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    Talk'aran'rhiod: The Wheel of Time Showcast
    Bonus: Independence From Recording

    Talk'aran'rhiod: The Wheel of Time Showcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 37:02


    In this special episode, Joe, Jen, and Tom time travel from the past to give you a breakdown of the top five best and worst places to visit in the Wheel of Time. Hear Joe get his travel guide on! Hear Jen sweep in with a trump card! Hear Tom get patriotic! As always, spoilers abound, as do scary kangaroos!Additional music by David Fesliyan: https://www.fesliyanstudios.com/royalty-free-music/downloads-c/epic-music/4Please show your support by rating/reviewing us. http://getpodcast.reviews/id/1479634263https://www.talkaranrhiod.com/Email: podcast@talkaranrhiod.comTwitter: @arantalkInstagram: talk_aran_rhiodJoin us on Discord: https://dsc.gg/talkaranrhiodMerch: https://www.newcreationsbyjen.com/collections/talkaranrhiodSupport the show

    The Whole Word Podcast
    [Summer Recording Break: Re-Broadcast] Mark 13 - What Indicators Predict the End of Time?

    The Whole Word Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 12:49


    Summer Recording Break (Re-Broadcast)Mark 13The Destruction of the Temple and Signs of the End Times (v 1-32)The Day and Hour Unknown (v 32-37)**********Scriptures taken from the Holy Bible, New International Version ®, NIV ® Copyright © 1973, 1978, 1984, 2011 by Biblica, Inc. Used with permission. All rights reserved worldwide.The “NIV”, “New International Version”, “Biblica”, “International Bible Society” and the Biblica Logo are trademarks registered in the United States Patent and Trademark Office by Biblica, Inc.  Used with permission.BIBLICA, THE INTERNATIONAL BIBLE SOCIETY, provides God's Word to people through Bible translation & Bible publishing, and Bible engagement in Africa, Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, and North America. Through its worldwide reach, Biblica engages people with God's Word so that their lives are transformed through a relationship with Jesus Christ.Support the show

    Secret Sonics
    Reissue: IRKO - Being True to Himself and the Music

    Secret Sonics

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2022 74:59


    This episode first appeared on December 20th, 2020. IRKO is a multi-platinum award-winning mixing engineer based out of LA, CA, USA! In this episode, discover IRKO's journey; how he made his way to the USA from a small town in Italy, his approach to mixing, monitoring, communication and so much more! Check it out!You can find out more about IRKO at http://www.irko.it/Full show notes - https://www.benwallick.com/podcast-episodes/2020/12/20/secret-sonics-076-irko-being-true-to-himself-and-the-musicYou can find IRKO on Social MediaIG: https://www.instagram.com/irkostudiobeat/FB: https://www.facebook.com/IRKOstudiobeatYouTube Channel (with the vlog): https://www.youtube.com/c/IRKOstudiobeat/videosReferencesNicholas Di Lorenzo - https://www.benwallick.com/podcast-episodes/2020/6/28/secret-sonics-052-nicholas-di-lorenzoIRKO Studio Youtube channel - https://www.youtube.com/c/IRKOstudiobeat/videosStef Moro - https://www.instagram.com/stefano.moro/NS-10s - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yamaha_NS-10Matt Snell - https://www.benwallick.com/podcast-episodes/2020/8/23/secret-sonics-060-matt-snellThe Koz - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stephen_Kozmeniuk#:~:text=Stephen%20Kozmeniuk%2C%20also%20known%20professionally,Kendrick%20Lamar%2C%20and%20Dua%20Lipa.R-De Esser - https://www.waves.com/plugins/renaissance-deesser#renaissance-quick-look-r-deesserPro-Q 3 - https://www.fabfilter.com/products/pro-q-3-equalizer-plug-inLexicon 480 - https://www.uaudio.com/uad-plugins/reverbs/lexicon-480l-digital-reverb-effects.htmlMaag EQ - https://www.plugin-alliance.com/en/products/maag_eq4.htmlMassenburg EQ - https://www.uaudio.com/uad-plugins/equalizers/massenburg-mdweq5.htmlPro-L 2 - https://www.fabfilter.com/products/pro-l-2-limiter-plug-inThanks for listening to this episode of Secret Sonics! I hope you enjoyed this episode :) Look out for new episodes weekly. Consider rating and reviewing our show on Apple Podcasts and sharing this or any of your favorite episodes with a friend or two.Thank you to Zvi Rodan, Mendy Portnoy, and Yakir Hyman for contributing to the new podcast theme music!You can find out more about Secret Sonics and subscribe on your favorite podcast app by visiting www.secretsonics.coFollow along via social media here:Facebook: www.facebook.com/SecretSonicsPodInstagram: www.instagram.com/secretsonics/Have a great week, stay safe, and dig in!-Ben

    RTS.FM radio
    Anton Sergeev / RTS.fm x Underhood.prod @ Wip

    RTS.FM radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 92:08


    Recording from party 06/05/22 Underhood.prod x RTS.fm @ Wip Anton Sergeev: @antonsergeev https://www.instagram.com/tonioton_asls/ Underhood.prod: www.instagram.com/underhood.prod/ www.facebook.com/UNDERHOOD.prod • t.me/rtsfm • rts.fm/ • facebook.com/rtsfm • instagram.com/rts.fm • vk.com/rtsfm • youtube.com/user/rtsfmmoscow RTS.FM is the first international internet radio project with LIVE audio-visual broadcasting from 30+ studios around the world

    RTS.FM radio
    DGT / RTS.fm x Underhood.prod @ Wip

    RTS.FM radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 60:25


    Recording from party 06/05/22 Underhood.prod x RTS.fm @ Wip DGT: @dj-dgt https://www.instagram.com/alexey_dgt/ https://www.facebook.com/djDGT/ Underhood.prod: www.instagram.com/underhood.prod/ www.facebook.com/UNDERHOOD.prod • t.me/rtsfm • rts.fm/ • facebook.com/rtsfm • instagram.com/rts.fm • vk.com/rtsfm • youtube.com/user/rtsfmmoscow RTS.FM is the first international internet radio project with LIVE audio-visual broadcasting from 30+ studios around the world

    RTS.FM radio
    KC / RTS.fm x Underhood.prod @ Wip

    RTS.FM radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 79:45


    Recording from party 06/05/22 Underhood.prod x RTS.fm @ Wip KC: https://www.instagram.com/kirillchex/ Underhood.prod: www.instagram.com/underhood.prod/ www.facebook.com/UNDERHOOD.prod • t.me/rtsfm • rts.fm/ • facebook.com/rtsfm • instagram.com/rts.fm • vk.com/rtsfm • youtube.com/user/rtsfmmoscow RTS.FM is the first international internet radio project with LIVE audio-visual broadcasting from 30+ studios around the world

    RTS.FM radio
    Tsvir / RTS.fm x Underhood.prod @ Wip

    RTS.FM radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 81:23


    Recording from party 06/05/22 Underhood.prod x RTS.fm @ Wip Tsvir @tsvir www.instagram.com/tsvir/ www.facebook.com/djtsvir www.youtube.com/watch?v=iBwRUxroT28 Underhood.prod: www.instagram.com/underhood.prod/ www.facebook.com/UNDERHOOD.prod • t.me/rtsfm • rts.fm/ • facebook.com/rtsfm • instagram.com/rts.fm • vk.com/rtsfm • youtube.com/user/rtsfmmoscow RTS.FM is the first international internet radio project with LIVE audio-visual broadcasting from 30+ studios around the world!

    RTS.FM radio
    Mxxim / RTS.fm x Underhood.prod @ Wip

    RTS.FM radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 80:33


    Recording from party 06/05/22 Underhood.prod x RTS.fm @ Wip Mxxim: @mxxim https://www.instagram.com/makskaradutov/ Underhood.prod: www.instagram.com/underhood.prod/ www.facebook.com/UNDERHOOD.prod • t.me/rtsfm • rts.fm/ • facebook.com/rtsfm • instagram.com/rts.fm • vk.com/rtsfm • youtube.com/user/rtsfmmoscow RTS.FM is the first international internet radio project with LIVE audio-visual broadcasting from 30+ studios around the world

    RTS.FM radio
    Ultranoise / RTS.fm x Underhood.prod @ Mutabor

    RTS.FM radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 67:59


    Recording from party 27/05/22 BT x Underhood.prod x RTS.fm Ultranoise: @ultran0ise https://instagram.com/ultranoisedj?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100082201830238 Underhood.prod: www.instagram.com/underhood.prod/ www.facebook.com/UNDERHOOD.prod • t.me/rtsfm • rts.fm/ • facebook.com/rtsfm • instagram.com/rts.fm • vk.com/rtsfm • youtube.com/user/rtsfmmoscow RTS.FM is the first international internet radio project with LIVE audio-visual broadcasting from 30+ studios around the world

    BPM Pod
    How to make a jingle, from writing to recording (with added linseed)

    BPM Pod

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2022 31:47


    Solo Chris episode this time where he breaks down all of thought, energy, and confusion that goes into creating a jingle - a few seconds of audio takes a tonne of time, indeed.   

    RTS.FM radio
    Current Call / RTS.fm x Underhood.prod @ Mutabor

    RTS.FM radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 92:21


    Recording from party 27/05/22 BT x Underhood.prod x RTS.fm Current Call: @current_call https://www.instagram.com/_current_call/ https://www.facebook.com/currentcall Underhood.prod: www.instagram.com/underhood.prod/ www.facebook.com/UNDERHOOD.prod • t.me/rtsfm • rts.fm/ • facebook.com/rtsfm • instagram.com/rts.fm • vk.com/rtsfm • youtube.com/user/rtsfmmoscow RTS.FM is the first international internet radio project with LIVE audio-visual broadcasting from 30+ studios around the world

    RTS.FM radio
    Low Tape / RTS.fm x Underhood.prod @ Mutabor

    RTS.FM radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 86:27


    Recording from party 27/05/22 BT x Underhood.prod x RTS.fm Low Tape: @low-tape https://www.instagram.com/lowtape/ https://www.facebook.com/lowtape Underhood.prod: www.instagram.com/underhood.prod/ www.facebook.com/UNDERHOOD.prod • t.me/rtsfm • rts.fm/ • facebook.com/rtsfm • instagram.com/rts.fm • vk.com/rtsfm • youtube.com/user/rtsfmmoscow RTS.FM is the first international internet radio project with LIVE audio-visual broadcasting from 30+ studios around the world

    RTS.FM radio
    Tsvir / RTS.fm x Underhood.prod @ Mutabor

    RTS.FM radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 79:02


    Recording from party 27/05/22 BT x Underhood.prod x RTS.fm Tsvir @tsvir https://www.instagram.com/tsvir/ https://www.facebook.com/djtsvir https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iBwRUxroT28 Underhood.prod: www.instagram.com/underhood.prod/ https://www.facebook.com/UNDERHOOD.prod • https://t.me/rtsfm • https://rts.fm/ • https://facebook.com/rtsfm • https://instagram.com/rts.fm • https://vk.com/rtsfm • https://youtube.com/user/rtsfmmoscow RTS.FM is the first international internet radio project with LIVE audio-visual broadcasting from 30+ studios around the world!

    Two Gays Watch Drag Race
    86. Company (2006 Broadway Revival Recording)

    Two Gays Watch Drag Race

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 102:59


    Have the gays got an episode for you. Wait til you hear it! Today, the two gays are talking about the filmed performance of the 2006 Broadway revival of Stephen Sondheim's masterpiece: Company! They go through all their favorite numbers, moments, and highlight the cast, including the sexy Raul Esparaza, who before he spent years on Law and Order, was belting his face off on Broadway. But before they go into their chat about the show, the gays catch up and find out what they've been up to, but more importantly, what they've been watching! And at the end of the show, it's Zacary's turn to surprise Arron with a surprise video for them to react to, and he stays with the theme of musical theatre. It's an extra long episode today, so feel free to take an intermission if you need it, when you get these queens talking about theatre…

    Baby Boomers Radio
    How to Grow Tomatoes Part 2: Pruning and Common Issues

    Baby Boomers Radio

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 23:07


    How to Prune Your Tomatoes to Keep Them Healthy:  https://thecoeurdalenecoop.com/how-to-prune-your-tomatoes-to-keep-them-healthy/Photos and descriptions of common tomato issues:  https://thecoeurdalenecoop.com/podcast-11-how-to-grow-tomatoes-part-2/Interested in creating your own podcast?  Zenith Exhibits Studios provides affordable podcast production services.  Recording, Editing, Hosting, AI Transcription, and Publishing included for one low monthly price.  Visit www.zenithexhibits.studios or call (208) 209-7170 to learn more.

    Another Mother Runner
    Going for Big Running Goals!

    Another Mother Runner

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 62:58


    Everyone needing inspiration and insight to pursue an ambitious goal should listen to this episode. Recording in front of an audience in Missoula, Montana, Sarah talks with Tori, a first-time half-marathoner; a marathoner named Penny (age 70) going for all 50 states; and Kate, who's prepping for a 6-day, 120-mile ultramarathon. Marvel as: -Tori talks about putting in many miles with a double stroller; -the gals divulge their self-care practices (or not!); -Penny tells how she's going even bigger after a marathon in every state; -Kate and Penny share how they maintain their motivation; and, -the gals detail what big goals teach them about themselves. The first big-goal gal joins at 2:54. When you shop our sponsors, you help AMR. We appreciate your—and their—support! A better base in all your shoes: Use code AMR15 for 15% discount at Currex.us Heat things up: Enjoy an extended 30-day free trial by going to Dipseastories.com/amr Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    The Whole Word Podcast
    [Summer Recording Break: Re-Broadcast] Mark 12 - The Most Important Words in the Entire Bible

    The Whole Word Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 13:01


    Summer Recording Break (Re-Broadcast)Mark 12The Parable of the Tenants (v 1-12)Paying the Imperial Tax to Caesar (v 13-17)Marriage at the Resurrection (v 18-27)The Greatest Commandment (v 28-34)Whose Son Is the Messiah? (v 35-37)Warning Against the Teachers of the Law (v 38-40)The Widow's Offering (v 41-44)**********Scriptures taken from the Holy Bible, New International Version ®, NIV ® Copyright © 1973, 1978, 1984, 2011 by Biblica, Inc. Used with permission. All rights reserved worldwide.The “NIV”, “New International Version”, “Biblica”, “International Bible Society” and the Biblica Logo are trademarks registered in the United States Patent and Trademark Office by Biblica, Inc.  Used with permission.BIBLICA, THE INTERNATIONAL BIBLE SOCIETY, provides God's Word to people through Bible translation & Bible publishing, and Bible engagement in Africa, Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, and North America. Through its worldwide reach, Biblica engages people with God's Word so that their lives are transformed through a relationship with Jesus Christ.Support the show

    Weird Science Marvel Comics Podcast
    Marvel Comics Ep 413: Captain America: Symbol of Truth #2, The Variants #1, Recording Snafus & More Multiverse / Weird Science Marvel Comics

    Weird Science Marvel Comics Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 45:38


    Marvel Comics Ep 413: Captain America: Symbol of Truth #2, The Variants #1, Recording Snafus & More Multiverse - We had problems with the recording, but there are still two books of podcasting here, though Jason wanted his Venom: Lethal Protector hot takes to hit the airwaves!  Maybe Someday!   Join our Patreon and help us feel loved for as little as $1/Month @ Patreon.com/WeirdScience Click Here for Weird Science Links: https://campsite.bio/weirdsciencecomics   Time Stamps: 0:00:00 - Intro 0:03:52 - Captain America: Symbol of Truth #2 0:23:39 - The Variants #1  

    Bitcoin Made Simple Podcast
    FTM 014 Bitcoin For Beginners 101 -Twitter Spaces Recording W/ Denise Headley

    Bitcoin Made Simple Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 87:06


    Bitcoin Made Simple 463 subscribers IF you have a friend or family member who is new to bitcoin, this is the discussion for them. In this interview I explain what Bitcoin is for Beginners, as well as... -How Bitcoin mining works -What a node is -The difference between Bitcoin and crypto -Why I believe A Bitcoin standard is inevitable This recording comes from an interview where I had the pleasure of appearing on the ''Headley Highlights'' show to talk about bitcoin. Get yourself 20% OFF ALL apparel at ''HODLing Apparel if you use the promo code ''BMS20!'' Check out their wide variety of Bitcoin and freedom liberty focused clothing at their website https://hodlingapparel.com/ Check out the BitBox02 Hardware Wallet and take self custody of your Bitcoin today!! Go to https://shiftcrypto.ch/bitcoinmadesimple and use the promo code "bitcoinmadesimple" to get 5% off standard products. Movies Plus - go to www.myMoviesPlus.com for a Free 30 Day Trial Now live on MOVIES PLUS are the documentaries "The Great Reset and the Rise of Bitcoin", "Bitcoin FUD", "Bitcoin: The End of Money as We Know It", and "Cryptopia: Bitcoin, Blockchains and the Future of the Internet." Watch them all, ad free, with your Movies Plus trial. Bitcoin Day www.bitcoinday.io use promo code ''luke'' to get a 10% discount on your tickets to a Bitcoin Day event near you. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bitcoinmadesimple/support

    Leadster
    recording #67

    Leadster

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 9:45


    Fourteen Holy Helpers Church
    Feed the crowd with five loaves and two fish ... June 18, 2022

    Fourteen Holy Helpers Church

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 62:51


    The Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ. The miraculous feeding of five thousand serves as the link between the work of proclaiming the Kingdom of God and the heralding of Jesus as savior. The feeding seals the work of ministry with compassion and points to the grace from which it comes. Recording is of a Mass offered at 14 Holy Helpers Church in West Seneca, NY at 4:30 pm on June 18, 2022.

    Homeschool Help Desk LIVE
    Homeschool Help Desk LIVE - Episode 26

    Homeschool Help Desk LIVE

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 78:02


    Recording of Q & A Homeschool Help Desk Live from TikTok on June 30, 2022.

    The Todd Herman Show
    An accidental show. I had meant to talk about men standing up--”God bless these generals”--and, I did mention them. But, while I was recording the 5 Minute Focus, I felt moved to go in another direction, partly because the news is so heavy, and Hour 1

    The Todd Herman Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 44:12


    THE THESIS: We stand in victory. We need to stop acting like we face defeat.  THE SCRIPTURE & SCRIPTURAL RESOURCES:  Psalm 46:10 10 He says, “Be still, and know that I am God;     I will be exalted among the nations,     I will be exalted in the earth.” THE NEWS & COMMENT: Critical Theory has one design: to destroy a society. That it is being forced upon West Point is an attack against this Country. God bless these generals for standing up. It is to the eternal shame of the others that they remain silent . . .  Concerned Graduates of West Point Challenge Leadership of Military Academy: Letter MUSIC REVIEW: [AUDIO] - John Mellencamp - Check it Out (Live at Farm Aid 25) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    Real Talk JavaScript
    Episode 190: Building Apps with Capacitor, React Native or Flutter with Thomas Vidas

    Real Talk JavaScript

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 39:44


    Recording date: June 2, 2022John Papa @John_PapaWard Bell @WardBellDan Wahlin @DanWahlinCraig Shoemaker @craigshoemakerThomas Vidas @ThomasVidasBrought to you byAG GridIdeaBladeResources:What is a cross functional teamCapacitor JSReact NativeFlutterFlutter vs Ionic for cross platform developmentHybrid Apps comparing react native, ionic and flutterWho is going to Support your Next Mobile App Project? Hint: Not React Native or FlutterFlutter vs CapacitorDart languageCustom native Android code with CapacitorCustom native iOS code with CapacitorPush notifications for CapacitorCordova s CapacitorWeb Rush Podcast episode 103 - Building Web Apps with CapacitorngConfTimejumps00:52 Ward's belt phone03:26 Guest introduction05:58 What is capacitor?07:14 Mobile first or web first development07:59 Sponsor: Ag Grid08:59 How does Capacitor differentiate itself?14:22 Does Capacitor give you access to the device?18:19 Sponsor: IdeaBlade19:20 What is developer experience like for Capacitor?21:03 How much is Capacitor?27:11 What's the compelling reason to use Capacitor?31:45 Final thoughtsPodcast editing on this episode done by Chris Enns of Lemon Productions.

    The Big Travel Podcast
    138. Foy Vance; Childhood Church Building in Oklahoma, Growing up in Northern Ireland's Music Scene, Recording in Muscle Shoals, Home-Schooling on Tour With Ed Sheeran

    The Big Travel Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 49:54


    Growing up in Northern Ireland, with his preacher father playing guitar and his granny always singing, for Foy Vance music and the nomadic lifestyle are somewhat ingrained. When Foy was a young boy his father moved the family to Oklahoma to build a church. Back in Northern Ireland he picked up the guitar and eventually immersed himself in the local music scene before moving to London (via a stint in Lanzarote!). He's travelled the US in search of music history, worshipped at the alter of Muscle Shoals, home-schooled his nine year old on a world tour with Ed Sheeran, hangs around with some of Hollywood's royalty and, in true poetic style, calls a tiny village on the edge of the Highlands his ‘seabed' home. A beautiful soul as well as one of our most heart-stirring singer song-writers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Heroes Of... Podcast
    Stormpod- Episode 47- Interlude I-14- Book 2- Words of Radiance

    Heroes Of... Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 129:33


    In this Episode Shawn Q and Jack cover Interlude I-14 of Words of Radiance by Brandon Sanderson. Taravangian wakes up feeling average.Recording and Editing by Shawn QProduced By; The Heroes of Hacathra: Jack, Jay, Phil, Shawn, and Mike and the wonderful Patreon Team.Theme Song by: Jack Forrest ProductionsAdditional Music by: Jason Morin Logo by Trina Macintoshif you'd like to support the show consider visiting our Patreon Page https://www.patreon.com/HeroesofCheck out our Stormpod Merchhttp://tee.pub/lic/yYtQyG1uwpMor visit us on twitter https://twitter.com/Heroesof1 or on Instagram https://instagram.com/thestormpod  or email us at http://heroesofhacathra@gmail.comfor All Episodes you can also visit https://thestormpod.buzzsprout.com/Support the show

    Rewildology
    Ep. 83 | June's Sample Collection: Green Music Tech, Zimbabwe's Ivory Stockpile, Cougars of Yellowstone, and Biomimicry

    Rewildology

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 18:07


    In case you missed one of June's wide-ranging episodes, check out these snippets and see if you might want to go back and listen to the whole thing! Episode Recaps:Ep. 79 | Turning the Music and Podcast Industries Green with Andy LandEp. 80 | Into the Headlines: Selling Zimbabwe's Ivory StockpileEp. 81 | Cougars: The Shadows of Yellowstone with Jack RabeEp. 82 | Biomimicry: Solving Our Biggest Challenges Using Nature's Solutions See full show notes at rewildology.com. If you're liking the show, please hit the follow button and share with someone you think would enjoy this episode. Sharing is the best way to help the show grow! Check out the new Rewildology merch shop! https://rewildology.com/shop/Recording gear provided by Focusrite: https://focusrite.com/en/usb-audio-interface/scarlett/scarlett-solo-studioDiscover more ways to watch, listen, and interact: https://linktr.ee/RewildologyJoin the Rewildologists Community Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/rewildologistsFollow RewildologyInstagram: https://instagram.com/rewildology/TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@rewildologypodcastFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/rewildologyTwitter: https://twitter.com/rewildologyYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxNVIeC0km8ZGK_1QPy7-iA

    The Whole Word Podcast
    [Summer Recording Break: Re-Broadcast] Mark 11 - Jesus is Welcomed into Jerusalem Like a King

    The Whole Word Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 13:02


    Summer Recording Break (Re-Broadcast)Mark 11Jesus Comes to Jerusalem as King (v 1-11)Jesus Curses a Fig Tree and Clears the Temple Courts (v 12-26)The Authority of Jesus Questioned (v 27-33)**********Scriptures taken from the Holy Bible, New International Version ®, NIV ® Copyright © 1973, 1978, 1984, 2011 by Biblica, Inc. Used with permission. All rights reserved worldwide.The “NIV”, “New International Version”, “Biblica”, “International Bible Society” and the Biblica Logo are trademarks registered in the United States Patent and Trademark Office by Biblica, Inc.  Used with permission.BIBLICA, THE INTERNATIONAL BIBLE SOCIETY, provides God's Word to people through Bible translation & Bible publishing, and Bible engagement in Africa, Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, and North America. Through its worldwide reach, Biblica engages people with God's Word so that their lives are transformed through a relationship with Jesus Christ.Support the show

    Coffee and Cases Podcast
    E139: Nirmala Panta

    Coffee and Cases Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 70:04


    Nirmala Panta was just a young girl walking to a friend's home one Thursday morning in late July 2018. Then her rape and murder became national headlines. No longer just a 13-year-old from Kanchanpur, Nepal; her face soon represented the growing epidemic of violence against young girls across the country. But Nirmala's family, like the families of so many of those girls whom she came to represent, is still waiting for justice. Want to create your own podcast but don't know where to start? Give Zencastr a try. Recording is as easy as clicking “New” and sharing a link with co-hosts or guests. Plus, you'll get crisp, clear audio every single time! Simply go to http://zen.ai/coffeeandcasespod0 and enter promo code coffeeandcasespod0 for 30% off your first three months. It's the only platform Maggie and so trust for recording remotely and we know you'll love it as much as we do.

    Playing Devil's Avocado
    S4. Ep 17. The one about standing on one leg and recording dead people talking.

    Playing Devil's Avocado

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 36:23


    This week Claire and Lisa talk about the medical test that says if you can't balance on one leg for 10 seconds you may die (or something). They also discuss Amazon's Alexa using recordings of your dead loved ones' voices  -- and whether it's something they'd feel weird about. There's a Culture Club about Elvis the movie and the Kardashians, there's a chat about Air Fryer eggs and why Lisa won't be making them any time soon, and why going out is just so damn hard these days. There's Claire's cat's anal glands, a discussion about brain fog and why we're all suffering not just menopausal women, and they ask the big question: If you could recycle your wee and donate it to farmers, would you? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    The Joe Show
    Air Bnb Recording Me

    The Joe Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 10:12


    Homeschool Help Desk LIVE
    Homeschool Help Desk LIVE - Episode 25

    Homeschool Help Desk LIVE

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 80:40


    Recording of Q & A Homeschool Help Desk Live from TikTok on June 29, 2022.

    The Tuning Room
    Mosaic MSC on Recording as a Team

    The Tuning Room

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 50:24


    Jason sat down with Andres Figueroa and Carlos Pimental to discuss the latest album from Mosaic MSC. They talk about arranging in isolation, creative approaches to recording, and how a congregation impacts a song. Be sure to listen to Mosiac MSC's on any streaming platform. Follow Mosaic MSC on Instagram. Start your free 21-day trial at worshipartistry.com.

    Podcast Strategies for Growing Your Business, Community, and Influence While Profiting

    Today I welcome back Monica Froese to help us learn how to choose the right digital product for our businesses.  Website: https://monicafroese.com/danny   Podcast: Empowered Business Podcast™ https://monicafroese.com/podcast   Social links: https://instagram.com/monica.froese   *** Brand You Funnels (first month free) - https://www.brandyoufunnels.com/getstarted?fpr=danny97 Asana Project Management (first month free) - https://asana.grsm.io/3z7jerh6p9mj  *** Roadmap: https://dannyozment.com/roadmap Questions? https://www.speakpipe.com/podcaststrategies or email me at danny@emeraldcitypro.com *** Are you interested in starting or growing a podcast AND business with the support of my team and a community of experienced podcasters? Join my Podcaster Pod. You get... Full access to my 8-module podcasting course taking you from idea to launch and everything in between. Equipment and tech, Recording and publishing. Scripts and templates. Everything! Access to me, my team, and a group of experienced podcasters through a private Slack channel​ Monthly Q&A calls with me and the other Podcaster Pod members. Quarterly Expert Calls​ Access to me and my network –– meaning I will introduce you to other influencers and people who can help you where it makes sense.​ Consider joining my new membership site for $47/month. Go to https://dannyozment.com/pod Use code JOINPODPOD to get a 1-month free trial. *** Are you building an email list for your business or personal brand? If so, then you need ConvertKit. I use ConvertKit for my list and so do most of our clients. For $29/month, ConvertKit's Creator Plan  manages up to 1,000 subscribers Provides unlimited landing pages & forms Sends email broadcasts Provides the ability to Sell digital products & subscriptions Has super fast Email support AND MOST IMPORTANTLY... Gives you Free migration from another tool AND Automated funnels & sequences Get a free 14-day trial of the Creator Plan by visiting https://dannyozment.com/convertkit *** Do you have a website for your business or personal brand or are you building one? If so, then you need WPX hosting. I use WPX for all of my sites and so do many of our clients. For $25/month, WPX's Business Plan gives you Hosting for 5 Websites 10 GB Storage 100 GB Bandwidth Free SSL certificates The WPX Cloud Content Delivery Network They average around 30 second support response time 24/7/365 around the world Provide free unlimited site migration from any host to WPX, usually completed within 24 hours And they are fast because they never overload servers with hosting accounts, unlike so-called 'cheap' hosting which crumbles under any traffic load Sign up for the WPX Business Plan by visiting https://dannyozment.com/wpx   *** My Recommended Resources - https://dannyozment.com/resources 

    This Day in Quiztory
    06.29_Johnny Gill_High Jumper Charles Dumas

    This Day in Quiztory

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 1:08


    #OTD Track and field standout Charles Dumas set a world record and became the first person to clear 7 feet in the high jump. Recording artist Johnny Gill narrates.

    The Whole Word Podcast
    [Summer Recording Break: Re-Broadcast] Mark 10 - Jesus, Marriage, Divorce and Adam and Eve

    The Whole Word Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 13:01


    Summer Recording Break (Re-Broadcast)Mark 10Divorce (v 1-12)The Little Children and Jesus (v 13-16)The Rich and the Kingdom of God (v 17-31)Jesus Predicts His Death a Third Time (v 32-34)The Request of James and John (v 35-45)Blind Bartimaeus Receives His Sight (v 46-52)**********Scriptures taken from the Holy Bible, New International Version ®, NIV ® Copyright © 1973, 1978, 1984, 2011 by Biblica, Inc. Used with permission. All rights reserved worldwide.The “NIV”, “New International Version”, “Biblica”, “International Bible Society” and the Biblica Logo are trademarks registered in the United States Patent and Trademark Office by Biblica, Inc.  Used with permission.BIBLICA, THE INTERNATIONAL BIBLE SOCIETY, provides God's Word to people through Bible translation & Bible publishing, and Bible engagement in Africa, Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, and North America. Through its worldwide reach, Biblica engages people with God's Word so that their lives are transformed through a relationship with Jesus Christ.Support the show

    Modernize or Die ® Podcast - CFML News Edition
    Modernize or Die® - CFML News Podcast for June 28th, 2022 - Episode 154

    Modernize or Die ® Podcast - CFML News Edition

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 51:58


    2022-06-28 Weekly News - Episode 154Watch the video version on YouTube at https://youtu.be/gxH11vBPuGA Hosts:  Eric Peterson - Senior Developer at Ortus Solutions Dan Card - Senior Developer at Ortus Solutions Thanks to our Sponsor - Ortus SolutionsThe makers of ColdBox, CommandBox, ForgeBox, TestBox and all your favorite box-es out there. A few ways  to say thanks back to Ortus Solutions: BUY SOME ITB TICKETS - COME TO THE CONFERENCE - Have a few laughs! Like and subscribe to our videos on YouTube.  Help ORTUS reach for the Stars - Star and Fork our Repos Star all of your Github Box Dependencies from CommandBox with https://www.forgebox.io/view/commandbox-github  Subscribe to our Podcast on your Podcast Apps and leave us a review Sign up for a free or paid account on CFCasts, which is releasing new content every week BOXLife store: https://www.ortussolutions.com/about-us/shop Buy Ortus's Book - 102 ColdBox HMVC Quick Tips and Tricks on GumRoad (http://gum.co/coldbox-tips)  Patreon SupportGoal 1 - We have 37 patreons providing 100% of the funding for our Modernize or Die Podcasts via our Patreon site: https://www.patreon.com/ortussolutions. Goal 2 - We are 44% of the way to fully fund the hosting of ForgeBox.io News and AnnouncementsOrtus CF Summit Training WorkshopColdBox Zero to MegaHero : REST APIs + VueJS Mobile AppOct 5th and 6th - After CF Summit ConferenceLead by Luis Majano & Gavin PickinPrice: $799 - Early bird pricingLocation: Aria - In the luxurious Executive Hospitality Suite like 2019https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ortus-cf-summit-training-workshop-tickets-375306340367 The Suite practically doubled it's prices but we're working hard to keep the costs to the attendees the same4 days of amazing content, for only $899 - that's a steal in VegasINTO THE BOX - UpdatesInto the Box Super Early Bird ticket pricing is over, but you can still get the Early Bird. Last week we had more episodes of the Modernize or Die Podcast - Conference Edition for ITB 2022 and announced the first 2 groups of Pre-Conference Track for Into the Box.This week we're going to be announcing more speakers for the Pre Conference Track as well as the last chance for the Early Bird TicketsAnnouncing - Pre-Conference - First set of Speakers Announced Due to Covid and other reasons, some of the CFML Community Speakers will not be able to make this years Into the Box - but we wanted to include them anyways. To do that, last week we announced a Pre-Conference / 3rd Track for ITB. Read more about it here. Today we're happy to announce our first set of speakers for our Pre-Conference Track.http://www.intothebox.org/blog/announcing-pre-conference-first-set-of-speakers-announced ITB 2022 Podcast Series - Workshop - Async Programming & Scheduling with Luis Majano & Eric Peterson This podcast is a special podcast for attendees or undecided attendees, to get a view of what the workshop has to offer. Luis Majano and Eric Peterson talk about their upcoming workshop at Into the Box, he talks about who the ideal audience is, and why they should attend. He talks about what will the workshop cover, the requirements for the workshop, and what he hopes the attendees will leave the workshop with. In this workshop, attendees will explore the concepts of asynchronous and parallel programming with the ColdBox Async Manager and Java's Completable Futures APIs. They will explore the concept of async computations, async pipelines, exception handling, scheduling and so much more. Pain medication is included!http://www.intothebox.org/blog/itb-2022-podcast-series-workshop-async-programming-scheduling-with-luis-majano-eric-petersonAnnouncing - Pre-Conference - Second set of Speakers Announced Due to Covid and other reasons, some of the CFML Community Speakers will not be able to make this years Into the Box - but we wanted to include them anyways. To do that, last week we announced a Pre-Conference / 3rd Track for ITB. Read more about it here. Today we're happy to announce our second set of speakers for our Pre-Conference Track.http://www.intothebox.org/blog/announcing-pre-conference-second-set-of-speakers-announced After much discussion and debate, we eventually decided, in the efforts to maximize content, and ensuring we have speakers in front of attendees, the best option was to host a third track for the conference, and we're calling it the pre-conference track.The format: Dev Week format - Mon Aug 29th - Friday Sept 2nd. Each day will have 2 sessions, 11am CDT and 2pm CDT Sessions will be live, with Q&A via Zoom for ITB Attendee ticket holders. The recorded sessions will be provided to the ITB attendees for download to watch prior to the conference (on the plane for example) in case they cannot attend the live session. We will also have a viewing area on site, which will act like a 3rd track at the conference itself. Confirmed Speakers ( more to come ) Mark Takata Charlie Arehart Ray Camden Matthew Clemente Brian Rinaldi Kai Koenig New Releases and UpdatesColdBox 6.7.0 ReleasedI am incredibly excited to announce the release of ColdBox v6.7.0 and its standalone companion libraries: CacheBox, LogBox and WireBox. This is an action packed release for all internal libraries with a big focus on performance, async programming, task scheduling and testing. ​​Event Caching HTTP Response Codes WireBox Performance, Performance and More Performance New ColdBox Testing Virtual App Scheduled Tasks Exception Handling ColdBox Schedulers Automatic Injection Scheduled Tasks Start and End Dates xTask() - Easy Disabling of Tasks Scheduled Tasks Singular Time Units Safe Shutdown of Executors and Schedulers forAttribute() - Integrate with JS Frameworks Easily Async Interceptors Data ORM Event Handling https://www.ortussolutions.com/blog/coldbox-670-releasedICYMI - Mailgun Support for ColdBox Mail ServicesI am very excited to announce the support for the Mailgun email delivery service in our ColdBox Mail Services module (cbmailservices) thanks to Scott Steinbeck. Mailgun is an email delivery service for sending, receiving, and tracking emails.https://www.ortussolutions.com/blog/mailgun-support-for-coldbox-mail-services ICYMI - Galaxie Blog 3 is Now ReleasedI am proud to announce that Galaxie Blog 3 is finally released. It was our goal to build one of the most comprehensive HTML5-based blogging platforms that meets or exceeds the out-of-the-box core blogging functionality of major platforms like WordPress. Take a look and see- with Galaxie Blog 3, I think that you will also agree that we delivered on that goal.https://www.gregoryalexander.com/blog/2022/6/9/Galaxie-Blog-3-is-Now-Released Webinar / Meetups and WorkshopsICYMI - Online CF Meetup - “How to find, install and implement 3rd party libraries in CFML” with Gavin PickinThursday, June 23, 20229:00 AM to 10:00 AM PDTIn this meetup, Gavin will show you how to find, install and implement 3rd party libraries in ColdFusion / CFML. He will look at how to find them, how to install them, whether they are zips, gists, copy page, package managers, or even Java Jar files. We'll look at the pros and cons of different approaches, and discuss the best practices for using those 3rd party libraries.Meetup Link: https://www.meetup.com/coldfusionmeetup/events/286569044/ Recording: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OFhmcaUpzHY&t=4s Online CF Meetup - "Planning and Building my Developer Feud Quiz API", with Gavin PickinThursday, July 7, 20229:00 AM to 10:00 AM PDTIn this session, we are going to plan and build our very own Developer Feud Quiz. To do this, we will analyze and plan our app, starting with the User Stories, and then mapping that to Database, Models, and we can start building out our API, using CRUDDY by Design philosophies. We'll shell out our TDD style Tests, and then create a couple of resources and routes.Meetup Link: https://www.meetup.com/coldfusionmeetup/events/286853927/ICYMI - Live Stream Series - Koding with the Kiwi + FriendsSpecial Guest - Sam Knowlton and David Rogers - Talking about Quick & qbFriday, June 24th, at 1pm PDTGavin, Sam and David talked about Quick, qb, some tricks. Sam shared the story of their journey towards quick. Gavin made a fool of himself, trying to remember some code, that only seems to exist in his mind. He did show a chunk of code that uses quick to retrieve the queries not objects, and then merges children records, resulting in 2 queries, instead of n+1.CFCasts: https://cfcasts.com/series/koding-with-the-kiwi-+-friends/videos/20220624-koding-with-the-kiwi-+-friends-sam-knowlton-and-david-rogers-talk-quick-and-qbLive Stream Series - Koding with the Kiwi + FriendsSpecial Guest - Daniel Garcia - talking about OpenAPI and Swagger DocumentationFriday July 1st, at 1pm PDTPatreon's check your email, there will be an email sent Wednesday with the registration link for the zoom call… or keep an eye out in the Patreon Only BoxTeam Slack channel or the Ortus Community Forum section.Not a patreon? Sign up today or wait for us to release the recording on CFCasts after the session.ICYMI - Ortus Webinar - June - Getting started with the Legacy Migration with Dan CardJune 24th 2022: Time 11:00 AM Central Time ( US and Canada )We will look at the process of converting legacy .cfm based sites into a more modern coding design which has less overall code, is easier to maintain and manage, mistakes and errors can more readily and speedily identified and fixed, and is easier to read.Recording on CFCasts: https://cfcasts.com/series/ortus-webinars-2022/videos/getting-started-with-the-legacy-migration-with-dan-card View all Webinars: https://www.ortussolutions.com/events/webinars June 2022 Seattle ColdFusion User Group MeetingSending SMS messages using ColdFusion and the Twilio API with Leon O'DanielThursday, June 23, 20225:00 PM to 6:00 PM PDTWe are restarting our Seattle ColdFusion User Group meetings and are looking forward to meeting online with all of you.https://www.meetup.com/Seattle-ColdFusion-User-Group/events/285974950/ Adobe WorkshopsJoin the Adobe ColdFusion Workshop to learn how you and your agency can leverage ColdFusion to create amazing web content. This one-day training will cover all facets of Adobe ColdFusion that developers need to build applications that can run across multiple cloud providers or on-premiseICYMI - WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22, 20229:00 AM CETAdobe ColdFusion WorkshopDamien Bruyndonckx (Brew-en-dohnx) https://adobe-cf-workshop.meetus.adobeevents.com/ ICYMI - THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 202210:00 AM PDTExploring the CF Administrator: pt2Mark Takata https://exploring-coldfusion-administrator-2.meetus.adobeevents.com/ THURSDAY, JULY 28, 202210:00 AM PDTMaking games with Adobe ColdFusionMark Takatahttps://making-games-with-adobe-coldfusion.meetus.adobeevents.com/ FREE :)Full list - https://meetus.adobeevents.com/coldfusion/ CFCasts Content Updateshttps://www.cfcasts.comJust Released Ortus Webinar - June - Getting started with the Legacy Migration with Dan Cardhttps://cfcasts.com/series/ortus-webinars-2022/videos/getting-started-with-the-legacy-migration-with-dan-card  LogBox 101 https://cfcasts.com/series/logbox-101Appenders Overview and CFAppenderhttps://cfcasts.com/series/logbox-101/videos/appenders-overview-and-cfappender  Publish your First ForgeBox Package - https://cfcasts.com/series/publish-your-first-forgebox-package ForgeBox Admin - Collaborationshttps://cfcasts.com/series/publish-your-first-forgebox-package/videos/forgebox-admin-collaborations  Koding with the Kiwi - https://cfcasts.com/series/koding-with-the-kiwi-+-friends 20220624 - Koding with the Kiwi + Friends - Sam Knowlton and David Rogers - Quick and qbhttps://cfcasts.com/series/koding-with-the-kiwi-+-friends/videos/20220624-koding-with-the-kiwi-+-friends-sam-knowlton-and-david-rogers-talk-quick-and-qb  2022 ForgeBox Module of the Week Series - 2 new Videos https://cfcasts.com/series/2022-forgebox-modules-of-the-week 2022 VS Code Hint tip and Trick of the Week Series - 2 new Videos https://cfcasts.com/series/2022-vs-code-hint-tip-and-trick-of-the-week  Coming Soon Last couple of videos for Gavin Pickin - Publish Your First ForgeBox Package LogBox 101 from Eric Peterson Koding with the Kiwi + Friends More ForgeBox and VS Code Podcast snippet videos Box-ifying a 3rd Party Library from Gavin Conferences and TrainingQuasar ConfPlease let us know about you and what you'd like to speak about in all things Quasar or Vue!!!Conference Date: Saturday, July 9th, 2022 - 3 p.m. GMThttps://dev.to/quasar/its-back-quasarconf-2022-call-for-proposals-13mn THAT ConferenceHowdy. We're a full-stack, tech-obsessed community of fun, code-loving humans who share and learn together.We geek-out in Texas and Wisconsin once a year but we host digital events all the time.WISCONSIN DELLS, WI / JULY 25TH - 28TH, 2022A four-day summer camp for developers passionate about learning all things mobile, web, cloud, and technology.https://that.us/events/wi/2022/ Our very own Daniel Garcia is speaking there https://that.us/activities/sb6dRP8ZNIBIKngxswIt Adobe Developer Week 2022July 18-22, 2022Online - Virtual - FreeThe Adobe ColdFusion Developer Week is back - bigger and better than ever! This year, our experts are gearing up to host a series of webinars on all things ColdFusion. This is your chance to learn with them, get your questions answered, and build cloud-native applications with ease.Speakers have been announcedAgenda has been announcedhttps://adobe-coldfusion-devweek-2022.attendease.com/registration/form VueJS Forge After many requests - New Dates - July 13th-14thDue to many of you taking advantage of early summer vacations, we have decided to postpone the event to a date that will make sure as many of you as possible won't miss out on the opportunity to attend Vue.js Forge! Organized by Vue School _The largest hands-on Vue.js Event Team up with 1000s of fellow Vue.js devs from around the globe to build a real-world application in just 2 days in this FREE hackathon-style event. Make connections. Build together. Learn together. Sign up as an Individual or signup as a company Company Deal - $2000 for a team of 5, includes VueSchool annual membership and guaranteed seat at the workshops at VueJS Forge as well… and you can pick your team Sneak Peek into the Project: Project Management SAAS Apphttps://vuejsforge.com/Into The Box 2022September 6, 7 and 8, 2022One day workshops before the two day conference!Super Early bird pricing ended May 31st, 2022 - Get the early bird price nowSign up for the workshops before they fill upConference Website:https://intothebox.orgCF Summit - OfficialMirageOct 3rd & 4th - CFSummit ConferenceOct 5th - Adobe Certified Professional: Adobe ColdFusion Certification Classes & Testshttps://cfsummit.adobeevents.com/  Registrations are now open.For just $99!Grab your early-bird tickets before June 30.Call for Speakers is now Open - June 30th - Submit now!!!!From Slack re Adobe Certified ProfessionalThe Adobe Certified Professional: Adobe ColdFusion cert is a totally different, MUCH more difficult and comprehensive certification than the CF Specialist previously offered. Mark Takata, Nolan and Dave F + the CF engineering team, Elishia and Kishore all spent a week together building the new one and it is HARD. I highly recommend it as a test of your skills, I guarantee everyone will learn something new.Yes, but there's also over 100 hours of video to go over before the 1 day lecture + cert. So you watch videos, sit in class, then take the exam there. It is no joke, definitely challenging, but super satisfying to pass.Plus you get access to those videos for a year, which is nice for going back and reviewing things down the line.https://www.adobe.com/products/coldfusion-family/certificate.html Ortus CF Summit Training WorkshopColdBox Zero to MegaHero : REST APIs + VueJS Mobile AppOct 5th and 6th - After CF Summit ConferenceLead by Luis Majano & Gavin PickinPrice: $799 - Early bird pricinghttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/ortus-cf-summit-training-workshop-tickets-375306340367Location: Aria - In the luxurious Executive Hospitality Suite like 2019The suite doubled it's prices but we're working hard to keep the costs to the attendees the sameInto the Box Latam 2022Dec 7th - More information is coming very soon.CFCampNo CFCAMP 2022, we're trying again for summer 2023TLDR is that it's just too hard and there's too much uncertainty right now.More conferencesNeed more conferences, this site has a huge list of conferences for almost any language/community.https://confs.tech/Blogs, Tweets, and Videos of the Week Announcing - Pre-Conference - First set of Speakers Announced Due to Covid and other reasons, some of the CFML Community Speakers will not be able to make this years Into the Box - but we wanted to include them anyways. To do that, last week we announced a Pre-Conference / 3rd Track for ITB. Read more about it here. Today we're happy to announce our first set of speakers for our Pre-Conference Track.http://www.intothebox.org/blog/announcing-pre-conference-first-set-of-speakers-announced Announcing - Pre-Conference - Second set of Speakers AnnouncedDue to Covid and other reasons, some of the CFML Community Speakers will not be able to make this years Into the Box - but we wanted to include them anyways. To do that, last week we announced a Pre-Conference / 3rd Track for ITB. Read more about it here. Today we're happy to announce our second set of speakers for our Pre-Conference Track.http://www.intothebox.org/blog/announcing-pre-conference-second-set-of-speakers-announced 6/23/22 - ITB 2022 Podcast Series - Workshop - Async Programming & Scheduling with Luis Majano & Eric PetersonThis podcast is a special podcast for attendees or undecided attendees, to get a view of what the workshop has to offer. Luis Majano and Eric Peterson talk about their upcoming workshop at Into the Box, he talks about who the ideal audience is, and why they should attend. He talks about what will the workshop cover, the requirements for the workshop, and what he hopes the attendees will leave the workshop with. In this workshop, attendees will explore the concepts of asynchronous and parallel programming with the ColdBox Async Manager and Java's Completable Futures APIs. They will explore the concept of async computations, async pipelines, exception handling, scheduling and so much more. Pain medication is included!http://www.intothebox.org/blog/itb-2022-podcast-series-workshop-async-programming-scheduling-with-luis-majano-eric-peterson 6/23/22 - Blog - Robert Zehnder - How I use CommandBox with my blogOver the course of the last year my blog has been through many revamps and rewrites. I wrote a CF static site generator called Jasper that manages content by dropping markdown files into the /posts folder, dynamically generating a static site that can be deployed anywhere. The current iteration of the blog is running Jasper as a server; Instead of reading markdown files, posts are returned from a database.The system works well, but the one downside to using a database how to manage the posts. I did not want to write an admin interface, I would prefer to manage it like it is a static site generator. The posts will be saved in the database, but I can retrieve a post and save it as a markdown file for editing and posted back to the server when done. As a matter of fact, I am editing this post in vscode.I thought about how I would implement something like that. As it turns out, it was much easier than I expected.https://kisdigital.com/post/how-i-use-commandbox-with-my-blog6/25/22 - Blog - Ben Nadel - Namespacing Components With Per-Application Mappings In ColdFusionIn my ColdFusion applications, I use a lot of components. But, these components are, for the most part, application-specific and live seamlessly alongside my application's custom mappings. Recently, however, I've been thinking about writing a "module" (ie, a set of related components) that I might want to use in multiple applications. And, it wasn't immediately obvious to me how I might define my ColdFusion per-application mappings in order to avoid conflicts with an application's existing component tree. As such, I wanted to experiment with using per-application mappings to create "namespaces" for shared ColdFusion components.https://www.bennadel.com/blog/4291-namespacing-components-with-per-application-mappings-in-coldfusion.htm 6/23/22 - Blog - Ben Nadel - Updating My Mental Model For Shared Array / Struct Iteration In ColdFusionIn the very early days of ColdFusion, it was considered a "Best Practice" to synchronize access to all shared data structures. Meaning, to single-thread the access in order to avoid race conditions. Over time, this practice became much more nuanced; and, more of the native data types within ColdFusion became synchronized by default. Meaning, they were being made thread-safe internally. I believe that my mental model for iteration over shared data structures is outdated. As such, I wanted to run some parallel iterations in Adobe ColdFusion 2021 and Lucee CFML 5.3.8.201.https://www.bennadel.com/blog/4289-updating-my-mental-model-for-shared-array-struct-iteration-in-coldfusion.htm 6/24/22 - Blog - Ben Nadel - Looking At The Performance Overhead Of A Read-Only Lock In Lucee CFML 5.3.8.201In yesterday's post, I demonstrated that iterating over shared Structs and Arrays is thread-safe in ColdFusion; assuming, of course, that the access is read-only. But, what if I need to occasionally mutate the shared data? In that case, I'd have to acquire an exclusive lock some of the time; which, in turn, means that I'd have to acquire a read-only lock most of the time. This got me thinking about the performance overhead of a read-only lock in Lucee CFML 5.3.8.201.The performance overhead of an exclusive lock is easier to understand because it essentially single-threads access to a given block of code. So, if nothing else, there's a limit to the throughput on an exclusive lock. But, with a read-only lock, throughput isn't an issue (unless there's a competing exclusive lock) - multiple threads can access the same read-only lock at the same time.https://www.bennadel.com/blog/4290-looking-at-the-performance-overhead-of-a-read-only-lock-in-lucee-cfml-5-3-8-201.htm 6/24/22 - Blog - Charlie Arehart - Understanding the "cost" of cflock, part 1In a post today on his blog, Ben Nadel did an experiment "Looking At The Performance Overhead Of A Read-Only Lock". (He happened to do it in Lucee, but the concept applies equally to CF.)And I wanted to offer some additional thoughts--first planning to offer them as a comment--because there's a lot behind the question and his observations. But as it got longer, I realized it was too long for a comment. Also, I didn't want people to think (in reading a comment on Ben's blog) that I was challenging Ben or questioning his understanding of the matter! Not at all. :-) Instead, I was just wanting to add more context, to help other readers, and based on my years of observing the community.https://www.carehart.org/blog/client/index.cfm/2022/6/24/understanding_cflock_cost_part_1 CFML JobsSeveral positions available on https://www.getcfmljobs.com/Listing over 100 ColdFusion positions from 55 companies across 47 locations in 5 Countries.3 new jobs listedFull-Time - Senior ColdFusion Developer at Remote - United KingdomJun 27https://www.getcfmljobs.com/jobs/index.cfm/united-kingdom/Senior-ColdFusion-Developer-at-Remote/11487 Full-Time - SE-ColdFusion at Bengaluru, Karnataka - India Jun 27https://www.getcfmljobs.com/jobs/index.cfm/india/SEColdFusion-at-Bengaluru-Karnataka/11486Full-Time - Senior ColdFusion Developer - GeoNorth Information Systems a.. - United StatesJun 25https://www.getcfmljobs.com/jobs/index.cfm/united-states/Senior-ColdFusion-Developer-GeoNorth-Information-Systems-at-Alaska/11485 PATREON SPONSORED JOB POSTING!Hagerty - MotorSportRegSenior Software Engineer, MotorsportWe are seeking a Senior Software Engineer to work primarily with Node/Vue.js, ColdFusion, and AWS to improve our platform and build greenfield experiences.We are a 25-person team supporting 1,600 organizations with our SaaS CRM, commerce and event management platform. With 8,000 events managed in our marketplace annually by our customers, our goal is to be the number one software platform for automotive and motorsport events.Ready to get in the driver's seat? Join us!https://bit.ly/3985J3U Other Job Links Ortus Solutionshttps://www.ortussolutions.com/about-us/careers  Clear Capital - Carol from Working Code Podcast - https://bit.ly/3Ocu5Zz  Nolan Erck - South of Shasta - Part-time CFML developer wantedSouth of Shasta is looking for a part-time mid to senior level developer that can assist with some projects for our clients over the next few months, possibly longer.https://southofshasta.com/blog/part-time-cfml-developer-wanted/  There is a jobs channel in the cfml slack team, and in the box team slack now too ForgeBox Module of the WeekHyper v3.6.0 (new update)Hyper exists to provide a fluent builder experience for HTTP requests and responses. It also provides a powerful way to create clients, i.e. Builder objects with pre-configured defaults like a base URL or certain headers.New UpdatesAdd async requests using ColdBox's AsyncManagerhttps://www.forgebox.io/view/hyperVS Code Hint Tips and Tricks of the WeekCommandBox by Ortus SolutionsBrings CommandBox features and helpers into VS CodeFeatures Scripts Script Explorer Run Scripts from the Editor Run Scripts from a folder in explorer Server.json Schema Property Completion Property Hover Box.json Schema Property Completion Property Hover Dependencies Slug Completion Version Completion Hover Lots of settings for your customization, including customization for ForgeBox enterprisehttps://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=ortus-solutions.vscode-commandboxThank you to all of our Patreon SupportersThese individuals are personally supporting our open source initiatives to ensure the great toolings like CommandBox, ForgeBox, ColdBox,  ContentBox, TestBox and all the other boxes keep getting the continuous development they need, and funds the cloud infrastructure at our community relies on like ForgeBox for our Package Management with CommandBox. You can support us on Patreon here https://www.patreon.com/ortussolutionsDon't forget, we have Annual Memberships, pay for the year and save 10% - great for businesses. Bronze Packages and up, now get a ForgeBox Pro and CFCasts subscriptions as a perk for their Patreon Subscription. 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    Heroes Of... Podcast
    Stormpod- Episode 46- Interludes: I-12 & I-13- Book 2- Words of Radiance

    Heroes Of... Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 73:44


    In this episode Shawn Q and Jack cover Interludes I-12 and I-13 of Words of Radiance by Brandon Sanderson. A new ardent gets a tour of the Palace in Kholinar and something is going on with Venli.Recording and Editing by Shawn QProduced By; The Heroes of Hacathra: Jack, Jay, Phil, Shawn, and Mike and the wonderful Patreon Team.Theme Song by: Jack Forrest ProductionsAdditional Music by: Jason Morin Logo by Trina Macintoshif you'd like to support the show consider visiting our Patreon Page https://www.patreon.com/HeroesofCheck out our Stormpod Merchhttp://tee.pub/lic/yYtQyG1uwpMor visit us on twitter https://twitter.com/Heroesof1 or on Instagram https://instagram.com/thestormpod  or email us at http://heroesofhacathra@gmail.comfor All Episodes you can also visit https://thestormpod.buzzsprout.com/Support the show

    The Whole Word Podcast
    [Summer Recording Break: Re-Broadcast] Mark 09 - A Clear Description of Hell and How to Avoid It

    The Whole Word Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 13:02


    Summer Recording Break (Re-Broadcast)Mark 09The Way of the Cross (v 1)The Transfiguration (v 2-13)Jesus Heals a Boy Possessed by an Impure Spirit (v 14-29)Jesus Predicts His Death a Second Time (v 30-37)Whoever Is Not Against Us Is for Us (v 38-41)Causing to Stumble (v 42-50)**********Scriptures taken from the Holy Bible, New International Version ®, NIV ® Copyright © 1973, 1978, 1984, 2011 by Biblica, Inc. Used with permission. All rights reserved worldwide.The “NIV”, “New International Version”, “Biblica”, “International Bible Society” and the Biblica Logo are trademarks registered in the United States Patent and Trademark Office by Biblica, Inc.  Used with permission.BIBLICA, THE INTERNATIONAL BIBLE SOCIETY, provides God's Word to people through Bible translation & Bible publishing, and Bible engagement in Africa, Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, and North America. Through its worldwide reach, Biblica engages people with God's Word so that their lives are transformed through a relationship with Jesus Christ.Support the show

    Crystal Connects BodyMind Tidbits
    Crystal shares Death Meditation recording

    Crystal Connects BodyMind Tidbits

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 25:32


    For my birthday, I have chosen to share a recording with you all that I made this time last year. It was a recording I did after participating in some thing called a death meditation. It was very impactful in my life, and I am sharing just in case it could have an impact for anyone else. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

    America Can We Talk w/ Debbie Georgatos
    The Constitutional SCOTUS; What Will Roe Reversal Bring?; Biden's Dementia cards & 2024; Secret Recording HOW Dems Plan to Win 6.27.22

    America Can We Talk w/ Debbie Georgatos

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 60:48


    The Constitutional SCOTUS What Will Roe Reversal Bring? Biden's Dementia cards & 2024 Secret Recording HOW Dems Plan to WinFollow Debbie Georgatos!WEBSITE: http://americacanwetalk.orgFACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/AmericaCanWeTalkAmerica Can We Talk is a show with a mission — to speak up for the extraordinary and unique greatness of America. I talk about the top issues of the day facing America, often with insightful guests, always from the perspective of furthering that mission, and with the goal to inspire listeners to celebrate and embrace the liberty on which America was founded. #AmericaMatters

    Just Great Yoga
    #180 More Than Meets the Eye

    Just Great Yoga

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 64:03


    A quirky, dynamic flow with a lot of heart opening down the stretch. Got a new microphone, love how much richer the sound feels.

    The Trailer Music Composer's Podcast
    Recording an Orchestra at Abbey Road - Lessons learnt

    The Trailer Music Composer's Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 46:23


    In this episode I walk you through my experience of recording strings and brass at Abbey Road Studios for an action adventure trailer music album.As you can imagine I was super excited about this so I thought it would make an amazing podcast episode where I talked you through what was going through my head before and after the recording.The great thing is that there were 6 clear lessons that have come out of this experience and I wanted to share them with you guys - my awesome listeners.Craft the perfect trailer music cue with this FREE trailer music cheatsheet.----------------------------------Interested in submitting work for Rapture MX? For those of you who are interested in working with Emma Middleton on her new trailer music library, Rapture MX,  the please use the email heading “Registering Interest” and send to creative@rapturemx.com

    The Whole Word Podcast
    [Summer Recording Break: Re-Broadcast] Mark 08 - Does Jesus Ever Need to Pray for Anyone Twice?

    The Whole Word Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 13:07


    Summer Recording Break (Re-Broadcast)Mark 08Jesus Feeds the Four Thousand (v 1-13)The Yeast of the Pharisees and Herod (v 14-21)Jesus Heals a Blind Man at Bethsaida (v 22-26)Peter Declares That Jesus Is the Messiah (v 27-30)Jesus Predicts His Death (v 31-33)The Way of the Cross (v 34-38)**********Scriptures taken from the Holy Bible, New International Version ®, NIV ® Copyright © 1973, 1978, 1984, 2011 by Biblica, Inc. Used with permission. All rights reserved worldwide.The “NIV”, “New International Version”, “Biblica”, “International Bible Society” and the Biblica Logo are trademarks registered in the United States Patent and Trademark Office by Biblica, Inc.  Used with permission.BIBLICA, THE INTERNATIONAL BIBLE SOCIETY, provides God's Word to people through Bible translation & Bible publishing, and Bible engagement in Africa, Asia Pacific, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, and North America. Through its worldwide reach, Biblica engages people with God's Word so that their lives are transformed through a relationship with Jesus Christ.Support the show

    A History Of Rock Music in Five Hundred Songs
    Episode 150: “All You Need is Love” by the Beatles

    A History Of Rock Music in Five Hundred Songs

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022


    This week's episode looks at “All You Need is Love”, the Our World TV special, and the career of the Beatles from April 1966 through August 1967. Click the full post to read liner notes, links to more information, and a transcript of the episode. Patreon backers also have a thirteen-minute bonus episode available, on "Rain" by the Beatles. Tilt Araiza has assisted invaluably by doing a first-pass edit, and will hopefully be doing so from now on. Check out Tilt's irregular podcasts at http://www.podnose.com/jaffa-cakes-for-proust and http://sitcomclub.com/ NB for the first few hours this was up, there was a slight editing glitch. If you downloaded the old version and don't want to redownload the whole thing, just look in the transcript for "Other than fixing John's two flubbed" for the text of the two missing paragraphs. Errata I say "Come Together" was a B-side, but the single was actually a double A-side. Also, I say the Lennon interview by Maureen Cleave appeared in Detroit magazine. That's what my source (Steve Turner's book) says, but someone on Twitter says that rather than Detroit magazine it was the Detroit Free Press. Also at one point I say "the videos for 'Paperback Writer' and 'Penny Lane'". I meant to say "Rain" rather than "Penny Lane" there. Resources No Mixcloud this week due to the number of songs by the Beatles. I have read literally dozens of books on the Beatles, and used bits of information from many of them. All my Beatles episodes refer to: The Complete Beatles Chronicle by Mark Lewisohn, All The Songs: The Stories Behind Every Beatles Release by Jean-Michel Guesdon, And The Band Begins To Play: The Definitive Guide To The Songs of The Beatles by Steve Lambley, The Beatles By Ear by Kevin Moore, Revolution in the Head by Ian MacDonald, and The Beatles Anthology. For this episode, I also referred to Last Interview by David Sheff, a longform interview with John Lennon and Yoko Ono from shortly before Lennon's death; Many Years From Now by Barry Miles, an authorised biography of Paul McCartney; and Here, There, and Everywhere: My Life Recording the Music of the Beatles by Geoff Emerick and Howard Massey. Particularly useful this time was Steve Turner's book Beatles '66. I also used Turner's The Beatles: The Stories Behind the Songs 1967-1970. Johnny Rogan's Starmakers and Svengalis had some information on Epstein I hadn't seen anywhere else. Some information about the "Bigger than Jesus" scandal comes from Ward, B. (2012). “The ‘C' is for Christ”: Arthur Unger, Datebook Magazine and the Beatles. Popular Music and Society, 35(4), 541-560. https://doi.org/10.1080/03007766.2011.608978 Information on Robert Stigwood comes from Mr Showbiz by Stephen Dando-Collins. And the quote at the end from Simon Napier-Bell is from You Don't Have to Say You Love Me, which is more entertaining than it is accurate, but is very entertaining. Sadly the only way to get the single mix of "All You Need is Love" is on this ludicrously-expensive out-of-print box set, but the stereo mix is easily available on Magical Mystery Tour. Patreon This podcast is brought to you by the generosity of my backers on Patreon. Why not join them? Transcript A quick note before I start the episode -- this episode deals, in part, with the deaths of three gay men -- one by murder, one by suicide, and one by an accidental overdose, all linked at least in part to societal homophobia. I will try to deal with this as tactfully as I can, but anyone who's upset by those things might want to read the transcript instead of listening to the episode. This is also a very, very, *very* long episode -- this is likely to be the longest episode I *ever* do of this podcast, so settle in. We're going to be here a while. I obviously don't know how long it's going to be while I'm still recording, but based on the word count of my script, probably in the region of three hours. You have been warned. In 1967 the actor Patrick McGoohan was tired. He had been working on the hit series Danger Man for many years -- Danger Man had originally run from 1960 through 1962, then had taken a break, and had come back, retooled, with longer episodes in 1964. That longer series was a big hit, both in the UK and in the US, where it was retitled Secret Agent and had a new theme tune written by PF Sloan and Steve Barri and recorded by Johnny Rivers: [Excerpt: Johnny Rivers, "Secret Agent Man"] But McGoohan was tired of playing John Drake, the agent, and announced he was going to quit the series. Instead, with the help of George Markstein, Danger Man's script editor, he created a totally new series, in which McGoohan would star, and which McGoohan would also write and direct key episodes of. This new series, The Prisoner, featured a spy who is only ever given the name Number Six, and who many fans -- though not McGoohan himself -- took to be the same character as John Drake. Number Six resigns from his job as a secret agent, and is kidnapped and taken to a place known only as The Village -- the series was filmed in Portmeirion, an unusual-looking town in Gwynnedd, in North Wales -- which is full of other ex-agents. There he is interrogated to try to find out why he has quit his job. It's never made clear whether the interrogators are his old employers or their enemies, and there's a certain suggestion that maybe there is no real distinction between the two sides, that they're both running the Village together. He spends the entire series trying to escape, but refuses to explain himself -- and there's some debate among viewers as to whether it's implied or not that part of the reason he doesn't explain himself is that he knows his interrogators wouldn't understand why he quit: [Excerpt: The Prisoner intro, from episode Once Upon a Time, ] Certainly that explanation would fit in with McGoohan's own personality. According to McGoohan, the final episode of The Prisoner was, at the time, the most watched TV show ever broadcast in the UK, as people tuned in to find out the identity of Number One, the person behind the Village, and to see if Number Six would break free. I don't think that's actually the case, but it's what McGoohan always claimed, and it was certainly a very popular series. I won't spoil the ending for those of you who haven't watched it -- it's a remarkable series -- but ultimately the series seems to decide that such questions don't matter and that even asking them is missing the point. It's a work that's open to multiple interpretations, and is left deliberately ambiguous, but one of the messages many people have taken away from it is that not only are we trapped by a society that oppresses us, we're also trapped by our own identities. You can run from the trap that society has placed you in, from other people's interpretations of your life, your work, and your motives, but you ultimately can't run from yourself, and any time you try to break out of a prison, you'll find yourself trapped in another prison of your own making. The most horrifying implication of the episode is that possibly even death itself won't be a release, and you will spend all eternity trying to escape from an identity you're trapped in. Viewers became so outraged, according to McGoohan, that he had to go into hiding for an extended period, and while his later claims that he never worked in Britain again are an exaggeration, it is true that for the remainder of his life he concentrated on doing work in the US instead, where he hadn't created such anger. That final episode of The Prisoner was also the only one to use a piece of contemporary pop music, in two crucial scenes: [Excerpt: The Prisoner, "Fall Out", "All You Need is Love"] Back in October 2020, we started what I thought would be a year-long look at the period from late 1962 through early 1967, but which has turned out for reasons beyond my control to take more like twenty months, with a song which was one of the last of the big pre-Beatles pop hits, though we looked at it after their first single, "Telstar" by the Tornadoes: [Excerpt: The Tornadoes, "Telstar"] There were many reasons for choosing that as one of the bookends for this fifty-episode chunk of the podcast -- you'll see many connections between that episode and this one if you listen to them back-to-back -- but among them was that it's a song inspired by the launch of the first ever communications satellite, and a sign of how the world was going to become smaller as the sixties went on. Of course, to start with communications satellites didn't do much in that regard -- they were expensive to use, and had limited bandwidth, and were only available during limited time windows, but symbolically they meant that for the first time ever, people could see and hear events thousands of miles away as they were happening. It's not a coincidence that Britain and France signed the agreement to develop Concorde, the first supersonic airliner, a month after the first Beatles single and four months after the Telstar satellite was launched. The world was becoming ever more interconnected -- people were travelling faster and further, getting news from other countries quicker, and there was more cultural conversation – and misunderstanding – between countries thousands of miles apart. The Canadian media theorist Marshall McLuhan, the man who also coined the phrase “the medium is the message”, thought that this ever-faster connection would fundamentally change basic modes of thought in the Western world. McLuhan thought that technology made possible whole new modes of thought, and that just as the printing press had, in his view, caused Western liberalism and individualism, so these new electronic media would cause the rise of a new collective mode of thought. In 1962, the year of Concorde, Telstar, and “Love Me Do”, McLuhan wrote a book called The Gutenberg Galaxy, in which he said: “Instead of tending towards a vast Alexandrian library the world has become a computer, an electronic brain, exactly as an infantile piece of science fiction. And as our senses have gone outside us, Big Brother goes inside. So, unless aware of this dynamic, we shall at once move into a phase of panic terrors, exactly befitting a small world of tribal drums, total interdependence, and superimposed co-existence.… Terror is the normal state of any oral society, for in it everything affects everything all the time.…” He coined the term “the Global Village” to describe this new collectivism. The story we've seen over the last fifty episodes is one of a sort of cultural ping-pong between the USA and the UK, with innovations in American music inspiring British musicians, who in turn inspired American ones, whether that being the Beatles covering the Isley Brothers or the Rolling Stones doing a Bobby Womack song, or Paul Simon and Bob Dylan coming over to the UK and learning folk songs and guitar techniques from Martin Carthy. And increasingly we're going to see those influences spread to other countries, and influences coming *from* other countries. We've already seen one Jamaican artist, and the influence of Indian music has become very apparent. While the focus of this series is going to remain principally in the British Isles and North America, rock music was and is a worldwide phenomenon, and that's going to become increasingly a part of the story. And so in this episode we're going to look at a live performance -- well, mostly live -- that was seen by hundreds of millions of people all over the world as it happened, thanks to the magic of satellites: [Excerpt: The Beatles, "All You Need is Love"] When we left the Beatles, they had just finished recording "Tomorrow Never Knows", the most experimental track they had recorded up to that date, and if not the most experimental thing they *ever* recorded certainly in the top handful. But "Tomorrow Never Knows" was only the first track they recorded in the sessions for what would become arguably their greatest album, and certainly the one that currently has the most respect from critics. It's interesting to note that that album could have been very, very, different. When we think of Revolver now, we think of the innovative production of George Martin, and of Geoff Emerick and Ken Townshend's inventive ideas for pushing the sound of the equipment in Abbey Road studios, but until very late in the day the album was going to be recorded in the Stax studios in Memphis, with Steve Cropper producing -- whether George Martin would have been involved or not is something we don't even know. In 1965, the Rolling Stones had, as we've seen, started making records in the US, recording in LA and at the Chess studios in Chicago, and the Yardbirds had also been doing the same thing. Mick Jagger had become a convert to the idea of using American studios and working with American musicians, and he had constantly been telling Paul McCartney that the Beatles should do the same. Indeed, they'd put some feelers out in 1965 about the possibility of the group making an album with Holland, Dozier, and Holland in Detroit. Quite how this would have worked is hard to figure out -- Holland, Dozier, and Holland's skills were as songwriters, and in their work with a particular set of musicians -- so it's unsurprising that came to nothing. But recording at Stax was a different matter.  While Steve Cropper was a great songwriter in his own right, he was also adept at getting great sounds on covers of other people's material -- like on Otis Blue, the album he produced for Otis Redding in late 1965, which doesn't include a single Cropper original: [Excerpt: Otis Redding, "Satisfaction"] And the Beatles were very influenced by the records Stax were putting out, often namechecking Wilson Pickett in particular, and during the Rubber Soul sessions they had recorded a "Green Onions" soundalike track, imaginatively titled "12-Bar Original": [Excerpt: The Beatles, "12-Bar Original"] The idea of the group recording at Stax got far enough that they were actually booked in for two weeks starting the ninth of April, and there was even an offer from Elvis to let them stay at Graceland while they recorded, but then a couple of weeks earlier, the news leaked to the press, and Brian Epstein cancelled the booking. According to Cropper, Epstein talked about recording at the Atlantic studios in New York with him instead, but nothing went any further. It's hard to imagine what a Stax-based Beatles album would have been like, but even though it might have been a great album, it certainly wouldn't have been the Revolver we've come to know. Revolver is an unusual album in many ways, and one of the ways it's most distinct from the earlier Beatles albums is the dominance of keyboards. Both Lennon and McCartney had often written at the piano as well as the guitar -- McCartney more so than Lennon, but both had done so regularly -- but up to this point it had been normal for them to arrange the songs for guitars rather than keyboards, no matter how they'd started out. There had been the odd track where one of them, usually Lennon, would play a simple keyboard part, songs like "I'm Down" or "We Can Work it Out", but even those had been guitar records first and foremost. But on Revolver, that changed dramatically. There seems to have been a complex web of cause and effect here. Paul was becoming increasingly interested in moving his basslines away from simple walking basslines and root notes and the other staples of rock and roll basslines up to this point. As the sixties progressed, rock basslines were becoming ever more complex, and Tyler Mahan Coe has made a good case that this is largely down to innovations in production pioneered by Owen Bradley, and McCartney was certainly aware of Bradley's work -- he was a fan of Brenda Lee, who Bradley produced, for example. But the two influences that McCartney has mentioned most often in this regard are the busy, jazz-influenced, basslines that James Jamerson was playing at Motown: [Excerpt: The Four Tops, "It's the Same Old Song"] And the basslines that Brian Wilson was writing for various Wrecking Crew bassists to play for the Beach Boys: [Excerpt: The Beach Boys, "Don't Talk (Put Your Head on My Shoulder)"] Just to be clear, McCartney didn't hear that particular track until partway through the recording of Revolver, when Bruce Johnston visited the UK and brought with him an advance copy of Pet Sounds, but Pet Sounds influenced the later part of Revolver's recording, and Wilson had already started his experiments in that direction with the group's 1965 work. It's much easier to write a song with this kind of bassline, one that's integral to the composition, on the piano than it is to write it on a guitar, as you can work out the bassline with your left hand while working out the chords and melody with your right, so the habit that McCartney had already developed of writing on the piano made this easier. But also, starting with the recording of "Paperback Writer", McCartney switched his style of working in the studio. Where up to this point it had been normal for him to play bass as part of the recording of the basic track, playing with the other Beatles, he now started to take advantage of multitracking to overdub his bass later, so he could spend extra time getting the bassline exactly right. McCartney lived closer to Abbey Road than the other three Beatles, and so could more easily get there early or stay late and tweak his parts. But if McCartney wasn't playing bass while the guitars and drums were being recorded, that meant he could play something else, and so increasingly he would play piano during the recording of the basic track. And that in turn would mean that there wouldn't always *be* a need for guitars on the track, because the harmonic support they would provide would be provided by the piano instead. This, as much as anything else, is the reason that Revolver sounds so radically different to any other Beatles album. Up to this point, with *very* rare exceptions like "Yesterday", every Beatles record, more or less, featured all four of the Beatles playing instruments. Now John and George weren't playing on "Good Day Sunshine" or "For No One", John wasn't playing on "Here, There, and Everywhere", "Eleanor Rigby" features no guitars or drums at all, and George's "Love You To" only features himself, plus a little tambourine from Ringo (Paul recorded a part for that one, but it doesn't seem to appear on the finished track). Of the three songwriting Beatles, the only one who at this point was consistently requiring the instrumental contributions of all the other band members was John, and even he did without Paul on "She Said, She Said", which by all accounts features either John or George on bass, after Paul had a rare bout of unprofessionalism and left the studio. Revolver is still an album made by a group -- and most of those tracks that don't feature John or George instrumentally still feature them vocally -- it's still a collaborative work in all the best ways. But it's no longer an album made by four people playing together in the same room at the same time. After starting work on "Tomorrow Never Knows", the next track they started work on was Paul's "Got to Get You Into My Life", but as it would turn out they would work on that song throughout most of the sessions for the album -- in a sign of how the group would increasingly work from this point on, Paul's song was subject to multiple re-recordings and tweakings in the studio, as he tinkered to try to make it perfect. The first recording to be completed for the album, though, was almost as much of a departure in its own way as "Tomorrow Never Knows" had been. George's song "Love You To" shows just how inspired he was by the music of Ravi Shankar, and how devoted he was to Indian music. While a few months earlier he had just about managed to pick out a simple melody on the sitar for "Norwegian Wood", by this point he was comfortable enough with Indian classical music that I've seen many, many sources claim that an outside session player is playing sitar on the track, though Anil Bhagwat, the tabla player on the track, always insisted that it was entirely Harrison's playing: [Excerpt: The Beatles, "Love You To"] There is a *lot* of debate as to whether it's George playing on the track, and I feel a little uncomfortable making a definitive statement in either direction. On the one hand I find it hard to believe that Harrison got that good that quickly on an unfamiliar instrument, when we know he wasn't a naturally facile musician. All the stories we have about his work in the studio suggest that he had to work very hard on his guitar solos, and that he would frequently fluff them. As a technical guitarist, Harrison was only mediocre -- his value lay in his inventiveness, not in technical ability -- and he had been playing guitar for over a decade, but sitar only a few months. There's also some session documentation suggesting that an unknown sitar player was hired. On the other hand there's the testimony of Anil Bhagwat that Harrison played the part himself, and he has been very firm on the subject, saying "If you go on the Internet there are a lot of questions asked about "Love You To". They say 'It's not George playing the sitar'. I can tell you here and now -- 100 percent it was George on sitar throughout. There were no other musicians involved. It was just me and him." And several people who are more knowledgeable than myself about the instrument have suggested that the sitar part on the track is played the way that a rock guitarist would play rather than the way someone with more knowledge of Indian classical music would play -- there's a blues feeling to some of the bends that apparently no genuine Indian classical musician would naturally do. I would suggest that the best explanation is that there's a professional sitar player trying to replicate a part that Harrison had previously demonstrated, while Harrison was in turn trying his best to replicate the sound of Ravi Shankar's work. Certainly the instrumental section sounds far more fluent, and far more stylistically correct, than one would expect: [Excerpt: The Beatles, "Love You To"] Where previous attempts at what got called "raga-rock" had taken a couple of surface features of Indian music -- some form of a drone, perhaps a modal scale -- and had generally used a guitar made to sound a little bit like a sitar, or had a sitar playing normal rock riffs, Harrison's song seems to be a genuine attempt to hybridise Indian ragas and rock music, combining the instrumentation, modes, and rhythmic complexity of someone like Ravi Shankar with lyrics that are seemingly inspired by Bob Dylan and a fairly conventional pop song structure (and a tiny bit of fuzz guitar). It's a record that could only be made by someone who properly understood both the Indian music he's emulating and the conventions of the Western pop song, and understood how those conventions could work together. Indeed, one thing I've rarely seen pointed out is how cleverly the album is sequenced, so that "Love You To" is followed by possibly the most conventional song on Revolver, "Here, There, and Everywhere", which was recorded towards the end of the sessions. Both songs share a distinctive feature not shared by the rest of the album, so the two songs can sound more of a pair than they otherwise would, retrospectively making "Love You To" seem more conventional than it is and "Here, There, and Everywhere" more unconventional -- both have as an introduction a separate piece of music that states some of the melodic themes of the rest of the song but isn't repeated later. In the case of "Love You To" it's the free-tempo bit at the beginning, characteristic of a lot of Indian music: [Excerpt: The Beatles, "Love You To"] While in the case of "Here, There, and Everywhere" it's the part that mimics an older style of songwriting, a separate intro of the type that would have been called a verse when written by the Gershwins or Cole Porter, but of course in the intervening decades "verse" had come to mean something else, so we now no longer have a specific term for this kind of intro -- but as you can hear, it's doing very much the same thing as that "Love You To" intro: [Excerpt: The Beatles, "Here, There, and Everywhere"] In the same day as the group completed "Love You To", overdubbing George's vocal and Ringo's tambourine, they also started work on a song that would show off a lot of the new techniques they had been working on in very different ways. Paul's "Paperback Writer" could indeed be seen as part of a loose trilogy with "Love You To" and "Tomorrow Never Knows", one song by each of the group's three songwriters exploring the idea of a song that's almost all on one chord. Both "Tomorrow Never Knows" and "Love You To" are based on a drone with occasional hints towards moving to one other chord. In the case of "Paperback Writer", the entire song stays on a single chord until the title -- it's on a G7 throughout until the first use of the word "writer", when it quickly goes to a C for two bars. I'm afraid I'm going to have to sing to show you how little the chords actually change, because the riff disguises this lack of movement somewhat, but the melody is also far more horizontal than most of McCartney's, so this shouldn't sound too painful, I hope: [demonstrates] This is essentially the exact same thing that both "Love You To" and "Tomorrow Never Knows" do, and all three have very similarly structured rising and falling modal melodies. There's also a bit of "Paperback Writer" that seems to tie directly into "Love You To", but also points to a possible very non-Indian inspiration for part of "Love You To". The Beach Boys' single "Sloop John B" was released in the UK a couple of days after the sessions for "Paperback Writer" and "Love You To", but it had been released in the US a month before, and the Beatles all got copies of every record in the American top thirty shipped to them. McCartney and Harrison have specifically pointed to it as an influence on "Paperback Writer". "Sloop John B" has a section where all the instruments drop out and we're left with just the group's vocal harmonies: [Excerpt: The Beach Boys, "Sloop John B"] And that seems to have been the inspiration behind the similar moment at a similar point in "Paperback Writer", which is used in place of a middle eight and also used for the song's intro: [Excerpt: The Beatles, "Paperback Writer"] Which is very close to what Harrison does at the end of each verse of "Love You To", where the instruments drop out for him to sing a long melismatic syllable before coming back in: [Excerpt: The Beatles, "Love You To"] Essentially, other than "Got to Get You Into My Life", which is an outlier and should not be counted, the first three songs attempted during the Revolver sessions are variations on a common theme, and it's a sign that no matter how different the results might  sound, the Beatles really were very much a group at this point, and were sharing ideas among themselves and developing those ideas in similar ways. "Paperback Writer" disguises what it's doing somewhat by having such a strong riff. Lennon referred to "Paperback Writer" as "son of 'Day Tripper'", and in terms of the Beatles' singles it's actually their third iteration of this riff idea, which they originally got from Bobby Parker's "Watch Your Step": [Excerpt: Bobby Parker, "Watch Your Step"] Which became the inspiration for "I Feel Fine": [Excerpt: The Beatles, "I Feel Fine"] Which they varied for "Day Tripper": [Excerpt: The Beatles, "Day Tripper"] And which then in turn got varied for "Paperback Writer": [Excerpt: The Beatles, "Paperback Writer"] As well as compositional ideas, there are sonic ideas shared between "Paperback Writer", "Tomorrow Never Knows", and "Love You To", and which would be shared by the rest of the tracks the Beatles recorded in the first half of 1966. Since Geoff Emerick had become the group's principal engineer, they'd started paying more attention to how to get a fuller sound, and so Emerick had miced the tabla on "Love You To" much more closely than anyone would normally mic an instrument from classical music, creating a deep, thudding sound, and similarly he had changed the way they recorded the drums on "Tomorrow Never Knows", again giving a much fuller sound. But the group also wanted the kind of big bass sounds they'd loved on records coming out of America -- sounds that no British studio was getting, largely because it was believed that if you cut too loud a bass sound into a record it would make the needle jump out of the groove. The new engineering team of Geoff Emerick and Ken Scott, though, thought that it was likely you could keep the needle in the groove if you had a smoother frequency response. You could do that if you used a microphone with a larger diaphragm to record the bass, but how could you do that? Inspiration finally struck -- loudspeakers are actually the same thing as microphones wired the other way round, so if you wired up a loudspeaker as if it were a microphone you could get a *really big* speaker, place it in front of the bass amp, and get a much stronger bass sound. The experiment wasn't a total success -- the sound they got had to be processed quite extensively to get rid of room noise, and then compressed in order to further prevent the needle-jumping issue, and so it's a muddier, less defined, tone than they would have liked, but one thing that can't be denied is that "Paperback Writer"'s bass sound is much, much, louder than on any previous Beatles record: [Excerpt: The Beatles, "Paperback Writer"] Almost every track the group recorded during the Revolver sessions involved all sorts of studio innovations, though rarely anything as truly revolutionary as the artificial double-tracking they'd used on "Tomorrow Never Knows", and which also appeared on "Paperback Writer" -- indeed, as "Paperback Writer" was released several months before Revolver, it became the first record released to use the technique. I could easily devote a good ten minutes to every track on Revolver, and to "Paperback Writer"s B-side, "Rain", but this is already shaping up to be an extraordinarily long episode and there's a lot of material to get through, so I'll break my usual pattern of devoting a Patreon bonus episode to something relatively obscure, and this week's bonus will be on "Rain" itself. "Paperback Writer", though, deserved the attention here even though it was not one of the group's more successful singles -- it did go to number one, but it didn't hit number one in the UK charts straight away, being kept off the top by "Strangers in the Night" by Frank Sinatra for the first week: [Excerpt: Frank Sinatra, "Strangers in the Night"] Coincidentally, "Strangers in the Night" was co-written by Bert Kaempfert, the German musician who had produced the group's very first recording sessions with Tony Sheridan back in 1961. On the group's German tour in 1966 they met up with Kaempfert again, and John greeted him by singing the first couple of lines of the Sinatra record. The single was the lowest-selling Beatles single in the UK since "Love Me Do". In the US it only made number one for two non-consecutive weeks, with "Strangers in the Night" knocking it off for a week in between. Now, by literally any other band's standards, that's still a massive hit, and it was the Beatles' tenth UK number one in a row (or ninth, depending on which chart you use for "Please Please Me"), but it's a sign that the group were moving out of the first phase of total unequivocal dominance of the charts. It was a turning point in a lot of other ways as well. Up to this point, while the group had been experimenting with different lyrical subjects on album tracks, every single had lyrics about romantic relationships -- with the possible exception of "Help!", which was about Lennon's emotional state but written in such a way that it could be heard as a plea to a lover. But in the case of "Paperback Writer", McCartney was inspired by his Aunt Mill asking him "Why do you write songs about love all the time? Can you ever write about a horse or the summit conference or something interesting?" His response was to think "All right, Aunt Mill, I'll show you", and to come up with a lyric that was very much in the style of the social satires that bands like the Kinks were releasing at the time. People often miss the humour in the lyric for "Paperback Writer", but there's a huge amount of comedy in lyrics about someone writing to a publisher saying they'd written a book based on someone else's book, and one can only imagine the feeling of weary recognition in slush-pile readers throughout the world as they heard the enthusiastic "It's a thousand pages, give or take a few, I'll be writing more in a week or two. I can make it longer..." From this point on, the group wouldn't release a single that was unambiguously about a romantic relationship until "The Ballad of John and Yoko",  the last single released while the band were still together. "Paperback Writer" also saw the Beatles for the first time making a promotional film -- what we would now call a rock video -- rather than make personal appearances on TV shows. The film was directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg, who the group would work with again in 1969, and shows Paul with a chipped front tooth -- he'd been in an accident while riding mopeds with his friend Tara Browne a few months earlier, and hadn't yet got round to having the tooth capped. When he did, the change in his teeth was one of the many bits of evidence used by conspiracy theorists to prove that the real Paul McCartney was dead and replaced by a lookalike. It also marks a change in who the most prominent Beatle on the group's A-sides was. Up to this point, Paul had had one solo lead on an A-side -- "Can't Buy Me Love" -- and everything else had been either a song with multiple vocalists like "Day Tripper" or "Love Me Do", or a song with a clear John lead like "Ticket to Ride" or "I Feel Fine". In the rest of their career, counting "Paperback Writer", the group would release nine new singles that hadn't already been included on an album. Of those nine singles, one was a double A-side with one John song and one Paul song, two had John songs on the A-side, and the other six were Paul. Where up to this point John had been "lead Beatle", for the rest of the sixties, Paul would be the group's driving force. Oddly, Paul got rather defensive about the record when asked about it in interviews after it failed to go straight to the top, saying "It's not our best single by any means, but we're very satisfied with it". But especially in its original mono mix it actually packs a powerful punch: [Excerpt: The Beatles, "Paperback Writer"] When the "Paperback Writer" single was released, an unusual image was used in the advertising -- a photo of the Beatles dressed in butchers' smocks, covered in blood, with chunks of meat and the dismembered body parts of baby dolls lying around on them. The image was meant as part of a triptych parodying religious art -- the photo on the left was to be an image showing the four Beatles connected to a woman by an umbilical cord made of sausages, the middle panel was meant to be this image, but with halos added over the Beatles' heads, and the panel on the right was George hammering a nail into John's head, symbolising both crucifixion and that the group were real, physical, people, not just images to be worshipped -- these weren't imaginary nails, and they weren't imaginary people. The photographer Robert Whittaker later said: “I did a photograph of the Beatles covered in raw meat, dolls and false teeth. Putting meat, dolls and false teeth with The Beatles is essentially part of the same thing, the breakdown of what is regarded as normal. The actual conception for what I still call “Somnambulant Adventure” was Moses coming down from Mount Sinai with the Ten Commandments. He comes across people worshipping a golden calf. All over the world I'd watched people worshiping like idols, like gods, four Beatles. To me they were just stock standard normal people. But this emotion that fans poured on them made me wonder where Christianity was heading.” The image wasn't that controversial in the UK, when it was used to advertise "Paperback Writer", but in the US it was initially used for the cover of an album, Yesterday... And Today, which was made up of a few tracks that had been left off the US versions of the Rubber Soul and Help! albums, plus both sides of the "We Can Work It Out"/"Day Tripper" single, and three rough mixes of songs that had been recorded for Revolver -- "Doctor Robert", "And Your Bird Can Sing", and "I'm Only Sleeping", which was the song that sounded most different from the mixes that were finally released: [Excerpt: The Beatles, "I'm Only Sleeping (Yesterday... and Today mix)"] Those three songs were all Lennon songs, which had the unfortunate effect that when the US version of Revolver was brought out later in the year, only two of the songs on the album were by Lennon, with six by McCartney and three by Harrison. Some have suggested that this was the motivation for the use of the butcher image on the cover of Yesterday... And Today -- saying it was the Beatles' protest against Capitol "butchering" their albums -- but in truth it was just that Capitol's art director chose the cover because he liked the image. Alan Livingston, the president of Capitol was not so sure, and called Brian Epstein to ask if the group would be OK with them using a different image. Epstein checked with John Lennon, but Lennon liked the image and so Epstein told Livingston the group insisted on them using that cover. Even though for the album cover the bloodstains on the butchers' smocks were airbrushed out, after Capitol had pressed up a million copies of the mono version of the album and two hundred thousand copies of the stereo version, and they'd sent out sixty thousand promo copies, they discovered that no record shops would stock the album with that cover. It cost Capitol more than two hundred thousand dollars to recall the album and replace the cover with a new one -- though while many of the covers were destroyed, others had the new cover, with a more acceptable photo of the group, pasted over them, and people have later carefully steamed off the sticker to reveal the original. This would not be the last time in 1966 that something that was intended as a statement on religion and the way people viewed the Beatles would cause the group trouble in America. In the middle of the recording sessions for Revolver, the group also made what turned out to be their last ever UK live performance in front of a paying audience. The group had played the NME Poll-Winners' Party every year since 1963, and they were always shows that featured all the biggest acts in the country at the time -- the 1966 show featured, as well as the Beatles and a bunch of smaller acts, the Rolling Stones, the Who, the Yardbirds, Roy Orbison, Cliff Richard and the Shadows, the Seekers, the Small Faces, the Walker Brothers, and Dusty Springfield. Unfortunately, while these events were always filmed for TV broadcast, the Beatles' performance on the first of May wasn't filmed. There are various stories about what happened, but the crux appears to be a disagreement between Andrew Oldham and Brian Epstein, sparked by John Lennon. When the Beatles got to the show, they were upset to discover that they had to wait around before going on stage -- normally, the awards would all be presented at the end, after all the performances, but the Rolling Stones had asked that the Beatles not follow them directly, so after the Stones finished their set, there would be a break for the awards to be given out, and then the Beatles would play their set, in front of an audience that had been bored by twenty-five minutes of awards ceremony, rather than one that had been excited by all the bands that came before them. John Lennon was annoyed, and insisted that the Beatles were going to go on straight after the Rolling Stones -- he seems to have taken this as some sort of power play by the Stones and to have got his hackles up about it. He told Epstein to deal with the people from the NME. But the NME people said that they had a contract with Andrew Oldham, and they weren't going to break it. Oldham refused to change the terms of the contract. Lennon said that he wasn't going to go on stage if they didn't directly follow the Stones. Maurice Kinn, the publisher of the NME, told Epstein that he wasn't going to break the contract with Oldham, and that if the Beatles didn't appear on stage, he would get Jimmy Savile, who was compering the show, to go out on stage and tell the ten thousand fans in the audience that the Beatles were backstage refusing to appear. He would then sue NEMS for breach of contract *and* NEMS would be liable for any damage caused by the rioting that was sure to happen. Lennon screamed a lot of abuse at Kinn, and told him the group would never play one of their events again, but the group did go on stage -- but because they hadn't yet signed the agreement to allow their performance to be filmed, they refused to allow it to be recorded. Apparently Andrew Oldham took all this as a sign that Epstein was starting to lose control of the group. Also during May 1966 there were visits from musicians from other countries, continuing the cultural exchange that was increasingly influencing the Beatles' art. Bruce Johnston of the Beach Boys came over to promote the group's new LP, Pet Sounds, which had been largely the work of Brian Wilson, who had retired from touring to concentrate on working in the studio. Johnston played the record for John and Paul, who listened to it twice, all the way through, in silence, in Johnston's hotel room: [Excerpt: The Beach Boys, "God Only Knows"] According to Johnston, after they'd listened through the album twice, they went over to a piano and started whispering to each other, picking out chords. Certainly the influence of Pet Sounds is very noticeable on songs like "Here, There, and Everywhere", written and recorded a few weeks after this meeting: [Excerpt: The Beatles, "Here, There, and Everywhere"] That track, and the last track recorded for the album, "She Said She Said" were unusual in one very important respect -- they were recorded while the Beatles were no longer under contract to EMI Records. Their contract expired on the fifth of June, 1966, and they finished Revolver without it having been renewed -- it would be several months before their new contract was signed, and it's rather lucky for music lovers that Brian Epstein was the kind of manager who considered personal relationships and basic honour and decency more important than the legal niceties, unlike any other managers of the era, otherwise we would not have Revolver in the form we know it today. After the meeting with Johnston, but before the recording of those last couple of Revolver tracks, the Beatles also met up again with Bob Dylan, who was on a UK tour with a new, loud, band he was working with called The Hawks. While the Beatles and Dylan all admired each other, there was by this point a lot of wariness on both sides, especially between Lennon and Dylan, both of them very similar personality types and neither wanting to let their guard down around the other or appear unhip. There's a famous half-hour-long film sequence of Lennon and Dylan sharing a taxi, which is a fascinating, excruciating, example of two insecure but arrogant men both trying desperately to impress the other but also equally desperate not to let the other know that they want to impress them: [Excerpt: Dylan and Lennon taxi ride] The day that was filmed, Lennon and Harrison also went to see Dylan play at the Royal Albert Hall. This tour had been controversial, because Dylan's band were loud and raucous, and Dylan's fans in the UK still thought of him as a folk musician. At one gig, earlier on the tour, an audience member had famously yelled out "Judas!" -- (just on the tiny chance that any of my listeners don't know that, Judas was the disciple who betrayed Jesus to the authorities, leading to his crucifixion) -- and that show was for many years bootlegged as the "Royal Albert Hall" show, though in fact it was recorded at the Free Trade Hall in Manchester. One of the *actual* Royal Albert Hall shows was released a few years ago -- the one the night before Lennon and Harrison saw Dylan: [Excerpt: Bob Dylan, "Like a Rolling Stone", Royal Albert Hall 1966] The show Lennon and Harrison saw would be Dylan's last for many years. Shortly after returning to the US, Dylan was in a motorbike accident, the details of which are still mysterious, and which some fans claim was faked altogether. The accident caused him to cancel all the concert dates he had booked, and devote himself to working in the studio for several years just like Brian Wilson. And from even further afield than America, Ravi Shankar came over to Britain, to work with his friend the violinist Yehudi Menuhin, on a duet album, West Meets East, that was an example in the classical world of the same kind of international cross-fertilisation that was happening in the pop world: [Excerpt: Yehudi Menuhin and Ravi Shankar, "Prabhati (based on Raga Gunkali)"] While he was in the UK, Shankar also performed at the Royal Festival Hall, and George Harrison went to the show. He'd seen Shankar live the year before, but this time he met up with him afterwards, and later said "He was the first person that impressed me in a way that was beyond just being a famous celebrity. Ravi was my link to the Vedic world. Ravi plugged me into the whole of reality. Elvis impressed me when I was a kid, and impressed me when I met him, but you couldn't later on go round to him and say 'Elvis, what's happening with the universe?'" After completing recording and mixing the as-yet-unnamed album, which had been by far the longest recording process of their career, and which still nearly sixty years later regularly tops polls of the best album of all time, the Beatles took a well-earned break. For a whole two days, at which point they flew off to Germany to do a three-day tour, on their way to Japan, where they were booked to play five shows at the Budokan. Unfortunately for the group, while they had no idea of this when they were booked to do the shows, many in Japan saw the Budokan as sacred ground, and they were the first ever Western group to play there. This led to numerous death threats and loud protests from far-right activists offended at the Beatles defiling their religious and nationalistic sensibilities. As a result, the police were on high alert -- so high that there were three thousand police in the audience for the shows, in a venue which only held ten thousand audience members. That's according to Mark Lewisohn's Complete Beatles Chronicle, though I have to say that the rather blurry footage of the audience in the video of those shows doesn't seem to show anything like those numbers. But frankly I'll take Lewisohn's word over that footage, as he's not someone to put out incorrect information. The threats to the group also meant that they had to be kept in their hotel rooms at all times except when actually performing, though they did make attempts to get out. At the press conference for the Tokyo shows, the group were also asked publicly for the first time their views on the war in Vietnam, and John replied "Well, we think about it every day, and we don't agree with it and we think that it's wrong. That's how much interest we take. That's all we can do about it... and say that we don't like it". I say they were asked publicly for the first time, because George had been asked about it for a series of interviews Maureen Cleave had done with the group a couple of months earlier, as we'll see in a bit, but nobody was paying attention to those interviews. Brian Epstein was upset that the question had gone to John. He had hoped that the inevitable Vietnam question would go to Paul, who he thought might be a bit more tactful. The last thing he needed was John Lennon saying something that would upset the Americans before their tour there a few weeks later. Luckily, people in America seemed to have better things to do than pay attention to John Lennon's opinions. The support acts for the Japanese shows included  several of the biggest names in Japanese rock music -- or "group sounds" as the genre was called there, Japanese people having realised that trying to say the phrase "rock and roll" would open them up to ridicule given that it had both "r" and "l" sounds in the phrase. The man who had coined the term "group sounds", Jackey Yoshikawa, was there with his group the Blue Comets, as was Isao Bito, who did a rather good cover version of Cliff Richard's "Dynamite": [Excerpt: Isao Bito, "Dynamite"] Bito, the Blue Comets, and the other two support acts, Yuya Uchida and the Blue Jeans, all got together to perform a specially written song, "Welcome Beatles": [Excerpt: "Welcome Beatles" ] But while the Japanese audience were enthusiastic, they were much less vocal about their enthusiasm than the audiences the Beatles were used to playing for. The group were used, of course, to playing in front of hordes of screaming teenagers who could not hear a single note, but because of the fear that a far-right terrorist would assassinate one of the group members, the police had imposed very, very, strict rules on the audience. Nobody in the audience was allowed to get out of their seat for any reason, and the police would clamp down very firmly on anyone who was too demonstrative. Because of that, the group could actually hear themselves, and they sounded sloppy as hell, especially on the newer material. Not that there was much of that. The only song they did from the Revolver sessions was "Paperback Writer", the new single, and while they did do a couple of tracks from Rubber Soul, those were under-rehearsed. As John said at the start of this tour, "I can't play any of Rubber Soul, it's so unrehearsed. The only time I played any of the numbers on it was when I recorded it. I forget about songs. They're only valid for a certain time." That's certainly borne out by the sound of their performances of Rubber Soul material at the Budokan: [Excerpt: The Beatles, "If I Needed Someone (live at the Budokan)"] It was while they were in Japan as well that they finally came up with the title for their new album. They'd been thinking of all sorts of ideas, like Abracadabra and Magic Circle, and tossing names around with increasing desperation for several days -- at one point they seem to have just started riffing on other groups' albums, and seem to have apparently seriously thought about naming the record in parodic tribute to their favourite artists -- suggestions included The Beatles On Safari, after the Beach Boys' Surfin' Safari (and possibly with a nod to their recent Pet Sounds album cover with animals, too), The Freewheelin' Beatles, after Dylan's second album, and my favourite, Ringo's suggestion After Geography, for the Rolling Stones' Aftermath. But eventually Paul came up with Revolver -- like Rubber Soul, a pun, in this case because the record itself revolves when on a turntable. Then it was off to the Philippines, and if the group thought Japan had been stressful, they had no idea what was coming. The trouble started in the Philippines from the moment they stepped off the plane, when they were bundled into a car without Neil Aspinall or Brian Epstein, and without their luggage, which was sent to customs. This was a problem in itself -- the group had got used to essentially being treated like diplomats, and to having their baggage let through customs without being searched, and so they'd started freely carrying various illicit substances with them. This would obviously be a problem -- but as it turned out, this was just to get a "customs charge" paid by Brian Epstein. But during their initial press conference the group were worried, given the hostility they'd faced from officialdom, that they were going to be arrested during the conference itself. They were asked what they would tell the Rolling Stones, who were going to be visiting the Philippines shortly after, and Lennon just said "We'll warn them". They also asked "is there a war on in the Philippines? Why is everybody armed?" At this time, the Philippines had a new leader, Ferdinand Marcos -- who is not to be confused with his son, Ferdinand Marcos Jr, also known as Bongbong Marcos, who just became President-Elect there last month. Marcos Sr was a dictatorial kleptocrat, one of the worst leaders of the latter half of the twentieth century, but that wasn't evident yet. He'd been elected only a few months earlier, and had presented himself as a Kennedy-like figure -- a young man who was also a war hero. He'd recently switched parties from the Liberal party to the right-wing Nacionalista Party, but wasn't yet being thought of as the monstrous dictator he later became. The person organising the Philippines shows had been ordered to get the Beatles to visit Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos at 11AM on the day of the show, but for some reason had instead put on their itinerary just the *suggestion* that the group should meet the Marcoses, and had put the time down as 3PM, and the Beatles chose to ignore that suggestion -- they'd refused to do that kind of government-official meet-and-greet ever since an incident in 1964 at the British Embassy in Washington where someone had cut off a bit of Ringo's hair. A military escort turned up at the group's hotel in the morning, to take them for their meeting. The group were all still in their rooms, and Brian Epstein was still eating breakfast and refused to disturb them, saying "Go back and tell the generals we're not coming." The group gave their performances as scheduled, but meanwhile there was outrage at the way the Beatles had refused to meet the Marcos family, who had brought hundreds of children -- friends of their own children, and relatives of top officials -- to a party to meet the group. Brian Epstein went on TV and tried to smooth things over, but the broadcast was interrupted by static and his message didn't get through to anyone. The next day, the group's security was taken away, as were the cars to take them to the airport. When they got to the airport, the escalators were turned off and the group were beaten up at the arrangement of the airport manager, who said in 1984 "I beat up the Beatles. I really thumped them. First I socked Epstein and he went down... then I socked Lennon and Ringo in the face. I was kicking them. They were pleading like frightened chickens. That's what happens when you insult the First Lady." Even on the plane there were further problems -- Brian Epstein and the group's road manager Mal Evans were both made to get off the plane to sort out supposed financial discrepancies, which led to them worrying that they were going to be arrested or worse -- Evans told the group to tell his wife he loved her as he left the plane. But eventually, they were able to leave, and after a brief layover in India -- which Ringo later said was the first time he felt he'd been somewhere truly foreign, as opposed to places like Germany or the USA which felt basically like home -- they got back to England: [Excerpt: "Ordinary passenger!"] When asked what they were going to do next, George replied “We're going to have a couple of weeks to recuperate before we go and get beaten up by the Americans,” The story of the "we're bigger than Jesus" controversy is one of the most widely misreported events in the lives of the Beatles, which is saying a great deal. One book that I've encountered, and one book only, Steve Turner's Beatles '66, tells the story of what actually happened, and even that book seems to miss some emphases. I've pieced what follows together from Turner's book and from an academic journal article I found which has some more detail. As far as I can tell, every single other book on the Beatles released up to this point bases their account of the story on an inaccurate press statement put out by Brian Epstein, not on the truth. Here's the story as it's generally told. John Lennon gave an interview to his friend, Maureen Cleave of the Evening Standard, during which he made some comments about how it was depressing that Christianity was losing relevance in the eyes of the public, and that the Beatles are more popular than Jesus, speaking casually because he was talking to a friend. That story was run in the Evening Standard more-or-less unnoticed, but then an American teen magazine picked up on the line about the Beatles being bigger than Jesus, reprinted chunks of the interview out of context and without the Beatles' knowledge or permission, as a way to stir up controversy, and there was an outcry, with people burning Beatles records and death threats from the Ku Klux Klan. That's... not exactly what happened. The first thing that you need to understand to know what happened is that Datebook wasn't a typical teen magazine. It *looked* just like a typical teen magazine, certainly, and much of its content was the kind of thing that you would get in Tiger Beat or any of the other magazines aimed at teenage girls -- the September 1966 issue was full of articles like "Life with the Walker Brothers... by their Road Manager", and interviews with the Dave Clark Five -- but it also had a long history of publishing material that was intended to make its readers think about social issues of the time, particularly Civil Rights. Arthur Unger, the magazine's editor and publisher, was a gay man in an interracial relationship, and while the subject of homosexuality was too taboo in the late fifties and sixties for him to have his magazine cover that, he did regularly include articles decrying segregation and calling for the girls reading the magazine to do their part on a personal level to stamp out racism. Datebook had regularly contained articles like one from 1963 talking about how segregation wasn't just a problem in the South, saying "If we are so ‘integrated' why must men in my own city of Philadelphia, the city of Brotherly Love, picket city hall because they are discriminated against when it comes to getting a job? And how come I am still unable to take my dark- complexioned friends to the same roller skating rink or swimming pool that I attend?” One of the writers for the magazine later said “We were much more than an entertainment magazine . . . . We tried to get kids involved in social issues . . . . It was a well-received magazine, recommended by libraries and schools, but during the Civil Rights period we did get pulled off a lot of stands in the South because of our views on integration” Art Unger, the editor and publisher, wasn't the only one pushing this liberal, integrationist, agenda. The managing editor at the time, Danny Fields, was another gay man who wanted to push the magazine even further than Unger, and who would later go on to manage the Stooges and the Ramones, being credited by some as being the single most important figure in punk rock's development, and being immortalised by the Ramones in their song "Danny Says": [Excerpt: The Ramones, "Danny Says"] So this was not a normal teen magazine, and that's certainly shown by the cover of the September 1966 issue, which as well as talking about the interviews with John Lennon and Paul McCartney inside, also advertised articles on Timothy Leary advising people to turn on, tune in, and drop out; an editorial about how interracial dating must be the next step after desegregation of schools, and a piece on "the ten adults you dig/hate the most" -- apparently the adult most teens dug in 1966 was Jackie Kennedy, the most hated was Barry Goldwater, and President Johnson, Billy Graham, and Martin Luther King appeared in the top ten on both lists. Now, in the early part of the year Maureen Cleave had done a whole series of articles on the Beatles -- double-page spreads on each band member, plus Brian Epstein, visiting them in their own homes (apart from Paul, who she met at a restaurant) and discussing their daily lives, their thoughts, and portraying them as rounded individuals. These articles are actually fascinating, because of something that everyone who met the Beatles in this period pointed out. When interviewed separately, all of them came across as thoughtful individuals, with their own opinions about all sorts of subjects, and their own tastes and senses of humour. But when two or more of them were together -- especially when John and Paul were interviewed together, but even in social situations, they would immediately revert to flip in-jokes and riffing on each other's statements, never revealing anything about themselves as individuals, but just going into Beatle mode -- simultaneously preserving the band's image, closing off outsiders, *and* making sure they didn't do or say anything that would get them mocked by the others. Cleave, as someone who actually took them all seriously, managed to get some very revealing information about all of them. In the article on Ringo, which is the most superficial -- one gets the impression that Cleave found him rather difficult to talk to when compared to the other, more verbally facile, band members -- she talked about how he had a lot of Wild West and military memorabilia, how he was a devoted family man and also devoted to his friends -- he had moved to the suburbs to be close to John and George, who already lived there. The most revealing quote about Ringo's personality was him saying "Of course that's the great thing about being married -- you have a house to sit in and company all the time. And you can still go to clubs, a bonus for being married. I love being a family man." While she looked at the other Beatles' tastes in literature in detail, she'd noted that the only books Ringo owned that weren't just for show were a few science fiction paperbacks, but that as he said "I'm not thick, it's just that I'm not educated. People can use words and I won't know what they mean. I say 'me' instead of 'my'." Ringo also didn't have a drum kit at home, saying he only played when he was on stage or in the studio, and that you couldn't practice on your own, you needed to play with other people. In the article on George, she talked about how he was learning the sitar,  and how he was thinking that it might be a good idea to go to India to study the sitar with Ravi Shankar for six months. She also talks about how during the interview, he played the guitar pretty much constantly, playing everything from songs from "Hello Dolly" to pieces by Bach to "the Trumpet Voluntary", by which she presumably means Clarke's "Prince of Denmark's March": [Excerpt: Jeremiah Clarke, "Prince of Denmark's March"] George was also the most outspoken on the subjects of politics, religion, and society, linking the ongoing war in Vietnam with the UK's reverence for the Second World War, saying "I think about it every day and it's wrong. Anything to do with war is wrong. They're all wrapped up in their Nelsons and their Churchills and their Montys -- always talking about war heroes. Look at All Our Yesterdays [a show on ITV that showed twenty-five-year-old newsreels] -- how we killed a few more Huns here and there. Makes me sick. They're the sort who are leaning on their walking sticks and telling us a few years in the army would do us good." He also had very strong words to say about religion, saying "I think religion falls flat on its face. All this 'love thy neighbour' but none of them are doing it. How can anybody get into the position of being Pope and accept all the glory and the money and the Mercedes-Benz and that? I could never be Pope until I'd sold my rich gates and my posh hat. I couldn't sit there with all that money on me and believe I was religious. Why can't we bring all this out in the open? Why is there all this stuff about blasphemy? If Christianity's as good as they say it is, it should stand up to a bit of discussion." Harrison also comes across as a very private person, saying "People keep saying, ‘We made you what you are,' well, I made Mr. Hovis what he is and I don't go round crawling over his gates and smashing up the wall round his house." (Hovis is a British company that makes bread and wholegrain flour). But more than anything else he comes across as an instinctive anti-authoritarian, being angry at bullying teachers, Popes, and Prime Ministers. McCartney's profile has him as the most self-consciously arty -- he talks about the plays of Alfred Jarry and the music of Karlheinz Stockhausen and Luciano Berio: [Excerpt: Luciano Berio, "Momenti (for magnetic tape)"] Though he was very worried that he might be sounding a little too pretentious, saying “I don't want to sound like Jonathan Miller going on" --