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Doing it Right: The Stories that Make Us
TIK TOK CONTENT | Cameron Colan, Content Creator, Tik Tok | Ep.126 - Doing it Right!

Doing it Right: The Stories that Make Us

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 33:11


How does Tik Tok come up with creative ideas? We asked Cam Colan, the Content Creator, to describe his process for thinking outside the box.You won't want to miss his artistic ways of approaching an idea!Tune in Monday, 12:30PM Central.TPOV'S:-Use empathy as your superpower allowing you to share more of your authentic self.-Putting your feelings into a medium like art will benefit you. It could even inspire others.-When you create, it helps others learn how.-Don't be precious with your ideas. Share them.-"Ego is overdressed insecurity" – by Quincy Jones

New Old Heads Podcast
NOH 271 | "Everybody rise."

New Old Heads Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 60:41


The New Old Heads podcast episode 271 discussed Kool Moe Dee's recently re-populated list, if Hit-Boy is a top 25 hip hop producer ever, albums that had to grow on us, and Timbaland sharing a meme about Quincy Jones (and the internet attacking him about it). Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/NewOldHeads)

Muscle For Life with Mike Matthews
Alex Banayan on Unlocking the “Third Door” to Success

Muscle For Life with Mike Matthews

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 67:06


This episode of the podcast is a bit different. That's because in this podcast, I chat with Alex Banayan about his book The Third Door, the journey he went on in the process of writing it, and what he learned along the way. We'll get into the details in the interview, but Alex went on a seven-year quest to interview some of the world's brightest, most successful people in order to learn how they broke through in their respective fields. It all started with the common existential crisis of “what do I want to do with my life” and his research led him down a road filled with life-changing interviews with Bill Gates, Quincy Jones, Steve Wozniak, Lady Gaga, Warren Buffett, Maya Angelou, Steven Spielberg, Jane Goodall, Larry King, and more (and some wild stories). Now if you're wondering why I thought this was worthy of a podcast, many of my followers are entrepreneurs, people who want to succeed more in their careers, or people who want to improve themselves in general. So while this interview isn't directly fitness-related, I think you'll find it interesting and useful. In our discussion, Alex and I talk about . . . How he “hacked” The Price Is Right to raise funds for his book idea How he managed to secure big-time interviews The mindset commonalities he found among famous, successful people The difference between fearlessness and courage Social media and the importance and relativity of money And more . . . If you're not familiar with Alex, The Third Door has made him the youngest bestselling business author in American history, and the book is a number one international bestseller. He's been named to Forbes' 30 Under 30 list and Business Insider's “Most Powerful People Under 30,” and been featured in Fortune, CNBC, Businessweek, The Washington Post, MSNBC, Fox News, and NBC News. So if you want to hear some of Alex's wild stories from his journey and what he learned on his quest to study success, definitely check out this interview! Timestamps: 0:00 - Pre-order my new fitness book now for a chance to win over $13,000 in splendid swag: https://www.muscleforlifebook.com/ 7:07 - What is the premise of the book? 13:01 - How Alex hacked The Price Is Right 15:21 - How did you get interviews with famous people? 17:16 - How successful people treat business 20:14 - The difference between fearlessness and courage 26:12 - What have you found fulfilling and is there anything you thought would be fulfilling that hasn't been? 31:50 - What you think you want and what you really want may not be the same 42:45 - Who is the third door for? 44:05 - Dealing with setbacks 51:48 - The opposite of success isn't failure 53:32 - What types of mistakes are acceptable to you? Mentioned on the Show: Pre-order my new fitness book now for a chance to win over $13,000 in splendid swag: https://www.muscleforlifebook.com/ The Third Door: https://www.amazon.com/Third-Door-Uncover-Successful-Launched/dp/0804136661/?tag=mflweb-20 Alex Banayan's website: https://thirddoorbook.com/ Alex's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alexbanayan/

Ameenha Lee
The Weeknd Dawn FM Album Ft. Tyler the Creator & More + Gunna DS4EVER ft. Chloe Bailey + Drake

Ameenha Lee

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 1:43


What's up legendaries, welcome to Minute with Meenha. In this podcast episode, I discuss new album releases this Friday. First, we have The Weeknd for “Dawn FM.” Is this album going to be his new era of music? With features from Jim Carrey, Tyler The Creator, and Quincy Jones, the artist is not playing around. Second, we have Gunna with his album, DS4EVER. Gunna has features from Drake, Chloe Bailey, Young Thug, and more, Gunna is proving to become a global rap phenomenon. Listen to more only on The Lifestyle of Ameenha Lee. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ameenha/support

Behind the Bima
Special Guest - Nissim Black

Behind the Bima

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 85:54


00:00 - Intro16:33 - Interview1:09:11 - OutroNissim Baruch Black (born Damian Jamohl Black; December 9, 1986) is an American rapper, songwriter, and record producer.He retired in 2011 to focus on his conversion to Orthodox Judaism, but soon returned under his new Hebrew name Nissim Black (nissim / ניסים means 'miracles' in Hebrew) and began writing from a more religious standpoint. He appeared on Shtar's song "Rabbit Hole" (2012). He has since released a mixtape called Miracle Music (2013) and the studio albums Nissim (2013), Lemala (2017), and Gibor (2019).Nissim Baruch Black was born Damian Jamohl Black in Seattle on December 9, 1986, the son of rappers Mia Black and James "Captain Crunch" Croone. His grandparents had also been musicians, playing alongside Ray Charles and Quincy Jones. He grew up in Seattle's Seward Park neighborhood. He was raised as a Sunni Muslim, but was non-practicing and converted to Christianity at the age of 14 after attending an Evangelical summer camp.His parents divorced when he was two years old, and his mother took him with her and remarried shortly thereafter. Both his biological parents and stepfather used and sold drugs from home, prompting an FBI raid on the house in 1995 which resulted in his mother's arrest; she later died from an overdose at the age of 37Connect with Rabbi Efrem Goldberg:Website: https://rabbiefremgoldberg.org/Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/efrem.goldbergTwitter: http://twitter.com/rabbigoldberg Rabbi Efrem Goldberg: Rabbi, Boca Raton Synagogue (BRS).Rabbi Philip Moskowitz: Associate Rabbi, BRS.Rabbi Josh Broide: Outreach Rabbi, BRS.

Notorious Mass Effect
"THE WEEKND - DAWN FM"

Notorious Mass Effect

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 12:26


The Weeknd is welcoming in 2022 with a dramatic new look. On Sunday night, he teased an upcoming project by tweeting, “Wake up at dawn tomorrow…” The musician, 31, explained the cryptic message on Monday by sharing a video on his social media platforms and announcing his new album, “Dawn FM,” which will be released on Jan. 7. Shortly after the one-minute clip begins, The Weeknd crashes his car into a stop sign and stumbles out of his vehicle. “A new sonic universe from the mind of The Weeknd,” a message on the screen says. He is then carried through a line of people dressed in all-black outfits who continuously bow as part of a ritual. At the end of the line is a mysterious circular object, but before The Weeknd can reach it, the video cuts to a close-up of an older version of the “Starboy” singer. He's wearing makeup and prosthetics that make him look about 85 years old. The teaser also includes footage of chains, women dancing in a nightclub and an unknown hooded figure dressed in red. “You are now listening to 103.5 Dawn FM,” a radio announcer says in a voiceover. “You've been in the dark for way too long. It's time to walk into the light and accept your fate with open arms.” As the voiceover plays, the older version of The Weeknd slowly transforms into his younger self before delivering a mischievous smile. The Weeknd has been known to fully commit to looks from his music videos to promote his music. For his single “Blinding Lights” from the 2020 album “After Hours,” The Weeknd is smacked around and left with bruises and cuts all over his face. As part of a performance art storyline, he then continued to wear the same bloody makeup from the video when he performed the track on Saturday Night Live and the 2020 American Music Awards. For the following “Save Your Tears” video, he altered his face again to make it look like he received plastic surgery, Botox and fillers. Ahead of his electric medley at the Super Bowl halftime show last year, he covered his face in bandages. “The significance of the entire head bandages is reflecting on the absurd culture of Hollywood celebrity and people manipulating themselves for superficial reasons to please and be validated,” he explained to Variety at the time. He added, “I suppose you could take that being attractive isn't important to me but a compelling narrative is.” With his next era only a few days away, it looks like The Weeknd will deliver another theatrical story arc for “Dawn FM.” Fans can also expect some interesting collaborations on the new record. The clip revealed that Jim Carrey, Quincy Jones, Tyler, the Creator, Lil Wayne and Oneohtrix Point Never will be featured on the album. “I listened to Dawn FM with my good friend Abel @theweeknd last night,” Carrey tweeted on Monday. “It was deep and elegant and it danced me around the room. I'm thrilled to play a part in his symphony.” --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/masseffect/support

Dancefloor Memories with Patrick Hawkins Podcast
Episode 99: Dancefloor Memories, Classic Soul music Special Podcast #5

Dancefloor Memories with Patrick Hawkins Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 58:30


Dancefloor Memories with Patrick Hawkins, 60 Minutes of Classic Soul Podcast. Classic tracks, from, Freda Payne, Wilson Pickett, Curtis Mayfield, Stevie Wonder, Jerry Butler, Barry White, Marvin Gaye, The Mad Lads, Timmy Thomas, Randy Crawford, Quincy Jones, Millie Jackson and Freddie Jackson, and FIVE Northern Soul tracks in a row.. Just settle down with a long drink and chill or boogie around your kitchen to tracks others would never dream of playing! Spread the word, give me a like and follow my Podcasts. Much Love Pat

Snedtänkt med Kalle Lind
Om Tintin, typ

Snedtänkt med Kalle Lind

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 82:48


Kalle Lind möter Tomas Bolme inför intim publik i Skara. Tanken var att samtalet skulle handla om teve- och lp-versionerna av Tintin, där Bolme gjorde Tintin, men det kom att handla om hyfsat mycket annat. Quincy Jones hus! Thåström i publiken! Gösta-Pelles avtalsklausuler!

Making Sound with Jann Klose

The tables turn! Co-producer of the show, Michael Also interviews host Jann Klose. JANN KLOSE is an award-winning pop singer-songwriter, who has released six albums and two EPs. Klose was raised in Kenya, South Africa, Germany and the United States. His single "Love You the Most" is part of the soundtrack for the movie "Married Young" (Amazon) and has been streamed over 3 million times. The song peaked at #49 on the Mediabase Top 40 radio charts in the U.S. His latest single "Pilot Light" passed 1 million views on YouTube in just one month. Jann is an ambassador for Desmond Tutu's TutuDesk campaign and Brick by Brick Uganda. He is the singing voice of Tim Buckley in the movie "Greetings from Tim Buckley" (Universal). His songs have been heard on the Grammy® nominated "Healthy Food For Thought" compilation, charted in the Billboard Top 10 compilation "Action Moves People United" as well as MTV Cribs and movies "Dead Broke" (Warner Bros) featuring Paul Sorvino and “One Little Finger” alongside Quincy Jones, Siedah Garrett and Julian Lennon. He has performed as an actor and singer in touring companies of Broadway musicals, including "Jesus Christ Superstar," "Jekyll and Hyde," and "The Who's Tommy" as well as made for TV movies, voice overs and commercials. Jann tours year round in North America, Europe, Africa and Asia and has opened for and collaborated with a wide range of artists including Pat Benatar, John Oates of Hall and Oates, Suzanne Vega, Renaissance's Annie Haslam, The Yardbirds and Jim McCarty, Rosanne Cash, Paula Cole, Brett Dennen, Karen Zoid, Shekhinah, Carrie Newcomer, Alicia Madison, The Byrds' Roger McGuinn, Gary Lucas, Jeffrey Gaines, Elliott Murphy, Rusted Root, Pete Seeger and Les Paul. jannklose.com

Whole 'Nuther Thing
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Whole 'Nuther Thing

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2021 118:48


Today's program features tuneage from Isaac Hayes, Steve Miller Band, Lou Rawls, Jean Luc Ponty, Ben Sidran, Love, Joni Mitchell, Pat Metheny, Buffalo Springfield, Leonard Cohen, Harry Chapin, Little Junior Parker, Spirit, Quincy Jones, Nilsson plus A Christmas Set featuring Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr. The Beatles, Beach Boys, John Lennon and David Bowie w Bing Crosby.

Remake a los 80, cine y videoclub
INICIATIVA SPIELBERG #16: EL COLOR PÚRPURA (Steven Spielberg, 1985)

Remake a los 80, cine y videoclub

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 236:31


Dentro de la conocida como “Iniciativa Spielberg” o también "La Lista de Spielberg" , varios podcast nos hemos coordinado para dedicar un programa especial a la figura del más exitoso miembro del “club de los barbudos”, con el fin de celebrar su septuagésimo quinto cumpleaños, el día 18 de diciembre. Desde Remake a los 80 nos hemos querido sumar a este movimiento, bajo el hashtag #lalistadespielberg, con “El Color Púrpura” (1985). Para muchos, su primera “película seria”, llegando a ser nominada a 11 premios Óscar, aunque no se llevara ninguno, y que sin embargo no es de las más recordadas de su trayectoria. Y eso que méritos no le faltan. La historia es una adaptación de la novela, en formato epistolar, de Alice Walker, ganadora del Premio Pulitzer en 1983, y nos permite recorrer la vida e historia de Celie y su familia, en una época en la que ser afroamericana y mujer, en Georgia, no era nada fácil. La fuerza y potencia de esta historia impresiona al compositor y productor Quincy Jones, que termina por convencer a Spielberg para enfrascarse en esta aventura. Y vaya si lo hace, con todo su entusiasmo y su sensibilidad. Así, las virtudes y méritos de Spielberg, que le acompañarán en toda su carrera, encuentran en “El Color Púrpura” un magnífico escaparate. Desde una fotografía preciosista y técnicamente impecable, con un uso de la luz y el color magistral, fruto de la mirada del gran Allen Daviau, pasando por un diseño de producción potente y minucioso, con un inspirado J. Michael Riva al timón, y una banda sonora que encaja con la película como un guante, obra del propio Quincy Jones. Todos estos aspectos son analizados por el equipo de Remake, junto a otras cuestiones como las diferencias entre novela y película, el contexto histórico en el que se enmarca la historia de Celie, el racismo, el feminismo, la importancia y simbolismo del púrpura, la trayectoria y personajes encarnados por el elenco encabezado por Whoopi Goldberg y Danny Glover, y secundado por actrices como Oprah Winfrey y Margaret Avery, así como diferentes anécdotas del rodaje y de la producción. Para realizar esta titánica misión, nuestra propia “tribu de los barbudos”, formada por Fran López, quien repite al micro después de acompañarnos ya en varias ocasiones convirtiéndose ya en una voz habitual del programa, el joven Javi García, el elucubrador Óscar Cabrera y el capataz Juan Pablo Videoclubsero, manejando el látigo mejor que el propio Indiana Jones. A los mandos técnicos se encuentra el no menos barbudo Fran Delgado. ______________________________________________ Escúchanos también en www.remakealos80.com Síguenos en Twitter @Remakealos80 y búscanos en Telegram, te dejamos el enlace a nuestro grupo de para que compartas tus opiniones e interactúes con nosotros: https://t.me/joinchat/GXsRJYMd3wQVBG2v Canal de YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJmxVviJeHop716BmwtcKCw/featured Canal de Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/remakealos80

Composers Datebook
Quincy Jones and The Color Purple

Composers Datebook

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 2:00


Synopsis Any movie buff knows that composer John Williams is the usual choice for director Steven Spielberg's movies. But for “The Color Purple,” which was released on today's date in 1985, Spielberg turned to jazz great and master orchestrator Quincy Jones. “The Color Purple” was based on a Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Alice Walker that tells the story of a young African-American girl named Celie Harris, graphically depicting the trauma of a young African-American woman during the early 20th century.  Spielberg cast Whoopi Goldberg –  better-known back then for stand-up comedy – in the intensely dramatic role of Celie.For Spielberg, it was a movie without dazzling special effects or space aliens; for Jones, who had just finished producing Michael Jackson's “Thriller,” working on “The Color Purple” was, as he put it, “An amazing experience … the biggest of my life.”Whoopi Goldberg was nominated for an Academy Award for “Best Actress” – Quincy Jones, for both “Best Original Score” and “Best Original Song.” Neither Goldberg or Jones won an Oscar, but Quincy Jones says he felt honored to participate in a project that despite the many warnings of nay-sayers he had absolute faith in, inspired by the passion of all those involved in its making, Music Played in Today's Program Quincy Jones (b. 1933) – The Color Purple: Main Theme (Itzhak Perlman, violin; Pittsburgh Symphony; John Williams, cond.) Sony 63005

Headliners
Jamie Cullum

Headliners

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 43:44


The jazz pianist and presenter on making a Christmas album and working with producer Quincy Jones.

Life on Podcast
114. Life Lessons I Learned from The Wiz

Life on Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 37:46


Every year at the very top of the holiday season I watch The Wiz, starring Diana Ross, Michael Jackson and others. This year, three life lessons stood out to me in a manner like never before. They were nothing new and, quite frankly, are quite obvious. But for some reason they really stood out this year. So in this episode I'll share those three life lessons that stood out to me and how they impacted my career.

Jadestone Vintage Soul
Jadestone Vintage Soul (Episode 001G)

Jadestone Vintage Soul

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 63:40


Baba & Iya Cratediggers and Lorne tha Jazzy Leo celebrate seven years on the air. PLAYLIST 1. People Get Up & Drive That Funky Soul by James Brown [INTRO] 2. Money Is (f. Little Richard) by Quincy Jones 3. Dreaming a Dream by Crown Heights Affair 4. Make Me Believe In You by Patti Jo 5. You're Welcome (f. Bobby Byrd) by Vicki Anderson 6. Super Duper Love by Sugar Billy 7. The Hustle by Van McCoy & The Soul City 8. Kiss by Prince 9. Cool by The Time 10. Reach Out by People Under the Stairs 11. My Vote Will Count (f. Sevyn Streeter) by YelloPain 12. Theme from the Motion Picture "Cleopatra Jones" by Joe Simon & The Mainstreeters [OUTRO] --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jadestonevintagesoul/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jadestonevintagesoul/support

Low End Marauders
#38: Keep It 2 Virgils (All's Fair in Love and Verzuz Battles)

Low End Marauders

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2021 122:10


Apologies for the delay! but we are here with another episode of the show and the marauders Nick and Jared are giving you a good show as with them starting the show off by paying their respects to hip hop fashion innovator Virgil Abloh who had died from cancer at the age of 41. The marauders discuss the celebs he worked with and the album covers he designed from Kanye West, Pusha T, 2 Chainz, Pop Smoke and many more and talk about our favorite album that was designed by him. Next up, GRAMMY season is approaching and we talk about 2022's best in rap categories and salute Jay Z for now becoming the most nominated person in GRAMMYs history with 83 nominations and surpassing the legendary Quincy Jones (80). We cast our votes on who we think should win at the 2022 GRAMMYs (January 31st, CBS). Later, the Three 6 Mafia & Bone Thugs-N-Harmony Verzuz battle (December 2) had people talking for all the wrong reasons when a fight broke out live on stage after the fourth round between the two groups. Luckily, it didn't last as both groups apologized for their actions and showed love to each other near the end of the telecast. We give our thoughts on the entire situation and ask if Verzuz battles should set rules and regulations in case something like that happens again. All that plus, albums recommendations, controversial albums to rank and a lot more!! Follow the show on Instagram & Twitter: @lowendmarauders Follow the marauders on Instagram: @real_89/@dj_young_franky, @therealjknox, @nycholasfury Shop the Low End Marauders Store: https://my-store-10281732.creator-spring.com SOURCES: Virgil Abloh: https://hiphopdx.com/news/id.66123/title.fashion-icon-virgil-abloh-dead-at-41 Jay Z accomplishment: https://hiphopdx.com/news/id.66023/title.jay-z-passes-quincy-jones-for-most-grammy-nominations-of-all-time GRAMMY nominations: https://www.grammy.com/grammys/news/2022-grammys-complete-winners-nominees-nominations-list Verzuz battle: https://hiphopdx.com/news/id.66249/title.fight-breaks-out-onstage-at-bone-thugs-n-harmony-three-6-mafia-verzuz-2 Fight breaking out clip: https://twitter.com/P_DRO520/status/1466617368080048128 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/low-end-marauders/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/low-end-marauders/support

QuietStorm Podcasts
QuietStorm ~ Intimate Nights Vol. 64 (Sept 2021)

QuietStorm Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 110:50


QuietStorm's Intimate Nights ~ a smooth mix of slow & romantic jazz suitable for candlelight dinner or anything you could imagine under the moon & stars. **In this 64th release**, some of the featured artists included here are **Blossom Dearie, Mark Winkler & David Benoit, Gregg Karukas, Sergio Mendes, Kevyn Lettau, Lani Hall & Herb Alpert, Nelson Rangell, Quincy Jones ft. Take 6, Kenny G**, and many more.

Dunlop Presents Bass Freq's
Marcus Miller - Season 1 Finale

Dunlop Presents Bass Freq's

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 62:42


The Bass Freq's Podcast, hosted by experienced recording and touring bass player Josh Paul (Suicidal Tendencies, Infectious Grooves, Daughtry), features in-depth discussions with some of the top bassists working today. With his groundbreaking style and carefully cultivated sound, Marcus Miller has created a unique and massively influential musical voice. His distinguished work with everyone from Miles Davis and Luther Vandross to Whitney Houston and Mariah Carey as well as a universally acclaimed solo career have further cemented his status as the modern era's preeminent bass player. Simply put, the man is a living legend. Here, Marcus joins Josh Paul for an intimate conversation that goes beyond the usual tone talk with in-depth stories about Marcus' hardworking start in the studios and clubs of New York, his musical and life philosophies, and his journey from session back-up musician to producer, composer, and signature artist. Listen to the Bass Freq's Podcast now, wherever you listen to podcasts, and subscribe so that you can hear from more intriguing and inspiring guests every week.

Aquí Macondo
El Poder de lo Pequeño

Aquí Macondo

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2021 58:35


Empezamos haciendo un guiño a Radio Valdivielso, una emisora local que cumple 20 años para después sumergirnos en los ritmos afrocubanos y jazzeros del gran Alfredo Rodriguez, uno de los mejores pianistas de jazz del mundo, segun Quincy Jones. ...

Inside the Studio
Tower of Power's Emilio Castillo

Inside the Studio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 62:49


The co-founder of the legendary Bay Area funk outfit opens up his 50-year career, including the tales behind chart toppers like “You're Still a Young Man” and “What Is Hip.” He also gets real about encounters with The Rolling Stones, Aretha Franklin, Quincy Jones and more. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

New Old Heads Podcast
NOH 264 | "Smokin out the window."

New Old Heads Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 60:23


The New Old Heads episode 264 had discussions on the new Grammy nominations and Jay-Z surpassing Quincy Jones, Tidal expanding services, Adele changing Spotify, and Young Dolph being murdered in his own city. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/NewOldHeads)

Status/الوضع
On The Square EP5 - Muslim Artifacts at the National Museum of African American History and Culture

Status/الوضع

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 41:06


In this episode of On The Square, Sapelo Square History Editor Zaheer Ali speaks with Tulani Salahu-Din, museum specialist at the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC), about Muslim artifacts at the museum. Salahu-Din provides the backstory for some of the objects at the museum, including those featured as part of Sapelo Square's Black History Month 2021 special: an egg carton from the Nation of Islam's Muslim Farms, a tape recorder used by Malcolm X at Mosque No. 7, and a pendant the Honorable Elijah Muhammad gave to his wife Sister Clara Muhammad as described by their grand-daughter Amirah Muhammad in an oral history. They also talk about the importance of preserving Muslim material culture, and steps everyone can take in collecting and recording their family histories. To the question, “If Black Islam had a theme song, what would it be?,” Salahu-Din chose Quincy Jones's “What Good Is a Song?” To learn more about some of the Muslim artifacts featured at the National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC), visit Sapelo Square's Black History Month 2021 feature, or search the online collections at NMAAHC. To find out more information about the museum's artifacts and public programming around themes of religion and spirituality, visit the Center for Study of African American Religious Life. Theme music by Fanatik OnBeats. Artwork was created by Scheme of Things Graphics. --- Courtesy of Maydan Podcast.

Les Nuits de France Culture
La Nuit des chanteurs 6/7 : Henri Salvador : "J'ai deux idoles dans la chanson, Nat King Cole et Frank Sinatra"

Les Nuits de France Culture

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 59:56


durée : 00:59:56 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Philippe Garbit - Dans "Chanson Boum", en 2006, Henri Salvador se souvenait de sa carrière et de ses rencontres avec Boris Vian, Bernard Dimey, Ray Ventura, Quincy Jones. Il expliquait son art du chant, de la mélodie, son amour de la musique brésilienne, de la chanson française et de la musique classique. - invités : Henri Salvador Chanteur, compositeur et guitariste (1917-2008)

19 Nocturne Boulevard
19 Nocturne Boulevard - DRAWER 23 - Reissue

19 Nocturne Boulevard

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 34:09


Tim might expect to see corpses, working graveyard in the morgue, but never expected one that could talk...   Cast List Timothy Grant - Jasper Loovis Bedelia Crane - Emmatrice Devan Gordy - George Dunn Darcy - Megan Lane Halston - Gene Thorkildsen Sophia - Julie Hoverson Mr. Summerfield - Bryan Hendrickson Male Body - Reynaud LeBoeuf Security Guard - Sky Iolta Music:  Kevin MacLeod (Incompetech.com) Recorded with the assistance of Ryan Hirst of Neohoodoo Studio Editing and Sound:   Julie Hoverson Cover Design:  Brett Coulstock "What kind of a place is it? Why it's a morgue - can't you tell?"   ********************************************************* DRAWER 23 Cast: Olivia, host Timothy Grant (M20s), temp. night shift at morgue Sophia (F30s), who Tim is replacing Gordy (M20s), the go-to guy Darcy (F20s), med student Halston (M40s), swing shift attendant Bedelia Crane (F40-ish), ghost, southern belle from the 1920s MALE BODY - Bedelia, but with a man's voice Summerfield (M50s), tough boss Security guard (any) OLIVIA     Did you have any trouble finding it?  What do you mean, what kind of a place is it?  Why, it's a morgue, can't you tell? MUSIC   SCENE 1.    MORGUE, NIGHT SOUND    WHOOSH OF HYDRAULIC DOORS OPENING SOPHIA    And THIS-- TIM    --Got it.  I watch CSI. SOPHIA    On this shift, you won't usually have to deal with the - well, everyday ins and outs, but there are times when somebody has to get in here right away, so you need to know the check-in procedures. TIM    Oh, sure.  SOPHIA    Is this your first time dealing with cadavers? TIM    Mm, yeah, but I-- SOPHIA    Try not to faint when you smell them.  The cold helps, but I have some mentholatum if you need it-- TIM    Oh, yeah, I saw Silence of the Lambs. SOPHIA    [sigh, then muttered]  And you plan to be a doctor...? TIM    Hmm? SOPHIA    If you, or anyone else, does faint, and sustains any appreciable injury, you must fill out a form 5-C-H dash 2-1-7 dash 62. TIM    There's a form for it? SOPHIA    There's insurance for it.  Did you ever see Quincy? TIM    Quincy Jones? SOPHIA    [Sigh] A television show.  In the opening credits - never mind.  SOUND    DOOR OPENS SOPHIA    There are 30 drawers.  You always fill the top row first, followed by the next down, and the floor level ones last of all. TIM    30?  I never thought that Cumberland Pass would-- SOPHIA    We really don't.  I've only seen all the drawers filled once - after that really bad fire.  Well, all the drawers but one. TIM    [waits, then] One? SOPHIA    [sighs, somewhat embarrassed]  This one.  Twenty-three.  It's... tsk... It's supposed to be haunted. TIM    I guess it's the right place for a-- SOPHIA    I don't really believe it, but everybody else does.  No one will put a body in that drawer.  And me, I figure - why take a chance? TIM    I-- I'm not getting it.  So there's a ghost and you don't want to put a body in the drawer why...?  Because it'll get scared? SOPHIA    For 12 years, I have not seen anything to be scared of.  I haven't heard anything but stories.  TIM    [eager] Tell me! SOPHIA    Timothy, most people find working third shift hard enough without having ghost stories to freak out over.  Just do the three months and when I get back, I promise you I will tell you everything I know. TIM    What if you decide not to come back? SOPHIA    Oh, please!  Once this munchkin arrives, I'll be desperate to get back to my wonderful peaceful nights here.  Dale swears up and down she's ready to lose sleep for the both of us. TIM    Kids take a lot of time. SOPHIA    [teasing] Don't get your hopes up - they take a lot of cash too, and I'm not about to give up my health benefits. MUSIC   SCENE 2.    CAFETERIA GORDY    [coming on]  Hey pal!  I heard you got graveyard shift in the land of the dead! TIM    Yeah, Sophia's been showing me the ropes.  Seems easy.  Clean this, lock that, don't take pictures of dead celebrities, make sure no one gets in without proper authorization. GORDY    Did she tell you about the ghosts? TIM    More than one?  I mean, she mentioned [snickers] a haunted drawer in the cool room, but-- GORDY    Hmm.  Never heard THAT one, but there are supposed to be a bunch of-- DARCY    [coming on]  This seat taken?  [sits without waiting]  Hey, Tim!  [less enthused] Gordy. GORDY    The lovely Lady Darcy.  TIM    Hey Darce.  GORDY    Deigning to sit among the common folk?  What will the world come to? TIM    Gordy was just telling me-- GORDY    Warning you.  About the ghosts.  In the morgue. DARCY    That's ridiculous.  GORDY    Huh?  And I suppose you know everything about-- DARCY    I don't know anything about the morgue, but I do have a smattering of supernatural lore‑‑ GORDY    I suppose someone's got to watch Ghosthunters. DARCY    AND it is absolutely accepted common belief that a ghost haunts the place it DIED, not the place its body went later.  TIM    Maybe someone ... died in the morgue. [shudder] GORDY    "Accepted common belief"?  That's about as nebulous as "according to statistics." DARCY    The O.R., now.  Or the Burn Ward.  That's where you'd find ghosts. MUSIC   SCENE 3.    MORGUE, NIGHT SOUND    HYDRAULIC DOOR OPENS TIM    Hello?  Hello?  Hello? HALSTON    [off]  Just a moment! SOUND    HYDRAULIC DOOR CLOSES SOUND    PAPERS RUSTLE TIM    [muttering to self]  Checklist, check.  Clipboard - no scheduled arrivals, check. HALSTON    [coming on]  Yeah?  TIM    I'm Timothy Grant-- HALSTON    Oh, yeah.  Soph's gone off to spawn? TIM    She went into labor this morning, so I get to start early-- HALSTON    Don't worry.  Piece of cake job.  Could be done by a monkey, only monkeys won't work for this pay. TIM    [chuckles]  Seems fine to me. HALSTON    Yeah, well, you don't have the monkeys' union.  You need anything before I take off?  Any last questions? TIM    I don't think so - Sophia left me a pretty comprehensive set of notes. HALSTON    Not surprising - she's so damn organized, that kid won't stand a chance.  Well, don't you go slacking off and make her clean up your messes when she gets back.  It'll be bad enough when all the construction starts, [shrugs] but she's always happiest telling people what to do. SOUND    FOOTSTEPS START TO LEAVE, DOOR OPENS TIM    Oh, I did-- HALSTON    [pause] What? TIM    Oh, [embarrassed] someone was telling me about a... well, a ghost.  In one of the body drawers. HALSTON    And? TIM    What do you think?  I'm dying of curiosity.  HALSTON    You ain't the ghoulish type, are you Tim? TIM    I - I don't think so. HALSTON    [thinks, then sighs]  The guy who used to do nights, before Sophia took over, swore that there was ghost in drawer 23.  He said the guy before him told him about it, but that no one really knew any details, like who or what it was, just that-- TIM    Yes? HALSTON    Shit.  This is just one of those "you can't win" things.  No matter what I say now, chances are you're gonna do something stupid. TIM    Maybe not.  I mean, I'll try-- HALSTON    Just don't blame me.  So Fred - the guy who told me this - Fred said that one night he DID put a body into 23.  And nothing happened. TIM    [deflated]  Oh. HALSTON    Until midnight.  Then the corpse woke up and screamed.  It screamed and scratched at the drawer for just about an hour-- TIM    The witching hour-- HALSTON    Whatever - around one, it just shut off like a light.  TIM    Maybe the poor stiff was still alive!  Why didn't he open the drawer and check? HALSTON    [beat, ominous]  Because the body was already autopsied. MUSIC   SCENE 4.    DAY, SCHOOL SOUND    QUICK FOOTSTEPS IN A TILED HALLWAY TIM    [off mike, slightly out of breath]  Hey!  Darcy? DARCY    Huh?  Tim?  What...? SOUND    FOOTSTEPS APPROACH AND STOP TIM    Hey.  I- um, I wanted to ask-- DARCY    [excited]  Yes? TIM    --about ghosts. DARCY    [deflated]  Oh.  Why? TIM    It's the stories - you know about the ghosts in the morgue.  And you seemed to know a lot.  I mean, about ghosts.  So-- I figured what the heck? DARCY    This is really not the place-- TIM    Step outside?  Just for a moment.  I just got off shift and need some fresh air, anyway.   SCENE 5.    OUTDOORS, CONTINUOUS SOUND    DOOR OPENS.  MORNING NOISES - BIRDS, CARS DARCY    [takes a deep breath]  So.  Ghosts. TIM    Anything you can tell me. DARCY    That's like asking a gearhead about cars.  It covers way too much territory.  You need to be more specific. TIM    How do you ...talk to them? DARCY    Depends.  Some ghosts can't talk.  A lot of them don't even realize they're dead - they say it's the trauma.  They wipe their death right out of their memories, and then get mad because people are ignoring them. TIM    Do you ...need a medium or something? DARCY    Do you need a doctor to know when you have a cold? TIM    What? DARCY    I'm saying that without some detail about your symptoms, you won't know whether to consult an expert. TIM    Oh, Ok. DARCY    I approach ghosts from a theoretical and psychological angle.  TIM    Very scientific. DARCY    So?  Bring me some parameters. MUSIC   SCENE 6.    MORGUE, NIGHT SOUND    BIG DRAWER ROLLS OUT TIM    I wonder if it has to be pushed in? GORDY    [filter, crackly] Dude, you're breaking up - the morgue sucks for reception. TIM    [snicker] A dead zone. GORDY    [filter, crackly] Ha-ha. TIM    So I got this guy...  [muttered, to corpse] Sorry, man.  [to Gordy]  I wonder if it needs to be rolled in? GORDY    [filter, crackly] Did you remember to tie it up? TIM    [resigned] Yes. GORDY    [filter, crackly, fading]  You'll thank me if this is a flesh eating zombie situation. TIM    In, I think. SOUND    DRAWER ROLLS IN TIM    10, 9, 8-- GORDY    [filter, crackly, fading badly] 7--[static] 5-- TIM    4, 3, 2... SOUND    PHONE BEEPS OFF TIM    Crap!  SOUND    MUFFLED SCREAMING ["MALE BODY"] AND BANGING - CONTINUES UNTIL NOTED MALE BODY    [light accent - very southern belle] LET ME OUT! TIM    [almost paralyzed]  Oh, shit!  Oh, shit oh shit oh shit!!! MALE BODY    PLEASE!!!  LET ME OUT!!! SOUND    DIALING PHONE TIM    Gordy, man! SOUND    PHONE BAD CONNECTION SOUND TIM    Shit! MALE BODY    [Screaming incoherently] TIM    [yelling] If I open the drawer, will you shut up? MALE BODY    [suddenly silent, then] Is there someone out there? TIM    Yes.  Just, be calm, OK? MALE BODY    I'll try. SOUND    DRAWER ROLLED OUT TIM    [reacts in fear] MALE BODY    Thank you ever so much!  I was afraid--  I-- Why on earth am I bound?  [clears throat, tries to speak higher pitch] And what in heaven's name has happened to my voice? MALE BODY    I think somehow there is a great deal you are choosing not to tell me. TIM    You're right, but--- this isn't going to be easy.  First, who are you?  Do you remember? MALE BODY    Remember?  Of course.  Bedelia Crane.  Miss Bedelia to my students.  And yourself? TIM    Um, Tim.  Timothy Grant.  MALE BODY    Grant.  Well, there's a name for you. TIM    And -- what year do you think it is? MALE BODY    1932.  Now it's your turn.  Why don't you begin by telling me what it is you are keeping back. MUSIC   SCENE 7.    EMPTY CAFETERIA SOUND    STRAW POPS MILK CARTON GORDY    One advantage of working nights - we have our choice of tables.  TIM    Yup. GORDY    So, do I have to beat it out of you? TIM    What? GORDY    What happened? TIM    Oh.  [lightly] Body came to life, killed me, went off on a rampage. GORDY    Right, and even now, it is heading for the nation's capital, in search of brains. TIM     Wrong direction. GORDY    Well, that's because I was employing sarcasm.  It's a tool of the trade for oncologists. TIM    [beat, shrug] Nothing. GORDY    Nothing? TIM    Nope. GORDY    Well. Guess I better cancel that Ghostbuster stripper I hired.  MUSIC   SCENE 8.    OUTSIDE, DAY SOUND    FOOTSTEPS ON CONCRETE, SECOND SET HURRY UP TIM    Darcy!  Got a minute? DARCY    Hi! [damping her enthusiasm] Tim. TIM    I have some more info on the ghost. DARCY    You're serious? TIM     Oh, yeah.  I talked to her last night.  Asked a bunch of questions - it was weird cause I didn't know she was a SHE, and I'd stuck in a man's body, but-- DARCY    Tim? TIM    Yes? DARCY    You're telling me you spoke to a ghost? TIM    Yes. DARCY    A real live ghost? TIM    Apart from the poor choice of words, yes. DARCY    Are you sure you didn't just fall asleep? TIM    [not too sure] Pretty sure. DARCY    [sigh] I mean, I want to believe you, but - actually speaking to a ghost?  Most people "feel a presence," or notice items have been moved a teensy bit from their previous position, or run into a cold spot.  TIM    Nope.  We just chatted - once I explained how things were, she seemed mostly OK with it.  I guess no one ever just talked with her before. DARCY    [thinks for a moment, then]  You need to video this or something. TIM    Don't you even want to know who she is?  I was kind of hoping you could help me look up her records... [running out of steam] Being in records, and all. DARCY    Oh sure.  Once I see your recording. MUSIC   SCENE 9.    MORGUE, NIGHT SOUND     DRAWER ROLLS OUT TIM    Is this one better? BEDELIA    [delighted]  Oh, much.  I almost feel like myself again.  Though of course, I am not. TIM    You're taking it very well. BEDELIA    I have always prided myself on being a practical woman.  There is no use in shedding tears over what cannot be changed.  [losing confidence] I do, however, worry some little about what's to become of me. TIM    I have some questions for you.  Are you up to answering? BEDELIA    Certainly.  And, Timothy?  Thank you so very much.  For everything.  Particularly for providing me with ... garments.  I know it's ludicrous to be modest with another's-- TIM    No, no.  Perfectly reasonable.  I'm curious‑‑ BEDELIA     Could you help me out first?  I would prefer to hold any such interview in a less horizontal position. SOUND    DRAWER OUT A BIT MORE TIM & BEDELIA    [grunts as he helps her up] SOUND    SEVERAL BARE FOOTSTEPS BEDELIA    [sighs as she sits] Timothy, was this poor girl deformed? TIM    Huh? BEDELIA    I can barely keep my balance and walk with such a monstrous bosom.  Poor, poor child.  TIM    It's--  Um - guys like girls who-- BEDELIA    How times change.  Now in my day - well, my heyday, shall we say - the style was a more delicate, and slender figure.  Athletic.  A girl like this would have cried her eyes out every night and bound herself to kingdom come, trying to achieve a decent flapper slouch. TIM    [shudder] Uhh. BEDELIA    Of, course, I was hardly a flapper - I was a bit old to run with that crowd, [nostalgic] but I spent my share of time in the speaks.  Weekends only, o'course.  It would never do to show up hung at the schoolhouse of a morning. TIM    Can I ask - I mean without offending you - when you were born? BEDELIA    Oh, Timothy.  You are a delight.  I'm dead, child, how can you offend me?  MUSIC   SCENE 10.    MEETING DARCY SOUND    [On RECORDING] OUTSIDE NOISES BEDELIA    [on recording]  I was born in the year 1891, in Rock Creek, Georgia.  I came here in-- SOUND    CLICK - TAPE MACHINE OFF DARCY    [sucks in breath, exasperated noise]  But--  but that could be anyone. TIM    Yeah, I figured you might think that, so here-- SOUND    CLICKING OF COMPUTER KEYS DARCY    [gasp] TIM    Sorry, it's the only way to prove - see the time code - this was 11:50, and then this-- SOUND    CLICKING TIM    Was 1:08.  There.  Before and after shots of the same woman - dead.  Autopsy scars and all. DARCY    Still... TIM    You could come and see for yourself.  You can even choose the body-- DARCY    I -- no.  I mean, I'm in records for a reason.  I don't like ...the smelly parts of medicine. TIM     All right, so-- GORDY    [coming on]  Hey, hey!  Darcy, are you warm in here, or is it just me? DARCY    Is it funny in here, or is it just the way you smell? TIM     Um-- DARCY    I've got to go, Tim.  If I think of anything, I'll let you know. TIM     Um, Ok.  SOUND    CHAIR, FOOTSTEPS LEAVE GORDY    Since the ghost in the drawer was a bust-- TIM    [snort - almost a laugh] GORDY    --I did a little digging in old newspapers and I found you another one. TIM    Really?  In the morgue too? GORDY    Yup.  There was this freshman at the medical school, who for a hazing had to spend the night in the morgue - to make sure he didn't cheat, the frat boys handcuffed him to one of the drawers TIM    Number 23? GORDY    Dude, no one was sober enough to count.  Anyway, so this poor newbie was handcuffed, in his underwear, in the morgue all night, and when they came to let him out-- TIM    [waits, then]  --Yes? GORDY    He was gone. TIM    Oh. GORDY    Wait, wait - He was gone, but his hand was still in the handcuff - he had chewed it off to escape! TIM    That's insane -you can't chew through bone. GORDY    Animals do it. TIM    Animals have teeth made for it.  Humans simply don't have the jaw strength-- GORDY    Dude, it's just a story.  I guess you don't want to hear the best part. TIM    [long sigh, then]  OK, what is it? GORDY    [offhand, not caring] His body was never found. TIM    Mm.  Of course. MUSIC   SCENE 11.    MORGUE, NIGHT SOUND    DRAWER PULLS OUT TIM    Morning. BEDELIA    [chuckle]  Help me out of here, if you please. TIM    Up you come. [grunt] BEDELIA    [sigh] Oh, this is very nice. TIM    You like? BEDELIA    Yes.  A good deal closer my own age, and not bad looking.  TIM    I was telling a friend about you-- BEDELIA    [curious] But why?  I mean, you start telling people that you're speaking with the dead, they're liable to look at you strangely. TIM    Oh, no - Darcy's cool. I asked if she wanted to drop in, but she's - a bit creeped out. BEDELIA    You have the most colorful colloquialisms. TIM    It's not the ghosts that wig her, it's more the corpses. BEDELIA    "wig"? TIM    Bother her. BEDELIA    Ahh.  I don't wonder - not everyone can take a spirit at face value. TIM    Come, sit.  I'm eating lunch - I don't suppose you would like some...? BEDELIA    I highly doubt it.  But it certainly smells delicious.  TIM    [gracious] Smell away. BEDELIA    Tell me about this lady friend of yours.  Is it serious? TIM    [almost choking]  You mean like dating?  Me and Darcy? BEDELIA    Of course we called it courting in my day, but yes - is she your intended? TIM    I-- we-- I guess I never really thought about it.  I mean, she's smart and pretty and all, but she--  [snort] She'd never be interested in me. BEDELIA    Why not?  After all, you're obviously smart, kindhearted, and a fine-looking young man. TIM    [huh?] Me? BEDELIA    Of course.  Is there anyone else in this room?  Why, if I weren't a couple decades too old for you-- TIM    --and dead-- BEDELIA    --and, yes-- [sigh] You see there?  Perhaps that's why you haven't any lady friend.  You don't seem to think before you open your mouth.  TIM    But - I just - it's the truth. BEDELIA    You are much too literal, Timothy.  Sometimes - most of the time - tact isn't in what you say, so much as when you choose to say nothing at all.  You would be amazed at how far a little tact and charm can take you. SOUND    DOOR OPENS, ANGRY FOOTSTEPS ENTER SUMMERFIELD    What in hell's going on? TIM    I--I-- BEDELIA    [sharp]  Sir?  And who the devil are you? TIM    [whispered] It's my boss. SUMMERFIELD    Yeah, I'm his boss, he's my soon to fired employee, and who the devil are you? BEDELIA    [sweetness] I am Timothy's aunt, Bedelia Crane.  I am so pleased to meet one of Timothy's co-workers.  I didn't think I'd have such a chance-- SUMMERFIELD    This is a restricted area, lady. BEDELIA    [as if he was being polite] Oh, you can call me Bedelia.  And you are--? SUMMERFIELD    [rapidly losing steam] Alvin Summerfield, but-- BEDELIA    I'm afraid this is all my fault, Mr. Summerfield.  Or may I call you Alvin? SUMMERFIELD    [softening noticeably] Alvin--Alvin's fine.  Or Al. BEDELIA    [troweling it on] Alvin is much more dignified.  As I was saying, this is entirely my fault.  I'm afraid I dropped in without the least warning - I'm only in town for a couple of hours, before my bus leaves again - and I came by with lunch to surprise him.  I'm afraid Timothy just didn't have the heart to send his poor old aunt back out into the night, when we never get to see each other, ever, ever. TIM    Yeah. SUMMERFIELD    Well, I really can't let you stay, ma'am, but I... I understand.  I won't write Tim up.  This time.  May I walk you to your car? BEDELIA    I'm parked quite some ways away, and couldn't possibly take you away from your business here for that long - but I would certainly appreciate an escort out of the building-- SOUND    TAKES HIS ARM, THEY WALK OFF BEDELIA    [fading out]  --I got myself terribly lost, trying to find my way in.  But then, it is a fascinating place! SOUND    DOOR STARTS TO SWING SHUT, RUNNING FOOTSTEPS, DOOR SWINGS OPEN AGAIN TIM    Don't forget the time, aunt Bedelia!  BEDELIA    Oh? TIM    You've only got [checks] uh, 43 minutes.  Until you gotta be where you have to be. BEDELIA    I understand!  [fading again] Such a good boy - wants to make sure I don't get left behind somewhere-- SOUND    DOOR SHUTS MUSIC   SCENE 12.    MORGUE, NIGHT, LATER SOUND    PACING TIM    12:49.  Where the heck is she?  I need to get that body back-- SOUND    CELL PHONE RINGS TIM    [startled] Aah!  SOUND    FUMBLES WITH PHONE, THEN TURNS IT ON TIM    H-hello? GORDY    [on phone]  [spooooky voice] Whooo-ooooo.  This is your wake-up ghost.  TIM    Gordy? GORDY    [on phone]  No, it's Mabel fable, put the money back on the table. TIM    Gordy! GORDY    [on phone]  Ok, ok!  Jeez, don't get your shroud in a bunch.  TIM    Is there a point--? GORDY    [on phone]  Yeah.  I was googling the morgue and stuff, and realized that one reason I didn't find much was that the hospital changed its name in the 1970s.  Once I found that, I uncovered a bunch of stuff. TIM    In the middle of the night? GORDY    [on phone]  "Best time"  "In an empty house"? - "best place." TIM    Huh? GORDY    [on phone]  [sigh] You're such a nerd.  All right.  Most of the stuff is crap.  Not very interesting. [beat] Except.... TIM    [disinterested] The freshman's handless body? GORDY    [on phone]  No. [serious]  There really was a guy - and you can believe this, cause there's a wiki entry on it - who was working in the morgue and went nuts in the middle of July 17th. TIM    [beat]  That's it? GORDY    [on phone]  He claimed that a huge black shadow had risen from the floor or something, and touched him, and he like had visions or something and went nuts. TIM    When did this happen? GORDY    [on phone] uh [checking] 1945. TIM    He was probably listening to War of the Worlds or something. GORDY    [on phone]  Well, there's more, [tailing off] but if you're not interested-- TIM    All right.  Go on. GORDY    [on phone]  It happened three other times - People claimed to have seen something horrible on July 17th, or else [pause, for suspense] they killed themselves.  Two suicides - a janitor and a nurse who wasn't even supposed to be in the area, both in the mid 50s. TIM    You're really serious? GORDY    [on phone]  As a snack attack. TIM    But Sophia's worked here for twelve years, and she's never had a problem. GORDY    [on phone]  Hmm.  Ask her. TIM    Yeah - besides, she'll be back by then anyway.  GORDY    [on phone]  Good.  You can start leading a normal life again.  Oh, wait, you never had a normal life.  Oh well.  Chow!  TIM    Bye. SOUND    TURNS OFF PHONE SOUND    MOMENT OF SILENCE, THEN A TAP AT THE WINDOW TIM    [startled] Ahh!  Oh shit - Bedelia! MUSIC   SCENE 13.    OUTDOORS, EARLY MORNING TIM    [fading in] --and then it was 1 a-m and I had to drag the body back in really quick and clean it up! DARCY    [chuckling] You are such a freak! TIM    You think I'm a freak - It's Mr. Summerfield who was making all googly eyes at her.  Ugh.  Jeez, I hope he doesn't spot that body on the slab. DARCY    [shudder]  The way you talk about her, it's easy to forget she's really... well... dead. TIM    Yeah, and she's been giving me all sorts of great advice-- [stops] DARCY    Mm? TIM     Nothing.  [changing gears with difficulty] Um, Gordy told me there's concrete evidence of another ghostly presence, and I was hoping you might be interested. DARCY    Who is it this time? TIM    He said the only description was a "dark presence" and that came from a guy who went mad.  I can forward you the e-mail. DARCY    [interested] Yeah.  Do. MUSIC   SCENE 14.    MORGUE, NIGHT BEDELIA    It was so lovely.  Being outside, in the night. TIM    You shouldn't have been out alone!  You could have been-- BEDELIA    Killed?  [chuckles]  Oh, I haven't any real worries on that score.  TIM    Guess not. BEDELIA    But I do appreciate your concern, Timothy.  That's very considerate of you. TIM    Well, I-- BEDELIA    Now yesterday, before we were so rudely interrupted, you were telling me about your young lady friend. TIM    Uh, yeah.  Look - there's something more important-- BEDELIA    More important than romance?  Goodness.  That is just like a man.  TIM    It's another ghost. BEDELIA    Oh? TIM    Here in the morgue.  Someone - something - who only appears once a year - July 17 - and drives people crazy. BEDELIA    I had an uncle like that, but he only-- TIM    Please!  Have you ever seen this - thing? BEDELIA    [takes a moment to contemplate him]  tsk.  Timothy, you know very well that I have spent very little time of the last 75 years or so taking any notice of the world around me.  When there's no body in the drawer at midnight, I just carry on asleep.  TIM    I figured it couldn't hurt to ask.  BEDELIA    Of course not.  It never hurts to ask.  You should ask your young lady to dinner sometime. TIM    Why?  We eat together - breakfast - all the time.  [flushes, realizing how this must sound, blurts] I mean when I get off shift, and she's coming in. BEDELIA    Silly boy.  That's just food.  "Dinner" is an event. MUSIC   SCENE 15.    OUTSIDE, MORNING DARCY    I think I found out something for you... about your friend Bedelia.  TIM    Go on? SOUND    FLIPS PAGES DARCY    Hold on.  All right. I found her hospital records, and they're pretty useless - it's amazing how unspecific stuff was back in the day!  But they do say she was admitted on a Saturday morning, very early, unconscious, slipped into a coma and stopped breathing. TIM    But did it say why? DARCY    [she knows something] Noooo.  [beat]   But-- TIM    But? DARCY    I checked the papers around the same time, and there were a number of near deaths from a bad batch of bathtub gin-- TIM    In 1932 - but prohibition ended-- [cuts self off] DARCY    [waits a second, then] And, they all looked dead, presumably a deep coma, but then revived. TIM    You mean she--? DARCY    She probably revived in the drawer and then really died. TIM    Oh.  [swallows]  Well, thanks!  Sounds like you did a lot of work on that. DARCY    Oh, I like going through old newspapers.  The ads are hilarious!  [beat] I also discovered one of the ineffable truths of life. TIM    Huh? DARCY    Gordy is an idiot. TIM    Oh, well - we knew that. DARCY    Your dark shape?  It exists. TIM    Really? DARCY    In Ontario.  Gordy mistook Moss Creek General, which was the old name here, for Moose Creek General, which is in some teensy town in Canada.  Tsch. The wonders of the internet. TIM    Darcy... DARCY    Hmm? TIM    [very awkward] Would you like to go to dinner sometime? MUSIC, MUCH TIME PASSES   SCENE 16.    ENTERING MORGUE, NIGHT TIM    Thanks for staying up - Sophia warned me it would be awkward to readjust to days - and even more awkward to just work weekends like this. DARCY    What else am I going to do with my weekend nights?  [teasing] My boyfriend has to work. SOUND    KISS, they break apart, both laughing a little SOUND    A COUPLE MORE STEPS, THEN DOOR PUSHES OPEN. TIM    [shock and horror] What the hell? HALSTON    Hiya Tim.  I shoulda warned you - they finished over on the quad building ahead of schedule, so they started tearing stuff out over here.  Think of it - six months, and we'll have the newest facilities in the state! TIM    But-- DARCY    Oh, no!  [sympathetic] Tim! HALSTON    What?  Didya leave something in the morgue?  TIM    Yeah.  In one of the drawers.  Where- where ... are ... they? HALSTON    Out back with the rest of the rubble, I suppose.  Why? TIM    [strained] Nothing.  Have a good night! [aside, to Darcy]  Help me? DARCY    Um, sure.  What do you-- TIM    Come back at 11:30 and-- HALSTON    [slightly off] At least it means work will be a piece of cake - everyone's being re-rerouted to Central until we get an interim suite set back up. TIM    [whispered] 11:30.  We'll take a look.  I just need to - at least say goodbye. DARCY    [a little unsure] Sure.  Um.  What's the worst that can happen? MUSIC   SCENE 17.    OUTSIDE, OUT BACK AMBIANCE    DISTANT TRAFFIC, NIGHTTIME SOUND    CLANKING NOISES DARCY    [whispered call] Found em! SOUND    HURRIED FOOTSTEPS TIM    Where? DARCY    But they're all out of order.  Ooh.  Some really didn't take it well. TIM    Check the numbers? DARCY    Oh, Tim - most of them don't seem to have them-- TIM    Look for a dent on the front that looks like a pair of lips - I rammed a gurney into the drawer one night. SOUND    METAL RATTLES, ETC. DARCY    [beat] This one? TIM    Oh, yes!  Help me turn it back over. DARCY    But without a body, how can you-- SECURITY GUARD    Hey, you over there!  TIM    Run, Darcy!  SOUND    DARCY RUNS SOUND    TIM CLIMBS UNDER THE DRAWER AND HIDES. SECURITY GUARD    Hey!  You kids! SOUND    RUNNING FEET GO PAST TIME PASSES SOUND    DARCY'S FEET RETURN DARCY    [whispered call] Tim?  Tim? TIM     Over here. DARCY    Oh!  When I realized you weren't behind me, I thought he got you! TIM    [Sounding like Bedelia] Nonsense.  I waited in ambush.  [then, completely himself] Gotta get back to work.  See you for breakfast? DARCY    Did you--?  The drawer--? TIM    No. [rueful, but sounding just a touch like Bedelia]  Not a soul.  Any longer.   CLOSER OLIVIA    Now that you know how to find us, don't be a stranger - we have enough of those already...  END

Nova Club
2h Club classics et news : Kavinsky, Kaytranada, H.E.R, Earl Sweatshirt, Frankie Knuckles, Quincy Jones et plus !

Nova Club

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 109:39


Et une rencontre avec CASSANDRA JENKINS pour le Pitchfork avec Florian Bouhier. TRACKLISTFRANKIE KNUCKLES - YOUR LOVEKAVINSKY - RENEGADEREESE - ROCK TO THE BAND (ORIGINAL MIX)VALEE - WOMP WOMP (FEAT. JEREMIH)EARL SWEATSHIRT - 2010MARA - FOUFOUNE (KING DOUDOU REMIX)SOSEME MAKONDE - MANZARAPHUTURE - INSIDE OUTCASSANDRA JENKINS - CROSSHAIRS SHIRLEY LITES - HEAT YOU UP (MELT YOU DOWN)DOUBLE DEE - FOUND LOVE (FEAT. DANY)ALICIA MEYERS - I WANT TO THANK YOU KAYTRANADA - INTIMIDATED (FEAT. H.E.R.)GROOVE THEORY - TELL ME (FEAT. BRAND NUBIAN) (6 KARAT HIP HOP MIX)ILOVEMAKONNEN - CLUB GOIN UP ON A TUESDAY ISRAEL VIBRATION - FRIDAYS BLUESQUINCY JONES - AI NO CORRIDA (I-NO-KO-REE-DA)BOB & EARL (BOB JAMES & EARL KLUGH) - HARLEM SHUFFLEPAUL JOHNSON - HEAR THE MUSICPROSPER X MAD REY - ATOMIC DISLEXIA See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

All That Jazzz
All That Jazzz – 16 nov 2021 – part 1

All That Jazzz

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 59:20


Playlist: Eliane Elias, Chick Corea: Blue Bossa; Art Blakey & Jazz Messengers: Moanin'; Nicholas Payton: Q for Quincy Jones; VanBinsbergen Playstation: Als Mijn Hart De Weg Volgt; VanBinsbergen Playstion: A Flower Is A Lovesome Thing; Cécile Mclorin Slavant: Ghost Song; … Lees verder → Het bericht All That Jazzz – 16 nov 2021 – part 1 verscheen eerst op Jazzpodcast.nl.

Richard Skipper Celebrates
Richard Skipper Celebrates Mark Bego and Freda Payne (11/15/2021)

Richard Skipper Celebrates

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 68:00


For Video Edition, Please Click Here and Subscribe: https://youtu.be/yXzbuUE8Duc Band of Gold is the exciting story of singer and actress Freda Payne. While she is best known for her 1970 Number One hit "Band of Gold", and her 1971 Grammy nominated album, Contact, her story is an inspiring adventure, lived alongside the "who's who" of the show business world including Duke Ellington, Bob Hope, Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis Jr., Pearl Bailey, Omar Sharif, Quincy Jones, Liza Minnelli, and Sarah Vaughn. Freda's compelling memoir is a celebration of a glamorous life well-lived. Freda Charcilia Payne is an American singer and actress. Payne is best known for her career in music during the mid–1960s through the mid–1980s. Her most notable record is her 1970 hit single, “Band of Gold“. Payne was also an actress in musicals and film, as well as the host of a TV talk show. Payne is the older sister of Scherrie Payne, a former singer with the American vocal group The Supremes. Mark Bego is the author of 66 books on rock & roll and show business, including two “New York Times” Best-Sellers, a “Los Angeles Times” Best-Seller, and a “Chicago Tribune” Best-Seller, a Nashville “Tennessean” Best-Seller, three multi-million-sellers, and two half-million selling titles. With over 12 million books in print, he is acknowledged as the best-selling biographer in the rock and pop music field. His biographies have included the life stories of some of the biggest stars of ROCK and Country. He has also written about film and television stars as well. https://www.amazon.com/Band-Gold-Mark-Bego/dp/1954095813

GURU Talkin Sports
GURU TALKIN SPORTS: EPISODE 87

GURU Talkin Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2021 44:10


Why does Florida and Alabama schedule easy non-conference opponents in the middle of their seasons? I WANT ANSWERS!!! We will take a deep dive into this matter. Veterans Day was this past week and we give a salute to everyone that served our country. The NFL week nine was filled with upsets and some wacky plays. This week is a continuing with the loss of the Baltimore Ravens to the Miami Dolphins. The GURU and Cousin Aaron is talking about OBJ to the Rams and Cam Newton's return to the Carolina Panthers. Subscribe to this podcast and please rate us 5 stars. Send us your comments, thoughts, suggestions, ideas, and send us your feedback on this podcast. Call me at 302-468-7239 and we would be glad to hear from you. Thanks again and enjoy the rest of your Sports Weekend and NFL Sunday.

This Day in Quiztory
11.12_Happy Birthday, Tevin Campbell!

This Day in Quiztory

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2021 1:19


Happy 45th birthday to singer Tevin Campbell! The R&B star was born #OTD in Waxahachie, Texas.

Red Robinson's Legends
Lesley Gore interview, 2000

Red Robinson's Legends

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 5:07


When I wrapped up my daily radio career on CISL's Wakeup Club this week in 2000, old friend Lesley Gore was among the first to get in touch. Lesley topped the charts in 1963 with her debut single "It's My Party,” produced by the legendary Quincy Jones! The song sold more than a million copies. Lesley followed up with "Judy's Turn to Cry", “That's the Way Boys Are,” “She's a Fool,” “Maybe I Know,” “Sunshine, Lollipops and Rainbows” and another million seller, “You Don't Own Me.” Lesley was part of the lineup for the Legends Of Rock'n'Roll at EXPO '86, and she was my guest on Timmy's Christmas Telethon in 1989. In this 2000 interview, Lesley talks about how her career started, working with Quincy Jones, the shows we've done together over the years, and the enduring appeal of her music. Lesley Gore died of cancer at New York-Presbyterian Hospital in Manhattan in February, 2015. She was 68. Her credentials speak volumes. One of the great ladies of rock and roll.

JAZZ LO SE
Jazz Lo Sé Standards 56

JAZZ LO SE

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 16:05


Bluesette (juego de palabras entre blues y musette) del gran guitarrista y número uno de la armónica de jazz, el belga Toots Thielemans. Uno de los pocos waltzes de jazz hasta esa época (1963). Su versión original es para guitarra y silbido, en esto último también es el mejor. Escuchemos sus versiones, junto con las de Quincy Jones, Hank Jones, Ella, Sara Vaughan, Tito Puente, Jaco Pastorious, Bireli Lagrène y otros.

Dead Beat Film Society
128 - The Color Purple (1985)

Dead Beat Film Society

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 73:29


We're painting the town PURPLE! Join the Dead Beat Film Society as we discuss our love for Whoopi Goldberg, Oprah's first film role (and an Oscar nom at that!), the brutal story opening and eventual rise of the main characters, the novel, the music of Seattle legend Quincy Jones, the controversy around a white man (Steven Spielberg) directing, color theory and the meaning of purple in the film, the interplay between religious and secular life in the film, 11 Oscar nominations and no wins, the idea of a new hero's journey, the importance of a black female focused story, and of course offer up 2 great sequel ideas (Steven call us!). Put on something purple and smash that play button for an in depth The Color Purple film analysis! (Special Guest: Purpelle Tramble) Click here to check out whats happening at Purple Reels LLC!  

The Scoop
Multi-platinum, Grammy nominated DJ Alesso and Lin Dai, CEO of OneOf, explain why artists are getting into NFTs

The Scoop

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 40:37


"I noticed it has a big connection to electronic music and that is my biggest passion." On this episode of The Scoop, multi-platinum and Grammy-nominated DJ Alesso and Lin Dai CEO of OneOf joined host Frank Chaparro to discuss why prominent artists are getting into NFTs and how this is signaling a cultural shift for how tastemakers are engaging with their fans today. Alesso explained that electronic artists in particular have taken notice of recent advancements in technology like NFTs and the metaverse as a new means of connecting fans to music and visuals. "I saw the possibility of combining art with music and that made me very interested," Alesso said. OneOf, which is an NFT platform and marketplace built on the Tezos blockchain network, raised $63 million in its seed round of funding from backers such as Quincy Jones to launch this year. The company is focusing on building partnerships in the music industry and hopes to bridge artists like Alesso, Doja Cat, John Legend and others with their fans by producing NFTs with a lower minting cost. "We can offer artists like Alesso a great blank canvas to bring their vision to life without considering how much they have to charge [fans].” Said Dai. OneOf further aims to differentiate their business by connecting their NFT tokens to entries for prizes centered on real fan experiences, such as access to special Discord channels or backstage passes at concerts. Alesso and Dai announced on The Scoop that the Cosmic Genesis NFT will come in four "chapters" with chances to win such tiered prizes, culminating in a one-of-one NFT auction with a ticket for a potential trip to space. Alesso will debut new music attached to the Cosmic Genesis NFT at the Dreamverse launch event at New York's Terminal 5 concert hall on November 4th to coincide with the NFT's launch. ... For more go to Theblockcyrypto.com/podcasts Episode 70 of Season 3 of The Scoop was recorded remotely with The Block's Frank Chaparro and multi-platinum and Grammy nominated DJ Alesso and Lin Dai, CEO of OneOf. Listen below, and subscribe to The Scoop on Apple, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher or wherever you listen to podcasts. Email feedback and revision requests to podcast@theblockcrypto.com. This episode is brought to you by our sponsors Bakkt, Kraken and Masterworks Bakkt® unlocks the $1.2+ trillion of digital assets that is currently held in cryptocurrencies, rewards and loyalty points, gaming assets and merchant stored value. We began in 2018 with the vision to bring trust and transparency to digital assets. Through the Bakkt Warehouse and Bakkt Bitcoin Futures and Options contracts, we serve institutional clients in an end-to-end regulated market with true price transparency. For consumers, Bakkt aggregates digital assets to enable instant liquidity and to empower users to trade, transfer and pay however they want. Visit Bakkt.com for more information About Kraken Whether you're an experienced crypto trader or just starting out, Kraken has the tools to help you achieve financial freedom. With 50+ cryptocurrencies to choose from, industry-leading security and a wide variety of features to suit any investing strategy, Kraken puts the power in your hands to buy, sell and trade digital assets. Visit Kraken.com to get started today. About Masterworks Masterworks is democratizing the exclusive multi-trillion-dollar art world. Instead of needing to write a $10 million dollar check to buy one Picasso painting, you can buy shares of masterpiece paintings. Masterworks has securitized over $250 million worth of art for their 235,000 members and was recently valued at over $1 billion, making them the first and only unicorn in the alternative investing space. Invest like a billionaire today with a few easy clicks at masterworks.io/scoop

Finances the Other
#353 Interview with Rahmaan Phillip

Finances the Other "F" Word

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 50:56


Today, we speak to Rahmaan Phillip, violinist& violist, who has played with greats such as Lady Gaga (current), Gwen Stefani, Imagine Dragons, Tony Bennett, Chaka Khan, George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic, and has played for Quincy Jones, Kevin Hart, The Dalai Lama, President Jimmy Carter, Mayor Oscar Goodman and Jane Goodall, to name a few.  Find him @ IG @rahmaanphillip Youtube   https://www.youtube.com/rahmaanphillip FB-https://www.facebook.com/RahmaanPhillip/ & on his website @ https://www.rahmaanphillip.com Find us on social media @financestheotherfword or financestheotherfword.com/links, or slide into our DMs or text 775-537-4352 My book is on Amazon, Target, Barnes&Nobel, and Walmart Online-Finances the Other "F" Word-Another "F" Word to Love Swag & Merch @https://financestheotherfword.com/

Implotsters
Fantasia 2000, Blue Streak

Implotsters

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 27:20


Monica, Samantha & Greg guess the plot of movies/TV shows: Fantasia 2000 & Blue Streak. Follow us on: www.instagram.com/implotsters/ www.twitter.com/implotsters www.facebook.com/implotsters www.youtube.com/channel/UCNt0P8dGWkM1OdnhKO3pXKg TikTok @Implotsters Visit our website: www.implotsters.com

Live Inspired Podcast with John O'Leary
Lauren Daigle: 2x Grammy-Winning Singer-Songwriter (ep. 404)

Live Inspired Podcast with John O'Leary

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 72:13


Lauren Daigle is the fastest-selling new artist in the Contemporary Christian genre of the last decade. Critically acclaimed for her unique, soulful + soaring vocals, the singer-songwriter is sincere, down-to-earth and has unwavering faith.  Today, the 2-time Grammy Award winner shares how her Louisiana-roots cultivated her appreciation for music, the uplifting inspiration behind her lyrics, and how rediscovering her childlike wonder helped her find greater joy in life. Lauren also shares how she previously embraced a period of stillness amidst a whirlwind of success, how it propelled her forward into her next fruitful season + what it could mean for you during the COVID-19 pandemic. SHOW NOTES: "We're on the precipice of something extraordinary. If the whole world is still and experiencing a level of silence, great things come on the other side of those experiences." “I need to learn to love change because it is inevitable.” Lauren grew up in Lafayette, Louisiana surrounded by a  culture of music, passion + creativity. Music was a formative way of learning, a way of life + a way to come out of hard, dark times. As a teenager, Lauren was homebound because of the immunocompromising virus cytomegalovirus and music became a way to stay motivated and out of depression.  "Being still showed me the future." "My life experiences allow a texture, tone or an emotion to come out in my voice." After high school, Lauren helped build a church on a mission trip to Brazil. While there, she saw how religion can separate others + learned to see people for who they are versus what they believe in. "There are so many things in life that make us more alike than different." Before becoming an award-winning singer, Lauren wanted to pursue a career in doing pro-bono law for human trafficking victims.   "If you're in a place in life where you have dreams, things you're hoping or longing for and they don't seem to be in close proximity, surround yourself with as much influence as you can while being diligent and persistent in the work before you." Lauren shares the meaning behind some of the lyrics to "This Girl", "Look Up Child" and "You Say". December 25, 2017: After working herself into exhaustion, and many would say at the height of her career, Lauren took close to a year off of work to "be still". Lauren relates that period to pulling back a slingshot before being propelled forward + fruitful in the next season of her life. As her world tour is on pause because of the coronavirus, Lauren again plans to get lost in the stillness to let her mind, heart + spirit be refreshed + revived. Learn more about Lauren Daigle here. LAUREN DAIGLE'S LIVE INSPIRED 7 1. What is the best book you've ever read? Love Does by Bob Goff. [Listen to Bob Goff on Live Inspired Podcast ep. 115!] 2. What is a characteristic or trait that you possessed as a child that you wish you still exhibited today? Climb trees better and get lost in wonder more frequently. 3. Your house is on fire, all living things and people are out. You have the opportunity to run in and grab one item. What would it be? My first thought once all people that matter to me are safe, I don't care. Let's roast marshmallows. My second thought is a $100 bill my grandfather gave me as he was passing away + giving the advice "you better know who you, whose you are and where you are." My third thought is a letterbox filled with letters from my childhood until now. 4. You are sitting on a bench overlooking a gorgeous beach. You have the opportunity to have a long conversation with anyone living or dead. Who would it be? My grandfather because I miss him. Also, Quincy Jones to learn + engulf myself in stories of his career and his personal pains + hardships. 5. What is the best advice you've ever received? Bob Goff told me to always remember who my 8-year-old self is. 6. What advice would you give your 20-year-old self? Steady the course, stay focused, keep moving forward and when you think you've lost yourself, God will always direct you back to who you are. 7. It's been said that all great people can have their lives summed up in one sentence. How do you want yours to read? Lauren Daigle was a woman who loved well, loved rich and loved deep.  *** About our sponsor: Keeley Companies wholeheartedly believes that if you get the people right -the results will follow. They set themselves apart with a forward-thinking culture that empowers their people and fosters loyal partnerships. Keeley Companies are a proud sponsor, partner, and super fan of the Live Inspired Podcast. Learn more about Keeley Companies.

Law Offices Of Quibble, Squabble & Bicker
S3: Client 18 - That's A Fine Looking Werewolf w/director and playwright Marc Morales

Law Offices Of Quibble, Squabble & Bicker

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 68:20


Just in time for Halloween, the Law Offices Of Quibble, Squabble & Bicker engage the very talented director and playwright Marc Morales to help with the client, That's A Fine Lookin' Werewolf. While cross examining the client, they talk about the Incelerator, 521 North Main Street, the Clown Motel, if I disappear, a seltzer bottle in every room, The Exorcist, Tim Curry, Michael Myers, EMF meter, so much blood, singing waiter, Dion and the Belmonts, Ted Lasso, the Incel Wanderer, Westchester Broadway Theater, Marina Del Rey, the Whaler, a John Hughes thing, Tony Longo, it's nutty you're wow, the Apollo theater, Quincy Jones, ashes from a dead emperor, manatee fluffer, three wereclowns, George Clooney, Attack Of The Killer Tomatoes, The Hobbit, weredachshund, Jeff Goldblum, tyrannosaurus meth and hit by a meteorite. 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

The Scott's Bass Lessons Podcast
143 - In Conversation with Jacob Collier - Raising the Bar

The Scott's Bass Lessons Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 78:22


A Grammy-winning vocalist and multi-instrumentalist, Jacob Collier became an internet sensation in the early 2010s with his split-screen cover version of Stevie Wonder's Isn't She Lovely, in which multiple Colliers appear in intricate a cappella harmonies. Since then, Jacob has signed with Quincy Jones' Management Company, given TED Talks and appeared in NPR's Tiny Desk concert series, played with Pharrell Williams at Coachella and has even helped Hans Zimmer finish a film score. In this interview, Scott gets the backstory on the creativity behind his incredible musicianship.

The Hump With Katie Thiroux
Ray Brown - 'Nuff Said!

The Hump With Katie Thiroux

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 34:29


The Hump is PUMPED to present a  special episode this week honoring the birthday of bass legend, Ray Brown! Enjoy clips from Christian McBride, Larry Grenedier, John Clayton and more as they remember and share stories about Ray Brown. Tune in to find out why this episode is called, "'Nuff Said!"

The XRP Bully Show
Quincy Jones: XinFin foundation Developer & Blockchain Educator Shares His Story #11

The XRP Bully Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 44:27


Homegrown With G Cole
Homegrown with G Cole. Episode 97. Dermot Hussey

Homegrown With G Cole

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 123:06


G Cole talks with Broadcast Legend, Curator, Music Journalist and Podcaster, Dermot Hussey. They talk music, radio, historic times in Jamaica's history and his iconic interviews with Peter Tosh, Bob Marley, Quincy Jones and more. https://music.apple.com/us/album/gregory-isaacs-dub-versions-vinyl-cut/1567908445 Please Subscribe to our YouTube Channel https://youtube.com/c/GregoryColeHomegrownWithGCole                                    

MICRO BREAK
Artist Spotlight | Rodney Temperton | Episode 62

MICRO BREAK

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 15:10


On this episode of MICRO BREAK (Episode 62), we touch on the life and works of the legendary songwriter and musician, Rod Temperton. Temperton was the keyboardist and main songwriter for the 1970s pop music, disco, and funk band Heatwave. After he was recruited by record producer Quincy Jones, he wrote several successful singles for Michael Jackson, including "Thriller", "Off the Wall",and "Rock with You".Follow the HostLinktree https://linktr.ee/MICRO_BREAKWebsite https://www.podpage.com/micro-break/ResourcesWiki https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rod_TempertonYouTube Temperton Interview https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iLUJuw8FJZ8Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.

Business of Architecture Podcast
384: Building a Construction Business with Michael Grosswendt

Business of Architecture Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 48:59


This week, I'm speaking to Mike Grosswendt who is the CEO and Founder of All Coast Construction, a construction company based on the west coast of the US. Mike focuses his attention onto new construction and restorations. He's worked with many world-renowned architects. He's worked with an incredible array of A-list celebrities as well including Quincy Jones. He's recently completed the home of Robert Downey Junior and his wife Susan, which is based in Malibu; quite an incredible and unusual architectural feat. He's currently working on a remodel of a 27,000 sq ft home for Charles Gwathmey, again, in Malibu. In this conversation, Mike and I talked about his beginnings, how he began as a carpenter, and how he won projects in the early days. We get a really good insight into the workings of a construction business, how a contractor views modern construction, what makes a good relationship between contractor and architect, and all the different nuances of making construction profitable, and the complexities of running a business.   ► Access your free training at http://SmartPracticeMethod.com/ ► If you want to speak directly to our advisors, book a call at https://www.businessofarchitecture.com/call ► Subscribe to my YouTube Channel for updates: https://www.youtube.com/c/BusinessofArchitecture ******* For more free tools and resources for running a profitable, impactful, and fulfilling practice, connect with me on: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/businessofarchitecture Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/enoch.sears/ Website: https://www.businessofarchitecture.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/BusinessofArch Podcast: http://www.businessofarchitecture.com/podcast/ iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/business-architecture-podcast/id588987926 Android Podcast Feed: http://feeds.feedburner.com/BusinessofArchitecture-podcast ******* Access the FREE Architecture Firm Profit Map video here: http://freearchitectgift.com Download the FREE Architecture Firm Marketing Process Flowchart video here: http://freearchitectgift.com Come to my next live, in-person event: https://www.businessofarchitecture.com/live Carpe Diem!

MAKE IT
Don't Create Content, Create Programming - A Conversation w/ Co-Founder of XM Radio & Media Legend & Innovator Lee Abrams

MAKE IT

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 65:46


Hello, Indie Creatives! In this episode, we have a conversation with the Co-Founder of XM Radio and Media Innovator and Legend, Lee Abrams. We discuss why he created the Album-Oriented Rock format for radio, the concept of making people into fans, not users, his latest innovation  'News Movies,' his forthcoming book 'Solutions for a Creatively Starved Planet,' his forthcoming documentary, 'Sonic Messengers,' the meaning of "AFDI," and so much more. Enjoy! Listen+Subscribe+Rate = Love Questions or Comments? Reach out to us at contact@bonsai.film or on social and the web at https://linktr.ee/BonsaiCreative Love Indie Film? Love the MAKE IT Podcast? Become a True Fan! www.bonsai.film/truefans www.makeit.libsyn.com/podcast #MAKEIT  More About Lee Abrams http://www.leeabramsmediavisions.com Lee Abrams, with decades in the trenches reinventing radio, tv news, and print.  Passionate about the past but focused on reimagining the future. Consultant to over 1,000 radio stations,  12 major print publications, and numerous tv stations and cable networks,  several consumer products, and the designer of XM satellite radio programming.   In the early 21st Century, Abrams was The Tribune Company's Chief Innovation Officer responsible for helping re-invent the scores of TV stations, cable channels, and newspapers that are owned by Tribune,  as well as to help create a new and modern innovation-focused culture. While at Tribune,  Abrams re-structured and energized the creative departments for the TV and TV Newsgroup, led and oversaw the redesigning and restructuring of newspapers including The Chicago Tribune,  The Baltimore Sun, and The Orlando Sentinel, helping to return them to profitability during a period of crisis in print. For 10 years before joining Tribune, Abrams was  XM Satellite Radio's, Chief Programming Officer.  Abrams joined XM as their first employee in June 1998 to create satellite radio.  Designing the programming,  hiring,  overseeing, and training a large staff with the mandate to re-invent the sound of radio. With 150 stations to develop and program, once again challenged Abrams to reinvigorate the radio landscape. Lee Abrams has been shaping the American radio and media industry for over five decades. During the past 50+ years, he has brought unparalleled ratings and economic success to radio stations in over 400 markets, including 97 of the top 100.  Newsweek listed Abrams as one of America's “100 Cultural Elite” for his contributions to creating the modern radio. Radio Ink listed Abrams as one of the 75 most important radio figures of all time, having designed many if not most of the dominant radio formats. In 1989, Abrams joined Satellite Music Network  (Acquired by Disney) as  Managing Director and oversaw the over 11 satellite-delivered formats delivered to over 1,000 stations and was instrumental in the creation and launch of Radio Disney.  As a founding partner,  in 1973, of Burkhart/Abrams, the Atlanta-based media consulting giant, Abrams invented and built Album Rock, the first successful FM format. He also designed numerous other highly successful radio formats, including the first Classic Rock format at San Francisco's KFOG; the first FM Urban/Dance format at New York's WKTU,  among others.  His corporate clients have included every major broadcast group. Musically, Abrams produced the Grammy-winning CD “Ah Via Musicom” by Eric Johnson—the highest-selling rock instrumental album ever has appeared on several Alan Parsons Project CDs and worked with major labels and recording artists as a consultant executive producer, and label head. Among his clients have been music industry pioneers, such as The Moody Blues, Yes, Asia, Iron Maiden, Bob Seger, Island Records, and Capitol Records.  Abrams' other media projects have included the redesign of Rolling Stone magazine, the launch of TNT Cable Network,  MTV, American marketing consultant to Swatch, Disney and advisor to dozens of entertainment companies. In addition, Abrams has been the subject of feature articles in hundreds of consumer publications, including Playboy, Esquire, New York Times, People, The Los Angeles Times, The BBC, CNN, The Wall Street Journal, appeared as a guest on “The Apprentice” series with Donald Trump and is a frequent speaker at Universities and Industry functions. While at XM, Abrams was responsible for creating programming by signing and developing programming by timeless icons such as Bob Dylan, Quincy Jones, BB King, Wynton Marsalis, Willie Nelson, Snoop Dogg, Tom Petty and others into the XM fold to create passionate original programming. Abrams's next mission is the culmination of years in the trenches—learning the good, bad…and ugly.  An opportunity to aggressively re-imagine and execute a years-in-the-making plan that will define creative programming and fan creation in this new century,” says Abrams in a recent interview. Abrams resides in Chicago and is a 9,000-hour Commercial and Instrument rated pilot,  musician and is currently writing “Solutions for a Creatively Starved Planet” (working title) to be published in 2021.   Links: Website Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Future of News   The Big Lebowski (film) Star Trek: The Original Series Doctor Strangelove… (film) Eyes Wide Shut (film) Family Guy (tv series) 1000 True Fans (article) Black Monday (tv series)  

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald
Girls Gone Wild - Joe Francis Tells All

Juicy Scoop with Heather McDonald

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 116:44


Joe Francis' life is not to be believed except that it has actually all happened. He created the Girls Gone Wild empire featuring beautiful college girls who would happily flash for cameras on spring break. That financial success led Joe to a life of private planes, multiple homes, and a relationship with a then-unknown Paris Hilton. As a teen, he too went to a similar school to Paris, where he was taken in the middle of the night and treated horribly. He also dated Kourtney Kardashian and now wishes he took Kris Jenner's advice. He was robbed and kidnapped at gunpoint. He has been sued, sued others, spent time in jail pre-trial because he was a flight risk but had no criminal record. He is now a father of twin six-year-old girls and is sadly in a  horrible custody battle. This interview also involves Oprah, Quincy Jones, Lea Black, Lil Wayne, Brody Jenner, Scott Disick, Lance Bass, Mario Lopez, Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, and others. Get ready for a juicy one.  Get EXTRA Juicy Scoop at: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/juicyscoop More: https://heathermcdonald.net  Sponsors: OSEAmalibu.com code JUICY for 10% kachava.com/scoop for 10% off OluKai.com swheatscoop.com www.ziprecruiter.com/juicy joybird.com/juicy for 35% off www.betterhelp.com/heather www.erincondren.com use code JUICYSCOOP10 sittercity.com Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/juicyscoop See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Ancient Wisdom Today
52. The Third Door: Face Your Fear + Walk Towards Your Goals - with Alex Banayan

Ancient Wisdom Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2021 85:43


By the time Alex Banayan had reached college, he had ticked all the right boxes and was on the path to success. The problem was it wasn't his path to success.  He decided to embark on a quest to uncover the mechanics of the success mindset. It took seven years, and throughout the journey, he spent time with an array of iconic game-changers, from Bill Gates and Lady Gaga to Larry King and Quincy Jones, all of whom shared their wisdom on how to carve a path to your dreams. Alex Banayan calls this “The Third Door.” In this episode, we discuss what it means to cherish your mistakes, weaponize supposed failures into wild successes, and why putting in the work means you'll never fail. You'll learn how to find the key to open the door to your goals and the steps to take to move through fear into your dream life. Resources: Read: The Third Door: The Wild Quest to Uncover How the World's Most Successful People Launched Their Careers Website: thirddoorbook.com Instagram: @alexbanayan Tribal Share: I Remember by Claire Dacey - clairedacey.com Advertisers + Sponsors: Shaman School: shamandurek.com/the-shaman-school Lit Verified Store: shamandurek.com/lit-verified-shop Healing Temple: shamandurek.com/the-healing-temple Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices