Unclaimed bands is a chance for original bands to get heard. It's that simple. We conduct an interview with the band and we play a song of their's, that they choose. no Radio producer, pushing a manufactured hit. The artists telling us in their own words about their song. Along the way we hope to bring their music to a greater audience and give you the fans a chance to hear "what they sound like.."
Matt Carter goes in depth to really break down what is going on with people, art, music, science and more. The first 12 episodes Matt and Toby will give an in depth look at what went into the making of each song on Emery's new album, You Were Never Alone.
Podcast – The Bay Bridged – San Francisco Bay Area Indie Music
TheBayBridged.com is your source for finding the best indie music in the San Francisco Bay Area. Every Tuesday, we publish a new episode of our acclaimed thirty minute internet radio show The Bay Bridged Feature Podcast. Each week's show spotlights a different Bay Area-based group, and features an interview and four of the band's songs. Once a month we publish our Monthly Mix which features 8 local bands in a more traditional radio show format and our Live this Month feature which is your guide to the best independent concerts in the Bay Area from local and out-of-town artists.
What is it like to be one of the most important members of a band? Shane Told, frontman of the critically-acclaimed rock band Silverstein, brings you candid interviews with all of your favorite singers on this podcast. Is it really all sex, drugs, and rock 'n roll? Find out for yourself on Lead Singer Syndrome.
A free, weekly show about the world's greatest progressive rock band, Yes. If you don't yet know the music, enjoy sharing your host's reflections as an introduction to the fascinating story of the band. If you are already a Yes fan, listen and join in the conversation at www.yesmusicpodcast.com So subscribe today for free and start exploring Yes Music every week!
Big Band Bash is a show about the music, musicians, and era of the great Big Bands. Each show highlights a different aspect of the big bands, whether it be a show about a certain band or a subject of the big bands anywhere from the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s. I hope to get your feet tapping with this great music.
The Proc-Cast is a podcast with the aim to promote upcoming awesome relatively unknown bands to a new audience. The Proc-Cast is open to Worldwide interaction. If you are interested in being involved then please get in touch.
In anticipation of U2s latest album release, Adam Scott (Parks and Recreation) and Scott Aukerman (Comedy Bang! Bang!) come together as superfan Adam Scott Aukerman to discuss the music and impact of the band. Listen in as these friends cover everything from Boy to No Line on the Horizon, and reveal a little something about themselves along the way.
It Came From Japan is an agency running tours and showcases that bring the freshest, creamiest Japanese bands to the UK. ICFJ's podcast is our way of saying thanks to the fans who come to our shows, and a way to expose new Japanese artists to music-lovers in the West. We want to hear your comments, and we hope you love it!
Get your front row ticket to interviews and jam sessions with up and coming bands and talent on "I'm With the Band". Local flair, raw talent, and a passion for music are what our guests bring to the table. Get a sneak peak of a performance and find out what really motivates them for success in the music industry. Follow along as we bring you the artists you want to hear... 'cause everyone has a little "groupie" in them.
Kellin Quinn turns it up as he brings you exclusive interviews with the hottest bands on the scene. He answers twitter questions, connects with fans, and grants VIP access to the music industry like no one else. Crank it to 11 with "We Like It Loud" and Kellin Quinn!
Ryan Kerr, Chad Moone, Mike Parker and Jake Sappenfield have been making music together since college. After graduating from Wittenberg University, the boys split up and moved around the country (and around the world) but found that they were missing making music together. Luckily, with the advent of highly intuitive technologies like Garage Band from Apple and Google +, they have found a way to write and record music and have regular conversations about their songs.
TANGOH is music podcast featuring tracks by bands from in and around Portland, Oregon USA. In addition to a weekly thematic playlist, we feature special interviews with and playlists by integral members of the Portland music scene.
BOOTLEGGING BANDS FROM A SPEAKEASY IN DOWNTOWN LA It’s simple really. We like bands and we like booze, so we established our own Blind Tiger (another term for a speakeasy -- shhhhhh) in the heart of LA’s meat packing district. Because we may or may not know what we are doing, we named our speakeasy the "Blind Blind Tiger." THE GOAT PARADE is a Blind Blind Tiger spin off of sorts, a gonzo podcast focusing on a guest musician or artist while showcasing the current climate of the music scene, both local and abroad.
Native Noise Podcast brings you inside the Los Angeles and Orange County music scenes. Get to know your next favorite band with: Exclusive artist interviews. Album reviews. Special in-studio performances, and Live show calendars. It's your one stop shop for musical discovery. Welcome in.
http://media.libsyn.com/media/thebaybridged/LTM_May_2016.mp3 Download: Live This Month: May 2016 (Podcast #385) In Live This Month, we sample some of the great local and out-of-town bands performing in the coming month in the San Francisco Bay Area. Plenty of younger bands populate this month's set of concert picks, but May's highlights include a significant number of indie veterans. Take the Atlanta trio pictured above, The Coathangers, whose fifth album may be the group's best yet. Local vets Rogue Wave returned last month after a three year break between records with their sixth LP, Delusions of Grand Fur, while the new LP from former local Chris Cohen (previously the leader of the supremely under-appreciated band Curtains) finds him further honing the psych-pop wizardry displayed on his 2012 solo debut. Some excellent newer bands are also included in this mix, like Seattle indie-pop band Tangerine, and San Jose's Curious Quail, a quintet mixing orchestral indie rock with chiptu ...
This week Kevin shares some thoughts about Anderson, Rabin and Wakeman tackling Talk live. There is also a review of Talk by Mark and a reminder of what happened last time Kevin went to see Yes live in Birmingham. Keyboards have always been a controversial subject in Talk live - what will Wakeman do? Is Talk a good album? Yes live in Birmingham 2014 - how did it go? Show notes and links Mood for a Day review by Preston Frazier Preston speaks to Ben Craven Sheffield review Kenny Brown spotted this best to worst collection Glen Alexson likes the Oliver Wakeman/ Steve Howe album The 3 Ages of Magick Tony Kaye explaining the sampling on the Talk tour Please subscribe! If you are still listening to the podcast on the website, please consider subscribing so you don’t risk missing anything. You can subscribe with an RSS reader, with iTunes, with the iOS Podcasts app, via email updates, via www.stitcher.com on Spreaker.com or via Tunein.com. Theme music The music I use is the last movement ...
I do hope it is a beautiful day in May whereever you are! As we go back 30 years to a day that started out rainy but ended up beautiful out in California on the first weekend in May when a horse named 'Ferdinand' rode by the great Willie Shoemaker took the Kentucky Derby back in Louisville KY., but the Dead celebrated the day with a fine show at Cal Expo. They chase away the raindrops with a fine 'Cold Rain and Snow' then bring out the 'Race is On'.. They follow with a lovely 'They Love Each Other' with exception work by both Jerry and Brent. C.C rider follows then a nice 'High Time', slow but sung exceptionally well by Garcia who is in fine voice for this date. Weir beats it down the line to the Promised Land and they close the (short) first set with a nice rockin' Deal..... California Exposition Amphitheater, Sacramento, CA (5/3/86) Cold Rain and Snow The Race is On They Love Each Other C.C. Rider High Time Beat it on Down the Line Promised Land Deal We'll hear set 2 next week... ...
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You’ll never meet a more modest and down to earth guy! Steve Watts has been around for a few years in both the metal and rock worlds and with his current band Heaven the Axe with his wife Phoebe, they are one of the more exciting straight up rock bands in the country at the moment. Steve and I chat about the unique set up of Heaven the Axe and how they juggle life, band members, and hustling from the stage and on the TV screen. This is a great example of hard work paying off and with new members and a new album in the near future, there is so much more to come! Be sure to reach out to Steve and the band if you enjoy this conversation! Show notes Check out Heaven the Axe – Official site, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube. Steve’s old band Manticore. Hear the track ‘Mask‘. Check out Bogan Hunters here. Check out Fat Pizza Vs Housos here.
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An interview recorded in the back of a mid-90s Toyota Previa, now that's Rock'n'Roll. (Also an excuse for poor interview sound quality, but that's beside the point.) I went out to see Vodun on the first night of their UK tour with previous Proc-Cast guests Limb at The Washington in Sheffield and had a en excellent time listening to and speaking with both bands. Understandably disappointed that factors beyond their control meant they couldn't stop in Nottingham for a veggie burger at Annie's Burger Shack, Chantal, Linz and Zel were troopers and gave me a good interview despite missing out. They are a band that fuse together many styles from Soul right the way through Metal, taking some of the best elements of each to create something that's heavy and melodic in equal measures. When a friend of mine posted their video for Mawu on Facebook, I knew I had to get them on the show!
My old friend Tommy from Between The Buried And Me reached out to come on the show! Even though he "hates interviews" he wanted to be a part of LSS. It turned out to be a great chat about his deep love for music, his move to California to start a family, having the longest band name ever, writing on the road, being a private person, and of course Victory Records. A great dude and a very interesting listen!
Cover of fiddly post-punk classic by underground superheroes Fugazi. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet @martinaustwick if you're interested in contributing a cover version for the 100th episode!
This week is part 2 of the Big Bands Live series that I started last week. This week we will be hearing the bands of Artie Shaw, Les Brown, Bob Crosby, and Larry Clinton. Artie's show is from sometime in late 1938 or early 1939. Les Brown's set is from his early band when he was billed as Les Brown and his Duke Blue Devils. I don't have a date for the Crosby and Clinton broadcasts. There are some really nice performances here and I hope you'll tune in. Please visit this podcast at http://bigbandbash.libsyn.com
Easy Ed’s Variety Hour (now two hours), on WMFO in Medford, airs alternating Friday evenings from 6-8 PM Eastern time. If you like rockabilly, hillbilly, old country, vintage R&B, and 50s and early 60s rock ‘n’ roll, please tune in! Streaming live at www.wmfo.org or tune in to 91.5 FM in the Boston area. Also available as a free podcast through iTunes or click below. Visit Easy Ed’s Variety Hour on Facebook for news about live gigs and special guests and check out www.easy-ed.net. DON’T MISS our huge rockin’ event celebrating 10 years on the air! Next Saturday, May 7, at the Midway in Jamaica Plain, Boston, MA, from 4 pm to 2 am! Go to https://www.facebook.com/events/192325004458867/ for band details and advance ticket info!
Not only can Steve be found belting out the low end in one of Australia’s most renowned bands, Icehouse, but he is also Head Teacher of Music at WSI Entertainment at Nirimba TAFE in Sydney. With a career in music spanning over 30 years, Steve has a wealth of knowledge that he is passing onto the next generation of music careerists, with the hope of longevity in an often unpredictable industry. We cover a whole range of topics from song writing, music education, misguided approaches, to working with other musicians and so much more. A very music heavy episode and of course, we talk about Icehouse which was a slight fan boy moment for me! Feature photo by Ellyn Cook. Show notes Find Steve on LinkedIn. Discover Icehouse via the official website, Facebook and YouTube. Check out WSI Entertainment at Nirimba TAFE College. Steve’s staff profile here. Australian Artist Centre Profile for Steve here. Buy Icehouse merchandise here including their latest live album In Concert. Learn more of I ...
This week we learned that Trevor Horn is to join Yes on stage to perform Drama so I took the opportunity to think a bit about the Drama era and Mark Anthony K reviews The Yes Album as well as giving us his thoughts on Trevor Horn's announcement. What do I have in my collection from the time? What do we know already about Drama in 2016? What else are the band playing on tour? Show notes and links Bob Burns' 1980 programme (click to enlarge): Jeremy North's photographs (click to enlarge): Long Plays review of Glasgow gig Miguel Falcao's latest Chris Squire video Northern Echo piece Please subscribe! If you are still listening to the podcast on the website, please consider subscribing so you don’t risk missing anything. You can subscribe with an RSS reader, with iTunes, with the iOS Podcasts app, via email updates, via www.stitcher.com on Spreaker.com or via Tunein.com. Theme music The music I use is the last movement of Stravinsky's Firebird Suite. This has been used as introduction ...
I think we have a really top-notch set for you this week. The second set from April 19th, 1978 at the Veterans Memorial Auditorium in Columbus Ohio is filled with wonderful jamming and great song selections. It starts with the always energetic 'Samson and Delilah', then moves into a great version of 'It Must've Been The Roses' .. I think you'll find Donna (and Keith) both shine in this set. A nicely jammed out 'Estimated Prophet' leads into a fine 'He's Gone'. The Drums that follows to me showcases the importance of this part of their show at its best.. this one clocks in at 18 minutes.. They come out of Space into 'The Other One', then flow into a perfectly placed 'Wharf Rat'. Around and Around closes the set but the boys return to give us the first ever cover of 'Werewolves of London' and it is a keeper! Grateful Dead Veterans Memorial Auditorium Columbus, OH 4/19/78 - Wednesday Two Samson And Delilah [7:23] ; It Must Have Been The Roses [7:18] ; Estimated Prophet [14:19] > He's ...
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To download right click the link below and “Save Link As” https://ia601504.us.archive.org/11/items/TLMR066TheFullCirclePodcast/TLMR%20066%20The%20Full%20Circle%20Podcast.mp3 TLMR 066 The Full Circle Podcast The Full Circle podcast was a rock and metal new podcast. Sadly in January, show runner Sean decided to set away from the podcast. I still got to interview this gentleman and talk about music. TLMR Facebook TLMR iTunes TLMR Stitcher TLMR YouTube TLMR Twitter TLMR Instagram TLMR Tumblr For booking: firstname.lastname@example.org Theme written, performed and recorded by Ben of Silo Cell. Theme used with permission from owner. The podcast is sponsored by Stringjoy.com
Global traveller, legal man and musician, Thomas Binetter! Thomas was one of the original members of post rock giants sleepmakeswaves and since moving on from the band, Thomas has dived into the world of law and a mirage of other projects and adventures. We spend time talking about music, his career to date in law, politics, and also his exploration into his Jewish background and Judaism (this is where my ignorance truly shines!). Lots of great perspectives and learnings to take from this one. Show notes Find Thomas on LinkedIn. Thomas’ current band – Remember That You Will Die. Heard sleepmakeswaves? Check out one of Thomas’ and my favourite tracks ‘one day you will teach me to let go of my fears‘. Here’s a resource on Judaism if you know zilch about it! What’s Safe Schools? Article: Marrickville (Inner Sydney Suburb) backs Safe Schools.
Podcast – The Bay Bridged – San Francisco Bay Area Indie Music
The Brothers Comatose (photo: Zack Sumner) http://media.libsyn.com/media/thebaybridged/SF_Twang_Mixtape.mp3 Download: Mixtape: San Francisco Twang -- Sampling Americana, Country and Bluegrass Bands (Podcast #384) The San Francisco Bay Area's love for Americana, country and bluegrass music manifests most visibly during the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival, which draws 750,000+ people to Golden Gate Park annually, but there are great twangy sounds coming out of the Bay all year round. Venues like The Plough & Stars, The Lucky Horseshoe, Amnesia, and Armando's in Martinez, as well as Twang Sundays at Thee Parkside, are a fertile incubator for local roots acts. Plenty of them, like The Brothers Comatose, have subsequently ascended to the larger stages of rock venues like the Great American Music Hall and The Independent and become nationally touring names. This mixtape -- curated with the much-appreciated assistance of Bay Bridged editor Russell Jelinek -- spotlights fifteen local ba ...
Joe couldn't make it this week, so Andrew and Jody hold down the fort, and discuss the producers of KISS. Fret not, Joe will return next week,to steer this ship through the stormy sea, and we can't wait!
"A bit too pop for the punk kids, but I'm too punk for the pop kids" Brian Dales of The Summer Set describes the bands struggle with fitting in, how trying to write their new record actually broke up the band, their decision to continue, and taking voice therapy. Also, Shane discusses Silverstein being accused of using backing tracks, and his theory as to why so many great bands come from Phoenix as well as Canada.
This week I am going to start a two part series called Big Bands Live. This comes from a Reader's Digest Records set that I have. There is anywhere from 5-6 selections from each band and these were all recorded live off the radio. There are some exciting performances and this week we will be hearing the bands of Tommy Dorsey, Jimmy Dorsey and Woody Herman. Also, the big band puzzler makes it's return. I hope you'll tune in and listen. Please visit this podcast at http://bigbandbash.libsyn.com
This week Matt's joined by listeners chosen to come on the podcast and ask their questions live. They talk music business: if Emery started in 2016, labels pressuring artists, adding value to clients, multiple stream incomes, and focusing on your art unrelated to your wage. Soundrink: jabberjaw.soundrink.com use code: Break Kings Road Merch: kingsroadmerch.com/jimmy Contribute Amazon Link www.breakitdownpod.com We are a part of the Jabberjaw Media Network www.jabberjawmedia.com
So, Sweden’s tourism agency has come up with this great idea to have ‘one’ phone number that you can call and be connected to a random Swede to discuss, well, whatever you want! I discovered this via an article in the New York Times and thought maybe I should call the number myself? Enjoy my extremely awkward conversation with David, from Sweden! Show notes The Swedish Number So where is Sweden anyway? Tell me more about Stockholm. Find out more about Cities: Skylines here. Play through video here.
I met 'Facebook Sensation' Rob Hooey and his gang of merry men, Sam Cooper, Tom Mowforth and Pat Pask at 'The Washington' in Sheffield. It was a metal night which featured future Proc-Cast guests Vodun as well as limb and was organised by Holy Spider Promotions. I had a great time talking to them about everything to do with their band and how they've come to be where they are. Limb are a doom band with a real groove. Downtuned guitars and powerful beats drive their songs. If you like this, I'd thoroughly recommend getting hold of a copy of their 2015 album 'Terminal' and listening to it from start to finish. The album flows brilliantly and if you're like me, you'll want to restart it as soon as you get to the end. Limb don't take themselves too seriously, I like that about them. I suppose it does help that their lead singer leads a double life as a standup comedian. An offensive question was requested by the band, duly I obliged. You can hear the response in this episode...
I recorded this episode early in the week shortly before the news of Prince's death was announced. Another musical genius is gone. It's turning into a terrible year for our heroes. On the show, I have a chat with Mark Anthony K about Yes current obsession with playing whole albums live and we come to some conclusions...or maybe not...take a listen and then let us know what you think. Are all albums great in their entirety live? Should Yes persist with this approach? Should they also play a variety of other tracks? Show notes and links Uncle Preston reviews And You And Union Tour video Trevor Rabin track with that iconic Stratocaster Miguel Falcao's Chris Squire 8-String Bass tutorial Article on bands who have gone through multiple front men Led Zep v. Taurus analysis Please subscribe! If you are still listening to the podcast on the website, please consider subscribing so you don’t risk missing anything. You can subscribe with an RSS reader, with iTunes, with the iOS Podcasts app, ...
This week we travel back to the spring tour of 1978 to bring you an excellent recording of a show the boys did back on April 19th, 1978 in Columbus Ohio. They come to play as they open up with a smokin' hot 'Bertha' which then goes into 'Good Lovin' to start the set. This serves to highlight perhaps the slower paced but still beautiful 'Friend of the Devil' that follows. 'Passenger' shows how strong Donna can be, and is probably my favorite tune of hers. A beautiful 'Candyman' then follows, along with a short but straight-ahead 'Cassidy'. 'Peggy-O' and Weir's 'Me & My Uncle->Big River' follow and lead us into a rockin' set-closing 'Deal'. All in all a very well-played and great sounding first set.. Grateful Dead Veterans Memorial Auditorium Columbus, OH 4/19/78 - Wednesday One Bertha [#7:15] > Good Lovin' [6:30] ; Friend Of The Devil [8:19] ; Passenger [4:51] ; Candyman [7:02] ; Cassidy [4:58] ; Peggy-O [7:54] ; Me And My Uncle [3:02] > Big River [5:55] ; Deal [6:44] You can listen ...
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To download right click the link below and “Save Link As” https://ia801508.us.archive.org/30/items/TLMR065Lipshok/TLMR%20065%20Lipshok.mp3 TLMR 065 Lipshok LIPSHOK: Music that is all original, gothic, eternal, ethereal, dark, and mysterious, with haunting melodies, soaring vocals, and dynamic changes. The music will transport you to another realm where magick is real, dreams come true, dragons fly overhead, the Fae are powerful, the old Gods are worshipped, and all you see is ever-changing. Heavily influenced by progressive symphonic metal styles, and dimensional forevers, LIPSHOK will let your soul travel and your spirit wander…LIPSHOK: Another realm is waiting…(From http://www.lipshok.com) In this episode we have Scarlett and Phil call in and talk about Lipshok! We talk about band relations, writing their music and much more. We also hit on the differences in being a cover band and an original band. The interview was recorded on Halloween of 2015 which was fitting due to the imag ...
Greetings! This week: as true a tale of Never Was as there Ever Was! Graphic Novelist and at least occasional Stavesacre artist (See both future and past versions of How to Live with a Curse!) Joshua Howard discusses the long and winding road to realizing his dreams... and what comes after. From art school drop out to Dead @ 17 Rebirth - there's quite a story to tell. And not a small amount of the 90's, Tooth & Nail Records and a tiny little town called Dallas, TX in the middle of it all. Enjoy! You can reach out to Josh at https://twitter.com/joshuahoward Watch PopBoom's presentation of Dead @ 17 Rebirth here: https://youtu.be/KqmAeqdMtx0 Check out Viper Comics here: http://vipercomics.com And Josh's page at Image Comics here: https://imagecomics.com/creators/view/josh-howard
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Legendary rock-a-fella and all round nice bloke, Duane Jackson is best known for pulling uniquely crafted bass playing shapes on stage with Melbourne band Electrik Dynamite and newer band Midnight Parlour. In addition, Duane is a multi-purpose touring work horse, lending his hands to a multitude of artists doing everything from merchandise, production and driving the trucks! I spent a bit of time catching up with what is happening in the Electrik Dynamite camp and being introduced to Midnight Parlour, but also picked Duane’s brain on free lancing. He talk about him working a multitude of jobs and how it helps him live the lifestyle that he has. Another great example of someone doing what he loves and making sure he gets paid for it. Definitely some great inspirational candy for those with an appetite for alternative living and sticking it to the man! Show notes Check out Electrik Dynamite – Website, Online Store, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube. Check out Midnight Parlour – B ...
Real Friends' Dan Lambton joins Shane this week to discuss quitting smoking, co-writing with other songwriters for their new record, wearing braces, his love of Warped Tour, dealing with "stage potatoes", and the recent Story So Far incident in Shane's hometown of Toronto. Also, Dan recounts what happened when he partied with Shane and Silverstein on Warped Tour in 2013.
Easy Ed’s Variety Hour (now two hours), on WMFO in Medford, airs alternating Friday evenings from 6-8 PM Eastern time. If you like rockabilly, hillbilly, old country, vintage R&B, and 50s and early 60s rock ‘n’ roll, please tune in! Streaming live at www.wmfo.org or tune in to 91.5 FM in the Boston area. Also available as a free podcast through iTunes or click below. Visit Easy Ed’s Variety Hour on Facebook for news about live gigs and special guests and check out www.easy-ed.net.
April 3rd of this year marks the 92nd birthday of vocalist and actress Doris Day. Before she gained fame as an actress, Doris sang with a few big bands notably Les Browns. To celebrate her birthday I have gone back into my collection and pulled out a show I produced three years ago. Most of the songs on this show are ones that Doris recorded with the band of Les Brown. There is some great music in this set and I hope you enjoy it. Please visit this podcast at http://bigbandbash.libsyn.com
We sit down with Mass Giorgini, owner and producer at Sonic Iguana Studios in Lafayette, IN. He tells us about the recent money troubles that threaten the studio, but we also get silly and play some pop punk tracks recorded at the studio over the years.
The 'other' track Yes will be playing live from Tales From Topographic Oceans this year - Ritual. Also, Mark reviews a rather different album, Big Generator. Is the Yesshows version the best? How does a Symphonic version sound? When the classic line-up return, what's the outcome? Listen to the episode and then let me know what you think! My son's directorial debut is here! William Mulryne shot and directed the first single video from November Plot. You can see some more of his band photography here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FLuE_vH25YQ Show notes and links Alan White interview Steve Howe interview Undiscovered music video for Lift Me Up Yes at the Marquee Club Please subscribe! If you are still listening to the podcast on the website, please consider subscribing so you don’t risk missing anything. You can subscribe with an RSS reader, with iTunes, with the iOS Podcasts app, via email updates, via www.stitcher.com on Spreaker.com or via Tunein.com. Theme music The music I use ...
Here's a wonderful record of a time when there truly was noone who did anything like the Grateful Dead.. this comes to us from April 12th, 1970 at the Fillmore West. This recording combines an audience and a soundboard source and does have some flaws, but I'm confident you'll listen to it with the same amazement it brings me. Of course the fact that they played with Miles Davis on the same bill during this run must have contributed to their desire to really bring it. The show starts with a great Good Morning Little Schoolgirl, but I would bring your attention to the wonderful Garcia jam that flows between China Cat and I Know You Rider.. so sweet! I love the Pigpen numbers on this one and the electric Deep Elem and of course a great Viola Lee Blues ! Grateful Dead Fillmore West San Francisco, CA 4/12/70 - Sunday One - 1:53:56 Tuning [0:16] ; Good Morning Little Schoolgirl [17:25]; Casey Jones [4:26] Mama Tried China Cat Sunflower [1:49] > Jam [2:19] > I Know You Rider [4:09] > Drum ...
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Seattle's Carole Freeman, MS, CN, CHt, is a nutrition and psychology professional. She came by and we had the chance to podcast in person and discuss how the ketogenic diet works. Carole Freeman http://www.hypnoticnutrition.com https://twitter.com/carolefreeman Contribute https://gumroad.com/l/breakitdown Amazon Link http://www.amazon.com/ref=as_li_ss_tl?_encoding=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&linkCode=ur2&tag=wwwbreakitdow-20&linkId=6R22D2HHC7HUGNR5 www.breakitdownpod.com We are a part of the Jabberjaw Media Network www.jabberjawmedia.co
James is a great example of someone who is living life on his own terms. Already making plenty of noise with his solo career as a guitarist, James has been on a journey to rebalance his life and rediscover his passions, not just in music. Some fantastic lessons to be taken from this, regardless of what your passions may be, and a conversation had me completely inspired to continue to find more harmony in my own life. Show Notes Find James Norbert Ivanyi on Facebook, YouTube and Bandcamp. James’ latest EP ‘The Usurper’ can be heard on YouTube for free HERE. James is endorsed by Suhr Guitars, Friedman, Fractal Audio and D’addario. James used to play in the band Paradigm. You can see some of that music on Facebook and YouTube. Guitar Gods Interview with James here. What’s NAMM?