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Los Angelenos is the second song on Streetlife Serenade and the 4th track on Songs in the Attic. The song was originally written with Rod Stewart in mind. If anyone can hook us up with Porchfest 2022, we'd greatly appreciate it. We didn't know what it was either until we recorded this episode. Now, it's all the rage. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Monday! Jan 3rd 2022! Join us for our first guest of 2022! Jon Statham was raised on music. His father worked at country music station WQIX, interviewing country music stars such as Loretta Lynn and Tanya Tucker. One time, during a live music broadcast, he was visited by members of Hank Williams band, who stopped in to play after hearing his broadcast. Jon Statham - fiddleOne knew when they entered the Statham home, that this family treasured music. Whether it was dad playing guitar and singing country and folk songs from the 30's and 40's, to mom and the kids assigning vocal parts to an Irish ballad for church. There always seemed to be music flowing through the house. Jon has honed his singing, guitar playing, and songwriting into a style that honors the classics, as well as offering a new voice that forwards the tradition of great rock, pop, and country music. He had the pleasure of working with producer J.J. Blair on the soundtrack for the Warner Brothers DVD film The Utopian Society. J.J. is known for his work on the Rod Stewart album “The Great American Songbook III” and for his work with the late June Carter Cash. Jon arranged and sang backup vocals for some of the various artists that are on the soundtrack. He has since played and produced thousands of recordings for artists all over the world. Jon has lived and played music in New York, Nashville and Los Angeles and fills his days doing a lot of vocal studio work and writing songs. Join us LIVE every Tuesday at 8 pm EST 7PM Central https://lnkd.in/eRbxWUB Thank you for watching and supporting our channel! To further support and become part of our Counterparts Crew, Please visit our merch store! https://lnkd.in/egMwAmT You may also email us at email@example.com. We love to hear from our viewers!
The intriguing sound of one of the most memorable music talents in all of history...Rod Stewart joins us. The music group Survivor bring so many memories to our stage. Then Grady comes along with memories of his own. Enjoy!
What is the plural of mongoose? Rod Stewart opined in his famous eighties' song Infatuation, “Oh no, not again, it hurts so good, I don't understand” about a new love in his life. Love may not be the emotion leaders experience as we adjust to another generation entering the workforce. Tragically, many organizations (and supervisors) have not adapted to millennials and are about to become two generations behind. What does this mean for the modern workplace?
Esta semana volvemos a Arco FM Cantabria y repasamos, bingo en mano, la lista de mejores albums internacionales de 2001. Este año Wolf Alice se nos cuela de calle como nuestro mejor trabajo internacional publicado en 2021 en una lista bien heterogénea donde tenemos rock, pop, synth, indie, soul, rhythm and blues, folk e incluso música disco. Un año en que bandas clásicas como ABBA, Garbage, The Blow Monkeys, Deacon Blue, Texas, The Stranglers o Duran Duran sacaron trabajos incontestables en su campo y artistas ya consagrados como Rod Stewart, Paul Weller, Dave Gahan, Nick Cave, Lindsey Buckingham, Moby, Vangelis, Diana Ross, Sting o Prince fueron de los que más pinchamos en nuestras casas en doce meses que también marcaron los esperados regresos por la puerta grande de gente como Weezer (por partida doble), Foo Fighters, Roosevelt o Chvrches. ¿Alguien da más? Recuerda que estamos todos los miércoles a las 18:00 y los sábados a las 12:00 en Arco FM Cantabria. 103.2 FM en Cantabria y arcofm.com/escuchar para el resto del mundo. Y en todas las redes sociales para que no pierdas detalle de la música más emergente y alternativa.. Sigue nuestros podcast en: Spotify, Itunes, Ivoox y Soundcloud
The Christmas chart of the year have The K*nts made it to the top with their second call out of Boris Johnson? Has LadBaby made history with Ed Sheeran and Elton John? Or have Ed and Elton held on for Christmas with their brand new Crimbo tune?Albums have stiff competition from Michael Buble and Rod Stewart and Ed Sheeran for Adele, has she made week no.5 atop the album chart?Loads of Christmas smashes and a whole lotta fun to get you going. Enjoy!
It's time to say goodbye to the Motown box set, which has given us some absolutely amazing music! Fittingly, we're closing it out with Stevie Wonder, but first we had to get through a bunch of Commodores songs. We also talked about Halloween candy, yacht rock, and whether carrots can feel pain, so it's a very typical Discord & Rhyme episode. The Commodores - Three Times a LadyDiana Ross - The BossThe Commodores - Sail OnThe Commodores - StillStevie Wonder - Send One Your LoveStevie Wonder - Pastime ParadiseCohosts: Rich Bunnell, John McFerrin, Amanda RodgersTheme music: "The Motown Song" by Rod Stewart feat. the TemptationsGet early access to bonus episodes on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/discordpod
WARNING. This podcast contains explicit chat, opinions of our very own and all the naughty bits that should be kept in the diary, but we wanna share it all with you...On the 61st episode of Jolly Diaries, Jo and Holly catch us up over the last few weeks, Holly tells all about the Royal Variety, meeting fun police officers, while Jo tell us all about the M26, touring and her latest love life. As well as anonymous confessions and unfiltered chat about getting a takeaway of Christmas day... Get in touch and share your confessions, questions and stories with us at jollydiaries.com or email us firstname.lastname@example.org. Hosted by: Joanne Bacon-Harper and Holly Brewer.
Phil and Jake are joined by singer-songwriter Tim Hause to rank volcanoes and the song “American Pie” by Don McLean on the List of Every Damn Thing.Follow Tim on Instagram (@timbillhause) and Twitter (@timBILLhause). Check out his collaboration with brother Dave Hause on the fantastic new record “Blood Harmony” (which you can also find on Spotify & Apple Music). And see them play live near you! If you have something to add to the list, email it to email@example.com (or get at us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook). We also have a subreddit!SHOW NOTES: Phil looked up people pronouncing “human” like “yu-man” and apparently it's how people in NYC, Philadelphia and some places in Ireland say it. Phil is from rural California and although he used to live in NYC, he moved there as an adult. This clip features a scientific explanation of how Paul Bunyan and Babe the Big Blue Ox created the Grand Teton mountain range by roughhousing. We discuss a number of volcanic-relevant geographical locations including Mount St. Helens, The Road to Hana, Mount Shasta, Panum Crater, Pompeii, Arenal Volcano and Long Valley Caldera. Dr. Pimple Popper is a dermatologist who makes videos of pimples being popped. Look, the world isn't always that great, this sort of stuff is out there. We briefly discuss a volcano that erupted in the 19th Century, affecting global weather patterns and creating a year without a summer. The eruption in question was that of Mount Tambora in 1815 (the Year Without a Summer was the following year). It's also hypothesized that a similar thing happened in the 6th Century. Joe Vs. the Volcano is a 1990 film by John Patrick Shanley (Moonstruck) starring Tom Hanks & Meg Ryan (in multiple roles). It's a fun movie that lost a lot of money. Phil talks about underwater animals that survive from “geothermal” heat, but the real term is "hydrothermal vent". These animals have a whole little ecosystem that doesn't need sunlight. They live in one of the few truly alien environments on Earth. Jake mentions the use of McLean's song in Black Widow, but we can't remember the name of the character Yelena Belova. “The Day the Music Died” is a reference to Feb. 3, 1959, when Buddy Holly, Richie Valens & Big Bopper died in a plane crash. Jake mentions the 1969 Altamont Free Concert, which is considered one of the end-markers of the 1960s. He incorrectly refers to the killing of a woman at the concert, when in fact it was an eighteen-year-old man (named Meredith) who was stabbed to death. Three other people also died at the concert. Songs we compare “American Pie” to include “Black Betty” by Ram Jam, “Turn! Turn! Turn!” by The Byrds, “Cats In the Cradle” by Harry Chapin, “You're So Vain” by Carly Simon, “The First Cut is the Deepest” by Rod Stewart, “Night Moves” by Bob Seager, “Mrs. Robinson” by Simon & Garfunkel, “The Saga Begins” by “Weird Al” Yankovic, “Cherry Pie” by Warrant, “Sweet Potato Pie” by Domino, “Do You Know the Way to San Jose” by Dionne Warwick and “Roly Poly” by Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys. We compare it to a few Billy Joel songs (“We Didn't Start the Fire”, “Piano Man” and “Only the Good Die Young”). There's been an ongoing reassessment of Billy Joel (since about 2009 when this LA times blog defended him). Here's a Vice defense, and here's Jon Gabrus' "High and Mighty" Billy Joel episode. We also discuss Taylor Swift's “All Too Well” and the “American Pie” cover by Madonna. Don McLean's twenty-seven year-old girlfriend is Paris Dylan. She and former NBA player Chris "Birdman" Andersen were both victims of a catfishing scheme a few years ago that's too weird to even explain but here's an honest attempt. Here's the Cocaine & Rhinestones episode on the Louvin Brothers (which talks about blood harmonies). We never say the name of their band, but when we talk about Matt Hock & Dave Walsh we're of course talking about Space Cadet. ALSO DISCUSSED IN THIS EPISODE:Hawaii * lava * wolves * hot springs * lava insurance * Bruce Springsteen * Shakira * anti-diarrhea medicine * Pee-Wee Herman * firefighters * the Golden Gate Bridge * songwriting * Waylon Jennings * Boomers * radio edits * ponies * Michael Caine * Mendocino Community College * sociology * The Ramones * Bell Biv Devoe * Reese's Ultimate Peanut Butter Lover's Cup * metatextuality * Howard the Duck * yes-menBelow are the Top Ten and Bottom Top items on List of Every Damn Thing as of this episode (for the complete up-to-date list, go here).TOP TEN: Dolly Parton - person interspecies animal friends - idea sex - idea bicycles - tool Clement Street in San Francisco - location Prince - person It's-It - food Cher - person dogs - animal cats - animal BOTTOM TEN:221. Jon Voight - person222. Hank Williams, Jr - person223. British Royal Family - institution224. Steven Seagal - person225. McRib - food226. death - idea227. war - idea228. cigarettes - drug229. QAnon - idea230. transphobia - ideaTheme song by Jade Puget. Graphic design by Jason Mann. This episode was produced & edited by Jake MacLachlan, with audio help from Luke Janela. Show notes by Jake MacLachlan & Phil Green.Our website is everydamnthing.net and we're also on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Long-time roadie, Glenn Schiffman discusses his book, Life in The Fast Lane, with Kellie and Kimbra. Schiffman recalls his rock and roll adventures on the road, and looks back on working with some of the biggest musical acts of all times. Get the scoop on what it's like to work with Cher, Dolly Parton, Elton John, Bette Midler, Chaka Khan, Rod Stewart, Linda Ronstadt, Led Zeppelin, The Who and many others. Check out all the books by Glenn Schiffman at https://amazon.com/author/glennschiffman ~ Get to know Kimbra West and learn more about her career at https://www.kimbrawestervelt.com. ~ Find out more about Kellie Nicholson, her courses and her marketing business at https://www.kellienicholson.com, https://barprofessional.com and https://www.worldwidewebwizards.com. ~ Buy cool t-shirts at https://shop.spreadshirt.com/kellie-and-kimbra-in-the-moment/all. Support this channel via PayPal https://www.paypal.com/donate?hosted_button_id=J75Q2JLEC69QS Social Media Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/kellieandkimbra Twitter: @kellieandkimbra Instagram: @kellieandkimbrainthemoment Audio Podcasts Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0VARO5bTL0BFAsL0PVcwQg Google Podcasts: https://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy8yYjYzZGU3NC9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw== Anchor: https://anchor.fm/kellie-and-kimbra RadioPublic: https://radiopublic.com/kellie-and-kimbra-in-the-moment-WkbwVY Pocket Casts: https://pca.st/zcbr74eq Breaker: https://www.breaker.audio/kellie-and-kimbra-in-the-moment --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/kellie-and-kimbra/support
En este episodio de RCN Digital:- Los celulares que quedarán obsoletos en 2022- La NASA abre una muestra de suelo lunar recogida hace 50 años- El CES peligra por la variante Omicron del COVID- Lograron piratear, por fin, la PlayStation 4- La música de los Dee Gees, Rod Stewart y Ed Sheeran
There will be a ball drop in NYC for NYE but still uncertain if people will be allowed to attend...Rod Stewart and his son pleaded guilty to simple battery from a NYE party fight they got into last year...and ZZ Top sold their catalog for 50 million!
Сегодня возвращаемся к серии программ OldSock, где звучат рок- музыканты из 60-70х годов, которые продолжают выпускать новые работы. Richard Thompson - "Tinker's Rhapsody" Steve Hackett - "Surrender of Silence" Hawkwind - "Somnia" Yes - "The Quest" The Doobie Brothers - "Liberte" Caravan - "It's None of Your Business" Santana - "Blessing and Miracles" Eric Clapton - "The Lady in the Balcony: Lockdown Sessions" Rod Stewart - "The Tears of Hercules" Alison Krauss & Robert Plant - "Raise the Roof"
The Five Count recently had another chance to chat with drumming pioneer Carmine Appice. Carmine is best known as the drummer for Vanilla Fudge. He's also played with the likes of Jeff Beck, Cactus, Rod Stewart, Ted Nugent, Pink Floyd, and Ozzy Osbourne. The new 25th-anniversary edition of his Guitar Zeus album is available now! https://youtu.be/oBuRr55BERI
From working with Hollywood and music stars like Woody Harrelson and Rod Stewart, Nir discovered something that may shock you: These creative superstars aren't all that different from you or me! It's just that they have mastered a method of repeatable and predictable creativity -- a type of creativity that anyone can learn. And it turns out that's the same type of creativity can be used in businesses and careers everywhere! Nir has taught thousands of leaders and individuals around the globe how to harness the power of creativity to improve profitability, increase sales, boost customer service and ultimately create more meaning in their work. Nir has spent the last two decades working on a formula to codify creativity for working with clients such as AT&T, Microsoft, Ace Hardware, NFL Network, EA Sports, Suzuki, Activision, and JetBlue business. That formula is found in 'The Creator Mindset,' a book that has been translated into two languages and released worldwide by McGraw/Hill business in August of 2020.Support the show (https://paypal.me/pencilleadership)
My guest today is Frank Filipetti a Six-time Grammy winner and world-renowned music producer, engineer and mixer. Born in Bristol, Connecticut, and based in New York since 1971, Frank was one of the first engineers to embrace digital mixing. His early credits include his first number one album, Foreigner's “Agent Provocateur” which included the single “I Want to Know What Love Is”; Foreigner's “Inside Information” which he also co-produced; KISS's, “Lick It Up”; Carly Simon's “Coming Around Again”, The Bangles' “Eternal Flame”, Courtney Love's “Celebrity Skin”, and Rod Stewart's “The Great American Songbook” Volumes 1 and 2. Active in film and theatre as well, Frank's work as a producer, engineer, and mixer earned the Aida Broadway Original Cast Album a Grammy Award for Best Musical Show Album in 2001, and he has since produced Wicked, Spamalot, Disney's Aladdin, The Book of Mormon, and Gigi. His work in film includes the soundtracks for Mike Nichols' “Working Girl”, and “Postcards From the Edge”; “The Pirates of Penzance” with Linda Ronstadt and Kevin Kline; Julie Taymor's “Across the Universe”; Disney's “Enchanted”; Pixar's “Cars”, and “August Rush” (See Spotify playlist). In addition to his recording and producing talents, Frank has been busy since the early 1980's designing the acoustics for all three Right Track rooms in NY, and in 1999 Frank joined with Simon Andrews to design and build New York City's premier orchestral recording studio. The result, Studio A509, was one of the most highly praised sonic achievements in a city known for incredible studios. In 2005 Frank became a founding partner of METAlliance, a collaborative community of globally-recognized audio engineers and producers that works alongside technology manufacturers to ensure the highest standards of audio production. Thanks so much to Brain Murphree at Soundporter Mastering and Joe D'Ambrosio Management for connecting us. Get access to FREE mixing mini-course: http://MixMasterBundle.com THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS! https://RecordingStudioRockstars.com/Academy Use code ROCKSTAR to get 10% https://JZmic.com Use coupon ROCKSTARS to get 50% off select mics https://www.Spectra1964.com http://MacSales.com/Rockstars http://iZotope.com/Rockstars use code ROCK10 for 10% off https://www.youtube.com/user/adamaudiospeakers http://UltimateMixingMasterclass.com Hear guests discography on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3xlTxmqGylrQIuV5kICKmK?si=6b0447df1779424d If you love the podcast, then please leave a review: https://RSRockstars.com/Review CLICK HERE FOR COMPLETE SHOW NOTES AT: http://RSRockstars.com/328
This week Kait and Lynsey are joined by Alison Bender to breakdown the latest goings on in the world of football. In light of Aubameyang being stripped of the Arsenal captaincy we discuss which Premier League leaders inspire us the most and which leave a little to be desired. And after the Champions League draw turned into a complete shambles, we talk other examples of draws going wrong with shoutouts for Alex Ferguson and of course Rod Stewart, before wrapping up with gifts we'd love to give footballers. Enjoy!
Le bassiste Phil Chen nous a quittés à l’âge de 80 ans, musicien de Jeff Beck, Rod Stewart et des Doors aux côtés de Robbie Krieger et Ray Manzarek. Une basse de Paul McCartney bat des records dans une vente aux enchères à Los Angeles. Nirvana : il s’agit manifestement d’une plaisanterie, une école à New-York a publié que " tout élève incapable de citer trois titres du groupe qu’il arbore sur ses vêtements ne sera plus autorisé à les porter ". Retrouvez Robert Plant et Alison Krauss au Sound Emporium, le studio dans lequel ils ont enregistré “Can’t Let Go”, “Searching for My Love”, et “Trouble With My Lover” extrait de l’album ‘’Raise the Roof’’. Noel Gallagher a été contacté pour une éventuelle comédie musicale autour d’Oasis. Dave Gahan a proposé une belle version live du titre "Metal Heart" issu de son nouvel album de reprises, ‘’Imposter’’. --- Classic 21 vous informe des dernières actualités du rock, en Belgique et partout ailleurs. Le Journal du Rock, chaque jour à 7h30 et 18h30.
Back to Motown! Once again we have some unbelievably great songs on here, and some others that are okay at best. We hope you like the Commodores. Stevie Wonder - I WishMarvin Gaye - Got to Give it Up (Pt. 1)Stevie Wonder - Sir DukeThe Commodores - EasyHigh Inergy - You Can't Turn Me Off (In the Middle of Turning Me On)The Commodores - Too Hot ta TrotRick James - You and IGet early access to bonus episodes on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/discordpodLinks:Discord & Rhyme's Songs in the Key of Life episode: https://discordpod.com/listen/019-stevie-wonder-songs-in-the-key-of-life-1976Supercut of amazing Celine Dion moments, including her ill-advised "I Wish" performance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CEggoXwoXEYThe story of the disco hit Marvin Gaye didn't want to make: https://groovyhistory.com/marvin-gaye-got-to-give-it-up-story-facts-discoThe 10 Craziest Stories in Rick James' Memoir: https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/from-dali-to-bestiality-the-10-craziest-stories-in-rick-james-memoir-192094/All hail Duke! Duke is life! (from The Critic): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VNOyI9V2RfECohosts: Rich Bunnell, Amanda Rodgers, Dan WatkinsTheme music: "The Motown Song" by Rod Stewart feat. the TemptationsClosing credits music by Kenneth Kraylie, originally composed by Andy Partridge with new lyrics by Adam Smith of the Hector Collectorshttps://kennethkraylie.bandcamp.com/https://casinos.bandcamp.com/https://thehectorcollectors.bandcamp.com/
#CarmineAppice talks about the reissue of his supergroup album project #GuitarZeus, co-writing “Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?“ with #RodStewart, playing with #JimiHendrix & #OzzyOsbourne's health battle.
如果你是电影爱好者，也许看过他参与制作的《黄金大劫案》《西风烈》《边境风云》等电影；如果你是个跑步爱好者，也许看过他的《雅迪跑世界》；如果你是个微博用户，应该是还记得2020年的2月13号，关雅荻发了条微博，说：“天哪，自1月20号澳大利亚出发后，国内都发生了些什么啊？”然后被大量转发、刷屏。2020年1月20日，关雅荻从澳大利亚出发，开始了“克利伯环球帆船赛”第六赛段航程，2月13日抵达菲律宾苏比克湾，帆船距离海岸还有数海里，他才有了手机信号，翻看新闻，才发现1月23号武汉封城了，而且，因为疫情，2019-2020赛季的柯利伯帆船赛也被迫停止于此了。一个电影人/跑者，又成了环球航海的参与者，关雅荻的生活，按他的话来说就是“没有惊涛骇浪，也要创造惊涛骇浪”。2022年3月，他大概率会回到海上，把中断了的克利伯环球帆船赛延续下去。本期就是关雅荻荻故事，关于他的个人经历，关于播客制作，关于航海生活，也关于恐惧和死亡记忆……本期是《壮游者》史上单期时长最长的一期，接近2小时50分钟；另外，正片部分一刀不剪，完整放送。|故事节点|08:23 博客时代和从未离开的电影圈24:07 《雅荻跑世界》和播客的"心流" 40:46 什么是克利伯环球帆船赛？43:52 洗海澡和一脚踹开帆船的大门54:15 “青岛号”上都是一些狠角色71:19 目标：环球不间断航行97:20 在船上能尿准就很不错了109:43 深夜的海、蓝和鲸鱼120:00 最惨烈的赛段，伤了4个！131:13 《天堂电影院》和《老人与海》143:12 你怕死吗？|壮游者|关雅荻:电影人、极限运动爱好者；《关雅荻·开放对话》《关雅荻·共创播客》主播。|主播|Yang:对真正的大海叶公好龙的一名男子。|本期歌曲|《sailing》Rod Stewart壮游者是一档独立播客，很需要您的支持。您可以通过微信公众号“壮游者”文章(本期相关图片也在文章里呈现)下方的“喜欢作者”进行赞助，也可以通过知福宝zhuangyouzhe@126.com进行赞助。也可微信添加"zhuangyouzhe2018"拉你进“壮游者”听众群与主播和听友直接交流。最后，如果您喜欢本期的节目，请您顺手转发给身边的朋友。这样，会让更多的人知道壮游者的存在。谢谢你，让我们有机会一起前行。
A finales de los 80s los productores Robert Small y Jim Burns crearon el programa de la MTV “Unplugged”, pero su popularidad fue durante la siguiente década y son todo un referente para comprender parte de la música de los 90s. En aquel momento parecía una locura brindar conciertos acústicos, veníamos de una década dominada por las sobreproducciones y los sintetizadores. El formato fue creciendo y ganando popularidad con los años hasta el punto que diferentes cadenas y radios del mundo crearon sus propios conciertos acústicos. Los primeros conciertos solo fueron trasmitidos por la cadena, recién en enero de 1991 se publico en formato CD el Unplugged de Paul McCartney. Durante el 92 se lanzan dos de los mas importantes de la historia, el de Mariah Carey que vendió 15 millones de copias a nivel mundial y el de Eric Clapton con 26 millones y 6 premios Grammys. En el 93 llegaría el turno del Unplugged de Nirvana, el cual fue una de las ultimas apariciones en televisión de la banda de Seattle, convirtiéndose en el concierto acústico mas popular de la MTV. El formato seguía creciendo y ha ayudado a promover o revivir carreras, como en el caso de Tony Bennet, Rod Stewart o el mismo Eric Clapton. En el caso de Shakira, por ejemplo, ayudo a iniciar su carrera en los Estados Unidos. Durante los 90s hemos disfrutado de conciertos unplugged de gente como George Michael (Uno de los mejores concierto acústicos), Alice in Chain (ofreciendo el último concierto de la banda), KISS (con su formación original), Oasis, R.E.M. (grabando uno en el año 1991 y otro en el 2001), Bryan Adams, Pearl Jam y un largo etcétera. El primer Unplugged de habla no inglesa fue realizado por el grupo Argentino Los Fabulosos Cadillacs en Septiembre del 94, luego vinieron los de Caifanes, Charly García, Soda Stereo, Café Tacuba, Aterciopelados, etc. Con el cambio de milenio el formato se fue desgastando, comenzó el dominio de plataformas de Internet y el propio desgaste de la MTV convirtiéndose en una cadena de realities para adolescentes. TRACKLIST: 01 - George Michael - Freedom! ’90 02 - Mariah Carey feat. Trey Lorenz - I'll Be There 03 - Paul McCartney - And I Love Her 04 - Eric Clapton - Tears In Heaven 05 - Rod Stewart - Tonight's The Night (Gonna Be Alright) 06 - The Corrs - What Can I Do? 07 - Oasis - Don't Look Back In Anger 08 - R.E.M. - Losing My Religion 09 - Annie Lennox - Here Comes The Rain Again 10 - 10,000 Maniacs - Because The Night 11 - k.d. lang - Crying 12 - Alanis Morissette - Uninvited 13 - Nirvana - The Man Who Sold the World 14 - Pearl Jam - Jeremy 15 - Stone Temple Pilots - Plush
Welkom bij alweer aflevering 174 van de podcast van Staantribune. Na 2 afleveringen over stadionsongs en 1 over clubliederen is dit alweer het 4e deel uit de serie ‘Voetbal & Muziek'. In deze podcast komen wij uit bij de zingende voetballers. Voetbal & Muziek: het blijft een gouden combinatie! Zeker bij de fans onlosmakelijk verbonden met elkaar. Lekker lallen met je vrienden in de pub of buiten het stadion. Of anders hartstochtelijk meezingen met het clublied als je favoriete spelers het veld opkomen. Uiteraard met het doel om de spelers naar de overwinning te schreeuwen. Zij moeten het vervolgens afmaken op het veld. Dit is in ieder geval hoe wij als supporters de rolverdeling zien. Wij kunnen niet zeggen dat het altijd verstandig was om een uitstap te maken voor een opnamestudio, maar vermakelijk is het zeker. Één ding hebben de zingende voetballers gemeen: stuk voor stuk zijn het flamboyante types die het voetbal kleur geven of hebben gegeven. Wij van Staantribune kunnen dat alleen maar appreciëren! In deze podcast nemen we je mee in de geschiedenis van de liedjes die zijn uitgebracht door spelers of zelfs hele teams. Ook deze keer heeft Hugo Stam weer een mooie lijst van 11 nummers samengesteld en wellicht weten we daarna of voetballers ook kunnen zingen of dat ze zich beter op het spelletje kunnen blijven richten. Suggs & Co featering the Chelsea Team – Blue Day André Hazes & Willem van Hanegem – Wij zijn vrienden Nottingham Forest with Paper Lace – We Got The Whole World In Our Hands Vinnie Jones – Big Bad Leroy Brown Johan Cruijff – Oei, oei, oei (dat was me weer een loei) Paul Cascoigne (Gazza) – Georgie Boys Kevin Keegan – Head over heels in love Rod Stewart & Scottish squad 78 – Qua Sera, Sera Jean-Marie Pfaff – Denk je vaak aan mij Germán Burgos (The Garb) – Malagata René vd Gijp – Geef me hoop Jomanda Vragen, tips of suggesties over onze podcasts, het magazine of de boeken zijn altijd welkom via info@staantribune of via onze website www.staantribune.nl
Carmine Appice and I sit down for PART II of our conversation! Carmine is releasing his Guitar Zeus 25th Anniversary Limited Edition Box Set! There are some new bonus tracks including "Mystified" with Tommy Thayer of KISS, "Nobody Knew" featuring Brian May of Queen and "Code 19" featuring Zakk Wylde. carmineappice.net
Tonight's The Night was a US no.1 the week of Hotel California's release. Unbelievably, it's also the 19th biggest US single. We talk dodgy videos, the punk rock wars, comfy slacks and the source of THAT rumour about Rod.
In this rambling conversation, Pastords Bruce and Rog talk about TikTok videos, selling cameras and film, being a light for God, Motley Crue, the Beatles, the Eagles, Rod Stewart, Metallica, daily devotions, Zillow, purpose, sins of omission, vultures and how ordinary people proclaim the gospel.
Jonny is worried he has the physique of a 1970s Porsche and Richard has spotted a flute shop. Also in this episode, free Audi gloves, extremely lavish press trips, Rod Stewart's terrible new material, very smooth American cars of the '90s, large Dane Bowers bodywarmers, Steve Lamacq's peanut diet, East 17-spec jackets, the size of road signs, buying the old B ISTO ARS lettering, and what the merry heck is going on with the BMW XM? Get bonus content on Patreon See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Mike Parry and Lesley-Ann Jones get stuck into more topics for your delectation as Life on Planet Porky returns. Subjects include: Porky's kilt kerfuffle, Manet vs. Monet, not feeling festive, excessive Christmas present giving, re-timer glasses, sleep tips, Elton John and Rod Stewart's ongoing feud, Carnegie Hall, a remarkable wedding ring recovery, Damon Albarn, digging under your basement, Jeremy Clarkson, being thrown out of Sting's house, the death of Frank Williams, how to battle on despite major adversity, science about the size of your wine glass, and why attractive men don't always need to be seen with attractive women. It's the podcast that looks as good as it sounds, it's Life on Planet Porky. Follow the show on Twitter: @PlanetPorky or Mike is: @MikeParry8 while you can find Lesley-Ann: @LAJwriter. Or you can email us questions or comments to: email@example.com. We'd love to hear from you!
Joining Joe Cole and Steve Sidwell in the Coral All To Play For Arms this week is West Ham legend, Marlon Harewood. They discuss the emotions of playing in an iconic FA Cup final, what it's like to coach an Under 10s side for Rod Stewart, and Marlon lifts the lid on the culture shock of swapping the Premier League for the Chinese Super League. Want to hear more great podcasts from JOE?House of Rugby - The UK's #1 rugby showFrom The Corner - A crossover boxing show that will appeal to fight fans and newbies alike, with huge name guests from within the fight gameIn Defence Of - Stevo the Madman challenges his friends from the worlds of sport and entertainment to come and debate with him on some of football's most contentious issues. Will they CHANGE HIS MIND!?TKO with Carl Frampton - Bringing you unprecedented access and brutal honesty from inside the world of boxingSportspages - Dig into the stories behind some of the greatest sports books ever writtenBoys Don't Cry with Russell Kane - The show that gets men talking about the things men never talk aboutUnfiltered with James O'Brien - Our critically-acclaimed and award-nominated interview seriesJOE's Football Spin - for instant reaction to the latest in the Premier League and the world of footballMore football as it happens:Twitter @FootballJOEFacebook @SportsJOEInstagram @FootballJOE
You can support the show with monthly contributions through our Patreon site at: https://www.patreon.com/MakersAndShakersLegendary recording engineer and record producer Bill Schnee joins me on the show this week. Bill lives here in Nashville now, but spent the bulk of his career in LA. He has amazing tales of getting going in the studio scene there and learning the ropes. He seems to have had a knack for hooking up with some great mentors and studio people, and before long, Bill was working for the likes of Barbara Streisand and Three Dog Night. Those early hits led to an incredible run of classic records with Ringo Starr, Marvin Gaye, The Pointer Sisters, Mark Knopfler, Rod Stewart, Steely Dan and so many more. Bill also did some really captivating live to disc recording with Thelma Houston, and mixed records for Miles Davis. Bill's incredible stories are the subject of his new book “Chairman at the Board”. It was an honor to have Bill join me on the podcast. Enjoy, share the episode, and don't forget to leave us a review, and subscribe to the show.Bill's website and social links are at: https://www.billschnee.comBill's book can be ordered directly from his website.Our website is: https://www.makersandshakerspodcast.comAnd your fearless host, Steve Dawson can be found at: https://www.stevedawson.ca
Dust off that acoustic guitar sitting in the corner and get ready to jam, softly, with Heather and Jameson this week as they explore MTV Unplugged, the musical program launched in 1989 featuring a bevy of musical artists playing, well, acoustic instruments. Jameson recounts the time he gifted Tori Amos a homemade necklace (um, thanks?) and continues to rage about Rod Stewart. Heather has to explain who's dead, again, including Cranberries lead singer. And remember, violence isn't the answer unless you need your 90s backpack back.
At last, we're back in the Motor City! Put your speakers in the window and go on the roof and listen to the Miracles, as well as us talking about the triumphant return of Diana Ross, the inauspicious debut of the Commodores, and the most-used Motown song in pop culture history. The Miracles - Love Machine (Pt. 1)Diana Ross - Love HangoverMarvin Gaye - I Want YouCommodores - Just to Be Close to YouThe Originals - Down to Love TownThelma Houston - Don't Leave Me This WayGet early access to bonus episodes on Patreon! https://www.patreon.com/discordpodDiana Ross performs "Love Hangover" on Midnight Special: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qJTZrWv5Y9IBBC Radio 4's Soul Music episode on "Don't Leave Me This Way": https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0375qt8"Don't Date Robots" PSA from Futurama: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wJ6knaienVECohosts: Rich Bunnell, Mike DeFabio, John McFerrinTheme music: "The Motown Song" by Rod Stewart feat. the TemptationsClosing credits music by Kenneth Kraylie, originally composed by Andy Partridge with new lyrics by Adam Smith of the Hector Collectorshttps://kennethkraylie.bandcamp.com/https://casinos.bandcamp.com/https://thehectorcollectors.bandcamp.com/
Were The Moody Blues "prog"? I don't think so. They weren't virtuosos in any sense, although they were all very competent (or somewhat competent - Graeme Edge wasn't asked to do much, really) but they WERE unique and extremely popular. And every album has a treat or two. At least the ones before 1983. All you had to do was light a marijuana joint with the pot leaves and let the gentle mellotron patina take you to a new land. I guess the key to The Moody Blues' success was that they never asked too much of the listener (like Yes or King Crimson), but never insulted them (like Chicago would, eventually.) In 1975 they all recorded solo albums, and they were also pretty good. Justin Hayward - Forever Autumn (1978) Ray Thomas - Hey Mama Life (1975) Graeme Edge Band - Somethin' We'd Like To Say (1975) Trivia! Barry St. John sang backup on this album. She appeared on "Dark Side of the Moon" and of course, she was in Les Humphries Singers. Graeme Edge Band - Be My Eyes (1977) John Lodge - Into to Children of Rock 'n' Roll (1977) John Lodge - Children of Rock 'n' Roll (1977) Featuring Kenny Jones on drums. He was in The Small Faces, then The Faces with Rod Stewart, and then released a single in 1974 ("Ready or Not") and then this. He also played in Paul McCartney's supergroup Rockestra around this time. Maybe this is where he met Pete Townshend. Mike Pinder - The Promise (1976) My favorite Moody released the blandest solo record of the lot. Maybe he found religion and not just mysticism. Whatever the case, I was disappointed by this. "Solar heaven?" Mike Pinder - Free As A Dove (1976) This was co-produced by Robert Margouleff, one of the main forces behind Stevie Wonder's golden era. He and his partner Malcolm Cecil brought (and tamed) synthesizers from their unwieldy beginnings into unlikely mainstream dominance. He worked with Billy Preston, The Isley Brothers, Devo, Syreeta Wright, and Stevie. Also, a curious album was released in 1980 by a group that was ubiquitous at the time, The Bus Boys. Remember? Their hit was "(The Boys Are) Back In Town." They recorded a song with Eddie Murphy in 1988 called "Never Giving Up." I wonder what happened to them to stop their momentum. Does either of you know offhand? John Lodge - Natural Avenue (1977) The Graeme Edge Band - Paradise Ballroom (1977) The Graeme Edge Band - We Like To Do It (1974) The Moody Blues - The Word/Om (1968) Ray Thomas - Adam and I (1975) The Moody Blues - The Balance (1970) This song was co-written by Edge and Thomas. Most Moody Blues songs were written by one member. The Moody Blues - In The Beginning/Lovely To See You (1969) This record came with a booklet that included all the lyrics and credits, ornately written. To wit: The Moody Blues - The Dream/Have You Heard (1969)
This week on The Metro, Warlock Jeff Ivins brings you the following bands for your weekly time warp to the 1980s: Pet Shop Boys, OMD, After The Fire, Duran Duran, Rod Stewart, Tommy Tutone, Alphaville, Sid Vicious, Quarterflash, Peter Schilling, Sparks & Jane Wiedlin, Sigue Sigue Sputnik, Plimsouls, and finishing up with some Robert Hazard.
Anderson Cooper, AGT Winner, The View, CNN, Fox and Friends, The Wendy Williams Show, The Talk,Happy Thanksgiving!!!He's Conquered Covid-19, Got His GED & Has Been Busy with LIVEl Concerts & Ceremonies in this Age of Social Distancing in Fall/Winter. I Talk with Landau about his Thoughts' on His Career, Adapting to the NEW Normal in Entertainment Events. What is He Grateful For. His is a true rags to riches story; car wash rags. When Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. showed up to audition for America's Got Talent, he was singing to pass the time while grinding out a living washing cars. The only “nice” clothes he owned were the ones on his back: a pair of jeans, a modest button down striped shirt, and jacket. Fortunately, you don't need a large wardrobe to win America's heart. You need talent, and Landau has truckloads of that. Since wowing the judges with his interpretations of classics by the likes of Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin and walking away with the million dollar grand prize in front of 14 million weekly viewers on AGT, Landau has released his Columbia Records debut “That's Life” (the CD hit #1 on the Billboard Jazz chart and was produced by Grammy winner Steve Tyrell, who also helmed Rod Stewart's Great American Songbook album). Landau has performed all over the country, from the California State Fair to New York's famous Apollo Theatre, Caesars Palace in Las Vegas to the Marina Civic Center in Florida and all points in between. Along the way, he has appeared on The Today Show, The View, CNN, Fox and Friends, The Wendy Williams Show, The Talk, Anderson Cooper, Tom Joyner, Sirius XM, NPR, and dozens of other outlets. Landau was named “West Virginian of the Year” by his home state where he has performed a series of sold out concerts helping raise over a half million dollars for state charities. He's played a special command performance at the Governors Inauguration, won Reality TV Personality of the Year in Hollywood, and was honored to perform with his band for U.S. Troops in Germany. He is currently on tour with Glenn Leonard,formally of The Temptations; Joe Blunt,formally of The Drifters and Joe Coleman, formally of The Platters. But all that success hasn't made Landau forget his roots. He was born in the Mountain State of West Virginia and continues to live there rather than move to entertainment industry hubs like Los Angeles or New York. “West Virginia will always be my home,” says Landau, “and home and family are the most important thing in the world to me. I can always fly out to LA or New York for work, but being here helps keep me humble and grounded. I'm just very fortunate to be living my dream.” Recently, Landau and award winning co-author Rick Robinson have written America's Got Talent Winner Landau Eugene Murphy Jr.: From Washing Cars to Hollywood Star, a book chronicling Landau's All-American success story. He's also completed an album full of holiday favorites, Christmas Made For Two. His touring schedule stays booked with shows all over the country including numerous CD and book signing appearances. He and the incredibly talented “Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. Big Band” are currently beginning his Classic Christmas Crooners Tour with a full slate of concerts at home and abroad. All Rights Reserved 2021 All Rights ReservedJoin Me on ~ iHeart Radio @ https://tinyurl.com/iHeartBASSpot Me on Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/yxuy23baAmazon Music ~ https://tinyurl.com/AmzBAS
This episode of Big Blend Radio features drummer extraordinaire, composer and producer Carmine Appice, who has joined forces with multi-instrumentalist and rising studio star Fernando Perdomo to form The Appice Perdomo Project. Out now through Cleopatra records, their all-instrumental debut album ENERGY OVERLOAD features some mind-blowing original material plus killer cover versions of Paul McCarney's “Maybe I'm Amazed,” Rod Stewarts “Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?” (which was co-written by Appice), and more! Get the CD: https://cleorecs.com/store/shop/carmine-appice-fernando-perdomo-energy-overload-cd/ Carmine Appice is best known for co-founding Vanilla Fudge, Cactus and King Kobra. As a drummer and composer, he has worked extensively with Ozzy Osbourne, Rod Stewart and Ted Nugent, and remains on Rolling Stone Magazine's 100 Greatest Drummers of All-Time list. More: https://carmineappice.net/ Fernando Perdomo, the son of Cuban immigrants, quickly launched a successful career as a multi-instrumentalist, producer, and session musician upon moving to Los Angeles in 2012. He was recently featured in the film ECHO IN THE CANYON, where he recorded and performed with Eric Clapton, Brian Wilson, Jakob Dylan and many others. More: https://www.fernandoperdomo.com/
Vanilla Fudge, Cactus, Rod Stewart, Ted Nugent, Ozzy, Blue Murder, Jeff Beck, Pink Floyd the list goes on and on for Carmine Appice. If he didn't play on their album or in their band he Influenced them. Everyone from Nicko McBrain, Dave Lombardo, Joey Kramer, Tommy Lee, Ian Paice and so many more. Carmine stops by today for a full on deep dive into his career as one of the best Rock n Roll drummers ever. Tune in and enjoy Let There Be Talk episode 621. Brought to you by my podcast network https://www.cactusradionetwork.com
For over 50 years drum legend Carmine Appice has been influencing the influencers with bands like Vanilla Fudge, Cactus, Beck, Bogert & Appice as well as playing with Ozzy, Rod Stewart and many more. Today Carmine shares stories from a lifetime on record. Topics include: The Brothers Appice The legend of Vanilla Fudge Making the final "Stop In The Name of Love" single Carmine's record collection The Guitar Zeus boxset Memories of John Bonham Jeff Beck and Peter Grant Cactus and the Van Halen influence Memories w Jimi Hendrix Dealing with Organized Crime The X-Rated book "Stick It" Touring with Ozzy, problems with Sharon Osbourne Early dealings with Ozzy and Black Sabbath Playing with Pink Floyd His favourite albums he played on ATCO and working with Ahmet Ertegun The disastrous "The Beat Goes On" Gigs he was offered he wish he took Carmine's website Guitar Zeus vinyl pre-order The new Vanilla Fudge video "Stop In The Name of Love" Listen on Apple: https://apple.co/2Y6ORU0 Listen on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/36qhlc8 Follow our Podcast: https://linktr.ee/vinylguide Facebook: www.Facebook.com/VinylGuide Instagram: www.Instagram.com/VinylGuide Support our show: www.Patreon.com/VinylGuide If you like records, just starting a collection or are an uber-nerd with a house-full of vinyl, this is the podcast for you. Nate Goyer is The Vinyl Guide and discusses all things music and record-related
Although Dookie is the third studio album by Green Day, it is their first release on a major label. This may explain some of their seemingly overnight stardom. The trio consisted of Billie Joe Armstrong on vocals and lead, Mike Dirnt on bass and backing vocals, and Tre Cool on percussion, and they had been in the underground scene in the San Francisco Bay area since before 1988 (Tre Cool replaced original drummer John Kiffmeyer in 1990). The band changed their original name from Sweet Baby to Green Day, a slang phrase for spending the day smoking cannabis. Dookie was recorded in three weeks, and was a major commercial success, helped along by extensive airplay of the band's videos on MTV. It was also a critical success, and the group won a Grammy for Best Alternative Album in 1995. Dookie remains Green Day's best selling album.The music is considered punk revivalist or "power punk", and you can see the influence of early punk groups like the Ramones and the Clash. However, the band has also cited bands like the Who and Cheap Trick as influences as well. Green Day is considered one of the groups that made punk go mainstream in the 1990's. Billie Joe Armstrong wrote most of the tracks on the album, following themes from his personal history including anxiety, sex, and even boredom. Consistent with the punk genre, most songs are quite short and very fast. LongviewThe first single off the album is about boredom and lack of motivation. It is about a day spent sitting around the house, doing nothing of importance. "I sit around and watch the tube, but nothing's on."SheA deeper cut, this track was released as the fifth and final single. The song is about Armstrong's former girlfriend who showed him a feminist poem with an identical title. Armstrong then wrote the lyrics of "She" and showed them to her, though she dumped him later on. The song is notorious for a concert where Armstrong performed the song nude.Welcome to ParadiseThe song was originally on their second album, but re-recorded for this album. The song is about a runaway who is living on the streets. Armstrong temporarily moved into a rat-infested warehouse in a bad neighborhood, but the rent was a low $50 per month. Much of his experience in that dump was the inspiration for this track. When I Come AroundThis was the fourth and biggest-selling single from the album, though more mellow than most. It is about Armstrong knowing a girlfriend is mad and wants to break up, and Armstrong deciding to just staying away from the drama until it blows over. He would go on to marry her in real life. ENTERTAINMENT TRACK:All For Love by Bryan Adams, featuring Sting and Rod Stewart (from the motion picture "The Three Musketeers")Three musical stars team up to provide this theme for the motion picture "The Three Musketeers." STAFF PICKS:Spinning Around Over You by Lenny KravitzRob starts us with a groovy staff pick from Lenny Kravitz' third studio album. Kravitz was born in New York City to a TV producer dad and actress mom. His home was a mixture of black and white, Christian and Jewish. The family moved to L.A. when his Roxie Roker (his mom) landed a role in "The Jeffersons" Rock 'N' Roll Dreams Come Through by Meat LoafBruce's staff pick is the third single from the album "Bat Out of Hell II: Back Into Hell." Jim Steinman wrote it and released it on his album "Bad for Good" in 1981. Both the Steinman version and the Meat Loaf version were top 40-hits, with Steinman's version going to number 32 and the Meat Loaf version going to number 13. It is a rock anthem about how rock and roll gets you through tough times.Having a Party by Rod StewartBrian brings us an unplugged cover from Sam Cook. Ronnie Wood (the Rolling Stones, Faces, the Jeff Beck group) is playing guitar on this track. Stewart sticks quite faithfully to the original, and he would continue to focus on a crooner style in his later days.Laid by JamesWayne finishes us off with the Manchester sound. The song is about a ruinous relationship that the guy just can't give up. "My therapist said not to see you no more. She said you're like a disease without any cure. She said I'm so obsessed that I'm becoming a bore, oh no!" INSTRUMENTAL TRACK:Sabrosa by Beastie BoysWe finish off with a tasty, jazzy instrumental from the Beastie Boys. "Sabrosa" means "tasty" in Spanish.
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Chuck has known Alyssa Bonagura for a long time. Alyssa talks about new music and we play her song "New Wings." She also has song cuts by Jana Kramer, Jessi James Decker, and Steven Tyler and she used to be in The Sisterhood Band and they went on tour with Rod Stewart! You can follow Alyssa on Instagram @alyssabonagura Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Greg talks about going to the Stones, Mike talks about Wheeler Walker Jr's wedding at Graceland. Superman is now super gay, Bond is now super dead, and 76 yr old Rod Stewart is in trouble for assaulting a security guard. Follow Mike Gibbons on IG @GibbonsTime
Rock & Roll Hall of Famer, Nancy Wilson of Heart fame, is playing with the Seattle Symphony Orchestra on October 30th (tickets at www.seattlesymphony.org). They're doing a mix of songs from her first-ever solo album, “You And Me,” and the Heart catalogue! Nancy's talking about this killer live event, why she chose to cover songs by The Beatles, Pearl Jam, and Bruce Springsteen on her new solo album, and what it was like recording at the height of the pandemic lockdown. She's got some great rock & roll stories about Heart's early days on the road, opening for Rod Stewart, what happened when John Mellencamp opened for Heart, meeting Paul McCartney, performing Led Zeppelin songs in front of Robert Plant and Jimmy Page, her cameo appearance in “Fast Times At Ridgemont High,” and the time that Eddie Van Halen called her in the middle of the night to play his new song for her.