English songwriter, singer of The Rolling Stones
Kenney Jones, legendary drummer of The Faces, Small Faces & The Who, joins us to talk vinyl, the records of his career, recording with Paul McCartney, Mick Jagger, John Bonham PLUS the upcoming plans for The Faces & a limited vinyl pressing of a recently surfaced 1966 Small Faces gig. Topics include: Interview startup The Small Faces 1966 recordings that just surfaced Led Zeppelin were influenced by early Small Faces Growing up in a house with 3 records Kenney originally wanted to play the Banjo The story of Kenney playing drums How did Kenney get records in his youth Pat Meehan / Don Arden discovering the Small Faces Negotiating with Don Arden / Carnaby Street Purchasing handfuls of records to make a single chart What was Don Arden like to work with? Ogden's Nut Gone Flake record package Immediate Records going bust What happened to the Ogden's master tapes Kenny is re-recording Ogden's Nut Gone Flake Location of the other master tapes Rare recordings and outtakes were sourced from stored tapes & acetates Kenney has loads of tapes to release on Nice Records The EU copyright laws Kenney's single “Ready or Not” Kenney's unreleased single with Paul McCartney Recording with Wings, John Bonham in the ‘Rockestra' The story of The Rolling Stones “It's Only Rock & Roll” session New recordings / upcoming record & tour from The Faces The night before Keith Moon died The Who wasn't sure they would continue after Keith Were there demos for "Face Dances" that Keith recorded before he died? The connection between Kenney & John Entwistle How did he compare between playing with John Entwistle and Ronnie Lane? Does Kenney still listen to records? Interview wrap up Nice Records - Small Faces 1966 vinyl Extended interview available here: www.Patreon.com/VinylGuide Listen on Apple: https://apple.co/2Y6ORU0 Listen on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/36qhlc8 Follow our Podcast: https://linktr.ee/vinylguide Facebook: www.Facebook.com/VinylGuide Instagram: www.Instagram.com/VinylGuide Support our show: www.Patreon.com/VinylGuide If you like records, just starting a collection or are an uber-nerd with a house-full of vinyl, this is the podcast for you. Nate Goyer is The Vinyl Guide and discusses all things music and record-related
Informativo de primera hora del jueves 12 de Mayo de 2022 en el programa El Remate de La Diez Capital Radio. Hoy se cumplen 78 días del cruel ataque e invasión de Rusia a Ucrania. Buenos días Ucrania. Día Internacional de la Enfermera. El 12 de mayo se celebra el Día Internacional de la Enfermería, con el objetivo de rendir un merecido homenaje a todos los enfermeros y enfermeras, que a nivel mundial realizan esta labor para toda la humanidad, así como rendir tributo a Florence Nightingale, que nació un 12 de mayo y que es considerada la fundadora de la enfermería moderna. Tal día como hoy, el 12 de mayo de 1907, nace Katherine Hepburn. La actriz estadounidense se reinventó a sí misma hasta convertirse en una leyenda de Hollywood. La hicieron popular películas como 'Gloria De Un Día', 'Mujercitas' (1933) o 'Sueños De Juventud'. 1912.- La revista Blanco y Negro publica la primera fotografía en color de la prensa española. Tal día como hoy 12 de mayo de 1937, el rey Jorge VI fue coronado en la abadía de Westminster. El Rey George era segundo en la línea al trono, después de su hermano menor Edward, que abdicó para poder casarse con la socialité estadounidense Wallis Simpson. 1956: fecha de nacimiento de Homer Simpson, el célebre protagonista ficticio de la serie de animación estadounidense Los Simpson. 2014: Lugansk y Donetsk se declaran independientes de Ucrania y formalizan un próximo referéndum para su unión con Rusia. Santos Nereo, Domingo de la Calzada, Pancracio y Dionisio.Guterres no ve cerca el fin de la guerra de Ucrania. Ucrania detiene el flujo de gas a Europa desde una zona ocupada por Rusia. El operador ucranio afirma que el tránsito de este hidrocarburo estaba en peligro y pide a Gazprom que lo reconduzca por otro punto en territorio controlado por Kiev. El consorcio ruso responde que es “técnicamente imposible”. EEUU cree que Rusia irá más allá del Donbás. España y Marruecos acuerdan reabrir las fronteras de Ceuta y Melilla "en los muy próximos días". La nueva ley del aborto permitirá interrumpir el embarazo a partir de los 16 años sin permiso de los padres. El borrador irá al Consejo de Ministros también recoge bajas de tres días, ampliables a cinco, para las mujeres que tengan reglas dolorosas. Feijóo acusa a Sánchez de ser una "caricatura" de presidente que "daña seriamente" a España "chantajeado" por sus socios independentistas. Eliminan la recomendación del uso de mascarillas en aviones y aeropuertos. La Agencia de Seguridad Aérea de la Unión Europea (EASA) y el Centro Europeo para la Prevención y el Control de Enfermedades (ECDC) han eliminado la recomendación del uso obligatorio de mascarillas en aeropuertos y a bordo de un vuelo, al tiempo que han señalado que la mascarilla es una de las mejores protecciones contra la transmisión de COVID-19. Salvamento conduce a 187 personas a Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura y Tenerife. Los migrantes viajaban en dos neumáticas y un cayuco, y entre ellos se contabilizaron 28 posibles menores de edad, según han informado este miércoles fuentes de la sociedad estatal, Cruz Roja y el 1-1-2. Las clases de Bachillerato por la tarde desaparecerán el próximo curso en Canarias. La consejera de Educación, Manuel Armas, explica en el Parlamento que se adoptará esa medida si continúa la situación sanitaria como hasta ahora, lo que permitirá acabar con el desdoblamiento de grupos para aplicar una distancia de seguridad entre alumnos. Canarias lucirá 58 Banderas Azules este verano, 8 menos que en 2021. (5 Tenerife y 3 Gran Canaria). La isla de Tenerife perdió cuatro banderas: la de Troya I y II (Adeje) y las del Puerto de la Cruz, playa Jardín y San Telmo. Y pierde la Bandera Azul del Puerto Deportivo de Los Gigantes. La isla de Gran Canaria pierde tres Banderas Azules, con respecto a 2021: Maspalomas, Meloneras y San Agustín. El 12 de mayo de 1971, el cantante de los Rolling Stones, Mick Jagger, se casa con Bianca Pérez Morena de Macías en una ceremonia civil en el ayuntamiento local en la ciudad mediterránea francesa de St Tropez.
GGACP's celebration of Jewish American Heritage Month continues with this classic interview from 2019 featuring rock ‘n' roll icon Neil Sedaka, who discusses growing up in Brooklyn, his apprenticeship at the famed Brill Building, his chart-topping collaborations with lyricist Howard Greenfield and his memories of Bobby Darin, Elvis Presley, Carole King, Richard Rodgers and Paul McCartney (among others). Also, Bob Dylan offers praise, John Lennon provides inspiration, Mick Jagger buys a Sedaka record and Neil remembers his cousin Eydie Gorme. PLUS: "My Yiddishe Momme"! The Captain & Tennille! Elton John to the rescue! The late, great Len Maxwell! Billy Joel “borrows” a melody!"And Neil demonstrates his songwriting process! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
I dette afsnit taler vi bl.a. om selfcare i soveværelset, og så dykker vi ned i de forskellige planeter i Tyrens tegn. Du kan fx høre om, hvorfor en Venus i Tyren er et stykke fyldt chokolade indbagt i den lækreste donut, pyntet smukt og pakket ind i det yndigste silkepapir, og hvad Uranus i Tyren har at gøre med klimaet, og at det igen er blevet moderne at blive gift. Du kan også blive klogere på, hvad Lenny Kravitz, Bruce Willis, Robbie Williams og Mick Jagger alle har til fælles, og i brevkassen har vi fået et spændende og relaterbart spørgsmål om at finde sit rigtige hjem. Der er også Tyre-diva-quiz på programmet og ellers bare god stemning i studiet. Håber I vil lytte med. Her er link til Live Horoscope, som er vores foretrukne astrologiprogram: https://livehoroscope.dkTilrettelæggere og værter: Marianne Gellert og Amalie BendixenOptagelse, klip og mix: Mathias Sørensen, KontrafejTitelmusik: Empha JomsøEpisodemusik: Emil Märcher-RørstedSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/astropod. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Episode 162: Supreme High Priest Non-Horror Horror Week Month rolls out one of the most distressing films the Gaylords have discussed with Gimme Shelter (1970)! Stacie and Anthony address the death of the '60s, Mick Jagger's chicken dance, and Stacie's invitation to the big time before placing their heads on The Chopping Block. Find out more at https://gaylords-of-darkness.pinecast.co
EP 50: MEETING GARETH SOUTHGATE AT THE URINAL, MICK JAGGER AND A HAPPY ANNIVERSARYFor our 50th show we celebrate by knocking off two forfeits in one go! Elsewhere, Jon and Matt discuss Jon meeting Gareth Southgate at a urinal at the weekend, Leeds fans throwing paper at Jack Grealish, some big scissors, a deep burn and Mick Jagger pops by.Don't forget to send us in your weekly forfeit suggestions and ideas for Matt's end of season forfeit. We also want: Animal, City and Weapon improv suggestions and feel free to send us in any questions for Matt and Jon FPL related or not. Tweet us or email us at email@example.comFollow the podcast on Twitter (@comediansfpl), Instagram (ComediansplayingFPL) and Facebook (@comediansfpl)Share, subscribe, review because we told you too!You can join our FPL Fan League here: fantasy.premierleague.com/leagues/auto-join/4mtcnh… League Code: 4mtcnh
*This is now an uncensored show* Welcome back! You're listening to the "Breaking Social Norms" podcast with the Weishaupts! From the father of rock 'n' roll to R. Kelly; we'll talk about ALL the improper lyrics and lives of men in the music industry! We'll focus on the topic of their obsession with underage girls while debating the grey areas of each person's acts. We'll start off with some housekeeping into the age of consent, plastics, water shortages in Cali, Greek Easter, Hugging, embracing toxic masculinity and tall people drama (*ends at 38:00). We'll get into the pressing topic and cover a wide range of celebs in part one: Jerry Lee Lewis, Ted Nugent, KISS, Gene Simmons, Chuck Berry, Red Hot Chili Peppers, David Bowie, Iggy Pop, Jimmy Page, Mick Jagger and of course, R. Kelly! Part two will be out next week where we'll unfortunately KEEP... ON... GOING...—You can now sign up for our commercial-free version of the show at Patreon.com/BreakingSocialNorms -Check out the index of all supporter ad-free episodes here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/55009895-Follow Josie Weishaupt on IG for dogs, memes and show discussions: instagram.com/theweishaupts/Want more?…—Sign up for the free email newsletter for updates at BreakingSocialNorms.com—Subscribe to our YouTube channel (*we'll be more regular on posting videos some glorious day when we get our studio fixed up)! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCarMLPQCW856nx5mQoN_PEA—Index of all previous episodes on free feed: https://breakingsocialnorms.com/2021/03/22/index-of-archived-episodes/—Leave a review or rating wherever you listen and we'll see what you've got to say!Follow us on the socials:-instagram.com/theweishaupts/ Check out Isaac's conspiracy podcasts, merch, etc:-AllMyLinks.com/IsaacW-Conspiracy Theories & Unpopular Culture (on all podcast platforms or IlluminatiWatcher.com)-Isaac Weishaupt's book are all on Amazon and Audible; *author narrated audiobooks, get free first month Audible.com/Illuminati
Today we have an absolute legend on the show Dave Stewart of Eurythmics. This man has sold over 100 Million records, He's won every award there is, He's been Inducted into the UK Music Hall of Fame and now nominated for the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame. Dave has worked with some of the biggest in the music biz including, Mick Jagger, Tom Petty, Stevie Nicks, Ringo Starr the list goes on and on. Dave has a 3 record Box Set of all new material coming out May 20th called Ebony McQueen and it is fantastic. Tune in and enjoy this mans amazing stories. Thank You DDR
Greg follows up on stories from the year past. First up, blowback from Eric Church's decision to cancel his concert so he could attend the Tarheels Final Four game (Digital Music News) & then we hear how the Neil Young Spotify news affected Joe Rogan's listener stats (Digital Music News). In the news Mick Jagger names Machine Gun Kelly & Yungblud as Rock & Roll saviors (Rolling Stone). Finally, some news that hits a little closer to home, a Detroit resident is fuming after buying tickets to the “Red Not Chili Peppers” (Detroit News) & Venus Williams offers Greg consolation via Instagram.Songs:King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard - “Gaia”Yungblud - “The Funeral”Jay was in Philly this weekend to see The Darkness perform at Brooklyn Bowl Philadelphia. His ears are ringing and his vision is blurry, but he found his way back home and is ready to regale us with another “Tales from the Concert”! We hear about the new venue, get an idea of what standing two rows back from the front of the stage sounds like & get a post-concert interview with Daniel Pflager (Jay's brother).Songs:Richard Thompson - “Streamwalk”The Darkness - “It's Love, Jim”Nick makes good on last week's promise…we're playing “Viral or Eyeroll”: Coachella Edition! A rare Jay vs Greg matchup promises an exciting round. Nick's also had two weeks to come up with the questions and gets carried away really easily…so this is a fun one!Song: King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard - “Presumptuous”
Hello, this week I'm talking about Keiths, The Rolling Stones, House Parties, Elon Musk, Mars Bars, Your Irrational Hatreds and EmailsIf you'd like to support the show and want to hear a load of other podcasts you can sign up for a fiver a month to patreon.com/shanesbrilliantpodcast - you can quit anytimeOR ko-fi.com/brilliantshane for a once off donationAW CLASS TOUR TICKETS: https://www.brilliantshane.com/email me something: firstname.lastname@example.org: @brilliantshane twitter: @brilliantshanetheme tune by randy henderson of minnesota/st paul https://www.instagram.com/helgesonriley/Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/shanesbrilliantpodcast)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/shanesbrilliantpodcast)
On this episode Scott and Jack discuss more Worst Band Names and have a few arguments, as usual.
Screen Times Contributing Editor Jonathan Reed sits down with the director of the Apple TV+ Original series to talk working with Gary Oldman & Kristin Scott-Thomas, taking over an airport and whether or not you should give notes to Mick Jagger. Written Piece: 'I said, well, what about Jagger' Episode Notes: Slow Horses | Apple TV+ James Hawes on Twitter Up Next Picks: American Rust District 9 Dopesick ‘We, the public, own Channel 4. And this sell-off isn't a done deal' - Armando Iannucci - The Guardian Tweet Screen Times Tweet Jonathan Reed Magic Rays of Light is a podcast from ScreenTimes.net
Isabelle Richer et Norbert Spehner ont adoré la lecture de La maison des suicides, un polar enlevant qui captive jusqu'à la dernière page; Le mythique groupe britannique The Rolling Stones fait jaser depuis plus de 60 ans, laissant dans son sillage d'innombrables essais, biographies et articles. Le cocréateur du Festival international de jazz de Montréal André Ménard fait le tri et propose quelques ouvrages qui résument la captivante aventure de Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ronnie Wood et Charlie Watts.
The Bone Jocks are back and this week Tonelli, Chasta, Baby Huey and Joe Hawk talk about Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger's comments during a recent interview on a Swedish radio station that he thinks two artists are breathing “life” into a new generation of rock music. Those two artists are Yungblud and Machine Gun Kelly. The 78-year-old singer said, “In rock music you need energy and there have not been a lot of new rock singers around.” He then praised Yungblud and Machine Gun Kelly as two of the best right now. Follow 107.7 The Bone: Website: https://www.1077thebone.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/1077thebone Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/1077TheBone Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/1077thebone See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The number 1 record is all because of vinyl sales, streaming music is more environmentally friendly but uses more energy compared to downloading, Bill Murray is in trouble for sexual assault allegations, Mick Jagger has seen the future of Rock and Roll saying it's Machine Gun Kelly, The NFL Draft is this weekend, it is trendy to put a urinal in your home bathrooms, some nerd news, and most Americans know their astrological signs, and a man in Idaho says it was the cashiers mistake on how he won the lottery!
Nina Nastasia “Just Stay Bed” Celeste “To Love A Man” Salvador Sobral y Agir “Vertigem” Ibeyi “Lavender & Red Roses”Feat. Jorja Smith The Smile “Skrting On The Surface” Mick Jagger “Strange Game” Delbert McClinton “One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer” Van Morrison “Pretending” UB 40 feat. Ali Campbell & Astro “Sufferer” Jorge Drexler “Cinturon Blanco” Kurt Vile “Mount Airy Hill (Way Gone)” Red Hot Chili Peppers “These Are The Ways” Paul Cauthen “Country As Fuck” Escuchar audio
Hydroplaning sideways down the highway into pot holes. Also, what's some of those pronouns we got, I found a friend, Howard Stern ain't fixing the pot holes, ridiculous Kyrie Irving fined $50,000, birds aren't real, happy Johnny Depp has a chubby face and much more! Sponsored by: Hello Fresh - Go to HelloFresh dot com slash opie16 and use code opie16 for up to 16 free meals AND 3 free gifts! Blue Chew - Try BlueChew FREE BlueChew dot com promo code OPIE at checkout--just pay $5 shipping. Join the Private Facebook Group - click "subscribe" on my www.facebook.com/opieradiofans Instagram and Tik Tok - OpieRadio Merch - www.opieradio.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this episode Scott and Jack give their lists of worst 80's songs
On Episode 9, Claire sits down for a fascinating conversation with CARL ARRINGTON, one of the most respected journalists covering pop culture during the '60s thru the ‘00s and through today. Carl talks in-depth about his cover stories during his years as the music editor for People Magazine, being a freelance writer for Time and Rolling Stone as well as a rock critic and editor for the legendary Circus Magazine, cultural commentator for CBS Radio and a movie reviewer. We also get a deep dive into his the new podcast series THE CARL ARRINGTON ARCHIVE, featuring excerpts from his unique collection of original audio-taped interviews with a who's who of the biggest names in music, film and literature, conducted over four decades. Arrington spent hundreds of hours talking to the most major influential talents of the era including Madonna, Michael Jackson, Bob Seger, David Bowie, Mick Jagger, Carrie Fisher, Ozzy Osbourne, Stevie Wonder, Elton John, Patti Smith, Nora Ephron and scores of others – often at crucial moments in the course of their iconic careers. His interview with Tina Turner (see Episode 1) was featured in the recent award-winning HBO documentary “TINA!” THE CARL ARRINGTON ARCHIVE eloquently captures the voices of artists in their own words, revealing their most intimate thoughts and dreams as they sat down for lengthy conversations with Arrington, who had a gift for creating a safe haven for them to share what was going on in their hearts and minds. His encyclopedic knowledge and talent allowed him to chronicle what many consider a peak time in the world of entertainment and offer a truly authentic glimpse into the lives of these legendary artists. For more information about Carl Arrington, follow @CARLARRINGTONARCHIVE on Instagram and subscribe to THE CARL ARRINGTON ARCHIVE on YouTube, Apple, Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 113: “You're just jealous of my knottery!” The guys debate the greatest rivalries on film and in television. The second topic completely implodes on itself and dismantles the show as the trio confuses the criteria regarding 'knots'.· What 70s action comedy was a guilty pleasure of acclaimed director Alfred Hitchcock?· Which movie roles originally offered to David Bowie and Mick Jagger were filled by Steve Martin and Michael Cain?· What was the original stage name of folk rock duo Simon & Garfunkel? · Which podcast host completely loses his cool over tying knots?
Welcome to Light On Light Through, Episode 280, in which I review episode 1.4 of Slow Horses on Apple TV+ Written blog post review of this episode of Slow Horses Podcast reviews: 1.1-2... 1.3 Mick Jagger on how he came to write and sing "Strange Game"
Es gibt Teile unseres Körpers die wir deutlich zu wenig wertschätzen! Die Herzklappe gehört ohne Zweifel dazu! Sie schlägt viele Milliarden Mal in unserem Leben und wir nehmen das einfach als gegeben hin. Um Ihr die Aufmerksamkeit zu schenken die sie verdient widmen wir ihr diese Folge und beschäftigen uns mit der Frage, ob es wirklich notwendig ist immer den halben Menschen aufzustemmen, wenn die Herzklappe nicht mehr funktioniert, wie lang wir noch bis zum gezüchteten Herzen brauchen und wie man sich als Arzt von Mick Jagger fühlt. 00:33 Juhnke - Welcome to the club 03:51 Das Brustbein spalten 06:02 Mit dem Katheter durch die Blutbahn 08:53 Mit einem Plopp eine neue Herzklappe 19:40 Die selbstwachsende Herzklappe
Can you maximize the stage you're in and stay there? Yes! Find out how... Hi everyone, Carl Gould here with your #70secondCEO. Just a little over a one minute investment every day for a lifetime of results. The Rolling Stones are a stage two, stage three business, and they'll be there forever because you can't delegate out Mick Jagger. Mick has to sing the songs, people come to see Mick, if they said that the Rolling Stones are going on tour but four other guys or five other guys were going to play the music instead of the Rolling Stones they wouldn't draw nearly as many people to the stadiums, they probably wouldn't have much of a tour at all. When you go to a doctor and you're going in for brain surgery and that doctor says to you, Well, I'm not the one that's going to do the cutting. I'm not the one that's going to do the surgery. I'm just here to meet with you now. I'm going to send somebody else in, you might lose your confidence in that particular procedure. You want your brain surgeon, you want to go see your Rolling Stones. You want to go see your performer so you don't have to go to stage seven to be successful. you maximize the stage you're in and you can stay there forever, or you can move on your choice. Keep that in mind throughout the course of the success cycle. Like and follow this podcast so you can learn more. My name is Carl Gould and this has been your #70secondCEO.
Det är en historisk dag. Efter fyra år under verandan plockas Linneas Pappa Pelles Cheddar äntligen fram i ljuset och avsmakas. Smakar det gammal ost? Vi pratar ålderskillnaden i förhållanden apropå Mick Jagger och Al Pacinos unga tjejsmak. Vila i frid Gilbert Gottfried! Evalisa Wallin från P3 Krim pratar om mordet i Beckomberga och Kalle Berg från P3 Nyheter om krigskritiker som kan förlora medborgarskapet & deadline för finska Nato-utredningen. Cecilia Düringer från P3 Historia gästar! Programledare: Kodjo Akolor, David Druid och Linnea Wikblad
In this episode, Albert Watson shares his Photographic Memory: a fashion image he took as part of a campaign for Blumarine in Miami in 1989.Albert is one of the most prolific artists of the last century as he blends art, fashion and commercial photography to create stark, powerful images. His celebrity portraits include Alfred Hitchcock, Steve Jobs, Kate Moss, Prince, Michael Jackson, Andy Warhol and Mick Jagger with his work featuring on more than 100 covers of Vogue. His accolades also include an OBE from the Queen, a lifetime achievement award from the Royal Photographic Society and even a Grammy.Albert turned 80 this year and his career spans nearly 60 years. In the conversation he covers his education in Scotland and his later move to Los Angeles and then New York City, where he currently resides.In conversation with Vogue, Mr Porter & New York Times photographer Jonathan Daniel Pryce aka GarçonJon. Find more info on the guests and photographs mentioned in this episode below:Web:https://photographicmemory.show/Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/garconjon/
1992's Freejack starring Emilio Estevez, Rene Russo, Anthony Hopkins, and unironically Mick Jagger is a confounding quagmire of bad jokes, cheesy FX, and yet it is still wildly terrible. Plus, looking towards the final season of Better Call Saul, Marvel's Moon Knight, and more. And if you like what you hear, be sure to subscribe. Enjoy!
Cardinals vs. Royals, 1985 reunion. Friday night is pizza night. Panda talk. Predators. Skeeter. Titanic sinking. EMOTM standings. Al Pacino goes on a date with Mick Jagger's ex, who is 28. How does all this happen? Iggy claims to be shallow. Depends. Reaching old age. Eyesight issues. Blues take on the Bruins tonight. Berube. Bally's App. Cheating.
Episode 398 of On Screen & Beyond - PJ Byrne stops by to talk about his role in HBO's "Vinyl"! PJ gives us a look behind the scenes of this exciting new series from Martin Scorsese and Mick Jagger! PJ is also known for his roles on "Intelligence", "Wolf Of Wall Street" and more" --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/on-screen-and-beyond/message
This week Atsuko Okatsuka comes to town to hang with Daniel, Jason and Randy. The first story is about Mick Jagger, kind of. The second story is about the worst use of government money. The final story is a list of rejected vanity plates. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Have you ever turned a song on the radio and instantly been transported back to a specific scene in a movie? We have. It's these songs that have been indelibly ingrained into our memory and associated with that movie forever. This week we look at some of our favorites and the movies that go along with them on Enjoy Stuff! Quick! What does this song remind you of? Jay and Shua give each other clips of 10 songs and quiz each other to see if it makes them think of the same movie. News Bruce Willis retires after almost 40 years of Film and Television due to aphasia. Guardians of the Galaxy Cosmic Rewind at Epcot opening date announced Cracker Jack Introduces a new Cracker Jill line New cast for season 3 of Picard announced What we're Enjoying Jay, along with millions of us, tuned into the newest Disney+ Marvel series ‘Moon Knight'. It's a pretty unique and mind blowing story. But he's also been digging into the comic book origins and inspirations too. We recommend it. Shua has been killing random seconds of free time a day playing the ios app Mario Kart Tour. A fun distraction with a lot of fun, creative content and characters. Sci-Fi Saturdays/MCU Location Scout Be sure to check out Jay's articles on Retrozap.com. He may not be able to recommend the movie this week, but we can for sure recommend the Retrozap article on the 1992 movie Freejack. This forgettable film stars Emilio Estevez, Mick Jagger, and Anthony Hopkins and had an interesting premise, but a less than perfect execution. The latest Marvel series on Disney+ is here! Now go check out some great filming locations for Moon Knight on MCU Location Scout. Enjoy Movies! Do you remember your high school science lessons on memory? We sure don't. But we do know that memories are important for reminiscing about the great stuff we grew up with. All that school learning is something called ‘explicit' memory. It's memory that you can remember by thinking about it. Book learning. But the memory you get when you smell that pine and think of a special Christmas, or the song that takes you back to that first make out session is called ‘implicit' memory. Implicit memory can be triggered by your senses. These outside stimuli trigger a thought back to another time that you might have been experiencing those senses. Strangely enough, the strongest time of a person's life that is likely to have these memories is between 10 and 30 years old. Meaning all that nostalgia people have when they are in their 40s is actually a psychological norm. We love when a particular song triggers a memory of a movie. So Jay and Shua each put together a separate list of songs that take them back to a film. And they try to guess each other's pick. Are they enough alike that they can match them all? Do you have songs that make you think of a movie? What kind of emotions do those trigger? Let us know. Come talk to us in the Discord channel or send us an email to email@example.com
Once again, everything that was happening in this thousand-show-old rerun from 2003 is STILL HAPPENING! Why should poor bent old Rev. Stang stay up all night at his age editing new Show, when the old ones from twenty years ago are MORE MODERN AND NEW? Moreover, at rural Stang Ranch, the Sacred Scribe has had to deal with one crisis per week, such as wildfires, goat sized hail, and sonic tornadoes. This episode is heavy on the ESO Swamp Radio from WCSB Cleveland (during the Iraq war) but is also rife with insane collage work by LeMur and others, plus some real surprises such as "Bob" songs by NoMeansNo and Mick Jagger, and startlingly timely clips from ancient anti-fascist propaganda cartoons! Incidentally, the CD copies of this show are inexplicably about a minute and a half longer than the digital file copies. If anyone can explain that, please do!(Radio safe.)
«Wir sind immer noch die Gleichen wie am Anfang, einfach in teureren Klamotten», sagt Mick Jagger. Im Juni spielen die Stones in Bern und feiern ihr 60-jähriges Jubiläum. Wir haben Sir Mick am Draht und spielen Hits, Perlen und Funkenschläge ins Jetzt aus dem Stones-Dunstkreis. Und wir haben Tickets für Euch! Gewinnt 1x2 Sitzplätze für das Rolling Stones Konzert vom 17. Juni im Berner Stadion Wankdorf. Nur live im Radio.
Weird Al's second polka medley was his first to consist entirely of contemporary chart hits, a formula he would (mostly) follow for the rest of his career. This week, we discuss a largely forgotten duet between Michael Jackson and Mick Jagger, discover the missing link between ZZ Top and the Moody Blues (like we do), and ponder how the owner of a parcel of land in Montana compares to the owner of a pie. The Jacksons and Mick Jagger - State of ShockZZ Top - Sharp Dressed ManTina Turner - What's Love Got to Do with ItDaryl Hall and John Oates - Method of Modern LoveYes - Owner of a Lonely HeartCohosts: Rich Bunnell, John McFerrin, Amanda RodgersGet early access to bonus episodes on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/discordpodSlate's Hit Parade podcast on Hall and Oates: https://slate.com/podcasts/hit-parade/2022/01/hall-and-oates-biggest-duo-in-chart-history"State of Shock" sung by Harvey Leeds (whom Rich misidentified as "Harvey Leeks"): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eLzVgfOCKkkJohn Michael Higgins sings "Owner of a Lonely Heart" in The Break-Up: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aky2LIJu7yM"Owner of a Lonely Heart" bit from Mystery Science Theater 3000: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E5Rq5f9ZXKgClosing credits music: Kenneth Kraylie https://kennethkraylie.bandcamp.com/ https://casinos.bandcamp.com/
Recordamos a Kurt Cobain, a los 28 años de su muerte y escuchamos lo nuevo de Father John Misty, Wallis Bird y Wet Leg. NIRVANA – In Bloom NIRVANA – Breed THE LIZARDS – Insomnia FATHER JOHN MISTY - The Next 20th Century LEIVA ft ZOE GOTUSSO – Infinitos MICK JAGGER – Strange Game BELAKO – Marinella (Delaporte Remix) WALLIS BIRD – Aquarius WET LEG - Ur Mum LIAM GALLAGHER - C'mon You Know JOHNNY MARR – Ghoster THE SMITHS – There Is A Light That Never Goes Out LOS ESTANQUES y ANNI B SWEET – Brillabas SURFACES - I Can't Help But Feel TEENAGE FANCLUB - I Left A Light On Escuchar audio
Liam Gallagher presenta el segundo sencillo del disco que va a publicar el 27 de mayo, se llama 'C'mon You Know' y protagoniza este podcast junto a lo nuevo de Red Hot Chili Peppers, de Foals y de Alfie Templeman. Pero también escuchamos a Mick Jagger, a Wallis Bird, a Leiva con Tulsa y a Glass Animals con la versión que han hecho de 'Solar Power', de Lorde. LOS ESTANQUES y ANNI B SWEET – Brillabas LIAM GALLAGHER - C'mon You Know RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS - These Are The Ways LEIVA ft TULSA – Inertes ALFIE TEMPLEMAN - Leaving Today FOALS - Looking High LORI MEYERS - Vuelvo a Granada MICK JAGGER - Strange Game WALLIS BIRD – Aquarius GLASS ANIMALS – Solar Power CONFIDENCE MAN - Feels Like A Different Thing LOS INVADERS – Directo Al After NEUMAN – George PEACE RITUAL - Tears Of Joy RUFUS T FIREFLY – Sé Donde Van Los Patos Cuando Se Congela el Río SOFI TUKKER - Kakee Escuchar audio
Difícil que el pobre y colonizado tenga mejor futuro que el organizador de la pachanga. Difícil que el pez chico tenga otra suerte frente al pez grande. Noticias Del Mundo: Conflictos mundiales - Las adivinanzas del Papa - Mística regia por el Bronco - México y el horario de verano - Miley Cyrus en Colombia - Nuevo disco de Placebo, de los RHCHP, canción de Mick Jagger y los Premios Grammys. Historias Desintegradas: Maquillaje y agua micelar - Mafias de cuidado de la piel - Ponte colorete - Les Négresses Vertes - Tacos en DF - Fiesta de Egresados - Lentes y conciertos - Lluvia de cartas de amor - Aerosmith y Velvet Revolver en River - Lentes de contacto - Serie de la BBC - Sol escandinavo - Alérgico al Abedul - Efectos colaterales - Minando en el Conalep y más... https://www.canaltrans.com/ecdqemsd_podcast_2022/5231_sorteo_mundial.html En Caso De Que El Mundo se Desintegre - ECDQEMSD Daily Podcast
Following two previous episodes about David Gilmour and Eric Clapton session work, respectively, here is the third in the trilogy: Jeff Beck! We will be listening to his contributions to such artists as: Jon Bon Jovi, The Pretenders, Paul Rodgers, Box Of Frogs, Jimmy Copley, Duff McKagan, Morrissey, Jools Holland, Roger Waters, Kate Bush, The Honeydrippers, Mick Jagger. On the Air on Bedford 105.1 FM Radio * 5pm Friday * * 10am Sunday * * 8pm Monday * Stream live at http://18.104.22.168:8178/stream Stream on-demand most recent episodes at https://wbnh1051.podbean.com/category/suburban-underground/ Twitter: @SUBedford1051 Facebook: SuburbanUndergroundRadio Instagram: SuburbanUnderground And available on demand on your favorite podcast app!
Fort the 9th Anniversary of The Dark Mark Show we turn back the clock to 2013 and replay the very first show. In his premiere episode Dark Mark shares some absinthe with his guests and watches the mayhem ensue. News Anchor/Activist Bree Walker gives her wildest interview ever as she reminisces about interviewing Sid Vicious and Mick Jagger as well as being a sexy "Puma". Her BFF comedian Susan McIntosh brings her New York attitude and very unusual "green" hat. Magician Michael Vile of A&E Freakshow literally pulls smoke rings out of the air and makes objects spontaneously appear
This week we travel to a future where budgets are tight and plots are thin. Join us for Freejack. To contact the show email firstname.lastname@example.org You can also support us via Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/istya
OPEN - Welcome to another episode of the Modern Moron and another very… long… intro. We all could use a little respite from Russia's violent invasion of Ukraine, not as much as the people of Ukraine could use it, but you get the idea. So why not turn to the entertainment industry? How about the Oscars? Let's watch Hollywood celebrate itself. Of course you know where I'm going with this and that is the incident where Will Smith walked on stage and slapped comedian Chris Rock after Rock made a joke about Smith's wife Jada and her shaved head. He made a G.I. Jane joke, which wasn't particularly good, it was made off the cuff, not in the rehearsed segment. After slapping Rock, Will Smith yelled twice in a very full and articulate voice to, “Keep my wife's name out your fucking mouth”. It was at that point that everyone went beyond shock and dismay that it might be a rehearsed stunt, because you shouldn't use the “F” word on live television… twice. So now we're all Monday Morning quarterbacking this whole thing. Lucky for you I have all the answers because I am an omnipotent being who is all knowing. My take on it is similar to the take Jimmy Kimmel had and the take is this: Chris Rock made the G.I. Jane joke about Jada Pinkett's shaved head. The camera cuts to the two of them and Will Smith appears to be chuckling and rolling with it. His wife, however, is not. The camera cuts back to Chris Rock and we can only ASSume, and you know I love to assume, that Will looked over at his wife and his chuckle quickly disappeared. I'm willing to bet it was a look like, “If you don't' want to sleep on the couch for an indeterminate amount of time, you better do something.” Or maybe he just saw that her feelings were hurt. In any case, the rest is history and and it was ugly on so many levels. So, on a night that should have been a celebration of his great achievement in his industry, instead he's stuck in a very, very bad situation. Chris Rock has made no statement but ticket sales to his standup performances have skyrocketed. And there's one other person we have not heard from and that is the person who was on the butt end of the Chris Rock joke and that is Jada Pinkett Smith. She has only posted a cryptic message on Instagram stating, “This is a season for healing and I'm here for it.” I'd like to say this is not a season for cryptic messages. This is not a season to keep quiet, when you had some hand in this whole occurrence. No, you're not responsible for your husband's foolish action, but you are responsible for your reaction. While you didn't like the comment, who would, it was your look of disapproval or disgust at your husband… who you've been married to for 24 years in what you have indicated was an open marriage, had to know what you were communicating to your husband in that moment. Or even put that aside, you still have an opportunity to alleviate some of the pressure on your husband by making a clear statement owning some of your reaction or… making a statement about your medical condition having alopecia and how many people have it. But you have not. I would suggest folks look to Kareem Abdul Jabar. Why in the world would I bring up his name? By the time you listen to this, his essay on this incident will have gone viral and in it he goes over the myriad of issues this incident, in those few seconds, has created. The piece is titled, “Will Smith Did a Bad, Bad Thing: Slapping Chris Rock was also a blow to men, women, the entertainment industry, and the Black community.” I'm not sure where you will end up reading it but it's source is a site called “Substack” which is similar to “Patreon”. If you're like me you have no idea what either of those are. They are both “platforms” meaning they are websites and mobile apps for people who what to make money from their blogs, podcasts, Tick-tock, Instagram, etc. I digress… Kareem's subtitle says it all: Will Smith's act was a blow to men, women, the entertainment industry and the black community. Kareem addresses each of those things and says that Jada Pinkett was and is completely capable of defending herself, especially against words, namely a joke that she didn't find funny. On that note, I would like to read you a quote from a video on Jada Pinkett's Instagram account from 2021 showing herself with a shaved head, she said, "Now at this point, I can only laugh.” So, besides being extremely ironic, it also shows how it's easy for anyone to say they have let go of something and realizing that “thing” they thought they let go of is still very raw. Plus it's one thing to make jokes about yourself and another to have them made at your expense. I would also include that, I don't know if she was ever a professional model specifically, but I think most folks would agree that Jada Pinkett is and has been very beautiful in terms of traditional beauty and features that are, on a broad scale, considered beautiful. Jesus, do you see how friggin careful I'm being right now, not to overtly show how shallow and superficial I am? Political correctness takes wayyyy to much time to make sure I haven't offended someone. And I think taking too much time making sure you haven't offended anyone, you haven't impressed anyone either. And by impressed I mean, have you provided value in terms of being either entertaining, educational or informative. How's that for being a blowhard. Enough of that, and at the same time we can't get enough of that. We love a train wreck don't we. Especially when we'er not on either one of the trains. This is part two with my friend Larry Dorf, creator, writer and producer of the Netflix hit, “The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window”. We spend the rest of our time talking about: what the promotions process was like in terms of doing interviews before the show was released. They actually had to be coached on how to handle certain questions like a politician. What it was like shooting a production on location during the Covid Pandemic. Once the cast was set, you couldn't just bring someone in on short notice because of the Covid protocols at the time. We talk about one of the executive producers for the series which was Will Farrell and there's an interesting story there. How to segue your business from hanging a shingle outside your door to actually having a company with a name and a logo. How do you do that? There's a chat about Larry's parents, and this fits right into the Modern Moron listener sweetspot demographics, we talk about senior living facilities… I'm sorry… communities. Communities. I think the main difference is cocktail hour. All this and more on the Modern Moron and thank you for listening… CLOSE - Another element in “The Woman in The House Across The Street From The Girl In The Window” besides how tiring the Title gets after saying it a few times, is what I'm going to call an homage to, let's call it the Scorsese montage. If you've seen “Goodfellas”, you know what I'm talking about. Scorsese grabs a hip, rocking piece of music, adds the narrator with some clips of what transpires. To me, the most famous is in Goodfellas when we see all the Gangsters get whacked to the fantastic guitar of Eric Clapton in “Layla” by Derek and the Dominoes, in fact it's in the second half of the song…. The Woman in the House, kills it - no pun intended- with their homage to that cinematic mechanism with the Rolling Stones “Can You Hear Me Knockin'”. Why am I so excited about this? Music is so, so powerful in evoking emotions and this song in particular has so many moments within it, so many builds and mood swings, from the iconic guitar intro with Mick Jagger in the background…To the chorus… To the incredible saxophone solo… to the cold ending. Set to images, it's fantastic and yes I'm going on and on like a nerd about this but when you watch it you'll see and feel what I mean. Great job by Rock, Paper, Scissors Productions. That's it for the Modern Moron for a while, unless you want to be on the show… I'm not going to babble about my opinions week after week just because I'm omnipotent. If I find something interesting like the concept of Bitcoin mining, yes that's a thing, and how much electricity is required to power the thousands of computers that engage in Bitcoin mining, so much so that the town of Hardin, Montana that had a coal fired power plant that was going to be closed down was purchased just to run the Bitcoin mining computers. An entire powerplant. It was going to be closed, but now it's back to running around the clock burning coal. To make money from Bitcoin. The same thing is happening in New York near Ceneca Lake. Reported 15,000 computers that could power something like 30,000 homes. For bitcoin. If I could get someone who claims to know about that, I would definitely talk to them. So until next time, thank you for listening to The Modern Moron. Will Smith Did a Bad, Bad Thing - Kareem Abdul-Jabbar - Substack https://www.washingtonpost.com/sports/2022/03/29/will-smith-richard-williams/ https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/2022/03/28/will-smith-jada-pinkett-slap-fallout/
Tawny and Lisa talk about the recent op-ed piece in The New York Times, “We Can't Work It Out: Why I Finally Broke Up with The Beatles,” by Josh Max. In the column, Josh compares his attachment to The Beatles to the attachments many of us have with the substances we abused. In fact, Tawny analogized it to her past obsession with Jim Morrison. We can lose part of our identities when we become addicted to others, but once we step back, we not only can see our “idols” as human but also better appreciate ourselves for the people we are, imperfections and all. This episode is sponsored by the amazing folks at Soberlink! soberlink.com/partners/recovery-rocksMusic Minute features Jim Morrison, Mick Jagger, and Anthony Kiedis.Read the article: https://www.nytimes.com/2022/01/24/opinion/the-beatles-music.html
Supervikar Galvan og Adelina sender vår produsent Jakob videre til Trondheim. Vi får også besøk av Tord Øverland-Knudsen som er bassist i «The Wombats», og klarer Tord å lære Galvan techno på gitar? Vi prøver. Hør episoden i appen NRK Radio
Keep the WOW Wednesday. Tell you what that means and how it CAN make your day better.Mick Jagger is coming to TV, on a streaming service. Sam's got that in Music News. 3 ways to make a red sauce taste BETTER.
This week, we're heading Down Under for a truly mad tale suggested to us by listener Georgia in Melbourne!Ned Kelly is one of Australia's most infamous criminals – and one of its greatest anti-heroes. Hazel tells Shane all about the Kelly family's path from rural Ireland to even more rural Australia in a story featuring thieving, scrapping and an incredibly poor acting performance from Mick Jagger. Plus, we introduce our new all-time favourite character: arise Ah Fuk.Want to suggest an episode topic? Drop an email to email@example.com! You can also message us your favourite trivia or anything you want to add to previous episodes!***Please take the time to rate and review us on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your pods. It means a great deal to the show and will make it easier for other potential listeners to find us. Thanks!*** See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.