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En Caso de que el Mundo Se Desintegre - ECDQEMSD

Los inicios de año nos empujan a cambios, a veces elegidos a veces obligados. Los ciclos cumplidos y el vértigo que provoca lo nuevo. Noticias Del Mundo: Los 20 de Guantánamo - Y AMLO tenía Covid - Los presos político en Nicaragua - Djokovic en Melbourne - El panorama según el Banco Mundial - Cortes de luz masivos en Buenos Aires - En memoria de Martín Carrizo - Blixa Bargeld, Rob Zombie,  Sex Pistols y Marc Bolan con T-Rex. Historias Desintegradas: La jefa imposible - Trabajo en equipo - Etapa Berlín - Buscando depa en Barcelona - Cambio de orden - Veracruz, Oaxaca y CDMX - Bienvenidos a Bogotá - Noticia de último momento - Yoda en Chihuahua - Las capacidades de los teléfonos - Cócteles y Viajes en el Tiempo - Infantes y mascotas - La Pancracia y el pino navideño - Mascotas españolas documentadas y más...  https://www.canaltrans.com/ecdqemsd_podcast_2022/5173_cambios.html En Caso De Que El Mundo Se Desintegre - ECDQEMSD Daily Podcast 

QPR Podcast
Uncle Albert and the Sex Pistol

QPR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 66:02


Albert Adomah, Sex Pistol Glen Matlock and Inbetweeners creator Iain Morris join Chris Charles and Paul Finney in a star-studded podcast that's not to be missed!

Und dann kam Punk
53: TV Smith (THE ADVERTS, EXPLORERS, CHEAP) - Und dann kam Punk

Und dann kam Punk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 127:36


Im Gespräch mit TV Smith. Wir reden über Bob Dylan, NME & die Sex Pistols, Ramones & das Punk-Fanzines, "Wir sind kein Punk" (Johnny Rotten), liberale Eltern, ein Hemd ohne Ärmel, hohe Arbeitslosigkeit, neue Bands im Marquee sehen, London war langweilig, Vivienne Westwoods Klamotten waren zu teuer, Outsider der Outsider sein, das Punk Festival im 100 Club in 1976, unusual guitarist wanted, Vorband von Generation X und Slaughter & The Dogs im Roxy, "One Chord Wonders" 7" auf Stiff Records, eine Tour mit The Damned, plötzlich bei Top of The Pops, klassischer Punk war 78 schon vorbei, die Auflösung der Adverts, ein paar Wochen später schon die Explorers, eine kurze Krise von 1980-1989, die Gründung von Cheap nach dem DIY-Prinzip, das Drama um Channel 5, die Neuerfindung als Solo-Künstler dank Attila the Stockbroker, eine besondere Verbindung zu Deutschland, im Alter auf Tour sein, der Kontakt zu Die Toten Hosen, bei Pushed Again mithelfen, realistisch ist das neue idealistisch, es wird immer härter eine politische Lösung zu finden, lieber eigene Musik machen als Platten hören, uvm.

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Is It Rolling, Bob? Talking Dylan: Richard Strange

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 47:13


Writer and musician Richard Strange insists “If you don't want to be Bob Dylan, you shouldn't be writing songs”. He takes us on a journey that starts in his Brixton comprehensive (“I was always bunking off, going to art galleries and the haunted, dingy Soho flesh-pot folk clubs”). He discovers “the boy band of Beat literature: Burroughs, Kerouac and Ginsberg”. And he reminds us that Another Side of Bob Dylan still provides “an embarrassment of riches, lyrically and emotionally”. From witnessing a 1964 Kinks concert (“it blew my mind and changed my life”) to eventually working with Marianne Faithfull and Anita Pallenberg, Mr Strange proudly concludes that “Bob Dylan still haunts me”. Richard Strange is a writer, musician, composer, nightclub host, curator, actor and adventurer. His proto-punk rock band Doctors of Madness first performed in 1975 (supported by the Sex Pistols). He founded the influential mixed-media Cabaret Futura in 1980 and has subsequently worked as an actor, appearing extensively in films (Batman, Mona Lisa, Robin Hood - Prince of Thieves, Gangs of New York and Harry Potter) and on television. His many stage appearances include Tom Waits' musical fable The Black Rider. His memoir, Strange - Punks and Drunks and Flicks and Kicks was published in 2005. Richard currently presents the weekly radio show Dark Times Radio and is recording again with Doctors of Madness. Website Twitter Trailer Spotify playlist Listeners: please subscribe and/or leave a review and a rating. Twitter @isitrollingpod Recorded 10th November 2021 This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

InObscuria Podcast
Ep. 106: Merry Rock n' Punk n' Metal Christmas!

InObscuria Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 76:31


Spike your eggnog, hop on your sleigh, and take a ride with us to Christmas land! This ain't the Bing Crosby Christmas Special though! This is Christmas the way we like it; featuring the finest rock n' punk n' metal we could find under the tree. Put your reindeer horns in the air and bang along with the boys as we celebrate the Holiday season the InObscuria way!!!What is it we do here at InObscuria? Every show Kevin opens the crypt to exhume and dissect from his personal collection; an artist, album, or grouping of tunes from the broad spectrum of rock, punk, and metal. This week we stray a bit from our standard rigor because… well, because it's the end of 2021 and we just feel like spreading some Christmas cheer in another otherwise gloomy year. We hope everyone's families are safe, and that you are able to take some time to kick back and rock with us! Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!Songs this week include:Rob Halford - “O Come, O Come, Emanuel” from Halford III: Winter Songs (2009)UK Subs - “Hey Santa Claus!” from Punk Rock Christmas (2015)Helix - “Christmas Time Is Here Again” from Heavy Metal Christmas (2008)Chuck Billy & Scott Ian - “Silent Night” from We Wish You A Metal Xmas And A Headbanging New Year (2008)The Suicide Machines - “You're A Mean One, Mr. Grinch” from Punk Rock Christmas (2015)Jeff Scott Soto / Bob & Bruce Kulick / Chris Wyse / Ray Luzier - “We Wish You A Merry Christmas” from We Wish You A Metal Xmas And A Headbanging New Year (2008)Chris Squire - “Adam Lay Y'Boundin” from Chris Squire's Swiss Choir (2007)Girlschool - “Auld Lang Syne” from We Wish You A Metal Xmas And A Headbanging New Year (2008)Type O Negative - “Red Water (Christmas Mourning)” from October Rust (1996)Please subscribe everywhere that you listen to podcasts!Visit us: https://inobscuria.com/https://www.facebook.com/InObscuriahttps://twitter.com/inobscuriahttps://www.instagram.com/inobscuria/Buy cool stuff with our logo on it!: https://www.redbubble.com/people/InObscuria?asc=uIf you'd like to check out Kevin's band THE SWEAR, take a listen on all streaming services or pick up a digital copy of their latest release here: https://theswear.bandcamp.com/If you want to hear Robert and Kevin's band from the late 90s – early 00s BIG JACK PNEUMATIC, check it out here: https://bigjackpnuematic.bandcamp.com/Check out Robert's amazing fire sculptures and metal workings here: http://flamewerx.com/

The 20 Million Club
20 Minute Club – Sex Pistols: Anarchy In The UK

The 20 Million Club

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 22:28


In which Scott goes on an impassioned but barely comprehensible rant about why certain punk bands mean so much more than, say, More Than A Feeling can ever hope to mean.

Turned Out A Punk
Episode 384 - The Clean (David Kilgour, Hamish Kilgour, Robert Scott)

Turned Out A Punk

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 82:43


FACTS: Fact #1: The Clean are one of the best punk bands of all time  Fact #2: All three members - David Kilgour, Hamish Kilgour & Robert Scott, from the classic “Boodle, Boodle, Boodle” EP  are on the show today! Fact #3: These are three of the greatest songwriters ever & the host of the show (Damian) is very excited Fact #4: The topics discussed range from: What was New Zealand's Proto-punk to why Chris Knox is a great guide for an acid trip  Fact #5: This is not to be missed!!!!!! Fact #6: Merge Records has just reissued The Clean's ESSENTIAL “Boodle, Boodle, Boodle” EP! Get it in stores now!!!! Fact #7: You can pick up a Turned Out A Punk shirt at turnedoutapunk.com Other facts talked about on the show: Seeing punk on TV The Kiwi that filmed the Sex Pistols at Buckingham Palace The La De Das The Space Volts Never mind Lydon, Here's The Split Endz People used to come to NZ in the 60's The Mumps Clean name connection  Chris Knox as a guide/ proto-punk DJ on an acid trip The Enemy: first in Dunedin  Proud Scum The Suburban Reptiles The post-pub-rock scene The Idle Idols Punks were just hippies with short hair  learning to play bagpipes “for the drone, man!” “Never been a christian” Seeing the Buzzcocks The Toy Love mistake the hard rocking Aussie scene The Four Stars ep and Wellington The Cure were the coolest band The Bootboys and Bootgirls Chris Knox The class division in punk Seeing Lou Reed live Mom delivering records The Jello Biafra VS The Clean: Beef Patti Smith knocking down Hamish's art Jane County rules & so much more!!!! BROUGHT TO YOU BY VANS 

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Rock's Backpages 117: Holly George Warren on Janis Joplin + The Monkees + Michael Nesmith

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 81:19


In this episode we invite Holly George-Warren — beamed in from upstate New York — to tell us about her long and distinguished career as a journalist, author and editor. Holly revisits her North Carolina childhood and early infatuation with pop radio, then talks about her move to New York City in the early '80s, her East Village bands Clambake and Das Furlines, and her long tenure at Rolling Stone Press. Barney, Mark and Jasper ask her about the latest of her many books — her acclaimed 2019 biography of Janis Joplin — and tie this in with two clips from a 1984 audio interview with Peter Albin of Big Brother & the Holding Company, including his account of Joplin's impact on the band in 1966. Conversation turns to the passing of Michael Nesmith, the Monkee who walked away from pop fame to commence life as an eccentric country singer-songwriter. We hear a clip of the lugubrious Texan speaking about the Monkees in 1974, then discuss "America's Beatles" [sic] and Nesmith's own singular musical legacy. Mark and Jasper talk us out with their reflections on new library pieces about John Peel (1969), the Cockettes (1971), Daft Punk (1997) and artist Jean-Michel Basquiat (2000). Many thanks to special guest Holly George-Warren; please visit her website hollygeorgewarren.com for details about her books, including Janis: Her Life and Music. Pieces discussed: Janis Joplin, Peter Albin audio, The Monkees, Michael Nesmith, Mike Nesmith audio, Marc Bölan, John Peel, The Cockettes, Ronnie Scott, The Sex Pistols, The Life and Work of Basquiat and Christmas singles. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Rock's Backpages
E117: Holly George Warren on Janis Joplin + The Monkees + Michael Nesmith

Rock's Backpages

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 80:19


In this episode we invite Holly George-Warren — beamed in from upstate New York — to tell us about her long and distinguished career as a journalist, author and editor. Holly revisits her North Carolina childhood and early infatuation with pop radio, then talks about her move to New York City in the early '80s, her East Village bands Clambake and Das Furlines, and her long tenure at Rolling Stone Press. Barney, Mark and Jasper ask her about the latest of her many books — her acclaimed 2019 biography of Janis Joplin — and tie this in with two clips from a 1984 audio interview with Peter Albin of Big Brother & the Holding Company, including his account of Joplin's impact on the band in 1966. Conversation turns to the passing of Michael Nesmith, the Monkee who walked away from pop fame to commence life as an eccentric country singer-songwriter. We hear a clip of the lugubrious Texan speaking about the Monkees in 1974, then discuss "America's Beatles" [sic] and Nesmith's own singular musical legacy. Mark and Jasper talk us out with their reflections on new library pieces about John Peel (1969), the Cockettes (1971), Daft Punk (1997) and artist Jean-Michel Basquiat (2000). Many thanks to special guest Holly George-Warren; please visit her website hollygeorgewarren.com for details about her books, including Janis: Her Life and Music. Pieces discussed: Janis Joplin, Peter Albin audio, The Monkees, Michael Nesmith, Mike Nesmith audio, Marc Bölan, John Peel, The Cockettes, Ronnie Scott, The Sex Pistols, The Life and Work of Basquiat and Christmas singles.

2020伝説のラジオ番組・全英Top20
EP. #34 Sex Pistolsの伝記ドラマ「Pistol」に期待!

2020伝説のラジオ番組・全英Top20

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2021 15:04


第34回目は、Sex Pistolsのギタリスト、Steve Jonesの回顧録を基に、映画『トレイン・スポッティング』や『スラムドッグ$ミリオネア』の監督として知られるイギリスの映画監督・ダニー・ボイル( Danny Boyle )が映像化したドラマ「Pistol」について。米ケーブルテレビ局FX制作のドラマシリーズ(全6話)で、2022年に配信公開予定。(日本公開は現時点で未定) イギリスの社会と文化が永遠に変わった瞬間をどのようにダニー・ボイルが映像化しているのか、その期待を大貫憲章が熱く語る! 番組の感想は公式facebookまで! m.facebook.com/zenei20

Besta platan
#0117 Sex Pistols – Never Mind the Bollocks, Here‘s the Sex Pistols

Besta platan

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 83:11


S02E18  – Helstu upplýsingar: www.bestaplatan.com/pistlar  – Heimsækið www.bestaplatan.com fyrir allt eldra efni.

Rarified Heir Podcast
Rarified Heir Podcast Episode #56: Ann Marie Snyder (Tom Snyder)

Rarified Heir Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 85:38


  Today on the Rarified Heir Podcast we are talking to Ann Marie Snyder, daughter of journalist, news anchor and talk show host Tom Snyder who will soon be the topic of a documentary of his life, called Tom Who? Known primarily as the host of his late night program, The Tomorrow Show in the 1970s and his Late, Late Show with Tom Snyder in the 1990s, Tom Snyder was a charismatic, deep-thinking, irreverent and ethical personality who pioneered the long form, single subject interview on American television beginning in the early 1970s. Unlike say Johnny Carson or Merv Griffin (or even Steve Allen or Ernie Kovacs), Snyder considered himself a journalist first. His interviews with everyone from Charles Manson to John Lennon, Johnny Rotten, Kiss, Henry Miller and Howard Stern were either casual conversations you could slip into like a soft pair of slippers or occasionally cantankerous affairs, usually done with a cigarette in hand and a hearty laugh. Snyder loved his audience and his audience loved him. Frequent call-in guests to his three-hour radio show in the 1980s were Sherman Helmsley, Robert Blake and some guy from Indiana who turned out to be David Letterman. We talk to Ann Marie about her dad and we hear stories about everything from how she was forbidden to visit the 9th floor where Saturday Night Life taped at 30 Rockefeller Plaza,  how her dad and Neil Young bonded over their mutual love of Lionel Trains and how her dad refused to allow her to see Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers at Madison Square Garden when guest and original Tom Petty drummer Stand Lynch gave Ann Marie two tickets and use of the band limo to the gig at age 15.It's a great conversation with Ann Marie as we talk about her dad, who hated network interference, loved a stiff drink and was quite possibly the Godfather of the podcast as we know it today. And so as Tom might say, "Fire up a colortini, sit back, relax, and watch the pictures, now, as they fly through the air." This is the Rarified Heir Podcast.  

Troubled Men Podcast
TMP182 JAMES "THE HOUND" MARSHALL ON THE LOOSE

Troubled Men Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 73:38


The radio personality, bar owner (Circle Bar, Lakeside Lounge NYC), and rock ’n’ roll musicologist moved to the punk rock ground zero of 1977 Lower East Side at age 18, meeting the Cramps, the Ramones, Richard Hell, and Lester Bangs on his very first day in town. His original WFMU radio show (’85-’97) established an outlet for unhinged rockers, blues wailers, greaseball classics, and instrumental madness from his massive collection of 45s and 78s. His new The Hound NYC radio show and Hound Howl podcast carry on that same love of music from the edge. The Hound brings his unvarnished opinions and acerbic wit as he joins the Troubled Men for a stroll through the rubble of memory lane. Topics include a Susan Cowsill Christmas concert, Thanksgiving, a new variant, mob influence, Paterson, N.J., Bud Abbott’s FBI file, life in Florida, Miriam Linna, the Contortions, Lydia Lunch, Robert Quine, Bradley Fields, the Home for Teenage Dirt, record collecting, the Dead Boys, Alex Chilton, Ned Sublette, x-rated parrot training, legal shooting galleries, Burroughs and Ginsberg, the New York Dolls in Florida, punk cross-pollination, the Sex Pistols, a nickname, Dave Clements, Snake & Jake’s Christmas Club Lounge, Peter Holsapple, rare records, giving up, Jim Dickinson, Lou Whitney, Danny Fields, the Beatles “Get Back,” Gene Clark, and much more. Intro music: Styler/Coman Break music: "Justine" by Don and Dewey Outro music: "The Wind" by Nolan Strong and The Diablos Support the podcast here. Join the Patreon page here. Shop for Troubled Men’s Wear here. Subscribe, review, and rate (5 stars) on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or any podcast source. Follow on social media, share with friends, and spread the Troubled Word. Troubled Men Podcast Facebook Troubled Men Podacst Instagram The Hound WFMU Radio Archive ('85-95) The Hound Radio Show Homepage The Hound Howl Podcast The Hound Facebook

The Best Good Band Podcast
Episode 29: Sex Pistols 'Never Mind The Bollocks, Here's The Sex Pistols' / Sex Pistols wrap-up

The Best Good Band Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 85:26


This week we're continuing our walk down formative punk band lane with a one-and-done deep dive into the Sex Pistols! We're talking about their only full-length 'Never Mind The Bollocks, Here's The Sex Pistols' and revisiting this polarizing classic. What holds up, what doesn't, what does it teach us about Good Bands!? We're covering it all and then we're adding the Sex Pistols to our definitive Best Good Band ranking! 

Und dann kam Punk
49: Thorsten Nagelschmidt (SEXTON & THE FRUSTIES, MUFF POTTER, BLOOD ROBOTS, Autor) - Und dann kam Punk

Und dann kam Punk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 210:21


Im Gespräch mit Thorsten. Wir reden über die blaue Stunde, deutsche Comedians, Formel 1 mit Limahl, frühes Interesse an Musik, smarter Pop von Talk Talk & Cock Robin, "Appetite for Destruction" von Guns´n´Roses aufm Schüleraustausch in England, Clash of Titans in der Philippshalle, Danzig im PC69, von Sex Pistols geflasht sein, 20 Lieblingsbands von Januar 91, der neue Mitschüler Sid (Vicious), Band-Shirts von EMP und eine Mini-Kutte, laut Mama schon immer ein Loner, Ersatzfamilie, "Klar, spiel ich Bass", drei Akkorde reichen für einen Hit, der erste Auftritt mit Sexton & the Frusties im Hot Mesum mit den Aids Days, alles machen was man in der Szene machen kann, "Junk Food Nightmare", viel Nausea hören, das Schieszhaus in Zeulenroda, Lieblingsband Februar 93, auf Tour mit den grandiosen I Spy aus Kanada, "the Bernd" und das "Buch Dein eigenes verficktes Leben", wegen der Band keinen vernünftigen Abschluss machen, "Wir hatten ja nix anderes", rumhängen bei Green Hell, im Call Center (inbound), Band-Sozialismus und die "Kasse", Major-Label- und Barcode-Diskussionen, was ist eigentlich Punk, die Anfänge von Blood Robots, überraschenderweise über Boot Down The Door, wenn man sich auf ne Bühne stellt soll es halt geil sein, die Klipp-Fabrik von Familie Potthoff, Steven Chamberlains nichtvorhandene Texte, vegane Crepesläden, Tagebuchschreiben um Sachen loszuwerden, Interesse an Sprache, nach dem Demo ging´s bergab, Gedanken übers Künstlersein, eine Instant-Identitätskrise, Tauchen, "Future Sounds" von Christoph Dalkach, Musik: Pisse, Scott Walker, Bohren & der Club of Gore, Lorde, Curtis Harding, Momentaufnahme Lieblingsbücher: "Rohstoff" (Jörg Fauser), "Arbeit & Struktur" (Wolfgang Herrndorf), sowie Bücher Annie Ernaux, ein erstaunter & beruhigter 14jähriger Nagel, uvm.

British Scandal
Anarchy In The UK (Sex Pistols) | Interview | 5

British Scandal

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 33:59


Malcolm Mclaren's biographer Paul Gorman talks to us about Mclaren's legacy and what it was like meeting the man back in the 1970s.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

KUCI: Film School
Out of the Blue / FIlm School Radio interview with Producers John Alan Simon and Elizabeth Karr

KUCI: Film School

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2021


A kind of spiritual sequel (and cautionary counterpoint) to Hopper's own Easy Rider, OUT OF THE BLUE chronicles the idealism of the sixties decline into the hazy nihilism of the 1980's. Don Barnes (Dennis Hopper) is a truck driver in prison for drunkenly smashing his rig into a school bus. Linda Manz (Days of Heaven) plays Cebe, his daughter, a teen rebel obsessed with Elvis and The Sex Pistols. Her mother (Sharon Farrell) waitresses, shoots up drugs and takes refuge in the arms of other men. Cebe runs away to Vancouver's punk scene and ends up on probation under the care of psychiatrist Raymond Burr. After Don's release, the family struggles to re-connect before the revelation of dark secrets leads to a harrowing conclusion. The driving force behind this long overdue restoration and redemption are John Alan Simpson and Elizabeth Karr and they join us for a conversation on where OUT OF THE BLUE fits into the filmography of outlaw artist Dennis Hopper and why film lovers should be celebrating the re-release of this raw and ragged middle finger of a film from one of cinema's great provocateurs. For news and updates go to: outofthebluedennishopper.com

Turned Out A Punk
Episode 378 - Ray Ahn (The Hard-Ons, Nunchakka Superfly, The Victims)

Turned Out A Punk

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 157:36


What happens when heroes become friends? Find out today as Damian sits down with one of his heroes, The Hard-Ons' Ray Ahn, and quickly realizes that they are birds of a feather. Listen in as the two discuss their shared passions of punk and record collecting. From AC/DC playing earth shatteringly loud at the local park, to power erasing signed records, to confronting hate with humour, to why Jerry A should have thrown Mick Harvey off that boat and so much more: THIS IS NOT TO BE MISSED!  Also, don't miss The Hard-Ons' latest awesome lp “I'm Sorry Sir, That Riff's Been Taken” on Cheersquad Records!  Also, check out the latest lp by Ray's other fantastic band: Nunchukka Superfly's “The Aussie Exorcism (Nah Mate, You Can't Punch A Ghost)” on Tym Records! Also, head over to turnedoutapunk.com and grab a shirt for this podcast! Also touched on: The various species and sub-species of record collectors Australian love for hard rock Getting the SexPistols single from a friend who didn't like it “No one bought Tartus  Beautifully instructional The Ramones and the Saints seal the deal AC/DC playing in the park The influence of the volume on kids in the 70s Accidentally erasing Kym Bradshaw's signature (I'm) Stranded: the real Australian National Anthem Record Collections not as places of enjoyment Having to deal with Racists  Confronting Nazis with humour   The Celibate Rifles The Slugfuckers They not-so-good ol' days The Asshole Roster System being in The Victims Seeing Gauze in '89 Touring Japan with Snuff and Sean ‘Fat Bob' Forbes AND TONS MORE GOODNESS Brought to you by VANS

DJ 50 Spänn
Försvenskat! (del 3) featuring Martin Alarik

DJ 50 Spänn

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 83:25


Ännu en djupdykning i FÖRSVENSKNINGAR – det vill säga: utländska guldlåtar översatta till ärans och socialrealismens hemspråk! Hur låter Wham! på kårspex-svenska? Går det ens att översätta Sex Pistols till vårt språk? Grejar ett sörmländskt dansband att tolka Tina Turners svärta? Det är ju försvenskat också!

Deep Dive: An AllMusicBooks Podcast
Episode 76: "Michael DesBarres: Who Do You Want Me To Be?" with J. Elvis Weinstein

Deep Dive: An AllMusicBooks Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 24:01


Michael DesBarres' six-decade career as an actor and rock singer is a veritable museum of pop culture. From To Sir, With Love to MacGyver and over a hundred other TV and film roles, and a diverse music career including brushes with Led Zeppelin, Sex Pistols, and appearing at Live Aid as the lead singer of The Power Station, Michael recounts his story with the help of many friends. Director J. Elvis Weinstein takes us behind the scenes into the making of this unique documentary and recounts how his friendship grew with Michael, his ex-wife Pamela DesBarres, and how and why he made this movie. Part of Pantheon Podcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Richmond Til We Die: A Ted Lasso Podcast
Ted Lasso S2E2: Like Tall Yodas

Richmond Til We Die: A Ted Lasso Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 58:31


Welcome back to the Dogtrack, Greyhounds! In this episode Marisa, Christian, and Brett discuss Season 2, Episode 2: Lavender.We chat about how it feels to see some of our favorite characters drifting out to sea, discuss the return of prodigal son Jamie Tartt, and touch on the overarching themes of vulnerability and fraught paternal relationships this season. We also take some time to think about Dr. Sharon's journey and how she'll grow throughout the season.We get into the incredible visual FX efforts that went into making Soccer Saturday happen, and of course chat about the Sex Pistols, Queen, Cheers, and unearth even more Shakespeare references in this packed episode!Full show notes and transcript will be available at www.tedlassopod.com soon.Richmond Til We Die is a conversation about the Apple TV+ show Ted Lasso, where we explore the characters, their relationships to each other, and how they're able to make us laugh until we can hardly breathe one moment and then feel with the deepest parts of our hearts the next. When you're here, you're a Greyhound!

Morto's Metal Museum
MMM - Episode #69 – Exodus Geek-Out Session With Cavallo

Morto's Metal Museum

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 100:33


Recorded on 11/20/21   MMM – This is the pirate podcast that is your source for non-radio-friendly hard rock and heavy metal tunes that only die-hards will appreciate - obscurities from my personal music collection that I have amassed for over 40 years - bootlegs, bonus tracks, FM radio concerts, B-sides, demos, live tracks, imports, deep album cuts, and covers.   Please support the bands featured in this episode by purchasing their music: Exodus AC/DC (cover) Sex Pistols (cover) Scorpions (cover) Angel Witch (cover) Ted Nugent (cover)   Shout-outs in this episode go to: Jagermeister   Upcoming shows for the following bands were duly pimped in this episode: The Bay Strikes Back Tour (Testament, Exodus, Death Angel)   Check out the Inside Metal Documentary series   Check out my Leather Jacket Signatures and Concert Ticket Stubs & Memorabilia   Please like us on Facebook Please visit the Morto's Metal Museum web site   MMM is always available for free at: Apple Podcasts Google Podcasts Facebook MortosMetalMuseum.com   Be sure to subscribe now!   Eric Mortensen The Metal CPA Curator, Host & Producer Morto's Metal Museum, The Podcast   Bay Area Tributes   #MortosMetalMuseum #MetalCPA #Bootleg

British Scandal
Anarchy In The UK (Sex Pistols) | Sid And Nancy | 4

British Scandal

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 42:20


With John gone Malcolm tries to make Sid the new lead singer. What he doesn't realise is Sid and Nancy's drug addiction and dependency is about to lead to tragedy.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Rock N Roll Pantheon
AllMusicPodcasts 76: "Michael DesBarres: Who Do You Want Me To Be?" with J. Elvis Weinstein

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 23:31


Michael DesBarres' six-decade career as an actor and rock singer is a veritable museum of pop culture. From To Sir, With Love to MacGyver and over a hundred other TV and film roles, and a diverse music career including brushes with Led Zeppelin, Sex Pistols, and appearing at Live Aid as the lead singer of The Power Station, Michael recounts his story with the help of many friends. Director J. Elvis Weinstein takes us behind the scenes into the making of this unique documentary and recounts how his friendship grew with Michael, his ex-wife Pamela DesBarres, and how and why he made this movie. Part of Pantheon Podcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Artfully Told
Episode 078 - ”What‘s the Most Important Role of an Artist?” - Part 2

Artfully Told

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 24:45


In today's episode, I have compiled some of our more recent guests' answers to the question, "What is the most important role of an artist?" This delightful compilation brings a plethora of unique, honest, and inspiring answers to that question, and I'm excited to share part two of this series with you today. Enjoy!    Enroll in Lindsey's dance and wellness courses: www.elevateart.thinkific.com  Support Artfully Told: www.paypal.me/elevateart Artfully Told links: www.facebook.com/artfullytold | www.artfullytold.podbean.com | elevateartskc@gmail.com Get a free audiobook through Audible!  http://www.audibletrial.com/ArtfullyTold Schedule your own interview as a featured guest with Artfully Told! https://calendly.com/artfullytold/podcast-interview   Episode 78 - "What's the Most Important Role of an Artist? - Part 2 [00:00:00] Lindsey Dinneen: Hello and welcome to Artfully Told, where we share true stories about meaningful encounters with art. [00:00:06] Krista: "I think artists help people have different perspectives on every aspect of life." [00:00:12] Roman: "All I can do is put my heart in to the world." [00:00:15] Elizabeth: "It doesn't have to be perfect the first time. It doesn't have to be perfect ever, really. I mean, as long as you, you're enjoying doing it and you're trying your best, that can be good enough." [00:00:23] Elna: "Art is something that you can experience with your senses and that you just experience as so beautiful." [00:00:31] Lindsey Dinneen: Hello, and welcome back to another episode of Artfully Told. I'm your host Lindsey, and I am delighted to be bringing you another special episode today. We are going to explore all of the different answers to the question, "what's the most important role of an artist?" Over the last year and a half I have gotten to ask that question of so many artists and guests that have been on my show. And I absolutely love hearing people's perspective on this question. So I'm excited to bring it all together for you in this special episode that I hope you thoroughly enjoy. [00:01:11] Mike Huerter: Probably just be true to yourself. You know, you, you can't fake art. It's, I mean, yeah, I'm portraying a role in something, and I guess people would maybe think that's fake, but for me, I want to do it to the very best of my ability. I want people to--when they, when they look and see me doing something, they don't see me, they see the person or, you know, that I'm trying to portray. [00:01:38] Gregg Gonzales: I think, I think it's to delight. Truly, I think it's to delight those, whether that delight can be in the form of, "I appreciate it. I think it's garbage. I think it's the greatest thing ever." I think it's to gain, to get a response from the people who are experiencing the art, whether it be music, whether it be a painting, whether it be a book. You want a response. You want, you want them to feel something. So to me as an artist, I want my people to, or I want the people who are experiencing my work to feel something. I know that sounds very general, but to me, it's about feeling. [00:02:23] Jami Robben: I would say the most important role is probably sharing your gifts with others, just to again, make them happy. I think a lot of times are sometimes can be, you know, just kept to yourself if you're scared of showing other people. But the best thing you could do as an artist is share it and inspire others with it. [00:02:44] JaJa Smith: To be honest, because we as people have dealt with enough bologna sandwich that, you know, it doesn't do anything for anyone, if you're just doing something for the sake of the adoration or the sake of a finished product. But if you're true and you're intentional and you're authentic, I mean, that is the product that people can truly get on board with. You know, I think that that is to not just to people, but also to the work itself, and then to the artists, because there have been a few times I may have flubbed or played it safer. And then, you know, I stepped back and the scene is over and, you know, I was just like, "What are you doing?" Like you, you know that you cheated yourself and you're like, "Why did I do that?" So the biggest thing to me is just be honest, be authentic with your work and everything that you do. You know, I don't see any need to talk about things that you don't understand. You know, like if, if you're a music artist, that's like, you know, tell your story. You know, you have a story. And it's beautiful. I mean, it's yours and it deserves to be told. [00:03:49] Darnell Benjamin: I think the number one rule for an artist is to be honest. I think that, to be honest, whatever that means, to be honest. [00:03:59] Emily Moores: I think that there are a lot of different kinds of roles for different kinds of artists. Like some artists have you reflect on, you know, historical events or connect you to maybe an idea or group of people that you wouldn't have a connection with. And I guess in any situation, whether, you know, like if I'm just creating artwork to be playful, I'm still creating a connection to this like physical, tangible object existing in space. And so for me, I would say artists create connections where we maybe haven't thought about them previously. [00:04:39] Harlem Lennox: To be themselves and to be truthful about what it is that they are trying to convey, whatever it is, no matter how dark you might feel that it is, or no matter how light it is, because it just-- I feel like if you can feel something and you can get something, some type of meaning from whatever it is, then it is art. And so if you are making, whether it's a piece of music or painting, if you're dancing, whatever it is, if it has meaning, and it is true to you, then I think that is the response. That is the responsibility of an artist. I don't want an artist who tries to be the next whomever. I don't want an artist who, okay, what is everybody liking right now? Let me try to create that. And I understand that people got to do what they got to do to get where they're trying to go. And so maybe they start off that way because they're still learning. But when you get to a point where you're confident enough and brave enough to be able to produce your own work, your own truth, whatever is in your soul, then I definitely think that that people have a responsibility to bring themselves to the art world, because like I said, we need it. We don't need another Van Gogh. He's here. He did his thing. Thank you Van. But I want to see another whomever it is: Brittany, Sam, you know, Godfrey, whoever. Bring me your art, bring me your truth. Or else it doesn't mean anything. [00:06:23] Christina Stanton: It's to tell their truth, because we all are having such different experiences in this world that what you want is that somebody is expressing your experience somewhere in art, doing something. And you just want to connect with art that's expressing your particular experience that you're having on this planet and is sharing your human experience. And so I just think artists should be telling their truth of how they're viewing the world and their experience, because there's going to be people out there that can relate and want to relate and want that comradery, and wants somebody to quote unquote, "understand them," but I just feel like it's a shared experience. So it's a story that, that can be shared with several people. We're not all having the same experience, but there are people out there who are having, you know, the same struggles, and the same highs and lows and joys. And they're looking at life in the world and God, and in the same way, do you want to connect to art that is speaking to you personally. [00:07:33] Jeffrey Holst: I think that artists bring perspective to everything. If we didn't have artists, our world would be very boring. So I think perspective and entertainment are probably the two things that are most important. [00:07:49] Lucas Zellers: The role of an artist is to tell us what to think about. And I think my experience with monsters and the study of them and sort of the practical use of monster theory is that art gives us a way of saying things that we couldn't say, or feeling things that we couldn't feel or experiencing things that we had no other way to experience. [00:08:13] Kristin Beale: The important role: to entertain and not to entertain others for that is a big plus, but to entertain yourself, to keep yourself happy to stay while you're doing it for it to be a good, you know, way to keep yourself happy. And, you know, it's a major plus if it can bring happiness to other people too. [00:08:34] Doug Motel: Well, I think the, the role of the artist is to lead us in our evolution. I think that you know, Darwin pointed out that we evolved from creatures in the sea, you know, we keep evolving and I think that there's an assumption that evolution is just kind of like on autopilot, but I don't. I believe that we could actually hasten the pace of our evolution. We can you know steer and direct our evolution and the ones that do that are the artists. So the role of the artist is nothing short of saving humanity. [00:09:15] Gloria Grace Rand: Well, the most important role-- I think it's just being true to who you are and to trust yourself to be able to communicate whatever it is that you want to communicate. Because if you're going about doing something in the arts to please someone else, it's not really ultimately going to be successful. I think you've gotta be able to do whatever it is from your heart to really be able to please yourself. And it may not please everybody. And that's okay. But as long as you are conveying what you want to convey from your heart, then it is going to touch someone else's heart. [00:09:58] Donna Kay Yarborough: There are many different roles that people have depending on their abilities and what their focus is. So like I mentioned earlier, some people just want to bring joy into the world. And I think that is lovely. Joy is defined on many different levels and that can be a pure focus in me. I I flavor joy on top of a baseline of perspective. I am ever the educator, even though I am not officially teaching in a classroom, my goal is to always teach in some manner or another. So making this tasty nugget of learning I think is how I function. And a lot of people out there function, there's other things you can do. Sometimes you just want to make a pretty thing, or sometimes you just want to decorate. And that again is very, very valuable in this world, but mine is teaching. [00:10:59] Christopher John Garcia: To make art. I mean, really, that's what it comes down to, I think. Wanting an artist to be a philosopher, a spokesman, any of that? Really not as important as the fact that they just create the work. [00:11:16] Jeff Leisawitz: To authentically create. I mean, that's it. So you create with the truth of their experience, whatever that is. It's not about building skills, although that's great if you do, right? I mean, you look at it again and in music, punk rock, you know, the Ramones and the Sex Pistols and, you know, bands like that, they sucked as musicians, but you could feel it, right? They were putting their heart and truth into the music and that's why it resonated so much. [00:11:50] Shawn Kilgore: To keep it alive, to keep it going. [00:11:53] Natalie Cordone: I think for me, it's to tell the truth, whatever your truth is in that moment, to be vulnerable enough, to be honest, in a way where you are sharing something real, sharing a piece of yourself with people that you might never meet or really get to know. [00:12:13] Corry MacDonald: Oh, artists are the way-showers. Most of us are stuck in our, our brains, myself included. Why do you think I share this? I have to learn what I'm sharing. So the artists seem to know that when they go into that flow state, when they go into that still point inside and bring something into the world that was never seen before, that they're dovetailing with all of life, with consciousness itself. And so they show those who've never gone there before what's possible, and they bring something new to form, which is sheer magic. [00:12:48] Sandy Rodriguez: I think that they're --okay-- it has two types of importance. One would be important for oneself. I think that as an artist, the importance of art to yourself would be allowing you to express feelings and modify them, so it's something that is both a source of expression and also a source of comfort to yourself as an artist, I think. But as to society or more as a whole, I think that, firstly, it can make society better by adding more beauty to everyday lives, but it can also shine a light on things that might be social ills or social problems. So it's simply another way of communicating. As a journalist, as a former newspaper editor, I would say that the role of art is not entirely different from the role of any other form of media. You can either shine a light on problems or spread the word on something that is beautiful, spread the word about something that is fascinating, bring more beauty to the world. [00:13:53] Sabrina Osso: It goes back to freedom to liberate. I like that word that you used during our interview: to, to liberate, liberate all emotions, whether it be happiness, sadness, anger. It could be, yeah, sadness, happiness, joy, liberation of all emotions, because once you release it, then you can get to the next level. So, yeah, liberation, I would say. [00:14:24] Anthony Saldana: Tell the truth. Just tell your own truth and also try to find your own. I know that stories have been told and retold, but try to find your own angle to, to put your own expression on, on a different take on a story. But I, I really believe in, in being honest in your work. [00:14:47] Jason Figueira: I think persistence is also something very important for an artist to have, because when you have a passion to tell a story, you don't give up telling it. There are a lot of obstacles that come up in any different kind-- dancing, whether it's painting, whether it's film or so many things that come up in your way. But as long as you have your passion to tell a story, you will overcome those obstacles. And I'd say, you know, there's an expression: a genius is 90% hard work and 10% ideas. So really it's about how much work you put into it. So I would say persistence is absolutely key for an artist to have, is absolutely a key quality rather, for an artist to have. [00:15:30] Sharon Glassman: I think if you truly believe it, see it, want to share it. That I think is probably what makes art, art. There's something there that's just intrinsically real. [00:15:47] Christopher Boorman: Well, for me, the role of an artist is to share their art. It's to share with other people how they see the world, to share how they feel about the human experience. I hate to sound trite, but I'm reminded of that question, "If a tree falls in the forest and there's nobody around, does it make a sound? So if you're creating art and you don't share it, then are you really an artist? You, you might have a hobby and that's just fine. You can make art for yourself. But I think for it to be art in its truest form, to be an artist, art needs to be shared, it needs to be enjoyed. [00:16:31] Bryan Colley: Well, that's a, that's a tricky question. I mean, I think the role of the artist is to, to offer ideas to the world and hopefully they can offer an idea. No one's thought of before. And of course, you know, everyone is born ignorant, so everyone experiences new ideas all the time in the, in the course of their life. It's not like there's this one set of ideas everybody knows. Everyone has a different experience. So, so everyone has a way to experience art and some people gain something from it and other people don't because maybe they've already experienced that or, or they don't understand it, you know? So, so you need a wide field of art out there because there's just different art for each person. [00:17:17] So you go through life learning things. You get an education, you read books, you, you know-- I'm a media junkie. I watch films and I listen to music, you know, it's consume, consume, consume. And I think at some point you want to contribute to that or you want to give back and it's like, "Well, I've learned all this for what reason?" It's like, so that I can take my experience and my knowledge and offer my ideas or my observations on that. So that's where art comes into play, I think. And I think it's something everyone can participate in. It's not just for professionals. Everyone can be an artist and offer something to the world. [00:18:01] Jessie Katz Greenberg: I think that it's just to share your perspective, whatever it is. And, and again, I mean, you'll, this might be very obvious from the way I've answered, I'm answering these questions, but I just feel like, you know, art is for everyone. So I just think the most important role is to share your perspective. And if that perspective is, you know, something deep that people have to think about, or if you're making an important political commentary or you're, you know, making things because it's cute and your perspective as you want to cheer people up and make them happy. And that's the point of it then. All of that is valid. So I think it's just sharing your perspective, whatever that is. [00:18:42] Patricia Karen Gage: I think it's liberation, freedom, total expression, and to help shift the misconceptions of, of reality. And it's an opportunity to interpret whatever it is that you, as a human being are here, are here in your own path to experience. And yeah, it's, it's the artist journey. [00:19:09] Sally Brown: I think to express themselves and make their voices heard because we're, we're documenting life in a creative way for history. So just continuing to do it and using their voice in different ways is just, is the most important role for them. So, yeah, just doing it. [00:19:28] Will Blaine: I know that artists do different things. I think that many artists like to make political statements and, and things like that, but I, I don't think that's the most important rule or role. I think that that artists should do it for themselves primarily. I, I've, I've seen people that are artists that want to become famous. I don't particularly want that myself. I, I mean, I don't, I never desired to be famous. I just like entertaining kids, basically. But I think that a person needs to do it as a, as a way of expressing themselves. That's the most important thing above everything else. [00:20:02] Phillip Andrew Bennett Low: So my instinctive response to that is leeriness, because I, first of all, I obviously do believe that there is an important role for artists. I'm a professional artist. It's, it's something I've devoted a huge portion of my life to. It's my passion. I am always a little fearful that there's a danger because we've all known that sort of the artist with the sort of messianic complex, you know, the idea that I'm creating something because I believe it's important. And this approach generally creates art that is not that enjoyable. And I'm, I'm resistant to that. That said, I do believe that art is important, but I, I tend to flinch from that as a starting place for making something. But if I had to say, what is the role of art? Again, the first thing that leaps into my mind is, it's to provide a kind of fun house mirror. It's to provide a reflection of reality that distorts it in some way or shifts our focus onto a specific aspect of it. [00:21:14] Aunia Kahn: The most important role of an artist is to not worry about what everybody thinks. The most important role of an artist is to do what they want to do in, in themselves, what feels right for them and to not cater to anybody else. Unless of course they're catering for a reason, like I said you know, a minute ago, like, you know, I want to sell my work and I know this kind of stuff sells, and this is what I'm creating, because I know I can make a dollar and pay my bills. That's great. You know, but I-- the role of an artist is to be who they want to-- I think the role of anybody, I think the role of an artist is the role of anybody, really, to be who you want to be without explaining yourself. Of course, unless you're harming people, that's a whole other thing, but, you know, be who you want to be, express how you want to express, live how you want to live, without the expectations and pressures of society and other people. That's how I feel artists and people not should-- cause I don't like the word should-- but would benefit in living life, being free, free of, free of all of that, to just be what you want to be, do what you want to do. Say what you want to say. [00:22:31] Justin Alcala: The most important part is communicate and inspire. If you have to find a fundamental way to connect to someone through your medium, and once you communicate with them, you inspire them to take what you said and make it their own. And for books, any characters' story, once I get it out in the world, it was no longer my story. It is the reader's story. What they think is far more important about the protagonist /antagonist, the plot than anything that I've dreamed up, it is their world to be inspired and kind of take it into their own lives and contribute. [00:23:05] Natsune Oki: Artists are the key player in terms of creating something new and creating a future of a future. Like it really like, you know, until now it's it was an engineer, but because now we've built some infrastructures for people to be more creative, possibility is unlimited, like with the artists combined with technology, like it's, it's going to be like crazy. Like it's going to be our future. [00:23:33] Rachel Moore: I know it's kind of a, that's been kind of a weird idea lately --the truth, but I think to shine a light on things that maybe for various reasons, society or people have said, you know, we can't look at this to shine a light in a way that is accessible. I think that if we just like, you know, shove things in people's faces like, eh, that's not really doing the job of art in my opinion. To invite people to see things differently, that's what I think the role of an artist. [00:24:01] Lindsey Dinneen: Well, I hope you enjoyed all of the answers to the question. What's the most important role of an artist. As you can tell, we have such a diverse group of guests who have come through the show and it's been so much fun to hear their perspectives on some of these really interesting questions that lead us to think deeper about different aspects of art. So thank you for joining me. And if you're feeling as inspired as I am, I'd love if you would share this with a friend or two and we will catch you next time. [00:24:35] If you have a story to share with us, we would love that so much. And I hope your day has been Artfully Told.

British Scandal
Anarchy In The UK (Sex Pistols) | A Common Enemy | 3

British Scandal

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 40:54


The Sex Pistols behaviour becomes more and more erratic and Malcolm Mclaren makes a drastic decision to try and keep the band together.CREDITS:Hosts: Matt Forde/Alice LevineWriter: Sarah WooleyEditor: Joe LidsterSound Design: Sam AdaSenior Producer: Joe SykesExecutive Producer: Jenny BeckmanSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Following Films Podcast
John Alan Simon & Elizabeth Karr on Dennis Hopper's OUT OF THE BLUE

Following Films Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2021 33:38


John Alan Simon & Elizabeth Karr (Discovery Productions) on OUT OF THE BLUE A kind of spiritual sequel (and cautionary counterpoint) to Hopper's own Easy Rider, OUT OF THE BLUE chronicles the idealism of the sixties decline into the hazy nihilism of the 1980's. Don Barnes (Dennis Hopper) is a truck driver in prison for drunkenly smashing his rig into a school bus. Linda Manz (Days of Heaven) plays Cebe, his daughter, a teen rebel obsessed with Elvis and The Sex Pistols. Her mother (Sharon Farrell) waitresses, shoots up drugs and takes refuge in the arms of other men. Cebe runs away to Vancouver's punk scene and ends up on probation under the care of psychiatrist Raymond Burr. After Don's release, the family struggles to re-connect before the revelation of dark secrets leads to a harrowing conclusion. Working from the original 35mm negative restored by Discovery in 2010, John Alan Simon and Elizabeth Karr's Discovery Productions undertook the digital scan and mastering of Out of the Blue to premiere as an official selection at the Venice Film Festival in 2019, preserving Hopper's landmark film to make it available to new audiences.The New 4K restoration is being shown for the first time on the big screen theatrically at Metrograph in November, 2021 in New York. For more information go to http://www.outofthebluedennishopper.com/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/followingfilms/support

Wheeler In The Morning With Dave And Candace Rae

Korn, Avril Lavigne, Sex Pistols, Jay-Z, Jack White, AdeleSupport the show (https://www.safetynetstudio.com/plans-pricing)

1001 Album Club
394 Sex Pistols - Never Mind the Bollocks Here's the Sex Pistols

1001 Album Club

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 29:57


In the late October of 1977, a buncha schlubs from foggy London Town, put together by the owner of a bondage shop, released their debut album. Let's talk Sex Pistols, Never Mind the bollocks, Here's the Sex Pistols!

Events That Made Me with Liz Taylor
Entrepreneur 1 - Tom Bloxham MBE, Urban Splash

Events That Made Me with Liz Taylor

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2021 36:53


Who inspires you? For property mogul Tom Bloxham it's people like Richard Branson and... the Sex Pistols. In this season of Events That Made Me, celebrity event planner Liz Taylor sits down with entrepreneurs to uncover how they found success. Founder and chairman of Manchester's leading property regeneration company, Tom Bloxham MBE, shares with Liz how he went from fire extinguishers and posters to a multi-million-pound property portfolio. Tom also shares the challenges for a young entrepreneur in the early 90's "going into business was almost for those, you know, thickos with less options." Liz Taylor's 30-year career in event planning has built an impressive portfolio of events, including celebrity weddings, charity fundraisers like Children in Need with Gary Barlow and huge gala dinners such as Winter White Gala at Kensington Palace for HRH Duke of Cambridge, as well as the Manchester United Champions League winning after party in Moscow and Coronation Street's 40th anniversary celebrations. During lockdown in March, with the events industry on hold, she turned her attention to launching her own consultancy and realised a lifelong ambition in launching her own podcast.  Liz Taylor Instagram - @liztaylorconsultancy Twitter - @ConsultancyLiz Facebook - facebook.com/LizTaylorConsultancy LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/liztaylor-tlc Website - liz-taylor-consulting.co.uk Tom Bloxham Instagram - @tombloxhammbe Twitter - @tombloxhammbe LinkedIn - linkedin.com/in/tom-bloxham Website - urbansplash.co.uk

Punk Lotto Pod: A Punk Rock Podcast
Best Worst Over Under: Siouxsie and the Banshees

Punk Lotto Pod: A Punk Rock Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 100:03


Welcome to the first official Best Worst Over Under. The premise of this episode is we each pick the best, the worst, the most overrated, and underrated album by Siouxsie and the Banshees. Our good friend Anne Lepore of The Machine Shop joins us for this deep dive on the Banshees discography. themachineshoprocks.compatreon.com/punklottopodCall our voicemail line: 202-688-PUNKLeave us a review and rating.https://linktr.ee/punklottopodSongs featured on this episode:Jawbox - Jackpot PlusSiouxsie and the Banshees - SpellboundSiouxsie and the Banshees - Playground TwistSiouxsie and the Banshees - Peek-A-BooSiouxsie and the Banshees - Slowdive 

British Scandal
Anarchy In The UK (Sex Pistols) | God Save The Queen | 2

British Scandal

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 43:28


Description: Malcolm Mclaren tries to rock the British establishment by releasing the Sex Pistols shocking new single on the day of the Queen's Silver Jubilee. Only thing stopping him is the band's addiction to causing chaos.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Getting lumped up with Rob Rossi
Rockshow Episode 143 The Replacements

Getting lumped up with Rob Rossi

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2021 58:04


RockerMike and Rob discuss The Replacements. The Replacements were an American rock band formed in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in 1979. Initially a punk rock band, they are one of the main pioneers of alternative rock. The band was composed of the guitarist and vocalist Paul Westerberg, guitarist Bob Stinson, bass guitarist Tommy Stinson and drummer Chris Mars for most of its career. Following several acclaimed albums, including Let It Be and Tim, Bob Stinson was kicked out of the band in 1986, and Slim Dunlap joined as lead guitarist. Steve Foley replaced Mars in 1990. Towards the end of the band's career, Westerberg exerted more control over the creative output. The group disbanded in 1991, with the members eventually pursuing various projects. A reunion was announced on October 3, 2012.The band is referred to by their nickname "The 'Mats" by fans, which originated as a truncation of "The Placemats," a mispronunciation of their name. The Replacements' music was influenced by rock artists such as the Rolling Stones, the Beatles, Faces, Big Star, Slade, Badfinger, Creedence Clearwater Revival, and Bob Dylan as well as punk rock bands such as the Ramones, the New York Dolls, the Buzzcocks, the Damned, and the Sex Pistols. Unlike many of their underground contemporaries, the Replacements played "heart-on-the-sleeve"rock songs that combined Westerberg's "raw-throated adolescent howl"with self-deprecating lyrics. The Replacements were a notoriously wayward live act, often performing under the influence of alcohol and playing fragments of covers instead of their own material. https://thereplacementsofficial.com/ https://www.latimes.com/books/la-ca-jc-goldberg-replacements-20180601-story.html?_amp=true https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/the-replacements-the-greatest-band-that-never-was-89041/amp/ https://open.spotify.com/artist/4WPY0N74T3KUja57xMQTZ3 https://www.bbc.co.uk/music/sevenages/artists/the-replacements/ Please follow us on Youtube,Facebook,Instagram,Twitter,Patreon and at www.gettinglumpedup.com https://linktr.ee/RobRossi Get your T-shirt at https://www.prowrestlingtees.com/gettinglumpedup And https://www.bonfire.com/store/getting-lumped-up/ https://app.hashtag.expert/?fpr=roberto-rossi80 https://dc2bfnt-peyeewd4slt50d2x1b.hop.clickbank.net https://8bcded2xph1jdsb8mqp8th3y0n.hop.clickbank.net/?cbpage=nb Subscribe to the channel and hit the like button --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rob-rossi/support https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/getting-lumped-up-with-rob-rossi/id1448899708 https://open.spotify.com/show/00ZWLZaYqQlJji1QSoEz7a https://www.patreon.com/Gettinglumpedup #thereplacementsband #thereplacements #thereplacementslive #bands #band #musically #music #musician #musicvideo #musicproducer #musicproduction --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rob-rossi/support

Breathe Pictures Photography Podcast: Documentaries and Interviews
#267 Photowalk: Rankin, photographing The Queen & other stories

Breathe Pictures Photography Podcast: Documentaries and Interviews

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 110:59


British photographer Rankin is our guest; co-founder behind Dazed and Confused, celebrated for his international portraiture of leaders and celebrities. We talk about his rise to fame and that four minutes shoot with The Queen; a nod to an infamous Sex Pistols record cover. We're also Photowalking on the Isle of Wight with your letters talking about the quiet of nature photography, how photography heals, animal photojournalism and we revisit the subject of photographing children in street photography. Supported by MPB.com and our Patrons. Visit the SHOW PAGE.

The Hustle
Episode 340 - Alan Parsons/Mike Thorne

The Hustle

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 125:09


This week is a special two-fer, two legendary producers in one shot! First up is the legend himself, Alan Parsons! If you think about it, even with all the iconic albums he's worked on like Dark Side and Abbey Road, his main focus has largely been his Alan Parsons Project. In fact, they are releasing a brand new live CD/DVD called The Neverending Show: Live in the Netherlands on Nov. 5th. We discuss the Project's history and hits as well. Then we talk to producer Mike Thorne. This is the man who produced eternal hits like "Tainted Love", "Smalltown Boy", and "Voices Carry". Not to mention that while he worked A&R, he encouraged EMI to sign the Sex Pistols! Lots to cover!  www.alanparsons.com www.stereosociety.com/thorne www.patreon.com/thehustlepod

British Scandal
Anarchy In The UK (Sex Pistols) | The Wrong John | 1

British Scandal

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 41:29


Description: Malcolm Mclaren is bored of his life running a clothes store with his wife. And so he decides to try and set up a band – a band, he hopes, who will rock the British establishment to its core.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Docs Till Death
THE FILTH AND THE FURY: Never Mind the Sex Pistols, Here's the Sox Postels

Docs Till Death

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 86:46


Attention, Doc-Heads!  That time has come -- whether you're prepared or not, and how could you be?  It's certainly impossible to even begin to imagine what might be in store when you sit down to listen to the DTD crew sit down and discuss the movie that no less than ROLLING STONES positions as #2 on their "Best Punk Rock Movies of All Time" list.  That's right: ROLLING STONES.  #2.  WOW!  Well, in case you haven't grasped what that means (and if you're someone who skipped the title of this episode), it means that this week we're discussing Julien Temple's THE FILTH AND THE FURY -- the movie Rolling Stones deems a classic, and a #2.   Wait, what?  That doesn't make sense.   Guess you'll have to listen to find out if we resolve the apparent contradiction.   --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/docstilldeath/message

The Opperman Report'
Alan G Parker: "Who Killed Nancy" / Ramona Africa : MOVE

The Opperman Report'

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 140:01


In the first hour Ed interviews Alan G Parker about his film Who Killed Nancy about the stabbing death of Nancy Spungen girlfriend of Sid Vicious from the Sex Pistols at the Chelsea Hotel in 1978. We also discuss his film It Was Fifty Years Ago Today! The Beatles: Sgt. Pepper & Beyond. In the second hour Ed interviews Ramona Africa from the revolutionary group MOVE that was attacked and bombed by Philedelphia police in 1978 and 1985 ending in the death of 11. Including 5 children and the burning down of 60 homes. Please visit www.onamove.com for information on how to contact the Parole Board before May 15 hearing.3 years ago #"who, #africa, #alan, #ed, #g, #killed, #move, #nancy", #opperma, #opperman, #parker:, #ramona, #report, #sd, #spreaker, #viscious

The Opperman Report
Alan G Parker: "Who Killed Nancy" / Ramona Africa : MOVE

The Opperman Report

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2021 140:01


In the first hour Ed interviews Alan G Parker about his film Who Killed Nancy about the stabbing death of Nancy Spungen girlfriend of Sid Vicious from the Sex Pistols at the Chelsea Hotel in 1978. We also discuss his film It Was Fifty Years Ago Today! The Beatles: Sgt. Pepper & Beyond. In the second hour Ed interviews Ramona Africa from the revolutionary group MOVE that was attacked and bombed by Philedelphia police in 1978 and 1985 ending in the death of 11. Including 5 children and the burning down of 60 homes. Please visit www.onamove.com for information on how to contact the Parole Board before May 15 hearing. 3 years ago #"who, #africa, #alan, #ed, #g, #killed, #move, #nancy", #opperma, #opperman, #parker:, #ramona, #report, #sd, #spreaker, #viscious

TraegerMethod Podcast
EPISODE 51: John Yates (Stealworks, artist, former Atlernative Tentacles co-worker)

TraegerMethod Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 82:03


Hello and welcome to TM pod SEASON TWO Episode 51 with my guest, the prolific, punk rock, political graphic art legend John Yates. John and I met in San Francisco in the late 80's when we both worked for Jello Biafra at Alternative Tentacles. We've been in touch off and on ever since and I've never stopped admiring his artistic output over the decades. We talk about our time together in that very vital era of SF music before and after the dawn of the 90's. Working at the label gave us access to almost any show or concert around the bay and we were at the right age to take full advantage of that fact, going out every night. The conversation starts well before those days in a rainy coastal village in Cornwall, England. John tells us about his punk rock journey from seeing The Sex Pistols on the telly getting arrested on the Thames during the Queen's Jubilee to his moving to SF to work for Jello. He tells a hilarious story of his mom's question after he told her he had made up his mind to move to the states; "You're going to move to America to work for Jello Biafra? ...are you sure it's real?" It was real and England's loss has been our gain ever since. Enjoy my conversation with John Yates. Music: NoMeansNo 'Rags and Bones' Concrete Sox: 'Scientific Slaughter' TM pod theme by Jason John's site: Stealworks John's IG: HERE TraegerMethod Patreon Venmo: @Jason-Traeger-1 Jason's art: TraegerMethod.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jason-traeger/support

New Left Radio
Everything, All the Time, Everywhere - Interview w/ Stuart Jeffries

New Left Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 48:06


Fan of the show? https://www.patreon.com/newleftradio (Support us on Patreon)! Postmodernism permeates our lives and has fundamentally changed our world. Entwined with neoliberalism, our societies and our lives and our governments have been changed by these two ideological movements. Our social safety nets and our socio-economic ladders have ben cut away and we have been left with a world that may be unsalvagable. Stuart Jeffries joins us to discuss and explore what this new type of capitalism means for our future. Links https://www.versobooks.com/books/3875-everything-all-the-time-everywhere (Buy Everything, All the Time, Everywhere) About Everything, All the Time, Everywhere: How We Became Postmodern Postmodernism stood for everything modernism rejected: fun, exuberance, irresponsibility. But beneath its glitzy surface, postmodernism had a dirty secret: it was the fig leaf for a rapacious new kind of capitalism. It was the forcing ground of “post truth,” by means of which western values were turned upside down. But where do these ideas come from and how have they impacted on the world? In this brilliant history of a dangerous idea, Stuart Jeffries tells a narrative that starts in the early 1970s and still dominates our lives today. He tells this history through a riotous gallery that includes, among others: David Bowie, the iPod, Madonna, Jeff Koons's the Nixon Shock, Judith Butler, Las Vegas, Margaret Thatcher, Grand Master Flash, I Love Dick, the RAND Corporation, the Sex Pistols, Princess Diana, Grand Theft Auto, Jean Baudrillard, Netflix, and 9/11. We are today scarcely capable of conceiving politics as a communal activity because we have become habituated to being consumers rather than citizens. Politicians treat us as consumers to whom they must deliver. Can we do anything other than suffer from buyer's remorse? About Stuart Jeffries Stuart Jeffries is a journalist and author. He was for many years on the staff of the Guardian, working as subeditor, TV critic, Friday Review editor and Paris correspondent. He now works as a freelance writer, mostly for the Guardian, Spectator, Financial Times and the London Review of Books. Stay connected with the latest from New Left Radio by https://newleft.us6.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=8227a4372fe8dc22bdbf0e3db&id=e99d6c70b4 (joining our mailing list) today! _________ Support this podcast

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Rock's Backpages Ep. 112: Paul Morley on Manchester + Tony Wilson + New Order + Faust

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 87:11


In this episode, the legendary Paul Morley joins us to talk about his native Manchester, Joy Division and his epic new biography of Factory Records boss Tony Wilson. Paul recounts his early pop epiphanies and discovery of the UK's music press, culminating in the one & only issue of his 1976 fanzine Out There — not to mention his first reviews for the NME in 1976. The conversation then turns to "Anthony H." Wilson and the formation of Factory, taking in Paul's championing of Joy Division before leading into a discussion of Martin Aston's 1986 audio interview with New Order's Bernard Sumner and Stephen Morris. From there we consider the week's featured act Faust, spinning off from pieces about the German enigmas by Ian MacDonald, Andy Gill and David Stubbs, and prompting general thoughts on "Krautrock" from both guest and hosts. After saying goodbye to chief Chieftain Paddy Moloney, and to three veteran RBP writers on soul and R&B (Pete Grendysa, Bob Fisher and Roger St. Pierre), Mark leads us through his personal favourites among the 100+ articles added to the RBP library over the past fortnight, incuding pieces about the Stones' pad in Edith Grove, Lorraine Ellison's volcanic single 'Stay With Me' and Charlie Watts on drummers & drumming. Finally, Jasper talks us out with his thoughts on pieces about Primal Scream's 2000 XTRMNTR and John Sinclair taking The Wire's "Invisible Jukebox" text in 2003. Many thanks to special guest Paul Morley; his book From Manchester with Love: The Life and Opinions of Tony Wilson is published by Faber and available now.  Pieces discussed: Paul Morley on Manchester, Joy Division, New Order, Tony Wilson, New Order audio, Faust, Faust IV, Jean-Hervé Peron, David Stubbs' Faustian Pact, Rhythm & Blues, Soul (Style), The Chieftains, Paddy Moloney, The Stones, Pink Floyd, Lorraine Ellison, Iron Butterfly, Patti Smith, 808 State, Dusty Springfield, Charlie Watts, The Sex Pistols, Was (Not Was), Primal Scream and John Sinclair. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Loud Spot with Sebastian
Ep #194 Interview with Television Skies

The Loud Spot with Sebastian

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 41:37


ELEVISION SKIES was formed in 2016, coming from humble beginnings outside New York City, TELEVISION SKIES are looking to redefine American popular music. TELEVISION SKIES absorb the raw guitar and drum energy from bands like Led Zeppelin, The Who, Arctic Monkeys, The Sex Pistols and The White Stripes; channeling it through the dirty underground of the local dive punk scene while blending it seamlessly with wildfire pop hooks drawn from the likes of The 1975 and WALK THE MOON. This unique sonic image is all in support of the gritty, thought provoking lyrics inspired greatly by Twenty One Pilots and YUNGBLUD. By combining this unmistakable sonic trademark with a startlingly bold and sexy image and a deep sense of community within the Visionary Rat fandom, TELEVISION SKIES are bringing a new purpose to pop-culture and will take this Generation into the greatness it's poised for! Author Credit: https://open.spotify.com/artist/3dLV3jHDriaLuSsb06Iod3 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Will's Band of the Week
10-18-21 -- Ducks Ltd., Gustaf, and W.H. Lung

Will's Band of the Week

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 72:03


Will and Craig discuss new albums by Ducks Ltd., Gustaf, and W.H. Lung, plus bonus songs of the week and more.

RFS: The Metro
The Metro #592

RFS: The Metro

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 60:56


This week on The Metro, Warlock Jeff Ivins brings you the following bands for you time warp back to the 80s: Ultravox, Madness, T’Pau, Tears For Fears, Oxo, Howard Jones, Psychedelic Furs, Nick Heyward, Modern English, Billy Idol, Ramones, The Pretenders, Husker Du, The Sex Pistols, Big Black, and finishing off with Dead Kennedys.

The Political Party
Show 250 - Kevin Brennan

The Political Party

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 65:58


Kevin Brennan isn't a typical MP and although he studied PPE at Oxford, he certainly doesn't fit the stereotype. A man of varied interests and talents, he's just recorded an album with a Sex Pistol. Kevin worked for Rhodri Morgan before replacing him as the MP for Cardiff West and this is packed full of great stories and insights from 20 years in Parliament, including some as a government minister. Kevin voted against the war in Iraq and then ending up as a government whip. He describes both experiences and his personal take on new Labour. It's the perfect listen for an autumn evening. Follow Kevin on Twitter: @KevinBrennanMP Buy tickets to The Political Party, live at The Duchess Theatre including the opening night with CAROLINE FLINT on Monday 25 October here: https://www.nimaxtheatres.com/shows/the-political-party-with-matt-forde/ 25 Oct: Caroline Flint8 Nov: Anas Sarwar22 Nov: Anthony Scaramucci6 Dec: Jeremy Hunt Pre-order 'The Clown & The Cigarette Girl': https://revolverrecords.com/kevin-brennan-the-clown-the-cigarette-girl/ Listen to 'Tabernacle Lane': https://open.spotify.com/track/76lkzqbBd4V4MZ4BDj5H75 Email the show: politicalpartypodcast@gmail.com Follow Matt on Twitter: @mattforde See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Bitch Slap  ...The Accelerated Path to Peace!
Two years into studying this book and I'm astonished!

Bitch Slap ...The Accelerated Path to Peace!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 14:49


I finished the A Course In Miracles (ACIM) "Text" portion.  I've been hard at ACIM for two years.  I give you a high level breakdown of the layout.  I'm astonished that I've come this far with it.  And one of  major breakthroughs I've had.  I relate the impact of studying ACIM for that long to things you may have been studying.Administrative: (See episode transcript below)Check out the Tools For A Good Life Summit here: Virtually and FOR FREE https://bit.ly/ToolsForAGoodLifeSummitStart podcasting!  These are the best mobile mic's for IOS and Android phones.  You can literally take them anywhere on the fly.Get the Shure MV88 mobile mic for IOS,  https://amzn.to/3z2NrIJGet the Shure MV88+ for  mobile mic for Android  https://amzn.to/3ly8SNjGet A Course In Miracles Here! https://amzn.to/3hoE7sAAccess my “Insiders Guide to Finding Peace” here: https://belove.media/peaceSee more resources at https://belove.media/resourcesEmail me: contact@belove.mediaFor social Media:      https://www.instagram.com/mrmischaz/https://www.facebook.com/MischaZvegintzovSubscribe and share to help spread the love for a better world!As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.Transcript: Mischa Z: 00:01 I finished the A Course In Miracles "Text". I just finished the A Course In Miracles "Text". I've been reading that, reading the A Course In Miracles, diligently doing all the exercise every day for, it's gotta be right at two years. And that's what I'm going to talk about today. And it's interesting. It feels like such a major accomplishment. And I was, I've been, I finished it yesterday, actually the Text. So the, A Course In Miracles combined volume is four main sections. There's the "Text", the "Workbook For Students", the "Workbook For Teachers". And I think it's "glossary" of terms or it's something there's a four section. And I, when I started it two years ago, I tried to start with the "Text", the "Text" section. It's about 670 or 675 pages long, composed of chapters. And each chapter has a section and each section is about two to three pages and it's super dense, lots of weighty concepts. And it's written in this double negatives and things like that. I was constantly looking up words and having to reread sentences to try to understand it. What they meant and get through the double and triple negatives even I think.Mischa Z: 02:16 And so in order, the A Course In Miracles is "Text", which is the 675 pages composed of all the chapters and sections. Then there is the "Workbook For Students", which is 365 daily exercises. And they're thought, um, exercises, meditation practices, um, some of the daily practices, have you say a mantra or a thought or a way to look at things on the top of the hour, every hour. Different things like that. It's really, really cool. And then I've just started the "Workbook For Teachers". And of course there's the "introduction" before all of that. So in the introduction, it says, Hey, you can read these this in no particular order. So if you're not called to read the "Text" first, then do the "Workbook For Students" or do the "Workbook For Teachers" or what have you. So I was trying to read the Text, but it was so weighty and lots of concepts and lots of words that I wasn't necessarily comfortable with.Mischa Z: 03:57 And so I found it to be a massive struggle and it was not gaining ground in the Text. This was two years ago when I first started. I was just walking past the skate park and they were cranking loud punk ish music. Not the poppy punk that perhaps we're all familiar with, but that edge. More mean. Mean's the right word, more aggression. I know what the word is. I'm looking for it. It doesn't matter. I hit pause and then re-started right now. So, and then of course I was reflecting on. Man, I used to kind of like that music when I was a wee lad and I would skateboard myself.Mischa Z: 04:55 Yes. When it was a weed, lad and used to skateboard myself who were the bands. Um, there was the straight edge bands cause because I was sober at such a young age and still sober straight line sobriety. Minor Threat, that was one of the straight edge bands. But of course there was the Dead Kennedys, Black Flag, the Sex Pistols, your classic. And then all the other ones, I can't remember. The more famous punk band has just popped into my head. But anyhow, back to the more spiritually weighted matters. Um, of A Course In Miracles in the Text was just not grooving for me. And so I was like, all right, I guess I'll just go to probably try it for a couple of weeks. So I moved on to, um, the Workbook For Students and the 365 exercises. And it was awesome. Highly recommend it to anybody, but I, but I did it one day at a time was very diligent, did not miss a day.Mischa Z: 06:10 If I went on camping trips, I would, I print out I'd snap, a picture printed out of that days, you know, exercise. And it really transformed my life in a lot of ways. If I was prepared, I would have told, be telling you how it transformed my life, but suffice it to say that judgements have been stripped away massively. Like I just don't judge people, places and things nearly as much. And it's interesting because as I was coming to starting the A Course In Miracles, I was like, I still have this low line judgment. And I don't like it. I don't like placing judgment on what people say, I'm just over it. And then A Course In Miracles manifested my willingness to do the a course of miracles. Finally manifested anyhow, I finished the 365 daily exercises of the Workbook For Students and started, went back to the Text and it was the most amazing thing.Mischa Z: 07:30 The Text, I could see it in a new light and the concepts were clean and crisp. I was able to get through the double negatives, you know, just awesome. So, so awesome. But I distinctly remember at the beginning of starting the Text, the second time I was like, there are 675 pages, two to three pages a day of way weighty concepts, what, that's a lifetime away. It felt like it was a lifetime away. And it was. So anyway, I just, all of a sudden yesterday I was done, literally. I was like, oh my God, I'm done! And wow. And my life for that next year, we'll tell you about reading that through the COVID through financial stuff, through like it's true, so much cool things have happened, new layers of letting go. I should save it for part two. Um, yes, yes. I will save it for part two, but I just would encourage anybody go buy A Course In Miracles and do itSpeaker 2: 08:56 And jump in the fray with me. You can click in the links in my show notes or on the resources page, www.belove.media/resources. So, so powerful. So look for a part two where I get more in depth into, um, actual changes that I'm aware of. And I'm going to end with this. I have gotten feedback from multiple people on how I've shifted so much, um, from, of course in miracles.New Speaker: 09:38 So as I was, you know, finished the course in miracles. And then, um, I finished the Text section of A Course In Miracles, the 675 pages, effectively two to three pages a day I got done and I was like, thinking, oh my gosh, I've got to record an episode about this because it's been so profound in my life. The ACIM for short, it's been so profound in my life. And then I was thinking, well, how many books have I read, which are powerful, or what have you, or, you know, I've been reading the big book. You can Google that. What's the big book, um, for my gosh, 35 years now, on and off, it's been so powerful in my life. I was thinking, well, what about, so I was like, well, gosh, I don't know if people will get the gravity of, of finishing the Text section, honestly. So I was thinking about it. I was like, man, I guess I would liken it to, I'm trying to think of any super it's like a college course or something is what I would say. So two years of this course in miracles, it's like college kind of, it's like taking math for two years, plowing through a couple of weighty, you know, math books and, and increasing your capacity for math equations, you know, getting into super fancy stuff. Or maybe, uh, I'm thinking like, um, Metta, no, not metaphysics, uh, like, uh, you know, physics like as people grow, grow and physics. And, and of course now I can't remember any of the terms, but then I was also thinking, well, maybe it's like someone reading the Bible. I've never tried to read the Bible myself, but I know some people have dedicated their lives to Matthew, this and Joseph that to Colin at this. And, you know, and just study a little bit or a lot of it every day. And as they can, maybe maybe people can relate to that or students or people who've taken doctorates, or masters or been to college, or maybe somebody who's, you know, mechanical thing. So learning, you know, going deep on engine stuff for electronics or it's, it's the it's that kind of wait. That was my final thought goodbye.

Life In The Stocks
#237 Paul Cook (Sex Pistols/The Professionals)

Life In The Stocks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 42:37


I figured we'd relaunch the show with two episodes seeing as how we've been away for two months. And what better way to reintroduce Life In The Stocks to the world of podcasting than with a conversation with a bonafide punk rock legend: Paul Cook from Sex Pistols & The Professionals. Paul is a lovely man and we had wonderful conversation about his life and times in the aforementioned bands. The new album by The Professionals is called SNAFU and it's out now. And you can catch the band on tour all over the U.K. throughout October. Tickets can be purchased via theprofessionalsband.comFollow me on Facebook / Twitter / Instagram: @mattstocksdjCheck out the Life In The Stocks Patreon page, support this podcast, and get all kinds of extras in return, from bonus podcasts & DJ mixes to archive print interviews & radio shows. www.patreon.com/lifeinthestocksMy first book, 'Life In The Stocks: Veracious Conversations with Musicians & Creatives (Vol. 01)' is also out NOW and is available via Amazon, Waterstones, Blackwell's & Rare Bird Publishing. https://rarebirdlit.com/life-in-the-stocks-veracious-conversations-with-musicians-creatives/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Reggae Podclash
The Reggae PodClash: Episode #43 - Hollie Cook - 10/07/2021

The Reggae Podclash

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 88:14


British reggae and tropical pop singer Hollie Cook joins us to talk about her musical journey into Jamaican music. We dive into her time with The Slits, Prince Fatty, and stories about her father and Sex Pistols drummer Paul Cook. What is Tropical Pop? Hollie has your answer!RECORDS OF THE WEEK:Rog's Record : Alton Ellis “Lord Deliver Us”Dev's Record : Leonard Dillon “Weekend Cowhead”SHOP PODCLASH MERCH! Every sale helps support the show. Thank you.https://rootfire-intl.myshopify.com/collections/the-reggae-podclashListen to Past Episodes: https://podlink.to/ReggaePodclash***Man-Like-Devin and Roger Rivas talk all things reggae with original and modern artists in the scene on http://Rootfire.net/tv​.#RootfireTV #TheReggaePodclash #HollieCookSupport the show (https://rootfire.net/tv/)Support the show (https://rootfire.net/tv/)

The New Dad Rock
EP 47. Joey is a Punk Rocker

The New Dad Rock

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 25:56


All Joey wanted for his birthday was to be on The New Dad Rock. And The New Dad Rock obliged. In their most-poignant episode yet, listen to Joey talk about growing up in the 70s, going to punk shows, and raising an autistic son. Find out how One Direction is like The Sex Pistols and why angry music makes you calm. We could have called this episode "Punk is Dad."  Happy Birthday Joey!Find out more about Autism Blueprint. PlaylistDoll Parts - HoleBastards of Young - The ReplacementsSick of You - Gwar4 Boot Night - Falafel MafiaDrain You - NirvanaNo Future - Sex PistolsGet On Your Boots - U2Bring on the Dancing Horses - Echo & the BunnymenBoys Don't Cry - The CureRain in the Summertime - The Alarm In a Big Country - Big CountryPunk Rock Girl - Dead MilkmenPublic Image - PIL (aka Public Image Limited)Sheena is a Punk Rocker - Ramones It's Clobberin' Time - Sick of it AllCalifornia Uber Alles - Dead KennedysRise Above - Black Flag Clampdown - The ClashRing of Fire - Johnny CashJoey, I'm Not Angry Anymore - Concrete BlondeRIP City Gardens in Trenton https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/City_Gardens  Support the show (https://teespring.com/stores/the-new-dad-rock)