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Past Daily: Amazing Historical Concerts & News Past Daily: News, History, Music And An Enormous Sound Archive.

Gordon Skene, two-time Grammy Nominee and archivist runs The Gordon Skene Sound Archive and this website, which is dedicated to preserving and encouraging an interest in history and historic news, events, musical performance of all types, and cultural aspects of our society. Past Daily is the only place on the Internet where you can hear a Nixon speech, listen to an interview with John Cassavettes or play a broadcast of Charles Munch rehearsing the Boston Symphony in 1950, all in the same place. It's living history and it's timeless.

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A History Of Rock Music in Five Hundred Songs A podcast which goes through the history of rock and roll music, one song at a time, starting in 1938 and ending up in 1999.
‎This Day In Music History Get a daily dose of history facts with Ron from The Colorado Sound. This short, daily podcast brings you up to speed on birthdays and historic happenings on this day in music history.

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Past Daily: World of Music Listen to World of Music as Vurbl Partner Past Daily shares recordings the L.A. Philharmonic, Steel Mill, Stan Kenton, Dizzy Gillespie, Peter, Paul & Mary.

Gordon Skene, two-time Grammy Nominee and archivist runs The Gordon Skene Sound Archive and this website, which is dedicated to preserving and encouraging an interest in history and historic news, events, and cultural aspects of our society. Past Daily is the only place on the Internet where you can hear a Nixon speech, listen to an interview with John Cassavettes or play a broadcast of Charles Munch rehearsing the Boston Symphony in 1950, all in the same place. It's living history and it's timeless.
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Straight Outta Compton: The Audio Legacy of NWA N.W.A. was one of the pioneers of hip hop and the gangsta rap genre on the West Coast. N.W.A.’s members featured DJ Yella, MC Ren, Ice Cube, Dr. Dre, and the late Eazy E. Their brand of hip hop was rebellious, an outcry against the conditions they faced in their community. As a result, their music was polarizing as it brought national attention to issues they wanted to highlight — perhaps most significant, police brutality. Check out this playlist all about the groups legacy. Best Vurbl Music Audio
Audio History of Jazz Music and Its Origins Learn how jazz developed in New Orleans from music history experts. Understanding the music genre’s deep roots in the black American experience is essential. This playlist breaks down the origins of the style, rhythm, and harmony of the music that was shaped by innumerable cultures. Best Vurbl Music Audio
Audio History of Michael Jackson Told Through Podcasts Join Vurbl as we bring you podcasts about Michael Jackson's career, creative process, and contributions to both music and popular culture.
One of the most acclaimed and popular artists of his generation, Michael Jackson was bar none of the most iconic and legendary musicians to ever walk the Earth. His tragic death in 2009 was a watershed moment in American popular culture, and to this day, Michael has millions of fans around the globe who never stopped listening.
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Audio History of Hip Hop's Dr. Dre and Death Row Records Death Row Records was one of the most influential music labels of the 1990s—possibly of all time. Its all-star roster included Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Kurupt, and Tupac Shakur. Allegedly bankrolled by money extorted from Vanilla Ice by Death Row co-founder, Suge Knight, the company was plagued by in-fighting, feuds, and violence that culminated in Tupac's death and Knight's imprisonment. But despite it all, Death Row made some of the most iconic music in modern memory and launched some of the biggest names in the industry today. Best Vurbl Music Audio

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Episode 184: Paul Simon Goes to Africa Greg and Ben discuss the Wiz Khalifa vs. DJs, Mase signing with Death Row, Prince’s estate, physical media vs. digital media, Taylor Swift’s private plane, Paul Simon’s Graceland, and Earworms of the Week!Paul Simon - Diamonds In the Soles of Her ShoesHerbie Hancock - All ApologiesDisgroove - SometimesAnderson East - MadelynPaul Simon - Under African SkiesCheck out Ben’s debut album "Warm Georgia Nights" wherever you stream music!Follow us on Facebook: facebook.com/bythetimeuhearthis Follow us on TikTok: @bythetimeuhearthisFollow us on Instagram: @bythetimeuhearthis, @gplaysitcool, @benwattsstudios, @gmediaatlEmail: bythetimeuhearthis@gmail.com Leave us a review and rating on your favorite platform!Search us on listennotes.com
Imbalanced History: The Jimi Hendrix Experience: "Are You Experienced?" The focus here, after a classic two-part episode about Hendrix in the Fall of 2019, is the game-changing album, "Are You Experienced?" The Experience's debut set fire to all conventions except the use of instruments and electricity to create sound!!! Jimi's brilliance is underlined by the perfect sonic bed by Noel & Mitch for the exercising of the passions exhibited in those grooves!The social conditions of the times are discussed as are their impact on the final contents of both the U.S. and U.K. versions of the album.Please check out our sponsors:Boldfoot Socks   https://boldfoot.comCrooked Eye Brewery   https://crookedeyebrewery.com/Don't forget that you can find all of our episodes, on-demand, for free right here on our web site: https://imbalancedhistory.com/And check our blog about exciting premier events for Danny Garcia's new film, "Nightclubbing!"
Episode 17 with Joe Vitale and Michael Braunstein Grammy Award-winning engineer Bruce Hensal joins co-host Drigo Garcia-Salas from the Melrose Center in welcoming guests drummer/singer/songwriter Joe Vitale and producer/engineer Michael Braunstein. Joe and Michael talk about their career paths and particular moments in music history when those paths crossed, while working with Joe Walsh, Steven Stills and many others.
Episode 84. The Small Faces & The Yardbirds This episode spotlights two separate English bands that became influences on bands in the coming decades, The Small Faces and The Yardbirds. The Small Faces began as a Mod band that played pop and R & B music though by the time of the London Psychedelic scene the band became adept to experimenting in the studio while doing session work for Anfrew Loog Oldham's record label, Immediate Records. The band became one of the bands of their era and their effect on their peers and fans is still prevalent. The Yardbirds began as a Blues band and had the most amazing succession of guitar players in the band. They played the Blues with Eric Clapton and after he left The Yardbirds became more experimental with Jeff Beck. Then they added Jimmy Page into the mix and he shortly began to form a New Yardbirds band for touring though he changed the band's name to Led Zeppelin. The rest is Rock & Roll history. Feel free to make a donation to the show through PayPal at  sonictyme@yahoo.comIf 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)Also Other Items of Interest:Kathy 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/I'm listed in Feedspot's "Top 10 Psychedelic Podcasts You Must Follow". https://blog.feedspot.com/psychedelic_podcasts/
2022.r32 The Beatles and India (review) Namaste!    This week we take a dive into the film "The Beatles and India", based in part upon the book "Across the Universe" by Ajoy Bose.     There's more to it than sitars and the Maharishi!
What Have We Learned? The Birth & Death of the Cool Hosts Nate Wilcox and Yuri Campbell revisit our previous discussion with Ted Gioia and the basic premises of his work.Buy the book and support the podcast.Download this episode.Have a question or a suggestion for a topic or person for Nate to interview? Email letitrollpodcast@gmail.comFollow us on Twitter.Follow us on Facebook.Let It Roll is proud to be part of Pantheon Podcasts.
The Jimi Hendrix Experience: "Are You Experienced?" The focus here, after a classic two-part episode about Hendrix in the Fall of 2019, is the game-changing album, "Are You Experienced?" The Experience's debut set fire to all conventions except the use of instruments and electricity to create sound!!! Jimi's brilliance is underlined by the perfect sonic bed by Noel & Mitch for the exercising of the passions exhibited in those grooves!The social conditions of the times are discussed as are their impact on the final contents of both the U.S. and U.K. versions of the album.Please check out our sponsors:Boldfoot Socks   https://boldfoot.comCrooked Eye Brewery   https://crookedeyebrewery.com/Don't forget that you can find all of our episodes, on-demand, for free right here on our web site: https://imbalancedhistory.com/And check our blog about exciting premier events for Danny Garcia's new film, "Nightclubbing!"
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Mao DP/NRM was sworn in this week! What will he do in his first 100 days?
Soroti - congrats to NRM! A hard fought bruising contest?
I President Museveni in another address, with scientists, advocates railways and electric cars but also now accepts that businesses lost out in COVID19 lockdowns.
Kenya - Raila or Rut? Did you watch the one-man presidential address?


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Volume 84: Dixieland for Dinner Back to Dixieland, but this time the music has a more laid-back, sophisticated style. And while I may have mentioned this trumpet player in a past episode, Red Nichols has not been featured on one of my dad’s records so far. So get ready for an entree that’s always on my dad’s menu with Volume 84: Dixieland for Dinner.
Credits and copyrights
Red Nichols And The Five Pennies – Dixieland Dinner Dance
Label: Capitol Records – ST-1297
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo
Released: 1960
Genre: Jazz
Style: Dixieland
We'll hear 6 of the 10 songs on the album.
Cornet – Red Nichols
Bass Saxophone – Joe Rushton, Jr.
Clarinet – Bill Wood
Trombone – Pete Beilmann, Sr.
Drums – Rollie Culver
Piano – Bobby Hammack
Producer – Bill Miller
Artwork – Frank Page
Johnson Rag
Written-By – Guy Hall, Henry Kleinkauf, Jack Lawrence
My Funny Valentine
Written-By – Richard Rodgers - Lorenz Hart
Satan Takes A Holiday
Written-By – Larry Clinton
Baby Won't You Please Come Home
Written-By – Charles Warfield, Clarence Williams
Stop, Look And Listen
Written-By – George Van Eps, Johnny Van Eps, Ralph Freed
American Patrol
Arranged By, Adapted By – Henry Beau, Red Nichols
I do not own the rights to this music. ASCAP, BMI licenses provided by third-party platforms for music that is not under Public Domain.
New Noize Weekly 08.05.22 - Ep489 We're back to bring you all the latest, greatest, and weirdest news in the rock and metal world with New Noize Weekly!Kerry King recently did an interview and stated that his new project is on par with Slayer; quite a comment. Billy Sheehan recently stated that he's in possession of a pro-shot concert from the David Lee Roth 'Eat 'Em & Smile' tour. Aerosmith has begun releasing streaming concerts on YouTube from each decade of their 50 year career. Metallica just keeps getting bigger as 'Master of Puppets' has achieved renewed interest due to the Stranger Things connection. We discuss all of these stories this week.Other topics covered this week include Skid Row playing for more than peanuts, a deluxe version of Motorhead's 'Iron Fist,' the future of the Dio hologram, John Corabi's past driving a big rig, Andy McCoy shredding Nikki Sixx in an interview, Don Dokken's shocking recent live performance, and Rob Halford reconsidering the Judas Priest induction to the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame.It's a lot to cover but we get to it all. We hope you enjoy New Noize Weekly and 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
Episode 378: Let's Party on-target-podcast.onpodium.comMod Marty went digging in North Dakota and Minnesota this past weekend and came home with an exciting stack of wax. Join us this hour and share in the grooves and the vibes, you’ll be glad you did.-----------------------------------------------The Playlist Is:"We're Gonna Party"The Portraits - Tri Disc"Check Mr. Popeye/Now Let's Popeye"Leroy Jones- Giant"Keep A' Walkin'"Sam & Dave- Roulette"Don't You Have Feelings"Little Joe Cook- Loma"You Blew Your Cool (And Lost Your Fool)"Johnny Johnson & The Bandwagon - Epic"Ow! Boogaloo"Wayne Logiudice- Philips"You're Wrong"Sumpin' Else- Liberty"You're Gonna Be Mine"New Colony Six- Sentar"She's Got The Time (she's Got The Changes)"The Poor- York "Better Use Your Head"Little Anthony & The Imperials- Veep"She Blew A Good Thing"The Poets- Symbol"Baby Please Come Back Home"J. J. Barnes- Groovesville"Let's Party"The Webs- Atlantic"Something About You"The Spoilers- GMC"La De Da I Love You"Inez & Charlie Foxx- Symbol"Maryann"Rockin Robin Roberts- Etiquette"Mini Skirts"Gates Of Edan- Jubilee"I'm A Fool"The AstronautsRCA-Victor"Love Me Like You Mean It"Percy Sledge- Atlantic"My Baby's Love"Arthur Adams- Chisa"Jack Sax The City"Johnny Beecher - Warner Brothers
Rapidly Rotating Records 78 RPM Show – August 7, 2022 Welcome to Glenn Robison’s Rapidly Rotating Records, bringing you vintage music to which you can’t *not* tap your toes, from rapidly rotating 78 RPM records of the 1920s and ’30s.
Yet another playlist post not featuring a photograph of a composer, songwriter, performer or record label! This week’s edition of Rapidly Rotating Records starts off with a trio of records about mules. Mules have been used as pack animals for centuries which leads to a story about Adams Pack Station, located in Big Santa Anita Canyon in the San Gabriel Mountain Range, just 24 miles from downtown Los Angeles! Find out all about Adams Pack Station and the vital services it provides in the first segment of the show. In other segments, we’ll celebrate the birthdays of Mary O’Rourke and Charles Horwitz.  We’ll also get sent “up the river,” and have a party of sorts. There’s lots of great music and interesting information, so set aside an hour with your favorite beverage and be magically transported back to a different–and we think better–musical era. 
ENJOY THE SHOW!

Here’s the complete playlist:
Segment 1: Mules
The Arkansaw Mule – Ken Moyer’s Novelty TrioI’m The Man Who Rode The Mule Around The World – Vernon DalhartFlop Eared Mule – Blue Ridge Highballers (Led by Charley La Prade, Fiddle) 
Segment 2: Mary O’Rourke
Choir Boy – Master Joe PetersenTwo Little Tears – Master Joe PetersenLittle Gray Home In The West – Master Joe Petersen
Segment 3: Party Line
On The Party Line – Billy MurrayLaughter On The Line – The Laughter MakersWhen Lightnin’ Struck The Coon Creek Party Line – Hoosier Hot Shots
Segment 4: Charles Horwitz
Lucky Jim – Criterion QuartetMoriarity – Collins & HarlanSegment 5: Up the River
Ridin’ Up The River Road – Mario “Harp” LorenziUp The River – Ray Starita and His Ambassadors Band / Pat O’Malley, v.










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Classical Rip Offs, Part 3 Look at all this culture going on here! The Crambones check out even more popular songs that were inspired and/or stolen from classical music.
26: Bob Dylan Goes Electric with Kathryn Lofton We are going electric with Bob Dylan and  Professor Kathryn Lofton. Few pop culture moments have been analyzed more closely than Bob Dylan "going electric" at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival. We ask what is all means for American religion, race, and music with our special guest, Kathryn Lofton.Kathryn is the Lex Hixon Professor of Religious Studies and American Studies, Professor of History and Divinity, and FAS Dean of Humanities at Yale University. She has written extensively about capitalism, popular culture, and the secular, from her first book, Oprah: The Gospel of an Icon (2011) to the book Consuming Religion (2017), parsing the  relationship between religion and consumer capitalism from the Kardashian family to  Goldman Sachs. Her article on Dylan going electric in the Journal of Popular Music Studies knocked us off our feet. Enjoy this wide-ranging conversation about some of our most favorite topics in rock music, the life of the spirit, and more. Check out the book About Man and God and Law: The Spiritual Wisdom of Bob Dylan wherever fine books are sold, and learn about related projects at mangodlaw.com.We are proud to be part of the Pantheon Podcasts Network.
The Doors - The Doors (S7 E6) Welcome to the Sounds On Vinyl brought to you by BoozeHound Entertainment. This week we talk about The Doors' debut release. Mike also shares his latest find; Thin Lizzy's Jailbreak. ---LinksExtended show notes @ SoundsOnVinyl.comPlaylists Videos Episode Collections If you really dig what we’re doing and would like to support our show, please visit our Fan Support page.---CreditsHosts:Mike Svensson - Instagram Phil Bowyer - Instagram / TwitterIntro & Outro:Voice Over: Kate Bowyer - Instagram / TwitterMusic: Grand Rezerva - Website / Bandcamp---Thank you for listening! We love you! Keep Rockin’!Copyright BoozeHound Entertainment & BoozeHound Music. All Rights Reserved. Music courtesy Shot Glass Records, a BoozeHound Company.Some links may be affiliate links. We may get a small commission if you sign up or purchase using our link. This is just one way you can help support the show.
London Calling (S7 E7) Welcome to the Sounds On Vinyl Show, brought to you by BoozeHound Entertainment. This week we talk about Mastering Stranger Things and Mike's finds from his trip to London. Time Stamps:19:38 / Whitesnake - Saints and Sinners29:40 / Deep Purple - Last Concert In Japan35:56 / Saxon - Denim and Leather43:18 / Budget Labels like Fame---Links:Extended show notes @ SoundsOnVinyl.comPlaylists: https://soundsonvinyl.com/playlists Videos: https://soundsonvinyl.com/video Episode Collections:https://soundsonvinyl.com/collections If you really dig what we’re doing and would like to support our show, please visit https://soundsonvinyl.com/donate to support the show.---Credits:Hosts:Mike Svensson - Instagram Phil Bowyer - Instagram / TwitterIntro & Outro:Voice Over: Kate Bowyer - Instagram / TwitterMusic: Dead Anarchy - Website / License---Thank you for listening! We love you! Keep Rockin’!Copyright BoozeHound Entertainment & BoozeHound Music. All Rights Reserved. Music courtesy Shot Glass Records, a BoozeHound Company. Some links may be affiliate links. We may get a small commission if you sign up or purchase using our link. This is just one way you can help support the show.
Episode 263: Your Listening To Phil Wilson's Vinyl Revival Radio Show 7th August 2022 (Side B Hour 2 of 2), Britain's Most Listened To Vinyl Radio Show Podcast, find out more at www.vinylrevivalradio.com you can hear the show on your smart device too. Please see the full show for track listings or at https://www.vinylrevivalradio.comIf you would like to buy me a coffee or buy one of my ebooks you can at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/vinylreviv4​
Episode 263: Your Listening To Phil Wilson's Vinyl Revival Radio Show 7th August 2022 (Side A Hour 1 of 2), Britain's Most Listened To Vinyl Radio Show Podcast, find out more at www.vinylrevivalradio.com you can hear the show on your smart device too. Please see the full show for track listings or at https://www.vinylrevivalradio.comIf you would like to buy me a coffee or buy one of my ebooks you can at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/vinylreviv4
Episode 263: Your Listening To Phil Wilson's Vinyl Revival Radio Show 7th August 2022 (Full Radio Show), Britain's Most Listened To Vinyl Radio Show Podcast, find out more at www.vinylrevivalradio.com you can hear the show on your smart device too. On this weeks glittering edition of Britain's Number One Syndicated Vinyl Radio Show Phil Wilson's Vinyl Revival #puttheneedleontherecordListen out for the Album Of The Week - Village People - Go West 1979 Mercury 9109 621Number 1 Of The Week comes from 1983 spending 2 weeks at the top of the UK Official Top 40 Chart.The Oddity Of The Week clue is: Another audience participation this week but don't Busta Bloodvessel dancing in this 1840's music hall dance. While your listening why not buy me a coffee or one of my eBooks at https://www.buymeacoffee.com/vinylreviv4/Music this week from:Erasure,Gloria Estefan And Miami Sound Machine,Bill Withers,Sharon Redd,The Amber Quills,Bobby Darinand many more...If you would like a shout out or a request please feel free to drop me a message here:https://www.facebook.com/vinylrevivalradioshowOfficial website: https://www.vinylrevivalradio.comInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/philwilsonsvinylrevivalTwitter: https://www.twitter.com/phils45s #putheneedleontherecordhttps://www.twitter.com/smoothjazzphilAlso on TikTok search for #philwilsonsvinylrevival​You can now ask Alexa on Amazon devices: "Alexa play Phil Wilson's Vinyl Revival"Add the skill at: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Phil-Wilsons-Vinyl-Revival/dp/B08HY3GG8X​Please check out the books I have written available worldwide as an eBook and in Paperback at:https://www.amazon.com/author/philwilson​Tell your friends and tell them to tell their friends.​I hope you enjoy the show Cheers Phil 'P-P-P-Pop' Wilson (Celebrating nearly 30 years of broadcasting in 2023)
The Sopranos: 08/06/22 On this episode, we look back at the HBO TV Series, The Sopranos, which aired from January 1999 - June 2007. For more information, visit reelinwithryan.com
POWER POP SERIES: MARCO DELMAR (ELEKTRICS) / DAVE HEARN (HAWKS) BJ has enlightening conversations about power pop (and the music business) with guitar player Marco Delmar from The Elektrics (who released two albums with Capitol) and keyboardist Dave Hearn from HAWKS (who released two albums with Columbia). What role did a young Jon Bon Jovi play in creating a unique percussion sound? Who turned down a tour with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers? Listen to find out.
S1 #26 "If You Leave" by OMD This week's #26 pick in the Top 50 '80s Movie Soundtrack Songs comes from Jason. He chose "If You Leave" by OMD from the movie Pretty In Pink. Listen to get the scoop on the song's history, commercial success, and the hosts' review. To find the song on your favorite music service, use the link below:"If You Leave" by OMD:https://songwhip.com/orchestral-manoeuvres-in-the-dark-3/if-you-leaveThis week's bonus song is "Pretty In Pink" by The Psychedelic Furs:https://songwhip.com/the-psychedelic-furs/prettyinpinkFollow the hosts on Twitter, Eric (@Eric_Vardeman) and Jason (@RD80s), and give them your feedback on this episode's song choice! You can also stream episodes from your browser at our website: https://greatestlists.transistor.fm/★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
S1 #25 "Almost Paradise" by Ann Wilson and Mike Reno This week's #26 pick in the Top 50 '80s Movie Soundtrack Songs comes from Eric. He chose #25 "Almost Paradise" by Ann Wilson and Mike Reno from the movie Footloose. Listen to get the scoop on the song's history, commercial success, and the hosts' review. To find the song on your favorite music service, use the link below:"Almost Paradise" by Ann Wilson and Mike Renohttps://songwhip.com/mike-reno/almost-paradise-love-theme-from-footlooseThis week's first bonus song is "Nothing At All" by Heart:https://songwhip.com/heart/nothin-at-allThis week's second bonus song is "Hot Girls In Love" from Loverboy:https://songwhip.com/loverboy/hot-girls-in-loveFollow the hosts on Twitter, Eric (@Eric_Vardeman) and Jason (@RD80s), and give them your feedback on this episode's song choice! You can also stream episodes from your browser at our website: https://greatestlists.transistor.fm/★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Gluck and Glass in the Underworld Synopsis
In Greek mythology, Orpheus was a priest of Apollo and a fabulous musician, who attempted to bring his dead wife Eurydice back from the underworld.
On this day in 1774, in Paris, the first performance of the French version of the opera “Orpheus and Eurydice” by Christoph Willibald Gluck took place. Gluck originally wrote the opera in Italian, but for the French version in 1774, he added some new instrumental music, including a serene interlude depicting the “Dance of the Blessed Spirits” —an excerpt that has become one of Gluck’s most famous and best-loved works.
Over the centuries, more than 60 operas have been written on the theme of Orpheus and Eurydice. In fact, two of the very FIRST operas ever written are based on this legend, both by Italian composers of the late Renaissance: one by Jacopo Peri performed in 1600 and another by Claudio Monteverdi from 1607.
One of the more recent operas based on the Orpheus legend is by the American composer Philip Glass, based on a libretto he adapted from the 1950 movie, “Orpheus,” by the surrealistic French poet and film director Jean Cocteau. The American Repertory Theatre and the Brooklyn Academy of Music commissioned Glass’s version in 1993.
Music Played in Today's Program
Christoph Willibald Gluck (1714-1787) – Dance of the Blessed Spirits, fr Orphée (Academy of Ancient Music; Christopher Hogwood, cond.) L'oiseau Lyre 410 553
Philip Glass (b. 1937) – Act 2 Interlude, fr Orphée (Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra; Dennis Russell Davies, cond.) Nonesuch 79496-2
Rossini asks "Who was that masked man?" Synopsis
A fiery horse with the speed of light, a cloud of dust, and a hearty “Hi-yo, Silver!”
Generations of American baby boomers first heard Rossini’s “William Tell” Overture as the opening credits of the old Lone Ranger TV western, but we suspect only a few of them ever realized the overture by an Italian composer was written for a French opera about a Swiss archer, which was adapted from a German play by Friedrich Schiller. Like a Facebook relationship, “It’s complicated.”
Anyway, Rossini’s “William Tell” was first heard in Paris on today’s date in 1829. Rossini hoped “William Tell” would be considered his masterpiece. Ironically, the complete opera is only rarely staged these days, but the “William Tell” overture became a familiar concert hall showpiece – SO familiar, in fact, as to become something of a musical cliché.
The Russian composer Dimitri Shostakovich gave a dark 20th-century spin to Rossini’s overly familiar theme, when he quoted the “William Tell” overture in the opening movement of his Symphony No. 15. In the context of Shostakovich’s enigmatic final symphony, Rossini’s jaunty little theme comes off like a forced smile, and audiences are free to read whatever political subtext they wish into its rather sinister context.
Music Played in Today's Program
Gioacchino Rossini (1792-1868) –William Tell Overture (Philharmonia Orchestra; Carlo Maria Giulini, cond.) EMI 69042
Dimitri Shostakovich (1906-1975) –Symphony No. 15 in A, Op. 141 (London Philharmonic; Mariss Jansons, cond.) EMI 56591
On This Day
Births

1884 - Russian-born American composer Louis Gruenberg, near Brest-Litovsk (Julian date: July 22);
1896 - Russian inventor Lev Sergeivitch Termen (anglicized to Leon Theremin) in St. Petersburg (Gregorian date: August 15)



Deaths

1784 - Italian composer and teacher Giovanni Battista Martini, age 78, in Bologna; His students included Gluck, Mozart, Grétry, and Jommelli;



Premieres

1829 - Rossini: opera, "Guillaume Tell" (William Tell), at the Paris Opéra;
1941 - Robert Russell Bennett: Symphony in D ("For the Dodgers"), in New York;
1961 - John Cage: "Atlas Eclipticalis," at the "International Week of Today's Music," in Montréal;
1967 - Lalo Schifrin: cantata, "The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich" (adapted from the composer's filmscore) by the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl, with Lawrence Foster conducting;



Others

1668 - German composer Dietrich Buxtehude marries the daughter of Franz Tunder, retiring organist at St. Mary's Church in Lübeck, as a condition to succeed Tunder in his position at St. Mary's; It is thought that both Handel and J.S. Bach were both interested in the position - but not in Tunder's daughter;
1778 - Milan’s famous Teatro alla Scala (La Scala) opens with a performance of “L’Europa riconosciuta” by Italian opera composer Antonio Salieri, a work written specially for the occasion; The theater took its name from the site previously occupied by the church of Santa Maria della Scala (named after Bernabo Visconti’s wife, Beatrice della Scala); This same opera, conducted by Riccardo Muti, was performed on Dec. 7, 2004 at the Gala reopening of La Scala after three years of major renovation;
1779 - Mozart finishes in Salzburg his "Posthorn" Serenade;
1795 - The Paris Conservatory of Music is founded by the National Revolutionary Convention.




Links and Resources



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On other famous radio themes
David Raksin goes "noir" Synopsis
Today marks the birthday of American composer David Raksin, born in 1912 in Philadelphia. He studied composition with Arnold Schoenberg, was friends with Igor Stravinsky, and has written a wide range of concert music. Yet Raksin is best known for one haunting tune – the theme he wrote for a classic 1944 film noir entitled "Laura."
David Raksin said the true story behind this music sounds like something out of a Grade-B movie. The very weekend he faced a deadline and simply had to come up with a theme for "Laura," Raksin says he received a "Dear John" letter from his wife stating she was leaving him. Unwilling to believe she was serious (she was); he stuck the letter in his pocket and tried to lose himself in his work.
"By Sunday night," recalled Raksin, "I realized I had a very painful case of writer's block. From the time I was a boy, when the music wouldn't flow, I would prop a book or a poem on the piano and improvise. The idea was to divert my mind from conscious awareness of music-making… I took the letter out of my pocket, put it up on the piano and began to play… and then, without willing it – I was playing the first phrases of what you now know as the 'Laura' theme."
Music Played in Today's Program
David Raksin (1912-2004) –Theme from “Laura” (New Philharmonia; David Raksin, cond.) BMG/RCA 1490
Of Mountains and Messiaen Synopsis
The gourmet composer Gioachino Rossini had a beef dish, Tournedos Rossini, named after him, and over the centuries countless towns have honored their native composers by naming streets after them – but few can top the honor bestowed on the late Olivier Messiaen by the citizens of Parowan, Utah. They named a mountain after him.
On today's date in 1978, the citizens of Parowan resolved to name a local mountain Mt. Messiaen in honor of the French composer, who had spent a month in Utah five years earlier while working on his symphonic suite titled "From the Canyons to the Stars."
Messiaen had been commissioned to write a work for the American Bicentennial in 1976. Apparently back in France he owned of a series of books titled "Wonders of the World," which included striking color pictures of the canyons of Utah, which so fired Messiaen's imagination that he made a special pilgrimage to Bryce Canyon in Utah see them with his own eyes. The result was an orchestra score titled "From the Canyons to the Stars," which includes a movement titled "Bryce Canyon and the Red-orange rocks."
"Colors are very important to me," Messiaen once said. "I have a gift – it's not my fault, it's just how I am – whenever I hear music or even if I read music, I see colors. The colors do just what the sounds do: they are always changing, but they are marvelous."
Music Played in Today's Program
Olivier Messiaen (1908-1992) –Bryce Canyon and the Red-Orange Rocks, fr From the Canyons to the Stars (London Sinfonietta; Esa-Pekka Salonen, cond.) CBS/Sony 44762
Mendelssohn gets wet and wild Synopsis
On today’s date in 1829, the German composer Felix Mendelssohn and his friend, Karl Klingemann, were on the North Sea bound for Glasgow.
Klingemann was not impressed with Scotland and wrote home that the rough North Sea passage had made most of the passengers sick – with one remarkable exception. “An 82-year old woman,” he wrote, “sat calmly by the smoke stack, warming herself in the cold wind. She was determined to see Staffa before she died. Staffa, with its silly basalt columns and caves, is in all the picture books. So, we were put into boats and clambered past the hissing sea on stumps of columns up to the odiously celebrated Fingal’s Cave. I must say, never did such green and roaring waves pound in a stranger cave. The many pillars make the inside resemble a monstrous organ. Black, resounding, and utterly without any purpose at all…”
Well, perhaps not utterly without purpose, since Felix Mendelssohn sent a letter home to HIS family on August 7 which included a scrap of musical notation. “To give you an idea of how strange I felt,” wrote Mendelssohn, “this music occurred to me.” It was the opening theme of what would become his concert overture titled “The Hebrides, or Fingal’s Cave.”
Music Played in Today's Program
Felix Mendelssohn (1809 - 1847) –The Hebrides (Fingal's Cave) (Overture BBC Symphony; Sir Colin Davis, cond.) Philips 426 978
An opera debut for Britten and Bernstein Synopsis
On today's date in 1946, Leonard Bernstein conducted the American premiere of Benjamin Britten's opera, "Peter Grimes," at the Tanglewood Festival in Lenox, Massachusetts. "Peter Grimes" had received its very first performance in London the previous year, and had already been staged elsewhere in Europe before reaching America. In fact, this quintessentially British opera was originally an American commission from the Koussevitzky Foundation run by the famous conductor and music patron Serge Koussevitzky, who was the founder and guiding spirit of the Tanglewood Festival.
Opera News covered the American premiere with a feature titled "Peter Grimes On Trial – A Symposium of Verdicts," beginning by quoting with the grudging praise of the New York Times' very conservative critic that the opera was "a very interesting modern work in a provocative form."
Also included were quotes from the lead singers, who noted its "strange intervals, harmonies, and difficult counter-play of the various voices." But Boris Goldowsky, the music director of the Tanglewood Center, provided the most accurate assessment, given the hindsight of history: "The opera has lasting merit," said Goldovsky, "and it will join the standard repertory. Like all new works, it was difficult at first, but future productions will be easier."
Here's an additional historical footnote: the Tanglewood premiere of "Peter Grimes" was the first opera Leonard Bernstein conducted professionally, and the opera's instrumental "Sea Interludes" were on the program of the last orchestral concert he ever conducted, 44 years later, in August of 1990, and again at Tanglewood.
Music Played in Today's Program
Benjamin Britten (1913-1976) –Sunday Morning and Storm, fr Peter Grimes (New York Philharmonic; Leonard Bernstein, cond.) Sony Classical 47541
Ep. 48 Boricua heroes you should know: Vidal Santiago Diaz -- How now barber stood up to US colonialism (NOW AVAILABLE IN VIDEO FORMAT) THIS IS THE FIRST EPISODE OF VOICE OF THE WATERLILY TO BE AVAILABLE IN VIDEO FORMAT.
Vidal Santiago Diaz was the most famous barber in Puerto Rico, he even authored a book about his trade, ‘El Texto de Barberia Practica y Cientifica’, but, that was before the October 30th, 1950 incident, that made him into a legend throughout the island. Salon Boricua was Barrio Obrero’s neighborhood centre; a constant hub of activity, music and fierce debates; hated by Luis Muñoz Marin, and constantly surveilled by the FBI. But why were this barber and his little shop hated so much? Well, Vidal was no regular barber, he was a nationalist, president of the Santurce Municipal Board of officers of the PNPR and Pedro Albizu Campos’ personal barber.
Listen to his-story here on Voice of the Waterlily.
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Songs:
Mi Patria O Muerte Empieza — Andres Jimenez ‘El Jibaro’
Coño, Despierta Boricua — Andres Jimenez ‘El Jibaro’
Despierta Borincano — Bobby Capó

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Cousin Brucie's Saturday Night Rock and Roll Party |7-23-2022 | Dee Dee Sharp & Tony Orlando Cousin Brucie plays the greatest hits of all time!  Tonight Brucie interviews Dee Dee Sharp and Tony Orlando stops in!
Cousin Brucie Interviews Peggy Santiglia | 08-06-2022 Check Out Cousin Brucie's Interview right here with Peggy Santiglia, who is best known for her 1963 pop hit "My Boyfriend's Back". Peggy Santiglia is also a former member of The Delicates.
Cousin Brucie Interviews Little Anthony | 08-06-2022 You won't want to miss this, Cousin Brucie Interviews Little Anthony of Little Anthony & the Imperials! He stopped by to chat With the Cuz to let him know how life's been going, and to look back at his amazing career.
Cousin Brucie's Saturday Night Rock & Roll Party | 08-06-2022 Cousin Brucie plays the greatest hits of all time from the 50's 60's and a touch of the 70's! It's a jam packed show tonight, Peggy Santiglia, who is best known for her 1963 pop hit “My Boyfriend’s Back” stopped by, as well as Little Anthony of Little Anthony & the Imperials! Both guests are doing well and wanted to give a life update!
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The American Songster Dom Flemons Dom Flemons, also known as the American Songster, is a truly unique musician. A founding member of the Carolina Chocolate Drops, he makes American string music. His most recent release is Prospect Hill: The American Songster Omnibus. It’s an exploration of historic sounds, instruments, and musical styles. Dom is a true student of the history of American music and he’s a walking encyclopedia of not just songs but the stories behind the songs as well. I had a chance to chat with him about his music at a music festival recently. I got to see him perform as well which is always a pleasure. We had a great conversation about his music. I hope ya dig it!
Elizabeth Cook Elizabeth cook is a stalwart Nashville country artist. She released a pivotal album 15 years ago called “Balls.” She is re-releasing the album on vinyl with new artwork and putting it back into print. In the time since she’s released the album she has become a regular at the Ryman, hosts her own show on Sirius/XM radio, and has been releasing albums and touring the world. She’s also become a voice representing women in the country music and Americana scene. I had a chance to chat with her about her album and everything she’s been up to. I hope ya dig it!

Side note. The audio got a little weird at one point due to a bad phone connection. I left it in because I thought the story was cool.
Aaron Skiles Aaron Skiles is a singer/songwriter from the Bay Area. He is in the band Bourbon Therapy and he recently released a solo album called Wreckage From The Fire. It was recorded at Dial Back Sound in Water Valley Mississippi. That studio and label are owned by Drive By Truckers bassist Matt Patton. The album was engineered by Matt’s partner in crime Bronson Tew. And it sounds incredible. I had a chance to chat with Aaron about this album and what it was like to record in that space. I hope ya dig it!
Show 492: Whatever you want to call it Lots of 70's and 80's punk/post punk/whatever you want to call it jitters



Wayne County & The Electric Chairs - Night Time
Punk Rock Janitors - Live To Work
NNB - Slack
Dream Syndicate - Some Kinda Itch
Bunnydrums-Win
Nausea - No Conversation Between People
Struggler - The Other Side
The B-52's - 52 Girls
Pylon - Danger
Dali's Car - Create and Melt
Half Japanese - U.S. Kids Teens Are Spoiled Bums
Come On - Disneyland
Devo - Satisfaction
The Twinkeyz - Twinkeys Theme
Dow Jones & The Industrials - Can't Stand The Midwest
Death Of Samantha - Coca Cola & Licorice
Algebra Suicide - Little Dead Bodies
Family Fodder - Silence
Essential Logic - Collecting Dust
Minutemen - Little Man With A Gun In His Hand
Rat At Rat R - Big Rock Joke Doll
Ultravox! - Fear In The Western World
The Embarrassment - Sex Drive
MX-80 Sound - It's Not My Fault
Swell Maps - Midget Submarines
Suburban Lawns - Janitor
Lou Champagne System - Machine Music
Technycolor - Telephone
Suspects - It's Up To You
The Petticoats - Allergy
Back To Foundation ( Connoisseurs selection ) pt5 This show is all about my personal taste in music from the world of Reggae and Carribean music. I was raised listening to Ska, Rocksteady and Reggae alongside various Carribean music such as Mento. Calypso, and Soca.

In this episode i have selected a great selection of music from Studio 1 alongside the great Lovers Rock label Santic Records with some fine lovers.

Please give your support to the players of instruments and producers by purchasing thier music. If you love the vibes please like and subscribe.
Episode 183 "KISS Off The Soundboard Donington 1996" This week Tom & Zeus review the latest Off The Soundboard KISS release, KISS Off The Soundboard, Donington 1996." This album is KISS' 3rd album released in the Off The Soundboard series and this one is from the "Reunion Tour" and features the four original members, Ace Frehley, Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley and Peter Criss. This is SIOL's 5th live album review. The guy's breakdown the album, the tracks and of course Paul Stanley's stage banter as well. They list their top 5 favorite tracks and rank the cover (we know) and album against the 4 live albums by KISS that were previously reviewed. This episode also could have been called mid-summer KISS Festivus, you'll wanna hear why.  For all things Shout It Out Loudcast check out our amazing website by clicking below: www.ShoutItOutLoudcast.com Interested in more Shout It Out Loudcast content?  Care to help us out?  Come join us on Patreon by clicking below: SIOL Patreon Shop At Our Amazon Store by clicking below: Shout It Out Loudcast Amazon Store Please go to Klick Tee Shop for all your Shout It Out Loudcast Merchandise by clicking below:SIOL Merchandise at Klick Tee Shop Please Email us comments or suggestions by clicking below:ShoutItOutLoudcast@Gmail.com Please subscribe to us and give us a 5 Star (Child) review on the following places below:iTunesPodchaserStitcheriHeart RadioSpotify  Please follow us and like our social media pages clicking below:TwitterFacebook PageFacebook Group Page Shout It Out LoudcastersInstagramYouTube Please check out our sponsor FusionTech Data & Electric for all your data and electrical needs by clicking below:FusionTech Data And Electric Proud Member of the Pantheon Podcast click below to see the website:Pantheon Podcast Network
Ep. 147 - Florida Georgia Line Bio Florida Georgia Line's Tyler Hubbard, quietly confirmed his duo's breakup on iHeartRadio's Bobbycast with Bobby Bones. The decision was amicably discussed a year ago with fellow FGL member Brian Kelley, both interested in trying solo careers. Brian Kelley started 2021, Tyler Hubbard started this summer. I flashback this duo's origin, discography, pick my favorite tracks from their 5 albums, and discuss their solo careers' progress.Theme Song: "Dance Track", composed by Jessica Ann CatenaSongs Mentioned: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/7hsQF7C8Eqz0zBHR9XpcrP?si=29af16394bd94716"Cruise" (2012-2013): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8PvebsWcpto"Cruise (Remix)" feat. Nelly (2013): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bmZ9xRO7M9M"Sippin' On Fire" (2014, 2015): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KllQ8e9Ae0w "God, Your Mama and Me" feat. Backstreet Boys (2016-2017): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QMhkdatUUPACMT Crossroads Performance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CbimZTjS02o"Can't Hide Red" feat. Jason Aldean (2019): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fq255ZCX4OU"Second Guessing" (2020, 2021): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xTOyKVC5pdASongland Audition: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IF2b7HS-WRQSongland Revised Performance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a4jVs3iWorsThe Big Interview with Dan Rather (2015): https://www.axs.tv/channel/the-big-interview-with-dan-rather-season-3/video/florida-georgia-lineFlorida Georgia Line's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/floridageorgialine/videosBrian Kelley's Solo Work: https://open.spotify.com/artist/46c50yWMo9wiTgVe1VxBbQ?si=sP_bmUKZSy6K4jgEudK8qAYouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwFvGjCEW40bVBEMBcj2j7wTyler Hubbard's Solo Work: https://open.spotify.com/artist/3BEV5FcxOtkQJ7lLRKMh3V?si=zQuOGqHRRwa5wzd_XSbPRA YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8MKgvVXzPee78hB6dozFJwiHeartRadio's Bobbycast Episode: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/139-bobby-cast-27722337/episode/356-tyler-hubbard-on-the-99854061/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVp2Cw6wRoc
Un Día Bonito: Salsa and NYC pt.2 As we finally come to the end of our series on Afro-Psychedlia, Tim and Jeremy bring us back to New York, David Mancuso and the dancefloor of The Loft via Puerto Rico, Salsa and the Latin influence on the city in the early '70s. We hear about the mighty Fania Records - a classic example of the sort of small labels who found a commercial audience while still releasing amazing music - and the band they fostered, the Fania All-Stars. We also spend time exploring the catalog of Ray Barretto, who's track Acid featured at the very beginning of the LITM project.

Jeremy and Tim also interrogate the idea of New York as a 'melting pot', consider the construction of the Nu Yorican identity, and contrast it to the other cultural and musical formations of the late '60s we've heard about in this series. We're also introduced to Boogaloo, 'the Watusi', and close with Eddie Palmieri's fantastic, epic track 'Un Día Bonito' - a worthy place to end for now.
We'll be taking a bit of a summer break and back with a new series in the Autumn - but keep an eye on the feed, we'll be throwing out some extra bits for patrons to tide you over.

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Tracklist:
Estrellas de Chocolate - Fania
Pacheco - Cañonazo
Fania All Stars - Guatacando (Live at the Red Garter)
Joe Cuba - Bang Bang
Ray Barretto Y Su Charanga Moderna – El Watusi
Ray Barretto - Despójate
Ray Barretto - Acid
Ray Barretto - Tin Tin Deo
Bobbi Humphreys - Harlem River Drive
Ocho - Oriza
Eddie Palmieri - Un Día Bonito
Ranking The Tracks Volume 22! (Chaos and Creation In The Backyard, 2005) From Our YouTube series - originally streamed 21st April 2021.
Episode 75 - Television The gruesome twosome go off on Instagram and concert tix prices while Jordan brings a classic rock discussion to the table.
Listener Email Okay, stay with us as this could get a bit confusing.Since the Ongoing History takes the summer months off to write and research new shows, we dig into the vault to post older episodes that first aired on radio from 1993 onward.Some still sound relevant, and others...not so much.This episode is "Radio episode 601" (aired in 2009-ish) but "Podcast Episode 345.So if some of the content seems a bit "dated" this could be the reason.But we feel the material is still relevant.Enjoy and please continue to send in your questions to Alan so we can keep doing episodes like this one.
Driven By Her: Women Who Rocked The 90's Women helped changed the face of ROCK as hair metal from the 80’s gave way to brand new sounds and VERY different attitudes in the 90's. On this episode of "Driven by Her" presented by our friends at Porsche Canada we're showcasing amazing, driven women like Alanis Morrissette, Ani DiFranco, and Bikini Kill. They carved their own path and created the seismic shift in music that came with Generation X because the 90's couldn't have rocked at the level they did without their influence along with the other women who helped define a generation.
The History of Alt-Rock: Chapter 10 Once upon a time, all music was made mechanically...something had to be hit with a hand or a stick...or strummed or plucked...or air had to be forced over a reed or through a valve...Then along came electricity...it took a while, but electricity was tamed so that it could not only power new forms of musical instruments, but the energy itself could be made musical...By the beginning of the 1980s, the people of planet earth were most pleased at what they had accomplished...but in the background, some people knew that there was still more work to be done....They began asking “what if anything could be made into music?”...others still mused “what if we could take existing music, chop it up and reassemble it into something brand new?”...Some used the old ways, chopping up these sounds mechanically using proven machinery like turntables and tape machines...but others learned to use new inventions called “computers” and “samplers”...And so it came to pass that all through the 80s, people began to experiment with electricity and the new machines...and by the time the decade ended, there was plenty of new and interesting music to go around...music was being made by machines, orchestrated by computers and programmed by punks...and things would never be the same again. This is the complete history of alt-rock, chapter 10...
A History of the Ahmet Ertegun Award w/ Bob Merlis Publicist and former NomCom member Bob Merlis returns to the show to go through the list of the Hall's non-performer inductees and explain what makes them so special. This show is part of Pantheon Podcasts.
Winter of Discontent Ep.36 - A Beatles Podcast The finale of season 4. In the absence of any new material John runs through some old favourites, has a quick rehearsal of Don’t Let Me Down and plays the acetate of unreleased Across the Universe. We explore telepathy and nonsense 40’s hip speak in this one. www.buymeacoffee.com/wodpod
Cobra&Fire EP 276: Pantera Reunion, Geoff Tate Montana Vacation This week on Cobras & Fire. Stadium Tour dynamic ticket pricing update. Tommy Lee fakes the drums. LC attends a cornhole tournament. Bakko puts ramps in his house. Pantera reunites. Home brewing beer is no longer cool.  KISS announces another 100 shows. Sam Loomis goes dark.  Nita Strauss has a new job. Geoff Tate takes us on a guided horseback tour of Montana ghost towns. And an ode to the recent passing of producer Michael James Jackson. The perfect ep for people with too much time on their hands. Pantheon Podcasts, Podcasts for music lovers MusicDef Leppard - Rock of AgesJimmy Hendrix - Ezy RiderBobaflex - I'll Blow Your Dreams Into The SkyShinedown - The Saints of Violence & InnuendoKISS - Dance All Over Your FaceBlacktop Mojo - Strike MeY & T - Summertime GirlsAbrams - Like Hell
Side Jams #62: Doc Coyle (Bad Wolves) The Bad Wolves guitarist is reveling in the return to the stage after a long lockdown period. When he's not shaking the rafters, Doc Coyle loves playing basketball and carefully navigates the treacherous waters of the social media world while trying to play up his "regularness" as a rock star.
What Difference Does It Make: MTV Anniversary It was the early days of MTV, and it was also the early days of our podcast, circa 2018, when we dissected the videos played on August 1, 1981, the day MTV was launched. This day was so important, we made it a two-part episode. In the first part, we debate our way through the first 15 videos played on MTV. We discover that one of our favorite Pat Benatar songs is, in fact a cover. We question the musical direction of Styx. And, Holly learns the definition of brass when it's in one's pocket.We are a proud member of The Pantheon Podcast Family
Shout It Out Loudcast: Kuarantine This week Tom & Zeus welcome back AEW Wrestling Superstar, lead singer of Fozzy & host of the Talk is Jericho Podcast, Le Champion himself, Chris Jericho and his Non Makeup KISS inspired band, Kuarantine to Shout It Out Loudcast! Kuarantine consists of 5 awesome musicians with their own careers who joined together to celebrate their love of Non-Makeup KISS music. Jericho is joined by the killer duo guitar attack of Joe McGuinness (Klassik 78) & Charlie Parra del Riego (Kobra And The Lotus), bassist extraordinaire and funny man, PJ Farley (Trixter) and the kick ass drummer, Kent Slucher (Luke Bryan). Kuarantine was formed during the pandemic and has released 4 singles of KISS songs to date, No, No, No, Heart of Chrome, Love's A Deadly Weapon and Silver Spoon. The songs have climbed the rock charts and surpassed KISS' own charts during that era. The guys discuss all things Non-Makeup KISS, the songs, the era and the bond that connects the band because of this specific era. They breakdown their break out performance at Creatures Fest and what's in store for Kuarantine. As usual this SIOL conversation is filled with insults, laughs and more. The guys get honest about about this era of KISS and their KISStory. So don't miss this unique episode or you will skidmark your knickers! For all things Shout It Out Loudcast check out our amazing website by clicking below: www.ShoutItOutLoudcast.com Interested in more Shout It Out Loudcast content?  Care to help us out?  Come join us on Patreon by clicking below: SIOL Patreon Shop At Our Amazon Store by clicking below: Shout It Out Loudcast Amazon Store Please go to Klick Tee Shop for all your Shout It Out Loudcast Merchandise by clicking below:SIOL Merchandise at Klick Tee Shop Please Email us comments or suggestions by clicking below:ShoutItOutLoudcast@Gmail.com Please subscribe to us and give us a 5 Star (Child) review on the following places below:iTunesPodchaserStitcheriHeart RadioSpotify  Please follow us and like our social media pages clicking below:TwitterFacebook PageFacebook Group Page Shout It Out LoudcastersInstagramYouTube Please check out our sponsor FusionTech Data & Electric for all your data and electrical needs by clicking below:FusionTech Data And Electric Proud Member of the Pantheon Podcast click below to see the website:Pantheon Podcast Network
AllMusicPodcasts: ALBUMS, MUSIC BOOKS & DOCUMENTARIES "A Few More Minutes" with Doug Brod Author Doug Brod spends a few more minutes with us, highlighting some of his favorite albums, music books, and music documentaries. Do you have any crossover with the man who wrote"It Just Seems A Little Weird: How KISS, Cheap Trick, Aerosmith, and Starz Remade Rock and Roll"? Tune in and find out!
U2 "The Joshua Tree: Planting Roots in Mythic America" with Bradley Morgan U2 planted the seeds for "The Joshua Tree" during an existential journey through America. As Irishmen in the 1970s, the band grew up with the belief that America was a place of freedom and prosperity, a symbol of hope and a refuge for all people. However, global politics of the 1980s undermined that impression.

Bradley Morgan joins us to explore the political, social, and cultural themes rooted in "The Joshua Tree" when it was originally released in 1987 and how those themes resonated as a response to the election of Donald Trump when U2 toured for the album's 30th anniversary. He juxtaposes the band's journey through America with his own journey by becoming an Irish citizen in the age of Trump and places the album's relevance in context with the current political climate.
What's HOT in the Strip Clubs?: Panda Top 20 August 2022 We count down the 20 hottest songs in the Strip clubs! Culled from PANDA reporting DJs in strip clubs all around the country! Songs from Usher (feat City Girls), Tiesto & Charli XCX, Drake, Beyonce, Dark Heart (feat Mia Marvelous), Doja Cat, James Hype & Miggy Dela Rosa, Chef Sean, Destructo, Tima Dee & Chromeo, Colt Ford (feat Walker Hayes), Niel Degas (feat Scarlett), MxNxSTxR, Too $hort & Lil Duval, R3hab, Soul Circus Cowboys, Saucy Santana, Daddy Yankee, Pitbull, Jack Harlow, Latto, Mariah Carey & DJ Khaled, and Quavo & Takeoff! Remixes by MarkCutz, FJ Mike D, R3hab and Funkymix!www.whatshotitsc.com www.pandamembers.org
I'm In Love With That Song: Marvin Gaye - "What's Going On" Few albums in history have had the cultural impact as Marvin Gaye's "What's Going On". Universally loved by music fans around the world, it's an album like none before it. Few records have captured the zeitgeist and remained as relevant as this album -- Marvin's crowning achievement. On this episode, we take a deep dive into the title cut to discover the elements that make up this masterpiece."What's Going On" (Marvin Gaye, Al Cleveland and Renaldo Benson) Copyright 1970, 1971, 1972 Jobette Music Co, Inc.If you liked this episode, check out our previous episode featuring the great Marvin Gaye:lovethatsongpodcast.com/marvin-gaye-i-heard-it-through-the-grapevine/-- This show is just one of many great music-themed podcasts on the Pantheon Podcasts network, where you'll find dozens of other shows featuring the artists & the music we love.
Imbalanced History: Bent News #23: James Gang Rides One Last Time, A Maltese "Wonderwall" & More! Going to press with details on...-Joe Walsh's VetAid concert featuring the original James Gang & Friends!-Noel Gallagher Serenaded In Ibiza!-A Lost CCR Album!-Weird Al Biopic Update!-New Stones Series On Epix, A Blink-182 Rumor And More!Please check out our sponsors:Boldfoot Socks   https://boldfoot.comCrooked Eye Brewery   https://crookedeyebrewery.com/Don't forget that you can find all of our episodes, on-demand, for free right here on our web site: https://imbalancedhistory.com/And check our blog about exciting premier events for Danny Garcia's new film, "Nightclubbing!"
Yesterday's Concert: Tales of the Dead Pt. 1 In this special encore episode of Yesterday’s Concert, I’ve turned the microphone over to you to share from your jam journals. Grab your earplugs as we hear four music fans recount their first Grateful Dead show.   Shows included: Ben Horowitz: Rochester 1970Claire Rae Randall: Europe '72 (Wembley N2)John Conroy: UCSB Stadium 1974Michelle Wagner Conniff: Cornell 1977
The Age Old Question: What Is The Greatest Song That Doesn't Rhyme? • Intro - songs almost always rhyme...when they don't, it requires a certain kind of genius to do it in a way that you may have never noticed.• REM• Alanis Morrisette• INXS• The Drifters• Elton John• Willie Nelson• Joni Mitchell• Crosby, Stills & Nash• Ron Sexsmith• Sheryl Crow• And more...
085 - Badfinger - Magic Christian Music Audio Judo On this episode of Audio Judo, Matthew and Kyle continue down Kyle's rabbit hole into Beatles-adjacent bands when then talk about Badfinger's 1970 album "Magic Christian Music."Do you really want to see what we look like while we record? Check out select episodes on our YouTube, you weirdo:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO8oo8oZkSLUqOuiiw8hD7QIf you like what you hear (and see) and want to support the podcast, you can become a Patreon supporter for as little as $1/month:https://www.patreon.com/audiojudoYou can also buy some swag with our logo on it:https://www.teepublic.com/user/audio-judo-podcastAs always, let us know what you think by emailing info(at)audiojudo(dot)com.Website: https://www.audiojudo.comGet in touch on social media:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/audiojudoTwitter: @audiojudoInstagram: @audio_judoWe are proud members of the Pantheon Podcast Network. If you like our show check out other music related podcasts at https://www.pantheonpodcasts.comEpisode info and notes updated June 15, 2022.
Goldmine: Record Store Record visits Vertigo Music The Record Store Recon edition of the Goldmine Podcast puts the Michigan record shop Vertigo Music up for discussion after (somewhat) anonymous reporter Dr. Disc takes a trip there to review it. He brought guest Tom Trauma from the Punk Till I Die podcast along, and they come to the conclusion that this is probably the best store to go to in the state. Listen why.
Shout It Out Loudcast Episode 182 "KISS: Story Of Their Songs - REELZ" This week Tom & Zeus review KISS: Story Of Their Songs which just debuted on the REELZ network. The REELZ station has series called, Story Of Their Songs, which explores songs of a band that help define them. For KISS, they examine three songs that helped KISS establish themselves as one of the greatest rock bands ever. For KISS, the series selects 3 KISS songs and then they have special guests breakdown the tracks in between videos, interviews with the band and a narrator who gives a general information about the band's history. This episode has many familiar faces such as Eddie Trunk, Dee Snider, Martin Popoff and more. However, it also includes Steve Vai, Joe Bonamassa, Ken Sharp, Marty Friedman, Anton Fig, Producer Michael James Jackson, Riki Rachtman, Engineer Jay Messina, Art Director Dennis Woloch and more. The boys discuss the one hour episode and debate the three songs chosen by REELZ as quintessential songs in KISS' career. They then rank the documentary against the previously reviewed KISS documentaries on SIOL. So tune and make sure you look out for Tom's real time reaction to newest product that will go in the SIOL Hall of Fame.  For all things Shout It Out Loudcast check out our amazing website by clicking below: www.ShoutItOutLoudcast.com Interested in more Shout It Out Loudcast content?  Care to help us out?  Come join us on Patreon by clicking below: SIOL Patreon Shop At Our Amazon Store by clicking below: Shout It Out Loudcast Amazon Store Please go to Klick Tee Shop for all your Shout It Out Loudcast Merchandise by clicking below:SIOL Merchandise at Klick Tee Shop Please Email us comments or suggestions by clicking below:ShoutItOutLoudcast@Gmail.com Please subscribe to us and give us a 5 Star (Child) review on the following places below:iTunesPodchaserStitcheriHeart RadioSpotify  Please follow us and like our social media pages clicking below:TwitterFacebook PageFacebook Group Page Shout It Out LoudcastersInstagramYouTube Please check out our sponsor FusionTech Data & Electric for all your data and electrical needs by clicking below:FusionTech Data And Electric Proud Member of the Pantheon Podcast click below to see the website:Pantheon Podcast Network
Throughline: 007 - A Hundred Million Suns On this episode of Throughline, Christian talks about Snow Patrol's "A Hundred Million Suns."Throughline Credits and Attributions: https://bit.ly/3Iuv9X9Throughline is a proud member of the Pantheon Podcast Network.
No Filler Music Podcast: Mysterious, Uncontrolled, Free: The Music of Pencey Sloe Doomgaze is exactly what it sounds like: a blend of the slow and sludgy pace of doom metal with the wall-of-sound and ethereal vocals we've come to associate with shoegaze. Pencey Sloe is a French band that appear to have unintentionally stumbled into this label, or as lead singer Diane Pellotieri often puts it, their style is "completely uncontrolled, free, and blind." While the "doom" part of the label certainly applies during the heavier and sludgier moments of their music, what stands out most about Pencey Sloe is the melancholic, darkly luminous beauty of the vocals and lyrical themes. We chat about their debut LP Don't Believe, Watch Out and look ahead to the upcoming record Neglect that drops this fall.TracklistDon't Believe Watch OutBuried Them AllAll OkGold and SoulsSinsWhat They needThis show is part of the Pantheon Podcast network.
Vintage Rock Pod: *THIS DAY ROCKS* Robert Became Bob 60 years ago today, Robert Zimmerman legally changed his name to Bob Dylan! And with me to talk about the significance of the name change, the reason behind the decision and what impact it had on Bob's career, is friend of the show, author and podcaster Stephen Arnoff! Check out Stephen's book and podcast called Bob Dylan: About Man & God & Law
Episode 473 - Dixon plays the Odeon On this weeks show we take you back to the 24th February 1970 and to the Odeon Manchester with some edited highlights from a live concert featuring Reginald Dixon. Visit organistencores.co.uk to listen to the show & find out more.
'Buskin with The Beatles' #14 excerpt - Elton and Lennon Behind the Scenes A few minutes from the first installment of the two-part episode 'Elton and The Beatles', featuring my interview with Elton John superfan Wayne Martin.For the full episode, go to: www.poatreon.com/BWTB
Trouble In Paradise Feat. Scott Interrante In You Got A Friend In Me Tristan Miller and a guest will go through one of the albums of American Singer-Songwriter Randy Newman and discuss their favorite songs as well as their relationship to Randy and his work.
In this episode, Tristan speaks with musician Scott Interrante about Randy's seventh album, Trouble In Paradise!
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Born Again Feat. Scott Interrante In You Got A Friend In Me Tristan Miller and a guest will go through one of the albums of American Singer-Songwriter Randy Newman and discuss their favorite songs as well as their relationship to Randy and his work.
In this episode, Tristan speaks with musician Scott Interrante about Randy's sixth album, Born Again!
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Highlight: I Want Everyone To Like Me Feat. Matt Storrs In You Got A Friend In Me Tristan Miller and a guest will go through one of the albums of American Singer-Songwriter Randy Newman and discuss their favorite songs as well as their relationship to Randy and his work.
In this episode, Tristan speaks with comedian Matt Storrs about I want Everyone To Like Me!
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Little Criminals Feat. Scott Interrante In You Got A Friend In Me Tristan Miller and a guest will go through one of the albums of American Singer-Songwriter Randy Newman and discuss their favorite songs as well as their relationship to Randy and his work.
In this episode, Tristan speaks with musician Scott Interrante about Randy's fifth album, Little Criminals!
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Fans On The Run - Thomas Walsh (Ep. 77, Part One) It’s once again time for Fans On The Run, the show by, for, and about Beatles fans! Joining me for the first of a two-parter show (first in almost two years!) that almost sticks to the show’s premise, is the man behind Pugwash and The Duckworth Lewis Method, Thomas Walsh! Will we talk about The Beatles? Yes! Will we talk about other bands? Also yes! What else will we talk about? You’ll just have to tune in and find out for yourself!
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QT with LOVELLE E77 :: nimbus Westron wynde, when wyll thow blowThe smalle rayne downe can rayne?Cryst yf my love were in my armys,And I yn my bed agayne!
Episode 133 - Deadeye Dick Welcome Mark Adam Miller from the alternative pop/rock group Deadeye Dick! We chat about their huge hit from the Dumb & Dumber Soundtrack, "New Age Girl", package tours, the best of NOLA, the effects of the grunge era in 1995, and more cool tales from the history of the band!
Bent News #23: James Gang Rides One Last Time, A Maltese "Wonderwall" & More! Going to press with details on...-Joe Walsh's VetAid concert featuring the original James Gang & Friends!-Noel Gallagher Serenaded In Ibiza!-A Lost CCR Album!-Weird Al Biopic Update!-New Stones Series On Epix, A Blink-182 Rumor And More!Please check out our sponsors:Boldfoot Socks   https://boldfoot.comCrooked Eye Brewery   https://crookedeyebrewery.com/Don't forget that you can find all of our episodes, on-demand, for free right here on our web site: https://imbalancedhistory.com/And check our blog about exciting premier events for Danny Garcia's new film, "Nightclubbing!"
BONUS – Mailbag: Coverdale Page The guys get a note from North Carolina about that time Jimmy Page wanted to make Robert Plant jealous... (well, maybe...)

SHOW NOTES:

Songs used in this episode: Coverdale Page - "Shake My Tree"

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coverdale%E2%80%93Page

Aug 4th - Selena Takes Over Malibu In 'Selena + Chef' Season 4, Vecna From 'Stranger Things' Recites Lizzo's 'About Damn Time' Lyrics & More John Legend and Chrissy Teigen are expecting another baby, Selena Gomez takes over the 'Hannnah Montana' beach house in 'Selena + Chef' season 4 trailer, 'Stranger Things' Jamie Campbell Bower recites Lizzo's 'About Damn Time', and more!  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Best & Worst of Pantera - Ep488 This week we're joined by fellow podcasters Joshua Toomey and Chris Akin as we go over The Best & Worst of Pantera!With the Texas metal legends making news recently with the reunion of Philip Anselmo and Rex Brown along with drummer Charlie Benante and guitarist Zakk Wylde, we figured it's as good a time as any to look back on this incredible band's musical catalog.Starting with 1990's 'Cowboys from Hell,' Pantera blazed a whole new path for thrash and metal music. The Abbott brothers; Vinny Paul and Dimebag Darrell, cemented their place in music history and begun a run with Anselmo and Brown that hasn't been equalled. The subsequent releases 'Vuglar Display of Power,' 'Far Beyond Driven,' 'The Great Southern Trendkill,' and 'Reinventing the Steel' helped the band lay claim as one of the most influential metal bands of all-time.In this long-form discussion, we all share our thoughts on these albums, tell stories of how they personally affected us, and a lot more while picking our favorite and least favorite from each album. This was no easy task but we think you'll enjoy it. We also discuss the 101 Proof Live album as well as some of the b-sides and rarities that Pantera churned out over the years.We hope you enjoy The Best & Worst of Pantera and SHARE with a friend! Check out Chris Akin and Joshua Toomey on the Talk Toomey Podcast presented by Knotfest as well as The Classic Metal Show at CMSPN.comDecibel Geek is a proud member of the Pantheon Podcast family of shows.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
The Lord of the Rings... and impromptu recording We were gonna talk about something else but got side-tracked and just rolled with it. Share this pod with your friends and buy our merch:  https://www.bonfire.com/two-track-audio
The Doors - The Doors (S7 E6) Welcome to the Sounds On Vinyl brought to you by BoozeHound Entertainment. This week we talk about The Doors' debut release. Mike also shares his latest find; Thin Lizzy's Jailbreak. ---LinksExtended show notes @ SoundsOnVinyl.comPlaylists Videos Episode Collections If you really dig what we’re doing and would like to support our show, please visit our Fan Support page.---CreditsHosts:Mike Svensson - Instagram Phil Bowyer - Instagram / TwitterIntro & Outro:Voice Over: Kate Bowyer - Instagram / TwitterMusic: Grand Rezerva - Website / Bandcamp---Thank you for listening! We love you! Keep Rockin’!Copyright BoozeHound Entertainment & BoozeHound Music. All Rights Reserved. Music courtesy Shot Glass Records, a BoozeHound Company.Some links may be affiliate links. We may get a small commission if you sign up or purchase using our link. This is just one way you can help support the show.
London Calling (S7 E7) Welcome to the Sounds On Vinyl Show, brought to you by BoozeHound Entertainment. This week we talk about Mastering Stranger Things and Mike's finds from his trip to London. Time Stamps:19:38 / Whitesnake - Saints and Sinners29:40 / Deep Purple - Last Concert In Japan35:56 / Saxon - Denim and Leather43:18 / Budget Labels like Fame---Links:Extended show notes @ SoundsOnVinyl.comPlaylists: https://soundsonvinyl.com/playlists Videos: https://soundsonvinyl.com/video Episode Collections:https://soundsonvinyl.com/collections If you really dig what we’re doing and would like to support our show, please visit https://soundsonvinyl.com/donate to support the show.---Credits:Hosts:Mike Svensson - Instagram Phil Bowyer - Instagram / TwitterIntro & Outro:Voice Over: Kate Bowyer - Instagram / TwitterMusic: Dead Anarchy - Website / License---Thank you for listening! We love you! Keep Rockin’!Copyright BoozeHound Entertainment & BoozeHound Music. All Rights Reserved. Music courtesy Shot Glass Records, a BoozeHound Company. Some links may be affiliate links. We may get a small commission if you sign up or purchase using our link. This is just one way you can help support the show.
A Mistake in Many Ways: Ep1 I Want a Divorce SUMMARY
“I always felt the split was a mistake in many ways.” -John Lennon, 1976.
In this series, Phoebe and Daphne will argue that the breakup of the Beatles was an accident, the result of insecurity, hurt feelings and misread signals. Backed by rigorous research, we’ll analyze the events between September 1969 and April 1970 with probity, thoughtfulness and empathy.

Episode One will examine the divorce meeting that triggers the six-month-long standoff between John & Paul. We'll discuss Paul’s reactions, both in the moment and over the following week. We’ll also dissect some striking statements from John in a revealing interview he gives just days after the divorce meeting.
SOURCES:
Australia Women’s Weekly (May 5 1976)
McCartney LP press release (1970)
Get Back Dir. Peter Jackson (2021)
Heightened Awareness, audio clip (Jan 14, 1969)
“Why The Beatles Broke Up” by Mikal Gilmore, Rolling Stone (Sept 3, 2009)
The Beatles: The Biography by Bob Spitz (2005)
Many Years From Now by Barry Miles (1997)
The Lyrics Paul McCartney ed. Paul Muldoon (2021)
“Why The Beatles Broke Up; The Story Behind our Cover” by Mikal Gilmore, Rolling Stone (Aug 18, 2009)
The Beatles Anthology (1995)
John Lennon, interview w/ Barry Miles, (partially) unpublished. (September 23rd, 1969)
Scene and Heard, BBC (Feb 28, 1970)
John Lennon Audio diary clip (Sept 5, 1979)
John Lennon Interview w/ Jean-François Vallée (April 1975)
Lennon Remembers by Jann Wenner, Rolling Stone (1970)
 
PLAYLIST
You Never Give Me Your Money THE BEATLES (1969)
The End THE BEATLES (1969)
Glasses PAUL MCCARTNEY (1970)
Cold Turkey (demo) JOHN LENNON (1970)
Dizzy Miss Lizzy PLASTIC ONO BAND (1969)
Sun King THE BEATLES (1969)
Don’t Let Me Down 28.45 THE BEATLES (1969)
Kreen-Akrore PAUL MCCARTNEY (1970)
Because THE BEATLES (1969)
Child of Nature THE BEATLES (1968)
Everybody’s Talking NILSSON (1969)
Momma Miss America PAUL MCCARTNEY (1970)
Tony Butala Here is a summertime podcast episode. This group had a hit with the song “Theme from a Summer Place.” Tony Butala was the lead sing of the group “The Lettermen.” He started out performing in a boys’ choir and then became the singing voice of Peter Pan in the Disney animated film. When he was a teenager, he performed in a quartet “The Fourmost,” which included singer, actress Connie Stevens. The Lettermen had many hit records including their first “The Way You Look Tonight.” If you were at the 1970 WOKY Pops festival at County Stadium you saw the Lettermen in person.
BREAKING THE CYCLE PARENT EDITION We as parent when having kids should change the family cycle of raising kids with the same bad habits .

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Aug 3 - Drake Flaunts His Private Jet, Monica Lewinsky Wants Beyoncé to Change This Lyric, Meghan Trainor Teases Latin Collab & More Drake flaunts his private jet in his latest music video for 'Sticky' after being criticized for using it, Monica Lewinsky asks Beyoncé to change her 'Partition' lyric, Meghan Trainor teases her exciting Latin collab and more!  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Episode 105 – Dead Kennedys vs L.A. County The guys get into the tale of Jello Biafra and that time his house got invaded by cops because of... penises.



SHOW NOTES:

Songs used in this episode: Dead Kennedys “Too Drunk to F*ck”

Other episodes of Rock N Roll Bedtime Stories referenced:

Episode 28 – W.A.S.P vs the PMRC

Episode 36 – Rock n Roll vs Satanic messages

Episode 55 – AC/DC vs the Night Stalker

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alien_(film)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/H._R._Giger

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Li_Tobler

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Penis_Landscape

https://diffuser.fm/jello-biafra-obscenity-trial/

Info on the whole series of paintings: http://alienexplorations.blogspot.com/1973/04/landscape-xx-wrk-219.html

http://alienexplorations.blogspot.com/1985/10/dead-kennedys-frankenchrist-and-penis.html

Alien winning the Oscar: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pcwd40G4NFk

https://www.rogerebert.com/mzs/grim-and-endless-night-sweet-prince-of-darkness-hr-giger

NYT article from August of 1987: https://www.nytimes.com/1987/08/10/arts/singer-s-trial-on-nudity-in-album-begins-today.html

https://qz.com/210900/the-obscenity-trial-that-made-h-r-giger-an-icon-for-punk-rock-and-free-speech/

https://boingboing.net/2018/06/28/dead-kennedys-jello-biafra-i.html

Jello on Oprah: https://youtu.be/IKRGX1a-JBE

Jello talking to AltPress in 2021: https://www.altpress.com/jello-biafra-tea-party-revenge-porn/

Vox article about Jack Chick: https://www.vox.com/culture/2016/11/8/13426962/jack-chick-alt-right-fundamentalism-tracts-catholics-trump

The This American Life episode: https://www.thisamericanlife.org/285/know-your-enemy

Punk Rock DJ Night #15 Playlist1.       THE REZILLOS- “IT GETS ME”2.       THE CALAMITIES- “KIDS ARE ALRIGHT”3.       THE SHIVVERS- “TEENLINE”4.       IGNITION BLOCK M- “JEALOUSY”5.       KITTEN FOREVER- “NIGHTMARE”6.       PARTYLINE- “GIRLS WITH GLASSES”7.       THE RONDELLES- “THE UPSHOT”8.       SWEET KNIVES- “THESE THOUGHTS”9.       NIKKI AND THE CORVETTES- “GIRLS LIKE ME”10.   MILK N’ COOKIES- “(DEE, DEE YOU’RE) STUCK ON A STAR11.   THE BANGS- “THE REAL WORLD”12.   BERLIN- “MODERN WORLD”13.   LA SERA- “QUEENS”14.   THE A-LINES- “FOUR”15.   HINDS- “HOLOGRAMA”16.   THE DELMONAS- “DANGEROUS CHARMS”17.   THE PLEASURE SEEKERS- “WHAT A WAY TO DIE”18.   VIVIAN GIRLS- “WILD EYES”19.   THE DONNAS- “HEY I’M GONNA BE YOUR GIRL”20.   TILT- “ADDICTION”21.   THE MUFFS- “SAYING GOODBYE”22.   NAKED AGGRESSION “ODE TO A FUCKED-UP WORLD”ROMEO VOID- “NEVER SAY NEVER” Support the show
TechnoRoll 3.15: The DEA Cracks Down on Disco Donnie and the NOLA Rave Scene Hosts Nate Wilcox & Ryan Harkness discuss Disco Donnie, the DEA and the rave bust that brought the first era of rave to and end.Buy the book and support the podcast.Download this episode.Have a question or a suggestion for a topic or person for Nate to interview? Email letitrollpodcast@gmail.comFollow us on Twitter.Follow us on Facebook.Let It Roll is proud to be part of Pantheon Podcasts.
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