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Feeling Old, Brant's 3 Things, Fear/Future. Shock Jock, Good Grief, Walk With God, Bug vs. Feature, Breaking Animal News, Bible Language; Quotes: “I should have stopped at cool.” “Politeness makes things go better.” “Do not be diminishing to someone else's big deal.”
Halloween is near and scary trail stores abound. Hear one from Big Ass Runner Herd member CJ, who inadvertently created her own scary costume. How'd she do it? Listen to find out.In segment two, Timmy Time is back to help our music compassion child Steven learn some new Halloween-themed songs. How does Steven do? How many of these song artists can you name? Jeff thinks some of the Big Ass Runner Herd will get them all. And get an update from Path Projects founder Scott Bailey on the latest product innovations and get the latest on the supply chain issues in the garment industry. Should you get a jump on those holiday gifts now? All that and more on Episode 64 of the Big Ass Runner Trail Running Podcast.Episode 64 line-up:Intro: Heather Lee (@heatherruns_trails)Pre-show: An update from Path Projects founder Scott BaileySegment One: Scary Trail Stories (feat. CJ @cjb.health)Shoutout and Kudos: Dani Mathews (@unicorns.eat.pancakes)Segment Two: Timmy Time (Scary Songs)BigAssRunner.comMore content on IG @big_ass_runnerWe recommend Trail Running apparel at Path ProjectsWe recommend Trail Running jackets and vests at Vander JacketStarting a podcast? We recommend Buzzsprout for hosting.Audio Engineer: Steve "Say It Isn't So" Saunders#trailrunning#trailrunningpodcast#runningpodcast
Dar has released 11 albums on labels since 1993 of highly literate, introspective folk-pop songs. We discuss "Berkeley" (and listen to "Today and Everyday") from I'll Meet You Here (2021), "Empty Plane" from Emerald (2015), and " Are You Out There" from End of the Summer (1997). Intro: "As Cool As I Am" from Mortal City (1996). For info see darwilliams.com. Hear more Nakedly Examined Music. Like our Facebook page. Support us on Patreon. Sponsor: Get 15% off an annual membership at MasterClass.com/examined.
This is a segment of episode 306 of Last Born In The Wilderness “Raven Age: Animism, Conspiracism, & Songs Of Power w/ Rune Rasmussen.” Listen to the full episode: https://www.lastborninthewilderness.com/episodes/rune-rasmussen-2 Learn more about Nordic Animism and subscribe to the Youtube channel: https://nordicanimism.com / https://www.youtube.com/user/Runehr Rune Hjarnø Rasmussen, historian of religion and founder of the Nordic Animism project, returns to the podcast to discuss animism and the Raven totem flag project he, and others, have created to define and symbolize humanity's role in the climate disrupted present we find ourselves in. Through years of in-depth research into the history and contemporary practice of animist religious/spiritual traditions the world over, Rune has unique insight into the nature of the numerous crises the world finds itself in presently. In our first discussion on this podcast, he framed the global climate crisis through the myth of Ragnarök, famously depicted in the Old Norse poem Völuspá. In this interview, I ask him to help us understand, though a mythic lens, the roots of the widespread proliferation of conspiracist thinking (endemic within the United States) in our “post-truth” era. How has modernity produced this crisis of meaning in the Western world today? What value can animism provide, not only in identifying the source of this crisis, but also in rooting ourselves in a world that is undergoing climate cataclysm and civilizational rupture? Rune Hjarnø Rasmussen, Ph.D., is a historian of religion, educated from the Universities of Uppsala and Copenhagen. He has lived in many countries and done fieldwork in a number of contemporary (primarily Afro-descendant) religions, but since childhood he has had Nordic religion as a strong field of interest. Today Rune is working on applying contemporary developments in anthropology to rethink the way we address Nordic religion both in terms of scholarship, but also as a reservoir of cultural knowledge for environmental activism and sustainability sensitization. WEBSITE: https://www.lastborninthewilderness.com PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/lastborninthewilderness DONATE: https://www.paypal.me/lastbornpodcast / https://venmo.com/LastBornPodcast BOOK LIST: https://bookshop.org/shop/lastbornpodcast EPISODE 300: https://lastborninthewilderness.bandcamp.com BOOK: http://bit.ly/ORBITgr ATTACK & DETHRONE: https://anchor.fm/adgodcast DROP ME A LINE: Call (208) 918-2837 or http://bit.ly/LBWfiledrop EVERYTHING ELSE: https://linktr.ee/patterns.of.behavior
Custom songwriting businesses are HUGE right now and popping up everywhere! This simply means that you write a song for somebody for a special occasion. Could be a birthday, wedding, anniversary, you name it. I sat down with a new friend of mine Leo Saunders who is the CEO of TuneRiver and talked to him about his custom songwriting company. In this interview, you'll learn about how his artists are compensated, how much he pays, and his collaboration process! Tuneriver.com Email Leo @: firstname.lastname@example.org and use “referred by Kris at PLAB” in the subject line Get your free trial for over $5,000 worth of pro plugins and sounds here
Songs about Bad Weather, Vampires, and Ghosts!(Storm Sounds)In the Rain - Keith HudsonRainy Night in Portland - Watty BurnettRain From the Skies - Delroy WilsonWhen the Lights Are Low - Joya LandisBreezin' - Mikey ChungAfter a Storm - Justin Hinds/DominoesStorm Warning - Lynn TaitRainfall - Baba BrooksRed Moon - Dynamites/King TubbysLightning and Thunder - Bim ShermanRain All Night -Don CarlosStormy Night - Roland BurrellLeaving Rome - Jo Jo BennettRoman Dub - King Tubbys Dragon's Paradise - Byron LeeVampire - UpsettersVampire - Devon IronsBandits Take Over - Screechy Dan/FrightnrsGhostbusters - Hughie IssacharScare Him - MaytalsGhostrider - Musical DoctorsGhost Town - SpecialsThrone of Blood - Prince JammyDuppy Conqueror - WailersSun is Shining - Upsetters(OUT) KFSR STORMY OCTOBER
This week on Radio Active Kids, we have a huge potpourri of new music! Songs by Dan + Claudia Zanes, 123 Andrés (ft. Rubén Blades, Red Yarn, Luis Fernando Borjas, Rissi Palmer, Roberto Delgado & Orquesta, & Gregorio Uribe!!!), Kath Bee - Children's Songwriter, Loopy Tunes Preschool Music, Imagination Movers, Itty Bitty Beats & Mr. Nick Davio, AN VEDI on Bongo Boy Records, Mr. Pete's Playhouse, EVT Kids, Ed and Carol Nicodemi, The Faithful Sidekicks, Kathryn Hoss, Em and Me Music, Mättu & Schnuder Buebe, Mama B & Uncle T, Stuart Stotts - Musician, Author, Storyteller, & #SlytherSpouse! Playlist is here.
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Welcome to the first episode of For Songs Singles! Instead of four songs, we talk about one. It's a bit shorter and lets us take a deep dive into the creation and meaning of one song in particular. On this first episode we feature Hesitate, the blistering new song from LA-based indie-rock band Sons of Silver. Hesitate is a musical and lyrical tour-de-force. It jumps out of the speakers with driving guitars and pounding bass and drums. Singer/songwriter Peter Argyropoulos takes the global decline of our discourse, where we wall off those we disagree with, whether they are family or friends. The song is both provocative and funny—certainly not an easy task. Yet Peter and the band pull it off with ease. You may not agree with what he says or how he says it, and that's almost the point. For those who aren't sure where they fit in these hyperpartisan, hypersensitive times, Hesitate is the song for you.
Welcome to the first in a mini-series of podcast episodes dedicated to the creation of our upcoming show Dido's Bar, planned for autumn 2022.Dido's Bar is an immersive site-specific gig theatre production set in a cabaret bar on the borders of Europe that reimagines Virgil's Aeneid, exploring this timeless tale of migration through the lens of Europe today.In this podcast episode, discover the myth of Aeneas, his dramatic flight from Troy, his doomed love affair with Dido and his founding of Rome, and how the myth has retained so much resonance and significance in the context of the questions facing society today. Delve into the inspirations behind the production itself, its origin story and its theatrical vision.Featuring interviews with Josephine Burton, Dido's Bar creator and director; Shadi Bartsch, Guggenheim Laureate and award-winning translator of Penguin Random House's edition of The Aeneid; Liv Albert, creator, host and producer of popular Greek and Roman mythology podcast Let's Talk About Myths, Baby!; and Kurdish Iranian musician Marouf Majidi, Dido's Bar composer whose migration story partly inspired the production. Music creditsMusic from Dido's BarLyrics by Hattie NaylorMusic was created and recorded in the rehearsal room with Marouf Majidi, Samira Brahmia, Tuukka Leppänen, Riku Kantola and Josephine Burton at Meidän Festivaali with Globe Art Point for Dash Arts.Songs featured: Love Spell; Sour CherriesIntro music: Fakiiritanssi by Marouf MajidiLink notesThe Aeneid, translated by Shadi Bartsch: https://shadibartsch.com/books/the-aeneid/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In den bisherigen Folgen haben wir die wichtigsten deutschen Metal-Bands der Achtziger zu Wort kommen lassen. Doch das war nur die eine Hälfte der Wahrheit. Denn bei allen ikonischen Stories haben wir einen wichtigen Teil der TEUTONIC REVOLUTION vergessen. Was ging in den Achtzigern eigentlich hinter der Mauer ab? Um diese Podcast-Staffel abzurunden müssen wir natürlich noch über die Ost-Szene sprechen, wie war der Metal in der DDR? Wie konnten die Fans dort an die Platten kommen und welche Bedingungen haben die Bands im Osten gehabt. Einer, der es hautnah miterlebt hat, ist Jacky Lehmann...Im THE BLOG OF ROCK Special: TEUTONIC REVOLUTION erinnern sich Eure Helden an ihre Anfänge. Wir erfahren, wie der Deutsche Metal zu einem Business wurde und warum er auch heute nach 40 Jahren noch immer erfolgreich ist - mit zum Teil völlig veränderten Geschäftsmodellen.Die wichtigsten Songs dieser Epoche findet ihr auch auf meiner TEUTONIC REVOLUTION-Playlist, die gibt es auf Spotify.Ich genieße die Musik aus dieser Zeit übrigens bevorzugt laut über meine Regallautsprecher Classic 3 von Audio Physic. Das handgefertigte Boxen kommen aus Deutschland, genauer gesagt aus einer Manufaktur aus dem Sauerland. Damit wird die Musikgeschichte zum Leben erweckt und physisch greifbar gemacht. Alle Infos dazu hier: https://www.audiophysic.com/de/product/classic-3/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
This week we're joined by Andrew Sacher, an editor at BrooklynVegan. We talk with Andrew about the Pitchfork Re-Scores, and discuss the new albums from Lala Lala, and The World is a Beautiful Place and I Am No Longer Afraid to Die. 4:24 - Pitchfork Rescores 24:47 - Lala Lala album review 41:34 TWIABP album review
Dena and Melissa start the show talking about the lingering couch guy TikToks, featuring content from @sydniarnett and @alyssa__denton. 6:30 - No Bones Pug Next, we obsess over our favorite pug who sometimes has no bones, featuring a video from @jongraz and @_jen_hamilton_. 12:00 - Car Accident TikTok Scandal Melissa is rocked by a car accident TikTok scandal explained by @broneckceo. 21:00 - Audio Trends and Pranks The trend “Oh no, our table, it's broken” is broken down by @knowyourmeme. We love a prank where kids tell their dad they were overcharged for windshield washer fluid, featuring videos from @kaitlinicolee and @jennamj. A new trending TikTok song comes from @_vhs.leo called Rosalena featuring a scene from Ladybugs. 35:30 - Creator Spotlight: Elyse Myers Creator spotlight this week is on Elyse Myers (@elysemyers). She sings “Mm what'd you say?” and tells an insane story about a taco date. Featuring a fan girl video from @emmalinechilds. 45:20 - Celebrities on TikTok Martha Stewart (@marthastewart) joined TikTok and told us how to eat a souffle. Check out all these videos and more on our blog (2old4tiktok.com), Instagram (@2old4tiktokpod), and TikTok (@2old4tiktok_podcast).
Hunks. Metafiction. Gilmore Girls. The operational aesthetic. Jenson Ackles gently barking. Jared Padalecki deeply tanned. In this Booyah, Rob and Joe talk about why Supernatural is excellent because it knows exactly what it is. At low-effort content—where okay is okay—we make stuff and share it with you to celebrate life with curiosity, creativity, and compassion...kind of...sometimes. You can contact us & buy our coffee mugs and things. And you can listen to our shows: Make Mine a Double Feature, where Rob & Ellen have a few drinks and tell each other movie stories in all kinds of ways—like backwards or in the form of letters or from the POV of a side character. Kid. Dad. Songs. Yeah!, where Rob & Felix talk about music. Trivial Television, where Ellen & Rob recap TV episodes while sprinkling in facts, fictions, and trivia questions. Booyah 90s Now, where Rob & Joe break down what it's been like to live under the influence of 90s media. Trading Up!, where Rob loses a bunch of money trying to become a good stock trader. Thanks for hanging out. Take care.
Playing the part of Caleb Coy this week is South Jersey correspondent Andrea. Today we're talking with Maja from https://www.queerstothefront.com/ (Queers To The Front), an independent management and booking company focused on helping marginalized artists. Check out the https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7YgiO22PKtA (video for Plum Summer) by Matchstick Ghost. Songs played in this episode: GILT - https://gilt.bandcamp.com/track/black-and-blue (Black And Blue) Ellen Siberian Tiger - https://ellensiberiantiger.bandcamp.com/track/grinding-my-teeth-2 (Grinding My Teeth) The Y Axes - https://theyaxes.bandcamp.com/track/burning-out (Burning Out) Matchstick Ghost - https://open.spotify.com/album/3XxMdFLhdQKm9lTc4ySGBV (Plum Summer) Kaycie Satterfield - https://kayciesatterfield.bandcamp.com/track/hydroplaning-demo (Hydroplaning) Also, have you seen our Left of the Dial Live session with https://www.leftofthedial.fm/live/thelunaryear/ (The Lunar Year) yet? It's pretty dang incredible! Support this podcast
This week: Alex got ‘mad cakes', Stephany has a way with words, and Corina has a dick crystal. This weeks topics: *How do you dignify a response if it is warranted? *How did you find it within yourself to ‘think before you speak'? *Reacting reckless flips the fault in the argument *The moral victory of restraint *Rule of 72 *People's ability to handle confrontation / sensitivity *Is it okay to use ‘sex' as a reward? Songs of the week: (DISCLAIMER: RoyalTea does not own the rights to these songs) Alex: What You Did - Mahalia feat. Ella Mai Stephany: Act Now - Russ Corina: Save Me - Nieman J & Eric Bellinger feat. Elliot Trent) (Playlist links on Spotify & Apple updated weekly - check our linktree for updates!) We got to pay the bills too: *** Go to reppsports.com and use our code ‘RoyalTea' to get 15% off your order! Here is an exclusive offer as well: REPP Ambassador Pack which includes 4 Cans of RAZE Energy - Canned Energy Drink 2 Raze on the Go Samples - Preworkout Mix 4 Broken Arrow Samples - Elite Pre Workout 2 Hyper Sleep Samples - Formulated to help the body achieve a restful mood faster and assist with shutting off the lights for a replenishing sleep. $10 Gift Card - Essentially get your money back in Raze credit This would normally retail for over $46 plus shipping so take advantage of products we enjoy at a great discount! *** --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
In episode 120, Martin talks about Made for Japan with these five songs: 1. Deep Purple – “Space Truckin'” 2. UFO – “Stopped by a Bullet” 3. Tokyo Blade – “Sunrise in Tokyo” 4. Alcatrazz – “Hiroshima Mon Amour” 5. Loudness – “Like Hell” To connect or learn more about Martin head over to: www.martinpopoff.com This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Welcome back to season two of Freak Flag Flying! Over the course of the next two episodes, music legend David Crosby and his friend and bestselling author Steve Silberman will take you inside the studio (literally) for an all-encompassing look at David's timeless masterpiece, If I Could Only Remember My Name, with their conversations taking place in the very building that it was recorded in over 50 years ago, Hyde Street Studios (formerly Wally Heider's). Along with their in-depth discussion, listeners will have the opportunity to hear some Crosby tracks that have never been heard by the public before!Today's episode features David taking Steve through the journey of making the album and collaborating with his friends and musical geniuses like Joni Mitchell, members of the Grateful Dead, and Jefferson Airplane co-founders Paul Kantner, and Grace Slick. David goes on to explain his friendship and profound musical connection with Jerry Garcia, discovering Joni Mitchell and bringing her to Los Angeles, and the tragedy that struck just prior to the IICORMN sessions -- a loss that can still be felt deeply in the words and melodies of the album. David also expounds upon his affinity with open tunings and tuning by ear rather than digitally, which contributed immensely to the distinctively luminous sound of the album, as recorded by Wally Heider's brilliant in-house engineer Stephen Barncard.Freak Flag Flying is brought to you by Osiris Media. Interview and editing by Steve Silberman. Produced by Tom Marshall and Zach Brogan. Art by Mark Dowd. Photo of Croz by Matt Bueby. Sales/Sponsorships by Greg Stangel and Christina Collins. Media by Nick Cejas. To discover more podcasts that connect you more deeply to the music you love, check out osirispod.comThis is an Osiris Media production, all rights reserved 2021 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
We talk about Fall Out Boy a lot. Like, a LOT. And we have no plan of slowing down, or at least we didn't until we realized while recording this episode that we're kinda the biggest FOB casuals in the world. One more so than the other (take a guess). This draft inspired lots of stories of some of our band's first shows where we covered early Fall Out Boy songs, recording sessions that went tragically, Tom drops a hot steamy dumpy of a take like it was nothing, and we try to get to the bottom of “is Fall Out Boy emo”? BONUS EPISODES AND PHOTOS ON PATREON! Links: The Fall Out Boy Mixtape Draft on Apple Music The Fall Out Boy Mixtape Draft on Spotify The Sugar, We're Goin Down Episode The A Little Less Sixteen Candles, A Little More Touch Me Episode The Dance, Dance Episode The This Ain't a Scene Episode Songs of the week: Live Again by Grayscale Drift Away by Chunk! No, Captain Chunk! Hit us up online! Patreon | Twitter | Instagram | SpaceHey
Twitter: @podgaverockInsta: @podgaverockSturgill Simpson's 2014 “Turtles All the Way Down” from the album "Metamodern Sounds in Country Music" released on High Top Mountain/Loose. Written by Sturgill Simpson and produced by Dave Cobb.Personel:"Dood" Fraley – Master of CeremoniesSturgill Simpson – vocals, acoustic guitar, backing vocalsLaur Joamets – electric guitar, slide guitarKevin Black – bass guitarMiles Miller – drums, percussion, backing vocalsMike Webb – keyboards, mellotronDave Cobb - classical guitar, percussionCover:Performed by Josh Bond Intro Music:"Shithouse" 2010 release from "A Collection of Songs for the Kings". Written by Josh Bond. Produced by Frank Charlton.
Be prepared to spill your popcorn this week as we check out songs from spooky flicks! That's right, we are going to the movies and we're prepared for blood n' gore n' frights! Did you ever hear about rock bands selling their souls to the devil, and if you listen to their music or play their albums backwards that you will turn into a demonic zombie??? The 70s, 80s, and 90s were full of films about horrific demons and metal n' punk bands either having their songs featured in the movie, or were themselves featured as the subject of the film. Grab your Reeses Pieces, large Coke, a severed limb, and hum along.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 collection of tunes from the broad spectrum of rock, punk, and metal. This week Robert gets a glimpse into another collection of lost and forgotten songs from the silver screen SCREAM! Our hope is that we turn you on to something new… and that you make it to the end of movie!Songs this week include:Fastway – “Stand Up” from Trick Or Treat – Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (1986)W.A.S.P. – “Scream Until You Like It” from Live… In The Raw (1987) Roky Erickson – “Burn The Flames” from Return Of The Living Dead (1985)Rollins Band – “Fall Guy” from Tales From The Crypt Presents: Demon Knight (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (1995)Black Roses – “Dance On Fire” from Black Roses: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (1988)Monster Magnet – “Silver Future” from Heavy Metal 2000 (2000)Thor – “We Live To Rock” from Tritonz: The Edge Of Hell (1987)Echo & The Bunnymen – “People Are Strange” from The Lost Boys Soundtrack (1987)Be sure to check out the Roky Erickson documentary: You're Gonna Miss Me and the Jon Mikl Thor documentary I Am Thor!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/
In this episode, Joel examines "This Is My Father's World" and discusses how this pertinent hymn to today's current climate pushes back against our desire for control and our lack of care for God as Creator. Follow on IG: @theologyofmusicFinancial Support: buymeacoffee.com/theologyofmusic
The Preservation Hall Jazz Band has worked to be more than just the jazz band your parents knew. Creative Director and tuba player Ben Jaffe has worked to ensure that the New Orleans musical institution has a place in the contemporary music conversation. That has led to some choices that purists have questioned, but it also means the band still has a presence in the culture, unlike many of its peers. This week, I talk to Jaffe about the hall's holiday traditions and its own Christmas recordings, including a collaboration with singer Irma Thomas for the 2013 Holidays Rule compilation, and four Spotify Sessions recordings that the band did for the streaming service with previous 12 Songs guests Big Freedia, Boyfriend, and PJ Morton. In this week's episode, I also talk to Alexandra Scott about new Christmas music from Norah Jones and calypso Christmas music from Mighty Sparrow, Lord Nelson, and Lord Kitchener. This week on the pod, I announced that am making a special listeners-only Christmas mix. If you wish to receive a copy, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you haven't already done so, please do what you have to do to get Twelve Songs in your podcast feed. You can find us at Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, Pandora, and Spotify.
THURSDAY - Only certain type of dudes can rock jewelry. The carney life. Russ has a day date. House shopping and Al Capone. William Shatner in space. RRR - Squid Games. Robot Dog on the job here in Orlando. Savannah eats the green cupcake? To The Top with Carlos - think. Songs that don't mean what we think. TV shows. Monster Sports - NFL, NBA. D-Strong has dad questions. K.O.D. - Gift cards.
BTS had us fighting for tickets this past week and it was a blood bath to say the least, Aespa finally released a song we all love, and the Jae vs JYPE saga continues and all we gotta say is #JusticeForJae. Listen as we discuss what happened in the KPOP world this past week! Tune in every Tuesday for a new episode and don't forget to follow our social media and let us know what you think.Time stamps:3:53 - A.C.E Chan and Jun test positive for COVID4:35 - Wonder Girls Hyerim pregnant5:24 - Gen 1/2 fights rant7:45 - ONEUS, Verivery, Monsta X concerts11:19 - BTS ticketing19:42 - Paris Fashion Week & kpop25:58 - VIVIZ - Eunha, SinB and Umji26:51 - F*ckery of the Week - Jae vs JYPE44:07 - N.Flying - Sober47:04 - Youngjae - Vibin51:43 - WOODZ - Waiting56:56 - Aespa - Savage1:04:55 - Golden Child - DDARA1:11:48 - Songs of the WeekListen here!Apple: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast...iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-no...Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4OL4qPj...This week's playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5m6...www.twitter.com/NYAFangirlswww.twitter.com/HollaItsCarowww.twitter.com/heyitsteeteewww.twitter.com/deekaydiwww.twitter.com/HollaItsCynwww.notyouraveragefangirls.com
FOLLOW THE WHITE RABBIT The Disney marathon continues. This time it's the turn of the (apparently) drug abuse inspiring Alice in Wonderland. There's so many songs in this movie, the most of any Disney movie so the main focus of this episode is the titular "Alice in Wonderland", the dreamy "In a World of My Own" and the dropped "Beyond a Laughing Sky". Ben is listening to lofi hip-hop beats to relax/study to, Dietrich might be going to the cinema dressed as Sailor Moon character and Alex reads books. Follow us on Twitter: @TSFTMpod Like, march share and subscribe. Please consider leaving us a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes if you are enjoying the show. It means a great deal to us and makes it easier for other potential listeners to find us: Apple Podcasts Want to support us further? You can do this on Patreon from as little as £1 ($1.50) a month: https://Patreon.com/TSFTM or via our merch store: https://TeePublic.com/user/TSFTM Thank you! Timestamps: 00:02:45 - What Have We Been Watching 00:06:17 - History 00:08:24 - Movie Discussion 00:12:24 - Story Origins & Psychoanalysis 00:16:26 - Box Office Performance 00:18:47 - Overall Soundtrack Discussion 00:25:30 - "Alice in Wonderland" Discussion 00:29:21 - "In a World of My Own" Discussion 00:33:00 - "Beyond a Laughing Sky" Discussion
On this episode we get to chat with the guitarist and songwriter of a band we love called the Dirt Drifters. They came on the scene over a decade ago and shortly after just disappeared. We got the scoop as to what happened to the band and what Jeff is doing these days. We also share the prayerful saga of O'Brien's minivan, play "Songs from a Hat" that include the word "Night" in them and showcase an old pre-Common Crossing song with prerequisite tape hiss. Plus we talk all through it so you're welcome. Find the Dirt Drifters album "This Is My Blood." You won't regret it. #dirtdrifters #jeffmiddleton #songsfromahat Show music is “Duck in the Alley” performed by TrackTribe via YouTube.We are happy to be a part of the Buzzsprout podcast family!https://www.facebook.com/obrienanddoug/https://instagram.com/obrien_and_doug
It's Flea's birthday so we run down our Top 5 Favorite Red Hot Chili Peppers songs. Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters reveals in his new book that his Father didn't support his music career choice. We discuss the support or lack of in our journey to radio. Thanks to www.LuckysPub.com and www.Piratesofthequarter.com for sponsoring the podcast.
Alex and Bobby debate the merits of rally towels, then break down the last week in baseball, including a mighty Astros showing again the White Sox, the endless cycle of Rays “resources” discourse, the exceptional balance between the Giants and Dodgers, and more. They also listen to some voicemails about just, like, enjoying things, the virtues of losing your voice, and the difference between Thom Brennaman and Jim Kaat's offenses. This week's Three Up, Three Down features a modest proposal from Tony La Russa and One Weird Trick That Made the Red Sox Likable. Songs featured in this episode: Haim — "Gasoline" • Robyn — "Call Your Girlfriend" • Booker T & the M.G.'s — “Green Onions”
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John Angotti and Julianne Staley are joined by Ron Watson, John's biological father. Together they tell the story of John's birth, his adoption and Ron being in his 40's when he discovered John's existence. Songs featured only on the Nashville Hippie Radio Broadcast: There Goes My Life - Kenny Chesney | What A Wonderful World - Louis Armstrong.
Heyyyy Jude (maybe we have a listener named Jude) and other listeners! This week we're trying to put together the best album we can for you to listen to, but we're only looking for songs that have a person's name in the title. Think My Sharona or Annie's Song. We added a little more difficulty to ourselves by blocking picks both by artist and by letter - so if somebody drafted My Sharona, nobody else could take any other song where the name in the title starts with an S. What did we come up with under these limitations? Listen in and let us know which album you'd most like to listen to! Vote for the winner on Spotify! Time Codes: 3:17 Topic Intro 8:42 The Draft 58:04 The Second Half 1:19:20 Recap and Alternates Callbacks to Previous Episodes: 53: Creating Music Festivals Featuring Fictional Musicians from Movies and TV Shows 28: Celebrating Spring Training by Drafting Fictional Baseball Players 5: Time Travelling to Watch Concerts Live (Bill & Ted Face the Music) Social Media: Twitter Facebook Instagram Email us at email@example.com! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/whatsondraft/message
On this episode Dusty and Joe from Beloved stop by to talk about reuniting for Furnace Fest, not playing shows together in over 6000 days, and spooky stories that we've all experienced Become an official Knuckle Breaker https://www.knucklebreakers.co Still need a ticket to the Beloved show this Saturday? Get your ticket here: https://www.etix.com/ticket/p/2890806/beloved-codeseven-wolveswolveswolveswolves-winstonsalem-the-ramkat Keep up with SolidState this October during their 13 Days of Halloween Vinyl Sale by following them on Instagram: https://instagram.com/solidstaterecords Listen to The Devil Wears Prada - ZII EP https://open.spotify.com/album/7HwI8556hellVMjjsn7UKV?si=-PptwdymRPOVFPWA8IB--w&dl_branch=1 Buy the Naughty Nights Halloween Box from Marriage Supply: https://bit.ly/2Xf0WZa Save 15% storewide by using TREATS now through Halloween Matt, Devin, and Toby will be in Phoenix this Saturday, October 16th playing a Songs and Stories show. Get your tickets here: https://bit.ly/3DEFLPO Want to download The Question Live and Emery's new album Rub Some Dirt On It weeks before they're released on Spotify? Join the Knuckle Breaker Discord: https://discord.gg/V4CJmhk
Ryan "Birdman" Parrott joins the show to discuss his time in Naval Special Warfare and his transition into his continued service as the founder of Songs of the Flag (https://sonsoftheflag.org) and the Birds Eye View Project (https://www.birdseyeviewproject.org). You will absolutely love his story and the purposes he is working on through these organizations. #business #leadership #entrepreneurSupport the show (https://paypal.me/aaronspatzpodcast?locale.x=en_US)
Bela Fleck has just released “My Bluegrass Heart” a massive two-CD collection of self penned bluegrass instrumentals. It's a return to the music that initially established him as one of foremost performers on the 5-string banjo. So this week's show will feature music from that release as well as a sampling of the finest banjo players from the past half century. It's a banjo special … this week on The Sing Out! Radio Magazine.Episode #21-41: The Banjo SpecialHost: Tom DruckenmillerArtist/”Song”/CD/LabelPete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways Nick Hornbuckle / “Cumberland Gap” / Twelve By Two (Plus or Minus One) / CorvusBela Fleck / “The Old North Woods” / My Bluegrass Heart / BMGNashville Bluegrass Band-Alan O'Bryant/ “I'll Just Keep On Loving You” / Home Of The Blues / Sugar HillJohn Hartford / “Gentle On My Mind” / Steamboat Whistle Blues / Radio BremenThe Nitty Gritty Dirt Band-John McKuen / “Clemente Opus 36” / Dirt Silver & Gold / BGOBill Emerson and the Sweet Dixie Band / “Ridin' My Thumb to Mexico” / Bill Emerson and the Sweet Dixie Band / RebelEmerson & Taylor / “Espanol” / Appaloosa / WebcoOld Man Luedecke / “Just Like a River” / Proof of Love / Black HenBela Fleck / “Hunky Dory” / My Bluegrass Heart / BMGNick Hornbuckle / “Yell in the Shoats” / Twelve By Two (Plus or Minus One) / CorvusJD Crowe & the New South / “Sally Goodin” / JD Crowe & the New South / RounderThe Osborne Brothers / “I Wonder Where You Are Tonight” / Dayton to Knoxville / PinecastleFlatt & Scruggs / “Earl's Breakdown” / Foggy Mountain Jamboree / ColumbiaRoger Sprung and Doc Watson / “The World is Waiting for the Sunrise” / Classic Bluegrass / Smithsonian FolkwaysBela Fleck / “Bum's Rush” / My Bluegrass Heart / BMGPete Seeger / “If I Had A Hammer”(excerpt) / Songs of Hope and Struggle / Smithsonian Folkways
Listen as Spike Lou and Animal Brown react Pooh Shiesty facing life, Travis Scott possibly dropping twice before the end of the year and more ghostwriting rumors for Megan. Also, we give our top 5 hip-hop songs for the fall. Check out our Patreon for more exclusive content and subscribe here http://patreon.com/reelville New Youtube Alert https://www.youtube.com/ondecktvpodcast Help Reelville get to 1k subscribers on Youtube!! http://youtube.com/reelville
[Intro: 12:50] Rune Hjarnø Rasmussen, historian of religion and founder of the Nordic Animism project, returns to the podcast to discuss animism and the Raven totem flag project he, and others, have created to define and symbolize humanity's role in the climate disrupted present we find ourselves in. Through years of in-depth research into the history and contemporary practice of animist religious/spiritual traditions the world over, Rune has unique insight into the nature of the numerous crises the world finds itself in presently. In our first discussion on this podcast, he framed the global climate crisis through the myth of Ragnarök, famously depicted in the Old Norse poem Völuspá. In this interview, I ask him to help us understand, though a mythic lens, the roots of the widespread proliferation of conspiracist thinking (endemic within the United States) in our “post-truth” era. How has modernity produced this crisis of meaning in the Western world today? What value can animism provide, not only in identifying the source of this crisis, but also in rooting ourselves in a world that is undergoing climate cataclysm and civilizational rupture? Rune Hjarnø Rasmussen, Ph.D., is a historian of religion, educated from the Universities of Uppsala and Copenhagen. He has lived in many countries and done fieldwork in a number of contemporary (primarily Afro-descendant) religions, but since childhood he has had Nordic religion as a strong field of interest. Today Rune is working on applying contemporary developments in anthropology to rethink the way we address Nordic religion both in terms of scholarship, but also as a reservoir of cultural knowledge for environmental activism and sustainability sensitization. Episode Notes: - Learn more about Nordic Animism and subscribe to the Youtube channel: https://nordicanimism.com / https://www.youtube.com/user/Runehr - The Raven totem flag: https://nordicanimism.com/raven - Support Nordic Animism on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/nordicanimism - Rune recommends the book ‘Animism: Respecting the Living World': http://animism.org.uk - This episode is dedicated to Ed Coffman. Rest in peace, Ed. Listen to his interview on the Freedom of Mind podcast: https://freedomofmind.com/the-moon-organization-extremism - Music was produced by Epik The Dawn WEBSITE: https://www.lastborninthewilderness.com PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/lastborninthewilderness DONATE: https://www.paypal.me/lastbornpodcast / https://venmo.com/LastBornPodcast BOOK LIST: https://bookshop.org/shop/lastbornpodcast EPISODE 300: https://lastborninthewilderness.bandcamp.com BOOK: http://bit.ly/ORBITgr ATTACK & DETHRONE: https://anchor.fm/adgodcast DROP ME A LINE: Call (208) 918-2837 or http://bit.ly/LBWfiledrop EVERYTHING ELSE: https://linktr.ee/patterns.of.behavior
"Listen as the wind blows from across the great divide. Voices trapped in yearning, memories trapped in time. The night is my companion, and solitude my guide. Would I spend forever here and not be satisfied? And I would be the one... (to tell you we don't have a lot of time today so let's just get right into it.)" -Sarah McLaughlin - Chid This week we welcome our friend Michele (@inthefade) on to curate and discuss what songs remind us/make us feel like/make us think of Fall and we turned that into an amazing playlist for you to listen to after you're done listening to this episode of course. We also talk Long Island, third wave emo (as we always do), and we mainly stay on task as we ended up producing this great playlist. Rounding Down's Fall Music Playlist 2021 as curated by Michele, Chid, and Sigh:Via Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/78DnU6YIDOGRNAwbFAZFKK?si=ba0a13ab774d4fb9&nd=1More on our guest:Michele is a very talented writer, you can subscribe to her newsletter here:Going It Alone via SubstackFollow Michele on twitter@inthefadeTwitter:Follow us on Twitter: @CHIDSPIN / @SighFieri / @RoundingDownSupport the show (https://cash.app/$roundingdown)
Arranging songs for solo guitar. It's a steep learning curve. Today, we will share our secrets for full and memorable solo guitar arrangements. Help support the podcast: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/leeslessons https://www.patreon.com/playguitarpodcast Show notes at: https://playguitarpodcast.com/arranging-songs-for-guitar-198/ Copyright ©2021 Play Guitar Academy
Tennessee Jet stops by the studio to go through his new album, "South Dakota" song by song. In this first discussion, TJ talks about recording this song on tape and during the Covid lockdown and how he strove to capture the mood of the time.Songs highlighted:South DakotaRun Towards the Dyin'JosephineNumb
About this episode 1 Thessalonians 5 tells us to rejoice always, pray continually, and give thanks in all circumstances. Today we're going to talk about what this means in relation to sex. How can we pray about sex or during sex? Some wives may think it seems a little weird to be thinking about prayer and sex. Why is that? What does the Bible say about prayer and sex? How can we help ourselves get more comfortable talking to God when it comes to sex? What are some ways we can pray ABOUT sex? What can we pray about DURING sex? Sponsor Enter discount code FCWSPECIAL for 10% off! Visit Share the Soap From the Bible He I came to my garden, my sister, my bride, I gathered my myrrh with my spice, I ate my honeycomb with my honey, I drank my wine with my milk. Others Eat, friends, drink, and be drunk with love! ~ Song of Songs 5:1 Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. ~ Philippians 4:6–7 Is anyone among you in trouble? Let them pray. Is anyone happy? Let them sing songs of praise. ~ James 5:13 If any of you lacks wisdom, you should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to you. ~ James 1:5 Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God's will for you in Christ Jesus. ~ Thessalonians 5:16-17 Resources Hot Holy & Humorous's series on Praying for Your Marriage Bed (lots of info & ideas!) How To Pray For Sexual Intimacy In your Marriage (unveiledwife.com) -guest post by J. Parker Praying Before, During, and After Sex - Hot, Holy & Humorous I Love Learning to Pray for Sexual Intimacy • Bonny's Oysterbed7 Intimacy Revealed: 52 Devotions to Enhance Sex in Marriage by J. Parker "In Bed" (Or, Lessons from a Fortune Cookie) - The Forgiven Wife
Parts 1 & 2 combined into a full story. Join Lauren and the Reading Bug on an amazing adventure to China. Once there, see the sights, discover a new friendship, witness the magic and mythology of the Monkey King, and try and stay out of trouble! Explore the books in the Reading Bug's book bag at www.thereadingbug.com/adventures/China
Twitter: @podgaverockInsta: @podgaverockSturgill Simpson's 2014 “Turtles All the Way Down” from the album "Metamodern Sounds in Country Music" released on High Top Mountain/Loose. Written by Sturgill Simpson and produced by Dave Cobb.Personel:"Dood" Fraley – Master of CeremoniesSturgill Simpson – vocals, acoustic guitar, backing vocalsLaur Joamets – electric guitar, slide guitarKevin Black – bass guitarMiles Miller – drums, percussion, backing vocalsMike Webb – keyboards, mellotronDave Cobb - classical guitar, percussionCover:Performed by Josh Bond Intro Music:"Shithouse" 2010 release from "A Collection of Songs for the Kings". Written by Josh Bond. Produced by Frank Charlton.Other Artists Mentioned:Sarah SilvermanGeorge Harrison “My Sweet Lord”Lionel Richie “Easy Like Sunday Morning”The Beatles “Let It Be”John Lennon “God”Talking Heads “Heaven”Widespread PanicVan Morrison “When Will I Ever Love To Live In God”Madonna “Like a Prayer”Madonna “Like a Virgin”CaddyshackLeonThe TemptationsAbove The RimNorman Greenbaum “Spirit in the Sky”Ben Harper “I Shall Not Walk Alone”The Blind Boys of AlabamaJim Morrison “I've Been Down So Goddamn Long”The DoorsKansas “Carry On My Wayward Son”Blind Faith “In The Presence of the Lord”Dishwalla “Counting Blue Cars”Waylon Jennings “Abilene”Merle HaggardAlbert EinstienMatthew McConaugheyDazed and ConfusedPhish “Sample in a Jar”Ray Charles “Modern Sounds in Country Music”Johnny Cash “Folsom Prison Blues”John Lennon “Imagine”Ozzy OsbourneGeorge JonesTame ImpalaThe Beatles “Revolver” The Beatles “Tomorrow Never Knows”RadioheadChris StapletonThe HighwaymenWillie NelsonKris Kristofferson “Me and Bobby McGee”First Aid KitSturgill Simpson “Sound and Fury”Cat Stevens “Peace Train”The Ruen BrothersRoy OrbisonThe CureWhitey Morgan and the 78sThe Flaming LipsThe SimpsonsTyler ChildersSturgill Simpson “The Ballad of Juanita and the Dude”Modest Mouse “Float On”Bill HicksThe Guitar Tribute PlayersJim and Tammy Faye BakkeRic FlairElton John
Gregg's Guide to New Music: Episode 331 13 Songs of Halloween Gregg's Guide to New Music: Episode 311 The 13 Songs of Halloween is now available on https://radioronin.com/greggs-guide-to-new-music/, and podcast apps. Gregg is joined by special guests from the Radio Ronin podcast Jimmy Chunga, Chandler Smith, and Josh Hansen. Gregg highly recommends checking out and supporting the following bands and musicians. Links to find more from them and purchase their music are posted below. Midnight Syndicate – https://www.midnightsyndicate.com/ Avatar – https://avatarmetal.com/ Broken Peach – https://brokenpeach.com/ LVCRFT – https://lvcrft.net/ New Found Glory – https://www.newfoundglory.com/ Mad Marge and the Stonecutters – iTunes, Amazon, YouTube Music The Coffin Shakers – iTunes, Amazon, YouTube Music POORSTACY – https://www.poorstacy.com/ The Implants – iTunes, Amazon, YouTube Music Teenage Bottlerocket – https://teenagebottlerocket.com/ Grave Danger – https://crazyandthebrains.bandcamp.com/ Crazy & the Brains – https://crazyandthebrains.bandcamp.com/ Jonathan Young (featuring Melinda Kathleen Reese) – https://www.jonathanyoungmusic.com/ The Vandals – http://www.vandals.com/
Early country music performers, including: Fiddlin John Carson, Billie Maxwell, The Carter Family, Darby and Tarlton, Henry Whitter, Ernest Stoneman, The Skillet Lickers & Jimmie Rodgers. Songs include: Birmingham Jail, The Cowboy Wife, Mule Skinner Blues, Are You Washed In the Blood? amd Hand Me Down My Walking Cane.
This week, Sparks is back with Mighty Vin and is fresh off his MLW debut, we get into the Fightland event, Fatu vs Hammerstone, and Sparks looking like Seth Rollins on TV. NEW MERCH: https://lapelyeah.com/collections/wrasslerap We've got a NEW Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzrAcMZEbaB65mTox_GXzkw Follow us on social media! https://twitter.com/emiliosparks https://www.twitter.com/mightyvin https://www.instagram.com/emiliosparks https://www.instagram.com/vinfortenyc https://www.instagram.com/WrassleRap https://twitter.com/WrassleRap NEW EPISODES DROP EVERY MONDAY!