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Building Abundant Success!!© with Sabrina-Marie
Episode 2301: Larry Chance ~ Talks Remember Then & Celebrating NEW Concerts & Music "From The Heart"

Building Abundant Success!!© with Sabrina-Marie

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 28:57


PBS, ABCI LOVE History of Vocals n Music, Rock & Roll/Soul & Today I Get to go Back BEFORE my Time on Earth in the Rock & Soul Chart Dial to an AWESOME vocalist in the Music Era. And with New Music From The Heart & a Single "After You". Larry also as a  New Jazz Album & a Single with Billy Vera.. And He's Got More Music, Concerts & TV Appearances Too.Larry Chance was the driving force behind the group's formation and success. Chance grew up in Philadelphia and attended high school with Chubby Checker, Frankie Avalon, and Danny Rapp of Danny & the Juniors. But it was not until 1957 that he moved with his parents to the Bronx after high school, that his musical career took off.Chance formed a group at the Tecumsa Social Club, known as the Hi-Hatters. The group was Chance, Bob Del Din, Eddie Harder, Larry Palombo and John Wray. Later, in 1961, the Earls lost their original member Larry Palombo in an army skydiving accident. In 1961, Rome released the Earls' first record – "Life is But a Dream" (Rome 101 – 1961)[2] b/w "It's You" (and in the late 1970s released with "Whoever You Are" as the B-side). The group then performed with Murray the K and on Dick Clark's American Bandstand show. They released another record that year, "Looking For My Baby" (Rome 102) b/w "Cross My Heart".In 1962, the group hooked up with Stan Vincent and recorded "Remember Then" for Old Town Records (Old Town 1130) b/w "Let's Waddle".[2] It was a hit, peaking at #24 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1963. Chance co-wrote the group's next single "Never" b/w "I Keep A-Tellin You" (Old Town 1133–1963). The group scored another hit in 1963 on Old Town with "Eyes" b/w "Look My Way" (Old Town 1141). Later, a demo "I Believe" was released (Old Town 1149–1963) b/w "Don't Forget".[2] "I Believe" became a much bigger record from the 1970s onward as it received heavy airplay on NYC oldies radio.Chance later had a brief solo career, recording "Let Them Talk". He returned to the Earls who, at that time, had two new members – Bob Moricco and Ronnie Calabrese. The group started playing their own instruments and, in 1967, recorded "If I Could Do It Over" b/w "Papa" (Mr. G 801 – 1967), and a track for ABC Records, "Its Been a Long Time Coming" b/w "In My Lonely Room" (ABC 11109–1967).The group continued performing into the 1970s and, in 1977, they released a disco version of The Velvets' "Tonight (Could Be the Night)." By 1983, the group's personnel were Chance, Ronnie Calabrese, Colon Rello, Bobby Tribuzio and Tony Obert, and they recorded Larry Chance and the Earls – Today.From 1989-1993, the group consisted of: Larry Chance, Bobby Tribuzzio, Bob Coleman, Art Loria (formerly of The Belmonts) and T.J. Barbella. This roster continued a busy performance schedule and studio works. In 1989, they were on Broadway performing in the original production of A Bronx Tale, a one man play by Chazz Palminteri. They recorded the theme song of the production "Streets of the Bronx", which was slated to appear on the soundtrack of the motion picture A Bronx Tale, however a different version of the song was eventually chosen. Two albums were released: Larry Chance and the Earls (Live!) and Earl Change. Another single released in 1989 was "Elvis:He's Alive", which was warmly received by critics and received a BMI Award of Recognition of a Musical Work. They were nominated as "Best Musical Act" in Atlantic City for their eight week run at The Claridge Hotel, starring with Sal Richards.LarryChanceandtheEarls.com© 2022 Building Abundant Success!!2022 All Rights ReservedJoin Me on ~ iHeart Media @ https://tinyurl.com/iHeartBASSpot Me on Spotify: https://tinyurl.com/yxuy23baAmazon Music ~ https://tinyurl.com/AmzBASAudacy:  https://tinyurl.com/BASAud

Caropop
Glenn Mercer

Caropop

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 73:29


Despite some identifiable influences (Velvets, Modern Lovers, Eno…), the Feelies are a band like no other. Their sound is crisp, their playing precise and explosive, their songs indelible in an often-mysterious way. Glenn Mercer and Bill Million provide the jittery, chiming guitars, while Brenda Sauter delivers melodic bass lines amid the propulsive thunder of Stan Demeski's drums and Dave Weckerman's percussion. Singer-songwriter-lead-guitarist Mercer, who views his voice as just another instrument, takes us through the Feelies' pursuit of its unique vision over 40-plus years, including such brilliant albums as Crazy Rhythms and The Good Earth, that Something Wild appearance, an early shakeup and later breakup, and a triumphant last roundup that will last...how long?

My Life in Concert.com
(EP 26, no.18) John Cale: I Keep A Close Watch, Fryfogle's, London, Ontario, Canada, Monday June 13, 1983

My Life in Concert.com

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 53:58


The Velvet Underground's John Cale comes to Fryfogle's and plays an intense, riveting solo set in June 1983.  It was particularly extraordinary for me that I finally got to see him at this point in time, not only because I was way deep in Velvets-mania in the early 80s — with all the original Velvets albums finally being widely and easily available, arriving alongside “Edie: An American Biography” — but also because I ended up sitting cross-legged on the stage about two feet in front of Cale as he performed.  Indeed, this was the best seat I have ever had at a live show!And I thought I'd had it good during the previous fall when I got to park my elbows on centre stage during a Joe Jackson show (EP 19).Tune in for a disciplined bladder, a set list of my dreams, and being able to see the pores on John Cale's face. Go to mylifeinconcert.com to read the original 2011 blog entry.  Next on Stage --> It's the third and final Police Picnic on August 5, 1983, once again at CNE stadium as well as the 4th and final consecutive summer of attending a huge, open air festival. While the first fest ran overlong but otherwise smoothly, the 1982 edition was the worst concert experience of my lifetime, even if the music was good. As also was the case with 1982, this 1983 excursion came complete with a drug misadventure …. wait, scratch that last bit. What's the opposite of “misadventure”? For this episode, not only will Special Guests aka Phil Robinson be re-joining me to look back on the day, his pal from back in the day, Noelle, also joins us in this episode. The two of them went to festival along with a group of people and reconnect live for the first time since the 80s, and help each other piece together their experiences from that day. So, it's a first for the podcast, with a 3-way interview and reminiscence. Please return next time dear listeners for a euphoric day of great music, accidently taking narcotics, being trapped in a revolving door, smashed porcelain smokers on Queen Street West, and a goodbye to the tea-drinking Police, who were in Synchronicity with the world at that moment. Go to mylifeinconcert.com to read the original 2011 blog entry, (EP 27, no.19) Police Picnic '83 featuring The Police, Peter Tosh, James Brown, King Sunny Adé, Blue Peter, and The Fixx: Walking on the Moon, CNE Stadium, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Friday August 5, 1983.

System of Systems
A Chance Meeting: NWW List (w/ Easy Listening)

System of Systems

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 92:38


In 1978, UK industrial and experimental music pioneers Nurse With Wound, then a collaborative effort between multiple musicians before Steven Stapleton would turn the project into his braintrust some years later, released its debut album Chance Meeting on a Dissecting Table of a Sewing Machine and an Umbrella. That record, the title of which references an excerpt of Comte de Lautréamont's Les Chants de Maldoror, is one of the primary influences on all that which would later be known as industrial, experimental, or noise music from that point on. More important than the album, however, is its liner notes. What has become known as the Nurse With Wound list was printed in the liner notes of the record: a list of over 200 avant-garde and outsider artists and groups that were influential on the development of Nurse with Wound in particular but that also can be used to historicize the avant-garde tendency in music writ large. From ground zero avant-rock like the Velvets to obscure European Jazz like Thrice Mice to pioneers of avant-garde composition like Karlheinz Stockhausen, the NWW list opens the floodgates to a new method of engagement with sound. In this episode, the boys invite Joey from the Easy Listening podcast to journey through the NWW list with all three of them finding three artists from it that appeal to their own sensibilities. OST Joe Potts "Airway" Robert Ashley "Automatic Writing" Chrome "SS Cygni" Le Forte Four "To the Crow" Pere Ubu "Small Was Fast" Horrific Child "Angoisse" The Decayes "Breeding in Captivity" Alvin Lucier "Bird & Person Dyning" Selten Gehorte Musik "Untitled" LINKS: Easy Listening podcast with John Duncan NWW List NWW Brainwashed doc Steven Stapleton interview Bob Nickas on NWW

Live Music Showcase
Roxx Revolt And The Velvets - Rock & Roll

Live Music Showcase

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022


With a modern take on a classic sound, Roxx Revolt And The Velvets perfectly personifies the saying "rock & roll will never die!" Put another dime in the jukebox baby! Fresh of there kill show at the Floridian Social Club, these Florida rockers are here to stay!

BDSM ALIVE RADIO SHOW
08/07/2022 Mistress Blaq Velvets Meeting Place

BDSM ALIVE RADIO SHOW

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 51:09


Join Mistress Blaq Velvet in a discussion about Masturbation and spiritual talk

ON THE LAM WITH MARC FENTON
#34 HEART SONGS/MIX TAPE PART II – BOWIE, R.E.M., RADIOHEAD, DUSTY, VELVETS, WOW!

ON THE LAM WITH MARC FENTON

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2022 85:04


STARMAN - David Bowie BEGIN THE BEGIN - R.E.M. GIVE BACK THE KEY TO MY HEART - Uncle Tupelo IT'S DIFFERENT FOR GIRLS - Joe Jackson REGGAE GOT SOUL - Toots and the Maytals ASK - The Smiths FAKE PLASTIC TREES - Radiohead IF I CAN'T CHANGE YOUR MIND - Sugar YOU DON'T HAVE TO SAY YOU LOVE ME - Dusty Springfield CHICK HABIT - April March BLUE - The Jayhawks DO YOU REALIZE? - The Flaming Lips HERE COMES A REGULAR - The Replacements THE BOY WITH THE ARAB STRAP - Belle and Sebastian WICHITA LINEMAN - Glen Campbell YEAH, YEAH, YEAH, YEAH, YEAH - The Pogues GAMES PEOPLE PLAY - The Spinners DEBASER - Pixies AMERICAN SQUIRM - Nick Lowe CHANGED THE LOCKS - Lucinda Williams TENDER - Blur SWEET JANE - The Velvet Underground B0WIE,

I Love Rock & Roll Podcast
"The Revival is Here" - With Roxx Revolt

I Love Rock & Roll Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 60:05


Roxx Revolt of the great new rock band Roxx Revolt and the Velvets makes her show debut to discuss her love of glam rock, why she thinks it's poised to make a comeback, coming to America to chase her dreams, trying to find a band in the open mic circuit, and why being an opener is an uphill battle.

Quotomania
Quotomania 295: Lou Reed

Quotomania

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 23, 2022 1:47


Subscribe to Quotomania on Simplecast or search for Quotomania on your favorite podcast app!Lou Reed, byname of Lewis Allan Reed, (born March 2, 1942, Brooklyn, New York, U.S.—died October 27, 2013, Southampton, New York), was a singer-songwriter whose place in the rock pantheon rests primarily on his role in guiding the Velvet Underground, a New York City-based quartet that produced four poor-selling but enormously influential studio albums under Reed's direction from 1965 to 1970.After quitting the Velvets, he reemerged as a solo performer in England, where he was adopted by admirers such as glam rock pioneer David Bowie, who produced and performed on Reed's breakthrough hit, “Walk on the Wild Side” (1973), and Mott the Hoople, who covered Reed's Velvets classic “Sweet Jane.” His albums embraced everything from rote pop to heavy metal and included an orchestrated song cycle about a sadomasochistic love affair, Berlin (1973), and a double album of guitar drones, Metal Machine Music (1975), that are among his most notorious works. At the onset of the 1980s, Reed recruited his finest post-Velvets band, including guitarist Robert Quine and bassist Fernando Saunders, and reimmersed himself in raw guitar rock on The Blue Mask (1982), addressing his fears, ghosts, and joys with riveting frankness. No longer bedeviled by his addictions, Reed adopted a more-serious if less-daring tone on his recordings, peaking with three releases that were less concept albums than song cycles: New York (1989), about the spiritual death of his hometown; Songs for Drella (1990), an elegy for his 1960s mentor, Pop art conceptualist Andy Warhol, done in collaboration with former Velvets bandmate John Cale; and Magic and Loss (1991), inspired by the deaths of two friends. A romantic relationship with American performance artist and musician Laurie Anderson rejuvenated him again in the mid-1990s, resulting in the playful Set the Twilight Reeling (1997) and the harder-hitting Ecstasy (2000).In 2000–01 Reed collaborated with director Robert Wilson to bring to the stage POEtry, which was based on the work of Edgar Allan Poe. The songs from the show were also packaged, with spoken-word interludes, on The Raven (2003)—an ambitious if critically panned experiment. It was followed by Animal Serenade(2004), an excellent live recording that echoed Reed's landmark 1974 concert album Rock 'n' Roll Animal. In 2006 Reed celebrated New York City in a book, Lou Reed's New York, which collected his photography. Reed was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of the Velvet Underground in 1996 and as a solo performer in 2015.From https://www.britannica.com/biography/Lou-Reed. Previously on The Quarantine Tapes:“I'll Be Your Mirror”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZudHYTya-dQ“I'll Be Your Mirror Lyrics”: https://genius.com/The-velvet-underground-ill-be-your-mirror-lyrics“Lou Reed, 1942-2013”: https://www.nytimes.com/2013/10/28/arts/music/lou-reed-dies-at-71.html

My Life in Concert.com
(EP 25, no.17) Flipper: Fucked Up Once Again, Fryfogle's, London, Ontario, Canada, Monday May 30, 1983

My Life in Concert.com

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 39:02


Flipper, San Francisco's sludge rock contrarian refuseniks, come to town one month after that  Beat/R.E.M. show from April of 1983.  An evening of debauchery and over-indulgence ensues for myself and crew of people on that night, with Flipper — both as persons and performers — interweaving with us at various points of our night (and their lining up to see Return of the Jedi, too).Tune in for missing persons, dangerous fire escapes, hostile groupies, and massed stimulant consumption. Next On Stage –> June was bustin' out all over when The Velvet Underground's John Cale came to Fryfogle's and played an intense, extraordinary set.  It was particularly extraordinary for me that I finally got to see him at this point in time, not only because I was way deep in Velvets-mania in the early 80s — with all the original Velvets albums finally being widely and easily available — but because I ended up sitting cross-legged on the stage about three feet in front of Cale as he performed. Tune in next time for a disciplined bladder, a set list of my dreams, and being able to see the pores on John Cale's face. Click below to read the original 2011 blog entry. (EP 26, no.18) John Cale: I Keep A Close Watch, Fryfolge's, London, Ontario, Canada, Monday June 13, 1983

All My Favorite Songs
All My Favorite Songs 035 by Frank Zappa - Fraudulent DJ (part 1 of 2)

All My Favorite Songs

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022


Frank Vincent Zappa (December 21, 1940 – December 4, 1993) was an American musician, singer, composer, songwriter and bandleader. His work is characterized by nonconformity, free-form improvisation, sound experiments, musical virtuosity and satire of American culture. In a career spanning more than 30 years, Zappa composed rock, pop, jazz, jazz fusion, orchestral and musique concrète works, and produced almost all of the 60-plus albums that he released with his band the Mothers of Invention and as a solo artist. Zappa also directed feature-length films and music videos, and designed album covers. He is considered one of the most innovative and stylistically diverse musicians of his generation. On a number of occasions Zappa appeared in radio show slots, airing and generally discussing his favored music, or occasionally guesting on a 'club turntable', describing himself as a 'Fraudulent DJ'. In this episode, part one of a series of two, all the tracks in chronological order as selected by Zappa (with exception of most of his own tracks) for all his DJ appearances that have been documented, and that took place between 1968 and 1984. Lineup: Frank Zappa, The Mothers Of Invention, Ewan MacColl, The Hollywood Persuaders, Pierre Boulez, Hilary Summers, Ensemble Intercontemporain, The Dreamlovers, The Penguins, Charles Mingus, Frankie Lee Sims, Vernon Green & The Medallions, Richard Berry & The Dreamers, The Paragons, Big Moose, The Turbans, Johnny Guitar Watson, The Spaniels, J.B. Lenoir, Vernon Green, The Medallions, Bill Haley & His Comets, The Chips, The Velvets, Richard Berry & The Pharaohs, Johnny 'Guitar' Watson, The Feathers, Don & Dewey, The Jewels, The Cufflinks, Johnny Ace, Wilbur Whitfield & The Pleasers, Hank Ballard & The Midnighters, Jackie & The Starlites, The Cellos, The Rolling Crew, Screamin' Jay Hawkins, Paul Robeson, Huey 'Piano' Smith, Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown, The Six Teens, The Laurie Sisters, Lloyd Terrell, Ruben And The Jets, The Hawks, The Olympics, Andre Williams, The Gaylarks, Little Sunny Day and the Clouds, The Clovers, The Harptones, Baby Ray And The Ferns, Muddy Waters, The Shaggs, Richard Berry, The Robins, Bob Landers, Willie Joe, Tony Allen, Peppermint Harris, The El Dorados, The 5 Campbells, Elmore James, The Moonlighters, Don Julian, The Larks, Lloyd Price, The Solitaires, Black Oak Arkansas, Edgard Varèse, Frederic Waldman, NY Wind Ensemble, Olivier Messiaen, BBC Symphony OrchestraAntal Dorati, Antal Doráti, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Anton Webern, Nürnberg Symphony Orchestra, Othmar Maga

Discograffiti
33. Velvet Underground, Part 2: 1969-1973 with Anthony Fantano

Discograffiti

Play Episode Listen Later May 30, 2022 52:57 Very Popular


The Needle Drop's Anthony Fantano returns to chat with Joe and Dave about the second half of the discography of art-rock legends The Velvet Underground. In this episode the "couch album" and Loaded are discussed in detail, and even the barely-Velvets album Squeeze gets spray-canned. - Official playlist curated by Joe and Dave on Spotify. - Rare clip of "Beginning To See The Light" live in 1969 - Pale Blue Eyes from the 1993 reunion tour --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/discograffiti/message

Discograffiti
32. Velvet Underground, Part 1: 1967-1968 with Anthony Fantano

Discograffiti

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 62:57 Very Popular


Joe and Dave welcome The Needle Drop's Anthony Fantano to the show for a dream-come-true deep-dive discussion about The Velvet Underground. Part One of our 2-Parter trains the spotlight down on the Velvets' first two albums as Joe, Dave, and Anthony give up the goods on every track off the debut and ‘White Light/White Heat.' - Official playlist curated by Joe and Dave on Spotify. - The Velvet Underground being beautiful weirdos at Andy Warhol's factory, 1966 - Andy Warhol's Exploding Plastic Inevitable with The Velvet Underground - Audio is a little murky but great performance of "Run Run Run" from their heyday in 1967 - Lou speaks eloquently about Andy Warhol and the Velvets' debut album in this 1984 interview --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/discograffiti/message

EL GUATEQUE
EL GUATEQUE T08C057 Preparar el camino al Señor (20/04/2022)

EL GUATEQUE

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 52:54


Protagonistas: France Gall, Shirley Ellis. Massiel, Them, Los Salvajes, Silvana Velasco, The Velvets, Conexion, Tony Ronald, Los Teen Boys, Marisol, Los Gritos, Los Brincos, Los Ángeles

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Imbalanced History Of Rock And Roll: Lou & The Velvets REDUX

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 53:30


Punk Rock Month '22 continues with a re-release of one of our best episodes of the last year, Lou & The Velvets! Follow the story of Lou Reed and how his intersection with the rest of The Velvet Underground changed Rock History! Learn how Syracuse University is part of the story of how it all happened!This classic episode was originally presented in July '21 as part of Listener Episode Month, and suggested by Frank McKenzie from the UK! (If you'd like to be part of this year's Listener Episode Month, hit us here via our web site or email us with your idea at: imbalancedhistory@gmail.com)PRM '22 wraps up April with a new episode all about The Sex Pistols!!!Find all of our episodes (and more) here: https://imbalancedhistory.com/

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Imbalanced History Of Rock And Roll: Lou & The Velvets REDUX

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 55:00


Punk Rock Month '22 continues with a re-release of one of our best episodes of the last year, Lou & The Velvets! Follow the story of Lou Reed and how his intersection with the rest of The Velvet Underground changed Rock History! Learn how Syracuse University is part of the story of how it all happened! This classic episode was originally presented in July '21 as part of Listener Episode Month, and suggested by Frank McKenzie from the UK! (If you'd like to be part of this year's Listener Episode Month, hit us here via our web site or email us with your idea at: imbalancedhistory@gmail.com) PRM '22 wraps up April with a new episode all about The Sex Pistols!!! Find all of our episodes (and more) here: https://imbalancedhistory.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Imbalanced History of Rock and Roll
Lou & The Velvets REDUX

The Imbalanced History of Rock and Roll

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 55:15


Punk Rock Month '22 continues with a re-release of one of our best episodes of the last year, Lou & The Velvets! Follow the story of Lou Reed and how his intersection with the rest of The Velvet Underground changed Rock History! Learn how Syracuse University is part of the story of how it all happened! This classic episode was originally presented in July '21 as part of Listener Episode Month, and suggested by Frank McKenzie from the UK! (If you'd like to be part of this year's Listener Episode Month, hit us here via our web site or email us with your idea at: imbalancedhistory@gmail.com) PRM '22 wraps up April with a new episode all about The Sex Pistols!!! Find all of our episodes (and more) here: https://imbalancedhistory.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Imbalanced History of Rock and Roll
Lou & The Velvets REDUX

The Imbalanced History of Rock and Roll

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2022 53:30


Punk Rock Month '22 continues with a re-release of one of our best episodes of the last year, Lou & The Velvets! Follow the story of Lou Reed and how his intersection with the rest of The Velvet Underground changed Rock History! Learn how Syracuse University is part of the story of how it all happened!This classic episode was originally presented in July '21 as part of Listener Episode Month, and suggested by Frank McKenzie from the UK! (If you'd like to be part of this year's Listener Episode Month, hit us here via our web site or email us with your idea at: imbalancedhistory@gmail.com)PRM '22 wraps up April with a new episode all about The Sex Pistols!!!Find all of our episodes (and more) here: https://imbalancedhistory.com/

In The Past: Garage Rock Podcast
Single File: The Chentelles

In The Past: Garage Rock Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2022 91:17


Wherein we study both sides of The Chentelles' sole 1967 release, "Time/Be My Queen." How did these Michigan teens make a rekkid with such staying power? "Time" (2:47) is an organ slow-burn that could almost fit on a late-period Velvets bootleg. And we set up the Barb Overhiser/Dale Atkins drum feud - which is possibly the most under-reported band lineup drama of all time! The B-side is the famous "Be My Queen" (45:49). Hepcats know this rockabillly-tinged rager from "Back from the Grave," and it still sounds great. Every line delivered by Bill Dalton is a Royalette! A vocal swagger that is sui generis. There is FUZZ! "Wipeout"-style drums!! Freakout organ!!! And one of the greatest screams in garage rock history. You've been waiting for this one - you had it coming!!

The Imbalanced History of Rock and Roll
X: L.A. Punk Pioneers

The Imbalanced History of Rock and Roll

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 49:13 Very Popular


Get set to slam! For the next few weeks, there's an extra dose of sneer in here! It's Punk Rock Month #2! Before L.A. Punk became synonymous with Skaters and Hardcore, someone had to established a beach head in the land of sun, Zen and beaches! This week's new episode, as part of Punk Rock Month '22, tells the story of the band, X - how they came together, forged their own path, and set the bar, before influencing countless other bands over the decades. Next week: It's a re-release of Lou & The Velvets originally presented in July '21 as part of Listener Episode Month, and suggested by Frank McKenzie from UK! If you'd like to be part of this year's Listener Episode Month, hit us here via our web site or email us with your idea at: imbalancedhistory@gmail.com PRM '22 wraps up with a fanf**kingtastic, new episode about The Sex Pistols!!! Find all of our episodes (and more) here: https://imbalancedhistory.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Imbalanced History Of Rock And Roll: X: L.A. Punk Pioneers

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2022 48:58


Get set to slam! For the next few weeks, there's an extra dose of sneer in here! It's Punk Rock Month #2! Before L.A. Punk became synonymous with Skaters and Hardcore, someone had to established a beach head in the land of sun, Zen and beaches! This week's new episode, as part of Punk Rock Month '22, tells the story of the band, X - how they came together, forged their own path, and set the bar, before influencing countless other bands over the decades. Next week: It's a re-release of Lou & The Velvets originally presented in July '21 as part of Listener Episode Month, and suggested by Frank McKenzie from UK! If you'd like to be part of this year's Listener Episode Month, hit us here via our web site or email us with your idea at: imbalancedhistory@gmail.com PRM '22 wraps up with a fanf**kingtastic, new episode about The Sex Pistols!!! Find all of our episodes (and more) here: https://imbalancedhistory.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Imbalanced History of Rock and Roll
CBGB: Birthplace Of Punk REDUX!

The Imbalanced History of Rock and Roll

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 49:28 Very Popular


Get set to slam! For the next few weeks, there's an extra dose of sneer in here! It's Punk Rock Month #2! This week we re-present a fave classic episode that's also kind of recent, CBGB: Birthplace Of Punk! The story of Hilly and the club that spawned Punk in the U.S., and created a scene, is fun, and kind of sad in places. But mainly, it's about the music, live and raw, presented in The Bowery nightly... The rest of PRM '22 (#PRM22) shakes out this way: Next week: A fresh, new episode dedicated to L.A.'s Punk scene founders, X! Then it's a re-release of Lou & The Velvets originally presented in July '21 as part of Listener Episode Month, and suggested by Frank McKenzie from UK! If you'd like to be part of this year's Listener Episode Month, hit us here via our web site or email us with your idea at: imbalancedhistory@gmail.com PRM '22 wraps up with a fanf**kingtastic, new episode about The Sex Pistols!!! Find all of our episodes (and more) here: https://imbalancedhistory.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Imbalanced History Of Rock And Roll: CBGB: Birthplace Of Punk REDUX!

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 4, 2022 49:13


Get set to slam! For the next few weeks, there's an extra dose of sneer in here! It's Punk Rock Month #2! This week we re-present a fave classic episode that's also kind of recent, CBGB: Birthplace Of Punk! The story of Hilly and the club that spawned Punk in the U.S., and created a scene, is fun, and kind of sad in places. But mainly, it's about the music, live and raw, presented in The Bowery nightly... The rest of PRM '22 (#PRM22) shakes out this way: Next week: A fresh, new episode dedicated to L.A.'s Punk scene founders, X! Then it's a re-release of Lou & The Velvets originally presented in July '21 as part of Listener Episode Month, and suggested by Frank McKenzie from UK! If you'd like to be part of this year's Listener Episode Month, hit us here via our web site or email us with your idea at: imbalancedhistory@gmail.com PRM '22 wraps up with a fanf**kingtastic, new episode about The Sex Pistols!!! Find all of our episodes (and more) here: https://imbalancedhistory.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Auf Trab
Centered Jumping: Springen nach der Centered Riding-Methode

Auf Trab

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2022 24:14


Centered Riding-Instruktorin Rosi Schreiber-Jetzinger bietet Centered Jumping-Kurse an. Das hört sich nicht nur vielversprechend an. Es ist vielleicht meine und Velvets letzte Chance einmal über ein Hindernis elegant drüber zu springen, statt im Besten Fall alle Stangen abzuräumen oder wie meistens vor dem Hindernis abzubremsen. Wichtig ist es ausbalanciert übers Hindernis zu springen, den Blick nicht auf das Hindernis, sondern hinter das Hindernis richten und vor allem nicht die Luft anzuhalten und auch das Pferd dazu bringen, das es in der Luft atmet und beim Landen wieder ausatmet. Wichtig sind, wie stets beim Reiten nach der Centered Riding-Pädagogik. Übrigens alles bis zu 90 cm ist kein Sprung sondern eine veränderte Körperhaltung, das Pferd braucht keine Sprungkraft. Wichtig ist, nicht auf Druck, sondern im Rhythmus hinzureiten. Das Pferd soll Zeit haben, sich den Sprung anzuschauen. Es ist oftmals auch anfangs einfacher, das Hindernis in Trab, statt im Galopp zu nehmen. Bevor man aber ihren Kurs in Centered Jumping zu Ostern in Bierbaum besucht, empfiehlt Rosi vorerst einen Basis-Kurs in Centered Riding zu absolvieren, um die Idee und Pädagogik dahinter besser umsetzen zu können. Mehr Info zu ihren Kursen auf www.pferdeerlebnis.at. Liebe Hypomaniacs bleibt auf Trab, bis zum nächsten Samstag! Musik- und Soundrechte: https://auftrab.eu/index.php/musik-und-soundrechte/ #Pferde #RoswithaSchreiber #CenteredRiding #Springstunde #reiten #Hindernisse #Pferdesport #JuliaKistner #Welshcobs #Lektionen #Tiere #Blick #sanfte Augen #Reitstunde #Abstände #Jumping #Sprungkraft #Galopp #Trab #Rhythmus #ausbalanciert

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Rock's Backpages Ep.120: Kate Mossman on Joni Mitchell + Lou Reed + Morrissey & Marr

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2022 93:22


In this episode we welcome the excellent Kate Mossman to our state-of-the-art recording suite and ask her about her writing career and musical passions. She talks about working with Mark Ellen at The Word and about her current employer the New Statesman, and Jasper quotes from a recent Statesman piece she wrote about her secret passion for jazz fusion. Kate's interview with "mean old daddy" Cary Raditz affords her the chance to talk about her beloved Joni Mitchell and the classic Blue song Raditz inspired. Joni's request to follow Neil Young's lead and have Blue and other albums removed from Spotify prompts discussion of the streaming platform's headaches in the wake of Joe Rogan's COVID disinformation. Another of Kate's Statesman pieces, about Lou Reed, gives her and co-hosts Mark & Barney the perfect excuse to riff on Reed's notoriously sadistic treatment of British interviewers — and the cue for Mark to talk about Martin Aston's 1989 audio interview with the ex-Velvets man. From there we turn to Lou's fellow contrarian Morrissey and the "severed alliance" between him and former Smiths bandmate Johnny Marr. With the latter releasing a new album this month, Kate and the RBP crew reflect on the very different personalities (and values) of the two Mancunians. After noting the passing of folk matriarch Norma Waterson, Mark references recently-added library pieces about Sam Cooke, Todd Rundgren and the late Janice Long. Jasper then finishes things off with observations on pieces about Glass Animals and Adele. Many thanks to special guest Kate Mossman; find her writing in the New Statesman and on RBP. Pieces discussed: Jazz fusion, Carey Raditz, Lou Reed, Lou Reed audio, Johnny Marr, the Smiths, Morrissey, Norma Waterson, Sam Cooke, Scott Walker, Steve Paul, Nona Hendryx, Vicki Wickham, Black Sabbath, Todd Rundgren, Janice Long, Laura Barton's heckler's guide, Glass Animals and Adele. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Rock's Backpages Ep.120: Kate Mossman on Joni Mitchell + Lou Reed + Morrissey & Marr

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2022 91:52


In this episode we welcome the excellent Kate Mossman to our state-of-the-art recording suite and ask her about her writing career and musical passions. She talks about working with Mark Ellen at The Word and about her current employer the New Statesman, and Jasper quotes from a recent Statesman piece she wrote about her secret passion for jazz fusion.Kate's interview with "mean old daddy" Cary Raditz affords her the chance to talk about her beloved Joni Mitchell and the classic Blue song Raditz inspired. Joni's request to follow Neil Young's lead and have Blue and other albums removed from Spotify prompts discussion of the streaming platform's headaches in the wake of Joe Rogan's COVID disinformation.Another of Kate's Statesman pieces, about Lou Reed, gives her and co-hosts Mark & Barney the perfect excuse to riff on Reed's notoriously sadistic treatment of British interviewers — and the cue for Mark to talk about Martin Aston's 1989 audio interview with the ex-Velvets man. From there we turn to Lou's fellow contrarian Morrissey and the "severed alliance" between him and former Smiths bandmate Johnny Marr. With the latter releasing a new album this month, Kate and the RBP crew reflect on the very different personalities (and values) of the two Mancunians.After noting the passing of folk matriarch Norma Waterson, Mark references recently-added library pieces about Sam Cooke, Todd Rundgren and the late Janice Long. Jasper then finishes things off with observations on pieces about Glass Animals and Adele.Many thanks to special guest Kate Mossman; find her writing in the New Statesman and on RBP.Pieces discussed: Jazz fusion, Carey Raditz, Lou Reed, Lou Reed audio, Johnny Marr, the Smiths, Morrissey, Norma Waterson, Sam Cooke, Scott Walker, Steve Paul, Nona Hendryx, Vicki Wickham, Black Sabbath, Todd Rundgren, Janice Long, Laura Barton's heckler's guide, Glass Animals and Adele.

Gimme Danger Radio
The 60's Proto-Punk Episode!

Gimme Danger Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 8, 2022 77:40


A week ago I made a post on my personal Facebook page asking what should the next episode of the podcast focus on, and my good buddy Kris Forward suggested 60's Proto-Punk. Now, I know very little about this "genre" except for it's major players, The Stooges, MC5, The Velvets, etc., so I thought it would be fun to put something together and learn a little more. So here we are. 22 songs that I think are a pretty damn good representation of what one would call Proto-Punk. I hope you enjoy it. Don't forget to tell your friends or anyone you know that loves music to check out the podcast, subscribe to it, and give it a rating it would really help out! Track list: 1. MC5 - "Ramblin' Rose" 2. The Sonics - "The Witch" 3. The Monks - "I Hate You" 4. The Strangeloves - "Night Time" 5. Them - "Mystic Eyes" 6. The Stooges - "Not Right" 7. The Deejays - "Black Eyed Woman" 8. 13th Floor Elevators - "You're Gonna Miss Me" 9. The Velvet Underground - "I'm Waiting For the Man" 10. The Music Machine - "Double Yellow Line" 11. The Seeds - "Pushin' To Hard" 12. The Rationals - "I Need You" 13. The Lyrics - "So What!!" 14. Love - "7 & 7 Is.." 15. The Castaways - "Liar, Liar" 16. The Blue Rondos - "Baby I Go For You" 17. The Kingpins - "Diamond Girl" 18. The E-Types - "Put the Clock Back On the Wall" 19. The Creation - "Making Time" 20. The Vagrants - "Respect" 21. The Standells - "Dirty Water" 22. ???????????

Rock's Backpages
E120: Kate Mossman on Joni Mitchell + Lou Reed + Morrissey & Marr

Rock's Backpages

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 7, 2022 91:52


In this episode we welcome the excellent Kate Mossman to our state-of-the-art recording suite and ask her about her writing career and musical passions. She talks about working with Mark Ellen at The Word and about her current employer the New Statesman, and Jasper quotes from a recent Statesman piece she wrote about her secret passion for jazz fusion.Kate's interview with "mean old daddy" Cary Raditz affords her the chance to talk about her beloved Joni Mitchell and the classic Blue song Raditz inspired. Joni's request to follow Neil Young's lead and have Blue and other albums removed from Spotify prompts discussion of the streaming platform's headaches in the wake of Joe Rogan's COVID disinformation.Another of Kate's Statesman pieces, about Lou Reed, gives her and co-hosts Mark & Barney the perfect excuse to riff on Reed's notoriously sadistic treatment of British interviewers — and the cue for Mark to talk about Martin Aston's 1989 audio interview with the ex-Velvets man. From there we turn to Lou's fellow contrarian Morrissey and the "severed alliance" between him and former Smiths bandmate Johnny Marr. With the latter releasing a new album this month, Kate and the RBP crew reflect on the very different personalities (and values) of the two Mancunians.After noting the passing of folk matriarch Norma Waterson, Mark references recently-added library pieces about Sam Cooke, Todd Rundgren and the late Janice Long. Jasper then finishes things off with observations on pieces about Glass Animals and Adele.Many thanks to special guest Kate Mossman; find her writing in the New Statesman and on RBP.Pieces discussed: Jazz fusion, Carey Raditz, Lou Reed, Lou Reed audio, Johnny Marr, the Smiths, Morrissey, Norma Waterson, Sam Cooke, Scott Walker, Steve Paul, Nona Hendryx, Vicki Wickham, Black Sabbath, Todd Rundgren, Janice Long, Laura Barton's heckler's guide, Glass Animals and Adele.

Rock's Backpages
E120: Kate Mossman on Joni Mitchell + Lou Reed + Morrissey & Marr

Rock's Backpages

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 7, 2022 92:22


In this episode we welcome the excellent Kate Mossman to our state-of-the-art recording suite and ask her about her writing career and musical passions. She talks about working with Mark Ellen at The Word and about her current employer the New Statesman, and Jasper quotes from a recent Statesman piece she wrote about her secret passion for jazz fusion. Kate's interview with "mean old daddy" Cary Raditz affords her the chance to talk about her beloved Joni Mitchell and the classic Blue song Raditz inspired. Joni's request to follow Neil Young's lead and have Blue and other albums removed from Spotify prompts discussion of the streaming platform's headaches in the wake of Joe Rogan's COVID disinformation. Another of Kate's Statesman pieces, about Lou Reed, gives her and co-hosts Mark & Barney the perfect excuse to riff on Reed's notoriously sadistic treatment of British interviewers — and the cue for Mark to talk about Martin Aston's 1989 audio interview with the ex-Velvets man. From there we turn to Lou's fellow contrarian Morrissey and the "severed alliance" between him and former Smiths bandmate Johnny Marr. With the latter releasing a new album this month, Kate and the RBP crew reflect on the very different personalities (and values) of the two Mancunians. After noting the passing of folk matriarch Norma Waterson, Mark references recently-added library pieces about Sam Cooke, Todd Rundgren and the late Janice Long. Jasper then finishes things off with observations on pieces about Glass Animals and Adele. Many thanks to special guest Kate Mossman; find her writing in the New Statesman and on RBP. Pieces discussed: Jazz fusion, Carey Raditz, Lou Reed, Lou Reed audio, Johnny Marr, the Smiths, Morrissey, Norma Waterson, Sam Cooke, Scott Walker, Steve Paul, Nona Hendryx, Vicki Wickham, Black Sabbath, Todd Rundgren, Janice Long, Laura Barton's heckler's guide, Glass Animals and Adele.

Huntsman Hill:  A Music Retrospective
EP167: "The Velvet Underground & Nico"

Huntsman Hill: A Music Retrospective

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 133:11


Brian Eno once said that while The Velvet Underground & Nico only sold around 30k copies upon its release, each of the 30k people that purchased it started their own band.  The proof lies in the straight line that you can draw from the band to artists as disparate as Bowie and the New York Dolls to Sonic Youth and REM.   It's with that that in mind that the following artists are name dropped during this episodes conversation about the Velvets classic debut:   Ramones, Black Flag, The Stooges, Fela Kuti, Uriah Heap, Hawkwind, Pentagram, EYEHATEGOD, Sniper, Pogues, Stiff Little Fingers, VoiVod, Bob Dylan, The Beatles, Love, The Doors, The Jimi Experience, Pink Floyd,  The Clash, Sex Pistols, The Damned, Buzzcocks, MC5. Roxy Music, Mercyful Fate, 101ers, Rancid, Descendents, At The Gates, Frank Zappa and the Mother's of Invention, X, Bjork, Alice in Chains, Nirvana, Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath and Captain Beefheart.    huntsmanhill.com #huntsmanhill Spotify Playlist:  https://open.spotify.com/user/1298220429/playlist/4gy1wWwypkoFS2lUztvZ44?si=waSq07DBQlq3x9G1_nK0pg

Sup Doc: A Documentary Podcast
183 - THE VELVET UNDERGROUND w Daniel Gill

Sup Doc: A Documentary Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 85:48


We deep dive into Todd Haynes' Velvet Underground documentary (2021) on AppleTV. Haynes talks to the surviving members of the band and a lot of New York art world and the Warhol Factory scene about this legendary group that blended drone, multimedia, and doo-wop. The first-person accounts are great and you get steeped in the heady New York days of yore.Our guest is music publicist and Velvets fan Daniel Gill, who runs Force Field PR. George makes an argument for the TCCU (Tony Conrad Cinematic Universe) and Daniel plays a very thorough Cast This Doc. No Jonathan Richman impressions were maimed.Daniel Gill runs the PR and management firm Force Field out of the Highland Park neighborhood of Los Angeles. Force Field is best known for launching the careers of many of your present day brunch playlist favorites, such as Sufjan Stevens, St. Vincent, Beach House, Toro Y Moi, Real Estate, Neon Indian, Tennis, Lord Huron, Panda Bear, Woods, Kevin Morby, and many more. They've also handled PR for a slew of music documentaries including Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me, ZAPPA, Once Were Brothers, Crock of Gold, Danny Says, Other Music, etc. Gill is also serving as the producer on the newly launched music podcast Discograffiti.Follow Daniel on:Twitter: @forcefieldprFollow us on:Twitter: @supdocpodcastInstagram: @supdocpodcastFacebook: @supdocpodcastsign up for our mailing listAnd you can show your support to Sup Doc by donating on Patreon.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

I wanna jump like Dee Dee
S5 E4: A. Savage

I wanna jump like Dee Dee

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 50:01


Parquet Courts are a band who has experimented and brought individual influences into their sound.  With their latest and 8th studio album, Sympathy for Life, they have pushed the boundaries yet again to create another wonderful record. Sonically the Parquet Courts totally squared with my music evolution: from the melody and nihilism of Velvets and Ramones, through to post-punk of The Fall and Raincoats and the discordant no wave of Sonic Youth.  But they threw it forward to the present day. Emotionally, it resonated with the nervousness, paranoia, nonchalance, panic and urgency that I often felt as I was growing up. They were a band that I could relate to and they sounded like music fans.  It was an honour to spend some time chatting to A. Savage, singer and songwriter for the band and also an instinctive artist in his own right as well as being responsible for most of Parquet Courts' artwork and other visuals.I Wanna Jump Like Dee Dee is a music podcast that does music interviews differently. I'm Giles Sibbald and I'm talking to extraordinary musicians, DJ's and producers about how they use an experimental mindset in their lives to amplify their own creativity, pursue new challenges, overcome fears and bounce back from mistakes.- brought to you by Hey Sunday, the mothership of the experimental mindset™.- podcast logo and art by Tide Adesanya, Coppie and Paste 

One of Us
Screener Squad: The Velvet Underground

One of Us

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 23:29


THE VELVET UNDERGROUND MOVIE REVIEW From director Todd Haynes (“Velvet Goldmine”, “I'm Not There”) comes “The Velvet Underground”, a lovingly crafted documentary about one of the most influential bands in the history of rock and roll. Blending pop with the avant-garde, and embracing taboo subject matter, the Velvets were never destined for mainstream success. Nevertheless,… Read More »Screener Squad: The Velvet Underground

Highly Suspect Reviews
Screener Squad: The Velvet Underground

Highly Suspect Reviews

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 23:29


THE VELVET UNDERGROUND MOVIE REVIEW From director Todd Haynes (“Velvet Goldmine”, “I'm Not There”) comes “The Velvet Underground”, a lovingly crafted documentary about one of the most influential bands in the history of rock and roll. Blending pop with the avant-garde, and embracing taboo subject matter, the Velvets were never destined for mainstream success. Nevertheless,… Read More »Screener Squad: The Velvet Underground

The Empire Film Podcast
#486 — Jamie Lee Curtis, Jim Cummings, Todd Haynes

The Empire Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 160:22


Yes, folks, we know that this week's Empire Podcast is a long 'un, but in fairness it's still three minutes shorter than No Time To Die, and is so packed with podcast goodness that we barely know where to begin. On the interview front, there are cracking conversations as Chris Hewitt sits down with the legendary Jamie Lee Curtis to talk about returning as Laurie Strode in Halloween Kills. You may be surprised to hear that this one gets pretty serious, and pretty emotional. Which is not the case with Chris' interview with Todd Haynes, the wonderful director of new documentary, The Velvet Underground. He talks to Chris about doing the Velvets justice, becoming friends with John Cale, his musical prowess, and his attraction to making films with 'velvet' in the title. But we're especially stoked this week to be joined in the podbooth, for the first time since this infernal pandemic started, by an actual guest. Jim Cummings, the star/co-writer and co-director of The Beta Test (and one of the stars of Halloween Kills) swings by for the first hour, answers some listener questions, discusses his approach to filmmaking, and generally has a giggle. Then, once he's gone, Chris, Helen O'Hara and James Dyer discuss the week's movie news, including the new trailers for Scream, Home Sweet Home Alone, and The Beatles: Get Back, and in a bumper reviews section they dig deep into Venom: Let There Be Carnage, The Last Duel, The Beta Test, Halloween Kills, Ron's Gone Wrong, and The Velvet Underground. Now do you see why we took nearly three hours? Enjoy, in instalments if you have to.

Danny Lane's Music Museum
Episode 151: Street Corner Doo Wop #8 – Dance Girl Dance

Danny Lane's Music Museum

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 60:37


The vocal harmony group tradition, known as Doo Wop, developed in the post-World War II era. It was the most popular form of rhythm and blues music among black teenagers, especially those living in the large urban centers of the eastern coast, in Chicago, and in Detroit. To those of us kids who were color-blind, it was just cool music coming from our transistor radios. That was the beauty of radio. Music wasn't defined by a color, just by the beat and the mood you felt deep in your soul. Many groups specialized in romantic ballads that appealed to the sexual fantasies of teenagers in the late 1940s and early 1950s. By the mid-1950s, vocal harmony groups had transformed the smooth delivery of ballads into a performance style incorporating the nonsense phrase, “Doo Wop-Doo Wop” as vocalized by the bass singers, who provided rhythmic movement for an a cappella song style.In this episode you'll hear:1)     Why Do Fools Fall In Love by Frankie Lymon and The Teenagers2)     Anna Mae by The Aquatones (the pride of Valley Stream, Long Island)3)     On Broadway by The Drifters (with Rudy Lewis, lead vocal; and young Phil Spector, lead guitar)4)     Dance Girl Dance by Norman Fox & the Rob Roys5)     Pennies From Heaven by The Skyliners6)     Ka-Ding Dong by The G-Clefs (Boston Group)7)     You Belong To Me by The Duprees8)     Gum Drop by Otis Williams & The Charms9)     Tears on My Pillow by Little Anthony & The Imperials10) A Teenager In Love by Dion & The Belmonts11) Leave My Kitten Alone by Little Willie John12) Look Homeward Angel by The Monarchs (with Mike Gibson, falsetto)13) My Juanita by The Crests14) Only You (And You Alone) by The Platters15) Please Tell the Angels by Lewis Lymon & The Teenchords16) My Girl by The Fireflies17) A Tear Fell by The Demensions (from The Bronx)18) Nobody Loves Me Like You by The Flamingos19) Crazy For You by The Heartbeats (with James "Shep" Sheppard, lead vocal)20) I Knew From The Start by The Moonglows21) Close Your Eyes by The Five Keys (with Rudy West, lead)22) B'wa Nina (Pretty Girl) by The Tokens23) Time And Again by The Velvets (with Virgil Johnson)24) Daddy's Home by Shep & The Limelights25) Goodnight, Sweetheart, Goodnight (Well It's Time To Go) by The Spaniels 

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Lou And The Velvets!

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2021 52:07


July being Listener Episode Month, we present this episode, all about Lou Reed and The Velvet Unground, suggested by Robert McKenzie from the UK! The story of Lou Reed and The Velvet Underground comes together in stages, while the post-Lou Velvets ends quickly, badly. Reed's role in the band, and as a solo artist, is undeniably a dominant force in Rock in the 1970's, and beyond! It's a story that The Imbalanced Brothers have been looking forward to telling for quite some time. Listen to this cool episode, and then get caught up here!!! Thanks to our sponsor, Crooked Eye Brewery for their support of the podcast!

Rock N Roll Pantheon
The Imbalanced History Of Rock And Roll: Lou And The Velvets!

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 5, 2021 51:07


July being Listener Episode Month, we present this episode, all about Lou Reed and The Velvet Unground, suggested by Robert McKenzie from the UK!The story of Lou Reed and The Velvet Underground comes together in stages, while the post-Lou Velvets ends quickly, badly. Reed's role in the band, and as a solo artist, is undeniably a dominant force in Rock in the 1970's, and beyond! It's a story that The Imbalanced Brothers have been looking forward to telling for quite some time.Listen to this cool episode, and then get caught up here!!!Thanks to our sponsor, Crooked Eye Brewery for their support of the podcast!

The Imbalanced History of Rock and Roll

July being Listener Episode Month, we present this episode, all about Lou Reed and The Velvet Unground, suggested by Robert McKenzie from the UK!The story of Lou Reed and The Velvet Underground comes together in stages, while the post-Lou Velvets ends quickly, badly. Reed's role in the band, and as a solo artist, is undeniably a dominant force in Rock in the 1970's, and beyond! It's a story that The Imbalanced Brothers have been looking forward to telling for quite some time.Listen to this cool episode, and then get caught up here!!!Thanks to our sponsor, Crooked Eye Brewery for their support of the podcast!

The Imbalanced History of Rock and Roll

July being Listener Episode Month, we present this episode, all about Lou Reed and The Velvet Unground, suggested by Robert McKenzie from the UK! The story of Lou Reed and The Velvet Underground comes together in stages, while the post-Lou Velvets ends quickly, badly. Reed's role in the band, and as a solo artist, is undeniably a dominant force in Rock in the 1970's, and beyond! It's a story that The Imbalanced Brothers have been looking forward to telling for quite some time. Listen to this cool episode, and then get caught up here!!! Thanks to our sponsor, Crooked Eye Brewery for their support of the podcast!

That Record Got Me High Podcast
S4E175 - 39 Clocks 'Subnarcotic' with Tom Smith

That Record Got Me High Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 3, 2021 65:16


When he's not tearing faces off in various musical projects - 'To Live and Shave in LA' & 'NH Meth' to name two - Tom Smith leads a genteel life in Hanover, Germany, so it's only fitting that he brought Hanover's own 39 Clocks and their sophomore classic "Subnarcotic" to the table for perusal. Their songs of urban decay and rainy night insanities sung - subversively for 1982 - in English set them apart from the German New Wave of the time, and they managed to turn their love of the Velvets, Suicide and 60's garage-rock into their own "psycho-beat" sound that STILL sounds weirdly ahead of its time! Spotify Episode Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0nuGkgwlbGudOR86XRbPhV?si=a0087348127e4e82

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Rock's Backpages Ep.100: Celebrating 100 episodes + The Black Keys + Donald Fagen audio

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2021 67:06


In this episode we depart from our normal format in order to celebrate the milestone that is our 100th episode. Barney, Mark & Jasper look back over highlights of the previous 99 "shows", listening to amusing clips from interviews with Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, Neil Tennant, Amy Linden, Bernard Fowler, James Fox, Stewart Lee, Caroline Boucher, Loyd Grossman and John Harris. Along the way they relive the podcast's inception and evolution — and the crucial importance of Mark Pringle's inimitable laugh. The podcast's "power trio" wish a happy 80th birthday to contributor Keith Altham, express their deep appreciation for his support over the past 20 years, and discuss three of his 450 pieces on RBP. They also talk a bit about the Black Keys, R. L Burnside & the North Mississippi hill country blues sound that inspired the Keys' new Delta Kream album. Clips from a 1991 audio interview with Donald Fagen prompt conversation about The Nightfly, the Rock & Soul Revue, and the all-round greatness of Steely Dan. Finally, Mark regales us with quotes from new library pieces about the Velvets & the Mothers live, the Bee Gees' Barry Gibb and Cameo's Larry Blackmon. Jasper talks us out with remarks on Coldplay live and Lil Jon. Many thanks to all our guests, contributors and listeners for joining us for one hundred episodes. The Rock's Backpages podcast is part of the Pantheon podcast network. Pieces and episodes discussed: Episode 1, Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, Neil Tennant, Amy Linden, Bernard Fowler, James Fox, Stewart Lee, Caroline Boucher, Barbara Charone, Loyd Grossman, John Harris, Keith Altham at 80, Monterey Pop, Marc Bolan, The Beatles, North Mississippi Hill Country Blues, R. L. Burnside and Junior Kimbrough, Billy Gibbons and Dan Auerbach, Donald Fagen audio, the Velvet Underground & the Mothers of Invention, Barry Gibb, Miles Davis, Cameo, Public Enemy, Coldplay, Lil Jon, Junglepussy, Christina Aguilera and Keith Altham.

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Rock's Backpages Ep.100: Celebrating 100 episodes + The Black Keys + Donald Fagen audio

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2021 66:06


In this episode we depart from our normal format in order to celebrate the milestone that is our 100th episode. Barney, Mark & Jasper look back over highlights of the previous 99 "shows", listening to amusing clips from interviews with Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, Neil Tennant, Amy Linden, Bernard Fowler, James Fox, Stewart Lee, Caroline Boucher, Loyd Grossman and John Harris. Along the way they relive the podcast's inception and evolution — and the crucial importance of Mark Pringle's inimitable laugh.The podcast's "power trio" wish a happy 80th birthday to contributor Keith Altham, express their deep appreciation for his support over the past 20 years, and discuss three of his 450 pieces on RBP. They also talk a bit about the Black Keys, R. L Burnside & the North Mississippi hill country blues sound that inspired the Keys' new Delta Kream album. Clips from a 1991 audio interview with Donald Fagen prompt conversation about The Nightfly, the Rock & Soul Revue, and the all-round greatness of Steely Dan.Finally, Mark regales us with quotes from new library pieces about the Velvets & the Mothers live, the Bee Gees' Barry Gibb and Cameo's Larry Blackmon. Jasper talks us out with remarks on Coldplay live and Lil Jon.Many thanks to all our guests, contributors and listeners for joining us for one hundred episodes.The Rock's Backpages podcast is part of the Pantheon podcast network.Pieces and episodes discussed: Episode 1, Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, Neil Tennant, Amy Linden, Bernard Fowler, James Fox, Stewart Lee, Caroline Boucher, Barbara Charone, Loyd Grossman, John Harris, Keith Altham at 80, Monterey Pop, Marc Bolan, The Beatles, North Mississippi Hill Country Blues, R. L. Burnside and Junior Kimbrough, Billy Gibbons and Dan Auerbach, Donald Fagen audio, the Velvet Underground & the Mothers of Invention, Barry Gibb, Miles Davis, Cameo, Public Enemy, Coldplay, Lil Jon, Junglepussy, Christina Aguilera and Keith Altham.

Rock's Backpages
E100: Celebrating 100 episodes + The Black Keys + Donald Fagen audio

Rock's Backpages

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2021 66:06


In this episode we depart from our normal format in order to celebrate the milestone that is our 100th episode. Barney, Mark & Jasper look back over highlights of the previous 99 "shows", listening to amusing clips from interviews with Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, Neil Tennant, Amy Linden, Bernard Fowler, James Fox, Stewart Lee, Caroline Boucher, Loyd Grossman and John Harris. Along the way they relive the podcast's inception and evolution — and the crucial importance of Mark Pringle's inimitable laugh.The podcast's "power trio" wish a happy 80th birthday to contributor Keith Altham, express their deep appreciation for his support over the past 20 years, and discuss three of his 450 pieces on RBP. They also talk a bit about the Black Keys, R. L Burnside & the North Mississippi hill country blues sound that inspired the Keys' new Delta Kream album. Clips from a 1991 audio interview with Donald Fagen prompt conversation about The Nightfly, the Rock & Soul Revue, and the all-round greatness of Steely Dan.Finally, Mark regales us with quotes from new library pieces about the Velvets & the Mothers live, the Bee Gees' Barry Gibb and Cameo's Larry Blackmon. Jasper talks us out with remarks on Coldplay live and Lil Jon.Many thanks to all our guests, contributors and listeners for joining us for one hundred episodes.The Rock's Backpages podcast is part of the Pantheon podcast network. Pieces and episodes discussed: Episode 1, Jennifer Otter Bickerdike, Neil Tennant, Amy Linden, Bernard Fowler, James Fox, Stewart Lee, Caroline Boucher, Barbara Charone, Loyd Grossman, John Harris, Keith Altham at 80, Monterey Pop, Marc Bolan, The Beatles, North Mississippi Hill Country Blues, R. L. Burnside and Junior Kimbrough, Billy Gibbons and Dan Auerbach, Donald Fagen audio, the Velvet Underground & the Mothers of Invention, Barry Gibb, Miles Davis, Cameo, Public Enemy, Coldplay, Lil Jon, Junglepussy, Christina Aguilera and Keith Altham.

Seven & Seven Is Radio
Episode 013: Thirteen Limericks For Limerence

Seven & Seven Is Radio

Play Episode Play 60 sec Highlight Listen Later Feb 14, 2021 30:11


Episode 013: Thirteen Limericks For LimerenceThe Nazz - Hello It's Me (US 1968)Philadelphia's pride and joy, The Nazz were fronted by the very prolific Todd Rundgren who led them through three stellar albums before embarking on a solo successful career, during which he would cover this song into a top 10 hit. Written about a lost high school love, the original is a hauntingly slower and somber affair than it's more famous re-recorded sibling. The 13th Floor Elevators - Splash 1 (Now I'm Home) (US 1966) Infamous for the much documented tortured life of their enigmatic leader Roky Erickson, these Austin freaks are essential to the story of American garage and psychedelia. Though known for their fuzz guitars and bizarre electric jug, Roky proves that he can write a ballad that's as affecting as anything in their bulletproof catalog. Steve Miller Band - Dear Mary (US 1968) One of San Francisco's finest and a key band in forming the sound synonymous with the area, Steve and the boys slowed it way down for this beautiful tune from their sophomore LP. The tempo and descending lines are inline with the Whiter Shade of Pale influence of the time, but the delicate nature of the vocal give it a timelessness that makes still sounds fresh today. The Velvet Underground - Candy Says (Mono Closet Mix - US 1969) No other band took a decidedly drastic left turn than these kings of New York noise. with their third album. After continuing their sonic experiments and art guitar feedback for two consecutive albums, the Velvets decided they had done all the weird things they could do save for write normal songs. Thus, their self titled album is filled with slow and gentle ballads which was an unexpected move at the time. This sparse and fragile masterpiece sounds like it may fall apart at any time which is part of its beauty. This is the original “closet mix” that Lou Reed did before it was later replaced with a more balanced mix. The Feminine Complex - Are You Lonesome Like Me? (US 1969) These ladies from Nashville made one PERFECT album that has shockingly clear and defined production which at times makes it seem as though some of the songs could have been released within the last two decades. This sweet tale of new love captures the uncertainty of those first initial steps.    Fairport Convention - Decameron (UK 1968) Though not garage per se, these UK folk-rock heroes showed a strong west coast acid rock influence on their debut. They showed their gentler side on this sad stunner, which is one of the few originals on their essential debut album. Love - A Message to Pretty (US 1966) These Los Angeles Sunset Strip regulars had a an early hand in developing the American garage sound with their pioneering singles and was led by Arthur Lee who also shared songwriting duties with second guitarist Bryan Maclean. Maclean's songs were the softer of the two, and here it seems like his influence has spilled over to Lee who tries his hand a love ballad for his mysterious “pretty”. The Byrds - Here Without You (US 1965) What's to be said about this band other than Los Angeles owes them their own holiday?  This Gene Clark original from their debut strangely seems like the inspiration for their later psych classic Eight Miles High. This heartbreaking tune is one of the first he ever wrote for the band, stemming from their previous incarnation The Jet Set, and captures the melancholy feeling of loneliness from an unrequited love. The West Coast Pop Art Experimental Band - I Won't Hurt You (US 1967) A truly magnificent minimal love song by a strange Los Angeles underground oddity with a checkered past. Nonetheless, this song is light years ahead of it's time and one of the band's catalog defining highlights amongst many.

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Rock's Backpages Ep. 71: Jill Furmanovsky on Photography + Errol Brown

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2020 74:28


In this week's episode, RBP's very own Terrible Trio are joined by the legendary Jill Furmanovsky for a free-ranging conversation about her long career – and about rock photography in general. Jill describes her lucky 1972 break at London's Rainbow Theatre, talks about shooting Pink Floyd and Bob Dylan, and namechecks fellow snappers Pennie Smith and Barrie Wentzell. Discussion follows about free pieces (on Henry Diltz, Dennis Morris, and Barry Feinstein) by Observer photography critic Sean O'Hagan. The first of three clips from a 1975 interview with the late Errol Brown prompts reflections on the delicious Hot Chocolate – and what made Brown such a compelling star of '70s pop. Mark then guides us through new library pieces about Andy Williams (1963), the MC5 (1968), Ringo Starr (1972), and Scritti Politti (1988). Barney spotlights articles on Frankie Goes to Hollywood and the state of music journalism in 2018. Jasper wraps up the episode by considering the post-Velvets careers of Lou Reed, John Cale and co., plus an unlikely 2011 live pairing of Foo Fighters and CeeLo Green… Many thanks to special guest Jill Furmanovsky; visit rockarchive.com to see her photography.The Rock's Backpages podcast is part of the Pantheon podcast network.

Rock's Backpages
E71: Jill Furmanovsky on Photography + Errol Brown audio interview

Rock's Backpages

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2020 73:35


In this week's episode, RBP's very own Terrible Trio are joined by the legendary Jill Furmanovsky for a free-ranging conversation about her long career – and about rock photography in general. Jill describes her lucky 1972 break at London's Rainbow Theatre, talks about shooting Pink Floyd and Bob Dylan, and namechecks fellow snappers Pennie Smith and Barrie Wentzell. Discussion follows about free pieces (on Henry Diltz, Dennis Morris, and Barry Feinstein) by Observer photography critic Sean O'Hagan. The first of three clips from a 1975 interview with the late Errol Brown prompts reflections on the delicious Hot Chocolate – and what made Brown such a compelling star of '70s pop. Mark then guides us through new library pieces about Andy Williams (1963), the MC5 (1968), Ringo Starr (1972), and Scritti Politti (1988). Barney spotlights articles on Frankie Goes to Hollywood and the state of music journalism in 2018. Jasper wraps up the episode by considering the post-Velvets careers of Lou Reed, John Cale and co., plus an unlikely 2011 live pairing of Foo Fighters and CeeLo Green… Many thanks to special guest Jill Furmanovsky; visit rockarchive.com to see her photography.We are delighted to launch our exclusive collaboration with Rockarchive at rocksbackpages.com/rockarchive.The Rock's Backpages podcast is part of the Pantheon podcast network.Pieces discussed: Jill Furmanovsky's Moment, Jill's Bobquest, Val Wilmer, Dennis Morris, Henry Diltz, Barry Feinstein, Hot Chocolate audio, Andy Williams, The Beatles, MC5, Ringo Starr, Muddy Waters, Scritti Politti, Suede, Fiona Apple, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Music journalism, Life beyond the Velvets, Foo Fighters/CeeLo Green and Zoot Suit riots.

The Department of Tangents Podcast
DoT EP89 Indie Rock Oncologist Karen Haglof with New Music from The Woolly Bushmen

The Department of Tangents Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2019 59:03


There is so much to explore in Karen Haglof's career. She started out playing with a band called The Crackers in a Minneapolis scene that included Curtiss A, The Suicide Commandos, The Suburbs, and Flamingo before bands like Soul Asylum, the Replacements, and Husker Du put that scene on the map nationally. If, like me, you're unfamiliar with that bit of history, seek out a new documentary called Jay's Longhorn, for which Haglof is interviewed. It's the most Midwestern story you could imagine – a bunch of writers and musicians and fans deciding they want a punk and indie music scene, and then forming committees and canvassing neighborhoods to find places receptive to hosting music. And it worked. Haglof eventually left that scene to pursue music in New York City, where she joined Band of Susans and created some heavy music with fellow guitarist Paige Hamilton, later of Helmut. Haglof was a hired gun guitarist and working at restaurants when she decided she needed to grow up and have a career. She didn't choose an easy path. She went to med school eventually became an oncologist, a job she still does full time in New York City today. She had left music behind while she studied and made her way into her profession, but got the itch to play guitar again after seeing the guitar documentary It Might Get Loud with Jimmy Page, the Edge, and Jack White. This time, she started making music for herself and writing her own songs. The new album, Tobiano, shows a blossoming of Haglof's skills as a songwriter. The style and feel shifts from song to song, from the cool and groovy indie rock of “Tobiano Twirl” to the twang and train beat of “Humbled and Chastened,” the bouncy country of “Foothold” to the Jimmy Page-esque riffing of “These Are the Things” and the charging Velvets sound of “Favor Favor.” She enjoys the contrast, which is the story behind the title “Tobiano,” a term used to describe a horse with white and brown contrasting colors. You could apply that more universally to Haglof's life as a rock and roller and oncologist. She finds time for music and she's always writing down ideas, but she would never tour while she had patients to tend to. You can find out more about her work at karenhaglof.com and find her on Twitter under @karenhaglof. This week's featured track is “What Yer Doing To Me” from Florida's The Woolly Bushmen off their brand new album, In Shambles. Got to love that twangy reverb right off the bat on this track. It's a certified garage guitar rocker, and if the name Woolly Bushmen makes you think of Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs' hit “Wooly Bully,” you're in the right territory. Singer Simon Palombi has that same kind of bit and playfulness in his voice. The background vocals are also drenched in reverb here, which makes me think of that eerie sci-fi sound of the Pixies on “Where Is My Mind?” It's great new music for your hi-fi, and you can find it on BandCamp, which pays the artist a bit better than some other platforms, or Spotify and iTunes, and keep up with them on Facebook.

Rock N Roll Archaeology
Episode 17: Bookends

Rock N Roll Archaeology

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2019 106:46


Chapter 17 of Rock N Roll Archaeology is bookended by a couple of Simon & Garfunkel albums: “Bookends” from the spring of 1968; and “Bridge Over Troubled Water” from January of 1970. Our story takes place mostly in New York City: a city big enough to spawn two very different, very talented--and very influential--artists: Paul Simon and Lou Reed. We skip work on a cold January afternoon to catch a movie: Mike Nichols' “The Graduate.” It's a generation milestone of a film, and Simon & Garfunkel's music is a big part of that; what's more, we argue, it's a different kind of soundtrack, something new in film and popular culture. We meet Tom Wilson, the first African-American staff producer at Columbia Records. Tom oversaw the first two Simon & Garfunkel albums. We follow him for a little while and he leads us to...Lou Reed and the Velvet Underground.We get to know Lou and the Velvets, and the scene from which they sprang: Andy Warhol's Factory. We meet a Factory hang-around, an angry young woman with good reasons to be angry, but she takes it way too far, with tragic consequences. And we'll meet the first Punk Rock band: The MC5, and the revolutionary political milieu they occupied. Wayne Kramer of the MC5 has some things to say about that, and about a fateful MC5 gig at the Fillmore East. Finally, we'll meet one of our favorite artists ever, who came from the same scene as the MC5: Iggy Pop. We say “Amen” to Iggy Pop. We wrap it back around to Simon & Garfunkel, and their take on the anger and disappointment, on the turmoil of the late 1960s. An offer of comfort and healing is the first big Pop hit of the 1970s.Listen to episodes 1-16 of Rock N Roll Archaeology and all our other podcasts at www.pantheonpodcasts.com

Rock N Roll Pantheon
Rock N Roll Archaeology Ep. 17: Bookends

Rock N Roll Pantheon

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 15, 2019 106:46


Chapter 17 of Rock N Roll Archaeology is bookended by a couple of Simon & Garfunkel albums: “Bookends” from the spring of 1968; and “Bridge Over Troubled Water” from January of 1970. Our story takes place mostly in New York City: a city big enough to spawn two very different, very talented--and very influential--artists: Paul Simon and Lou Reed. We skip work on a cold January afternoon to catch a movie: Mike Nichols' “The Graduate.” It's a generation milestone of a film, and Simon & Garfunkel's music is a big part of that; what's more, we argue, it's a different kind of soundtrack, something new in film and popular culture. We meet Tom Wilson, the first African-American staff producer at Columbia Records.  Tom oversaw the first two Simon & Garfunkel albums. We follow him for a little while and he leads us to...Lou Reed and the Velvet Underground.We get to know Lou and the Velvets, and the scene from which they sprang: Andy Warhol's Factory. We meet a Factory hang-around, an angry young woman with good reasons to be angry, but she takes it way too far, with tragic consequences. And we'll meet the first Punk Rock band: The MC5, and the revolutionary political milieu they occupied. Wayne Kramer of the MC5 has some things to say about that, and about a fateful MC5 gig at the Fillmore East.  Finally, we'll meet one of our favorite artists ever, who came from the same scene as the MC5: Iggy Pop. We say “Amen” to Iggy Pop. We wrap it back around to Simon & Garfunkel, and their take on the anger and disappointment, on the turmoil of the late 1960s. An offer of comfort and healing is the first big Pop hit of the 1970s.Listen to episodes 1-16 of Rock N Roll Archaeology, as well as all the other great podcasts at www.pantheonpodcasts.com