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Web Crawlers
MAILBAG: Amish Mountain Dew

Web Crawlers

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 37:05


VOICEMAILS: Golden Girls synchronicity. Why are Amish people obsessed with Mountain Dew? A connection to Ghislaine. Getting high and listening to Ali's Bane impression. The Milgram experiment & Peter Gabriel. Pregnant at a haunted house. Imaginary friends are ghosts. Making $1700 on Beanie Babies. Being saved by a psychic. St. Louis style thin crust pizza. You can't ride a motorcycle with two people in Columbia because of drive-bys. Someone from NASA listens to our show!Webcrawlerspod@gmail.com626-604-6262Discord / Twitter / Instagram / Patreon / MerchSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/webcrawlers. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Trick or Treat Radio
TorTR #493 - Rebels Without a Zero

Trick or Treat Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 160:12


Human lab rats in a sinister medical research facility try to talk their way out of debt to the company while under the influence of experimental psychoactive drugs. Episode 493 of Trick or Treat Radio is a new beginning as we face the world of podcasting without MonsterZero. Will we argue more? Will we sound smarter? Will the show be worse? Better? Different? You'll just have to tune in and find out! This week we discuss Red 11, the latest $7000 micro-budget film from Robert Rodriguez! So grab your camera phone, film guerrilla style, and strap on for the world's most dangerous podcast!Stuff we talk about: A new era, a big announcement about the future of Trick or Treat Radio, Blackout Tapes, Rebel Without A Crew, Robert Rodriguez, Sin City, Clive Owen, Scarlett Johansson, Zorro, Wilmer Valderamma, El Rey Network, The Book of Boba Fett, Lloyd Dobbler, Spiderman: No Way Home, wearing a Hail Satan shirt on Christmas, going to the drive-in, Sam Raimi, Andrew Garfield, Crystal Skull, third wheel, El Mariachi, Kevin Smith, Clerks, the family business, DUI or DIY?, medical studies, Rebel Rodriguez, Racer Rodriguez, giving blood, Paul the Samurai, Tick, spoiling movies, Shakey Graves, Alita: Battle Angel, James Cameron, making a low budget film in the current day, The Faculty, Madman, Mike Allred, From Dusk Till Dawn, Stake Jackhammer, Saint Maud, The Empty Man, Werewolves Within, Vicious Fun, Come True, Last Night in Soho, Honeydew, Evilspeak, celebrating the lives of “real men”, The Show, Alan Moore, El Goro, Talk Without Rhythm Podcast, Union Jack, the ongoing wizard battle, Say Anything, Peter Gabriel, and Not for Naught.Support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradioJoin our Discord Community: discord.trickortreatradio.comSend Email/Voicemail: mailto:podcast@trickortreatradio.comVisit our website: http://trickortreatradio.comStart your own podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/?referrer_id=386Use our Amazon link: http://amzn.to/2CTdZzKFB Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/trickortreatradioTwitter: http://twitter.com/TrickTreatRadioFacebook: http://facebook.com/TrickOrTreatRadioYouTube: http://youtube.com/TrickOrTreatRadioInstagram: http://instagram.com/TrickorTreatRadioSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/trickortreatradio)

Rock 'n' Roll Grad School
Rock n Roll Grad School #53- The E Street Band's David Sancious

Rock 'n' Roll Grad School

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 40:53


This week we talk with one of the original E Street-ers, multi-instrumentalist David Sancious. On top of working with Bruce Springsteen over the past 40 years, David has also worked with folks like Seal, Peter Gabriel and Sting.David's new album,  "Eyes Wide Open," is an exploration of sound and tackles many of the questions that have perplexed us all in the past few years. But the album is positive and upbeat. For more information, you can visit David's website. You can buy "Eyes Wide Open," wherever you get your music.

Unknown Origins
Steve Lillywhite on Creativity in Music-Making

Unknown Origins

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 63:34


Steve Lillywhite is a multi-award-winning music-making pioneer, and Commander of the Order of the British Empire, whose iconic work spans over four decades, producing over 500 records including The Scream by Siouxsie and the Banshees, The Crossing by Big Country, Peter Gabriel by Peter Gabriel, Sparkle in the Rain by Simple Minds, The Joshua Tree by U2, Naked by Talking Heads, Vauxhall and I by Morrissey. He has been Managing Director of Mercury Records and Senior Vice President of A&R at Columbia Records. Creativity Without Frontiers available at all relevant book retailersStay in touch with Unknown OriginsMusic by Iain MutchSupport the show (https://www.paypal.com/unknownorigins)

The Hustle
Episode 348 - Stephen Hague

The Hustle

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 125:44


Would you ever guess that one of the key producers for the radical synth-styled music coming out of the UK in the 80s was an American former LA session musician? Thanks to artists like New Order, Pet Shop Boys, Erasure, OMD and many others, Stephen Hague shaped what we think of when we think of the best music artists like that had to offer in the 80s. He's been a key figure in music ever since. Since his 80s career was recently covered fantastically on the 80sography podcast, we dig into other areas like the 90s and beyond that included Robbie Robertson, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Peter Gabriel, James, Robert Palmer, a-ha, Dubstar, and Blow Monkeys (with New Order and PSB also being discussed), as well as his early days with Jules Shear and Walter Egan. When you combine this with the series on 80sography you get the complete picture of this genius. Enjoy!  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/80sography-80s-music-one-artist-at-a-time/id1486104117 www.patreon.com/thehustlepod

The Jay Jay French Connection: Beyond the Music

This week is the first guest of the new year - the prolific British record producer Steve Lillywhite! If you're not already familiar & want to look at the list of records that Lillywhite is credited on - you'll need to sit down & set aside some time. Steve has been credited on over 500 records - collaborating with the likes of U2, The Rolling Stones, Siouxsie and the Banshees, Talking Heads, Peter Gabriel, Psychedelic Furs, Simple Minds, Dave Matthews, & The Killers (to name a few) - receiving 6 Grammy awards along the way, and being made a Commander of the Order of The British Empire in 2012 for his contributions to music. Tune in to hear about how Steve began his career by learning to be the best tape operator possible, his deep love for punk music, how he became U2's go-to producer, & his advice on working in the music industry. Don't miss this insightful conversation on The Jay Jay French Connection: Beyond the Music! Produced & edited by Matthew Mallinger

Les Nocturnes
LES NOCTURNES DU 02/01/2022

Les Nocturnes

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 59:54


Ce long week-end du Nouvel An s'achève avec les Nocturnes du dimanche soir. Ce sont les Rolling Stones qui démarrent l'émission avec ''Waiting on a friend''. John Mayer prendra le relais avec ''Last train home'', suivi d'Eric Clapton et un extrait de son dernier album enregistré en acoustic lors du dernier confinement. Et puis Steely Dan ouvrira une séquence autour du film ''FM'' et des extraits de la B.O. avec Joe Walsh, Tom Petty et Bob Seger. Le Power-Play va vous étonner, ''Follow you, follow me'' de Genesis repris par Zucchero. Suivront Genesis, Peter Gabriel et Kate Bush, Herbie Hancock avec Jonny Lang & Joss Stone, et Dan Fogelberg pour conclure avec ''Phoenix''. Ecoutez Les Nocturnes avec Georges Lang du 02 janvier 2022

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

NEW FOR JANUARY 1, 2022 Saying so long to a long one . . . 21 Skidoo - The Best Radio You Have Never Heard Vol. 426 1. Auld Lang Syne (live) - Phish 2. I've Got A Feeling (early) - The Beatles 3. Bluebird (live) - Paul McCartney and Wings 4. Pretzel Logic (live) - Steely Dan w/ Steve Winwood 5. Rainy Day, Dream Away - Robben Ford and Taj Mahal 6. Still Raining, Still Dreaming - Jimi Hendrix 7. 1983 (A Merman I Should Turn To Be) (live) - The Allman Brothers Band 8. Wild Horses (live) - The Rolling Stones w/ Florence Welch 9. All Good People / She Talks To Angels (live) - Ann Wilson 10. Bluebird (live) - Bonnie Raitt 11. For What It's Worth (live) - Crosby, Stills and Nash 12. Great Fire / Dear God / Big Day (live unplugged) - XTC 13. Don't Give Up (live) - Peter Gabriel and Sinead O'Connor 14. The Lamia / Silent Sorrows In Empty Boats (live) - Genesis 15. In Flight - David M. Stowell 16. (Excerpts from) The Snow Goose (live) - Camel 17. New Years Day (alt) - U2 The Best Radio You Have Never Heard. Your 2022 starter kit. Accept No Substitute. Click to join the conversation on the Facebook page.

La Gran Travesía
Playlist. Los 50 mejores temas de 1980 - Acceso anticipado

La Gran Travesía

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 191:44


Agradece a este podcast tantas horas de entretenimiento y disfruta de episodios exclusivos como éste. ¡Apóyale en iVoox! Acceso anticipado para Fans - Hoy os dejamos una lista con las 50 canciones más destacadas del año 1980. Es simplemente una playlist, sin comentarios añadidos, y donde podréis escuchar a David Bowie, Bauhaus, The Cure, Ramones, AC/DC, Judas Priest, Ultravox, The Jam, Blondie, Joan Jett, Peter Gabriel, Joy Division, John Lennon, Motörhead, Queen, Bruce Springsteen, The Police, Talking Heads, Ozzy Osbourne, Dead Kennedys... y muchos más Recordad que si os gusta el programa y queréis, podéis apoyarnos desde solo el precio de una cerveza al mes y acceder además a todo el contenido extra en iVoox, con más de 500 programas en exclusiva!! Aquí tenéis el enlace a la web con todos los podcast de la década de los 80 https://www.ivoox.com/500-mejores-canciones-80_bk_list_5787084_1.htmlEscucha este episodio completo y accede a todo el contenido exclusivo de La Gran Travesía. Descubre antes que nadie los nuevos episodios, y participa en la comunidad exclusiva de oyentes en https://go.ivoox.com/sq/489260

Crazy Train Radio
Crazy Train Radio's Interview with Musician David Sancious (Eyes Wide Open; Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band)

Crazy Train Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 51:34


This next guest is a world-renowned performing & recording artist that was an original member of Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band. He also has toured and recorded with musical greats such as Peter Gabriel, Sting, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, Santana & just an expansive list of A-level musicians. He as alo written produced and performed ground-breaking progressive music with his band “Tone” with mixing rock, fusion & gospel, His new release “Eyes Wide Open” (which is his 10th album) is just off the charts. This next guest David Sancious David Sancious: Website: http://www.davidsancious.com/ Crazy Train Radio Facebook: www.facebook.com/realctradio Instagram: @crazytrainradio Twitter: @realctradio YouTube: www.youtube.com/crazytrainradio --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/crazytrainradio/support

No es un día cualquiera
No es un día cualquiera - Cuarta hora - 25/12/21

No es un día cualquiera

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2021 39:42


Conectamos con San Pedro del Vaticano (Roma) para seguir en directo la tradicional bendición Urbi et Orbi del papa Francisco. Después, en ‘La pantalla’ de Elisenda Roca recibimos a Màxim Huerta, que en enero presentará, junto a Alaska e Inés Hernand, la primera edición del Benidorm Fest, en el que se decidirá la canción que representará a España en el Festival de Eurovisión en 2022. Y despedimos el sábado disfrutando de la música que Pancho Varona nos trae en su ‘Maleta de canciones’. Hoy escuchamos: For So Long (Alfred García); Jaguar (Xoel López), Games Without Frontiers (Peter Gabriel), Happy Xmas (John Lennon). Escuchar audio

NADA MÁS QUE MÚSICA
Nada más que música - El último de la fila

NADA MÁS QUE MÚSICA

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 54:19


Nuestro grupo de hoy es El último de la fila, una banda de referencia en la historia de nuestra música más próxima. Manolo García y Quimi Portet, fueron los soportes de esta banda que nos ha dejado páginas musicales imborrables en nuestra memoria. Todo empezó, como muchos otros, con un Manolo García de vocalista de orquestas de baile como las que todavía recorren nuestros pueblos en las fiestas patronales. Pero su objetivo era formar un grupo que hiciera su propia música, así que, junto con Esteban Martín (que más tarde estaría en Gabinete Galigari), empezó a componer sus primeras canciones y, con ellas, nacieron Los Rápidos. Un quinteto donde también militaban José Luis Pérez, Luis Visires y Antonio Fidel. Hoy escucharemos canciones de dos de los discos más interesantes del Ultimo de la fila, “Como la cabeza al sombrero” y “Nuevo pequeño catálogo de seres y estares”. De este último es Músico loco. Nuevo pequeño catálogo de seres y estares Los Rápidos solo grabaron un disco que tuvo una pobre repercusión, a pesar de que ese año, 1980, habían recorrido media España. En 1982, cuando los Rápidos empezaban a dar signos de desgaste, Manolo y Quimi se conocieron y enseguida congeniaron. Al poco tiempo crearon Los Burros y también una discográfica independiente, Discos Criminales, que por supuesto salió mal y tuvieron que abandonarla para centrarse en el grupo, en el que también estaban Jordi Vila (más tarde batería de Loquillo) y Antonio Fidel, que ya estaba en Los Rápidos. Tras algunos fracasos discográficos tuvieron que reinventarse y fue así como nació El último de la fila. Enseguida tuvieron ocasión de grabar con Virgin, pero ya se habían comprometido con la compañía independiente PDI y decidieron ser fieles a su palabra, un gesto que les ha acompañado siempre. Ese aire aflamencado de la voz de Manolo y la guitarra española, daban un tono fresco y novedoso a las canciones. También del Nuevo pequeño catálogo… es este: Canta por mi. Su segundo álbum, Enemigos de lo ajeno, grabado en 1986 vendió 60,000 copias, algo inaudito entre las compañías independientes. Esto les permitió hacer una gira en la que la entrada media era de unas 5,000 personas. Y llegaron los premios, de la crítica y del público: mejor álbum, mejor directo, mejor canción, en fin, la fama había llegado. Ya eran un grupo solvente. Un disco recopilatorio con nuevas versiones grabado en Londres vendió 300,000 copias. Su compañía discográfica, PDI, era independiente pero no era idiota. Sabía que tenía entre las manos una joya, así que decidió echar toda la carne en el asador y mandó al grupo a grabar su próximo trabajo a Francia. Allí se coció Como la cabeza al sombrero. Editado en menos de dos meses, las ventas alcanzaron las 400,000 copias. De la gira, ni os cuento. De este disco, Como la cabeza al sombrero, es la preciosa canción Sara. La cresta de la ola les llegó cuando fueron invitados a participar en el concierto Pro Derechos Humanos organizado por Amnistía Internacional en el estadio olímpico de Montjuic, en Barcelona. Allí tocaron con Bruce Springsteen, Sting, Peter Gabriel, Tracy Chapman, en fin, la crem de la crem. Esta vorágine les obligó a hacer un descanso y replantearse su futuro. Lo primero que hicieron fue desligarse de su compañía PDI. Se les había quedado pequeña. Las giras ya eran internacionales, Europa, EEUU, Sudamérica. Pero antes de su gira de 1989, el grupo ya había iniciado la preparación de un nuevo trabajo. Se empezó a grabar en mayo de 1989 y lo terminaron en mayo de 1990. Salió a la venta con el título de Nuevo catálogo de seres y estares. De este disco, del que ya hemos oído algunas canciones, es A Jazmín, Este nuevo elepé fue directo al número uno de las listas. Habían vuelto a la aventura de crear su propia discográfica, Perro Records, un sello para distribuir y publicar sus propios discos a través de la multinacional EMI. La gira de Nuevo catálogo de seres y estares comenzó el 12 de mayo de 1990 y duró cinco meses. También hubo gira internacional por Europa: Francia, Alemania, Italia, Inglaterra, Suiza, Austria… Y por Sudamérica: México, Argentina, Colombia y Venezuela. Astronomía razonable, su siguiente trabajo, se grabó en mes y medio y permaneció durante diez semanas en el número uno de las listas de éxitos. Algo nunca visto con un grupo español. Volvemos con Como la cabeza al sombrero, vamos a escuchar el tema que da nombre al disco. Durante el año 1994 el grupo hizo un parón y se dedicaron a descansar y a preparar su siguiente trabajo. Un CD que apareció en septiembre de 1995 con el exótico nombre de La rebelión de los hombres rana. Con ánimo renovado comenzó la gira del nuevo trabajo. En esta gira incluyeron también temas de su época en Los Rápidos y Los Burros. La girá terminó en abril de 1996. Después de tres años sin noticias de la banda, Manolo y Quimi, en rueda de prensa, anunciaron su separación y el comienzo de sus respectivas carreras en solitario. Más adelante, Manolo García, comentó en una entrevista de Crónica, el periódico digital catalán que “el grupo se disolvió porque Quimi empezaba a estar incómodo con el tema lingüístico”. El grupo utilizaba habitualmente el castellano en sus canciones. “El tema de la lengua para él es importante, él es catalán. Yo soy de los “otros catalanes”. Soy catalán, evidentemente, y con todo el orgullo, pero mi lengua materna es el castellano. A él le apetecía que hiciéramos alguna canción en catalán, y yo encantado, hicimos alguna canción con Maria del Mar Bonet. En algún vídeo hay ya algún guiño mío como lo de “que soc de Barcelona i em moro de calor”, y está dedicado a Quimi, para hacerle reír un poco. A mi me era indiferente. Yo defiendo absolutamente que los catalanes hablen catalán, evidentemente, y yo puedo hablar catalán, pero no tengo esa sensación de patria, igual que tampoco la tengo de la patria española. A mi los estados y las banderas no me interesan nada.” Toda una declaración de principios sin contestación. Volvemos con su música, Barrio triste. Antes de repasar un poco su trayectoria en solitario, vamos a escuchar un último tema de El último de la fila, una de sus canciones más hermosas y enigmáticas, Cuando el mar te tenga, pura poesía. La frase “Si lo que vas a decir, no es más bello que el silencio, no lo vayas a decir”, que viene de un cita árabe, nos sedujo desde el mismo momento en que lo escuchamos. Una gran canción. Cuando el mar te tenga El mismo año de la disolución del Ultimo de la fila, Manolo García sacó su primer trabajo en solitario, Arena en los bolsillos, grabado en Londres con la colaboración de Nache Lesko y Pedro Javier González. Y como quien no quiere la cosa, en su primera semana de vida se colocó en cabeza de las listas de ventas, llegando a colocar 900.000 discos en el mercado. La culpa la tuvieron unas canciones que iban desde el pop melódico más intimista hasta el rock ando roll de sus primeros grupos. Pajaros de barro es una de estas canciones. Despues de dos años en silencio, Manolo García volvió con nuevo disco, en esta ocasión contando solo con la producción de Pedro Javier González. El álbum, Nunca el tiempo es perdido, se grabó entre Gerona, Barcelona y París y se mezcló en Los Angeles. Sus trece canciones tienen un toque más intimista en su trabajo anterior, arropadas por una orquesta de cuerda. Vamos a escuchar la canción que da nombre al álbum, Nunca el tiempo es perdido. Manolo García siempre ha sido muy celoso de su vida privada y ha conseguido mantenerla fuera del alcance de revistas y seudo-tertulias. Como él mismo ha dicho en otras ocasiones, su ego lo alimenta en el escenario pero fuera de él, quiere ser una persona normal y pasar lo más desapercibido posible. Mantiene un control férreo sobre su obra y no ha permitido que sus canciones se utilicen en publicidad o concursos. De hecho, tuvo una buena enganchada con la gente de Operación Triunfo por este motivo. (También es verdad que TV pagó los derechos correspondientes pero no pidieron permiso al autor). En cualquier caso, Manolo García se ha ganado un puesto muy merecido en el panorama musical y un público fiel que le permite seguir componiendo lo que quiere, trabajar lo justo y dedicar su tiempo a cultivar su espíritu, leyendo, pintando y haciendo muy buena música. Vamos a escuchar, para mi gusto, una de sus mejores canciones, Rosa de Alejandría, también del álbum Nunca el tiempo es perdido. Manolo García no es que esté de vuelta de todo, lo que ocurre es que su veteranía y experiencia y los kilómetros recorridos de bolo en bolo, le permiten afrontar apuestas arriesgadas como la gira acústica que inició en 2019. 55 conciertos que han quedado registrados en un doble CD y DVD que llamó Acústico, acústico, acústico. En fin, ingenio no le falta. Estos conciertos intensivos, tres horas de media, y que culminó con cinco presentaciones en el Palacio de Congresos de Madrid, dejaron de manifiesto la vigencia de un estilo, de una música que se ha ido enriqueciendo a lo largo de toda la carrera del artista. Los que tuvieron la suerte de asistir a alguno de ellos los recuerdan como una combinación de intimismo acústico y despliegue de entrega en el escenario, arropado todo ello por la excelencia de siete músicos de categoría. Una muestra de estos directos es este Somos levedad. Gracias, gracias a tí, Manolo García. Bueno amigos, nada más por hoy. Os espero a todos el próximo programa para escuchar más música, conocer a más músicos y recordar viejas historias. Hasta entonces... ¡¡¡buenas vibraciones!!!

Rock Around The Blog
Viivan alla kuplivaa – RATB:n joulu

Rock Around The Blog

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 25:45


Sami Ruokangas käsittelee muutaman vuoden parhaiden levyjen listoilta ulos jääneen julkaisun kuten Deep Purple, Don Airey & Friends, Bernie Marsden, Black Label Society, Alice Cooper, Gojira, Georgia Satellites, Whitesnake, Judas Priest ja Rolling Stones. Jakson Spotify-soittolista: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/4aEuqomdWkP14B2fLI8RST?si=318268854dde4ca6 The Night Flight Orchestra, Phantom Spirits, Burn For Me, Deep Purple, Saxon, Yardbirds, Cream, Peter Green, Fleetwood Mac, Havana Black, Steven Tyler, Billy Gibbons, David Gilmour, Love, Huey ”Piano” Smith, Aerosmith, Ray Charles, Little Feat, Bob Seger, Don Nix, Freddie King, Booker T. & the M.G.'s, Allman Brothers, Led Zeppelin, Spencer Davis Group, Mikko Alatalo, Love Records, Aki Blomberg, Eric Clapton, Steve Winwood, Jethro Tull, Bob Dylan, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Phil Spector, Gary Moore, Rainbow, Whitesnake, Colosseum II, Carl Sentence, Nazareth, Ritchie Blackmore, Beethoven, Graham Bonnet, Laurence Cottle, Black Sabbath, Headless Cross, Tony Martin, Simon McBride, Jon Finnigan, Steve Bentley-Klein, Dan McCafferty, Bill Ward, Persian Risk, Motörhead, Phil Campbell, Albert King, B.B. King, Chess Records, Micky Moody, Supersonic Blues Machine, Kim Wilson, Fabulous Thunderbirds, Rory Gallagher, John Mayall, John Gorgon, Jim Russell, Bob Haddrell, Alan Glen, Zakk Wylde, Ozzy Osbourne, Ian Gillan, Pride & Glory, Gov´t Mule, The Animals, Nina Simone, Mastodon, Sepultura, Steve Hunter, Peter Gabriel, MC5, Wayne Kramer, Cherry Red Records, Jerkin´ Crocus, Mick Brown, Ian McLagan, Faces, Tony Iommi, Adrian Vandenberg, Jimmy Page, Mokoma, Stoned Statues, Uriah Heep ja Orange Goblin.

Suburban Underground
Episode 294

Suburban Underground

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 62:10


This week's episode of Suburban Underground we play MOSTLY alternative Christmas songs.  But, we also feature a set of collaborations where both parties recorded their own version of the song.  (We play the lesser known version.)  You will hear these artists: Bowling For Soup, Saint Etienne, Neon Trees, INXS, The Kooks, FFS (Franz Ferdinand+Sparks), Ivy, The Offspring, The Smithereens, Andy Prieboy with Johnette Napolitano, Laurie Andreson with Peter Gabriel, The Teardrop Explodes, The Dirty Nil, Billy Idol, The Misfits, The Dollyrots, Starflyer 59. On the Air on Bedford 105.1 FM Radio      * 5pm Friday *      * 10am Sunday *      * 8pm Monday * Stream live at http://209.95.50.189:8178/stream Stream on-demand most recent episodes at https://wbnh1051.podbean.com/category/suburban-underground/ Twitter: @SUBedford1051 Facebook: SuburbanUndergroundRadio Instagram: SuburbanUnderground And available on demand on your favorite podcast app!

Off The Record
Jimmy from Foals

Off The Record

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 15:36


Check out Foals' new song "Wake Me Up", plus we've got guitarist Jimmy with the inside word on how it's going now they're a three piece band, their frenzied fans, playing Peter Gabriel's instruments when he wasn't looking and where he'll be spending Christmas.

Tito Rivarola, en terapia (El Radioteatro de los Rivarola)

Dos Argentinos viajan a la Ciudad de Bath (Inglaterra), para conocer el estudio del astro Peter Gabriel. Durante el viaje, se entremezclaran las historias de sus canciones, fantasmas, colinas, trenes de alta velocidad y un regreso sorpresivo. Foto de portada #yorktillyer --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/sandrut/message

RFS: The Metro
The Metro #600

RFS: The Metro

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 123:19


This week on The Metro, Warlock Jeff Ivins celebrates the 600th episode of the podcast by playing double shots of the following bands: Paul Young, Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Prince, The Police, Wang Chung, A Flock Of Seagulls, ABC, Peter Gabriel, Duran Duran, Men At Work, Bonnie Tyler, Billy Idol, The Psychedelic Furs, and finishing off with some Berlin.

Crossing the Streams with Brent and Aaron

For their 90th Episode, Aaron and Brent each single out a specific release from a band to examine the "Albums That Rewired Us". Aaron and Brent both pick one album and discuss how it made a definitive impact on how they interpret, consume, and appreciate the artform. Being the first album to feature drummer Phil Collins as lead vocalist following the departure of Peter Gabriel, Aaron looks at 3 songs from the seventh studio album by Genesis"A Trick Of The Tail". With songs Inspired by literary works from authors like Daniel Quinn and Charles Bukowski, Brent singles out 3 songs from the 1998 Pearl Jam album YIELD. Visit www.crossingthestreamspodcast.com for extended show notes.

Whole 'Nuther Thing
Episode 659: Whole 'Nuther Thing December 12, 2021

Whole 'Nuther Thing

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 116:17


"It's really true how nothin' matters.No mad, mad world and no mad hatters.No one's pitchin' cause there ain't no battersIn Coconut Grove".Please join me in our virtual Coconut Grove on the Sunday Edition of Whole 'Nuther Thing. I'll be serving up tasty morsels from The Donnas, Love, Jean Luc Ponty, The Moody Blues, Elton John, Santo & Johnny, The James Gang, Traffic, Peter Gabriel, Paul Simon, Small Faces, Doors, Ramones, Crosby Stills & Nash, Genesis, Fleetwood Mac, Seatrain, Return To Forever, Joe Jackson, Bobby Fuller Four, The Beatles and Lovin' Spoonful. 

Quantum Week
Dec 3-9, 1982: 48 Hrs./Shock The Monkey

Quantum Week

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2021 99:11


On this episode of Quantum Week: movie “48 Hrs.”, and song “Shock The Monkey” by Peter Gabriel.   Want extra content? Become a Patron! www.patreon.com/Quantum_Week   Thanks to our sponsors www.twotours.com, code word "QW"

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Music Buzzz 29: Jerry Marotta (Peter Gabriel, Orleans, Paul McCartney)

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2021 52:48


ABOUT JERRY MAROTTA: In 1975 Jerry auditioned for a Woodstock, New York based group called Orleans and got the job and soon after played on his first hit “Still The One”. In 1977 Jerry flew to London and started working with ex-Genesis lead singer Peter Gabriel and can be heard playing on over 10 albums and on songs such as "Red Rain" "Shock the Monkey" "In Your Eyes" and many more . Throughout his career Jerry divided his time between recording and touring with Gabriel and also worked with countless others including Daryl Hall and John Oates, Tears for Fears, Joan Armatrading, Paul McCartney, Sarah McLachlan, John Mayer, The Indigo Girls, Elvis Costello, 10,000 Maniacs, Sheryl Crow and more. In 1986 Jerry started his own band Island Of Men. He then moved from New York City to Woodstock NY where put together his studio JERSVILLE STUDIOS and began producing recordings for his band and others. His passion as both a musician and producer carry on to this day. ABOUT THE PODCAST:  Candid discussions with and about those behind the scenes in the music business including industry veterans representing the segments of: Musician, Design & Live ABOUT THE HOSTS: All three Music Buzzz Podcast hosts (Dane Clark, Hugh Syme and Andy Wilson) have spent their careers working with the biggest names in entertainment and have been, and still are, a fly on the wall. This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Jake Feinberg Show
The Allan Schwartzberg Interview Set III

The Jake Feinberg Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 64:11


Iconic drummer talks about his life on the bandstand and in the studio with Judy Collins, James Brown, Peter Gabriel and Maggie Bell among others.

Hey, Remember the 80's?
Organs and Phil

Hey, Remember the 80's?

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 39:00


Episode 137: A momentous occasion for sure; Kari re-evaluates her stance on the music of Dire Straits! Joe and Kari reveal the longest organ solos of the 80's: J. Geils Band, Axe, and Crowded House make the list, and you will also learn exactly what a "brewer's droop" is, for better or worse.Who's Holding Phil Now: Time to check in on Phil Collins, who probably spent more time in the studio than any other 80's musician. Even former bandmate Peter Gabriel couldn't resist asking Phil to help out on his solo albums. 

The Raven Effect
Phil Collins and Ultimate Warrior walk into a music video shoot

The Raven Effect

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2021 83:07


It's a very special episode, like an after school special type episode; Rich blows the Simpson's reference opportunity he's given; Music on the radio in the '70s; Rich discovers a tweet, or a twat that's trying to stir the pot and Rich has a strong response; Genesis is back on tour, minus Peter Gabriel of course; Why Phil Collins is the most hated man; Remembering the time Ultimate Warrior and Phil Collins did a music video together; Raven talks about some of his earliest matches; Raven, Rich and Feeney answer the biggest question in human history; Rich's life-long dream is revealed; Feeney tried to trigger Rich by wearing a Let's Go Brandon shirt, sadly it devolves into a political hot take segment; Raven finds the great political common ground, politicians suck; Fanmail, and of course, all the usual perversions. Follow the guys on Twitter!Raven - @theRavenEffectRich - @RichBocchiniFeeney - @jffeeney3rdGet your mental health under control with betterhelp.com/raveneffect where you can get matched up with an online therapist or counselorHave Raven say things that you want him to say, either for yourself or for someone you want to talk big-game shit to by going to www.cameo.com/ravenprime1If you want all the uncensored goodness AND watch The Raven Effect, sign up for Patreon by going to www.patreon.com/TheRavenEffectAsk Danna on ebay is selling a bunch of Raven's old comics and other goods, go buy Raven's stuff. Check out the store at https://www.ebay.com/str/askdanna

Big Blend Radio
Sarah Perrotta - Blue to Gold Album

Big Blend Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2021 42:00


On this episode of Big Blend Radio, singer/songwriter/pianist Sarah Perrotta talks about her music, songwriting process, and fourth studio album of original art-rock/dream-pop entitled “Blue to Gold” on 7D Media/Third Star Records. Produced by world renowned drummer Jerry Marotta (Peter Gabriel, Hall & Oates, Sarah McLachlan), songs and sonics of “Blue to Gold” were cultivated over the last several years at Dreamland Recording Studio in Hurley, NY by Perrotta and Marotta. Lifelong friends and musicians were enlisted to collaborate and enrich the textures of “Blue to Gold” that include Tony Levin (King Crimson, Peter Gabriel), Sara Lee (Gang of Four, The B52s, The League of Gentlemen), Marc Shulman (Suzanne Vega), Bill Dillon (Robbie Robertson), Gerry Leonard (David Bowie), Daniel Weiss (Joan Osbourne) and Rupert Greenall (The Fixx). The album was mixed by Michael Cozzi and mastered by Chris Athens. More at: https://sarahperrottamusic.com/ Special thanks to the National Parks Arts Foundation - https://www.nationalparksartsfoundation.org/

Power Line
E291. A Classic Format Episode about Classic Prog Rock

Power Line

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 21:21


As Monty Python used to say, “And now for something completely different.” I decided to do a one-off episode about my favorite topic with which to annoy anyone of taste and refinement—a reflection on prog rock, which Jody Bottum once aptly described as “rock and roll gone to college.” It turns out that 2021 marks the 50th anniversary of some of the classic albums from the golden age of Prog Rock, include “Fragile” and “The Yes Album,” Jethro Tull’s “Aqualung,” “Nursery Crime” from Genesis, and “Acquiring the Taste” from Gentle Giant. Steve Hackett Given that I’ve successfully annoyed Power Line readers with some of the more forbidding Gentle Giant tunes from that era, I decided for this episode to review some of the instrumental interludes and bridges of Genesis from those long ago albums before Phil Collins ruined the band by taking it into pure pop after Peter Gabriel left in 1975. For excerpts, however, I decided to use some of the recent live arrangements of Steve Hackett, one of the lead guitars and co-songwriter for many of those old tunes. So while it may be “prog rock,” it’s easy listening! (Though I did sneak in a few bars of Gentle Giant at the very end.) The episode features excerpts from “Firth of Fifth,” “The Cinema Show,” “Supper’s Ready,” “Horizons,” “After the Ordeal,” and “Harlequin.”

D-Sides, Orphans, and Oddities
I‘m gonna Prog you good. Prog you like you know I should. I‘m gonna Prog you until you‘re sore. THEN I‘m gonna Prog you some more!!

D-Sides, Orphans, and Oddities

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 120:00


Bruford - Age Of Information (1980) I guess, if I'm going to call the Bowie band of 1975-1980 the best band of the decade, this group would come close to that. With the inimitable style of Jeff Berlin on bass and the wonderful Bill Bruford on drums, this album might have been the closest Prog came to the elusive jazz/pop hybrid bred into the bone for so many of the Prog hopefuls of the era.  Jan Hammer Group - Don't You Know (1977)  Can - I Want More (1976) Can was a sometimes impenetrable German Prog outfit. Their music in the early part of the decade wasn't something I could say I liked, even though I tried like heck. This was a single, which kinda makes sense. All Prog was catching a terminal disease at this juncture, but no one knew it.  Renaissance - Flight (1983) I messed this song up on my show, but this is not a bad record. Renaissance had some great moments in the '70s, and if you are interested, go find Scheherazade and Other Stories from 1975. Like Close to The Edge, it only has three songs, but I think that record is their apex by a mile, and I like the other albums. This was from their last "Golden Era", Time-Line album, although it had been a while since they could get a record company to pony up the do-re-mi for an orchestra.  Discogs: Renaissance was originally formed in London, UK, in 1969 by ex-Yardbirds vocalist Keith Relf and drummer Jim McCarty who wanted to explore a new sound blending elements of rock, folk, and classical music. Relf assumed the role of guitarist, and they were joined by bassist Louis Cennamo, keyboardist John Hawken, and vocalist Jane Relf. This lineup recorded the first self-titled album and most of the second album, Illusion (1971). A rapid series of personnel changes followed. Guitarist and composer Michael Dunford first appeared on Illusion. Before his departure from the band Hawken recruited new vocalist Annie Haslam. By 1972, when the Renaissance recorded their third album, Prologue, none of the original members remained though McCarty still wrote music for the band. By 1973 the lineup had stabilized with Haslam, Dunford, keyboardist John Tout, bassist and vocalist Jon Camp, and drummer Terry Sullivan. This lineup produced a string of relatively successful albums over the remainder of the decade. They had one Top 10 single in the U.K., "Northern Lights", from the album A Song For All Seasons (1978). By 1980 Sullivan and Tout departed leaving Haslam, Dunford, and Camp as the stable core of the group with various other musicians coming and going through the early and mid-1980s. The group released two albums, Camera Camera (1981) and Time-Line (1983) which were not well received by either fans or critics. Renaissance went into the studio to record a further album but found themselves without a label willing to release it. Material for this album as well as discarded tracks from the sessions for the previous three releases finally saw the light of day as Songs From Renaissance Days in 1997. [Ed: Which I gobbled up the day it came out, as there was no other domestic CD of this group available at the time.] Yes - The Revealing Science of God (1973) There are moments in this song that, to me, are just amazing, transcendent, and still cause chills maybe 40 years after the first time I heard them ("Getting over overhanging trees...") like almost all of Yes' epic side-long monsters. There's a reason Prog fans like me are filled with sadness that the people who made this magic for us cannot seem to just stop recreating or trying to recreate these moments with an ever-shifting group of lesser talents. The Beatles did it right. They just stopped, resisted the potentially lucrative urge to make themselves stand there again, together, and recreate sounds from which they had long ago moved past. I like this. There's a real fire that people might have forgotten these very young men possessed.  King Crimson - Thela Hun Jinjeet (1981) So this might be #3. Tony Levin played on some later Yes albums, as well as Peter Gabriel (he plays the Chapman Stick, a strapped upright instrument with both tenor and bass strings). He also played with Paul Simon and hundreds of others. Robert Fripp played with David Bowie on his Berlin Trilogy, and Bill Bruford was amazing in Yes, his own band, Bruford, and...Genesis during a tour! Bowie and...Adrian Belew!! Who is here after stints with Talking Heads, Zappa, Tom Tom Club....it goes on and on, but I really like anything Bill Bruford played on.  Bruford - Gothic 17 (1980) I've played stuff from Bruford's first record with Annette Peacock. This is in that funky, other-worldly combination of jazz and pop. I love Jeff Berlin's voice. I wish they had dome more records together. Go find "Joe Frazier" off this album. Whoo boy.  Gentle Giant - Interview (1976)  Genesis - One For The Vine (1977) Genesis at their peak. It's hard to believe it now, but this was composed solely by Tony Banks. The scope and drama, pathos, and virtuosity amaze me especially when one considers that he (and they) never created anything this beautiful again. Who was the best keyboard player in Prog? I think about it and Kerry Minnear comes to mind, as he really was the creative force in Gentle Giant. But neither he, Keith Emerson, Rick Wakeman, or any of the others, as good as they were, authored something as wonderful as this.  Rush - Jacob's Ladder (1980) I don't care what you say. This album is peak Rush. After years of album/tour/album/tour, "The Spirit of Radio" captured their amazing musicianship, their cool humor, and the fact that you could be groovy in 7/8. I think of this record as the end of the beginning, but not in a good way. I played this in a band once. We were terrible. I had a tiny Casio keyboard (it was all we could afford) and I couldn't play the last bit on bass with anything resembling speed. Our drummer was great.  Discogs: Rush's seventh studio album. The cover depicted the famous incorrect headline "Dewey Defeats Truman" on a newspaper in the bottom left corner. However, the Chicago Tribune (the paper that originally published the error) pressured the band to remove the headline. Some versions appear altered with either "Dewei Defeats Truman" or a blanked section. The billboards in the distance (mid-right) originally read "Coca-Cola." However, the cola company objected to the use of their logo and the cover was changed to display the band members names in a similar typestyle to the original logo. Trivia: The woman on the cover of this album is model Paula Turnbull. Contrary to rumor, the guy waving in the background on the cover is not one of the members of Rush, it's actually Hugh Syme, the art director of the album. UK - In The Dead of Night/By The Light Of Day/Presto Vivace and Reprise (1978) One of the first Prog supergroups, members of other big groups smooshed together. In this case, John Wetton of King Crimson, Roxy Music, Uriah Heep, Mogul Thrash, etc., Bill Bruford, the amazing Allan Holdsworth (Soft Machine, Gong) , and Eddie Jobson (Zappa, etc.) make a great album. Then Bill leaves, and Terry Bozzio (Zappa) records another record and a live album, and then...Asia.  Joe Simon - Before The Night Is Over (1977)  I don't consider The Moody Blues or Pink Floyd prog.   

The Album Years
#16 (1986) Talk Talk, The Smiths, Peter Gabriel, Metallica, Prince & more

The Album Years

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 84:22


Steven and Tim find themselves marvelling at the greatness of what they'd assumed was a typically flat mid-1980s placeholder year. Talk Talk, The Smiths, Peter Gabriel, Arthur Russell, Miles Davis, Metallica, Momus, XTC, Prince and many an Album Years drinking game favourite are discussed. We also discover that Tim saved a man from drowning while listening to Depeche Mode, and Steven forever associates Peter Hammill's Nadir's Big Chance with vile pink medicine. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/the-album-years/message

Live From Progzilla Towers
Live From Progzilla Towers - Edition 407

Live From Progzilla Towers

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 177:53


Welcome to Live From Progzilla Towers Edition 407. In this edition we heard music by Gary Brooker, Trip The Witch, Jakub Krieger, Golden Earring, Yes, Glacier, Pain Of Salvation, John Ghost, Nine Skies, Big Big Train, Not A Good Sign, Peter Gabriel, The Flower Kings, Spheroe, Cal, Tigran Hamasyan & The Blackheart Orchestra.

Podcast – ProgRock.com PodCasts
Sea of Tranquility’s Ranking The Albums: Peter Gabriel

Podcast – ProgRock.com PodCasts

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 35:23


Starts At Artist Album Song Time Year No.7 UP 0:00:34 Peter Gabriel Up (2010 Reissue) Growing Up 7:18 2002 No.6 Us 0:07:53 Peter Gabriel Us Washing Of The Water 3:45 1992 No.5 Security 0:11:41 Peter Gabriel Peter Gabriel 4 [Security] The Rhythm of the Heat 5:19 1982 No.4 So 0:16:41 Peter Gabriel So In Your […]

RFS: The Metro
The Metro #597

RFS: The Metro

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 64:08


This week on The Metro, Warlock Jeff Ivins brings you the following bands for your weekly time trip: Annie Lennox, Dexy’s Midnight Runners, Dan Hartman, Paul Hardcastle, Phil Collins, Peter Gabriel, Humans, Klark Kent, Joe Jackson, Musical Youth, UB40, Wide Boy Awake, The Go Go’s, Sheena Easton, and finishing off with Re-Flex.

Clube da Música Autoral
Drops 44 - Peter Gabriel, Biko

Clube da Música Autoral

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 14:11


Neste ano de 2021, o cantor, compositor e ativista inglês Peter Gabriel, regravou a música "Biko", originalmente lançada no ano de 1977. Trata-se de uma canção de protesto que Gabriel escreveu após a morte do ativista antiapartheid sul-africano "Steve Biko".Confira essa história!Se você gostou do Clube da Música Autoral, seja um sócio. Acesse: https://clubedamusicaautoral.com.br/assine e confira as vantagens que você recebe em troca do seu apoio.Se você quiser, também pode nos ajudar fazendo um PIX. Utilize nosso email como chave:clubedamusicaautoral@gmail.comQualquer valor é bem-vindo.

The Daily Good
Episode 412: England finally passes its Environmental Act, a great quote from Paulo Coehlo, weird info about tea, the delights of Tillicum Place Cafe in Seattle, the powerful beauty of Peter Gabriel & Paula Cole, and more…

The Daily Good

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 18:26


Good News: The UK Parliament has FINALLY passed their first environmental legislation since 1995, Link HERE. The Good Word: A brilliant quote from Paulo Coehlo. Good To Know: Some…interesting information about the history of Tea. Good News: New research shows that Whole Genome Sequencing is a powerful tool for earlier and more accurate diagnosis of […]

The Bob Lefsetz Podcast
Donny Osmond

The Bob Lefsetz Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 130:02


You'll like Donny Osmond after listening to this podcast, he's definitely not a bad apple! We talk about growing up in Southern California, the Osmonds, the Donny & Marie TV show, as well as Vegas and his new album. Donny talks about being broke and needing to resuscitate his career, he's fully aware of his public image. And who inspired his comeback, none other than PETER GABRIEL! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

MDR THÜRINGEN Oldie-Geschichten
Peter Gabriel: "Solsbury Hill"

MDR THÜRINGEN Oldie-Geschichten

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 2:04


1977: In New York City wird der Film "Saturday night fever" uraufgeführt - und Peter Gabriel veröffentlicht "Solsbury hill". Der Song wird der erste Hit in der überaus erfolgreichen Solokarriere des englischen Sängers.

RFS: The Metro
The Metro #595

RFS: The Metro

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 59:38


This week on The Metro, Warlock Jeff Ivins brings you the following bands for your weekly time trip: Corey Hart, Wham!, Total Coelo, Sparks, Icehouse, Cher, Peter Gabriel, Katrina & The Waves, Slow Children, Missing Persons, Madness, Uncanny X-Men, Vapors, Modern English, and finishing off with Berlin.

Aujourd'hui l'histoire
Parachute, le phénomène québécois de la mode des années 1980

Aujourd'hui l'histoire

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 23:16


Marque culte des années 1980, Parachute est une entreprise de mode montréalaise qui a connu un succès international. Madonna, Peter Gabriel, David Bowie et Mick Jagger ont porté ses créations androgynes et audacieuses. Le journaliste de mode Stéphane Le Duc raconte comment cette mode subversive a séduit une clientèle avant-gardiste avec sa touche rebelle aux accents new-wave.

Stereo Embers: The Podcast
Stereo Embers The Podcast: Stewart Copeland (The Police)

Stereo Embers: The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 37:04


“The Police: Deranged For Orchestra” Born in Virginia and raised in Cairo and Beirut by a Scottish archoeolist mother and an American father who founded the CIA, Stewart Copeland has had quite a life. So much so, that his biography deserves its own podcast but for the sake of time, let's go with the expurgated version. Copeland started playing drums at 12 and after finishing boarding school in England and college at UC Berkeley, he returned to the UK to play drums for Curved Air. In 1977 he founded The Police with Sting and after recruiting guitarist Andy Summers to replace Henry Padovani, the new wave power trio locked in and the rest, as they say, is history. But in the case of the Police, let's go with history to the 10th power. The Police are one of the best selling bands of all time, with record sales heading close to 100 million worldwide. They put out five albums from 1978 to 1983 and by the time their last one hit shelves, they were arguably the biggest band in the world. Their legacy is safely enshrined in the rock and roll hall of fame and Copeland is considered one of the greatest drummers to ever sit behind the kit, but his legacy doesn't stop there. He's scored movies like Rumble Fish, Wall Street, and Talk Radio; TV shows like The Equalizer, Dead Like Me and Star Wars: Droids. He's also scored ballets that were commissioned by everyone from the San Francisco Ballet Company to the Seattle Symphony Orchestra. He's collaborated with Tom Waits, Peter Gabriel, Les Claypool and Adam Ant; he played in other bands like Animal Logic and Oysterhead with Trey Anastasio of Phish. He's scored video games, done voices for movies like South Park: Bigger, Longer and Uncut, he put out his memoir Strange Things Happen: A Life with the Police, Polo and Pygmies and he collaborated with the Long Beach Opera on a production of Edgar Allen Poe's The Telltale Heart. Well, the always busy Copeland's new project is called The Police: Deranged for Orchestra. It's basically a fresh take on The Police songbook, by way of the 28 member ReCollecitve Orchestra. They reimagine songs like Roxanne and Don't Stand So Close To Me and the results are captivating and spellbinding. In this conversation, Copeland talks to Alex about rock and roll bands as democracies, the elasticity of the Police's compositions and why he speeds things up when Sting is in the audience. www.stewartcopeland.net www.bombshellradio.com www.alexgreenonline.com Stereo Embers: Twitter: @emberseditor Instagram: @emberspodcast Email: editor@stereoembersmagazine.com

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
Angel: Sarah McLachlan

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 45:04


Sarah talks to Grammy winning singer/songwriter Sarah McLachlan about how music saved her, her Boy George phase, the influence of Peter Gabriel, getting a record deal, starting Lilith Fair, and the impact her music has had on others.

Around the Horn
Angel: Sarah McLachlan

Around the Horn

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 45:04


Sarah talks to Grammy winning singer/songwriter Sarah McLachlan about how music saved her, her Boy George phase, the influence of Peter Gabriel, getting a record deal, starting Lilith Fair, and the impact her music has had on others.

Aspire with Osha: art, nature, humanity
Soundscape Ecology: Harmony or Cacophany? with Bernie Krause & Kat Krouse

Aspire with Osha: art, nature, humanity

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 48:16


Can you imagine what it would be like to live in a world without birdsong? What can we learn from listening to the changes in our wild soundscapes over time?My guest today, Dr. Bernie Krause, is a world renowned expert in Soundscape Ecology, here to expand your understanding of the value, meaning and impact of our soundscapes.  Soundscapes courtesy Wild Sanctuary, 2021.Photo: ©2021 Wild Sanctuary, All Rights Reserved.About Bernie & Kat Krause“Musician & naturalist, Bernie Krause is one of the world's leading experts in natural sound.” That's a quote by Sir George Martin, who you know  as the producer for the Beatles.Since 1968, Bernie Krause has traveled the globe to record, archive, research and express the voice of the natural world, it's soundscape. Dr. Bernie Krause spent his early career as a recording engineer and backup studio guitarist. He performed with The Weavers at Carnegie Hall in 1963. Bernie and his late music partner, Paul Beaver, introduced the Moog synthesizer to pop music and film. Bernie's work is featured on many albums of that era, including those of the George Harrison, Mick Jagger, David Byrne and Bryan Eno, Van Morrison, Peter Gabriel, the Byrds, and the Doors not to mention Beaver & Krause's own albums. Bernie's contributions can be heard on over 135 major feature films like Apocalypse Now, Performance Love Story, Cast Away, and Rosemary's Baby.In 1981, having earned his doctorate in bioacoustics, Bernie began his second career as a founder of Soundscape Ecology – a new field of study focusing on marine and terrestrial soundscapes of remaining wild habitats. As a sound designer, Bernie's sound sculptures can be heard at major public venues like the California Academy of Sciences, the Smithsonian, the American Museum of Natural History in New York, several London venues, and recent worldwide fine art exhibitions of his work commissioned by the Fondation Cartier pour l'art Contemporain, in Paris.      He is the author of “The Great Animal Orchestra: Finding the Origins of Music in the World's Wild Places,” and is co-composer of a symphony commissioned by the BBC, created with Richard Blackford. Together they have also composed Biophony, the ballet score commissioned by the Alonzo King LINES Ballet. His newest book is, The Power of Tranquility in a Very Noisy World.Learn more at  WildSanctuaryHear Bernie's Ted Talk:  https://www.ted.com/talks/bernie_krause_the_voice_of_the_natural_world?language=en

Wisconsin Hot Rod Radio
0384: Barry Williams TV's Brady Bunch

Wisconsin Hot Rod Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 59:46


We know that Barry is much more than being known as Greg Brady from that 70's TV show Brady Brunch. But we can't resist talking to him about his portrayal as the oldest son out of six kids. We discussed what his school life was like while production went on. His interest in cars. His name being used for a Peter Gabriel song with a killer music video directed by Sean Penn. He was full of energy and was like that cool kid we always wanted living next door to us when growing up.

JPR Live Sessions
JPR Live Session: Lowland Hum

JPR Live Sessions

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 28:09


The Charlottesville, Virginia duo released have been making quiet, contemplative music for years, and in 2021 they tackled an ambitious project: a track-by-track re-imagining of Peter Gabriel's album So.

Veterinary Innovation Podcast
120 - John Honchariw | Companion

Veterinary Innovation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 23:20


It takes a lot of dedication and patience to train a dog well. However, machines don't need either, and they provide a wealth of useful data. This week, Shawn & Ivan speak with John Honchariw of Companion about training dogs with motion sensor technology. John recommends The Interspecies Internet by Diana Reiss, Peter Gabriel, Neil Gershenfeld & Vint Cerf (bit.ly/3E0bmLY). Learn more about John at joincampanion.com.

What the Riff?!?
1983 - March: Saga “Worlds Apart”

What the Riff?!?

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 45:17


Canadian prog rock band Saga released their fourth album Worlds Apart in September 1981, but it took some time to catch fire.  By March 1983 their first single was peaking on the charts.   Rupert Hine, producer for Canadian power trio Rush, also produced this album which was both a critical and commercial success.  The band consisted of Steve Negus on percussion, Jim Gilmour on lead synthesizer, Ian Crichton on guitar, Jim Crichton on bass and keyboards, and Michael Sadler on lead vocals.  Sadler and Jim Crichton were the primary songwriters for the band.This album seemed to hit a sweet spot between progressive and commercial sensibilities.  It also saw a change in the energy level out of Michael Sadler which is attributed to an interesting intervention by Rupert Hine.  It is said that Hine had Sadler climb to the rafters of the barn where the recording studio for “Worlds Apart” was located, in order to get the right emotion.  The group also toured extensively in the United States where they opened for Billy Squier and Jethro Tull, and they benefitted from airplay on their music video for "On the Loose" and "Wind Him Up"  during MTV's first year.Worlds Apart would hit number 3 on the Top Rock Albums chart, and the single "On the Loose" hit number 26 on the Billboard Hot 100.  The album would be certified Gold in 1983, and would help the band win the Juno Award in Canada for "Most Promising Group of the Year."This album takes us back to some really good days in 1983, and we hope it does the same for you.Friend of the show John Lynch joins us for this album feature. On the LooseThe first single from the album benefitted from airplay of its video on the new MTV cable channel.  The song is tight, with heavy synthesizer use, and excellent coordinated runs in the keyboards and guitar.  The song itself is about what it sounds like - cutting loose in the evening.Time's UpThis deeper cut discusses the risk of being a daydreamer and a "man of inaction."  Don't let the time pass you by, wishing your life away.  Note the use of a child's voice and telephone special effects to make the point.      The InterviewAnother quintessential 80's sound can be found on this deep track.  The singer is talking to himself through multiple personalities.  The idea is of an individual trying to piece himself together through the internal interview.  "There's one thing I must know, tell me why you can't let go?"Wind Him UpThe second single from the album is well known and energetic.  It is a portrayal of a compulsive gambler who can't break away from the casino.  It breaks into multiple sections as would be expected in a prog rock piece, but it remains accessible.  "Wind him up, he can't stop.  He's wound up tight just like the clock that's winding its second hand down."ENTERTAINMENT TRACK:Main Theme from the television series "Little House On the Prairie”This show concluded its run in March 1983.  Michael Landon directed many of the episodes as well as playing Pa Ingalls. STAFF PICKS:I Know There's Something Going On by FridaBruce's staff pick is from ABBA alumnae Anni-Frid Lyngstad, going by the name Frida.  Lyngstad recorded her solo album in February 1982 during the last year of ABBA, and wanted to lave a different sound.  The song was written by Russ Ballard of Argent, and was produced by Phil Collins, who also played drums and contributed backing vocals.Goody Two Shoes by Adam Ant"Don't drink, don't smoke?  What do you do?"  Wayne features this new wave pop hit with a distinctive swing beat.  When he came over to the States, front man Stuart Leslie Goddard shortened the name of his punk band, "Adam and the Ants" and began touring as "Adam Ant."   The song is somewhat autobiographical, as Adam Ant did not drink or do drugs.Africa by TotoOur Guest filling in for Brian this week is John Lynch. He brings us a song that has had incredible staying power.  Toto's start as session players comes through in the tightness and production value of their songs, with this classic being no exception.  You will also have to search far and wide to find lyrics like "sure as Kilimanjaro rises like Olympus above the Serengeti."Shock the Monkey by Peter GabrielRob's staff pick peaked at number 29 on the charts.  The song is a love song about how jealousy can release base, animal instincts.  The video flips between Gabriel in a room dressed in a business suit, and Gabriel as a shaman with his face painted.  It is a nice finish, as Saga front man Michael Sadler considered Peter Gabriel one of his vocal inspirations. INSTRUMENTAL TRACK:Rockit by Herbie HancockWe finish off this week's podcast with Hancock's instrumental masterpiece.  If you haven't seen this video, you're missing out.

Keith's Music Box
Episode 62: Peter Gabriel vs. Phil Collins

Keith's Music Box

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 75:24


Get ready for an epic battle of rock superstars! Peter Gabriel was the original lead singer in Genesis, one of prog rock's greatest bands. When he went solo in 1975,  the band's drummer, Phil Collins, took over the microphone, leading Genesis into an incredible run of success through the '80s and '90s. Both singer-songwriters have also had epic solo careers, so it's only fitting that they face off head to head to see who's music truly rules. Will it be Mr. Gabriel or Mr. Collins? Stream today to find out... and hear some killer tunes.

Primus Tracks
Making of Rhinoplasty with Toby Wright

Primus Tracks

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 85:14


After the Brown Album cycle wrapped, Primus was asked to work with a producer on their next effort, which was a covers EP to bridge albums. The band descended upon Prairie Sun studios, and with the help of the legendary Toby Wright, created the band's second EP. Toby Wright kindly joined us to mine the depths of memory for the experience of making Rhinoplasty; another heavy brough to you by the one and only Tim Soya. Find Toby's show, My Wright Stuff, on Youtube!

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Rock's Backpages Ep 110: Jaan Uhelszki onstage with KISS + Buena Vista Social Club + Lindsey Buckingham

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 57:52


In this episode of the Rock's Backpages podcast, Mark Pringle, Martin Colyer and Jasper Murison-Bowie discuss the writing of Creem legend Jaan Uhelszki, who is the featured writer on the week's homepage. Her open letter to Smokey Robinson, interview with Suzi Quatro, appraisal of proto-punk band Death and onstage escapades with KIϟϟ provide the trio with an opportunity to enthuse about her marvellous, stylish prose.  On the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Buena Vista Social Club, they then consider the unusual circumstances that led Ry Cooder and his son Joachim to record with a group of Cuban musicians. Mark and Martin confess their initial scepticism of the project, but admit that it (and various offshoots featuring Rubén González and Manuel Galbán) won them over, while Jasper contemplates its enduring appeal and timeless nature. The three of them then listen to clips from the week's audio interview, which features Lindsey Buckingham in conversation with Bud Scoppa in 2011, on Rumours, Tusk, and his own solo output, before Mark and Jasper pick out their highlights from their additions to the library. Mark's selections include a reader's letter to Robert Shelton regarding folk vs folk rock in 1966 and Burt Bacharach at the Cow Palace in 1971, plus a review of Paul Butterfield's Better Days that prompts Mark and Martin to wax lyrical about guitarist Amos Garrett. Jasper elects to feature a scathing review of the Killers' Sam's Town, an altogether more positive review of Blood Orange's Negro Swan, and a report on German pyrotechnics-enthusiasts Rammstein. Pieces discussed: Smokey Robinson, Suzi Quatro, Death, KIϟϟ, Ry Cooder in Havana, Buena Vista Social Club, Ry and son Joachim, Lindsey Buckingham audio, The Who, Folk rock, Sly Stone, Leonard Cohen, Burt Bacharach, Peter Gabriel, The Smiths, Radiohead, Aretha Franklin, Paul Butterfield's Better Days, Jackson Browne, Paul Mathur, Nirvana, Pulp, The Killers, Blood Orange and Rammstein. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Law Offices Of Quibble, Squabble & Bicker
Season 3: Client 13 - Batman Wears A Diaper with the original lineup of Matt and Greg!

Law Offices Of Quibble, Squabble & Bicker

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2021 70:06


The Law Offices Of Quibble, Squabble & Bicker are missing one of the partners and do not have a guest attorney to help with a client that stumbled through their doors, Batman Wears A Diaper. Matt and Greg are all on there own so, obviously, the client is in big trouble especially when they wind up talking about beloved cohost, anal bleaching, the Clean Sphincter Society, fight crime and pee, super speed poop, is that a football, a giant lima bean, head on down to Panama, cosmic rays, radioactive spider, nasty green and messy, a super proctologist, his name was Cypher, Legion Of Super Greg Friends, cross quibble, the Brady Bunch, Robert Reed, Florence Henderson, Peter Gabriel, Buddy Raspberry, Buddy Sphincter Hole, Ellis Island, one thousand dead orphans, hooked on phonics, Bjork, Waspy Sodapop, pumpernickel, Great Norse Elephant Plague, sad psychopath, Fatty Melt, puttanesca, pasta of the whore, force field vagina, carrots, skeeved out, ancient Gaul, the clockmakers, William Tell, the Mafia, we got the nukes we got them money, Winifred, put breasts on a ghost, the Icelandic kids, dog's breakfast, here's your catheter, Titans and mountains of poop. For other episodes, go to www.qsblaw.org. They are also internettable on: Instagram - @lawofficesofquibble; Twitter - @qsblaw; TikTok - @qsblaw; Uhive - https://www.uhive.com/web/shares/z/QTTCLFU; Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/quiblle.bicker.3; Tumblr - quibblesquabblebicker; Reddit - https://www.reddit.com/user/QuibbleSquabble or watch them on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/LawOfficesofQuibbleSquabbleBicker --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/qsb/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/qsb/support