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Today, legendary singer/songwriter / DJ / producer Ultra Naté confirmed rumours of a new studio album titled ULTRA by dropping the long player's lead single MIRACLE, co-produced with Gianni Romano Emanuelle Esposito and John “J-C” Carr.A sultry and empowering smash packed with Afro-pop flavour, MIRACLE should bring a healthy dose of heat to everyone's change of seasons. Chugging woodwind and undulating brass sections hustle up against slinky guitar licks. An incessant and percussive African-laced rhythm combines with Ultra's soul-drenched vocal and message, gliding into an ear worm of a groove."I wrote “MIRACLE” for women, especially Black women like myself, as an affirmation and validation of our strength and power,” explains Ultra. “We are constantly seeing events and images of social and racial injustices, it's not only heart-breaking in that moment but also leaves a lasting stain. During lockdown was no different, even with a full-scale pandemic happening, so much negative messaging was highlighted. I wanted to speak to my sisters, and possibly inspire women and young girls from all walks of life. I wanted “MIRACLE” to speak to our divine being within, hoping that we fully understand and appreciate our greatness.”Weaving effortlessly in and out like a hypnotic needle and thread, the incessant motherland club groove and Ultra's comforting lyricism draws the listener into a flawless composition that demands the listener to rise and dance.2022 is a hugely significant year for Ultra Naté. The 25th anniversary of the release of her iconic single Free, it also marks an incredible three-decade milestone in the music industry. To celebrate the occasion, two of Ultra's earliest albums – Blue Notes In the Basement and One Woman's Insanity – will be fully remastered and for the very first time released across digital streaming platforms. Additionally, the original music videos for Ultra's singles It's Over Now, Is It Love? and How Long have been digitised and placed on Warner Music Group's Rhino site for the first time officially, drawing a clear line between her beginnings and her continuing path at the heart of dance music 30 years later.Labelled one of Billboard's ‘Greatest of All Time' and the voice behind countless international hits including the #1 hit Free, It's Over Now, Rejoicing, If You Could Read My Mind, ‘Automatic', New Kind Of Medicine and Found A Cure, the iconic Ultra Naté is beloved by music fans the world over. Coming off the back of a UK-wide Ibiza Classics tour with Pete Tong, Becky Hill, Vula and the Heritage Orchestra that has won rave reviews, her vocal and song-writing has provided fans with 30 years of pure anthems that continue to stand the test of time. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Freshies from John Rolodex, SPY, young lad IBOT, Slayaz (Run Tingz & Kommz), Unsub & n0izemakeR & more! Perfect for the kitchen rave or the kitchen haircut...whatever you're doing.Playlist: Tim Reaper - ScreenplayUnsub & n0isemakeR, featuring MC Astro & J Augustus - Glitter VIPJohn Rolodex - ArchetypesS.P.Y. - ShelterDopplershift, Foreign Beggars, Wingz, featuring PAV4N - Vibin (Wingz Remix)IBOT, featuring DJ SS - Mash It DownSlayaz, featuring Fearless & Funsta - Send For (Vocal Mix)VIES - Turn It UpSicknote - Jungle PlanetJohn Rolodex, Embers of Light - Fever DreamIBOT - PulsateChampagne, featuring Miss Fudge - The Other SideMutt, Tedder - Right and WrongAaron Payne, featuring Frank H Carter III - It's Over Now
Radio Show [Proud Eagle] #410 (Mixed by Nelver) [Pirate Station Online] (06-04-2022) ✅ Subscribe to Telegram channel: https://t.me/nelvermusic All episodes: https://fanlink.to/proudeagle YouTube Video: https://youtu.be/d01lwzNf9LY Tracklist: 01. Cliques - Electrified (feat. Marianna Ray) 02. Hyukari - Silent Light 03. Dimension - Sensory Division 04. Example & Kanine - Never Let You Down (feat. Penny Ivy) 05. Veak - Lunacy 06. Hyukari - Sea of Ink 07. Nymfo - Crush 08. Section 63 - Siege Engine 09. Glyph - Underground Resistance (feat. Ben Verse) 10. AIRGLO - The Song 11. Chords - Libation 12. SiLi - Dude Knows Nothing 13. Lavance - The Hound 14. Yussi - Forget 15. Enta - Keep Your Distance 16. Camo & Krooked & Mefjus - U 17. Nelver - Second Chance 18. Marble Elephant - Lost In Antarctica 19. SubDocta - Blind 20. Rizzle - Morality 21. Leniz & Rift - The Engineer 22. Fletnyx - Harmonic Rush (Extended Mix) 23. Variants - Thousand Scars 24. High Contrast - Music Is Everything (Pola & Bryson Remix) 25. Nelver - Start Key 26. H.A.L. - Embrace 27. HLZ & Cleveland Watkiss - Dusk Til Dawn 28. Dubruvvas - Check It 29. Tokyo Prose & FD - Ultra Travolta 30. Aaron Payne - It's Over Now (feat. Frank H Carter III) 31. Hugh Hardie - Got U Wrong (feat. Phaction & Javeon) 32. Tokyo Prose - Succotash 33. Nelver & LM1 - Prayer 34. Nelver - Soul Space Weekly updated Playlist "Proud Eagle" on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/2W5vkVa Follow Nelver: https://www.instagram.com/nelvermusic/ https://vk.com/nelver https://spoti.fi/2ThGKDT https://soundcloud.com/nelver https://www.facebook.com/nelverdnb/ https://www.mixcloud.com/Nelver/ https://twitter.com/Nelvermusic
We are glad to be back with another episode of The "Classic" Quest podcast and this time we talk about Big K.R.I.T. - Digital Roses Don't Die, the full album. Holden Stephan Roy, Chris Chrome and Your Lady Friend Bonnie are here with our thoughts on each song on teh album. Let us know your favourite song in the comments below. 00:00 Intro 08:40 Fire (Interlude) 13:20 Southside of the Moon 18:53 Show U Right 25:56 Rhode Clean 31:43 Earth (Interlude) 35:15 C-m Out To Play 39:58 Just 4 You 45:27 So Cool 50:24 Water (Interlude) 54:20 Boring 01:00:03 Would It Matter 01:06:04 Generational - Weighed Down 01:13:37 Wind (Interlude) 01:20:01 It's Over Now 01:23:20 Wet Lashes & Shot Glasses (Ft. Rolynné) 01:29:14 All The Time 01:34:40 More Than Roses - Digital Roses Don't Die album review grade reveal Make sure to check out Big K.R.I.T. - Digital Roses Don't Dief and do your own album review: https://open.spotify.com/album/4hL6vCeDYZjW84055aEuM9 Discover Holden Stephan Roy's Linktree: https://linktr.ee/behindthatsuit Your Lady Friend Bonnie: Twitter: @ylfbonnie IG: @Yourladyfriendbonnie Chris Chrome: https://linktr.ee/ChrisChrome93
Coming in 2010 W/ His debut album, I personally feel as if #BigKrit is a severely underrated artist, that era was when a lot of major players came out like #JCole #KendrickLamar #WizKhalifa #BigSean #Wale & more, but I would be lying if I didn't say #Krit has been one of the most consistent and has represent authentic southern hiphop phenomenally I rate this album an 8.5-10 #DigitalRosesDontDie 1. Fire (Interlude) 2. Southside of the Moon 3. Show U Right 4. Rhode Clean 5. Earth (Interlude) 6. Cum Out To Play 7. Just 4 You 8. So Cool 9. Water (Interlude) 10. Boring 11. Would It Matter 12. Generational – Weighed Down 13. Wind (Interlude) 14. It's Over Now 15. Wet Lashes & Shot Glasses (feat. Rolynné) 16. All The Time 17. More Than Roses
1. Sultan + Shepard feat. Angela McCluskey - More Than You Ever Know 2. Reezer, Antdot - No Love 3. Dopamine, Ali Story - Deep 4. Tobtok, farfetch'd - Have It All 5. Kaskade feat. Cop Kid - Turn It Down 6. KOLIDESCOPES - When Friday Comes 7. Frank Walker, MOTi - I Wonder 8. Jay Dixie, Amy Grace - Call Me 9. NDEE & ROOMS - Antidote 10. Promise Land - It's Over Now 11. Smokin' Beats feat. Lyn Eden - Dreams (Bleu Clair Remix) 12. Matroda - Ain't No Sunshine (VIP Edit) 13. Andrea Marino, Stereoliez & Cave Studio - Guap (Too Much) 14. Bleu Clair & Cheyenne Giles - Chemistry 15. Chapter & Verse - Want To Love 16. Future Class - 303 17. Never Sleeps feat. AfroJack & Chico Rose - You Got The Love (D.O.D Mix) 18. Blinders - Body Burner 19. SIIK & Kocmo feat. Julia Kleijn - Goodbye
**If you missed the Chas Summers Throwback Show (28-11-2021) on Trax FM, then listen back or download for FREE here. **Full Show Track Listing: -** **Aurra - You & Me Tonight (Chas Summers Extended DJ Edit) (1986) Cheryl Lynn - Sweet Kind Of Life (2004)** **In The Mix Part One Full Flava featuring Chantay Savage - Get Down Saturday Night (2021) Bah Samba - Let The Drums Speak (Ken@Work Nu Disco Mix) (2021)** **The Jacksons feat Tamela Mann - Can You Feel It (Kirk Franklin Remix) (1980) Maxwell - Ascension (Don't Ever Wonder) (2022 Re-Work) Luther Vandross - It's Over Now (1985)** **In The Mix Part Two Willie Hutch - In & Out (1982) Tomorrow's Edition - U Turn Me On (1981) Kinky Foxx - So Different (1983) Greg Henderson - Dreamin' (1982) McKenzie & Gardiner - Hold On Tight (OG Redux) (2021)** **The Thurday Night Slow Jam Barry Biggs - Side Show (1976)** **Maxine Singleton - Don't You Love It (1982) S.O.S Band - Just Get Ready (Michael Gray Extended Remix) (2021)** **In The Mix Part Three Chaka Khan - What Cha' Gonna Do For Me (1981) Garfield Fleming - Send Me Away (1981) The Fatback Band - (Are You Ready) Do The Bus Stop (1975) Michael Jackson - Baby Be Mine (1982) Bobby Womack - Tell Me Why (1984) Gladys Knight & The Pips - Save The Overtime (For Me) (1983) Tomorrow's Edition - U Turn Me On (Chas Summerws 2021 Re-visit) (1981) Bridge - Baby Don't Hold Back (Chas Summers 2021 Re-visit) (1985) Patrice Rushen - Number One (1982) Teena Marie - Square Biz (1980)** **David Bendeth - Feel The Real (Jazz 'n' Groove Ultra Classic Mix) (1979)** **Catch the Chas Summers Throwback Show LIVE every Sunday from 5pm - 7pm on traxfm.org The Station: traxfm.org #traxfm #chassummers #throwbackshow #soul #funk #boogie #remixes #80sGrooves #inthemix #90sR&B Listen Here: traxfm.org Mixcloud LIVE mixcloud.com/live/traxfm And also on Hearthis LIVE here hearthis.at/k8bdngt4/live Free Trax FM Android App: play.google.com/store/apps/det...mradio.ba.a6bcb The Trax FM Facebook Page : facebook.com/original103.3 Like the Throwback Show Facebook page - facebook.com/sundaythrowbackshow OnLine Radio Box: onlineradiobox.com/uk/trax/?cs=uk.trax Tunerr: tunerr.co/radio/Trax-FM Tune In Radio : tunein.com/radio/Trax-FM-s225176 Radio Deck: radiodeck.com/radio/5a09e2de87...7e3370db06d44dc Radio.Net: traxfmlondon.radio.net Stream Radio : streema.com/radios/Trax_FM..The_Originals**
1) Intro [00:00] 2) Zion Y Lennox ft Daddy Yankee – Yo Voy [00:30] 3) Zion – Yo Voy a Llegar [02:10] 4) Wisin Y Yandel, Hector El Father – El Telefono [02:30] 5) Hector El Father – Sola [03:22] 6) Zion – Alocate [04:24] 7) Rakim Y Ken-Y – Down [05:45] 8) La Factoria, Eddy Lover – Perdoname [07:06] 9) Big Boy, Angel Lopez – Mis Ojos Lloran Por Ti [08:27] 10) De La Ghetto, Randy – Sensacion Del Bloque [09:30] 11) Don Omar – Pobre Diabla [10:00] 12) Tego Calderon – Dominicana [11:25] 13) Daddy Yankee – Lo Que Paso, Paso [12:36] 14) Ivy Queen – Yo Quiero Bailar [13:16] 15) Daddy Yankee – Gasolina [14:47] 16) Plan B – Guatauba [15:47] 17) El General ft Anayka – Rica y Apretadita [17:02] 18) Jowell Y Randy – No Te Veo [18:02] 19) Arcangel – Pa Que La Pases Bien [19:42] 20) Arcangel – Tengo Ganas De Ti [20:42] 21) Wisin Y Yandel – Me Estas Tentando [21:58] 22) Tego Calderon, Randy – Quitarte To [22:16] 23) Nicky Jam, Daddy Yankee – Donde Estan Las Gatas [23:08] 24) Speedy – Amor Con La Ropa [24:18] 25) Don Chezina – Tra Tra Tra [25:11] 26) Daddy Yankee – Nunca Me Quedo (Live) [26:29] 27) Nicky Jam, Daddy Yankee – La Combi Complet (Live) [26:43] 28) Secreto – Yo Soy Tu Tiguere (Live) [28:03] 29) La Nueva Escuela – Ella Me Mira [28:56] 30) Pablo Piddy – Si Tu Quiere Dembow [29:27] 31) Los Lunaticos – Siente El Ki [30:16] 32) Dembow Clasico Unstoppable Break [30:41] 33) El Alfa – Como Yo Me Muevo [30:57] 34) El Mayor Clasico ft Sensato – Bello [31:37] 35) Secreto – Papa Dios Me Dijo [32:43] 36) The Cover Girls – Show Me [34:55] 37) Shannon – Let The Music Play [36:27] 38) Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam – I Wonder If I Take You Home [37:46] 39) Stevie B – Spring Love [34:53] 40) Cynthia – Change On Me [39:50] 41) Jennifer Lopez – Waiting For Tonight [40:56] 42) Haddaway – What Is Love [42:13] 43) Corona – The Rhythm of the Night [43:13] 44) Modjo – Lady (Hear Me Tonight) [44:20] 45) Daft Punk – One More Time [45:36] 47) Eurythmics – Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) [46:37] 48) Bon Jovi – Livin’ On A Prayer [47:41] 49) Mana – Oye Mi Amor [48:46] 50) a-ha – Take on Me (Live) [50:37] 51) Michael Jackson – Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough [52:36] 52) Rick James – Give It To Me Baby [54:18] 53) Sergio Vargas – La Ventanita [55:46] 54) Benny Sadel – Que Pasara [57:08] 55) Bonny Cepeda – La Fotografia [58:47] 56) Los Hermanos Rosario – Mi Tonto Amor [60:24] 57) Fernandito Villalona – No Podras [61:45] 58) Rubby Perez – Tu Vas A Volar [63:40] 59) Juan Luis Guerra – El Farolito [65:21] 60) Anthony Santos – Yo Me Muero Por Ti (Live) [67:17] 61) Aventura – La Novelita (Live) [68:42] 62) Aventura – Amor Bonito (Novela 2) [69:09] 63) Teodoro Reyes – Los Pobres Tambien Lloran [70:22] 64) Anthony Santos – Ay Mujer [71:31] 65) Anthony Santos – Te Vas Amor [72:26] 66) Raulin Rodriguez – Medicina De Amor [73:17] 67) Raulin Rodriguez – Su Novio Primero [74:30] 68) Luis Miguel Del Amargue – Niña Coqueta [76:25] 69) Elvis Martinez – Fabula De Amor [77:50] 70) Jose Manuel El Sultan – Elizabeth [79:05] 71) Kiko Rodriguez – Vagabundo, Borracho y Loco [80:19] 72) Joe Veras – Se Te Nota [81:02] 73) Teodoro Reyes – Morire Bebiendo [81:52] 74) Luis Vargas – Esa Mujer [83:45] 75) Juan Bautista – Por Mala Fe [85:05] 76) Hildemaro – Desde El Fondo De Mi Corazon [87:17] 77) Willie Gonzalez – Pequeñas Cosas [89:18] 78) Maelo Ruiz, Pedro Conga – Si Supieras [90:33] 79) Jerry Rivera – Cuenta Conmigo [92:17] 80) Tito Rojas – Ella Se Hizo Deseo [93:51] 81) Eddie Santiago – Me Fallaste [95:38] 82) Grupo Niche – Gotas De Lluvia [96:50] 83) Frankie Ruiz – Ironia [99:06] 84) Los Adolescentes – Personal Ideal [101:21] 85) Selena – Amor Prohibido (Live) [103:03] 86) Selena – Como La Flor (Live) [104:11] 87) Ini Kamoze – World A Reggae (Out In The Street They Call It Murder) [105:15] 88) Buju Banton – Champion [106:39] 89) Red Fox, Rayvon – Bashment Party [107:36] 90) Wayne Wonder – Searching Dem Searching [108:40] 91) Beenie Man – Who Am I [109:02] 92) Mr. Vegas – Nike Air (Hands In The Air) [110:22] 93) Sean Paul – Infiltrate [110:54] 94) Red Rat – Tight Up Skirt [111:57] 95) Mr. Vegas – Heads High [112:53] 96) Louchie Lou & Michie One – Rich Girl [114:24] 97) Cutty Ranks – Limb By Limb [115:38] 98) Chaka Demus & Pliers – Murder She Wrote [116:27] 99) Chaka Demus & Pliers – Bam Bam [117:38] 100) Tanto Metro & Devonte – Everyone Falls in Love [118:21] 101) Sean Paul ft Keyshia Cole – Give It Up To Me [119:31] 102) Wayne Wonder – No Letting Go [120:35] 103) Rupee – Tempted to Touch [122:25] 104) Kevin Lyttle – Turn Me On [123:23] 105) Nelly – Hot In Herre [124:18] 106) Snoop Dogg ft Pharell Williams – Beautiful [125:20] 107) Jagged Edge ft Nelly – Where The Party At [126:31] 108) Fatman Scoop ft Faith Evans – Be Faithful [128:12] 109) Usher ft Lil Jon & Ludacris – Yeah! [129:13] 110) Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz – Get Low [130:55] 111) Ciara ft Petey Pablo – Goodies [131:22] 112) Missy Elliot – Work It [132:00] 113) Busta Rhymes ft P. Diddy & Pharell – Pass The Courvoisier Part II [132:30] 114) DMX – Party Up [133:00] 115) Dr. Dre ft Snoop Dogg & Nate Dogg – The Next Episode [134:30] 116) Fat Joe ft Terror Squad – Lean Back [135:50] 117) 50 Cent, Olivia – Candy Shop [136:50] 118) N.O.R.E. – Nothin’ [138:08] 119) Nas ft The Bravehearts – Oochie Wally [139:26] 120) Lil’ Kim ft 50 Cent – Magic Stick [140:54] 121) 50 Cent – In Da Club [141:12] 122) The Game ft 50 Cent – How We Do [141:43] 123) Jay-Z – I Just Wanna Love U (Give It 2 Me) [143:36] 124) Jim Jones – We Fly High [144:37] 125) Jay-Z – Public Service Announcement [144:57] 126) 50 Cent – What Up Gangsta [145:42] 127) The Diplomats – Dipset Anthem [146:10] 128) Cam’ron, Lil Wayne – Suck It or Not [147:30] 129) The Diplomats – I Really Mean It [148:15] 130) Cam’ron, Juelz Santana – Oh Boy [148:43] 131) Kanye West – Can’t Tell Me Nothing [150:17] 132) Jay-Z – U Don’t Know [151:32] 133) Don Omar, Tego Calderon – Bandoleros [152:38] 134) T-Pain ft Akon – Bartender [154:25] 135) T-Pain – I’m Sprung [155:58] 136) Diddy ft Ginuwine, Loon & Mario Winans – I Need a Girl (Pt. 2) [157:40] 137) Akon ft Snoop Dogg – I Wanna Love You [158:48] 138) Mario – Let Me Love You [159:57] 139) Lloyd ft Lil Wayne – You [161:01] 140) Usher – U Don’t Have To Call [162:34] 141) Mya – Case Of The Ex (Whatcha Gonna Do) [163:32] 142) 112 – It’s Over Now [164:30] 143) Mario Winans – I Don’t Wanna Know [166:57] 144) Outkast – Ms. Jackson [167:57] 145) Bobby Valentino – Slow Down [169:47] 146) Fantasia – When I See U [171:47] 147) Ne-Yo – So Sick [172:46] 148) Keyshia Cole ft Missy Elliot & Lil’ Kim – Let It Go [173:47] 149) Ja Rule ft Lil’ Mo & Vita – Put It On Me [175:39] 150) Lil’ Flip ft Lea – Sunshine [177:20] 151) 50 Cent ft Nate Dogg – 21 Questions [178:41] 152) Fabolous ft Mike Shorey & Lil’ Mo – Can’t Let You Go [180:52] 153) Ja Rule ft Ashanti – Always On Time [182:11] 154) Cam’ron, Juelz Santana – Hey Ma [183:31] 155) G-Unit ft Joe – Wanna Get To Know You [185:07] 156) Busta Rhymes ft Flipmode Squad & Mariah Carey – I Know What You Want [186:40] 157) Jadakiss ft Mariah Carey – U Make Me Wanna [188:09] 158) Usher – Bad Girl [189:23] 159) Baby Bash, Frankie J – Suga Suga [191:13] 160) Monica – So Gone [192:32] 161) Nelly ft Kelly Rowland – Dilemma [194:03] 162) Justin Timberlake ft T.I. – My Love [195:34] 163) Lloyd – Get It Shawty [198:16] 164) R. Kelly – Ignition (Remix) [199:16] 165) Usher – U Got It Bad [200:47] 166) Ludacris, Lil Jon & Usher – Lovers And Friends [203:43] 167) Backstreet Boys – I Want It That Way [207:43]
TIMESTAMPS : 5:02 Hollywood's bleeding 7:55 Better Now 12:58 Saint Tropez 16:13 Goodbyes 18:56 Die for me 21:19 Allergic 23:56 Candy Paint 28:05 Psycho 30:34 On the road ft. Meek Mill 34:14 Enemies 36:33 Wow 39:16 Paranoid 43:38 I fall apart 47:30 Over Now 51:54 Take What You Want 55:58 Stay 1:00:23 Circles 1:04:46 Go Flex 1:08:07 No Limit by G-Eazy 1:10:34 I Wanna Rock by G-Eazy 1:13:30 White Iverson 1:17:43 Sunflower ft. Swae Lee 1:20:21 Rockstar 1:23:42 Guitar Smashing 1:27:33 Congratulations Team UNPLUGGED.
5:02 Hollywood's bleeding 7:55 Better Now 12:58 Saint Tropez 16:13 Goodbyes 18:56 Die for me 21:19 Allergic 23:56 Candy Paint 28:05 Psycho 30:34 On the road ft. Meek Mill 34:14 Enemies 36:33 Wow 39:16 Paranoid 43:38 I fall apart 47:30 Over Now 51:54 Take What You Want 55:58 Stay 1:00:23 Circles 1:04:46 Go Flex 1:08:07 No Limit by G-Eazy 1:10:34 I Wanna Rock by G-Eazy 1:13:30 White Iverson 1:17:43 Sunflower ft. Swae Lee 1:20:21 Rockstar 1:23:42 Guitar Smashing 1:27:33 Congratulations Team UNPLUGGED.
Bill Withers - You Got The Stuff (1979) Bruce Johnston - Deirdre (1977) Not bad on Sunflower, but excrement here. Frank Sinatra - I Sing The Songs (1977) Written by Bruce Johnston. Barry Manilow's Grammy-winning version was actually the third recording, after Captain and Tennille and David Cassidy. But if you listen to this show, you already know that. The Soft Machine - Feelin' Reelin' Squeeling' (1967) Sons of Champlin - Fat City (1966) Lead singer Bill Champlin joined Chicago in 1982. The Archies - Don't Touch My Guitar (1969) The French Fries (Sky and the Family Stone) - Danse A La Musique (1968) The Shaggs - Things I Wonder (1969) Pink Floyd - Comfortably Numb (demo) (1979) Utopia - Sunburst Finish (1977) The Beach Boys - Loop De Loop (1970) The Beach Boys - 'Til I Die (Remix) (1970) Brian Wilson - It's Over Now (1977) My Two Favorite Side-Long Songs: Renaissance - Song of Scheherazade (1975) Yes - The Gates of Delirium (live in Detroit) (1976)
This Episode Is Brought To You By: https://www.2linedmusichutstore.com | Enter promo code ERP20 at check out to receive 20% off your first purchaseRecording Artist, Sound Man and Promoter FRETTY pulled up to the Entertainment Report Podcast for a great conversation about his career. Fretty spoke about playing his first sound system in Jamaica, Sky Juice and Metro Media, meeting Wayne Wonder as a child, rapping on 'It's Over Now' with Wayne Wonder for Pick Out Records, recording and touring with Shocking Vibes, Dave Kelly, meeting Beenie Man, Wayne Wonder and Himself recording an album for Steely & Clevie, meeting a young Garnett Silk at Mixing Lab Studio, Spragga Benz, Daddy Screw, moving to Canada and joining King Emperor sound from Jane & Finch. Fretty also spoke about becoming a promoter in Toronto and working with Baby Cham, Wayne Wonder, Buju Banton, Freddie McGregor, L.U.S.T, Mikey Spice and so much more. THIS IS A MUST WATCH!!! Don't Forget To Subscribe. Enjoy!
Puntata 28 – Playlist: 01 – David Crosby – Laughing ..02 – Small Sur – Two Mantras ..03 – Los Indios Tabajaras – Maria Elena ..04 – Midnigh Oil – The Dead Heart ..05 – Paddy Casey – It's Over Now..06 – Joni Mitchell – The Circle Game..07 – Thunderclap Newman – Something in the Air ..08 – Smog – Our Anniversary ..09 – Pink Floyd – Gunner's Dream ..10 – Ivano Fossati – La Pianta del Tè..11 – Gotan Project – Santa Maria ..12 – Rich Hopkins and Luminarios – El Otro Lado
We are back in the Enchanted Forest, Storybrooke, Neverland, Oz and wherever else the magic beans are taking us. Yes, this week we make a final dive back into Once Upon a Time to exhaust this topic and exhaust you.If you want to listen to Regina the Evil Queen aka actress Lana Parrilla's dance version of It's Over Now (truly a club classic) you can do so here. Where else would you get this kind of information?! This podcast is basically the news.Also, apologies to Mach-Hommy for Ruth mispronouncing your name, but in our defence, we don't know anything, so...Send your messages to email@example.com
"Your weekly dose of Funky House Music from Around the World." - DJ MIDIMACK June 2021 Funky House Mix Pt. 2 (Ep 182) Playlist: Ride This Sound by Riva Starr (London) feat. Imaginary Cities Live For The Music by CamelPhat (UK) Yurican Soul by Monki (London) Listen Up by DJ Marika (Romania)/Al-Fernandez (Spain)/Lulian Badea (Romania) Good Times by SAXMODE (UK) Relight My Fire by SAXMODE (UK) All Alone by DJ Fopp (Italy)/Danele Danieli (Italy) It's Over Now by Glovibes (USA)/Lana Parrilla (USA) Happy People by David Penn (Spain)/Milk & Sugar (Germany) Give It To Me by Brokenears (Italy) Give Me Love by Foo Funkers (Italy)/Diego Forsinetti (?) Cold Light by KC Lights (Scotland)/Leo Stannard (UK) Its Not Over by Hrag Beko (USA) Coco Loco by Crazibiza (USA/Hungary) Gira Gira by Gary Caos (Italy) Reap by Lee Cabrera (USA)/Marco Lys (Italy) Fantasy by Tom One (UK)/SAXMODE (UK) Breakaway by Grant Nelson (UK) Disco Lover by Serial Thrilla (UK) Back To Me by Chaney (UK) feat. Laura Davie Free Tiger by Vlada Asanin (Serbia) In The Storm by Dimitri T Jay (Italy) Everybody Jumping by Nari (?)/T&C (?) www.themixbagpodcast.com www.patreon.com/djmidimack Thank You for listening! Support this podcast
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TRUE HOUSE STORIES W/ TEDDY DOUGLAS (BASEMENT BOYS) # 036 - PART 2 In this Segment Teddy discovers songwriter and diva vocalist Ultra Nate'. The Basement Boys begin to work with Major Labels such as Warner Brothers, Eternal, MCA and Mercury Records. The first trip to London when he signs “It's Over Now” and meets Norman Jay. A music conference and a cassette is handed to the guys and Crystal Waters is discovered. Crystal writes the “Gypsy Woman” Song for Ultra Nate album and it released as Crystal Waters. Dj Danny Tenaglia breaks the record out at the Winter Music Conference and not too far after it goes Gold. Basement Boys are the hottest commodity in the game and Teddy wants to follow Motown Records and make it a family business with the same.
In the first hour of Episode 51 I bring you a right royal mash up of tunes from past, present and future, with tracks from The Magic Track, Luther Vandross, Javi Frias, Paul Older, Mark Whites, Brothers in Arts, Kraak & Smaak, Superbreak and loads more. Lots of my current favourites in here, but a few little blasts from the past too. Oh, and there’s something slow, slinky and a bit silly from me - which is brand new and available as a free download. For the second hour it’s my absolute pleasure to hand things over to one of the classiest selectors on the scene, the fabulous Ferdinand Debeaufort. Ferdinand effortlessly blends together disco edits and dusty vintage sounding cuts to create a velvety smooth guest mix. The mix features productions from some of the best producers around, and a couple from himself too, including an absolutely sublime forthcoming tune called Sexy Million Dollar Man. This mix is a real treat, huge thanks to Ferdinand for doing it. Please show him some support… https://soundcloud.com/user-181936486 https://www.instagram.com/ferdinanddebeaufort/ https://www.facebook.com/DJFerdinandDebeaufort This show went out live on Stream101 Radio, and I’ll be back in two weeks with a brilliant guest mix from Evil Smarty. Be there - 9pm 29th March, mixlr.com/stream101. In the meantime catch all of Stream101's shows on their mixcloud - https://www.mixcloud.com/stream101/ HOUR 1 TRACKLIST The Magic Track - Juju Love Spell Superbreak - Shot Out (SB Disco edit) The Rebirth - Evil Vibrations Luther Vandross - It's Over Now (mikeandtess edit 4 mix) Even Funkier - Feelin' Lurrrve Javi Frias - Really Need To Talk Ferdinand Debeaufort - Around Young Pulse - Don't You Know, Baby Dabeull - Don't Stop (feat. Michael Tee) Breakwater - Say You Love Me Girl (Dj Provoke edit) Paul Older - Hu-Man Kraak & Smaak - 24HR Fling (OPOLOPO Remix) Mark Whites - Satisfaction (21 Again Remix) Brothers in Arts - Where Your Shoes At Fixed Angles - Anikana Universe City - Can You Get Down FERDINAND DEBEAUFORT GUEST MIX Ferdinand Debeaufort - Groovin' In All Directions Sould out - French Boogie Jack Tennis - Jorge's Pipa Javis Frias - On Fire The Funk District - No Worries Ed Wizard & Disco Double Dee - The Need Inside Picossu - Open Sesame Ferdinand Debeaufort - Sexy Million Dollar Man Javi Frias - Mood For Love Igor Gonya - Zui Quan Poookie Knights - Makes Me A Weiner
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Dave (Junior) Ellefson sits down with Robb for a deep dive into his early days in Minnesota starting bands, his family history on the Ellefson farm, his great new cover of Post Malone’s “Over Now”, his serendipitous meeting of Dave Mustaine 5 days after landing in Los Angeles, Mustaine’s reaction the first time he listened to Metallica’s “Kill ‘Em All”, and working on the very first Megadeth songs before the band even had a name.Great shit!!Support Our Sponsors!Betterhelp is here to help you achieve your goals and consult with an online therapist form the privacy and comfort of your home. For 10% off your first month, go to betterhelp.com/FLYNNThe newest episodes are always free, but if you want access to all the archives, watch live, chat live, access to the forums, and get the show before it comes out everywhere else, you can subscribe now at GaSDigitalNetwork.com and use the promo code NFR for a 14-day free trial!
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"The Storm is Over Now" Supporting Verses: Isaiah 43:2, Mark 4: 35-41 Go Deeper: Isaiah 41:10, John 16:33, Psalm 23:4, listen to Kirk Franklin "The Storm is Over Now", Read "Footprints in the Sand" by Margaret Fishback Powers Bible Verse of the Day: Matthew 6:7-8 --- 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/godsexandlove/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/godsexandlove/support
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On the new Pop Shop Podcast, the team discusses if Blackpink’s new single “Ice Cream” is potentially the song that will take the act to the next level in America after years of steadily growing their fanbase in the States. Plus, there’s chart news on BTS’ big debut at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with “Dynamite” and how Taylor Swift’s “Folklore” ties for the most weeks at No. 1 in 2020 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. Beyond that, the team chats about Katy Perry’s new album “Smile,” Dua Lipa’s remix set “Club Future Nostalgia,” Calvin Harris and The Weeknd’s new single “Over Now” and Christina Aguilera’s new version of “Reflection” from the film “Mulan.”
Get Exclusive Pop Culture Show video interviews, video content and bonus video exclusively from our Instagram. Sign up for our Pop Cult and be the first to get show announcements, free stuff and insider information only available to cult members.Intro (00:00):Welcome to the Pop Culture Show with Barnes, Leslie, and Cubby. Barnes (00:03):Please rate, review, and subscribe to the Pop Culture Show. I'm Barnes. That there is Leslie, and over there it's Cubby. Hey, what's going on gang? Leslie (00:12):Hello. Cubby (00:13):The band is back together for another exciting week, man. Barnes (00:16):We're back. Today, Charles Esten will be on the show today. A lot of people know him from Nashville, but most recently on one of the top five shows, called Outer Banks, on Netflix. He's the lead, he's the adult lead. There is a kid lead, or a couple of kid leads. You guys have to watch it, it's so good. Leslie (00:34):I definitely want to, especially because his character is so different from what he played on Nashville. Barnes (00:38):So Charles Esten is coming up, The Pop Culture, atthepopcultureshow.com is the hub. That's where you can listen anywhere you like to listen, like Apple Podcasts, iHeartRadio, Pandora, or where ever you get your podcasts. Hey, next week Ken Fuchs will be on the show. He is the director of every show on TV. The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, Shark Tank, Family Feud, Press Your Luck, To Tell the Truth, maybe not Press Your Luck... To Tell the Truth, I can't even keep up with... Leslie (01:11):It's unbelievable. Barnes (01:12):It's unbelievable. Cubby (01:12):It'll be fun to talk to him and ask him a lot of questions about how things have changed in a COVID world. Barnes (01:18):So many stories from behind the scenes. Just on Shark Tank alone, imagine dealing with all those personalities on a daily basis, for hours at a time. It's got to be very, very interesting. So we'll talk to Ken next week. Got a shout-out to give out. Christina Warren at Microsoft in Seattle, who listens to our podcast, thank you. She was tweeting us the other day. She's a long-time listener, Fram, of The Morning X. Leslie (01:44):Thank you, Christina. Barnes (01:45):Back to when she was, I think she said she was like 10. Leslie (01:48):Of course. Makes us feel old. Barnes (01:50):No kidding. Cubby (01:51):Christina doesn't know me, but she'll be happy to know that I use a Microsoft Surface every day for the recording of this podcast and for my radio show. So shout-out to Microsoft. Barnes (02:00):I think she might know you because she lived in New York City and she was a writer for Mashable. Cubby (02:06):Oh, very cool. Yeah. I know Mashable. Barnes (02:08):So I have a feeling she knows who Cubby is. Cubby (02:11):Well Christina, thank you for the love and support of The Pop Culture Show. Barnes (02:14):We have some other great news. We're trying every tactic to get you to listen. So now we're going to cut right to the bribe... We're going to pay you. Cubby (02:25):Yeah. Leslie (02:26):Wow. Barnes (02:27):We have money. This is called Pop Quiz and we will start this next week, because we have to tell you about it first. Cubby (02:34):So basically, starting next week you have a chance to win $50. We're going to ask you a question about The Pop Culture Show, a question from a past episode, correct? Barnes (02:42):Yeah, and it's not going to be easy. Cubby (02:43):Right. It's going to be kind of hard. Barnes (02:45):Not the past, but the week prior. Cubby (02:48):Right, the week prior. Exactly. And then if you od not get the question right, well that's a win for everybody else because that $50 rolls to next week, and it goes to $100. And then it goes to $150 if nobody gets it after that. And who knows, if this goes on for a year, we may be up to $25,000. Barnes (03:07):And you'll be in serious tax debt. It'll be fabulous. Cubby (03:10):And we'll have a problem. A big problem. Leslie (03:11):Wait a second, why don't we have Ken Fuchs, who's the director of Family Feud, just be the director of the pop quiz for The Pop Culture Show? Barnes (03:17):We're expanding, people. We're expanding. Leslie (03:19):It's so easy. Just go to the pinned post on Facebook and in the comment section just say, "Quiz me." Barnes (03:27):That's it. We're going to pick someone at random from whoever... We'll keep that as a running post. So this'll be an ongoing thing on the show until it's not anymore. Until we're broke and we have to start refinancing our house. Cubby (03:37):Right. Now this person is going to join us on the phone or on Zoom, and we're going to ask the question live. Barnes (03:44):Pop quiz will be 10 seconds. So we'll say, "Cubby, on last week's show..." Who was our guest? Oh, Oz. "On last week's show, who said they were going to quit drinking Diet Coke? Go." Cubby (03:55):Right. And we'd be like, "Barnes." Barnes (03:57):Boom. Win $50.And then if they say, "Cubby," bum, bum, bum... Then next week it's $100. Too easy. Leslie (04:04):Do we get winning music too, Barnes? Barnes (04:07):Oh, man. There's not enough time in the day. Cubby (04:09):No, I agree. We need some fanfare. Leslie (04:11):Yeah. Barnes (04:12):We will. We'll do it up. We'll do it up. Yup. That'll start next week, so please just go to that post and put, "Quiz me," if you want to be in the running to get quizzed. You guys have a good week? Cubby (04:22):I had an amazing week. I got to tell you... Guys, pumpkin spice is back, man. Barnes (04:28):At Starbucks? Cubby (04:29):Starbucks and Dunkin. It's the earliest they've ever started it. It started August 25th I believe for both. And I tell you, I'm a big fan. What about you guys, are you pumpkin spice people? Barnes (04:39):You sound like you've had four of them right now. Cubby (04:42):Hey man... Well that and the Adderall. But I'm tell you. Leslie (04:46):We learn something new about Cubby every week. Barnes (04:48):Jäger, Adderall, pumpkin spice. Leslie (04:52):Dang. Cubby (04:52):Leslie, are you a pumpkin spice fan? Because you strike me as a pumpkin spice fan. Leslie (04:55):I am, I'm a little concerned about the calories in there. Cubby (04:58):Oh, who cares? Calories don't count. Barnes (05:00):I just asked Cubby about a calorie count on Jäger this week because I'm concerned. Cubby (05:04):Yeah. It's like 100 a shot I believe. Barnes (05:05):Heather looked over at me, she was playing your story and goes, "Cubby's drinking again." I was like, "At what point... And now I've got other people telling me to lookout for my co-host." Cubby (05:14):Well you know what it is... Look, Barnes, you have two kids and when they were that young, you had to drink a little more to keep up with them. Barnes (05:22):Truth. Cubby (05:24):It's a long days, and daddy needs a little treat. Barnes (05:28):You do make a good point. Cubby (05:29):Yeah. Barnes (05:30):That's the highlight of your week, that pumpkin spice is back? Cubby (05:32):Pumpkin spice is back, fall is in the air, I love fall. I'm just happy as can be. How about you, Leslie? Leslie (05:40):I dropped my phone, my cell phone, in between the washer and dryer- Barnes (05:43):Good! Leslie (05:44):[crosstalk 00:05:44] no space there. [Lannie 00:05:47] was out of town... Not out of town, Lannie was not here, and I kept hearing my phone ring and so I'm in panic mode. I tried every utensil in the kitchen, from tongs to anything that would reach down. So finally I was like, what else in the house can I use? Barnes (06:04):I would have paid to have seen this. Leslie (06:05):So I found a hanger. So I get this hanger, now I've made it worse. Now, as I'm trying to get my cell phone in between the washer, dryer, I push my cell phone under the washing machine. Cubby (06:18):Oh, you made it worse. Leslie (06:19):Made it worse. So I shimmied... Which, by the way, it's kind of heavy. I shimmied the washer out a little bit, I climbed on the dryer, seriously climbed on the dryer, got some tongs from the kitchen, dropped myself onto the floor under the washing machine, and got my cell phone out. This went on for like an hour and a half. Cubby (06:43):Leslie has the best stories, man- Leslie (06:45):I do have the photos to prove it all too. Cubby (06:47):I thought you couldn't top the whole following a random truck story, but this might be up there- Barnes (06:52):It could be- Cubby (06:53):It's incredible. Barnes (06:53):I was only applauding because I thought, "Finally she's broken that damn Android and she's going to come into iPhone." Leslie (06:59):No. No. Cubby (06:59):By the way, Leslie, was this during business hours, so peak time where the phone was ringing like you said, and people needed you? Leslie (07:04):Yeah, it was peak time. It was peak time. I thought Lannie was going to call and get nervous. Barnes (07:08):Keith Urban's calling. Cubby (07:09):Where's Leslie? Barnes (07:10):Yeah. She's between the washer and the dryer. Cubby (07:13):That's great. Barnes (07:14):Nice. Leslie (07:15):What about you, Barnes? Barnes (07:17):I'll do it quickly, I got my flu shot. I think it's a first time ever. Leslie (07:21):Really? Barnes (07:21):I just happened to be at Public's and they were like, "Get a flu shot and we'll give you a $10 gift card." I'm a sucker for a gift card, hit me. So I got a flu shot. I busted a PI out in front of my house. Leslie (07:21):What? Barnes (07:34):So there was a private... I kept noticing this car, this car with super tinted windows, camped out in my space. And so I got my gun and went outside. I'm like, "Whoever this is..." Leslie (07:51):Was your gun visible? Barnes (07:52):It wasn't in my hand. I wasn't in full... But you don't know these days. Leslie (07:56):Okay. Okay. Barnes (07:56):What someone's going to do. And I thought the guy was dead. I thought the dude in the car was dead. So I'm looking through, and tint was so dark that I had to look through the front window. So I did old fake on the phone, walked past. And then I turned and looked in the car, and the dude didn't move. And I'm like, "Okay well he's dead." So, that was my first thought. I thought, "This dude is dead." So I started doing, you know when the cop comes up behind you on the side of a car? You can't see him, but he can see in? Cubby (08:26):Right. Barnes (08:26):So I started doing that, and I had one hand on my gun, because I didn't know what was going to happen. I thought, "Well if this guy's dead, maybe whoever killed him is behind him in the seat." I can't see in the car at all. So I get up there and I look in, and then all of a sudden the door cracks and I'm like, "Whoa, hey!" The dude gets out, and he goes, "Sorry. I'm a private investigator." I'm like, "Well, then I guess you're not investigating me, because I guess you wouldn't be so obvious." He said, "No." I said, "Well dude, half the block is already calling the police because you've been sitting here for 10 hours with your car running and we thought you were dead or you were up to something no good." He said he was on an insurance case. I was like, "So, you want to come on our podcast? We can talk about..." I'm not kidding. Cubby (09:15):Now I feel like a loser. The highlight of my week was pumpkin spice, and you guys had death and MacGruber going on over here with Leslie. Unreal. Barnes (09:26):I suck. Leslie (09:27):Is that a line you would ever do, being a PI? Barnes (09:29):Just for fun. It's all very mysterious. Leslie (09:33):So I have a question for both of you, Barnes, Cubby. Have you ever, in Hollywood, have you ever dated anyone 20 years younger or older than you? Barnes (09:43):No. Cubby (09:44):No. Not me. Leslie (09:45):Never ever? Well guess what- Barnes (09:46):Maybe in my dreams Leslie (09:47):Guess what? We have the world's first extreme age gap dating site. Barnes (09:52):This is a real thing? Leslie (09:53):20 Dating. So you could date someone 20 years younger or 20 years older. It's a new app- Cubby (09:53):What? Leslie (10:01):Yeah. It's pretty extreme. It's funny because when I saw this story, I thought of all the actors in Hollywood because most of the guys are dating people 20 years or more younger than them. Barnes (10:11):It's these dudes in their 70s that are dating 40 year olds. There are a lot of them. Leslie (10:17):Yeah. The site only matches users with people 20 years younger. Yeah. Barnes (10:17):Dennis Quaid. Leslie (10:17):Yeah. Barnes (10:21):I know he's one. Leslie (10:22):He just got married. Barnes (10:23):Harrison Ford is at least 20 over Calista Flockhart. But that's been a while. There's several of them. Cubby (10:28):And then Brad Pitt has a new chick. Leslie (10:30):New German model he's dating who's I would say 30 years younger than he is. Cubby (10:36):It's a shame nobody here is single on this show, because it would be fun to have somebody on to test it would. But I would never try it out- Barnes (10:43):You would go older, right Cubby? Cubby (10:44):Me? No. No. I'm 49, man. Barnes (10:48):That was just a joke. Leslie (10:50):By the way, the app is called Gaper. G-A-P-E-R. Barnes (10:54):The name is even bad. Leslie (10:57):It's unbelievable. Barnes (10:58):So what do you think is their biggest demographic that goes on there? Girls in their 20s trying to get a sugar daddy? Cubby (11:05):I think sugar daddy. That's exactly what I was going to say. It's young girls looking for the older guys. That's my thought. Leslie (11:09):You don't think it's older guys looking for the younger girls? Cubby (11:11):Well that too. I think it goes both ways. Leslie (11:12):Yeah. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Barnes (11:12):So it does go both ways, because the older guys have the cash, which is what the younger girls want. Cubby (11:16):Correct. Barnes (11:17):They just have to give up the booty. I've heard about so many of these things where these girls get into... And I've actually met people in travel who are with someone that old. You get them drinking and they'll start telling stories. Literally will go sit in their room, the dudes, will go sit in their room all day, and these girls are out doing everything. And then you'll see him at dinner and the girl's just a little trophy hanging on his arm. Cubby (11:46):Oh, yeah. Barnes (11:46):It's the weirdest thing. Leslie (11:48):It's super weird. But they want a different lifestyle, potentially. Barnes (11:51):Correct. Cubby (11:52):And both are happy. I think the older dude is happy because he has the arm candy. And she's eating lobster and steak, it's a win-win. Leslie (11:59):Curious to see how popular though this app will be. Chadwick Boseman (12:04):Evacuate the city. Engage all defenses. Get this man a shield. [inaudible 00:12:12]. In my culture, death is not the end. Leslie (12:30):So sad that we learned of the passing of actor Chadwick Boseman. That was him bringing the Black Panther to life. I was shocked when I saw the news because no one knew that he was sick. He had stage 3 colon cancer that he got in 2016, and he never told anyone. So he had been battling with this for years. Barnes (12:47):I thought it was one of those internet memes. Cubby (12:49):Me too. Barnes (12:49):I thought it was one of those fake death high profile person that's so sad. Cubby (12:56):43. Leslie (12:57):And if you look at the movies that he made, he brought a lot of these heroes, these black heroes, to life. I don't know if you ever saw the Thurgood Marshall movie he did called Marshall, I watched last night because I had never seen it before. Get on Up, the James Brown movie. He brought James Brown to life. It was unbelievable. Have you ever seen him play James Brown? Cubby (13:16):Nope. I never saw that movie, but I saw the clips. You would think you're watching James Brown. Leslie (13:21):And then of course, baseball icon Jackie Robinson in the movie 42. Just incredible movies at a young, and for him to die so young at the age of 43, it's tragic. Barnes (13:32):Dude not only had skills but had just something inside him that's different than everybody else. He filmed a lot of those big movies while going chemo and going through treatment. Cubby (13:42):And nobody knew. And it's funny how he treated his fans like gold. He really was an icon both on film and real life. He just was a super good guy. Never met him, but I heard he was one of the nicest guys. Leslie (13:57):And the stories that are coming out from all the actors, as you know that he played with, especially Denzel Washington who had a statement the other day saying he was, "A gentle soul and a brilliant artist who will stay with us for eternity through his iconic performances over his short, yet illustrious career." Denzel, by the way, financed his studies at this theater program and the University of Oxford. Sad story. Are you guys following Nandi Bushell the little 10 year old phenom drummer? Barnes (14:28):She's awesome. Cubby (14:29):No. Barnes (14:29):How did she become a thing? She just one of these people that started playing the drums on YouTube and... Leslie (14:35):Yeah. I think she's got almost 100 thousand followers on YouTube. But she was inspired early on by seeing a drum kit of Ringo Starr's, but she's a huge Foo Fighter's fan. She's been on a lot of TV shows, she's already been on every morning show and Ellen. But anyway, she challenged Dave Grohl. I don't know if you ever saw her do her drum-off of Everlong, but she challenged Dave Grohl and Dave came back, I guess Dave got a lot of tweets- Barnes (15:02):He did. Leslie (15:02):Dave just accepted. Dave Grohl from the Foo Fighters accepted Nandi Bushell's challenge. Barnes (15:08):Check this clip out, this is him. He has just played Everlong, and I'm a drummer, I will tell you that playing a Foo Fighters song will take the breath out of you completely, like most of them. So that's why he sounds like he's breathing heavy, he just played Everlong. But here's his response, he did video back to her. Nandi Bushell (15:26):Hey everyone. Dave Grohl has just responded to my battle request. I can't wait to watch it. Let's see what he says. Dave Grohl (15:33):In the last week, I've gotten at least 100 texts from people all over the world saying, "This girl is challenging you to a drum-off. What are you going to do?" Now look, I've seen all your videos, I've seen you on TV. You're an incredible drummer. I'm really flattered that you've picked some of my songs to do for your videos and you've done it all perfectly. So today, I'm going to give you something you may not have heard before. This is a song called Dead End Friends from a band called Them Crooked Vultures, which is me playing drums, Josh Homme from Queens of the Stone Age playing guitar and singing, and John Paul Jones from Led Zeppelin playing bass. This is my response to your challenge. So now the ball is in your court. Barnes (16:29):Dave Grohl gets it on so many levels, it's unbelievable. He's so smart to play these games. Cubby (16:35):And she is going to be Cindy Blackman. Barnes (16:38):She's awesome. Cubby (16:39):You know who Cindy Blackman is, right? Leslie (16:40):No. Cubby (16:41):The drummer for Lenny Kravitz- Barnes (16:43):She looks like her as a kid. Leslie (16:44):She does look like her and it's funny that you say Lenny Kravitz because if you go on her YouTube page, Nandi is jamming with Lenny Kravitz at O2 Arena. Barnes (16:54):It's just wild hearing them, "Yeah, so here's the song. It's me on drums and John Paul Jones from Led Zeppelin on guitar. Have fun with that." Leslie (17:03):Anybody watch Bill and Ted Face the Music? Cubby (17:05):Last night. Leslie (17:06):You did? Cubby (17:07):I watched it because I loved the original. Leslie (17:10):It's really funny because originally they were going to have them as their older selves interacting with their younger selves, but they just went ahead and did I guess Keanu and Alex Winter, how do they look? Cubby (17:19):It actually looked pretty, they looked great. I really thought they looked great. Obviously they look older, but it was fun. I'm not going to lie, I was surprised. It's got I believe 78% on Rotten Tomatoes and I said to myself, "That's pretty good. I don't know if it's going to be that good." And actually, I was pleasantly surprised. Hour and a half, which is perfect, and it was fun. It really was fun. A lot of the older characters you kind of forgot about show up in the movie too. Barnes (17:43):I'm just all done with remakes. Cubby (17:46):Well, yeah. Remember we were laughing a couple weeks ago about all the reboots that Leslie had- Leslie (17:50):It's all there is. Cubby (17:51):All there is, yeah. Leslie (17:52):Original they said they were going to use CGI for George Carlin, but I guess they decided not to. But you liked it, what kind of rating would you give it? Cubby (18:02):B+. Barnes (18:02):Really? Cubby (18:03):I think that if you're my age, I'm 49 years old, so I was a kid when the first one came out, you'll like it for the nostalgia part. My wife, who's 10 years younger than me, she saw the original, didn't quite remember it that well, she was into the first 30 minutes and then I noticed she was on her phone a lot after that. Leslie (18:21):She was like, out. Barnes (18:21):Yeah. Cubby (18:22):And that's how you tell to me a good movie. If you're not looking at your phone a lot. Barnes (18:26):I yell at Heather for that. We'll start a new series- Cubby (18:29):Oh, I hate that. Barnes (18:30):And she'll be on her phone at the beginning, I'm like, "Listen, you got to put the phone down." Cubby (18:33):Especially when you know they're going to like it. I'm like, "Please, give it 10, 15 minutes." Leslie (18:37):The only time I'm on my phone is with live TV, or something that might be live, like a season finale... Because I want to see what people are saying on Twitter, the hashtags. Like Yellowstone last week, which, by the way, just killed it in the ratings. Apparently is the number one most watched cable telecast of the year. Barnes (18:53):Okay. Listen. I tried last night, I'm so sick of everybody getting up in my Yellowstone, "You got to watch, you got to watch, you got to watch." Leslie (19:00):Don't tell me you only watched one episode. Barnes (19:02):Hold on, we put it on and this is when I said to Heather, "Put your phone down, let's give this a chance." And then I was watching it and watching it and then like 30 minutes in, I just looked over, I said, "I don't know if it's just I'm not into this type of culture, or the surroundings and the whole thing. I'm just not into it." Leslie (19:23):That's so surprising because I think if you gave it a couple episodes... I'm so hooked on it. Barnes (19:28):Then that girl started getting undressed. And so that was about 40 minutes in. I'm like, "Okay, well hold on. Don't hang up yet. Don't hang up yet." But I still, it didn't resonate. I feel like it was a cowboy western Sopranos. Leslie (19:43):It's really good. I think Kevin Costner, some of his best work. I don't know, maybe try to give it a couple of more. Barnes (19:49):What are you watching, Fram. Give me something else. Leslie (19:52):Now I'm going back and watching old John Grishom movies, because the new movies just don't hold up for me. Barnes (19:58):You're not watching any TV shows? Leslie (20:00):No, not right now. Cubby (20:01):Right. It's kinds of quiet right now. Leslie (20:02):I just finished Yellowstone. What about you, Cubby? Cubby (20:04):I got to be honest with you, if we were doing this podcast a year ago, I'd be talking to you for an hour about shows I'm watching. But with the baby, and I'm not using this as an excuse, it's non-stop baby and usually when she's up and awake, we have some kind of baby show on. So my only down time is between 7:00 PM and 10:00 PM, and by that time I'm too tired. Yeah, I'm not watching too much TV. Barnes (20:25):We binged Indian Matchmaking. Leslie (20:28):I heard it's good. On Netflix. Barnes (20:30):Excellent. It was so good. It's a good character study. It was excellent and you binge it so fast. My only complaint is that the end of it, eight or 10 episodes, they don't really wrap everything up, they leave it hanging. But it was fascinating. And there's a thing called Bae Watch, have you seen that? B-A-E Watch? Leslie (20:47):Oh. A different Bay Watch. Barnes (20:49):Yeah. Don't waste your time. Netflix is touting it in that upper slider. Leslie (20:53):Mm-hmm (affirmative). Barnes (20:53):It's so bad. It's a U.K. dating show where they send these people to a resort for the weekend and they put cameras everywhere. So I think they're telling them they're on some other type of show, and then they put their family in the adjoining room, who have like 10 screens. Kind of Truman Show-ish, and they're dictating what happens. So they'll go and the director will do an interview and they say, "Ask him how much he likes, if he wants to go to the park later." Leslie (21:17):I won't like this. Cubby (21:21):Not good. Barnes (21:22):We started a second episode and they do the same thing. Cubby (21:25):Can I shout-out one movie, by the way? Have you seen The King of Staten Island? Barnes (21:27):Nope Leslie (21:28):Haven't watched it yet. Cubby (21:29):Surprise me. You'll like it. Do me a favor. It came out in June, it's still on-demand, Pete Davidson, based on- Barnes (21:36):I've heard that's good. Cubby (21:36):His real life story. It's surprisingly good. My wife and I were like, "Wow." Leslie (21:40):Can I tell you why I haven't watched it yet? There's been so much stuff about him, that I'm just like, "Ah..." Barnes (21:45):It's up and down. Cubby (21:46):Yeah, I hear you. Leslie (21:46):You know what I mean? Cubby (21:47):Yeah. Yeah. Leslie (21:48):I don't know. Barnes (21:49):But the best TV I'll leave you with for the week, Love Island. They're nailing it. It's on every night- Cubby (21:55):That's on CBS, right? I saw it last night. Barnes (21:57):Yeah. The biggest nights, for me, are Big Brother and Love Island on the same night. Leslie (22:00):I'm so not into any of those shows- Cubby (22:02):Neither am I- Leslie (22:02):I'm so more into drama. Barnes (22:04):Love Island- Cubby (22:04):I was channel surfing and I saw Love Island and I thought of you, Barnes. I always think of you. Barnes (22:08):It's number one. Cubby (22:10):Because there's nothing else on. Barnes (22:11):No, there's a lot of things on. I'm telling you, they do great casting and it's good. Leslie (22:17):Give me 10 episodes of Shark Tank back to back. So now couple of Hollywood things, because we keep talking about Hollywood can't reinvent itself. The new trailer for Batman with Robert Pattenson, what do you think about him as Batman? He was a vampire. Barnes (22:34):Look-wise, yeah. I haven't seen any clips. Leslie (22:37):I think it might be really good. Cubby (22:38):Look-wise, it makes sense. But I want to see it. Leslie (22:41):And they've been talking about this for years, about a new Mad Max and now the rumor is it could be Chris Hemsworth. Barnes (22:46):I could see that. Leslie (22:47):I don't mind that. I do not mind that one bit. Now there's a rumor that Johnny Depp is asking for, you ready for this? $50 million for Pirates of the Caribbean. Which would be the 6th one. Cubby (23:00):Wow. Do you know how well that movie would have to do just to pay him? Leslie (23:03):I mean seriously. Cubby (23:05):I mean serious, that's crazy. Leslie (23:06):It would be half, right? Cubby (23:07):Yeah. It would be. Leslie (23:08):And finally, Katie Perry and Orlando Bloom have a little baby. I thought the name was cute, Daisy Dove Bloom. Cubby (23:16):And how good is her timing that her new album came out? Barnes (23:19):She dropped a baby and an album in the same week. Cubby (23:23):Well done, Katie. Barnes (23:23):That rolls nicely into... This was one of the biggest new music weeks that I have seen in a long time. I'm going to run through a couple of key ones, just so you know that they exist. One of them, of course, is Katie Perry. Katie Perry (23:37):(singing) Barnes (23:48):Her team knows how to produce a hit, man. They just crank these out and they sound excellent sonically, every time. Cubby (23:54):Yeah. I agree. Barnes (23:55):Smashing Pumpkins were teasing people on their webpage. They had a countdown, a mysterious countdown going on, no one knew what it was. Well now we know, it's a new album coming but they dropped two songs. Here's one of them. Smashing Pumpkins (24:06):(singing) Barnes (24:06):That one's called Seer. Leslie (24:06):It's such a undeniable voice. You always know it's Billy Corgan. Barnes (24:23):But he looks like he's right out of My Three Sons, or what was the... The Munsters. He looks like straight out of the Munsters in this video. It's a performance video, so it's supposed to be- Leslie (24:32):I need to look and see who's in the band now. Barnes (24:34):Everyone but Darcy. Here's the second one they did, it's called The Color of Love. The guy knows how to put a song together. Smashing Pumpkins (24:41):(singing) Barnes (24:53):So it's coming out in a couple of months. That's a thing now, Leslie, right? Everyone's putting out their music so early. Leslie (24:57):Mm-hmm (affirmative). They're releasing tracks every week, just bonus tracks from the album. And seriously with having the band back together, that's pretty huge for The Pumpkins. Barnes (25:06):Here's a new one, Calvin Harris and the Weekend, it's called Over Now. Calvin Harris, The Weeknd (25:09):(singing) Leslie (25:16):I love The Weekend. Barnes (25:17):I think all these songs sound the same. Cubby (25:22):Well that's you showing your age. Barnes (25:24):I know. Cubby (25:26):We're officially that age now, we're like, "What is it with music these days?" We're doing what our parents would do. Barnes (25:31):But in that genre. I feel like it's just a big baseline and Auto-Tuning. That's just me. Cubby (25:37):No, I'm with you. I agree. But that's just where music is right now. Barnes (25:40):Well again, I'm pointing only to that genre. This guy is like the singer's singer, Chris Stapleton. Everyone that is a serious singer, this is his new one called Starting Over. Chris Stapleton (26:02):(singing) Barnes (26:02):Would call him country, Fram, or would you call him just... Leslie (26:12):Yeah, he's country. He's one of the best song writers in town, too. He's incredible. Barnes (26:16):Yeah. Everyone loves that guy. Keith Urban came out with a flying one. Keith Urban (26:29):(singing) Barnes (26:33):One thing about Keith Urban people don't know, he can shred the guitar like more... He can blow away some of the best rock guitarists. Leslie (26:40):One of the best guitar players ever. Barnes (26:42):Yeah. Leslie (26:43):He does a lot of rock songs too in concert, he'll do Zeppelin and stuff. Barnes (26:45):He can shred, shred. Okay, and the last one is... This band put this together in 1986 and never released it, and now they've got this box set coming out. Tell me if you can name the band. Tears for Fears (26:58):(singing) Barnes (27:12):Cubby? Cubby (27:13):Wow. Wow. No, I'm sitting here thinking... Barnes (27:16):Heather guessed Wham. I said, "Well that would be good, but yeah, no." Cubby (27:20):Yeah. No George Michael. Leslie (27:20):Who is it? Cubby (27:22):Who is that? I really don't know. Barnes (27:23):Everybody Wants to Rule the World. Cubby (27:25):Tears for Fears. Leslie (27:27):Really? Barnes (27:27):Yeah. Cubby (27:27):Dammit. Barnes (27:28):They've got a huge box set coming soon. Tony! Toni! Tone! (27:32):It's amazing, sincerely, it's unbelievable. 150 years people have been looking for that goddamn gold. None of them could find it, you found it. Charles Esten (27:42):Here's the thing son, finding it? That's where your fun ends. That's where all your problems begin. Barnes (27:49):Ladies and gentleman, our guest today is Charles Esten. That was him doing his acting thing in Netflix powerhouse, Outer Banks. Hey, Charles. Charles Esten (27:59):Hello. Good to speak with you guys. Cubby (28:02):Great to have you here, man. Leslie (28:02):So excited. Cubby (28:04):So excited to have you. And can I start from the very beginning? Because I know you've done a million things, and we're going to get to all the things, but it all started with a game show. I'm a big game show buff, you were on Sale of the Century back in the late 80s? Leslie (28:19):What? Charles Esten (28:20):I absolutely was. Let me first start by saying, "Hi," to my friend Leslie, because I love Leslie Fram so much. We got to know each other through Nashville, she was there on my greatest day ever when we announced that we got that CMT pickup on stage. Hi, Leslie. Leslie (28:36):So good to talk to you. I can't wait to get caught up today. Charles Esten (28:38):Oh, I can't either. Now going back to that game show, that game show was so crucial, so pivotal to everything else it's kind of scary. I went to college and over the summers I would do construction and try to raise a little money. I didn't know what I wanted to do yet, I had a couple friends that went out to LA and were making it work, so I thought maybe I'll try it. I went out there in I guess September, and I think I was out there maybe a month, and I was already flat broke. I was sleeping on a mattress with all my clothes in a milk crate in a house full of stunt men. I didn't have enough money to stay, and I didn't have enough money to go home. Back then there was no internet, I was just flipping through something called the recycler in the local newspaper, and they had all these game shows that were auditioning.I've been a TV buff my whole life, I grew up addicted to it. So I thought, "I'll do that." But I thought to myself, "I don't want to do one that's pure chance, like Wheel of Fortune, where you're just bankrupt on a roll of a wheel. I don't want to do one like Win, Lose, or Draw, or Pyramid where you're depending on some idiot celebrity to help you win your money." And I didn't want to be on Jeopardy because I thought, "I don't think I'm quite... I might win one Jeopardy, but I won't do well enough to make some money." So I found a show called Sale of the Century. I loved it. It was like Jeopardy but the questions weren't as hard, but you had to be fast. You had to be really fast. I guess I was pretty fast because five days later, I walked away with $34,000 in cash and prizes, as they say. That was almost like God saying, "You can stay." Barnes (30:23):What was the tax on that? Charles Esten (30:26):Yeah, it was brutal. It absolutely was brutal. Cubby (30:32):But that's where the bug began, right here. From a game show, to where you are right now. Charles Esten (30:37):Well it certainly is the thing that made it all possible. By the way, it wasn't just the fact that I had to pay taxes, I had to sell all this stuff because some of it was cash, but most of it was these strange prizes like a child's bed shaped like a car, or a microwave. So I had to go on the recycler, the classifieds, and sell these things. I had these two massive cardboard boxes full of redwood that ultimately you would assemble into a sauna. I had to drive it out to some dude in Ventura and he wrote me like an $800-something check, and that was the first steak meal I had in Hollywood. Leslie (31:16):You have conquered so many mediums, from the big screen, television, you're a very successful songwriter and musician. In the very early days though, growing up, what did you see your career to be? Did you want to be an actor or did you want to be a musician? Or did you want to be both? Charles Esten (31:32):Well I was an inveterate showoff always. So it was one or the other. I didn't do a whole lot of acting. If I go way back, my family tells this story that when I was just a little guy, my dad said, "What do you want to be when you grow up?" And I think he was expecting, "Fireman," "Astronaut," and I said, "A clown." And by the way, this was long before clowns were creepy. They were just sort of fun and [crosstalk 00:31:57]. There was a day where clowns were actually beloved. In any event, he goes, "Why do you want to be a clown?" And I said, "Because I want to make people laugh."I think it was this super simple answer, but at the time, if I go back and if I'm in the therapist couch, there were some times where it wasn't that funny around my house. And so I always was the guy that wanted everybody, "Hey, everybody. Watch me do this. Let's all laugh, let's all smile. Let's not go down that road, for now." So there was a whole lot of that. But also, later I also come to understand what a song can do, if I could play a song on a piano or a guitar, that somebody might... If it was a funny song, they'd laugh, or if it was something more sentimental, it might move them in some way.I guess the through line, eventually I didn't really do serious acting until I went to LA, but the through line through all of that I think I've come to find is, I want to make somebody feel something. And that's it. I want them to either laugh at Who's Line is it Anyway, or The Office, or be afraid of something from Outer Banks, or be moved and sad or heart warmed by something Nashville. That's definitely the through line, that's sort of what I get off on, is bringing an emotion to somebody that they didn't have. Barnes (33:12):Well, not that Outer Banks isn't good, but you can send a big thank you to COVID-19, because you had a captive audience that was latching on great content, and I think that gave it the booster that it needed to become one of the top shows on Netflix. Charles Esten (33:29):Well, I couldn't really argue with you there. I think we would have had the younger audience, I think that would have been there, just by the nature of how great this young cast is. But I think you're right, I think all the families locked down. Tiger King had had it's day, so we knocked them off it's throne and Outer Banks took over. Yeah. Not that you would ever wish it on anything, but it was the timing that made this where families would sit around and watch this show. I think some of the older folks are going, "I think I like this more than I'm supposed to or thought I would." Barnes (34:03):You guys, everyone who hasn't watched it, do yourself a favor and spend those 10 hours watching it. I think you're going to enjoy it and Ward Cameron, you want to talk about a dick, Cubby. I'm just saying. Charles Esten (34:17):Spoiler alert. Barnes (34:18):Takes one to know one, right? Leslie (34:22):You were on this cultural phenomenon, which was Nashville the TV show, from ABC. I was lucky enough to work with you when we had it on CMT, but it was such a worldwide hit, and it wasn't just a TV show. You were part of these amazing musical tours, you and some of the cast members, selling out Royal Albert Hall, and O2 in London, and all of the soundtracks that came out. This wasn't just a regular show. What you guys did for the city of Nashville, putting it on the map, putting a lot of these venues on the map, literally saving the Bluebird Café. What was it like being in that moment? Charles Esten (35:03):Oh, Leslie. That job for me, that role of Deacon, it was such... They say, "My cup runs over," and sometimes you think of that, almost like a cup of coffee that has a little too much in it. This is more just like a cup under a waterfall because it was everything I had ever wanted. Look, when I got this, I was 46 and I had been in Hollywood a long time, and I've had a career that I was very happy with. I'd been on The Office, and Who's Line is it Anyway, a bunch of shows that you've heard of, but I'd never found a real home. I was always the guest star, the eight episode arc. So the fact that it came together on something of such quality, and such heart... And the music on top of that, because I was a singer, songwriter long before I was an actor. And so it's really sort of hard for me to square how wonderful that was. All I know is I loved every single moment of it.I feel very grateful for those things what we were able to... Look, all we did was turn a light on Nashville and on country music. If it hadn't been as wonderful as it is, it wouldn't have meant much. But thanks to Callie Khouri and her wonderful writing and all the great music that came out, whether it was T Bone Burnett, or Buddy Miller, or Tim Lauer. It was really something. By the way, that music is what's really cool about it because any other show, you can go back and binge Nashville like you can go back and binge anything else. But it has this body of music that I think stands up so strongly. You were talking about the international appeal, that still is a thing. Because of Nashville, I'm able to go over and be a part of festivals overseas. I, myself, got to go play the Royal Albert Hall. I swear to you, I never thought that was possible.I think there was a few things I had maybe let go, when you start getting to 42 and 43. And then at 46, this thing kicks in and all these things that I had let go came rushing back into my life. So I consider myself incredibly blessed and I'm incredibly grateful. I'm really actually very grateful to CMT because not only did we get two more seasons because of CMT, but in a real way, we sort of got to finish it, close it down, and it got to slow down a little bit. Part of the ABC-ness of it all was that intense, high energy, this wilder, more dramatic, people falling off roofs, all those things. And we could do that with the best of them, but I always thought our strongest moments were those quiet bluebird moments, those father-daughter moments, those two people in love moments, those human moments. And I think that's what draws everybody to the show. Anybody that ever got on the Nashville train never got off. I'm incredibly grateful for that. Cubby (38:03):In the current pandemic that we're just continuing to go through, it feels like it's never going to end, how is that affecting taping, for what you're doing right now? What's the protocol for taping TV shows? Charles Esten (38:16):Well we're in pre-production right now, I don't start until Monday and I can tell you that it is massive, it's a massive undertaking. You know shooting a show is already a massive undertaking, but what they're doing on top of it is extremely impressive. It's just, I can tell, a group of people, and this includes the actors guilds and Netflix and all our production that said, "This I important. We want to do this. But we want to do it safely." It's like the space program. There's so many protocols, everybody is wearing the masks. Like just to go get a wardrobe fitting today, the costume designer and the assistants have on their mask and their shield in front of their mask, and I have on a mask, and I've had my temperature taken at the door and I've answered questions. We're getting tested very often. So it's sort of like man, if we can pull this off, it will really be something. More and more I'm starting to believe that we can, just by seeing how seriously they're taking it, but they're also... They're taking it seriously so that we can do it.From what I hear also, when we're shooting it's going to be in pods, for lack of a better word. Usually everybody's all at work at one time in one place. I think this is going to be the actor and the directors come onto the set, figure out what they're going to do, then they exit the set. Now here comes lighting and camera, and they're going to do what they do. Then they're going to exit the set. Now here comes set decoration. So it is wildly intense and stringent. But with a whole lot of people saying, "Yeah. We're going to do it because we care about this and we want everybody to be safe." This will be a wonderful thing, put us in your prayers, if we can get away with this and create a season two of Outer Banks, the scripts I've read are fantastic and I think it's looking good. So we're just going to be all as careful as we can and make something as great as we can. Barnes (40:16):But can there be anything worse than being in that part of the country, at this time of the year, with a mask on your face? No. Charles Esten (40:24):We haven't shot outdoors yet, so I know what you're saying but I'm telling you, I'm that guy that's like, "Oh my gosh, what are we doing here." But when you care about something, and when you care about someone, I care about the show, I care about making it happen. Yeah. We're going to do it. We're going to make it work somehow, and I'm grateful that we get a chance to. Barnes (40:46):Well your credits are pages and pages and pages long... Party of Five, The Office, E.R.- Charles Esten (40:52):You're calling me old is what you- Barnes (40:54):[crosstalk 00:40:54] No, we're calling you successful. But all these shows, I would like to hear something in all of these auditions, somewhere in there, give me a story. And I'm not talking about, I doubt you're probably a casting couch candidate in the reverse world... Charles Esten (41:12):Never had that, no. Barnes (41:13):Give me something from an audition that stuck with you forever. Charles Esten (41:18):Well... Boy oh boy. There's been so many, and I've been really fortunate on so many of them. Probably the best one besides Nashville that I got was The Office, and the real quick story on that, and then I'll tell you one I didn't get... The Office was that I had known Rainn Wilson for a number of years because he and I shot a pilot where we played androids who solved crimes and spent maybe 30% of the show naked. So, I go to this audition and they say, "We understand you're friends with Rainn." And I go, "That is true." I go, "Did he tell you how we met?" And they go, "No." And I go, "Yeah, I bet he didn't." And then I described the show to them and I said, "Here's the thing. You give me this job, I show up day one with a DVD of that pilot." I wasn't even to my car yet and my phone was ringing, and I had the job. That's how I got on The Office. Leslie (42:17):That's a good one. Charles Esten (42:20):That pilot never aired, but it got me on The Office. But probably one of the hardest ones, every long career has your biggest disappointments and for me... I'm sure you remember that great, great mini series, Band of Brothers, HBO. Barnes (42:37):Oh yeah. Charles Esten (42:39):Yeah. It was wonderful. Tom Hanks producing on that and man, so many great actors ended up on that, great young actors playing these soldiers in World War II. So I went through all the auditions, I had a bunch of them, first you're just auditioning for the casting director, maybe she wants to see again. Now they bring in a producer, now you go back again for producers again. I swear, this many. And then I go back, and there's Tom Hanks in the room and I read with Tom Hanks. Barnes (43:09):Whoa. Charles Esten (43:10):And it goes really well. And I get a phone call later that night to go, "Well, it went really well. They really like you. They just want you to come back tomorrow for one more." And I'm like, "Oh my gosh. What do I got to do? This is killing me. I want it so bad." I wanted it so bad, you guys. And I'm thinking if Tom Hanks likes you, who needs to see you? Well I got my answer the next day when I walked in the room, and without being aware or ready for it at all, there's Tom Hanks in one chair and Steven Spielberg in the other. Barnes (43:38):Oh! Cubby (43:38):Oh, wow. Charles Esten (43:41):And that would have been enough, but basically Steven Spielberg stands up, I shake hands, and he's got a camcorder in his hand, back when that was a thing. So I'm acting out these scenes in a conference room, hiding behind a desk pretending I'm holding a rifle, then crawling across the floor, with Steven Spielberg's camcorder three feet from my face, and he's crawling with me. And I don't even know how I did it, I don't know how I crawled, I just wanted to stop at every second and go, "I really like Jaws," where do you even begin? I don't know where you begin, but I don't know what my face looked like, but inside I was imploding. And in any event, later that night or the next day, I found out that I didn't get it. Barnes (44:27):Oh. Charles Esten (44:27):And man, that one was brutal because it was such an incredible production, and on top of that, no matter what you do, it's hard not to walk away with the feeling that Steven Spielberg doesn't think I'm a good actor. Barnes (44:41):Who got it? Charles Esten (44:42):You know what? I swear to you, I couldn't tell you right now. I watched like half hour of Band of Brothers, I'm like, "I'm out. I don't care anymore." If I went back, I could find it. Leslie (44:53):I think Damian Lewis was in that show. Barnes (44:56):What was the character? Charles Esten (44:57):I know. I think it may have been him. I think it might have been that. Barnes (45:01):[Tommy's 00:45:01] going to look it up. What was the character? Charles Esten (45:03):I think it was Winter. Barnes (45:06):Winter? Charles Esten (45:07):I think that was... Colonel Winter or maybe... I think that's what it was. Barnes (45:13):We got to hear this. You were crawling around the floor? Charles Esten (45:18):I don't know what's funny about it, you guys are trying to look it up to rub my nose in this, "I'll tell you who got that job, Chip." Leslie (45:18):Yeah. Thanks a lot. Barnes (45:18):Well I think it's worked out okay for you. Charles Esten (45:29):Yeah, it took another 20 years, but I got there in the end. I tell you a sweet ending to that is that my wife, we've been together since college, so she was there, she's seen every step in the road, and I don't think I cried about it or whined too much but she saw how hard it was hitting me, in a way that most things don't. I'm a pretty easygoing guy. I never expected to get very job I read for, and I said, "I'm in this for the long haul," and no one's going to stop me because I'm not going to quit.But she could see how much this one was hurting me, and in the end, I found on my pillow a letter, a handwritten letter in an envelope basically saying, "I know how much this hurts, but you have to see it for what it is. This is a major step in your career. This is something that shows that you belong here." Just the sweetest letter about, "Your show is coming, I have no doubt you will get there."And when we were moving from LA to Nashville, I'm going through my desk and piling all my stuff, and I sit down in that chair, same chair I read it back in when I got it years earlier, 11 years earlier I think, and I unfold this letter saying, "Someday you'll get your show," and here we are packing up to go to Nashville to do my show." So, that was kind of a good button to put on the end of that. But yeah, I think it was Damian Lewis' role. Cubby (46:54):Damian Lewis. Got you. Yup. Yup. Yup. There it is. Barnes (46:57):Oh, so you know it was Damian Lewis? Charles Esten (46:59):I'm looking at it now with you, I have IMBD too. Barnes (47:03):[crosstalk 00:47:03]. You lost out to an incredible actor, at least you can feel good about that. Charles Esten (47:09):Believe me, I know. That guy's as good as it gets, so absolutely. Barnes (47:11):So looking at the cast, Collin Hanks got a role. I'd go back with nepotism complaints right now and just get that all unearthed. Charles Esten (47:22):Can you imagine if he got my role, that would have hurt a little more, I'm sure. Leslie (47:27):I'm not sure if Barnes and Cubby know this or not, but Charles Esten is in the Guinness Book of World Records. Did you guys- Barnes (47:34):For what? Leslie (47:35):You didn't realize? Cubby (47:36):I read that too. I read that too. Leslie (47:38):And I was a part of this, it was an amazing time. Charles, do you want to tell them about every single Friday that you did for what, 54 weeks? Charles Esten (47:47):Yeah. It was this amazing thing... It comes down to this, Leslie, while I was doing the show Nashville, I knew that this was only going to last so long and I don't ever like to leave a situation feeling like I left anything undone, like I left anything on the table, and here I am in Music City and I'm surrounded by these great songwriters, which has always been my deepest passion, and these great musicians and producers so I thought, "Am I going to do an EP? Or am I going to do an album?" And every time it kept coming around to that, my music at that time had not focused quite down on exactly who I was, but I had a whole bunch of singles, and they were all over the place, and I just didn't know if they held together as one. To me, and album should be an album for a reason. Especially in the years that we're in now, singles are singles. You can release them when you want.So I decided what I wanted to do, I figured everybody was used to watching me once a week and I thought, "Maybe they'll be happy to hear me once a week," so I went out and held my phone up and did a selfie video where I promised to release a brand new single every week, I think I said, "Until it's stupid." And it might have already been, but I don't know because who does that? Nobody does this. Leslie knows, you don't step on your own single, you give it time, you give it love. Well this was not that. This was me wanting to be as creative as I could. I tend to succumb to paralysis of analysis an awful lot. So this is me busing through that and just going for it. And I have to say, it was a shock to me when 54 weeks later, I had 54 singles. Leslie (49:31):Unbelievable. Barnes (49:32):That's unreal. Were you writing them as you went? Charles Esten (49:36):There was all kind of stages of them. I had some already, others I wrote as I went. Some I would get out of order, some jumped to the front of the line. It was the ones that made me just the most excited. Also I had some ideas, like where they would go. One would follow the next. I didn't want them to step on each other in terms of them being too similar. Almost like a long, long album. But also, if you ever go and look at that, the other thing is we had to... Usually if you do an album, the artwork is the artwork. We had to do a new artwork for every single for every week. So between all that, it was just an insane amount of work but it was the absolute definition of a labor of love. Barnes (50:17):That's unbelievable. Cubby (50:18):Did you know you were setting a record at the time? Or did you just keep going? Charles Esten (50:21):Oh, no. I had no idea. I didn't know. No, I didn't. I just kept going, and I kept going. Do I have one? Yeah. I just promised myself I was not going to... What I didn't want was to do one if I didn't have one. Like here's a song I don't like, but I need one, I'll do that one. So I never did that. And when I go back and listen to them, I have to tell you, I'm proud. There's not one that I was sort of like ugh, I should have stopped there. I love them all. Barnes (50:51):I want to play a clip of your latest single. You've got an amazing voice, and I have to admit, I didn't know you were a singer. Leslie told me that you... I knew you as an actor, not as a singer. Usually you hear, "Oh, I'll listen to it," and you're like, "Okay, here we go. An actor singing. Okay. Hit play." But actually- Leslie (51:07):He's amazing. Barnes (51:08):You know what you're doing. Leslie (51:09):And he's a great songwriter too. Barnes (51:11):Here's a quick clip of his latest song called Sweet Summer Saturday Night Charles Esten (51:31):(singing) Barnes (51:32):How much did Michelob Light pay for that? Charles Esten (51:38):Yeah. Not much. It was hard as hell to find a Michelob Light. They have that new version of Michelob Light, what's it called now? Oh, I forget, but it's something slightly different. So I wanted a bottle for the cover, and man, that was hard to find. But no, they have not paid a cent yet. That's free to them. Cubby (51:55):Do you like Michelob Light, or did it just rhyme? Charles Esten (51:58):No, it was what we would have been drinking back then. Cubby (52:03):Oh, got you. Charles Esten (52:04):Yeah. Michelob Light was of that era. It's not like a thing though. But it does have great syllables, Michelob Light. Drinking a Coors Light doesn't quite sing the same way. Barnes (52:15):Well Charles, thank you for coming on. Look up Charles Esten where ever you get your music, where ever that shall be. And also, you've got... When is Outer Banks coming back? I know you're just starting to film it, but when is it slated to return? Charles Esten (52:26):I actually don't know that. I should find that out. I'm not even sure they know actually, but we are just at the beginning of a very long road, we have 10 episodes we're going to shoot here. We're shooting here, I'm in Charleston, South Carolina right now and we're going to actually do some shooting in the Bahamas. Barnes (52:42):Really? Leslie (52:43):Nice. Charles Esten (52:43):Which is where the gold went. So this is going to be good. I cannot complain. Barnes (52:47):He's sitting on the Royal Merchant, everybody. Well Charles, thank you very much. I cannot wait for the next season to come out. We are total fans. Leslie (52:54):Cannot thank you enough. Love to the family, and thank you. Charles Esten (52:57):Aw, thank you so much. Leslie, real quickly before we leave here, I hear them call you Fram, I want to know if I can do that? Leslie (53:03):Oh, any time. Charles Esten (53:05):I've called you Leslie, am I close enough? I can call you Fram? Leslie (53:07):Yes. That's all Barnes calls me. Charles Esten (53:09):Yeah, I've noticed that. Barnes (53:11):One syllable. It's just easier. Charles Esten (53:14):It's way easier. I'm honored to be on the Fram tram. Thank you. Leslie (53:17):Thanks, Charles. Charles Esten (53:19):Thanks, Fram. Leslie (53:20):Thank you. Charles Esten (53:21):Appreciate you guys so much. Barnes (53:22):We haven't done Barnes Bitches in a while, and I had a moment this week that made me get excited about doing this segment again. My segment, chill with the exotic grocery lists please. If I'm going to the store and I could be you, so I'm just saying, if we, people, are going to the store and your significant other or whoever says, "Oh, you're going to the store?" And then you're already in motion and they say, "I have a few things on my list." And you're like, "Okay. Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. It can't be anything exotic." My wife asked me to bring back skim milk and there is no skim milk anymore. Leslie (54:03):What? There's not? Barnes (54:04):So I was there for five flipping minutes staring at each of the milks, trying to find skim, I didn't see skim. Cubby (54:10):Are you sure? Barnes (54:13):I looked at every brand, I went down the whole... So much so I needed to go home and get a jacket, I was in that aisle so much. But don't ask... Maybe there's skim milk somewhere, but my Public's did not have it. And also she asked me to get celery salt. I'm like, "Whoa!" I don't know because when you got to the store, you know where your stuff is. I get the same stuff every time, bananas, non-exotics, easy things. Leslie (54:38):You can't go to the condiment section and get her some celery seed or celery salt? Barnes (54:42):Celery salt. I'm like, "What the hell is celery salt." But then they start playing, "Oh, get un-sour cream." What the hell is that? But seriously, these are exotic things. Leslie (54:52):Now wait a second, isn't- Cubby (54:53):Look, I love Heather, why isn't she doing the shopping? Barnes (54:56):We both do the shopping. I'm just saying, you got to chill with exotics. If you're sending your people to get stuff, don't come out of left field. Don't ask for, "Get seedless strawberries," what the hell? Leslie (55:09):I have to tell you, I talk to Heather about this and your, "Exotics," I mean, Barnes... Come on. Barnes (55:14):Which were what? What did she say? Leslie (55:16):So what. Because listen, if you have a recipe and it calls for celery seeds or celery salt, it's a little extra time, Barnes. Barnes (55:24):Right, but I- Cubby (55:25):I have this guy in China who's sending me seeds all the time. Barnes (55:29):That's a whole other conversation. Cubby (55:30):They're great. Barnes (55:31):It's a whole other thing. But, "Can you pick up some organic Pop Tarts?" Leslie (55:37):So you're calling this, "Exotics?" Barnes (55:40):An exotic is variable. If you're used to going to the store and you pick up your bananas, your whatever, and no Diet Coke anymore, because Dr. Oz yelled at me. I haven't had one since then. Cubby (55:50):Really? Barnes (55:50):Yup. I haven't had one. I'm on a roll. Two weeks. Leslie (55:52):I'm proud of you. Barnes (55:53):Fat free humus. Pick up some fat free humus, Cubby. If you're asking someone to go exotic for you at the grocery store, you're a big inconvenience, that's all. Leslie (56:02):Wow. Exotic. Cubby (56:03):Real quick and I'll let this go here, what about when you're behind somebody... You strike me as somebody, Barnes, that will be upset if you're behind somebody in Starbucks who's doing the elaborate order. Barnes (56:11):No, that doesn't bother me because that's different. That's them doing their order. Cubby (56:16):But it's holding you up. Barnes (56:17):It'd be if you, Cubby, ask me, "Get me a duh-duh-duh, duh-duh-duh, duh-duh-duh latte with duh-duh-duh, duh-duh-duh, duh-duh-duh." If someone says, "Do you want a burger, I'm going to where ever," you can't come out with, "Yeah. So I want one patty with cheese on it, one without cheese..." You have this long exotic list, then you're on your own. Then you go, "Nah. I'm out." You do it. Cubby (56:37):You're like a shark. I'm out. And for that, I'm out. Barnes (56:39):No, you go, you go. So that's it. Think about it. Be sensitive when you're send your people to the store. Leslie (56:46):This is a Barnes Bitch. Unbelievable. Intro (56:48):This is Cubby's pop culture throwback, a rewind into the volt of music, movies, and moments. Cubby (57:00):I thought it would be fun to go back to the first week of September in 1990. It was big year for me. I was about to leave my hometown to Virginia Beach, Virginia to do radio in Houston and the station I was working for, Leslie, you remember this, WGH in Norfolk/Virginia Beach- Leslie (57:18):Mm-hmm (affirmative). Cubby (57:18):They made the flip from top 40 to country and I wasn't very happy about that, and so I went ahead and moved to Houston. So all these songs I remember vividly. September 1st, 1990, the number one song on the pop charts this week, it was Sweet Sensation, If Wishes Came True. Sweet Sensation (57:38):(singing) Cubby (57:39):I know it's a cheesy pop song, Barnes, but do you remember it? Barnes (57:42):I don't. Cubby (57:43):Leslie? Leslie (57:43):I do not remember this at all. Cubby (57:44):This was a total Power 99, before 99X, Power 99. Leslie (57:44):Wow, I don't remember that. Cubby (57:51):The number one song on the R&B charts this week was Tony! Toni! Tone! Feels Good. Tony! Toni! Tone! (58:01):(singing) Cubby (58:04):1990 a big year for the whole new jack swing sound. On the country charts, Clint Black had a number one song, a song called Killin' Time. Clint Black (58:14):(singing) Cubby (58:14):Leslie, is this song still played in country music, or is it too old? Leslie (58:23):Some of the classic country stations. Yeah, he's doing an anniversary for that song. Cubby (58:26):Really? It's a great song. Leslie (58:28):It is. Barnes (58:30):Early 90s was good for country. With Garth, yeah... Leslie (58:35):Big resurgence now. Cubby (58:37):The number one song this week, back in 1990 on the modern rock charts, this is before Been Caught Stealing, Jane's Addiction had a song called Stop. Jane's Addiction (58:46):(singing) Barnes (58:58):Great song right there. The number one movie at the box office this week in 1990. Speaker 21 (59:02):What's happening? Speaker 22 (59:02):I think about you every minute. I feel like I can still feel you. Speaker 21 (59:10):The problem with you is you still think you're real. It's all up here now. You want to move something, you got to move it with your mind. Cubby (59:17):That would be Ghost, everybody. Number one at the box office. And finally, everybody was watching this show on TV, it was huge and you probably know the theme. Speaker 23 (59:32):(singing) Cubby (59:33):In Living Color was the big TV show this week in 1990. And that is 30 years ago this week, folks. Leslie (59:39):Wow. Barnes (59:40):I loved that show. Think about how many people's careers that show started- Leslie (59:45):A lot- Barnes (59:45):J.Lo- Cubby (59:46):Everybody- Barnes (59:47):Jim Carey, yeah everyone on the show became famous. Cubby (59:50):Huge. Yup. Barnes (59:51):Big time. Thank you, Cubby. That's it for the show. Please rate, review, and subscribe and we'll see you next week The Pop Culture Show.
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#Musikpanelet er tilbage efter sommeren med de udvalgte sange fra #newmusicfriday. Vi taler om sommerens store hits og lyden af i dag sammen med vores gæst producer og sangskriver Hennedub. De udvalgte sange er ny dansk rapper SZIM. Vi taler om den nye Calvin Harris & The Weeknd sang "Over Now". Natasja er tilbage med en sang som har ligger gemt i 13 år "Til Banken" sammen med Tessa og Karen Mukupa og Branco klar med ny single "Tempo". Vært: Michael Bernhard. Produceret for DR af Munck Studios København.
Diplo hatte die große Ehre, die Afterparty beim Parteitag der US-Demokraten zu spielen. Steve Aoki hat sich eine Sauna bestellt und die gleich mal bei 115 Grad getestet. Topic kommt nach 5 Wochen Malle zurück nach Deutschland. Der gemeinsame Song von The Weeknd und Calvin Harris kommt am Freitag und heißt "Over Now". Oliver Heldens hat verkleidet als Pablo Escobar eine neue Single angekündigt.
Meghan Thee Stallion hat in einem Live-Video bekannt gegeben, dass US-Rapper Tory Lanez sie Mitte Juli nach einer Party in den Hollywood Hills angeschossen hat. BTS haben mit ihrer neuen Single "Dynamite" den YouTube-Rekord des meist geklickten Videos in 24 Stunden gebrochen. Billie Eilish hat in einem Interview gesagt, es kotzt sie total an, wie Rapper heutzutage auf Insta mit ihrem Schmuck und ihrer Kohle prollen. Der gemeinsame Song von The Weeknd und Calvin Harris kommt am Freitag und heißt "Over Now".
Making a Scene Presents the PODCAST of LIVE from the Midnight Circus Featuring Johnny and the MongrelsThis is the Voice of Indie Blues, the future of the blues. Artists who embrace the diversity of the blues that always has and still is being created from it's roots. These artists understand the blues is a living art form that is driven by innovation and creativity. These are the Indie Blues Artists!LeRoux,Don't Rescue Me,One Of Those DaysJon Strahl Band,The Weight I Feel,Heartache and ToilJon Strahl Band,The Right Thing,Heartache and ToilRachel Huggins,Feels So Good,Anthony Geraci,Love Changes Everything,Daydreams In BlueThe Nighthawks,Chairman Of The Board,Tryin' To Get To YouMark Telesca,15 Black Dress,Higher VibrationsGerald McClendon,It's Over Now,Can't Nobody Stop Me NowGerald McClendon,You Can't Take My Love,Can't Nobody Stop Me NowMark May,Invisible Man,Deep Dark DemonCrystal Shawanda,New Orleans Is Sinking,Church House BluesSmoke Wagon Blues Band,Mescaline,The Ballad of Albert JohnsonJohnny & The Mongrels,Saturday Night In Oak Grove Lo,Creole SkiesJohnny & The Mongrels,Mama Said,Creole Skieswww.makingascene.org,Johnny and the Mongrels,Johnny & The Mongrels,Louisiana Girl,Creole SkiesJohnny & The Mongrels,Just Keep Walking,Creole SkiesToo Slim & the Taildraggers,Snake Eyes,The RemedyKenny Blues Boss Wayne,Don't Want To Be The President,"Go, Just Do It!"Gregg Martinez,Snatching It Back,MacDaddy MojeauxEric Hughes Band,08 Come See About Me,Postcard From Beale StreetJohnny Burgin,One Day You're Gonna Get Lucky,No Border BluesMandalyn,Wrecked,MandalynCD Woodbury,Hey Joe,World's Gone CrazyCD Woodbury,Can't Eat That Stuff No More,World's Gone CrazyHurricane Ruth,Late Night Red Wine,Good LifeHurricane Ruth,Good Life,Good LifeMick Hayes,01_Sweet To Me_M2_16 copy,Evelyn Rubio,What A Way to Go,Crossing BordersMichael Mills Band,Big Black Car,Stand UpVintage Dixon,Nothing New Under the Sun,The Real McCoyTony Holiday,08 Ol’ Number Nine,Marie Martens & the Messarounds,Keep On Loving Me,TravelledJose Ramirez,Gasoline and Matches,Here I ComeEliza Neals,Never Stray (feat. Derek St. Holmes),Black Crow Moan
Making a Scene Presents the PODCAST of LIVE from the Midnight Circus Featuring CD WoodburyThis is the Voice of Indie Blues, the future of the blues. Artists who embrace the diversity of the blues that always has and still is being created from it's roots. These artists understand the blues is a living art form that is driven by innovation and creativity. These are the Indie Blues Artists!LeRoux,Don't Rescue Me,One Of Those DaysLeRoux,One Of Those Days,One Of Those DaysJon Strahl Band,The Weight I Feel,Heartache and ToilJon Strahl Band,The Right Thing,Heartache and ToilRachel Huggins,Feels So Good,Rachel Huggins,Do Better,Anthony Geraci,Love Changes Everything,Daydreams In BlueAnthony Geraci,Dead Man's Shoes,Daydreams In BlueGerald McClendon,It's Over Now,Can't Nobody Stop Me NowGerald McClendon,You Can't Take My Love,Can't Nobody Stop Me NowMark May,Invisible Man,Deep Dark DemonSmoke Wagon Blues Band,Matapedia River Blues,The Ballad of Albert JohnsonSmoke Wagon Blues Band,Mescaline,The Ballad of Albert JohnsonCD Woodbury,Walk Around Music,World's Gone CrazyCD Woodbury,Follow The River Home,World's Gone Crazywww.makingascene.org,CD Woodbury,CD Woodbury,Can't Eat That Stuff No More,World's Gone CrazyCD Woodbury,Hey Joe,World's Gone CrazyToo Slim & the Taildraggers,Snake Eyes,The RemedyKenny Blues Boss Wayne,Don't Want To Be The President,"Go, Just Do It!"Gregg Martinez,Snatching It Back,MacDaddy MojeauxGregg Martinez,Just Stay Gone,MacDaddy MojeauxEric Hughes Band,08 Come See About Me,Postcard From Beale StreetEric Hughes Band,05 Homesick Angel,Postcard From Beale StreetJohnny Burgin,One Day You're Gonna Get Lucky,No Border BluesJohnny Burgin,Sweet Home Osaka,No Border BluesMandalyn,Wrecked,MandalynHurricane Ruth,Late Night Red Wine,Good LifeHurricane Ruth,Good Life,Good LifeJohnny & The Mongrels,Just Keep Walking,Creole SkiesJohnny & The Mongrels,Louisiana Girl,Creole SkiesMark Telesca,15 Black Dress,Higher VibrationsMick Hayes,01_Sweet To Me_M2_16 copy,Evelyn Rubio,What A Way to Go,Crossing BordersMichael Mills Band,Big Black Car,Stand UpVintage Dixon,Nothing New Under the Sun,The Real McCoyCrystal Shawanda,New Orleans Is Sinking,Church House BluesMarie Martens & the Messarounds,Keep On Loving Me,TravelledTony Holiday,08 Ol’ Number Nine,Jose Ramirez,Gasoline and Matches,Here I ComeEliza Neals,Never Stray (feat. Derek St. Holmes),Black Crow MoanThe Nighthawks,Chairman Of The Board,Tryin' To Get To You
It was a nightmare of the most divine sort to have to pick the artist-per-show maximum of four XTC songs. I could pick almost any four XTC songs from 1980 onwards, from Drums and Wires (1979) to Wasp Star (2000) and do about 100 of these shows filled with a too-short slice of excellent pop masterpieces. But I picked four. ANY XTC record, in my opinion, has at least three or four moments that put most other more popular artists to shame. XTC - Across This Antheap (1989) War planes go over but no wages go 'round.A sign goes up to say hey we're twin towned.The dough is rising but no bread will be baked.The fur is genuine but the orgasm's faked.We're spending millions to learn to speak porpoise,When human loneliness is still a deafening noise. XTC - Funk Pop A Roll (1983) Funk pop a roll consumes you wholeGulping in your opium so copiously from a discoEverything you eat is wasteBut swallowing is easy when it has no taste XTC - This World Over (1984) Will you tell them about that far off and mythical landAnd how a child to the virgin came? Will you tell them that the reason why we murderedEverything upon the surface of the worldSo we can stand right up and say we did it in his name? XTC - Wrapped In Grey (1992) Some folks pull this life like a weightDrab and dragging dreams made of slateYour heart is the big box of paintsAnd others, the canvas we're dealtYour heart is the big box of paintsJust think how the old masters felt, they call Awaken you dreamersAsleep at your desksParrots and lemursPopulate your unconscious grotesquesPlease let some outDo it todayBut don't let the loveless ones sell youA world wrapped in grey --------------------------------------------- The Beatles - Eleanor Rigby (strings only) (1966) The Beatles - Golden Slumbers/Carry That Weight (orchestra only) (1969) The Beatles - Something (strings only) (1969) The Beatles - She's Leaving Home (strings only) (1967) Gilbert Neal and Ken Ray Wilemon - It's Ok (2019) The Beach Boys - Life is For The Living (1977) Adult/Child (sometimes typeset as Adult Child) is an unreleased studio album by American rock band the Beach Boys, intended to follow the group's 1977 The Beach Boys Love You. Like The Beach Boys Love You, it is virtually a Brian Wilson solo project with other group members serving mainly as additional vocalists. After it was rejected by Reprise Records, the band released the 1978 M.I.U. Album in its place with an almost entirely revamped song list. A few projected tracks for Adult Child were eventually released on later albums and compilations. Currently, the album is available only as a bootleg recording. The Beach Boys - Our Team (1978) When a song isn't good enough for The MIU Album, there's a problem. The Beach Boys - It's Over Now (1977) Listen for Marilyn Wilson of The Honeys singing the "middle 8". Terribly. The Beach Boys - Hey, Little Tomboy (1977) "...now shave your legs for the first time..." Donna Summer - Wassermann (Aquarius) (1968) From the original German cast of Haare. Moody Blues - Had To Fall In Love (1978) Gary Hoffar - Hank's 715th (1974) The Hans Staymer Band - Come Together (1972) Johnny Cash and Rosie Nix - Father and Daughter (1972) Nix-Adams and bluegrass musician Jimmy Campbell were found dead on a bus in Montgomery County, Tennessee, on October 24, 2003. The deaths were initially called "suspicious" by law enforcement authorities but were subsequently ruled to be accidental, caused by carbon monoxide from a propane space heater, used without ventilation, in the bus. Nix-Adams was 45 years old. Wilt "The Stilt" Chamberlain - Easy To Say (1960) The Millennium - There Is Nothing More To Say (1968) Genesis - Apocalypse In 9/8 (From Supper's Ready) (1972)
ULTRA NATÉ: Free [A Peace-Bisquit 30th Anniversary 'Best Of' Ultra Naté Megamix] 1990-2020. Ultra Pride! "It’s surreal listening to so many songs I’ve released over the years all in one mix! There are many great moments and memories attached to each one. For me this mix is a collection of snapshots in time that forever capture the essence and evolution of dance music! I’m super proud of the body of work I've released over the last 30 years! It has made people feel love, happiness, powerful, sexy, thankful and so much more. After nine studio albums and various collaborations under my belt - somehow I’m still looking to the future and enjoying the process of making my 10th record while in the mist of these extremely challenging times. So many need this energy to inspire them and push them forward and so I continue...At a time when it’s needed most - we may not be able to dance together globally right now but we can raise our voices in solidarity and sing “your free to do what you want to do”!” - Ultra Naté *Tracklist Get It Up (The Feeling) Freak On w/ StoneBridge Love’s The Only Drug (Adam Rios Shelter Mix) Scandal (Craig C. Mix) I Don’t Understand It Turn It Up Faster Faster Pussycat (Let’s Go!) w/ DJ King Tutt Found A Cure Automatic Twisted New Kind Of Medicine Feel Love Pretender Party Girl (Turn Me Loose) If You Could Read My Mind w/ Amber & Jocelyn Enriquez Rejoicing (Deee-liteful Stomp Mix) Divine Love Joy Brass In Pocket (DJ Karizma Mix) Desire Unconditional Waiting On You (Frankie Knuckles & Eric Kupper Mix) w/ Michelle Williams Hey (House N HD Mix) How Long (Farley & Heller Fire island Mix) Free > encore: It’s Over Now *live w/ Kenny Muhammed the Human Orchestra http://www.ultranate.com/ https://www.facebook.com/ultranatemusic https://www.instagram.com/ultranatemusic/ "Free (Live Your life) (B-Sights Remix 2020) Out 6/26 - ingroov.es/free-live-your-life