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The number 100 can be looked at as a milestone in many facets. Live to 100, and not only are you old as dirt, but you've most likely outlived most of the people you came up with throughout your life—which might seem depressing, and sad but that really is quite an amazing accomplishment. You're also part of a very special club of people that hit that milestone. When you're nine years old, $100 feels like a million, and then you grow up and that same $100 feels like $1 because the other $99 is keeping you alive—but that feeling you had as a kid was priceless. Hit the highway and when you realize there is no traffic you put the pedal to the medal. When you get to 100 mph and fly past that speed limit sign, you feel like a million bucks. Little do you know, there is a speed trap up ahead. As soon as you see the cop car, you slam on the brakes but you know there is no way you're not done for. You coast by only to realize the cop that would love to give you that nice fat speeding ticket, is preoccupied with taking a nap and you're in the clear (though potentially fun, this scenario is not recommended). In the podcasting community making it to 100 episodes is quite the feat. With over 2 million podcasts out there clogging up your internet connection, many don't make it anywhere near recording 100 episodes. This happens for many reasons, and quite simply put, podcasting just isn't for everyone, and that's okay. As we started approaching this milestone, we knew we had to put something together that would give back to our listeners and supporters. You guys always hear about what makes music so special to the three of us, but we wanted to be able to hear from all of you. We asked for clips of you telling everyone about an artist or album that greatly impacted your lives, and that is exactly what you gave us. With so many clips in hand, we've split this episode in two, for twice the fun. This is part 2, of a 2 part series made up entirely of you, our listeners, and supporters. Without you, there would be no podcast, and there surely wouldn't be 100 episodes in the can. It's with true gratitude and love from the bottom of our hearts that we say thank you. Thank you for making this possible, and thank you for allowing us to hit this milestone with all of you in tow. It's season 4, episode 16 of what we hope becomes everyone's favorite music podcast. Here's to the next 100. LET'S GO!!! Keep up with all of the music we talk about in each episode by listening to the Infectious Groove Podcast Companion Songs playlist, exclusively on Spotify. Infectious Groove Podcast, part of the OddPods Media Network.
A year ago, we spoke with RushFest Scotland founder Steve Brown about the album of Rush cover songs he put together to raise money for charity. Steve's back again to tell us about The Stars Look Down: Songs for Neil, Vol. 2. He tells us about the reception volume 1 received and we play some of the songs from the new collection.
Dan Prosser and Andrew Frankel talk Grand Prix, Le Mans, The Italian Job and Gone In Sixty Seconds – plus other great car films (and a few terrible ones). They also discuss more recent motorsport films like Rush and Le Mans '66.
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On Long Island, A Tribal Nation Faces Growing Pressures The Hamptons on Long Island are known as a mansion-lined escape for wealthy New Yorkers. But the area is also home to the Native residents of the Shinnecock Tribal Nation. An estimated 1,500 Shinnecock members are left in the U.S., and about half live on the Nation's territory on Long Island. As with the rest of the island, Shinnecock Nation is extremely vulnerable to climate change. Receding shorelines threaten to eat up three-quarters of its territory by 2050, adding to the existing threat of development from the Hamptons. This issue of climate change and its impacts around Long Island is the subject of the new podcast, “Higher Ground,” from WSHU Public Radio in Fairfield, Connecticut. One of the stories told in the podcast is that of Tela Troge, Shinnecock tribal sovereignty attorney and kelp farmer, who lives on Shinnecock territory in Long Island. Tela talks to Ira about seeing climate change and development affect Shinnecock land with her own eyes, and her venture into kelp farming as a tool for nitrogen sequestration. The World According To Sound: Listening To Lightning There is more than one way to listen to a bolt of lightning. While you can pick up the boom and rumble of thunder with your ears, if you tune in with a radio receiver, you can hear an entirely different sound: an earth whistler. When lightning strikes, it releases electromagnetic radiation in the VLF or Very Low Frequency band, which runs from 3 Hz to 30 kHz. This falls within the human range of hearing, which spans from 20 Hz to 20 kHz. However, we can not hear whistlers with our own ears because the radiation is electromagnetic, not physical vibrations in the air. We can, though, capture the electromagnetic radiation with a radio receiver. Radio operators have been picking up the strange twanging of lightning ever since they started trying to tune into man-made signals. They dubbed the eerie electro-magnetic disturbances in their headphones “earth whistlers.” People first heard earth whistlers back in the 19th century. The electromagnetic radiation from lightning interfered with telephone lines and crept into phone conversations. You'd be talking with someone and hear these bursts of energy, like little phone ghosts. Today, we know earth whistlers are made by the interaction of lightning with the planet's magnetic field. There are over a million lightning strikes in the atmosphere, which means there is a nearly constant chorus around earth. The whistlers in this piece were provided courtesy of NASA and The University of Iowa. The World According to Sound is a live audio show, online listening series, and miniature podcast that focuses on sound, not story. Producers Chris Hoff and Sam Harnett create intentional, communal listening experiences as a way to “reclaim autonomy in a visually dominated world that is increasingly fracturing our attention.” This recording is part of their next listening series, an immersive listening party where audiences from all over the globe will be invited to experience a world of sound together, beginning in January 2022. You can get a ticket to the series here. Save The Wetlands, Save The World In Rising, the Science Friday Book Club pick for this fall, author Elizabeth Rush writes frequently of marshes. Rush explores the disappearing wetlands of Louisiana's hurricane-battered coast, the San Francisco Bay Estuary, Staten Island's newly abandoned flood zones, and other marshes around the country. But why, scientifically speaking, are wetlands such a feature of the conversation around coastal resilience to climate change and rising seas. In a recording with a ‘live' Zoom audience, SciFri producer Christie Taylor speaks with wetland ecologists Marcelo Ardón and Letitia Grenier about the resilience and adaptability of marshland, how climate change and sea level rise threatens them, and why protecting and restoring tidelands is good for everyone. Widening The Lens On A More Inclusive Science In 2012, the Obama administration projected that the United States would need to add an additional 1 million college graduates in STEM fields per year for the next ten years to keep up with projected growth in the need for science and technology expertise. At the same time, though, native Americans and other Indigenous groups are underrepresented in the sciences, making up only 0.2% of the STEM workforce in 2014, despite being 2% of the total population of the United States. Why are Indigenous people still underrepresented in science? In this re-broadcast of the 2019 conversation, Ira speaks with astrophysicist Annette Lee and anthropologist Kim TallBear about the historical role of science and observation in Indigenous communities, and how Western scientific culture can leave out other voices. They also discuss the solutions: What does an inclusive scientific enterprise look like, and how could we get there? This Weekend, Take Time For The Moon This Saturday marks International Observe the Moon Night, a worldwide astronomy education event encouraging people to take time to look at the moon—through a telescope, if possible. Around the world, astronomers will be setting up public telescopes and encouraging passers-by to take a look. Dean Regas, astronomer at the Cincinnati Observatory, joins Ira to explain how to get in on the lunar-observation action. They also talk about other astronomical events, including the ongoing Orionid meteor shower and an upcoming partial lunar eclipse on November 19.
The guys discuss Canadian rock legends, Rush, and try to figure out which album is their “The Wall”. Then, they learn about a small-town motel that—get this—DOESN'T CLEAN ITS ROOMS PROPERLY!!! The gang also discusses the highly-anticipated comeback of the NOKIA brick phone. Finally, the guys field some calls from the listeners about the hidden meanings of obscure turns of phrase. Support the show: https://www.klbjfm.com/dudley-and-bob-with-matt-show/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Nat is joined by Producer Ollie to look at the NFL's Week 6 slate and share their picks! The boys preview DAL @ NE (3:00), SEA @ PIT (15:00) & KC @ WAS (32:30) before getting into Prop O's props, their Drew Locks of the Week and a bumper acca (55:00) + much more!
Karma affects every one of us and our collective karma affects the entire planet as a whole. Cause & effect is the law that determines the nature of the karma we create. The lyrics to Rush's epic song “Natural Science” from their album “Permanent Waves” provide a perfect blueprint to explain these two concepts. It's no stretch to say that Rush's drummer, the late Neil Peart, was certainly a modern day Aristotle, when it came to expressing deep, philosophical lessons, within the context of a song. Using the allegory of the “natural science” of our own planet (as well as inter-galactic space), Peart compares our human world with the macrocosm of the entire universe, beginning with the smallest microorganisms and their symbiosis and the role it all plays in the ongoing story of human life. What about the collective karma of humanity, over the course of the next millennium? Will mankind survive and evolve, or will we follow in the footsteps of the dinosaurs and eventually become fossils for the next intelligent species to piece together? Can humans learn to peacefully coexist, or will we be responsible for our own demise? The answers to these questions are entirely up to each and every one of us and the actions we take, from moment to moment. After listening to this episode, you'll have a clearer understanding of how humans are mutually in control of our own destiny. If we learn to understand our individual karma and the karma of others and also abide by the law of cause & effect, it's still possible for us to turn things around from the direction we seem to be headed and point us toward a brighter future, devoid of conflict and war. Come with me as I explore the inner workings of the quantum world and its connection to the farthest reaches of the universe and how each one of us plays a role in this cosmic drama. https://www.sixstringbuddha.com https://www.facebook.com/SixStringBuddhaPodcast This podcast is hosted by ZenCast.fm
Put three great musicians together and magic can happen. We've seen it throughout music history, with trios turning out some of the most iconic tunes in rock. Bands like Cream, the Jimi Hendrix Experience and CSN set the table in the ‘60s, followed in the ‘70s by ZZ Top, Rush and the Police. Nirvana and Green Day carried the torch into the ‘90s and beyond, as we'll hear on this week's rockin' episode of KMB.
Aaron discusses the Atlanta Falcons' young defensive linemen's potential to be building blocks and the long-term future of defensive tackle Grady Jarrett. He breaks down what he's seen from rookie outside linebacker Ade Ogundeji and what we can expect from him the rest of this season, before assessing Ta'Quon Graham and Jacob Tuioti-Mariner. Then, he explores what are the Falcons' options when it comes to Jarrett's future beyond this year. Do they extend or trade him? Part of the Locked On Podcast Network Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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The Show Notes Getting halfwayIntro Slau's new album!Slau's: Years Have Gone By - Years Have Gone ByDamian Handzy's Facts That'll Fuck Y'up - Urchins, Ted Cruz, Dentists, Blue eyes, more…Slau's: Years Have Gone By - Chemical ReactionAsk George - Kids? from Nathan G.Slau's: Years Have Gone By - Skeptical SpectacleReligious Moron of the Week - North Carolina Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson from Mike MolnarShow close Mentioned in the Show https://www.facebook.com/slau.halatyn@SlauBeSharp sessionswithslau.com Slau's page on iTunes Listen on Vodacast for bonus content! ................................... SUBSCRIBE! You can sign up at the Geologic Podcast page or at Subscriber.GeorgeHrab.com where you can learn more about the perks of being a Geologist or a Geographer. If you've already subscribed, stop by Subscriber.GeorgeHrab.com to check out the archived content which we at the Geologic Universe are rolling out in phases. As always, thank you so much for your support! You make the ship go. ................................... Sign up for the mailing list: Write to Geo! A reminder that the portal to the Geologic Universe is at GeorgeHrab.com. Thanks to Joseph Kolasinski, our webmaster. Check out Geo's wiki page thanks to Tim Farley. Have a comment on the show, a Religious Moron tip, or a question for Ask George? Drop George a line and write to Geo's Mom, too!
Embed from Getty Images Reggie Walker joined The Afternoon Rush to discuss the recent struggles for Sam Darnold, how important is the game vs Minnesota and much more!
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The New Orleans Saints should have had two players of the week this week. While Marshon Lattimore capped off a tremendous performance against former Ohio State University Buckeye teammate Terry McLaurin with a Defensive Player of the Week win, Blake Gillikin's remarkable day goes uncelebrated by the NFL. Why Blake Gillikin deserved the award, what he achieved that no one has since the year 2000, and how Marshon Lattimore's award is confirmed in the numbers and on tape. The Saints have only 8 sacks on the season, good for second to last in the NFL through five games. How double-teams on the edge have slowed down the typically production pass rush and how getting DT David Onyemata and EDGE Marcus Davenport back in the mix soon helps Cam Jordan, Carl Granderson, and Payton Turner. WWL-TV's Brooke Kirchhofer joins to talk about what the Saints have done so far this season, how the bye week turned out to be right on time, and what happens next as the team gets healthier. Celebrating Demario Davis and Marshon Lattimore for their standout starts to the season. Follow Brooke on Twitter @BrookeChesney Follow Ross on Twitter @RossJacksonNOLA Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Momentum=the quantity of motion of a moving body People want big results. People fail because they RUSH to big results. They expect a result and don't respect the process! You can't skip to the end. You must take each individual step. That's where you learn. That's where and how you build momentum Momentum is built with consistent daily action. You don't fail at a result You fail at the preparation. Preparation takes learning. It's important to know that just learning it is not enough. If you just read and watch, you don't adapt and evolve. You gain knowledge but its not applied knowledge. You must DO. You must take action to get closer to that goal. Action build Momentum
This week we talk with longtime FBS defensive coordinator DJ Eliot about the defenses of Kentucky, Texas A&M, and Iowa and Penn State. We share what those defenses do well and how to incorporate some of their concepts and strategies from game planning to practice to in-game adjustments. Kentucky: -Cloud to a receiver -Star vs top receiver -What are you looking for in game plan -What can hurt cloud Texas A&M: -Brackets coverage -Playing the run with a “light” box -Games for run and pass -Jab and Go and Deep and Slow -Using Line stunts to push everything to safety -Calling a run or pass stunt and training DL to redirect -Structuring the terminology for games calls for run or pass -Teaching games in practice -Using special teams time with the offensive line to work games -Every pass game has to look like a rush Penn State vs. Iowa A game of adjustments and clock management Iowa defense: -Over-quarters -The balance of enough vs too much -Getting doubles on vertical when #2 eliminates himself -OLB grab #2 to flat and safety double #1 -How to adjust when key player is out of the game -Stoppers” on the call sheet -QB change - how does their game plan and calls change -Rush mentality and games and pressures change vs running QB -Game planning - identifying and knowing how #2 QB is different -Example - facing Lamar Jackson Penn State: -3 Buzz -Under 1 -Making front looks and pressure looks look the same -Responding to sudden change -Installing sudden change in practice -Sudden change is a critical situation -Philosophy staring 11 in regardless of where a rotation is -Message of optimism -Sudden change in practice -The emotions of sudden change Related: Week 1 of Defense with DJ: https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/evolution-of-bama-uga-defenses-stems-creepers-complimentary-ball-dj-eliot-defensive-coordinator Interview with DJ Eliot - Part 1: https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/player-development-and-the-race-against-time-dj-eliot-defensive-coordinator-kansas Part 2: https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/player-development-and-the-race-against-time-part-2-dj-eliot-defensive-coordinator-kansas
We are Traci and Ellie, two bookish friends who talk in any spare minute that we have. This week we will be discussing our love for October reads! To shop the books listed in this episode, visit our shop at bookshop.org. Literally Reading: The Neighbor's Secret by L. Alison Heller (Traci) The Younger Wife by Sally Hepworth (Ellie) Literally Listening: Rush by Lisa Patton (Traci) Fault Lines by Emily Itami (Ellie) October Reads: The Sundown Motel by Simone St. James (Traci) A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness (Ellie) Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier (Traci) Home Before Dark by Riley Sager (Ellie) Fantasticland by Mike Bockoven (Traci) The Invisible Life of Addie Larue by V.E. Schwab (Ellie) The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern Carrie by Stephen King What's Next: A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness (Traci) The Library at Mount Char by Scott Hawkins (Traci) Shadow of Night by Deborah Harkness (Ellie) The Once and Future Witches by Alix E. Harrow (Ellie) Into the Drowning Deep by Mira Grant (Traci) The Witch Haven by Sasha Peyton Smith (Ellie) The Complete Poetry of Edgar Allan Poe (Ellie)
On this episode the boys sit down to two beer from Henderson Brewing out of Toronto Ontario. First was the Rush collaboration beer Rush Canadian Golden Ale and also the Henderson's Best Amber Ale. Tune in to hear all about them.Podcaster Involved:Jordan of Pitt Craft Beer Dad Warren of Fraser Mills fermentation Mike of Pacific Beer ChatIntro By Conundrum – Website, Facebook, Instagram
Bryn has two Apple watches that he wears, The Rock has now become a rapper, Rush members were left speechless at Ohio State Marching Band tribute on Saturday, and Smash Mouth singer slurs his words and curses at fans at a 'chaotic' live show! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Just in time for Canadian Thanksgiving we bring you our first ever Canadian Things edition of Podium Picks. Pat Vellner and Brent Fikowski join Sean and Tommy as they draft the greatest things from the Great White North. Get yourself some poutine, turn on a little Rush, put on your best Canadian Tuxedo and enjoy!
RUSH: Bonnie in Lehigh Valley Pennsylvania, welcome to the EIB Network. Great to have you, sir, hello. Ma'am! Sorry. CALLER: That's okay, Rush. Today is Columbus Day. And I would like you to talk about Christopher Columbus. RUSH: Well, I have a stack of Christopher Columbus stuff here. CALLER: Oh, great. Great. RUSH: It's not what you're gonna want to hear. CALLER: Maybe. (chuckles) I think he was a great, courageous visionary. I think he's a great role model for today's youth. He was an entrepreneur. If he didn't come here, if he didn't bump into America, who knows how the world would be different, but it would definitely be different. RUSH: I know. We wouldn't have cigars. CALLER: (laughing) That's right we wouldn't have all this great food. We wouldn't have freedom, because he really laid the foundation for that here. And I'm so frustrated when I hear only the bad things about him and all the garbage that they taught in the schools about him, and so I'd like to ask everybody to put their flag out today and maybe make a good dinner for their family and celebrate Columbus Day. RUSH: All right. CALLER: Thank you. RUSH: You bet. I'm glad you called. From the Rasmussen Reports Web page: ‘Twenty-four percent of Americans believe we should not honor Columbus with a national holiday.' This is the result of government and multicultural education winning. From, let's see, where's this from? The Washington Post. Boyce Rensberger, November 1, 1992. We went back to the archives. This is, what, seventeen…? Man, oh, man that's seventeen years ago. ‘The chief rival position — called the Columbian theory — argues that there was no syphilis in Europe until Columbus took it there. Advocates of this view agree that ‘leprosy' was a mixture of true leprosy with other sexually transmitted diseases, but that none of them was syphilis. More likely, they argue, the other disease was gonorrhea,' which my health teacher in junior high be pronounced gong-gorrhea. ‘Question: Did Syphilis Sail to Europe With Columbus and Crew?' And they've been debating this. https://www.rushlimbaugh.com/daily/2009/10/12/columbus_day_under_assault/ Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Today Stacey talks about the MAVERICK's return, the Aftermarket doing well while the OEMs are dealing with chip shortages and catastrophic flooding and finally plays a game of “What if….” While going through RUSH drummer Neil Peart's auto collection that recently went up for auction.
The number 100 can be looked at as a milestone in many facets. Live to 100, and not only are you old as dirt, but you've most likely outlived most of the people you came up with throughout your life—which might seem depressing, and sad but that really is quite an amazing accomplishment. You're also part of a very special club of people that hit that milestone. When you're nine years old, $100 feels like a million, and then you grow up and that same $100 feels like $1 because the other $99 is keeping you alive—but that feeling you had as a kid was priceless. Hit the highway and when you realize there is no traffic you put the pedal to the medal. When you get to 100 mph and fly past that speed limit sign, you feel like a million bucks. Little do you know, there is a speed trap up ahead. As soon as you see the cop car, you slam on the brakes but you know there is no way you're not done for. You coast by only to realize the cop that would love to give you that nice fat speeding ticket, is preoccupied with taking a nap and you're in the clear (though potentially fun, this scenario is not recommended). In the podcasting community making it to 100 episodes is quite the feat. With over 2 million podcasts out there clogging up your internet connection, many don't make it anywhere near recording 100 episodes. This happens for many reasons, and quite simply put, podcasting just isn't for everyone, and that's okay. As we started approaching this milestone, we knew we had to put something together that would give back to our listeners and supporters. You guys always hear about what makes music so special to the three of us, but we wanted to be able to hear from all of you. We asked for clips of you telling everyone about an artist or album that greatly impacted your lives, and that is exactly what you gave us. With so many clips in hand, we've split this episode in two, for twice the fun. This is part 1, of a 2 part series made up entirely of you, our listeners, and supporters. Without you, there would be no podcast, and there surely wouldn't be 100 episodes in the can. It's with true gratitude and love from the bottom of our hearts that we say thank you. Thank you for making this possible, and thank you for allowing us to hit this milestone with all of you in tow. It's season 4, episode 15 of what we hope becomes everyone's favorite music podcast. Here's to the next 100. LET'S GO!!! Keep up with all of the music we talk about in each episode by listening to the Infectious Groove Podcast Companion Songs playlist, exclusively on Spotify. Infectious Groove Podcast, part of the OddPods Media Network.
Canadian prog rock band Saga released their fourth album Worlds Apart in September 1981, but it took some time to catch fire. By March 1983 their first single was peaking on the charts. Rupert Hine, producer for Canadian power trio Rush, also produced this album which was both a critical and commercial success. The band consisted of Steve Negus on percussion, Jim Gilmour on lead synthesizer, Ian Crichton on guitar, Jim Crichton on bass and keyboards, and Michael Sadler on lead vocals. Sadler and Jim Crichton were the primary songwriters for the band.This album seemed to hit a sweet spot between progressive and commercial sensibilities. It also saw a change in the energy level out of Michael Sadler which is attributed to an interesting intervention by Rupert Hine. It is said that Hine had Sadler climb to the rafters of the barn where the recording studio for “Worlds Apart” was located, in order to get the right emotion. The group also toured extensively in the United States where they opened for Billy Squier and Jethro Tull, and they benefitted from airplay on their music video for "On the Loose" and "Wind Him Up" during MTV's first year.Worlds Apart would hit number 3 on the Top Rock Albums chart, and the single "On the Loose" hit number 26 on the Billboard Hot 100. The album would be certified Gold in 1983, and would help the band win the Juno Award in Canada for "Most Promising Group of the Year."This album takes us back to some really good days in 1983, and we hope it does the same for you.Friend of the show John Lynch joins us for this album feature. On the LooseThe first single from the album benefitted from airplay of its video on the new MTV cable channel. The song is tight, with heavy synthesizer use, and excellent coordinated runs in the keyboards and guitar. The song itself is about what it sounds like - cutting loose in the evening.Time's UpThis deeper cut discusses the risk of being a daydreamer and a "man of inaction." Don't let the time pass you by, wishing your life away. Note the use of a child's voice and telephone special effects to make the point. The InterviewAnother quintessential 80's sound can be found on this deep track. The singer is talking to himself through multiple personalities. The idea is of an individual trying to piece himself together through the internal interview. "There's one thing I must know, tell me why you can't let go?"Wind Him UpThe second single from the album is well known and energetic. It is a portrayal of a compulsive gambler who can't break away from the casino. It breaks into multiple sections as would be expected in a prog rock piece, but it remains accessible. "Wind him up, he can't stop. He's wound up tight just like the clock that's winding its second hand down."ENTERTAINMENT TRACK:Main Theme from the television series "Little House On the Prairie”This show concluded its run in March 1983. Michael Landon directed many of the episodes as well as playing Pa Ingalls. STAFF PICKS:I Know There's Something Going On by FridaBruce's staff pick is from ABBA alumnae Anni-Frid Lyngstad, going by the name Frida. Lyngstad recorded her solo album in February 1982 during the last year of ABBA, and wanted to lave a different sound. The song was written by Russ Ballard of Argent, and was produced by Phil Collins, who also played drums and contributed backing vocals.Goody Two Shoes by Adam Ant"Don't drink, don't smoke? What do you do?" Wayne features this new wave pop hit with a distinctive swing beat. When he came over to the States, front man Stuart Leslie Goddard shortened the name of his punk band, "Adam and the Ants" and began touring as "Adam Ant." The song is somewhat autobiographical, as Adam Ant did not drink or do drugs.Africa by TotoOur Guest filling in for Brian this week is John Lynch. He brings us a song that has had incredible staying power. Toto's start as session players comes through in the tightness and production value of their songs, with this classic being no exception. You will also have to search far and wide to find lyrics like "sure as Kilimanjaro rises like Olympus above the Serengeti."Shock the Monkey by Peter GabrielRob's staff pick peaked at number 29 on the charts. The song is a love song about how jealousy can release base, animal instincts. The video flips between Gabriel in a room dressed in a business suit, and Gabriel as a shaman with his face painted. It is a nice finish, as Saga front man Michael Sadler considered Peter Gabriel one of his vocal inspirations. INSTRUMENTAL TRACK:Rockit by Herbie HancockWe finish off this week's podcast with Hancock's instrumental masterpiece. If you haven't seen this video, you're missing out.
This week, we're talking with Hugh Syme, the man behind Rush's indelible album covers and art work! From Caress of Steel to Clockwork Angels and everything in between, Hugh's contributions to the Rush landscape are impossible to overestimate. Join us as Hugh recounts the process of creating Rush album covers, opines on connection between an album cover and music behind it, and discusses the new expanded edition of his coffee table book The Art of Rush: Serving a Life Sentence.
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If you're heading back into the office (or already have), Kathleen is filling us in on the one thing most offices DON'T have that they should! Does yours? Then, Bethany is talking about nightmares and what awesome movies and books they've inspired. Plus, Kathleen and Bethany talk about a letter they received from a frustrated Tastebud who has some feedback. ------ Check out our merch! —> https://store.dftba.com/collections/an-acquired-taste-podcast ------ What We Talked About: Ep. 205 - “The True Story Behind Freddy Krueger & Breathing Techniques for Anxiety” https://audioboom.com/posts/7385944-the-true-story-behind-freddy-krueger-breathing-techniques-for-anxiety Netflix: Midnight Mass Netflix: Squid Games ------ Join our Patreon! -->Join our Patreon! —> https://www.patreon.com/acquiredtaste October Live Shows: Oct. 12 & Oct. 28th @ 7:30 PM ET ------ Please support the companies that support us! Athena Club - Show your skin you care with the Athena Club Razor Kit! Sign up today and you'll get 20% off your first order! Just go to AthenaClub.com and use promo code TASTE! Four Sigmatic Mushroom Coffee - Get up to 40% off + Free Shipping on Mushroom Coffee bundles. To claim this deal you MUST go to Foursigmatic.com/AT Rothy's - For the third year in a row, Rothy's is launching an exclusive autumn collection featuring washable merino wool styles. Right now, you can get $20 off your first purchase at rothys.com/TASTE Aurate - For 20% off your first Aurate purchase, go to AurateNewYork.com/taste and use the promo code “taste” Hello Fresh - Go to HelloFresh.com/taste14 and use code “taste14" for up to 14 free meals, including free shipping! ------ KATHLEEN'S SOURCES: "Employers Have Been Offering the Wrong Office Amenities"- https://www.theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/2021/10/fresh-air-cool-new-office-amenity/620288/ https://www.incomediary.com/top-20-most-awesome-company-offices/ https://www.insider.com/coolest-offices-design-us-2018-5#headquartered-in-sheboygan-wisconsin-acuity-insurance-is-known-for-its-permanent-65-foot-tall-ferris-wheel-2 https://www.totalclean.co.uk/blog/europes-coolest-offices-red-bull-uk-hq-in-london/ BETHANY'S SOURCES: Trailer, “Hausu” https://www.imdb.com/video/vi2997729305?playlistId=tt0076162&ref_=tt_ov_vi David Lynch Interview & “The Alphabet” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6kLzKgcLew Trailer, “Dance of Reality” - https://www.imdb.com/video/vi3277503001?playlistId=tt2301592&ref_=tt_ov_vi “La Villa Strangiato,” Rush - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eK1hmDpa8bo https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/nightmare-disorder/symptoms-causes/syc-20353515 https://www.ranker.com/list/child-nightmares-films/lisa-a-flowers https://www.toptenz.net/10-books-and-movies-that-were-inspired-by-dreams.php https://www.bbc.com/culture/article/20190418-the-man-who-photographs-his-nightmares https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/6-masterpieces-made-while-artists-slept https://www.verywellmind.com/why-do-we-dream-top-dream-theories-2795931 http://www.2112.net/powerwindows/transcripts/19780930sounds.htm https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/66007/15-songs-came-dreams “Classical Composer Reacts to La Villa Strangiato (Rush),” The Daily Doug, Episode 87: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VDRAj5jTmzM “Alex Lifeson 2021 Interview,” Make Weird Music YT Channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qrOdzTH1qWQ