Podcasts about Midnight Rider

1971 single by The Allman Brothers Band

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Latest podcast episodes about Midnight Rider

Sideline Junkies
Sunday Rise

Sideline Junkies

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2022 50:19


Juan Soto turns down 15 years $440 million and The Midnight Rider explains why. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sidelinejunkies/message

MARR Army Rock Show Interviews
MARR Army Rock Show - Band Inc

MARR Army Rock Show Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 13:12


Giuliana from Massachussets band Band Inc joins us to tell us all about their new single Midnight Rider, the history of the band and more. Find them everywhere - search BAND,Inc

Aja's & Claire Simone's Ketch A Vibe Show
Episode 92: Jazzy The G "July 22" Show On Ketch A Vibe !

Aja's & Claire Simone's Ketch A Vibe Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2022 118:30


1. Toco. - Bom Motivo. S – Tone Inc. 2022 Version.2. Lucky Sun. - Morning View.3.. Brian Auger's Oblivion Express Ft Savannah Auger. - Finally Found You Out.4.. Kuma. - Niffty Teddy.5. The Tibbs. - Ball & Chain. Instrumental.6. Jean Carne, Adrian Younge & Ali Shaheed Muhammad. - Black Rainbows.7. B.Bravo. - Midnight Rider.8. Michael Rault. - Neither Love Nor Money.9. James Alexander Bright. - Float.10. The Soultrend Orchestra Ft Alan Scafardi. - Outstanding.11. Fusion Funk Foundation. - Love & Emotion.12. Vito Lalinga Ft Nikaleo & Vi Mode Inc Project. - Betty.13. Tommy Stewart. - Bump & Hustle Music.14. Lostinwhite. - The Authority Of Love.15. The Jazzhunters. - Sunset Boulevard.16. DJ. Day. - A Place To Go.17. Natural Lateral. - Rendez Rio.18. Daniel Villarreal. - Ofelia.19. The Lo Greco Brothers. - Funquero.20. Ransel. - Islands.21. Nikitch & Kuna Maze. - Engatinhar. Instrumental.22. Belladonna. - Brazilian Beat.23. The Good Maurice. - Arapaima.24. Moodorama. - Viama. Short'n Funky Remix.25. Modaji. - Things You Do 4 Me. Kaidi Tatham Remix.26. Soul Quality Quartet. - Aphotic Marauder.

Arcanum Obscura
Eugene Butler and The Jamison Family

Arcanum Obscura

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 73:18


We have two stories today, they both are unsolved murders in a way. In the first, Eugene Butler, sometimes called The Midnight Rider, left behind a series of victims who have yet to be identified. The second story is about the murder of the Jamison family, who disappeared under strange circumstances. Their remains were found and left many questions, how, and why were they killed, and who killed them. Then after the stories, we test Nate's knowledge of murder terminology. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/arcanumobscura/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/arcanumobscura/support

Ramble by the River
Blame it on the Rain with Geoff Hylton

Ramble by the River

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 34:06 Transcription Available


Bonus sneak peek of Ramble on the Road, the premium companion podcast to Ramble by the River. Available on Patreon.com. Subscribe by clicking the link at the top of the page--> Ramblebytheriver.com. If you are having thoughts of suicide, there is someone who can help. Call the https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org (National Suicide Prevention Lifeline) 800-273-8255. Keywords: Pets; dog cancer; Dylan's Cottage Bakery; baked goods; fasting; body awareness; calorie deficit; endocrine system; hormones; body types; body building; joint health; Kai Green; body-shaming; objectification; chem trails; conspiracies; climate change; forest fires; Department of Defense; military strategy; Agent orange; Vietnam; Yellowstone National Park; Palm Springs; Joshua Tree National Park; Kevin Kostner; Yellowstone flooding; solar power; National Parks; Seasonal Depression; Seasonal Affect Disorder; Alaska fisheries; weed control; ecology; death; mortality; bonsai trees; Japanese garden; meditation; stress-relief; cortisol; sauna; quantum physics; quantum mechanics; consciousness; aliens; alien civilizations; Lex Friedman Podcast; existential threats; Spotify; Tik-Tok; algorithms; Werewolves of London; China Road; Hong Kong; Doobie Brothers; Sweet Melissa; Midnight Rider; Ramblin Man; Waco Tron; acceptance; free will; suicide; suicidal ideation; drug addiction; mortality; self-sabotage; self-love, self-care; self-abuse; grave digging; funeral home; drugs; drug abuse; working out; hip pain; reverse hyper. Ramble by the River Links: ·      Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ramblebytheriver (Patreon.com/ramblebytheriver) ·      Website: http://ramblebytheriver.com/ (Ramblebytheriver.com) ·      Business: ramblebytheriver@gmail.com ·      Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jeff.nesbitt.9619/ (https://www.facebook.com/jeff.nesbitt.9619/) ·      Instagram: https://instagram.com/ramblebytheriver (https://instagram.com/ramblebytheriver) ·      Twitter: https://twitter.com/rambleriverpod (https://twitter.com/rambleriverpod) ·      Podcast host: Ramblebytheriver.captivate.fm

Sideline Junkies
Sunday Rise

Sideline Junkies

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2022 49:09


The Midnight Rider interviews the Big Guy KG --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sidelinejunkies/message

The Brutally Delicious Podcast
A Casual Conversation with Giuliana Lucia Amaral of Band, Inc. Season 4 Ep.#51

The Brutally Delicious Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 13:19


Giuliana Lucia Amaral on being shy in class, the impact of Ronnie James Dio, and the band's new release, "Midnight Rider." --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/brutally-delicious/message

Dirty Dozen Podcast
The Allman Brothers Band - Episode 76

Dirty Dozen Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 98:15


The Allman Brothers Band - Episode 76 Their Top 12 Songs Ranked  Things get really heated as the boys discuss their favorite songs by the Allman Brothers!!! A Very Emotional conclusion to the episode.  You need to listen to this one all the way to the end.      Find out: Why the Allmans broke up - one reason has it has to do with drugs and a court case. What song did Jimi Hendrix teach Duane Allman in a dream. Why you can't play along with  the Ramblin' Man track unless you know this trick… In our studio: The Midnight Rider and his sidekick Pony Boy join the cast.  Rob is a three year old, Jason wins a cookie, and Jake predicts a fight Life throws the cast a curveball…   GET INVOLVED WITH OUR COMMUNITY!  On our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/DirtyDozenPodcast   LISTEN TO THIS EPISODES MUSIC PLAYLIST Spotify - Current Playlist , The Allman Brothers   Other Episodes with Jason   Pink Floyd, The Doors, Scorpions, Garth Brooks, 1992, 1984   Selected Episodes with Jake   ZZ Top, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Johnny Cash, Silverchair,  Black Sabbath, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Faith No More   Book: One Way Out by Alan Paul   We are drinking Southern Comfort   You can also listen to us on  —>   Apple Podcasts  |  Stitcher  |  ListenNotes  | XML Feed | and many many more

Ajax Diner Book Club
Ajax Diner Book Club Episode 207

Ajax Diner Book Club

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 179:13


Aretha Franklin "Don't Play That Song"Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee (with Lightin' Hopkins) "Everybody's Blues"Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee "Trouble In Mind"Cat Power "Do the Romp"Paul Westerberg "Knockin on Mine"Justin Townes Earle "Far From Me"Nina Simone "Revolution (Pts. 1 and 2)"Cory Branan "You Make Me"The Handsome Family "The Bottomless Hole"Songs: Ohia "Farewell Transmission"Bob Dylan "Meet Me In the Morning"Bob Dylan "Gotta Serve Somebody"George Jones & Ernest Tubb "Half a Mind"Woody Guthrie "Going Down the Road"Etta James "Almost Persuaded"Margo Price "Twinkle Twinkle"Millie Jackson "If Loving You Is Wrong I Don't Want to Be Right"Arthur Conley "Shake, Rattle & Roll"Wilson Pickett "Mini-Skirt Minnie"Gladys Knight & The Pips "Midnight Train to Georgia"Bonnie Raitt "I Thank You"Ted Hawkins "There Stands The Glass"Vic Chesnutt "Guilty By Association"Candi Staton "I'm Just a Prisoner (Of Your Good Lovin')"Solomon Burke "Proud Mary"Patterson Hood "Heat Lighting Rumbles In the Distance"Centro-matic "Iso-Residue"Counting Crows "Omaha"Pedro The Lion "First Drum Set"Mos Def "Close Edge"M. Ward "Never Had Nobody Like You"Bettye Swann "Stand By Your Man"Craig Finn "This is What It Looks Like"Widespread Panic "Contentment Blues"Buddy Guy "She's Got The Devil In Her"Waylon Jennings "Midnight Rider"Mildred Anderson "Cool Kind of Poppa (Good Kind Daddy)"Lucinda Williams "It's Nobody's Fault But Mine"Grateful Dead "Cold Rain and Snow"Little Milton "That's What Love Will Make You Do"Steve Earle "Feel Alright"Naomi Shelton & the Gospel Queens "What Have You Done?"Jason Isbell "Hurricanes and Hand Grenades"David Ramirez "That Ain't Love"

Rock N Roll Pantheon
The Hook Rocks New Music Spotlight: Interview with Giuliana Amaral From Band Inc.

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 38:11


From Boston, Massachusetts Giuliana Amaral began her rock 'n' roll journey while in Catholic School. As other kids were listening to the latest flavor of the day pop music sensation she was educating herself on rock music with the likes of Led Zeppelin & Queen. Now her own music is emerging and she visits The Hook Rocks to talk her debut single "Midnight Rider" and more. Please enjoy the episode!Part of The Pantheon Podcast Networkhttp://pantheonpodcasts.comhttps://twitter.com/pantheonpodshttps://www.facebook.com/PantheonPodcastsBand Inchttps://www.bandincrocks.comhttps://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100063592830411https://www.instagram.com/band_inc/https://twitter.com/TheHookRockshttps://www.facebook.com/TheHookRockshttps://www.instagram.com/thehookrocks/

Rock N Roll Pantheon
The Hook Rocks New Music Spotlight: Interview with Giuliana Amaral From Band Inc.

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 39:41


From Boston, Massachusetts Giuliana Amaral began her rock 'n' roll journey while in Catholic School. As other kids were listening to the latest flavor of the day pop music sensation she was educating herself on rock music with the likes of Led Zeppelin & Queen. Now her own music is emerging and she visits The Hook Rocks to talk her debut single "Midnight Rider" and more. Please enjoy the episode! Part of The Pantheon Podcast Network http://pantheonpodcasts.com https://twitter.com/pantheonpods https://www.facebook.com/PantheonPodcasts Band Inc https://www.bandincrocks.com https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100063592830411 https://www.instagram.com/band_inc/ https://twitter.com/TheHookRocks https://www.facebook.com/TheHookRocks https://www.instagram.com/thehookrocks/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Hook Rocks!
New Music Spotlight: Interview with Giuliana Amaral From Band Inc.

The Hook Rocks!

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 38:11


From Boston, Massachusetts Giuliana Amaral began her rock 'n' roll journey while in Catholic School. As other kids were listening to the latest flavor of the day pop music sensation she was educating herself on rock music with the likes of Led Zeppelin & Queen. Now her own music is emerging and she visits The Hook Rocks to talk her debut single "Midnight Rider" and more. Please enjoy the episode!Part of The Pantheon Podcast Networkhttp://pantheonpodcasts.comhttps://twitter.com/pantheonpodshttps://www.facebook.com/PantheonPodcastsBand Inchttps://www.bandincrocks.comhttps://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100063592830411https://www.instagram.com/band_inc/https://twitter.com/TheHookRockshttps://www.facebook.com/TheHookRockshttps://www.instagram.com/thehookrocks/

The Hook Rocks!
New Music Spotlight: Interview with Giuliana Amaral From Band Inc.

The Hook Rocks!

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 41:11


From Boston, Massachusetts Giuliana Amaral began her rock 'n' roll journey while in Catholic School. As other kids were listening to the latest flavor of the day pop music sensation she was educating herself on rock music with the likes of Led Zeppelin & Queen. Now her own music is emerging and she visits The Hook Rocks to talk her debut single "Midnight Rider" and more. Please enjoy the episode! Part of The Pantheon Podcast Network http://pantheonpodcasts.com https://twitter.com/pantheonpods https://www.facebook.com/PantheonPodcasts Band Inc https://www.bandincrocks.com https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100063592830411 https://www.instagram.com/band_inc/ https://twitter.com/TheHookRocks https://www.facebook.com/TheHookRocks https://www.instagram.com/thehookrocks/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sideline Junkies
Thursday Night Throwdown

Sideline Junkies

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 29:09


The Midnight Rider breaks down The Washington Commanders 2022 schedule! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sidelinejunkies/message

Total Nonstop Impact | IMPACT Wrestling Podcast
NWA - TNA PPV #110 (and IMPACT #13) REVIEW | TNI

Total Nonstop Impact | IMPACT Wrestling Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 111:02


The Countdown is almost over! This the second to last TNA Throwback from the Asylum, and the TNI Crew are here with Episode 110 & Impact #13! IMPACT! - August 27, 2004. Chris Harris takes on Christopher Daniels in a Sudden Death Match, and a suspended Dusty Rhodes makes his way into the iMPACT! Zone. RESULTS: Dark match: 3 Live Kru (BG James, Konnan & Ron Killings) defeated Dallas, Kid Kash & Michael Shane Dark match: AJ Styles defeated Alex Shelley Chris Harris vs. Christopher Daniels ended in a Time Limit Draw (10:00) Chris Sabin, Sonjay Dutt & The Amazing Red defeated Cassidy O'Reilly, Eddie Villa & John McChesney (5:36) Team Canada (Bobby Roode, Eric Young, Johnny Devine & Petey Williams) (w/ Scott D'Amore) defeated Bruce Steele, Jerrelle Clark, Mikey Batts & Rod Steele (1:42) Abyss (w/ Alex Shelley & Goldylocks) defeated Sonny Siaki (2:37) Jeff Jarrett defeated Frankie Capone (0:48) Jeff Hardy defeated Kazarian (w/ Michael Shane & Traci) (3:05) NWA-TNA PPV #110 September 1, 2004 With the final Wednesday night pay-per-view looming, the Naturals defend the Tag Team Championships against Triple X and America's Most Wanted, and Kid Kash & Dallas face AJ Styles & Ron Killings in a Street Fight. RESULTS: NWA World Tag Team Title Three Way Match: The Naturals (Andy Douglas & Chase Stevens) (c) defeat America's Most Wanted (Chris Harris & James Storm) and Triple X (Christopher Daniels & Primetime) (12:14) Tag Team Match: Kazarian & Michael Shane (w/ Traci) defeat Chris Sabin & The Amazing Red (8:05) TNAW X-Division Title Match: Petey Williams (w/ Scott D'Amore) (c) defeats Sonjay Dutt (8:00) Six Man Tag Team Match: 3 Live Kru (BG James & Konnan) & The Midnight Rider defeat Team Canada (Bobby Roode, Eric Young & Johnny Devine) (6:04) Tag Team Match: Erik Watts & Sonny Siaki (w/ Desire) defeat Abyss & Alex Shelley (w/ Goldylocks) (5:56) Tag Team Street Fight: AJ Styles & Ron Killings defeat Dallas & Kid Kash (14:45) CONNECT WITH TOTAL NONSTOP IMPACT: Social Media: Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/WETALKIMPACT Twitch - https://www.twitch.tv/TotalNonstopIMPACT Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/WETALKIMPACT Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/WETALKIMPACT Trent's Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/trentzuberi Jaybone's Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/jaybone5150 Kyle's Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/kl_tni Alicia's Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/aliciabcakey William's Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/williammgardner Marq's Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/markqworldorder Connect with us now on our Discord: https://discord.com/invite/WrrUyJF Streaming Audio: Apple iTunes - https://apple.co/2NpzbqF Stitcher Radio - https://bit.ly/2DjPznT Google Play - https://tinyurl.com/ybh29sfp TuneIn Radio - https://bit.ly/2NreA57 iHeart Radio: https://ihr.fm/laugeb Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2B1zBeL Soundcloud - https://soundcloud.com/user-625858195 Pandora - https://pandora.app.link/07JHdVjfc9 Official Merchandise: Pro Wrestling Tees: http://www.prowrestlingtees.com/totalnonstopimpact Spreadshop Merchandise: Featuring Caps, Mugs, Bags & MORE! https://total-nonstop-impact.myspreadshop.com Music: Listen to Avalon Averted (The Fixer Remix) by HEMI - The official theme song of IMPACT Wrestling Bound for Glory 2019 available on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, and More! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X7E_8hCPHD4 Listen to Decay by HEMI - The official theme song of IMPACT Wrestling Rebellion 2019 https://youtu.be/D1hRy6CVoSs #IMPACTonAXSTV #IMPACTWRESTLING #TNA

Sideline Junkies
Friday Freestyle

Sideline Junkies

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 6:34


The Midnight Rider comes thru with a a NFL Draft Recap! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sidelinejunkies/message

Sideline Junkies
Wednesday Wind-up

Sideline Junkies

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 11:43


The Midnight Rider comes through with his draft preview for #1 overall and Washington's #11 picks respectively --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sidelinejunkies/message

ARN
Episode 139: Welcome To The Horsemen (April 1988)

ARN

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2022 79:39 Very Popular


On this episode of ARN, Arn and Paul continue their journey through the early parts of JCP 1988, as we revisit April '88! Topics include feuding with Barry Windham and Lex Luger, regaining the Tag Team Championship, Midnight Rider, Barry turning on Lex and joining the Horsemen, and much more! SHEETZ - Energy drink or Milkshake? Imagine getting your favorite energy-bursting G fuel flavors whipped, iced, and milkshak-ified! Go to www.SHEETZ.com and grab a Focus Freak Milkshake for 3.99 or less! Use offer code ENERGIZE to save $1 when you order on the SHEETZ app!  CHILISLEEP - ChiliSleep makes customizable, climate-controlled sleep solutions that help you improve your entire wellbeing. Head over to chilisleep.com/ARN to learn more and check out a special offer for a limited time!  SAVE WITH CONRAD - If you have credit card debt or in a 30 year loan? Well, we can help you get out of that pinch and save money at the same time! Head over to SaveWithConrad.com for a quick quote.  ROCK AUTO - Rock Auto is a family business, serving auto parts customers online for 20 years. Go to RockAuto.com to shop for auto and body parts from hundreds of manufacturers. Type ARN in their “How did you hear about us?” box so they know we sent you.  GEICO - Do you own or rent your home? Sure you do! And it's hard work. But you know what's easy? Bundling with GEICO. Go to GEICO.com, get a quote, and see how much YOU could save. It's GEICO-easy!  CODEACADEMY - Get 15% off your Codecademy Pro membership when you go to Codecademy.com and use promo code ARN. BLUECHEW - Bluechew gives you confidence in bed every time. Visit BlueChew.com and get your first order free when use promo code ARN. Just pay $5 shipping! GOLIATH LIFE - GoliathLife.com streamlines the life insurance purchase process by allowing you to get quotes from more than twenty carriers all at the same time and at the same place: GoliathLife.com.

The Ludkast
Episode 170 - Midnight Rider To Altamaha

The Ludkast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 12, 2022 83:37


Briefly Legal
McGirt Uncertainty Extends to Federal Environmental Regulations in Indian Country

Briefly Legal

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2022 22:05


In July 2020, the U.S. Supreme Court decided McGirt v. Oklahoma, in which it held the Muscogee (Creek) Nation was never disestablished by Congress and therefore remains “Indian country” under federal law for purposes of criminal jurisdiction. At the time, Chief Justice Roberts wrote in his dissent that the decision had the potential to create “significant uncertainty” regarding environmental regulation in Oklahoma. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) entered the fray last month when it issued a notice and request for comment concerning the reconsideration of its October 2020 confirmation of Oklahoma's EPA-approved environmental regulatory programs. Energy, Environment & Natural Resources Practice Group member Tim Sowecke discusses the history of federal environmental regulations between states and tribes, including the “Midnight Rider” provision that was inserted into a 2005 transportation bill, and provides clarity on what stakeholders and the business community can expect when trying to alleviate the uncertainty surrounding McGirt and its impact on Oklahoma's environmental regulations.About Tim Sowecke

The Interesting Podcast (with Brian Ballance)

This episode is with tv writer, short story author and one of my favorite novelists, Jordan! We talk about him being from the Ozarks, how Midnight Rider came to be, trying to balance art and commerce, how the pandemic may have changed the entertainment industry, his take on writer's block, the importance of cultivating the artist, getting inspiration from multiple places, his writing process across different mediums and SO MUCH MORE! Follow Jordan! Twitter: @jordan_harper Check out his newsletter, Welcome To The Hammer Party: https://jordanharper.substack.com/ Buy Jordan's books! amazon.com/Jordan-Harper/e/B009BXPJEY?ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_2&qid=1642707192&sr=8-2 Follow Brian! Twitter/Instagram: @JediBrian www.brianballance.com Follow The Interesting Podcast! Twitter: @PodOfInterest

Cemetery Row
Film Set Deaths

Cemetery Row

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 80:43


This week the ladies cover deaths that occurred on film sets. Hannah covers the “Twilight Zone” movie tragedy, Lori discusses “The Crow” and Brandon Lee, and Sheena covers the “Midnight Rider” film and Sarah Jones.

The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Podcast - Music For People Who Are Serious About Music

NEW FOR DECEMBER 1, 2021 Binary beats and lots of rock and roll . . . Onesy Twosy - The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Vol. 423 1. Accidents Will Happen (live) - Elvis Costello 2. My Brave Face (live) - Paul McCartney 3. Love Me Do / Please Please Me / Let It Be (rehearsal) - The Beatles 4. Morning Has Broken (early) - Cat Stevens 5. Midnight Rider (live unplugged) - Gregg Allman, Warren Haynes and Allen Woody 6. I Asked For Water (She Gave Me Gasoline) - Gov't Mule 7. Little Wing (live) - Tedeschi Trucks Band 8. Somebody Was Watching Over Me - Robert Plant and Alison Krauss 8. Red House (live) - Jimi Hendrix 9. Everyday People / Let My Love Open The Door / Better Man (live) - Pearl Jam 10. Jungleland (live) - Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band 11. Southern Man (live unplugged) - Neil Young 12. Carry On (alt) - Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young 13. Pigs (Three Different Ones) - Patrick Moraz, Billy Cobham, Al DiMeola et al 14. Discipline (live) - King Crimson 15. Bohemian Rhapsody / Killer Queen / March Of The Black Queen (live) - Queen 16. (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay - Sting 17. Voices Inside My Head / When The World Is Running Down (live) - The Police 18. Higher and Higher (live) - The Pretenders 19. O' Little Town of Bethlehem - Keith Emerson The Best Radio You Have Never Heard. Cashing in but never cashing out. Accept No Substitute. Click to join the conversation on the Facebook page.

CLAVE DE ROCK
CLAVE DE ROCK T03C017 Hacemos rock and rolling y all night long, como debe ser. (13/11/2021)

CLAVE DE ROCK

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 60:02


En Clave de Rock no tenemos problemas con el invierno porque todo lo que seleccionamos nos hace rock and rolling y all night long, como debe ser. Y así, damos la entrada con una dura versión del clásico Midnight Rider de los Allman Brothers a cargo de los Georgia Thunderbolts, sureña también la fantástica canción del nuevo disco de vuelta de los Doobie Brothers o la colocada de Ray Scott con su gran disco Cover The Earth. Con los The Record Company vamos girando hacia el soulblues que complementan Jason Boland & The Stragglers o los Shinyribs tejanos con su funk a la Brown o los prodigiosos Souhtern Avenue memphinianos. Con Guy Davis y Keb Mo vamos claramente al blues para seguir con el recuerdo a Neal Casal en su disco de homenaje con Jaime Wyatt o Marcus King (con el productor y guitarrista Eric Krasno). Y ponemos el punto final con dos soules del disco Georgia Blue de Jason Isbell y su banda, la primera una versión bien cantada por Jason del clásico de Otis Redding y la otra, a cargo de la cantante country Brittney Spencer, del no menos famoso hit de James Brown. Si escuchas el podcast, tienes bonus soul con Diane Durret y los Soul Suga'.The Georgia Thunderbolts, Midnight RiderThe Doobie Brothers, Don't Ya Mess With MeRay Scott, StonedThe Record Company, Never Leave YouJason Boland & The Stragglers, The Light Saw MeShinyribs, Party While You Still CanSouthern Avenue, Move Into The LightGuy Davis, I Got A Job In The CityKeb' Mo' w Darius Rucker, Good Strong WomanJaime Wyatt, Need ShelterMarcus King, Eric Krasno, No One Above YouJason Isbell and the 400 Unit, I've Been Loving You Too LongJason Isbell and the 400 Unit, It's a Man's, Man's, Man's WorldDiane Durrett & Soul Suga, Put A Lid On It

The Great Trials Podcast
GTP CLASSIC | Jeff Harris and Rebecca Franklin Harris | Jones v. CSX | $11.2 million verdict

The Great Trials Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 86:46


This week, in light of the tragedy that recently occurred during filming of the movie Rust, we're replaying a classic episode where your hosts Steve Lowry and Yvonne Godfrey interview Jeff Harris of Harris, Lowry, and Manton (www.hlmlawfirm.com) and Rebecca Franklin Harris of Franklin Law (franklinlawllc.com).   Remember to rate and review GTP in iTunes: Click Here To Rate and Review   New! Watch GTP on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKdeO4IodggpSLyhWVdcWKw     Episode Details: Two-time Georgia Super Lawyers Top 100 honoree Jeff Harris of Harris Lowry Manton LLP and award-winning trial lawyer Rebecca Franklin Harris discuss the landmark wrongful death case that occurred on the set of the Gregg Allman biopic “Midnight Rider.” Unbeknownst to camera assistant Sarah Jones and the rest of the crew, they were filming on active railroad tracks owned by CSX Transportation. Sarah was struck and killed by a train and quickly became the face of Hollywood's film safety movement. Thanks to a strong case presented by Jeff Harris and Rebecca Franklin Harris, a Chatham County, Georgia jury returned an $11.2 million verdict. Visit - https://www.safetyforsarah.com/   Click Here to Read/Download the Complete Trial Documents     Guest Bios: Rebecca Franklin Harris: As founder of Franklin Law, LLC, Rebecca Franklin Harris works with clients both locally in Savannah and across the country in cases involving consumer rights and product safety. In addition to dangerous consumer products, her practice includes cases arising out of trucking accidents, medical malpractice, aviation disasters and premises liability incidents. Rebecca has been repeatedly recognized for her legal achievements, being inducted into the “Verdicts Hall of Fame” and named as part of “Georgia's Top 40 Under 40” by Georgia's leading legal publication, The Fulton County Daily Report. She was a recipient of the “Courageous Pursuit of Justice Award” given by The Georgia Trial Lawyers Association and has consistently been recognized as part of the “Rising Stars” selection in the annual Georgia Super Lawyers publication. She has also been selected Top 100 Trial Lawyers by the National Trial Lawyers Association. Read Full Bio Here   Jeff Harris: One of the nation's top trial attorneys, Jeff Harris is an award-winning litigator who handles high-profile, complex cases across a wide variety of practice areas. He excels at securing justice for clients who have been seriously injured or killed, holding responsible parties accountable for their actions as well as their negligence. Over the course of his career, Jeff has secured hundreds of millions in jury verdicts and settlements for his clients and has helped make a variety of products, vehicles and industries safer for everyone. His cases have been featured in The New York Times, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, USA Today, 20/20, CBS Evening News and many other national media outlets. Read Full Bio Here   Show Sponsors: Legal Technology Services - LegalTechService.com Digital Law Marketing - DigitalLawMarketing.com Harris Lowry Manton LLP - hlmlawfirm.com   Free Resources: Stages Of A Jury Trial - Part 1 Stages Of A Jury Trial - Part 2

Small Town Murder
#248 - The Alabama Zodiac - Jacksonville, Alabama

Small Town Murder

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 162:56


This week, in Jacksonville, Alabama, it's no longer safe for teens to get it on, at make out spots, because there is apparently a Zodiac style killer, on the loose, when multiple incidents of attacks take place. Investigators wonder whether they have a sophisticated serial killer, like the one on the west coast, but they could never have predicted what they end up finding. It all turns messy, from there, as cross country homicide interrogations, and trusting a murderer to make his way back to where he's a wanted man, at his own expense, and one of the biggest coincidences in the history of crime!! Along the way, we find out that a lot of these small town festivals have similar themes, that you can't trust murderers to self report, and that you can't unring a confession! Hosted by James Pietragallo & Jimmie Whisman New episodes every Thursday! Donate at: patreon.com/crimeinsports or go to paypal.com & use our email: crimeinsports@gmail.com Go to shutupandgivememurder.com for all things Small Town Murder & Crime In Sports! Follow us on...twitter.com/@murdersmallfacebook.com/smalltownpodinstagram.com/smalltownmurder Also, check out James & Jimmie's other show, Crime In Sports! On iTunes, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts

CLAVE DE ROCK
CLAVE DE ROCK T03C014 Rock del sur americano (31/10/2021)

CLAVE DE ROCK

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2021 57:32


Hoy abrimos con el veteranísimo Carlos Santana que regresa con un álbum, Blessings and Miracles, del que destacamos su collaboración reggae con Chris Stapleton. Después damos paso a los rockeros Ghost Hounds con su rockandrol sureño, parecido a lo de los Reckless Kelly, pero menos duros que los Bishop Gunn de Natchez (Mississippi) que piden que mantengas la aguja del vúmetro en el rojo. A punto de explotar. Los Vegabonds son también duros rockers pero melódicos como los californianos The Wreck con Robert Jon siempre en perpetuo movimiento. Dos nuevas canciones del disco Georgia Blue (Go Democrats, Go Georgia), la primera del primer grupo de Sadler Vaden (guitarrista de la banda) y la segunda un glorioso éxito de los Black Crowes dan para un pequeño descanso con Dion, y la realeza del rock de New Jersey, que menciona a BB King and Stevie Ray en su nuevo single, Angel In The Alleyways. Y nos vamos con una de las nuevas del disco de los Georgia Thunderbolts antes de dejarte un bonus brutal, original de la Allman Brothers Band.Carlos Santana with Chris Stapleton, Joy.Ghost Hounds, Little CalamityGhost Hounds, FireflyReckless Kelly, Broken HeartBishop Gunn, On My WayBishop Gunn, Keep It In The RedThe Vegabonds, Ain't Giving UpRobert Jon and the Wreck, Movin'Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Honeysuckle BlueJason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Sometimes SalvationDion, w Patti Scialfa and Bruce Springsteen, Angel In The AlleywaysThe Georgia Thunderbolts, So You Wanna Change The WorldBad Touch, Midnight Rider

Art Ink
26 – The Midnight Rider - A Short Story Paired Ania Archer's Art

Art Ink

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 41:23


Ania is an awe-inspiring designer whose Instagram feed is filled with drawings and photographs of gorgeous flowers and animals. She's the illustrator of the children's book Calvin the Claustrophobic Caterpillar and she's also the creator of @sunshine_inspired_fauna, which brings awareness to endangered animals and the non-profits that help them with beautiful works of art by a variety of uber talented artists. So naturally…     [If your podcast app isn't showing the featured art for this episode above visit https://rebekahnemethy.com/artink26 to check it out.   Castbox and Podcast Addict are both apps I recommend that do show episode specific art.]     Links from the Show at a Glance:   Artist: Ania Archer Ania's Instagram: @ania_archer The children's book Ania illustrated: Calvin the Claustrophobic Caterpillar Sunshine Inspired Fauna on Instagram: @sunshine_inspired_fauna   Art Ink Submission Guidelines: rebekahnemethy.com/artinksubs     Art Ink Podcast Transcript:   [Intro:]/[Art Description:]   The way today's cover art found it's way to me is similar to how its artist found me. Ania Archer is without a doubt my soul sister, we have so much in common it's kinda scary. She's an adventurous, animal-loving creative who's always amazing me with the talent that shines through in whatever project she puts her heart into. But if I hadn't stepped out of my comfort zone a few years ago, I never would have met Ania. And I might be wrong, but I'd venture to guess she had to step out of her own comfort zone back then too.   I was creating a podcast about animal rescue at that time and one of my guests offered to reciprocate the interview and put me on her show too. At first I was like, uhhh, no... that sounds way too scary. The host of the show was such a well-spoken, intelligent vegan activist, and I was like groupie watching from afar.   Needless to say I didn't feel I was in her league, and I was sure she was just being kind. And honestly, even though I ended up taking advantage of that kindness and going on her show, I'm sure my insecurities are all very clear in that episode.   But guess what?   Ania ended up hearing that podcast! And she really connected with my story about wanting to escape the work force and pursue a life of passion. She started listening to my podcast and eventually she reached out to me to let me know all about it.   We connected on Instagram and before I even read her message her name so looked familiar to me. I soon discovered that not only did we both subscribe to the same podcast she found me on, but we also followed one of my other superheroes at the time, maybe even liking and commenting on the same posts. And these two women are completely unrelated. One is not even on social media at all.   This synchronicity clearly told me Ania was a person I could relate to, and so I was able to trust that meeting her in person was a step outside my comfort zone that might be worth taking.   And I was so right.   Fast forward a few years later and I'm trying very hard to make an effort to keep this podcast going. So I decide to dig into my old short story archive to give me some breathing room.   The first short story I ever wrote would be perfect for Halloween, but what art could I use?   Ania is an awe-inspiring designer whose Instagram feed is filled with drawings and photographs of gorgeous flowers and animals. She's the illustrator of the children's book Calvin the Claustrophobic Caterpillar and she's also the creator of @sunshine_inspired_fauna, which brings awareness to endangered animals and the non-profits that help them with beautiful works of art by a variety of uber talented artists. So naturally she's the first person I think of that might already have horse art in her archive. But I'd already scrolled through her feed and didn't see anything.   I ask on Instagram if any artists have horse art they want to share. I get crickets. So I decide maybe it's just not meant to be right now.   It later comes up in conversation, however, and she tells me she might have some horse photos I could use.   I feel resistant asking, because I know how I feel when I sign up for extra projects that I didn't plan for, but she insists that she could use the motivation.   Ok, here's where the magick bit lies. I've been having a lot of resistance to changing my art-inspired episodes to an art-pairing model. I've told myself that I created this to empower artists and I should be putting them first. So that I was asking for art for my pre-existing story felt wrong with this narrative running through my head.   So I decide, in order to make myself feel better, that I will see what photos Ania pulls up and I will adapt the story by making the horse look like the photo. Why not, right?   I feel much better after that decision and I go on with my life for a few days.   Later on, Ania gets in touch with me to give me a teaser and she sends a screenshot of all these beautiful horses she's photographed. And right smack in the middle is the gray dappled horse I'd written about when I was 14 years old.   All this time, I had this idea in my head that the perfectly paired art can only be perfect if the story was written with its influence in mind first and foremost. But really that was just a huge block in my trusting the universe in its ability to give me exactly what I need when I let go of how it's supposed to happen.   Not to take away credit from you Ania! Because I know that you're the one who did all the physical 3D work for me on the universe's behalf! And I sincerely thank you for that!   Friends, please be sure to check out the cover art when you can, to see the handsome horse who stars in today's story, and take a look at what Ania's working on right now @ania_archer on Instagram. Link in the shownotes.   And now, I want to share with you the first short story I ever wrote.   [Story:]   The Midnight Rider     “Hello?” Joshua Milton left a trail of puddles as he ran to the phone with only a towel wrapped around his waist.          “I have great news!” Jack Milton said.          “What's that?” Josh asked without interest. He had rushed to the phone expecting to hear a female voice. Lisa was supposed to call him today.          “I bought a house!” Jack said, “we can move in next week!”          “Whoa, Dad, slow down,” His father had spent the weekend in the country to take a look at some property, but Josh assumed he was only looking. “You bought a house?”          “Yup,” Jack said, “it has four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and it's sitting on twenty-five acres of property. Everything's in fine condition, and it's only about two hours from the city.”          “But how are we going to afford a place like that?” asked Josh, still a bit stunned. They were moving into an actual house? Quite a change from the usual cramped apartments he and his father had been used to.          “Oh, don't you worry about it,” Jack said, “I got a great deal on the place and the taxes out here are nothing compared to the city's.” “Well that's great dad,” urban life was tiring, “when are we leaving?”          “Wait a minute,” Josh heard his father laugh, “you haven't even heard the best part yet; Mr. Turner, the original owner of the house, gave us his horse.”          “Why would he do that?”          “Oh, I dunno, I guess he's just too old to take care of it, but I thought you might like him.” Josh's father replied, “you loved working at the stables when you lived with your mother!”          “Yeah, I had a great time,” Josh said, he remembered all the dirty work he did in exchange for riding lessons, “but you don't know anything about this horse. Are you sure he's sound?”          “Oh, I'm sure he'll be just fine, and he sure is a beauty. He's a dapple-gray thoroughbred. I bet you can't wait to see him, huh?”          “Yeah, dad, it all seems great,” Josh lied. Even though he was becoming increasingly excited about moving, something seemed too good to be true about this horse.          “Well, I'll be home in a few hours and we can start packing first thing in the morning.”          “Okay, see ya later dad.”          “Bye.”              A week later, after the endless packing, planning, and the heartbreaking ‘goodbye's' and ‘I'll write you's,' Josh and his father were finally on their way to their new home. As they were nearing their destination the surroundings began to change from rows of buildings, stores, and bumper to bumper traffic to trees, fields, and long, straight roads stretching on forever without a car in sight. The sun was just beginning to set and the orangey-pink clouds seemed to stretch on forever in all directions of the vast sky.          “Here we are,” Jack said as he turned the moving truck into the long, unpaved driveway. The house was big; probably too big for just two people. It was a slightly off-white color with charcoal gray shutters. Behind the house was a small white barn adjacent to a rectangular riding ring. Most of the property's twenty-five acres were fenced in, green pastures with hardly any trees aside from the few that surrounded the house.          “So where's this horse?” Josh asked, as he spun around, glancing at each pasture.          “He's in his stall over there,” Jack pointed to the barn, “you wanna see him?”          “Sure,” Josh was already walking toward the barn. Jack followed his son and looked on as Josh slid the door open. There were six stalls, three on each side and a tack room at the far end of the building.          As soon as the horse heard the door open he threw his head up, startled, with his blue eyes wide open. As the boy approached the horse, he stuck his nose between the bars of the stall, sniffing Josh's hand. “Wow dad, you were right,” Josh said, “he is beautiful.”          “You like him?” Jack sounded pleased.          “He's great dad, thanks! I think I'll name him Smoke.”          “Sounds good to me, now I'm going to get started unpacking. Why don't you put Smoke out for the night and then come help me?”          “Okay,” Josh said. He spotted a halter hanging on a hook beneath a brass plate with the name “Mystic” engraved into it. Josh grabbed the halter and cautiously opened the stall door, not knowing exactly what to expect.          “Easy boy,” Josh whispered. To his surprise, he had no reason to be nervous. Smoke walked up to Josh, smelt the halter, and placed his nose right into it himself. All Josh had to do was buckle it in place and lead the horse to the pasture.          “It's too late now Smoke,” Josh said as he opened the metal gate, “but maybe tomorrow we could go for a ride, huh boy?” Josh took off his halter and watched as the horse put his head down to graze.          “See ya tomorrow, Smoke.”              Later that night Josh awoke to a horse's whinny. At first the sound had made its way into Josh's dreams: he saw images of horses, an entire herd of them, galloping across a stream. He opened his eyes with a start, realizing the crying horse was real.          Josh tripped over empty boxes on his way to the open window. Peeking outside, squinting, he tried to distinguish one shadow from another while his eyes were adjusting to the bright moonlight. Another whinny sounded and Josh caught sight of Smoke pacing in front of the gate, haphazardly snorting and rearing like he was trying to run up an invisible wall to the sky.          Josh was contemplating whether or not he should go take a closer look, when a cold breeze swept through the window and he took cover against the wall. When he looked outside once more the horse was calm again. If Josh hadn't seen him prancing around only moments before he wouldn't have suspected a bit of excitement.          Smoke stood with his head over the fence and his ears directed forward. He seemed to be focusing on something in front of him, but what? There was nothing but an empty field ahead. Deciding to investigate, he grabbed a pair of jeans from the floor and pulled them over his boxers. He slipped on a pair of sneakers and hurried outside.          A thick fog had formed during Josh's short trip from the window to the front door. When he got to the fence, Josh could just barely make out Smoke's vague outline through the mist. That was when he noticed that he was not alone. On the other side of the fence, petting Smoke along his snout was a pretty, smiling, young girl. She had long, wavy, blonde hair that sparkled in the silver light. The girl wore tan riding pants, with black boots that rose to her knees and her untucked, white blouse billowed in the breeze.          Josh approached her, in a daze, while she still seemed unaware of his presence. When he was halfway to her he tried to speak, but a stuttering “h-hey,” was all that he could get out.          The girl gasped at seeing him, spun around, and sprinted toward the woods. “Wait!” Josh called, “it's okay, come back!” He started to chase after her, but she had already disappeared between the tree trunks by the time he made it halfway across the field.          Wow, Josh thought, she's fast! He bent down for a moment, hands on his knees, trying to catch his breath. “Oh well,” he muttered and, as he began to walk back to the house, he noticed the fog had lifted and the breeze had vanished.              “Come on kiddo,” Josh's dad yelled with only his head poking in the bedroom doorway, “it's after eight. Get up!”          “Too early,” Josh said, pulling the covers over his head.          “Oh no you don't,” Jack said, as he entered Josh's room. He grabbed the comforter and pulled it off of Josh completely. “Breakfast's on the table. I wanna celebrate the first day in our new home together before I start working.”          “Alright, alright,” Josh said, but the only movement he made was to shield his eyes from the bright rays of sunshine that were pouring through the window. After a while he rose from his bed.          A few minutes later, Josh was downstairs sitting down to a tofu scramble breakfast wrap with his father. “So, how's the book going?”          “Oh, just a few more revisions and I can send it out,” Jack said. “It should be done in a week or so.”          “Great,” Josh said through a mouthful of tofu. He never understood what his father found so wonderful about writing, but it always made him happy to talk about it.          “So, you gonna ride Smoke today?”          “Yup,” Josh said, remembering the previous night's experience. He decided against informing his father about the strange girl he had seen, although he couldn't help wondering if he'd ever see her again. “I wonder if she lives around here,” Josh said aloud.          “Huh?”          “Um, nothing,” Josh said, “I was just talking to myself.”          “Oh,” Jack said, “well I'm going to get to work, see ya later.” He rose from his seat, bringing his plate to the sink and leaving the room.          “I didn't even get her name,” now that Josh's father had gone he could continue speaking his thoughts aloud. “Oh well,” he sighed, “let's see how Smoke's doing.”          “What's the matter boy?” he asked. Smoke had become calm since last night. “You miss her too, huh?” Josh patted down his long, muscular neck.          He found Smoke's halter and brought the horse back to the barn. “I'm just gonna clean you up a little,” he said as he secured Smoke to the crossties, “and then we're gonna get you tacked up so we can go for a ride.” Josh grabbed a few brushes and a hoof pick. “Now how does that sound?”          Smoke replied only by looking intently at Josh with his ears forward, listening to his young new companion. “Sounds good to me too,” Josh said as if he'd gotten an answer from the horse.          He brushed the majestic creature thoroughly, covering every part of his body in order to examine him. When he finished, Smoke's coat shone like a show horse's. His thick tail almost reached the floor and was trimmed evenly as was his mane. It was obvious that Smoke's previous owners had taken care of him. And not for the first time, Josh wondered why they'd abandon him.          Smoke stood still as Josh went to the tack room to find a saddle. When Josh returned with it he could have sworn he saw the horse widen his eyes, but he didn't move. After saddling him, Josh retrieved the horse's bridle and was surprised when Smoke opened his mouth for the bit without command.          “So far, so good,” Josh said as he walked the horse out to the ring. After adjusting his stirrups, he stepped up onto the side of a nearby fence and climbed onto the tall horse. In one rough motion Smoke reared up and then bucked his rider high into the air. Josh went flying over the horse's head and landed on his back.   ***          Josh rolled his eyes and pounded the ground. “I spoke too soon.”          At dinner that night Josh let his father in on how he felt about Smoke, “What a great horse you picked!”          “Yeah?” Jack asked, “you really like him?”          “I was being sarcastic.”          “Oh?” Jack looked up from his plate, “what's wrong with him?”          “I dunno, he was fine in the beginning, but as soon as I got on him I was thrown off,” Josh said, “I knew this was a bad idea.”          “Well did you try to get back on him? Maybe he just got spooked, or maybe his saddle was bothering him.”          “Yeah, he just threw me off again,” Josh lied. “There was nothing there to scare him, and I checked his saddle. He's just not a good horse!”          “Well I'm going to call Mr. Turner in the morning,” Jack said, “I'll find out if Smoke has ever behaved this way before.”          “Whatever you want,” Josh said, and headed to his bedroom. He left an empty plate on the table for his father to clean up. Smoke seemed so great at first. Josh had had his doubts, of course, but after he'd met him Josh had let a sense of hope infiltrate his fears.          Josh sat in his room, flipping through channels for hours while his mind remained on Smoke and the strange girl he'd probably never see again. It was past twelve when he decided to go to bed.          Josh closed his eyes knowing he would never fall asleep. There was a nice breeze coming in from the window, sending the white curtains flying inwards as if they were ghosts reaching out for him. Josh just watched as they flew, longing to get up and peer past them and wishing that, when he did, he would see the nameless girl he had seen the night before. Just then Josh heard a soft, rhythmic pounding coming from outside. Hoof beats? Still wide awake, he jumped from his bed and ran to the window and, as if it were a dream, there she was. This time, though, the girl was atop the gray creature and, together, they sped through the ring.          Josh didn't even have time to think before he was on his way to the girl on his horse. He didn't want to miss his chance this time. He made his way outside and watched her from afar, not wanting to scare her away again. She rode with the horse's every stride as if she'd been born on his back. The young girl was so involved in her riding that Josh figured even if he did walk right up to the ring she wouldn't have noticed anyways. Still, Josh waited until after Smoke and his gorgeous rider had slowed from a canter to a walk. The girl's hair, which was once flowing far behind her head, now rested on her shoulders as she gave him a pleased pat on the neck. Only then did Josh venture to approach her. “He must really like you,” Josh said. At once the girl turned Smoke around, preparing to run away again. “Please don't leave,” Josh said, not worried this time because he knew she couldn't get very far in the enclosed ring.          She seemed to notice this herself and turned Smoke back to face Josh. “Why do you keep running away from me?” Josh asked as he began to walk toward the two of them. The girl just stared at him with her green eyes. “Well you got a name?”          “Elizabeth,” she said, looking down at the nearing boy.          Josh smiled, he was thinking of what a perfect voice Elizabeth had to complement her other perfect features. “I'm Josh,” he said extending his hand. She took his hand as she swung one leg over the horse and jumped down. Still clutching her hand, Josh moved behind her, caught her with his free arm and lowered her to the ground.          “You're great with him,” Josh said as she spun around in his embrace and then broke free from it. She grabbed Smoke's reins and brought them over his head. “Would you like to help me with him tomorrow?” he asked, “I don't think he likes me very much.”          Elizabeth started to lead Smoke out of the ring with Josh close behind them, “you mean you're not mad at me?” she asked.          “Why would I be mad?”          “I don't know,” Elizabeth said, “I don't think I can help you, sorry.”          “Oh,” Josh hoped he hid his disappointment, “it's ok.” They were outside the ring and heading toward the barn. “Have you ridden Smoke before? You're just so good with him.”          “You could say that,” Elizabeth said as she unbridled and untacked the horse, “and his name is Mystic,” she added.          “Have you been coming here every night?”          “Some nights.”          “Oh,” Josh watched in silence as Elizabeth finished with the horse and led him to his stall. He couldn't help thinking about how much he wanted to touch her again, to wrap his arms around her tiny waist and pull her close to him. He had never seen a girl so beautiful before. Her skin was flawless, it even seemed to glow a little, and her emerald eyes struck him like lightning when they met his own.          “Well, it's getting late,” Elizabeth said, “I'm going to get out of here.”          “Where do you live? Do you need a ride?”          “No,” she said. She was already exiting the barn into the darkness, “I live just up the road. I can walk.”            “Are you sure?”          “Yeah,” she walked past Josh through the pasture where she had run away from him the first time they met.          “Okay,” Josh said, “will I see you again?”          Elizabeth shrugged her shoulders and continued walking. Josh watched her as she disappeared into the night, noticing that she didn't go anywhere near the road. Instead, she was lost in the darkness of the woods ahead. Maybe it's a shortcut Josh thought and returned to the barn to shut off all the lights and close up.          When he finally returned to bed he saw that it was about one-thirty and, this time, he had no trouble falling asleep.                     Josh woke up early the next morning. On his way down to breakfast he heard someone speaking and wondered if his father had company. As he reached the bottom of the stairs he saw him replacing the phone on its receiver. “Who was that?”          “Mr. Turner,” Jack said, “I was calling to ask about Smoke.”          “And?”          “And he said that ‘Mystic,'” he drew the quotation marks in the air, “hasn't been the same since his last owner…” Jack hesitated, “Mr. Turner's daughter just recently died. Smoke was her horse and, apparently, she was the only one who could ride him. Mr. Turner said he was sorry for giving him to us when he knew all along he would behave that way, but he also told me it was his only choice. No one would take the horse and it was too heartbreaking to keep him around.”          “Oh.” Josh was, once again, tempted to tell his father about Elizabeth. Elizabeth could ride Smoke, I saw her, he wanted to say, she could help us with him, but no such words came out. Josh's father would ask too many questions, questions Josh didn't have any answers to. Even he didn't know much of the girl who could save this horse.          “I guess we'll have to get rid of him,” Jack said the words Josh was expecting, but didn't want to hear.          “No, just give me a little more time,” Josh said, knowing that he could convince Elizabeth to help once he told her what would happen to Smoke if she didn't. “I'm sure I can work with him.”          “Whatever you want,” his father said, turning to retreat to his office. He began to walk away but then he spun around. “Josh, could you go pick some things up for me at the store?” He tossed his keys to his son assuming he would agree. “Get some computer paper, and whatever else we need around here,” he said, handing Josh two twenties. Then he resumed his trail to the office.          “No prob,” Josh said, gladly taking the money and the keys to his father's '89 Mustang. It was old, but the car had muscle and Josh took every opportunity he was given to drive it.          Soon, Josh was speeding down the straight, country road. Being used to driving in the city, he rarely had the chance to reach speeds over thirty but here he was going eighty without another car in sight. The wind whipped at his overgrown hair through both open windows. He neared town and his racecar fantasy diminished as he turned into a small plaza.          After Josh finished gathering up his father's paper in the general store, he grabbed a few bags of chips and some salsa. There was only one checkout counter and behind the register stood a boy around Josh's age, maybe sixteen or seventeen. He had short, black hair and dark, blue eyes.          “Haven't seen you around here before,” the cashier said as he rang up the few items Josh had presented to him, “just passing through?”          “No, actually, I just moved here.”          “Ok, Ok. So you're the one who moved into the old Turner house, huh?”          “Yeah.”          “It's a small town,” he said, seeing Josh's surprise, “I'm Chad.” He placed the bagged purchases on the counter and then offered Josh his hand.          “Josh.”          “Hey, I'm not doing anything tomorrow, you need someone to show you around?” Chad asked.          Josh felt relieved, “sure, I'm not busy.” It would be a good idea, he thought, to get to know whoever he could before school started.          Chad handed Josh his bag, “How about twelve? I'll meet you at your house?”          “Sounds good,” Josh said.              At a little past eleven-thirty that night, Josh crept around the barn and scanned the surrounding fields, looking especially close in the direction Elizabeth was heading last night. Finding no trace of her, he sat down with his back against the side of the barn facing where Elizabeth would be coming from.          The nighttime sounds of the country relaxed Josh, and after a few minutes he was allowing the crickets' songs to rock him to sleep with their rhythm. Hearing a familiar whinny, he awoke with a start. He stood up and peered in the direction in which his horse was looking. At the edge of the woods Elizabeth was departing from a settling layer of fog. Josh began to walk toward her and they met in the middle where Smoke stood. Together, the two reached out to stroke the side of his long gray neck. Elizabeth grasped the horse's head with her free hand and pulled his face to hers, gently kissing him on the nose.          “I need your help Elizabeth.” He stared at her, searching for an expression that would reveal her answer before her words did. He found nothing, “My dad's going to get rid of him if you don't help me.”          “Okay,” she said, “but I'm not doing it for you. I'm doing it for him.” She still hadn't taken her glowing, green eyes away from the horse.          “So when do we start?” Josh was glad she had agreed. Not only would he get to keep Smoke, but he would also be able to spend more time with Elizabeth.          “Tomorrow at midnight.”          “Okay,” perfect, Josh thought. He didn't want his father to find out about Elizabeth just yet, and he wanted to be alone with her. “I'm glad I met you.”          Elizabeth smiled as she looked up at him and, for an instant, Josh saw the same sparkling emeralds he saw when she was adoring the horse. For what seemed like a lifetime, a moment frozen, they just stood there, searching each other's eyes until, as if a jealous gesture, Smoke suddenly snorted loudly and threw his head between them.          The two of them laughed at the horse and Josh grabbed Elizabeth's hand and pulled her toward him. Only after he was sure she wouldn't try to escape his embrace did he let go of her hand and reach out to caress her pale cheek. “You're so cold,” Josh remarked as he leaned down to kiss her, “lemme warm you up,” he whispered.          “Josh!” A far away voice interrupted him. “Josh are you out here?”          “I think I should go,” Elizabeth pulled away from him and started for the woods.          Great timing dad, he thought. “Yeah, I'm right here,” he called, rolling his eyes.              As the sun crawled across Josh's bed and began to shine into his eyes he rolled over, glancing at his clock. Twelve o'clock! Josh realized that Chad was going to show up any minute. He was ready to go in under five and flew downstairs only to find that Chad still hadn't arrived. Josh wandered into the kitchen and fixed a bowl of cereal. By the time he was done eating there was a knock at the door.            Chad spent nearly all day giving Josh the grand tour. It was a small town, yes, but a small town with a long history and Chad seemed to know it all. Josh saw where'd he'd be going to school, a tiny school with only about eighty students. He was introduced to the town hall, where almost all activities took place; dances were held there, as well as bingo tournaments for the older citizens, and occasionally parties were held for the entire town, though not many people attended them. To Josh, this place seemed more and more like a really big family than it was a town.          As the sun was beginning to go down the boys were cruising up and down the streets while Chad pointed out houses. He knew every family in every home and was able to include an amusing anecdote in each introduction. Chad continued on and Josh's mind began to wander to Elizabeth.          “And that's old man Grady's house, don't even think about setting foot on his property. Last time someone ‘trespassed,' as he would call it—”          “Where does Elizabeth live?”          “Elizabeth?” Chad said, “Elizabeth who?”          “I didn't catch her last name.”          “Well there are no Elizabeths around here that I know of,” he paused, “not anymore anyway.”          “What do you mean ‘not anymore?'”          “There used to be an Elizabeth in your house, Elizabeth Turner,” said Chad.          “But she died,” Josh pronounced each word slowly, coming to an outrageous conclusion. Elizabeth was… dead? Simultaneously everything and nothing made sense. It all seemed to fit together now, puzzle pieces now clasped in a bear hug with Elizabeth's death as the glue. But it was all so real though, Josh thought. He'd touched her. She had to be real, real and alive.          “Yeah,” Chad said sighing, oblivious to Josh's shock, “and she was cute too, a little weird, but cute.” He paused only for a second, “anyways, there's a dance tonight at the hall. It's the last dance of the summer and you could meet some people. You wanna go?” But Josh wasn't listening. “Josh?… Josh?”          “Huh?”          “You wanna go?” Chad repeated.          “Go?” Josh asked, “Where?”          “The dance.”          “No thanks, I have to meet someone tonight.”              Josh waited up for Elizabeth all night. He didn't know what to think. They'd planned to meet at twelve, and here it was, three in the morning and no sign of her. Josh knew she'd be there soon and she'd laugh at him and assure him that she was one hundred percent alive. He would touch her and she'd be warm… unlike the night before.          By four Josh had lost all hope. He couldn't keep reassuring himself, Elizabeth was gone and he was going crazy; seeing ghosts. Josh had just decided to go to bed when a familiar breeze stopped him in his tracks. He didn't turn around, “Elizabeth?” He stood stiff, suddenly afraid of what he might see. He'd never even considered the thought that she might be dead any other time he'd seen her, but now every shadow that loomed ahead of him in the moonlight made him shudder.          “I'm sorry,” she whispered back, “I should have let him go, but I didn't.”          Josh spun around, searching for the girl with the emerald eyes he longed to see. All he could find, though, was the familiar mist that had formed while he was turned away.          “He's yours now,” her voice faded and the fog seemed to be sucked back into the woods until it completely disappeared. The wind blew and Smoke snorted as he reared up, hooves thrashing through the air.   ***   “Get back on him Josh, c'mon get up!” Josh opened his eyes and it was day again. Josh lay on the ground with a close-up of Smoke's nose. “Wow, he really threw you, Josh,” Jack was cracking up, “I saw him buck you from the office window. I figured I was missing the rodeo.” Josh rose from his former position on his back on the hard ground. “Now you get back on him, you know the saying,” Jack continued to laugh at himself, “when you fall off a horse you gotta get back on again.” What just happened? Where was Elizabeth and what about Chad? Were they real, were they alive? Josh remembered now, he had just fallen off Smoke. Everything was going fine until he got on him. Was I knocked out? Josh wondered. “So are you gonna try again?” Jack asked. “Yeah,” Josh finally understood. He walked over to Smoke, stood on the adjacent fence and hopped on once again. This time, though, Smoke didn't budge. A light tap of Josh's heels and the horse was off. He cantered once around the ring and came to a stop as Josh slowed him down. Josh threw himself forward and gave Smoke's neck a hug. “She was right,” he whispered to the horse, “she just had to let you go. “How do you like the sound of Mystic Smoke?”     [Conclusion:]   This story is close to my heart. Not just because it's the first story I ever finished, but also because of the vivid memory I have of writing it all in one sitting in this zone of focus I've rarely been able to replicate since.   It's been edited a few times over the past 20 years, and to be honest there are some things in here as a more aware animal activist that I'm a bit conflicted about.   But this was what the teenager version of me knew as normal, the girl who had a horse named Baby Starbuck and was thrown from him while riding bareback in the snow one day in much the same manner as Josh was thrown from Smoke, and so I've left these things in as a memory of who I used to be. And to help me gauge how far I've come in my relationship to animals; trying to be more of a companion to them than their keeper.   With that said, I'm still in awe of how perfect Ania's photograph is for this story. There was no way for me to explain this little bit of magic before you heard it, but the horse in today's cover art has his ears facing in completely opposite directions, which to anyone who knows horses means his attention is divided. To me it's as if there's an invisible person in the background whispering in his ear. Almost as if… well maybe he's still deciding between Elizabeth and Josh.   A huge and heart felt thank you, to Ania for sharing your art with us today. Please go and check out Ania's latest photography, color palettes, illustrations, and designs over @ania_archer on Instagram.   And you know what, I think art-pairings are going to be a thing now, so stay tuned. I'll be talking more about how you can submit your art for consideration on Art Ink without having to write a thing.   Thank you all so much for listening, I hope you all have a magickally spooky Halloween!

Native Film Talk
Reservation Dogs Episode 5

Native Film Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 56:56


This episode is my favorite of the season. It has Kiowa Gordon singing Midnight Rider, Big's origin story, learning more about Cheese, and Native suspense/horror like I've never seen it done before...so beautifully. Also Wes Studi is in this episode, man what a show! Deer Lady is right behind William Knifeman aka Spirit as my favorite character in the show. I have never seen Native lore captured so beautifully and in such a terrifying way that took me back to all my stories being told as a kid.  This was a great episode that took a deep dive into Big's past and why he isn't just a conspiracy theorist, he actually has seen some wild shit! This show is spot on with how we dress, I talk about that. Also how we need to guard our stories a little so we don't get people trying to recreate this, a lot of Kenny Boy's out there...gotta watch out.  Please like, subscribe, and leave reviews if you can. Thank you so much for listening. 

PeayCast
The PeayCast | Episode 116

PeayCast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021


Welcome to a brand-new episode of the PeayCast, presented by CDE Lightband! We are BACK. ON. CAMPUS. For the 2021 Fall Semester. It's here, and it's spectacular. We've already done some regular-season soccer shenanigans and we're getting ready to open the regular season for volleyball (no, really this time). Schedules are out. New staffers and players are in. The academic year is underway, and we welcome in men's golfer Adam Van Raden as this week's guest. Audio Intro: Jay-Z feat. Rihanna, "Run This Town" Van Raden Intro/Outro: Miley Cyrus, "The Climb" Audio Outro: The Allman Brothers, "Midnight Rider"

Craftsmen Online Podcast
The Last Moon Lodge in New York State

Craftsmen Online Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2021 25:39


Warren Lodge #32 meets in Rhinebeck, New York. Aside from a noteworthy connection to the American Revolution, there is another unique feature that sets Warren Lodge #32 apart in New York State: the Lodge meeting dates are on a lunar schedule making it the last Moon Lodge in New York State. RW Williams and Rubin share the special experience of the Moon Lodge and how New York Master Masons can help preserve this piece of Masonic History!Show Links...To become a Midnight Rider, email RW James A. Leske, Secretary of Warren Lodge #32... MasonJim3652@gmail.comVisit Warren Lodge #32 on Facebook... https://www.facebook.com/WarrenLodge32Read RW Steven Adam Rubin's article, "The Last Moon Lodge in New York State"... https://craftsmenonline.com/the-last-moon-lodge-in-new-york-state/

UBC News World
The Midnight Rider Cranks Up A New Porsche YouTube Channel For 928 Enthusiasts

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 2:48


A YouTube Channel aimed at the Porsche 928, 944, 968 and 924 Turbo Transaxle enthusiasts can now be found at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3gZe_K2T32C5ZYe-sQxTPw (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC3gZe_K2T32C5ZYe-sQxTPw)

UBC News World
Falcon Media Solutions Porsche 928 DocuFilm THE MIDNIGHT RIDER Breaks New Ground

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2021 2:54


FALCON MEDIA SOLUTIONS breaks new ground with a new YouTube Channel of its latest project, THE MIDNIGHT RIDER. The dynamic and exclusive video content can be screened at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_am8DPam0gc (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_am8DPam0gc) Please review, like, and comment with your insights and Porsche perspectives.

UBC News World
Falcon Media Solutions Porsche 928 DocuFilm THE MIDNIGHT RIDER Breaks New Ground

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 7, 2021 2:54


FALCON MEDIA SOLUTIONS breaks new ground with a new YouTube Channel of its latest project, THE MIDNIGHT RIDER. The dynamic and exclusive video content can be screened at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_am8DPam0gc (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_am8DPam0gc) Please review, like, and comment with your insights and Porsche perspectives.

UBC News World
Brand New Renegade 928 Porsche Film The Midnight Rider Premiers With a Bang!

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2021 7:16


Porsche lifestyle film, starring its vaunted Porsche 928 and Maverick Miles Nehemiah. THE MIDNIGHT RIDER, film trailer debuts July 6th, 2021, and is available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_am8DPam0gc (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_am8DPam0gc) its targeted audience is fans of the Porsche 928, Porsche 911, Porsche 930, Porsche 944, and the Porsche lifestyle.

UBC News World
Brand New Renegade 928 Porsche Film The Midnight Rider Premiers With a Bang!

UBC News World

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2021 7:16


Porsche lifestyle film, starring its vaunted Porsche 928 and Maverick Miles Nehemiah. THE MIDNIGHT RIDER, film trailer debuts July 6th, 2021, and is available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_am8DPam0gc (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_am8DPam0gc) its targeted audience is fans of the Porsche 928, Porsche 911, Porsche 930, Porsche 944, and the Porsche lifestyle.

Half of Wisdom: A Podcast of Prudent Questions
11. Sybil Ludington, the Other Midnight Rider

Half of Wisdom: A Podcast of Prudent Questions

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2021 7:06


Pretty much everyone knows about Paul Revere and his midnight ride through Massachusetts to warn people that British troops were coming. Less well-known is a similar incident a couple years later, when Sybil Ludington, the daughter of a colonel in the American militia, rode through Putnam County, New York, to alert the militia so they could try to defend Danbury, Connecticut.Here are some resources to learn more about Sybil Ludington:National Women's History Museum.  Sybil Ludington.  https://www.womenshistory.org/education-resources/biographies/sybil-ludington.Historic Patterson, New York.  Sybil Ludington.  https://www.historicpatterson.org/Exhibits/ExhSybilLudington.php.Paula D. Hunt.  “Sybil Ludington, the Female Paul Revere: The Making of a Revolutionary War Heroine.”  The New England Quarterly, vol. 88, no. 2, 2015, pp. 187–222.Our intro and outro music is DriftMaster by Shane Ivers - https://www.silvermansound.comPlease follow us on Twitter at @PrudentQPodcast, and contact us at halfofwisdom@gmail.com.

2 Bookworms 1 Podcast
Midnight Rider

2 Bookworms 1 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2021 42:30


Lacy and Kameron are in the Midnight Library this week talking about Matt Haig's book, The Midnight Library.

The Show On The Road with Z. Lupetin
The Allman Betts Band

The Show On The Road with Z. Lupetin

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2021 52:58


This week - it's a rock-n roll-family affair with a special conversation with Devon Allman and Duane Betts - two guitar-slinging sons of the iconic Allman Brothers Band who formed their own soulful supergroup in 2019 - The Allman Betts Band. With their debut record 'Down To The River,' Allman and Betts - who took turns playing alongside their revered dads Gregg and Dickey as teenagers - finally banded together to create a new collection of the soaring slide-guitar-centered Gulf-coast rock and brawny road-tested blues that both pays homage to their heady upbringings and forges their own way forward. Even their touring bassist has a familiar name to Allman die-hards: Berry Oakley Jr., whose dad was one of the Allman Brothers' founding members when they formed in 1969 out of Jacksonville, FL. While many groups were stuck at home licking their wounds as the pandemic shut down most touring options, Devon and Duane's crew tapped into the nascent drive-in circuit, bringing their spirited 2020 release 'Bless Your Heart' to a whole new set of excited fans. Always sticking to their southern roots, they laid down both records at the Muscle Shoals Sound Studios with producer Matt Ross-Spang (Jason Isbell, Margo Price, Elvis Presley.) While history is always dancing in the margins of the songs, it's clear on this second offering that they wanted to create stories that didn't only reflect their roaring live shows. Standout songs like the soft piano ballad “Doctor's Daughter” show the group roving in new, more nuanced directions - while “Autumn Breeze” is a pulsing, slow-burn, but features the effortless twin guitar lines that made their dads' work so instantly recognizable. Of course playing in the family business wasn't always a given for the guys - especially Devon who only met his hard-touring father Gregg at sixteen. Devon first started hanging out with young Duane - then only twelve - in 1989 on the Allman Brothers' 20th Anniversary tour. As he describes in the episode, Devon wasn't sure he wanted to follow in his father's hard-to-follow footsteps, but once he sat in on “Midnight Rider“ and the crowd went crazy? It was off to the races. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Allman Brothers' breakout record 'Live At The Fillmore East' - which I grew up listening to on loop with my father. Though Duane Allman died tragically in a 1971 accident before his namesake was born, and Gregg passed away in 2017, their spirit lives on in the Allman Betts' epic live show - which is already gearing up for the tentative 2021 touring season.

Munsons at the Movies
Ep. 30 - William Hurt (feat. John Rigby)

Munsons at the Movies

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2021 95:44


Welcome to the Munsons at the Movies Podcast. Each episode we delve into the filmography and impact of a randomly selected actor. In this episode, we explore the career of William Hurt. Best known for his roles as Richie in A History of Violence, Tom in Broadcast News, and John Robinson in Lost in Space, Hurt has carved out a 40+ year career in the entertainment business. Joined once again by guest Munson, John Rigby, we discuss Hurt's decades of stellar roles, controversial antics off-screen, triumph over prostate cancer, and Hurt's role in the tragedy during the filming of Midnight Rider. Where does Hurt's career rank on the Munson Meter? Listen to find out.

The East Side Dave and Son Wrestling Show
Royal Rumble 2021 Special!

The East Side Dave and Son Wrestling Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2021 27:07


The East Side Dave And Son Wrestling Show is BACK with a new, no-holds-barred episode...our Royal Rumble 2021 Special!   Witness the madness as the Mac Boyz give their analysis and predictions regarding this year's Royal Rumble (which is on Sunday, January 31st)!   Plus, Dave and Stanley discuss the Midnight Rider, the state of the WWE, and all-around insanity!   It's the "Best Father/Son Wrestling Podcast In The World".....it's The East Side Dave And Son Wrestling Show!   Listen NOW!   BAM!

The E-Spot With Camille
#91 Joyce Gilliard, hair stylist and Filmmaker on The E-Spot with Camille

The E-Spot With Camille

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2021 58:39


Studying for her Doctorate in Cosmetology, Gilliard earned her place in the film industry with her first show set in Charleston, SC Army Wives. Joyce earned her film and TV credits on the set of North Carolina filmed The Hunger Games, Banshee, Sleepy Hollow. Plus she's worked on award nominated films and TV shows like the Watchman, Just Mercy, Judas and The Black Messiah, plus many more. Tragedy struck in February of 2014, Gilliard was injured by a train on the set of the film, Midnight Rider, directed by Greg Allman. In that same accident, sadly Camera Assistant Sarah Jones, was also killed. Gilliard, established the nonprofit, iSAFE! Television whose mission is to promote safety awareness on television and film production sets through education, trainings, awareness, accountability and visibility. Learn more about Dr. Joyce's journey and her courages return to set. Recorded on 07/01/2020 Aired 01/04/2020 #isafe #JoyceGilliard #MakeupArtist #Filmmaker #TheESpotwithCamille #CamilleKauer #JudasandTheBlackMessiah #Watchman #Banshee --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/camillekauer/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/camillekauer/support

Love Letters To Poe
"Midnight Rider" by Melanie Cossey

Love Letters To Poe

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2020 11:53


"Midnight Rider" by Melanie Cossey can be found in Volume 1, Issue 1 of Love Letters to Poe.

The Spicy Wiener Show
Spicy Wiener Special - Midnight Rider

The Spicy Wiener Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2020 3:13


We already went over this, we already know you fucking love it.

THE WAY IT IS
Death on the Tracks: The Allman Bros Midnight Rider Movie Haunts Again, The Digital Future of Fashion, Can A Painting Save Your Life?, Best Ice Cream In The Universe, Hugh Jackman Ages & Bares His Soul, The Problem with #Cancel Culture: We Are In Da

THE WAY IT IS

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 19, 2020 56:08


In Lucky Episode 13 we revisit the scene of the crime in Jessup, Georgia, where Academy Award (c) Winning actor William Hurt was portraying rocker Greg Allman in the highly anticipated biopic MIDNIGHT RIDER, which died prematurely like the Allman Brothers themselves, and taking with it a bright young camera assistant named SARAH JONES.  The aftermath changed the way safety and responsibility is judged on films and fostered the first-ever jail term for a filmmaker.  The haunted project has just risen again as the director--barred from directing ever again-- recently surfaced overseas helming a film in Europe.  And the last conversations of the late Ms. Jones and her father the night before her last day on earth; the first day of the shoot, have just been revealed in a poignant and cryptic love note from the grave. Have you ever written a complaint letter or criticized someone in a newsletter?  Probably...  Have you ever ordered or sold on eBAY?  Probably.... Have you ever had six people from the object of that letter threaten to kill you, send horrible things to you, doxx you, and cyberstalk you with the intent '...to bring you down?'  Probably not, and probably not from one of the biggest companies in the world: eBAY.  An amazing true crime story that is stranger than fiction that terrorized a couple from Natick, Massachusetts. Okay, no more changing rooms at the department stores.  How does that sound?  No queueing.  No smelly, poorly lit tiny little Guantanamo Bay spaces.   Not even the posh, liquor-fuelled high-end fashion shop dressing rooms either.   You now scan the bar code of the clothing you like, and your phone mines all your Insta and other social media pix and 'dresses you' in the clothes you just scanned so you can really 'see' how you will look in them.  Mind-numbing technology via AMAZON, from one of the most innovative geniuses and questionable human beings on the planet, coming to you far too soon... Have you reverted to your old self too much this week?  Are you haunted by old images, old flames, old behaviours you thought you'd shed like water off a duck's back that have now returned to second-guess yourself?  It's the era of the SHADOW SELF... Blame Mars...in Aries...till the end of 2020. LADIES DAY:  Fashion goes to the Podcaster's Wife this week... it's Double-MONCLER + GUCCI...while I sit around like an Emperor with no clothes.   But Ladies aren't allowed as members in my Men's Club.  Find out why this is a good thing! Hugh Jackman got old.  Yep, baby-face is gone.  But like Penfold's Grange it's a good thing.  And like a secret camera in a therapist's office we see him bare his soul in BAD EDUCATION and why it's such an epic film, and his best turn since his unbelievably overlooked tour-de-force in THE PRESTIGE. You don't know about it, and it cost like 10 cents to make by movie standards these days, but Amazon Prime's THE VAST OF NIGHT is your Easter Egg treasure for the mid-year mark.  Accidentally stumbled upon from a great tout from the always reliable and insightful Scott Feinberg at The Hollywood Reporter, this film is a sci-fi / thermal horror treat. You think you know tasty stuff but trust me, you don't.  Because unless you've had WARATAH BAY ICE CREAM, you're thinking Lefty sociopath duplicitous faux hippie sell-outs like Ben & Jerry make great ice cream.  They make good ice cream in a failed State.  Volvo makes good cars.  But Waratah Bay is... (Gulp) possibly the best boutique ice cream brand in the whole Universe and it's only available in a few stores in towns the size of postage stamps in Victoria.  It's the Ferrari 250 GTO of ice cream, and it needs some new roads to hoe.  I reveal the crack cocaine of ice cream and something to take your mind off riots, looting, cancel culture, #BLM, and the end of the world as we know it.   #SteveRosendaleArtist #BadEducation #ColonialBrewing #cancelCulture #Moncler #Gucci #Amazon #JeffBezos #TheTelegraph #SteveBird #Th...

The Lone Ranger | Old Time Radio
Ep2810 | "The Midnight Rider"

The Lone Ranger | Old Time Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2020 24:36


If you like this episode, check out https://otrpodcasts.com for even more classic radio shows! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Great Trials Podcast
Jeff Harris and Rebecca Franklin Harris | Jones v. CSX | $11.2 million verdict

The Great Trials Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2019 86:46


This week, your hosts Steve Lowry and Yvonne Godfrey interview Jeff Harris of Harris, Lowry, and Manton (www.hlmlawfirm.com) and Rebecca Franklin Harris of Franklin Law (franklinlawllc.com).     Remember to rate and review GTP in iTunes: Click Here To Rate and Review     Case Details:   Two-time Georgia Super Lawyers Top 100 honoree Jeff Harris of Harris Lowry Manton LLP and award-winning trial lawyer Rebecca Franklin Harris discuss the landmark wrongful death case that occurred on the set of the Gregg Allman biopic “Midnight Rider.” Unbeknownst to camera assistant Sarah Jones and the rest of the crew, they were filming on active railroad tracks owned by CSX Transportation. Sarah was struck and killed by a train and quickly became the face of Hollywood's film safety movement. Thanks to a strong case presented by Jeff Harris and Rebecca Franklin Harris, a Chatham County, Georgia jury returned an $11.2 million verdict. Visit - https://www.safetyforsarah.com/   Click Here to Read/Download the Complete Trial Documents     Guest Bios:   Rebecca Franklin Harris: As founder of Franklin Law, LLC, Rebecca Franklin Harris works with clients both locally in Savannah and across the country in cases involving consumer rights and product safety. In addition to dangerous consumer products, her practice includes cases arising out of trucking accidents, medical malpractice, aviation disasters and premises liability incidents. Rebecca has been repeatedly recognized for her legal achievements, being inducted into the “Verdicts Hall of Fame” and named as part of “Georgia's Top 40 Under 40” by Georgia's leading legal publication, The Fulton County Daily Report. She was a recipient of the “Courageous Pursuit of Justice Award” given by The Georgia Trial Lawyers Association and has consistently been recognized as part of the “Rising Stars” selection in the annual Georgia Super Lawyers publication. She has also been selected Top 100 Trial Lawyers by the National Trial Lawyers Association.   Read Full Bio Here   Jeff Harris:   One of the nation's top trial attorneys, Jeff Harris is an award-winning litigator who handles high-profile, complex cases across a wide variety of practice areas. He excels at securing justice for clients who have been seriously injured or killed, holding responsible parties accountable for their actions as well as their negligence.   Over the course of his career, Jeff has secured hundreds of millions in jury verdicts and settlements for his clients and has helped make a variety of products, vehicles and industries safer for everyone. His cases have been featured in The New York Times, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, USA Today, 20/20, CBS Evening News and many other national media outlets.   Read Full Bio Here     Show Sponsors:     Legal Technology Services - LTSatlanta.com     Digital Law Marketing - DigitalLawMarketing.com     Harris, Lowry, and Manton - hlmlawfirm.com     Free Resources:   Stages Of A Jury Trial - Part 1 Stages Of A Jury Trial - Part 2

The DMZ
Cover Versions

The DMZ

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 1, 2019 59:52


Today we take a version excursion and hear some great renditions of some classic songs. We begin with a smoldering "Dazed and Confused" from Hannah Williams & The Affirmations, and then weave our way through more classic rock staples including a soulful take on "Midnight Rider" from Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, a super charged instrumental "Purple Haze" from The Link Quartet, and a powerful "Cumberland Blues" by Charles Bradley & The Menehan Street Band. From there the grooves continue with more familiar favorites like "Let's Dance" and "Night Fever" which, along with a few other nuggets lead us to the Ramsey Lewis Trio for their jazzy version of the War classic "Slippin' Into Darkness" while The Dynamics and their extra funky "Move On Up" bring us back full circle to the classic rock realm for War and their version of "A Day In The Life". 1. Dazed and Confused - Hannah Williams & The Affirmations 2. Midnight Rider - Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings 3. Purple Haze - The Link Quartet 4. Seven Nation Army - The Dynamics 5. Heartbreaker - The Boogaloo Investigators 6. Cumberland Blues - Charles Bradley & The Menehan Street Band 7. Let's Dance - Grandmagneto 8. Uptight - Dojo Cuts 9. Slippin' Into Darkness - Ramsey Lewis Trio 10. Night Fever - Grandmagneto 11. Move On Up - The Dynamics 12. Chameleon - Taggy Matcher 13. A Day In The Life - War The DMZ can be heard live Tuesday's @ 5:00p ET only on radiofreebrooklyn.com

The Laptop Lifestyle with Alexis Teichmiller
Finding Your Creative Freedom with founder of Dazey LA, Dani Nagel

The Laptop Lifestyle with Alexis Teichmiller

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2017 44:56


Dani is a self taught illustrator, graphic designer, and photographer. She  graduated at age 19 with a degree in fashion design, but as lover of both art and fashion she combined these two passions to make a career in apparel graphics.   For the past 6 years she has been designing for many notable companies both freelance and full time. Some of these companies include Urban Outfitters, Anthropologie, Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, Forever21, Truly Madly Deeply, Mate the Label, Amuse Society, Gypsy Warrior, Show me your Mumu, The Laundry Room, Top Knot Goods, Electric West, Midnight Rider, Not Another Label, Current/Elliott, Macy's, Pac Sun, Hot Topic, and more.   While all that was great, her true goal was to have full creative freedom with a label of her own. After years of daydream and doubt, she took the leap and created Dazey LA. She draws every tee by hand and does all the photography you see throughout the website and instagram. Check out all her other work at www.daniroxanne.com, @graphicteegirl and @daniroxannephoto!