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Craig talks about Bill Burr, chonies on the doorknob, and Pink Floyd. Get your tickets now for The Loosey Goosey Tour! - http://craigconant.com Gina Yashere on Dave Chappelle - https://www.instagram.com/p/CU8rygFpWAD/ Follow Craig! Twitter - https://twitter.com/craigpconant/ IG - https://instagram.com/craigpconant/ Merch - https://craigconantstore.com/ Sign up for the Community Service Patreon! Bonus episodes! Merch! Exclusive stand-up sets! https://patreon.com/craigconant/
As a warm-up (or bone-chill) for Samhain or Halloween, this week's Prog-Watch is all about nightmares and the macabre! With songs concerning things spooky or supernatural from Alice Cooper, Atomic Rooster, King Crimson, Uriah Heep, Kansas, Rush, Anthony Phillips, Spock's Beard, Pink Floyd, Steven Wilson, and Jethro Tull! Join me...if you dare!
Intentar demostrar la no existencia de Dios Puede ser una actividad entretenida para los ateos. Aunque este ejercicio tenga sus satisfacciones, El verdadero problema no es si Dios existe o no, sino a dónde llevar el argumento una vez que uno decide que evidentemente no existe. Y también las personas más diversas parecen contenerse en ellos. Música de este episodio: 1. "Jesus Doesn't Want Me For a Sunbeam" (The Vaselines, 1993) 2. "Jesus Doesn't Want Me For a Sunbeam" (Nirvana, 1994) 3. "Ruby Tuesday" (Rolling Stones, 1970) 4. "Save Me" (Aimee Mann, 1999) 5. "Jesus of Suburbia" (Green Day, 2004) 6. "Drivin' on 9", The Breeders, 1993) 7. "Jesus Walking on the Water" (Violent Femmes, 1984) 8. "In God's Country" (U2, 1987) 9. "Mother", Pink Floyd, 1979)
Decades after the rise of rock music in the 1950s, the rock concert retains its allure and its power as a unifying experience—and as an influential multi-billion-dollar industry. In "Rock Concert", acclaimed interviewer Marc Myers sets out to uncover the history of this compelling phenomenon, weaving together ground-breaking accounts from the people who were there.Myers combines the tales of icons like Joan Baez, Ian Anderson, Alice Cooper, Steve Miller, Roger Waters, and Angus Young with figures such as the disc jockeys who first began playing rock on the radio, like Alan Freed in Cleveland and New York; the audio engineers that developed new technologies to accommodate ever-growing rock audiences; music journalists, like Rolling Stone's Cameron Crowe; and the promoters who organized it all, like Michael Lang, co-founder of Woodstock, to create a rounded and vivid account of live rock's stratospheric rise."Rock Concert" provides a fascinating, immediate look at the evolution of rock 'n' roll through the lens of live performances —spanning from the rise of R&B in the 1950s, through the hippie gatherings of the '60s, to the growing arena tours of the '70s and '80s. Elvis Presley's gyrating hips, the British Invasion that brought the Beatles in the '60s, the Grateful Dead's free flowing jams, and Pink Floyd's The Wall are just a few of the defining musical acts that drive this rich narrative. Featuring dozens of key players in the history of rock and filled with colorful anecdotes, Rock Concert will speak to anyone who has experienced the transcendence of live rock.Marc Myers is a frequent contributor to the Wall Street Journal, where he writes about music and the arts. He is the author of the critically acclaimed books Anatomy of a Song and Why Jazz Happened, and posts daily at JazzWax.com, a three-time winner of the Jazz Journalists Association's award for Jazz Blog of the Year.Purchase a copy of "Rock Concert: An Oral History as Told by the Artists, Backstage Insiders, and Fans Who Were There" through Grove Atlantic: https://groveatlantic.com/book/rock-concertFind Marc Myers at his official website: https://www.anatomyofasong.com Read Marc Myers' daily blogs at JazzWax: https://www.jazzwax.comThe Booked On Rock Website: https://www.bookedonrock.comFollow The Booked On Rock with Eric Senich:FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/bookedonrockpodcastTWITTER: https://twitter.com/bookedonrockContact The Booked On Rock Podcast:firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport Your Local Bookstore! Find your nearest independent book store here: https://www.indiebound.org/indie-store-finderThe Booked On Rock Theme Song: “Whoosh” by Crowander [ https://freemusicarchive.org/music/crowander]
We return to Pink Floyd in this NOT episode, discussing The Wall, The Final Cut, A Momentary Lapse of Reason and The Division Bell. Roger Waters tried to disband Pink Floyd in 1985 but after legal proceedings Pink Floyd were allowed to continue without him. This episode is split evenly with two Waters-led Floyd albums and two Gilmour-led Floyd albums. || Talk to us on Twitter @LapPods |||| Donate via Paypal at paypal.me/lappods ||Thanks for listening. Please subscribe and review. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We explore the Grateful Dead's formative early 1966 months in Los Angeles under the patronage of Owsley Stanley, LSD chemist & the band's new sound engineer, featuring Owsley's assistants Tim Scully & Don Douglas, Merry Pranksters, Rosie McGee, & an archival interview with Owsley.GUESTS: Tim Scully, Don Douglas, Rosie McGee, Denise Kaufman, Ken Babbs, Starfinder Stanley, Hawk, David Gans
In this episode, the legendary Paul Morley joins us to talk about his native Manchester, Joy Division and his epic new biography of Factory Records boss Tony Wilson. Paul recounts his early pop epiphanies and discovery of the UK's music press, culminating in the one & only issue of his 1976 fanzine Out There — not to mention his first reviews for the NME in 1976. The conversation then turns to "Anthony H." Wilson and the formation of Factory, taking in Paul's championing of Joy Division before leading into a discussion of Martin Aston's 1986 audio interview with New Order's Bernard Sumner and Stephen Morris. From there we consider the week's featured act Faust, spinning off from pieces about the German enigmas by Ian MacDonald, Andy Gill and David Stubbs, and prompting general thoughts on "Krautrock" from both guest and hosts. After saying goodbye to chief Chieftain Paddy Moloney, and to three veteran RBP writers on soul and R&B (Pete Grendysa, Bob Fisher and Roger St. Pierre), Mark leads us through his personal favourites among the 100+ articles added to the RBP library over the past fortnight, incuding pieces about the Stones' pad in Edith Grove, Lorraine Ellison's volcanic single 'Stay With Me' and Charlie Watts on drummers & drumming. Finally, Jasper talks us out with his thoughts on pieces about Primal Scream's 2000 XTRMNTR and John Sinclair taking The Wire's "Invisible Jukebox" text in 2003. Many thanks to special guest Paul Morley; his book From Manchester with Love: The Life and Opinions of Tony Wilson is published by Faber and available now. Pieces discussed: Paul Morley on Manchester, Joy Division, New Order, Tony Wilson, New Order audio, Faust, Faust IV, Jean-Hervé Peron, David Stubbs' Faustian Pact, Rhythm & Blues, Soul (Style), The Chieftains, Paddy Moloney, The Stones, Pink Floyd, Lorraine Ellison, Iron Butterfly, Patti Smith, 808 State, Dusty Springfield, Charlie Watts, The Sex Pistols, Was (Not Was), Primal Scream and John Sinclair. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, the legendary Paul Morley joins us to talk about his native Manchester, Joy Division and his epic new biography of Factory Records boss Tony Wilson. Paul recounts his early pop epiphanies and discovery of the UK's music press, culminating in the one & only issue of his 1976 fanzine Out There — not to mention his first reviews for the NME in 1976. The conversation then turns to "Anthony H." Wilson and the formation of Factory, taking in Paul's championing of Joy Division before leading into a discussion of Martin Aston's 1986 audio interview with New Order's Bernard Sumner and Stephen Morris. From there we consider the week's featured act Faust, spinning off from pieces about the German enigmas by Ian MacDonald, Andy Gill and David Stubbs, and prompting general thoughts on "Krautrock" from both guest and hosts. After saying goodbye to chief Chieftain Paddy Moloney, and to three veteran RBP writers on soul and R&B (Pete Grendysa, Bob Fisher and Roger St. Pierre), Mark leads us through his personal favourites among the 100+ articles added to the RBP library over the past fortnight, incuding pieces about the Stones' pad in Edith Grove, Lorraine Ellison's volcanic single 'Stay With Me' and Charlie Watts on drummers & drumming. Finally, Jasper talks us out with his thoughts on pieces about Primal Scream's 2000 XTRMNTR and John Sinclair taking The Wire's "Invisible Jukebox" text in 2003. Many thanks to special guest Paul Morley; his book From Manchester with Love: The Life and Opinions of Tony Wilson is published by Faber and available now. Pieces discussed: Paul Morley on Manchester, Joy Division, New Order, Tony Wilson, New Order audio, Faust, Faust IV, Jean-Hervé Peron, David Stubbs' Faustian Pact, Rhythm & Blues, Soul (Style), The Chieftains, Paddy Moloney, The Stones, Pink Floyd, Lorraine Ellison, Iron Butterfly, Patti Smith, 808 State, Dusty Springfield, Charlie Watts, The Sex Pistols, Was (Not Was), Primal Scream and John Sinclair.
Lady Gaga arrives in Vegas in a private jet with a boa made entirely out of $100 bills around her neck. Adele's new song breaks Spotify's record for most streams in a single day. Smash Mouth's Steve Harwell has an epic meltdown witnessed on TikTok. William Shatner tears up after Blue Origin space voyage. Barnes, Leslie and Cubby had Hollywood strike predictions before a strike was avoided on Saturday night. There's a new docuseries on HBO Max that you can't miss.01:04 - Today in Pop Culture, “Rosanne” premieres, 198802:15 - Adele's new song breaks Spotify record on first day04:27 - Lady Gaga wore $1M around her neck… literally05:03 - Epic Smash Mouth TikTok meltdown06:14 - The Beatles and The Stones beef lives06:55 - Demi Lovato wants an “inclusive” term for Space Aliens08:15 - Kesha's new Disney+ Paranormal Investigation series + “run in” with Barnes10:16 - Pink Floyd's Roger Waters marries former driver 10:56 - Megan Thee Stallion makes Popeyes “Hotties” sauce11:42 - Jonah Hill asks you to please not talk about his body13:00 - Goop faces mass staff exodus14:20 - Two stars in the hospital this week15:20 - Carol Baskin gets own Discovery+ show, “Cage Fight”15:41 - Cher suing late husband's ex wife for “missing royalties”17:34 - What Happened, Brittany Murphy?18:28 - Netflix spends 21M on mass hit Squid Game… but that's actually cheap21:37 - Team predictions on the Hollywood union strike before it was averted23:24 - William Shatner's Blue Origin Space Odyssey24:24 - Food fight at Food Network?The Pop Culture Show is presented by Cap Maison Resort and Spa in St. Lucia. Use code "Rock Star" and get a free helicopter transfer from the airport. The Pop Culture Show is also sponsored by Big 5 Spiced Rum...save $5 off your first bottle with the code "POPCULTURE" thru Nov 1, 2021 at Big5Rum.com.The Pop Culture Show is rated “E” for everyone. Please, review and subscribe to The Pop Culture Show available on your favorite podcast network. Get Exclusive Pop Culture Show video interviews, video content and bonus video exclusively from our Instagram. Sign up for our Pop Cult and be the first to get show announcements, free stuff and insider information only available to cult members. Watch The Pop Culture Show TV channel for the most fun, interesting and intriguing guests and moments from the show available 24/7.Executive Producer: Steve BarnesHosts: Steve Barnes, Leslie Fram, Paul Cubby BryantIntern Producer: Lauren NobleFAIR USE COPYRIGHT NOTICE The Copyright Laws of the United States recognize a “fair use” of copyrighted content. Section 107 of the U.S. Copyright Act states:“NOTWITHSTANDING THE PROVISIONS OF SECTIONS 106 AND 106A, THE FAIR USE OF A COPYRIGHTED WORK, INCLUDING SUCH USE BY REPRODUCTION IN COPIES OR PHONORECORDS OR BY ANY OTHER MEANS SPECIFIED BY THAT SECTION, FOR PURPOSES SUCH AS CRITICISM, COMMENT, NEWS REPORTING, TEACHING (INCLUDING MULTIPLE COPIES FOR CLASSROOM USE), SCHOLARSHIP, OR RESEARCH, IS NOT AN INFRINGEMENT OF COPYRIGHT.” THIS VIDEO/AUDIO IN GENERAL MAY CONTAIN CERTAIN COPYRIGHTED WORKS THAT WERE NOT SPECIFICALLY AUTHORIZED TO BE USED BY THE COPYRIGHT HOLDER(S), BUT WHICH WE BELIEVE IN GOOD FAITH ARE PROTECTED BY FEDERAL LAW AND THE FAIR USE DOCTRINE FOR ONE OR MORE OF THE REASONS NOTED ABOVE. IF YOU HAVE ANY SPECIFIC CONCERNS ABOUT THIS VIDEO OR OUR POSITION ON THE FAIR USE DEFENSE, PLEASE CONTACT US AT INFO@THEPOPCULTURESHOW.COM SO WE CAN DISCUSS AMICABLY. THANK YOU.
The 60th episode of the series includes a first: the three “Good Fellows” mixing it up in person, in the same room, on the grounds of the Hoover Institution. Hoover senior fellows Niall Ferguson, H. R. McMaster, and John Cochrane discuss Congress's handling of the Afghanistan debacle, pushback against COVID vaccine mandates, the present supply-chain “crisis,” and Facebook's uncertain future—plus one fellow's deep disdain for the music of Pink Floyd. Recorded October 13, 2021
Direct DownloadFrom the 49th Walnut Valley Festival in Winfield, Kansas, Bing performs an improvisation-fiiled rendition of “Bricks” with Kansas band Sally and the Hurts on Stage 1. Bing Futch is endorsed by Folkcraft Instruments, V-Picks and Zither Stands.Enjoy "Dulcimerica"? Consider supporting the program by becoming a patron!
Listen To The River: Fox Theatre, October 1972We go behind the scenes, into the crowd, around the specially-installed mirror ball, & inside the music at the Dead's 3 legendary 1972 shows at St. Louis's Fox Theatre with promoters Sepp Donahower & Tony Dwyer, musicologist Graeme Boone, & Dead freaks who were there. GUESTS: Tony Dwyer, Sepp Donahower, Bill Weber, Drea Stein, John Ellis, Bob Simmons, Thom Pallazola, Joe Schwab, Mark Slosberg, Starfinder Stanley, Hawk, Graeme Boone, David Lemieux
The story you've never heard about the rise, the success, and the ultimate break up of the original Climax Blues Band has way more twists and turns than you might suspect, starting with a brush with The Beatles and Pink Floyd. Tom and John are joined on the podcast by Derek Holt, founding member, bassist, guitarist and song writer of “I Love You” and many more. He brings the back story, and we learn about a bona fide blues band that discovered the westcoast sound and became, er...”yachty.” The Lightning Round: Does It Float Your Boat? Buried Treasures Off the Map References and Related: John's Spotify Yacht Rock Playlist Tom's Spotify Yacht Rock Playlist Yacht or Nyacht? The Official Yachtski Scale Playlist of songs featured on Out of the Main Intro/outro music: Fantasy World, by Page99. Find and Follow: The Mainland: YachtRockPodcast.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/yachtrockpodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/yachtrockpod Anchors Aweigh: https://anchor.fm/yachtrockpodcast --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/yachtrockpodcast/support
Comedian Blaine Capatch lends his loving ear to an analysis of British psychedelic rock pioneers Pink Floyd's 1967 album Piper at the Gates of Dawn. Follow Blaine on Twitter: https://twitter.com/blainecapatch Follow Josh on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/joshadammeyers/ Follow Josh on Twitter: https://twitter.com/JoshAdamMeyers Follow Josh on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/joshameyers Follow The 500 on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the500podcast/ Follow The 500 on Twitter: https://twitter.com/the500podcast Follow The 500 on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/The500PodcastWithJAM/ Email the show: email@example.com Check the show website: http://the500podcast.com
Jill is an Award winning Audio Engineer currently working mainly out of Jukasa Studios. Coming from Cologne, Germany, Jill followed her dream to work in the North American Music Industry with its wealth of talented musicians and artists. She achieved a Bachelor of Engineering in Media Technology specializing in Audio at the University of Applied Sciences in Düsseldorf, Germany. In addition, she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Audio Production at the School of Audio Engineering (SAE) in Cologne. Since Jill moved to Canada, she started working on many projects alongside the two Juno winning albums from Harrison Kennedy “This Is From Here” and “Touch” by July Talk. Additionally she has played an important role as the engineer of 2 Gold Singles, a Gold Record and several Billboard #1 Hits while working with bands such as: Three Days Grace, Alice Cooper, City and Colour, Alexisonfire, July Talk, and The Trews. Having worked as a fulltime engineer made it possible to work with renowned Engineers and Producers: Bob Ezrin (Alice Cooper, Deep Purple, Kiss, Pink Floyd), Howard Benson (Daughtry, Santana, My Chemical Romance), Gavin Brown (Billy Talent, Barenaked Ladies, The Tea Party), Mike Plotnikoff (Three Days Grace, Hoobastank, BlessTheFall), Ian Davenport (July Talk, Wir Sind Helden) and David Bendeth (Paramore, Papa Roach, Breaking Benjamin).
Of all of the 'classic' British rockers who came to prominence in the 1960s, only a very few have achieved significant, sustained success through to the present day. A list that comprises Paul McCartney and The Rolling Stones should also include Eric Clapton. His critical and commercial accomplishments with John Mayall's Bluesbreakers, Cream, Blind Faith and his first solo album between 1965 and 1970 was followed by the inexplicable failure of the ‘Layla' album. Clapton withdrew into addiction for several years.In 1974, his 'comeback' album, ‘461 Ocean Boulevard', returned him to the top three in both the UK and America. Always a strong concert draw, Clapton has released another sixteen top twenty albums since. Even ‘Layla' returned to the charts in 1982.“Eric Clapton Solo: Every Album, Every Song” reviews and analyses all of Clapton's studio albums since 1974, as well as successful collaborations with BB King and JJ Cale. It's been a long, varied journey: the laid-back rocker of the 1970s; the commercial sheen of the 1980s; the polished, acoustic yuppie music and hard blues of the 1990s; the slick R & B stylings of the 2000s and the roots homages of the 2010s. All of this was underpinned by the skill and talent of Britain's greatest blues guitarist and a hugely underrated vocalist.Andrew Wild is an experienced writer, music collector and film buff with many books to his name including recent publications about Queen, Pink Floyd and Dire Straits. His comprehensive study of every song recorded and performed by the Beatles between 1957 and 1970 was published by Sonicbond in 2019. Purchase a copy of "Eric Clapton Solo: Every Album, Every Song" in the US through Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Eric-Clapton-Solo-every-album/dp/1789521416 & in the UK through Burning Shed:https://burningshed.com/book/andrew-wild_eric-clapton-solo-on-track_bookFollow Andrew Wild on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AndrewWildAuthorListen to Andrew Wild's Podcast: http://andrewwild.progzilla.comListen to a playlist of the music discussed in this episode: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2kcmMPRECuxcCKxkRXXfSk?si=36f254a3bef04395The Booked On Rock Website: https://www.bookedonrock.comFollow The Booked On Rock with Eric Senich:FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/bookedonrockpodcastTWITTER: https://twitter.com/bookedonrockContact The Booked On Rock Podcast:firstname.lastname@example.orgSupport Your Local Bookstore! Find your nearest independent book store here: https://www.indiebound.org/indie-store-finderThe Booked On Rock Theme Song: “Whoosh” by Crowander [ https://freemusicarchive.org/music/crowander]
This week on Rockonteurs we are delighted to welcome the hugely talented songwriter and producer Patrick Leonard to the show.Pat is best known as a longtime collaborator with Madonna having worked on albums such as ‘True Blue', ‘Who's That Girl' and ‘Like A Prayer'.But his musical credentials stretch far wider and include Michael Jackson, Pink Floyd, Jeff Beck, David Gilmour, Elton John and Leonard Cohen to name but a few.As you can imagine, the stories come thick and fast and it's one amazing listen.Rockonteurs is produced by Ben Jones for Gimme Sugar Limited See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
New episode mixed by Sebastian Campo to feel the sunset experience and enjoy a taste of emotional and electronic vibes. Raised in a house with a dad who listened to Pink Floyd, Supertramp, folk music, and a mom that listened to Bee Gees, Giorgio Moroder and Donna Summer, Sebastian was able to develop love for energetic and progressive music. Around year 2000-2001 He discovered trance and house music on some GateCrasher, D-mode cd compilations at the "Pop/Disco/Dance" little section that a famous local store used to have, he fell in love with the sound. Producers such as Paul Van Dyk, Armin Van Buuren, Ferry Corsten (System F back then), Mauro Picotto, P.U.S.H where playing all the time on his little cd sound system in his room. Throughout the years he was able to learn and discover other genres such as melodic & deep house, progressive house and melodic techno. Sebastian has played as guest several Podcast such as @musicalldayeveryday from San Diego, United States, also in Trance Latino america as guest mix for Antonino Tizzano Radio Show, Movement Live show done by @soulmatestudio-academy, @deephousesweden , PHA, @deephousemelodic and more! Nowadays his tracks go from Chill out, Deep to Progressive and Trance with hypnotic melodies and magical pads. His monthly podcast, Progressive Sounds comes out every third Thursday of the month on Quantumradiofm.com/home and every last Sunday of the month on Soundcloud and MixCloud. Beautiful mix by Sebastian Campo that we hope that you'll enjoy it as we did and don't forget to share! Soundcloud profile: @sebastiancampoofficial IG profile: www.instagram.com/itssebastiancampo Welcome to this new journey ... Enjoy !!
The LOCPOD crew is back with a wide-ranging show – update on Mayor Tom's travels around IN as he campaigns for US Senate, including his speech to fellow mayors in French Lick; Tom and Kevin discuss some recent news, including IN state senator Dennis Kruse's battle with COVID and standing by his decision to not take the vaccine, Indy Star's in depth write-up about Tom, and more; Mark Anderson, the artist who designed Tom's boxing glove logo, stops by with his take on if a downstate councilman stole his logo.
Listen in as Bill & Booth (The Clown Princes of Punk Garage Dad Podcasts) blast some sweet cover tunes, extol the virtues of Coldplay and Sublime fans, the punk merits of Pink Floyd, and shit merits of Led Zeppelin.
Today's Electronically Yours with Martyn Ware episode features Tim Burgess, musician, singer-songwriter and record label owner, best known as the lead singer of the The Charlatans. His unique look, talent and songwriting style (60's west coast psychedelia, acid house and Syd Barrett era Pink Floyd) has created a highly successful stream of singles and albums in a variety of styles from alternative rock to soul-influenced groove. His legendary listening parties on Twitter are massively popular with an incredibly diverse musical audience… Ladies and gentlemen, a completely charming Charlatan - Tim Burgess If you can, please support the Electronically Yours podcast via my Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/electronicallyours
It's Monday and fans are asking, “Hello… Is there anybody in there? Just nod if you can hear me… Is there anyone at home?” [~ © Pink Floyd 1979] After yesterday's game between the Minnesota Vikings and Cleveland Browns ugly game, the Vikes are now now 1-3 and on the way to a head claiming season, or unlikely, a storybook one. Odds are now trending on bad, just like a good chunk of the play yesterday. Is the team doing its best to turn people comfortably numb? Tyler and Deshawn will be turning your Mondays Purple. Join us for the conversation! Other talking points for tonight's show: Record over the next 4 games? Lack of adjustments. Changes to the starting lineup? Should the Vikes fire Mike Zimmer regardless of the outcome of this season? Fan with us!!! Tyler Forness @TheRealForno, and Deshawn Vaughan @vikingsfans16. In the truck is Dave Stefano @Luft_Krigare producing this @Climb_ThePocket Network's & @DailyNorseman's production. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Václav Havel by 5. října oslavil 85 let. Nejvlivnější politik novodobých českých dějin byl svým založením především dramatik a umělec a rád se stýkal s jinými lidmi z uměleckých oblastí. Když se jen necelý rok po propuštění z vězení stal v roce 1990 prezidentem Československa, chtěli se s ním potkat všichni, hlavně ale západní hudebníci. Za prezidentem nakonec přijeli Frank Zappa, Velvet Underground, Rolling Stones, Joan Baez nebo třeba Pink Floyd.
lon·gev·i·tynoun - long life."the greater longevity of women compared with men" - long existence or service."her longevity in office now appeared as a handicap to the party" Longevity used to be the goal when it came to making it big in the music business, but with a growing industry that has gained much-needed independence from all of the overlord record labels, putting in years and years of work to stay relevant seems like a thing of the past. But what if someone's goal was to come in, get big, make a bunch of money and then cash out and call it a day? Certainly, that would line up with the agenda of an unwanted record label that needs to stay relevant. All they have to do is appear to be offering exactly what someone is looking for, then both parties have something to gain in the deal.Opposite of that, there are artists out there that have been around for what seems like forever. Many of which don't even release music all that often. So how do they stay relevant to an ever-changing industry? It's not only a good question but a loaded one. Some artists have the fortune of a long and flourishing career. But why? It surely can't just be based on talent alone. If you really dig into it, sure there is talent involved (sometimes a lot of it), but there is also so much more. A musician is not only a person, but they're also a business—whether they like it or not. And more often than not that business didn't fund itself upon startup. So if there are enough people involved that depend on you and your "business" to succeed, then you can be damn sure that is exactly what will happen. Let's use Walmart as an example. They are constantly in the headlines for the treatment of their employees among other things, but it never really seems to make much of a difference in how they choose to operate. Why? Simply put, there is too much money involved for the powers that be to let the company fail. It would be financially devastating to millions of people, so it is in the best interest of everyone involved to keep the corporate giant marching on. The same type of scenario plays out in the music industry on a daily basis. So who gets to decide who is worthy of sustained career growth and industry longevity? We talk that and so much more on this almost 100th episode of your favorite school crossing guard's older brother's masseuse's favorite music podcast. It's season 4, episode 14. LET'S GO!!! Keep up with all of the music we talk about in each episode by listening to the Infectious Groove Podcast Companion Songs playlist, exclusively on Spotify. Infectious Groove Podcast, part of the OddPods Media Network.
Tune in every Friday for more WOW Report. 10) CAA Buys ICM @01:04 9) Revisiting American Horror Story: Double Feature @07:14 8) Shy Bowel Syndrome @10:54 7) Lori Laughlin Hired for Her First Post-Prison Job @16:35 6) Pink Floyd: Their Mortal Remains @21:49 5) Sissy that Wok @26:29 4) Rest in Perfection: Tommy Kirk @33:09 3) Joe Dallesandro: Warhol Superstar, Underground Film Icon, Actor @37:56 2) Cinderella on the West End @42:31 1) Britney Breaks Free @46:29
Cannajam Festival is taking place on Sat. October 9, 2021, at Riverside Park, Ypsilanti, Michigan @ 12 PM. Attorney Mike Komorn, founder and organizer joins Todd & Craig in The Mother-Ship to discuss the lineup and events taking place throughout the day and evening. Cannabis Sales and Consumption will be allowed on site. Top performers from Comedian Mike Young, Randy Kaplan, Echoes of Pink Floyd, T Money Green Roadwork, and many more. Sponsors include OZ Cannabis, Sticky, The Botanical Co, Pure Lapeer Provisioning Center, along with many more. Check out Cannajamfest.com for more information.
The Grateful Dead's relationship with St. Louis went deep as the new Listen To The River box set and this Deadcast prove, featuring promoter Tony Dwyer, offstage jams at Scotty's Music, and the time the Dead crashed Richie Gerber's bar mitzvah.GUESTS: Sam Cutler, Tony Dwyer, Michael Scott, Richard Gerber, Mark Slosberg, Steve Fisher, Doug Heller, David Lemieux, Joe Schwab, Tom Wood, Bob Simmons, Thom Pallazola, John Ellis
Brian, Blake and Richard are back with an all-new episode of the Chasing Tone Podcast!We have a bit of a different episode this week as we are joined by the insanely talented Dave Kilminster, a musician who has come from the mean streets of Bristol, UK (very similar to Indiana according to Richard - but he mixes up two Wurzels songs so what does he know?) via Keith Emerson, Steven Wilson and Roger Waters. Thats not a bad CV and we haven't even touched on half of it!Starting out with a catastrophic injury that would have finished many people off before they started guitar wise, Dave went on to win a UK competition and had an established music teaching career before playing with some cast iron UK legends and he tells us about his early influences and the musical journey so far. There is a fair bit of Pink Floyd content here (I wonder who is to blame there), and he talks extensively about emulating David Gilmour, but there is also a whole load more and Dave gives us some very cool insights into touring and playing to a global stage. We touch on Dave's Gear of course, and we learn some of the secrets he has learned about Gilmour's tone, and Richard fails massively to not be awestruck or convince Brian of his need to listen to more Floyd. He may be convinced to buy a Tele with a Whammy bar though. We talk about pickups and we talk about Dave's solo work and his upcoming album where he gets to be himself and how starting off listening to diverse musical styles really helped hone his skills. Blake is not to blame for the rise of streaming and tells us so pretty concisely. Black Sabbath, Dave Grohl, How to audition properly, Electrocuted finishes, Dub side of the moon....it's all in this weeks Chasing Tone!We are on Patreon now too!Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chasingtonepodcast)DIY modshttps://modyourownpedal.com/collections/booksFind us at:https://www.wamplerpedals.com/https://www.instagram.com/WamplerPedals/https://www.facebook.com/groups/wamplerfanpage/Youtube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdVrg4Wl3vjIxonABn6RfWwContact us at: email@example.comSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/chasingtonepodcast)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chasingtonepodcast)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chasingtonepodcast)Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/chasingtonepodcast)
Ephemeral Rift Podcast episode 27 talking about the documentaries Love on the Spectrum and one on Lynyrd Skynyrd, and then responding to messages about school reform, Pink Floyd's The Wall, leaving social media, the pitfalls of participating in this interconnected society, ASMR, Slaughter to Prevail, happiness, and prolly a buncha other tangents I can't recall at the moment.
DC's Mike James and Mollie Ames discuss: All terrestrial segments for this episode were recorded live on September 18th (Day 261 of 2021), and all podcast segments were recorded live on September 21st (Day 264 of 2021) Part 1 of 3 of the Podcast only content – How long do we have to be patient with this Browns defense before we find out if it's actually any good or not? And the month old lawsuit filed against Omar Vizquel that no one seems to be paying any attention to that's far more frightening and horrifying than most anything you would ever imagine Terrestrial: Hour 1 (begins around 0:20:00) Talking QB tiers in the NFL and why Baker is in tier 3, which is not just our opinion, it's also the opinion of 50 current NFL coaches and scouts (according to The Athletic) Rooting for Urban Meyer to fail is befitting the monster he has proven himself to be time and time again If there's no justice, just empty words and promises for the greatest gymnasts this country has ever proved, can we ever expect justice for any other women who are victims of sexual assault and violence? Part 2 of 3 of the Podcast only content – Dumb people going to dumb, no matter what (begins around 1:18:00) Lachlan MacKinnon's ‘Best of Edition' Let Me Tell You A Story: “Cleveland's Angriest Door Guy” (begins around 1:33:00) Terrestrial: Hour 2 (begins around 1:41:00) The digital Van Gogh is to the art world what planetarium laser light shows are to seeing Pink Floyd live in concert Definitively proving that we are living in the worst decade for music while ranking each era from the 60's to present day Part 3 of 3 of the Podcast only content – Mollie's Weekly Reports... (begins around 2:41:00) Terrestrial: Hour 3 (begins around 3:03) The new 30 For 30 documentary "Once Upon A Time In The Queens" is fantastic, and not just because of how great and unique the '86 Mets were Mollie's Weekly Reports, terrestrial edition! All this and so much more on this episode of the Defend Cleveland Podcast. Enjoy~ To contribute to this 100% listener supported show please go to our Patreon page by clicking here. Check out Lachlan MacKinnon's best selling book, ‘Let Me Tell You A Story: Small Stories Of A Large Family'! Thank yous to 91.1-FM WRUW Cleveland for being home to the show, and to the city that inspires us, Cleveland, Ohio. Your recommended listening this week is the album "Structure" by Water From Your Eyes The intro and outro to Lachlan's segment is the song “My Summer In Traction” by the band Ohio Civil War , and it's used with permission.
Following the worldwide success of El Topo and The Holy Mountain, Alejandro Jodorowsky connected with Michel Seydoux to pursue any project he wished. The answer? An adaptation of the beloved, expansive science fiction novel by Frank Herbert. What followed was an epic collaboration involving the director and a collection of legendary collaborators (or "spiritual warriors") including Dan O'Bannon, Jean "Moebius" Girard, Chris Foss, H.R. Giger, Pink Floyd, Salvador Dali, Orson Welles, and that's just the beginning! On this episode we look at how the project developed, how it fell apart, and whether it's truly the greatest film never made. We also look at some of the criticism of the project, the adaptations of Dune that were to follow and - of course - the 2014 documentary JODOROWSKY'S DUNE that helped bring the story to the world. The post Episode 86 – JodoWOWsky Part 4 – Jodorowsky's Dune (1974-1976) appeared first on Cinema Smorgasbord.
We had the pleasure of interviewing Jude Cole over Zoom video! JUDE COLE is a simple but driven man. Throughout his long and storied career, he's worn many a creative hat, whether it be as a singer, songwriter, guitarist/sideman, film composer, producer, manager or even a stint as music critic and interviewer to acts like The Rolling Stones, Alice Cooper, Bob Seger and dozens of other superstars. His first love, songwriting, remains steadfast and true, which is why he's releasing his first new music in 21 years. “I never wanted to bookmark myself,” he explains. “I really do enjoy creating new music, and I don't care to look back all that much. I have the Gold and Platinum records in my tank, but I don't hang them on the walls. I don't always like to look at past achievements — I prefer right now and a little of what's next. I spent the last 22 years managing artists like Jason Wade and Lifehouse and being a very behind-the-scenes writer, producer and manager. For me, these two new solo projects allow me to do what I've always done creatively, but with a new ability to actually stand back and appreciate it.” To that end, he's most definitively moved the artistic needle forward with the contents of his two most recent solo releases. COUP DE MAIN shines the spotlight on COLE originals that showcase his multi-genre mastery, while COOLERATOR brings a modern-day retro-cool vibe to a score of doo-wop favorites both classic and under-served. COUP DE MAIN encompasses a variety of styles, from the opening mid-tempo gambit of “Taking Away My Home” to the acoustic and ethereal lament of “Only Far Away” to the progressive swing of “Wax Wings.” COLE displays some formidable forward-leaning, atomically inspired chops on “The Dark,” which soars into the heart of the stratosphere with a generous cosmic assist from acclaimed fellow producer/artist, Patrick Leonard. “We've been friends and very close neighbors for a long time, and he would literally walk his small synth down to my studio and plug in,” details COLE. “He did all the synth work on this song, and I think it's one of the reasons it sounds the way it does. Patrick knew that's what I was going for — and since he even produced Pink Floyd, he nailed it. He's a wonderful, wonderful musician. I can't say enough about him.” Not only that, but Lifehouse drummer Ricky Woolstenhulme, Jr. gave COLE and Leonard all the space they needed on “The Dark” to really stretch things out. “I asked Ricky to listen to some specific Pink Floyd records,” he reveals. “I mean, Nick Mason plays everything so painfully simple. He allows all the moving parts to do their job because he's not in the way. Rick took all that to heart. He gave us a consistent bed of ride cymbal, kick and snare, topped with a few timeless drum fills. It really was fun to emulate that '70s sound.” “They furnished off an apartment with a two room Roebuck saleThe Coolerator was crammed with TV dinners and ginger aleBut when Pierre found work the little money comin' worked out wellC'est La Vie say the old folks, it goes to show you never can tell”-Chuck Berry Meanwhile, over on another sonic fulcrum, COLE gets to celebrate his pure doo-wop jones on the aforementioned COOLERATOR. Bear witness to his loving take on The Charts' rare gem “Deserie” (“one of the most beautiful doo-wop songs ever”), the twangy Chuck Berry/Rockpile vibes of “Dear Dad,” and the horn-supported rock & stroll of Guitar Slim's “It Hurts to Love Someone (When They Don't Love You).” This collection has been a long time coming. “COOLERATOR is a piece of work that's been over ten years in the making — and it's not any sort of epic work you would think would take me ten years,” he says with a hearty laugh. “It was really just a pet project in between a lot of other hats, inspired by the true heart and soul of '50s and '60s doo-wop music.” The overall intention for COOLERATOR was to keep it simple and look for the right performance, “I always wondered how they made those records and why are they so soulful… why they're so moving. When you hear about '50s music, it's often bobby socks and malt shops. I know that's part of the Americana culture, but it doesn't really reflect the groups that were singing on the street corners.” The fact is, JUDE COLE is a career artist who's always looking at the next creative signpost up ahead, with nary a glance back in his rearview mirror. And with Chuck Berry as his COOLERATOR guide and inspiration, C'est la vie —it goes to show you never can tell how blues, rock, rhythm, and jazz will all come together to join him on whatever artistic roads he plans to travel down next.We want to hear from you! Please email Tera@BringinitBackwards.com.www.BringinitBackwards.com#podcast #interview #bringinbackpod #JudeCole #zoomListen & Subscribe to BiBFollow our podcast on Instagram and Twitter!
A love letter to the live concert experience, vocalist Roberta Freeman has released a passionate Pink Floyd cover. For the song and video, she recruited friends Derek Day, Derek Frank, and her Use Your Illusion tour mate Teddy Zig Zag. We discuss putting the video together and celebrate the 30th Anniversary of #UseYourIllusion. Wish You Were Here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KLCygvj4o7k #gunsnroses #pinkfloyd #robertafreeman
Enter Keith GodchauxThe Deadcast opens its 4th season with one of the most unlikely but totally true stories in Grateful Dead history: how Keith & Donna Jean Godchaux approached Jerry Garcia at a bar and announced that Keith was the Dead's new keyboardist, going deep into Godchaux family history.GUESTS: Brian Godchaux, Donna Jean Godchaux MacKay, Greg Anton, Sandy Rothman
Episode 40 of Prog Notes! Nothing like a good cosmic concept album based on Plato's story about the lost city of Atlantis to celebrate the 3rd year of Prog Notes, eh? Drew and Destin dive deep into the themes of Ocean by German prog rockers Eloy and contextualize its significance with the history of the band along with the musical and geopolitical landscape during the 1970s. Drew also nerds out when adding some supplemental information about Greek mythology to the overarching story on this groovy, psychedelic record which many claim has a sound akin to Pink Floyd. Finally, the co-hosts venture into another installment of Illustrations And Impressions as they analyze the compelling artwork on Eloy's most popular record to date. Become a Patron! Follow us on Instagram! Follow us on Facebook! Join our Discord Server to chat with us and other prog-rock fans! Leave us a voice message! (615) 669-8262 **Prog Notes is a podcast dedicated to the genre of progressive rock. Each episode Destin and Drew tackle an album and delve into the different musical compositions, lyrics, and concepts that make it prog rock. They discuss the history of the genre as well as its relevance in modern music. With each new episode, these two colorful characters share their passion and encourage more people to investigate this unique, sometimes forgotten genre of music and find an album or band they can enjoy.
We kicked things off by talking about the new member of Noa's family. We then discussed the MTV Video Music Awards, and Madonna's "controversial" look. We also discussed Megan Fox and some of the performances. We talk about the 10th anniversary of the Big Four concert at the great Yankee Stadium. Rob tells a story from his experience seeing Pink Floyd's Roger Waters live. We also read some listener mail from Robb and Israeli Guy. Join our Patreon to watch the video version and get a bonus episode each month, and other behind-the-scenes goodies. More info here. Follow us on: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Youtube and our Discord Chat We are bringing back an old favorite with a twist, the music break – now as a Spotify playlist to listen to whenever you want. Make sure to follow the playlist. This week's tracks are Mastodon – Pushing the Tides D.R.I. – Slumlord Samaim – Full On Carcass – Embodiment See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Hitchhiker has returned from our 1 month break and this time we talk to music lover and a true Touring Fan Jimmy Partridge.Jimmy was recommended to us by past viewers as a Touring Fan who has seen many of our favorite artists. Jimmy has stories from the road from bands like Pearl Jam, Pink Floyd and so many more.Tune in as we learn about what makes Jimmy a Touring Fan and learn about his passion for music.On this episode we will also be talking about Eddie Vedder new song, Eddies solo album announcement, what came out in the latest Ten Club Newsletter and more!Topics and Stories include:Pink Floyd at Uniondale in the 80sPearl Jam StoriesThe Ten Club NewsletterFavorite AlbumsNew Eddie Vedder Song
When Jesus uses the word “body” in Matthew's gospel, unless you abandon all assumptions, transporting yourself to first-century Roman society, it is impossible to hear—let alone understand—what the Lord is saying during his Last Supper. The disciples may be concerned with tribe and city, eager to wave their flags and pledge their allegiances, but Jesus Christ has a different mission. The difficult work he is about to do is a public matter, but it has nothing to do with their silly flags and allegiances—it pertains to the entire commonwealth—on behalf of all and for all.In the letters of St. Paul, the Lord's body are the people in your neighborhood, and all we are, brothers and sisters, are just bricks in the wall.Richard and Fr. Marc discuss Matthew 26:26-29.Episode 397 Matthew 26:26-29; Music:Griphop by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3830-griphopLicense: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Kurt Deimer is the living embodiment of the idea that you should never give up on your dreams and you are never too old to rock n roll. We talked with Kurt prior to his heading out on tour with Phil X on guitar (and opening for Geoff Tate). The tour starts tonight! For more information & tour dates check out Kurt's website.
Pratt's music career spans more than 30 years. He is best known for his prolific work as a session bass player, working with artists including Pink Floyd, Roxy Music, Gary Moore, Madonna, Michael Jackson, Robert Palmer, Echo & the Bunnymen, Iggy Pop,Whitesnake, Womack & Womack, Kirsty MacColl and Robbie Robertson. Pratt has been a member of the Australian rock band Icehouse, and is currently a member of the psychedelic rock band Nick Mason's Saucerful of Secrets. In 2005 he debuted a one-man music and comedy show. He is the author of the autobiography My Bass and Other Animals.
SPOILER ALERT: It is highly encouraged that you stop this episode, log on to your Netflix account, and watch the new documentary film they're featuring called "Count Me In". We talk about this film in-depth and discuss many things that would otherwise alter your experience if you plan on watching it at a later date. Every now and then Netflix hits the nail on the head with its content recommendations, and that is exactly what happened when "Count Me In" slid across our screen. This brand new documentary focuses on drummers and their love for the art of drumming. There is a vast difference between being 5 years old and telling everyone what you want to be when you grow up, to telling everyone that and actually growing up and being what you told everyone you wanted to be. This film is a coming-of-age love story of sorts, and you get to see firsthand how the love story plays out between a musician and their favorite instrument. A drum equates to much more than just an instrument that you bang on. Think of a pair of drum sticks like a pair of paintbrushes, and the drum kit, a palette of paint—with the canvas being your ears. With every single small movement, you create something new, and literally, every stroke is as important as the next. Drummers are more than just backing musicians, they're fully integrated members of the band, and truth be told, the band would be hard-pressed to carry on without them, and you'll see exactly why. While the film is presumably made for drummers, about drummers, and by drummers, you most certainly don't need to be one, to enjoy it. The film is orchestrated in a way that you cannot help but relate to, and enjoy the stories as they unfold. Join us as we take this rhythmic ride and discuss all things "Count Me In". It's season 4, episode 10, of your favorite drum tech's twin brother's favorite music podcast. LET'S GO!!! Keep up with all of the music we talk about in each episode by listening to the Infectious Groove Podcast Companion Songs playlist, exclusively on Spotify. Infectious Groove Podcast, part of the OddPods Media Network.
Adam and John review the 1973 Pink Floyd album, The Dark Side Of The Moon. Enjoy! www.bfopnetwork.com www.patreon.com/blastpastcast www.instagram.com/blastpastcast www.facebook.com/blastpastcast
Pink Floyd ®: A look back Prof. Carol Gould is a Professor of Philosophy at Florida Atlantic University, where she teaches primarily Aesthetics, Philosophy of Psychiatry, and Ancient Greek Philosophy, areas in which she publishes widely. Dr. Ian Williams wis a biochemist at the Universities of Bristol and Oxford and received an MFA from Bennington College in Vermont. He worked for Pfizer for twenty years heading the Molecular Sciences Department and serving in the Research strategy group. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/scientificsense/message
In 1969, Bill Rotari was Regional Managing Director with Capitol Records in Quebec when he received word that John and Yoko were coming. As label rep, it was his job to see to it that John's needs were met; ultimately this included securing recording gear for tracking the first Plastic Ono Band record, "Give Peace A Chance." Bill has led an interesting life; as record company executive, recording artist...and minor league pitching prospect for the Atlanta Braves. His group, The Favorites, recorded for London during the 1950s, and later, as Managing Director of CBS/Sony Records in Montreal, he was directly responsible for signing Celine Dion and getting her first English language recordings produced. Bill tells all about the Montreal Bed-In, as well as his life and career in music (encompassing Paul and George, the Rolling Stones, Petula Clark, Pink Floyd, Leonard Cohen, Tony Bennett and others).
“Even though it was the middle of summer, it was cold and wet,” Rob Baker remembers, “and after a full day in the studio, there was nothing to do but go back to where we were staying and watch the Olympics that were happening in Barcelona…and they were still talking about Canada and what happened with Ben Johnson four years earlier.” The Tragically Hip were in the UK, recording what would be their third full studio album at Battery Studios, a facility protected from the rest of the surrounding grimy north west London neighborhood of Willesden Green by a big metal gate…after recording the last two albums away from home—Up To Here was done in Memphis and Road Apples required to move to New Orleans—a trip to London had seemed like a good idea, a chance to get away from all the distractions back home in Kingston, Ontario. It may have been dreary on the outside, but the building itself was full of history…Pink Floyd, Paul McCartney, Black Sabbath, Rod Stewart, The Cure, The Who and dozens more had all made classic albums here. And when The Hip wrapped up the sessions for the album that would be called “Fully Completely,” they had an idea that they had created something extraordinary. But what they didn't know is they were about to enter the imperial phase of their career, a time when almost everything went right…. The album would eventually sell a million copies in Canada alone…and here's how it happened. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.