A mediados de los años ochenta del pasado siglo, el batería Tony Williams ya podía ser considerado uno de los grandes protagonistas del jazz moderno. En el segundo gran quinteto de Miles Davis de los '60 había construido el paradigma de la rítmica postbop que iba a influir en varias generaciones de músicos en las siguientes décadas. Había sido también el gran pionero del jazz-rock, con su banda Lifetime, que con el álbum Emergency de 1969, dio a conocer al mundo este concepto musical revolucionario, antes incluso de que el propio Davis grabara su seminal registro Bitches Brew. En el año 1986, cuando ya pocas cosas tenía que demostrar al mundo este genial artista, puso en la carretera un quinteto, que tendría un importante papel en el regreso del jazz acústico que se produce desde finales de los años 70, especialmente con la banda VSOP, cuya rítmica estaba también a cargo del propio Williams y que hoy podemos contemplar como un elemento precursor de la generación de los Young Lions que irrumpiría en la década de los noventa. Los cinco registros producidos por esta banda desde el año 1986, hasta su despedida en los escenarios de Tokyo en 1992, nos muestran la originalidad y la frescura de una propuesta artística inspirada sin duda en la música de los Jazz Messengers de Art Blakey, modernizada con los elementos más vanguardistas de la banda del Davis de los 60. La solidez rítmica de Williams, la originalidad de sus composiciones que constituyeron el repertorio de la banda y el virtuosismo e inspiración de sus solistas, son los tres pilares que sostienen este legendario conjunto. En Radio Jazznoend os ofrecemos algunos de los momentos más brillantes del gran quinteto de Tony Williams de los ochenta que ha de ser recordado como una de las piezas esenciales de la historia del jazz moderno.
Interview by Kris PetersBrisbane outfit Young Lions are on the cusp of dropping their fourth album, the wonderfully titled Make A Rainbow And Put It In The Sky, which is out on January 6.An extremely challenging album for the band in many respects, it is also an album that signifies the continued musical growth of the band who are coming off the back of the universally praised previous release Mr. Spaceman in 2015.It has been a long while between releases for the band, with Zach Britt sitting down with HEAVY to run us through the new album."It has been such a journey," he affirmed. "I'm so excited. This one is really cathartic to get out. Every album, I'm sure you would understand, has such a distinct journey in itself but this one for us has been quite arduous. Coming through what was 2020 to 2022 for music, entertainment, and the whole world with super big changes for all of us... we wrote this album from 2018... the whole thing has been crazy. Where it was getting mixed got flooded, there was just all these insane things that happened on the way. That's kind of where the album title came from. There's just been this huge, big effort to put something out that will give people a smile at the end of the day."Musically, Make A Rainbow And Put It In The Sky distances itself somewhat from it's predecessor, with Britt saying it was important Young Lions created a new body of work rather than rehash a winning formula."Everything started from a personal point of view," he measured. "A lot of the time with albums before this it would start with the ex guitarist Dan coming to us with all of the beds, but I write everything from scratch as a song standing alone and then took those songs to the band which was something we hadn't done before. We really relished the process that way. I think we got more dynamic than ever before. It might not necessarily be the heavy offering that people got on our first album Burn or the soft element we had on Blue Isla, but it's got a crazy journey. I think it's a little more exploratory than anything we have done before, even coming out of Mr. Spaceman, but there's some heavy hooks in there and some real ragers. I think people who know what we are usually about are going to be able to get a kick out of this one too."In the full interview Zach talks more about the musical side of the album, living up to expectation, resisting the temptation of recycling tried and true material, the musical journey of Young Lions so far, this years 10th anniversary of the band and what they have planned, future shows and more.
Claire de Lune is the alter ego of Restaurateur and Chef, Marc Kuzma. Claire has been a mainstay in Sydney's Gay life for several decades while Marc has been a celebrated mainstay of our food scene. Claire de Lune gained fast notoriety after her 17 cooking segments on Channel 9 “The Midday Show” with Kerrie Anne. She then did her Drag apprenticeship by working in most of Sydney Gay and Lesbian venues. Renowned for her kooky sense of humour, Claire was often in demand on TV, radio and for corporate functions. Claire career peeked in 2000 by winning 3 DIVA (drag industry variety award) including entertainer of the year, best cast 3 & under for Lady Penelope's Baby with Verushka Darling, and an award for her charity work, particularly for the AIDS Trust of Australia, an award also won in 2001. Claire also took part in the closing ceremony of the Sydney Olympic Games and was part of the entertainment at the Olympic village during the Paralympic games. 2001 was a great year with From D'Rags To Riches, Claire de Lune The Musical selling out during the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Festival, followed by a 4 week season of The Tempest, a major part in a Lipton Tea television commercial, a guest spot on Beauty and the Beast (channel 10) and as a guest judge on SBS broadcast of the Eurovision song contest. Claire has been featured many times on television: Food Lover's Guide to Australia, Young Lions, White Collar Blue, Fresh, Georges Negus Tonight, Queer TV, Faut pas Rever, Voyage, Mondo Thingo, Good Morning Australia and a Virgin Blue Mobile and Vodaphone ad campaign and the launch of Virgin Atlantic in Sydney. Marc was the general manager at Slide in Oxford street, Sydney and created two highly successful weekly shows: El'Circo and Vampire stories. He now delights patrons at a very special venue that combines exquisite French culinary excellence and stellar cabaret performance at Claire's Kitchen at Le Salon. The restaurant is a favourite destination for diners and connoisseurs of classic cabaret performance. A weekly line-up or artists complements the artistry of Marc and his staff who deliver a superb experience - merging Marc's three great personas - performance, food and fabulousness! The STAGES podcast is available to access and subscribe from Spotify and Apple podcasts. Or from wherever you access your favourite podcasts. A conversation with creatives about craft and career. Recipient of Best New Podcast at 2019 Australian Podcast Awards. Follow socials on instagram (stagespodcast) and facebook (Stages). www.stagespodcast.com.au
Adrian Belew - Young Lions In this episode, we review a solo album by a guy whose solo work should be more well-known. He's worked with an assortment of major artists but he's become a major artist in his own right. Our tracks of the way are The Church's "Under The Milky Way", Thunderclap Newman's "Look Around" and Lee's song "Spicy Tamarind." Cheers, everybody!
How do you deal with a sicko for a tall ship? Would you discover evolution given the chance? Can you stop telling us you read the book? We all beat to quarters reviewing this warmovis. The next movie is The Young Lions (1958).
Award-winning writer, Jared Gallagher, joins us on this episode of The #RatedRR Podcast. Oh yeah, he's a university student, podcaster and, you might have heard, a footballer too. The talented and driven Young Lions midfielder took the time to speak to us about how he balances his different interests in life with his playing career. We also discussed the challenging year that the Singapore U-23s and the Young Lions have had along with how Jared deals with the criticism he has received in his young career. We spoke about his career goals in football and who he is rooting for at the World Cup. All that and much more on the chat. Get involved in the conversation by leaving your comments below and remember to subscribe to the channel for more content.
Guest: On the road to the elective conference, Velani Ludidi joins Amy to discuss the surprising candidate choices made at the ANC Youth League National Task Team special meeting and what the potential impact might be. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In their six short years as a band Brisbane rock outfit Joy In Motion have made a large splash for themselves in what is fast becoming the quickest growing musical area in Australia.Earning support slots for bands like The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus, Young Lions, Never Shout Never and more, Joy In Motion proved their status by winning the band competition for a spot at Good Things Festival in 2019 and slayed their performance on the big stage.They return to the fold at Kaiju Festival, which will be held at Brisbane's Mansfield Tavern on November 12 alongside Kaosis, Empire Within, New Clear Vision and more.CJ Nash tracked the band down ahead of the show to find out more.
Justin and I were fascinated by out Inoki episode, so we decided to go into the entire of concept of what a 'Young Lion' is. If you are new to NJPW then this will fascinate you as the training in New Japan is unique. If you're an old fan you're sure to find some new info. We also chat a little AEW and WWE, but mostly talk about Young Lions, excursion, debuts, the current class and more! Enjoy!
Bukayo Saka dazzles for England, cementing his place as the Lions starting RW for the World Cup. In the ranks of the Young Lions, Folarin Balogun Charlie Patino, and Amario Cozier-Duberry score and Ethan Nwaneri, Lino Sousa, and Myles Lewis-Skelly impress. Mika Biereth continues to light it up (when healthy), but Tim Akinola and Omar Rekik can't catch a break. OH, and you won't want to miss the spectacular performance Miguel Azeez put on in Spain. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Let's keep it going! Thank you to all the participating musicians and educators helping to create this growing treasure for jazz lovers of all ages and abilities. Season 3 is packed with instructional sessions, the "What I Love About..." Series, the "Conversation with..." Series, the STOP-TIME SERIES with Frank Williams, and more! To WATCH the session videos visit www.clearwaterjazz.com/education and click on THE STUDIO or STOP-TIME page. You can learn more at www.clearwaterjazz.com about the annual Clearwater Jazz Holiday music festival tradition and Clearwater Jazz Holiday Foundation's year-round Education & Outreach and other special events.
Orlando City had a pair of split results at home since our last show, with a good performance overall but a severe lack of finishing in a 1-0 loss to Atlanta United during another wet, weather-delayed, midweek match. The Lions could just about have put the Five Stripes' playoff chances on life support but instead Atlanta is knocking on the door and Orlando has more to do if it wants to both clinch and perhaps challenge for a home postseason match. We break down the loss and select our Man of the Match. Things went much more to our liking on Saturday with Toronto FC coming to town looking to keep its faint playoff hopes alive. Instead, this time the Lions stuck the dagger in and eliminated the Reds with a 4-0 beatdown at home to go into the international break on a high note. It was Orlando's biggest regular-season win of the season and biggest ever win over Toronto. We were unanimous again in our Man of the Match selection and it wasn't Facundo Torres, even though he made the MLS Team of the Week, which can be stupid, for reasons we explain on the show. The Pride fell out of playoff contention with a third straight loss and second consecutive via shutout despite having some glorious early scoring chances at Louisville. The team gave it a valiant effort under Interim Head Coach Seb Hines but fizzled at the end of the season as the Pride have done in six of their seven seasons of existence. We discuss the road loss to Racing Louisville and prepare for the worst with North Carolina and San Diego coming in to try to feast on the scraps this week. OCB's season was figuratively over before but now it is literally over after the Young Lions blew a 1-0 lead late and lost 2-1 at home to Toronto FC II on Decision Day to close out their first MLS Next Pro season. While OCB can't hurt us anymore, it will be interesting to keep an eye on what happens with the players this off-season and if any Homegrown signings take place. Jack Lynn was shipped off to San Antonio in the USL Championship, where we hope he gets some playing time at the second tier level. This week's mailbag asked us to draft basketball teams from the Avengers and Justice League members, wanted us to describe MLS, and gave us the keys to a time machine. If there's anything — and we do mean anything — you want us to address on the next show, just ask by tweeting it to us at @TheManeLand with the hashtag #AskTMLPC. With the Lions off this weekend, there were no key match-ups or predictions for Orlando City this week. Stay safe and enjoy the show! Here's how No. 312 went down: 0:15 - The Lions suffered a loss but then got a win, so it was an even week and the team got a few points closer to the postseason but there is still a lot of work to do in the final three games of the season. 32:08 - The Pride and OCB continued to be bad this week and we are not pleased with this development (or lack of any development). 55:00 - We open the mail and for some reason, I had to pick last in a draft for no apparent reason just days after my birthday. Come on! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week, we are joined by Dr. Vincent Casaregola of Saint Louis University to discuss the iconic film From Here to Eternity (1953). While everyone is familiar with Deborah Kerr and Burt Lancaster's famous kiss on the beach, what you might not know is how the film explores masculinity, femininity, and military culture from James Jones's novel of the same name. Dr. Casaregola also walks us through various post-war written materials how they have been adapted to the screen from 1946 through today. We also break down the incredibly talented cast involved in our featured film and the dynamic work Burt Lancaster helped create during this era.Movies and Television ProgramsFrom Here to Eternity (1953)The Caine Mutiny (1954)The Young Lions (1958)The Naked and the Dead (1958)High Noon (1952)Golden Boy (1939)Hollywoodland (2006)Shrek 2 (2004)A Streetcar Named Desire (1951)Twelve O'Clock High (1949)Battleground (1949)Sands of Iowa Jima (1949)Task Force (1949)Scandal Sheet (1952)Backlash (1956)The Last Time I Saw Paris (1954)The Donna Reed Show (1958-1966) and Dallas (1978-1991)The Killers (1946)Brute Force (1947)Marty (1955)Bird man of Alcatraz (1962)The Devil's Disciple (1959)The Young Savages (1961)Elmer Gantry (1960)Judgement at Nuremberg (1961)Come Back, Little Sheba (1952)Run Silent, Run Deep (1958)The Rose Tattoo (1955)Trapeze (1956)The Rainmaker (1956)Gunfight at the O.K. Corral (1957)Separate Tables (1958)Unforgiven (1960)Apache (1954)Seven Days in May (1964)A Hatful of Rain (1957)The Man with the Golden Arm (1955)Walk on the Wild Side (1962)Sweet Smell of Success (1957)A Face in the Crowd (1957)Top Gun (1986)The Hunt for Red October (1990)Saving Private Ryan (1998)The Thin Red Line (1998)Greyhound (2020)Band of Brothers (2001)The Pacific (2010)Platoon (1986)Deer Hunter (1978)Apocalypse Now (1979)Marvel films (various, including the Captain America franchise) NovelsIrwin Shaw's The Young LionsNorman Mailer's The Naked and the DeadJames Jones's From Here to EternityHerman Wouk's The Caine MutinyJames Jones's The Thin Red LineJames Jones's WhistleJoseph Heller's Catch-22Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse-FiveNorman Mailer's Armies of the NightNorman Mailer's Why Are We in Vietnam?Norman Mailer's Of a Fire on the MoonJames Jones's WWIIHerman Wouk's The Winds of WarHerman Wouk's War and RemembranceTim O'Brien's various worksPhilip Caputo's various works
Orlando City went and did the thing, winning the 2022 Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Cup. The Lions claimed a trophy with a resounding (but difficult) 3-0 victory over Sacramento Republic FC thanks in large part to the efforts of Facundo Torres and Benji Michel in the final 15 minutes plus stoppage time. Most of The Mane Land staff was on hand to see this historic event and we're all still basking in the glow of a championship and the prospect of Orlando playing in the Concacaf Champions League. However, this is Central Florida and a little rain is going to fall, obviously. In this case it was allegations of spying lodged before the game by Sacramento. We'll have to keep an eye on what transpires from the investigation but at this point we're not expecting anything major to come from it and we hope that is the case. With the good and the bad comes the ugly, and this past week it was the treatment of Taylor Twellman on social media for the high crime of breaking unwelcome news. Others reported it without much more detail without the vitriol. Having just had a phone conversation with Twellman about Orlando City earlier in the day and having heard the compliments he gave our city and fans just a few hours before that news broke. He reiterated that online but with the unfortunate timing of it being right after his news-breaking tweet and it was met with some true ugliness. That was unfortunate. The Lions went to Philly and took a worse beating than we expected but not a surprising one, all things considered. We'll take the trade-off since it was always going to be a difficult fixture. Orlando City will turn its attention toward a vital two-game homestand now. The Pride lost their second straight — this one at home against the Portland Thorns. Seb Hines' team has no margin for error in the playoff chase and must get a result in Louisville to realistically stay in the fight. OCB played like a team that had just been eliminated from playoff contention with a 6-1 beating at Philadelphia Union II. Honestly, the less said about the Young Lions' match on Sunday, the better. This week's mailbag asked whether college sports are best enjoyed at home or in person. If there's anything — and we do mean anything — you want us to address on the next show, just ask by tweeting it to us at @TheManeLand with the hashtag #AskTMLPC. Finally, we gave our key match-ups and predictions for Orlando City's upcoming home matches against Atlanta United and Toronto FC. Stay safe and enjoy the show! Here's how No. 311 went down: 0:15 - The Lions got a shiny trinket for the trophy case but the buildup wasn't without drama and we address all of it. 48:07 - Orlando City got whacked by a team that's been whacking everyone, the Pride seem to be back to their pre-unbeaten-streak form, and OCB was awful on Sunday. 1:16:53 - We open the mail and look ahead to Atlanta and Toronto. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Orlando City SC found a new way to win last Wednesday, falling behind 2-0 to the Seattle Sounders — a team the Lions had never previously beaten — and then rallying back from two goals down to win, 3-2. That happened despite Mauricio Pereyra missing a penalty kick in the first half that would have pulled the Lions level before the break. The team continues to show resiliency and found a way to win despite rotating the squad and falling behind. We break down Orlando's fourth consecutive victory and second straight at home and make our selections for Man of the Match. Another Lion made MLS Team of the Week, so we mentioned that as well. Benji Michel dropped by to talk about the team's U.S. Open Cup final tonight against Sacramento Republic, which is a special moment for the Orlando native and OCSC Homegrown Player. He also touched on the team's ongoing winning streak and why the team just keeps finding ways to win at the end of games in recent weeks. Big thanks to Benji for his time. The Orlando Pride were off this week but they'll be back in action Friday night at home in a critical match against the Portland Thorns. Every point is precious if the Pride are to keep their postseason hopes alive for 2022. OCB, however, is officially eliminated from playoff contention after the Young Lions fell 2-0 at New England Revolution II. It's been a bit of an up-and-down first season in MLS NEXT Pro for OCB but hopefully the player development side will pay dividends. This week's mailbag invited us for drinks, asked us about tifos, and wants our advice on pregame festivities. If there's anything — and we do mean anything — you want us to address on the next show, just ask by tweeting it to us at @TheManeLand with the hashtag #AskTMLPC. Finally, we gave our key match-ups and predictions for Orlando City's U.S. Open Cup final against Sacramento Republic FC and Saturday's road game at the Philadelphia Union. Stay safe and enjoy the show! Here's how No. 310 went down: 0:15 - The Lions picked up their first win against Seattle in dramatic fashion. 25:10 - Benji Michel hops on to discuss the cup final tonight, what this moment means to him, and the team's recent form. 37:20 - We touch on the Pride and OCB, answer our mail, and make our predictions for two huge matches coming up this week. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Orlando City SC extended its winning streak to a season-best three games but that almost didn't happen. Tesho Akindele's header deep in stoppage time turned a good performance with a meh result into a good performance with a great result at the death. Tesho is making late game-winning goals a habit and that's one that we hope he just can't quit. David Rohe and I are breaking down the latest win by the Lions — at home, no less! — and make our selections for Man of the Match. We also talked about the Lions who were honored this week with an appearance on the MLS Team of the Week. While the Lions finally got a streak going, the Orlando Pride saw theirs come to an end. The seven-game unbeaten run was halted in the 92nd minute on Friday night by Megan Rapinoe, who lifted OL Reign to a late 2-1 win over the Pride at Exploria Stadium. It was a massive game as far as playoff implications and a match the Pride really could have used as a springboard above the postseason line. Alas... Orlando City B split the difference between the senior side and the Pride, with a 2-2 draw Monday night at Osceola County Stadium against FC Cincinnati 2. The Young Lions got a brace from teenage sensation Favian Loyola but it wasn't enough for the win. To make matters worse, the visitors won the post-draw penalty shootout, 7-6, to claim an additional point in the standings. Loyola's brace was a fantastic celebration of the MLS NEXT Pro contract he had signed earlier in the day. We look forward to seeing how that young man develops as a player over the coming years. This week's mailbag asked us about Welcome to Wrexham, Only Murders in the Building, the choice we'd make between a cup final appearance and home-field advantage in the MLS playoffs, and the biopics we'd like to see. If there's anything — and we do mean anything — you want us to address on the next show, just ask by tweeting it to us at @TheManeLand with the hashtag #AskTMLPC. Finally, we gave our key match-ups and predictions for Orlando City's upcoming match tonight at home against the Seattle Sounders. Stay safe and enjoy the show! Here's how No. 309 went down: 0:15 - The Lions might not exactly have gotten “hot,” but they have picked up some wins and it's always nice to beat New York City FC. 27:31 - The Pride did not win or draw. This displeases us. OCB did not win but did draw. That's fine. 41:29 - We answer our mail and make our predictions for the Lions against the Sounders in a midweek tilt. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week, we take a look back at a magical Moth live show. This episode is hosted by Sarah Austin Jenness. Host: Sarah Austin Jenness Live Host: Andy Borowitz Storytellers: Zeroboy explores gluttony in audio. Erica Jong gets a meat and fish delivery from an ex. This episode is dedicated to the memory of Katie Sanderson, who ran The Young Lions program in 2006, and later came to work with us at The Moth.
Q&A with actor/producer/director Jennifer Morrison on a variety of projects. Moderated by Mara Webster, In Creative Company. Actress and filmmaker Jennifer Morrison is a multi-talented force whose work is not only seen in front of the camera, but behind it as well. She has directed for various projects, including episodes for Peacock's “Dr. Death,” the pilot of Peacock's “One of Us Is Lying,” HBO's “Euphoria” and the 2017 comedy-drama film, “Sun Dogs,” which was also produced through her production company, Apartment 3C Productions. In 2016, Jennifer launched her production company with the vision of utilizing the experience she has gained from working alongside talented directors and visionaries throughout her career, in order to craft her own voice as a storyteller across all mediums. Via Jennifer's production company, Apartment 3C Productions, the book club, A3C Reads, in partnership with the Young Lions of the New York Public Library. Each month, A3C Reads will select a book of the month + carry a conversation throughout the month by highlighting favorite quotes from the book, emphasizing themes discussed and will conclude the month with a live interview at with the author of the selected book. These books are all written by a wide array of authors who Jennifer is putting in the spotlight as they are previously unheard voices, have a diverse background, are young, etc.
Orlando City SC had a rare nine-point weekend across the three teams and, for the first time in history, the Lions, Pride, and OCB all won without conceding a goal on the same weekend. The Young Lions got things started with a 2-0 win at New York City FC II, followed by Orlando City's 1-0 win at the New York Red Bulls, and capped by the Pride's 1-0 win at San Diego Wave FC. That doesn't mean it was a perfect weekend of soccer (said the Manchester United fan), but the results from the club — three wins out of three —- were as good as you can get. Dave Rohe and I break down Orlando City's 1-0 win at New York, which included a heartbreaking injury to Alexandre Pato. While the severity isn't known at the time of this writing, things don't sound promising. We selected our Man of the Match (this time we weren't unanimous) and talked about Facundo Torres' weekly honor. The Orlando Pride not only extended their unbeaten streak, they even got a win instead of another draw. Meggie Dougherty Howard's penalty kick goal was enough to lift the Pride to a win over a lot of their former teammates who now ply their trade in San Diego. Alex Morgan looked particularly dangerous all night but generously rocked the woodwork instead of scoring. Seb Hines' bunch are fun to watch and if they can find just a little bit more quality, they could even flirt with a potential playoff spot as the season winds down. To that end, the Pride added speedy forward Ally Watt from OL Reign this week, and Haley Brugeja finally made the match day squad, so Hines might have some attacking reinforcements arriving to help the squad try to get to that next level. OCB bounced back from last week's loss by beating NYCFC II behind Jack Lynn's brace. And while Dave and I don't share some folks' enthusiasm for letting Lynn play for the first team just quite yet, we do enjoy seeing the rookie put the ball in the net for the Young Lions. This week's mailbag asked us whether Hines is the Pride's version of Ted Lasso and how we would sort Orlando City players into the various houses at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. If there's anything — and we do mean anything — you want us to address on the next show, just ask by tweeting it to us at @TheManeLand with the hashtag #AskTMLPC. Finally, we gave our key match-ups and predictions for Orlando City's upcoming match this Sunday night on the road in North Carolina against Charlotte FC. Stay safe and enjoy the show! Here's how No. 307 went down: 0:15 - The Lions attempted only two shots, but one of them went in and that was enough. 26:16 - The Pride just keep finding ways to get results and they're about to add another forward. Plus, OCB got a win away from home. 53:21 - We answer our mail and make our predictions for the Lions against Charlotte. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Pastor Derek discusses with Anne Dawson the place of the UK in Bible Prophecy. Derek makes the case that the UK is Biblical Tarshish. He shows how the scriptures on Tarshish show she is the UK (not Spain). God used the Tarshish nations in the world wars, and to enable Israel's Rebirth. Also, the Tarshish prophecies require Brexit. This is a sign that God is raising the UK up again to fulfil her call and destiny. This is confirmed by the special mention of Tarshish and her young lions in Ezekiel 38:13, as opposing the invasion of Israel by Russia, Iran, Turkey and many other nations in the end times. Derek and Anne also discuss the upcoming and imminent end-time invasion of Israel, prophesied in Ezekiel 38-39
Pastor Derek discusses with Anne Dawson the place of the UK in Bible Prophecy. Derek makes the case that the UK is Biblical Tarshish. He shows how the scriptures on Tarshish show she is the UK (not Spain). God used the Tarshish nations in the world wars, and to enable Israel's Rebirth. Also, the Tarshish prophecies require Brexit. This is a sign that God is raising the UK up again to fulfil her call and destiny. This is confirmed by the special mention of Tarshish and her young lions in Ezekiel 38:13, as opposing the invasion of Israel by Russia, Iran, Turkey and many other nations in the end times. Derek and Anne also discuss the upcoming and imminent end-time invasion of Israel, prophesied in Ezekiel 38-39
Orlando City just flat out sucked on Saturday night. There's no need to sugarcoat it. You saw it. The possession, the shots, the control — none of it means anything without end product and that's especially true when you switch off defensively three times and the opponent makes you pay for it. That's what happened when the Revolution came to town. We've got to talk about it, I suppose, and we'll make a Man of the Match pick as well, but hey, we're doing it under protest. The good news is that Orlando City will not be playing a team on a six-game winless streak for the first time in a few matches when they visit the New York Red Bulls this weekend. The bad news is that the Red Bulls are probably going to be a bit upset about the way the Lions treated them at Exploria Stadium in the U.S. Open Cup semifinals. But that's a problem for another day. The Orlando Pride continue to not lose but they also continue to not win, getting yet another draw during this now-five-game unbeaten streak, which has reached 1-0-4 under Seb Hines. It's great to see the Pride getting results against all odds, but a win or two would sure make it feel a lot better. One thing is certain: If an Orlando City player missed the sitter that Darian Jenkins muffed on Sunday, people would have been a lot meaner about it on social media (and they have been about the Lions, while not so about Jenkins or others on the Pride). OCB was off last week and played like it this week. Actually, that's not fair. The Young Lions played a great first half but simply couldn't produce goals and Toronto FC II punished them for it in the second half, with an identical 3-0 scoreline as the first team had against the Revs. This week's mailbag asked us about Stephen King film adaptations and mockumentaries. If there's anything — and we do mean anything — you want us to address on the next show, just ask by tweeting it to us at @TheManeLand with the hashtag #AskTMLPC. Finally, we gave our key match-ups and predictions for Orlando City's upcoming match this Saturday against the New York Red Bulls. Stay safe and enjoy the show! Here's how No. 306 went down: 0:15 - There was a soccer match. The team we wanted to win did not, in fact, win. 29:28 - The Pride keep eking out results but they're not making up much ground on the playoff line. Still, they're kind of fun to watch. 44:08 - We answer our mail and make our predictions for the Lions against da Bulls. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Orlando City experienced its highest point of the season on Wednesday in a 5-1 blowout win over the New York Red Bulls to reach its first-ever U.S. Open Cup final. Unfortunately, the Lions followed that with one of the season's lowest lows, by conceding twice in a four-minute span in stoppage time Sunday to turn three points into none at D.C. United. This 2022 season sure has been a roller coaster ride. Dave Rohe and Michael Citro are here to talk about all the key discussion points from the two matches and, as always, make our selections for Man of the Match. We've also got a new signing to discuss, which adds more depth to the midfield. And we'd like to address that whole bus parking thing that people seem to want to discuss, with some input from Junior Urso's comments after Sunday's game, actually. The Pride were back to their non-losing ways after a week off, grabbing yet another draw in what is now four straight matches without a loss (1-0-3). The players and interim manager Seb Hines haven't given up on this season and that's about as inspirational a story as we've had on the Pride's side of things this season. Kudos to all involved and long may it continue. We give our thoughts on Sunday's 2-2 draw at Kansas City, which despite the loss of a multi-goal lead, was certainly a decent result for Orlando, all things considered. OCB was off this week, and that makes us a little sad because we didn't get to see Jack Lynn score a goal for the Young Lions. He'll get a chance this weekend at Toronto and hopefully he'll net two just to make up for lost time. This week's mailbag asked us about purple smoke, what we thought of PRO's take on the two contoversial calls in the Philadelphia game — which only made us angry all over again — and (for some reason) made us construct a softball team out of Orlando City players. If there's anything — and we do mean anything — you want us to address on the next show, just ask by tweeting it to us at @TheManeLand with the hashtag #AskTMLPC. Finally, we gave our key match-ups and predictions for Orlando City's upcoming match this Saturday against the New England Revolution. Carles Gil's name might have come up. Stay safe and enjoy the show! Here's how No. 305 went down: 0:15 - The July grind finally came to an end with vastly different outcomes. The bottom line is that the Lions will play for a trophy in September. 47:00 - The Pride get on the scoresheet twice and bring home a hard-fought point against one of the league's hottest teams. 58:06 - Our mailbagbox and our predictions for the Lions against the Revolution. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Orlando City, the Orlando Pride, and OCB all played consecutively on the same day and all got results. That's pretty good. For the Lions, Sunday's 1-1 draw at Atlanta was almost an exact replica of the team's 1-1 draw Wednesday night at Colorado, only with air that's easier to breathe. We break down the twin draws and check our score predictions — we did pretty well! The games were so similar that we were unanimous both matches in our Man of the Match picks, and it was the same player both games. The rumor mill heated up on Monday about the possibility that USMNT forward Nicholas Gioacchini could be an imminent signing for Orlando. He's young, has potential, and could be exactly what the Lions need to help boost their attack. We discussed that, and the rumblings surrounding Alexandre Pato's future. On the Pride side, Seb Hines extended his (interim) team's unbeaten streak to three matches. It wasn't all good, as Orlando failed to score a goal yet again, and this time against an extremely weakened Washington Spirit side. However, any point on the road for the Pride is a good point, so we'll take it. OCB scored first on Sunday at Chicago (through Jack Lynn, naturally) but Fire II looked likely to run away with the match when it built a 3-1 lead. The Young Lions weren't going to be the only OSCS side to not get a result, however, and not only came back to tie the match, but then added another goal to win it. It was one of the highlight moments for OCB this season. This week's mailbag asked us about the pressbox experience at Exploria Stadium, and boy would it be great if the club actually did cover my beer expenses. Our listeners also wanted to get our thoughts on the Marvel Cinematic Universe and Stranger Things because the mailbagbox is a safe space for all topics and not just the beautiful game. If there's anything — and we do mean anything — you want us to address on the next show, just ask by tweeting it to us at @TheManeLand with the hashtag #AskTMLPC. Finally, we talked about the pros and cons of Wednesday's friendly match against Arsenal, and gave our key match-ups and predictions for Orlando City's match on Saturday against Eastern Conference-leading Philadelphia. Stay safe and enjoy the show! Here's how No. 303 went down: 0:15 - A pair of identical twin 1-1 road draws for the Lions, with very little offense and some exposed weaknesses at the fullback position, plus we are talking Nico Gioacchini! 32:08 - The Pride draw Washington for the second time during this NWSL regular season and OCB shocks Chicago Fire II. 42:40 - Our mailbagbox, what's good and bad about the Arsenal friendly, and our predictions for a key Eastern Conference battle against the Union. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Orlando City had a mixed week of soccer since our last show. The Lions got a last-minute goal to send Wednesday's U.S. Open Cup match against Nashville into extra time and then won another dramatic penalty shootout. Then on Monday, Orlando played down to (or below) the level of a struggling D.C. United side and dug too deep a hole to climb out of in a 5-3 home loss. We break down both matches, check the results against our predictions, and make our Man of the Match selections. We also analyze the departure of Silvester van der Water and what the potential loss of Joao Moutinho would mean. The Orlando Pride played better at a racetrack than at their home soccer stadium. The Pride had a great opening 20 minutes but still conceded twice in what looked like yet another shutout loss. But then Orlando found the right groove and stormed (Strom'd?) back for a 2-2 draw with Racing Louisville. In other Pride news, we discuss the departure of Sydney Leroux to Angel City and the signing of Malta international Haley Brugeja. OCB traveled to Rochester and the Young Lions got another Jack Lynn goal but not the win in a 3-2 road loss. Plus, we spent a few minutes on the USWNT and the U-20 USMNT (featuring Orlando City's Michael Halliday). This week's mailbag asked us about the Tampa Bay Rowdies, our favorite Orlando City penalty kicks, and what's wrong with the Lions at the moment. If there's anything — and we do mean anything — you want us to address on the next show, just ask by tweeting it to us at @TheManeLand with the hashtag #AskTMLPC. Finally, we gave our key match-ups and predictions for Orlando City's home match coming up Saturday against Inter Miami. Stay safe and enjoy the show! 0:15 - A draw that felt like a win and a loss that felt like a bigger loss. Plus, goodbye to Silvester van der Water. 50:54 - The Pride rally back at the track and some player comings and goings. OCB lost away. The USWNT faces an important competition and the U-20 men just finished one. 1:04:26 - Our mailbag and our predictions for Inter Miami. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Congratulations to England's Young Lions, our U19's are European Champions after beating Israel in the final, it's a fantastic achievement, but as I explain, let's not get too carried away, this could be as good as it gets for some of them. Running Time: 28:17 Join the debate in our Facebook group at http://bit.ly/2hnHBzi http://www.threelionspodcast.com http://www.Twitter.com/3LionsPodcast http://www.Twitter.com/Russell_Osborne
Wow, it's our 300th episode! Who knew we would get this far before anyone demanded we cease and desist immediately? Orlando City went to Cincinnati a bit shorthanded, became even more shorthanded during warmups, and didn't accomplish much over 90 minutes in a 1-0 away loss to FC Cincinnati. Pedro Gallese played well, Antonio Carlos looked pretty good on his return, and outside of that there weren't a lot of players of whom to sing praises. We break down a meh game in Southwestern Ohio and make our Man of the Math selections (it was unanimous, naturally). The Pride were off this week but there was some news and a little more discussion of how this season has gone and what needs to happen to start any meaningful change. We also discussed the Young Lions of OCB, who got a big away win at Cincinnati, as well as the USWNT's first friendly against Colombia in this international window. That led to some more Pride talk and how talent has not been the teams problem in the past, but it sure isn't a strength of the club at the moment. This week's mailbag asked us about chain restaurants not in our area, MLS expansion cities, Obi-Wan Kenobi, and more. If there's anything — and we do mean anything — you want us to address on the next show, just ask by tweeting it to us at @TheManeLand with the hashtag #AskTMLPC. One of our listeners left the most amazing PawedCast-related stories we've ever heard in her review on Apple Podcasts. That was a bright spot in our week, for sure. Finally, we gave our key match-ups and predictions for Orlando City's home matches within the next week against Nashville SC and D.C. United. Stay safe and enjoy the show! Here's how No. 300 went down: 0:15 - A loss in Cincinnati is not what we had in mind for Orlando City this week. 19:42 - A pause for some Pride talk, a good weekend for OCB, and the USWNT is back on the pitch. 35:27 - Our mailbag and our predictions for Nashville SC in the U.S. Open Cup and D.C. United on the Fourth of July. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Orlando City returned from the international break and immediately was pressed into two matches in quick succession. However, the Lions handled the schedule well, fighting back from a goal down to earn a road draw at New England and taking care of business at home against the Houston Dynamo by earning all three points. We break down the two matches and select our Man of the Match from each game. We also discussed the ongoing problems that Robin Jansson has with the league's referees. Just speak Swedish, big fella! Please! OCB goalkeeper Javier Otero got a short-term contract to serve on the bench vs. the Revs but in the end his presence wasn't needed because Pedro Gallese might be an actual octopus rather than just someone with that nickname. The Orlando Pride were historically bad at Portland and if things don't change soon, these types of results could start occurring far more often. The club's NWSL side just can't compete in the league at the moment after a promising start to the year. To make matters worse, Orlando doesn't even have a center back on the bench at the moment. When will things get better? Maybe 2023? 2024? Who knows? OCB was almost as bad as the Pride on Sunday, falling 6-1 at Columbus. There wasn't even a Jack Lynn goal to celebrate, although Nick Taylor did manage to help the Young Lions avoid the shutout. This week's mailbag asked us about the new turf at Exploria Stadium and our experiences at other sports venues. If there's anything — and we do mean anything — you want us to address on the next show, just ask by tweeting it to us at @TheManeLand with the hashtag #AskTMLPC. Finally we gave our key match-ups and predictions for Orlando City's trip to FC Cincinnati. Stay safe and enjoy the show! Here's how No. 299 went down: 0:15 - A draw and a win for Orlando City's MLS team has things going in the right direction and the Beefy Swede has to learn the value of silence. 38:52 - The Pride and OCB got some excercise and fresh air but did nothing resembling playing soccer on Sunday. Plus some USMNT talk. 1:19:57 - Our mailbag and our predictions for Cincy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Orlando City hasn't played in a while but that's all about to change. With two matches this week, we're all about to fill our need for seeing the Lions on the pitch. Since last week, there's been some news on the injury front. The bad news surrounds Homegrown goalkeeper Mason Stajduhar, while the better news pertains to Benji Michel and Antonio Carlos. We've got all of that for you, plus the new way we'll be watching MLS games starting next season. We also talked about a clown who advanced to the World Cup at the expense of our own dear octopus, Pedro Gallese. The Orlando Pride played in Chicago this past weekend and things didn't go well, although they could have gone worse in Seb Hines' debut as acting manager of the squad. The investigation into Amanda Cromwell and Sam Greene goes on and so do the losses for the Pride, although this one was certainly much more competitive than the last one in Houston. We talk a little about the Pride goings-on but mostly we lament what is turning out to be another season to forget. OCB fell on the road but Jack Lynn just keeps finding the net, so there's at least something positive going on with the Young Lions, who are waiting for some players to return from international duty. Lynn's record pace for OCB continues and we're here for it. This week's mailbag asked us if we've read any good books lately, and it turns out that we have. There was also a question about Stranger Things Season 4 that we stuck at the end for those who aren't ready to be spoiled. Don't worry, we give you plenty of warning before we launch into any spoiler territory. If there's anything — and we do mean anything — you want us to address on the next show, just ask by tweeting it to us at @TheManeLand with the hashtag #AskTMLPC. After a quick chat about the USMNT's win over Grenada (the El Salvador match happened after we recorded), we gave our key match-ups and predictions for Orlando City's trip to New England and home game against Houston. Stay safe and enjoy the show! Here's how No. 298 went down: 0:15 - Mason's surgery, some injured Lions return to training, and MLS finds a way to make its games more accessible for streaming starting in 2023. 24:26 - The Pride's first game under Seb Hines wasn't great but it wasn't worse. Plus, we just kind of vented about the Pride for several minutes. 46:09 - Our OCB rewind, the mailbag, the USMNT, key match-ups and predictions for New England and Houston, and a special spoiler section for a mailbag question about Stranger Things. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hello friends! We missed you. Last week's show was recorded and...unusable. Sometimes the podcasting gods do not smile upon you and so it was last week when the audio on my end was an unmitigated mess. We have a new recording method that seemed to work well and my new mic helps me sound...well, as good as I can sound. So, we covered all the ground we did during the show you didn't hear last week, plus a lot more. Orlando City played twice since we last published a show, and we took a look back at the U.S. Open Cup draw-turned-shootout-win against Inter Miami CF. We also looked back at what happened against FC Dallas just a few days after that emotional result. The Lions seemed to have things well in hand for over an hour and then the roof caved in. We give you our analysis of the two games and make our selections for the Man of the Match for each one. We also discussed Alexandre Pato's revealing and candid look back at his life in soccer in his Player's Tribune piece, and we talked about Mason Stajduhar's contract extension. The Orlando Pride had an improbable rally deep in stoppage time to steal a point against the Washington Spirit. That was nice. But in the team's next game the Pride was disjointed and generally terrible in a shambolic 5-0 loss at Houston. The Dash had no choice but to score buckets of goals because the Pride kept inviting them to do so. It was bad. What was worse, however, was what happened Tuesday, when Pride Head Coach Amanda Cromwell and Assistant Coach Sam Greene were placed on administrative leave pending the outcome of a joint investigation to determine whether the two violated the NWSL's policy to prevent and eliminate workplace discrimination, harassment, and bullying. We dove into what it means and what happens next. OCB had a couple of matches that could have gone better, but Jack Lynn is scoring goals and the Young Lions seem to be in every game at the moment. So that's good from the developmental side. This week's mailbag wanted to know what the NWSL has to do to compete for the title of the world's best league on the women's side, whether the USOC or MLS playoffs need to be two-legged, and more. If there's anything — and we do mean anything — you want us to address on the next show, just ask by tweeting it to us at @TheManeLand with the hashtag #AskTMLPC. And we closed the show with a brief look at the USMNT's recent friendlies. Stay safe and enjoy the show! Here's how No. 297 went down: 0:15 - The Lions got a Tropic Thunder knockout in penalties and then were undone late against Dallas in an exhausting week. 29:59 - The Pride got a surprise draw, a humiliating defeat, and, at least for now, a new coach in Seb Hines. 56:58 - Our OCB rewind, the mailbag, and the USMNT. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Orlando City had things going nicely on Sunday night until...well, you saw it. Referee Joe Dickerson decided to insert himself into the proceedings in the worst way possible and despite leading 2-0 in the second half, the Lions escaped Austin with a 2-2 draw and a pair of suspensions to carry into their next league game. Thanks Joe! We break down the game and the Dickerson decisions and select our Man of the Match. The Orlando Pride split their results in a busy week, going to North Carolina and getting a 2-1 win but then flopping at home in a 4-2 loss to the Chicago Red Stars. You'd probably accept a split entering the week but after the team's best performance of the season, some old habits returned in a shoddy performance — especially in the first half — at home. OCB hadn't scored in four games so the Young Lions decided to make up for lost time, demolishing Inter Miami II by a six-pack, winning 6-0 at home. Perhaps the result, and Jack Lynn's first-ever OCB hat trick, deserve more than a minute this week? You bet. This week's mailbag was a bit light. OK, it was completely empty this week, but that's fine considering all we had to talk about. If there's anything — and we do mean anything — you want us to address on the next show, just ask by tweeting it to us at @TheManeLand with the hashtag #AskTMLPC. And we closed the show by giving our key match-ups and score predictions for tonight's U.S. Open Cup meeting with Inter Miami and Saturday's match-up against FC Dallas. Stay safe and enjoy the show! Here's how No. 296 went down: 0:15 - Way more talk about Joe Dickerson than Joe Dickerson has ever deserved. 47:23 - The Pride were surprising in both matches in the past week, but for far different reasons. 1:04:05 - OCB, an empty mailbag, and prediction time. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode Pastor Harris will teach on the Anti-Christ and the various aspects leading up to his identity being revealed. These final two teachings in this series are going to be extremely revealing. Now, before we continue forward we want to ensure that everyone listening understands that of course Biblical scripture is Biblical scripture, no one can deny that. However, much of what dad teaches throughout this series is his interpretation of what we simply do not know for fact. The truth is… no one knows. The scripture tells us that! Truth is that many people have many different beliefs regarding these scriptures and how they can be interpreted, dad's teachings are simply that, they are his translations. But what I will say about our dad, Pastor Harris, is that he is the most brilliant man we have ever known, and after a lifetime of study, research, debate, history, pondering, and well… prayer, these points we are about to hear are his findings, and his interpretations. All this to say, we thought it was only right to clarify this throughout this series of teachings. Furthermore, anyone is welcome to adopt his stance, support a different stance, or argue their stance. Speaking of stances, Pastor Harris does touch on one of the long time debated topics in Christian Eschatology. It has to do with the Great Tribulation and when exactly the rapture will take place. These are broken up into several schools of thought, the Pre-Tribbers, Mid-Tribbers and Post-Tribbers. To you all out there listening… Do you know which group you belong to? Well, Pastor Harris is about to point out which he group falls in line with and why. Pastor Harris does a fair job sharing the various stances and why each has merit. We will also hear from Pastor Harris concerning things like “The Great Parenthesis” and the “Two Witnesses”. He will also give us his thoughts on what are referred to as “The Young Lions” and who they might reference. Many other intriguing, and otherwise cryptic scriptures will be discussed and hopefully everyone will leave with a better understanding of these apocalyptic topics.
Orlando City had a nice bounce-back game in league play on the return trip to Canada. The Lions went to BMO Field and came home with three points for the first time ever. Orlando had never won in that venue but — thanks to Alexandre Pato's exquisite delivery and Kyle Smith's well-timed noggin flick — brought home a 1-0 victory. We break down the Toronto away match, give our picks for Man of the Match, discuss which Lions showed up on MLS Team of the Week, and check in on last week's predictions. We also touched briefly on the midseason MLSPA salary reveal. The Orlando Pride came home to play the Kansas City Current. For 60 minutes, the Pride played great soccer. However, the Current turned the game around in the final half hour, dominating chances and possession in the final third. It seemed inevitible that Kansas City would score at least one, but the visitors took the lead early in stoppage time. The Pride did well to fight back and Orlando equalized on a late Toni Pressley penalty to earn a come-from-ahead-then-come-from-behind draw at home. We gave our thoughts on the Pride match as well as OCB's first game in three weeks. The Young Lions still can't score goals, falling 1-0 to Philadelphia Union II on the road. OCB is doing a lot of things well — especially goalkeeper Javier Otero — but there seems to be no bite in the attack or enough quality in connecting the lines in the midfield. This week's mailbag asked about which soccer leagues we like best, television characters that are easy to dislike, and the biggest surprises and disappointments on Orlando City's roster at this point in the season. If there's anything — and we do mean anything — you want us to address on the next show, just ask by tweeting it to us at @TheManeLand with the hashtag #AskTMLPC. And we closed the show by giving our key match-ups and score predictions for Sunday's trip to play Austin FC for the first time. Stay safe and enjoy the show! Here's how No. 295 went down: 0:15 - Orlando City shut out another opponent on the road, our Man of the Match, and Team of the Week observations. 31:26 - The Pride picked up a point, but it could have been three. But it could have been none. Plus our thoughts on OCB's match on Monday. 51:28 - The mailbag calls and we answer. Oh, and our picks for the Austin match. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
My guest for this episode is Louis Dowdeswell. Louis is incredible. Louis' seemingly effortless command of the trumpet's upper register puts him in rare air indeed. As one of the Young Lions of the bustling London music scene, you can hear Louis light it up in studios, soundstages, and pits as well as with his own big band. And Louis' video covers of soundtrack tunes have had millions of views worldwide. But the best part is that Louis' laugh comes just as easy as his double C. Check out what Louis has to say about connecting with Wayne Bergeron, being a mentor. learning how to be a successful musician, the Tom Walsh Effect, the London musical path, finding your unique selling proposition, defining moments, change and growth, the necessity of trade-offs, Maynard Ferguson, anatomy and efficiency, the importance of soft playing to develop the upper register, Reinhardt Types, his theory on aperture size and compression, how to practice to develop the upper register, and so much more! So pour yourself a big glass, pull up a chair, and let the hang begin! -------------------------------------------------------------- Find all things Louis at: https://www.louisdowdeswell.com/home Louis on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/ChickenTiko Sound like a million bucks without breaking the bank with Barkley Microphones: http://barkleymic.com/ Let Vennture Mouthpieces help you on your search for the perfect mouthpiece. Use the code "TRUMPETGURUS21" to get 10% off your purchase: https://www.vennture.mp/ If you play hard, you need to make sure you show your chops some love with Robinson's Remedies products: bit.ly/ChopLove Let Jose help you master your mental game: bit.ly/MindfulnessSecrets ------------------------------------------------------------------------ 00:00:00 Intro 00:02:53 Connecting with Wayne Bergeron 00:08:21 Being a mentor 00:15:20 Learning how to be a successful musician 00:23:00 The Tom Walsh Effect 00:29:05 The London musical path 00:32:59 Finding your unique selling proposition 00:40:46 Defining moments 00:51:42 Change and growth 01:01:08 The necessity of trade-offs 01:06:30 Maynard Ferguson 01:10:14 Anatomy and efficiency 01:13:29 The importance of soft playing to develop the upper register 01:19:00 Reinhardt Types 01:21:02 His theory on aperture size and compression 01:29:25 How to practice to develop the upper register 01:32:33 Sound Off 01:37:57 Geared Up 01:42:34 Rapid Fire Round --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thetrumpetgurus/support
In my latest interview I speak with one half of the current UBW and Wrestle Force Tag Team Champion, 'The Smashing One' SMASHING MIKE! In this really fun conversation, we discuss recently becoming the UBW Tag Team champion with his partner, JT. Their partnership and the success they have found in only 8 months together. We talk about Mike's love for pro-wrestling from a very early age and some of his "Go to guys" during his wrestling fandom. Mike tells us about growing up, training in Boxing and Amateur Wrestling, before eventually making that transition in the pro-wrestling world. Mike tells us about his debut and fast rise on the UK scene, becoming the Young Lions champion, making his debut for Progress and the phenomenal crowd reactions wherever he goes and so much more! This was a highly entertaining and energetic interview with one of the best up-and-coming stars non the UK Independent landscape. (Duration 50 mins) You can follow Mike on the following social media channels: Instagram https://www.instagram.com/smashingmike/ Twitter https://twitter.com/smashingmike_s1 Facebook https://www.facebook.com/michael.morrison.54922 Please support our sponsors, Thirteen 10 Apparel Use code THIRTEEN10WMC to save 10% on below link - https://www.wrestlemerchcentral.com/collections/thirteen-10-apparel-store
Orlando City met expansion Charlotte FC for the first time ever and came away with all three points, washing the terrible taste of the Red Bulls match out of our mouths — much like cleansing the palate from the awful taste of actual Red Bull. The Lions were far from perfect but a standout performance from Ruan — his best of the season so far — helped Orlando City get back in the win column. We break down the match and some of the curious officiating decisions that thankfully didn't cost the Lions any points. We also made our picks for Man of the Match and those picks will not shock you. Chris Mueller is returning to MLS but it won't be as a Lion. The former Orlando first-round pick is off to his hometown club in Chicago from Hibernian FC, but at least the Lions will apparently be getting something for the player who transferred freely only months ago. The Orlando Pride kicked off the 2022 NWSL regular season and it started like all the previous NWSL regular seasons — without a Pride victory. Orlando was poor in the opener despite having some good early moments, and ultimately melted down in a 12-minute span, conceding three goals in a lopsided loss to Gotham FC. OCB, on the other hand, did not play. That wasn't the way the schedule had things going, but Rochester's stadium wasn't playable, so the Young Lions got an unexpected weekend off to go along with the expected weekend off that lies ahead. This week's mailbag asked about concerts and MLS alignment. If there's anything — and we do mean anything — you want us to address on the next show, just ask by tweeting it to us at @TheManeLand with the hashtag #AskTMLPC. And we closed the show by giving our key match-ups and score predictions for Saturday's trip to play CF Montreal (without Robin Jansson) and next week's U.S. Open Cup match against the Philadelphia Union. Stay safe and enjoy the show! Here's how No. 293 went down: 0:15 - Orlando City got back in the win column against the MLS newcomers and was Chris Mueller's great 2020 season an outlier? 46:41 - The Pride were bad again and OCB didn't have anyone to play. 59:27 - It's mailbag time, plus our look ahead to what we expect from the Montreal and Philadelphia matches. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Well known speaker on Bible Prophecy, Bill Salus is our speaker this morning, May 1st, 2022. He is the founder of "Prophecy Depot Ministries" , He is a Bestselling Author, Researcher, Speaker and Media Personality. Bill speaks to how current events in the middle east are lining up with prophecy's out of Ezekiel 38 & 39, and how the U.S. might be playing a part as the "Young Lions"
Orlando City waited exactly one week after Easter to lay an egg. The Lions played easily their worst game of the year so far when the New York Red Bulls visited Exploria Stadium on Sunday, mustering only three lousy shot attempts and getting none of them on target. Orlando City was lethargic, lacked any kind of passing precision, and couldn't find a way past, through, or over New York. But it wasn't an entirely bad week for the Lions. City opened up its 2022 U.S. Open Cup play with a 2-1 win over its I-4 Derby rivals, the Tampa Bay Rowdies, on Wednesday. The Lions needed about half an hour to figure out Tampa's scheme and then some much-needed halftime adjustments allowed Orlando to dominate the second half. We break down both matches and make our Man of the Match selections. And we discuss the Lions' draw for the USOC fourth round. Kaylie Collins of the Orlando Pride made her debut with the club in Saturday's 1-1 draw at Gotham FC. The only goal she allowed was on a Kristie Mewis penalty. Kaylie celebrated that achievement by joining us on the PawedCast to tell us about her experience this past weekend, facing a Mewis penalty, the transition from Marc Skinner to Becky Burleigh to Amanda Cromwell, and the team's mindset entering the NWSL regular season. After that, we broke down the Pride's draw at Gotham and overall Challenge Cup performance, and we discussed the NWSL side's recently announced match at Daytona International Speedway in July. We also touched on OCB's scoreless draw against New England Revolution II on Sunday in the second game of the double-header. The Young Lions were outplayed but were able to grind out a result and add a second point by way of their second penalty shootout win of the year. This week's mailbag was quite full again. Listeners wanted to know if Orlando City will ever stop getting fouled in the attack and if the Lions kept their receipt for Gaston Gonzalez, among other topics. If there's anything — and we do mean anything — you want us to address on the next show, just ask by tweeting it to us at @TheManeLand with the hashtag #AskTMLPC. And we closed the show by giving our key match-ups and score predictions for Saturday's first-ever meeting with Charlotte FC. Stay safe and enjoy the show! Here's how No. 292 went down: 0:15 - Orlando City won one and lost one, and the loss was a pretty ugly one that we never want to see again. 34:45 - Kaylie Collins joins us to tell us about her experience on Saturday at Gotham as she faced her former mentor, Ashlyn Harris. 53:52 - Our Pride-Gotham breakdown, OCB wins another penalty shootout, our mailbag overflows, and our key match-ups and score predictions for Charlotte. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Orlando City kept up its solid road form this past weekend with a 2-0 win over the Crew in Columbus. It was a standout performance for the Lions, particularly Rodrigo Schlegel — who opened his MLS account — and Facundo Torres, who was influential on both Orlando goals. We broke down the match and ranted a bit about Schlegel getting snubbed for MLS Team of the Week. We also selected our Man of the Match, which was unanimous. Orlando City will host Arsenal in a midseason friendly — the club's first since 2016. The Lions will be in heavy fixture congestion in July, so it will be interesting to see how Oscar Pareja sets his team up to battle a club that's known throughout the world. The Pride set a dubious NWSL record this weekend by conceding not once, not twice, but thrice inside the first nine minutes of their match against North Carolina. Orlando showed good fight to pull back within 3-2 with half an hour to play but the Pride could get no further. Darian Jenkins was a bright spot for Orlando with a brace, but it's been a dismal Challenge Cup for the club. OCB lost its second straight 2-0 match on the road — this time at Columbus Crew 2. The Young Lions have a lot to learn about life on the road and will try to bounce back at home on Sunday as they'll play New England II following the Lions' game against the New York Red Bulls. This week's mailbag was quite full, and we answered a question about Gaston Gonzalez, only to find out after recording that the young Argentine player hurt his knee while playing for Union Santa Fe. We hate when that happens. If there's anything — and we do mean anything — you want us to address on the next show, just ask by tweeting it to us at @TheManeLand with the hashtag #AskTMLPC. And we closed the show by giving our key match-ups and score predictions for tonight's match vs. the Tampa Bay Rowdies and Sunday's game against the Red Bulls. Stay safe and enjoy the show! Here's how No. 291 went down: 0:15 - Orlando City got a win in Columbus and Rodrigo Schlegel was a big reason why. Plus, the Gunners are coming to the City Beautiful. 33:13 - The Pride and OCB had weekends to forget. However, Orlando's NWSL side will get a clean slate after this weekend's game and the Young Lions will return home to try to get back on track. 49:31 - Our mailbag is a full one this week and our key match-ups and score predictions for both of this week's matches. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Penn State wraps up 2022 spring drills on Saturday afternoon at Beaver Stadium. That's right, it's time to preview the Blue-White game. On this episode of the Blue-White Breakdown podcast, PennLive's David Jones and Bob Flounders examine some potential storylines, some young players to watch and compare the 2022 game to some of the Blue-White contests from a few decades ago. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Orlando City has probably not looked as fluid and dangerous in a game and still lost as it did on Saturday night when LAFC handed the Lions a 4-2 loss at home. Things didn't go as planned and that included a chalked off opening goal by Alexandre Pato, a serious-looking injury to Antonio Carlos, some defensive lapses that allowed the visitors to score on their scarce opportunities, and some big saves down the stretch from the opposing goalkeeper. The Lions deserved to take something from the game, but — much like Spaulding Smails on Caddyshack — they'll get nothing and like it. We break down the game, the goals, and the calls, and give our Man of the Match picks. The Pride lost both matches since our last show and, while they looked good in one of them, they looked mostly bad in the other. On top of that, they're dealing with the loss of Marta for the season, the loss of goalkeeper Erin McLeod for at least a month, and a team that is still not threatening opposing goalkeepers enough. We give our thoughts on where the Pride are, how they can best use this international break, and what we are expecting as the regular season approaches. OCB finished its home stand unbeaten and followed a 2-2 draw against New York City FC II on Sunday with the Young Lions' first ever postgame shootout victory, snaring an extra point in the standings in MLS NEXT Pro's experimental system. Jack Lynn again had a direct goal involvement and is getting valuable minutes with the reserve side. He may be needed by the MLS team at some point this season, so it's good to see him being active in the attack. The USMNT lost the battle in Costa Rica but won the World Cup qualifying war, by punching a ticket to Qatar this winter. It was an uphill battle with so many key injuries, but the Yanks got to where they need to be and now find themselves in a group that they are capable of getting out of if they play to their potential. This week's mailbag was interested in finding a nickname for Ercan Kara and goal celebrations. If there's anything — and we do mean anything — you want us to address on the next show, just ask by tweeting it to us at @TheManeLand with the hashtag #AskTMLPC. And we closed the show by giving our key match-ups and score predictions for Saturday's home match against the Chicago Fire. Stay safe and enjoy the show! Here's how No. 289 went down: 0:15 - Orlando City fell hard at home with a final score that doesn't tell the full story. But the Lions, like any team, can't make silly mistakes against a team with as good an attack as LAFC has. 32:20 - It's hard out here for a Pride fan. A good performance and a bad performance this past week yielded the same ultimate result. Will there be reinforcements coming to bolster the squad? Dare to dream, I say. 53:42 - OCB made it two results out of two matches, the USMNT accomplished its objective, we wade into our mailbag, and our predictions and key match-ups for the Fire on Saturday. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Orlando City was so close to making it back-to-back wins out west, but a foolish foul in the box allowed the Portland Timbers to fire up Timber Joey's saw and equalize in an eventual 1-1 draw. The Lions still did well to gain four of six points on two of the longest road trips they have in MLS. We break down the draw, discuss Mauricio Pereyra's injury, and select our Man of the Match. We're then joined by Jonathan Reimer, host of the Shoulder 2 Shoulder Podcast covering LAFC. Jonathan was kind enough to tell us what we can expect from Steve Cherundolo's Black & Gold when they visit Exploria Stadium this Saturday. Seems like LAFC still has a lot of great attacking players but now also has a good defense, which will make for a difficult task for the Lions on Saturday. Big thanks to Jonathan for helping us out. The Orlando Pride suffered their first loss of the 2022 NWSL Challenge Cup and it was a controversial one. The Pride were thoroughly dominated by the Courage in North Carolina, but that still seemed like a harsh handball call on Gunny Jonsdottir that allowed the hosts to score their only goal of the match. Amanda Cromwell's team is doing well to limit opposition goals but the Pride are giving up chances and the ball a bit too frequently. Marta's injury won't help the team going forward, especially since it seems to be offensively challenged at the moment. OCB kicked off its season on Saturday and despite a sloppy start, the Young Lions prevailed on a brace by Orlando City first-round pick Jack Lynn. It was good to see the rookie score his first pro goals. The reserve side has some work to do but getting that first win of the season early could give the Young Lions some confidence. The USMNT had a huge week and that culminated in a stomping of Panama at Exploria Stadium Sunday night. Christian Pulisic scored a hat trick and most of the Yanks played well. It was a fantastic atmosphere and the fans that packed the house deserved that kind of performance — one the team desperately needed entering the final qualifying match day (today!). This week's mailbag was interested in the awful font used by MLS NEXT Pro, Moon Knight, the Orlando Pride's captaincy, and more. If there's anything — and we do mean anything — you want us to address on the next show, just ask by tweeting it to us at @TheManeLand with the hashtag #AskTMLPC. And we closed the show by giving our key match-ups and score predictions for Saturday's home match against LAFC. Stay safe and enjoy the show! Here's how No. 288 went down: 0:15 - Orlando City took four of six points from the West Coast but it could have been more. We're focusing on the positives, but still, it could have been more. 24:33 - Jonathan Reimer knows a thing or two about LAFC and he's here to tell us about all the terrifying attackers the team has. 47:46 - The Pride lost (and lost Marta), OCB won, the USMNT is on the cusp of World Cup qualification, we dig through the mailbag, and we make some predictions for Saturday. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Orlando City followed a crazy home loss to FC Cincinnati with almost a mirror image game in a 1-0 win on the road against the LA Galaxy. Both games saw the team with fewer chances, fewer shots, and much less possession find a way to win the game. We break down the win over Chicharito and company, with the Lions getting their first dub in the state of California and only their second in the Pacific time zone. We also selected our Man of the Match, spoke about Orlando's penchant for clean sheets early in this 2022 season, and talked about the MLS Team of the Week and the Lions leaving for international duty. Sam Svilar from Portland Timbers blog Stumptown Footy joined us to give us the perspective from the Rose City. Sam gave us a complete picture of what's gone on with the Timbers so far this season and what we can expect when the teams kick off this Sunday. Big thanks to Sam for taking time out of his schedule to educate us Eastern Conference folk. The Orlando Pride kicked off their 2022 NWSL Challenge Cup campaign and got Head Coach Amanda Cromwell a result in her first match at the helm. Cromwell's bunch held the defending champion Washington Spirit to a scoreless draw this past weekend and there were both good and bad signs in the match. We're going to focus on the positive for now since the sample size is so small. We also discussed the banner kerfuffle that took place on Saturday night at Exploria Stadium and how the club resolved it and owned up to its mistake quickly. OCB gets underway this Saturday and we don't have a lot of information yet about the Young Lions, but we do know that they won't draw any games this season. MLS NEXT Pro is not having it with ties. All matches that end with the teams even on the scoreboard will go to penalties. Both teams get a point for finishing even, and the shootout winner will earn one extra point in the standings. We also discussed the big week ahead for the USMNT. The Yanks have some work to do to clinch a spot in the World Cup. They can do it, but it won't be easy. The second of their three games in this window is, of course, taking place in the City Beautiful at Exploria Stadium. We look at the clinching scenarios, the key players missing, and the weirdness of what happened four years ago on the final match day. This week's mailbag was interested in NCAA brackets, power rankings, the Concacaf Champions League, and more. If there's anything — and we do mean anything — you want us to address on the next show, just ask by tweeting it to us at @TheManeLand with the hashtag #AskTMLPC. And we closed the show by giving our key match-ups and score predictions for Sunday's trip to play the Timbers. Stay safe and enjoy the show! Here's how No. 287 went down: 0:15 - Orlando City bounced back with an important road victory, the Lions don't score a lot of goals, and the Lions don't concede many goals. Also, defenders should be on Team of the Week for defending well. 24:42 - Sam Svilar jumps on with us and gives us the scoop on the happenings in a post-Diego Valeri Portland. He says the game could go either way on Sunday. 46:20 - The Pride are underway, OCB is about to get underway, the USMNT is about to get back underway, and we've got your mailbag responses. Plus our predictions for Sunday's match in Portland. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Orlando City suffered its first loss of the season and one would never have guessed that would come at the hands of an FC Cincinnati side riding 14 straight losses and which had yet to score a goal in 2022. But soccer is a funny game and sometimes the joke is on you. So it was on Saturday as the Lions dominated every statistical category but the one that matters most in a 2-1 home loss. In the first absence of co-host David Rohe in 225 consecutive episodes of The Mane Land PawedCast, I'm joined by TML staff writer Ben Miller this week. We break down the important plays, moments, and trends from the game and make our Man of the Match selections. We also discuss what the Lions can do if teams are just going to continue fouling them like crazy every week. As a special treat, we're joined by Orlando Pride Head Coach Amanda Cromwell, who is entering her first season at the helm of the club's NWSL side. She will lead the Pride into its first competitive match of 2022 on Saturday night at Exploria Stadium in the NWSL Challenge Cup. But it will be a trial by fire as Orlando hosts the defending NWSL Cup champion Washington Spirit. The coach was kind enough to discuss what enticed her away from UCLA to coach the Pride, some of her assistant coaching staff hires, her philosophy, and more. In the midst of such a busy week, we can't thank her enough for her time. We also discussed the Orlando Pride's opening day roster, which dropped this week. And Orlando City B named its coaching staff for the Young Lions' inaugural season in MLS NEXT Pro. We hate the name of the league but we love having OCB back. This week's mailbag was interested in how Ben felt about his first time in the co-host chair, and which Lion we'd most like to spend spring break with. If there's anything — and we do mean anything — you want us to address on the next show, just ask by tweeting it to us at @TheManeLand with the hashtag #AskTMLPC. And we closed the show by giving our key match-ups and score predictions for Saturday's trip to play the LA Galaxy. Stay safe and enjoy the show! Here's how No. 286 went down: 0:15 - Orlando City lost. To Cincinnati. Yeah, that's not great. But there were some positives. We try to think about those. 45:00 - Amanda Cromwell interview! The new Pride coach seems ready to get started this week and it was great to hear her talk about how hard the team works on the training ground. 1:02:17 - The Pride named their 2022 roster ahead of the Challenge Cup opener, OCB has a coaching staff, the mailbag was relatively light this week, and we give you our predictions for Saturday. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices