessels to hold things, and our bodies are indicators of all of those.” Othello's scaled-up representations of these objects often slump over, overcome with gravity, as if exhausted by their own use. This sophisticated gravitational effect is a central formal challenge in his work. Informed by his own Haitian ancestry, Othello takes interest in the supernatural objects of Vodou folklore, nkisi figures, and other animist artifacts that inspire him. Woody's work is part of epic new group show at Hayward Gallery, London: Strange Clay: Ceramics in Contemporary Art runs from 26 Oct 2022 –⁠ 8 Jan 2023.Learm more here: https://www.southbankcentre.co.uk/whats-on/art-exhibitions/strange-clay-ceramics-contemporary-artFollow @WoodyOthello on Instagram and his official website: http://woodyothello.com/Special thanks to @Hayward.Gallery and Karma NY and Jessica Silverman, SF. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

95bFM
COP27 w/ Bronwyn Hayward: November 7th, 2022

95bFM

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022


The 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference, commonly known as COP27 is soon set to take place in Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt.  This is the first COP27 to take place since Russia invaded Ukraine, which has brought world tensions to their brink and seen focus on climate legislation delayed.  That being said, action on the climate crisis remains important - in Europe alone the temperature is rising at .5 degrees celsius per decade according to the World Meteorological Organisation.  To learn more about what this conference will look like, Liam spoke to Bronwyn Hayward, a political science professor at the University of Canterbury.  

Courtside Seats with Kroeger | A Charlotte Hornets Podcast

The Charlotte Hornets suffered their 3rd loss in their last 4 games as they try to navigate their schedule with several injuries limiting the roster. Rob Longo and Sam Perley break down the performance and preview an article about Hornets forward Gordon Hayward's chess hobby.

CashFlow Pro
Triple Net Leases for Beginner with Drew Wahlgren

CashFlow Pro

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 34:44


  In this episode of Cash Flow Pro, we talk with Drew Wahlgren, Vice President of Investor Relations at MAG Capital Partners.   Drew has been a passive real estate investor since the early 2010s. Drew holds a Bachelor of Science in Finance from California State University at Hayward and was a risk analyst and program manager at Liberty Mutual Insurance Before joining MAG Capital Partners in 2018. Today he will share some of his know-how on triple net leases and real estate.     MAG is a private investment firm focusing on single-tenant, net lease development, and sale-leaseback structured transactions primarily in the industrial sector.   In this episode, we discuss the following: Triple net leases Passive investing The need to be aware of what is happening Tenants are customers Long-term tenants Credit ratings and cap rates   Tune in on this episode to find out more!   Find your flow, Casey Brown   Resources mentioned in this podcast: www.magcp.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/drew-wahlgren/

Lakers Nation Podcast
Lakers' Interest In Rozier & Hayward, Turner Comments On Joining Lakers, Q & A

Lakers Nation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 54:38


The Lakers may still explore the trade market and Myles Turner sounds like he wouldn't be too upset with a deal to LA. Plus, how Gordon Hayward could hold up a Terry Rozier trade and Lakers fans celebrate a win in which Russell Westbrook came up big.... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Courtside Seats with Kroeger | A Charlotte Hornets Podcast
11-1-22 Hornets Haunted On Halloween

Courtside Seats with Kroeger | A Charlotte Hornets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 27:48


Despite a 15 point halftime lead the Charlotte Hornets fell on Halloween to the Sacramento Kings. Sam Farber and Rob Longo break down the game, discuss the month of October as a whole, and review a recent round of NBA Power Rankings.

Pool Chasers Podcast
Episode 223: DIY Pools & Spas: Design, Construction Plans, Marketing & Business Management for Industry Professionals with Brandon Stephenson

Pool Chasers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 52:34


Episode Summary:  Today, we sit down with Brandon Stephenson, Co-Founder and Program Director at DIY Pools and Spas, a family-run company founded over four decades ago by Brandon's father Mike Stephenson.  DIY was created to give families a better and more affordable alternative to hiring a pool company. They offer 3D design, plans, step-by-step coaching, and all the resources you need for “Do It Yourself” pool construction.  Brandon has studied online business development with a focus in the E-Learning industry. His experience in course development, alongside his marketing expertise, have been instrumental in creating the DIY Homeowner Builder Program.  Listen in as Brandon shares how DIY has revolutionized the pool industry, both for homeowners and subcontractors, through the company's ability to set appointments remotely. He explains how potential clients should prepare to work with DIY, including the benefits of having a plot map or site survey ready to present, and setting realistic expectations when settling on a preliminary yard design.  Finally, Brandon gives his marketing and project management tips to take your business to the next level, whether you are a pool salesman or a subcontractor.  Here's a Glimpse of What You'll Learn:  02:04 - The story behind DIY Pools and Spas  05:04 - What clients can expect from working with DIY  12:00 - What DIY does not do  14:17 - How DIY designs and consults remotely  19:28 - How subcontractors can work with DIY pools  20:27 - DIY's community and how they filter subcontractors  22:25 - Why DIY partnered with Hayward  25:03 - Pool professional success stories working with DIY  27:16 - DIY's white-labeling services and 3D video walkthroughs  32:54 - How to best prepare to work with DIY  37:27 - How DIY builds project management boards for owner  42:05 - Biggest challenges homeowners and professionals face  44:17 - Becoming a better pool salesman or subcontractor  48:08 - The power of before-and-after photos  Sponsors:  Leslie's  Lyon Financial  Connect with Guest:  Website  Homeowner Builder Program  Contractors & Pool Builders  Facebook  Instagram  LinkedIn    Connect with Pool Chasers:  Website  Instagram  Facebook  Facebook Group  Twitter  YouTube  Patreon    Key Quotes from Episode:  People who are doing owner builders are probably the worst customers for a pool company.  While we do want to help people get their dream yard, we also have to regulate their dreams and bring them down to Earth.  The biggest thing I teach as a pool salesman is making sure that the customer is heard and that they do most of the talking.   

Courtside Seats with Kroeger | A Charlotte Hornets Podcast
10-30-22 Huge Hornets OT Win Over Warriors

Courtside Seats with Kroeger | A Charlotte Hornets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 21:54


The Hornets picked up a strong overtime victory on night two of a back-to-back over the defending champion Golden State Warriors Saturday. Sam Farber and Rob Longo break down the win.

Courtside Seats with Kroeger | A Charlotte Hornets Podcast
10-27-22 Hornets Drop OT Heartbreaker to Knicks

Courtside Seats with Kroeger | A Charlotte Hornets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 27:44


The shorthanded Hornets put together another valiant effort on the road Wednesday, pushing the Knicks to overtime but eventually dropping the game by 3. Rob Longo and Sam Perley break down the effort.

Courtside Seats with Kroeger | A Charlotte Hornets Podcast
10-26-22 Preview of Hornets at NY Knicks

Courtside Seats with Kroeger | A Charlotte Hornets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 24:28


Queen City News' Carla Gebhart joins Sam Farber to talk the Hornets hot start to the season, the latest NBA.com power rankings, and helps preview tonight's Hornets matchup with the Knicks at Madison Square Garden.

Ideas Have Consequences
Unity in Christ Before Ethnicity: with Jessie Gistand

Ideas Have Consequences

Play Episode Play 59 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 102:40


Listen in to our interview with Jessie Gistand, lead pastor of Grace Bible Church in Hayward, California near San Francisco. Pastor Jessie shares his powerful insights about growing up as a young African American during the Civil Rights and Black Power movements of the 60s. Today, he is a leading voice against Critical Race Theory and Cultural Marxism. We explore the history of the black church in America, and what gave rise to today's Black Lives Matter movement.For more on critical theories, listen to our episodes: “BLM, CRT, and Uncle Tom II” and “Hijacked Justice with Monique Duson and Krista Bontrager“.Website: Disciple Nations AllianceEpisode Landing Page 

Diversidad Funcional en Acción  Podcast

En este episodio hablaremos sobre tipos de microagresiones y herramientas para enfrentarlas.   Deja tu reseña en Apple Podcast y Spotify con cinco estrellas. Comparte un screen-shot de este episodio en tus redes sociales y tus chats.  Sigueme en:  Instagram: Diversidad Funcional en Accion  Facebook: Diversidad Funcional en Accion  Suscríbete a este podcast en tu plataforma favorita Apple Podcast, Spotify, Stitcher y Google Podcast. Puedes enviarnos tus preguntas y peticiones de temas a diversidadfuncionalenaccion@gmail.com. Referencias: Olkin, R., Hayward, H., Abbene, M.S. and VanHeel, G. (2019), The Experiences of Microaggressions against Women with Visible and Invisible Disabilities. Journal of Social Issues, 75: 757-785. https://doi.org/10.1111/josi.12342 Respondiendo a las micro-agresiones                

Buzz Beat: A Charlotte Hornets Pod
Convincing Win in ATL

Buzz Beat: A Charlotte Hornets Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 39:40


Richie, Spencer, and Brian recap the 126-109 win over the Hawks, raising Charlotte's record to 2-1. The two praise Nick Richards' perfect game from the field, Dennis Smith Jr.'s surprising impact, and Hayward's understated performance. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Courtside Seats with Kroeger | A Charlotte Hornets Podcast
10-24-22 Shorthanded Hornets Win in Atlanta

Courtside Seats with Kroeger | A Charlotte Hornets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 26:49


Despite being down their normal starting backcourt, the Charlotte Hornets picked up a quality road win at the Atlanta Hawks Sunday. Rob Longo and Sam Perley break down the victory.

Courtside Seats with Kroeger | A Charlotte Hornets Podcast
10-22-22 Hornets Drop Home Opener to Pelicans

Courtside Seats with Kroeger | A Charlotte Hornets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2022 18:41


The Charlotte Hornets were victimized by early turnovers and a hefty New Orleans free throw advantage late and fell 124-112 in their home opener. Sam Farber and Diana Biffl discuss the games, find the silver linings and talk the Hornets theme for the season "Let's Fly"

The Morning Show w/ John and Hugh
Dean Pees: Falcons hard-playing defense becoming impressive unit

The Morning Show w/ John and Hugh

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 10:30


Atlanta Falcons Defensive Coordinator Dean Pees talks about the significance of having physical corners that help in the run game, posting a 2nd half shutout without forcing turnovers, what the plan is at cornerback with Hayward out and Terrell possibly limited, how strong the Bengals skill position players are, the impact the fans and crowd is having and the energy they provide, trying to deliver a product the fans can respect, this year showcasing why you don't give credence to preseason media write-ups, the Falcons defensive depth showcasing itself the past two weeks, and how nice it is to have Isaiah Oliver back in the mix.

Buzz Beat: A Charlotte Hornets Pod

Richie, Spencer, and Brian recap the season opener to the San Antonio Spurs. The three talk about the impressive play of Nick Richards, Hayward's steadiness in the midrange, Oubre's aggressive nature, and other player trends. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Courtside Seats with Kroeger | A Charlotte Hornets Podcast
10-20-22 Hornets Win Season Opener

Courtside Seats with Kroeger | A Charlotte Hornets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 27:44


The Charlotte Hornets won their season opener in San Antonio 129-102. Rob Longo and Sam Perley pick their top performers and break down the tip off victory.

And the Runner-Up Is
1958 Best Actress (feat. Baby Clyde)

And the Runner-Up Is

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 153:01 Very Popular


This week on And the Runner-Up Is, Kevin welcomes Oscars obsessive Baby Clyde to discuss the 1958 Oscar race for Best Actress, where Susan Hayward won for her performance in "I Want to Live!," beating Deborah Kerr in "Separate Tables," Shirley MacLaine in "Some Came Running," Rosalind Russell in "Auntie Mame," and Elizabeth Taylor in "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof." We discuss all of these nominated performances and determine who we think was the runner-up to Hayward. 0:00 - 13:14 - Introduction 13:15 - 31:15 - Deborah Kerr 31:16 - 51:11 - Shirley MacLaine 51:12 - 1:12:08 - Rosalind Russell 1:12:09 - 1:34:32 - Elizabeth Taylor 1:34:33 - 1:51:11 - Susan Hayward 1:51:12 - 2:26:32 - Why Susan Hayward won / Twitter questions 2:26:33 - 2:33:01 - Who was the runner-up? Support And the Runner-Up Is on Patreon at patreon.com/andtherunnerupis! Follow Kevin Jacobsen on Twitter Follow Baby Clyde on Twitter Follow And the Runner-Up Is on Twitter and Instagram Theme/End Music: "Diamonds" by Iouri Sazonov Additional Music: "Storming Cinema Ident" by Edward Blakeley Artwork: Brian O'Meara

Agile Amped Podcast - Inspiring Conversations
The omni-connected agile leader

Agile Amped Podcast - Inspiring Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 52:03


Simon Hayward is an honorary professor at Alliance Manchester Business School in the UK and author of The Agile Leader and Connected Leadership. He is also Global Lead for Leadership and Culture at Accenture's Talent & Organization/Human Potential practice. In this episode, Hayward outlines challenges before leaders who seek to engage people in radical change – often the case in large-scale agile transformation. COVID has undoubtedly had a hand in worker expectations, and it offers leaders the opportunity to move their business from being just connected to becoming “omni-connected.” “When organizations combine the digital and technological with the human and cultural, then that combination becomes particularly powerful. And leaders have a disproportionate impact on the way the culture operates and the behaviors in the organization.” Accenture's William Rowden hosts. Learn more: - Accenture Research "From Always Connected to Omni-Connected" https://www.accenture.com/cr-en/insights/strategy/organizational-culture

Travel With Meaning
Episode 93: Rachel Firchau and Nailah Hayward

Travel With Meaning

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 59:39


Gathering the Travel With Meaning community of like-minded travelers together to hear meaningful stories from our special guests is what we missed most during the pandemic.  Episode 93 features not one but two incredible guests for the podcast recorded in front of an intimate audience at the Shay Hotel in Culver City, CA. This event was a collaboration with Wanderful and their LA Chapter. Our extraordinary guests Nailah Hayward and Rachel Firchau are two meaningful content creators and have both been active within the Wanderful community and with Travel With Meaning. Big thank you to our partners to help make this event a success Travelers Autobarn, State Bags and Book Outdoors are supporters of sharing authentic meaningful stories and providing raffle prizes for the audience attending. Thank you also to all the people who watched the conversation live through zoom and thank you again to the Shay for hosting us and providing a raffle prize of a Shaycation. About our two guests: Nailah Hayward Originally from Pittsburgh, PA Nailah is a passionate traveler and advocate for others' travel adventures.  Starting her popular travel blog “There's So Much To See” in 2009. As the LA Chapter Director for Wanderful Nailah helps organize community events and inspire her fellow travel community. Rachel Firachu - AKA Rachel Off Duty Balancing her passion for travel and her corporate job has given Rachel a new spin on her popular travel blog “Rachel Off Duty” instead of quitting her job to travel she's utilized her professional stability to thrive in workcation opportunities all over the world. Born and raised in Hawaii her wanderlust interest came at an early age and her desire to inspire other women to see the world has been the basis for Rachel Off Duty. One of her recent adventures to Lebanon has sparked her interest to lead trips to places that moved her. To find out more about Rachel's small group trip to Lebanon click here. Enjoy our conversation with Naialah and Rachel.

Courtside Seats with Kroeger | A Charlotte Hornets Podcast
10-17-22 Official HHC 2022-23 Season Preview!

Courtside Seats with Kroeger | A Charlotte Hornets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 35:15


The HHC tips off daily podcasts for the new season with it's official season preview for the 2022-23 campaign. Sam Farber, Rob Longo and Sam Perley discuss lessons learned from the preseason, talk Hornets rotation (both now and by season's end) and give their predictions for the Hornets win total this season.

Twelve Pound Podcast
A Soulful Life with Tanqueray Hayward, Singer & More

Twelve Pound Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 28:07


Join the Twelve Pound Podcast in this special Twelve by Twenty conversation with Philadelphia-based artist Tanqueray Hayward. Tanqueray's artistic impact and contribution to the musical landscape of Philadelphia is becoming undeniable as she plays to sold-out shows throughout the region and beyond. Like many artists, her life off-stage is reflected in her passion on-stage and the songs she delivers. Tanqueray is also a mother, teacher, and medical professional, all while serving in the United States Navy Reserves. Listen to this inspirational and moving story of an area artist who has managed through the challenges change can bring, while staying focused on what's most important.

Courtside Seats with Kroeger | A Charlotte Hornets Podcast
10-13-22 Charlotte Wraps Preseason Play

Courtside Seats with Kroeger | A Charlotte Hornets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 28:18


The Hornets dropped their preseason finale in Philadelphia but once again led the majority of play when the team's starters were on the floor. Rob Longo and Sam Perley break down the game on today's HHC.

The Man of God
Pike and Hayward: Contemporary Worship and Natural Affections | The Narrated Puritan

The Man of God

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 29:14


Pike and Hayward Contemporary Worship and Natural Affections The Narrated Puritan features weekly readings from Puritan history read by Tom Sullivan. You can find more readings by Mr. Sullivan at PuritanAudioBooks.com Covenant Baptist Theological Seminary is a Confessional Reformed Baptist Seminary Providing affordable online theological education to help the Church in its calling to train faithful men. To learn more about CBTS, visit https://CBTSeminary.org. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cbtseminary/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cbtseminary/support

Courtside Seats with Kroeger | A Charlotte Hornets Podcast
10-11-22 Hornets Injury Update & Game Recap

Courtside Seats with Kroeger | A Charlotte Hornets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 26:25


Sam Farber and Sam Perley discuss the latest injury updates and break down the Hornets loss to Washington Monday.

Rock Talk with Mitch Lafon
Justin Hayward from The Moody Blues talks new music, guitars and much more!

Rock Talk with Mitch Lafon

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 18:46


The Mitch Lafon and Jeremy White Show is pleased to welcome Rock N Roll Hall of Fame Inductee Justin Hayward from The Moody Blues! Known principally as the vocalist, lead guitarist and composer for The Moody Blues - Justin Hayward is delighted to release his brand new single entitled “Living For Love” via BMG. “Living For Love” is his first release from Hayward in over two years and comes ahead of his tour of the UK, you can listen HERE: https://justinhayward.lnk.to/LivingforLovePRHelp support the show. Please consider a donation: https://www.paypal.me/MitchLafonSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Catch my Killer
Episode 154: Joy Hayward (part 2 of 2)

Catch my Killer

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 41:43


Joy Hayward, 28, was born and raised in Annapolis, Maryland. She had attended Salisbury university and graduated with her bachelor's degree in Psychology. After college, she relocated to Jacksonville, North Carolina in 2003 to live with her boyfriend.Before joy was murdered. She lived in Annapolis with her mother. Her boyfriend, Mike was a subcontractor and traveled for work. He had been staying in Ridley park, Pennsylvania for his latest assignment. Joy would make the drive from Maryland to Pennsylvania to be with her boyfriend. On one of these visits, the couple had gotten into a heated argument.Joy would leave her boyfriend's place and check in at a day's in hotel in Chester, Pennsylvania on February 12th, 2004. Her boyfriend claimed that joy took his phone. So he wouldn't be able to call her. Unfortunately, unknown to Joy, Chester, Pennsylvania is a dangerous area. Joy checked into the hotel around 1:30 AM, but she did not go up to her six room floor. According to the desk clerk she left for about an hour and a half and returned at 3:00 AM.The clerk had said that a Black man was walking behind Joy. She took the elevator to her room. A worker discovered her body the next day, around 4:30 PM. On February 13th, 2004, Joy's body was found in the bathtub. A washcloth had been placed in the drain and there were about six inches of water in the tub. Investigators could tell that she had been beaten, but they could not determine if she had been sexually assaulted. The cause of death has been determined to be asphyxiation.Do you have any information about this case? Can you help Joy's family get justice? If you know anything about Joyce's ho. Please contact the Chester police department at 610–447–7931. Or you can reach out to the Delaware County District Attorney's office at 610–891–4811.And if you would like additional information about this case, please visit the Who Killed Joy Hayward in Chester, PA. 2/12/04 Facebook page. Please also visit my website for more information about my true crime and paranormal newspaper columns at www.themarcabe.com. You can also help support my podcast by purchasing a cup of $5 coffee every month. To help support the podcast, please visit https://www.buymeacoffee.com/catchmykiller. If you would like to contact me about this podcast, please visit my websites www.catchmykiller.com or www.themarcabe.com where you can submit a case.

Sunday League Investors (Soccer Card Investing)
We are BACK!!! Would you pay $100,000 for a 1/1 Messi Sticker?!

Sunday League Investors (Soccer Card Investing)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2022 52:59


SLI Podcast fam!! We are back with a new cast and even better soccer cards content! We discussed the Hayward card show, the Lionel Messi 1/1 World Cup sticker pricing, price action during the World Cup Panini Mosaic World Cup review, Leaf debacle, and what we have been buying and much more!! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/sundayleagueinvestors/support

Courtside Seats with Kroeger | A Charlotte Hornets Podcast
10-1-22 Hornets Preseason Opener Game Preview

Courtside Seats with Kroeger | A Charlotte Hornets Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2022 28:19


The Hornets tip off preseason action Sunday afternoon in Boston. Sam Farber and Rob Longo have an early look at the matchup and discuss some of the rule changes fans may notice for the upcoming season.

The Northern Nerd
For the Foodies: Louie's Bar & Bites

The Northern Nerd

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 4:14


It's no secret that the state of Wisconsin is home to thousands of bars. Of these bars, some are high class with valet parking and drinks that James Bond would sip on. Others are covered in taxidermy (both well done and terrible) and pride themselves in being that dive bar. Regardless, people love to have a place where they can come together for a big game or to swap stories from the past. Since its inception back in 2021, Louie's Bar and Bites has become a hometown favorite in the Hayward area. Enjoy!

Courtside Seats with Kroeger | A Charlotte Hornets Podcast

Sam Farber and Sam Perley break down the early storylines from Charlotte Hornets training camp. Hear from Gordon Hayward, Coach Steve Clifford and more.

Locked On Hornets - Daily Podcast On The Charlotte Hornets
What is the Gordon Hayward Plan? PLUS: Steve Clifford Has One Tweak in Mind to Help LaMelo Ball

Locked On Hornets - Daily Podcast On The Charlotte Hornets

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 30:20


Can you really rest Gordon Hayward? Walker goes solo to question Steve Clifford's plan for Hayward after two injury riddled seasons. Plus, Rod Boone of the Charlotte Observer writes about Steve Clifford providing one tweak to LaMelo's game. Can it take him to a new level offensively? Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. MEGAPHONE:  Follow & Subscribe to the Locked On Hornets Podcast on these platforms

Buzz Beat: A Charlotte Hornets Pod
Media Day Reactions

Buzz Beat: A Charlotte Hornets Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 33:05


Richie shares clips from 2022 Media Day from Steve Clifford, Terry Rozier, PJ Washington, and more. He reacts to some of the talking points including Hayward's load management, PJ Washington's diet, and the legal matter surrounding Miles Bridges. If you'd like to support our show by subscribing to Buzz Beat Plus, please visit this link. BB+ PERKS: Ad-Free Episodes Early Access (this episode was released 2.5 hours earlier) Exclusive Content Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

FOX Sports Knoxville
Fanrun Varsity Spotlight - "Brandon Hayward Shines On and Off the Field"

FOX Sports Knoxville

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 21:42


4-star WR Brandon Hayward joins FVS to talk about a new era at Oak Ridge High School. Hayward discusses a nice start to region play, his goals on and off the field - AND A RECRUITING UPDATE !!!

A History Of Rock Music in Five Hundred Songs
Episode 154: “Happy Together” by the Turtles

A History Of Rock Music in Five Hundred Songs

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022


Episode one hundred and fifty-four of A History of Rock Music in Five Hundred Songs is the last of our four-part mini-series on LA sunshine pop and folk-rock in summer 1967. Click the full post to read liner notes, links to more information, and a transcript of the episode. Patreon backers also have a fifteen-minute bonus episode available, on "Baby, Now That I've Found You" by the Foundations. Tilt Araiza has assisted invaluably by doing a first-pass edit, and will hopefully be doing so from now on. Check out Tilt's irregular podcasts at http://www.podnose.com/jaffa-cakes-for-proust and http://sitcomclub.com/ Resources There is no Mixcloud this week, because there were too many Turtles songs in the episode. There's relatively little information available about the Turtles compared to other bands of their era, and so apart from the sources on the general LA scene referenced in all these podcasts, the information here comes from a small number of sources. This DVD is a decent short documentary on the band's career. Howard Kaylan's autobiography, Shell Shocked: My Life with the Turtles, Flo and Eddie, and Frank Zappa, Etc.,  is a fun read, if inevitably biased towards his own viewpoint. Jim Pons' Hard Core Love: Sex, Football, and Rock and Roll in the Kingdom of God is much less fun, being as it is largely organised around how his life led up to his latter-day religious beliefs, but is the only other book I'm aware of with a substantial amount of coverage of the Turtles. There are many compilations of the Turtles' material available, of which All The Singles is by far and away the best. The box set of all their albums with bonus tracks is now out of print on CD, but can still be bought as MP3s. Patreon This podcast is brought to you by the generosity of my backers on Patreon. Why not join them? Transcript We've spent a lot of time recently in the LA of summer 1967, at the point where the sunshine pop sound that was created when the surf harmonies of the Beach Boys collided with folk rock was at its apex, right before fashions changed and tight sunny pop songs with harmonies from LA became yesterday's news, and extended blues-rock improvisations from San Francisco became the latest in thing. This episode is the last part of this four-episode sequence, and is going to be shorter than those others. In many ways this one is a bridge between this sequence and next episode, where we travel back to London, because we're saying goodbye for a while to the LA scene, and when we do return to LA it will be, for the most part, to look at music that's a lot less sunshine and a lot more shadow. So this is a brief fade-out while we sing ba-ba-ba, a three-minute pop-song of an episode, a last bit of sunshine pop before we return to longer, more complicated, stories  in two weeks' time, at which point the sun will firmly set. Like many musicians associated with LA, Howard Kaylan was born elsewhere and migrated there as a child, and he seems to have regarded his move from upstate New York to LA as essentially a move to Disneyland itself. That impression can only have been made stronger by the fact that soon after his family moved there he got his first childhood girlfriend -- who happened to be a Mouseketeer on the TV. And TV was how young Howard filtered most of his perceptions -- particularly TV comedy. By the age of fourteen he was the president of the Soupy Sales Fan Club, and he was also obsessed with the works of Ernie Kovacs, Sid Caesar, and the great satirist and parodist Stan Freberg: [Excerpt: Stan Freberg, "St. George and the Dragonet"] Second only to his love of comedy, though, was his love of music, and it was on the trip from New York to LA that he saw a show that would eventually change his life. Along the way, his family had gone to Las Vegas, and while there they had seen Louis Prima and Keeley Smith do their nightclub act. Prima is someone I would have liked to do a full podcast episode on when I was covering the fifties, and who I did do a Patreon bonus episode on. He's now probably best known for doing the voice of King Louis in the Jungle Book: [Excerpt: Louis Prima, "I Wanna Be Like You (the Monkey Song)"] But he was also a jump blues musician who made some very good records in a similar style to Louis Jordan, like "Jump, Jive, an' Wail" [Excerpt: Louis Prima, "Jump, Jive, an' Wail"] But like Jordan, Prima dealt at least as much in comedy as in music -- usually comedy involving stereotypes about his Italian-American ethnic origins. At the time young Howard Kaylan saw him, he was working a double act with his then-wife Keeley Smith. The act would consist of Smith trying to sing a song straight, while Prima would clown around, interject, and act like a fool, as Smith grew more and more exasperated, and would eventually start contemptuously mocking Prima. [Excerpt: Louis Prima and Keeley Smith, "Embraceable You/I've Got It Bad and That Ain't Good"] This is of course a fairly standard double-act format, as anyone who has suffered through an episode of The Little and Large Show will be all too painfully aware, but Prima and Smith did it better than most, and to young Howard Kaylan, this was the greatest entertainment imaginable. But while comedy was the closest thing to Kaylan's heart, music was a close second. He was a regular listener to Art Laboe's radio show, and in a brief period as a teenage shoplifter he obtained records like Ray Charles' album Genius + Soul = Jazz: [Excerpt: Ray Charles, "One Mint Julep"] and the single "Tossin' and Turnin'" by Bobby Lewis: [Excerpt: Bobby Lewis, "Tossin' and Turnin'"] "Tossin' and Turnin'" made a deep impression on Kaylan, because of the saxophone solo, which was actually a saxophone duet. On the record, baritone sax player Frank Henry played a solo, and it was doubled by the great tenor sax player King Curtis, who was just playing a mouthpiece rather than a full instrument, making a high-pitched squeaking sound: [Excerpt: Bobby Lewis, "Tossin' and Turnin'"] Curtis was of course also responsible for another great saxophone part a couple of years earlier, on a record that Kaylan loved because it combined comedy and rock and roll, "Yakety Yak": [Excerpt: The Coasters, "Yakety Yak"] Those two saxophone parts inspired Kaylan to become a rock and roller. He was already learning the clarinet and playing part time in an amateur Dixieland band, and it was easy enough to switch to saxophone, which has the same fingering. Within a matter of weeks of starting to play sax, he was invited to join a band called the Nightriders, who consisted of Chuck Portz on bass, Al Nichol on guitar, and Glen Wilson on drums. The Nightriders became locally popular, and would perform sets largely made up of Johnny and the Hurricanes and Ventures material. While he was becoming a budding King Curtis, Kaylan was still a schoolkid, and one of the classes he found most enjoyable was choir class. There was another kid in choir who Kaylan got on with, and one day that kid, Mark Volman came up to him, and had a conversation that Kaylan would recollect decades later in his autobiography: “So I hear you're in a rock 'n' roll band.” “Yep.” “Um, do you think I could join it?” “Well, what do you do?” “Nothing.” “Nothing?” “Nope.” “Sounds good to me. I'll ask Al.” Volman initially became the group's roadie and occasional tambourine player, and would also get on stage to sing a bit during their very occasional vocal numbers, but was mostly "in the band" in name only at first -- he didn't get a share of the group's money, but he was allowed to say he was in the group because that meant that his friends would come to the Nightriders' shows, and he was popular among the surfing crowd. Eventually, Volman's father started to complain that his son wasn't getting any money from being in the band, while the rest of the group were, and they explained to him that Volman was just carrying the instruments while they were all playing them. Volman's father said "if Mark plays an instrument, will you give him equal shares?" and they said that that was fair, so Volman got an alto sax to play along with Kaylan's tenor. Volman had also been taking clarinet lessons, and the two soon became a tight horn section for the group, which went through a few lineup changes and soon settled on a lineup of Volman and Kaylan on saxes, Nichol on lead guitar, Jim Tucker on rhythm guitar, Portz on bass, and Don Murray on drums. That new lineup became known as the Crossfires, presumably after the Johnny and the Hurricanes song of the same name: [Excerpt: Johnny and the Hurricanes, "Crossfire"] Volman and Kaylan worked out choreographed dance steps to do while playing their saxes, and the group even developed a group of obsessive fans who called themselves the Chunky Club, named after one of the group's originals: [Excerpt: The Crossfires, "Chunky"] At this point the group were pretty much only playing instrumentals, though they would do occasional vocals on R&B songs like "Money" or their version of Don and Dewey's "Justine", songs which required more enthusiasm than vocal ability. But their first single, released on a tiny label, was another surf instrumental, a song called "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde": [Excerpt: The Crossfires, "Dr. Jekyll and Mr Hyde"] The group became popular enough locally that they became the house band at the Revelaire Club in Redondo Beach. There as well as playing their own sets, they would also be the backing band for any touring acts that came through without their own band, quickly gaining the kind of performing ability that comes from having to learn a new artist's entire repertoire in a few days and be able to perform it with them live with little or no rehearsal. They backed artists like the Coasters, the Drifters, Bobby Vee, the Rivingtons, and dozens of other major acts, and as part of that Volman and Kaylan would, on songs that required backing vocals, sing harmonies rather than playing saxophone. And that harmony-singing ability became important when the British Invasion happened, and suddenly people didn't want to hear surf instrumentals, but vocals along the lines of the new British groups. The Crossfires' next attempt at a single was another original, this one an attempt at sounding like one of their favourite new British groups, the Kinks: [Excerpt: The Crossfires, "One Potato, Two Potato"] This change to vocals necessitated a change in the group dynamic. Volman and Kaylan ditched the saxophones, and discovered that between them they made one great frontman. The two have never been excessively close on a personal level, but both have always known that the other has qualities they needed. Frank Zappa would later rather dismissively say "I regard Howard as a fine singer, and Mark as a great tambourine player and fat person", and it's definitely true that Kaylan is one of the truly great vocalists to come out of the LA scene in this period, while Volman is merely a good harmony singer, not anything particularly special -- though he *is* a good harmony singer -- but it undersells Volman's contribution. There's a reason the two men performed together for nearly sixty years. Kaylan is a great singer, but also by nature rather reserved, and he always looked uncomfortable on stage, as well as, frankly, not exactly looking like a rock star (Kaylan describes himself not inaccurately as looking like a potato several times in his autobiography). Volman, on the other hand, is a merely good singer, but he has a naturally outgoing personality, and while he's also not the most conventionally good-looking of people he has a *memorable* appearance in a way that Kaylan doesn't. Volman could do all the normal frontman stuff, the stuff that makes a show an actual show -- the jokes, the dancing, the between-song patter, the getting the crowd going, while Kaylan could concentrate on the singing. They started doing a variation on the routine that had so enthralled Howard Kaylan when he'd seen Louis Prima and Keeley Smith do it as a child. Kaylan would stand more or less stock still, looking rather awkward, but singing like an angel, while Volman would dance around, clown, act the fool, and generally do everything he could to disrupt the performance -- short of actually disrupting it in reality. It worked, and Volman became one of that small but illustrious group of people -- the band member who makes the least contribution to the sound of the music but the biggest contribution to the feel of the band itself, and without whom they wouldn't be the same. After "One Potato, Two Potato" was a flop, the Crossfires were signed to their third label. This label, White Whale, was just starting out, and the Crossfires were to become their only real hit act. Or rather, the Turtles were. The owners of White Whale knew that they didn't have much promotional budget and that their label was not a known quantity -- it was a tiny label with no track record. But they thought of a way they could turn that to their advantage. Everyone knew that the Beatles, before Capitol had picked up their contracts, had had their records released on a bunch of obscure labels like Swan and Tollie. People *might* look for records on tiny independent labels if they thought it might be another British act who were unknown in the US but could be as good as the Beatles. So they chose a name for the group that they thought sounded as English as possible -- an animal name that started with "the", and ended in "les", just like the Beatles. The group, all teenagers at the time, were desperate enough that they agreed to change their name, and from that point on they became the Turtles. In order to try and jump on as many bandwagons as possible, the label wanted to position them as a folk-rock band, so their first single under the Turtles name was a cover of a Bob Dylan song, from Another Side of Bob Dylan: [Excerpt: Bob Dylan, "It Ain't Me Babe"] That song's hit potential had already been seen by Johnny Cash, who'd had a country hit with it a few months before. But the Turtles took the song in a different direction, inspired by Kaylan's *other* great influence, along with Prima and Smith. Kaylan was a big fan of the Zombies, one of the more interesting of the British Invasion groups, and particularly of their singer Colin Blunstone. Kaylan imitated Blunstone on the group's hit single, "She's Not There", on which Blunstone sang in a breathy, hushed, voice on the verses: [Excerpt: The Zombies, "She's Not There"] before the song went into a more stomping chorus on which Blunstone sang in a fuller voice: [Excerpt: The Zombies, "She's Not There"] Kaylan did this on the Turtles' version of "It Ain't Me Babe", starting off with a quiet verse: [Excerpt: The Turtles, "It Ain't Me Babe"] Before, like the Zombies, going into a foursquare, more uptempo, louder chorus: [Excerpt: The Turtles, "It Ain't Me Babe"] The single became a national top ten hit, and even sort of got the approval of Bob Dylan. On the group's first national tour, Dylan was at one club show, which they ended with "It Ain't Me Babe", and after the show the group were introduced to the great songwriter, who was somewhat the worse for wear. Dylan said “Hey, that was a great song you just played, man. That should be your single", and then passed out into his food. With the group's first single becoming a top ten hit, Volman and Kaylan got themselves a house in Laurel Canyon, which was not yet the rock star Mecca it was soon to become, but which was starting to get a few interesting residents. They would soon count Henry Diltz of the Modern Folk Quartet, Danny Hutton, and Frank Zappa among their neighbours. Soon Richie Furay would move in with them, and the house would be used by the future members of the Buffalo Springfield as their rehearsal space. The Turtles were rapidly becoming part of the in crowd. But they needed a follow-up single, and so Bones Howe, who was producing their records, brought in P.F. Sloan to play them a few of his new songs. They liked "Eve of Destruction" enough to earmark it as a possible album track, but they didn't think they would do it justice, and so it was passed on to Barry McGuire. But Sloan did have something for them -- a pseudo-protest song called "Let Me Be" that was very clearly patterned after their version of "It Ain't Me Babe", and which was just rebellious enough to make them seem a little bit daring, but which was far more teenage angst than political manifesto: [Excerpt: The Turtles, "Let Me Be"] That did relatively well, making the top thirty -- well enough for the group to rush out an album which was padded out with some sloppy cover versions of other Dylan songs, a version of "Eve of Destruction", and a few originals written by Kaylan. But the group weren't happy with the idea of being protest singers. They were a bunch of young men who were more motivated by having a good time than by politics, and they didn't think that it made sense for them to be posing as angry politicised rebels. Not only that, but there was a significant drop-off between "It Ain't Me Babe" and "Let Me Be". They needed to do better. They got the clue for their new direction while they were in New York. There they saw their friends in the Mothers of Invention playing their legendary residency at the Garrick Theatre, but they also saw a new band, the Lovin' Spoonful, who were playing music that was clearly related to the music the Turtles were doing -- full of harmonies and melody, and inspired by folk music -- but with no sense of rebelliousness at all. They called it "Good Time Music": [Excerpt: The Lovin' Spoonful, "Good Time Music"] As soon as they got back to LA, they told Bones Howe and the executives at White Whale that they weren't going to be a folk-rock group any more, they were going to be "good time music", just like the Lovin' Spoonful. They were expecting some resistance, but they were told that that was fine, and that PF Sloan had some good time music songs too. "You Baby" made the top twenty: [Excerpt: The Turtles, "You Baby"] The Turtles were important enough in the hierarchy of LA stars that Kaylan and Tucker were even invited by David Crosby to meet the Beatles at Derek Taylor's house when they were in LA on their last tour -- this may be the same day that the Beatles met Brian and Carl Wilson, as I talked about in the episode on "All You Need is Love", though Howard Kaylan describes this as being a party and that sounded like more of an intimate gathering. If it was that day, there was nearly a third Beach Boy there. The Turtles knew David Marks, the Beach Boys' former rhythm guitarist, because they'd played a lot in Inglewood where he'd grown up, and Marks asked if he could tag along with Kaylan and Tucker to meet the Beatles. They agreed, and drove up to the house, and actually saw George Harrison through the window, but that was as close as they got to the Beatles that day. There was a heavy police presence around the house because it was known that the Beatles were there, and one of the police officers asked them to drive back and park somewhere else and walk up, because there had been complaints from neighbours about the number of cars around. They were about to do just that, when Marks started yelling obscenities and making pig noises at the police, so they were all arrested, and the police claimed to find a single cannabis seed in the car. Charges were dropped, but now Kaylan was on the police's radar, and so he moved out of the Laurel Canyon home to avoid bringing police attention to Buffalo Springfield, so that Neil Young and Bruce Palmer wouldn't get deported. But generally the group were doing well. But there was a problem. And that problem was their record label. They rushed out another album to cash in on the success of "You Baby", one that was done so quickly that it had "Let Me Be" on it again, just as the previous album had, and which included a version of the old standard "All My Trials", with the songwriting credited to the two owners of White Whale records. And they pumped out a lot of singles. A LOT of singles, ranging from a song written for them by new songwriter Warren Zevon, to cover versions of Frank Sinatra's "It Was a Very Good Year" and the old standard "We'll Meet Again". Of the five singles after "You Baby", the one that charted highest was a song actually written by a couple of the band members. But for some reason a song with verses in 5/4 time and choruses in 6/4 with lyrics like "killing the living and living to kill, the grim reaper of love thrives on pain" didn't appeal to the group's good-time music pop audience and only reached number eighty-one: [Excerpt: The Turtles, "Grim Reaper of Love"] The group started falling apart. Don Murray became convinced that  the rest of the band were conspiring against him and wanted him out, so he walked out of the group in the middle of a rehearsal for a TV show. They got Joel Larson of the Grass Roots -- the group who had a number of hits with Sloan and Barri songs -- to sub for a few gigs before getting in a permanent replacement, Johnny Barbata, who came to them on the recommendation of Gene Clark, and who was one of the best drummers on the scene -- someone who was not only a great drummer but a great showman, who would twirl his drumsticks between his fingers with every beat, and who would regularly engage in drum battles with Buddy Rich. By the time they hit their fifth flop single in a row, they lost their bass player as well -- Chuck Portz decided he was going to quit music and become a fisherman instead. They replaced him with Chip Douglas of the Modern Folk Quartet. Then they very nearly lost their singers. Volman and Kaylan both got their draft notices at the same time, and it seemed likely they would end up having to go and fight in the Vietnam war. Kaylan was distraught, but his mother told him "Speak to your cousin Herb". Cousin Herb was Herb Cohen, the manager of the Mothers of Invention and numerous other LA acts, including the Modern Folk Quartet, and Kaylan only vaguely knew him at this time, but he agreed to meet up with them, and told them “Stop worrying! I got Zappa out, I got Tim Buckley out, and I'll get you out.” Cohen told Volman and Kaylan to not wash for a week before their induction, to take every drug of every different kind they could find right before going in, to deliberately disobey every order, to fail the logic tests, and to sexually proposition the male officers dealing with the induction. They followed his orders to the letter, and got marked as 4-F, unfit for service. They still needed a hit though, and eventually they found something by going back to their good-time music idea. It was a song from the Koppelman-Rubin publishing company -- the same company that did the Lovin Spoonful's management and production. The song in question was by Alan Gordon and Gary Bonner, two former members of a group called the Magicians, who had had a minor success with a single called "An Invitation to Cry": [Excerpt: The Magicians, "An Invitation to Cry"] The Magicians had split up, and Bonner and Gordon were trying to make a go of things as professional songwriters, but had had little success to this point. The song on the demo had been passed over by everyone, and the demo was not at all impressive, just a scratchy acetate with Bonner singing off-key and playing acoustic rhythm guitar and Gordon slapping his knees to provide rhythm, but the group heard something in it. They played the song live for months, refining the arrangement, before taking it into the studio. There are arguments to this day as to who deserves the credit for the sound on "Happy Together" -- Chip Douglas apparently did the bulk of the arrangement work while they were on tour, but the group's new producer, Joe Wissert, a former staff engineer for Cameo-Parkway, also claimed credit for much of it. Either way, "Happy Together" is a small masterpiece of dynamics. The song is structured much like the songs that had made the Turtles' name, with the old Zombies idea of the soft verse and much louder chorus: [Excerpt: The Turtles, "Happy Together"] But the track is really made by the tiny details of the arrangement, the way instruments and vocal parts come in and out as the track builds up, dies down, and builds again. If you listen to the isolated tracks, there are fantastic touches like the juxtaposition of the bassoon and oboe (which I think is played on a mellotron): [Excerpt: The Turtles, "Happy Together", isolated tracks] And a similar level of care and attention was put into the vocal arrangement by Douglas, with some parts just Kaylan singing solo, other parts having Volman double him, and of course the famous "bah bah bah" massed vocals: [Excerpt: The Turtles, "Happy Together", isolated vocals] At the end of the track, thinking he was probably going to do another take, Kaylan decided to fool around and sing "How is the weather?", which Bonner and Gordon had jokingly done on the demo. But the group loved it, and insisted that was the take they were going to use: [Excerpt: The Turtles, "Happy Together"] "Happy Together" knocked "Penny Lane" by the Beatles off the number one spot in the US, but by that point the group had already had another lineup change. The Monkees had decided they wanted to make records without the hit factory that had been overseeing them, and had asked Chip Douglas if he wanted to produce their first recordings as a self-contained band. Given that the Monkees were the biggest thing in the American music industry at the time, Douglas had agreed, and so the group needed their third bass player in a year. The one they went for was Jim Pons. Pons had seen the Beatles play at the Hollywood Bowl in 1964, and decided he wanted to become a pop star. The next day he'd been in a car crash, which had paid out enough insurance money that he was able to buy two guitars, a bass, drums, and amps, and use them to start his own band. That band was originally called The Rockwells, but quickly changed their name to the Leaves, and became a regular fixture at Ciro's on Sunset Strip, first as customers, then after beating Love in the auditions, as the new resident band when the Byrds left. For a while the Leaves had occasionally had guest vocals from a singer called Richard Marin, but Pons eventually decided to get rid of him, because, as he put it "I wanted us to look like The Beatles. There were no Mexicans in The Beatles". He is at pains in his autobiography to assure us that he's not a bigot, and that Marin understood. I'm sure he did. Marin went on to be better known as Cheech Marin of Cheech and Chong. The Leaves were signed by Pat Boone to his production company, and through that company they got signed to Mira Records. Their first single, produced by Nik Venet, had been a version of "Love Minus Zero (No Limit)", a song by Bob Dylan: [Excerpt: The Leaves, "Love Minus Zero (No Limit)"] That had become a local hit, though not a national one, and the Leaves had become one of the biggest bands on the Sunset Strip scene, hanging out with all the other bands. They had become friendly with the Doors before the Doors got a record deal, and Pat Boone had even asked for an introduction, as he was thinking of signing them, but unfortunately when he met Jim Morrison, Morrison had drunk a lot of vodka, and given that Morrison was an obnoxious drunk Boone had second thoughts, and so the world missed out on the chance of a collaboration between the Doors and Pat Boone. Their second single was "Hey Joe" -- as was their third and fourth, as we discussed in that episode: [Excerpt: The Leaves, "Hey Joe"] Their third version of "Hey Joe" had become a top forty hit, but they didn't have a follow-up, and their second album, All The Good That's Happening, while it's a good album, sold poorly. Various band members quit or fell out, and when Johnny Barbata knocked on Jim Pons' door it was an easy decision to quit and join a band that had a current number one hit. When Pons joined, the group had already recorded the Happy Together album. That album included the follow-up to "Happy Together", another Bonner and Gordon song, "She'd Rather Be With Me": [Excerpt: The Turtles, "She'd Rather Be With Me"] None of the group were tremendously impressed with that song, but it did very well, becoming the group's second-biggest hit in the US, reaching number three, and actually becoming a bigger hit than "Happy Together" in parts of Europe. Before "Happy Together" the group hadn't really made much impact outside the US. In the UK, their early singles had been released by Pye, the smallish label that had the Kinks and Donovan, but which didn't have much promotional budget, and they'd sunk without trace. For "You Baby" they'd switched to Immediate, the indie label that Andrew Oldham had set up, and it had done a little better but still not charted. But from "Happy Together" they were on Decca, a much bigger label, and "Happy Together" had made number twelve in the charts in the UK, and "She'd Rather Be With Me" reached number four. So the new lineup of the group went on a UK tour. As soon as they got to the hotel, they found they had a message from Graham Nash of the Hollies, saying he would like to meet up with them. They all went round to Nash's house, and found Donovan was also there, and Nash played them a tape he'd just been given of Sgt Pepper, which wouldn't come out for a few more days. At this point they were living every dream a bunch of Anglophile American musicians could possibly have. Jim Tucker mentioned that he would love to meet the Beatles, and Nash suggested they do just that. On their way out the door, Donovan said to them, "beware of Lennon". It was when they got to the Speakeasy club that the first faux-pas of the evening happened. Nash introduced them to Justin Hayward and John Lodge of the Moody Blues, and Volman said how much he loved their record "Go Now": [Excerpt: The Moody Blues, "Go Now"] The problem was that Hayward and Lodge had joined the group after that record had come out, to replace its lead singer Denny Laine. Oh well, they were still going to meet the Beatles, right? They got to the table where John, Paul, and Ringo were sat, at a tense moment -- Paul was having a row with Jane Asher, who stormed out just as the Turtles were getting there. But at first, everything seemed to go well. The Beatles all expressed their admiration for "Happy Together" and sang the "ba ba ba" parts at them, and Paul and Kaylan bonded over their shared love for "Justine" by Don and Dewey, a song which the Crossfires had performed in their club sets, and started singing it together: [Excerpt: Don and Dewey, "Justine"] But John Lennon was often a mean drunk, and he noticed that Jim Tucker seemed to be the weak link in the group, and soon started bullying him, mocking his clothes, his name, and everything he said. This devastated Tucker, who had idolised Lennon up to that point, and blurted out "I'm sorry I ever met you", to which Lennon just responded "You never did, son, you never did". The group walked out, hurt and confused -- and according to Kaylan in his autobiography, Tucker was so demoralised by Lennon's abuse that he quit music forever shortly afterwards, though Tucker says that this wasn't the reason he quit. From their return to LA on, the Turtles would be down to just a five-piece band. After leaving the club, the group went off in different directions, but then Kaylan (and this is according to Kaylan's autobiography, there are no other sources for this) was approached by Brian Jones, asking for his autograph because he loved the Turtles so much. Jones introduced Kaylan to the friend he was with, Jimi Hendrix, and they went out for dinner, but Jones soon disappeared with a girl he'd met. and left Kaylan and Hendrix alone. They were drinking a lot -- more than Kaylan was used to -- and he was tired, and the omelette that Hendrix had ordered for Kaylan was creamier than he was expecting... and Kaylan capped what had been a night full of unimaginable highs and lows by vomiting all over Jimi Hendrix's expensive red velvet suit. Rather amazingly after all this, the Moody Blues, the Beatles, and Hendrix, all showed up to the Turtles' London gig and apparently enjoyed it. After "She'd Rather Be With Me", the next single to be released wasn't really a proper single, it was a theme song they'd been asked to record for a dire sex comedy titled "Guide for the Married Man", and is mostly notable for being composed by John Williams, the man who would later go on to compose the music for Star Wars. That didn't chart, but the group followed it with two more top twenty hits written by Bonner and Gordon, "You Know What I Mean" and "She's My Girl". But then the group decided that Bonner and Gordon weren't giving them their best material, and started turning down their submissions, like a song called "Celebrity Ball" which they thought had no commercial potential, at least until the song was picked up by their friends Three Dog Night, retitled "Celebrate", and made the top twenty: [Excerpt: Three Dog Night, "Celebrate"] Instead, the group decided to start recording more of their own material. They were worried that in the fast-changing rock world bands that did other songwriters' material were losing credibility. But "Sound Asleep", their first effort in this new plan, only made number forty-seven on the charts. Clearly they needed a different plan. They called in their old bass player Chip Douglas, who was now an experienced hitmaker as a producer. He called in *his* friend Harry Nilsson, who wrote "The Story of Rock & Roll" for the group, but that didn't do much better, only making number forty-eight. But the group persevered, starting work on a new album produced by Douglas, The Turtles Present The Battle of the Bands, the conceit of which was that every track would be presented as being by a different band. So there were tracks by  Chief Kamanawanalea and his Royal Macadamia Nuts,  Fats Mallard and the Bluegrass Fireball, The Atomic Enchilada, and so on, all done in the styles suggested by those band names. There was even a track by "The Cross Fires": [Excerpt: The Cross Fires, "Surfer Dan"] It was the first time the group had conceived of an album as a piece, and nine of the twelve tracks were originals by the band -- there was a track written by their friend Bill Martin, and the opening track, by "The US Teens Featuring Raoul", was co-written by Chip Douglas and Harry Nilsson. But for the most part the songs were written by the band members themselves, and jointly credited to all of them. This was the democratic decision, but one that Howard Kaylan would later regret, because of the song for which the band name was just "Howie, Mark, Johnny, Jim & Al". Where all the other songs were parodies of other types of music, that one was, as the name suggests, a parody of the Turtles themselves. It was written by Kaylan in disgust at the record label, who kept pestering the group to "give us another 'Happy Together'". Kaylan got more and more angry at this badgering, and eventually thought "OK, you want another 'Happy Together'? I'll give you another 'Happy Together'" and in a few minutes wrote a song that was intended as an utterly vicious parody of that kind of song, with lyrics that nobody could possibly take seriously, and with music that was just mocking the whole structure of "Happy Together" specifically. He played it to the rest of the group, expecting them to fall about laughing, but instead they all insisted it was the group's next single. "Elenore" went to number six on the charts, becoming their biggest hit since "She'd Rather Be With Me": [Excerpt: The Turtles, "Elenore"] And because everything was credited to the group, Kaylan's songwriting royalties were split five ways. For the follow-up, they chose the one actual cover version on the album. "You Showed Me" is a song that Roger McGuinn and Gene Clark had written together in the very early days of the Byrds, and they'd recorded it as a jangly folk-rock tune in 1964: [Excerpt: The Byrds, "You Showed Me"] They'd never released that track, but Gene Clark had performed it solo after leaving the Byrds, and Douglas had been in Clark's band at the time, and liked the song. He played it for the Turtles, but when he played it for them the only instrument he had to hand was a pump organ with one of its bellows broken. Because of this, he had to play it slowly, and while he kept insisting that the song needed to be faster, the group were equally insistent that what he was playing them was the big ballad hit they wanted, and they recorded it at that tempo. "You Showed Me" became the Turtles' final top ten hit: [Excerpt: The Turtles, "You Showed Me"] But once again there were problems in the group. Johnny Barbata was the greatest drummer any of them had ever played with, but he didn't fit as a personality -- he didn't like hanging round with the rest of them when not on stage, and while there were no hard feelings, it was clear he could get a gig with pretty much anyone and didn't need to play with a group he wasn't entirely happy in. By mutual agreement, he left to go and play with Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young, and was replaced by John Seiter from Spanky and Our Gang -- a good drummer, but not the best of the best like Barbata had been. On top of this, there were a whole host of legal problems to deal with. The Turtles were the only big act on White Whale records, though White Whale did put out some other records. For example, they'd released the single "Desdemona" by John's Children in the US: [Excerpt: John's Children, "Desdemona"] The group, being the Anglophiles they were, had loved that record, and were also among the very small number of Americans to like the music made by John's Children's guitarist's new folk duo, Tyrannosaurus Rex: [Excerpt: Tyrannosaurus Rex, "Debora"] When Tyrannosaurus Rex supported the Turtles, indeed, Volman and Kaylan became very close to Marc Bolan, and told him that the next time they were in England they'd have to get together, maybe even record together. That would happen not that many years later, with results we'll be getting to in... episode 201, by my current calculations. But John's Children hadn't had a hit, and indeed nobody on White Whale other than the Turtles had. So White Whale desperately wanted to stop the Turtles having any independence, and to make sure they continued to be their hit factory. They worked with the group's roadie, Dave Krambeck, to undermine the group's faith in their manager, Bill Utley, who supported the group in their desire for independence. Soon, Krambeck and White Whale had ousted Utley, and Krambeck had paid Utley fifty thousand dollars for their management contract, with the promise of another two hundred thousand later. That fifty thousand dollars had been taken by Krambeck as an advance against the Turtles' royalties, so they were really buying themselves out. Except that Krambeck then sold the management contract on to a New York management firm, without telling the group. He then embezzled as much of the group's ready cash as he could and ran off to Mexico, without paying Utley his two hundred thousand dollars. The Turtles were out of money, and they were being sued by Utley because he hadn't had the money he should have had, and by the big New York firm, because  since the Turtles hadn't known they were now legally their managers they were in breach of contract. They needed money quickly, and so they signed with another big management company, this one co-owned by Bill Cosby, in the belief that Cosby's star power might be able to get them some better bookings. It did -- one of the group's first gigs after signing with the new company was at the White House. It turned out they were Tricia Nixon's favourite group, and so they and the Temptations were booked at her request for a White House party. The group at first refused to play for a President they rightly thought of as a monster, but their managers insisted. That destroyed their reputation among the cool antiestablishment youth, of course, but it did start getting them well-paid corporate gigs. Right up until the point where Kaylan became sick at his own hypocrisy at playing these events, drank too much of the complimentary champagne at an event for the president of US Steel, went into a drunken rant about how sick the audience made him, and then about how his bandmates were a bunch of sellouts, threw his mic into a swimming pool, and quit while still on stage. He was out of the band for two months, during which time they worked on new material without him, before they made up and decided to work on a new album. This new album, though, was going to be more democratic. As well as being all original material, they weren't having any of this nonsense about the lead singer singing lead. This time, whoever wrote the song was going to sing lead, so Kaylan only ended up singing lead on six of the twelve songs on what turned out to be their final album, Turtle Soup. They wanted a truly great producer for the new album, and they all made lists of who they might call. The lists included a few big names like George Martin and Phil Spector, but one name kept turning up -- Ray Davies. As we'll hear in the next episode, the Kinks had been making some astonishing music since "You Really Got Me", but most of it had not been heard in the US. But the Turtles all loved the Kinks' 1968 album The Kinks Are The Village Green Preservation Society, which they considered the best album ever made: [Excerpt: The Kinks, "Animal Farm"] They got in touch with Davies, and he agreed to produce the album -- the first time he did any serious outside production work -- and eventually they were able to persuade White Whale, who had no idea who he was, to allow him to produce it. The resulting album is by far the group's strongest album-length work, though there were problems -- Davies' original mix of the album was dominated by the orchestral parts written by Wrecking Crew musician Ray Pohlman, while the group thought that their own instruments should be more audible, since they were trying to prove that they were a proper band. They remixed it themselves, annoying Davies, though reissues since the eighties have reverted to a mix closer to Davies' intentions. Some of the music, like Pons' "Dance This Dance With Me", perhaps has the group trying a little *too* hard to sound like the Kinks: [Excerpt: The Turtles, "Dance This Dance With Me"] But on the other hand, Kaylan's "You Don't Have to Walk in the Rain" is the group's last great pop single, and has one of the best lines of any single from the sixties -- "I look at your face, I love you anyway": [Excerpt: The Turtles, "You Don't Have to Walk in the Rain"] But the album produced no hits, and the group were getting more and more problems from their label. White Whale tried to get Volman and Kaylan to go to Memphis without the other band members to record with Chips Moman, but they refused -- the Turtles were a band, and they were proud of not having session players play their parts on the records. Instead, they started work with Jerry Yester producing on a new album, to be called Shell Shock. They did, though bow to pressure and record a terrible country track called "Who Would Ever Think That I Would Marry Margaret" backed by session players, at White Whale's insistence, but managed to persuade the label not to release it. They audited White Whale and discovered that in the first six months of 1969 alone -- a period where they hadn't sold that many records -- they'd been underpaid by a staggering six hundred and fifty thousand dollars. They sued the label for several million, and in retaliation, the label locked them out of the recording studio, locking their equipment in there. They basically begged White Whale to let them record one last great single, one last throw of the dice. Jim Pons had, for years, known a keyboard player named Bob Harris, and had recently got to know Harris' wife, Judee Sill. Sill had a troubled life -- she was a heroin addict, and had at times turned to streetwalking to earn money, and had spent time in prison for armed robbery -- but she was also an astonishing songwriter, whose music was as inspired by Bach as by any pop or folk composer. Sill had been signed to Blimp, the Turtles' new production and publishing company, and Pons was co-producing some tracks on her first album, with Graham Nash producing others. Pons thought one song from that album, "Lady-O", would be perfect for the Turtles: [Excerpt: Judee Sill, "Lady-O"] (music continues under) The Turtles stuck closely to Sill's vision of the song. So closely that you haven't noticed that before I started talking, we'd already switched from Sill's record to the Turtles' version. [Excerpt: The Turtles, "Lady-O"] That track, with Sill on guitar backing Kaylan, Volman, and Nichol's vocals, was the last Turtles single to be released while the band were together. Despite “Lady O” being as gorgeous a melody as has ever been produced in the rock world, it sank without trace, as did a single from the Shell Shock sessions released under a pseudonym, The Dedications. White Whale followed that up, to the group's disgust, with "Who Would Ever Think That I Would Marry Margaret?", and then started putting out whatever they had in the vaults, trying to get the last few pennies, even releasing their 1965 album track version of "Eve of Destruction" as if it were a new single. The band were even more disgusted when they discovered that, thanks to the flurry of suits and countersuits, they not only could no longer perform as the Turtles, but White Whale were laying legal claim to their own names. They couldn't perform under those names -- Howard Kaylan, Mark Volman, and the rest were the intellectual property of White Whale, according to the lawyers. The group split up, and Kaylan and Volman did some session work, including singing on a demo for a couple of new songwriters: [Excerpt: Steely Dan, "Everyone's Gone to the Movies"] When that demo got the songwriters a contract, one of them actually phoned up to see if Kaylan wanted a permanent job in their new band, but they didn't want Volman as well, so Kaylan refused, and Steely Dan had to do without him. Volman and Kaylan were despondent, washed-up, has-been ex-rock stars. But when they went to see a gig by their old friend Frank Zappa, it turned out that he was looking for exactly that. Of course, they couldn't use their own names, but the story of the Phlorescent Leech and Eddie is a story for another time...

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