English singer-songwriter, record producer, and humanitarian
Vieves and Andrew look at commercials that feature aunts and uncles and all the attendant stereotypes that entails. Plus, Peter Gabriel grudgingly welcomes the Disney Channel-viewing public into his “secret world,” and the TV-viewing experience for service members in the 90s was NOT all it could be. Here are links to the ads we talked about on this week's show: Geico - Aunt Infestation https://www.ispot.tv/ad/2NiX/geico-aunt-infestation Grubhub - Thank you Aunt Linda https://youtu.be/1V1zysblLdM Macys - Uncle Chris https://www.ispot.tv/ad/2GvH/macys-gift-finder-uncle-chris Xfinity - Crying Uncle Ed https://www.ispot.tv/ad/bJZw/xfinity-internet-crying-uncle-ed-featuring-ed-helms Skippy - Fun Aunt https://www.ispot.tv/ad/nyoA/skippy-fun-aunt Party City - Best Aunt Ever https://www.ispot.tv/ad/wxKb/party-city-best-aunt-ever Cooper Tires - Uncle Cooper https://www.ispot.tv/ad/qqId/cooper-tires-uncle-cooper-everyday-tough Cooper Tires - Multitool https://www.ispot.tv/ad/qqIe/cooper-tires-uncle-cooper-multi-use Saatva Mattress - Quirky Aunt Beatrice https://www.ispot.tv/ad/2EWV/saatva-mattress-presentation Hopper Dish Network - Crazy Aunt Judy https://www.ispot.tv/ad/7__H/dish-network-hopper-watch-tv-on-your-phone-aunt-judy Snyders - Salty Aunt Margaret https://www.ispot.tv/ad/7BKU/snyders-of-hanoversweet-and-salty-pretzels-salty-aunt-margaret Sprint - Crazy Rightwing Uncle https://www.ispot.tv/ad/wk8Z/sprint-unlimited-plan-brent-and-uncle-phil Sprint - Aunt Katy https://www.ispot.tv/ad/dNlY/sprint-unlimited-55-aunt-katy-aaa AAMCO - Uncle Billy's side gig https://www.ispot.tv/ad/IQ8K/aamco-transmissions-uncle-billy Honda - Aunt Donna https://www.ispot.tv/ad/ZtUf/happy-honda-days-aunt-donna-t2 Zigzy - Rich Uncle Zigzy https://www.ispot.tv/ad/bCzr/zigzy-uncle-zigzy-cash-offer Zigzy - Part time real estate agents https://www.ispot.tv/ad/bEtp/zigzy-uncle-zigzy-real-estate-agent Regeneron - Aunt Wanda https://www.ispot.tv/ad/O6h7/regeneron-aunt-wanda Hallmark - Aunt Trudy https://www.ispot.tv/ad/7KD_/hallmark-aunt-trudy Flex Disc - Aunt Marie https://www.ispot.tv/ad/O3NN/flex-disc-aunt-marie Peter Gabriel's Secret World Sweepstakes Promo (Disney 1995) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=745Jb4JcOsk AFRTS Ads https://www.youtube.com/@afrtsfan/vide
This week it's a repost of Baxie's conversation with legendary 5-time Grammy Award winning producer/engineer Hugh Padgham. Originally posted on April 26th in 2021, Hugh talks about working with David Bowie, The Police, Phil Collins, XTC, Genesis, Peter Gabriel, and much more! This is one of my favorite episodes! Also available on Apple Podcasts, SoundCloud, Stitcher, Google, Spotify, and on the Rock102 website!
This week, Peter gosh darn Gabriel! Maybe not the most obscure artist but definitely had a huge impact on so many with his unique solo beginnings. Melissa brings us his first 4 albums, confusingly all titled "Peter Gabriel" but don't worry Melissa helps Bryan understand the unique differences between each album. Culminating into his sound track work and current albums. This is a biggie! There are biggie hearts! As always, most certainly 1000%, listen to the mix. These songs and albums deserve a full listen! I Already Told You That Peter Gabriel Mix - Spotify | YouTube Music
Peter Gabriel's third Full Moon release from i/o, “Playing for Time,” features the piano prominently, so the Tabletop enlists Genesis Piano Project's Adam Kromelow to help them break it down.
Avec quel regard le cinéaste Neil Jordan aborde-t-il ce personnage mythique du romancier Raymond Chandler dans le film « Marlowe » ? Où reviendra se produire Kim Wilde en Belgique l'année prochaine ? Sur quel calendrier Peter Gabriel s'est-il basé pour la sortie de son nouveau single ? Quel personnage inattendu incarne Jérémie Renier dans le film franco-belge « Ailleurs si j'y suis » ? Qui se souvient de Nicole Rieu et comment crée-t-elle la surprise en 2023 ? Après sa casquette de réalisateur pour « Couleurs de l'incendie », pour quel film Clovis Cornillac reprend-il sa casquette d'acteur ? Dans quelle veiner s'inscrit le nouveau single de Depeche Mode ? Toutes les réponses sont dans « La semaine des 5 heures » de ce mardi 14 mars
Join us this week as the 8 music videos that YOU voted for move onto the second round of our March Madness tournament of our favorite music videos. YOUR votes in this week's Pop! Quizes will determine which videos move on to the Final Four. Check out the match ups: #1 ‘Take on Me' by a-ha VS #8 ‘Sledgehammer' by Peter Gabriel #13 ‘Video Killed The Radio Star' by The Buggles VS #12 ‘November Rain' by Guns N' Roses #3 ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit' by Nirvana VS #6 ‘Gossip Folks' by Missy Elliott #2 ‘Thriller' by Michael Jackson VS #10 ‘The Scientist' by Coldplay Be sure to vote for your favorite music video in each match up this week: Vote on Facebook and Twitter by searching for @PGTCpodcast. The Pop! Quiz is pinned right to the top of those pages so you can't miss it. Call us on the hotline at (417) 986-7842 and leave a recorded message with your vote in each match up. Be sure to check out our online store and grab your Pop Goes the Culture merch. Our spring gear has been added for a limited time, so order yours today. Links to all that and more at PopGoesTheCulture.com. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/pgtcpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pgtcpodcast/support
The Imbalanced History of Rock and Roll
It's been a busy news week, and another sad week of musical loss, but there's good news, too! -Peter Gabriel announces U.S. & Canada tour dates! -Joni Mitchell honored with The Gershwin Prize for songwriting! -Founding Lynyrd Skynyrd member, Gary Rossington passes at 71! -The soap opera, "As Journey Turns" continues... -Mudhoney announces new album and tour! -Neil Young authorizes two bootleg releases! -The Struts hit the road, Nita Strauss is back with Alice Cooper for next tour, RIP David Lindley & other losses! When you want to hear any episode of the podcast, click here: https://imbalancedhistory.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Jamie Lee Curtis wants matinee concerts, Ed Sheeran was hanging with Snoop Dogg, a new Peter Gabriel song dropped today, Jimmy Fallon is coming out with a festive album, there are a lot of things you can do for National Women's Day, things that can be engineered to better suit women, a guy in Florida broke a push up record, a list of questions people rarely answer honestly, a lady burned her apartment building to get rid of the bad energy, Sunny Delight has a hard alcohol version, and Vinnie reads your texts!
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While most successful sidemen are lucky to spend a decade in the music business, multi-instrumentalist Mark Rivera is working on his fifth. Best known as Billy Joel's saxophonist as well as Musical Director for Ringo Starr and his All Starr Band, Rivera has shared the stage with some of Rock 'n' Roll's greatest performers, including John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Elton John, Simon & Garfunkel, Foreigner, Peter Frampton, Tony Bennett, Sheila E., Joe Walsh, Hall & Oates, and Peter Gabriel. How does he do it while avoiding the typical pitfalls-falling out of favor with the band, burnout, depression? A devoted father and husband for nearly forty years, Rivera's recollections in Sideman demonstrate that while he struggled to balance the two worlds-a rock 'n' roller circling the globe and a regular guy worried about putting food on the table-his body's compulsion to always be playing music kept him in constant pursuit of "the next gig." The sideman is put to the test as he recounts his past from the confines of a global pandemic, and the man accustomed to "keeping up with the music" is forced to put down his instruments and reflect. Full of optimism, humor, and candor, Rivera turns the spotlight on the sideman's life, revealing not only what it takes to climb the industry ladder (and stay there), but something more surprising: a bit of ourselves rocking out amongst all those superstars. Mark Rivera is best known as Billy Joel's saxophonist, as well as Musical Director for Ringo Starr and his All Starr Band. Rivera is a multi-instrumentalist and vocalist who over the past 50 years has shared the stage and supported some of Rock ‘n' Roll's greatest performers, including John Lennon, Paul McCartney, Elton John, Simon & Garfunkel, Foreigner, Peter Frampton, Tony Bennett, Sheila E., Joe Walsh, Hall & Oates, and Peter Gabriel.
All You Ever Think About Is Sparks
He started out a middle class kid from Oregon who grumbled about taking his piano lessons. But by the time he was thirty, Jim Goodwin had worked with the likes of Sparks, John Cale, Simple Minds, Bono, Peter Gabriel and other luminaries. Jim was exceedingly generous with his time when chatting with myself and Monte Mallin. He's had a hell of a career, and I, for one, enjoyed geeking out with him over vintage synths. One-time keyboardist for Sparks, Gleaming Spires, The Call, and John Cale on tour, here's Jim Goodwin! --Christian firstname.lastname@example.org
UP3 - The Ultimate Prog Podcast Project
This month, go on location with UP3Show as we travel to the 2023 edition of Colorado ProgFest sponosored by Colorado Art Rock Society (CARS). Recorded live on location at Nissi's Event Center in Lafayette, Colorado. == WHAT WE'RE LISTENING TO & RECOMMEND == CRAIG Listening to Jellyfish LEE Listening to RAIN - Radio Silence Recommends Motion Blu (Simon Chernow) TONY Listening to Peter Gabriel-era Genesis Recommends Sound City (Documentary) Recommends Wendy Carlos AUDIENCE RECOMMENDATIONS Field Music Thinking Play == DENVER PROGFEST 2023 LINEUP == G3P - https://g3pband.com/ Monstradaumus - https://monstradamus.bravesites.com/ Affirmative Scarlett Dave & Laura's Prog Explosion Kent Adamson & Friends Jamie Krutz - CD Release - https://www.jamiekrutz.com/ Kent Adamson & More Friends - Performing "Take a Pebble" Women of Prog Mike Masse & Friends play Marillion - http://new.mikemasse.com/ Sons of Genesis - https://sonsofgenesis.com/ == COLORADO ART ROCK SOCIETY (CARS) == Web Facebook STAFF Tim Kestle Barb Segal Alan Mallory Chris Swaney (Sons of Genesis) == EVENT HOST == Nissi's Entertainment Venue & Event Center https://nissis.com/ 1455 Coal Creek Dr. Unit T Lafayette, Co 80026 Marc Gitlin, Owner == UNHEARD OF == The MC2 Project (Denver) This is an art-rock/fusion music group. This group is focused on studio work producing instrumental music combining several styles: rock music, classical, and jazz.There are two participants: professional piano player and an experienced guitar player. Web Facebook YouTube SoundCloud == SUPPORT THE SHOW == Help support UP3Show financially at: patreon.com/up3show NOW FEATURES BONUS CONTENT AND EXTRAS! Check out our new homepage at up3show.com! Follow us online: Twitter: @up3show Instagram: @up3show Mastodon: @up3show
This week Danny continues the focus on the decade of brilliant music that was the 1980's from every genre. Featuring music blocks by Michael Jackson, Pat Benatar, George Michael, Joy Division, The Police, Skinny Puppy, Whitney Houston, Ministry and many more . Also featuring classics by Fad Gadget, Yes, Bauhaus, M, Phillip Bailey, Phil Collins, Dan Hartman, Duran Duran, Prince, INXS, Devo, Swing Out Sister just to name a few. Complete Setlist - 2/25/23 Part 5 of a 10 part series of the 80's on vinyl with your host/dj Danny Diess.Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - Don't Do Me Like ThatTom Petty & The Hearbreakers - Don't Come Around Here No MoreBilly Idol - White Wedding (remix)Billy Idol - Eyes Without A FaceU2 - New Year's DayU2 - The Sweetest ThingU2 - Where The Streets Have No NameU2 - Sunday Bloody SundayPeter Gabriel - SledgehammerIcicle Works - Whisper To A ScreamGeorge Thorogood & The Destroyers - Bad To The BoneToTo - RosannaTears For Fears - ShoutPeter Shilling - Major TomThe Doobie Brothers - What A Fool BelievesThe Dream Academy - Life In A Northern TownWhitney Houston - So EmotionalWhitney Houston - How Will I KnowWhitney Houston - I Wanna Dance With SomebodyRecorded live at The She Shack Studio on March 1st 2023. © Copyright Danny Diess 2023.
A globalist group that's been around since 2007 finally emerged from the shadows last month to proclaim our imminent doom.We're talking about The Elders, ten politicians from around the world who shared a stage with the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists to declare that the time on the Doomsday Clock has moved forward ten seconds to 23:58:30—or 90 seconds until global annihilation.Who are The Elders, and why do they claim Nelson Mandela as their founder? The group was, in fact, created by billionaire Richard Branson and musician Peter Gabriel, who convinced Mandela to lend his name and reputation to the group. The message of The Elders is simple: Between war, pestilence, and climate change, we're on the eve of destruction.Because we're not coincidence theorists, it's no surprise that the messages from The Elders are echoes of the warnings from the globalists at the World Economic Forum. Whether they know it or not, they're working to build the infrastructure for the global kingdom of the Antichrist.
David Rothenberg is a writer, philosopher, ecologist, and musician, speaking out for nature in all aspects of his diverse work. He investigates the musicality of animals and the role of nature in philosophy, with a particular interest in understanding other species by making music with them. As a professor of philosophy and music at the New Jersey Institute of Technology, he “teaches engineers nonquantifiable things.” He is also an acclaimed composer and jazz clarinetist known for his integration of world music with improvisation and electronics. Originally intending to be a scientist, music pulled Rothenberg away during his high school years – ultimately becoming the modality through which he would explore nature and deep ecology. Looking back at those high school years of the 1970s, Rothenberg told The New York Times, "I was influenced by saxophonist Paul Winter's Common Ground album, which had his own compositions with whale and bird sounds mixed in. That got me interested in using music to learn more about the natural world." As an undergraduate at Harvard, Rothenberg created his own major to combine music with communication. He traveled in Europe after graduation, playing jazz clarinet. Listening to the recorded song of a hermit thrush, he heard structure that reminded him of a Miles Davis solo. Because of Rothenberg's study of animal song and his experimental interactions with animal music, he is often called an "interspecies musician." He is said to "explore the sounds of all manner of living things as both an environmental philosopher and jazz musician." Rothenberg's book Why Birds Sing: A Journey into the Mystery of Bird Song (Basic Books 2005) was inspired by an impromptu duet in March 2000 with a laughingthrush at the National Aviary in Pittsburgh. A CD accompanying the book also featured Rothenberg's duet with an Australian lyrebird. The book served as the basis for a 2006 feature-length BBC documentary of the same name. His next book, Thousand Mile Song (Basic Books 2008), reflects similar curiosity about whale sounds considered as music, from which both scientific and artistic insights emerge. It was turned into a film for French television. Philip Hoare of The London Telegraph said of the book, "while Rothenberg's madcap mission to play jazz to the whales seems as crazy as Captain Ahab's demented hunt for the great White Whale, it is sometimes such obsessions that reveal inner truths...I find myself more than a little sympathetic to the author's faintly bonkers but undoubtedly stimulating intent: to push at the barriers between human history and natural history." His book Survival of the Beautiful: Art, Science and Evolution (Bloomsbury Press 2011) was described by the journal Nature as exploring the theme that beauty is not random but is intrinsic to life—and that evolution proceeds by sumptuousness, not by utility alone. His remarkable output in books is matched by his creative output in other areas. As a composer and jazz clarinetist, Rothenberg has sixteen CDs out under his own name over the past 30 years. His 2020 releases include In the Wake of Memories and They Say Humans Exist, named best jazz album of the year by Stereo+ Magazine in Norway. He has performed or recorded with Peter Gabriel, Pauline Oliveros, Ray Phiri and Suzanne Vega. As a musician, Rothenberg tries to blend the indigenous energy of the world's primal music with the exploratory spirit of improvisation. He has studied jazz clarinet professionally, as well as Tibetan ritual wind music in Nepal and folk music in Norway. Since 2014, Rothenberg has been an Ambassador of the international non-governmental humanitarian mission, the Dolphin Embassy, participating in non-invasive research of the possibilities of free dolphins and whales – playing music for them. In 2017, the Dolphin Embassy released the full-length documentary Intraterrestrial, which received awards from international film festivals. The film's soundtrack features music by Rothenberg. Links to his extensive work, global press coverage, and extended recognition can be found on his website. Please join us in conversation with this remarkable philosopher and interspecies musician who combines art and science to make nature come alive in remarkable ways!
Check out this collection of songs about TV. You'll hear fun songs from these artists: The So So Glos, Teenage Bottlerocket, The Vapors, Michael Monroe, The Tubes, Pulp, Simple Minds, The Buggles, White Lies, Peter Gabriel, Billy Idol, Santigold, No Doubt, Bow Wow Wow. On the Air on Bedford 105.1 FM Radio *** 5pm Friday *** *** 10am Sunday *** *** 8pm Monday *** Stream live at http://188.8.131.52:8178/stream Stream on-demand most recent episodes at https://wbnh1051.podbean.com/category/suburban-underground/ And available on demand on your favorite podcast app! Twitter: @SUBedford1051 *** Facebook: SuburbanUndergroundRadio *** Instagram: SuburbanUnderground *** #newwave #altrock #alternativerock #punkrock #indierock
Una, Ian, Sean and Linda joined Ryan on the line for a chance to win concert tickets for Michael Bublé, Peter Gabriel, Madness and Soft Cell.
Ted Asregadoo and Keith Creighton talk about The Grammys, The Rock Hall nominees for 2023 and new music releases. The post Episode 70: Grammys, Rock Hall of Fame, and New Music first appeared on Planet LP Podcast.
1980 was a tense time, and this artist, a humanitarian most concerned about war and peace, put this worldwide angst into a beautiful song about games, flags, costumes, and silly games. But what is he saying in these first few lines? Is she so popular? Is she so complicated? Is she so amazing? Or are we Americans just too obtuse to hear what's really happening here? Are we too naïve to get the message? Listen for all the answers! Official Video 1991 Performance with Sting 2004 Performance Cover art by Kitty Sopow --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/christine-kiefer7/message
Across the Margin: The Podcast
This episode of Across The Margin: The Podcast features an interview with prolific author and renowned scientist and thinker Howard Bloom, who was also a music publicist in the 1970s and 1980s for performers such as Prince, Billy Joel, Michael Jackson, Bob Marley, and Styx (to name a just few). He has published a book on Islam, The Muhammad Code, an autobiography, How I Accidentally Started The Sixties — which is the focus of this episode — and three books on human evolution and group behavior: The Genius of the Beast, Global Brain, and The Lucifer Principle. Howard has been called the Einstein, Newton, and Freud of the 21st century (by Britain's Channel 4 TV). One of his seven books — Global Brain — was the subject of a symposium thrown by the Office of the Secretary of Defense which included representatives from the State Department, the Energy Department, IBM, and MIT. His work has been published in The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, Wired, Psychology Today, and Scientific American. He has been in Science since the age of ten, starting in microbiology and theoretical physics. Currently, he is working on a project entitled “The Grand Unified Theory of Everything in the Universe Including the Human Soul,” and he can be heard at 1:06 am EST every Wednesday night on 545 radio stations on Coast to Coast AM. Even amid his enormous contributions to Science, Howard found the time to birth the largest PR firm in the music industry which led him to work with the aforementioned artists as well as with Paul Simon, Bette Midler, AC/DC, Aerosmith, Kiss, Queen, Peter Gabriel, David Byrne, and Run DMC. In that role he helped found Farm Aid and Amnesty International. More recently he's collaborated with Buzz Aldrin and the 11th president of India, Dr. APJ Kalam, on harvesting solar power in space and transmitting it to earth, a path to net zero and the Green New Deal (For more, see http://howardbloom.institute or howardbloom.net.) In a career and life spanning interview, host Michael Shields and Howard Bloom dig deep into Howard's roots, inspirations, and adventures that helped forge one of the most fascinating and innovative minds of the modern era. They discuss the teachings of poets and scientists that have forever shaped Howard's worldview and the dynamic way in which he lives his life. They explore the idea of “ecstatic” emotions, having an interdisciplinary approach to both work and life, the benefits of being a perpetual outsider, his current work with the Howard Bloom Institute, a project entitled “The Glorified Theory of Everything in the Universe Including the Human Soul,” and so much more. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
“The Court” is in session as the Tabletop gives its verdict on Peter Gabriel's latest Full Moon release. Plus, they play “Point/Counterpoint” on the topic of remixes.
Welcome to Live From Progzilla Towers Edition 468. In this edition we heard music by 10CC, Henge, Ange, Masal, Godley & Creme, Zopp, Android, Isbjörg, Cardiacs, Jaime Rosas, Joni Mitchell, Peter Gabriel, Garden Of Live Flowers, Depeche Mode, The Bond Ft Geoff Mann, Jade Warrior, Yacobs, Overhead, Porcupine Tree, The Flower Kings, Sigur Rós, The Moody Blues & Unitopia.
"Let Go" New Prog-Rock From This Multi-Instrumentalist#newmusic #progrock #multiinstrumentalist #mattdorseyMulti-instrumentalist Matt Dorsey To Release New Progressive-Pop-Rock Album “Let Go” Feat. Marco Minnemann and Dave Kerzner“Let Go” is a new collection of songs written and recorded by multi-instrumentalist Matt Dorsey. Stylistically it stands as a blend of all the artists and bands that influenced him including, Rush, Yes, Genesis, Pink Floyd, XTC, The Police, Peter Gabriel, Steely Dan and more. It can be described as progressive-pop-rock. On it Matt sings and plays guitars, bass, keyboards, percussion and, on two of the songs, the drums. Marco Minnemann provides drums on three tracks and Jonathan Mover on another three. Dave Kerzner performs a keyboard solo that he wrote for one of the songs.Website: https://www.mattdorseyofficial.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mattdorseyofficial/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/matt.dorsey.1291Twitter: https://twitter.com/MattDorsey18Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCh-B_QKrlsJgnp7eSkcdTogThanks for tuning in, please be sure to click that subscribe button and give this a thumbs up!!Email: email@example.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/listen_to_the_vibes_/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thevibesbroadcastnetworkLinktree: https://linktr.ee/the_vibes_broadcastTikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZMeuTVRv2/Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheVibesBrdcstTruth: https://truthsocial.com/@KoyoteFor all our social media and other links, go to: Linktree: https://linktr.ee/the_vibes_broadcastPlease subscribe, like, and share!
A list of artists who never won a Grammy, Peter Gabriel has some new music, Ticketmaster is trying to not screw up the sales for the Beyoncé tour, Belarus has legalized music piracy, Megan Fox went to a Grammys party with a broken wrist and a concussion, the Black Eyed Peas is suing a toy company because of a commercial, a lady found a bag with money in it and turned it in instead of taking it, a 76 year old woman fell in a creek but a UPS driver saved her a life, a cat got returned for being too affectionate but found a new home, people want the day off after the big game to be a holiday, the Pope's Twitter account tweeted praise for the middle finger, finding love in 2023 has 1 in 6 people running background checks on their online dates, deep likes are creepy, you should unfollow your friends exes, and Vinnie reads your texts!
Recorded Live at The She Shack Studio on 1/31/23-2/4/23.Complete setlist *tracks not included on youtube video of this episode*Kraftwerk- Computer WorldKraftwerk- Pocket CalculatorThe Sugarcubes - Blue Eyed PopThe Fixx - Stand Or FallFad Gadget - LadyshaveMorrissey- The Last Of The Famous International PlayboysCocteau Twins - Wax And WaneSkinny Puppy - AddictionThe Stone Roses - I Wanna Be AdoredSwans -Love Will Save YouSaint Etienne - Stoned To Say The LeastPeter Gabriel - SledgehammerJohn Foxx - He's A LiquidFever Ray - When I Grow UpDeath In June - The CallingDeath In June Heaven StreetCoil - Teenage Lightening*Tangerine Dream - Pick Up At High Noon (Near Dark Soundtrack)Gary Numan - Splinter* Tangerine Dream - Love On A Real Train (Risky Business Soundtrack)Kate Bush - Experiment IV (Original Extended Remix 1986)*© Copyright Danny Diess 2023
Las últimas noticias del Rock. Además Def Leppard, Motley Crue, Peter Gabriel, Alice Cooper, Depeche Mode,Slipknot y muchos más.
This episode leads off with a very special editorial from Johnny Teflon. Then we dive into Americas recent obsession with sending absolute clowns to represent us in ALL levels of government. PLUS- it's time for another Halftime extravaganza! The boys discuss their favorite halftime show, who they'd like to see someday, and what they'd do with the ultimate gift from the NFL. Featuring musical selections by Alice Cooper, Peter Gabriel, and U2.
Discussing 100 albums of the 1980s selected from https://besteveralbums.com. The show starts at (2:18). Cleaning the Stacks segment starts at (9:26). This Day in Music History segment starts at (25:15). Josh's Movie Corner segment starts at (29:50). This episode covers the following albums: Slayer - Reign in Blood (34:52), XTC - Skylarking (1:19:34), and Peter Gabriel - So (2:02:43). --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/combingthestacks/message
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Playlist for this show :- 1 Panopticom .. Peter Gabriel ( 2023 ) 2 The Stone House .. Myth Of Logic ( Surrounded By Ghosts 2022 )( Album Of The Week ) 3 Born To The Sky .. Myth Of Logic ( Surrounded By Ghosts 2022 )( Album Of The Week ) 4 Mother .. […]
In 1986, an ex-prog rocker introduced himself to the pop landscape and blew the doors right off. Peter Gabriel, the suave art-rocker who was equal parts world music advocate, equal parts horndog-with-a-heart-of-gold, made an album so catchy, so honest, so unique that it captured the imaginations of music snobs and normies alike. That album was "So", and your Pod Like a Steam hosts are here to evaluate it, Sledgehammer-by-sledgehammer, hit by hit. Play along at home, give this seminal record a spin, and join Marc, Eric and Steve as they spend a little time celebrating Peter's discography, time with the band Genesis, and score work before diving in to "So". It'll be a good time. You might get a little hot and bothered, but who could blame ya. Also- Pod Like a Hole studios apparently is still infested by frogs ever since the Tool episode. Our apologies we are working on that. TIMESTAMPS: Into/News Bulletins/Plug Like a Hole: 0:00- 24:26 Peter Gabriel History- Genesis/Solo Work: 24:26 - 1:38:50 SO (History/Track by Track analysis) : 1:38:50 - 2:49:04 Rankings/ Roll the Dice/ Outro : 2:49:04 - 3:02:00 Video Links Sledgehammer (official video) https://youtu.be/OJWJE0x7T4Q Don't Give Up (official video) https://youtu.be/VjEq-r2agqc Big Time (official video) https://youtu.be/PBAl9cchQac Steam (official video) https://youtu.be/Qt87bLX7m_o Sledgehammer (Live 1987). https://youtu.be/W9oYSawDEkA PLAH Links Like this episode and want to buy us a cup of Joe in thanks? www.ko-fi.com/podlikeahole Facebook (The only reason to visit that site) https://www.facebook.com/podlikeahole/ Instagram (Unfortunately, no pics of the hosts wearing short shorts) https://www.instagram.com/pod_like_a_hole_podcast/ Twitter (self-promo or oh no) https://twitter.com/podlikeahole Patreon (Until we muster up the courage for an OnlyFans site) https://www.patreon.com/join/podlikeahole Artwork by Greg Wolgast https://www.instagram.com/g.wolgast/
Global with Courtney Pine - Discovering Nu Jazz and Beyond
Courtney's playing refreshingly cool new jazzy vibes for you to work, rest and play to! Jam-packed full of new releases and plenty of fun, including many of the artists introducing their own tracks! This wk Cedar Walton tribute, UK R&B, Afro-Latin rhythms, synth & sax, Brazilian beats, fresh bop, mellow flute/sax, organ trio, classic Stevie...let these restorative beats warm you through the winter folks, spring is on the way!Please let all your jazz friends know that they can listen for free on Apple podcasts, Google Podcasts, Amazon Music and always at jazz-pod.comVisit our archive here Join the CPG community by following us on Facebook & Instagram Ask us ANYTHING(!) about jazz over on Twitter Watch our FAB & FUN artist features over on Tiktok[0'00] Steve Turre - Planting the Ceed (Generations SMOKE SESSIONS Tr1) Steve Turre tb/comp Orion Turre dr Wallace Roney Jr tpt Isaiah J Thompson pno Corcoran Holt bsAn homage to Cedar Walton. “He's one of my heroes,” Turre says of the great pianist, who was a member of Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers when Turre joined the band in 1973. ... he planted the seed in me when I was young and started playing with him.”[8'29] Robert Mitchell & True Think - The Best of Us feat Xan Blacq/Deborah Jordan vc Yelfris Valdéz tpt (Hold The Light BUCKS Tr7) Robert Mitchell keys Tom Mason bs Zayn Mohammed gtr Saleem Raman drTrue Think is a multi-generational, multi-cultural reflection of several periods of Robert Mitchell's musical journey. They blend Electronic, Jazz, RnB, Spoken Word, film and folk influences together to create a unique sound. The album features a long list of special guests, including internationally renowned Grammy-nominated vocalists, and a Grammy winner amongst the production cast.[13'19] Colectiva - How Do You Like Your Ladies? (Jazz re:freshed)Sarah Wackett (flute), Poppy Daniels (trumpet), Viva Msimang (trombone), Luisa Santiago (keys), Alley Lloyd (bass), Lilli Elina (congas), Lya Reis Guerrero (drums), with additional writing credits to Deanna Wilhelm and Cleo Savva.How Do You Like Your Ladies? is an anthemic-party-starter that channels the bands frustration at patriarchy and gender-based violence through rich Afro-Latin rhythms, fiery horn motifs, salsa influences, and jazz-inflected breaks.[16'27] The Comet Is Coming - Lucid Dreamer (Hyper Dimensional Expansion Beam IMPULSE Tr3)Danalogue keys Betamax dr King Shabaka tnrLondon-based Mercury Prize nominated synth-sax-drum trio featuring DANALOGUE (Dan Leavers), SHABAKA (Shabaka Hutchings) recorded at Peter Gabriel's Real World studio. [19'53] Anat Cohen - Boa Tarde Povo (De Melo) - Quartetinho ANZIC Tr3 4'57 Anat Cohen cl Tal Mashiach bs Vitor Gonçalves keys James Shipp vb/keysClarinet virtuous Anat with a top-tier lineup on amazing world-folk grooves. The funky rhythm bears a resemblance to baião beats common to the forró and cocó genres, although the specific pattern is elusive, suggestive of a style with many variations between Bahia and Pernambuco. [24'29] Jim Witzel - Feelin' it - Feelin' it Tr1 7'18 Jim Witzel gtr/comp Brian Ho keys, Jason Lewis dr Dann Zinn tnrGuitarist, composer and educator JIM WITZEL has long enjoyed the “organ trio” format. In his second album, FEELIN' IT, he puts his own spin on those great recordings of the 50s and 60s (up to the present day) with a project comprising four standards, three of Witzel's originals and a well-known pop tune.[31'43] Hamish Balfour - Running Colours (Balfour/Esmerelda) (Running Colours SHAPES OF RHYTHM Tr2 Hamish Balfour on Keyboards, Laurie Lowe on drums, Pete Martin on bass (who used to play with Courtney incidentally!) and Rob Updegraff on Guitar. Elsa Esmerelda vocals'Running Colours' is the debut LP from Hamish Balfour, the-go to keys player for Tenderlonious, Jaubi and many more.[36'17] Lakecia Benjamin - Moods Phoenix WHIRLWIND Tr8 Josh Evans, Victor Gould on keys, Orange Rodriguez on synths, drummer Enoch (EJ) Strickland, percussionist Nêgah Santos and bassist Ivan Taylor. Trumpeter Wallace Roney Jr, Rhodes organist Anastassiya Petrova and bassist Jahmal Nichols all join for one track each.Phoenix is the highly-anticipated, expansive new album in the musical evolution of alto saxophonist and composer Lakecia Benjamin, due out January 27, 2023 via Whirlwind Recordings. The album was produced by the multi-Grammy-award winning Terri Lyne Carrington and features a star-studded line up of specially curated guests Dianne Reeves, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Patrice Rushen, Sonia Sanchez, Angela Davis and Wayne Shorter. [41'05] Steve Gadd/Eddie Gomez/Ronnie Cuber ft WDR Big Band - Sign Sealed Delivered (Wonder) - Center Stage Tr1 7'17 Steve Gadd dr, Eddie Gomez bs, Ronnie Cuber bari Simon Oslender pno Michael Abene cond/arr Gadd, Gomez and Cuber were all members of the Gadd Gang, a very popular unit which blended jazz, R&B and groovin' funk and released three albums in the 1980's and 1990's.Next week on CPG Bitesize we're hearing from Bela Fleck's ace saxophonist and HeadHunting for Water Bears! Intrigued?? Hit subscribe here so you don't miss it!!
Phil Collins se convirtió en cantante de Genesis cuando Peter Gabriel se fue del grupo. Si no estaba ensayando, componiendo y grabando, Collins andaba de gira por el mundo. "Si te vas otra vez, no voy a estar cuando vuelvas", le dijo su mujer. Y se fue, nomás... con otro. En la amargura, Phil se puso a escribir canciones. "In the air tonight" fue la primera. Comenzaría, así, la aventura solista. Durante una década Phil Collins reinó, imbatible, al tope de los charts: con Genesis y también solo. Mientras tanto, se iba casando y divorciando, divorciando y casando. Esta es la historia de uno de los éxitos más resonantes de la música, en la soledad del artista.
Welcome to Live From Progzilla Towers Edition 466. In this edition we heard music by Jeff Beck, Epoch Of Chirality, Riverside, Hoyry-Kone, Happy The Man, Calaspera, Dexter Wansel, La Maschera Di Cera, Rain, Simon Phillips, Molesome, Isobar, Peter Gabriel, Rupert Holmes, Os Mutantes, Kin Ping Meh, Lydian Collective, Rachel Flowers, Steve Jansen & Yukihiro Takahashi, The Mighty Ra and David Crosby & Graham Nash.
Grammy winning new age pianist Peter Kater and Paul Cardall, also an award winning pianist, discuss Peter's career and the history new age music. They talk about building successful and prosperous independent music careers in a genre often misunderstood and overlooked by the commercial market. ABOUT PETER KATERWebsite: http://www.peterkater.comFacebookTwitterYoutubeInstagram Listen to Peter KaterSpotifyApple MusicAmazon Music Peter Kater was born of German parents in the Bavarian City of Munich. At the age of seven, not long after moving to New Jersey, his mother insisted that he take classical piano lessons. At the age of 18 Peter left New Jersey with his backpack and his music books and hitch-hiked all around the continental US for over a year. He slept in parks and on beaches and roadsides across the country while stopping to play piano at restaurants and lounges for tips and meals. After logging in over 30,000 miles on the road Peter landed in Boulder, Colorado, finding comfort and inspiration in the Rocky Mountains which reminded him of his childhood upbringing in the Bavarian Alps. Shortly thereafter he started listening to the music of pianist Keith Jarrett; the avant jazz group, Oregon; and the Paul Winter Consort. This opened a whole new musical world and he began improvising 3-4 hours a night at clubs and lounges throughout the Boulder/Denver area sometimes 5 to 6 nights a week. After several years he tired of playing clubs and lounges and quit all his engagements and began renting out small churches and self-promoting small concerts through out Colorado. In 1983 Peter released his first album of solo piano compositions and improvisations entitled SPIRIT. His music was very well received and started charting in the Top 10 of National Contemporary Jazz Airplay charts and within a short couple of years Peter went from playing small churches to performing at 3,000 seat concert halls and at national jazz festivals at the age of 27. In 1985, Actor ROBERT REDFORD asked Peter to play at the then brand new Sundance Institute & Film Festival in Utah. Peter became the featured performer at many of Redford's “green” political fundraisers and events attended by many Hollywood A-list actors, directors and celebrities such as Alan Alda, Sidney Pollock, James Brooks, Dave Grusin, Laura Dern, Mathew Broderick and Ted Turner to name just a very few. In his concerts around Colorado, Peter started to share the stage with some of his favorite artists from his teen years such as DAN FOGELBERG and JOHN DENVER. John Denver asked Peter to coordinate the music for his ground breaking Choices for the Future Symposiums every summer in Aspen, Colorado and also invited him to perform at concerts in Japan and at World Forum events performing for dignitaries and celebrities such as Mikael Gorbachov and Shirley McLain. These collaborations with John Denver went on for almost 10 years until John's untimely death in 1997. Peter's music also caught the attention of New York City's legendary director and Circle Rep Theater co-founder, Marshall Mason and Pulitzer Prize winning playwright, Lanford Wilson. Peter's music became the score to their Tony-Award winning Broadway production of Burn This starring John Malkovich and Joan Allen which ran for over one year. As the newest member of their “A-team” in the following years Peter scored the music for 11 On- & Off-Broadway dramatic plays receiving widespread critical acclaim. As Peter's music spread across the world he scored more music for television and films and worked closely with his favorite environmental and humanitarian organizations such as Greenpeace, the National Wildlife Federation, the Nature Conservancy and ChildReach. In 1989 a close friend gave Peter a cassette called Earth Spirit by Native American flutist, R. CARLOS NAKAI. Peter was completely taken by the beauty and earthiness of the Native flute. Peter tracked down Nakai and asked him to collaborate with him on a recording. In the studio they felt as if they'd been playing together forever and their first album, Natives, was completed effortlessly in just a few hours. When recording with Nakai, Peter felt he was embarking on a little “personal” indulgence, temporarily diverging from his thriving mainstream contemporary jazz career. But to his surprise, while his recordings like Coming Home, Two Hearts, Gateway and Rooftops were charting in the Top 10 of National Jazz charts; the new recordings with R. Carlos Nakai quickly became immensely popular in the alternative market selling 100's of thousands of units each and generated a solid and much more personal fan base. Because of the deep satisfaction Peter felt in co-creating this beautiful music with Nakai, he quickly lost interest in the “jazz” genres and shifted his focus to music of a more intimate “healing” nature. Peter then recognized a need for music in support of the healing arts that could actually aid in deep personal healing and transformation. He recorded albums like Compassion and Essence that provided not only a loving supportive musical landscape but also an invitation to dive deeply and safely into one's essential emotional and spiritual nature. Many more CD's in support of the Healing Arts followed as did more recordings with R. Carlos Nakai, seven of which charted in the Top 20 of Billboard's New Age chart. Peter's love and appreciation for the earth and indigenous cultures inspired him to invite more indigenous musicians to record on various projects with him including Native American vocalists Joanne Shenandoah, Bill Miller and Rita Coolidge; Native American flutists Robert Mirabal, Joseph Firecrow, Mary Youngblood, Douglas Blue Feather, Kevin Locke; and South American flutists Jorge Alfano and Ara Tokatlian. Peter also composed two songs for the immensely popular Sacred Spirit recording which sold over 5 millions copies in Europe alone. Peter's music continued to grow and evolve and found it's way into the 2000 and 2004 World Olympics, the Kentucky Derby, the Wild World of Sports and countless television shows like Good Morning America, Entertainment Tonight, LifeStyles of the Rich & Famous and Bay Watch to name just few. He's scored the music for acclaimed television series like How The West Was Lost; Wild America; Civil War: The Untold Story; Eco-Challenge and Joseph Campbell's Mythos series and films like Sirius, The Legend of Secret Pass and 10 QUESTIONS FOR THE DALAI LAMA. He's given concerts throughout the USA, Europe, Japan and South Korea including performances at the Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall, JFK Stadium in Washington DC, Red Rocks Amphitheater in Denver and the United Nations in NYC where he received the prestigious United Nations Environment Leadership Award. Possibly one of Peter's strongest attributes is his love for collaboration with other artists such as Singer/songwriter Kenny Loggins; Tibetan flutist, Nawang Khechog; Sting guitarist Dominic Miller; Sacred Chantress Snatam Kaur and of course his legendary collaboration with Native American flutist, R. Carlos Nakai. He's also enjoyed performing and recording with many other talented musicians such as virtuoso reedman Paul McCandless; Maverick Cellist David Darling; Peter Gabriel's legendary Bassist, Tony Levin; and renowned Brazilian cellist Jaques Morelenbaum. Peter has often been called prolific and is said to have the “gift of melody”. His love and enthusiasm for the creative process, self-exploration, the healing arts and the natural world continues to inspire a well-spring of composing and recording. In a thriving career spanning over 3 decades and going strong, Peter Kater has recorded over 60 albums resulting in the sales of millions of units; has scored the music for well over 100 television and film productions including 11 On- and Off-Broadway dramatic plays; ands the recipient of dozens of awards and honors including 14 Grammy® nominations and a Grammy Award win for his 2017 Dancing On Water recording and his 2019 Wings recording. But most importantly his music has uplifted, soothed, healed and inspired the lives of millions of people all around the world. ABOUT THE HOST PAUL CARDALLhttp://www.paulcardall.comhttp://www.facebook.com/paulcardallmusichttp://www.youtube.com/cardallhttp://www.instagram.com/paulcardall LISTEN TO HIS MUSICAPPLE MUSIC - https://music.apple.com/us/artist/paul-cardall/4312819SPOTIFY - https://open.spotify.com/artist/7FQRbf8gbKw8KZQZAJWxH2AMAZON - Ask Alexa to play Peaceful Piano by Paul Cardall Paul Cardall is an artist who has given a new meaning to the phrase, a change of heart and how he used this radical change to take his music to an unexpected place. Despite being born with a potentially life-threatening heart defect Paul Cardall has become a world recognized pianist. He is even endorsed by Steinway & Sons as one of the finest pianist of our time. A Dove award winner for his Christmas album, Paul's recordings have debuted on 11 No. 1 Billboard charts along with 46 other chart debuts. His music has 25 million monthly listeners with more than 3 billion lifetime streams and is often categorized as Classical, Christian, and Holiday. Although most of albums are instrumental, Paul has songs that feature Grammy winning gospel legend CeCe Winans, Matt Hammitt (Sanctus Real), Kristin Chenoweth, Country duo Thompson Square, David Archuleta, Tyler Glenn (Neon Trees), Audrey Assad, Steven Sharp Nelson (The Piano Guys), and more. Paul has performed for audiences worldwide including the White House. Forbes, American Songwriter, Jesus Calling, Lifestyles Television, Mix Magazine, and countless other media outlets have share his remarkable journey of receiving a life changing heart transplant and using music as a tool to help God heal spiritual, mental, and emotional hearts.
Today we are remote broadcasting high above the deep blue Pacific Ocean, from the middle of the iconic Woodshed Recording in Malibu. Our Host is the Owner of Woodshed, Richard Gibbs, and his Head of Sound Engineering, Josh Kay! Get excited, very excited. You are about to take a very rare tour of Woodshed Recording led by Richard Gibbs… Why is Woodshed Recording considered iconic? Let me give you a small taste of just a few of the music giants who have recorded here: Sting, Mumford & Sons, Lorde, Neil Young, Macklemore, Tom Petty, Peter Gabriel, Kanye West, Metallica, and Lenny Kravitz! Even Will Smith and Sean Penn! Richard "Ribbs" Gibbs is an American film composer and music producer whose 70 + film credits include Say Anything, 10 Things I Hate About You, Dr. Dolittle, Big Momma's House, Queen of the Damned, the television series Battlestar Galactica and the first season of The Simpsons, among many, many others. He is the producer for bands and music artists Purple Mountains Majesties, Mark Hoppus (Blink-182) Eisley, Korn, Richard Page And Queen Of The Damned He was in Oingo Boingo from 1980 - 1984. Special guests on this special broadcast include Mike Gormley, Mariel Hemingway, Melissa Yamaguchi, Heather Dawson, artist Ava Lynn Thuresson, Evegaline Rose Thuresson, Elise Thuresson, and Head Sound Engineer at Woodshed Recording Josh Kay, Videographer Marco Antonio Gutierrez-Garza and Richard "Dr. D" Dugan Today's Soundtrack features music recorded at Woodshed Recording, including Coldplay, U2, Lady Gaga, John Mayor, Barbara Streisand, Harry Styles, Justin Beiber, DJ Khaled, Quavo, Chance the Rapper, Lil Wayne, Kenny Chesney, The Chainsmokers, Pink, Shawn Mendes, and Julia Michaels! Your tour today is led by Heather Dawson, creator of the newsmagazine show California Life with Heather Dawson. The show is syndicated now airing Nationwide on over 300 stations and international streaming – named Top 50 California Youtube channels to follow! Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org We're about to let you behind the curtain of Woodshed recording. Few have been allowed access. You must never speak of what you are about to see. The piano has been signed by hundreds of musicians, including Bono, Coldplay, and Tom Petty. Please don't touch the piano. The blue guitar there? Shawn Mended played it on his hit “In My Blood.” Ah, ah, ah! Please don't touch any of the instruments during the tour. No flash photography, please. Otherwise, enjoy the tour! Here, Put this lanyard around your neck. You now have ALL ACCESS to Woodshed Recording. Let's GO! Find Richard Gibbs & Head Sound Engineer Josh Kay on www.woodshedrecording.com Or on Instagram Richard Gibbs - on IG @iamrichardgibbs Josh Kay - Head Engineer - @josh.kay_ Woodshed Recording @woodshedrecording
On this week's show, we... spend quality time with new records from Margo Price & Myron Elkins spin fresh tracks from U2, The Hold Steady & Peter Gabriel bid adieu to Terry Hall & Jeff Beck All this & much, much less! Debts No Honest Man Can Pay is over 2 rock-solid hours of musical eclectica & other noodle stories. The show started in 2003 at WHFR-FM (Dearborn, MI), moved to WGWG-FM (Boiling Springs, NC) in 2006 & Plaza Midwood Community Radio (Charlotte, NC) in 2012, with a brief pit-stop at WLFM-FM (Appleton, WI) in 2004.
Another fun filled episode of post punk new wave request. This week featuring new music by Peter Gabriel and classics by gang of four, Wire, grace jones and more. Recorded live at The She Shack Studio on January 12-16th 2023.© Copyright Danny DiessComplete Setlist - Grace Jones - Warm Leatherette00:00Cyndi Lauper - Money Changes Everything08:08John Foxx -Plaza13:19Sisters Of Mercy - Alice17:33The English Beat - Save It For Later21:00NIN _ The Lovers27:45David Bowie - The Heart's Filthy Lesson (Reznor Remix)31:40Danielle Dax - White Knuckle Ride36:40Gang Of Four - Natural's Not In It40:02Gang Of Four- Ether42:54Wang Chung - Dance Hall Days46:38Kate Bush - Hounds Of Love53:44Wire - I Am The Fly56:44The Glove - Blue Sunshine59:51Lena Lovich - Lucky Number64:38The Fall - Wings67:24The Pretenders - Show Me71:46Siouxsie & The Banshees - The Ghost In You75:50Depeche Mode - Told You So83:34Peter Gabriel -Panopticom (Bright Side Mix)88:08
New music from Peter Gabriel's first album of all new songs in 20 years. Also, Daughter has their first album of all new songs; it's been seven years for them. Plus, a heavy beat from Vagabon, wisdom from Steady Holiday and more.Featured Artists and Songs:1. Peter Gabriel: "Panopticom," from i/o2. Daughter: "Be On Your Way," from Stereo Mind Game3. Vagabon: "Carpenter," (Single)4. Steady Holiday: "The Balance," from Newfound Oxygen5. Gina Birch: "I Play My Bass Loud," from I Play My Bass Loud6. The Trials of Cato: "Aberdaron," from Gog Magog
This week on The Metro, Warlock Jeff Ivins brings you the following bands for your time warp to the 80s: The Cramps, China Crisis, Scandal, Peter Gabriel, Sparks, Rank & File, Nena, Katrina & The Waves, The J Geils Band, Altered Images, Corey Hart, Boys Don’t Cry, INXS, Tommy Tutone, and finishing off with some Peter Schilling.
Shaping Success With Wes Tankersley
PISTOL BLACK/MUSICIANTune in to this week's episode of Shaping Success with Wes Tankersley as he talks to Chase Waters aka Pistol Black about his story of success.Pistol Black's success story started in Mississippi where he grew up. He got into music by watching recordings of music videos from MTV his friends would record from their VCR and give to him since he only had one or two channels. He was enthralled by the videos, especially Peter Gabriel's Sledge Hammer. From there his friend showed him how to play guitar, then his road to success led him to getting his first drum set, then he started a band with a friend.He has a rock band named Candy Bone that's about to release their first single and video from their debut album. He mentions that his band mates have other obligations to other bands and projects, so he created Pistol Black as his outlet. His success meaning as a solo independent artist is that he can do what he wants without anyone telling him what to do.He says as an independent artist, he does the graphic design, marketing, and management himself. His affirmation for success is a One-Man Label. If there was a record deal, there would be people to do that for him, but he would have to pay for it and most likely lose creative control. He wants to be independent as long as possible.The recording industry can affect the mental health and cause people to just give up. He will not give up. His music career is his life, therapy, and oxygen; his living passion. How does Pistol Black deal with haters? He says he doesn't get many haters. The haters he gets are usually from his cover songs. His mindset for achievement in dealing with haters is to talk shit right back to them. Once in a while, a hater will turn into a fan. He and Wes discussed covers such as Johnny Cash's cover of Nine Inch Nail's song “Hurt” and Weezer's cover of TLC's “Scrubs.”Pistol Black's song “You're Still (my Hometown)” is about how he goes out on the road and stays in other places, but 3 hours from where he lives, there is a lot of filming done. So he feels though his hard work, he should get support from his hometown, or he better move to Nashville and try something else. What aCheck out our sponsor The Warriors Collection for coffee, gear and more use code TANK at check out for a special Discount! https://warriorscollectionbrand.com/ Check out our sponsor Tattooed and Successful @tattoedandsuccessfulco use code TANK at check out for a special Discount! https://tattooedandsuccessful.com/Support the showFor merchandise, podcast and youtube: https://linktr.ee/wes.tankersley Join the Success Warrior Crew Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/successwarriorcrew/ This Episode of Shaping Success is brought to you by Terry Levy at Parkway Chevrolet in Tomball Texas. If you are in the market for a new car or truck give Terry a call at 346-273-1042 thats 346-273-1042 and let Terry help you out. Don't forget The best Way is Parkway! Check out our sponsor Tattooed and Successful @tattoedandsuccessfulco use code TANK at check out for a special Discount! https://tattooedandsuccessful.com/ Check out our sponsor The Warriors Collection for coffee, gear and more use code TANK at check out for a special Discount! https://warriorscollectionbrand.com/ Follow Shaping Success https://shapingsuccesspodcast.buzzsprout.com/ Email Wes@westankersley.com for guest ideas or to be on the show!
For the record, we couldn't get enough music 40 years ago. This week Enjoy Stuff remembers how we consumed our music and what was popular in 1983. Jay and Shua spin you right round baby, right round on Enjoy Stuff! Let's look back at what music was popular in 1983 and how we listened, on a very musical episode of Enjoy Stuff News Wednesday is renewed for a season 2 at Netflix Some kids at an elementary school in Racine, Wisconsin are collecting cereal for a world record. You can donate tasty breakfast or money here: Amazon Wish List. Peter Gabriel is releasing his first new album in 21 years! 4/4/23 you too can enter the grid when TRON Lightcycle Run opens in Magic Kingdom Ke Huy Quan wins a Golden Globe and reveals that his entertainment lawyer knows the Truffle Shuffle Sad news as we lost a trio of legends. RIP Lisa Marie Presley, Jeff Beck, and Robbie Kneivel Check out our TeePublic store for some enjoyable swag and all the latest fashion trends What we're Enjoying After watching season 1 of Willow on Disney+, Jay went back and remembered how fun Willow the movie was. A fantasy adventure with humor and a lot of heart. Shua has been immersed in a Star Trek soundtrack playlist on Spotify that includes music from just about every show, movie, and project you could think of. A nice variety of sci-fi tunes for your daily listen. Sci-Fi Saturdays/MCU Location Scout In 1998 Aerosmith would close their eyes, just to hear you breathing. Creepy? Not when you realize it's the soundtrack from the Bruce Willis, Ben Affleck disaster flick Armageddon. As hokey and over the top as this Michael Bay movie is, it's still a lot of fun. Check it out on Sci-Fi Saturdays on Retrozap.com. Plus, stay tuned for a little known post-apocalyptic film called Six-String Samurai, coming this Saturday. Enjoy Music! Music has been a determining factor of a culture since Ringo Starr discovered it as a Caveman. But in the 80s it seemed to take it to a whole other level. This week we take a look at where we got our music and what was popular. This week, 40 years ago, Men at Work had the number one spot with Down Under. And while Australia was all the rage at this time, it was just one of the many songs we would keep track of on the charts when we listened to Casey Kasem bring it to us each week on American Top 40. While listening to the radio was nice, we couldn't pick the songs we wanted. So we headed into the record stores for our records and tapes. Enjoy Stuff will share the history and origins of some of our listening vessels on this week's show. Plus, we remember some of the iconic stores that were enjoying their heyday in the malls and other venues across the country. It's a musical episode for the scrapbook. Come join us as we Enjoy Music! Where did you get your music in 1983? Did you listen on vinyl, cassette, American Top 40? Did you read all of these shownotes? First person that emails me with the subject line, “Keep your feet on the ground and keep reaching for the stars” will get a special mention on the show. Let us know. Come talk to us in the Discord channel or send us an email to EnjoyStuff@RetroZap.com
Between You And Me - A Podcast About Marillion
The latest BYAMPOD is a bit of a mixed bag. It starts with a discussion about Peter Gabriel's first brand new music in over 20 years, and Steve Rothery's forthcoming solo tour, before delving into the past to look at a website update from 1997, plus reviews from the 80s of Marillion's VHS video collection, and Mick Wall's Market Square Heroes book...Support us here for early access and exclusive eps: https://www.patreon.com/mrbiffoPaul's new album: https://mrbiffo.bandcamp.comFollow BYAMPOD on Twitter and Facebook!Email us here: email@example.com Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot catch up with longtime friend, screenwriter and director Cameron Crowe. They discuss his films, most notably Almost Famous, which recently wrapped up a run on Broadway as a musical. They talk about the differences between making a movie and a stage production, getting Peter Gabriel's “In Your Eyes” for Say Anything… and more. Join our Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3sivr9TBecome a member on Patreon: https://bit.ly/3slWZvcSign up for our newsletter: https://bit.ly/3eEvRnGMake a donation via PayPal: https://bit.ly/3dmt9lUSend us a Voice Memo: Desktop: bit.ly/2RyD5Ah Mobile: sayhi.chat/soundops Featured Songs:Casey Likes and the Cast of Almost Famous, "No Friends," No Friends (Single), Sony Masterworks Broadway, 2022Dean Jones & Susan Browning, "Barcelona," Company (Original Broadway Cast), Columbia, 1970Stillwater, "Fever Dog," Almost Famous, DreamWorks, 2000Solea Pfeiffer and the Cast of Almost Famous, "Morocco," Morocco (Single), Sony Masterworks Broadway, 2022Peter Gabriel, "In Your Eyes," So, Real World, 1986Jónsi, "Sinking Friendships," Go, XL, 2010Dry Cleaning, "Don't Press Me," Stumpwork, 4AD, 2022
The Imbalanced History of Rock and Roll
Hot off the (sandwich) presses in the Bent Newsroom: -The sudden passing of Jeff Beck!!! -Foo Fighters announce first show for 2023, more sure to follow! -Peter Gabriel's "Panopticom" makes a splash! -U2 announces "Songs Of Surrender!" -Tool's Danny Carey sittin' in on Late Night! -Fripp & Toyah keep rockin' into a new year! -1st Quarter album release highlights & more! We LOVE our sponsors, check them out right here: #Boldfoot Socks https://boldfoot.com #CrookedEye Brewery https://crookedeyebrewery.com/ Don't forget that you can find all of our episodes, on-demand, for free right here on our web site: https://imbalancedhistory.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
As a three-time Grammy award-winning producer and mixer, it's clear that diversity is at the heart of David Bottrill's impressive discography. With a diverse range of artists including Peter Gabriel, Smashing Pumpkins, Tool, Muse, Silverchair, Staind, and Rush, David's work spans genres and generations, resulting in a sound that is both familiar and progressive. Check out David Bottrill's website here: https://www.davidbottrill.com/ Check out David's music: https://www.allmusic.com/artist/david-bottrill-mn0000941114/credits Subscribe to the email list and get yourself some free goodies: https://producelikeapro.com Want to create radio ready mixes from the comfort of your home? Go check out https://promixacademy.com/courses/ Check out all other services here: https://linktr.ee/producelikeapro
Season 3, Episode 46For our first episode of 2023, we thought we'd take a look at a couple of recent albums. We have Shriekback's Bowlahoola, which was released at the very tail-end of 2022 and The Waterboys' All Souls Hill, which came out earlier in that year. In music news we talk about the new Peter Gabriel single, Siouxsie Sioux's return to the stage, an upcoming Michael Stipe album and the passing of Terry Hall.Shriekback's website where you an purchase Bowlahoola:https://www.shriekback.com/The Waterboys website:https://mikescottwaterboys.com/Our official website:http://newwavemusicpodcast.comEnjoy the podcast? How about buying us a cup of coffee? https://www.buymeacoffee.com/newwavemusic
All Good Things: A Star Trek Universe Podcast Episode 103 Short Treks: Children of Mars Mark & Kelvin discuss the Short Treks episode, Children of Mars, and ponder whether it was a musical masterpiece in a silent movie style, or just a fancy Picard trailer we didn't see coming. Play nicely, girls. Join our listeners group The BQN Collective on Facebook. Follow the network on Instagram @BQNPodcasts Find us on Twitter: The Network: @BQNpodcasts The Show: @AllGoodPod Amy: @MissAmyNelson Mark: @MarkWhite207 Christos: @GreekgeekSD Kelvin: @KelvinsTimeline BQN Podcasts are brought to you by listeners like you. Special thanks to these patrons on Patreon whose generous contributions help produce the podcast! Tim Cooper Anonymous Mahendran Radhakrishnan David Willett Peter Hong Tom Van Scotter Vera Bible Jim McMahon Justin Oser Greg Molumby Thad Hait Chrissie De Clerck-Szilagyi Joe Mignone Carl Wonders Matt Harker You can become a part of the Hive Mind Collective here: https://www.Patreon.com/BQN We'd love to add your uniqueness to our own! Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. STAR TREK and all related marks, logos and characters are owned by CBS Studios Inc. “BQN” is not endorsed or sponsored by or affiliated with CBS/Paramount Pictures or the STAR TREK franchise. Peter Gabriel's orchestral version of the David Bowie / Brian Eno classic ‘Heroes'. Produced by Peter with Bob Ezrin and arranged by John Metcalfe. Recorded for "Scratch My Back" (Special Edition) LP For Air Lyndhurst and Real World Studios 2010
The Tabletop begins 2023 with a review of Peter Gabriel's new track, “Panopticom,” from his upcoming album i/o, and gives a preview of what topics they'll be covering this year.
In this episode we talk with Joseph Arthur, a renowned musician and painter. We learn that his first love was music, that he started young, and that he was discovered and signed by Peter Gabriel on Peter Gabriel's record company, Real World. A little research tells us that he's played with some other big names, that he's been part of the bands, Fistfull of Mercy, and RNDM, and that he's made quite a name for himself playing his solo music. He's also a visual artist, having been nominated for best album design for his album, Vacancy, he's exhibited internationally and has published a book featuring is visual artwork. Joseph shares quite a bit about his beliefs and concerns for a world where people are not nearly as free as they might think they are, and we follow the Matrix rabbit-hole for a while as we are also reminded by Joesph himself that he was "cancelled," (for speaking out against the COVID 19 vaccine), but it has been that experience that has helped him feel free and most able to do what he wants. To learn more about Joseph Arthur, check out his website at http://josepharthur.com/ where you can find links to all his other social media. Here's how you can find Kites and Strings out there in the interwebs.Kites and Strings Website: https://www.kitesandstrings.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kitesandstringspodcastTwitter: @KitesandstringsInstagram: @Kites_and_stringsemail: Kitesandstringspodcast@gmail.comKites and Strings' theme music is by Harrison Amer, and all other music in this episode is by our guest, Joseph Arthur. The Kites and Strings logo-design is by Cole Monroe at Blue Stag Creative.