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SIX-GUN JUSTICE PODCAST
SIX-GUN JUSTICE SPEED LISTEN—GHOST RIDERS IN THE SKY

SIX-GUN JUSTICE PODCAST

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 23:05


Wrap the reins of your four-legged hay burner round the hitchin' post and set yourself down for the latest Six-Gun Justice Speed Listen installment...Today, co-host Paul Bishop explores the history of Stan Jones, the unassuming Death Valley National Park ranger who wrote and composed possibly the most iconic western song to twang from a six-string guitar—Ghost Riders In The Sky...Support the show (https://www.paypal.com/donate?token=kRf2_NuEPxu37b9-4FZKmX0UAJ4ZdKVRhAgUrm-4gBj-CkNHowjeqW7Q4bYKdoyNoNgGhKTBK-OpQSh_)

Beyond Sunday at Bethlehem Church
Bethlehem Small Groups - Connect, Belong, and Grow

Beyond Sunday at Bethlehem Church

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 40:31


Fall Small Group sign-ups have begun! We have some amazing groups at Bethlehem, and we wanted you to have the chance to hear from some of our awesome leaders. Meet Paul and Erika Lambert who lead a Couples' group, Stan Jones, a Men's group leader, and Jenni Aldridge, a College and 20s group leader. Tune in and listen to why you should sign up for a small group today!    To sign up for a group visit our website  https://bethlehemchurch.us/groups

Brandon Baxter In The Morning
BBiTM 07/12/21 - Was Brandon The Schmuck + Kelly's On The Road Again

Brandon Baxter In The Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2021 65:32


Brandon walks in late to a retirement party and immediately asked to speak. Trapper Keepers are back! Today we celebrate Jello, Paper Bags and Pecan Pie. Was Brandon the SCHMUCK at the Stan Jones event over the weekend? Monday Morning Motivation with Eric Burch. The Perry's head to Sweet Home Alabama. Brandon explains why he has a huge gash on his head. Death Valley, California sets record high temp since 1913.

Amish Baby Machine Pop Culture Podcast

Under Siege Review. On this episode the hosts, Dags and Mike Rez review 1992 American action thriller film Under Siege starring  Steven Seagal as a cook who is secretly an ex-navy SEAL and he must defeat a group of mercenaries who took over the U.S. Navy battleship Missouri. The song (Ghost) Riders in the Sky: A Cowboy Legend  written by Stan Jones , the Johnny Cash version is also discussed.

92.9 Featured Podcast
(College Basketball/NCAA 2021) Florida State Assoc. HC Stan Jones JJ Show FSU//Memphis Grad

92.9 Featured Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2021 14:56


(College Basketball/NCAA 2021) Florida State Assoc. HC Stan Jones JJ Show FSU//Memphis Grad See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Jason & John
Jason & John Show, Thursday, March 25, 2021, Hour 1 (w/Florida State Hoops Assoc. HC Stan Jones in Seg 2 on NCAA's, Memphis, & More)

Jason & John

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2021 60:00


Jason & John Show, Thursday, March 25, 2021, Hour 1 (w/Florida State Hoops Assoc. HC Stan Jones in Seg 2 on NCAA's, Memphis, & More) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Hoop Threads
Episode 25: Stan Jones of Florida State Men's Basketball

Hoop Threads

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2020 90:55


0:55 Basketball Journey 13:02 Competing in the Big East, SEC, and ACC 14:02 Steps to building a program 19:45 "Recruit attitude, develop skill" 29:15 Guiding student-athletes through distractions 34:00 Communicating with players and their families 39:00 Program-building through practice 42:20 Load management and injury prevention 47:10 Defensive principles 49:35 Keys to relationship-building 54:20 Learning from Coach Hamilton 58:50 Do what you do best, and do what you do the most 1:04:50 Projecting 2020-2021 team 1:10:20 2020 Draft Process 1:12:15 Vassell's fit in SA, Trent in Utah 1:17:20 Closed mouths don't get fed 1:24:30 Future stars in the coaching profession 1:26:10 Advice for young coaches and legacy --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hoopthreadspod/support

Getting lumped up with Rob Rossi
RockerMike and Rob Presents: Legendary guitarist Freddie Salem

Getting lumped up with Rob Rossi

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2020 56:59


Freddie Salem has been a touring & recording artist, session musician and producer for over 30 years! Freddie started performing professionally at the age of 16 as he played with various bands from the Midwest before joining The Chambers Brothers Band as their lead guitar player. Freddie Salem legendary guitarist from The Outlaws is available for interviews to discuss the new Outlaws releasE “Live At Rockpalast 1981“ on CD+DVD. The Outlaws above the rocks of the Lorelei in Germany! In the summer of 1981, for the first time in Germany, what a statement about Southern Rock! 60 minutes full of unbridled joy of playing, bursting with power and endurance. "The Eagle Has Landed", the crew was Freddie Salem (guit./voc.), Hughie Thomasson (guit./voc.), Billy Jones (guit./voc.), David Dix (drums) and Rick Cua (bass) on the Lorelei on August 29th 1981. The Outlaws had released their commercially successful album "Ghost Riders" one year before. The track "(Ghost) Riders In The Sky" (original title: "Ghost Riders In The Sky: A Cowboy Legend") was penned by Stan Jones, had already been covered by Johnny Cash and the Blues Brothers and became the new anthem of Southern rock fans in the Outlaw version. At the Lorelei, the Outlaws played an 8-minute version of “Ghost Riders In The Sky” with a guitar battle between Freddie Salem, Hughie Thomasson and Billy Jones while the blissful fans in the audience waved an oversized Southern States banner. An incredible live experience is also their other Southern statement "Green Grass And High Tides", which stretches over breathtaking 20 minutes. Guitarist Freddie Salem remembers: "Speaking for the other Outlaws and myself, after playing in thousands of shows for thousands of people, Lorelei Germany and The Rockpalast concert will always remain a wonderful and ongoing memory in our career! Great performance of the US southern rockers The Outlaws at the 1st Rockpalast ("Test") Open-Air at Loreley, Germany from 1981 CD/DVD-set with many photos from the festival and liner notes by The Outlaws guitarist Freddie Salem http://www.freddie-salem.com/ https://m.facebook.com/FreddieSalemLonewolf/ http://www.lamusicawards.com/act/freddie-salem/ https://www.discogs.com/artist/461227-Freddie-Salem https://www.linkedin.com/in/freddie-salem-4556755b https://rockaor.com/?p=175896 https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/freddie-salem/id4090699 Please follow us on Youtube,Facebook,Instagram,Twitter,Patreon and at www.gettinglumpedup.com Get your T-shirt at https://www.prowrestlingtees.com/gettinglumpedup And https://www.bonfire.com/store/getting-lumped-up/ Subscribe to the Youtube channel 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://www.google.com/podcasts?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy83ZTZmNmU4L3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz https://open.spotify.com/show/00ZWLZaYqQlJji1QSoEz7a https://www.breaker.audio/getting-lumped-up-with-rob-rossi https://overcast.fm/itunes1448899708/getting-lumped-up-with-rob-rossi https://radiopublic.com/getting-lumped-up-with-rob-rossi-6B34eM https://pca.st/M9Mv https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/anchor-podcasts/getting-lumped-up-with-rob-rossi https://anchor.fm/rob-rossi https://pandora.app.link/uIAiNyok0ab https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-getting-lumped-up-with-rob-31091619?cmp=ios_share&sc=ios_social_share&pr=false&autoplay=true https://www.patreon.com/Gettinglumpedup Michael Brandvold Michael Brandvold Marketing & Management • San Francisco and Portland Digital & Content Strategy Management Management • Leather Leone, Storm Force Let us help manage & promote your website, social media, album release and tour. www.MichaelBrandvold.com  415-200-8483 --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rob-rossi/support

Music From 100 Years Ago
Halloween 2020

Music From 100 Years Ago

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2020 32:16


Songs include: The Skeleton Rag, Mr. Ghost Goes to Town, Ghost Riders in the Sky, The Halloween Dance, Is the Rope Around Your Neck? and Devil's Gonna Get You.  Also, a Halloween-themed poem read by the host. Performers include: Bessie Smith, Glenn Miller, Rev. J.M. Gates, Woody Herman, The American Quartet and Stan Jones.

Toma uno
Toma Uno - Cowpoke - 13/09/20

Toma uno

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2020 58:57


“Cowpoke” es una de las tonadas clásicas de vaqueros de Stan Jones, el actor y compositor de Arizona al que le debemos canciones como "Ghost Riders in the Sky". Jones murió de cáncer en 1963 pero su legado en la iconografía de los cowboys no se ha borrado. Colter Wall ha recuperado “Cowpoke” para adjuntarla a su último álbum, Western Swing & Waltzes and Other Punchy Songs, que debutó la semana pasada en el octavo puesto de las listas de country y el tercero de las de Folk/Americana, pero que resultó ser el que más vendió en soportes físicos con un amplio margen. Este nativo de Saskatchewan, en Canadá, de 25 años, ha elegido en su tercer álbum ser más severo al revitalizar la tradición del Western y homenajear a los cowboys. Su voz inimitable hace que, al escucharla, te detengas y le prestes toda la atención. La actualidad de la Americana está impregnada de tradición seminal y de un cierto universo cinematográfico que representa fielmente Charley Crockett en su último álbum, Welcome To Hard Times, y especialmente en canciones como “Fool Somebody Else”. Esta vez es una mezcla de influencias siempre equilibrada por la predominancia del Western como eje central. Aunque la letra pueda hacernos pensar que trata sobre una relación amorosa, la realidad es que Charley Crockett vuelve a referirse a sus problemas de salud que le obligaron a operarse a corazón abierto a comienzos del pasado año. Kalen Nash compuso “Loving You Still”, uno de los momentos mágicos de Back Of Our Minds, el debut de Kalen & Aslyn, el dúo que forma el matrimonio de Athens, en Georgia. En realidad parece que estuviéramos ante un diario sonoro en el que se han reflejado sus experiencias de la última década. Tras distintas vivencias individuales, la pareja decidió resumir una relación desordenada, imperfecta y claramente honesta como la suya a modo de capítulos de una novela. El resultado final es una fusión natural de los sonidos cálidos de los últimos 60 y primeros 70 en el sur de California. Kalen & Aslyn, que también han producido el proyecto, dejan canciones seductoras del estilo de “Loving You Still”, combinando sus armonías a la perfección. “Grit and Grace” habla de superación, determinación y fe en poder tener un final feliz. Es una canción basada en la historia real de un prisionero de guerra que la madre del vocalista Buddy Melton escribió junto a Milan Miller y Beth Husband. Da nombre genérico al nuevo álbum de Balsam Range, la banda de Haywood County, en Carolina del Norte, que mantiene el arraigo como fundamento de su carrera, que ha obtenido el amplio reconocimiento de la escena del bluegrass manteniendo su genuina dedicación a las historias sobre personas reales. Regresan a nuestro tiempo de radio Steep Canyon Rangers, con un nuevo trabajo como Arm in Arm, que ya anticipamos hace un par de meses. Se trata del primer disco de la banda grabado fuera de su estado natal en sus 20 años de historia. Esta vez se han acercado a los estudios Southern Ground de Nashville para seguir rindiendo homenaje a las tradiciones más vitales del bluegrass, aun cuando siguen explorando nuevas rutas sonoras. “Honey On My Tongue” pudiera sonar como un tema de ruptura, pero en realidad trata sobre las dificultades de la paternidad. Hace un año este “Bad Guy” formó parte del álbum One Light Town de Casey Donahew y en estas fechas se ha convertido en una de las canciones favoritas de las emisoras tejanas. Trata sobre un tipo egoista que reconoce no ser perfecto. El músico de Burleson ha conseguido gracias a una ejemplar constancia en sus 18 años de carrera ser uno de los artistas más considerados de la escena independiente del Lone Star State donde ha publicado nueve álbumes. Once Upon A River es una película que cuenta la odisea de Margo Crane, una joven nativa americana que viaja a lo largo del río Stark, en busca de su madre, de la que fue separada. Con tintes de Huckleberry Finn, la novela de Bonnie Jo Campbell ha pasado al cine gracias a Haroula Rose, artista musical y cineasta de Chicago con ascendencia griega que vivió durante una temporada en Madrid, algo que nunca ha olvidado y que presentó internacionalmente la cinta en el Festival de Mallorca. El próximo 2 de octubre será la fecha de su estreno definitivo. Además de la partitura de Zac Rae, músicos como J.D. Souther o Will Oldham han incorporado temas propios. Rodney Crowell compuso una nueva canción para su banda sonora. Es “The Damage”, lo primero que nos ha regalado el artista tejano tras su imponente álbum Texas de hace un año. Crecido en Greenville, Mississippi, y fascinado por el blues más tradicional y el jazz, Steve Azar estuvo de gira con Bob Seger hace años, olvidó su paso por la escena de Nashville en la segunda mitad de los 90 y se ha dedicado a concentrarse en la composición y el reencuentro con sus raíces. Su último álbum, My Mississippi Reunion,se publicará a finales de octubre cuenta con invitados como el batería, guitarrista, cantante y compositor de blues Cedric Burnside en "Coldwater". Nació en Memphis, Tennessee, es hijo del también batería de blues Calvin Jackson y nieto del guitarrista R. L. Burnside. The Waiting es un EP monumental, fruto de la incontinencia artística de un trovador tejano como Wade Bowen, uno de los sustentos esenciales de la Red Dirt Music. Después de regalarnos el segundo volumen de Hold My Beer, un disco indispensable junto a Randy Rogers, ha publicado por sorpresa seis canciones que parecen ser una primera entrega de todo lo que ha estado grabando durante los últimos meses de aislamiento. The Waiting lo componen cuatro de sus canciones aparecidas en sus álbumes en vivo que nunca había grabado en el estudio, una composición que escribió hace tiempo junto a su amigo Brent Cobb y una versión de “I Wish It Would Rain Down”, su canción favorita de Phil Collins. “Get Away” la habíamos escuchado en su segundo álbum, The Blue Light Live, grabado en directo en 2003 en la popular sala de Lubbock. Ahora, Wade Bowen y su banda la grabaron juntos en New Braunfels, Texas, y posteriormente músicos de Austin y Nashville agregaron steel, coros y teclados, enviando sus partes por correo electrónico. También llegará en octubre Forever Better Worse, la nueva apuesta de Great Peacock, el trío de Nashville que parece buscar una versión sureña del clásico Heartland rock. Se fueron a los estudios Sound Emporium de Music Row para grabar las bases fundamentales del trabajo y se recluyeron posteriormente en casa de Blount Floyd, el segundo guitarrista del grupo, para culminar con un tinte mucho más personal que en sus discos precedentes. Incluso han contado con invitados amigos como Adam Kurtz, antiguo miembro de American Aquarium, y Sadler Vaden de la 400 Unit de Jason Isbell. “Heavy Load” se nos antoja una canción expresiva del momento presente en el que la interiorización personal ha tomado el protagonismo. Es un tema de amor irrenunciable a pesar de sus dificultades. Capitalizar la herencia recibida no es una labor sencilla. Esa parece ser la tarea que se han impuesto Devon Allman y Duane Betts hijos respectivos de Gregg Allman y Dickey Betts con la Allman Betts Band, a la que también se ha unido el bajista Berry Oakley Jr. — hijo de Berry Oakley, el que fuera también miembro de The Allman Brothers Band. El año pasado debutaron con Down to the River y ahora han publicado su segundo álbum, Bless Your Heart, manteniendo evidentes guiños a ciertos acordes siempre recordados de las guitarras de la mítica banda de southern rock. Ese es el corsé que se sigue evidenciando en sus grabaciones, el estar demasiado responsabilizados por sus apellidos. El famoso “peso de la púrpura”. Y posiblemente sea ese peso el que les impide explorar con más intensidad su propia personalidad. “Rivers Run” juguetea con acordes fácilmente reconocibles y deja un regusto enternecedor, pero posiblemente el septeto tenga que aventurarse por descubrir su propio camino. La despedida del programa nos lleva de nuevo al Forum de Inglewood, cuando los Eagles, ya sin Glenn Frey actuaron durante tres días, a mediados de septiembre de 2018. Ahora se ha resumido en Live From The Forum MMXVIII que se editará el 16 de octubre en varios formatos. Al trío superviviente de la banda californiana se añadieron Deacon Frey, hijo de Glenn y Vince Gill, un músico que por sí mismo ha tejido un tapiz imponente dentro de la country music durante décadas. Y para interpretar “Lyin’ Eyes”, un tema mítico de One Of These Nights siempre ligado a Frey, que solía dedicárselo a su ex-mujer, fue Vince Gill quien se hizo cargo de la voz solista con una solvencia absoluta. Escuchar audio

New Slang
New Slang: 113 Colter Wall

New Slang

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2020 65:20


Episode 113 is with Canadian singer-songwriter Colter Wall. Wall will release his third full-length album, Western Swing & Waltzes and Other Punchy Songs, this coming August 28. The 10-track self-produced effort finds Wall delivering a strong and sturdy ode to Western culture & rural ranch life of yesterday, today, and tomorrow. Wall's Western Swing & Waltzes is a rich blend of iconic traditionals, prairie & trail songs from fellow Western songwriters, and a batch of new, fun-loving Wall originals. There's a definite loose and natural tone throughout that feels organic and genuine. Wall and company capture these perfectly imperfect moments and let them breathe and occupy the entire room. At times, Wall is raw and coarse as the feral grazing pastures, mountain overlooks, and the rolling prairies that are often the backdrops of Western Swing & Waltzes. At others, like the gorgeous sway found on the Stan Jones prairie classic "Cowpoke," Wall and company are delicate and precise on the harmonica laden and pedal swept ballad. During this conversation, Wall and I talk about the recording of the album (at Yellow Dog Studios in Wimberley, TX), the rich, epic lore of Western & rural culture, creating the perfect mood and setting for classic traditional ballads and newly written originals, songwriting contemporaries such as Vincent Neil Emerson and Blake Berglund, and how we can learn from and support our local/regional rural agriculture neighbors during these trying times. This episode's presenting partner is Desert Door Texas Sotol. For more information, click here.This episode is sponsored by The Blue Light Live in Lubbock, Texas. To get BL merch, click here. To help support Blue Light Live bar staff and purchase Monday Night Lights, click here.Follow New Slang on Twitter here, Instagram here, and Facebook here. To order New Slang merch, visit the online store here. Follow Tom Mooney's Cup of Coffee here and The Neon Eon here.To launch your own Buzzsprout-hosted podcast, click here.Desert Door Desert Door is a craft distiller of a premium and unique Texas spirit known as Texas sotol.The Blue Light Live The Blue Light Live is the premier live music venue of Lubbock, Texas. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/thomasdmooney)

Toma uno
Toma uno - El diablo subió desde Georgia. Adiós, Charlie Daniels - 11/07/20

Toma uno

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2020 58:48


Charlie Daniels murió el pasado lunes por la mañana en el Summit Medical Center de Nashville tras sufrir un derrame cerebral. Tenía 83 años. El productor Bob Johnston, que le contrataría para CBS en Nashville, le llevó a la Music City, donde era fácil verle actuar en los más diversos clubs mientras se convirtió en músico de sesión, aunque siempre le dijeron que tocaba demasiado fuerte. Intervino en el Nashville Skyline, New Morning y Self-Portrait de Dylan, aunque nunca estuvo demasiado cerca de las composiciones ni de las posturas personales del genio de Minnesota. Por eso puede incluso extrañar la selección de algunas de las 10 canciones que en 2014 completaron un disco dedicado a versionar canciones del bardo bajo el título de Off the Grid - Doin' It Dylan. Durante una buena parte de los 60 y 70 participó en grabaciones de Marty Robbins, uno de sus favoritos, Michael Martin Murphey, Tanya Tucker, Earl Scruggs y sus amigos del sello Capricorn Records, especialmente la Marshall Tucker Band, Grinderswitch y Elvin Bishop. También estuvo con George Harrison y Ringo Starr en sus primeras grabaciones en solitario y fue miembro de la banda de acompañamiento de Leonard Cohen en sus giras. Incluso llegó a producir a Elephant Mountain y a los Youngbloods. Muy poco antes de cumplir 80 años, Charlie Daniels publicó Nighthawk (algo así como “chotacabras”), un disco acústico en homenaje a los vaqueros. Se trata de una colección de temas de cowboys que siempre quiso grabar sin ningún tipo de instrumentación eléctrica, tal y como pudieran cantarse en cualquier fogata nocturna tras una larga jornada de trabajo. Ávido lector, Charlie Daniels siempre se inclinó por los libros sobre el Oeste. De hecho, el título de este trabajo hacía referencia a la novela de Louis L’Amour de 1962. Night Hawk se convirtió en su último álbum en vida. “(Ghost) Riders In the Sky: A Cowboy Legend” es un tema que Stan Jones escribió en 1948 contando la historia de un cowboy que tiene la visión de ser perseguido por fantasmagóricos vaqueros malditos en el cielo. Uno de ellos le conmina a abandonar sus costumbres o será condenado a unirse a ellos para siempre “tratando de atrapar la manada del diablo por los cielos sin fin”. En 1970 apareció el primer trabajo en solitario, Charlie Daniels, publicado por Capitol. Fue cuando decidió formar la Charlie Daniels Band y empiezan a asentarse los cimientos del llamado Southern rock. Honey In The Rock llegó en 1973 y allí se incluyó el single "Uneasy Rider", que fue su primera aparición en las listas de country. Aquella canción es lo más parecido a un anticipo de las formas de "The Devil Went Down to Georgia". Charlie Daniels tomó el papel de un hippie de pelo largo que sufre un pinchazo y se encuentra en un bar de rednecks donde no es bienvenido. Una situación nada cómoda. Un año más tarde, apareció Fire On The Mountain, su álbum de debut para Epic, su nueva compañía. Con Dickey Betts de los Allman Brothers tocando el dobro, allí estaba "Long Haired Country Boy", toda una sorpresa para la escena de Nashville, donde se celebraba el fumar marihuana por la mañana y emborracharse por la noche. Cuando el single se reeditó en 1980, se suavizó la letra. Trabajando en aquel Fire On The Mountain, Charlie decidió grabar algunas canciones en directo en un auditorio de Nashville. Homenajeando a Tennessee, conocido como "The Volunteer State", la Charlie Daniels Band llamó al concierto "Volunteer Jam" e invitó a viejos amigos como los Allman Brothers o la Marshall Tucker Band. En las primeras ediciones del álbum Fire On The Mountain se incluyó un single con tres de aquellas grabaciones en directo. Aquel show pasó a celebrarse casi cada año y se convirtió en toda una institución. Con la presencia de los más diversos artistas. A finales de 1975 aparecía Nightrider que abría el adictivo “Texas”, una de las más fieras interpretaciones del Western swing tejano, que entendimos como un homenaje de la Charlie Daniels Band a la herencia de Bob Wills y sus Texas Playboys. Hoy estamos dedicando nuestro programa al carismático y controvertido Charlie Daniels, un mocetón nacido en Wilmington, North Carolina, que se trasladó con su familia a Georgia siendo muy pequeño. Alrededor de 1953 formó una banda de bluegrass, The Misty Mountain Boys, y empezó a escribir sus primeras canciones para, un poco más tarde, dedicarse a tocar rock'n'roll y al rhythm'n'blues con los Rockets en Washington D.C. y su área de influencia. En el 59 grabó con ellos "Jaguar", un single instrumental para Epic en Fort Worth, Texas, que les hizo cambiar el nombre precisamente al de Jaguars. Es el que estaba sonando de fondo. Pero al iniciarse los años 60, Charlie Daniels, criado en el country, un amante del del swing, del bluegrass de Benny Martin, y un notable cantante y guitarrista de rock'n'roll, descubrió el jazz, e hizo algunos intentos dentro del estilo que no fructificaron. De vuelta a sus géneros más cercanos, en 1964 compuso "It Hurts Me", que aparecería en la voz de Elvis Presley como cara B de "Kissin' Cousins". Y en el 66 volvió a grabar con los Jaguars. Fue la primera vez que escuchamos su voz en “In The Middle of the Heartache”, un tema compuesto por él y muy propio del llamado soul de los ojos azules de entonces. Fue grabado en Nueva Orleans y se editó en single en 1966. Diez años más tarde, la Charlie Daniels Band abría una etapa especialmente prolífica con grabaciones como High Lonesome, cuyo tema de apertura era “Billy The Kid”, una de sus mejores canciones y en la que contó con George McCorkle de la Marshall Tucker Band haciéndose cargo de la guitarra acústica. En aquellos momentos, sus lanzamientos como grupo fueron también acompañados de distintos volúmenes de Volunteer Jam, que se había convertido en uno de los puntos de encuentro inevitables. Siguiendo con algunos personajes legendarios, Charlie Daniels participó en un proyecto titulado The Legend of Jesse James, grabado en 1979 y publicado al año siguiente que daba continuación a White Mansions, que en 1978 documentaba la vida de los confederados durante la Guerra Civil Americana. Lo curioso es que todas las composiciones eran de Paul Kennerly, por entonces pareja de Emmylou Harris. Daniels intervino en tres cortes, dos de ellos instrumentales. Mientras en aquel proyecto Levon Helm tomaba el papel de Jesse James, Johnny Cash era su hermano Frank y Emmylou Harris su mujer Zerelda, Charlie Daniels representó a Cole Younger, el hermano mayor de los cuatro que formaron parte de la banda desde el comienzo. Bajo ese rol interpretó “Riding with Jesse James”, convertida en una de las curiosidades de su carrera. En el año en que grabó aquella colaboración, 1979, llegó “The Devil Went Down to Georgia”, una canción sobre un duelo de fiddles entre el diablo y un joven inexperto y presuntuoso. Supuso un cambio sustancial para la Charlie Daniels Band. Singles anteriores le habían hecho ganar aceptación en las emisoras de rock, pero los oyentes de country no respondían. Aunque siguieron siendo una de las bandas punteras en el movimiento del rock sureño, rompieron el mercado vaquero con la adaptación de un cuento clásico y la interpretación al fiddle de su líder. Consiguieron dos premios Grammy y el reconocimiento de todos gracias a un tema que en principio no estaba ni tan siquiera incluido en su álbum Million Mile Reflections, que tomo el título recordando que la banda había superado el millón de millas de recorrido en sus giras. Además, en 1980 participó en la película Urban Cowboy y dejó un par de temas en su banda sonora, “The Devil Went Down to Georgia" y "Falling In Love For The Night", aprovechando el éxito para seguir con su Volunteer Jam y editar un nuevo álbum, Full Moon. Aquel disco tuvo como como apertura una de sus canciones legendarias, "The Legend Of Wooley Swamp". Un tema que cuenta la historia de Lucius Clay, un viejo codicioso, más preocupado por el dinero que por los demás. Guardaba todo su dinero en viejos tarros enterrados alrededor de su jardín, que desenterraba durante las noches de verano para recontar su fortuna. Tres jóvenes, conocidos como los Cable Boys, se enteraron del asunto y decidieron ir una noche al pantano de Wooley Swamp y llevarse el dinero. Le encontraron desenterrando los tarros, le golpearon y arrojaron su cuerpo al pantano. Pero según escapaban con el dinero fueron hundiéndose en las arenas movedizas, mientras escuchaban reírse al viejo. En este recorrido por algunos de los momentos más relevantes y curiosos de la larga carrera de Charlie Daniels, no hemos ido a 1989, cuando añadió un tema a Next Of Kin, un thriller protagonizado por Patrick Swayze y Liam Neeson bajo la dirección de John Irvin. Aquella banda sonora nos permitió escuchar 10 canciones inéditas de Gregg Allman junto a Lori Yates, Rodney Crowell, Ricky Van Shelton, Ricky Skaggs, Sweethearts of the Rodeo, George Jones, Duane Eddy y nuestro protagonista de hoy, que aportó “My Sweet Baby’s Gone”. El disco se descatalogó rápidamente y se ha convertido en toda una pieza de coleccionista que hoy hemos querido recuperar. Pero 1990 apareció con mejor disposición y Simple Man estuvo a punto de alcanzar la cima de las listas de country. Era un disco casi conceptual que nos devolvió a un Charlie Daniels pletórico. Tanto, que un año más tarde anunció el regreso de Volunteer Jam. En aquel trabajo había temas tan melancólicos como “Mr. DJ”, donde un camionero pide al disc jockey que pinche una canción para un viejo que está lejos de casa, con mil millas por delante y mil millas por detrás, un dólar en el bolsillo y una mujer en la cabeza. Y aprovecha para recordar a Waylon, Willie, los Oak Ridge Boys Alabama, George Jones y Mickey Gilley, entre otros. Es una buena forma de recordar en la despedida del programa de hoy a Charlie Daniels, que moría el pasado lunes. Escuchar audio

BRING IT IN
BRING IT IN: Sue Bird

BRING IT IN

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2020 53:53


Today on BRING IT IN, Henry Abbott and David Thorpe spoke with legendary point guard Sue Bird of the Seattle Storm. TrueHoop special correspondent Adena Jones showed us what Sue has been up to with highlights from the incredible IG stories she has been making with her girlfriend Megan Rapinoe. Sue talked about “Megan Goggles,” trying to prepare for the WNBA season on the hoop in her sister’s driveway, what she loved and didn’t love about playing in Russia. She broke down some of her plays with David and Perry Huang, video coordinator of the Seattle Storm (and Erie Bayhawks), and she told the true story of her bad shooting year. The video is here: RECENT BRING IT IN EPISODES:TUESDAY May 12, 2020 Tommy Sheppard on keeping the Wizards ready to play over Zoom.MONDAY May 11, 2020 Comedian Dwayne Kennedy on Michael Jordan’s hyper competitive nature.FRIDAY May 8, 2020 Jarod Hector played the Friday tradition of NINE BY NINETY, where they get 90 seconds each to rapid-fire cover nine topics.THURSDAY May 7, 2020 Jane McManus on what she would do if was in charge of the NBA right now.WEDNESDAY May 6, 2020 Brandon Grier on recovering from the coronavirus and spending his childhood with Jalen Rose and Chris Webber.TUESDAY May 5, 2020 TrueHoop Special Correspondent Adena Jones on NBA players dancing, at home, in quarantine, and #TrueHoopBookClub.MONDAY May 4, 2020 Bernie Lee on Jimmy Butler’s mind.FRIDAY May 1, 2020 Jarod Hector plays NINE BY NINETY, where David, Henry, and he get 90 seconds each to rapid-fire cover nine topics.THURSDAY April 30, 2020 Stan Jones on culture building, how the game has changed, the NBA draft, and Zion. This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at www.truehoop.com/subscribe

BRING IT IN
BRING IT IN: Tommy Sheppard

BRING IT IN

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2020 51:32


Today on BRING IT IN, Henry Abbott and David Thorpe spoke with Washington Wizards GM Tommy Sheppard. He talked about his family’s insane number of pets, including three different duck varieties. He says he has been blown away by John Wall’s shooting ability, talked about keeping the Wizards ready to play over Zoom, the role confidence plays in improving players, a player that came to the front office’s attention via advanced stats, the future of gameplay. He also answered our subscribers’ excellent questions.The video is here:RECENT BRING IT IN EPISODES:MONDAY May 11, 2020 Comedian Dwayne Kennedy on Michael Jordan’s hyper competitive nature.FRIDAY May 8, 2020 Jarod Hector played the Friday tradition of NINE BY NINETY, where they get 90 seconds each to rapid-fire cover nine topics.THURSDAY May 7, 2020 Jane McManus on what she would do if was in charge of the NBA right now.WEDNESDAY May 6, 2020 Brandon Grier on recovering from the coronavirus and spending his childhood with Jalen Rose and Chris Webber.TUESDAY May 5, 2020 TrueHoop Special Correspondent Adena Jones on NBA players dancing, at home, in quarantine, and #TrueHoopBookClub.MONDAY May 4, 2020 Bernie Lee on Jimmy Butler’s mind.FRIDAY May 1, 2020 Jarod Hector plays NINE BY NINETY, where David, Henry, and he get 90 seconds each to rapid-fire cover nine topics.THURSDAY April 30, 2020 Stan Jones on culture building, how the game has changed, the NBA draft, and Zion.WEDNESDAY April 29, 2020 Seth Partnow on how well Michael Jordan would fit in today’s NBA. This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at www.truehoop.com/subscribe

BRING IT IN
BRING IT IN: Dwayne Kennedy

BRING IT IN

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2020 57:04


Today on BRING IT IN, Henry Abbott and David Thorpe spoke with Dwayne Kennedy is a stand-up comedian, actor, and writer. As a producer, he won a 2019 Emmy Award for the CNN original series United Shades of America. His latest album, “Who The Hell Is Dwayne Kennedy?” is out now. We listened to some of his stand up, talked about Michael Jordan’s hyper competitive nature, managing testosterone, and Dwayne asked David and Henry about Tiger King. The video is here:RECENT BRING IT IN EPISODES:FRIDAY May 8, 2020 Jarod Hector played the Friday tradition of NINE BY NINETY, where they get 90 seconds each to rapid-fire cover nine topics.THURSDAY May 7, 2020 Jane McManus on what she would do if was in charge of the NBA right now.WEDNESDAY May 6, 2020 Brandon Grier on recovering from the coronavirus and spending his childhood with Jalen Rose and Chris Webber.TUESDAY May 5, 2020 TrueHoop Special Correspondent Adena Jones on NBA players dancing, at home, in quarantine, and #TrueHoopBookClub.MONDAY May 4, 2020 Bernie Lee on Jimmy Butler’s mind.FRIDAY May 1, 2020 Jarod Hector plays NINE BY NINETY, where David, Henry, and he get 90 seconds each to rapid-fire cover nine topics.THURSDAY April 30, 2020 Stan Jones on culture building, how the game has changed, the NBA draft, and Zion.WEDNESDAY April 29, 2020 Seth Partnow on how well Michael Jordan would fit in today’s NBA.TUESDAY April 28, 2020 Jonathan Abrams on what happens if the NBA abolishes the draft. This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at www.truehoop.com/subscribe

BRING IT IN
BRING IT IN: Friday with Jarod

BRING IT IN

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2020 49:44


Friday with Jarod!“What are you guys doing? What is happening? … These protestors they just don’t care. It’s ultimately: it’s America, I do what I want and I don’t care. It’s sad.”Jarod Hector, multimedia journalist, voice, on-air personality and podcast host joins David Thorpe and Henry Abbott for the Friday tradition of NINE BY NINETY, where they get 90 seconds each to rapid-fire cover nine topics.They talked about Betsy DeVos’s Title IX rules change, Michael Jordan and the heritage of the black athlete, whether games can be played in 2020, and more. The video is here:RECENT BRING IT IN EPISODES:THURSDAY May 7, 2020 Jane McManus on what she would do if was in charge of the NBA right now.WEDNESDAY May 6, 2020 Brandon Grier on recovering from the coronavirus and spending his childhood with Jalen Rose and Chris Webber.TUESDAY May 5, 2020 TrueHoop Special Correspondent Adena Jones on NBA players dancing, at home, in quarantine, and #TrueHoopBookClub.MONDAY May 4, 2020 Bernie Lee on Jimmy Butler’s mind.FRIDAY May 1, 2020 Jarod Hector plays NINE BY NINETY, where David, Henry, and he get 90 seconds each to rapid-fire cover nine topics.THURSDAY April 30, 2020 Stan Jones on culture building, how the game has changed, the NBA draft, and Zion.WEDNESDAY April 29, 2020 Seth Partnow on how well Michael Jordan would fit in today’s NBA.TUESDAY April 28, 2020 Jonathan Abrams on what happens if the NBA abolishes the draft.MONDAY April 27, 2020 Coach Thorpe helped our guest Thomas Beller solve a basketball mystery. This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at www.truehoop.com/subscribe

BRING IT IN
BRING IT IN: Jane McManus

BRING IT IN

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2020 57:46


Today on BRING IT IN, Henry Abbott and David Thorpe spoke with Jane McManus, the Director of Marist College’s Center for Sports Communication and columnist for the New York Daily News. She has covered New York sports since 1998. (Some may know her as “Lesley E. Visserate” from the roller derby circuit.)She talked about sports journalists’ role in covering the coronavirus, what she would be doing if she was in charge of the NBA right now, her thoughts on Michael Jordan as a person and player, and what she tells young people who want to get into sports media.The video is here:RECENT BRING IT IN EPISODES:WEDNESDAY May 6, 2020 Brandon Grier on recovering from the coronavirus and spending his childhood with Jalen Rose and Chris Webber.TUESDAY May 5, 2020 TrueHoop Special Correspondent Adena Jones on NBA players dancing, at home, in quarantine, and #TrueHoopBookClub.MONDAY May 4, 2020 Bernie Lee on Jimmy Butler’s mind.FRIDAY May 1, 2020 Jarod Hector plays NINE BY NINETY, where David, Henry, and he get 90 seconds each to rapid-fire cover nine topics.THURSDAY April 30, 2020 Stan Jones on culture building, how the game has changed, the NBA draft, and Zion.WEDNESDAY April 29, 2020 Seth Partnow on how well Michael Jordan would fit in today’s NBA.TUESDAY April 28, 2020 Jonathan Abrams on what happens if the NBA abolishes the draft.MONDAY April 27, 2020 Coach Thorpe helped our guest Thomas Beller solve a basketball mystery. FRIDAY April 24, 2020 Jarod Hector on Michael Jordan as an antihero, Scottie Pippen as hero, and the first thing that should change in the NBA. This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at www.truehoop.com/subscribe

BRING IT IN
BRING IT IN: Brandon Grier

BRING IT IN

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2020 57:57


Today on BRING IT IN, Henry Abbott and David Thorpe spoke with Brandon Grier, NBA and NFL agent and co-founder of the Athlete Management agency, which represents players like Georges Niang, Dewayne Dedmon, Ekpe Udoh, Quincy Acy, Kay Felder, and many others. He talked about his experience recovering from the coronavirus, spending his childhood with Jalen Rose and Chris Webber, his theories on who will stay in the NBA after gameplay starts up again, and what he wants basketball to look like in a post-COVID world.The video is here:RECENT BRING IT IN EPISODES:TUESDAY May 5, 2020 TrueHoop Special Correspondent Adena Jones on NBA players dancing, at home, in quarantine, and #TrueHoopBookClub.MONDAY May 4, 2020 Bernie Lee on Jimmy Butler’s mind.FRIDAY May 1, 2020 Jarod Hector plays NINE BY NINETY, where David, Henry, and he get 90 seconds each to rapid-fire cover nine topics.THURSDAY April 30, 2020 Stan Jones on culture building, how the game has changed, the NBA draft, and Zion.WEDNESDAY April 29, 2020 Seth Partnow on how well Michael Jordan would fit in today’s NBA.TUESDAY April 28, 2020 Jonathan Abrams on what happens if the NBA abolishes the draft.MONDAY April 27, 2020 Coach Thorpe helped our guest Thomas Beller solve a basketball mystery. FRIDAY April 24, 2020 Jarod Hector on Michael Jordan as an antihero, Scottie Pippen as hero, and the first thing that should change in the NBA.THURSDAY April 23, 2020 Pelicans head coach Alvin Gentry and surprise guest Amin Elhassan. This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at www.truehoop.com/subscribe

BRING IT IN
BRING IT IN: Adena Jones

BRING IT IN

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2020 57:18


Today on BRING IT IN, TrueHoop Special Correspondent Adena Jones brought her own theme music and breaking news about NBA players dancing, at home, in quarantine.She also tells us why she got a reputation as the Dennis Rodman of her high school basketball team. And, together with Henry Abbott and David Thorpe, she invented the #TrueHoopBookClub! Our first book: My Losing Season by Pat Conroy, his memoir of the 1966-67 Citadel basketball team on which he played. Join us on BRING IT IN next Friday, May 15, to discuss the first 10 or so chapters. The video is here:RECENT BRING IT IN EPISODES:MONDAY May 4, 2020 Bernie Lee on Jimmy Butler’s mind.FRIDAY May 1, 2020 Jarod Hector played NINE BY NINETY, where David, Henry, and he get 90 seconds each to rapid-fire cover nine topics.THURSDAY April 30, 2020 Stan Jones on culture building, how the game has changed, the NBA draft, and Zion.WEDNESDAY April 29, 2020 Seth Partnow on how well Michael Jordan would fit in today’s NBA.TUESDAY April 28, 2020 Jonathan Abrams on what happens if the NBA abolishes the draft.MONDAY April 27, 2020 Coach Thorpe helped our guest Thomas Beller solve a basketball mystery. FRIDAY April 24, 2020 Jarod Hector on Michael Jordan as an antihero, Scottie Pippen as hero, and the first thing that should change in the NBA.THURSDAY April 23, 2020 Pelicans head coach Alvin Gentry and surprise guest Amin Elhassan.WEDNESDAY April 22, 2020 Special TrueHoop correspondent Adena Jones on what NBA families are up to during the lockdown. This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at www.truehoop.com/subscribe

BRING IT IN
BRING IT IN: Bernie Lee

BRING IT IN

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2020 57:34


Today on BRING IT IN Henry Abbott and David Thorpe spoke with NBA agent Bernie Lee, owner of Thread Sports Management, who represents, among others, five-time All-Star, Jimmy Butler. They talked about Jimmy Butler’s mind, the future of the G-League vs. international leagues, why Jimmy cares so much about avoiding fouls (and how he does it), how Bernie almost got a job on an NBA coaching staff, and the time LeBron James knocked the wind out of Rick Pitino, and more.The video is here:RECENT BRING IT IN EPISODES:FRIDAY May 1, 2020 Jarod Hector played NINE BY NINETY, where David, Henry, and he get 90 seconds each to rapid-fire cover nine topics.THURSDAY April 30, 2020 Stan Jones on culture building, how the game has changed, the NBA draft, and Zion.WEDNESDAY April 29, 2020 Seth Partnow on how well Michael Jordan would fit in today’s NBA.TUESDAY April 28, 2020 Jonathan Abrams on what happens if the NBA abolishes the draft.MONDAY April 27, 2020 Coach Thorpe helped our guest Thomas Beller solve a basketball mystery. FRIDAY April 24, 2020 Jarod Hector on Michael Jordan as an antihero, Scottie Pippen as hero, and the first thing that should change in the NBA.THURSDAY April 23, 2020 Pelicans head coach Alvin Gentry and surprise guest Amin Elhassan.WEDNESDAY April 22, 2020 Special TrueHoop correspondent Adena Jones on what NBA families are up to during the lockdown.TUESDAY April 21, 2020 Jade Hoye, the man who created ESPN’s TrueHoop TV and TrueHoop podcasts at ESPN. This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at www.truehoop.com/subscribe

BRING IT IN
BRING IT IN: Friday with Jarod

BRING IT IN

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2020 51:36


Today on BRING IT IN Henry Abbott and David Thorpe spoke with our TrueHoop BRING IT IN Friday guest Jarod Hector, multimedia journalist, voice, on-air personality and podcast host. They played NINE BY NINETY, where they get 90 seconds each to rapid-fire cover nine topics.They discussed Mark Cuban as an economic expert, John Wall on his relationship with Bradley Beal, David Thorpe’s latest TrueHoop piece, “We all have some Rodman in us,” and more.The video is here:RECENT BRING IT IN EPISODES:THURSDAY April 30, 2020 Stan Jones on culture building, how the game has changed, the NBA draft, and Zion.WEDNESDAY April 29, 2020 Seth Partnow on how well Michael Jordan would fit in today’s NBA.TUESDAY April 28, 2020 Jonathan Abrams on what happens if the NBA abolishes the draft.MONDAY April 27, 2020 Coach Thorpe helped our guest Thomas Beller solve a basketball mystery. FRIDAY April 24, 2020 Jarod Hector on Michael Jordan as an antihero, Scottie Pippen as hero, and the first thing that should change in the NBA.THURSDAY April 23, 2020 Pelicans head coach Alvin Gentry and surprise guest Amin Elhassan.WEDNESDAY April 22, 2020 Special TrueHoop correspondent Adena Jones on what NBA families are up to during the lockdown.TUESDAY April 21, 2020 Jade Hoye, the man who created ESPN’s TrueHoop TV and TrueHoop podcasts at ESPN.MONDAY April 20, 2020 Jeff Asher, former CIA officer, on how bias affects perception, thinking about thinking, and job of managing our own biases in making choices.FRIDAY April 17, 2020 Seerat Sohi on ESPN’s Michael Jordan documentary The Last Dance and mental health in a pandemic. This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at www.truehoop.com/subscribe

BRING IT IN
BRING IT IN: Stan Jones

BRING IT IN

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2020 54:41


Today on BRING IT IN David Thorpe and TrueHoop correspondent Jarod Hector spoke with Stan Jones, Associate Head Coach at Florida State University. They talked about culture building, how the game has changed, the NBA draft, Zion, and more. The video is here: RECENT BRING IT IN EPISODES:WEDNESDAY April 29, 2020 Seth Partnow on how well Michael Jordan would fit in today’s NBA.TUESDAY April 28, 2020 Jonathan Abrams on what happens if the NBA abolishes the draft.MONDAY April 27, 2020 Coach Thorpe helped our guest Thomas Beller solve a basketball mystery. FRIDAY April 24, 2020 Jarod Hector on Michael Jordan as an antihero, Scottie Pippen as hero, and the first thing that should change in the NBA.THURSDAY April 23, 2020 Pelicans head coach Alvin Gentry and surprise guest Amin Elhassan.WEDNESDAY April 22, 2020 Special TrueHoop correspondent Adena Jones on what NBA families are up to during the lockdown.TUESDAY April 21, 2020 Jade Hoye, the man who created ESPN’s TrueHoop TV and TrueHoop podcasts at ESPN.MONDAY April 20, 2020 Jeff Asher, former CIA officer, on how bias affects perception, thinking about thinking, and job of managing our own biases in making choices.FRIDAY April 17, 2020 Seerat Sohi on ESPN’s Michael Jordan documentary The Last Dance and mental health in a pandemic.THURSDAY April 16, 2020 Dana Smith returns to answer our new coronavirus questions. This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at www.truehoop.com/subscribe

Wesley Seminary Podcast
#130 Dr. Stan Jones: Understanding Genetic Makeup

Wesley Seminary Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2020 39:54


#130 Dr. Stan Jones: Understanding Genetic Makeup by Wesley Seminary Podcast

Creative Coaching
Stan Jones - Florida State Men's Basketball-Assistant Coach

Creative Coaching

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2020 54:01


Coach Jones joins us to talk about Winning being a learned behavior and investing in your craft.

Quick to Listen
Christian Sex Ed in an Age of Ubiquitous Porn

Quick to Listen

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2019 53:44


Transcribed highlights of the show can be found in our episode summaries. Last week, four members of Congress wrote to the Department of Justice asking that it "declare the prosecution of obscene pornography a criminal justice priority and urge your US attorneys to bring prosecutions against the major producers and distributors of such material.” This letter came in light of the internet exponentially increasing the proliferation of porn which is “especially harmful to youth, who are being exposed to obscene pornography at exponentially younger ages." As children can increasingly learn about sex from peers and digital devices, parents should be intentional about trying to make sure their kids hear about it first from them, says Stan Jones, who has authored a number of Christian sex ed books, along with his life Brenna Jones. Unfortunately, when it comes to giving their children “the talk,” “parents are often terrified of being asked, ‘Well, what did you do when at such-and-such an age?’” said Jones. “The unresolved hurt, guilt, shame from the past just causes parents to put it off and put it off.” Jones joined digital media producer Morgan Lee and editor in chief Mark Galli to discuss how the sexual revolution changed sex, the digital revolution changed sex, and how Christians parents and caretakers can get better at educating kids about sex. What is Quick to Listen ? Read more Subscribe to Quick to Listen on Apple Podcasts Follow the podcast on Twitter Follow our host on Twitter: Morgan Lee Subscribe to Mark’s newsletter: The Galli Report Learn more about Stan Jones’s books Music by Sweeps Quick to Listen is produced by Morgan Lee and Matt Linder The transcript is edited by Bunmi Ishola

In the Footsteps of Jesus
152 - Talks with disciples - Nick Creta with Stan Jones

In the Footsteps of Jesus

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2019 28:24


In the Footsteps of Jesus
043 - Talks with disciples - Nick Creta with Stan Jones (repeat)

In the Footsteps of Jesus

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2019 28:24


In the Footsteps of Jesus
002 - Talks with disciples - Nick Creta with Stan Jones

In the Footsteps of Jesus

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2019 28:24


DriveTime
Series 2 - Ep 2 - Talking To Your Kids About Pornography

DriveTime

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 21, 2019 10:35


Conversations surrounding pornography can be intimidating and full of fear but they are needed. Acknowledging the awkwardness will help you as you prepare. But making sure the conversation takes place within a grander conversation of God’s design for sex as the sex-maker will be important. This episode of DriveTime is sponsored by Simply Blessed: Finding Join in the Little Things. Simply Blessed contains thirty-one heartfelt devotional stories for the woman seeking to know God for who He is: a loving God who longs to have a relationship with her. It's author, Kim Chaffin, focuses on the foundation of a woman’s faith, tackling issues she faces on a daily basis and providing joyful and practical lessons for a woman’s heart. Purchase the book today by clicking here! FURTHER RESOURCES Resources, links, or other helpful tools from this podcast episode: Suggested Books for Ages 3-5 The Story of Me - By Brenna and Stan Jones, and Joel Spector Authors share the wonderful story of God’s love and the marvelous body he has blessed us with. Using straight talk, age-appropriate language and realistic illustrations. It addresses God’s love and the goodness of all He has made, the nurturing family as God’s context for love, appropriate names for genitila, and the importance of a mother and father. God Made All of Me - By Justin and Lindsey Holcomb  God Made All of Me is a simply-told, beautifully-illustrated story to help families talk about these sensitive issues with two- to eight-year-old children. Because the private parts of our bodies are private, the home is the ideal environment where a child should learn about his or her body and how it should be treated by others. God Made All of Me starts from the fundamental truth that God created everything and applies that truth to kids and their bodies. It equips parents to talk with both boys and girls about their bodies and to help them understand the difference between the appropriate and inappropriate touch of others. God Made All of Me allows families to build a first line of defense against sexual abuse in the safety of their own homes. Suggested Books for Ages 6-9 Before I Was Born - By Carolyn Nystrom The authors use straight talk, age-appropriate language and informative illustrations to help children see sex as a special gift from a wonderful God to a husband and wife within the context of a marriage and family relationship. Topics covered include: why God made boys’ and girls’ bodies different, the basic facts about intercourse, presented in the context of marital love and intimacy, conception and fetal development, and childbirth and breastfeeding Suggested Books for Ages 10-14 What’s the Big Deal? Why God Cares About Sex - By Brenna and Stan Jones This book is designed for parents and children to read through and discuss together. Each chapter introduces an age-appropriate issue and provides “written conversations” between a child and a parent. It is recommended that the child read his or her part and the parent read his or her part. This method provides an excellent way for new and challenging issues to be raised and addressed with a child. Articles: Questions to Ask Kids – By Jason Soucinek Parents Guide For Teaching God's Design for Sexuality – By Walt Mueller Bible Verses: James 4:17 1 John 1:7-9 Questions, comments, feedback, suggestions for future episodes? E-mail us at admin@projectsix19.org!

Alaska Authors and Themes
Townsend, Harbeson Jr, and Jones: New Books, 3 Genres

Alaska Authors and Themes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2018 114:39


Alaskan authors Stan Jones (Big Empty), Lori Townsend (Ghost Ship), and George Harbeson Jr. (Shadow Times) discuss their new books, writing, and Alaskan literary genres. Stan Jones, mystery author of Tundra Kill; White Sky, Black Ice; Shaman Pass; Frozen Sun; Village of the Ghost Bears, collaborated with Patricia Watts on the sixth Nathan Active series called The Big Empty. In the story, Nathan Active investigates a suspicious plane crash in Chukchi. Lori Townsend’s novel Ghost Ship welcomes back Anchorage-based reporter Zilla Gillette who is investigating an unusual disappearance of a group of nine teenagers from the Bering Strait community of Nome. Lori Townsend is the News Director for the Alaska Public Radio Network. Her first book, American Home Wrecker, introduced the tough and insightful Zilla Gillette. George Harbeson Jr’s short story collection Shadow Times, Alaska Stories of another Age was a finalist in the Brighthorse Books’ Prize for Short Fiction, 2017. “These Alaska short stories weave in and out of the shifting shadows and interlacing light cast by colliding cultures, by loss and loneliness, by redemption and hope, by dreams and nostalgic reminiscences…all rooted in the Alaskan natural landscape.” George Harbeson Jr is also author of Homesteaders in the Headlights, a memoir that traces his family’s move and homestead in Knik, AK starting in 1954. A lively discussion follow the readings.

Alaska Authors and Themes
Mystery Authors Keenan Powell, author of Deadly Solution, and Stan Jones

Alaska Authors and Themes

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2018 68:26


Mystery author Keenan Powell presents her new book, Deadly Solution. Joining her is Stan Jones, author of the Nathan Active mystery series. Together they discuss character make up and their next mystery books. In Deadly Solution, Maeve Malloy, a public defender in Anchorage, defends an Alaska Native man accused of beating another homeless man to death. With no witnesses to the crime and a client who claims to have no knowledge of the night of the murder, the case seems stacked against her. However… Keenan Powell is a practicing attorney on Anchorage. She received a Bachelor’s of Science in Broadcast Communication Arts from San Francisco State University and a Juris Doctorate from McGeorge School of Law. Stan Jones is author of Tundra Kill; White Sky, Black Ice; Shaman Pass; Frozen Sun; Village of the Ghost Bears. His forthcoming book is co written with Patricia Watt and is called The Big Empty.

Front Row Noles
Front Row Noles - 7/25/18

Front Row Noles

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2018 51:12


1) ACC meetings recap 2) Tim Linafelt interview 3) Stan Jones interview 4) More ACC football talk

Alaska Authors and Themes
Mystery and Suspense Authors Stan Jones and Patricia Watts present The Pitfalls and Triumphs of Co-Writing a Book

Alaska Authors and Themes

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2018 70:48


Alaskan mystery and suspense authors Stan Jones and Patricia Watts discuss their collaboration on The Big Empty, the forthcoming book in the Nathan Active series based in the fictional Inupiat Eskimo village of Chukchi. Their contrasting writing styles, editing views and life experiences in Alaska are also highlighted. Stan Jones is author of Tundra Kill; White Sky, Black Ice; Shaman Pass; Frozen Sun; Village of the Ghost Bears and--with Sharon Bushell--the nonfiction classic, The Spill: Personal Stories from the Exxon Valdez Disaster. Patricia Watts is author of the noir novels Watchdogs and The Frayer, both set in Fairbanks.

DriveTime
Series 1 - Ep 3 - Is Sexual Integrity Even Possible?

DriveTime

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2018 13:16


In the third episode of DriveTime Jason Soucinek and Walt Mueller look at how sexual integrity is possible in today's world. Conversations surrounding sex need to be good, true, and most important, point back to Christ. Sometimes though it is easy to think sexual integrity is just not possible. Especially when we look at the world our youth are living in. Only 44 percent of girls and 47 percent of boys between the ages of 15 and 19 had sexual intercourse at least once from 2011 to 2013. That’s down from 51 percent of girls and 60 percent of boys in 1988. Less than half of U.S. teenagers ages 15 to 19 are having sex, a rate dramatically lower than it was a quarter-century ago. This is good news. Youth are having less sex today then they were several years ago. And it lets us know that sexual integrity is possible! This episode of DriveTime is sponsored by ANCHORED ENTERPRISES. They provide solutions to live a life anchored in health and financial freedom. Be sure to check them out at livelifeanchored.com. FURTHER RESOURCES Resources, links, or other helpful tools from this podcast episode: Suggested Books for Ages 3-5 The Story of Me - By Brenna and Stan Jones, and Joel Spector Authors share the wonderful story of God’s love and the marvelous body he has blessed us with. Using straight talk, age-appropriate language and realistic illustrations. It addresses God’s love and the goodness of all He has made, the nurturing family as God’s context for love, appropriate names for genitila, and the importance of a mother and father. God Made All of Me - By Justin and Lindsey Holcomb God Made All of Me is a simply-told, beautifully-illustrated story to help families talk about these sensitive issues with two- to eight-year-old children. Because the private parts of our bodies are private, the home is the ideal environment where a child should learn about his or her body and how it should be treated by others. God Made All of Me starts from the fundamental truth that God created everything and applies that truth to kids and their bodies. It equips parents to talk with both boys and girls about their bodies and to help them understand the difference between the appropriate and inappropriate touch of others. God Made All of Me allows families to build a first line of defense against sexual abuse in the safety of their own homes. Suggested Books for Ages 6-9 Before I Was Born - By Carolyn Nystrom The authors use straight talk, age-appropriate language and informative illustrations to help children see sex as a special gift from a wonderful God to a husband and wife within the context of a marriage and family relationship. Topics covered include: why God made boys’ and girls’ bodies different, the basic facts about intercourse, presented in the context of marital love and intimacy, conception and fetal development, and childbirth and breastfeeding Where Did I Come From? The Facts of Life without any Nonsense and with Illustrations - By Peter Mayle Now in use for a second generation, this easy to read and very explicit book with its silly but tasteful cartoon images covers the basic facts from love-making, orgasm, conception and growth inside the womb, through to the actual birth day. Gives the names and shows the important parts of the body. Amazing You! Getting Smart about your Private Parts - By Gail Saltz “A first guide to body awareness for preschoolers.” Straight forward without giving more information that most preschoolers would ask for. Good information for parents included. The text includes, “Lots of people have their own special names for their private parts, but it’s a good idea to know what the real names are, too.” Suggested Books for Ages 10-14 What’s the Big Deal? Why God Cares About Sex - By Brenna and Stan Jones This book is designed for parents and children to read through and discuss together. Each chapter introduces an age-appropriate issue and provides “written conversations” between a child and a parent. It is recommended that the child read his or her part and the parent read his or her part. This method provides an excellent way for new and challenging issues to be raised and addressed with a child. Facing the Facts: The Truth About Sex and You - By Brenna and Stan Jones While this book is designed to be read by the child, it is highly important that each chapter/issue be followed with a personal discussion time with a parent. The book provides information to help children understand the changes they will be experiencing as they go through puberty. Issues such as puberty, pregnancy, and God’s design for sex, marriage, love, and dating are just some of the many things tackled. What's Happening to Me? A Guide to Puberty - By Peter Mayle During the past 30 plus years, more than a million preadolescents and adolescents (and their parents) have benefited from the humor and honesty in this straightforward book. A few things are dated, e.g., the age of puberty has decreased, but reading it together continues to be a good way for parents to talk with children. Questions, comments, feedback, suggestions for future episodes? E-mail us at admin@projectsix19.org. Find out more about Project Six19 at projectsix19.org. Find out more about Center for Parent Youth Understanding at cpyu.org

Men's Leadership Network Podcast
The Opioid Crisis and Our Response | Stan Jones

Men's Leadership Network Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 15, 2018 44:05


What We Heard:  A salvation experience as a child and the subsequent call led Stan to pursue what he thought would be a career in ministry, but after a chance encounter with a Metro Police ride-along led he found his calling in law enforcement. After completing his new major, criminal justice, Stan launched his career as a police officer and eventually worked his way to the DEA, where he just celebrated his 20 year work anniversary.   There is an opioid epidemic in our country. Heroine is on the rise nationally and here in middle TN, it is brought into our lives by over-prescribed narcotics. It’s no longer the stereotypical drug dealer we imagined from television shows but doctors, pharmacies, and big businesses engaged in criminal activity prescribing and providing drugs for profit. What It Means: So how do we protect ourselves? Stan’s personal story about managing his own son’s pain level after a sport’s injury gives insight. At one point or another, we may be prescribed an opioid or narcotic for pain management, and in many cases, it takes someone else helping us be conscious of the potential for harm.    “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” An uninformed person, particularly an uninformed parent, is no excuse. Utilizing the resources provided on the DEA website is an immediate win. Much like conversations about teens abusing technology, engaging in underage drinking and sexual activity; parents have a responsibility to know what is out there in the world seeking to destroy our kids. Opioid use is a preventable, diagnosable and treatable disease. We can offer protection but it requires information and education.    Since, we don’t understand is the sheer power of a single microgram of manufactured opioid within a prescribed medication, we should not take these drugs lightly. Professionally, Stan contends that the legalization of marijuana has only lessened the fear-factor associated with drugs, particularly those found in or related to prescriptions. We simply cannot afford to underestimate these drugs. What We Do Next: For those that this crisis has hit personally, it’s a tragic, unfortunate platform that must be leveraged. Stan sees moms who are open and vocal after tragedy. They share their stories to engage the fight for others. It creates levels of prevention and protection. He rarely sees men or fathers who have been impacted by the opioid crisis do the same. Men who have experienced this need to stand up and speak up. In whatever arenas of influence and leadership they have, particularly over young men. We as leaders need to make that investment. Information can lead to transformation, especially when it involves drug prevention. Note of Encouragement and Leadership Application: Stan is able to deal with large scale devastation because of his commitment to Christ and ongoing connection to his local church. Your biggest leadership crisis as a man may be a financial bottom line or a market share. Just because your daily stress-points might not be life or death, does not diminish your need for constant connection to Jesus and His body in this world, the church. Be more committed and more connected. Your First Step to Celebrate Recovery: How God Can Heal Your Life by John Baker, Introduction by Rick Warren The book is a great place to start. Learn more.   Celebrate Recovery is also a faith-based healing program rooted in Christ and committed to scripture. There are opportunities to engage Celebrate Recovery right in Williamson County. There are programs at: Harpeth Christian. Learn more.Church of the City. Learn more.  

Front Row Noles
Front Row Noles Interview - Stan Jones, FSU Basketball

Front Row Noles

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2018 12:33


Tom and Keith are joined by FSU Men's Basketball Assistant Coach Stan Jones to discuss tonight's big match up against North Carolina as well as the Coaching for Literacy program

Front Row Noles
Front Row Noles - 10/25/17

Front Row Noles

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2017 52:24


Tom and Keith discuss James Blackman's psyche, some FSU basketball, Jimbo's fan altercation and potentially rescheduling the ULM game. The guys are also joined by Seminoles.com Insider Tim Linafelt and Seminole assistant men's basketball coach Stan Jones

Alaska Authors and Themes
Mystery Author Stan Jones and Speculative Fiction Authors L. S. Goulet and Sterling Emmal

Alaska Authors and Themes

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2016 73:53


Sterling Emmal is author of the sci-fi fantasy, The Executioner of Rawule and L. S. Goulet is author of the fantasy book Sword of Dragonblood. Tundra Kill Is Stan Jones' latest Nathan Active mystery. His other books include White Sky, Black Ice; Shaman Pass; Frozen Sun; Village of the Ghost Bears and the nonfiction classic, The Spill: Personal Stories from the Exxon Valdez Disaster, coauthored with Sharon Bushell. Three Alaskan authors discuss their books in different genres: Young adult fantasy, mystery and sci-fi horror.

EFCA Theology Podcast
Episode 141: Dr. Stan Jones on Science, Social Science and Sexual Orientation

EFCA Theology Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 6, 2016 60:25


The 2013 EFCA Theology Conference focused on the topic of human sexuality. On this episode of the podcast, we share a helpful, challenging and thought provoking message from that conference by Dr. Stan Jones entitled “Science, Social Science and Sexual Orientation.” Dr. Jones serves as Professor of Psychology and Core Studies at Wheaton College. You can find more from our 2013 EFCA Theology Conference on human sexuality here.

With Good Reason
Jobs for the New Economy

With Good Reason

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2016 52:00


One of the biggest hurdles for ex-convicts re-entering society is finding a job. Marcella Gale teaches ex-convicts and other adult learners in a program that offers industry-specific technical training that’s in high demand. And: The research shows that segregated schools are unequal schools, and yet segregation is still a reality in America.The research shows that segregated schools are unequal schools, and yet segregation is still a reality in America. Genevieve Siegel-Hawley argues that integrating schools is possible, but only if education leaders gets help from the community to change everything from transportation and housing systems to employment. Later in the show: For every ten students who go to community college for an associate’s degree, only one graduates in three years. Stan Jones, president of Complete Colleges America says it’s time to overhaul the community college system. Math professor Randy Cone says that his students are less math-literate today than they were fifteen years ago. He’s looking at new ways to bring students up to speed for college level math.

Larry W. Robinson's Gospel Interviews & Entertainment News Report
Stan Jones tries to save Dr. Bobby Jones, Durward Davis, Martha Buries, #GospelUpdates, Gospel Updates, Gospel News, find more at http://www.gospelupdates.com

Larry W. Robinson's Gospel Interviews & Entertainment News Report

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2015


Stan Jones tries to save Dr. Bobby Jones, Durward Davis, Martha Buries, #GospelUpdates, Gospel Updates, Gospel News, find more at http://www.gospelupdates.com

Memoir
The Spill: Personal Stories from the Exxon Valdez Disaster

Memoir

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 25, 2009 67:14


Twenty years after the Exxon Valdez ran aground on Bligh Reef, sixty-two men and women share personal stories of what they saw, how they reacted, and how they coped with North America's worst tanker oil spill...Reliving their experiences are fishermen, Native villagers, biologists, environmentalists, sociologists, Exxon executives, the governor, mayors, journalists, workers who washed oily rocks even the skipper of the ill-fated ship. The Spill is co-edited by Stan Jones, a founding member of the Prince William Sound Citizen Advisory Board and Sharon Bushel, author of We Alaskans.

KomicsKast
KomicsKast 101 - April 1962, Audio Blog Stuff

KomicsKast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2009 37:31


Congratulations to Jon and Kara Hook on the birth of their son, Coleman Robert Hook - January 9th, 2009. Some more of my favorite podcasts that I forgot to mention in episode 99: Aaron Macom's SciFiDig   Ric Croxton's The Book Cave Todd Dolce's Behind the Lines (Blue Lines)   Scott Cederlund's Wednesday's Haul 10:20 Comics that shipped with a cover date of April 1962 16:13 Brain Boy #1 (Four Color Comics #1330) (Thanks to Stan Jones for loaning me the issue!) 26:22 Three friends have books out, or coming out: Gary Petras' Farrow and Blackstorm, and the upcoming Thorndancer Tom Lammer's Tales of the Atlas Implosion TMD's The Henbanes: Chapter Two

KomicsKast
KomicsKast #97 - December 1961 - Turok, Sea Devils, Superman Annual

KomicsKast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2008 43:02


Since Marvel didn't publish any superhero titles cover dated December 1961, it's given me the chance to take a look at the comics of other publishers from that month. Neither of the books is a superhero book either, not that there weren't some being published, but both Turok Son of Stone 26 and Sea Devils 2 have a bit of Sci Fi, fantasy to them. I also talk a bit about a comic that's very special to me, and why: Superman Annual 3. I want to thank my friend Stan Jones for loaning me the Turok comic.