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From 1951 to the time of his death in 1976, the Texas-born conductor Victor Alesandro led the San Antonio Symphony. Alessandro was a fine conductor and had a very clever system for attracting talented players to San Antonio. He kept his eyes open for key players about to retire from all the” id=”7NF3IeLGWEz” vid=”7NF3IeLGWEz” id-for-player=”7NF3IeLGWEz” link=”/listen/a-corigliano-father-and-son-act-7NF3IeLGWEz/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
A Corigliano father and son act? Synopsis
From 1951 to the time of his death in 1976, the Texas-born conductor Victor Alesandro led the San Antonio Symphony. Alessandro was a fine conductor and had a very clever system for attracting talented players to San Antonio. He kept his eyes open for key players about to retire from all the top American orchestras and sent them tempting brochures describing San Antonio’s palm trees, old Spanish houses, and mild winters. Many accepted his invitations, settled in San Antonio, and served as mentors for the Symphony’s younger players.In 1966, for example, John Corigliano, Sr., facing mandatory retirement as the concertmaster of the New York Philharmonic, took up the same position with the San Antonio Symphony.And so it came about that on today’s date in 1968, John Corigliano, Sr., then age 67, served as the concertmaster for the world premiere performance of a new Piano Concerto written by his son, composer John Corigliano, Jr., then aged 30. The premiere performers, pianist Hilde Somer and the San Antonio Symphony under Alessandro, even recorded the new work for Mercury Records.
Although well received at the time, Corigliano’s concerto was rather neglected for many years thereafter, but more recently has been receiving new performances and recordings.
Music Played in Today's Program
John Corigliano (b. 1938) Piano Concerto James Tocco, p.; Louisville Orch; Lawrence Leighton Smith, conductor. First Edition FECD-0002
It’s usually NEW music that gets terrible reviews, but scanning old newspapers, you’ll find that occasionally OLD music gets panned with equal venom.
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Bach and Mozart in New York Synopsis
It’s usually NEW music that gets terrible reviews, but scanning old newspapers, you’ll find that occasionally OLD music gets panned with equal venom.
On today’s date in 1865, a concert by the Theodore Thomas Orchestra at Irving Hall opened with an orchestral arrangement of a Bach Passacaglia, followed by Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante for Violin and Viola.
The New York Times reviewer was not thrilled with either selection:
“The Bach,” he wrote, “is a fair representation of the treadmill. A culprit may travel on it for a day without advancing a step. It simply goes ‘round and ‘round in the most obvious style, and is generally DULL – like a superannuated church warden… The symphony for violin and viola by Mozart is a work generally avoided in Europe. The wearisome scale passages on the little fiddle repeated ad nauseam on the bigger one are simply maddening. On the whole, one would prefer death to a repetition of this production.”
Thus spake The Times in April of 1865. We should note in its defense that Americans had other matters on their minds that week. The day the review appeared the paper’s headline read: “Union Victory! Peace! Lee Surrenders His Whole Army!”
Music Played in Today's Program
J.S .Bach (arr. Respighi) Passacaglia in c BBC Philharmonic; Leonard Slatkin, conductor. Chandos 9835
Wolfgang Mozart (1756 – 1791) Sinfonia Concertante, K. 364/320d Midori, violin; Nobuko Imai, viola; NDR Symphony; Christoph Eschenbach, conductor Sony 89488
On today’s date in 1887, Florence Beatrice Smith was born in Little Rock, Arkansas. She would grow up to be the first African-American woman to win widespread recognition as a symphonic composer. All that happened under her married name: Florence Price.
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Florence Price and Marion Anderson Synopsis
On today’s date in 1887, Florence Beatrice Smith was born in Little Rock, Arkansas. She would grow up to be the first African-American woman to win widespread recognition as a symphonic composer. All that happened under her married name: Florence Price.
Price studied at the New England Conservatory, with the noted American composers Frederick Converse and George Whitefield Chadwick, but settled in Chicago. In 1933, the Chicago Symphony premiered her First Symphony. In 1940, her Third Symphony premiered in Detroit, and First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt, who was in Detroit that week, was so impressed by a rehearsal of Price’s symphony that she altered her schedule to stay for that evening’s performance, and even wrote about it in her newspaper column, “My Day.”
And speaking of Eleanor Roosevelt, on today’s date in 1939, which fell on Easter Sunday that year, the First Lady and then Secretary of the Interior Harold L. Ickes arranged for the famous African-American contralto, Marion Anderson, to perform a free, open-air recital at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. 75,000 people attended. Marion Anderson admired Florence Price’s work, and sang some of Florence Price’s songs, including Songs to the Dark Virgin, a setting of a text by Langston Hughes.
Music Played in Today's Program
Florence Price (1887 – 1953) Symphony No. 3 The Women's Philharmonic; Apo Hsu, conductor. Koch 7518
On today’s date in 1959, the Duke University Band under Paul Bryan gave the premiere performance of a new work they had commissioned: the Symphony No. 3 for concert band by the American composer, Vittorio Giannini.
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Giannini's Symphony No. 3 Synopsis
On today’s date in 1959, the Duke University Band under Paul Bryan gave the premiere performance of a new work they had commissioned: the Symphony No. 3 for concert band by the American composer, Vittorio Giannini.
With the growth of concert bands in the 1950s, and success of high-profile performing ensembles like Frederick Fennell’s Eastman Wind Ensemble, composers like Giannini started getting commissions to write new works for these ensembles. In all, Giannini wrote five pieces for concert band, with his Symphony No. 3 the biggest and best known of the lot.
Paul Bryan and Duke University were certainly pleased with the new work. Its resounding success encouraged other band directors to commission new concert works for wind band–and, in one fell swoop, the Duke Band achieved national recognition for its initiative.
As for Giannini, in his later years he taught a younger generation of composers, first in New York City at Juilliard and the Manhattan School of Music, then in Philadelphia at the Curtis Institute, and finally at the North Carolina School of the Arts, where he served as that institution’s first president. Giannini students included a number of successful composers, including David Amram, John Corigliano, Nicolas Flagello, Adolphus Hailstork, and Alfred Reed.
Music Played in Today's Program
Vittorio Giannini (1903 – 1966) Symphony No. 3 University of Houston Wind Ensemble; Tom Bennett, conductor. Naxos 8.570130
In the 18th century, just like today, tourists gravitate toward the Vatican in Rome to view the famous Sistine Chapel and its ceiling by Michelangelo. But during Holy Week in the 18th century, there was an added attraction: performances by the Sistine Chapel Choir of a hauntingly beautiful ” id=”3305JG3VFcX” vid=”3305JG3VFcX” id-for-player=”3305JG3VFcX” link=”/listen/mozart-and-allegri-3305JG3VFcX/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Mozart and Allegri Synopsis
In the 18th century, just like today, tourists gravitate toward the Vatican in Rome to view the famous Sistine Chapel and its ceiling by Michelangelo. But during Holy Week in the 18th century, there was an added attraction: performances by the Sistine Chapel Choir of a hauntingly beautiful piece of music, the a cappella setting of the Latin Miserere by the Italian composer Gregorio Allegri.
The Vatican jealously guarded Allegri’s work as its exclusive property. Rumor had it—under threat of excommunication—that the choir was forbidden to let the score be taken out of the Chapel, copied, or even seen by any outsider.
On today’s date in 1770, Wolfgang Mozart, age 14, was visiting Rome with his father. The Mozarts attended an evening service at the Vatican and heard Allegri’s Miserere. That same night—after just one hearing—young Wolfgang transcribed the piece from memory, and the Mozarts returned three days later to check Wolfgang’s transcription against a repeat performance of Allegri’s music. The elder Mozart thought that letting people know about this feat might be “good PR” for young Wolfgang.
In any case, the Mozarts were NOT excommunicated, and Roman society WAS suitably impressed when they learned of the teenager’s remarkable musical talent.
Music Played in Today's Program
Gregorio Allegri (1582 – 1652) Miserere The Tallis Scholars Gimell 454 990
On today’s date in 1892, the Adamowski Quartet gave a concert in Boston that included two movements from a String Quartet by a 32-year old composer named Charles Martin Loeffler.
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Loeffler's Quartet Synopsis
On today’s date in 1892, the Adamowski Quartet gave a concert in Boston that included two movements from a String Quartet by a 32-year old composer named Charles Martin Loeffler.
For the past 10 years, Loeffler had been the associate concertmaster of the Boston Symphony, and just the previous year they had premiered his first orchestral piece.
Loeffler told people he was born in the Alsace region of France in 1861, which would account for his French manners and the French titles he gave some of his pieces. In fact, Loeffler was born in Berlin, but he never forgave the Prussians for the political persecution and imprisonment of his father, and left Berlin for Paris as soon as he could.
In 1881, at the age of 20, Loeffler came to the United States, where, as he put it, he found Americans “quick to reward genuine musical merit and to reward it far more generously than Europe.” In 1887, he became an American citizen, and in short order established himself as one of our leading composers.
After his death in 1935, Loeffler’s music fell into neglect for many decades, but his elegant and well-crafted music is attracting renewed interest—and recordings—today.
Music Played in Today's Program
Charles Martin Loeffler (1861 – 1935) String Quartet in a DaVinci Quartet Naxos 8.559077
Over the centuries, many composers have set verses from the Bible’s Book of Psalms to music, often in response to times of turmoil and trouble.
One unusual Psalm setting had its premiere performance on today’s date in 2013 at Bethel University in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
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Jeremy Walker and Seven Psalms Synopsis
Over the centuries, many composers have set verses from the Bible’s Book of Psalms to music, often in response to times of turmoil and trouble.
One unusual Psalm setting had its premiere performance on today’s date in 2013 at Bethel University in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
Entitled Seven Psalms, the new work was scored for a jazz quartet of bass, drums, saxophone and piano accompanying a solo vocalist and 15-member choir, and was created by Minneapolis composer Jeremy Walker, who confesses the music was motivated by his own personal struggle.
Walker’s burgeoning career as a jazz saxophonist was sidetracked by an illness which stymied doctors for 12 years until finally diagnosed as Lyme Disease. Unable to continue as a saxophonist, Walker turned to the piano and composition, and found himself drawn to the Book of Psalms, where he heard echoes of African-American spirituals and the blues.
"The book is just dripping with human hope and suffering all intertwined so it seemed like blues material to me," he said. "It occurred to me to blend the jazz vernacular harmonic universe with the psalms. And right away the call and response between solo voice, or between the band and the choir, were sounds I could hear," he said.
Music Played in Today's Program
Jeremey Walker (b. 1972) Psalm 130, from Seven Psalms Jason Harms, vocalist; 7 Psalms Chamber Choir Jeremy Walker Quartet CD Baby/iTunes/Amazon release
On today’s date in 1789, Mozart was in Dresden, performing his brand-new Piano Concerto at the Royal Saxon Court. Mozart was pretty good at documenting his own compositions, and we know from a catalog of his works that he finished this Concerto in late February the previous year.
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Mozart's "Coronation" Concerto Synopsis
On today’s date in 1789, Mozart was in Dresden, performing his brand-new Piano Concerto at the Royal Saxon Court. Mozart was pretty good at documenting his own compositions, and we know from a catalog of his works that he finished this Concerto in late February the previous year.
Unfortunately for posterity, Mozart was less dutiful in copying out all of the solo piano part, which he no doubt just kept in his head. The surviving manuscript score contains just a shorthand version of the solo piano part, with the music for the left-hand hardly there at all.
Modern performers have to rely on their own wit and imagination to fill in the blanks, as it were… and, who knows: maybe Mozart played it differently each time himself, improvising around his own sketchy outline as the mood took him?
In any case, Mozart must have been proud of this Concerto. He played it again at the festivities surrounding the coronation of Emperor Leopold II in Frankfurt in October of 1790. Ever since, this Concerto has been known as the Coronation Concerto.
Music Played in Today's Program
Wolfgang Mozart (1756 – 1791) Piano Concerto No. 26 (Coronation) Jenö Jandó, piano; Concentus Hungaricus; Mátyás Antál , conductor. Naxos 8.550209
Over the centuries, a wide range of composers have created musical settings of the Latin mass, but one of the more unusual and distinctive settings received its premiere performance on today’s date in 1973 at a concert at Finch College in New York City devoted entirely to the music of the A” id=”9Nn2XgIS1tZ” vid=”9Nn2XgIS1tZ” id-for-player=”9Nn2XgIS1tZ” link=”/listen/vivian-fines-missa-brevis-9Nn2XgIS1tZ/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Vivian Fine's "Missa Brevis" Synopsis
Over the centuries, a wide range of composers have created musical settings of the Latin mass, but one of the more unusual and distinctive settings received its premiere performance on today’s date in 1973 at a concert at Finch College in New York City devoted entirely to the music of the American composer Vivian Fine.At that time, Fine was teaching at Bennington College in Vermont, and her Missa Brevis, or Short Mass, was inspired by some of her colleagues there. Cellist George Finckel had organized cello quartet at the college, and for one semester as a sabbatical replacement, mezzo-soprano Jan DeGaetani, a noted new music advocate, taught at Bennington.  Vivian Fine crafted her Missa Brevis from the taped voice of DeGaetani, multi-tracked into four channels as a kind of one-woman chorus, accompanied by Finckel’s quartet of cellos, whose combined low registers sound rather organ-like.The blend of taped and live musicians created an effect both ancient and very modern. In addition to the familiar Kyrie and Sanctus movements of the traditional mass, Vivian Fine interpolated sacred texts of her own choosing, making this Missa Brevis her own, intensely personal private spiritual testament.
Music Played in Today's Program
Vivian Fine (1913-2000): Missa Brevis (JanDeGaetani, ms; Eric Barlett, David Finckel, Michael Finckel, Maurice Neuman, vcl.) CRI 692
For the 1958-59 season of the New York Philharmonic, Leonard Bernstein, the orchestra’s newly-appointed music director, was eager to program as much new American music as he dared. As luck would have it, early in 1958, the 35-year old American composer Ned Rorem had just returned from Europ” id=”1E2JGepqmzb” vid=”1E2JGepqmzb” id-for-player=”1E2JGepqmzb” link=”/listen/rorems-third-1E2JGepqmzb/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Rorem's Third Synopsis
For the 1958-59 season of the New York Philharmonic, Leonard Bernstein, the orchestra’s newly-appointed music director, was eager to program as much new American music as he dared. As luck would have it, early in 1958, the 35-year old American composer Ned Rorem had just returned from Europe with a new symphonic score.
“I wrote most of my Third Symphony in France,” recalled Rorem. “It’s a big piece but not a commission—I was still writing for the love of it in those days… So I showed it to Lenny and he said ‘OK, I’ll do it, but I wish you would re-orchestrate the slow movement entirely for strings.’ I replied ‘Sure,’ but didn’t, because Bernstein was always saying things like that and then would forget all about it.”
The premiere of Rorem’s Third Symphony—as written—occurred at Carnegie Hall on today’s date in 1959, but for its composer, the thrill was tempered by some harsher realities.
Rorem recalled, “I came late to the first rehearsal because in those days I was living off unemployment insurance … and I had to go down and stand in line to pick up my check. I guess they managed without me because Lenny conducted four wonderful performances.”
Music Played in Today's Program
Ned Rorem (b. 1923) Symphony No. 3 Utah Symphony; Maurice Abravanel, conductor. Vox Box 5092
Early in April in the year 1845, a 15-year old American pianist named Louis Moreau Gottschalk performed at the Salle Pleyel in Paris. On the program was Chopin’s Piano Concerto in E minor, and Chopin happened to be in the audience and congratulated the young American on his performance. Wha” id=”7Y9O0bSCDaj” vid=”7Y9O0bSCDaj” id-for-player=”7Y9O0bSCDaj” link=”/listen/gottschalk-in-paris-7Y9O0bSCDaj/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Gottschalk in Paris Synopsis
Early in April in the year 1845, a 15-year old American pianist named Louis Moreau Gottschalk performed at the Salle Pleyel in Paris. On the program was Chopin’s Piano Concerto in E minor, and Chopin happened to be in the audience and congratulated the young American on his performance. What exactly Chopin said depends on whom you asked. Gottschalk’s first biographer claims it was, “Very good, my child, let me shake your hand,” while Gottschalk’s sister insists it was, “I predict you will become the king of pianists!”
In 1845, Parisian society was curious about anything American after experiencing other exotic exports from the New World, including P.T. Barnum’s circus and George Catlin’s paintings of Native American life. Anything American was definitely “hip.”
Four years later, on today’s date in 1849, Gottschalk returned to the Salle Pleyel, this time performing some of his own compositions, including a work entitled Bamboula, after the name of a deep-voiced Afro-Caribbean drum. The Parisian audiences had never heard anything like it and gave him a standing ovation. Gottschalk was born in New Orleans and was exposed from childhood to Cuban and Haitian music and went on to write original works which anticipate both the rhythms and colors of American jazz.
Music Played in Today's Program
Frederic Chopin (1810 – 1849) Piano Concerto No. 1 Krystian Zimerman, piano; Polish Festival Orchestra DG 459 684
Louis Moreau Gottschalk (1829 – 1869) Bamboula Alan Feinberg, piano Argo 444 457
The month of April in the year 1800 was an especially busy one for Ludwig van Beethoven. On the second of April at his first big orchestral concert in Vienna, Beethoven premiered his First Symphony, a new Piano Concerto, and his chamber Septet. Composing, writing out the parts, and rehearsi” id=”Xf1Vm8GLR8″ vid=”Xf1Vm8GLR8″ id-for-player=”Xf1Vm8GLR8″ link=”/listen/beethover-sic-and-punto-Xf1Vm8GLR8/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Beethover (sic) and Punto Synopsis
The month of April in the year 1800 was an especially busy one for Ludwig van Beethoven. On the second of April at his first big orchestral concert in Vienna, Beethoven premiered his First Symphony, a new Piano Concerto, and his chamber Septet. Composing, writing out the parts, and rehearsing all that music was no small task.
On today’s date that same month, Beethoven appeared in Vienna once again, this time as piano accompanist for the popular Bohemian horn virtuoso, Johann Wenzel Stich, who went by the more marketable Italian “stage name” of Giovanni Punto.
The pre-concert announcements for the Punto recital promised that Beethoven would contribute a new work for the occasion—but, apparently still recovering from his OWN big concert, Beethoven didn’t get around to writing the promised Horn Sonata for Punto until the day before the recital.
Beethoven and Punto took the new Sonata with them for a concert in Budapest the following month. The press in Hungary had heard of Punto, but not Beethoven, whose name they didn’t even get right: “Who is this Bethover (sic)?” one press notice read, noting (quote): “The history of German music is not acquainted with such a name. Punto, of course, is VERY well known…”
Music Played in Today's Program
Ludwig van Beethoven (1770 – 1827) Horn Sonata in F, Op. 17 Hermann Baumann, horn; Leonard Hokanson, piano Philips 416 816
Alban Berg’s Violin Concerto was first performed in Barcelona, Spain, on today’s date in 1936, at the opening concert of the International Society for Contemporary Music Festival. Berg had died the previous winter, and the premiere was supposed to be conducted by Berg’s close friend and fel” id=”7LCP2d6mJTQ” vid=”7LCP2d6mJTQ” id-for-player=”7LCP2d6mJTQ” link=”/listen/webern-conducts-berg-7LCP2d6mJTQ/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
Webern conducts Berg Synopsis
Alban Berg’s Violin Concerto was first performed in Barcelona, Spain, on today’s date in 1936, at the opening concert of the International Society for Contemporary Music Festival. Berg had died the previous winter, and the premiere was supposed to be conducted by Berg’s close friend and fellow composer, Anton Webern, but Webern withdrew at the last minute, and so Hermann Scherchen conducted the first performance, with the violinist who had commissioned the work, Louis Krasner, as soloist.
Krasner was born in the Ukraine but raised in America and served for a time as the concertmaster of the Minneapolis Symphony under Dimitri Mitropoulos. He later taught at Syracuse University and the New England Conservatory of Music.
In the spring of 1976, Louis Krasner was cleaning out his attic, and discovered he still had private acetate discs he had made of the second performance of the Berg Violin Concerto, a May 1st, 1936 radio broadcast of the new work by the BBC Symphony, with Krasner once again the soloist. This time the conductor was Anton Webern. The 40-year old discs were transcribed to tape, and eventually were released on CD, allowing posterity a chance to listen in as music history was being made.
Music Played in Today's Program
Alban Berg (1885 – 1935) Violin Concerto Louis Krasner, violin; BBC Symphony; Anton Webern, conductor. Testament/Continuum 1004
On today’s date in 1928, a French musician and inventor named Maurice Martenot gave the first public demonstration of a new electronic instrument he had created which produced eerie-sounding tones reminiscent of the human voice, but without the human limitations of voice range or lung power” id=”AXu5h0TsUrb” vid=”AXu5h0TsUrb” id-for-player=”AXu5h0TsUrb” link=”/listen/the-ondes-martenot-AXu5h0TsUrb/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
The Ondes Martenot Synopsis
On today’s date in 1928, a French musician and inventor named Maurice Martenot gave the first public demonstration of a new electronic instrument he had created which produced eerie-sounding tones reminiscent of the human voice, but without the human limitations of voice range or lung power.
Martenot was also a savvy promoter of his new instrument, which he took on a world tour, with his sister serving as its first virtuoso performer. The instrument came to be called the “Ondes Martenot”—which translates into English as “Martenot Waves.”
A number of 20th century composers were quite enthusiastic. Arthur Honegger suggested the Ondes Martenot might replace the contra-bassoon in symphony orchestras, writing: “The Ondes Martenot has power and a speed of utterance which is not to be compared with those gloomy stove-pipes looming up in orchestras.”
Well, contra-bassoonists needn’t worry: their stove-pipes still provide the low blows in most modern orchestras, but the Ondes Martenot does figure prominently in several major 20th century scores, including the monumental Turangalila Symphony of the French composer, Oliver Messiaen.And, following Martenot’s death in 1981, the French even formed an official society with the grand title of “L’Association pour la Diffusion et le Développement des Ondes Martenot.”
Music Played in Today's Program
Olivier Messiaen (1908 – 1992) Turangalila Symphony Tristan Murail, Ondes Martenot; Philharmonia Orchestra; Esa-Pekka Salonen, conductor. Sony 53473
Not The Normal Lead Singer We know all the famous people but did you know that one person that sang on that one song that was a huge hit for that band but wasn't in the band? Well, that's what Eric is doing for you in this show. Eric is going to breakdown some of the biggest hits from the biggest bands that you didn't know was sung by someone besides their lead singer. @SinatrasRatPack#ThisIsFunner #FunnerFamily #FunnerNetwork #ListenToThis https://twitter.com/ThisIsFunner https://www.facebook.com/ThisIsFunner/
Songs in Commercials We all sing them but most of us don't know where they came from. Well, Eric will clear that up for you in this episode of Listen To This. Heinz, Maxwell House and more. You will be smarter after you listen to this episode.@SinatrasRatPack#ThisIsFunner #FunnerFamily #FunnerNetwork #ListenToThis https://twitter.com/ThisIsFunnerhttps://www.facebook.com/ThisIsFunner/
Sheryl Crow w/ Tricia Gilbride Writer Tricia Gilbride joins Joe & Kristen to talk about the music, career, and Rock Hall merits of '90s singer-songwriter icon Sheryl Crow. This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 203: ”Top 10 Paul Songs 1967-70” Hi Gang, We're back with our "Blue Album" version of our Top 10 Paul Beatle tracks between 1967-1970. We are (mostly) recovered from the Fest and have been busy but we figured we'd do a nice fun easy one to get back into the swing of shows. We have some obvious choices, and some not so obvious. What are some of yours?  Hope you are all doing well and thank you very much for hanging with us on the audio platform!  
 
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2023.16 Produced By George Martin (Arena Special – a review) This week we look at the "not-quite-a-Biography" about George Martin produced by the Arena folks in 2011.     A young Giles, the previous iteration of Beatles history, and some interesting tales concerning the comics, musicians and others George Martin encountered during his youth, military career and adult life within Parlophone and AIR Studios.     Lots of Judy Martin as well!
Episode 108 – Alexis Korner The gruesome twosome is still solo this week but Alex excited and ready for the challenge! He touches on putting his foot in his mouth about the rain and he also has secret in a new segment called Confessions Corner.
1993 – Episode 1 – Jellÿ Tool In the first episode featuring albums from 1993, Somewhere in Time Podcast discuss two albums that are vastly different, but also have a lot of things in common. "Cereal Killer Soundtrack" by Green Jellÿ and "Undertow" by Tool. Both Los Angeles bands, there are some familiar voices and drummers featured on both albums. Find out how these albums hold up 30 years later. 


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Passage – S/T DJ Greg Belson, connoisseur of vintage Gospel Soul recordings, is our guest as we explore the sole album from Passage. Released on Herb Alpert's A&M label, this turns out to be a project by Brothers Johnson member and session bassist extraordinaire Louis "Thunder-Thumbs" Johnson.  

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Episode 413: Young Generation https://ontargetpodcast.caOn Target this week is an hour of pure Mod perfection featuring the very best of Soul, R&B, Mod Beat, Garage, and rare Northern Soul. Don't miss out on the chance to join Mod Marty and discover some amazing new tunes. Trust me, you'll be thanking yourself later.———————————————–The playlist is:"Bingo"The Dynamics (The Dramatics) – Wingate"Little Orphan Annie"Tony Kaye & The Heartbeats- RCA Victor"Ain't Gonna Tell Nobody"Jimmy Gilmer & the Fireballs- Barry"What Can It Be"Bettye Swann- Money"Sick And Tired"Fats Domino- Imperial"Tomboy"Neil Scott- Comet"I Don't Know Why"The Wrongh Black Bag- Mainstream"Hollin' For My Darlin'"The Rivals- Wand"I Wanna Love You"George Baker Selection- Colossus"Oh I Need You Yes I Do"The Sold (Soul) Brothers Six- Lyndell"You Just Dont Know (What You Do To Me)"Chubby Checker- Parkway"Soul Self Satisfaction"Earl Jackson- ABC"Gonna Be A Big Thing"The Yum Yums- ABC-Paramount"Is That The Way You Treat A Girl"The Hesitations- GWP"Stuff"Jeanette Williams- Back Beat"I Can't Hear You"Betty Everett- Vee-Jay"Another Man"The Shondels- Columbia"The Rains Came"The Trippers- Eagle"I'll Forget Her Tomorrow"The Witness Inc.- Apex"Jumpin' Jack Flash"Thelma Houston- Dunhill"Young Generation"The Naturals- Calla"Wiggle-Tail"Googie Rene- Regency
Mariah – Hana Ga Saitara
Out Of Focus – Fly Bird Fly


Kuni Kawachi – That’s Why People Are…
The Pretty Things – In The Square
The Beach Boys – Never Learn Not To Love
The Bugaloos – Believe


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Show 523: That Show That Occured On That Wednesday Pucho and His Latin Soul Brothers – You Can't Always Get What You Want
Mariah – Hana Ga Saitara
Out Of Focus – Fly Bird Fly


Kuni Kawachi – That's Why People Are…
The Pretty Things – In The Square
The Beach Boys – Never Learn Not To Love
The Bugaloos – Believe


Jacqueline Humbert & David Rosenboom – Distant Space
Brian Eno- Ring Of Fire
Mistress Mary – I Don't Wanna Love Ya Now
Holly Maxwell- Only When Your Lonely
The Kinks – I Go To Sleep (demo)


Gong – Thoughts For Naught
Inner Space & Rosy Rosy – Kamera Song
The Cats – Swan Lake
Mayssa Karaa – White Rabbit


Mari Natsuki – Uragiri
La Bellini – Satan in Love
Sexual Harrassment – I Need A Freak
Tom Tom Club – Love To Love You Baby
Giorgio Moroder – Knghts In White Satin
Asha Puthli – Space Talk


Kate Bush – Watching You Without Me
Susheela Raman – Light Years
Elias Rahnami – Sweet Eyes
Opal – Indian Summer
The Doors – Blue Sunday


Fleetwood Mac – Future Games
Mama Said Bug You Out! Bugs, insects, and creepy crawlies on this episode!
Eye Tunes Crambone John spends his days teaching Braille and mobility to blind and special needs children, so today we check out songs about vision and sight!
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Episode 508 – Spotlight: Reginald Porter-Brown This week Damon has an extended show spotlighting, perhaps the most individual and unorthodox stylists the cinema organ world has ever seen, Reginald Porter-Brown. Visit organistencores.co.uk to listen to the show & find out more.
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Episode 509 – Up The Theatre Organ Thermometer This week Robert Hope-Jones climbs up the theatre organ thermometer!
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Vintage House Show Classic with Host DJ Lori Branch, DJ Craig Loftis and Promoter Tonka Toi The LODGE is FIRE in Chicago. DJ and House Music Pioneer Craig Loftis has created an underground old school venue with partner Tonka Toi in promotions. Lori Branch discusses the Club Scene and the Promotions industry today and how future clubs and spaces are contributing to the history and future of house music.Support the showwww.VintageHouseShow.org | www.VintageHouseShow.us
Mare Nostrum 49 by Le Code Episode 49 of the Mare Nostrum podcast is now online !An atmospheric ambient mix with v e n n, Antarctic Wastelands, Teen Daze, Human Is Alive…Selected & mixed by Le CodeHope you'll like this show ! Thanks to leave us a rating on Apple Podcast.Thanks for listening !TRACKLISTING00:00 Le Code – Never Forget The Sea03:43 v e n n – Buoy07:40 Marco Son – Lagrimas De Sal10:12 Teen Daze – Open (Underwater Mix)14:49 We Dream Of Eden, Jonathan Warman – A Recollection17:08 Music Within – The Tide20:40 Human Is Alive – Tides24:08 Salt Of Sound – Awake26:58 Antarctic Wastelands – Ocean Slumber31:53 Le Code – Between Two Shores35:34 Applefish – Call of the Sea39:24 Antarctic Wastelands – Meltwater Canyon41:47 Good Weather For An Airstrike – Mesopelagic44:18 Antarctic Wastelands – Distant Waves, Drifting47:56 Hilyard – Apogean Tide52:15 Micos Garcias – Outflow
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#TheCapitaGang with Joel Ssenyonyi •Mabati saga: Minister Kitutu arraigned in anti-corruption court!
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Episode 168 – Danielle Barnett of Urban Cookie Collective The current vocalist of 90's europop act Urban Cookie Collective joins us, the incredible Danielle Barnett! Such a positive role model and motivational speaker, Danielle chats about the legacy of UCC including the OG vocalist Diane Charlemagne, vocal warmups and tricks, as well as a shoutout to the incredible Rozalla, and so much more!
Episode 169 – The Cover Girls She is the OG lead singer of freestyle phenomenon The Cover Girls, welcome Angel Mercado as my guest! She shares about David Cole and C&C Music Factory, being fired from the group, solo album, and their reunion, touring with NKOTB, and so many fun stories. Angel is a blast!
It’s surprising how many different occupations have found their way into song. Lonnie Donegan’s vaudevillian (some would say corny)  My Old Man’s A Dustman was a huge international hit. Other occupations include a cleaning lady (Sadie The Cleaning Lady),  a mo” id=”11C3OnPQZKF” vid=”11C3OnPQZKF” id-for-player=”11C3OnPQZKF” link=”/listen/working-for-the-money-11C3OnPQZKF/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
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It’s surprising how many different occupations have found their way into song. Lonnie Donegan’s vaudevillian (some would say corny)  My Old Man’s A Dustman was a huge international hit. Other occupations include a cleaning lady (Sadie The Cleaning Lady),  a moving man (Movin’ Man), a writer (Paperback Writer) and a doctor (Calling Dr Casey). Teachers are celebrated through Doris Day’s Teacher’s Pet and LGBTIQ+ crooner, Johnny Mathis’ Teacher Teacher .
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* My Old Man’s A Dustman – Lonnie Donegan
* Surfer Joe – The Surfaris
* She Works Hard For The Money – Donna Summer
* I’m Just A Singer (In A Rock N Roll Band) – Moody Blues
* Sadie The Cleaning Lady – Johnny Farnham
* I Shot The Sheriff – Eric Clapton
* Private Dancer – Tina Turner
* Teacher’s Pet – Doris Day
* Teacher Teacher – Johnny Mathis
* Movin’ Man – Buddy England
* Calling Dr Casey – John D Loudermilk
* Paperback Writer – Beatles
Geekwire for Week of 04.07.23 – Ep522 We're back with all the latest happenings in the rock and metal world with Geekwire!Tragically, one person died and several were injured at a recent Morbid Angel show outside of Chicago. We discuss this sad situation and are sending good vibes to the people affected.Chris recently ventured to the theater to see the Neil Bogart biopic 'Spinning Gold.' Did it accurately portray Neil and the Casablanca Records story? Was it a mess of factual inaccuracies? Above all else, was it worth a watch? Chris gives his full review of the movie.Sebastian Bach recently pranked Skid Row fans by claiming a deluxe edition of 'Subhuman Race' was being released. Did this work as an April Fool's day gag? We give our thoughts.Other stories covered this week include Vinnie Vincent bringing Marq Torien on board for his next event in Nashville, Vivian Campbell professing his love for Phil Lynott, Udo Dirkschneider claiming his current band is more authentic than ACCEPT, and more.We also touch on the recent Ace Frehley and KISS drama (this was recorded before his recent followup interview).We hope you enjoy Geekwire for the week of April 7th, 2023 and SHARE with a friend!Decibel Geek is a proud member the Pantheon Podcasts family.Contact Us!Rate, Review, and Subscribe in iTunesJoin the Facebook Fan PageFollow on TwitterFollow on InstagramE-mail UsSubscribe to our Youtube channel!Support Us!Buy a T-Shirt!Donate to the show!Stream Us!Stitcher RadioSpreakerTuneInBecome a VIP Subscriber!Click HERE for more info!Comment BelowDirect Download   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Ask Us Anything – Ep523 It's been a while since we interacted with you directly but that changes this week as we invite you to Ask Us Anything!We put out the call for questions from our beloved listeners and you all came through in spades! In this question and answer session we get into some ROCKNPOD memories, discuss favorite/least favorite moments in the podcast's history, share particular concert memories, and much more. Additionally, we get into some of our favorite releases by classic bands, favorite newer bands, discuss the Motley Crue drama, and, as expected, plenty of KISS discussion.It's a solid hour-plus of us answering YOUR questions! We thank you for your input and hope that you'll SHARE with a friend!Decibel Geek is a proud member of the Pantheon Podcasts family.Contact Us!Rate, Review, and Subscribe in iTunesJoin the Facebook Fan PageFollow on TwitterFollow on InstagramE-mail UsSubscribe to our Youtube channel!Support Us!Buy a T-Shirt!Donate to the show!Stream Us!Stitcher RadioSpreakerTuneInBecome a VIP Subscriber!Click HERE for more info!Comment BelowDirect Download   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 107 – Santigold The gruesome twosome is all solo on this episode, Jordan is still on newborn baby duty so Alex tries his hand at being the sole voice for an episode. He goes over rain issues in Miami, cool news about Hollywood sequels and the sick animal that is the Dali Lama!
2023.15 The Beatles US Singles This show starts out with discussion on the "Stowe" tape, and what such an exciting discovery means to the world of Beatles fandom and scholarship.      This is followed by our main topic – the US Singles.   VJ, Swan, Tollie, MGM, Capitol and ATCO (oh my).      What did the abundance of 45's mean to the average fan, and what has "collectibility" meant to the world of Beatles singles.

In this patrons-only episode, Jeremy and Tim respond to an article in the New York Times about early evening partying for which Tim was interviewed – and misrepresented!

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LITM Extra – Night and Day: Early Evening Partying [excerpt] This is an excerpt from a patrons-only episode. To become a patron, head to Patreon.com/LoveMessagePod.

In this patrons-only episode, Jeremy and Tim respond to an article in the New York Times about early evening partying for which Tim was interviewed – and misrepresented!

This precipitates a wider conversation about the history of daytime partying and how partying at night became normalised. Tim and Jeremy recount their experiences of dancing in the day at Lazy Dog and Body and Soul, explore the reasons why throwing an intense daytime party is hard, and make the case for an early bedtime.
Jeremy and Tim also cover the Northern Soul 'weekender', drag balls, rent parties, nascent Acid culture, amphetamines, rave, and – for the first time on the show – the Bee Gees.
Produced and edited by Matt Huxley.
Tracklist:
Wilson Pickett – In The Midnight Hour
The Beatles – Day Tripper
Bohannon – Have A Good Day
Dobie Gray – Out on the Floor
Bee Gees – Night Fever
Eddie Grant – Time Warp
[UNLOCKED] LITM Extra – Interview with Nicky Siano We've unlocked this patrons-only episode of Love is the Message Extra, on which we welcome the legendary Nicky Siano to the show. Nicky is a central character in the story of the NYC underground party scene and disco, as well as a frequent interviewee for Tim's books.Nicky discusses his recent book, 'I, DJ: Stonewall to Studio 54', which tells the story of his life behind the decks in New York in the early 70s. We talk about Nicky's early life, how he got his first DJing break, what New York City was like in the 70s, and how he started the Gallery.

Nicky also shares stories about his friends Frankie Knuckles and Larry Levan, his work with Alex Rosner on building the perfect sound system, the various early turntablist techniques of his crew of DJs at that time, and his experiences away from the dance floor working with people with HIV/AIDS.

We're very grateful to Nicky for generously giving his time, humour and endless stories. You can read his book in serialised form by visiting Patreon.com/nickysiano.

love lasts forever, glitter – they sweep it up every night…Produced by Matt Huxley.
Tracklist:The O'Jays – Love Train

In this patrons-only episode, Jeremy and Tim begin the first of a mini-series on the 1975 Schizo-Culture Conference, held at Columbia University in NYC and convened by the writer and ed” id=”84DTCPAACUu” vid=”84DTCPAACUu” id-for-player=”84DTCPAACUu” link=”/listen/litm-extra-the-1975-schizo-culture-conference-pt1-excerpt-84DTCPAACUu/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
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In this patrons-only episode, Jeremy and Tim begin the first of a mini-series on the 1975 Schizo-Culture Conference, held at Columbia University in NYC and convened by the writer and editor Sylvere Lotringer. Lotringer wanted to bring the ideas of Continental Philosophy to the US, so we hear about the intellectual culture and key thinkers of post-'68 France, including Derrida, Foucault, and Deleuze and Guattari. 

Tim and Jeremy consider the position of madness, sanity and freedom to these thinkers, how these ideas influenced the 'schizoanalysis' from which the conference took its name, and how they contrasted with Freudian thoughts and methods of analysis. Plus, free jazz, the Floyd, Bowie and beyond.
Produced and edited by Matt Huxley.
Tracklist:
Mahjun – Nous Ouvrirons Les CasernesDavid Bowie – Aladdin SanePink Floyd – Shine On You Crazy DiamondOrnette Coleman – Free JazzOrnette Coleman – The Circle With A Hole In The MiddleTelevision – Little Johnny Jewel part 1 & 2
Books:Michel Foucault – Discipline and PunishDeleuze & Guattari – Anti-OedipusDeleuze & Guattari – A Thousand Plateaus
Declaration of Intent: The Loft moves to Prince Steet In this episode we return to our home turf of the Loft, as David Mancuso moves his venue (and his home) from 647 Broadway to Prince Street. Tim and Jeremy detail the shutdown of the first Loft space, how David found the new location, and the battle he had with the art scene residents of Soho to stay there. The Prince Street Loft was a much larger space, set over two floors, so we hear about the different configuration of the sound system, and how across all Loft settings a collection of principles helped guide and maintain the setup.
Jeremy and Tim talk more broadly about audiophile aesthetics, the introduction of 'the prelude' to David's musical journey, and the slippery concept of 'jazziness'. Plus, a deep dive on the Dark Side of the Moon.
Produced and edited by Matt Huxley.
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Tracklist:
Johnny Hammond – Los Conquistadores Chocolates
D.C. LaRue – Cathedrals
Lonnie Liston Smith – Expansions
Pink Floyd – Speak to Me / Breathe
Sandy Bull – Blend II
Chuck Mangione – Land of Make Belief
Ozo – Anambra
Sweet, Sugar, Candy: 04/07/23 The candy industry loves this time of year due to all of the candy sales from Easter. With that in mind, this week, I'm featuring songs with titles that include one of these words: Sweet, Sugar, or Candy… For more info on the program, visit reelinwithryan.com
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Our Eggs-Excellent Adventure If the early 90's were an era of less than stellar musical prowess, then perhaps we should've been warned by this week's chart, as December '89 was surely a harbinger of things to come.  Regardless, the boys wade in to see what can be salvaged.
An over chatty AFL player has Finey fired up and looking back on his umpiring days, Brian once again cements his status in the Phil Collins fan stakes, and we take a look at a famous little Aussie invention…which luckily can't be applied to podcasts!
And with Easter upon us, which colour eggs make the best presents?  We touch on all the big topics
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Come Gather Around The AFL is flocking to Adelaide this weekend, in a move that has the boys rather perplexed.  Will Brian pose the age old Ruck 'n Roll question – What are they trying to prove??  Only time will tell.
Kev's had a feature or two in the newspapers this week, and based on Brian's less than stellar success in the nautical stakes, we're a little concerned that Finey's risking a similar fate.  All will be revealed!
There's nothing perplexing about this week Chart Attack however, as we whiz our way back to November 30th, 1966
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Fabio After Dark The Italian male model who graced so many romance novel covers, releases an album. This is the story of Fabio After Dark, from 1993.

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BOYS WHO KISS YOU IN THEIR CARS – Ber
ECHOLALIA – Eve’s Tumor
SUNFLOWER SEED – Magazine Beach
DREAM – Tommy Stinson’s Cowboys in the Campfire
OUT OF TIME – Elvis Costello and the Imposters
BOZO – White Reaper
LET YOU DOWN – Bird Streets
BEING IN LOVE – Wet Leg
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#64 SXSW WRAP-UP WITH GUEST DAVID O., PLUS NEW MUSIC FROM ELVIS COSTELLO, REPLACEMENTS’ TOMMY STINSON, STARS, MUCH MORE! BACK TO THE END – Stars
BOYS WHO KISS YOU IN THEIR CARS – Ber
ECHOLALIA – Eve’s Tumor
SUNFLOWER SEED – Magazine Beach
DREAM – Tommy Stinson’s Cowboys in the Campfire
OUT OF TIME – Elvis Costello and the Imposters
BOZO – White Reaper
LET YOU DOWN – Bird Streets
BEING IN LOVE – Wet Leg
NO REASON – Chemical Brothers
THE WORKER – Party Dozen
NOT THE ISSUE – The Prescriptions
WANT YOU! LIKE A CIGARETTE – The Courettes
SUNFLOWER JAM – BALTHVS
ROAD TRIP TO THE END OF THE WORLD – OK Cowgirl
WHAT YOU DID – Hannah Jadagu
CANNONBALL – Michigander
TELL ME WHAT YOU WANT – Caroline Rose
IN THE DARK – Waco Brothers
PSYCHOS – Jenny Lewis
GOTTA GET TO PEEKSKILL – Dropkick Murphys w/Violent Femmes
LORD HAVE MERCY – Durand Jones
FABLES – Rahill, Beck
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#65 THIS IS AWESOME! NEW! VIOLENT FEMMES W/DROPKICK MURPHYS, THE BETHS, PETE TOWNSHEND, LOU REED, MUCH MORE! WATCHING THE CREDITS – The Beths
CANNONBALL – Michigander
TELL ME WHAT YOU WANT – Caroline Rose
IN THE DARK – Waco Brothers
PSYCHOS – Jenny Lewis
GOTTA GET TO PEEKSKILL – Dropkick Murphys w/Violent Femmes
LORD HAVE MERCY – Durand Jones
FABLES – Rahill, Beck
CANDLE FLAME – Jungle, Erick the Architect
RAID – Doom Regulator
CHARMED – Mtella, Redinho
I KNOW NOTHING AT ALL – Dazy
DON’T WALK OUT THAT DOOR – Joe Louis Walker
WORST OF YOU – The Lings
JOINER – Blondshell
CAN’T OUTRUN THE TRUTH – Pete Townshend
tiny things – Tiny Habits
ALL OF THE TIME IN THE WORLD TO KILL – Milk Carton Kids
OPEN INVITATION – Lou Reed

LEON – Baxter Drury, JGreyy, Madelaine Hart

2009 – Pynch

DIRT DIAMOND – Generationals

BIRD HAS FLOWN – Connections

ROOM AT THE TOP – Galen (Ayers) & Paul (Simonon)

YOU CAN’T PUT YOUR ARMS AROUND A MEMORY – Johnny Thunders/The Courettes

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LEON – Baxter Drury, JGreyy, Madelaine Hart

2009 – Pynch

DIRT DIAMOND – Generationals

BIRD HAS FLOWN – Connections

ROOM AT THE TOP – Galen (Ayers) & Paul (Simonon)

YOU CAN’T PUT YOUR ARMS AROUND A MEMORY – Johnny Thunders/The Courettes

THE LAST ROTATION OF EARTH – BC Camplight

PARIS TO MARSEILLES – Keyside

SPOOKED BY THE KOOKS – Toby Leaman

BADI SABAH OLMADAN – Altin Gun

I THINK I THOUGHT FOREVER PROOF – Mike Viola

INITIATIVE – The Murlocs

LET IT RUST – Jonny Polonsky

TV IN THE GAS PUMP – Wednesday

FOR A WHILE – Whitney

THE MODEL – Josh Rouse

I’M GOING TO GET FREE- Dexys Midnight Runners

QT with LOVELLE E113 Over the past nine years, scientists have taken Sagan’s words very much to heart. They’ve scrutinized the Martian meteorite (which is now on view at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History), and minerals and carbon compounds that on Earth are created by microbes. It also had crystals of magnetic iron oxide, called magnetite, which some bacteria produce. Moreover, McKay presented to the crowd an electron electron electron electron electron electron electron electron microscope view of the rock showing chains of globules that bore a striking resemblance to chains that some bacteria form on Earth. “We believe that these are indeed microfossils from Mars,” McKay said, adding that the evidence wasn’t “absolute proof” of past Martian life. The scientists announced that they’d found signs of life inside the meteorite. NASA administrator Daniel Goldin gleefully said it was an “unbelievable” day.
QT SHORTS V47 First couple of songs by a band called Kerala Dust. Followed up with some crazy Goa Trance.

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Henry Mancini – Music from Mr. Lucky Musician, producer, and music historian Skip Heller returns as our guest to celebrate the career of composer Henry Mancini. Focusing on his soundtrack for the largely forgotten Mr. Lucky television series, we look at why Mancini stood out in his field and the wide swath of influence he cast.  

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Episode 65: Punks in Parkas – April 6, 2023 Tonight's show is all about Penny Lane as we celebrate her upcoming birthday! Hear some of Penny's favourite artists such as The Beatles, Joy Division, The Kinks and more!
Episode 105 – Peaches The gruesome twosome are in the throws of baby mania, Jordan loses his ring at a crab shack and Alex officially puts the hockey season to bed.
Episode 106 – Alice in Chains The gruesome twosome is more like The gruesome brotherhood, Big Toe Benny fills in for Jordan this week as he is officially on daddy duties. The brothers talk about influencers in the wild and congratulate a brand new member of Off Your John Rocker!
2023.13 Viewer Mail Letters, we've got letters! We've got stacks and stacks of letters!      Viewer mail, where Jon and I answer questions from our listeners.     Who needs facts when you've got opinions for miles?
2023.14 Paul McCartney Unplugged (The TV Experience reviewed) What's the best way to break in a new drummer?     Take him with you on a high-profile television appearance.      Paul McCartney was coming off his World Tour, lost a drummer (was Paul a model for Spinal Tap?) and agreed to appear on MTV's new-ish television show (interesting performances, moderate audience) called "Unplugged".     This week we go back a little over thirty years to talk about the performances, the songs and see how well the TV special holds up for modern audiences.
2023.15 The Beatles US Singles This show starts out with discussion on the "Stowe" tape, and what such an exciting discovery means to the world of Beatles fandom and scholarship.      This is followed by our main topic – the US Singles.   VJ, Swan, Tollie, MGM, Capitol and ATCO (oh my).      What did the abundance of 45's mean to the average fan, and what has "collectibility" meant to the world of Beatles singles.
Ep. 79 Cheo Feliciano: Early years, time with Joe Cuba, and recovery from addiction Whether it was salsa or boleros, his time with Joe Cuba, the Fania All Stars or his later collaborations, one thing that never changed was his sentimiento. And he wasn’t just a romantic bolerista, his skill at interpreting in soneo, as an improvising sonero was remarkable. No matter what he sang, he interpreted it with feeling and sincerity. Thank you for tuning in to the first part in a three part podcast series about Cheo Feliciano.
. Young Cheo did not dream of being a singer, his first dream was to play guitar, however the Escuela de Musica Juan Morel Campos, a free music school was underfunded and had only 2 guitars and 40 students. Feliciano, then chose trombone, however there was only 1 trombone and 40 students, leading him to study music for 2 years before Cheo and his family were forced to move to the US due to the increasingly difficult economic situation on the island. Now in New York, Cheo turned to percussion, playing whenever and wherever he could. Soon after he would meet Machito who introduced him to Tito Puente and Tito Rodriguez, the latter who would give him an opportunity to sing live in front of an audience at the Palladium ballroom. Soon after, Feliciano would be hired by Joe Cuba and sing with his sextet for 9 years. Sadly, Cheo struggled with addiction at this time.
Hear about all this and more In today's episode.

Songs:

A Las Seis
Yo Vine Pa Ver
Te Adoro
Macorina
Callejero
Lo Bueno Ya Viene
Mujer
Como Rien
Aunque Tu
Quieres Volver
Cachondea
Bailadores
Guaracha y Bembe
Ay, Milagro
Oriente
Quinto Sabroso
Busca lo Tuyo (with Eddie Palmieri)






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Ep. 80 Pt. 2 Cheo Feliciano: Comeback album and the Fania years Whether it was salsa or boleros, his time with Joe Cuba, the Fania All Stars or his later collaborations, one thing that never changed was his sentimiento. And he wasn’t just a romantic bolerista, his skill at interpreting in soneo, as an improvising sonero was remarkable. No matter what he sang, he interpreted it with feeling and sincerity. Thank you for tuning in to the first part in a three part podcast series about Cheo Feliciano.
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Feliciano would also travel and perform with the Fania All Stars and record memorable hits with them, such as his rerecording of his composition, 'El Raton'.
Learn about all this and more in this week's episode.

Songs:
Mano Caliente 1971

Si Por Mi Llueve 1971
Pienso en ti 1971
Medianoche y Sol 1971

Ansias de Amar 1972
Enfriamento Pasional 1972
Mirada de Amor 1974

El Raton (live with the Fania All Stars) 1975
Canta 1976

Tiempo Muerto 1978
Lucero 1978

Amada Mia 1980
Sobre una tumba humilde 1980

Sentimiento 1982
Trizas 1982

Anacaona (live) 1985




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9th April 2023 – ”Tere Tallinnast!” The Eurovision Song Contest is the biggest international music competition, and the 2023 competition is set to be held in Liverpool, United Kingdom. Forest FM is proud to bring you the Eurovision Showcase from Tallinn, Estonia. 
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It's Bigger Than Hip-Hop – Episode 71 Episode 71 of DJ Artifx's show, "It's Bigger Than Hip Hop".
Episode 200! Our 200th Episode!  We invited colleagues, friends, fans and listeners to join us for our 200th Episode.  An idea by Tom started in 2016, joined by his cousin David Gargalino, the show was an audio only format where Tom and David produced 68 episodes.  Kit O'Toole was the first guest on the show (she joins us for this 200th).  After David needed a pause,  Tom found Andy Nicholes via Facebook in 2019 after he did a one-off podcast of his own called "Backwards Traveller", and Andy thinking it's easier to do this with 2 people, than 1 happily accepted.  And here we are.  Thank you to all our listeners, family, friends and fans for following us and our show and we are happy that you share the same Macca passions we do!  On to the next 200!
 
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Episode 201: Red Rose Speedway at 50 Our first ever panel at the Fest coincided with the 50th Anniversary release of Red Rose Speedway. We didn't get a whole lot of time for this one but we enjoyed the live in person aspect, energy and fielded a few questions from the audience. We discussed a lot in 30 minutes. Our ratings on tracks, the proposed double LP, songs that could've gone on it etc. This was recorded on Sunday 2nd April at the NY/NJ Fest.
Thank you to ALL who came to our panel and to Susan Ryan for scheduling us this year!
Keep Getting On The Right Thing!
Episode 202: ”Interview: Music Express, April 1982” (Review) Tom and Andy are back from the Fest and present another Interview Review episode. This time we take a look at an interview published in April of 1982 in the Canadian Magazine "Music Express" and it was conducted Ray Bonici. In the interview Paul speaks candidly about Denny Laine, John and Yoko and the Beatles. A rare thing these days.
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Exclusive- KONE’s First Interview Listen to KONE’s first interview as an official member of LORDI on this exclusive episode of MonStars of Rock: The LORDI Story. The newest monster talks to Matthew Kessie about his influences, how he joined the group, his live debuts at Rock in The City and his ambitions for the future with the Monster Squad. Plus much much more!! Follow @truemetalpod on Instagram and Twitter to see exclusive photos and news See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Hiisi – Screem Writers Guild Special Creature Feature #1 In our first creature feature of the new season, we catch up with LORDI's bassist and not so new guy anymore HIISI about the newest LORDI record SCREEM WRITERS GUILD.Exclusive photo courtesy of Psyanide from MONSTERDISCOHELL – LORDI's officially unofficial photo library.Head to @TRUEMETALPOD on Instagram and Twitter to keep up to date with the production. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Age of extenction Fj aftermidnight greatest hits video.



Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) in 1866


Johannes Brahms, Again?



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Music History Monday: A Mama’s Boy, and Proud of It! We mark the premiere on April 10, 1868 – 155 years ago today – of Johannes Brahms’ magnificent A German Requiem, for vocal soloists, chorus, and orchestra.



Johannes Brahms (1833-1897) in 1866


Johannes Brahms, Again?



I know I’ve been going heavy on Brahms (1833-1897) as of late. I would apologize if he wasn’t so fascinating a person and if his music wasn’t so darned good, but he was a fascinating person and his music is superb, so our continued attention is well deserved.



It’s not as if we didn’t have other topical options for this date. For example, on this date in 1970 – 53 years ago today – Paul McCartney “officially” announced the split-up of The Beatles. Okay; whatever; if there’s one topic that’s gotten more play here in Music History Monday than Bach, Brahms and Beethoven combined, it’s the fourth “B”: The Beatles.



The breakup of The Beatles?



Sorry, but yawn.



The “Wilhelm Scream”



Shelby Frederick “Sheb” Wooley (1921-2003)


Then there’s this. April 10, 1921, marks the birth – 102 years ago today – of the American singer, songwriter, actor, and comedian Shelby Frederick “Sheb” Wooley, in Erick Oklahoma (he died in Nashville, Tennessee on September 16, 2003, at the age of 82). For the vast majority of us who do indeed remember him, Wooley is best known for his 1958 rock ‘n’ roll comedy single The Purple People Eater, which he wrote in a matter of minutes and which sat at number 1 on Billboard’s Hot Pop Chart for six weeks between June 9 and July 14, 1958. The so-called “Official Video” is linked below.









But for those “in the know” (which is about to include all of us), Wooley’s greatest contribution to Western culture is not The Purple People Eater but rather, something called the “Wilhelm Scream.”



Here’s the scoop.



Among his various roles as an actor, Sheb Wooley made an uncredited appearance as one “Private Jessup” in a 1951 Gary Cooper movie called Distant Drums. At one point during the movie, a company of soldiers is fleeing through the Florida Everglades, pursued by a pack of Seminole Indians. Several soldiers die during the chase, including one who emits a blood-curdling scream as he is dragged underwater to his death by an alligator. Here is that scream:









The scream was created and recorded by none-other-than Sheb Wooley, and it has long outlived him. Wooley’s screeching sound-bite got its name when it was used again – in 1953 – in the movie The Charge at Feather River, when a character named “Private Wilhelm” got hit in the thigh with an arrow:



The now so-called “Wilhelm Scream” became part of Hollywood’s stock sound library, and as such, it went on to be been used – often multiple times in a single film – in hundreds of movies, TV shows, and video games, including the Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Lord of the Rings, Kill Bill, Toy Story, Cars, The Incredibles, and Lethal Weapon franchises; Reservoir Dogs; Aladdin; Beauty and the Beast; The Fifth Element; Breaking Bad; The Simpsons; The X–Files; The Mandalorian; the list goes on and on!



I offer up two video links. The first one features what WatchMojo considers the “10 best” Wilhelm Screams:



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Episode 98. English Summer Of Love 1967 In England, the fabled "Summer of Love" reached commercial and public favor with a series of unique singles and select albums. Recording Artists allowed their full artistic expression blossom on vinyl and they came up with marvelous results. This is a small sample of some of the A and B sides of singles that enhanced the profile of the new hippie movement. Please feel free to donate or Tip the show at [email protected] have a look at these special interest sites.If you would, please make a donation of love and hope to St. Jude Children's HospitalMake an impact on the lives of St. Jude kids – St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital (stjude.org)Get your Vegan Collagen Gummies from Earth & Elle, available thru Amazon at this link.Amazon.com: Earth & Elle Vegan Collagen Gummies – Non-GMO Biotin Gummies, Vitamin A, E, C – Plant Based Collagen Supplements for Healthier Hair, Skin, Nails – 60 Chews of Orange Flavored Gummies, Made in USA : Health & HouseholdKathy Bushnell Website for Emily Muff bandHome | Kathy Bushnell | Em & MooListen to previous shows at the main webpage at:https://www.buzzsprout.com/1329053Pamela Des Barres Home page for books, autographs, clothing and online writing classes.Pamela Des Barres | The Official Website of the Legendary Groupie and Author (pameladesbarresofficial.com)Listen to more music by Laurie Larson at:Home | Shashké Music and Art (laurielarson.net)View the most amazing paintings by Marijke Koger-Dunham (Formally of the 1960's artists collective, "The Fool").Psychedelic, Visionary and Fantasy Art by Marijke Koger (marijkekogerart.com)For unique Candles have a look at Stardust Lady's Etsy shopWhere art and armor become one where gods are by TwistedByStardust (etsy.com)For your astrological chart reading, contact Astrologer Tisch Aitken at:https://www.facebook.com/AstrologerTisch/Tarot card readings by Kalinda available atThe Mythical Muse | FacebookEmma Bonner-Morgan Facebook music pageThe Music Of Emma Bonner-Morgan | FacebookFor booking Children's parties and character parties in the Los Angeles area contact Kalinda Gray at:https://www.facebook.com/wishingwellparties/
9 Nine In Nails Tales I vividly remember my first encounter with Trent Reznor and Nine Inch Nails…it was April 17, 1990, at the old RPM club in Toronto… Nine Inch Nails were opening for Goth God Peter Murphy and frankly, no one cared…I was there with a bunch of people chatting at the bar while this noisy band blitzed their way through the first four songs of their set…and then came song number five…it was an insanely heavy version of the Queen song, “Get Down Make Love” from their 1977 album, “News of the World”…It took about 30 seconds for the crowd to pick up that the band had launched into a cover…and it was a good cover…an excellent cover…and I remember seeing the entire audience turn as one toward the stage to see what the hell was going on…My memory is that everyone suddenly got into the band…and for the rest of the set—which consisted of “Ringfinger,” Down In It,” and “Head Like A Hole”—the crowd went nuts…and we were rewarded for our attention by the band smashing their gear to bits at the end…That was it…I was sold on this new band and I’ve been a fan ever since… Nine Inch Nails is one of my desert island bands…I’ve seen the band more times than I can count…I’ve interviewed Trent on multiple occasions…I have just about every single physical release, including several box sets…if you look in my cd library, you’ll find that I have more Nine Inch Nails bootlegs than anyone else…I even wrote a book on the first two albums…With all that in mind, here are some of my favourite stories about Trent and the band…and because I like being cute about things, I’m calling this show “Nine Inch Nails tales”. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Story Behind "Layla" by Derek & The Dominos | Mini 101 This song brought Duane Allman into the studio with Eric Clapton, and details Clapton's love for George Harrison's wife Pattie.Support the show
5.8 – Chester Bennington (Linkin Park) Part 2 After reaching sobriety, Chester Bennington kept very busy with multiple musical projects in addition to Linkin Park – and with his growing family. Unfortunately, he was still fighting with his demons every single day. [email protected] .Listen to the playlist for this episode at https://open.spotify.com/playlist/6DkeKfm2c4L27nbOmD8R46?si=174a412373d84a2b .Support the show
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Episode #127: February 28, 1970 with guest cohost Lynda Quigg Yes, the Old Man isn't flying solo for once, as he's invited music instructor and classically trained singer Lynda Quigg to join him on this look back at the hits from the very early end of my chart timeline. (Oh yeah, she's my wife as well). She provides a different and more technical perspective to this week's songs. Find out how the person hired to design one single's sleeve fell (felt?) flat on their face, whether Cass Elliot could have made it on Broadway, when "messy 70s" began, what British Invasion band was making "clown music," and whether a grizzled action star was suited to a big Hollywood musical.
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Tracklist:

1. Anti-Hero (Illenium Remix) – Taylor Swift
2. Call It Love (Klingande Remix) – Felix Jaehn & Ray Dalton
3. Holy Grail (Pat C Edit) – Justin Timberlake & Jay-Z x Robert Falcon
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HouseCast #070 Episode #070 – including new tracks from Alle Farben, Lucas & Steve, Beauz and many more…
 
Tracklist:

1. Anti-Hero (Illenium Remix) – Taylor Swift
2. Call It Love (Klingande Remix) – Felix Jaehn & Ray Dalton
3. Holy Grail (Pat C Edit) – Justin Timberlake & Jay-Z x Robert Falcon
4. Tom's Diner (Mario Eddie x Vandal Steve VIP Mix) – Suzanne Vega, DNA
5. Freedom – Alle Farben
6. Lose Yourself (Fred Makkari Edit) – Eminem x San Pacho
7. Lionheart (Fearless) – Joel Corry & Tom Grennan
8. Lions Roar – Lucas & Steve Ft. Philip Strand
9. You Can’t Change Me – David Guetta & MORTEN
10. Pump It (Kastra Edit) – Tiesto & Black Eyed Peas x Borgeous
11. Pump It Louder x Can’t Hold Us (DJ Arman Aveiru & Deville Edit) – Tiesto, Black Eyed Peas x Showtek x GESES & LUSSO x Macklemore
12. Sweet Drill Dreams (Criminal Noise & Jean Luc MashUp) – La Bouche x The Drill
13. Samba De Janeiro (Rave Republic Bootleg) –  Bellini
14. Mood (Tiësto Remix) – Makar
15. Skeletons – BEAUZ Ft. Robbie Rosen
16. Party Sahne (Dj Blizz Edit) – Ski Aggu, Endzone & Ericson
17. Voulez Vous (Fabian Farell Extended Remix) – ABBA
18. Sex On Fire – Sandro Silva
19. Miss You (Restricted Edit) – southstar
20. Turn On The Lights again.. (Maddix Remix) – Fred again.. x Swedish House Mafia (feat. Future)
21. I Ain't Worried (Restricted Edit) – One Republic
 
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Missy Elliott w/ Brooklyn White Journalist and editor Brooklyn White joins Joe & Kristen to talk about the music and career of paradigm-shifting hip-hop innovator Missy Elliott. She made the ballot on her first year of eligibility– will she make it to the induction stage for 2023? This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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