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Jim Bohannon
Jim Bohannon Show 08-08-22

Jim Bohannon

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 113:11


We get two views of the Senate climate deal: first from Washington post reporter Steven Mufson, then from James Taylor, president of the Heartland Institute. Later, Top Major Fred Galvin, USMC (Ret.) discusses his book "A Few Bad Men"   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Carl Nelson Show
Dr. James Taylor & Finacial Expert JB Bryan l The Carl Nelson Show

The Carl Nelson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 170:12


Black Politics Expert Dr. James Taylor will discuss if the tide is turning in the Democrats' favor as we move closer to the mid-term elections. Dr. Taylor will also discuss why 25% of Black Georgia voters support Brian Kemp. Before we get to Dr. Taylor, Finacial Expert JB Bryan on the recession & if buying a house is out of reach for most of the Black Community.  Text DCnews to 52140 For Local & Exclusive News Sent Directly To You! The Big Show starts on WOL 95.9 FM & 1450 AM, 1010 AM WOLB and woldcnews.com at 6 am ET., 5 am CT., 3 am PT., and 11 am BST. Call in # 800 450 7876 to participate, & listen liveSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mondo Jazz
Bobby Previte, Angles, Roxana Amed, The Comet Is Coming & More New Releases [Mondo Jazz 208-1]

Mondo Jazz

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 74:05


This week we feature some great examples of how tradition continues to fuel modern jazz projects, and the many ways in which jazz incorporates elements from other musical traditions (from Korea to Spain) and genres (from the blues to rave music). The playlist features Bobby Previte, Charlie Hunter; Bobby Previte; J.D. Allen; Angles; Koma Saxo, Sofia Jernberg; Roxana Amed; The Comet Is Coming; Baum Sae; Potsa Lotsa Xl, Youjin Sung; James Taylor; Charles Lloyd. Detailed playlist at https://spinitron.com/RFB/pl/16263414/Mondo-Jazz (up to "Dorotea's Studio"). Happy listening! Photo credit: Michael DiDonna.

SuperCreativity Podcast with James Taylor | Creativity, Innovation and Inspiring Ideas

Resilience Keynote Speaker ? I've just come off stage speaking at the St. Regis Hotel downtown in Dubai. I was speaking for a US company on the topic of resilience, and the role that collaboration and innovation plays in resilience. But as part of my talk, I was also talking about the resilience of Dubai, […] The post Resilience Keynote Speaker appeared first on James Taylor.

The Creative Life TV: Creativity, Innovation and Inspiring Ideas | James Taylor

Resilience Keynote Speaker ? I've just come off stage speaking at the St. Regis Hotel downtown in Dubai. I was speaking for a US company on the topic of resilience, and the role that collaboration and innovation plays in resilience. But as part of my talk, I was also talking about the resilience of Dubai, […] The post Resilience Keynote Speaker appeared first on James Taylor.

Sermons from Grace Cathedral
The Very Rev. Malcolm Clemens Young, ThD

Sermons from Grace Cathedral

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2022 11:05


Grace Cathedral, San Francisco, 2C26 Transfiguration (Year C) Baptisms 11:00 a.m. Eucharist Sunday 7 August 2022 Exodus 34:29-35 Psalm 99:5-9 2 Peter 1:13-21 Luke 9:28-36 “[B]e attentive to this as to a lamp shining in a dark place, until the day dawns and the morning star rises in your hearts” (2 Peter 1). When we were first becoming friends I did not talk much about my old life. Before joining you I served at Christ Church, Los Altos for fourteen years. From inside, that church building looks like a jewel box. It has four massive walls of stained glass. Each 12 x 34 ft. window depicts a different season of the year. The stained glass alone weighs 19,000 pounds. As the first person to arrive there every summer morning I remember the silence and the overwhelming feeling of God's presence in the light. Gabriel Loire (1904-1996), the artist who created those windows also made the Grace Cathedral Human Endeavor windows which honor Thurgood Marshall, Albert Einstein, Jane Addams, John Glenn and others. We have other Loire windows in the transept clerestory and the north quire aisle. But what I really want you to notice today is the rose window that Gabriel Loire also made. It is dedicated to the patron saint of our city, St. Francis, and to the poem attributed to him called the “Canticle of the Sun” (1224-5), the oldest known poem in colloquial Italian. This is the largest rose window in the far western United States. It is 25 feet in diameter and has 3,800 pieces of glass. Every morning, light from the sunrise filters through it. Every night we illuminate it from inside so that the city can see its beauty and be reminded of God. In summary, I have spent pretty much every day for twenty-one years experiencing the beauty and love of God through Gabriel Loire windows. Then a month ago for the first time we visited the workshops where all of them were fashioned. We set out from Chartres Cathedral on one of the most beautiful walks of my life past clay tennis courts and ancient sycamore trees, past a viaduct along a river which wound through green meadows. Without an appointment we walked up the driveway to the Loire studios and a man in white coat like a lab technician asked to help. It turned out to be Bruno Loire, Gabriel Loire's grandson. He asked us to wait in the gardens and then totally rearranged his schedule so that he could show us everything. We visited four different studios where they make the glass. We saw a secret project for fashion week. Bruno drove us to a nearby church to see the glass there. We had afternoon tea with Gabriel Loire's widow. Bruno showed us how he makes the kind of stained glass in our windows. With a mallet he shattered a piece of blue glass and handed it to me as a gift. Still sharp, it cut my thumb. I kept trying to hide the fact that I was bleeding. And here it is. I want you to imagine that this piece of glass is your truest self, your soul if you will. It is beautiful. It is utterly unique. Perhaps you find it easy to see this holiness and distinctiveness in children. As we get older people have a harder time seeing this beauty in us but it is still there. Whoever you are as you listen to my voice, I want you to know this: that like this piece of glass, you are beautiful. The musician James Taylor speaks about his first twenty-one years in an autobiographical audiobook (called Break Shot). For a while at the end of his teenage years he was a psychiatric patient at Maclean Hospital in Belmont, Massachusetts at the same time my grandfather was a chaplain there. I sometimes wonder if they met. James Taylor talks about being a jealous agnostic. He wants to believe, in part because he sees that if we live only for ourselves, if we only serve our own ego, this selfishness can be a dangerous trap. He sees the power of being in community of caring for other people and the world. Today we celebrate baptisms together, the sacrament by which God adopts us as children. It is the way that we become members of the church. It is how we become one with Christ, experience forgiveness of our sins and have new life in the Holy Spirit. If each of us is like this beautiful fragment of glass. Baptism is the reminder that we are even more beautiful together. Baptism is like having your beautiful fragment of glass included in a vastly larger window. That window is the church and it tells the story of what God did in the past and shows us what God is doing now. In the dark night of the world this light can give other people heart. This brings me to a difficult topic. We along with 85 million other people are part of the global Anglican communion, the third largest Christian body in the world. This week the bishops of all these churches met together in England. On Friday a group calling itself the Global South Fellowship of Anglicans published a statement. In it they declare that a gathering of churches which cannot agree about same sex marriages cannot be in communion with each other. Although these bishops have no authority over us here in North America, these are very alarming words, especially as we worry about the forces that seem to be undermining our nation's commitment to marriage equality. At Grace Cathedral we believe that every person without exception is deeply loved by God. This is true of LGBTQ+ people. It is true of same sex couples. We will not stop marrying these couples who come here seeking God's blessing. We see the Holy Spirit at work in their lives. Let me close with that poem of praise from the thirteenth century that I mentioned earlier as the inspiration for our window, Francis' “Canticle of the Sun.” “Praised be my Lord God, with all creatures, and specially our brother the sun, who brings us the day and who brings us the light; fair is he, and he shines with a very great splendor. O Lord, he signifies to us thee! // Praised be my Lord for our sister the moon, and for the stars… which he has set clear and lovely in heaven.” “Praised be my Lord, for our brother the wind, and for air and clouds, calms and all weather, by which thou upholdest life in all creatures. // Praised be my Lord for our sister water, who is very serviceable to us, and humble and precious and clean.” “Praised be my Lord for our brother fire, through whom thou givest light in the darkness; and he is bright and pleasant, and very mighty and strong. // Praise be my lord for our mother the earth, … which doth sustain us and keep us, and bringest forth divers fruits, and flowers of many colors, and grass… Praise be my Lord for all those who pardon one another for love's sake… blessed are they who peacefully shall endure, for thou, O Most High, wilt give them a crown.” The face of Moses shone after he had been talking to God. When Jesus spoke to God on the mountain, Luke says that, “the appearance of his face changed, and his clothes became dazzling white” (Lk. 9). You too are God's beloved child. You too shine with the glory of God's majesty. There are 3,800 pieces of glass in our rose window that is about the same as the number of people who worship here at Christmas. We are beautiful together. And the light of God shines through us.

The Late Show Pod Show with Stephen Colbert
James Taylor (Extended Cut) | O-Penn Season

The Late Show Pod Show with Stephen Colbert

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 39:14 Very Popular


Stephen finds out why New Jersey-based celebs like Lil Stevie Van Zandt are getting involved in the Pennsylvania Senate race, and he introduces a brand new long-running segment that will ensure he gets his facts straight. And don't believe everything you read on RadarOnline, Stephen's not going anywhere! The man with one of the greatest music careers of all time, James Taylor, shares a few words of wisdom about how he approaches his stage performances. Stick around for more of this exclusive extended interview with James Taylor, and check out his latest album, ‘American Standard.' Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The J-Talk Podcast
JTET - J2 Round 29 / J3 Round 19 Review

The J-Talk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 76:10


Swinging into action again, the JTET team review all of the latest J2 and J3 action. This week, Jon Steele was joined by James Taylor for a look at three of the biggest games from Round 29 in J2.  After a solo round-up of the rest of the action from Jon, the boys preview all of the fixtures coming up in Round 30 this weekend. After that, Mike ‘The Magic' Innes is back and banging in ‘J-Talk: Short Corner' – he has all of the J3 match action from Round 19 in this segment!

The NCG Podcast
From the Clubhouse: Iona Stephen and James Taylor on the physical and mental benefits of golf

The NCG Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 31:28


In this episode of From the Clubhouse, an National Club Golfer podcast, Steve Carroll is joined by former professional golfer turned broadcaster Iona Stephen to discuss her new documentary focussing on golf and its health benefits, ex-England cricketer James Taylor, who talks about how he turned to golf after a cardiac event ended his international career, and R&A chief development officer Phil Anderson explains how the governing body is galvanising partners around the golf and health message.

Celt In A Twist
Celt In A Twist August 7 2022

Celt In A Twist

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 59:35


Oysterband - Born Under The Same Sun Trio Svin - Darlin' Cory Melisande - Degenerations CANCON The McDades - Nomadic Mood & Caroline's Reel INST CANCON Michael Cleveland - Tall Fiddler INST Kila - Jigs INST Jesse Malin/Eugene Hutz - If I Should Fall From Grace Plantec - Speedwell INST Daimh - Bodach Innse Chro Dropkick Murphys - HBDMF Kate Rusby - Carolina In My Mind Genticorum - Asphalteuse CANCON Hold Fast - The Ballad Of Joe Savery Sons Of Southern Ulster - Polaris   From Sol all the way to Polaris, Celtic stars are shining this hour. New heavy folk from Trio Svin, Speedgrass from fiddler Michael Cleveland, Jesse Malin and Eugene Hutz pinch a Pogues classic for Ukraine and Kate Rusby with the sweetest take on James Taylor!

Songcraft: Spotlight on Songwriters
Ep. 198 - JOHN HALL ("Still the One"

Songcraft: Spotlight on Songwriters

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 66:14 Very Popular


SUMMARY:Our guest on this episode is John Hall, founder of the band Orleans and co-writer of the group's enduring hits "Dance with Me" and "Still the One." He chats with us about how Janis Joplin launched his songwriting career, co-writing Steve Wariner's #1 country hit "You Can Dream of Me," and how he ended up serving two terms as a US Congressman before returning to music.PART ONE:Paul and Scott chat about Orleans' legendary "naked" album cover, and band/artist names you're afraid to say out loud. If you've ever stressed about how to say Husker Du, Bon Iver, Chvrches, or Bjork, we've got you!  PART TWO:Our in-depth interview with John HallABOUT JOHN HALL:John Hall is a musician, songwriter, community activist, founder of the band Orleans, and former US Congressman. After forming the group Kangaroo, which shared house band duties with Bruce Springsteen's group The Castilles at Greenwich Village's legendary Café Wha, Hall worked extensively as a sideman. He toured and/or recorded as a guitarist with Seals & Crofts, Taj Mahal, Bonnie Raitt, Little Feat, Carly Simon, Jackson Brown, and others, but established himself as a songwriter when he and then-wife Johanna penned “Half Moon” on Janis Joplin's Pearl album. After John formed the group Orleans, he and Johanna continued to find success as songwriters with the band's hit singles “Dance with Me” and “Still the One.” The following decade, John became a chart-topping country writer when he co-wrote Steve Wariner's #1 single “You Can Dream of Me.” He's known for co-founding the organization Musicians United for Safe Energy with Jackson Brown, Bonnie Raitt, and Graham Nash. John helped organize the legendary 1979 No Nukes concerts at Madison Square Garden, and his song “Power” became the anthem for the event. In 2006, John was elected to the US House of Representatives, representing New York's 19th District. After serving two terms, he returned to making music. John's songs have been covered by Millie Jackson, Chaka Kahn, Ricky Skaggs, Taj Mahal, Jackson Browne, Linda Ronstadt, James Taylor, Levon Helm, Bobby McFerrin, Bonnie Raitt, Chet Atkins, New Grass Revival, Jose Feliciano, Bill Anderson, The Oak Ridge Boys, Patty Loveless, and more. His most recent solo album is called Reclaiming My Time. We spoke with him in June of 2021 when the album was brand new and when he was working on some Orleans projects that have since become available and can be found at johnhallmusic.com.        

Friendless
Ming Hudson and Keira Danniels return!

Friendless

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 85:07


Friendless is kicking off the best month of year with a very special double whammy second appearance on the show from the incomparable duo of Ming Hudson and Keira Danniels! Ming was a former guest from the now lost first season, while Keira came burning in at the end of season 3 just in time for me super awkwardly announce my divorce! So they're back for an ultra pick-me-up episode to talk about the actor life, bad haircuts, what we bring to the apocalypse, reparing James Taylor, putting friends out when they are literally on fire, and so much more!Follow Ming on Instagramand follow Keira on Instagram and also be sure to check out her incredible design wear company Fern & Moon!Check out the Friendless webside for links to all the ways you can support the show!Fun and safety sweeties!Support the show

You Start Today with Dr. Lee Warren | Weekly Prescriptions to Become Healthier, Feel Better, and Be Happier.

Among all the creatures on Earth, God only gave humans the gift of selective attention.  You have a remarkable, life-changing superpower that allows you to literally decide what you're going to think about. But it takes self-brain surgery to learn how to harness it for good.  Self-brain surgery tip #25: It takes the same amount of work to be in a bad mood as it does to be in a good mood. And both are decisions. Music by James Taylor and Darrell Evans Scripture: Philippians 4 Simons and Chabris' famous attention test Sign up for my Substack letter here. (Music shared on The Dr. Lee Warren Podcast is authorized under BMI license #61063253 and ASCAP license #400010513 )   Go to my website www.wleewarrenmd.com for more information about my letter, this show, my books, and more.   John to Know, James to Grow bible study  

Ramble by the River
The Life of an Artist with Jacob Miller

Ramble by the River

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 97:27


Jacob Miller is a touring singer/songwriter and a featured contestant on NBC's The Voice. While in town to perform at Pickled Fish, he stopped by the studio to play a few songs and talk about his artistic process and his upcoming West Coast tour. Jacob is the first musical guest we have heard on Ramble by the River and he set a precedent that will be hard to top. Between songs we talk about his writing process, his personal philosophies, and his experiences in the music business (including his time on The Voice). Some topics you'll hear: Televised singing competitions (The Voice, American Idol, etc.) Singing at church, challenges of faith, personal truth. Song-writing strategies and styles Teaching music to kids at Avenues World School in New York. Jacob's time at an artist residency on Orcas Island. Relationship with the inner-self-critic. Jacob is a great guy. He is a fantastic musician and I am so honored to have him as a guest. I hope you enjoy the show! If you enjoy this podcast, please help us to keep making it. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ramble-by-the-river/id1549558167 (Leave a review on Apple Podcasts) Link to the video from the introduction: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b6GgaJWcbww (Saudi Arabia's Controversial Megacity Project) Keywords: Orcas Island; San Juan Islands; singer/songwriter; folk music;  Portland Oregon; Wisconsin; The Boswell Sisters; jazz; ragtime; blues; Roger Waters; Louis Armstrong; Pickled Fish; Simon and Garfunkel; Paul Simon; Graceland; Lady Smith Black Mambazo; The Voice; American Idol; Love Island UK; Nick Jonas; Disney; The Jonas Brothers; James Taylor; Blake Shelton; Kelly Clarkson; Covid-19; Dobe Fest; tattoos; marijuana; Humboldt County; Arcata, Ca; alcoholism; yoga; meditation; Education; Religion; Bible stories; evangelicalism; generational trauma; Sisters, Oregon; Subtle Lake; Subtle Lake Lodge. Ramble by the River Links: https://www.RamblebytheRiver.com (RamblebytheRiver.com) https://my.captivate.fm/Patreon.com/ramblebytheriver (Patreon) https://www.facebook.com/jeff.nesbitt.9619/ (Facebook) Instagram https://twitter.com/rambleriverpod (Twitter) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNiZ9OBYRxF3fJ4XcsDxLeg (YouTube) https://www.ramblebytheriver.captivate.fm (Episode Archive) https://www.jacobmillermusic.net/home3 (Jacob Miller) Links: https://www.jacobmillermusic.net/tour (Tour Dates/Tickets) https://www.facebook.com/jacobmillermusic (Facebook) https://www.instagram.com/jacobmiller/ (Instagram) https://open.spotify.com/artist/5ETV1D5HBcoygYbYGEAln6?si=FtXBq8mcQUOschIbIAb-nA (Spotify) Music Credits: Midnight Disco, Cushy. Cramp Blues, John Runefeldt. Still Fly, Revel Day. Leave, Jacob Miller. Around My Head, Jacob Miller. "The New Song", Jacob Miller. Tricks, Jacob Miller. 2022 Copyright Ramble by the River LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Especiales KISS FM
Las noticias de la tarde del viernes 29 de julio de 2022

Especiales KISS FM

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 7:11


Pedro Sánchez ha hecho balance del primer semestre de 2022. En su comparecencia, ha anunciado un paquete de medidas urgentes para la eficiencia y el ahorro energético. Lo hace el mismo día en el que la inflación llega al 10,8%, su nivel más alto desde 1984. Sánchez ha reconocido que el dato “no es bueno”, y ha dicho a las eléctricas y los bancos que “pueden y deben ayudar a España”. También ha valorado el último CIS catalán, que da mayoría a los que no quieren su independencia. Por otro lado, repasamos la nueva transferencia de fondos de la Comisión Europea, algo que ha valorado la ministra Calviño. En la jornada de hoy también hemos conocido la condena que pide la Fiscalía de Barcelona para Shakira. Último viernes de julio, y ha arrancado la segunda fase de la operación salida de verano, que finalizará a la medianoche del lunes, 1 de agosto. Además, José Manuel Albares ha hablado sobre el posible desbloqueo de las operaciones comerciales en Argelia. Y terminamos con un álbum tributo a Leonard Cohen. Realización: Gustavo LunaProducción: Jorge QuirogaLocución: Carmen Desmonts

Rock & Roll High School With Pete Ganbarg

GRAMMY-Award winning producer, manager, and recording artist Peter Asher joins this week to share stories from his remarkable 50+ year career in music. Starting out as half of the duo Peter & Gordon and armed with a new song from his sister's boyfriend Paul McCartney, “A World Without Love” became a worldwide #1 hit before Peter turned 21. Later as the head of A&R at The Beatles' label Apple Records, Peter's first signing was James Taylor who he later produced and managed. Peter would also go on to produce and manage Linda Ronstadt, win 3 Grammy Awards (including twice for Producer of the Year) and in 2015 was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) for services to the British music industry.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Como lo oyes
Como lo oyes - Versiones Secretas - 28/07/22

Como lo oyes

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 58:44


Versiones secretas y que nos salvarán mañana. Monica Mancini o Ashley Campbell interpretan éxitos de sus padres respectivos, Henry y Glen. Otro Glen, Glen Frey se recrea en la música de Nat King Cole. Y Nina Simone cantando a Prince, Sarah Jarosz a U2, Amaral a Antonio Vega, Kevyn Lettau a James Taylor o el hijo de éste, Henry, y su tío, hermano de James, Livingston, a The Beatles. O Kris Delmhorst a The Cars y Becca Stevens y Jacob Collier a Stevie Wonder. La banda sonora de “Minions, The Rise Of Gru” está repleta de versiones. DISCO 1 BEN SIDRAN Over The Rainbow DISCO 2 NINA SIMONE Sign 'O' The Times [Outtake] DISCO 3 SARAH JAROSZ I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For DISCO 4 NANCY WILSON Make It With You (WONDER) DISCO 5 KRIS DELMHORST Hello Again DISCO 6 AMARAL Atrás DISCO 7 KEVYN LETTAU Shower The People DISCO 8 GLENN FREY For Sentimental Reasons DISCO 9  DAVE GRUSIN & Monica Mancini Moon River DISCO 10 ASHLEY CAMPBELL Wichita Lineman DISCO 11 BECCA STEVENS & Jacob Collier As  DISCO 12 LIVINGSTON TAYLOR Penny Lane (LOUISE) DISCO 13 HENRY TAYLOR Yesterday (MARTIN SPRING) DISCO 14 KALI UCHIS Desafinado - From 'Minions_ The Rise of Gru' OST TIERRA WHACK Black Magic Woman - From 'Minions_ The Rise of Gru' OST Escuchar audio

The Blue Million Miles Podcast

This was supposed to be a love letter. An exaltation. A fanfare for the public pool. I’d call upon the muses, pray they sing of the high dive and the snack bar. The smell of sunblock and laundered towel and chlorinated water evaporating on hot macadam. Of the gutter and the lap lane; the wet sandal’s “thock,” and the belly flop’s “smack.”And this was to be a recitation of its virtues on Independence Day, no less. With neither irony nor pollyanna in mind but rather, to go armed with the sobering knowledge of the country’s fraught past and its perilous moment and still partake of the Republic’s finest achievements: encased meats, cheap suds, and the public pool.Pools make people more legible. People’s needs and desires become harder to repress. There’s the child, so excited by the prospect of a swim, that she cannot help but run across the pool deck, lifeguard’s whistle be damned. And the teenager who, on surfacing from a plunge, cannot suppress that vain little flick of his head. The parents desperate for a place where their adolescent children can while away a few hours. And the lizard need, across ages, just to get some sun. It’s all there, right on the surface, at the pool.So given all that, there was something…unnerving happening at the pool that day. Or, more precisely, happening on the pool’s stereo. There’s no PA system at the Samford Pool. Instead, they have one of those rolly suitcase amps hooked up to someone’s phone. The pool’s small enough — 25 by 50 yards, roughly — that a single rolly suitcase amp can reach the far end of the grounds, no problem. And songs on the stereo that day, the nation’s 246th birthday, well, they certainly had a sense of moment to them.While I rolled out my towel, Lee Brice was singing about driving a dead brother’s truck. “I roll every window down / And I burn up every back road in this town / I find a field, I tear it up til all the pain's a cloud of dust / Yes, sometimes, I drive your truck.” A bit maudlin for the occasion but it sounds like the brother died in service. So, condolences. Tree of liberty, etc., etc.But before I’d finished putting on sunblock, Blake Shelton was singing about how whistling Dixie would get you heaven-bound and promising that “I don't care what my headstone reads / Or what kind of pinewood box I end up in / When it's my time, lay me six feet deep / In God's country.” Which, I mean, c’mon dude. Inane but also just a bummer.Okay, but here was Miranda Lambert to lighten the mood, maybe? Not so: “Whether you're late for church / Or you're stuck in jail / Hey, word's gonna get around / Everybody dies famous in a small town.”Pretty bleak. Isn’t today supposed to be a happy day? Or if you let the algorithm play long enough does it always land in a death wish? I looked around, a little confused, hoping to catch the eye of someone similarly put off. Slow day at the pool, though. Slow enough that the off-duty lifeguards had set up a basketball hoop and were shooting jumpers off the diving board. They seemed unfazed by the tunes. Inoculated, maybe. I hope not.Maybe you’re hearing this and thinking to yourself, “Oh please. Spare me the pointy-headed writer being annoying about country music.” But I love country music. And not just those Terry Allen and Gene Clark re-issues, either. I’ve tried to play music for almost twenty years now and the closest I’ve ever come to entertaining anyone was with a rendition of Toby Keith’s “Should’ve Been a Cowboy” at karaoke night in an SEC college town. But this alienated, atomized, only-finding-meaning-in-consumer-goods-and-death country? I mean, to quote Greil Marcus: “What is this s**t?”But the songs kept playing.Now, you’re going to think I invented this next song but you’d be flattering my imagination. Every verse of this song is from the perspective of a dead soldier from a different war. But that’s not all. Then — I kid you not — there’s a coda with this whole chorus of the undead singing, “Set our spirits free (set us free) / Let us lay down our guns / Sweet mother Mary, we're so tired / But we can't come home ‘til the last shot's fired.”At this point, I would have gladly listened to “Proud to be an American.” On repeat. I would have even considered letting Lee Greenwood give me a lobotomy. I mean, we live in a society, don’t we? Might we hope for better? What irrepressible thing was the pool revealing today on the rolly suitcase speaker? That we might only hope for death.No, but wait. Here was Zac Brown. Zac Brown, with a voice like James Taylor. He might show us a way to reclaim some civic pride even at this late hour of our democracy. Zac, you show us the way, won’t you? And, lo, Zac replied: “Salute the ones who died / The ones who give their lives / so we don’t have to sacrifice / All the things we love / like our chicken fried.”I went to the pool to indulge in some Americana. Maybe I was naive to expect anything less.Still, this soundtrack to a small town death wish felt like a betrayal. Not just of country music — which, at this best, celebrates and ironizes rural life with a kind of pathos and wit not at all in evidence that day — but, more to the point, a betrayal of the Samford Pool. Which is to say it felt like a betrayal of public life. Of even the possibility of public life. The Samford Pool is run by the city and it sits right behind the public junior high school. Which really makes it the hub of public life in Auburn (such as it is). It’s the most integrated place, by class and race, in this southern town. It’s cheap to get in. It’s well maintained. Its only shortcoming, really, is a lack of shade. At its best, it embodies the democratic enterprise — the idea that we might be more than consumers and candidates for the reaper, but citizens, too. That we might collectively endeavor to improve our lives by, in this case, providing a place for children to run on the pool deck, for teenagers to flick their heads, and for us all to get some sun.And part of the premise of this swimming project is to go out beyond my door and find something vitalizing. So on the Fourth, I wanted to get my Walt Whitman on, and find that vitality in the public sphere. I wanted to find a meaning that came somewhere other than the specter of death.Matthew Sitman touches on this idea in a recent essay calling for renewed civic culture. Sitman looks to the New Deal for instruction: “Franklin Roosevelt and his administration understood that despair could be countered and democracy fortified by a kind of social infrastructure…They built theaters and public pools and commissioned murals to beautify public spaces…They were also public goods that brought people together, and were ways of making communities easier to feel a part of and entertainment and culture enjoyable for more than the rich.”And, on the flip side, we might read the closing of so many public pools in response to the gains of the civil rights movement as a tacit understanding by conservatives of the democratic power of the space.So, all to say, I had harbored a small hope that, even in this eleventh hour, the muses might sing of something other than the inevitability of our demise.But if only I would wrest my attention away from the music, they were doing exactly that, all around. Singing of gainers off the diving board, of shoulder tans turning the corner into sunburns, of my own daughter holding tight to a pool noodle and flailing her legs in something beginning to approximate a flutter kick. More people had arrived, the deck chairs filled, a hive hum of the group fortifying the air against the rolly suitcase amp.A counter-melody to the algorithm, singing that for whatever its worth, for as long as there remains a collective will and the water to fill it, there is the public pool. Sing o muse.Before we left that day, I needed a tonic, something to jar me from the malaise on the stereo. I decided to go off the high dive, something I hadn’t yet done this summer. The climb up seemed higher than I’d remembered. My stomach fluttered. So without delay, I ran off the board and into the air. And much sooner than I’d expected the water had risen up to meet me. This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit thebluemillionmiles.substack.com

Como lo oyes
Como lo oyes - Canciones Secretas - 27/07/22

Como lo oyes

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 58:50


Recorremos canciones del disco "Nick Of Time" de Bonnie Raitt, álbum del año en 1989 para los votantes de los Grammy y las escuchamos en otras voces y en la de ella misma. Recordamos a un gran disco de Ana Laan, Nicolette Larson o de Natalie Prass; escuchamos lo nuevo de Wallis Bird y de Lake Street Dive o tres canciones seguidas de artistas canadienses y otras tres de artistas australianos. DISCO 1 JAMES TAYLOR Instrumental II  DISCO 2 ANA LAAN Lime Lemon Pie  DISCO 3 NATALIE PRASS Short Court Style DISCO 4 WALLIS BIRD Pretty Lies DISCO 5 CRASH TEST DUMMIES MMM MMM MMM MMM DISCO 6 CRISSI COCHRANE And Still We Move  DISCO 7 SARAH HARMER Just Get Here DISCO 8 KENNY ROGERS I Can’t Make You Love Me DISCO 9 LAKE STREET DIVE Nick Of Time DISCO 10 BONNIE RAITT Have A Heart DISCO 11 NICOLETTE LARSON Fallen DISCO 12 COLIN HAY Beautiful World DISCO 13 DANNY GEORGE WILSON Fishing Line DISCO 14 XAVIER RUUD The Window BONUS TRACK JORGE DREXLER Cinturón blanco Escuchar audio

Holmberg's Morning Sickness
07-27-22 - John's BDay Night Included Too Many Drinks And Almost Fighting An Old Man At A Surprise Gift To The James Taylor Concert

Holmberg's Morning Sickness

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 26:21


Holmberg's Morning Sickness - Opening Break - Wednesday July 27, 2022

What the Riff?!?
1987 - February: Steve Winwood “Back in the High Life”

What the Riff?!?

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 48:51


Steve Winwood was a well known vocalist and guitarist throughout the rock era due to his contributions to the Spencer Davis Group, Traffic, and Blind Faith.  His solo career would hit its high water mark with his fourth studio album, Back in the High Life.  It was originally released in June 1986, and we are featuring it in February 1987 when the last single, “The Finer Things” was released and was headed up the charts.Winwood had seen success as a soloist previously, but his last US album hit had been in 1980 when “Arc of a Diver” hit number 3 on the Billboard 200 chart.  For this new album Winwood  turned to Ron Weisner as manager, who had worked with Madonna and Michael Jackson.  Weisner encouraged him to record in New York, away from his home where Winwood was having marital difficulties.  He also encouraged Winwood to sing from the front of the stage rather than from behind the keyboards, positioning him as more of a front man than keyboardist.To say the result was a success would be an understatement.  Five of the eight songs would be released as singles.  Winwood would become a household name with this album, crossing over to find success in pop rock and adult contemporary genres.Rob brings us this album, and friend of the show Bill Cook joins us while Bruce is out.The Finer ThingsThis song went to number 8 on the charts.  This synth-driven piece encourages people to take time to enjoy the moment.  While finer things are often thought to be luxury goods, Winwood instead portrays "finer things" in terms of relationships.  Split DecisionAnother single with a more rock-oriented feel, this track features Joe Walsh on guitar.  It went to number 3 on the U.S. charts. The lyrics reflect the idea that there are two faces to us - one confident, one not sure.  "One man puts the fire out, the other lights the fuse."Take It As It ComesThis is a deeper cut even though it was released as a single, and features a horn section.  The lyrics take a stoic approach to life, that we need to take the good and the bad as it comes.Back In the High Life AgainA huge hit on both pop and rock stations, this title track starts with Winwood playing a mandolin, and features James Taylor on background vocals.  This song would hit number 1 on the adult contemporary charts and number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100.  These lyrics take a more positive tact than "Take It As It Comes," expressing confidence that we'll be back on top soon. ENTERTAINMENT TRACK:Winner Takes It All by Sammy Hagar (from the motion picture “Over the Top”Sylvester Stallone starred in this action movie focused on arm wrestling.  It was released in February 1987. STAFF PICKS:Stay the Night by Benjamin Orr Brian brings us a solo effort from former Cars bassist Benjamin Orr.  Both Cars front man Ric Ocasek and Orr had successful solo projects at the time.  This synth-heavy piece hit number 24 on the Billboard Hot 100, and was Orr's only venture into the top 40.  Will You Still Love Me by ChicagoFriend of the show Bill Cook features a song off Chicago XVIII, their fifteenth studio album.  It is the second single from the album, and reached number 3 on the U.S. charts.  Jason Scheff, new vocalist and bassist for the band, sings lead in the place of Peter Cetera who had left the band to pursue a solo career. Fight For Your Right by the Beastie BoysWayne's staff pick rocks out with a an anthem from the debut album from the Beastie Boys, "Licensed to Ill."  It hit number 7 on the Billboard Hot 100.  This song was intended as a parody of "party" and "attitude" themed songs, but it took on a life of its own as a legitimate "attitude" song.Ready Or Not by Lou GrammRob's finishes the staff picks with the front man from Foreigner.  This is the title track off Gramm's solo album, and it made it to number 7 on the rock charts.  It is the second single from the album.     NOVELTY TRACK:Secret Agent Man/James Bond is Back by Bruce WillisBruce Willis was starring in Moonlighting at the time, and parleyed this into some music singles including this one.

Whole 'Nuther Thing
Episode 691: Whole 'Nuther Thing July24, 2022

Whole 'Nuther Thing

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 124:39


"I awoke last night to the sound of thunderHow far off I sat and wonderedStarted humming a song from 1962Ain't it funny how the night movesWhen you just don't seem to have as much to loseStrange how the night movesWith autumn closing in"Well, Autumn's a ways off but we can still hum some tunes together like we used to on the Sunday Edition of Whole 'Nuther Thing. Joining us this afternoon are Patti Smith, Lou Reed, Beth Hart w Joe Bonamassa, Buzzy Linhart, The Doors, Bob Dylan, Big Brother & The Holding Company, James Taylor, Ten Years After, Dion, Buffalo Springfield, The Tradewinds, Hollies, Beach Boys, Alan Parsons Project, Traffic, Tears For Fears, David Bromberg, Led Zeppelin, Velvet Underground, Jefferson Airplane, Donovan, Spanky & Our Gang, Jeff Buckley, Richard Barone and Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band.

The J-Talk Podcast
JTET - J2 Round 27 / J3 Round 17 / EC Review

The J-Talk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 61:14


Just in time for another J.League weekend, JTET is back & banging with all of the news and match reviews from J2 & J3. This week, we kick off with a solo review of the Emperor's Cup games that involved a J2 participant from last midweek - James Taylor is at the controls for that one. After that, Jon Steele was joined by special guest, & Kumamoto fan, Garry Irwin (pod debut) to review 3 of the big J2 matches from last weekend. Following that, Jon rounds up all of the other J2 action, before rejoining Garry for the now-traditional preview of the upcoming Round 28 games. If that wasn't enough, never fear: the pod concluded with 'J-Talk: Short Corner', bringing you all of the latest J3 news. With Mike 'The Magic' Innes on holiday, James is on hand to take you through a big weekend of J3 action. Enjoy the show, and thanks for all the support!

Signal To Noise Podcast
How We Got Loud - 2. David Morgan, Connecting The Artist & Audience

Signal To Noise Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 84:07


On episode 2 of How We Got Loud, Chris Leonard talks with David Morgan, currently the FOH Engineer for James Taylor, Stevie Nicks & Fleetwood Mac. David is one of the humblest people I have met with a resume that's multiple pages deep with artists like Paul Simon, Whitney Houston, Steely Dan, the Doobie Brothers and so many more. He has also been nominated multiple times and won a Parnelli award and the TEC Foundation Award.  David loves looking at people's faces as they walk out of a show, and getting instant feedback on the connection made between the artist and the audience. “I live from on the rush of live shows, that's what keeps me in it, that's what keeps me getting up the next day, it keeps me improving the quality of mixes, it keeps me learning new things…. It's all about the love!” - David MorganMake sure you check out How We Got Loud.com to see some of the pictures David has sent me as well as other episodes. While you are at it please tell a friend about this podcast and subscribe on your favorite podcast player. Please check out and support The Roadie Clinic, Their mission is simple. "We exist to empower & heal roadies and their families by providing resources & services tailored to the struggles of the touring lifestyle."

RIPEcast by Space Cowboys
Black Velveteen on the RIPEcast

RIPEcast by Space Cowboys

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 86:18


This week we're pleased to return to our series focused on DJs who are women in our community, with a new mix from Seattle based Black Velveteen. About Black Velveteen: Before she became Black Velveteen, Chris Offutt was born and raised on the South Side of Chicago. Her parents introduced her to a wide range of music; Motown to Mozart and everything in between. Some frequently featured artists in young Chris's house were Aretha Franklin, Fleetwood Mac, Stevie Wonder and James Taylor. Current influences include Chris Fortier, Steve Porter, Wild Culture,Juliet Sikora, Mathias Meyer, Inxec, Milty Evans, Stimming From a very young age she dreamed of hosting her own radio show. In 2011 that dream came to fruition when she had her own show “ Progressions in House” on FNOOB based out of London. She is a resident for Proton Radio and hosts her own show Integrated. Chris has enjoyed DJing around the San Francisco Bay Area over the past 5 years. In 2012 she became the resident DJ and musical director at Aloft Hotel SFO. In 2013 Djing in the Pride Parade on the W Hotel float. In 2015 she was asked to perform on the Tantra Stage for Pride in San Francisco. She was in rotation at The End Up and did guest spots and Monarch, The Great Northern and Wish. In 2016 Chris was asked to join AirPusher Collective. She has also done guest mixes for FriskyRadio, ProtonRadio and Elastic Beatz and more. Whether she is spinning for friends and family in her home or on Parade floats and Art Cars in the dessert for Burning Man or Night Clubs Black Velveteen never fails to delight and inspire her audience! In 2018, her Sunrise Set at Sonic Runway on the infamous Airpusher Art Car was recognized as one of the top 9 sets of Burning Man by Billboard Dance. BV was deeply honored by this mention. She has also opened for headliners such as Blond:sh, Donald Glaude and Mat.Joe In 2021 she was asked to join the wildly popular Noise Complaint crew in Seattle and was delighted to do so. She also curates dj mixes for Proton on Spotify and Apple Music. This lady is busy!! Please tune into Integrated on Proton Radio every 4th Wednesday 7am PST 10am EST More from Black Velveteen: Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/blackvelveteennow Mixcloud: https://www.mixcloud.com/blackvelveteennow/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/blackvelveteenow Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/djblackvelveteen/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Blackvelvteen Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/blackvelveteen Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbldsebFGb7kma6G9cH0giA Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/1bDXI5wtgyvo2b4Fkv762Y

Highlands Bunker
E195 - Back to the Community (w/James Taylor)

Highlands Bunker

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 64:17


State House candidate James Taylor joins Rob in the virtual bunker to talk about how his background in Wilmington led him to Berklee and back again, why he's running for office, and what needs to be done to fix Delaware government.Show Notes:James's siteDonate to JamesPascal Robert articleGulftainer update

Los conciertos de Radio 3
Los conciertos de Radio 3 - Versones 4 - 14/07/22

Los conciertos de Radio 3

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 30:25


Cuarto episodio veraniego de versiones de esta temporada: escuchamos a Staytons con ‘Sigue girando’ (Ratones Paranoicos), Los Sex con ‘God Save the Queen’ (Sex Pistols), Kaotiko con ‘Su falso mundo’ (Basotti), The Birra’s Terror con ‘Privar con colegas’ (Sergio Dalma), Moreira con ‘Tu me acostumbraste’ (Los Panchos), Monalisa con ‘Aunque tú no lo sepas’ (Enrique Urquijo), Mosh con ‘Song 2’ (Blur), Amante Laffón con ‘No sabes mentir’ (Cupido), Gabriel Ríos con ‘No soy de aquí ni soy de allá’ (Facundo Cabral), From con ‘No debiste asustarme’ (El Último Sueño) y David Burnett con ‘You Can Close Your Eyes’ (James Taylor). Escuchar audio

The J-Talk Podcast
J-Talk: Extra Time J2 MD26 & J3 MD16

The J-Talk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022 72:33


Jon Steele joined James Taylor to discuss the action from matchday 26 of J2, focusing on Niigata's win in Yamaguchi and Shion Homma's transfer to Club Brugge, Yokohama FC's draw with Tokushima, and more dropped points in stoppage time for Omiya against Tokyo Verdy. James reviewed the rest of the action, and then the boys took a look ahead to the weekend's games. Then, Magic Mike Innes has all the latest from J3 in J-Talk: Short Corner.   00:00-12:18 Yamaguchi v Niigata 12:19-21:37 Tokushima v Yokohama FC 21:38-33:15 Omiya v Tokyo Verdy 33:16-42:32 J2 MD26 roundup 42:33-51:20 J2 MD27 preview 51:21 to end Short Corner           Thanks to Steve (@ardija01talk) for his question, and to everyone for your continued support of the pod. We hope you enjoy the episode and the football!

The Steven Thompson Experience
The Steven Thompson Experience- Fire and Rain

The Steven Thompson Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 15:11


Welcome to Gimme Shelter-The latest episode of The Steven Thompson Experience. Thanks to each and every one of you for tuning in to the show and joining us on this journey. I am talking about Punctuation, Synder's Hope Theory, James William Charles Penningtonand the song Fire and Rain by James Taylor.. I hope you enjoy the episode! And if you do please subscribe and spread the word to your friends and ask them to listen as well! About the Show: Each episode of the Steven Thompson Experience is designed to Educate, Inform and Inspire people to pursue their gifts and use them to serve others. I also want to introduce you to new heroes who showed bravery and courage in the face of many obstacles.

The Carl Nelson Show
Dr. James Taylor, Activist Kim Poole & 2 Victims of the BP Oil Spill l The Carl Nelson Show

The Carl Nelson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 150:35


Black Politics Expert Dr. James Taylor checks into our classroom on Monday morning. Dr. Taylor will review the fallout from the ongoing January 6th hearings & the repeal of Rowe versus Wade, and what it means for the Black Community. Before we hear from Dr. Taylor, two victims of the BP Oil spill update us on the issue. Getting us started activist Kim Poole previews her upcoming Tanzania trip. The Big Show starts on WOL 95.9 FM & 1450 AM, 1010 AM WOLB and woldcnews.com at 6 am ET., 5 am CT., 3 am PT., and 11 am BST. Call in # 800 450 7876 to participate, & listen live  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

We Are Everywhere
Episode 23 - Tim Bangert

We Are Everywhere

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 9, 2022 66:07


This week's guest is Tim Bangert! After a few failed attempts by some friends to get Phish to stick in Tim's ears he finally took the plunge and went to The Great Went, and the rest is history! After The Great Went, the majority of Tim's Phish shows fell into the years of '98 & '99. We talked about Tim's First show experience, some of his favorite jams, the songs he is chasing, and what member of Phish he would most like to meet. To be featured on a future episode, shoot an email to sttf.weareeverywhere@gmail.com Tim summed up his trip to The Great Went in an essay that you can read below.   How did I end up in Limestone, Maine, in August of 1997 to see a band in which I had relatively little interest? I will start the tale of my first Phish show a few years prior to that. I did know a little of the band and had a few friends loan me their music telling me how great they were, but even with all the music I chased down in used music stores and played on a weekly college radio shows, Phish was a barely part of it. The first time I recall hearing the name of the band was in 1992 in a local radio ad for a Santana concert. Funny story there is that the announcer said, “with special guest Phish,” over Santana's “All I Ever Wanted.” I only knew the few Santana songs in K-SHE 95's rotation (“Black Magic Woman,” “Oye Como Va”), so my brain immediately associated “All I Ever Wanted” with Phish. Thinking about it, that might be a fun cover for Phish to play. Phish obviously wasn't getting played on local commercial stations in St. Louis, so that was that. The following winter in college a guy named Joe who lived across the hall from me told me I had to listen to Phish. He handed me a copy of A Picture of Nectar. I am not certain how much of it I listened to, but I think I thought it was too goofy and underproduced as it jumped from the manic “Llama” to gentle “Eliza” and so on. I still think it's goofy and underproduced but in a much more endearing way. A short while later my cousin came to visit me at school. She was a senior in high school and brought a copy of Junta along. I remember hearing “Fee” and once again thinking what a goofy band this was. Why were people recommending them to me? What was I missing here? Later that year she made me a mix tape that include The Mango Song. A strange one to hand anyone to say, hey, listen to this band! Somehow it wound its daft way into my brain with every listen. I think I thought the piano had a bit of Vince Guaraldi's sound from all the Charlie Brown specials. In the fall of 1994, a fellow RA named Matt asks me if I play any music by Phish on my weekly college radio show. I tell him I had heard a bit, but they never did it for me. He hands me a copy of the just-released Hoist and says to give it another shot. I immediately liked the opening track “Julius” and played it on my show. I recall liking “Down with Disease,” “Sample in a Jar,” and possibly “Wolfman's Brother” enough that I dubbed the whole thing and had it on a steady rotation in my car's cassette deck. There were a few songs I always skipped past. “Lifeboy,” “Dog Faced Boy,” and “Demand” come to mind. I'm still not big on them and oddly enough they are the three that I have never seen live (“Riker's Mailbox” and “Yerushalayim Shel Zahav” notwithstanding). Jump ahead to spring of 1996 and Andy Rosenhack, who worked in the dorms with me and showed me how to run the board and queue up songs at WRBU, returned to Peoria for Senior Walk (that's a whole different story). We were out to lunch with a group of friends and he starts telling me about going to see Phish and how great it was. His first show was the 12/7/95 Niagara Falls show. He was also talking a lot about seeing DMB and how great they were, which I think steered the conversation because by that point DMB was pretty big on the radio. I'm pretty sure I was evangelizing for Wilco around that point in time, which seemed pretty not-Phish. That summer I moved out to Colorado for a short time. Phish was in the news, as their four-night stand at Red Rocks was marred by the weird clashes taking place in Morrison by fans unable to get tickets to the shows. I was nowhere near it and Phish still was not really on my radar. I moved back to Illinois in early 1997, bounced around looking for work, and ended up with a contract job in the suburbs of Chicago. It was a pretty dreary time and I was looking for a way to get out of the rut that was surely forming in the 8-to-5 world of I.T. Andy contacts me and says I should come see Phish with him. Where are they playing? Why, in Maine! It's a festival! I tell him sure, why not. I've been at my job a few months and deserve some time off, right? He sent me two 90-minute cassettes to prep me for the show. The first was set 2 of the first night of the Clifford Ball 1. It's an interesting set covering a wide range of styles. The second tape was a doozy that probably made me say “What the hell is this?” It was the Bomb Factory Tweezerfest set. Really, is that what you hand somebody when you want them to listen to live Phish for the first time? It was out there. We wrangled another college friend Bill Korbecki to come along for the road trip. Bill lived near Chicago, so I had company for the drive to Rochester. If I recall correctly, we drove the northern route through Detroit and Niagara to get to Andy's place in Rochester, New York. Ah, for the days when crossing into and out of Canada didn't require a passport or a lot of suspicion. We didn't head straight up to the show, though. Andy was working as a day camp counselor that summer. Bill and I tagged along to help out, as they were making tie-dye t-shirts that day. I made mine out of a Sugar 1994 Tour shirt 2. That evening Bill and I hung out at Andy's place because he had tickets to take his girlfriend to see James Taylor. When he returned from the JT show we took off for Maine. It couldn't be that far, right? It's just getting to Massachusetts and then through a sliver of New Hampshire. Ha. Little did I realize how remote this concert would be. The route couldn't be easier. Take I-90 east until it hits I-95 outside Boston. Head north on I-95 until the final exit before New Brunswick. Hop off and go north on US-1 and follow the traffic jam to the decommissioned Loring Air Force Base. I remember hearing on the radio local kids in Arastook County were out of school for potato harvest. The residents in the area were curious about the parade of cars winding northward, but they were gracious nonetheless. Getting to the lot the morning of the show we were parked far back on the right side of the runway. The scale of it was overwhelming. Where the heck was the stage? Attempting to piece together the first day of music here. The walk to the concert grounds was far but did not feel that way. Too many interesting people and too much interesting merchandise being hawked. I don't remember much of the festival area. Andy did paint on one of the wooden planks flanking the area. Those planks would become part of the sculpture that evolved on the scaffolding to the right of the stage. I think Andy met Page in that time, too. I had no clue who any of the band were. 1 Split Open and Melt, Sparkle, Free, The Squirming Coil, Waste, Talk, Train Song, Strange Design, Hello My Baby, Mikes Song, Simple, Contact & Weekapaug Groove. 2 I can't believe I did that. My apologies to Bob Mould. The show started late that afternoon. “Makisupa Policeman” holds the honor of the first live song I saw Phish play. Keyword? “Goo balls.” Me being the neophyte I am, I thought Trey said “blue balls.” Ha. I had no idea the significance of the partial “Harpua” that followed. That day warped me for how long an opening set should be at around 100 minutes. I later learned listening to the tapes that the first few songs were a de facto soundcheck. Looking back it's strange to think I got a daytime YEM (it's hard to think of it without the lights) and a beautiful solo to end “Squirming Coil.” Page's words after his bow? “Stick around.” I knew only two songs they played that day. “Wolfman's Brother” to open the second set and “Julius” to close it out. That helped keep things familiar for me. I was worn out late in the third set and told the guys I would meet them back at the car, so I listened to the encore from afar. Not knowing much of anything, I obviously missed the late-night DJ set the band put on in the disco tent. The next morning was crisp and bright. Flyers had been circulating requesting participants for a mass photo shoot. The catch? It called for folks to doff their clothes. Anyone hearing this story would think I was the one who had to be dragged into such an event, but the opposite is the case. I told Bill and Andy that we should be in the photo. They thought I was bluffing and said if I was in, they'd be in, too. So sometime late that morning I led them to the staging area to sign waivers, drop our clothes near some bike racks, and parade out onto an empty stretch of runway in our birthday suits with 1,100 other people. It was not as nerve-wracking as I thought it might be. For our participation, we were supposed to be sent a copy of the photo, but unfortunately, I was bouncing between addresses at the time and mine never made it to me. Andy did receive his. The photo is rather morbid in my eyes. It's monochrome and looks like a thousand corpses lined up on pavement, which completely belies the festive atmosphere of the shoot. While I did not receive the poster, there is proof of me in one of the pictures in 1998's The Phish Book. Yep. My caveat for anyone seeing that page in the book is that northern Maine mornings are chilly. ;) We meandered about that day. I was amazed at all the vending taking place, though I was still too green to understand references to songs or other cultural touchstones. I did buy a lot shirt, though. It was tie-dye, had a Phish logo with Summer Tour 97 around it, and on the back a faux Maine license plate with GR8-WENT. It cost me $5 because it had some rips in the front and was the last of the vendor's lot. I don't think I ever wore it, but it's still stowed away too cherished to be thrown out. I remember much more of the second day of music. I loved the song “The Wedge” the moment they opened with it. Limestone blocks so large, indeed. After the set we wandered a bit for food and water. Getting back into the concert area we ended up about 20 to 25 rows back Page side. The place was buzzing as the night and cool air creeped in. One anomaly of this show that I did not realize was Fish not wearing his trademark donut dress. He was in jeans that weekend. For the second night he had on a fleece adorned winter hat. Trey also had on a warm striped beanie for the second set. They kicked off the set with “Down With Disease” which I knew from good old Hoist. The song raged on for twenty minutes and then dropped down to a simple little guitar and bass conversation between Trey and Mike, as Page and Fish stepped to two easels on the stage. We could see the two of them painting on shaped boards, similar to those Andy had painted on in the festival area. Trey played the chords of “Bathtub Gin” as Fish found his way back to the drum kit. The song was new to me, but it's so catchy. The cadence of lyrics at first reminded me of Bob Dylan's “Subterranean Homesick Blues” and of course was familiar with its Gershwin quotes throughout. Something clicked for me right then and there. Little did I know this would be one of the signature live jams of the band's career, but I did know something special was happening. It's a version that never loses steam and never grows stale on repeated listenings. There's a group on Facebook called “The Great Went Bathtub Gin Changed My Life.” I did not start the group, but I certainly understand why it was created. The song is 20 minutes of inspired playing and improvisation. As Gin wound down and melted into the quick bluegrass fix of “Uncle Pen,” we were only halfway through the set. The next 45 minutes would be just as inspired. The next song was just as familiar because Strauss' “Also Sprach Zarathustra” is embedded in the DNA of anyone alive after 2001: A Space Odyssey. More painting, this time Trey and Mike stepping to the easels while Fish and Page keep the jam going. What's up with all this painting, anyway? As 2001 fades into what becomes known as “Art Jam” on tapes, Trey tells us about creating art with the audience. The band's planks are crowd surfed over to the scaffolding where all the planks painted by festival-goers hang in one crazy pile. The spotlight is on the newly created sculpture as the band kicks into “Harry Hood.” Another new one for me, but it's a glorious swell. As “Hood” drops into the post “Thank you, Mr. Miner” jam, Trey asks Chris Kuroda to cut the lights because the moon is bright and the sculpture is growing in beauty with every passing second. With that, the air begins to fill with colored lights. A glowstick war breaks out. Without the usual concert lights to dampen things, the sticks take on an epic feel. The jam seems to rise and fall with the number in the air. It was exhilarating. I couldn't imagine being anywhere else. As “Hood” ended Trey tells the crowd to go get more of those things because they look amazing. 90 minutes had gone by in what seemed like 9. The crowd was floating. And we still had another set to go. Over the course of the second set the crowd grew more dense. We had nowhere to go between sets. I remember gallon jugs of water being passed around the crowd. I was so thankful for a few sips. It sustained me through the end of the show in an incredibly cramped space. The final set was not as epic, but introduced me to a few more facets of the band. I remember each song, but specifics of only a few. We were still pinned in with the crowd and hadn't had a chance to sit down in hours (maybe we did? I remember standing the whole time). I'm sure a lot of people took “Dirt” to be a chance to rest after the intricate “Guyute,” but it hit me just right. Combined with the cold air, Trey's whistling and the simple guitar line were an emotional high point for me. The same goes with the set closing “Prince Caspian.” I was thrilled hearing “When the Circus Comes” as the encore, since I am a big fan of the old Los Lobos tune. I didn't realize its lyric “the day I burn this whole place down” would soon become a reality as they tore into “Tweezer Reprise.” A huge timber dressed up as a match was lit and tipped against the sculpture that an hour or two earlier we had been admiring during “Harry Hood.” The whole thing went up in an intense blaze as the encore raged. The crowd was going crazy. Wow. Is this what every Phish show is like? Maybe so, maybe not. One of the great things about the fest were all the folks vending from their vehicles. I was famished after the nighttime sets. As we strolled back up the runway I hear a voice singing out “15 ingredient veggie burritos!” A burrito sounded like it would be perfect, so we stopped to grab one. As the woman is wrapping one up I can't resist asking, “So, what are the 15 ingredients in this burrito?” Here's how Andy recalls her reply: “Rice, 5 kinds of beans, cilantro, cheese, cilantro, rice, cilantro, 5 kinds of beans, cheese, rice, and cilantro.” Ha! Who am I to question that? It was delicious. We took time to rest at the car and headed out of the base the next morning. Traffic was heavy, but moved pretty well. When we hopped on I-95 again one of the strangest things I've ever seen happened. Troopers were pulling cars over en masse. We were not among those targeted by the state patrol, but it was weird. The only other Maine thing we really did when we were up that way was a stop at the L.L. Bean flagship store. I bought a wool plaid cap that I recently passed on to my daughter. The rest of the ride back to Rochester I remember mainly for Andy introducing us to the music of Ani Difranco. As the rest of the year went along, I got a bit more into Phish, but really sought out Ani's stuff. Two completely different sounds, but artists who completely do things their own way. The drive to Chicago is a bit of a blur to me now. I'm guessing exhaustion was setting in and we were looking forward to getting home.  

How to English: Teach and Learn with Gav & Em
12. SPOTIFY VIDEO - Conferences - Featuring James Taylor from BRAZ-TESOL - Vocabulary from Naeem

How to English: Teach and Learn with Gav & Em

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 27:41


Have you been to a conference this year? What kind of conferences interest you? With James Taylor, a very special guest from BRAZ-TESOL teachers' association, Gav and Em discuss the topic of conferences. Don't forget to listen to this episode's vocabulary section where Naeem tackles two very tricky words. Transcription with audio: https://share.descript.com/view/JYfpUK8Gx8g BRAZ-TESOL links: https://braztesol.org.br/ https://www.facebook.com/braztesol https://www.instagram.com/braztesol/ English with Naeem: https://www.instagram.com/englishwithnaeem/ References: Raise Up! Course books: https://raiseup.gumroad.com/ https://info.wwsg.com/blog/difference-between-plenary-and-keynote-speakers https://www.ets.org/toefl/conferences#tabs-past https://students.unimelb.edu.au/academic-skills/explore-our-resources/speaking-and-presenting/presenting-at-conferences#Presenting%20your%20research

The Shaun Thompson Show
July 5, 2022

The Shaun Thompson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 99:18


Shaun gives his take on the Highland Park shooting. PLUS, Independant Institute's John C. Goodman gives Shaun an alternative to the disaster of Obamacare and James Taylor, President of the Heatland Institute, celebrates our big win from The Supreme Court last week.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The J-Talk Podcast
JTET J2 MD24 & J3 MD 15

The J-Talk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2022 32:51


James Taylor reviews the J2 games from the weekend, when 8 of the 11 were away wins, but bottom 2 Omiya and Ryukyu couldn't get anything from their travels. There's a preview of Wednesday night's J2 games too. As ever, Mike Innes rounds up all the weekend's J3 action in J-Talk: Short Corner, including Imabari's biggest ever J.League win.   00:00-10:35 J2 roundup 10:36-11:35 J2 preview 11:36-31:04 J3 roundup 31:05 to end J3 preview

The J-Talk Podcast
JTET - J2 Round 23 / J3 Round 14 Review

The J-Talk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 80:03


Fashionably late this week (sorry!), the JTET gang look back over another interesting weekend in J2 & J3. In Part 1, Jon Steele was joined by James Taylor to review a trio of big matches from last weekend in J2: 01:10 to 14:00 - JEF Chiba v Tokyo Verdy 14:00 to 25:00 - Sendai v Yamagata 25:00 to 37:00 - Ryukyu v Machida After that, Jon reviews the rest of the J2 action solo (37:20 to 47:30), before rejoining James to preview all of the upcoming Round 24 action (47:30 to 54:00). Following all of the J2 chat, Mike 'The Magic' Innes in on hand to review the latest J3 action (54:30 to Finish), answer listener questions, and preview the upcoming Round 15 fixtures in the third tier. Hope everyone enjoys the show, and thanks for waiting for the upload this week!

Shopping For Tea
The One About James Taylor

Shopping For Tea

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 51:33


In this episode we talk all things James Taylor. We also talk Trixie Motel, upcoming shows, and the controversial overturn of Roe V. Wade --- 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/shoppingfortea/message

How to English: Teach and Learn with Gav & Em
12. Conferences - Featuring James Taylor from BRAZ-TESOL - Vocabulary from Naeem (transcribed)

How to English: Teach and Learn with Gav & Em

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 27:40


Have you been to a conference this year? What kind of conferences interest you? With James Taylor, a very special guest from BRAZ-TESOL teachers' association, Gav and Em discuss the topic of conferences. Don't forget to listen to this episode's vocabulary section where Naeem tackles two very tricky words. Transcription with audio: https://share.descript.com/view/JYfpUK8Gx8g BRAZ-TESOL links: https://braztesol.org.br/ https://www.facebook.com/braztesol https://www.instagram.com/braztesol/ English with Naeem: https://www.instagram.com/englishwithnaeem/ References: Raise Up! Course books: https://raiseup.gumroad.com/ https://info.wwsg.com/blog/difference-between-plenary-and-keynote-speakers https://www.ets.org/toefl/conferences#tabs-past https://students.unimelb.edu.au/academic-skills/explore-our-resources/speaking-and-presenting/presenting-at-conferences#Presenting%20your%20research

The John Steigerwald Show
The John Steigerwald Show - Friday July 1, 2022

The John Steigerwald Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 51:48


Good Ol' Aunt Rachel               Today:  Dr. Rachel Levine wins the award for the ugliest hair in the history of the federal government.  She also wins another prestigious award for a statement on “gender-affirming” care.  Then, media expert Jeffrey McCall, writing for The Hill, says America's rhetorical sphere has descended into chaos.  Later, James Taylor, with the Heartland Institute, celebrates the Supreme Court ripping the EPA apart. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Game Changers With Vicki Abelson
Steve Postell Live On Game Changers With Vicki Abelson

Game Changers With Vicki Abelson

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 93:45


Steve Postell Live on Game Changers With Vicki Abelson Singer/Songwriter/Producer, Steve Postell and I go way back to Bleecker Street in the heady daze of the New York club scene. He's played every club I've booked and guested on every show I've hosted and produced. Whenever we see each other we pick up right where we left off, as comfortable as a pair of favorite faded jeans, and yet, still exciting and new. Incredible songwriter, amazing guitarist, with the voice of an angel, Steve treated us to a mini-concert sprinkled throughout, from his latest pearls to his golden gems. A first long-awaited music lesson at 8 with his first guitar, which he outgrew the first week, to his first gig for $25 when he was 13, how an art class with Bob Dylan may have changed his life, to solo gigs, Broadway touring companies, to Broadway itself, with Patti Lapone's Evita, jingles, record deals, Pure Prairie League, his own bands, recording, engineering, producing, New York to LA, The Night Train Music Club, first meets with Leland Sklar, Waddy Wachtel, Russ Kunkle, and Danny Kortchmar, and how the Immediate Family was born. Danny Tedesco's upcoming doc on them, featuring players Steve idolized, who are now cohorts and friends… James Taylor, Jackson Browne, Carole King… playing with Michael McDonald, David Crosby, and most recently, Kenny Loggins, around a campfire and on stage, plus his sold-out show at McCabe's. Steve's living his dream, always putting in the time with disciplined daily practice, an indefatigable work ethic, and extraordinary talent. Old friends are treasures. This gifted one, a gift to us all. Steve Postell Live on Game Changers With Vicki Abelson Wednesday, 6/29/22, 5 pm PT, 8 pm ET Streamed Live on my Facebook Replay here: https://bit.ly/3I39ncU All BROADcasts, as podcasts, also available on iTunes apple.co/2dj8ld3 Stitcher bit.ly/2h3R1fla tunein bit.ly/2gGeItj Also on iHeartRadio, SoundCloud, Voox, OwlTail, Backtracks, PlayerFM, Himalaya, Podchaser, and Listen Notes Thanks to Rick Smolke of Quik Impressions, the best printers, printing, the best people people-ing. quikimpressions.com Nicole Venables of Ruby Begonia Hair Studio Beauty and Products, for the best tressed. http://www.rubybegoniahairstudio.com/ Blue Microphones and Kevin Walt

Huckabee
Sean Davis, Matt Walsh, Rebecca St. James, Taylor Calmus | HUCKABEE

Huckabee

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 56:50


Co-Founder of The Federalist, Sean Davis, UNPACKS the recent SCOTUS ruling. Matt Walsh discusses his documentary all about a SIMPLE question: What is a woman? Dude Dad Taylor Calmus gives a HILARIOUS comedic performance on fatherhood. Rebecca St. James OPENS UP about her career and performs! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Keen On Democracy
Emma Brodie on Joni Mitchell and James Taylor, a Love Affair So Melodic That It Had to Be Transformed Into Fiction

Keen On Democracy

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 38:25


Hosted by Andrew Keen, Keen On features conversations with some of the world's leading thinkers and writers about the economic, political, and technological issues being discussed in the news, right now. In this episode, Andrew is joined by Emma Brodie, author of Songs in Ursa Major. Emma Brodie has worked in book publishing for a decade, most recently as an executive editor at Little, Brown's Voracious imprint. She graduated from the Johns Hopkins University's Writing Seminars program, and is a longtime contributor to HuffPost and a faculty member at Catapult. She lives in Brooklyn with her husband and their dog, Freddie Mercury. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

SuperCreativity Podcast with James Taylor | Creativity, Innovation and Inspiring Ideas
The World’s Most Creative People With Debbie Millman – #337

SuperCreativity Podcast with James Taylor | Creativity, Innovation and Inspiring Ideas

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 35:35


The World's Most Creative People With Debbie Millman – #337 Named as “one of the most creative people in business” by Fast Company, Debbie Millman is a designer, author, educator, curator and host of the podcast “Design Matters,” one of the world's first and longest running podcasts. In the 16 years since its inception, “Design […] The post The World's Most Creative People With Debbie Millman – #337 appeared first on James Taylor.

SuperCreativity Podcast with James Taylor | Creativity, Innovation and Inspiring Ideas
The Story of Paypal and the Entrepreneurs Who Shaped Silicon Valley With Jimmy Soni – #336

SuperCreativity Podcast with James Taylor | Creativity, Innovation and Inspiring Ideas

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022 59:06


The Story of Paypal and the Entrepreneurs Who Shaped Silicon Valley With Jimmy Soni Tesla, Facebook, YouTube, SpaceX, Yelp, Palantir and LinkedIn. What do all of these companies have in common? They were all formed, funded, or advised by a small group of men who founded or worked at one company, PayPal. Members of the […] The post The Story of Paypal and the Entrepreneurs Who Shaped Silicon Valley With Jimmy Soni – #336 appeared first on James Taylor.

The J-Talk Podcast
JTET - Emperor's Cup Round 3 Review

The J-Talk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 13:17


After a busy midweek of Emperor's Cup action, Jon Steele and James Taylor look back over the Round 3 ties that included J2 participants. In Part 1, Jon reviews the games featuring Kanto-based teams (more or less), including shocks for five J1 sides. In Part 2, James picks up the rest of the schedule, including Kanazawa's tie against Nagoya (which I believe he attended, the lucky chap). Thanks as always for the support, & enjoy this mini-pod!

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
GGACP Classic: Peter Asher

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 77:42 Very Popular


GGACP celebrates the birthday (June 22nd) of Grammy-winning producer, British Invasion rocker and former Apple Records exec Peter Asher with this memorable interview from 2017. In this episode, Peter joins the boys for a fascinating discussion about the genius of James Taylor, the profound influence of the Everly Brothers, the rivalry between the Beach Boys and the Fab Four and the 50th anniversary of “Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.” Also, John Lennon meets Yoko Ono, Linda Ronstadt teams with Nelson Riddle, Peter and Gordon play the '64 World's Fair and Peter becomes the first person to hear "I Want to Hold Your Hand." PLUS: The genius of Spike Milligan! Gilbert sings! Jackie Gleason acts out! Peter “inspires” Austin Powers! Chad & Jeremy meet the Caped Crusaders! And a “rejected” Beatles tune lands Peter at the top of the charts! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The J-Talk Podcast
J-Talk Extra Time J2 MD22 & J3 MD 13

The J-Talk Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 68:07


James Taylor and Jon Steele convened to discuss the latest J2 action, focusing on Sendai v Yokohama FC, Yamagata v Kofu and Iwate v Tokushima. James reviewed the rest of the games from the weekend and last Wednesday's rearranged match, before previewing round 23 with Jon. Then, Mike Innes reviewed the action from J3 and previewed the upcoming league fixtures.   00:00-10:09 Sendai v Yokohama FC 10:10-16:08 Yamagata v Kofu 16:09-24:12 Iwate v Tokushima 24:13 to 36:04 J2 MD22 roundup (plus rearranged MD16 game) 36:05 to 42:20 J2 MD23 preview 42:21 to 1:05:09 J3 MD13 review (plus rearranged MD8 game) 1:05:10 to end J3 MD14 preview

Holmberg's Morning Sickness
06-23-22 - BR - THU - Kraft Changing Their Mac N Chz - China Creates Porn Detector App Making John Think Of Midwest Salt Cellars - Jeremiah James Taylor Arrested Trying To Help

Holmberg's Morning Sickness

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 27:30


Holmberg's Morning Sickness - Brady Report - Thursday June 23, 2022

Book Club with Michael Smerconish
James Patterson: "The Stories Of My Life"

Book Club with Michael Smerconish

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 18:49


Michael talks with bestselling author James Patterson on his new autobiography, "James Patterson by James Patterson: The Stories of My Life." Original air date 21 June 2022. The book was published on 6 June 2022.

Watch This With Rick Ramos
#387 - Two-Lane Blacktop - WatchThis W/RickRamos

Watch This With Rick Ramos

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 85:10


Highway Without Horizon: Monte Hellman's Two-Lane Blacktop This week, Mr. Chavez & I sit down to discuss a seminal film of the 1970s, Monte Hellman's Two-Lane Blacktop. Featuring musical icons, James Taylor and Brian Wilson (as, respectively, The Driver & The Mechanic), Laurie Bird, and the great character actor, Warren Oates as GTO. There's not a whole lot I can put into this description, but I will give my all . . . Ibrahim & I are thrilled to be discussing a cult classic that has only grown more powerful and enduring as the years have gone by. There's a whole lot packed into this story of a cross (or mid) country race between Taylor's The Driver, his co-pilot The Mechanic (Brian Wilson) and Warren Oates's GTO. An existential look at men and their need to bury themselves in car culture, speed, and mythology. We cover a lot of bases and are thrilled that you are joining us on this incredible ride. Questions, Comments, Complaints, & Suggestions can be directed to gondoramos@yahoo.com Many Thaks!

Everyone Loves Guitar
Michelle Malone “I have an INNER STRENGTH that KEEPS ME GOING…”

Everyone Loves Guitar

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 72:56 Very Popular


On this Michelle Malone interview: Getting a record contract from Clive Davis at Arista Records, and then walking away because the label wanted her to be “Joan Jett”... Moving from rebelliousness to awareness & gratitude… benefits and challenges of having your own indy label, stories about working with Albert King, Johnny Winter, Greg Allman & Chuck Leavell, and singing the national anthem at an Atlanta Braves game… favorite guitars, using her songs to work stuff out, and more. SUPER cool, really sincere convo! Cool Guitar & Music T-Shirts!: http://www.GuitarMerch.com   Michelle Malone is a singer-songwriter, guitarist, and producer, from Atlanta, Georgia. She's released 19 LPs since 1988 - as a solo artist and with her band Drag the River. She has a new LP out, called 1977. In addition to her solo career, she's also recorded on records and collaborated with Amy Ray (former ELG guest), The Indigo Girls, Tinsley Ellis, Drivin' 'n Cryin, Greg Allman, Shawn Mullins, Little Feat, Albert King, Johnny Winter, Lonnie Brooks, ZZ Top, Robert Cray, Keb Mo, Rory Block, Chris Whitley, Steve Earle, KT Tunstall, Shawn Colvin, Jackson Browne, James Taylor, Joan Osborne & others. Her music has been played on major network television... and been recorded by Indigo Girls for which she received both gold and platinum records. Subscribe & Website:  https://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/subscribe Support this show: http://www.everyonelovesguitar.com/support