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Ep. 11 Ric Gordon Episode 11 features singer-songwriter Ric Gordon. The guys talk to Ric about how the music business has changed over the years, his hiatus from the music scene and whether or not he thinks albums are still relevant. The guys also discuss the sad news surrounding the loss of Joe Diffie and are joined by fellow podcaster and college friend Sal Boccia (@renegade_visuals_co) to talk about his introduction to country music. Ric Gordon can be found on all social media at @ric_gordon. Listen to the episode now on Spotify, Apple Podcasts or
Kami & Coach discuss politics with special guest Ric Gordon We discuss an array of topics concerning today's political climate w/ community leader and political expert Ric Gordon. From local electons to voter suppression to the mismanagement of the COVID pandemic we've got it all.&nbsp;Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/kamiandcoachb)
Episode 44: Ric Gordon - Songwriter/Producer/Publisher This week's episode features a discussion with Ric Gordon, a Kansas City & Nashville based artist and Director of A&amp;R and a staff songwriter with music publisher Ammar Music Group is this week's guest. Recently his original songs have been recorded by pop singer Taylor Mac and country artist Jim Martin. We took some time to chat about a pivotal record in Ric Gordon's life and rock music as a whole: 1967's The Velvet Underground and Nico.In a career spanning 5 decades, Ric has forged an innovative and original Americana/alt-country sound. Ric moved to NYC’s Greenwich Village as a 17 year old singer/songwriter in 1970, where he honed his craft; next landing in Nashville in 1976 as an up and coming record producer, where he co-produced three releases with Country Music Hall of Fame Producer Fred Foster on historic label Monument Records. Ric released his debut album "Just Can't Get Enough" in 1980 and has now released 16 albums and EPs under various monikers, ranging from punk rock to electronic music to folk/Americana. In 1983,Ric returned to the music business full time in 2007, founding indie label Russian Winter Records in 2008. From 2011 to 2019 Ric also published the Floorshime Zipper Boots music blog, featuring daily reviews of releases from emerging artists worldwide. During its operation the blog published 2,300 features. In 2018, Ric launched his second independent label, Buffalo Burger Records as a home for his special projects focused on Americana and acoustic music. He produced the debut album from Nashville stalwart Jim Martin and the debut single from Midwest folk duo Ehrnman/Pearson Over his career, Ric has produced 54 albums and EPs by 26 different artists. Enjoy the conversation!
This is Ric Gordon He's a painter, singer, producer and songwriter. He's president of a Kansas
City-based indie record label — Russian Winter Records. And he's probably a
familiar face for those frequenting downtown Lee's Summit's Farmers Market
and Fourth Friday Art Walk events. This is Ric Gordon.
060. Gender Selection: A Television Debate. Featuring Prof Michael Chapman and Dr Ric Gordon Is gender selection appropriate when it comes to IVF? Is it a valid use of our technology? What circumstances should gender selection be permitted?

Prof Chapman was recently invited to debate the topic with Dr Ric Gordon on Channel 9.

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