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Best podcasts about Richard Johnson

Latest podcast episodes about Richard Johnson

Split Zone Duo
Week 7: Bye-owa

Split Zone Duo

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 36:21


Richard Johnson and Alex Kirshner take you on a 30-ish-minute trip through the interesting goings-on from college football's Week 7. Iowa's loss to Purdue could've been worse. Caleb Williams and Oklahoma have it figured out. The Tennessee trash discourse is already exhausting. TCU is done as a defense, a label, and a crew. Florida's and Texas's defenses are in shambles. UConn won! Liberty did not! Wisconsin-Army was like a science project. Pitt needs to beat Clemson. Arizona is a bottomless pit of sadness. Rank UTSA, and hey, why not UTEP, and subscribe to our Patreon at splitzoneduo.com. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

WSJ Your Money Briefing
How Older Workers Can Combat Ageism While Job Hunting

WSJ Your Money Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 13:39


From the WSJ Jobs Summit: Even as older Americans make up a larger percentage of the workforce, many find themselves facing age discrimination in their attempts to find a new job. The WSJ's Ray A. Smith and the Urban Institute's Richard Johnson discuss some of the challenges older workers face while job hunting, and ways to overcome them. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Paul Finebaum Show
Hour 3: Greg McElroy

The Paul Finebaum Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 41:21


Paul talks to his pal, ESPN CFB Analyst Greg McElroy, about an exciting week of CFB. Then, SEC Network's Richard Johnson and Spencer Hall of Thinking Out Loud stop by. Leo calls in to complain about how mean people are to Ed Orgeron.

The Paul Finebaum Show
Hour 3: Greg McElroy

The Paul Finebaum Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 42:26


Paul is joined by ESPN CFB Analyst Greg McElroy for a breakdown of Week 4. Then, SEC Network's Spencer Hall & Richard Johnson stop by ahead of Thinking Out Loud.

The Paul Finebaum Show
Hour 3: Greg McElroy, Spencer Hall, & Richard Johnson

The Paul Finebaum Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2021 42:06


Paul talks to ESPN CFB Analyst Greg McElroy about a wild week in CFB, including his Alabama Crimson Tide surviving a 31-29 battle with the Florida Gators. Then, SEC Network's Spencer Hall & Richard Johnson join ahead of Thinking Out Loud.

The Paul Finebaum Show
Hour 3: Shane Beamer, Spencer Hall, & Richard Johnson

The Paul Finebaum Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 43:15


Paul is joined by South Carolina HC Shane Beamer after the Gamecocks' victory over East Carolina on Saturday. Then, news breaks of USC HC Clay Helton's firing. SEC Network and Thinking Out Loud hosts Richard Johnson and Spencer Hall react to the news.

The Paul Finebaum Show
Hour 3: Greg McElroy, Spencer Hall, & Richard Johnson

The Paul Finebaum Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 41:03


Paul talks to ESPN CFB Analyst Greg McElroy about Week 1 in CFB. Then, SEC Network's Spencer Hall and Richard Johnson join the show ahead of their Monday night broadcast of Thinking Out Loud.

Chiney & Golic Jr.
Hour 2: Saturday is Almost Upon Us

Chiney & Golic Jr.

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2021 38:40


Mike Golic Jr. and Amber Wilson talk to college football lines with Chris "The Bear" Fallica, AFC North with Marcus Spears and SEC with Richard Johnson.

Split Zone Duo
Fine, let's talk about this absurd "alliance"

Split Zone Duo

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 66:58


Your co-hosts Richard Johnson, Steven Godfrey, and Alex Kirshner talk about the Big Ten/ACC/Pac-12 "alliance" plan. We're skeptical about it and think it's a lot heavier on brandspeak than actual solutions for anything, and we explain why. Then, let's talk about the Week 0 games, the future of "Week 0" as an entity, and Bryan Harsin and Nick Rolovich's recent failures. This show's Patreon page is at splitzoneduo.com, and we'd love to have you there. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Verbal Assault
281. Rocket Frog

Verbal Assault

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 101:41


We watch Feminist Boys Music Video. We go over the recent event with Chris Chan. Starship has now been stacked!!! Richard Johnson says, “Stay Healthy.” Dave asks Reddit for help to get better on Instacart. Keagull made a shirt that you can see for yourself and possibly get one in the future. Here's the link (https://www.customink.com/designs/verbal/zmd0-00b1-s3vd/twt) Leave a review on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify, or Soundcloud. Share us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/verbalassaultpodcast), Twitter (@_verbalassault_) and if you really want to show your love support us via Patreon (www.patreon.com/verbalassault) for $1.00 an episode. We would love to hear from you on Google Voice (865-316-6955.) We are now on Rumble, we will get the link shortly.

The Paul Finebaum Show
Hour 3: Richard Johnson

The Paul Finebaum Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2021 41:08


Richard Johnson of the Split Zone Duo joins Paul to talk about storylines in SEC football. Callers talk to Paul as well.

Going for Two
State of the SEC with Richard Johnson

Going for Two

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 61:00


Hosts Matt Brown and Bryan Fischer head south to find out just why it all means more with a look at the state of the SEC. Joining them is Richard Johnson of the Split Zone Duo podcast to discuss the surprise move by Oklahoma and Texas to join the league, reflect on the tenure of commissioner Greg Sankey and sort out some of the notable storylines surrounding coaches and ADs prior to the 2021 season.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Split Zone Duo
The SEC realignment and 2021 Sun Belt preview show

Split Zone Duo

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 75:42


Steven Godfrey joins Alex Kirshner and Richard Johnson for a two-part show this week. We were going to preview the 2021 season in the SEC and Sun Belt, but … uh … some news came up, so we talked for 40 or so minutes about Oklahoma, Texas, and the forthcoming wave of SEC-driven realignment. Then we previewed the Sun Belt's upcoming season, deciding to punt (Big Ten term) the SEC preview to an episode in the near future. Subscribe to our Patreon at splitzoneduo.com. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Holmes Archive of Electronic Music
Reggae Loves Electronic Keyboards

The Holmes Archive of Electronic Music

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 120:14


Episode 50 Reggae Loves Electronic Keyboards   Playlist The Wailers, “Lonsome Feelings” (sp) from The Wailers, The Mighty Vikings ‎– Lonsome Feelings/There She Goes (1964 Wincox). 45 RPM. Combo organ. Glen Adams, “Warming Up The Scene” from Roy Shirley/Glen Adams ‎– Warming Up The Scene/Lonely Girl (1968 Giant) 45 RPM. Combo organ. The Mellotones, “Uncle Desmond” from Sir Lord Comic & The Upsetters/The Mellotones ‎– Bronco (Django Shoots First)/Uncle Desmond (1968 Upsetter). 45 RPM. Combo organ. Lester Sterling, “Reggie In The Wind” from Lester Sterling/The Soul Set (3) ‎– Reggie In The Wind/Try Me One More Time (1968 Gas). 45 RPM. Combo organ riffs. A reggae version of Dylan's “Blowing in the Wind” by Jamaican saxophonist Sterling. The Upsetters, “Soul Juice” from Dave Barker/The Upsetters ‎– Prisoner Of Love/Soul Juice (1968 Upsetter) 45 RPM. Piano and combo organ. Eric Barnet, “The Horse” from Eric Barnet ‎– The Horse/Action Line (1968 Gas). 45 RPM. Combo organ, chords and riffs. Winston Wright and King Stitt, “Fire Corner” from The Dynamites ‎– Fire Corner (1969 Trojan). LP featuring keyboardist Wright. Likely a Hammond organ. The Upsetters, “Medical Operation” from The Upsetters ‎– Night Doctor/Medical Operation (1969 Upsetter). 45 RPM. Produced by Lee Perry. Probably a Hammond organ. Reggaeites, “Harris Wheel” from Derrick Morgan/Reggaeites ‎– Moon Hop/Harris Wheel (1969 Crab). 45 RPM. Combo organ. Upsetters, “Drugs And Poison” from Upsetters ‎– Stranger On The Shore/Drugs And Poison (1969 Upsetter). Probably a Hammond Organ. Winston Wright? Produced by Lee Perry. Ansel Collins, “Night Of Love” from Derrick Morgan/Ansel Collins ‎– Copy Cat/Night Of Love (1969 Beverley's Records). 45 RPM. Hammond organ. Ansel Collins, “Staccatto” from Pam Brooks/Ansell Collins ‎– Oh Me Oh My/Staccatto (1970 Big). 45 RPM. Hammond organ. Joe Gibbs, “Common People Reggae” from Nicky Thomas/Joe Gibbs ‎– Don't Touch Me/Common People Reggae (1970 Jogibs). 45 RPM. Produced by Joe Gibbs. The B side is a Hammond organ instrumental of “Love Of The Common People” by Nicky Thomas. Lord Comic, “Rhythm Rebellion” from Lord Comic/Roy Richards ‎– Rhythm Rebellion/Reggae Reggae Children (1970 Coxsone). 45 RPM. Hammond organ. I love the rap-like rhymes in the vocal. Bob Marley & The Wailers, “Soul Rebel” from Soul Rebels (1970 Trojan). LP. Produced by Lee Perry. Maybe Glen Adams on combo organ. Zorro Five, “Reggae Meadowlands”from Zorro Five ‎– Reggae Shhh!/Reggae Meadowlands (1970 Decca). 45 RPM. Combo organ. Lee Perry & The Upsetters, “Son Of Thunder” from Bob Marley & The Wailers/Lee Perry & The Upsetters ‎– My Cup/Son Of Thunder (1970 Upsetter). 45 RPM. Produced by Lee Perry, with lots of reverb for the voice and a bubbling organ part. The Maytals, “Peeping Tom” from The Maytals/Beverley's All-Stars* ‎– Peeping Tom (1970 Beverley's Records). 45 RPM. Combo organ. This piece plays twice but is part of an original single—the second part is instrumental and the organ is prominent. Robert Lynn & Sound Dimension, “Zip Code” from Robert Lynn & Sound Dimension/Carl Bryan & Sound Dimension ‎– Zip Code/Cover Charge (1971 Banana). Hammond organ, around the time that the reggae synthesizer appeared. Vulcans, “Joe Kidd” from Star Trek (1972 Trojan). LP. Guitar, Trevor Starr; keyboards, Joe Sinclair; Minimoog and ARP synthesizers, Ken Elliot. Vulcans, “Journey into Space” from Star Trek (1972 Trojan). LP. Guitar, Trevor Starr; keyboards, Joe Sinclair; Minimoog and ARP synthesizers, Ken Elliot. Vulcans, “Star Trek” from Star Trek (1972 Trojan). LP. Guitar, Trevor Starr; keyboards, Joe Sinclair; Minimoog and ARP synthesizers, Ken Elliot. Colonel Elliott & The Lunatics, “Guns Of The Martian Giants (Guns Of Navarone)” from Interstellar Reggae Drive (1973 Rhino). LP. Synthesizers, Ken Elliot. Jimmy Cliff, “World of Peace” from Unlimited (1973 EMI). LP. Hammond organ, Winston Wright; Mellotron, Flute, Strings, Cello, Synthesizer, Leslie Butler; Bass, Jackie Jackson; Drums, Winston Grennan; Piano; Gladstone Anderson; Lead Guitar, Hux Brown ; Percussion, Bingi Bunny, Bongo Herman, Denzil Laing, Sticky; Rhythm Guitar; Hux Brown; Tenor Saxophone, Flute, Tommy McCook Trombone, Alto Saxophone, Ron Wilson; Trumpet, Bobby Ellis; Backing Vocals, Bob Taylor, Glenton Taylor, Jean Watt, Judy Mowatt, Nora Dean, Ralston Webb, Rita Marley, Tesfa McDonald, The Heptones, Zoot Simms. Jimmy Cliff, “I've Been Dead 400 Years” from House Of Exile (1974 EMI). LP. Bass, Jackie Jackson; Hammond organ, Synthesizer, Clavinet, Winston Wright; Guitar, Hux Brown, Dad (Duggy) Bryan; Piano, Gladstone Anderson; Saxophone, Flute, Tommy McCook; Trumpet, Bobby Ellis. Ansel Collins, ‎”Far East Special” from The Admirals/Ansel Collins ‎– Natty Should Be Free/Far East Special (1975 Angen). This sounds like a synth and a Clavinet using a Wah Wah and echo. Very cool, Ansel. Bob Marley & The Wailers, “Positive Vibration” from Rastaman Vibration (1976 Island). LP. Backing Vocals, I Threes; Bass, Guitar, Percussion, Aston "Family Man" Barrett; Drums, Percussion, Carlton Barrett; Engineer, Alex Sadkin, Errol Thompson, Jack Nuber; Keyboards, possibly a Wurlitzer Omni 6500 dual keyboard synthesizer, Bass, Percussion, Backing Vocals, Tyrone Downie; Lead Guitar, Donald Kinsey; Lead Guitar, Rhythm Guitar, Percussion, Earl Smith*; Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Percussion, Bob Marley; Mixed By, Aston Barrett*, Chris Blackwell; Percussion, Alvin "Seeco" Patterson; Producer, Bob Marley & The Wailers. Third World, “Sun Won't Shine” from Third World (1976 Island). Bass, Richie; Drums, Cornel; Keyboards and synthesizers, Ibo; Lead Guitar, Cat; Lead Vocals, Prilly; Percussion, Carrot. Culture, “Two Sevens Clash” from Two Sevens Clash (1977 Joe Gibbs Record Globe). Alto Saxophone; Herman Marquis; Arranged by Errol T., Joe Gibbs; Bass, Lloyd Parks; Drums,  Noel Dunbar (Sly); Guitar,  Eric Lamout, Lennox Gordon, Robert Shakespear; Keyboards,  Errol Nelson, Franklyn Waul, Harold Butler; Percussion,  Sticky; Producer,  Errol T., Joe Gibbs; Tenor Saxophone,  Tommy McCook; Trombone,  Vin Gordon; Trumpet,  Bobby Ellis. Babatunde Tony Ellis, “Ire” from Babatunde Tony Ellis ‎– Disco Baby/Ire (1980 MNW). Backing Vocals, Monica Bring; Bass, Backing Vocals, Virimuje "Willie" Mbuende; Drums, Performer [Siren], Backing Vocals, Bosse Skoglund; Guitar, Minimoog, Hammond Organ, Clavinet, Piano, Percussion, Vocals; Tony Ellis; Percussion; Per Cussion; Trombone;  Anders Nordkvist, Renzo Spinetti; Trumpet, Tomas Sjögren. Delroy Wilson, “Hard to Say I'm Sorry” from Reggae Classics (1984 top Rank). ; Synthesizer, Robert Lyn; Backing Vocals, Dean Fraser, Dessie Roots, Junior Chin, Rudy Thomas; Bass,  Derrick Barnett, Lloyd Parkes; Drums,  Sly Dunbar; Horn,  Dean Fraser, Junior Chin; Lead Guitar,  Willie Lindo; Lead Vocals,  Delroy Wilson; Organ,  Robert Lyn, Winston Wright; Piano,  Robert Lyn; Rhythm Guitar,  Willie Lindo. Burning Spear, “Resistance” from Resistance (1985 Wea International). LP. Synthesizer; Richard Johnson, Robby Lyn; Written-By, Co-producer, Vocals, Drums [Akete]; Winston Rodney; Bass;  Anthony Bradshaw; Lead Guitar;  Lenford Richards*; Percussion;  Alvin Haughton; Piano, Organ, Keyboards [Casio Mt40 & Fender Rhodes];  Richard Johnson (2); Rhythm Guitar;  Devon Bradshaw; Saxophone;  Dean Frazer*; Trombone;  Nambo Robinson*; Trumpet;  Bobby Ellis, David Madden. Keith Sterling & The Turbos, “Computer Broom” from Computer (1985 Sunset Records). LP. Synthesizers, Keith Stirling. Collection of cover versions using the “Sleng Teng Riddim,” originally a Rock preset on the 1985 Casiotone MT-40 keyboard. It helped bring reggae into the digital era. This is an entire album of variations using the preset. Background music: The Dynamites, “John Public (Tom Hark)” from Trojan Records Instrumental Reggae Volume 1 (2015 Trojan). Originally released as a single in 1969. The Beverley's All Stars, “The Monster” from Trojan Records Instrumental Reggae Volume 1 (2015 Trojan). Originally released as a single in 1970. Opening and closing sequences voiced by Anne Benkovitz. Additional opening, closing, and other incidental music by Thom Holmes. For additional notes, please see my blog Noise and Notations.

Bottom of the Lineup
Episode 22The Tomas Show!

Bottom of the Lineup

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2021 42:15


Extra! Extra! Hear all about it! Episode 22 is hot and ready for your listening pleasure! This week Tomas and special guest Richard Johnson dive in and talk about all things NBA from season recap, playoff basketball, the Finals, and potential off season moves to come. You will also hear the return of the Tomas News Hour bringing you the top news in sports at the moment and also bringing back the hottest questions with Rapid Fire to keep Richard on his toes! Tune in and let us know how it is at the Bottom of the Lineup. #MakeThatMoneyWill

COVID Era - THE NEXT NORMAL with Dave Trafford
Corporate Email; Rocket Shapes; Richard Johnson

COVID Era - THE NEXT NORMAL with Dave Trafford

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2021 38:38


Jim wants a follow up on what is happening with newer music and producer Tony reads the email response he received from the boss. Jeff Bezos rocket is very phallic shaped.  Richard Johnson is the only person in the world to not post on social media about the shape of Jeff Bezos Rocket.

Split Zone Duo
The 2021 Big Ten and MAC preview show

Split Zone Duo

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2021 99:34


Alex Kirshner, Richard Johnson, and Steven Godfrey talk through a series of questions about FBS' two Midwestern conferences, then take a big list of questions. Preview season is upon us, which means football season is about to be upon us, too. If you're interested in subscribing to our Patreon, you can do so at splitzoneduo.com.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Paul Finebaum Show
Hour 1: Cole Cubelic & Richard Johnson

The Paul Finebaum Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 13, 2021 41:51


Tom Hart, filling in for Paul, was joined by Cole Cubelic of the SEC Network as well as Richard Johnson, Thinking Out Loud, Split Zone Duo Pod. They talked about the upcoming College Football season, including focusing on the SEC.

Antioch New Orleans Messages
Life to the Full: Week 3 | Richard Johnson

Antioch New Orleans Messages

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2021 37:44


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Split Zone Duo
Michigan, and how we talk about football coaches

Split Zone Duo

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2021 85:56


Steven Godfrey, Richard Johnson, and Alex Kirshner discuss the story surrounding sexual abuse at Michigan and how Bo Schembechler factors into the conversation. (Content warning: The opening segment of the show includes discussion of sexual abuse and its handling by college administrators and sports fans. It ends at the 31:14 mark of the show.) Much of that segment is about how we, as a college sports industry, build up coaches and then have trouble walking away from their legacies. Then the group discusses the soon-to-expand College Football Playoff, Richard defends the notion of Alabama losing multiple games, and we answer some good questions from listeners.

Business Travel On The Fly
Measuring success in sustainable travel, minus the greenwashing

Business Travel On The Fly

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2021 46:17


The pandemic prompted companies to take a closer look at the environmental impact of business travel. Now, as travel gradually begins to restart, we can expect sustainability to remain a key priority for many organizations.CWT's Richard Johnson, Senior Director, CWT Solutions Group speaks to a panel of experts representing different viewpoints—including airlines, environmental non-profits, TMCs, and travel buyers—to discuss a major point of contention in making corporate travel programs greener: how companies should set targets and measure success.LearnMeaningful, actionable ideas on how to measure success of carbon reduction initiatives.Best practice examples from customers and suppliers on delivering successful change.How to balance creating more sustainable programs with the financial implications of doing so.

Hold These Truths with Dan Crenshaw
How Critical Race Theory is Sabotaging Our Schools | Dr. Richard Johnson

Hold These Truths with Dan Crenshaw

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2021 74:27


The tenet of Critical Race Theory is that your skin color determines your fate in life. What happens when you teach children to believe that? Dr. Richard Johnson knows, and he's fighting to stop it and the rest of the woke left's Marxist ideology from being further incorporated into America's classrooms. He joins us to talk about the real change that's needed in our education culture, ending the school to prison pipeline in minority communities, and expanding access to school choice where it's needed most. Richard A. Johnson, Ed.D., is the director of the Texas Public Policy Foundation’s Booker T. Washington Initiative which examines the effects of public policy on African-American communities. An educator for more than 20 years, Johnson has extensive experience in teaching and research. He worked as a research assistant at the University of Texas Mental Science Institute in the early 90s, studying the efficacy of counseling and pharmacological therapy on cocaine and heroin addicts. He began counseling inner-city adolescent males and founded an academy for troubled boys which provided education, discipline and residential substance abuse treatment. In 2007 he began teaching and research in the areas of psychology and academic performance. A Texas native, he grew up in Houston’s Fifth Ward and graduated from Wiley College with a Bachelor’s in history and government. After obtaining his degree, he joined the U.S. Army where he not only obtained the rank of sergeant but also played for the All-Army Basketball Team. Following active duty, Johnson obtained a master’s degree in clinical psychology and then a doctoral degree in education administration from Texas Southern University. Most importantly, Johnson served as the President of the Louisiana Prison Chapel Foundation for nearly two decades, building more than 20 churches inside of prison walls. In addition, Johnson served as the co-founder and second president of 100 Black Men Metropolitan Houston, vice president of development for 100 Black Men San Antonio and co-chair of the education committee of the NAACP, Houston.  

Linus Wyrsch
Continuous Happy Hour

Linus Wyrsch

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2021 59:37


"The Jazz Hole with Linus features music from several new albums today: This Time The Dream's On Us by the Basel-based trio Yuri Storione/Jorge Rossy/Dominik Schürmann, Continuous by the Ottawa-based Miguel de Armas Quartet and Fearless by the Chicago-based saxophonist and composer Sharel Cassity. Plus several albums by NYC-based bands: I Love Being Here With You by Cait and the Critters (lead by vocalist Cait Jones), Three Part Invention by the Gabe Terracciano Trio and From Where We Came by bassist and composer Michael Feinberg. ------- Yuri Storione, Jorge Rossy, Dominik Schürmann - “Happy Hour” & “Father and Son” Album: This Time The Dream's On Us Yuri Storione (p, composer “Father and Son”, co-composer “Happy Hour”), Jorge Rossy (d) and Dominik Schürmann (b, co-composer “Happy Hour”) Cait and the Critters - Queer Album: I Love Being Here With You Cait Jones (voc, arr), Mariel Bildsten (tb, dir, arr), Michael Hashim (sax), Danny Jonokuchi (tp), Jocelyn Gould (g), Miki Yamanaka (p), Daniel Duke (b) and Rob Garcia (d) - written by George Gershwin & Ira Gershwin Gabe Terracciano Trio - “Gymnopédie No. 3” & “Dance for Jimmy” Album: Three Part Invention Gabe Terracciano (violin, viola), Josh Dunn (g) and Ian Hutchison (b) - Gymnopédie No. 3 written by Erik Satie ------- Michael Feinberg - “Cairo” & “Tryon” Album: From Where We Came Michael Feinberg (b), Dave Liebman (ss), Noah Preminger (ts), Gary Versace (p) and Ian Froman (d) Miguel de Armas - Continuous Album: Continuous Miguel de Armas (p, kbds), Marc Decho, Roberto Riverón (b), Michel Medrano Brindis (d), Diomer González, Joel Cuesta (congas), Samuel Formell (d, timbales), José Alberto Alvarez Batista (güiro) and Yasmina Proveyer (voc) Miguel de Armas - Gone Too Soon Album: Continuous Miguel de Armas (p, kbds), Marc Decho (b), Michel Medrano Brindis (d) and Diomer González (congas) ------- Sharel Cassity - Surrender Album: Fearless Sharel Cassity (as, ss, ts), Richard Johnson (p), Alex Claffy (b) and Mark Whitfield Jr. (d) 00:00 - The Jazz Hole with Linus 02:25 - Happy Hour - Yuri Storione, Jorge Rossy, Dominik Schürmann 08:50 - Queer - Cait and the Critters 11:37 - Gymnopédie No. 3 - Gabe Terracciano Trio 14:27 - Dance for Jimmy - Gabe Terracciano Trio 19:03 - The Jazz Hole with Linus 23:20 - Cairo - Michael Feinberg 28:43 - Tryon - Michael Feinberg 32:18 - Continuous - Miguel de Armas Quartet 38:27 - The Jazz Hole with Linus 40:01 - Gone Too Soon - Miguel de Armas Quartet 45:37 - Surrender - Sharel Cassity 51:12 - The Jazz Hole with Linus 52:44 - Father and Son - Yuri Storione, Jorge Rossy, Dominik Schürmann 59:37 - Finish "

Matched
The Pandemic of E-Cigarettes | Matched with Dr Richard Johnson

Matched

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2021 10:47


HIT SUBSCRIBE TO BE NOTIFIED ABOUT THE NEXT EPISODE Signup and start making connections here: https://www.matchmaker.fm/​​​ In season 2 of Matched, our founder, James Mulvany, gets to know some of the incredible people you can connect with on Matchmaker.fm. You can connect with Dr. Johnson over on Matchmaker.fm

Matched
The Pandemic of E-Cigarettes | Matched with Dr Richard Johnson

Matched

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2021 10:47


HIT SUBSCRIBE TO BE NOTIFIED ABOUT THE NEXT EPISODE Signup and start making connections here: https://www.matchmaker.fm/​​​ In season 2 of Matched, our founder, James Mulvany, gets to know some of the incredible people you can connect with on Matchmaker.fm. You can connect with Dr. Johnson over on Matchmaker.fm

Georgia Bulldogs Pawdcast
Shock and Ship with "Thinking Out Loud" & SZD Host Richard Johnson

Georgia Bulldogs Pawdcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2021 58:53


DJ won't tell us the recipe for the Shockarita, but we continue on to talk some Draft wrap-up for the Dogs, local news social media, and weather delays. We're joined by Richard Johnson, who knows the difference between a zone read and an RPO, and what he expects out of both Florida and UGA this coming season.

Split Zone Duo
The Grapes of CFB's Wrath

Split Zone Duo

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2021 93:02


Alex Kirshner, Richard Johnson, and Steven Godfrey discuss the 2020 census and how certain population shifts might affect college football in the long run, as has happened several times before. Plus a segment about Kansas' pick of Lance Leipold over Jeff Monken, why it happened, and what Buffalo should do next. Then answers to audience questions on TV deals, Maryland, Scot Loeffler, and what happens to Bama's booster culture whenever Nick Saban leaves.

The Final Furlong Podcast
Exclusive: Richard Johnson on Retirement and his glitter career in Racing

The Final Furlong Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2021 71:07


Proudly brought to you by TOTE.co.uk, Emmet Kennedy speaks exclusively to four time Champion Jockey and TOTE Ambassador Richard Johnson, about his shock retirement. Richard talks about why now was the right time to walk away from the saddle. He talks about his glittering career of over 30 years and his plans to remain involved in Racing. He also talks about the changes he'd make to Jumps Racing for the good of the sport, his rivalry & friendship with McCoy and the current Irish Domination of the top UK meetings. Show Your FFP Support with Likes & Shares on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook

Sports Scene With Steve Russell Show Replay
Sport Scene With Steve Russell Rewind 4-20-2021

Sports Scene With Steve Russell Show Replay

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2021 117:25


Richard Johnson discussed the upcoming wild year in NCAA Athletics, as well as pick potential Gator Football players that will be selected in the NFL Draft. Jacksonville University Baseball Head Coach Chris Hayes discussed JU's matchup tonight against Florida at 7PM.

Sports Scene With Steve Russell Show Replay
Sport Scene With Steve Russell Interview Richard Johnson

Sports Scene With Steve Russell Show Replay

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2021 11:35


Richard Johnson stops by Sport Scene, with Steve Russell, to discuss the upcoming wild year in NCAA Athletics, as well as pick potential Gator Football players that will be selected in the NFL Draft.

Big Blend Radio
Big Blend Radio: Summer and Outdoor Fun in Natchitoches, Louisiana

Big Blend Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2021 62:00


Join Nancy J. Reid and Lisa D. Smith, the mother-daughter travel team and publishers of Big Blend Magazines, for Big Blend Radio’s Vacation Station Travel Show. This episode focuses on outdoor and summer fun in Natchitoches, Louisiana with Arlene Gould and Kelli West of Natchitoches Convention and Visitors Bureau, as well as Richard Johnson of the Caroline Dorman “Briarwood” Preserve. Natchitoches is the original French Colony and oldest city in Louisiana, and is part of the El Camino Real de los Tejas National Historical Trail, and is home to Cane River Creole National Historical Park, the Cane River National Heritage Area, Melrose Plantation, Kisatchie National Forest, and Louisiana Sports Hall of Fame & Northwest Louisiana History Museum. Featured music is “Mori” Forest Song by Yagull.

The Paul Finebaum Show
Hour 4: Richard Johnson & Kyle Peterson

The Paul Finebaum Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2021 37:28


Richard Johnson, Thinking Out Loud and Split Zone Duo Podcast, joins the show to talk about the draft and why the Jets are so enamored by Zach Wilson. He also talks about how Mac Jones compares to the rest of the draft. ESPN College Baseball analyst, Kyle Peterson, joins the show to talk about how dominant Vanderbilt has been but also where their weaknesses lie.

Racing Post
Richard Johnson & Jonjo O'Neill | Racing Riot Podcas‪t‬

Racing Post

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2021 39:02


Joshua Stacey and Charlie Poste talk to legendary trainer Jonjo O'Neill, who saddles Cloth Cap, the 2021 Randox Grand National favourite. The lads also catch up with four-time champion jockey, Richard Johnson, who announced his retirement at Newton Abbot on Saturday.Subscribing to this podcast could be the best thing you've done as a racing fan! We want to hear your views on the topics talked about during the pod. Get in touch over on Twitter (@RacingRiot, @TheRacingJosh & @CharliePoste).Subscribe for free on Apple Podcast, Spotify, RSS, iHeart, TuneIn, CastBox, Stitcher, RadioPublic & Google Play and Android Podcast apps.

In The Money Players' Podcast
Nick Luck Daily Ep 196 - Grand National Week - Part I

In The Money Players' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2021 29:02


Nick is joined by David Yates of the Daily Mirror to launch the coverage of this year's Randox Grand National. Guests today include Tom Scudamore, the man charged with riding favourite Cloth Cap in the world's most famous horserace having been unsuccessful in 19 previous attempts in the race. Nick also catches up with Aintree's Clerk of the Course Sulekha Varma, as the world watches the most celebrated and scrutinised sporting venue, plus trainer Henry Daly pays tribute to the amazing and long lasting career of his great friend and ally Richard Johnson, which came to an end on Saturday evening.

Luck On Sunday Podcast
Richard Johnson Tribute

Luck On Sunday Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2021 29:35


Following 4-time Champion NH Jockey Richard Johnson's shock retirement. Nick caught up with him on video call to reflect on his fantastic career in & out of the saddle.

Luck On Sunday Podcast
Luck On Sunday - Episode 90

Luck On Sunday Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2021 60:22


Episode 90 of the Luck On Sunday Podcast. Nick Luck was joined in the new studio byThe Mirror's Dave Yates. During the show they were joined by Richard Johnson to reflect on his recent shock retirement news. They also caught up with a number of other guests ahead of next weekend's Grand National meeting.

PFF College Football Podcast
Split Zone Duo's Richard Johnson Joins the Show

PFF College Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 6, 2021 83:57


Split Zone Duo's Richard Johnson joins hosts Seth Galina and Diante Lee to recap the last couple weeks in the college football realm. Richard explains what is going on with the NCAA in court and how things are shaking out at Kansas after the dismissals of both Jeff Long and Les Miles. The crew also discusses how coverages have changed over the last few years and how receiver body types have made them almost unplayable in the modern game.

Nick Luck Daily Podcast
Ep 196 - Grand National Week - Part I

Nick Luck Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2021 29:01


Nick is joined by David Yates of the Daily Mirror to launch the coverage of this year's Randox Grand National. Guests today include Tom Scudamore, the man charged with riding favourite Cloth Cap in the world's most famous horserace having been unsuccessful in 19 previous attempts in the race. Nick also catches up with Aintree's Clerk of the Course Sulekha Varma, as the world watches the most celebrated and scrutinised sporting venue, plus trainer Henry Daly pays tribute to the amazing and long lasting career of his great friend and ally Richard Johnson, which came to an end on Saturday evening.

The Counter: An NFL Podcast by For The Win
The Counter: An NFL Podcast by For The Win - Richard Johnson, of the Split Zone Duo Podcast and SEC Network’s ‘Thinking Out Loud,’ talks about his Jaguars and Trevor Lawrence's imminent arrival

The Counter: An NFL Podcast by For The Win

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2021 53:35


The Counter returns after a week off. Chris Korman was out and we had Richard Johnson, of the Split Zone Duo Podcast and SEC Network’s ‘Thinking Out Loud,’ on to talk about his Jaguars and Trevor Lawrence's imminent arrival.   On the episode, we cover… How Jaguars fans are feeling knowing they have a legit generational QB prospect coming to town? How long will it take for Urban Meyer and Lawrence to turn the Jaguars around? Should the Jaguars be considering any of the other top QB prospects with the No. 1 pick?  Plus mailbag questions, including which NFL head coach is most likely to get a boat stuck in the Suez Canal and how many Houston Texans can we name?  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Split Zone Duo
Vanderbilt: the Fresno of the South?

Split Zone Duo

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 23, 2021 69:58


Banner Society reporter Steven Godfrey joins Richard Johnson and Alex Kirshner for in-depth check-ins on the Kansas AD and coach searches (they're different things), Vanderbilt's new administration under Clark Lea, Fresno State's chances at a big jump in 2021, and how the transfer market and conversations about "experience" will look different going forward.

The Athletic Football Show: A show about the NFL
Under-the-radar free agents with Nate Tice + crafting the perfect Jaguars’ offseason with Richard Johnson

The Athletic Football Show: A show about the NFL

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2021 107:23


Robert Mays and Nate Tice begin the show by discussing the surprise cuts on the Chiefs’ offensive line as well as Matt Milano’s four-year extension with the Bills. Then they dive into several under-the-radar free agents, including Corey Davis, Matt Feiler, Trey Hendrickson and more. Plus, Richard Johnson sits down with Robert to create the perfect Jaguars’ offseason. They discuss the team’s blank slate, where they should be spending the most money in free agency and the future landscape of the AFC South.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Watford FC Official Club Podcast
Hive Live Academy Special | Richard Johnson & Tommy Mooney

Watford FC Official Club Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2021 18:40


Tommy Mooney and Richard Johnson joined Emma Saunders in the Hive Live studio to discuss Watford's Academy prospects - featuring an exclusive interview with Joe Hungbo, who recently made his league debut for the Hornets.The trio also discuss future plans for the Academy and the importance of providing pathways for young players into the professional game.

Watford FC Official Club Podcast
Hive Live Extra | Watford 2-0 Wycombe Wanderers | 03/03/2021

Watford FC Official Club Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2021 20:06


Andre Gray joins Emma Saunders, Tommy Mooney and Richard Johnson in the Hive Live studio as the Hornets beat Wycombe Wanderers 2-0 at Vicarage Road in the EFL Championship. A double from the striker was the difference for the Golden Boys, who got back to winning ways.HIT THAT SUBSCRIBE BUTTON!

Molecule to Market: Inside the outsourcing space

In this episode of Molecule to Market, your host, Raman Sehgal, discusses the pharmaceutical and biotechnology supply chain with guest Richard Johnson, Founding Director of Upperton Pharma Solutions. With more than 25 years of experience in the industry, Richard is a founding director of two, successful pharmaceutical companies. He has authored 30 scientific publications and is the named-inventor on more than 20 patents. His research experience spans a broad range of scientific disciplines particularly in the field of pharmaceutical spray drying and drug delivery. This knowledge has been used in the successful development of a number of pharmaceutical products from early research to testing on patients.Your host, Raman Sehgal, discusses the pharmaceutical and biotechnology supply chain with Richard, covering:Greater collaboration and alliance between smaller, specialist early phase contract service providers as a way to compete against the global one-stop-shops.Increased demand for nasal and pulmonary delivery as a result oft the pandemic. And why Richard was not surprised to see a Covid-19 vaccine developed so quickly.The contrast of founding a steady 20-year growth business and the another that exited in just five years.The increasing demand and application for spray drying technology to solve modern pharmaceutical development challenges.Please subscribe, tell your industry colleagues and join us in celebrating and promoting the value and importance of the global life science outsourcing space. We’d also love a positive rating! Molecule to Market is sponsored and funded by ramarketing, an international content, design and digital agency that helps companies get noticed, raise profile and generate leads in life sciences. 

The Cross and the Crown
G.O.S.P.E.L.: A Precious Faith

The Cross and the Crown

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 21, 2021 42:58


In this episode, we examine the lives of William Cowper, John Newton, Wilberforce, and Richard Johnson. Faith in Christ is the mark of the faithful. But what is faith? What is the fruit of fruit? 

Be A Lady: A semi educational, mostly informal, relationship podcast

This week's episode covers the long and short of all things dick. Does size matter? Cut or uncut? What is a selfish lover? Have you ever been "dicknotized?" Ali and Chev discuss what they know about dick and offer just the tip on how to please. **** Use promo code BEALADY on splendidsia.com to save 50% off their beautiful necklaces, earrings, bracelets, and rings! ****** Be A Lady Podcast strictly represents the opinions of Ali, Chev, and our occasional guest(s). Views and opinions expressed in the podcast are our own and do not represent that of our places of work. The content spoken about here should not be taken as medical advice and is meant for informational purposes only, and because each person is so unique, please do not use what is said on this show as advice to replace real professional therapy. If there are things you find useful here, great. In the end, we are here for your entertainment. Please also keep in mind Be A Lady Podcast is not a “G” rated show and includes adult language and topics; some of which may not be suitable for all audiences. If you find some topics triggering for your own traumas we encourage you to skip that episode. While we make every effort to ensure that the information we are sharing is accurate, we welcome any comments, suggestions, or corrections of errors. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bealadypodcast/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bealadypodcast/support

Split Zone Duo
The Playoff preview, Notre Dame, and coach carousel

Split Zone Duo

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2020 83:15


Steven Godfrey, Richard Johnson, and Alex Kirshner preview the College Football Playoff semifinals and have an extended discussion about Notre Dame's place in the sport in 2020. Then, a dive into Auburn's hire of Bryan Harsin and the strong power move made by athletic director Allen Greene, trying (and failing) to figure out a good reason for Arizona's Jedd Fisch hire, and evaluating whether ULM should continue trying to play FBS football after hiring Terry Bowden. Finally: Answering some audience questions on defensive scheming, Pitt's future, the effect of coming transfer rules, and why expanded conference schedules aren't here to stay.

The Football Analytics Show by The Power Rank and Ed Feng
Richard Johnson on College Football Championship Week, 2020

The Football Analytics Show by The Power Rank and Ed Feng

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2020 52:54


Richard Johnson, a college football writer whose work appears on the SEC Network, Washington Post and FiveThirtyEight, joins me to break down championship week. First, he tells us how analytics informs his coverage, and his beautiful description applies quite generally. Then Richard describes how to fix the lack of black head coaches in college football. Next, we break down Clemson vs Notre Dame, Alabama vs Florida and Ohio State vs Northwestern. Finally, we find a common love for the same cuisine.

Vacation Bible School
CHRISTMAS FELLOWSHIP: Jacksonville Jesus & Militant Mary

Vacation Bible School

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2020 82:51


Taking a break from storyline order for some holiday spirit: Matthew 1-2 and Luke 1-2, plus some Mark! Welcome aboard Richard Johnson, Matt Brown, Sara Cannon, and some of our Associate Pastors for an interdenominational exchange: what Christmas stuff did we set on fire as kids? Lots of talk about rent-a-camels, prophecy-checklist donkeys, Christmastime sports, the pageants and musicals we've ruined, and that time New York City invented Santa (no, for real) Reviews of three great Christmas history books: What Christmas stuff is ACTUALLY in the Bible? The "three" "kings" "at the Nativity," for example? Show notes and other stuff available at patreon.com/vbspodcast. All VBS revenues from December 2020 (including new VBS shirts at Homefield Apparel) will go to Feeding America

The Paul Finebaum Show
Hour 1: Richard Johnson

The Paul Finebaum Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2020 40:47


Richard Johnson of ESPN's "Thinking Out Loud" joins the show to talk about subject matter surrounding College Football. Callers weigh in on Ohio State sneaking into the BIG10 Championship despite not meeting the qualifications.