When races go amazing—and when they go amazingly off the rails. Join Dimity as she gives her National Championship Long Course Aquabike race report, and then fields race reports from coaches Jennifer Harrison (Ironman Wisconsin) and Elizabeth Waterstraat (70.3 World Championships in St. George, Utah). Tune in to hear the trio talk about: —The importance of mentally creating space for your race at the beginning of race week; —Why the size of your age group—or the race itself—does not deserve any "it was only..." qualification; —How Liz mentally moved on after her bike broke during mile 1; —and how Jen is coming to terms with a serious medical scare–and her first DNF in decades of racing—at mile 15 of her Iornman run. This episode is brought to you exclusively by our longtime partner Nuun! Cheers! Get 20% off all Nuun products with code NUUNAMR20 at Nuunlife.com Ready for more Training? Steaming hot episodes served up here. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Three Nebraska volleyball players claimed Big Ten weekly awards Monday, as Madi Kubik was named Big Ten Co-Player of the Week, Nicklin Hames was tabbed Big Ten Setter of the Week and Lexi Rodriguez was recognized as Big Ten Freshman of the Week.
After our week away last week, we have a truly sublime selection this week. There's a real record of the year contender out of left field from Chinese artist Yikii, who blends classical music with post-industrial haunted Chinese nursery rhymes, there's the last recording from Finnish experimental pioneer Pekka Airaksinen, and the latest ace new record on Wrong Speed from Nape Neck drummer Mia La Metta. Elsewhere we have trip hop jazz fusion from Tara Clerkin Trio, the first taste of Warmduscher on Bella Union, percussive experimentation from podcast favourite Ilia Gorovitz and lots more. Tracklisting Ka Baird & Pekka Airaksinen – Syzygy (For Pekka) (RVNG Intl., USA) Ilia Gorovitz – Endless Spiral (Hinterland Recordings, Germany) Deemas J – Drive Faster! (Interrupt & Sagete remix) (Sagete Records, Italy) Marta Del Grandi – Shy Heart (Fire Records, UK) Yikii – Afterimage in Ruin 廢墟残像 (Danse Noir, Switzerland) Mia La Metta – Squashed Oranges (Wrong Speed Records, UK) G36 – Sulfer (Pressure, Belgium) Tara Clerkin Trio – Night Steps (World of Echo, UK) Warmduscher – Wild Flowers (Bella Union, UK) Proc Fiscal – Humancargoe Estt (Hyperdub, UK) Produced and edited by Nick McCorriston
Narcissa is not here to play around! The Trio have a heated argument with Mrs. Malfoy and Draco in Madam Malkin's Robes for All Occasions, much to Madam Malkin's dismay. Harry, Ron, and Hermione then follow Draco and try to find out what he is up to. Also, burning question, do wizards and witches wear clothes under their robes or are they starkers? Join us on another adventure into the Wizarding World! Don't forget to click the 3 dots in the corner and share the episode with your Potterhead friends and family! Check out our website for all of our latest news, merchandise, FAQs, and more! www.swishflickcast.com We have a mailbox! If you ever have the inclination to send us anything please address mail to the following: Swish and Flick Podcast PO Box 690697 Orlando, FL 32869 Our voicemail number is: 330-552-7043 Welcome to Swish and Flick! We post weekly podcasts and vlogs for you that are all about The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. We hope you will subscribe to us and follow us on our adventures! Support the podcast and become part of the pod as a patron and receive exclusive podcast perks such as access to The Felix Files, Swish Swag themed box, stickers, pins, giveaways, live hangouts, & more here: www.patreon.com/swishflickcast You can find us at the handles below: Instagram: @SwishFlickCast Twitter: @SwishFlickCast Facebook: www.facebook.com/swishflickcast Your hosts can be found on: Twitter: @thepetrasfamily @tiffswish_flick Instagram: @thepetrasfamily @ohhhmalley @tiffswish_flick Thank you so much for listening and don't let the muggles get you down...
Tre ragazzi italiani, una passione in comune e il sogno di vivere di musica in Australia, questa è la formula che ha creato il trio Gypsy Cats.
Friday, October 8, 2021: Get daily free sports picks, sports betting tips, and advice from Teddy Covers and The Prez Monday through Friday on WagerTalk Today. On every show, the Dynamic Duo breaks down the biggest games on the board with special guest handicappers, giving out free NFL, college football, MLB, soccer, and UFC picks, and they check in with elite Vegas bookmakers to get legit inside info from real-life sharps.#SportsPicks | #MLBPlayoffs | #NBAOn Friday's edition of WagerTalk Today, Tony Mejia and Rob Veno join Prez and Teddy to discuss this weekend's college football slate. Prop betting specialist Andy Lang stops by to offers his thoughts on the NFL Week 5 prop market.Introduction 00:00What Did Bettors Learn 02:34Rob Veno Previews a Pair of CFB Games 09:39Teddy's NFL Big Game Breakdown 21:01Tony Mejia Talks MLB and Football 23:50Andy Lang Breaks Down a Trio of Prop Plays 33:08Daily Prezidential Address 42:40
The Trill Trio returns where we left off last season describing a dating pool that definitely has pee in it. This time around we are more hopeful for what perspective our thirties will bring, but leave it to Jazmin to choose violence and tell the infamous story of just how real our friendship got one night after we left her hanging. Take a break from the troubles of your life and enjoy a few laughs on me and the girls!Find both ladies on Instagram below:Amber Johnson on Instagram @_ambambJazmin Curney on Instagram @allthtjazzSince Y'all Don't Read is on Instagram at @sinceyalldontreadpodcastCatch up on Mia Shantel's blog at miashantel.comEditing Credit: David Whitty-EnglandMusic Credit: UrbanGodzilla
Discussions in D.C. over the infrastructure framework, budget reconciliation bill and debt ceiling could impact more than just politics. What could it mean for stocks and bond yields?----- Transcript -----Welcome to Thoughts on the Market. I'm Michael Zezas, Head of Public Policy Research and Municipal Strategy for Morgan Stanley. Along with my colleagues, bringing you a variety of perspectives, I'll be talking about the intersection between US public policy and financial markets. It's Wednesday, October 6th at 10:30 a.m. in New York. When we checked in last week, the debate was all about fiscal policy. Would Democrats go small and just focus on passing the bipartisan infrastructure framework, or BIF? Or go big, linking the BIF to the bigger plan to expand the social safety net, environmental spending and the tax base. The difference matters, as a small approach could halt the increase in bond yields we've seen in recent weeks, whereas a big approach could keep them moving higher. In short, it looks like the Democrats are at least going to continue to try and go big, as was our expectation. No votes were taken last week as it became obvious that there wasn't enough support for the small approach, which wouldn't fly with a bloc of progressives in the Democratic party. So, despite moderates' demands for a BIF vote by week's end, Democrats were forced to extend negotiations with a new soft deadline for action of October 31st. That reinforced to us the link between both pieces of legislation. So, in our view, we're still headed toward a multitrillion dollar package being enacted in the fourth quarter, which should boost deficits, medium term growth expectations, and therefore bond yields along with it. But in the meantime, the rise in bond yields could take a break as Washington, D.C. deals with the debt ceiling. The Treasury Department says the ceiling must be raised or suspended by October 18th, less than two weeks from today, or else the U.S. could face default and an economic crisis. Republicans and Democrats continue to be at odds over how to avoid this. Without getting into the weeds on this too much, just know that at this point, neither party is showing an inclination to resolving this in a timely manner. That could create substantial uncertainty and it's one of the reasons that our U.S. equity team continues to expect stock prices could remain volatile in the near term. So stay tuned - DC's influence on markets is sure to be felt through the end of the year. Thanks for listening. If you enjoy the show, please share Thoughts on the Market with a friend or colleague or leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. It helps more people find the show.
A Celtic State of Mind was named as the UK's Best Football Podcast at the prestigious Football Blogging Awards in 2018. In 2020, the podcast was named as a finalist in the Best International Podcast category at the Football Content Awards. In 2021, ACSOM was nominated for a further three FCA awards (Best International Podcast, Best International Club Content, and Best Charitable Campaign).In this latest episode, Kevin Graham is joined by Colin Watt and Brian Degning to discuss where Celtic are with Ange at this point of the season.A Celtic State of Mind has gone from strength-to-strength over the last couple of years, and there are many more guests lined up in the weeks ahead from the world of sport, music, film, art, broadcasting, literature and politics.Connect with A Celtic State of Mind @PaulJohnDykes and @ACSOMPOD and subscribe to the podcast via iTunes or through your podcast player.
Monday, October 4, 2021: Get daily free sports picks, sports betting tips, and advice from Teddy Covers and The Prez Monday through Friday on WagerTalk Today. On every show, the Dynamic Duo breaks down the biggest games on the board with special guest handicappers, giving out free NFL, college football, MLB, soccer, and UFC picks, and they check in with elite Vegas bookmakers to get legit inside info from real-life sharps.#SportsPicks | #MondayNight Football | #MLBPlayoffsOn Monday's edition of WagerTalk Today, Marco D'Angelo and Bryan Leonard join Steve and Teddy to preview tonight's Monday Night Football game between the Chargers and Raiders, before offering an early look toward NFL Week 5 and this week's MLB Playoff action.Introduction 00:00Marco D'Angelo Previews THREE Football Plays 03:25Teddy's Big Game Breakdown 19:45 Bryan Leonard Shares a Trio of Football Plays 22:54
So Squid Game is a must-watch... seriously it's really good! God of War 2018 is IGN's Best Game Ever.......mmm IDK about that. My hero is...what is My Hero doing? The Trio back again talking about all things and everything....thanks for listening! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gasthepodcast/support
Friends of the show, and one of Australia's most electrifying young bands The Buckelys return to our show for the first time since Oct 2020. The three-‐piece band featuring siblings Sarah, Lachlan and Molly Buckley just released a new single, ‘Woodstock69' -- an ode to one of the most monumental moments in music history. The tune perfectly captures the Byron Bay siblings' exquisite song-writing and feel-good foundations. Written by Sarah Buckley, Phil Barton (Nashville's Music Row Breakthrough Songwriter of the Year) and Dave Thomson (co-writer #1 hit ‘Champagne Night' by Lady A, it is yet another building block in a string of hit singles. Join us for a wonderful conversation that includes productivity during lockdown, playing one of Australia's biggest stadiums, dating and an exclusive performance of 'Woodstock69'. For more on The Buckleys, visit: https://www.thebuckleys.net/
It's a party on this week's Catching A Wave! We hear a trio of "party" themed tunes from Annette, The Surfrajettes and Los Straitjackets with The World Famous Pontani Sisters and Kaiser George. We hear #5 and #4 in our Top 5 Countdown of YOUR favorite songs by The Beach Boys. Beth Riley has a deep track from The Beach Boys as well in her Surf's Up: Beth's Beach Boys Break and we drop a coin in the Jammin' James Jukebox to hear our selection of the week (a song you may know by The Monkees but this band did it first). Plus, we've got The Grip Weeds, La Luz, Little Kahuna, Black Flamingos, Supraphonics, Big Mick & The Curl, Southern Culture On The Skids, The B. Christopher Band, Twang Inspectors and The Surf Hermits all joining in on the party! Intro music bed: "Catch A Wave"- The Beach Boys Big Mick & The Curl- "67 Impala" Black Flamingos- "Feathery" Little Kahuna- "Little Kahuna" Twang Inspectors- "Snails On Speed" The Surf Hermits- "Palaver In The Desert" Trio of "Party" themed tunes: Annette- "Muscle Beach Party" The Surfrajettes- "Party Line" Los Straitjackets (with the World Famous Pontani Sisters & Kaiser George)- "Twist Party" Surf's Up: Beth's Beach Boys Break: The Beach Boys- "A Casual Look" Follow "Surf's Up: Beth's Beach Boys Break" HERE The B. Christopher Band- "Pool And A Pond" The Grip Weeds- "After The Sunrise" La Luz- "In The Country" Southern Culture On The Skids- "Run Baby Run" Top 5 countdown of YOUR favorite songs by The Beach Boys: #5 The Beach Boys- "Don't Worry Baby" #4 The Beach Boys- "Surf's Up" Jammin' James Jukebox selection of the week: The Astronauts- "Tomorrow's Gonna Be Another Day" The Supraphonics- "Pedal Pusher" Outro Music Bed: Eddie Angel- "Mustang"
Friday, October 1, 2021: Get daily free sports picks, sports betting tips, and advice from Teddy Covers and The Prez Monday through Friday on WagerTalk Today. On every show, the Dynamic Duo breaks down the biggest games on the board with special guest handicappers, giving out free NFL, college football, MLB, soccer, and UFC picks, and they check in with elite Vegas bookmakers to get legit inside info from real-life sharps.#SportsPicks | #CollegeFootball | #NFLOn Friday's edition of WagerTalk Today: Jimmy Adams, Tony Mejia and Rob Veno join Steve and Teddy to break down this weekend's NFL and college football action from every angle. Featured games include Alabama vs Ole Miss; Maryland vs Iowa; and Philadelphia Eagles vs Kansas City Chiefs.Introduction 00:00What Did Bettors Learn 03:50Rob Veno Breaks Down a Pair of CFB Plays 12:30Teddy Big Game Breakdown 27:00Tony Mejia Talks a Trio of CFB and NFL Picks 33:50
Mason and Daniel... AND EMILY?!? The Trio in this episode talk about the 1981 classic The Shining. They ponder on if Shelley Duvall is a milf, and are haunted by the ghosts of the Overlook. Can they get through the episode without getting axed?! Find out on this weeks episode! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @fright_fm Cover artwork by our good friend Emily Sounds Used: FM Radio Tuning by MrAuralization on Freesound.org Smokey Light by 1tamara2 on Pixabay
Pianist Vijay Iyer, bassist Linda May Han Oh, and drummer Tyshawn Sorey, wear their composer and collaborator hats simultaneously in new music by Vijay Iyer, who reminds us that “the most turbulent music may contain stillness, coolness, even wisdom,” (Uneasy liner notes.) They share the joy in hearing each other together in a room creating something collaboratively based on something put on the page. The members of the trio talk about optimism and hope - in spite of it all, their decades of shared connections, and some of their separate creative projects. Vijay also speaks to his perceived reputation for making art about subjects no one wants to talk about, and believing in the craft of making an album – the shape of it and the journey. Vijay and the trio play music from Vijay Iyer's 2021 record, Uneasy, for the first in-studio since early 2020, in The Greene Space. - Caryn Havlik Set list: “Combat Breathing,” “Children of Flint,” “Uneasy” Watch "Combat Breathing": Watch "Children of Flint": Watch "Uneasy":
Rounding out our trio of Farmington celebs is RJ Brown. The older of the Brown brothers, RJ brings a wealth of knowledge of the early days of rockcrawling and the characters involved. Listen in for some fun with RJ.4:06 – we didn't have any big city problems then7:58 – the start of my motorsports type stuff11:54 – I worked at a junkyard for free on Saturdays to get parts14:17 – my dad was one of the cooler dads19:22 – Harold Off gave us a Jeep to build25:12 – when did you go with nitrous?29:45 – who were the influencers in the early days? 35:49 – that stuff was evolving so fast39:59 – I quit when my kids started doing sports41:54 – we're building an OJ Bronco with my son48:11 – Randy Ellis in Cedar City54:26 – every weekend we were trying to think of a better way to advanceWe want to thank our sponsors Maxxis Tires and 4Low Magazine.www.maxxis.comwww.4lowmagazine.com Be sure to listen on your favorite podcast app.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/BigRich)
Explore three creepy "real-life" accounts of restless spirits who seemingly can't rest in peace until their hidden treasure has been discovered. There are countless tales of people being asked – or scared, rather – into helping unwanted visitors find their treasure so they can rest in peace and, in return, the living can return to living in peace as well. Some are these tales sound like folk tales, while others are taken more seriously, and in some cases cause great distress to those involved. On this episode, author Mark Rees (Ghosts of Wales) he goes on a ghost hunt and examines three such cases involving "white ladies" and more on the Ghosts and Folklore of Wales podcast. What is the Ghosts and Folklore of Wales with Mark Rees podcast? In early 2020, Mark Rees launched the world's first podcast dedicated to Welsh ghost stories, folklore, myths and legends. By combining his unique research and insights from many books and articles with long-lost tales from dusty old tomes, this weird and wonderful podcast takes a fascinating look at the country's countless curious subjects. New episodes are uploaded every Thursday and feature everything from real-life encounters with pesky poltergeists to fantastical beasts from the Mabinogi and the skulled-headed Christmas favourite herself, the Mari Lwyd. Be sure to subscribe, and for more details and to get in touch with Mark Rees, please visit: Mark Rees homepage Mark Rees on social media Books by Mark Rees Ghosts of Wales podcast
WE have been trying to shoot for hour long episodes...we failed again. Trio on topics such as Nintendo Direct, Game reviews, and is 007 a girl actually a bad thing? Tap in! Thanks for the support! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gasthepodcast/support
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Today, in the Hot Notes: the House Oversight Committee released a report showing that three Mar-a-Lago members used their connections to Ivanka and Jared on a plan to sell Veterans' health records; General Milley testified before Congress; Matt Gaetz appears to be prepping for a trial; Stephanie Grisham's mushroom tipline; plus Allison delivers your good news. Dana is traveling. Follow our guest: David Rothkopf https://twitter.com/djrothkopf Follow AG and Dana on Twitter: Dr. Allison Gill https://twitter.com/allisongill Dana Goldberg https://twitter.com/DGComedy Follow Aimee on Instagram: Aimee Carrero (@aimeecarrero) Have some good news, a confession, a correction, or a case for Beans Court? https://www.dailybeanspod.com/confessional/ Want to support the show and get it ad-free and early? https://dailybeans.supercast.tech/ Or https://patreon.com/thedailybeans Promo Codes Tom Boy X is the underwear your body will love. Go to http://TomboyX.com enter code DAILYBEANS to get an extra 20% off. Head over to chilisleep.com/BEANS to learn more and check out a special offer, available exclusively for The Daily Beans listeners -- and only for a limited time! ChiliSleep makes customizable, climate-controlled sleep solutions that help you improve your entire wellbeing. Find out how Upstart can lower your monthly payments today when you go to http://UPSTART.com/DAILYBEANS. Munk Pack: Good food you can count on. Get 20% off your order at https://munkpack.com/ when you enter promo code DAILYBEANS at checkout. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this edition of This Week in Business History, Kelly Barner tells the stories behind three inventors: an indoor plumbing innovator, a straw tinkerer, and the woman who still holds the record for the most patents among black, female inventors. We'll also mark some notable business birthdays and say good-bye to the man who was most definitely a winner at The Game of Life. Additional Links & Resources: Learn more about This Week in Business History: https://supplychainnow.com/program/business-history/ Subscribe to This Week in Business History and other Supply Chain Now programs: https://supplychainnow.com/subscribe This Episode was hosted by Kelly Barner. For additional information, please visit our dedicated show page at: https://supplychainnow.com/trio-inventions-bh-67
As a virtuoso bassist, versatile composer, and acclaimed bandleader, Marc Johnson has been a major innovator on the jazz scene for the past two decades. Born in Nebraska in 1953, Johnson took up bass at the age of 16, having already studied piano and cello. While completing his formal education in the celebrated music program at the University of North Texas, at age19, Johnson began performing professionally with the Fort Worth Symphony. In 1977, he was on the road with the Woody Herman Band. A stop with Herman in New York City marked a major turning point for Johnson, where he was invited to sit in with Bill Evans at the Village Vanguard. In 1978, he joined Evans' trio, remaining with him until the pianist's death two years later. Johnson appears on numerous albums recorded with Evans, including the Grammy-winning We Will Meet Again and released in 1997, a six-CD box set of live recordings, Turn Out the Stars, weaving his distinctively warm tones and melodic lines into the complex harmonies of the Trio. Over the past 20 years, Johnson has performed on more than 100 albums. Many have been with pianists, including Eliane Elias, Lyle Mays, and Enrico Pieranunzi, although Johnson has also recorded with saxophonists Stan Getz, Joe Lovano, and Michael Brecker, drummers Peter Erskine and Paul Motian, and Jack DeJohnette, vibist Gary Burton, and bandoneon master Dino Saluzzi. And many of his most notable recordings have been with guitarists. In addition to his long membership in guitarist John Abercrombie's trio, Johnson formed two guitar-oriented bands that rose to prominence in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Overpass, recorded in January and February 2018 at Nacena Studios, in São Paulo, was produced by Marc Johnson and Eliane Elias. In this episode, Marc shares his background, education, and musical journey. If you enjoyed this episode please make sure to subscribe, follow, rate, and/or review this podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, ect. Connect with us on all social media platforms and at www.improvexchange.com
Antranig Kzirian sits down with Becca Stevens, Ara Dinkjian, Ismail Lumanovski, and Tamer Pinarbaşi to discuss their new collaboration entitled "Becca Stevens and The Secret Trio". 2021 GRAMMY-nominated Becca Stevens was in awe witnessing The Secret Trio's performance at the GroundUP Music Festival a few years ago. The Secret Trio is made up of an oudist, kanunist and clarinetist who came together to create a new type of chamber music, combining the elements of sound, texture and rhythm with new and interesting approaches to their instruments. They perform original pieces and traditional melodies that fuse the microtonal modes and improvisation of the Middle East, dance beats of the Balkans, and elements of jazz, rock, classical and world music. The Secret Trio has played at the most prestigious venues throughout Turkey, including Cemal Reşit Rey Hall. Michael League, Snarky Puppy bandleader and founder of GroundUP Music, wrote most of the songs with Becca for the Becca Stevens & The Secret Trio album along with producing it. The record focuses on blending Becca's effortless vocal talent and exquisite compositions with The Secret Trio's mastered musical traditions. Becca is a highly respected collaborator and has worked with the likes of David Crosby, Jacob Collier, Brad Mehldau, Esperanza Spalding, and more. Topics include: Discussion of the project from the artists' perspective. Dinkjian comments that it's about music and people, and working with such talented individuals makes the music the easy part. Stevens enjoys playing with The Secret Trio (TST) and they all have a great relationship in the collaboration, having met in the studio after learning about each other at a festival in Florida. Dinkjian explains that Michael League flew to Turkey to see a TST concert and then invited TST to perform at the GroundUp music festival in Miami. Stevens was a performer at the same festival, and asked League for the “can't miss” set and League immediately mentioned TST – Stevens was blown away by the group, and her musician colleague Jamie Haddad said “that's your next band”, and League arranged for them to all meet and plan a project to work together. Discussion of the dynamics of bringing different artists in a fusion collaboration together to meld their talents and work to put out new material. Dinkjian explained that the recording was a bit of a different experience and the tunes were being learned in the studio by TST, as Stevens and League had written several tunes – this was a departure for Dinkjian, as he writes, arranges and rehearses, and executes compositions in the studio, whereas this was more of a creative process unfolding in real-time in the studio, and this stretched out his experience on the oud and was an exciting situation and a gift for him to learn from working with Stevens – and Dinkjian's background is in some ways similar and different to the rest of TST's members as is of Armenian descent, but was also born in America. The objective was to make the music bigger with their instruments. Dinkjian notes the significance and example of the album “West meets East” by Yehudi Menuhin and Ravi Shankar, which was one of the first fusion records from back in the mid-1960s. In relation, this new style surfacing with Stevens was something to notice and experience for TST. Lumanovski explains that the album unfolding was quite natural. Melodically simple structures emerged and were easy for the group to incorporate and together they found a common feeling and fit to project in their performance. Lumanovski remarks that Western music has a different feel rhythmically and this was an exposure for the group and it was an essential part of the recording, but concedes that it was a challenge to reach that point. Discussion of “We Were Wrong” and the modal characteristics of the melody with contrasting vocals, and how this juxtaposition is not common in western music. Stevens remarked that League is a bassist and works with Snarky Puppy, and dabbles with other instruments, including the oud. League would send voice memos of ideas, and “We Were Wrong” was one of those ideas. Stevens describes it as pastoral and spacious and that it inspired her as she developed the melodies for that song, and the music video was the result of open requests on social media for clips of dancers from all over the world. Chris McQueen (Snarky Puppy) helped them by editing the video footage which gives the viewer the feel of comprehensively choreographed footage, along with footage overseas from Turkey for more of the “West meets East” vibe. Dinkjian explains that League initiated many ideas on the oud, and for Dinkjian as an oud player he observed League's approach as being quite different from his own, and the experience League provided for him was to broaden his work on the oud. Stevens notes that Charango, which is of Peruvian origin, and Ukelele are used on this track which gave it a mandolin, or harp-like sound toward the end of the track. Dinkjian notes that with Lumanovski and Pinarbasi, TST itself has a decent amount of experience playing western and classical music, and that the real new component of the project was Stevens and League and the specific flavor that they have, and they found their place in their world. Stevens loved the group when she discovered them, but she was especially fascinated with the kanun as she grew up listening to Appalachian folk music and is thus familiar with the hammer dulcimer. When Stevens learned that Pinarbasi plays the kanun differently than most with his fingers, it really stood out. Discussion of “The Eye” and the haunting oud counterpoint of the track. Stevens was inspired to discover and research poets from Armenia, Turkey, and Macedonia, and she found Nikola Madzirov and was drawn to his contemporary feeling. Through Lumanovski's contacts, they were able to locate this poet, who had just dealt with a harrowing case of covid. They were able to meet, and Madzirov was quite helpful and passionate about assisting the project, and was fascinated that Stevens had found an unpublished poem of his to use for a song. Discussion of “California”, which Dinkjian believes is the “least out” of the album's tracks. Paul Curreri wrote “California” and Stevens has been a fan of his and she kept this in mind for the record and League chose this song to be included, and Stevens notes this track is a bit of a “wild card” that stands apart from the other songs But this also led to a marriage of the sound between Stevens and TST, and her role on the guitar ties things together a bit more on this track, and “California” is a bit more folky and than the rest of the record. The album came out on 9/17, and the album release show was 9/13, so the group is in the midst of rehearsals and preparation and they are looking for more opportunities to continue with the project. Dinkjian explains that Stevens has a following in Europe and TST does as well, so they hope to take this throughout the world as an example of music to promote the project. Dinkjian notes that oud players are trained to make the singer as comfortable as possible, so he would bring two ouds to accommodate the vocalist. The group's song “Bring it Back” is featured at the end of the interview.
This Week in Oklahoma Politics, KOSU's Michael Cross talks with Reepublican Political Consultant Neva Hill and Civil Rights Attorney Ryan Kiesel about Governor Stitt's call for the State Auditor to do a comprehensive investigation of the Department of Education, the Cattlemen's Association calling on the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority to put a moratorium on new medical marijuana licenses and Attorney General John O'Connor filing two petitions with the U.S. Supreme Court to reverse last summer's decision on McGirt Versus Oklahoma. The Trio also discusses an interim study on why Oklahoma businesses are failing to fill positions as the unemployment rate is one of the lowest in the nation and now back to pre-pandemic levels and Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum starts a Political Action Committee to support "Pro Tulsa" candidates for city offices. Support this podcast
Wednesday, September 22, 2021: Get daily free sports picks, sports betting tips, and advice from Teddy Covers and The Prez Monday through Friday on WagerTalk Today. On every show, the Dynamic Duo breaks down the biggest games on the board with special guest handicappers, giving out free NFL, college football, MLB, soccer, and UFC picks, and they check in with elite Vegas bookmakers to get legit inside info from real-life sharps.#SportsPicks | #MLB | #NFLOn Wednesday's edition of WagerTalk Today, Steve Merril joins Prez and Teddy to break down the NFL Week 3 slate. SuperBook Sports supervisor Arthur DiCesare stops by for a look behind the betting counter.00:00 Introduction 04:05 What Did Bettors Learn06:20 Steve Merril Breaks Down a Trio of Free Plays24:00 Teddy's Big Game Breakdown27:07 Arthur DiCesare and the Vegas Betting Update46:55 Daily Prezidential Address
Brittany has been talking about them for weeks and they are here: the newly minted junior developers of TextUs. Tune into to listen to Saundra Catalina, Jeff Golden and Luke Mason share why they learned to code, how they chose their programs, how they tackled finding their first role, their thoughts on mentorship and of course, any advice they have for the junior listeners out there. Show Notes & Links: Turing School (https://turing.edu/) Flatiron School (https://flatironschool.com/) Saundra on LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/saundra-catalina/) Jeff on LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/gjeffgolden/) Luke on LinkedIn (https://www.linkedin.com/in/lukejmason/) Sponsored By: Honeybadger (https://www.honeybadger.io/) Honeybadger makes you a DevOps hero by combining error monitoring, uptime monitoring and check-in monitoring into a single, easy to use platform. Go to Honeybadger.io (https://www.honeybadger.io/) and discover how Starr, Josh, and Ben created a 100% bootstrapped monitoring solution. Scout APM (http://scoutapm.com/rubyonrails) Try their error monitoring and APM free for 14-days, no credit card needed! And as an added bonus for Ruby on Rails listeners: Scout will donate $5 to the open-source project of your choice when you deploy. Learn more at http://scoutapm.com/rubyonrails (http://scoutapm.com/rubyonrails).
Tonight, on a STRIKING episode of Renegade Capes, Captain Kaye, Organoid Zero, and the Streamin' Demon discuss the latest Marvel joint: Shang-Chi! #marvel #MCU #RPC #movies --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/renegadepopculture/support
This is very special episode of Let's Talk TRIO. Juan Rivas, host, had the honor of teaching podcasting to a group of students at the University of New Mexico-Gallup's TRIO Upward Bound program. Students learned about podcasting editing techniques, public speaking, and the history of broadcasting. Margelina Bahe, participant of UNM-Gallup's TRIO Upward Bound program, created this podcast pilot titled "Let's Talk Best..." the topic being "top anime characters. If you are not familiar with anime characters, worry not...this episode was created with the intention of becoming familiar with podcasting to, more importantly, to have fun. A HUGE thanks to our sponsors: Angelica Vialpando, Rosario Riley, and StudentAccess (ad within the podcast) Visit our sponsor at: Student Access: https://www.studentaccess.com/ Help keep our podcast going: Become a Patron of the Let's Talk TRIO podcast on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/letstalktrio Let's Talk TRIO Podcast Team Audio Engineer & Music Composer/Production (Intro/Transition/Outro): John Russell Producer & Marketing Manager - Voiceover and Ad: Amelia Castañeda Executive Producer & Host: Juan Rivas #TRIOworks #LetsTalkTRIO #TRIOvoices #TRIOpodcast #TRIOprograms #TRIOupwardbound #TRIOstaff #TRIOprograms
On this episode of Showtime With Coop sponsored by betonline.ag, Michael Cooper and Ari Temkin welcome former LA Laker Byron Scott to discuss how he got to the NBA, the Lakers Celtics rivalry, how he ended up coaching in the NBA, and more. Also in this episode, Coops lightning round. 0:15 Greatest guards of all time. 3:15 Growing up in Los Angeles. 6:00 Ending up at Arizona State., and deciding to go to the NBA. 10:40 Training camp. 13:30 Coop's lightning round. 19:50 Celtics and Lakers rivalry. Who did Byron Scott hate the most? 25:45 What influenced Byron Scott to start coaching? Where was his favorite place to coach? 30:45 Favorite Lakers championship team. 36:00 Thoughts on the Lakers chance at an NBA championship this year. 37:20 Thoughts on the current NBA. Listen and Subscribe to the Showtime Lakers Podcast with Michael Cooper and Ari Temkin on iTunes, Spotify, Stitcher, and the CLNS Media Network mobile app.
We've got an action packed hour of rockin' vintage and modern tunes for you on this week's Catching A Wave! We'll hear a trio of tunes with "California" in the title from Cheap Trick, Dick Dale and Lenny Kravitz. Beth Riley has a cool deep track from The Beach Boys in her Surf's Up: Beth's Beach Boys Break, we board the Catching A Wave Time Machine to hear 3 songs in the top 100 for the week ending October 17th, 1964 and we'll drop a coin in the Jammin' James Jukebox to hear our selection of the week! Plus, we've got killer tunes from Didi Wray (feat. Señor Chancho), Jason Janik, Ramones, Wiped Out, The Hi-Tide Orchestra, The Coguaros, Marvin Etzioni, The Tremolo Beer Gut, Blackball Bandits, The Cudas and Bamboogie Injections! Intro music bed: "Catch A Wave"- The Beach Boys The Hi-Tide Orchestra- "Akaw!" Didi Wray (feat. Señor Chancho)- "One Step Beyond" The Tremolo Beer Gut- "Jive Jimmie Juma" Bamboogie Injections- "Marsfield Engineer" Blackball Bandits- "Down The Poisoned River" Trio of "California" tunes: Dick Dale- "California Sun" Lenny Kravitz- "California" Cheap Trick- "California Girl" Surf's Up: Beth's Beach Boys Break- The Beach Boys- "Island Girl" Follow "Surf's Up: Beth's Beach Boys Break" HERE Wiped Out- "Shark Attack" Marvin Etzioni- "Summer In A Bottle" Jason Janik- "Fire Walker" Catching A Wave Time Machine Week ending October 17th, 1964: #23 Jan & Dean- "Ride The Wild Surf" #13 The Hondells- "Little Honda" #1 Manfred Mann- "Do Wah Diddy Diddy" Jammin' James Jukebox selection of the week: Black Flamingos- "Flamingo Twist" Ramones- "Rockaway Beach" The Coguaros- "Bumble Twist" The Cudas- "My Summer Song" Outro Music Bed: Ramones- "California Sun" (instrumental)