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American singer, songwriter, producer and bandleader from South Carolina

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The Drive with Lon Tay & Derek Piper
06/29/22 Hour 2: St. Rita basketball coach Roshawn Russell on Morez Johnson, James Brown & Nojus Indrusaitis

The Drive with Lon Tay & Derek Piper

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 54:01


Lon and Derek are joined by St. Rita boys basketball coach Roshawn Russell discuss what he's seen from Illini commit Morez Johnson and he also breaks down Illini targets James Brown and Nojus Indrusaitis. 

Rock N Roll Pantheon
E130: Bill Brewster & Frank Broughton on DJ history + Dom Phillips + Elvis

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 89:17


In this episode we welcome dynamic duo Bill Brewster and Frank Broughton to Hammersmith as they prepare for the publication of a newly expanded edition of their mighty Last Night a DJ Saved My Life.Bill and Frank talk about the original mission behind the book, as well as their different routes into dance music. They recall how they met and combined forces in '90s New York, where DJs such as Frankie Knuckles and Junior Vasquez proved transformative figures. Co-host Mark recalls seeing Bill and Frank DJ'ing at Fabric in 2000 and then reading the original edition of Last Night…Recalling their first articles for Mixmag in the '90s, the DJ History duo reminisce about the late Dom Phillips, the magazine's former editor who was so brutally murdered in the Amazon this month. They praise the courage Dom showed in confronting Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro and exposing the criminal gangs behind much of the Amazon's deforestation.Bill and Frank discuss the process of researching and writing Last Night…, barely knowing if figures such as Bronx hip hop legend were even still alive, and explain what turned clubs like Larry Levan's Paradise Garage into "religious" experiences.The week's new audio interview – Bill and Frank's own 2005 quizzing of drum and bass legend Fabio – proves infectiously enjoyable as they hear themselves asking the Brixton-born DJ about Crackers and Spectrum.The episode concludes with thoughts on Elvis Presley and the new biopic made by Baz Luhrman, after which Mark talks us through library pieces he's added about Bill Haley (1957), Billie Holiday (1959) and Buffalo Springfield (1968), while Jasper concludes proceedings with quotes from pieces about Kanye West (2016) and Arlo Parks (2019).Many thanks to special guests Bill Brewster and Frank Broughton. The new edition of Last Night a DJ Saved My Life is published by White Rabbit and available to pre-order now.Pieces discussed: House, Rave, DJ Kool Herc, Dom Phillips, Fabio audio, Elvis, Comeback Special, Elvis and Black Music, Billie Holiday, Bob Dylan, James Brown, Bob Marley, Bill Haley, Buffalo Springfield, Kanye West and Arlo Parks.

Smuggler's Galaxy: A Star Wars Collecting Podcast

It's Joefest time! Glen and Jason roadtrip to Agusta GA, birthplace of James Brown and home to Joefest. Listen to what they found and also figure out who Glen can add to his list of celebrity run ins. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/smugglersgalaxy/support

Questlove Supreme
QLS Classic: Christian McBride

Questlove Supreme

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 85:45


American jazz virtuoso and bassist Christian McBride talks about playing with Miles Davis as a high schooler, the "ins and outs" of his craft and how he got himself all tangled up in James Brown's world. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Kobe Bible Fellowship 神戸バイブルフェローシップ

“Surrender What You Can't Control” Message by James Brown     MESSAGE NOTES Philippians 4:6-7 The post 2022.6.26 Sunday JP-EN bilingual service first appeared on Kobe Bible Fellowship 神戸バイブルフェローシップ.

St Thomas' Talks
Sunday 26th June 2022 - James Brown - Jesus Our Saviour (Romans 8:28-39)

St Thomas' Talks

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 32:10


5 Things
Which cases make it to the Supreme Court?

5 Things

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 12:11


The Supreme Court receives about 10,000 petitions a year. With so many important issues out there, which cases actually make it before the nine Justices? Is there a way to lobby them to listen? What is the method they use in choosing which cases they will here and which ones they won't? The team at 5 Things sat down with USA TODAY's Supreme Court reporter John Fritze to talk about the process to get a case heard before the high court.To follow James Brown on Twitter, click here.To follow John Fritze on Twitter, click here.For more from John Fritze, click hereEpisode Transcript available hereAlso available at art19.com/shows/5-ThingsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

RNZ: Standing Room Only
Poet James Brown's treasure trove

RNZ: Standing Room Only

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 12:02


Lynn meets Wellington poet James Brown, whose latest collection is called The Tip Shop. It's a treasure trove of surprises and appropriately includes some 'found poems'. The collection also offers glimpses into Jame's life from his time as a nightime supermarket shelf filler, learning how to roll boulders through to a rather long list of musts and must nots. James Brown describes himself as 'a Sunday poet who fell in with the wrong crowd'.

Blame It On The Media
Ladies Choice

Blame It On The Media

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 54:58


TRACKLISTLeslie Lello feat. Bunny Chapel - Go SomewhereTom Booze - Junk The FunkBohannon - Save Their Souls (Poolside Edit)Afro Dub - On The Street (DJ Moy Rework)The Quantic Soul Orchestra feat. Alice Russell - Pushin On (AArmstrong Remix)One Way - Cutie Pie (Funk Ferret Edit)Parliament - Chocolate City (Chuck Wild's Bronco Drama Mix)Get Down Edits - Dirty (The Queen & Disco)James Brown - Drive Your Funky SoulFunky Destination - Vintage SatisfactionThe Police - Voices Inside My Head (DJManos Mix)Das Komplex - Onomatopeja Limacza

DJ Bennie James Podcast

It's virtually impossible to pick 10 of my most favorite songs as I probably have hundreds if not thousands but here's 10 songs that never get old to me and touch a special place in my soul. Hope you grow to love them as much as I do. Artists include: The Controllers, Luther Vandross, Maxwell, James Brown, Jean Adebambo, Omar, Rahsaan Patterson, Stevie Wonder, Maze, Midnight Star. Become a premium member for extra content at djbenniejames.supercast.comTips at cash app $djbenniejamesLicensed for digital streaming & play  ASCAP 400009874 & BMI - 61044939Special Thanks as always to:  Donna at Life Destiny SOULutions, The Gardner Family, The Brown Family, Omar Boyles Promotions. Support the show

Rock's Backpages
E130: Bill Brewster & Frank Broughton on DJ history + Dom Phillips + Elvis

Rock's Backpages

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 89:17


In this episode we welcome dynamic duo Bill Brewster and Frank Broughton to Hammersmith as they prepare for the publication of a newly expanded edition of their mighty Last Night a DJ Saved My Life.Bill and Frank talk about the original mission behind the book, as well as their different routes into dance music. They recall how they met and combined forces in '90s New York, where DJs such as Frankie Knuckles and Junior Vasquez proved transformative figures. Co-host Mark recalls seeing Bill and Frank DJ'ing at Fabric in 2000 and then reading the original edition of Last Night…Recalling their first articles for Mixmag in the '90s, the DJ History duo reminisce about the late Dom Phillips, the magazine's former editor who was so brutally murdered in the Amazon this month. They praise the courage Dom showed in confronting Brazilian president Jair Bolsonaro and exposing the criminal gangs behind much of the Amazon's deforestation.Bill and Frank discuss the process of researching and writing Last Night…, barely knowing if figures such as Bronx hip hop legend were even still alive, and explain what turned clubs like Larry Levan's Paradise Garage into "religious" experiences.The week's new audio interview – Bill and Frank's own 2005 quizzing of drum and bass legend Fabio – proves infectiously enjoyable as they hear themselves asking the Brixton-born DJ about Crackers and Spectrum.The episode concludes with thoughts on Elvis Presley and the new biopic made by Baz Luhrman, after which Mark talks us through library pieces he's added about Bill Haley (1957), Billie Holiday (1959) and Buffalo Springfield (1968), while Jasper concludes proceedings with quotes from pieces about Kanye West (2016) and Arlo Parks (2019).Many thanks to special guests Bill Brewster and Frank Broughton. The new edition of Last Night a DJ Saved My Life is published by White Rabbit and available to pre-order now.Pieces discussed: House, Rave, DJ Kool Herc, Dom Phillips, Fabio audio, Elvis, Comeback Special, Elvis and Black Music, Billie Holiday, Bob Dylan, James Brown, Bob Marley, Bill Haley, Buffalo Springfield, Kanye West and Arlo Parks.

Before the Lights
Kevin Baldes

Before the Lights

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 31:47


This show includes:How Kevin started playing bass, how the name LIT came about, & being on tour for 2 years after “My Own Worst Enemy” was released. Playing Woodstock in 1999 that includes a James Brown story.New LP- “Taste Like Gold” Tracks “Yeah, Yeah, Yeah”, & “Kicked Off Plane” is this a true story?Growing a new audience of a different generation, performing, & secret to the band staying together for so long. The album's artwork that Kevin shot which leads to how he got into photography?Links:LIT Website: https://www.litband.com/Order Taste Like Gold HERE: https://orcd.co/tasteslikegoldKevin Baldes Photography: http://www.kevinbaldes.com/ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beforethelightspodcast/Support the Show: https://www.beforethelightspod.com/supportBook Tommy: https://www.beforethelightspod.com/public-speaking

The Black Soul Music Experience Podcast
The Black Soul Music Experience podcast:Season Finale:Tributes episode # 36

The Black Soul Music Experience Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 1:33


As i close out Black Music Month,we're going to do Tributes:honoring our African American Musicians that have passed away:today,and down thru the years.Selections from:Michael Jackson,Prince,Luther Vandross,Marvin Gaye,Aretha Franklin,Minnie Riperton,Mary Wells,James Brown,Edwin Hawkins,Mahailia Jackson,Miles Davis,Tupac,Biggie,Manu Dibango and more. --- 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/samuel-wilsonjr/message

Ricochet's Unpacking the News
Harbinger Book Club: 'Code White' & 'Bent Out of Shape' (Harbinger Society Presents ep39)

Ricochet's Unpacking the News

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 69:54


On Harbinger Society Presents ep39 ‘Code White: Sounding the Alarm on Violence Against Healthcare Workers' co-authors Margaret Keith and Jim Brophy and ‘Bent Out of Shape: Shame, Solidarity and Women's Bodies at Work' author Karen Messing join host Andre Goulet to discuss their recent books and how healthcare work, health and wellbeing, advocacy research and more intersect in a special co-presentation with publisher Between the Lines. Plus: Council of Canadians Trade and Privatization campaigner Nik Barry-Shaw explains why we need a People's Vaccine and avid Ottawa-watcher and Harbinger Atlantic correspondent James Brown dunks outrageously on Pierre Polievre from the safety of St. John's, Newfoundland. Get your copies of 'Code White' and 'Bent Out of Shape' and check out the 2022 Between the Lines line-up of outstanding left books at https://btlbooks.com/ Find out more about the People's Vaccine campaign and get involved with the Council of Canadians at https://canadians.org/action/open-letter-vaccine-justice

Ricochet's Unpacking the News
Harbinger Book Club: 'Code White' & 'Bent Out of Shape' (+ Vaccine Apartheid w/ The Council of Canadians)

Ricochet's Unpacking the News

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 69:54


On this episode ‘Code White: Sounding the Alarm on Violence Against Healthcare Workers' co-authors Margaret Keith and Jim Brophy and ‘Bent Out of Shape: Shame, Solidarity and Women's Bodies at Work' author Karen Messing join host Andre Goulet to discuss their recent books and how healthcare work, health and wellbeing, advocacy research and more intersect in a special co-presentation with publisher Between the Lines. Plus: Council of Canadians Trade and Privatization campaigner Nik Barry-Shaw explains why we need a People's Vaccine and avid Ottawa-watcher and Harbinger Atlantic correspondent James Brown dunks outrageously on Pierre Polievre from the safety of St. John's, Newfoundland. Get your copies of 'Code White' and 'Bent Out of Shape' and check out the 2022 Between the Lines line-up of outstanding left books at https://btlbooks.com/ Find out more about the People's Vaccine campaign and get involved with the Council of Canadians at https://canadians.org/action/open-letter-vaccine-justice

Brown Sports Bag
Brown Sports Bag 264

Brown Sports Bag

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 54:06


James Brown and John Butler talk about US Open golf, and local golfers competing on summer tours. They also talk about MLB and college baseball. And a law that will impact students who want to transfer to school districts in which they are not residents and participate in sports.

StoryCorps
It All Starts With A Song

StoryCorps

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 23:56


Everyone's heard of James Brown and Stevie Wonder, but how about the women who helped make them who they are? For our last episode of this season, we'll get to know the unsung icons behind some of the most iconic music.

5 Things
Hopes, fears & fatherhood: Dads tell what makes a good parent on Father's Day 2022

5 Things

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 21:59


This one's for the dads. Whether you have fond memories of time spent with your dad, time spent with a father figure in your life or you remember back to the time you first became a dad. This episode is for you.USA Today's James Brown and Music Journalist Saby Reyes-Kulkarni sat down to discuss the ups and downs, hopes and fears and expectations versus reality of parenting; including becoming a father after 40.Reyes-Kulkarni shares the eye opening moment when he saw himself in his four-and-a-half year old daughter for the first time and what it was like 'arguing with yourself.'Reyes-Kulkarni said of his daughter, "She's very particular. And I like it! Because I have an instant kinship with it, even though it's mostly directed at me."James and USA Today's Tim Gardner discuss what it's like to have and raise twin boys, how priorities shift with children and how his father was a good example of fatherhood.To follow James Brown on Twitter, click here.You can find articles written by Saby Reyes-Kulkarni in Spin, Billboard, Paste, Pitchfork and Bandcamp.To follow Saby Reyes-Kulkarni on Twitter, click here.You can also subscribe to Saby's substack by clicking here.To follow Tim Gardner on Twitter, click here.Episode Transcript available hereAlso available at art19.com/shows/5-ThingsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Sports Spectrum Podcast
James Brown - Sports Spectrum Minute

Sports Spectrum Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 2:40


Welcome to the Sports Spectrum Minute. A new segment featuring a short clip of inspiration from a previous Sports Spectrum Podcast interview. Today we hear from James Brown, the host of the NFL Today on CBS each Sunday during the football season. JB appeared on Sports Spectrum's Podcast in June 2017. You can listen to the entire interview here.  Receive our Sports Spectrum Devotional written by professional athletes for FREE when you sign up for our Sports Spectrum Weekly Email Newsletter. Sign up here.

Phillydogs Revue
Episode 106: Philly Dogs Revue 06/18/22

Phillydogs Revue

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2022 114:30


1 Things Done Changed El Michels Affair 02:34 Stack The Deck b/w Things Done Changed2 Dragnet For Jesus Sister Wynona Carr 02:52 Dragnet For Jesus3 That's What Friends Are For Staple Singers 04:06 Be What You Are4 Feel Like Jumping Marcia Griffiths 03:36 Studio One Rockers5 Black Grass Bad Bascomb 02:52 Black Grass Music6 Love Power Dusty Springfield 02:11 7 Polk Salad Annie Dillard Crume And The Soul Rockers 04:06 458 Some Guy's Have All The Luck (Atco 6943) The Persuaders 03:31 Love's Gonna Pack Up (Singles + Rarities)9 I'm a Fool For You Baby Barbara West 02:29 Single Ronn 2210 De rong song Benjamin Zephaniah 00:59 Belly of De Beast...11 Gungu Walk Gilzene And The Blue Light Mento Band 04:33 Sweet Sweet Jamaica12 I Ain't New To This Leela James 02:31 My Soul13 Green Grass Bill Withers 03:08 +'Justments14 Shout Love Daytoner 04:04 Remote Connections15 Dancing Dimensions Ural Thomas & the Pain 03:37 Dancing Dimensions16 Old Songs Betty Wright & The Roots 05:40 Betty Wright: The Movie17 $$$ Huntin' Swamp Dogg 05:31 Love, Loss, and Auto-Tune18 What Happened Bim Sherman 03:49 What Happened19 Road To Islay Quantic & Alice Russell With The Combo Barbaro 03:09 Look Around The Corner20 One in a Million Nicole Willis & UMO Jazz Orchestra 04:17 My Name Is Nicole Willis21 Slave Trade Mista Savona 05:08 Havana Meets Kingston Part 222 Crazy Afrobeat New Cool Collective 07:16 Big Band LIVE23 Lou-E-Zee-YANAA The Apples 05:56 Buzzin' About24 The Lock Lettuce 05:06 Unify25 Things Got To Get Better (Get Together) Marva Whitney w/Lyn Collins & James Brown 03:36 James Brown's Original Funky Divas - DISC 126 Stretch Your Rubber Band The Meters 02:45 Zony Mash27 Tell Me (feat. Rickey Calloway) The Soul Motivators 04:08 Mindblastin' EP28 Heel and Toe The Grits 04:45 Make A Sound29 Funky Get Down chuck brown 04:00 We're about the business30 Losers Weepers full Etta James 05:14 Losers Weepers with Bonus Tracks (1970)

MOCRadio.com Podcasts
MOC Old Skool Mix Party (Summertime '22) (Aired On MOCRadio 6-11-22)

MOCRadio.com Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 116:03


This week on the 'MOC Old Skool Mix Party', Metro Beatz takes you back with music from Donell Jones, Raekwon, James Brown, TLC, Prince and more!! Listen live every Saturday at 6pm (EST) on mocradio.com

THE MISTERman's Take
#The JB's The Grunt

THE MISTERman's Take

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 4:10


#The JB's The Grunt # one of many classic instrumentals by the James Brown band# great musicianship, production and arrangements # heavily sampled by Public enemy amongst others# song composed by James Brown and the band# producer James brown # respect and Rip James brown --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/mr-maxxx/support

For the Record: The 70s
Ep. 6 - The 70s Roots of Hip Hop

For the Record: The 70s

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 33:47


Mainstream hip hop burst onto the scene with "Rapper's Delight" by the Sugarhill Gang in 1979, but hip hop's roots go deeper than that into 70s music. Hip hop godfathers Gil Scott-Heron and James Brown helped pave the way for rap and hip hop to become a commercial success, as did Chic with their funky disco smash, "Good Times" in 1979. There is some irony in "Good Times" being liberally "borrowed" by Sugarhill Records for "Rapper's Delight" as it was disco's (and Chic's) last big hit, while it was just the beginning of what was to come for hip hop. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/amy-lively/message

Blame It On The Media

Aunt B - Oh YeahJames Brown - Ain't it FunkyPrince - Sign O The TimesDavid Bowie x James Brown - Fame MachineDizzy Gillespie - Manteca (Funky Lowlives Remix)Ohio Players - Fire (The Reflex Revision)Ol' Dirty Bastard & Kelis x The Revenge - Got Your Money/Heavy Love (Bobby Cooper Mix)Block & Crown & Paul Parsons - Be HappyMary J Blige - Be HappyRisk Assessment - Dancing In My EyesBarry White - It's Ecstasy When You Lay Down Next To MeSoul Rebels & Lisa Millet - I'll Be Good (Dr Packer Remix)Nigel Evans feat. Laura Vane - Who's Got Me (Art Of Tones Remix)

Black in The Maritimes
The Sounds Of Juneteenth

Black in The Maritimes

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 43:06


On this episode, we celebrate Juneteenth by curating and explaining music that celebrates it from Bob Marley, Billie Holiday, Nina Simone, James Brown, Beyonce and Kendrick Lamar. We explore their lyrics and give a history of what is Holiday all […] The post The Sounds Of Juneteenth appeared first on Black In The Maritimes.

Brown Sports Bag
Brown Sports Bag 263

Brown Sports Bag

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 54:11


James Brown and John Butler talk about the end of the 2021-22 high school sports. They recap college baseball playoffs and softball World Series.

Today's Top Tune
Eamon: ‘Come On Through'

Today's Top Tune

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 2:18


Somewhere between MC 900 Ft. Jesus, James Brown, and Jimi Hendrix lies Eamon's “Come On Through.” Go ahead, give it a whirl. 

Cedarbrook Church Sunday Podcast
Need To Know - Week #2 - Qadosh - James Brown

Cedarbrook Church Sunday Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 26:23


5 Things
All things Apple: The latest announcements from the tech giant

5 Things

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 12, 2022 17:13


Apple's World Wide Developers Conference wrapped up on Friday with the announcement of new software (I.O.S. 16) and new features to Imessage. But are these changes enough to keep people devoted to the tech giant and it's ecosystem? Or is the thrill gone?The team at 5 Things sat down with USA TODAY tech guru Brett Molina to get his take on what's new with Apple. He talks about what he liked, what was meh and what he didn't like from the WWDC.To read more from Brett Molina about the WWDC click here.To follow James Brown on Twitter, click here.To follow Brett Molina on Twitter, click here.Episode Transcript available hereAlso available at art19.com/shows/5-ThingsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Drop with Danno on GFN 광주영어방송
2022.06.10 Coming Home *WORLD PREMIERE* with Nurdjana

The Drop with Danno on GFN 광주영어방송

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 128:22


As broadcast June 10, 2022 with plenty of laughs in memory for our stream experience.  Tonight we welcomed Dutch Canada-based singer-songwriter Nurdana De Rijcke  to the show to talk about her new EP "Coming Home," which drops on Tuesday.  Inspired and written by her dearly departed father Rob, Nurdjana took these songs and put her own imprint on them to both pay tribute and bring closure to the process of loss.  Despite the background of loss, this two hour show is certainly a summery celebration of music, with Nurdjana bringing her favorites to the forefront in a playlist of inspirations to her soulful sound.#feelthegravityTracklisting:Part I (00:00)Gnarls Barkley – CrazyKobo Town – London TownJupiter & Okwess – Na KozongaCymande - BraFinley Quaye – Sunday ShiningThe Roots – The Seed 2.0 Part II (31:49)Alogte Oho & His Sounds of Joy – Yu Ya YummaQuadron – Slippin'Kendra Morris – This LifeBetty Harris – There's A Break In The RoadLyn Collins – Take Me Just As I AmMarijata – No Condition Is Permanent Part III (61:34)Nurdjana – Do The Right ThingStevie Wonder – Higher GroundAretha Franklin – Save MeLake Street Dive – Good KisserSharon Jones & The Dap-Kings – How Do I Let A Good Man Down?Jamie Lidell – Another Day Part IV (94:29)Nurdjana – She Gives Me WaterMadcon – Beggin'John Legend – Save RoomJoss Stone – Put Your Hands On MeAmy Winehouse – Back To BlackMayer Hawthorne – A Long Time 

Musiques du monde
Session Live et reportage Musiques Métisses Angoulême (1/2)

Musiques du monde

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2022 48:30


L'équipe de Musiques du monde s'est rendue à la 46ème édition du Festival Musiques Métisses d'Angoulême, un festival précurseur et militant depuis 1976 ! Nous avons monté un home studio à la maison alsacienne, au bord de la Charente. Avec la griotte de Montréal Djely Tapa, Patrick Duval, programmateur du festival, Christian Mousset en 1976, fondateur du festival, l'artiviste brésilien Lucas Santtana, les créoles de Lyon Dowdelin et les funky klezmer américains de Abraham Inc, avec Fred Wesley (trombone JB's, James Brown, George Clinton, Ike & Tina Turner), le clarinettiste klezmer David Krakauer et le pianiste et producteur de hip hop canadien Socalled. #SessionLive et entrevue avec Djely Tapa : Néo-soul • Mali/Canada Notre 1ère invitée est la griotte de Montréal Djely Tapa. «Je pars dans le futur avec l'héritage africain», résumait-elle à TV5 Monde début 2019, en parlant de son album Barokan. Pour cet opus, la griotte de Montréal, à la voix magnifique et puissante, a travaillé avec Caleb Rimtobaye, alias Afrotonix, adepte du mouvement afrofuturiste et sacré meilleur DJ africain en 2018. En résulte une production audacieuse, acclamée par la critique, où les traditions mandingues et le blues du désert ondulent joliment sous une fascinante brise synthétique.   Album Barokan, Disques (Nuit d'Afrique – 2019)   Djely Tapa à lire sur RFI Musique.   Titres interprétés par Djely Tapa au studio RFI_Angoulême - Titre 1 Dya voir vidéo RFI - Titre 2 Départ pour Lune.    Line up Djely Tapa Djely Tapa, chant Assane Seck, guitare Auguste Donald Dogbo, batterie Jonathan Arseneau, basse.     #SessionLive et entrevue avec Lucas Santtana  Après Djely Tapa, puis nous rejoignons l'artiste bahianais dans les jardins du quai Magelis. O céu é velho há muito tempo est le 8ème album de l'artiste brésilien. Le 9ème est attendu en janvier 2023 chez No Format. Pour son huitième album, Lucas Santtana revient à la simplicité guitare-voix, dans l'esprit de ses pairs tropicalistes (Gilberto Gil, Tom Zé ou Caetano Veloso). À une époque où tout le monde crie très fort, où personne ne veut écouter l'autre, il décide de chuchoter aux oreilles des gens. Il cherche les points d'intersection entre l'intime et la situation politique et sociale, très dégradée au Brésil depuis l'élection du président populiste d'extrême droite Jair Bolsonaro. Entouré d'une jeune garde créative (Jaloo, Linn da Quebrada, DUDA BEAT) et de Juçara Marçal (Meta Meta), il propose un album pacifié face aux profonds dérèglements des sociétés et idées rétrogrades. Il livre ainsi un disque libre, aéré, poétique, car « même si les temps sont obscurs, ils passeront, car tout est cyclique. D'où le nom du disque : « le ciel est vieux depuis longtemps ».   Titres interprétés en guitare voix au studio RFI_Angoulême Meu Primeiro Amor voir vidéo RFI. Brasil Patriota #SessionLive Dowdelin, retour à la maison alsacienne, au pas de course. Aucune musique ne peut rester immobile. Mais il est rare qu'elle se dérobe autant à la géographie et à la généalogie qu'avec Dowdelin. Langue créole, beat de la Caraïbe, énergies urbaines, virtuosité éclatante, électro sensuelle. Le groupe oue en un lieu singulier où s'emmêlent les genres et les couleurs, les héritages et les audaces. Album Lamnou Lamnou (Undergog Records – 2022)   Titres interprétés par Dowdelin au studio RFI_Angoulême Mama Wé Lanmou Lanmou voir vidéo RFI.   Line Up Dowdelin David Kiledjian, sax, clavier Gregory Boudras, batterie Olivya Victorin, chant Raphaël Philibert, percu «ka» sax.   Son : Mathias Taylor Vidéo : Dominique Fiant.   Puis je file backstage pour retrouver les 3 Mousquetaires d'Abraham Inc : Fred Wesley, David Krakauer et Socalled, confortablement installés dans la loge du tromboniste. En réunissant trois grands maîtres venus d'horizons différents, Abraham Inc. crée, dans un brassage magique de leurs traditions musicales, un nouveau genre irrésistible. David Krakauer, clarinettiste virtuose à la renommée internationale et l'un des plus grands innovateurs de la musique klezmer, Socalled, artiste sampler génial et renégat du hip-hop et Fred Wesley, architecte légendaire du funk, s'associent ici pour offrir une musique inattendue, inspirante, dansante et envoûtante.   Album Together we stand (Label Bleu – 2019).

Deep House with a Kiss of Soul
TDJROS 201st episode

Deep House with a Kiss of Soul

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 95:50


This is a live mix performed online that aired on DAB+ in the UK. (LABR) Featuring songs from Cameo, OJays, James Brown, Rakim, Mary J Blige and Salt & Pepa! It's a cool party and a great mix to play in the gym, at home or when traveling around the world.   Peace R

Entrepreneur Network Podcast
Following Your Passion with James Brown and One Foot In Front Of The Other with Simon Leslie

Entrepreneur Network Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 39:42


As the world turns, entrepreneurs are flourishing.  Joining Alan this week is Jason Brown, founder and CEO of Family Central.  Jason started building chains of retail stores until 1999 when he dove into the digital world and started building digitally native businesses.  Though he was successful in building new companies, he also experienced failure.  As the world was changing with so were the consumers and that caused a ripple affect.  However he was given an opportunity to which he and his team spent 4 years building and running a multi million dollar immigration company which helped men and women and their families in foreign countries move to the United Sates.  He helped them make a financial investment and establish their green card.  He then went on to create Persona Nutrition, a personalized nutrition business where you go online, receive free coaching, and get a customized nutrition program of vitamins, minerals, herbs and supplements.  Later this company was sold to Nestle Health Science in 2019.  From there he and his team created Family Central, a depository of information that allows communication of your family, cradle to grave.  It empowers your family to be in a secure environment where they can store all kinds of documents such as medical records, ID's, immunization cards, and share with other members, or to be put into a secure vault.  Family Central is helps with global family stress that is caused by chaos.  With the leveraged technology by using Cloud Based tech, it empowers family at their fingertips.  Another feature they offer are Legacy videos, which allows a family member to make a video recording for their loved ones which can be used to say, goodbye, I Love You, or how to handle their assets after they are gone.  James was asked to give one sound advice to up and coming entrepreneurs.  Follow your passion, find what makes you happy, focus on it, and surround yourself with people who are much smarter than you to make it happen. Up next is Simon Leslie, CEO of Ink, author and motivational poet.  Simon wrote a book called, Equanimity, which basically he describes as remaining calm under pressure.  Simon has faced many failures and changes but through his book, he found his way back.  The book focuses on 52 interviews with messages that resonated with him and later turned into a support line for him.  Powerful messages from kindness, gratitude, health & wellbeing, negotiating, selling, and brain power.  However through the writing of the book he realized that he was a broken human a complete mess.  Yet here he is writing a book on how to live a better life.  So decided to make the second half about his turn around and what he has learned through these interviews that impacted his life.  Alan asked Simon which interviews touched his heart?  The first to come to mind is, Allison Levine, American woman you climbed Mount Everest, and crossed Antarctica.   Her story of determination and her attitude of never say never resonated with Simon.  She just kept putting one foot in front of the other and for Simon, that became his mantra.  There were a few other stories from Adrienne Banker, who spoke of kindness, to Tim Grover who coached Michael Jordan, delivering a power message about having a winning mindset.  So what advice would Simon give, "One foot in front of the other, pay it forward, meditate and be more conscious." [00:00:00] Organic To Go [00:06:01] Immigration [00:11:30] Cloud Based Legacy [00:18:51] Remain Calm Under Pressure [00:26:57] Powerful Messages [00:33:52] One Foot In Front Of The Other

Brown Sports Bag
Brown Sports Bag 262

Brown Sports Bag

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 49:07


Taylor Ogles and Caroline Murphy join James Brown and John Butler to talk about winning state titles in high jump.

The Jake Feinberg Show
The Alex Stewart Interview

The Jake Feinberg Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 103:35


The life of a life musical performer playing Syncretic Music or Melodically improvising or playing your ass off its all music. My guest today has continually put himself out there for the world to see either in metrics, instrumentation, cultural authenticity and peppering audiences with notes channeling his true nature with Dizzy Gillespie and Dee Dee Bridgewater. And while being brought in and closed out of different scenes my guest strove for individual sound in both music and research. He has written authoritative material on the impact and influence of Big Bands during their heyday continuing that tradition today here in Burlington working with a band part Dixie Swing Part Classical Part Blues. He has written on the origins of Afro-Beat. The pulsating rhythms fused by James Brown and Fela Kuti and to a lesser extent Hugh Masekela and Roy Ayers. Tony Allen holding it down with Fela vamping with that Gallop. I sit with my guest today in his office at The University of Vermont hoping that my guests realizes the bravery and individuality he has exhibited through the years. To speak your mind on the bandstand and in the classroom and all over the world is legacy. The divine is love and love is leadership, love and life. Alex Stewart Welcome to the Jake Feinberg Show

5 Things
Caution: 'Cruel summer' ahead as gas price surge continues

5 Things

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 5, 2022 15:22


Surging gas and food prices are pointing to a less than ideal summer for most Americans. According to AAA, the national average for a gallon of unleaded gas in the United States right now is $4.81. Diesel is currently averaging $5.61 a gallon. As high as this seems, sadly the forecast is only moving toward higher numbers throughout the summer driving season.J.P. Morgan is forecasting a national average for a gallon of unleaded gas to hit $6.20 a gallon by Labor Day. Which means the outlook for a fun summer could be bleak as Americans tighten up their budgets and hunker down to compensate for the high cost of gas and food.The team at 5 Things sat down with USA TODAY reporter Medora Lee to talk about some of the reasons behind the high gas prices, what could make it worse and if there is an end in sight.For more gas price coverage click here including some of Medora's articles click here, here, and here.To learn more about Medora click here. To contact Medora email her at MJLee@usatoday.comTo follow James Brown on Twitter, click here.Episode Transcript available hereAlso available at art19.com/shows/5-ThingsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Ska Boom - An American Ska & Reggae Podcast
Ska Boom Stories - Eddy Grant & Electric Avenue

Ska Boom - An American Ska & Reggae Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 24:55


In this episode, I focus on the incredibly influential and often overlooked role that Eddy Grant has played in merging the sounds of ska, reggae, pop, dance and rock music.  I've always been a huge fan and consider Grant a musical futurist who has successfully combined the best of James Brown, Jimi Hendrix and Bob Marley into something completely unique. I'll be taking a look at Grant's diverse musical career and will also dig into his most well known American hit “Electric Avenue” which went to #2 on the Billboard charts in 1983. Grant is a musical pioneer and trailblazer who has left his mark on ska, reggae, calypso, rock and pop music and deserves credit for combining the best of Black and White music beginning in the mid-60's and up through the mid 80's. Many of Grant's songs always display a lyrical or musical edge of some kind. I've always believed he creates protest music you can dance to. Please note: The music clips included in this podcast fall under the “Fair Use Doctrine” as defined by Section 107 of the Copyright Act. The law allows for use of music clips for purposes of criticism, comment, and news reporting. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Music Life
Music is abstract, lyrics are concrete, with Elvis Costello, Marisa Monte, Jorge Drexler and Leo Sidran

Music Life

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 41:54


Elvis Costello, Marisa Monte, Jorge Drexler and Leo Sidran discuss how to create emotional lyrics, shouting to make yourself heard, arriving at the idea of a song through its title, competing with the scale of music, and working in multiple languages. Elvis Costello is a singer, songwriter, and producer who has sold millions of records both as a solo artist and with his amazing bands. His diverse genres and thoughtful lyrics have earned him various accolades including two Grammys, and an induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Marisa Monte is widely recognized as one of the greatest Brazilian singers and composers of all time. She completely shook up the role of women in the Brazilian music landscape, by becoming her own producer, business, and artistic director. She's received four Latin Grammys so far, and is one-third of Brazilian supergroup Tribalistas. Jorge Drexler is a musician, singer, and composer from Uruguay. He trained as a doctor, but soon realised he wanted to dedicate his life to music. He's been releasing records for over 30 years, combining styles from across the Iberoamerican world. Latin Grammy-winning producer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Leo Sidran's fascination with Spanish culture has led him to a celebrated career in music producing, composing and podcasting. Early in his career, he was “guided” on the drums by James Brown's drummer Clyde Stubblefield.

The Paul Leslie Hour
#729 - Clarence "Frogman" Henry - Original

The Paul Leslie Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 19:21


#729 - Clarence "Frogman" Henry The original Clarence "Frogman" Henry Interview is featured on The Paul Leslie Hour. Now, there is an interview floating around out there of Paul Leslie interviewing rhythm & blues singer Clarence “Frogman” Henry, that was recorded in the Frogman's home in New Orleans. But, there was an interview recorded over the telephone from before that. It went out on the radio in 2008, never to be heard again.  Until now. We're making it available. Jimmy Buffett once sang “I cut my teeth on gumbo rock, Benny Spellman and Doctor John, Sweet Irma Thomas and Frogman Henry use to boogie woogie all night long.” It was a fitting tribute. Jimmy Buffett is just one of many singers influenced by Clarence “Frogman” Henry.  Frogman's songs like "I Don't Know Why, But I Do," have been loved by young and old. With over SEVENTY years in show biz, his artistic name originates from the lyrics of million hit "Ain't Got no Home."  Frogman is one of the original performers of New Orleans Rhythm'n Blues. He is voted into Rockabilly, Westbank, Delta and Gulf Halls of Fame (and several more) including the prestigious Louisiana Music Hall of Fame.  Clarence “Frogman” Henry has entertained our Presidents and toured with the greatest - from The Beatles to Tina Turner, Dr John, James Brown and Little Richard. Frogman appears at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival every year where he always makes new fans and friends.  Frogman Henry joins The Paul Leslie Hour to talk about his life in music, what makes New Orleans unique, his time touring with the Beatles, and his friendship with Jimmy Buffett. Speaking of which, June 3rd, today is the national theatre premiere of the fun and fascinating documentary film Jazz Fest: A New Orleans Story. Please go out and see it, you'll be very glad you did. And please let Paul know what you think! You can also help The Paul Leslie Hour to continue in our work. Just go to thepaulleslie.com/support And we thank you! And now, ladies and gentlemen. The Original interview with Clarence “Frogman” Henry.

Soundcheck
Anbessa Orchestra Plays Music of Ethiopia Straight Outta Brooklyn (Archives)

Soundcheck

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 33:54


In the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, during the 1960's and ‘70s, the sounds of American jazz and James Brown-style funk rocketed through the clubs there, combining with Ethiopia's own exotic scales to produce the golden age of Ethiopian pop. The New York-based 7-piece band Anbessa Orchestra draws from this era and aims to take the listener on a musical journey from Addis Ababa to Brooklyn, with the loping grooves, buoyant brass lines, moody organ, crisp guitars, and solid percussion. Their 2018 album is called Negastat, which means “Kings,” and it is full of Ethiopian-style, horn-heavy funk. And the Anbessa Orchestra is here to play some of it in-studio. (From the Archives, 2018.) Watch "Gurage": Watch an Ethiopian scales demo: Watch "Yeleleu Hager Lidl" (Son of No Country):

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
Mixtape 17 - Talking About Weezer, Did You Know's?, Trivia And Other Topics

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 95:38


On this episode Scott and Jack talk about Weezer and a bunch of other music topics with some Did You Know's? and Music Trivia.

The Next Reel Film Podcast Master Feed
The Blues Brothers • Special Access Member Bonus

The Next Reel Film Podcast Master Feed

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 68:41


Great car chases? Check. For this month's member bonus episode, our members voted for a return to great car chases, and of the movies on the list, The Blues Brothers shot to the top. Is it nostalgia that draws us all back to this film over and over again? The great musical performances? Is it that strong a comedy? Join us – Pete Wright and Andy Nelson – as we return to our Great Car Chases series to discuss John Landis' 1980 film The Blues Brothers. It's a Member Bonus Episode for Everybody! This is our May member bonus episode. So why are you hearing it? Because once in a while, we like to throw one of our member bonus episodes out for everyone to enjoy as a reminder of the sorts of additional shows you get if you become a member. Please consider becoming a member to support this show. You'll not only be helping us out but you'll get TONS of bonus episodes. Learn more about supporting The Next Reel Film Podcast through your own membership.. We Need to Talk About John Landis. This is the fifth movie of Landis' that we've discussed on the show, yet we've never really brought up the horrific accident on the set of Twilight Zone: The Movie during Landis' segment that killed two children and actor Vic Morrow. We figure it's time to have that discussion and see if we can sort out the complexities of artists and art. There isn't an easy answer in general, but it does seem clear that Landis – particularly from the accident and beyond – should be judged more harshly than, say, a director whose criminal activities didn't take place on set. But The Blues Brothers is more than just John Landis... All that aside, a lot of other people were involved in The Blues Brothers, and we're here to celebrate them, notably Dan Ackroyd and John Belushi. Clearly, they share a love for this rhythm and blues music and feel it's important to celebrate the history of the music by including many great performers in the film like Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin, James Brown, Cab Calloway, and John Lee Hooker. Plus, John and Dan as Jake and Elwood Blues seriously know how to perform. But the movie is also an element of its time. Not only do we have the American Nazi party represented (even if it is to mock them), we also have the characters treating the female characters with little respect. It was a misogynistic time, and we certainly feel it here. Looking specifically at why it's in this series (and perhaps not our Couples on the Run series), the car chases are extravagant. Landis spent more than twice the initial budget presented by the studio and a lot of that went into creating some of the biggest car chases with the most cars destroyed than any other movie – even action movies. In fact, its record for the most cars destroyed in a film wasn't broken until this film's not-so-great 1998 sequel. This is one of the eleven films born from Saturday Night Live sketches, and it's generally considered one of the best ones. It's certainly one of the most successful of the bunch. We spend a bit of time digging into the history, success, and longevity of these spinoffs. Is this a film that works for younger generations or is this truly a product of its time that doesn't work that well for people who aren't dads? Well, we both love it but then again, we're both dads. So maybe that's saying something. Then again, we've got a full tank of gas, half a pack of cigarettes, it's dark and we're wearing rose-colored glasses. Hit it. So watch the film then tune in right here or on your favorite podcatcher. The Next Reel – when the movie ends, our conversation begins! Join the conversation with movie lovers from around the world on The Next Reel's Discord channel! Film Sundries Watch this on Apple or Amazon, or find other places at JustWatch Script Transcript Theatrical trailer Poster artwork Original Material Flickchart Letterboxd Outrageous Conduct: Art, Ego, and the Twilight Zone Case

The Next Reel by The Next Reel Film Podcasts
The Blues Brothers • Special Access Member Bonus

The Next Reel by The Next Reel Film Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 68:41


Great car chases? Check. For this month's member bonus episode, our members voted for a return to great car chases, and of the movies on the list, The Blues Brothers shot to the top. Is it nostalgia that draws us all back to this film over and over again? The great musical performances? Is it that strong a comedy? Join us – Pete Wright and Andy Nelson – as we return to our Great Car Chases series to discuss John Landis' 1980 film The Blues Brothers. It's a Member Bonus Episode for Everybody! This is our May member bonus episode. So why are you hearing it? Because once in a while, we like to throw one of our member bonus episodes out for everyone to enjoy as a reminder of the sorts of additional shows you get if you become a member. Please consider becoming a member to support this show. You'll not only be helping us out but you'll get TONS of bonus episodes. Learn more about supporting The Next Reel Film Podcast through your own membership.. We Need to Talk About John Landis. This is the fifth movie of Landis' that we've discussed on the show, yet we've never really brought up the horrific accident on the set of Twilight Zone: The Movie during Landis' segment that killed two children and actor Vic Morrow. We figure it's time to have that discussion and see if we can sort out the complexities of artists and art. There isn't an easy answer in general, but it does seem clear that Landis – particularly from the accident and beyond – should be judged more harshly than, say, a director whose criminal activities didn't take place on set. But The Blues Brothers is more than just John Landis... All that aside, a lot of other people were involved in The Blues Brothers, and we're here to celebrate them, notably Dan Ackroyd and John Belushi. Clearly, they share a love for this rhythm and blues music and feel it's important to celebrate the history of the music by including many great performers in the film like Ray Charles, Aretha Franklin, James Brown, Cab Calloway, and John Lee Hooker. Plus, John and Dan as Jake and Elwood Blues seriously know how to perform. But the movie is also an element of its time. Not only do we have the American Nazi party represented (even if it is to mock them), we also have the characters treating the female characters with little respect. It was a misogynistic time, and we certainly feel it here. Looking specifically at why it's in this series (and perhaps not our Couples on the Run series), the car chases are extravagant. Landis spent more than twice the initial budget presented by the studio and a lot of that went into creating some of the biggest car chases with the most cars destroyed than any other movie – even action movies. In fact, its record for the most cars destroyed in a film wasn't broken until this film's not-so-great 1998 sequel. This is one of the eleven films born from Saturday Night Live sketches, and it's generally considered one of the best ones. It's certainly one of the most successful of the bunch. We spend a bit of time digging into the history, success, and longevity of these spinoffs. Is this a film that works for younger generations or is this truly a product of its time that doesn't work that well for people who aren't dads? Well, we both love it but then again, we're both dads. So maybe that's saying something. Then again, we've got a full tank of gas, half a pack of cigarettes, it's dark and we're wearing rose-colored glasses. Hit it. So watch the film then tune in right here or on your favorite podcatcher. The Next Reel – when the movie ends, our conversation begins! Join the conversation with movie lovers from around the world on The Next Reel's Discord channel! Film Sundries Watch this on Apple or Amazon, or find other places at JustWatch Script Transcript Theatrical trailer Poster artwork Original Material Flickchart Letterboxd Outrageous Conduct: Art, Ego, and the Twilight Zone Case

Brown Sports Bag
Brown Sports Bag 261

Brown Sports Bag

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 54:33


James Brown and John Butler talk about regional softball and baseball results. They also talk about the 15th District Softball Tournament, college baseball and softball, and other local sports.

Ajax Diner Book Club
Ajax Diner Book Club Episode 208

Ajax Diner Book Club

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 178:47


Shellac "The End of Radio"Booker T & The MG's "Green Onions"Hound Dog Taylor & The HouseRockers "55th Street Boogie"Merle Travis "Blue Smoke"James Booker "Tico Tico"Cleo Brown "Pinetop's Boogie Woogie"Spade Cooley and His Orchestra "Three Way Boogie"Chet Atkins & Les Paul "Caravan"Etta Baker "Carolina Breakdown"Fleetwood Mac "Albatross"Otis Spann "Five Spot"Jimmy Bryant "The Night Rider"Daniel Bachman "Levee"Trans Am "Armed Response"Albert Ammons "Boogie Woogie At The Civic Opera"Shake 'Em Up Jazz Band "Washboard Wiggles"Tyler Childers "Midnight on the Water"Pete "Guitar" Lewis "Ooh Midnight"Bob Wills And His Texas Playboys "Draggin' The Bow"Bob Dylan "Main Title Theme (Billy)"Little Walter "Blue Lights"Dizzy Gillespie "Salt Peanuts"Albert Collins "Frosty"Ferdinand Jelly Roll Morton "Hyena Stomp"Various "Traveling Through The Jungle"Beastie Boys "In 3's"Max Roach "Triptych ( Prayer, Protest, Peace )"Freddy King "Hide Away"Fats Waller "Handful of Keys"Joel Paterson "Because"Funkadelic "Maggot Brain"Tuba Skinny "Deep Henderson"Dr. John "Mac`s Boogie"Cindy Cashdollar "Waltz for Abilene"Blind Willie Johnson "Dark Was the Night, Cold Was the Ground"John Coltrane "Alabama"Little Freddie King "Bad Chicken"James Brown "Give It Up Or Turnit A Loose"Gastr Del Sol "For Soren Mueller"John Fahey "Poor Boy Long Ways From Home"Bo Diddley "Aztec"Tom Waits "Closing Time"Fred McDowell "Amazing Grace"

InObscuria Podcast
Ep. 127: Sumthin' Smells FUNKY Vol. 5! - Wah Da Funk???

InObscuria Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 81:52


Can we get a witness??? Testify! This week our rock n' roll grave robbers witness the rise of sumthin' funky! This time our journey through funky town takes sharp left and right turns as we get funk rock from bands that may not necessarily be associated with funk. Sometimes bands just get the urge to write songs that makes your body move and your booty groove. That's why we are asking the question, “Wah Da Funk???”What is it that we do here at InObscuria? We exhume obscure Rock n' Punk n' Metal in one of 3 categories: the Lost, the Forgotten, or the Should Have Beens. In this episode we take a listen to all 3, as we move n' groove our way through funk-infused rock n' roll from bands that don't typically play in the sphere of funkitude. Songs this week include:Jason Becker – “We Are One” from Triumphant Hearts (2018)I Mother Earth – “Like A Girl” from Scenery And Fish (1996)Steve Marriott  – “Late Night Lady” from MARRIOTT (1976)The Organization – “Brainstorm” from The Organization (1993)The BusBoys – “D Day” from Minimum Wage Rock & Roll (1980)Petra – “Holy Ghost Power” from Come And Join Us (1977)fIREHOSE – “It Matters” from Ragin', Full-On (1986)LoveWar – “Keep Your Hands Off My Stuff” from Soak Your Brain (1993)Please subscribe everywhere that you listen to podcasts!Visit us: https://inobscuria.com/https://www.facebook.com/InObscuriahttps://twitter.com/inobscuriahttps://www.instagram.com/inobscuria/Buy cool stuff with our logo on it!: https://www.redbubble.com/people/InObscuria?asc=uIf you'd like to check out Kevin's band THE SWEAR, take a listen on all streaming services or pick up a digital copy of their latest release here: https://theswear.bandcamp.com/If you want to hear Robert and Kevin's band from the late 90s – early 00s BIG JACK PNEUMATIC, check it out here: https://bigjackpnuematic.bandcamp.com/Check out Robert's amazing fire sculptures and metal workings here: http://flamewerx.com/

Music Raygun
104: B-Sides VIII

Music Raygun

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 63:24


This week, Kirk and Paul wrap up the podcast's eighth season by looking at extra clips for the "Scotland," "New Romantic," "Synthesizer," "Dance VI," "Hype Williams," "Country and Western" and "James Brown" episodes.

5 Things
A crisis ignored: Why are people turning a blind eye to missing Indigenous women?

5 Things

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 16:45


About one million people make up the population of Montana, of that about 6.7% are Indigenous people. But despite the small population Indigenous people make up about 26% of the missing person cases in the state; the majority of those numbers being overwhelmingly female. And it's not unique to Montana. Other states with Indigenous populations report high instances as well. According to a Department of Justice report on missing and murdered Indigenous women in Montana, a 2018 investigation by the Associated Press stated “…nobody knows precisely how cases of missing and murdered Native American women happen nationwide because many cases go unreported, others aren't well-documented and no government database specifically tracks them.”Why is this? And why don't we hear more about these cases?The team at 5 Things spoke to Great Falls Tribune reporter Nora Mabie about this crisis. She talks about the dynamics involved in various law enforcement agencies and jurisdiction as well as something called 'missing white woman syndrome.'For more on this story, click here.For more about Cheryl Horn, a USA TODAY woman of the year and what she is doing to help missing and murdered Indigenous women, click here. To follow James Brown on Twitter, click here.To follow Nora Mabie on Twitter, click here.Episode Transcript available hereAlso available at art19.com/shows/5-ThingsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

5 Things
Beating the odds: Cancer survivor to run 600th marathon

5 Things

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 10:33


You read that right, 600 marathons. If you've ever run a marathon you know how incredibly challenging it can be. Some runners hit the halfway point and can't take another step. Others get to within the last couple of miles of the 26.2 miles and have reached the point of extreme exhaustion. Some collapse. Now imagine doing that 600 times, sometimes back to back. Incredible, right?Now imagine doing it while battling stage 4 prostate cancer.A word. Inspiring.In partnership with USA Today's good news brand Humankind, 5 Things brings you the story of Tom Perri a 60 year old from Maple Grove, Minnesota who beat cancer and is preparing to run his 600th marathon later this month.To read Tom's story click here.To follow James Brown on Twitter, click here.To follow Zulekha on Twitter, click here.Episode Transcript available hereAlso available at art19.com/shows/5-ThingsSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Dadville
Craig Melvin: This Went a Lot Better Than I Thought it Would

Dadville

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 56:59


Our guest this week is Craig Melvin, who is a co-host of the Today Show and the author of Pops: Learning to Be a Son and a Father. Craig opens up about his complicated history with his father, how he unplugs from the 24/7 news cycle, and what's it like when James Brown's anastesia is still lingering during a live interview. Thanks to our sponsors! ButcherBox — Sign up at butcherbox.com/dadville and get 2 lbs of ground beef free in every order for the life of your membership. Chime — Get started with Chime today. Applying for a free account takes less than 2 minutes. Get started at chime.com/dadville Pair Eyewear — Go to paireyewear.com/DADVILLE for 15% off your first purchase. Get in touch: dadvillepod@gmail.com