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The Secret Sits
Herb Baumeister: Part 3: The End

The Secret Sits

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 43:58 Transcription Available


This is the final episode of our 3-part series covering Herb Baumeister.Herbert Richard Baumeister was an American businessman and suspected serial killer. A resident of the Indianapolis suburb of Westfield, Indiana, Baumeister was under investigation for murdering over a dozen men in the early 1990s, most of whom were last seen at gay bars. Police found the remains of eleven people, eight identified, on Baumeister's property.  Baumeister committed suicide after a warrant was issued for his arrest. He was later linked to a series of murders of at least twelve men along Interstate 70, which occurred in the early to mid-1980s.We are looking for hometown True Crime stories for future episodes.  Please send your stories to us at: TheSecretSitsPodcast@gmail.comFollow us on our social media at:https://drum.io/thesecretsitshttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwnfvpNBYTo9BP1sVuFsfGQTheSecretSitsPodcast (@secretsitspod) / Twitterhttps://www.instagram.com/thesecretsitspodcast/https://www.facebook.com/TheSecretSitsPodcasthttps://www.tiktok.com/@thesecretsitspodcast?lang=enSupport the showhttps://www.buymeacoffee.com/TheSecretSits#HerbBaumeister #HerbertBaumeister #SerialKiller #Indiana #LGBT #Missing #FoxHollowFarm #Police #FBI #VirgilVandagriff #SamElliott #AlanBroussard #RogerGoodlet #JeffJones #IndianaWorld #MaryWilson #CSI #I70Strangler #Psychic #Ohio Support the show

The Secret Sits
Herb Baumeister: Part 3: The End

The Secret Sits

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2022 43:58 Transcription Available


This is the final episode of our 3-part series covering Herb Baumeister.Herbert Richard Baumeister was an American businessman and suspected serial killer. A resident of the Indianapolis suburb of Westfield, Indiana, Baumeister was under investigation for murdering over a dozen men in the early 1990s, most of whom were last seen at gay bars. Police found the remains of eleven people, eight identified, on Baumeister's property.  Baumeister committed suicide after a warrant was issued for his arrest. He was later linked to a series of murders of at least twelve men along Interstate 70, which occurred in the early to mid-1980s.We are looking for hometown True Crime stories for future episodes.  Please send your stories to us at: TheSecretSitsPodcast@gmail.comFollow us on our social media at:https://drum.io/thesecretsitshttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwnfvpNBYTo9BP1sVuFsfGQTheSecretSitsPodcast (@secretsitspod) / Twitterhttps://www.instagram.com/thesecretsitspodcast/https://www.facebook.com/TheSecretSitsPodcasthttps://www.tiktok.com/@thesecretsitspodcast?lang=enSupport the showhttps://www.buymeacoffee.com/TheSecretSits#HerbBaumeister #HerbertBaumeister #SerialKiller #Indiana #LGBT #Missing #FoxHollowFarm #Police #FBI #VirgilVandagriff #SamElliott #AlanBroussard #RogerGoodlet #JeffJones #IndianaWorld #MaryWilson #CSI #I70Strangler #Psychic #Ohio Support the show

The Secret Sits
Herb Baumeister: Part 2: Fox Hollow Farm

The Secret Sits

Play Episode Play 58 sec Highlight Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 36:43 Transcription Available


This is part 2 of our 3-part series covering Herb Baumeister.Herbert Richard Baumeister was an American businessman and suspected serial killer. A resident of the Indianapolis suburb of Westfield, Indiana, Baumeister was under investigation for murdering over a dozen men in the early 1990s, most of whom were last seen at gay bars. Police found the remains of eleven people, eight identified, on Baumeister's property.  Baumeister committed suicide after a warrant was issued for his arrest. He was later linked to a series of murders of at least twelve men along Interstate 70, which occurred in the early to mid-1980s.We are looking for hometown True Crime stories for future episodes.  Please send your stories to us at: TheSecretSitsPodcast@gmail.comFollow us on our social media at:https://drum.io/thesecretsitshttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwnfvpNBYTo9BP1sVuFsfGQTheSecretSitsPodcast (@secretsitspod) / Twitterhttps://www.instagram.com/thesecretsitspodcast/https://www.facebook.com/TheSecretSitsPodcasthttps://www.tiktok.com/@thesecretsitspodcast?lang=enSupport the showhttps://www.buymeacoffee.com/TheSecretSits#HerbBaumeister #HerbertBaumeister #SerialKiller #Indiana #LGBT #Missing #FoxHollowFarm #Police #FBI #VirgilVandagriff #SamElliott #AlanBroussard #RogerGoodlet #JeffJones #IndianaWorld #MaryWilson #CSI #I70Strangler #Psychic #Ohio Support the show

The Secret Sits
Herb Baumeister: Part 2: Fox Hollow Farm

The Secret Sits

Play Episode Play 58 sec Highlight Listen Later Nov 17, 2022 36:43 Transcription Available


This is part 2 of our 3-part series covering Herb Baumeister.Herbert Richard Baumeister was an American businessman and suspected serial killer. A resident of the Indianapolis suburb of Westfield, Indiana, Baumeister was under investigation for murdering over a dozen men in the early 1990s, most of whom were last seen at gay bars. Police found the remains of eleven people, eight identified, on Baumeister's property.  Baumeister committed suicide after a warrant was issued for his arrest. He was later linked to a series of murders of at least twelve men along Interstate 70, which occurred in the early to mid-1980s.We are looking for hometown True Crime stories for future episodes.  Please send your stories to us at: TheSecretSitsPodcast@gmail.comFollow us on our social media at:https://drum.io/thesecretsitshttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwnfvpNBYTo9BP1sVuFsfGQTheSecretSitsPodcast (@secretsitspod) / Twitterhttps://www.instagram.com/thesecretsitspodcast/https://www.facebook.com/TheSecretSitsPodcasthttps://www.tiktok.com/@thesecretsitspodcast?lang=enSupport the showhttps://www.buymeacoffee.com/TheSecretSits#HerbBaumeister #HerbertBaumeister #SerialKiller #Indiana #LGBT #Missing #FoxHollowFarm #Police #FBI #VirgilVandagriff #SamElliott #AlanBroussard #RogerGoodlet #JeffJones #IndianaWorld #MaryWilson #CSI #I70Strangler #Psychic #Ohio Support the show

The Secret Sits
Herb Baumeister: Part 1: Who is Brian Smart?

The Secret Sits

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 44:22 Transcription Available


Herbert Richard Baumeister was an American businessman and suspected serial killer. A resident of the Indianapolis suburb of Westfield, Indiana, Baumeister was under investigation for murdering over a dozen men in the early 1990s, most of whom were last seen at gay bars. Police found the remains of eleven people, eight identified, on Baumeister's property.  Baumeister committed suicide after a warrant was issued for his arrest. He was later linked to a series of murders of at least twelve men along Interstate 70, which occurred in the early to mid-1980s.We are looking for hometown True Crime stories for future episodes.  Please send your stories to us at: TheSecretSitsPodcast@gmail.comFollow us on our social media at:https://drum.io/thesecretsitshttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwnfvpNBYTo9BP1sVuFsfGQTheSecretSitsPodcast (@secretsitspod) / Twitterhttps://www.instagram.com/thesecretsitspodcast/https://www.facebook.com/TheSecretSitsPodcasthttps://www.tiktok.com/@thesecretsitspodcast?lang=enSupport the showhttps://www.buymeacoffee.com/TheSecretSits#HerbBaumeister #HerbertBaumeister #SerialKiller #Indiana #LGBT #Missing #FoxHollowFarm #Police #FBI #VirgilVandagriff #SamElliott #AlanBroussard #RogerGoodlet #JeffJones #IndianaWorld #MaryWilson #CSI #I70Strangler #Psychic #Ohio Support the show

The Secret Sits
Herb Baumeister: Part 1: Who is Brian Smart?

The Secret Sits

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 44:22 Transcription Available


Herbert Richard Baumeister was an American businessman and suspected serial killer. A resident of the Indianapolis suburb of Westfield, Indiana, Baumeister was under investigation for murdering over a dozen men in the early 1990s, most of whom were last seen at gay bars. Police found the remains of eleven people, eight identified, on Baumeister's property.  Baumeister committed suicide after a warrant was issued for his arrest. He was later linked to a series of murders of at least twelve men along Interstate 70, which occurred in the early to mid-1980s.We are looking for hometown True Crime stories for future episodes.  Please send your stories to us at: TheSecretSitsPodcast@gmail.comFollow us on our social media at:https://drum.io/thesecretsitshttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwnfvpNBYTo9BP1sVuFsfGQTheSecretSitsPodcast (@secretsitspod) / Twitterhttps://www.instagram.com/thesecretsitspodcast/https://www.facebook.com/TheSecretSitsPodcasthttps://www.tiktok.com/@thesecretsitspodcast?lang=enSupport the showhttps://www.buymeacoffee.com/TheSecretSits#HerbBaumeister #HerbertBaumeister #SerialKiller #Indiana #LGBT #Missing #FoxHollowFarm #Police #FBI #VirgilVandagriff #SamElliott #AlanBroussard #RogerGoodlet #JeffJones #IndianaWorld #MaryWilson #CSI #I70Strangler #Psychic #Ohio Support the show

Information Morning Moncton from CBC Radio New Brunswick (Highlights)
Renters planning for an increase in the cost of accommodation as province's rent cap is set to end.

Information Morning Moncton from CBC Radio New Brunswick (Highlights)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 10:45


Marie Roy is a Bathurst resident. Mary Wilson is the former minister of Service New Brunswick.

Information Morning Fredericton from CBC Radio New Brunswick (Highlights)

What protection is the province planning for renters once the cap on increases and evictions expires? Mary Wilson is the Minister of Service New Brunswick.

What Next | Daily News and Analysis
What Iranian Protesters Need Now

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 26:10 Very Popular


What began as a revolt in the wake of an overstep by Iran's morality police has evolved into a mass movement calling for “death to the dictator.” Protests in Iran are nothing new, but these demonstrations strike at the heart of the Islamic Republic's repressive regime. Could the nascent movement change a sclerotic regime?  Guest: Gissou Nia, Director of the Atlantic Council's Strategic Litigation Project.  If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Dear Prudence—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on What Next. Sign up now at slate.com/whatnextplus to help support our work. Podcast production by Mary Wilson, Elena Schwartz, Carmel Delshad, and Madeline Ducharme, with help from Anna Phillips and Jared Downing.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Slate Daily Feed
What Next: What Iranian Protesters Need Now

Slate Daily Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 26:10


What began as a revolt in the wake of an overstep by Iran's morality police has evolved into a mass movement calling for “death to the dictator.” Protests in Iran are nothing new, but these demonstrations strike at the heart of the Islamic Republic's repressive regime. Could the nascent movement change a sclerotic regime?  Guest: Gissou Nia, Director of the Atlantic Council's Strategic Litigation Project.  If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Dear Prudence—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on What Next. Sign up now at slate.com/whatnextplus to help support our work. Podcast production by Mary Wilson, Elena Schwartz, Carmel Delshad, and Madeline Ducharme, with help from Anna Phillips and Jared Downing.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Trumpcast
What Next: What Iranian Protesters Need Now

Trumpcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 26:10


What began as a revolt in the wake of an overstep by Iran's morality police has evolved into a mass movement calling for “death to the dictator.” Protests in Iran are nothing new, but these demonstrations strike at the heart of the Islamic Republic's repressive regime. Could the nascent movement change a sclerotic regime?  Guest: Gissou Nia, Director of the Atlantic Council's Strategic Litigation Project.  If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Dear Prudence—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on What Next. Sign up now at slate.com/whatnextplus to help support our work. Podcast production by Mary Wilson, Elena Schwartz, Carmel Delshad, and Madeline Ducharme, with help from Anna Phillips and Jared Downing.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Slate Daily Feed
What Next: What's Up With the Midterms?

Slate Daily Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 28:42


For decades, the conventional wisdom surrounding the midterm elections has been that the party in the White House will lose the seats in the House, Senate, or both. Earlier this year, skyrocketing gas prices and Biden's sinking approval rating portended misfortune for Democrats, particularly those in swing districts. But now, the fall of Roe and some snappy social media campaigns have shaken up most politicos' predictions. Guest: Amy Walter, publisher and editor-in-chief of the Cook Political Report. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Dear Prudence—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on What Next. Sign up now at slate.com/whatnextplus to help support our work. Podcast production by Mary Wilson, Elena Schwartz, Carmel Delshad, Madeline Ducharme, Anna Phillips and Jared Downing.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Slate Daily Feed
What Next: What's Up With the Midterms?

Slate Daily Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 32:42


For decades, the conventional wisdom surrounding the midterm elections has been that the party in the White House will lose the seats in the House, Senate, or both. Earlier this year, skyrocketing gas prices and Biden's sinking approval rating portended misfortune for Democrats, particularly those in swing districts. But now, the fall of Roe and some snappy social media campaigns have shaken up most politicos' predictions. Guest: Amy Walter, publisher and editor-in-chief of the Cook Political Report. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Dear Prudence—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on What Next. Sign up now at slate.com/whatnextplus to help support our work. Podcast production by Mary Wilson, Elena Schwartz, Carmel Delshad, Madeline Ducharme, Anna Phillips and Jared Downing.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

January Jones sharing Success Stories
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January Jones sharing Success Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 38:00


Tom Ingrassia is a motivational speaker, award winning Author, Success Coach and award winning radio personality. In 2001 - following a successful 25-year career in higher education - Tom reinvented himself as an entertainment manager, with the formation of Tom Ingrassia Productions. Along the way, he has worked with some of the legendary singers from the 1960s, including Mary Wilson of The Supremes, for whom he served as executive assistant. He is the author of Reflections of A Love Supreme. January Jones Sharing Success Stories is broadcast live Tuesdays at 2PM ET. January Jones Sharing Success Stories TV Show is viewed on Talk 4 TV (www.talk4tv.com). January Jones Sharing Success Stories Radio Show is broadcast on W4CY Radio (www.w4cy.com) part of Talk 4 Radio (www.talk4radio.com) on the Talk 4 Media Network (www.talk4media.com). January Jones Sharing Success Stories Podcast is also available on Talk 4 Podcasting (www.talk4podcasting.com), iHeartRadio, Amazon Music, Pandora, Spotify, Audible, and over 100 other podcast outlets.

Tales From The Dark True Crime
Black Widow: Mary Elizabeth Wilson

Tales From The Dark True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 15:01


It takes a lot to earn a title like the Merry Widow of Windy Nook but for her, this title was not only fitting but maybe tame in comparison to the crimes she actually committed.Continuing on with our season of Black Widows, she not only fits the bill, but due to her crimes she would be the last woman to be sentenced to death in Durham in 1958. This is the case of Black Widow Mary Elizabeth Wilson.

Richard Skipper Celebrates
Richard Skipper Celebrates Contemporary Singer's Blueprint w/Jill Switzer 9/6/22

Richard Skipper Celebrates

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 69:00


For Video Edition, Please Click Here and Subscribe: https://youtu.be/SI4GFOisahM Written by a career vocalist, The Contemporary Singer's Blueprint: From Amateur to Professional and Beyond (Meredith Music Publications) is a valuable blueprint providing readers with the professional insight and practical steps for building a top notch, profitable singing career. JILL SWITZER is a singer/songwriter, voice/life coach, morning radio producer and personality of the popular Legends Radio show of eight years The Morning Lounge with Jill and Rich, plenary speaker, spokesmodel, and author of The Diva Next Door: How to be a Singing Star Wherever You Are which Tony Award® winner Linda Lavin called “warm, funny, right to the heart of what counts in the pursuit of a singing career.” Jill's thirty years in showbiz from Palm Beach to New York includes stage appearances and/or recordings with Nicolas King, Faith Prince, Steve Tyrell, John Pizzarelli, Marilyn Maye, Ann Hampton Callaway, Mary Wilson of The Supremes and The Four Freshmen. Her voice has been heard on The Ellen Show, countless national commercial jingles, and the internationally syndicated radio show Dick Robinson's American Standards by the Sea, where she was voted by listeners three consecutive years the “Best New Female Vocalist.” She resides in her native Palm Beach County, FL, with Rich, her husband and musical soulmate of twenty-six years. Deemed “South Florida's First Couple of the Great American Songbook,” Jill and Rich are one of the most sought-after acts in the area and perform regularly at high-profile venues. “I highly recommend this book for anyone who is trying to make a bigger impact with their musical career and is looking for inspiration and guidance!” -Tony-nominated singer/songwriter Ann Hampton Callaway

Magnificat Ministry Podcast
The Boat by Mary Wilson

Magnificat Ministry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 11:11


Jesus saves and rescues us with the analogy of a boat. Stories from scripture are shared with lessons our Lord is trying to teach us in his faithfulness to us. The post The Boat by Mary Wilson appeared first on Ultimate Christian Podcast Radio Network.

A Juicy Pear Podcast starring Wendy
Episode 76 - Rockstar Journalist - Eileen Shapiro

A Juicy Pear Podcast starring Wendy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 32:18


Eileen Shapiro is an ICONIC journalist who is world-renowned in the realms of music, television and film. A veteran entertainment personality, Eileen Shapiro gives readers an uncensored view of life as one of the most prominent celebrity journalists in the world.Eileen has crossed paths with iconic legends including Diana Ross, Dionne Warwick, Cyndi Lauper, Mary Wilson, Annie Lennox, and Brooke Shields to name a small few.  We talked about her love of Star Trek, her first interview with Leonard Nimoy, and her interviews with various music legends in the entertainment industry. I had so much chatting with her on A Juicy Pear Podcast, and I can't wait to have her on again!If your feeling lead, you can Buy Me A Coffee on http://www.ajuicypearpodcast.comSupport the show

Community of Innovation
Navigating the Healthcare System: Diversity, Accessibility, and Health Equity in Seniors Care

Community of Innovation

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 28:50


CABHI's Community of Innovation podcast is proud to continue our series of episodes featuring conversations from the CABHI Summit 2022. This episode is the series' second installment. The experience of being an older adult, a caregiver, or a person living with dementia comes with unique challenges no matter one's identity – but we've known for a long time those challenges are magnified for people of colour, Indigenous peoples, and members of the LGBTQ2+ community, among others. The panel draws on their professional and personal experiences to explore some of the challenges members of diverse populations – including those with intersecting identities – face as they age, and how we might work toward a future of health equity for all. Featuring Laura Tamblyn Watts, Jason Resendez, Aisha Adkins, and Elder Dr. Mary Wilson.

WGY Mornings with Doug Goudie
National Correspondent Mary Wilson Reports on Tonight's Mega Millions Jackpot

WGY Mornings with Doug Goudie

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 6:44


Got an opinion? If you're listening on the iHeartRadio app, tap the red microphone icon to record & send us your thoughts. Don't have the app? Get it free here ---> https://news.iheart.com/apps/ Follow WGY on social media: instagram.com/wgyradio twitter.

Big Mad True Crime
Missing Vol. 1

Big Mad True Crime

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 17:22


Ashley Loring Heavyrunner, Mary Wilson, Michael McKenney, Gabe Focaracci, & Cynthia Martinez Perez. -- Ashley Loring Heavyrunner - If you have any information, please contact the FBI's Salt Lake City Field Office at (801) 579-1400. FBI.gov states that you can also contact the Blackfeet Law Enforcement Services at (406) 338-4000, your local FBI office, the nearest American Embassy or Consulate, or you can submit a tip online at tips.fbi.gov.  For more information about her case, and what hurdles her family has faced (which there are a LOT of), check out the Vanished Podcast, Season 3, the disappearance of Ashley Loring Heavyrunner. -- Mary Wilson -  If you have any information, please contact Alaska State Troopers at (907) 451-5100. You can also submit a tip anonymously through the AKTips smartphone app, or online at dps.alaska.gov/tips. -- Michael Mckenney - If you have any information, please contact the Butler County Sheriff's office at (513) 785-1000. -- Gabe Focaracci - If you have any information, please contact the Asheville Police Department at (828) 252-1110, or you can submit an anonymous tip through the TIP2APD app, or by texting TIP2APD to 847-411. -- Cynthia Martinez Perez - If you have any information, please contact the Keizer Police Department at 503-856-3529, or the KPD tipline at 503-856-3259.

Ohio Mysteries
10-Minute Mystery: The Dumler-Wilson murders

Ohio Mysteries

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 12:23


In October of 1969, one or more killers shot and stabbed a well-to-do Cincinnati couple and one of their mothers in their Mount Lookout neighborhood. Martin and Patricia Dumler were college sweethearts and doting parents of two children; Patricia's mom, Mary Wilson, was a loving grandma. Police say they don't even have a motive for the horrific crime. ohiomysteries.com feedback@ohiomysteries.com www.patreon.com/ohiomysteries www.twitter.com/mysteriesohio www.facebook.com/ohiomysteries Audionautix- The Great Unknown The Great Phospher- Daniel Birch Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

WBEN Extras
Mary Wilson on the new Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Centennial Park in Buffalo

WBEN Extras

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 20, 2022 5:25


January Jones sharing Success Stories
January Jones - Reflections Of A Love Supreme: Motown Through The Eyes of Fans

January Jones sharing Success Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 42:00


Tom Ingrassia is a motivational speaker, award winning Author, Success Coach and award winning radio personality. In 2001 - following a successful 25-year career in higher education - Tom reinvented himself as an entertainment manager, with the formation of Tom Ingrassia Productions. Along the way, he has worked with some of the legendary singers from the 1960s, including Mary Wilson of The Supremes, for whom he served as executive assistant.  He is the author of Reflections of A Love Supreme

Slate Daily Feed
What Next: What The Jan. 6 Hearings Are Really About

Slate Daily Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 24:14 Very Popular


The House hearings to examine the events of Jan. 6, 2021, begin this week and the party lines are drawn. Republicans are calling the hearings a distraction from issues that voters care about—inflation, rising prices of gas and food. Democrats are trying to remind voters which party tried to override American democracy. Will it be enough to stem the “red tide” projected for fall midterms? Guest: Jim Newell, senior politics writer at Slate. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Dear Prudence—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on What Next. Sign up now at slate.com/whatnextplus to help support our work. Podcast production by Mary Wilson, Elena Schwartz, Carmel Delshad, Anna Rubanova and Sam Kim. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

What Next | Daily News and Analysis
What The Jan. 6 Hearings Are Really About

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 24:14 Very Popular


The House hearings to examine the events of Jan. 6, 2021, begin this week and the party lines are drawn. Republicans are calling the hearings a distraction from issues that voters care about—inflation, rising prices of gas and food. Democrats are trying to remind voters which party tried to override American democracy. Will it be enough to stem the “red tide” projected for fall midterms? Guest: Jim Newell, senior politics writer at Slate. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Dear Prudence—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on What Next. Sign up now at slate.com/whatnextplus to help support our work. Podcast production by Mary Wilson, Elena Schwartz, Carmel Delshad, Anna Rubanova and Sam Kim. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Information Morning Fredericton from CBC Radio New Brunswick (Highlights)

MLA's voted against suggested changes to Bill 96, the province's Residential Tenancies Act. We hear from Mary Wilson, the Minister in charge,  and from Matthew Hayes, a spokesperson for the NB Coalition for Tenants Rights.

Cali Brick Clique | LEGO Podcast
Mary Wilson / BKM | 73 | Grateful to Fall Into This

Cali Brick Clique | LEGO Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 46:00


Come chill with us we sit with Mary Wilson, a Brickmania designer who came into LEGO by chance and made a name for herself within the Military LEGO Community. ================== Mary Wilson | Brickmania: Brickmania.com https://www.youtube.com/user/brickmaniatoys ================== NiNjA with the Brikx: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6Pyz4B8LEB-zXfoetywZ3A ================== SHYtimeisMytime: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXaGt6c0TNZtorDRQz2e1Rg ================== The Plastic Architect: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9pAw_Rz-FKhJ-z_WNF4uyQ

Polyvinyl Craftsmen
Polyvinyl Craftsmen 456

Polyvinyl Craftsmen

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 96:24


Transmission 456 Tractor of the Cosmos – Billy Childish & Sexton Ming Lie Back – Bruce Haack Trails (White Rainbow Trail Blazer Edition) – Moon Duo Stereo Freeze – Jackie Mittoo Slice 1 - The Naffis Where's My Brain – The Lazy Eyes Dancin' Late At Night – Jonathan Richman Merry-Go-Round – Wild Man Fischer Dancin' Drums – Anandar Shankar Love Lots of Lovin' – Lee Dorsey & Betty Harris I'll Get Along – Diana Ross, Mary Wilson, Florence Ballard If You're Ready – The Del-Vetts Green Rocky Road – Karen Dalton The Ballad of Hollis Brown – Billy Childish Hollywood Swinging – Kool & the Gang How To Be A Musician – Eddie Day and the Night Timers Stories of Jesus – Clive Palmer Hector – The Village Callers New Drug Queens – Pink Mountaintops Work From Home – U.S. Girls Soul Sequencer – Trees Speak Theme From Midnight Cowboy – Young-Holt Unlimited A Lover Like Me – Binky Griptite with The Sugarman Three Hell Razor – Johnny Moped I Found A Man In My Bed – Roy C I Can See My House From Here – The Glands Run Pussycat – Igo Kantor, Bert Shefter, Paul Sawtell

Música de Contrabando
MÚSICA DE CONTRABANDO T31C145 The Cure acaban de anunciar la edición de un libro titulado 'Stills', cuyos beneficios irán destinados a MSF (20/05/2022)

Música de Contrabando

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 125:11


En Música de Contrabando revista diaria de música en Onda Regional de Murcia (vamos de 23,05 a 01,00h) The Cure vuelven a ser noticia y no, aún no es por su disco nuevo. Robert Smith, acaba de anunciar la próxima edición de un libro titulado Stills (con fotografías de Paul Cox) y cuyos beneficios irán destinados a Médicos sin Fronteras. El malogrado The Notorious B.I.G. alias Christopher Wallace, será coronado Rey de Nueva York cuando su ciudad natal rinda homenaje al icónico rapero el 21 de mayo, en el que habría sido su 50 cumpleaños. El emblemático Empire State Building cambiará las luces del histórico edificio a rojo y blanco, con una corona girando en su mástil que iluminará Manhattan y rendirá homenaje al álbum debut multiplatino de Biggie, "Ready To Die". M Clan publica un nuevo adelanto de 'En Petit Comité', Estrenamos la nueva versión de Para no ver el final . Metric te llevan a una intensa rave de 10 minutos en "doomscroller", baleárico primer adelanto de Formentera, su nuevo disco. Marc Jonson y Ramírez Exposure presentan 'Tape Recorder', primer single de adelanto de 'Turning On The Century', una colección de veinte canciones pop que serán lanzadas en dos volúmenes. En su nuevo disco "Cosas Son Cosas", nos podemos encontrar con un Guille Solano más libérrimo y desacomplejado. El punto folk más acústico adopta una pulsión totalmente renovada gracias a sus miradas al pop independiente estatal de nuevo cuño. Noise Box muestra su lado más electrónico en una inquietante pieza progresiva , Nueva ciencia, que refleja el impacto que tiene en nosotros vivir en la era de la post-verdad. Perros Románticos es el nombre del segundo adelanto de Carlos Vudú y el Clan Jukebox, que vuelven a la carga tras un lustro de ausencia. Califato ¾ imaginan unos Romeo y Julieta de rave jonda en su nuevo EP. En la agenda de conciertos reseñamos: Good Vibes Festival (Carlos Sadness, Pieles Sebastian), Ismael Serrano, Gigatrón, Vultture, Azul Klein, Diamante Negro, Alavedra, Murcia 3 Culturas (Barcelona Gipsy Balkan Orchestra). Flavio, Amaia, La Banda Trapera del Río, Xenia, Pichón, Maka, Las noches de luz (St Woods), La Vela Puerca, Mr Kilombo, La Fundación Lorquimur, en sintonía con el Día Internacional de los Museos, acoge este viernes la presentación del futuro Archivo Gráfico de la Era Pop con la presencia del propio Alex Cooper, y ha programado su particular fin de semana púrpura, del 20 al 22 de Mayo, con un calendario de actividades que giran en torno al movimiento sixtie, En Lorca tendrá lugar la inauguración de “La Resistencia Sonora”, una exposición de la fotógrafa leonesa Mary Wilson, también comisaria de la muestra, y un par de exposiciones más: ‘Punk Isdead' y ‘Retro-Retratos'. También habrá Scooter Run, mesas redondas y una charla informativa sobre lo que será la futura institución leonesa, acompañada de la presentación de un documental sobre la historia de los Flechazos,Y por supuesto sesiones dj y conciertos: Octubre, “Ofrenda Floral”, y Nadia Álvarez.

Mom and Dad Are Fighting | Slate's parenting show
What Next: The Future of IVF Post-Roe

Mom and Dad Are Fighting | Slate's parenting show

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 27:12


On this bonus episode from our friends at Slate's What Next podcast: As the country awaits a final decision on whether the Supreme Court will overturn Roe. v Wade, fertility doctors are sounding the alarm about what that could mean for the future procedures like IVF. Guests: Dr. Natalie Crawford, OBGYN and reproductive endocrinologist at Fora Fertility in Austin, Texas. Emily, an IVF patient in West Virginia. Emily asked Slate to withhold her last name so she could speak freely about her fertility treatments. If you enjoy this show, please consider signing up for Slate Plus. Slate Plus members get benefits like zero ads on any Slate podcast, bonus episodes of shows like Slow Burn and Dear Prudence—and you'll be supporting the work we do here on What Next. Sign up now at slate.com/whatnextplus to help support our work. Podcast production by Mary Wilson, Elena Schwartz, Carmel Delshad, Anna Rubanova, and Sam Kim. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

In The Frame: Theatre Interviews from West End Frame
S6 Ep9: Cherelle Williams, Dorothy in The Wiz

In The Frame: Theatre Interviews from West End Frame

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2022 77:16


Cherelle recently recreated the role of Dorothy in the Hope Mill Theatre's major UK revival of The Wiz.As a child, Cherelle attended the Sylvia Young Theatre School and made her West End debut as Young Nala in The Lion King at the Lyceum Theatre. After venturing into the music world, Cherelle returned to theatre as an adult to star as Mary Wilson in the original West End cast of Motown The Musical. Cherelle was with the show for the entirety of its three year run. In addition to playing Mary, Cherelle covered the role of Diana Ross and played the role on numerous occasions. Alongside her theatre work, Cherelle works in fashion and regularly gigs.Cherelle won rave reviews for her performance as Dorothy in The Wiz. Directed by Matthew Xia, The Wiz is a joyous retelling of L. Frank Baum's classic children's novel ‘The Wonderful Wizard of Oz' reflecting contemporary African-American culture.You can follow Cherelle on Instagram: @cherellewilliamsxoHosted by Andrew Tomlins. @AndrewTomlins32 Thanks for listening! Email: andrew@westendframe.co.uk Visit westendframe.co.uk for more info about our podcasts. 

Before the Lights
J. Randy Taraborelli- 16 NY Times Best-Sellers/Celebrity Biographer, Entertainment News Reporter (Bonus Show)

Before the Lights

Play Episode Play 24 sec Highlight Listen Later Feb 17, 2022 34:26


16 NY Times Best-sellers 21 books with more in the making. Producer, Journalist, known for his celebrity biographies. Entertainment news reporter on Entertainment Tonight, Good Morning America, Today, CBS This Morning, & CNN Headline News. Was there any other career path before meeting Mary Wilson from the Supremes?Soul Magazine DaysThe work that is done after writing a book and how important are reviews?Co-anchoring Michael Jackson's funeral with Katie Couric Neverland Book discussions on: “The Hilton's”-The complexity of Conrad Hilton. The media frenzy around the launch of “Becoming Beyonce”, The mystery around “Jackie, Janet, & Lee”, & what did the book “The Kennedy Heirs-John, Caroline, & the New Generation” expose?Who might he want to write about one day?How he values his time each day Links:J. Randy Taraborelli Website: https://jrandytaraborrelli.com/Order Books: https://jrandytaraborrelli.com/projects/books/Follow JRT on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jrandytaraborrelli/First Show with J Randy: https://www.beforethelightspod.com/beforethelights-episodes/d8nr5as8xjrx42ai5pjoyog562fzey Become a BTL Member: https://www.beforethelightspod.com/supportBefore the Lights Website: https://www.beforethelightspod.com/Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beforethelightspodcast/Merch: https://www.beforethelightspod.com/merchSupport the show (https://www.beforethelightspod.com/member-areas)

In The Thicket
Faith, Blindness and Moving Forward

In The Thicket

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2022 55:16


Mary Wilson is our guest this week to talk about her experience of going from full sighted to identifying as blind in her adulthood. She shares the challenges, but also the gifts that have come through her experiences.

Jerry Royce Live - Worldwide
The Hair Radio Morning Show #656 LIVE Tuesday, January 18th, 2022

Jerry Royce Live - Worldwide

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 179:19


It's an all-new LIVE Tuesday Edition of "The Hair Radio Morning Show".. We're kicking off this episode with a special edition of "The Harlem Will Report" in the first hour and the Conclusion of the 2 part Interview with Nicholas.  He was the late Mary Wilson of the Supremes Last Assistant,  Nicholas joins us at 6:30am with the unforgettable wrap-up. Then at 7:30am we're joined LIVE  Dr. Ragland of FixYourFeet.com.  She's an Entrepreneurial Expert and 'Queen of Toes' You're gonna love this new interview.  It's Dr. Ragland's first appearance in 2022.  Then..It's an all-new LIVE broadcast of "Vet Talk Radio Show" at 830am with Michael Hopkins and Michael's Angel Panel.  Don't miss this special broadcast. 

Jerry Royce Live - Worldwide
The Hair Radio Morning Show LIVE #655 Friday, January 14th, 2022

Jerry Royce Live - Worldwide

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 179:04


It's an all-new LIVE Friday broacast.. 6am to 9am Eastern.  Great Hair Talk & Much More!  LIVE Talk Mid-Show with Harlem Will with all that matters and at 8am Eastern, Special Guest Nicholas JOINS US .. He's the late Supremes Singer, Mary Wilson last Assistant.  His name is Nicholas S.  It's the first of two parts.  Listen on Friday at 8am Eastern and Tuesday (1/18) at 6:30am.   All New.

The573 Podcast
E40: Utilizing Dogs To Track Deer with Mary Wilson and Tom Monehan

The573 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 86:16


On this episode, we talk with Mary Wilson and Tom Monehan of Missouri Blood Trackers to get the facts about tracking deer. We discuss: - How Mary and Tom started Tracking - How to properly find and contact a tracker - What to do if a hunter makes a questionable shot - How to trail a deer without ruining the track - Mary's Tracking Stories - What to know before calling a tracker - What NOT to do! - Increasing your odds of finding a shot deer - Wounded Deer Tendencies

A+ Parents
Embracing Fun & Freedom With Homeschooling | Mary Wilson

A+ Parents

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 38:39


Mary is a writer, speaker, and mother to four kids ranging from middle school to college. On her homeschool blog, www.maryhannawilson.com , she encourages families to embrace the freedom that comes with homeschooling and has been sharing resources, tips, and ideas online since 2015.     Mary also just launched a website, www.celebrateabook.com to encourage and support parents as they celebrate literature in little and big ways with their children and friends. As part of helping parents celebrate literature, she offers https://www.maryhannawilson.com/online-book-clubs-kids/ live book clubs for kids throughout school   Mary lives in North Carolina with her husband and four children. She is an enneagram 7 and an extrovert. She enjoys traveling, tea (iced or hot), good conversations, and books.   On this episode, Mary shares the importance of embracing fun and freedom in homeschool. We discuss her experience of creating book clubs for kids, starting with her own children.   Thank you for listening to the A+ Parents podcast. If you love the show, don't forget to subscribe, share and leave us a review. Also, follow us online at www.aplusparents.com  www.mrdmath.com or on our social channels @MrDMathlive @aplusparentspodcast  

A History Of Rock Music in Five Hundred Songs
Episode 131: “I Hear a Symphony” by the Supremes

A History Of Rock Music in Five Hundred Songs

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021


Episode one hundred and thirty-one of A History of Rock Music in Five Hundred Songs looks at “I Hear a Symphony” by the Supremes, and is the start of a three-episode look at Motown in 1965. Click the full post to read liner notes, links to more information, and a transcript of the episode. Patreon backers also have a ten-minute bonus episode available, on "Rescue Me" by Fontella Bass. Tilt Araiza has assisted invaluably by doing a first-pass edit, and will hopefully be doing so from now on. Check out Tilt's irregular podcasts at http://www.podnose.com/jaffa-cakes-for-proust and http://sitcomclub.com/ Resources No Mixcloud this week, as too many of the songs were by the Supremes. For Motown-related information in this and other Motown episodes, I've used the following resources: Where Did Our Love Go? The Rise and Fall of the Motown Sound by Nelson George is an excellent popular history of the various companies that became Motown. To Be Loved by Berry Gordy is Gordy's own, understandably one-sided, but relatively well-written, autobiography. Women of Motown: An Oral History by Susan Whitall is a collection of interviews with women involved in Motown. I Hear a Symphony: Motown and Crossover R&B by J. Andrew Flory is an academic look at Motown. The Motown Encyclopaedia by Graham Betts is an exhaustive look at the people and records involved in Motown's thirty-year history. How Sweet It Is by Lamont Dozier and Scott B. Bomar is Dozier's autobiography, while Come and Get These Memories by Brian and Eddie Holland and Dave Thompson is the Holland brothers'. And Motown Junkies is an infrequently-updated blog looking at (so far) the first 694 tracks released on Motown singles. Girl Groups by John Clemente contains potted biographies of many groups of the era. The Supremes biography I relied on most is The Supremes by Mark Ribowsky, which seems factually accurate but questionable in its judgments of people. I also used this omnibus edition of Mary Wilson's two volumes of autobiography. This box set contains everything you could want by the Supremes, but is extraordinarily expensive in physical form at the moment, though cheap as MP3s. This is a good budget substitute, though oddly doesn't contain “Stop in the Name of Love”. Patreon This podcast is brought to you by the generosity of my backers on Patreon. Why not join them? Transcript Hi, this is Andrew. Between recording this episode and it going live, three great musicians, two of whom have been the subject of episodes of this podcast, sadly died. We lost Don Everly, Charlie Watts, and Tom T. Hall, and I just wanted to acknowledge them and their contributions to music before the episode starts. They'll all be missed. [theme music] Just a brief note before we start to say that this episode contains brief mentions of eating disorders, so if that might be a problem for you, check the transcript to make sure it's safe. Thanks. We've spent much of the last few months looking at the intersections of three different movements, each of which was important -- the influence of the Beatles and to a lesser extent the other Merseybeat bands, the influence of Bob Dylan and the folk and protest movement, and the British R&B guitar bands who were taking their interpretation of the sound of Chess Records back to the USA. But of course, while these guitar bands were all influencing everyone, they were also being influenced by the growth of soul, and in particular by Motown, and Motown's groups were among the few American acts who managed to keep having hits during the British Invasion. Indeed, 1965 was as much of a creative and commercial peak for the label as for the white guitar bands we've been looking at. So for the next few weeks we're going to move over to Detroit, and we're going to look at Motown. And this week and next week we're going to continue our look at the Holland-Dozier-Holland collaboration, and at the groups they were writing for. So today, we're going to look at the Supremes, at the career of the only Black act to seriously challenge the Beatles for chart dominance in the sixties and at the start of the inter-group rivalries that eventually took them down. We're going to look at "I Hear a Symphony” by the Supremes: [Excerpt: The Supremes, "I Hear a Symphony"] When we last looked at the Supremes, they had just had their second number one single. After having spent years being called "the no-hit Supremes" and recording third-rate material like "The Man With the Rock and Roll Banjo Band", they'd been taken on by Holland, Dozier, and Holland, Motown's new star songwriting team, and had recorded two songs written and produced by the team -- "Where Did Our Love Go?" and "Baby Love" -- both of which had reached number one. But there were already tensions in the group. Most notably, there was the tension between Florence Ballard and Diana Ross. Ballard had always considered herself the lead singer of the group, and almost everyone who knew the group at the time agreed that Ballard was the better singer. But Berry Gordy, the owner of Motown, thought that Ross was the member of the group who had actual star potential, and insisted that she be the lead vocalist on everything the Supremes cut. At first, this didn't matter too much -- after all, no matter who the lead singer on the records was, they were having the huge hits they'd always dreamed of -- but it inevitably led to friction within the group. But in late 1964, at least, everyone was on the same page. Berry Gordy, in particular, was delighted by the group's continued success -- they had been the *only* act other than the Beatles or Bobby Vinton to have more than one number one on the pop charts in 1964 -- and by the end of the year, they had released their third, "Come See About Me". "Come See About Me" actually got released only a month after "Baby Love", before the latter had even reached the top of the charts, and it seems like a ridiculous idea to release another single so close to that one. But it came out so early to make sure the Supremes had the hit with it. Because a soundalike had come out on Wand Records even before the Supremes' single came out. A fourteen-year-old girl called Nella Dodds had decided that she could sing quite a bit like Diana Ross, and since the Supremes were the biggest female group in the country at this point, she had a chance at being a star, too. She'd auditioned for Wand by singing along with the whole of the first Supremes album, and Wand Records had decided that she sounded enough like Ross that it was worth a shot putting out a single by her. They chose "Come See About Me", which had been released as an album track on that album, and put out this: [Excerpt: Nella Dodds, "Come See About Me"] Dodds' version of the track was cut to be a soundalike, and was so similar to the Supremes version that it's actually quite easy to cut between the two records. You can hear the joins, but they're *spookily* similar: [Excerpt: The Supremes and Nella Dodds, "Come See About Me", alternating phrases] That wasn't the only time a Holland-Dozier-Holland production would be copied wholesale -- we'll hear another, slightly less blatant, example later this episode. As Dodds' single started to rise up the charts, Berry Gordy got furious. If the record sounded good enough to be a hit single, his label was going to have the hit with it, and so the Supremes' version of "Come See About Me" was rush-released. It went to number one, and Nella Dodds vanished into obscurity. The group having three number one hits in a row focused everyone's minds, and Gordy held a meeting with Holland, Dozier, and Holland, and told them that from that point on the Supremes had to be their number one priority. They should drop everything they were doing and concentrate on making Supremes hits while the Supremes were having their moment of success. And so of course they did just that -- and in January 1965 they recorded the album which would contain the Supremes' fourth number one in a row: [Excerpt: The Supremes, "Stop! In the Name of Love"] The story of how "Stop! In the Name of Love" was conceived tells us a lot about the kind of life that the people at Motown were living, now they were all successful and making a great deal of money. The way Lamont Dozier tells the story, his marriage had fallen apart, and he was sleeping with multiple women, some of whom thought they were the only one. Dozier would regularly head to a motel near Hitsville for some of these assignations, and one day while he was there with one of his women, another one tracked him down. The woman he was with made her escape, and Dozier tried to make excuses, claiming he had just got very tired at work and booked a motel room to have a rest so he wouldn't have to go all the way home. His girlfriend didn't believe this rather transparent lie, and started throwing things at him. Dozier started yelling at her to stop it, and eventually mangled the phrase "Stop in the name of the law", shouting instead "Stop in the name of love!" Dozier immediately saw this line as the basis of a song, and his burst of inspiration amused the woman, who started laughing. It defused the situation, and led to a hit record. [Excerpt: The Supremes, "Stop! In the Name of Love"] Indeed, Dozier wasn't the only one whose experiences made up part of the lyrics for the song. All three of Holland, Dozier, and Holland were having complex love lives and going through the breakup of their first marriages. Eddie Holland has said that he used his own experiences in that regard in writing the lyrics to that song. All three men were having affairs with multiple women, but two of those affairs were important in their working lives -- Brian Holland was dating Diana Ross, while Lamont Dozier was seeing Mary Wilson. According to Eddie Holland, Florence seemed to think that this meant that the  remaining members of their respective trios should also pair up, but Holland didn't think that he should get involved, given Florence's mental fragility and his own promiscuous nature. Both Lamont and Brian later split up with their respective Supremes partners, but luckily everyone was professional enough that they were all able to continue working together. After "Stop! In the Name of Love" came "Back in Your Arms Again", making five number ones in a row for the combination of the Supremes and Holland-Dozier-Holland. On top of this, Holland-Dozier-Holland were busily making hits for the Four Tops, who we'll hear more about next week, and for the Isley Brothers, as well as writing odd songs for other artists like Marvin Gaye. To put this into perspective, at this point the *only* act ever to have had five number ones in a row on the US charts was Elvis, who had done it twice. The Beatles were about to hit their fifth, and would eventually get to six number ones in a row -- they had eleven in the UK, but many more Beatles singles were released in the US than in the UK, so there were more opportunities to break the streak. That was the company the Supremes were in. It's important to stress how big the Supremes, Motown, and Holland-Dozier-Holland were in 1965. There were twenty-seven Billboard number one singles that year, and six of them were from Motown -- compared to five from the Beatles and two from the Rolling Stones. Of those six number one Motown singles, five of them were Holland-Dozier-Holland productions, and four were by the Supremes. Of course, number one records are not the only measure of success in the music industry, but they are definitely a measure. By that measure, the Supremes were bigger than anyone except the Beatles, but this led to a certain amount of dissatisfaction among the rest of the Motown acts. They were being told that a rising tide would lift all boats, but the way they saw it, everyone who wasn't a Supreme was being ignored, unless they were named Smokey Robinson or Marvin Gaye. The Vandellas, for example, thought that records like "Dancing in the Street", which made number two in the charts, could have easily made number one had they been given the same kind of promotion as the Supremes. This was, to them, particularly evident when it came to the first British tour of the Motortown Revue, in March 1965. While the various Motown acts were on tour in the UK, the opportunity came up to do a TV special for Granada TV, presented by Dusty Springfield, who was the driving force behind the special. Springfield was particularly an admirer of Martha and the Vandellas, and got Martha to duet with her on her own hit "Wishin' and Hopin'": [Excerpt: Dusty Springfield and Martha Reeves, "Wishin' and Hopin'"] Yet while all the acts on the tour -- the Vandellas, Stevie Wonder, the Miracles, and the Temptations -- got their moments in the spotlight on the show, the Supremes did seem to dominate it, with more songs than any of the other acts. This was partly just good sense -- Motown was only just starting to have a presence in the UK, and to the extent it did the Supremes were almost the only Motown artists that had made any impression on the public consciousness at all at this point -- but it was also because Berry Gordy was becoming increasingly infatuated with Diana Ross, and they finally consummated their relationship in Paris at the end of the tour. Now, it is important to note here that this is always portrayed in every book about the group or Motown as "scheming Diana Ross used her feminine wiles to seduce hapless Berry Gordy, who was helplessly under her spell.” That's certainly one way to look at it. Another way to look at it is that Berry Gordy was a thirty-five-year-old married man sleeping with an employee of his who had only just turned twenty-one, and who had been his employee for several years. I wouldn't mention any of this at all -- I despise the gossiping nature of much music writing -- except that it is impossible to read anything at all about the Supremes without getting a take on the group's career from this point on that has Ross using her sexuality to manipulate Gordy in order to fulfil her own scheming ambition. I think there's no question at all that Ross was ambitious, but I think most of the narrative about her is rooted in misogyny, and a very deep misunderstanding of the power dynamics in her relationship with Gordy. But there is absolutely no question that Gordy saw the Supremes as the most important act on Motown -- and that he saw Diana Ross as the most important part of the Supremes. And decisions made for the benefit of Ross were not always decisions that would benefit her colleagues. For example, at this point in time, the fashion was for women to be very curvy, rather than thin. Ross was extremely thin, and so the group's outfits were padded. This wasn't such a problem for Mary, who had her own issues about a lack of curves, but for Florence, who was bigger than the other two, it was humiliating, because it made her look bigger than she was, and there was no question of the padding being removed from her clothes -- the decisions were being made on the basis of what made Diana look good. Of course, fashions change, and with the rise of the supermodel Twiggy, suddenly a more emaciated look became popular, so the group were able to drop the padding -- but that still left Florence as the unfashionable-looking one. She became deeply insecure about this, though she would hide it with humour -- after Twiggy became popular, there was a scripted bit of the show where Ross would say "thin is in", and Florence ad libbed "but fat is where it's at!", and her ad lib became part of the routine. After the Supremes' run of five number one singles, it might have seemed that they were invulnerable, but in September 1965, "Nothing But Heartaches" came out, and it only made number eleven: [Excerpt: The Supremes, “Nothing But Heartaches”] For any other act, this would be a major hit, but for an act that had had five number one hits in a row, it was a failure, and it was treated as such, even though it sold over a million copies. Berry Gordy actually sent out a memo to all Motown creative staff, saying "We will release nothing less than top ten product on any artist: and because the Supremes' world-wide acceptance is greater than the other artists, on them we will only release number-one records". Of course, that was easier said than done -- every songwriter and producer wanted only to be making number one records, after all, but it's a symptom of the attitudes that were showing up at Motown by this point -- a number eleven hit for a group that two years earlier had been laughed at for being the "no hit Supremes" was now regarded as a failure to be punished, while major successes were just to be considered the norm. But it's also a tribute to how successful Holland, Dozier, and Holland were by this point that the next Supremes single was, once again, another number one hit. The inspiration for "I Hear a Symphony" came from Dozier thinking about how characters in films often had musical motifs on the soundtrack, and how ridiculous it would be if people in real life walked around with their own musical accompaniments. But it might also be that the writing trio had something else in mind. In August, just over a month before the recording of "I Hear a Symphony", a girl group called The Toys had released a single called "A Lover's Concerto": [Excerpt: The Toys, "A Lover's Concerto"] That song had been based on a piece of music usually incorrectly attributed to Bach, but actually by the Baroque composer Christian Petzold, and had been written by Sandy Linzer and Denny Randell, two writers who usually wrote for the Four Seasons, whose four-on-the-floor style was very similar to that of Holland, Dozier, and Holland. Linzer and Randell had even put in a little nod to the Supremes in the song. Compare the intro of the Toys record: [Excerpt: The Toys, "A Lover's Concerto"] With the intro from "Stop! In the Name of Love!": [Excerpt: The Supremes, "Stop! In the Name of Love!"] The section from eight through sixteen seconds on the Toys record is so close to the section from eleven through nineteen seconds on the Supremes one that you can play them almost together -- I had to do a tiny splice five seconds in here because the musicians on the Toys record don't have the perfect timing of the Funk Brothers and drifted by 0.1 seconds, but I hope you can see just how close those two sections are: [Excerpt: The Supremes and The Toys together] See what I mean? The Toys' record reached number two on the charts -- not a number one, but better than the most recent Supremes record. So it might well be that Holland, Dozier, and Holland were also thinking about the Toys' record when they came to make their new one -- especially since it had contained a little nod to their own work. And the odd thing about that section is it's not integral to the Toys record at all -- it's just there, I think, as a nod and a wink to anyone listening for it. Certainly, Holland, Dozier, and Holland were aware of the Toys record -- they had the Supremes cut a cover version of it for the I Hear a Symphony album. That album also contained the Supremes' version of the Beatles' "Yesterday" -- another hit which had, of course, referenced classical music, with its string quartet backing. One hit record referencing classical music might be a fluke, but two was a pattern, and so whatever the writers' later claims about the inspiration, it's reasonable to suspect that at the very least they were paying close attention to this pattern. The lyrics to "I Hear a Symphony" were written in a rush. The original plan had been for the group to release a song called "Mother Dear" as their next single, but then Brian Holland and Lamont Dozier came up with the track and title for "I Hear a Symphony", and knew it would be a winner. There was one problem, though -- the single needed to be out relatively quickly, and the Supremes were travelling to the UK in two days' time. When the instrumental track had been cut, Brian Holland phoned his brother, waking him up, and telling him they needed a set of lyrics for the very next day. Holland was actually already a little burned out that day -- he'd just been working on "Road Runner" by Junior Walker and the All-Stars, which was intended as the follow-up to their big hit "Shotgun": [Excerpt: Junior Walker and the All-Stars, "(I'm a) Road Runner"] At least, Holland says that was what he was working on, though it came out five months later – but Motown often delayed releases by minor acts. "Road Runner" was not normal Holland-Dozier-Holland material, it had been difficult to write, and not only that they'd discovered that Walker couldn't play the saxophone part in the same keys that he could sing the song, so they'd had to varispeed the track in order to get both parts down. Holland had had a tiring day, and had just gone to sleep when the phone had rung. Brian Holland had a copy of the backing track couriered over to Eddie in the middle of the night, and Eddie stayed up all night writing the lyrics, eventually finishing them in the studio while he was teaching Diana Ross the song: [Excerpt: The Supremes, "I Hear a Symphony"] Because it had to be recorded in such a hurry, the Supremes were in London when the mixing was finalised -- as was Berry Gordy, who normally ran Motown's quality control meetings, the meetings in which the executives and producers all checked all the work that was going out to make sure it met the company's standards. Normally, if Gordy was out of town, Brian Holland would take over the meeting, but a new Supremes single was important enough to Gordy that he made an international phone call to the meeting and listened to the record over the phone. Gordy insisted that the vocal was too high in the mix, but Brian Holland pushed back, and Gordy eventually agreed to let the record go out as it was, despite his reservations. He agreed that he had been wrong when the record went to number one. It wouldn't start another streak of number ones, but the next eight singles would all go top ten, and the group would have another six number ones, including a streak of four in late 1966 and early 1967. There were other records, as well -- Christmas singles (which don't tend to get counted as "real singles", because Christmas records got put on their own special charts), and promotional efforts, like "Things Are Changing For The Better". That was a song that Brian Wilson and Mike Love of the Beach Boys had originally written for the Ronettes, under the title "Don't Hurt My Little Sister", but while Spector had cut a backing track, the song hadn't been considered worth the Ronettes adding their vocals, and the Beach Boys had cut their own version as an album track: [Excerpt: The Beach Boys, "Don't Hurt My Little Sister"] But a year later, the Advertising Council wanted a public information song, to promote the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the subsequent Voting Rights Act of 1965, two landmark acts that between them meant that for the first time discrimination against Black people wasn't legal. They turned to Spector to come up with something, and Spector, not wanting to waste a hit on them, came up with some new lyrics for the unused backing track, using the various slogans the Advertising Council wanted. Spector got his assistant Jerry Riopelle to finish the track off, and three versions were cut with different vocals over the same backing track. Riopelle produced a version with the Blossoms on vocals, another version was performed by the white pop group Jay and the Americans, and finally Motown put out a version with the Supremes singing over Spector's track. It's not the greatest track ever recorded or anything, but it is the only collaboration between the three biggest American hit-makers of the early sixties -- the Beach Boys, Spector, and the Supremes -- even if they didn't actually work together on it, and so "Things Are Changing For The Better" is interesting as a capsule of American pop music in 1965: [Excerpt: The Supremes, "Things Are Changing For The Better"] But Gordy had plans for the Supremes that involved them moving away from being merely pop stars, and the title of “I Hear a Symphony” worked well for Gordy's plans. Like Sam Cooke before them, he wanted them to move into the more lucrative middle-class white market, and like Sam Cooke that meant playing the Copacabana. We talked a little about the Copacabana -- or the Copa as it was universally known -- in the episode on "A Change is Gonna Come", but it's hard to get across now what an important venue it was. It was a mob-controlled nightclub in New York, and while it was only a nightclub, not a huge-capacity venue, headlining there was considered a sign that an act had made it and become part of the elite. If you could headline at the Copacabana in the early sixties, you were no longer a transitory pop act who might be gone tomorrow, you were up there with Tony Bennett and Sammy Davis Jr and Martin and Lewis. Of course, that whole showbusiness world has largely gone now, and the entertainment industry was going through massive changes in the early sixties that would soon make whether an act had headlined at the Copa as irrelevant to their future prospects as where they had gone to school, but nobody at the time knew that the changes that were happening -- thanks in large part to labels like Motown -- were going to be lasting ones, rather than just fads. So Gordy decided that his flagship group were going to headline at the Copa -- even though he had to agree to a deal which meant that for their initial three-week residency  the group members only made sixty dollars a show each before expenses. And they were going to do a "classy" show. Yes, they would include a few of the hits, but most of the songs would be things like "Somewhere" from West Side Story, the Barbra Streisand song "People" -- which would be Florence's one lead vocal in the show -- the Guy Lombardo song "Enjoy Yourself, It's Later Than You Think", and of all things "Rock-a-bye Your Baby With a Dixie Melody": [Excerpt: The Supremes, "Rock-A-Bye Your Baby With a Dixie Melody"] The rest of the repertoire was show tunes, a gender-swapped version of "The Girl From Ipanema" retitled "The Boy From Ipanema", a parody of Roger Miller's "King of the Road" titled "Queen of the House", and a medley of Sam Cooke's hits. Other than the Cooke material and the brief run-throughs of their own number ones, the setlist was tailored entirely for the Copa's clientele, which barely overlapped at all with the Motown audience. The Copa residency was a triumph, and led to the Supremes making regular appearances at the venue for seven years, but it came at a great cost to the group members. Ross was so stressed she lost a stone of her already low weight, the first sign of the anorexia which she would deal with for many years to come. Meanwhile, Florence had to miss a chunk of the rehearsals as she became seriously ill with the flu, though she got herself well enough to make the opening night. And while it was what Berry Gordy had been working towards for years, it couldn't have come at a worse time for him personally -- his elder sister Loucye died suddenly of a brain haemorrhage shortly before the residency, and her funeral was actually the morning of the opening night. The opening night went exactly as Gordy had planned, except for one ad-lib -- during the song "You're Nobody 'Til Somebody Loves You", after Ross sang the line “But gold won't bring you happiness,” Florence interjected a joking line -- "Now wait a minute, honey. I don't know about all that." The audience loved her ad-lib -- Sammy Davis Jr., who was in the audience, yelled out "All right, girl! You tell it like it is!" -- and the line got added as a regular part of the performance: [Excerpt: The Supremes, “You're Nobody 'Til Somebody Loves You”] along with a rather less fun bit where Florence would mention "little old me", and Ross would snarkily respond "Little?" But even though it worked, Gordy was furious, partly just because he was understandably in a bad mood after his sister's funeral, partly because it was a deviation from the carefully-scripted performance, and partly because it was a moment in the spotlight for someone other than Diana Ross. As retaliation, a couple of days later he had Harvey Fuqua tell the group that they were dropping "People" -- Florence's only lead vocal -- from the set because there were too many show tunes. Then, a week or so later, "People" was added back to the set, but with Ross singing lead. (Mary Wilson had also asked to have her own lead vocal in the set, but Gordy had just looked at her sadly and said "Mary, you know you can't sing".) Florence was devastated. She was already drinking too much, but that escalated after the Copa engagement. Even though the group had never been as close as many groups are, they had all genuinely attempted to create a bond with each other, even all moving on to the same street. But now, that physical closeness just became an opportunity for the women to note the comings and goings at each other's houses and pass snarky comment on it. Ballard was fast becoming considered a liability by the powers that be at Motown, and even the existence of the Supremes was starting to be seen as something that was merely a hindrance for Diana Ross' career, rather than them being seen for what they were -- a massively successful group, not just a lead singer and her backing vocalists. Florence wasn't very long for the group, and when we next look at them, we'll no longer be looking at the Supremes, but at Diana Ross and the Supremes...

The Bass Shed Podcast
EP 56 - Shaun Munday

The Bass Shed Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 60:13


Shaun Munday is a basssit, vocalist and solo artist who has shared the stage with Lalah Hathaway, Corinne Bailey Rae, Andra Day, Mary Wilson of The Supremes, blues legend Robert Cray, reggae royalty Aston Barrett and The Wailers (Bob Marley's band), country music star Collin Raye, Devon Allman, Yonrico Scott of the Royal Southern Brotherhood and the band Kansas.

Before the Lights
J. Randy Taraborrelli- Celebrity Biographer/16 NY Times Best-Sellers

Before the Lights

Play Episode Play 32 sec Highlight Listen Later Jun 24, 2021 51:50


The discussion begins with J. Randy being from an Italian American family and how that is important. He tells us how is love of writing began by forming a fan club for the group- The Supremes at age 10. This will tell you how he became the guy to write celebrity biographies. He gives us the average time it takes to research and write a book which may surprise you along with the challenges of this profession and being self-employed.Are the subjects he writes about personal connections, coincidence or on purpose as he writes about powerful women? Hear insight into Diana Ross, Carol Burnett, and Frank Sinatra. J. Randy tells us about his relationships with Madonna and how she has changed, the first time he met Michael Jackson that leads to his relationship of many years. What is was like being at the verdict of his molestation trail, Michael's pain pill addiction, and was he misunderstood. How he obtained never before seen photos of Marilyn Monroe?  Hear about his writing of four books with more in the future on The Kennedy Family. Will the fascination of this family ever fade?  He speaks about his relationship with Jackie Kennedy which goes way back that leads  to how great Katie Holmes was playing her in the tv miniseries- After Camelot. His new release “Grace & Steel”- Dorothy, Barbara, Laura, & The Women of the Bush Dynasty is available as J. Randy is a Bush Family Historian. Hear about his upcoming projects and we close with what he wants his legacy to be. Links:J. Randy Taraborrelli Website: https://jrandytaraborrelli.com/Order Books: https://jrandytaraborrelli.com/projects/books/After Camelot Miniseries: https://www.reelz.com/after-camelot-home/Grace & Steel: https://www.amazon.com/Grace-Steel-Dorothy-Barbara-Dynasty/dp/125024871X Before the Lights Website: https://www.beforethelightspod.com/Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/beforethelightspodcast/DONATE: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?hosted_button_id=94FXFEN6E2MB2Become a BTL Crew Member: https://www.patreon.com/beforethelightsMerch: https://www.beforethelightspod.com/merchOnly 3 Snack Crisps: https://www.only3snacks.com/ Extra 5Training in martial artsWhere does his drive come from?Does he read other books outside of your work?Does he ever take a break? Support the show (https://www.beforethelightspod.com/member-areas)

Follow Your Dream - Music And Much More!
Mark Bego - World's Leading Rock and Roll Biographer

Follow Your Dream - Music And Much More!

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2021 38:32


This episode features Mark Bego, the world's leading Rock and Roll Biographer, with 67 books in print including Elvis, Elton, Madonna and Michael Jackson.Robert's song in this episode: “Yeah Yeah” from the album PGS 7 by Robert's band, Project Grand Slam. This song is the first song on the album and is guaranteed to get you up and out of your seat! Robert chose this song because it rocks out just like his guest Mark Bego.For a FREE Download of “Yeah Yeah” just go to this link: https://www.followyourdreampodcast.com/roadmap-songMark Bego is the author of 66 books on rock & roll and show business, including two New York Times Best-Sellers, three multi-million-sellers, and two half-million selling titles. With over 12 million books in print, he is acknowledged as the best-selling biographer in the rock and pop music field. His biographies have included the life stories of some of the biggest stars of ROCK (Elton John, Billy Joel, Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson, Madonna, Bonnie Raitt, The Doobie Brothers, Three Dog Night), SOUL (Aretha Franklin, The Supremes, Martha Reeves & The Vandellas, Tina Turner, Whitney Houston), POP (Sonny & Cher, The Monkees, Sade, Barry Manilow), and COUNTRY (Glen Campbell, George Strait, Patsy Cline, Alan Jackson, Vince Gill). He has also written about film and television stars as well (Rock Hudson, Julia Roberts, Linda Gray, Leonardo DiCaprio, Will Smith, Matt Damon, The Marx Brothers).In this episode, Robert and Mark discuss:How he got started in journalism (3:00)How the Motown sound moved him (5:00)Became a freelance writer (8:05)His beginnings as a rock biographer (15:20)Mary Wilson of The Supremes (25:12)  If you enjoyed the show, please Subscribe, Rate, and Review at Apple Podcast, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.  Get your Complimentary DREAM ROADMAP with Robert's 5 steps to pursue and succeed at YOUR dream. Just click here: https://www.followyourdreampodcast.com/dreamroadmap  Connect with the Follow Your Dream Podcast:Website: www.followyourdreampodcast.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/followyourdreampodcast/Facebook: www.facebook.com/FollowYourDreamPodcastEmail Robert: robert@followyourdreampodcast.com Follow Robert's band, Project Grand Slam, and his music:Website: https://www.projectgrandslam.comStore: https://www.thepgsstore.com/  YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/PGSjazzFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/projectgrandslam/Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/artist/04BdGdJszDD8WtAFXc9skWApple Music: https://music.apple.com/us/artist/project-grand-slam/274548453Email: pgs@projectgrandslam.comIntro/Outro song in this episode- “Yeah Yeah” from PGS 7, by Robert's band Project Grand SlamSpotify link- https://open.spotify.com/track/3hxm3BBYbSkB8DAIfp73KB?si=m6iH338NSQ2PlpWrveoRNA

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Rock's Backpages Ep.94: Caroline Boucher on Zappa + Beefheart + Alice Cooper + Yes

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 23, 2021 62:12


In this episode we invite former Disc (and Music Echo) reporter Caroline Boucher to reflect on her journey from the Gravesend & Dartford Reporter to The Observer's Food Monthly supplement — via a stint at Elton John's Rocket label. Barney, Mark & Jasper ask Caroline about being a female pop reporter in that very unwoke era, and press her for stories about her favourite L.A. freaks Frank Zappa and Captain Beefheart.The Zappa theme leads into clips from not one but two audio interviews with Vince "Alice Cooper" Furnier, the first from August 1969 — when Alice signed to Frank's Straight label — and the second from exactly 20 years later, when Adam Blake talked to him about his new Trash album. Fond recall ensues of 'School's Out' and other Cooper classics.The conversation turns from freaky California weirdness to pompous English prog-rock, though Mark makes a compelling case for — and defence of — the 50-year-old Yes Album. The "team" pays its respects to the Supreme Mary Wilson, the jazz-fusing Chick Corea, Salsa godfather Johnny Pacheco and Byrds/Smiths biographer Johnny Rogan, after which Mark talks us through his library highlights from the previous fortnight and Jasper signs off with remarks on pieces about Halsey and Pharrell Williams.Many thanks to special guest Caroline Boucher; for more of her writing, visit her page on RBP.The Zappa documentary is streaming now on the altitude.film website and all major platforms from March.Pieces discussed: Frank Zappa, Captain Beefheart, Burgers with Alice Cooper, Alice Cooper backstage, Alice Cooper audio, Yes, Yes, Yes, Mary Wilson, The Supremes, Chick Corea, Johnny Pacheco, Johnny Rogan, The Beatles live, Aretha Franklin, Nick Drake, Sunset Strip groupies, Evan Parker, Chuck Berry, Keith Richards, George Clinton, The Jesus & Mary Chain, Alan Douglas, Al Bell, Pharrell Williams and Halsey.

Rock's Backpages
E94: Caroline Boucher on Zappa + Beefheart + Alice Cooper + Yes

Rock's Backpages

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2021 62:12


In this episode we invite former Disc (and Music Echo) reporter Caroline Boucher to reflect on her journey from the Gravesend & Dartford Reporter to The Observer's Food Monthly supplement — via a stint at Elton John's Rocket label. Barney, Mark & Jasper ask Caroline about being a female pop reporter in that very unwoke era, and press her for stories about her favourite L.A. freaks Frank Zappa and Captain Beefheart.The Zappa theme leads into clips from not one but two audio interviews with Vince "Alice Cooper" Furnier, the first from August 1969 — when Alice signed to Frank's Straight label — and the second from exactly 20 years later, when Adam Blake talked to him about his new Trash album. Fond recall ensues of 'School's Out' and other Cooper classics.The conversation turns from freaky California weirdness to pompous English prog-rock, though Mark makes a compelling case for — and defence of — the 50-year-old Yes Album. The "team" pays its respects to the Supreme Mary Wilson, the jazz-fusing Chick Corea, Salsa godfather Johnny Pacheco and Byrds/Smiths biographer Johnny Rogan, after which Mark talks us through his library highlights from the previous fortnight and Jasper signs off with remarks on pieces about Halsey and Pharrell Williams.Many thanks to special guest Caroline Boucher; for more of her writing, visit her page on RBP.The Zappa documentary is streaming now on the altitude.film website and all major platforms from March.Pieces discussed: Frank Zappa, Captain Beefheart, Burgers with Alice Cooper, Alice Cooper backstage, Alice Cooper audio, Yes, Yes, Yes, Mary Wilson, The Supremes, Chick Corea, Johnny Pacheco, Johnny Rogan, The Beatles live, Aretha Franklin, Nick Drake, Sunset Strip groupies, Evan Parker, Chuck Berry, Keith Richards, George Clinton, The Jesus & Mary Chain, Alan Douglas, Al Bell, Pharrell Williams and Halsey.

The Outlook Podcast Archive
Mary Wilson: her life as a Supreme

The Outlook Podcast Archive

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2021 17:28


Last week the singer Mary Wilson died at the age of 76. She was born to a poor family in Mississippi, the daughter of an itinerant worker and a mother who couldn't read or write, but she grew up to be a legend of Motown, co-founder of one of the most successful groups of all time: The Supremes. In an interview from the Outlook archives, Mary describes her childhood, why she hated some of their early hits and what really happened with Diana Ross. Get in touch: outlook@bbc.com Presenter: Emily Webb Producer: Maryam Maruf Picture: The Supremes, circa 1960 (L-R) Florence Ballard, Mary Wilson and Diana Ross Credit: Getty Images

#RolandMartinUnfiltered
Impeachment trial day 4; Ossoff presses Biden's budget pick on HBCU $$; Barr nixed Chauvin plea deal

#RolandMartinUnfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 13, 2021 122:26


2.12.21 #RolandMartinUnfiltered: Impeachment trial day 4; Ossoff presses Biden's budget pick on HBCU $$; Barr nixed Chauvin plea deal; Judge in Rittenhouse case denies motion for new arrest warrant; Eugene Goodman to receive Congressional Gold Medal; Meet the Black woman who owns COVID testing centers in Texas and Oklahoma; The legendary Otis Williams of The Temptations reflects on the life Mary Wilson; Educators discuss Biden's plan for parents who want school choice. Support #RolandMartinUnfiltered via the Cash App ☛ https://cash.app/$rmunfiltered or via PayPal ☛https://www.paypal.me/rmartinunfiltered #RolandMartinUnfiltered is a news reporting platform covered under Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

International Punk Supply
20 in 20 - Episode 17

International Punk Supply

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 12, 2021 25:02


Topics!1. Dog clothes2. Dishwashing gloves3. Shopping with headphones4. Chick Corea 1941-20215. The Weeknd at the Super Bowl6. Noah S/S 20217. Wet socks8. Sorel slippers9. Graco carseats10. Chuck Johnson's The Cinder Grove11. The difference between masters and publishing rights12. Public domain13. Trader Joe's tortilla chips14. French fries at Mexican restaurants15. Underrated/overrated/properly rated: Munchkins flavors16. Underrated/overrated/properly rated: Seinfeld characters17. Smoked beers (Pipeworks, Alarmist)18. Mary Wilson 1944-202119. Rubins and Salmieri's Dragons Love Tacos20. Valentine's Day

Carolina Kings
We invent everything and make it hot...Pass the popcorn

Carolina Kings

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2021 66:03


In this episode we remember Mary Wilson of the Supremes, discuss the Super Bowl, Trump Trial and as always Blickitty-black History. Enjoy! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

#RolandMartinUnfiltered
#RolandMartinUnfiltered celebrates the life and legacy of Supremes co-founder Mary Wilson

#RolandMartinUnfiltered

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2021 77:55


#RolandMartinUnfiltered celebrates the life and legacy of Supremes co-founder Mary Wilson Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sound Opinions
Bonus podcast 12: RIP Mary Wilson of the Supremes

Sound Opinions

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2021 35:41


Mary Wilson of the Supremes was our guest in January 2020 on WBEZ. We revisit that conversation in memory of Mary, dead at 76.Become a member on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/soundopinionsMake a donation via PayPal: https://bit.ly/36zIhZKRecord a Voice Memo: https://www.micdropp.com/studio/5febf006eba45/