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Bill Whittle Network
No R.E.S.P.E.C.T.

Bill Whittle Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 28, 2023 12:21


No one is immune to the predations of the woke mob -- not even the Queen of Soul. She has been politely asked -- that means ordered -- to no longer sing her signature hit (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman... because the non-natural woman lobby find it offensive. And another conservative is born. Zo Rachel has the sad and stupid story. Join our elite team of anti-elitists by becoming a Citizen Producer right here: https://billwhittle.com/register/

Drew and Mike Show
Drew And Mike – January 23, 2023

Drew and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 201:31


Buzz Aldrin ties the knot... again, Lisa Marie Presley's funeral, Beyonce in Dubai, Olivia Dunne's influencing issues, Adam Sandler films, Eli Zaret joins us post NFL Playoff Weekend, Drew Crime, Hilarious Baldwin's accent is back, and Damar Hamlin conspiracy theories. Buffalo Bill Damar Hamlin was in the building this weekend to distract his team from their playoff game vs. the Cincinnati Bengals. We See It Eli's Way on the NFL playoffs, Damar Hamlin conspiracy theories, Patrick Mahomes injuries, crap all over Urban Meyer, the return of Ben Johnson to the Detroit Lions, Matt Weiss BLOWN OUT by Michigan, Jaden Rashada's NIL value and more. Drew watched "That's My Boy" and wants to know why it's not more popular. (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman is under attack from triggered transgender people. The Taliban hate women so much that they even make the mannequins wear masks. Beyoncé got PAID for playing in Dubai, but she is getting backlash from her LGBTQ fans thus igniting the Bey Army. Alec Baldwin thinks his son wants to nail his wife. Hilarious Baldwin's Spanish accent returns over the weekend. Theranos' Elizabeth Holmes tried to bail to Mexico. Lock her up! No more planes for Olympic sprinter Sha'Carri Richardson. She battles American Airlines. Law Enforcement: The Democratic House whip's daughter is not a fan of the police. Some tree-huggers got into it with police in Atlanta which led to a pretty fiery night. Music: Some people are saying David Crosby died of COVID-19. Dhani Harrison is a nepo-baby. Lisa Marie Presley's funeral was full of celebrities. Axl Rose sang November Rain. Hat Douche got custody of the twins. Maude Apatow is a nepotism-baby too. Fergie, The Duchess of Pork, is selling crappy NFTs. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern up and quits on New Zealand. Buzz Aldrin marries a new hot piece on his 93rd birthday. Grab your EXCLUSIVE NordVPN Deal by going to nordvpn.com/dams to get up a Huge Discount off your NordVPN Plan + 4 months for free! It's completely risk free with Nord's 30-day money-back guarantee. TikTok: Baylen Dupree has Tourette's and puts it to use on TikTok. This TikTok chick here doesn't want to work. Drew Crime: Drew explains crimes of Sean Turkot and Alex Smoot and other tales from Signs Of A Psychopath on ID. 20/20 covered the story of numb-nuts, Thomas Clayton. Brian Walshe remains the worst murderer of all-time. Prince Harry craps all over Graceland and its Jungle Room. Joe Biden asks why police have to shoot to kill. Oh, and more documents have been found in Biden's house. MSU is still dealing the 'Dancing Professor' from the Gatsby Gala. Jacob Edwards arrested in Illinois. Dumbass. Dr. Disgusto strikes again. Known boner-maker and part time LSU gymnast, Olivia Dunne, sits down with Stephanie Gosk and The Today Show. Breaking News: Damar Hamlin has visited his own mural! Paulina Porizkova is whining again. Cyrus Chestnut makes it back to the Detroit Symphony Orchestra following a super racist event. The Michigan Panthers will play at Ford Field. Visit Our Presenting Sponsor Hall Financial – Michigan's highest rated mortgage company Social media is dumb, but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).

Produce Like A Pro
Songs That Changed Music: Carol King - (You Make Me Feel) A Natural Woman

Produce Like A Pro

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 14:52


For this week's episode, we are going to be going over legendary singer, Carol King's song called A Natural Woman and the songwriting dynamic duo between her and Gerry Goffin. In the world of popular music, few praises are higher than that of John Lennon saying that he aspired to be like you. And few songwriters can claim such an honour. However, the two that can are, undoubtedly, two of the greats… Gerry Goffin and Carole King. The pair have been credited with writing much of the “soundtrack of the sixties;” from hits like “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow,” “One Fine Day,” and “Locomotion,” to “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman.” Donate to the Goffin and King Foundation: https://thegoffinkingfoundation.org/donate/ Check Out Goffin and King Foundation: https://www.instagram.com/goffin_king_foundation/?hl=en Subscribe to the email list and get yourself some free goodies: https://producelikeapro.com  Want to create radio ready mixes from the comfort of your home? Go check out https://promixacademy.com/courses/  Check out all other services here: https://linktr.ee/producelikeapro

Produce Like A Pro
Songs That Changed Music: Carol King - (You Make Me Feel) A Natural Woman

Produce Like A Pro

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2022 14:52


For this week's episode, we are going to be going over legendary singer, Carol King's song called A Natural Woman and the songwriting dynamic duo between her and Gerry Goffin. In the world of popular music, few praises are higher than that of John Lennon saying that he aspired to be like you. And few songwriters can claim such an honour. However, the two that can are, undoubtedly, two of the greats… Gerry Goffin and Carole King. The pair have been credited with writing much of the “soundtrack of the sixties;” from hits like “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow,” “One Fine Day,” and “Locomotion,” to “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman.” Donate to the Goffin and King Foundation: https://thegoffinkingfoundation.org/donate/ Check Out Goffin and King Foundation: https://www.instagram.com/goffin_king_foundation/?hl=en Subscribe to the email list and get yourself some free goodies: https://producelikeapro.com  Want to create radio ready mixes from the comfort of your home? Go check out https://promixacademy.com/courses/  Check out all other services here: https://linktr.ee/producelikeapro

RNIB Connect
1379: Vidar Hjardeng MBE - Beautiful - The Carole King Musical, Audio Described Theatre Review

RNIB Connect

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 6:48


RNIB Connect Radio's Toby Davey is joined again by Vidar Hjardeng MBE, Inclusion and Diversity Consultant for ITV News across England, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Channel Islands for the next in his regular Connect Radio audio described theatre reviews. This week Vidar was reviewing the audio described performance of Beautiful - The Carole King Musical  at the Birmingham Hippodrome  Theatre on Saturday 3 September at 2.30pm with audio description by professional Describers Julia Grundy and Jonathan Nash. Long before she was Carole King, the chart-topping music legend, she was an ordinary girl with an extraordinary talent. Beautiful tells the inspiring true story of King's remarkable rise to stardom, from being part of a hit songwriting team with her husband Gerry Goffin, to her relationship with fellow writers and best friends Cynthia Weil and Barry Mann, to becoming one of the most successful solo acts in popular music history. Along the way, she wrote the soundtrack to a generation, with countless classics such as (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman, Take Good Care of My Baby, You've Got a Friend, So Far Away, It Might as Well Rain Until September, Up on the Roof, and The Locomotion. Vidar began by telling Toby that although this was the second time he had seen Beautiful - The Carole King Musical, he was struck by how many tunes Carole King had written that had become both hits for her and for other artists, how he felt there was a good balance between Carole King's story and her hits in this new production and how much the audio description by Julia and Jonathan enhanced his enjoyment of the show.  Beautiful - The Carole King Musical continues on tour around the UK and more details can be found by visiting the following website -https://beautifulmusical.co.uk/tour/ (Image shows RNIB logo. 'RNIB' written in black capital letters over a white background and underlined with a bold pink line, with the words 'See differently' underneath)

Peligrosamente juntos
Peligrosamente juntos - Everybody Dance / Aretha Franklin - 04/09/22

Peligrosamente juntos

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 119:40


Everybody Dance! Remixed Dance Classics: Gwen McCrae “Funky Sensation” (MAW Mix) The Trammps “The Night The Lights Went Out” (Black Science NY Story Part 1) Manu Dibango “Soul Makossa” (Johnick Mix) Sister Sledge “We Are Family” (Marley's The System “You Are In My System” (Tee's Freeze Mix) Spinners “I'll Be Around” (Simp-House Mix) Sister Sledge “Thinking Of You” (Ramp Mix) Slave “Just A Touch Of Love” (MAW Mix) The Manhattan Transfer “ Twilight Zone / Twilight Tone” (Nevco Rascal Mix) Herbie Mann “Hi-Jack” (Johnick Mix) A Brand New Me: Aretha Franklin With The Royal Philharmonic: "Think" "Don't Play That Song (You Lied)" "I Say a Little Prayer" "Until You Come Back to Me (That's What I'm Gonna Do)" "Brand New Me" "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman" "Angel" "Border Song (Holy Moses)" "Let It Be" "People Get Ready" "Oh Me Oh My (I'm a Fool for You Baby)" "You're All I Need to Get By" "Son of a Preacher Man" "Respect" Escuchar audio

Rockhistorier
Aretha Franklin: En hyldest til en stemme af en anden verden

Rockhistorier

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 128:50


I denne uges episode af Rockhistorier drejer det sig om endnu en 80 års fødselsdag. Vi skal høre om soul sangerinden, Aretha Franklin, der ville have fyldt 80 år i år. Hun begyndte allerede sin musikkarriere som barn, da hun sang gospel i New Bethel Baptist Church i Detroit, hvor hendes far var præst. Allerede som 15-årig indspiller hun sin første plade og i 1960 får hun sin pladekontrakt hos Columbia Records. Senere hen, i 1967, udskifter hun Columbia Records med Atlantic Records, og det er årene fra 1967 til 1972, hvor Franklin udgiver sit mest solgte album Amazing Grace, som vores to værter dækker i denne episode.Værter: Klaus Lynggaard og Henrik QueitschProducer: Signe Haahr og Cecilie WortzigerSpilleliste:1. "I Never Loved a Man (The Way I Love You)" (1967)2. “Respect” (1967)3. "Do Right Woman, Do Right Man" (1967)4. "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" (1967)5. “Night Life” (1967)6. “Chain of Fools” (1967) 7. "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman" (1967)8. “I Say a Little Prayer” (1968)9. “Think” (1968)10. “Don't Let Me Lose This Dream” – Live (1968)11. "Crazy He Calls Me" (1969)12. “The Weight” (1969)13. “Let It Be” (1970)14. "Spirit in the Dark" with The Dixie Flyers (1970)15. "One Way Street" (1970)16. "Don't Play That Song (You Lied)" with The Dixie Flyers (1970)17. “Dr. Feelgood” – Live (1971)18. “Border Song (Holy Moses)” (1970)19. “Rock Steady” (1971)20. "Oh Me Oh My (I'm a Fool for You Baby)" (1971)21. “Mary, Don't You Weep” – Live at the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church with James Cleveland & The Southern California Community Choir (1972)

The Set Up | Marketing and Music
Aretha Franklin Documentary with Tanya Sassi | EP 66

The Set Up | Marketing and Music

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2022 45:27


Tanya Sassi is the Global Music Partnerships @ Lightning Agency, leading influencer marketing campaigns for major & indie labels globally. She works with some of the greatest artists of our time, namely Elton John, Shakira, and Aretha Franklin. Tanya received a master's in music management and began a career at Sony Music in digital sales. Prior to her role in music partnerships, she lived in Dubai for 4 years, working at Universal Music, managing local relationships with DSPs. Today, we discuss how Tanya uses influencer marketing on TikTok to keep established artists in the forefront and reach new fans. Including the use of 7 TikTok Influencers for "(You Make Me Feel) Like A Natural Woman" in promotion of Aretha Franklin's Documentary that resulted in 2 MM views and 390 fan created videos. -- From Masters to Music Marketing to Different Markets Defining Influencer Music Partnerships Goals & Metrics Creating a Schedule & Strategy Identifying the Right Influencers Budgets for Influencers TikTok Tricks -- If you enjoy the podcast, would you be willing to leave us a 5-star review on Apple podcasts? It takes less than 15 seconds, and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests and I also love reading the reviews! We love to see what you all think! -- For show notes and past guests, please visit thesetupseries.com Want to meet our guests? Join our community (“Set Up Set List") at thesetupseries.com/community --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thesetupseries/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thesetupseries/support

Sound Opinions
Revisiting Carole King's Tapestry

Sound Opinions

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2021 50:57


Hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot revisit their classic album dissection of Carole King's "Tapestry" for its 50th anniversary. Join our Facebook Group: https://bit.ly/3sivr9TBecome a member on Patreon: https://bit.ly/3slWZvcSign up for our newsletter: https://bit.ly/3eEvRnGMake a donation via PayPal: https://bit.ly/3dmt9lURecord a Voice Memo: https://bit.ly/2RyD5Ah Featured Songs:Carole King, "It's Too Late," Tapestry, Ode, 1971The Shirelles, "Will You Love Me Tomorrow," Tonight's the Night, Scepter, 1960Little Eva, "The Loco-motion," The Loco-motion (Single), Dimension 1000, 1962Bobby Vee, "Take Good Care of My Baby," Take Good Care of My Baby, Liberty, 1961The Monkees, "Pleasant Valley Sunday," Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn & Jones Ltd., Colgems, 1967Carole King, "It Might As Well Rain Until September," It Might As Well Rain Until September (Single), Dimension, 1962The City, "Now That Everything's Been Said," Now That Everything's Been Said, Ode, 1968Carole King, "No Easy Way Down," Writer, Ode, 1970Carole King, "Beautiful," Tapestry, Ode, 1971Carole King, "I Feel the Earth Move," Tapestry, Ode, 1971Carole King, "You've Got a Friend," Tapestry, Ode, 1971Carole King, "Tapestry," Tapestry, Ode, 1971Carole King, "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman," Tapestry, Ode, 1971Carole King and Louise Goffin, "Where You Lead," Our Little Corner of the World Music From Gilmore Girls, Rhino, 2002Carole King, "Where You Lead," Tapestry, Ode, 1971Carole King, "So Far Away," Tapestry, Ode, 1971Carole King, "Will You Love Me Tomorrow," Tapestry, Ode, 1971Carole King, "Way Over Yonder," Tapestry, Ode, 1971Carole King, "Home Again," Tapestry, Ode, 1971Carole King, "Smackwater Jack," Tapestry, Ode, 1971James Taylor, "You've Got a Friend," Mud Slide Slim and the Blue Horizon, Warner Bros., 1971Carole King and James Taylor, "You've Got a Friend," Live At The Troubadour, Syzygy, 2010Liz Phair, "Divorce Song (Girly-Sound Version)," The Girly-Sound Tapes, Matador, 2018Lauryn Hill, "Everything Is Everything," The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, Columbia, 1998Tori Amos, "Cornflake Girl," Under the Pink, Atlantic, 1994Rolling Stones, "Gimme Shelter," Let It Bleed, Decca, 1969

[KBS] 김태훈의 시대음감
김태훈의 시대음감 130-1 좋은 게 좋은 거다

[KBS] 김태훈의 시대음감

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 40:41


# 좋은 게 좋은 거다♪ Boy With A Problem / Elvis Costello # 뉴스 Good & Bad feat. 옥유정 기자, 정새배 기자Bad: ‘다크웹'서 청와대·검경 개인정보 ‘우수수'…손 놓은 당국Good: 이등병도 '장군 지퍼 전투화' 신는다…국감서 복지개선 한목소리 # 시간을 달리는 음악 feat. 김경진 음악평론가 Aretha Franklin♪ Respect (2:26) (1967)♪ (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman (2:44) (1967)♪ I Say a Little Prayer (3:37) (1968)ART19 개인정보 정책 및 캘리포니아주의 개인정보 통지는 https://art19.com/privacy & https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info 에서 확인하실 수 있습니다.

Calling Cards
Caressed by Ice 1b

Calling Cards

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 72:34


Lydia and Tay finish recapping book three of Nalini Singh's Psy-Changeling series, Caressed by Ice. It's still pretty dark stuff, but we've got you covered with pop culture references, from Scooby Doo to High School Musical (and of course, Arrow!).CW: details of Brenna's abduction and assault (from book 1); child abuse **We're back in TWO weeks with part 2, to discuss themes of Caressed by Ice.  (Life got in the way again...)Playlist:LydiaStyle, Taylor Swift mad woman, Taylor Swift Everything Has Changed, Taylor Swift and Ed Sheehan (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman, Carole KingTayWhat's Up?, 4 Non Blondes Amor Prohibido, Selena Hungry Eyes, Eric Carmenhttps://music.apple.com/us/playlist/psy-changeling/pl.u-r2yBAexTPRd661  Thanks for listening! Instagram and Facebook: @callingcardspodTwitter: @CardsCalling Website: https://www.callingcards.wixsite.com/callingcardspodEmail us at callingcardspod@gmail.com. Theme music by PASTACAT @pastacatmusic on Instagram.Help us spread the word- pretty please, rate, review, and tell a friend!

Ajax Diner Book Club
Ajax Diner Book Club Episode 172

Ajax Diner Book Club

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 179:31


The Highwomen "Redesigning Women"Yola "Starlight"Julien Baker "Sprained Ankle"R.E.M. "I'm Gonna DJ"Sleater-Kinney "Bury Our Friends"Sleater-Kinney "Complex Female Characters"Jenny Lewis "The Next Messiah"Songs: Ohia "Farewell Transmission"Precious Bryant "Don't Let the Devil Ride"Sugar Pie De Santo "Going Back Where I Belong"Neko Case "Twist the Knife"James McMurtry "The Horses and the Hounds"Bobbie Gentry "Fancy"The Rolling Stones "Stray Cat Blues"The Rolling Stones "Love In Vain"Mavis Staples "This Little Light"Lilly Hiatt "Records"Sierra Ferrell "At The End Of The Rainbow"Big Maybelle "Goin' Home Baby"Eilen Jewell "Nowhere In No Time"Bob Dylan "Workingman's Blues #2"Aimee Mann "Freeway"John R. Miller "Lookin' Over My Shoulder"Margo Price "About to Find Out"Tyler Childers "Whitehouse Road"Dolly Parton "Kentucky Gambler"Nina Simone "Gin House Blues"Cedric Burnside "Get Down"Lucinda Williams "Pineola"Will Johnson "The Watchman"Gillian Welch "Tear My Stillhouse Down"Waxahatchee "Bonfire"Centro-Matic "Remind Us Alive"Wanda Jackson "Kansas City"Marie/Lepanto "Clean Gift"Aretha Franklin "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman"Aretha Franklin "What A Friend We Have In Jesus"Emmylou Harris "Two More Bottles Of Wine"Alex Chilton/Hi Rhythm Section "Lucille (Live)"Carla Thomas "What the World Needs Now (LP Version)"Loudon Wainwright III "Down Drinking at the Bar (Album Version)"Elizabeth Cotten "Freight Train"

Strong Songs
"You've Got a Friend" by Carole King

Strong Songs

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 59:42


Winter, spring, summer, or fall... all you have to do is call, and Strong Songs will be there with an in-depth analysis of one of the most influential songwriters of the 20th century.This episode takes a deep dive into Carole King's ever enduring, much-covered tribute to friendship, "You've Got a Friend." What starts in Laurel Canyon in the early 70s spread outward to the world, thanks to King's revolutionary 1971 album Tapestry. 50 years later, those songs are still with us, and "You've Got a Friend" remains one of the most meaningful tributes to simple, platonic love. Written by: Carole KingAlbum: Tapestry (1971)Listen/Buy: Apple Music | Amazon | SpotifyALSO FEATURED/DISCUSSED:"I Feel The Earth Move" and "So Far Away," both by Carole King, and "It's Too Late" by King with lyrics by Toni Stern, from Tapestry, 1971"You've Got a Friend" as recorded by James Taylor on Mud Slide Slim and the Blue Horizon, 1971"You've Got a Friend" as recorded by Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway on Roberta Flack & Donny Hathaway, 1972"Precious Lord, Take My Hand/You've Got a Friend" as recorded by Aretha Franklin on Amazing Grace, 1972"(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman" by Carole King and Gerry Goffen as recorded by Aretha Franklin, 1967Harvey Kubernik's exceptional chronicling of Tapestry's place in the broader 1970s music scene:  https://www.musicconnection.com/kubernik-carole-king-tapestry-50th-anniversary/Kubernik's book on Laurel Canyon: https://www.goodreads.com/en/book/show/6464198-canyon-of-dreams"You've Got a Friend" as recorded by Donny Hathaway on Live, 1972OUTRO SOLOIST: Charles McNealCharles McNeal is a killin' Oakland-based sax player who plays all over the bay area. He's also a master jazz transcriber, and has chronicled tons of great solos. 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Sound Opinions
#799 Carole King's Tapestry on its 50th Anniversary

Sound Opinions

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 19, 2021 50:14


In 1971, Carole King released her masterpiece, Tapestry. 50 years later, the music feels more brilliant, moving and comforting than ever. Hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot do a classic album dissection of Tapestry and talk to lyricist Toni Stern, guitarist Danny Kortchmar and drummer Russ Kunkel about their involvement on the legendary record. Become a member on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/soundopinionsMake a donation via PayPal: https://bit.ly/36zIhZK Record a Voice Memo: https://www.micdropp.com/studio/5febf006eba45/ Featured Songs:Carole King, "It's Too Late," Tapestry, Ode, 1971The Shirelles, "Will You Love Me Tomorrow," Tonight's the Night, Scepter, 1960 Little Eva, "The Loco-motion," The Loco-motion (Single), Dimension 1000, 1962Bobby Vee, "Take Good Care of My Baby," Take Good Care of My Baby, Liberty, 1961The Monkees, "Pleasant Valley Sunday," Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn & Jones Ltd., Colgems, 1967Carole King, "It Might As Well Rain Until September," It Might As Well Rain Until September (Single), Dimension, 1962The City, "Now That Everything's Been Said," Now That Everything's Been Said, Ode, 1968Carole King, "No Easy Way Down," Writer, Ode, 1970Carole King, "Beautiful," Tapestry, Ode, 1971Carole King, "I Feel the Earth Move," Tapestry, Ode, 1971Carole King, "You've Got a Friend," Tapestry, Ode, 1971Carole King, "Tapestry," Tapestry, Ode, 1971Carole King, "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman," Tapestry, Ode, 1971Carole King and Louise Goffin, "Where You Lead," Our Little Corner of the World Music From Gilmore Girls, Rhino, 2002Carole King, "Where You Lead," Tapestry, Ode, 1971Carole King, "So Far Away," Tapestry, Ode, 1971Carole King, "Will You Love Me Tomorrow," Tapestry, Ode, 1971Carole King, "Way Over Yonder," Tapestry, Ode, 1971Carole King, "Home Again," Tapestry, Ode, 1971Carole King, "Smackwater Jack," Tapestry, Ode, 1971James Taylor, "You've Got a Friend," Mud Slide Slim and the Blue Horizon, Warner Bros., 1971Carole King and James Taylor, "You've Got a Friend," Live At The Troubadour, Syzygy, 2010Liz Phair, "Divorce Song (Girly-Sound Version)," The Girly-Sound Tapes, Matador, 2018Lauryn Hill, "Everything Is Everything," The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill, Columbia, 1998Tori Amos, "Cornflake Girl," Under the Pink, Atlantic, 1994Caroline Rose, "Do You Think We'll Last Forever," Superstar, New West, 2020

Peligrosamente juntos
Peligrosamente juntos - Giorgia T - 14/02/21

Peligrosamente juntos

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 14, 2021 59:43


Giorgia T "Natural Woman" Live In Rome: “Takin' It To The Streets” “Ain't No Sunshine” “Chain Of Fools” “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” “Love Of My Life” “You Don't Know What Love Is” “The Wind Cries Mary” “Man In The Mirror” “Bridge Over Troubled Water” Geoffrey Oryema “Spirit” : “John Mon Frère” AP Big Band “ Plays Radiohead” : “Weird Fishes” Escuchar audio

Como lo oyes
Como lo oyes - Vía Verde y la esencia del rocanrol - 09/02/21

Como lo oyes

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 9, 2021 58:28


Hoy nos visita con su disco y su guitarra Vía Verde, neopunk que recuerda que cuando alguien necesita gritar con una canción ya está renovando el rocanrol. Escuchamos novedades de Barry Gibb e Imelda May muy bien acompañados. Y desde Barcelona a Aiala y Saphie Wells, Y tres pepinazos para este año de Jon Batiste y Steven Wilson. Además el encuentro de Mikel Erentxun y Quique González como adelanto del álbum de dúos del primero. Hoy Carole King cumple 79 años y mañana hará 50 que publicó su obra maestra “Tapestry”. DISCO 1 BARRY GIBB & Tommy Emanuel, Little Big Town How Deep Is Your Love (BARRY GIBB - 8) DISCO 2 AIALA Can you feel that fire (ORDENADOR) DISCO 3 CAROLE KING You Make Me Feel Like A Natural Woman (4) DISCO 4 STEVEN WILSON 12 Things I Forgot (4) DISCO 5 MIKEL ERENTXUN & Quique González Intacto (Ordenador) DISCO 6 LUIS PRADO Me Río (El Crash) (2) DISCO 7 IMELDA MAY Noel Gallagher ft Ronnie Wood Just One Kiss (ORDENADOR) DISCO 8 VÍA VERDE Intro (11) DISCO 9 VÍA VERDE Limitarme a vivir (10) DISCO 10 VÍA VERDE Que se pare el tiempo (5) DISCO 11 SAPHIE WELLS Off You Go (PAUL McCARTNEY III - 13) Escuchar audio

Saturday Live
Graeme Garden

Saturday Live

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2020 84:15


Richard Coles and Nikki Bedi are joined by Graeme Garden - one third of the Goodies along with Bill Oddie and the late Tim Brooke-Taylor. In the classic BBC television show the trio played agents for hire and would do "anything, anywhere, anytime". Astride their trusty ‘Trandem’ – a three-seater bicycle – they tackled a giant kitten, parodied westerns with a Cornish version called “Bunfight at the OK Tea Rooms” and were chased by a giant Dougal from Magic Roundabout. Graeme also created I'm Sorry I Haven't A Clue, the long-running Radio 4 show on which he is still a panellist and, with producer Jon Naismith, devised the Unbelievable Truth on Radio 4. Jojo Moyes is a novelist and journalist. Her books include the bestsellers Me Before You, After You and Still Me and The Girl You Left Behind. Me Before You has now sold over 14 million copies worldwide and was adapted into a major film starring Sam Claflin and Emilia Clarke. JoJo’s latest novel, The Giver of Stars, is based on a mobile library service launched by Eleanor Roosevelt in the 1930s. The Pack Horse Library Project was an initiative in which female volunteers on horseback delivered paperbacks to families in rural Kentucky who did not have access to books. Giles Clark is a conservationist who is taking on the illegal wildlife trade and helping to build a pioneering new bear sanctuary in Laos, Southeast Asia. He'll be talking about rescuing sun and moon bears and the perils of having bears about the house. And Garry Crothers, who lost an arm in a motorbike accident, joins us to talk about his epic journey - a 4,000 mile solo voyage from the Caribbean to his home in Northern Ireland. Presenter and author Fern Britton chooses her Inheritance Tracks - Those Lazy-Hazy-Crazy Days of Summer by Nat King Cole and (You Make Me Feel Like A) Natural Woman by Carole King. Plus a listener says thank you to a stranger who helped her at a difficult time. Producer: Paula McGinley Editor: Richard Hooper

Como lo oyes
Como lo oyes - Cover Girl - 29/06/20

Como lo oyes

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2020 58:53


Suavemente me mata con su versión. Cuando Erma, la hermanísima de Aretha, canta "Piece Of My Heart" antes de que la grabase Janis... Cuando Luciana Souza canta a Brian Wilson... Cuando Dusty Springfield interpreta a su sensual gana "Spooky" y en efecto se me pone los pelos como escarpias... Y así Grace Potter cantando a Bowie, Louise Goffin a su madrísima, Ashley cantando a su padrísimo, Bridy a James Taylor, Chaka Khan a Christine McVie /Fleetwood Mac) o Kimberley a Mecano. DISCO 1 QUEEN LATIFAH I’m Not In Love DISCO 2 CHAKA KHAN Everywhere DISCO 3 ARLO PARKS Creep DISCO 4 LUCIANA SOUZA God Only Knows DISCO 5 DUSTY SPRINGFIELD Spooky DISCO 6 ANNIE LENNOX River Deep, Mountain High [Live] DISCO 7 LOUISE GOFFIN (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman DISCO 8 MÄBU Dos Gardenias DISCO 9 KIMBERLEY TELL Hoy no me puedo levantar DISCO 10 ERMA FRANKLIN Piece Of My Heart DISCO 11 SARAH HARMER Morning Has Broken DISCO 12 GRACE POTTER As The World Falls Down (Bowie) DISCO 13 BIRDY Fire And Rain DISCO 14 ASHLEY CAMPBELL & Dad Wichita Lineman DISCO 15 COLOR ME HOME Satin Doll Escuchar audio

El Soundtrack De La Vida
Soundtrack Femenino. Lunes 09 de marzo de 2020

El Soundtrack De La Vida

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 9, 2020 64:03


Hoy empezamos la nueva temporada 2020 con un #SoundtrackFEMENINO lleno de hits de Madonna, Nina Simone, Violeta Parra, Tina Turner, Ana Tijoux y varias más! También escuchamos el nuevo single Brujas (2019) de Catártica Animal y finalmente nos despedimos con el #MomentoFOGATERO en donde reversioné (You Make Me Feel) Like A Natural Woman (1968) de Aretha Franklin. Así da gusto volver

Still Processing
We R-E-S-P-E-C-T Aretha Franklin

Still Processing

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2018 52:14


This week we pay our respects to the late, great Aretha Franklin. A legendary singer, writer, arranger, pianist, performer and more, Ms. Franklin channeled both the difficult and beautiful aspects of American culture to make the songs that have scored our lives. From her breakout hit “Respect,” to her performance of “Dr. Feelgood” at Fillmore West in San Francisco, to her rendition of “My Country, ’Tis of Thee” at former President Barack Obama’s first inauguration, she left a legacy of virtuosity and swagger that will live on — both online and off.We’ll be taking some time off, but you can expect us back in your headphones sometime in the fall."Respect" (Aretha Franklin, 1967)"Respect" (Otis Redding, 1964)"I Never Loved a Man [the Way I Love You]" (Aretha Franklin, 1967)"Dr. Feelgood" - Live at Fillmore West (Aretha Franklin, 1971)"Think" (Aretha Franklin, 1967)"Think" - The Blues Brothers version (Aretha Franklin, 1980)"Rocksteady" (Aretha Franklin, 1972)Aretha Franklin performing "My Country, 'Tis of Thee" at former president Barack Obama's first inauguration (January 20, 2009)Aretha Franklin performing "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman" at the 2015 Kennedy Center Honors"A Different World" theme song (1988)

Like A Version Podcast
Eves Karydas covers Aretha Franklin for Like A Version

Like A Version Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2018 17:26


Eves Karydas performs 'Further Than The Planes Fly' in the triple j studio before paying tribute to Aretha Franklin with her cover of '(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman'.

Me gustan los lunes
#028 - Y la Reina del Soul subió a los cielos - Me gustan los viernes

Me gustan los lunes

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2018 28:43


Aretha Louise Franklin nació en la primavera del 42 en Memphis, hija del predicador Clarence Franklin y la cantante de góspel Barbara Franklin se trasladó de niña a vivir a Detroit. Su trayectoria musical comenzó como cantante de góspel, una de sus primeras interpretaciones fue con la canción “Precious Lord”. Con 14 años grabó su primer disco titulado “The gospel soul of Aretha Franklin” lleno de un “soul” con melodías interpretadas por la propia Aretha al piano. En 1967 Aretha grabó “Respect” lo que ya la consagró definitivamente como una artista Soul. Ese mismo año se edita el álbum con el mismo título que su primer single con Atlantic, en el que además de este y “Respect” se incluyen temas de Ray Charles y Sam Cooke pero también cuatro temas compuestos por la propia Aretha. Sus dos primeros Grammy llegaron con este disco y en 1968 en una concierto en Chicago el presentador Pervis Spann la llamó “Reina del Soul”. La lista comienza con una canción que seguro que recuerdas de la banda sonora de “Blues Brothers” titulada Think, para seguir con uno de sus primeros éxitos, Respect, continuamos con una balada titulada (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman, para continuar con Chain of Fools, seguimos con Freeway of Love y la penúltima canción es You Are My Sunshine. Cerramos esta lista con I Say a Little Prayer recordando a la Reina del Soul.

Me gustan los viernes
#028 - Y la Reina del Soul subió a los cielos - Me gustan los viernes

Me gustan los viernes

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2018 28:43


Aretha Louise Franklin nació en la primavera del 42 en Memphis, hija del predicador Clarence Franklin y la cantante de góspel Barbara Franklin se trasladó de niña a vivir a Detroit. Su trayectoria musical comenzó como cantante de góspel, una de sus primeras interpretaciones fue con la canción “Precious Lord”. Con 14 años grabó su primer disco titulado “The gospel soul of Aretha Franklin” lleno de un “soul” con melodías interpretadas por la propia Aretha al piano. En 1967 Aretha grabó “Respect” lo que ya la consagró definitivamente como una artista Soul. Ese mismo año se edita el álbum con el mismo título que su primer single con Atlantic, en el que además de este y “Respect” se incluyen temas de Ray Charles y Sam Cooke pero también cuatro temas compuestos por la propia Aretha. Sus dos primeros Grammy llegaron con este disco y en 1968 en una concierto en Chicago el presentador Pervis Spann la llamó “Reina del Soul”. La lista comienza con una canción que seguro que recuerdas de la banda sonora de “Blues Brothers” titulada Think, para seguir con uno de sus primeros éxitos, Respect, continuamos con una balada titulada (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman, para continuar con Chain of Fools, seguimos con Freeway of Love y la penúltima canción es You Are My Sunshine. Cerramos esta lista con I Say a Little Prayer recordando a la Reina del Soul.

Renegade Talk Radio
E.G Goes In on MADONNA,MTV,NIKKI MINAJ!!!!!!!!!

Renegade Talk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 21, 2018 17:24


Madonna went on: 'So I showed up for the audition and two very large French record producers sat in the empty theater, daring me to be amazing. The dance audition went well. Then they asked me if I had sheet music and a song prepared. I panicked. I had overlooked this important part of the audition process... 'I had to think fast, my next meal was on the line. Fortunately one of my favorite albums was Lady Soul by Aretha Franklin. I blurted out 'You Make Me Feel'… silence. '(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman.' Two French guys nodded at me. I said, 'You know, by Aretha Franklin.'' She continued: 'They looked over at the pianist, he shook his head. 'I don't need sheet music,' I said, 'I know every word. I know the song by heart, I will sing it a cappella.' I could see that they did not take me seriously — and why should they? The criticism didn’t seem to dissuade Minaj, as she maintained her opinion while talking to TMZ before the VMAs. “I am the new Harriet Tubman,” she said on her way to the VMAs. When asked if she thought it was too far given Tubman’s slavery connections, Minaj repeated, “No, no, I am Harriet Tubman. Leave me alone.” The controversy began Monday afternoon when she tweeted about Tubman, praising her for shaking “s–t up.”

FRANCY AND FRIENDS
paying tribute to queen of soul

FRANCY AND FRIENDS

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2018 49:00


  She is both a 20th and 21st century musical and cultural icon known the world over simply by her first name: Aretha. The reigning and undisputed “Queen Of Soul” has created an amazing legacy that spans an incredible six decades, from her first recording as a teenage gospel star, to her most recent RCA Records release, ARETHA FRANKLIN SINGS THE GREAT DIVA CLASSICS. Her many countless classics include “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman,” “Chain Of Fools,” “I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You)”; her own compositions “Think,” “Daydreaming” and “Call Me”; her definitive versions of “Respect” and “I Say A Little Prayer”; and global hits like “Freeway Of Love,” “Jump To It,” “I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me),” her worldwide chart-topping duet with George Michael, and “A Rose Is Still A Rose.” The recipient of the U.S.A.’s highest civilian honor, The Presidential Medal Of Freedom, an eighteen (and counting) GRAMMY Award winner – the most recent of which was for Best Gospel Performance for “Never Gonna Break My Faith” with Mary J. Blige in 2008 – a GRAMMY Lifetime Achievement and GRAMMY Living Legend awardee, Aretha Franklin’s powerful, distinctive gospel-honed vocal style has influenced countless singers across multi-generations, justifiably earning her Rolling Stone magazine’s No. 1 placing on the list of “The Greatest Singers Of All Time.” Marking a glorious reunion with music industry legend Clive Davis (Chief Creative Officer for Sony Music Entertainment) – with whom she worked for the longest period of her recording career, twenty-three years at Arista Records (1980-2003) – Aretha continues her time-honored tradition of creating new music that is innovative, vital and fresh.  

FRANCY AND FRIENDS
paying tribute to queen of soul

FRANCY AND FRIENDS

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2018 49:00


  She is both a 20th and 21st century musical and cultural icon known the world over simply by her first name: Aretha. The reigning and undisputed “Queen Of Soul” has created an amazing legacy that spans an incredible six decades, from her first recording as a teenage gospel star, to her most recent RCA Records release, ARETHA FRANKLIN SINGS THE GREAT DIVA CLASSICS. Her many countless classics include “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman,” “Chain Of Fools,” “I Never Loved A Man (The Way I Love You)”; her own compositions “Think,” “Daydreaming” and “Call Me”; her definitive versions of “Respect” and “I Say A Little Prayer”; and global hits like “Freeway Of Love,” “Jump To It,” “I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me),” her worldwide chart-topping duet with George Michael, and “A Rose Is Still A Rose.” The recipient of the U.S.A.’s highest civilian honor, The Presidential Medal Of Freedom, an eighteen (and counting) GRAMMY Award winner – the most recent of which was for Best Gospel Performance for “Never Gonna Break My Faith” with Mary J. Blige in 2008 – a GRAMMY Lifetime Achievement and GRAMMY Living Legend awardee, Aretha Franklin’s powerful, distinctive gospel-honed vocal style has influenced countless singers across multi-generations, justifiably earning her Rolling Stone magazine’s No. 1 placing on the list of “The Greatest Singers Of All Time.” Marking a glorious reunion with music industry legend Clive Davis (Chief Creative Officer for Sony Music Entertainment) – with whom she worked for the longest period of her recording career, twenty-three years at Arista Records (1980-2003) – Aretha continues her time-honored tradition of creating new music that is innovative, vital and fresh.  

Afro Pop Remix
1971: What's Really Going On - Spcl. Gsts. Janice & Edward

Afro Pop Remix

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2018 94:56


Topics: The Black Church, Jessie Jackson, Marvin Gaye, Aretha Franklin, Shaft, & Soul Train. (Bonus Artist: Luck Pacheco)   1971 Overview Snapshots 1.    Richard Nixon still President 2.    Vietnam War still going: (year 16 of 19) 3.    Deaths: 2,357 of 58,318 total 4.    Congressional Black Caucus created 5.    Soledad Brothers (California) and Attica (New York) prison riots 6.    The Supreme Court rules unanimously that busing of students may be ordered to achieve racial desegregation. 7.    Maya Angelou’s, Gwendolyn Brooks, and Nikki Giovanni all publish books 8.    Beverly Johnson is the first black woman to appear on the cover of a major fashion magazine (Glamour). 9.    QUESTION: Because schools are socializing and educational institutions, did busing “undercut” black identity and intellect or help us get along better in a diverse world and learn more? Jesse Louis Jackson Sr.: Civil rights activist, Baptist minister, and politician from Greenville, South Carolina, U.S. 10.    Breakout Year: The "Black Expo" in Chicago, attend by 800,000+, to encourage black business and he organizes People United to Save Humanity (P.U.S.H.) 11.    FYI: Graduate from University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign 12.    Started working for Martin Luther King Jr. in 1965 13.    Jackson participated in the Selma to Montgomery marches. 14.    Became known for commanding public attention since he first started with MLK. 15.    MLK was impressed by JJ’s drive and organizational abilities but was also concerned about his ambition and attention-seeking. 16.    1971 he grabs the MLK legacy and becomes the de facto face of the “Black Church”. 17.    QUESTION: I appreciate Jessie, but why don’t I trust him? The Black Church: Always in the Mix. (JJ  18.    The phrase "black church" refers to Protestant churches that minister to predominantly black congregations. 19.    Segregationist discouraged and often prevented blacks from worshiping with whites.  20.    This created culturally distinct communities and worship practices that incorporated African spiritual traditions. 21.    Gradually, slaves developed their own interpretations of the Scriptures. Finding inspiration in stories of oppression and deliverance like Moses vs. Pharaoh. 22.    Question: First image that comes to mind? 23.    Key event: Philadelphia, PA 1787 – Birth of the “Black Church”: Richard Allen founded the Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church (AME). The first fully independent black denomination. 24.    The AME church put a high premium on education, tended to attract the middle class, and produce black leadership. 25.    After the Civil War, "Baptists" grew rapidly, due primarily to a more independent governing structure. 26.    Baptist churches are governed locally, by the congregation. 27.    Major Difference Between Methodist and Baptist: The Method of Baptism [Pentecostals require additional reading] 28.    Who: Methodists baptize infants. Baptists only baptizes those capable of understanding. 29.    How: Methodists baptize with immersion, sprinkling, and pouring. Baptists only with immersion. 30.    Question: Any special memories about you or someone else being baptized? The Civil Rights Period: The Baptist “Come Up” 31.    Black churches were the heart and soul: acting as information hubs and centers of solidarity, while also providing leadership, organizational manpower, and moral guidance during this period. 32.    Notable minister-activists: Martin Luther King, Jr. - Baptists (Atlanta, GA), Ralph David Abernathy - Baptist (Linden, AL), Bernard Lee - Baptist (Norfolk, VA), Fred Shuttlesworth - Baptist (Mount Meigs, AL), Wyatt Tee Walker - Baptists (Brockton, MA), C. T. Vivian - Baptist (Boonville, MO) *Obama awarded him The P.M.o.H. in 2013.  Practices 33.    Main features: African ritual, slave emotionalism, and speaking/story-telling eloquence.  34.    Services: devotional prayer, singing by the congregation and choir, and the minister's sermon. 35.    Many ministers use drama, poetry, and the "call and response" tradition to connect with and energize the congregation. Question: Have you ever visited a “white” church and felt the difference? Politics and social issues 36.    Tendency to focus more on social issues. (poverty, gang violence, drug use, prison ministries, racism, etc.) 37.    Generally, more socially conservative [i.e., same-sex marriage, LGBT issues, women's rights, etc.] Present Day: Quick facts (Pew Research Center’s 2014 Religious Landscape Study) 38.    Roughly eight-in-ten (79%) Blacks self-identify as Christian.  39.    The share of African Americans who identify as religiously “unaffiliated” has increased in recent years, mirroring national trends. 40.    This shift may help explain the popularity of non-church led activism, such as Black Lives Matter, Contributions of the Black Church 41.    The church has housed and fed the poor, assisted with psychologically negative and destructive habits, helped others overcome social and economic oppression, provided leadership development, supported the black family structure, acted as a social network and liaison for businesses, educated youths and adults, mentored "at risk" youth, provided job development skills, offered scholarships, built recreation centers, provided prison aftercare and drug prevention programs, and many other things. 42.    Functioned as a primary repository for "Black Culture", housing much of our history and traditions. Conclusion: 43.    Historically, the Black Church has been a major agent for socioeconomic and religious empowerment since the post-slavery era. 44.    It has acted as a reliable ally and sanctuary to the black community. Question: Will the Black Church be as vital to the next generation? Economics 45.    Unemployment Rate = 5.8% / Minimum Wage = $1.60, up .15c ($64w, $3,200y, ~$19,800 in 2018) Music 46.    Top Singles for the entire year of 1971 (Source: http://billboardtop100of.com/1971-2/) (*) = Black Artists / (it took 40 songs to get 10 black artists) -1    Three Dog Night: Joy To The World -2    Rod Stewart: Maggie May / (Find A) Reason To Believe -3    Carole King: It’s Too Late / I Feel The Earth Move -4    Osmonds: One Bad Apple -5    Bee Gees: How Can You Mend A Broken Heart -6    Raiders: Indian Reservation -7    Donny Osmond: Go Away Little Girl -8    John Denver: Take Me Home, Country Roads -9(1)    Temptations: Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me) -10    Dawn: Knock Three Times -11    Janis Joplin: Me And Bobby McGee -12(2)    Al Green: Tired Of Being Alone -13(3)    Honey Cone: Want Ads -14(4)    Undisputed Truth: Smiling Faces Sometimes -15(5)    Cornelius Brothers and Sister Rose: Treat Her Like A Lady -16    James Taylor: You’ve Got A Friend -17(6)    Jean Knight: Mr. Big Stuff -18    Rolling Stones: Brown Sugar -19    Lee Michaels: Do You Know What I Mean -20    Joan Baez: The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down -21(7)    Marvin Gaye: What’s Going On -22    Paul and Linda McCartney: Uncle Albert-Admiral Halsey -23(8)    Bill Withers: Ain’t No Sunshine -24    Five Man Electrical Band: Signs -25    Tom Jones: She’s A Lady -26    Murray Head and The Trinidad Singers: Superstar -27(9)    Free Movement: I Found Someone Of My Own -28    Jerry Reed: Amos Moses -29    Grass Roots: Temptation Eyes -30    Carpenters: Superstar -31    George Harrison: My Sweet Lord / Isn’t It A Pity -32    Donny Osmond: Sweet And Innocent -33    Ocean: Put Your Hand In The Hand -34    Daddy Dewdrop: Chick-a-boom -35    Carpenters: For All We Know -36    Sammi Smith: Help Me Make It Through The Night -37    Carpenters: Rainy Days And Mondays -38    Gordon Lightfoot: If You Could Read My Mind -40(10)    Jackson 5: Never Can Say Goodbye 47.    Question: Best Single? Top Albums 48.    Jan - ...To Be Continued, Isaac Hayes 49.    Feb - Curtis, Curtis Mayfield 50.    Apr - Live in Cook County Jail, B.B. King 51.    May - Maybe Tomorrow, The Jackson 5 52.    Jun - Aretha Live at Fillmore West, Aretha Franklin 53.    Jul - What's Going On, Marvin Gaye 54.    Jul - Shaft    Soundtrack, Isaac Hayes 55.    Question: Best album? Key Artists 56.    Marvin Gaye: American singer, songwriter and record producer. Gaye helped to shape the sound of Motown in the 1960s, first as an in-house session player and later as a solo artist with a string of hits, including "Ain't That Peculiar", "How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)" and "I Heard It Through the Grapevine", and duet recordings with Mary Wells, Kim Weston, Diana Rossand Tammi Terrell, later earning the titles "Prince of Motown" and "Prince of Soul". 57.    During the 1970s, he recorded the albums What's Going On and Let's Get It On and became one of the first artists in Motown (joint with Stevie Wonder) to break away from the reins of a production company. His later recordings influenced several contemporary R&B subgenres, such as quiet storm and neo soul. Following a period in Europe as a tax exile in the early 1980s, he released the 1982 Grammy Award-winning hit "Sexual Healing" and its parent album Midnight Love. 58.    Aretha Louise Franklin: American singer and songwriter. Franklin began her career as a child singing gospel at New Bethel Baptist Church in Detroit, where her father, C. L. Franklin, was minister. In 1960, at the age of 18, she embarked on a secular career. 59.    In 1967, Franklin achieved commercial acclaim and success with songs such as "Respect", "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman", "Spanish Harlem" and "Think". 60.    By the end of the 1960s decade she had gained the title "The Queen of Soul".  61.    Franklin eventually became the most charted female artist in the history. 62.    Franklin has won a total of 18 Grammy Awards and is one of the best-selling musical artists of all time, having sold over 75 million records worldwide. Franklin has been honored throughout her career including a 1987 induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, in which she became the first female performer to be inducted. She was inducted to the UK Music Hall of Fame in 2005. In August 2012, Franklin was inducted into the GMA Gospel Music Hall of Fame. Franklin is listed in at least two all-time lists on Rolling Stone magazine, including the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time; and the 100 Greatest Singers of All Time. African-American Cinema 63.    Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song is a 1971 American independent action thriller film written, co-produced, scored, edited, directed by and starring Melvin Van Peebles. His son Mario Van Peebles also appears in a small role, playing the title character as a young boy. It tells the picaresque story of a poor black man on his flight from the white authority. 64.    Van Peebles began to develop the film after being offered a three-picture contract for Columbia Pictures. No studio would finance the film, so Van Peebles funded the film himself, shooting it independently over a period of 19 days, performing all of his own stunts and appearing in several sex scenes, reportedly unsimulated. He received a $50,000 loan from Bill Cosby to complete the project. The film's fast-paced montages and jump-cuts were unique features in American cinema at the time. The picture was censored in some markets and received mixed critical reviews. However, it has left a lasting impression on African-American cinema. 65.    The musical score of Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song was performed by Earth, Wind & Fire. Van Peebles did not have any money for traditional advertising methods, so he released the soundtrack album prior to the film's release to generate publicity. Huey P. Newton celebrated and welcomed the film's revolutionary implications, and Sweetback became required viewing for members of the Black Panther Party. According to Variety, it demonstrated to Hollywood that films which portrayed "militant" blacks could be highly profitable, leading to the creation of the blaxploitation genre, although critic Roger Ebert did not consider this example of Van Peebles' work to be an exploitation film. 66.    Release date: April 23, 1971 / Budget: $150k (~920k today) / Gross: $4.1m (~25m today) 67.    Shaft is a 1971 American blaxploitation action-crime film directed by Gordon Parks and written by Ernest Tidyman and John D. F. Black. The film revolves around a private detective named John Shaft who is hired by a Harlem mobster to rescue his daughter from the Italian mobsters who kidnapped her. The film stars Richard Roundtree as John Shaft, Moses Gunn as Bumpy Jonas, Charles Cioffi as Vic Androzzi, and Christopher St. John as Ben Buford. The major themes present in Shaft are the Black Power movement, race, masculinity, and sexuality. It was filmed within the New York City borough of Manhattan, specifically in Harlem, Greenwich Village, and Times Square. 68.    Shaft was one of the first blaxploitation films, and one of the most popular, which "marked a turning point for this type of film and spawned a number of sequels and knockoffs." The Shaft soundtrack album, recorded by Isaac Hayes, was also a success, winning a Grammy Award for Best Score Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture; and a second Grammy that he shared with Johnny Allen for Grammy Award for Best Instrumental Arrangement; Grammy Award for Best Original Score; the "Theme from Shaft" won the Academy Award for Best Original Song and has appeared on multiple Top 100 lists, including AFI's 100 Years...100 Songs. Widely considered a prime example of the blaxploitation genre. Shaft was selected in 2000 for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress for being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant." 69.    Release date: July 2, 1971 / Budget: 500k (~3m today) / Gross: $13m (~80m today) 70.    The film was one of only three profitable movies that year for MGM,  71.    It not only spawned several years of "blaxploitation" action films, it earned enough money to save then-struggling MGM from bankruptcy Television: 72.    Soul Train is an American music-dance television program which aired in syndication from October 2, 1971 to March 27, 2006. In its 35-year history, the show primarily featured performances by R&B, soul, dance/pop and hip-hop artists, although funk, jazz, disco and gospel artists also appeared. The series was created by Don Cornelius, who also served as its first host and executive producer. 73.    Some commentators have called Soul Train a "black American Bandstand," 74.    Cornelius acknowledged Bandstand as a model for his program, but he tended to bristle at the Bandstand comparisons. 75.    Cornelius, with help from Jesse Jackson, openly accused Dick Clark of trying to undermine TV's only Black-owned show, when Clark launched "Soul Unlimited". 76.    Cornelius was relatively conservative in his musical tastes and was admittedly not a fan of the emerging hip hop genre, believing that the genre did not reflect positively on African-American culture (one of his stated goals for the series). 77.    Rosie Perez testified in the 2010 VH1 documentary Soul Train: The Hippest Trip in America that Cornelius also disliked seeing the show's dancers perform sexually suggestive "East Coast" dance moves. 78.     This disconnect (which was openly mocked in an In-Living Color sketch where Cornelius and the show were lampooned as extremely old and out of touch) eventually led to Cornelius's stepping down as host in the early 1990s and the show's losing its influence. Black Church Sources: https://thewitnessbcc.com/history-black-church/ https://aaregistry.org/story/the-black-church-a-brief-history/ http://news.gallup.com/poll/200186/five-key-findings-religion.aspx [2016] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Religion_in_Black_America#Baptists https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Religion_in_Black_America http://www.pewresearch.org/fact-tank/2018/02/07/5-facts-about-the-religious-lives-of-african-americans/

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Theatre First
67: Beautiful - The Carol King Musical (Melbourne Production) - Theatre First with Alex First

Theatre First

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 18, 2018 5:45


Stream episodes on demand from www.bitesz.com (mobile friendly). Beautiful - The Carole King Musical She fought her way into the record industry as a teenager and sold her first hit, Will You Love Me Tomorrow, when she was just seventeen. By the time she was twenty, she was writing number ones for the biggest acts in rock ‘n’ roll, including The Drifters, The Shirelles, Aretha Franklin and The Monkees. But it wasn’t until her personal life began to crack that she finally managed to find her own voice and step into the spotlight. BEAUTIFUL is the inspiring true story of King’s journey from school girl to superstar; from her relationship with husband and song-writing partner Gerry Goffin, their close friendship and playful rivalry with fellow song-writing duo Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil, to her remarkable rise to stardom. Along the way, she became one of the most successful solo acts in popular music history, with countless classics such as (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman, I Feel The Earth Move, Take Good Care of My Baby, You’ve Got a Friend, So Far Away, One Fine Day, It’s Too Late, Tapestry and Locomotion. For more visit http://www.beautifulmusical.com.au/about/ Theatre First RSS feed: https://audioboom.com/channels/4839371.rss Subscribe, rate and review Theatre First at all good podcatcher apps, including Apple Podcasts (formerly iTunes), Stitcher, Pocket Casts, audioBoom, CastBox.fm, Podbean etc. If you're enjoying Theatre First podcast, please share and tell your friends. Your support would be appreciated...thank you. #theatre #stage #reviews #Melbourne #Australia #Beautiful Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Euphoric Musicality Radio
Episode 29 - Sea of Hands

Euphoric Musicality Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2018 179:54


It’s that time again and another show is ready to go. As per usual, variety is on display proving the fact that adding music to your day can put you in the right frame of mind. This go around is full of musical treasures that are fit to burst. We cover diverse genres such as strong women songwriters, western rock, collaborations, brand spanking new tunes, rock solid fuzz, and “Three of a Kind”. Join us once again for a musical journey of the highest order; join us for Euphoric Musicality Radio.Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/euphoricmusicalityradioFollow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/euphmusicradioE-mail: euphoricmusicalityradio@gmail.comWebsite: www.euphoricmusicalityradio.caCredits:EMR Host: CurtisEMR Producer: Lesley Playlist:1) Between My Legs, Rufus Wainwright (0:00:00)2) Horses of the Sun, Bat for Lashes (0:06:36)3) Long Goodbye, Basia Bulat (0:11:30)4) Dance Anthem of the 80’s, Regina Spektor (0:15:09)5) Queen of Peace, Florence & the Machine (0:20:12)6) Living It Up, Rickie Lee Jones (0:27:13)7) (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman, Carole King (0:33:26)8) From the Air, Laurie Anderson (0:37:09)9) One-Eyed Jack, Andre Williams & The Sadies (0:44:12)10) It Just Dawned On Me, John Doe & The Sadies (0:48:12)11) Crater, Gore Downie & The Sadies (0:50:29)12) It’s Easy (Like Walking), The Sadies (0:55:31)13) Hey Jude, Wilson Pickett (0:59:27)14) Follow Them True, Stick in the Wheel (1:05:29)15) Pews, Nadine (1:08:11)16) Baby’s Got The Blues, H.C. McEntire (1:12:46)17) Whitehouse Road, Tyler Childers (1:18:38)18) Halfway Towards a Healing, The Lost Brothers (1:23:03)19) Bridge to Nowhere, Calexico (1:26:58)20) Pink Flamingo, The Liminanas (1:31:27)21) Only Love, Xyloris White (1:34:07)22) Comite Rouge, La Feline (1:37:30)23) Red Shoes, The Durutti Column (1:45:04)24) Home for Moss Valley, Jim Ghedi (1:48:08)25) Lankum, What Will We Do When We Have No Money? (1:54:50)26) Hayday, The Replacements (2:00:38)27) Colour Me Impressed, The Replacements (2:02:37)28) Dose of Thunder, The Replacements (2:05:18)29) Soft Collar Fad, No Age (2:11:56)30) Egypt Berry, Night Beats (2:14:20)31) Radio Kids, Strand of Oaks (2:19:33)32) Back in ‘74, Endless Boogie (2:24:02)33) Stackt, Brant Bjork (2:33:15)34) Back to the River, We Hunt Buffalo (2:36:40)35) I’ve Been Trying to Leave, Quest for Fire (2:41:30)36) Shadows, Red Fang (2:51:33)37) Wolf Named Crow, Corrosion of Conformity (2:54:42)

Theatre First
48: Beautiful The Carol King Musical - Theatre First with Alex First Episode 48

Theatre First

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2017 5:40


Stream episodes on demand from www.bitesz.com (mobile friendly) Beautiful: The Carol King Musical BEAUTIFUL is the inspiring true story of King’s journey from school girl to superstar; from her relationship with husband and song-writing partner Gerry Goffin, their close friendship and playful rivalry with fellow song-writing duo Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil, to her remarkable rise to stardom. Along the way, she became one of the most successful solo acts in popular music history, with countless classics such as (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman, I Feel The Earth Move, Take Good Care of My Baby, You’ve Got a Friend, So Far Away, One Fine Day, It’s Too Late, Tapestry and Locomotion. For more visit: http://www.beautifulmusical.com.au Subscribe to the Theatre First podcast at all good podcatcher apps including Apple Podcasts (iTunes), Stitcher, Pocketcasts, audioBoom etc. #theatre #reviews #podcast #CarolKing #musical #Sydney #LyricTheatre Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

NFOTUSA Soldiers Speak Radio

Join us this week as we welcome singer songwriter and producer, Louise Goffin. Born in Brooklyn, New York, and raised in LA’s Laurel Canyon during its music halcyon days, Louise Goffin is a multi-talented, modern-day renaissance woman. Her jobs in music have ranged from singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, recording artist, record producer, and has been known to tour as a hired gun for other artists. She released her debut album on Elektra/Asylum when she was 19. Along the way Louise produced a Grammy-nominated record for her mother Carole King, “A Holiday Carole” which was King's 17th studio album. Louise has released eight solo albums of her own, on major labels ranging from Elektra/ Asylum, Warner Bros. and Dreamworks to independent releases on her Majority of One imprint. The Essential Louise Goffin (Vol. 1), her eighth record, features never released tracks including her own upcoming new single "5th of July", a duet with Joseph Arthur on an unearthed Goffin/King song, "If I'm Late", "Take A Giant Step" featuring Jakob Dylan, "Devil's Door" with Cyanide Social Club, and the iconic "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman." An accomplished songwriter in her own right, the younger Goffin began to record some of the songs she loved that were written by her songwriting parents as homage to her father, lyricist Gerry Goffin who passed on June 19th 2014. During her career, Louise has played with Tears For Fears, Bryan Ferry, David Gilmore, Stevie Nicks and Donovan. We will talk to Louise about her upcoming schedule, get a behind the scenes look at her music, feature her latest songs, and ask her to share her message for the troops. Please be sure to visit Louise Goffin at https://www.louisegoffin.com/ and spread the word. Our message to the troops: WE do what we do, because YOU do what you do.

Classic Album Sundays
Carole King 'Tapestry' - Classic Album Sundays Album of The Month

Classic Album Sundays

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2016 16:40


As part of our Album of the Month series, Classic Album Sundays took an in-depth look at Carole King's 'Tapestry'. Classic Album Sundays' founder Colleen 'Cosmo' Murphy tells the story behind Carole King’s second album featuring songs penned by King that had previously been hits for other musicians such as Aretha Franklin’ with “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” and The Shirelles with “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow”. The album’s impact cannot be underestimated as it would go on to win four Grammy’s making King the first solo female artist to win the Grammy Award for Record of the Year, and the first woman to win the Grammy Award for Song of the Year alongside Grammy’s for Album of The Year and Best Pop Vocal Performance. Check out Carole King's influences and contemporaries on our Musical Lead-Up Playlist here: http://classicalbumsundays.com/carole-king-tapestry-musical-lead-up-playlist/

Desert Island Discs: Archive 1976-1980
Dick Clement & Ian La Frenais

Desert Island Discs: Archive 1976-1980

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 1979 28:15


Roy Plomley's castaways are scriptwriters Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais. Favourite track: You Make Me Feel Like A Natural Woman by Aretha Franklin Book: Teach yourself the guitar and Winnie the Pooh by A.A. Milne Luxury: Cards and a guitar