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Flixwise Podcast
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We're going one by one through the Sight and Sound list of Greatest Movies of All Time. Listen up and find out if we agree with the critical consensus of cinema history.
 
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On today's show, get ready for some resentment, misery, and existential dread. That's right, it's Ingmar Bergman time!! Lady P is joined by Michael Leader of Film 4, and resident Bergman aficionado, Dave Eves, to discuss the 63rd movie on the Sight and Sound Critics' Poll, Wild Strawberries (1957). The film follows an elderly protagonist named ...…
 
Theo Bleckmann Please read more at theobleckmann.com Photo: Lynn Harty GRAMMY® nominated jazz singer and new music composer Theo Bleckmann’s diverse recorded work includes albums of Las Vegas standards, Weimar art songs, and popular “bar songs” (all with pianist Fumio Yasuda); a recording of newly-arranged songs by Charles Ives (with jazz/rock ...…
 
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Flixwise Podcast
 
On today’s show, we have the 63rd entry on the Sight and Sound International Critics’ Poll, and the second Charlie Chaplin film on the list, Modern Times. We have a full assembly line of guests to look at the final outing of The Little Tramp. Lady P welcomes Flixwsie art director Emma, Eclipse Viewer host David Blakslee, and criterion enthusias ...…
 
On today's show, it's our annual TCM Film Fest preview! The Fest begins this Thursday, April 6th, and continues through Sunday, April 9th. Helping listeners navigate the ins and outs of this year's program, is a very special guest - TCM Saturday Daytime Host, Tiffany Vazquez. Tiffany joins host, Lady P, and Flixwise regular, Kristen Sales, to o ...…
 
On today's show, we have the 59th movie on the Sight and Sound International Critics' Poll: Barry Lyndon. Speaking of Sight and Sound, today's guest is a freelance critic for that esteemed film journal, as well as the social media maven for Film4, Michael Leader. Michael joins host Lady P and Flixwise regular Kristen Sales to discuss Stanley Ku ...…
 
On today's show, we have our first Flixwise Favorites entry of 2017. This time, guest Joshua Wilson, of the film blog F for Films, asks Lady P and Martin to consider Blake Edwards' 1964 farce, A Shot in the Dark, for entry into our alternate greatest of all time list. Those keeping track of our journey through the Sight and Sound Critics' Poll ...…
 
We are honored to welcome film historian, Professor James Naremore, back to the show for a discussion on Orson Welles' 1958 film noir classic Touch of Evil. Orson Welles is a frequent topic of conversion on this podcast. We've had several Welles scholars make appearances, including Joseph McBride and Patrick McGilligan, as well as today's guest ...…
 
Right Click HERE To Download. Welcome to Episode #5 of the Latin Jazz Corner Podcast! I’m doing something a little different this time around, breaking our usual format. Since we are approaching the end of the year, I’m going to take the opportunity this time around to reflect upon Latin Jazz in 2016. This time around, we won’t have an intervie ...…
 
Let me introduce Mike Epperson, aka, Mike Writes. Epperson is a Philadelphia-based rapper and English Professor at Arcadia University and Philadelphia University. He joins us this week on Double Exposure. Find Mike Bandcamp For discussion, Mike brought Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo and North By Northwest, two undisputed masterpieces from the maste ...…
 
Christian Howes grew up in Columbus, Ohio, where he studied violin through the Suzuki method from the age of five, performed as a soloist with the Columbus Symphony Orchestra at age 16, and later earned his bachelor’s degree in Philosophy from the Ohio State University. Since 2011, performer, educator and composer, Christian Howes was voted #1 ...…
 
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Straight No Chaser - A Jazz Show
 
Fabian Almazan won the 2014 Downbeat Critics Poll for Rising Star Pianist, and has worked steadily as a core member of Terence Blanchard’s groups since 2007. Born in Cuba, he began playing classical piano at an early ag4e, but when he and his family fled Cuba, he found himself exposed to new and different music as well. A product of the Brubeck ...…
 
Mike and Pat cover two albums from Down Beat's Critics Poll winners of 2015 and two albums that should win a poll for "most seventies ever." Charles Lloyd – I LONG TO SEE YOU, WILD MAN DANCE; Nat Adderley – SOUL ZODIAC; Cannonball Adderley – LOVE, SEX AND THE ZODIAC
 
Mike and Pat cover two albums from Down Beat's Critics Poll winners of 2015 and two albums that should win a poll for "most seventies ever." Charles Lloyd – I LONG TO SEE YOU, WILD MAN DANCE; Nat Adderley – SOUL ZODIAC; Cannonball Adderley – LOVE, SEX AND THE ZODIAC
 
We are extremely honored to welcome back to the show renowned author and film historian, James Naremore. He's joining Lady P in covering two of the films tied for the 53rd spot on the Sight and Sound Critics Poll - both of which happen to be directed by Alfred Hitchcock. First up in our Hitch 'Double Feature', the Master of Suspense's 1954 thri ...…
 
Today on the Clarineat podcast my guest is Vancouver's Francois Houle. We spend the entire episode focusing on extended techniques including tips for those who would like to start for the first, and the importance of adjusting your "ear attitude" so you can appreciate this type of music. Biography Clarinetist François Houle has established hims ...…
 
Today on the Clarineat podcast my guest is Vancouver's François Houle. We discuss how François found his musical voice and became an incredibly diverse and successful performer. We then focus on three of his albums: Rue Paul Fort, Double Entendre, and Aerials, and briefly touch on the recording session for the pop song called "How it Goes" from ...…
 
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Theory For Turntables (TFT) Podcast
 
Ryan and Matt discuss joining the Party for Your Right to Fight, whether the Public Enemy should be Privatized, and whether Flava Flav detracts from Chuck D’s political message. (Hint: no.) Download the Podcast Subscribe to the TFT Podcast TFT Podcast on iTunes TFT Podcast RSS Feed Contact Us Email us (203) 285-6401 call/text TFT Podcast on Fac ...…
 
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Low Culture Podcast with Jim Moray
 
Jim talks to Ian and Nicola from London band Stick In The Wheel. Stick In The Wheel formed in 2012 to “play the music of our people”. Their first album “From Here” was the winner of the fRoots Critics Poll and they’ve been nominated four times at the BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards. The Low Culture Podcast is a series of conversations with musicians, a ...…
 
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Inside The Saxophone Mind
 
This week we welcome in the fantastic New York saxophonist and composer, Jon Irabagon. The winner of the 2008 Thelonious Monk Saxophone Competition, Irabagon has since topped both the Rising Star Alto Saxophone and the Rising Star Tenor Saxophone categories in the DownBeat Magazine Critics’ Poll and been named one of Time Out New York’s 25 New ...…
 
On today's show, Lady P is joined by co-producer, Martin Kessler, and Flixwise regular, Kristen Sales, to talk about the 48th film on the Sight and Sound Critics Poll, Gillo Pontecorvo's 1966 feature: The Battle of Algiers. In the years since its release Algiers has become infamous more for its use as a training video rather than its cinematic ...…
 
Vinyl Crisis interviewed legendary bassist Richard Davis. Downbeat International Critics Poll named him Best Bassist from 1967-74. He has recorded a dozen albums as a leader and 3000 recordings/jingles as a sideman. Some of his performance/recording credits include Sarah Vaughan, Eric Dolphy, Don Sebesky, Oliver Nelson, Bruce Springsteen, Van M ...…
 
Composer, performer, and recording artist Stanley Clarke was the guest speaker at the May 27, 2009 ASMAC luncheon at Catalina’s Jazz Club. He was introduced by ASMAC Board member Ira Hearshen with whom Clarke has worked on a number of projects over the years. Clarke’s creativity has been recognized with gold and platinum records, GRAMMY Awards, ...…
 
We are very pleased to welcome back to the show author and film historian Professor James Naremore. Naremore joins host, Lady P, for a discussion on Roberto Rossellini's 1954 JOURNEY TO ITALY. Upon its initial release, JOURNEY TO ITALY was generally panned or dismissed by critics. However, in the intervening years, its esteem has risen tremendo ...…
 
End of year movie talk is usually dominated by a few prestige pictures, but does anyone care about prestige with a new STAR WARS in theaters? Sure you do. Michael Phillips and Scott Tobias join Adam and Josh for the Top 10 Films of 2015 roundtable - and ok, a little Star Wars talk.This episode is brought to you by Squarespace (code FILM), Vermo ...…
 
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The Film Comment Podcast
 
Rejoice, o ye year-end list obsessives! Digital editor Violet Lucca sat down with senior editor Nicolas Rapold, contributing editor and New York Film Festival Selection Committee Member Amy Taubin, and regular contributor Nick Pinkerton to discuss the top 20 films as determined by our annual critics’ poll. Their wide-ranging discussion weighs t ...…
 
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Film Schlubs (TV • Film • Better Call Saul)
 
TV Talk #10: Brian Davids and Shayne Bowman discuss the world of television as of Wednesday, Dec. 9, 2015. Makin’ The Rounds (General TV Talk with no spoilers; until 01:00:37) Shows/topics discussed: Fargo, Top 10 Shows of 2015, Most Disappointing Shows of 2015, The Knick, Manhattan, The Flash, Jessica Jones, HitFix’s Television Critics Poll fo ...…
 
A special edition of the Talking TV podcast with a special guest -- Hitfix critic Alan Sepinwall (feel free to think of the episode as a rare edition of the Firewall and Mo-Berg podcast). We talk about the new, revised edition of Alan's book, "The Revolution Was Televised," and discuss what we love, don't love and question about the current TV ...…
 
http://traffic.libsyn.com/jazzwatch/JazzWatch_Episode_52_-_Ulysses_Owens.mp3 Ulysses Owens Jr.’s multifaceted approach to music ensures that he’ll be with us in excellence for a long while. He’s an accomplished sideman, (Kurt Elling, Christian McBride, Nicholas Payton), a bandleader featured on his own projects (Unanimous , Onward and Upward) a ...…
 
Christian Howes grew up in Columbus, Ohio, where he studied violin through the Suzuki method from the age of five, performed as a soloist with the Columbus Symphony Orchestra at age 16, and later earned his bachelor’s degree in Philosophy from the Ohio State University. During his teen years he began playing guitar and bass in rock, blues, and ...…
 
"Jazz was my first love." - Will Calhoun September 6, 2015 - Jungle Funk at 36th Annual Detroit Jazz Festival Jungle Funk, the groundbreaking power trio you have to see/experience to believe, combines Drum & Bass, Funk, R&B, Electronic, World and Jazz music styles as only they can. The band consists of Vinx de Jon Parette on Vocals, percussion, ...…
 
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Flixwise Podcast
 
On today's podcast, we're paying tribute to "The Master of the Macabre", Alfred Hitchcock. On-hand to assist Lady P in dissecting Sir Alfred's filmography is renowned film historian, author, and Professor Emeritus from Indiana University, James Naremore. For our first topic, we have the Sight and Sound Critics' Poll's 34th Greatest Film of All ...…
 
Lady P is joined today by Flixwise regulars Martin Kessler and Carrie Specht to discuss the 33rd entry on Sight and Sound's "Greatest Film's of All Time" list, Vittorio De Sica's BICYCLE THIEVES. Upon its release in 1948 BICYCLE THIEVES was immediately hailed as a classic and It even managed to snag the number 1 spot on the 1952 Sight and Sound ...…
 
Our newly appointed co-producer, Martin Kessler, was recently shocked to discover that Paul Verhoeven's 1997 alien invasion film, STARSHIP TROOPERS, did not make the Sight and Sound Critics' Poll. His outrage might seem a little misplaced given STARSHIP TROOPERS' low to mediocre ratings on Rotten Tomatoes and other movie review aggregator sites ...…
 
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Flixwise Podcast
 
Lady P is joined by Carrie Specht and Anne Marie Kelly to talk about Martin Scorsese's 1976 feature TAXI DRIVER. TAXI DRIVER is tied for the 31st spot on the Sight and Sound Critics' Poll with another "Golden Age" cornerstone: Francis Ford Coppola's THE GODFATHER PT. II. Yes, two of the darkest entries in the 1970's cinema canon landed side-by- ...…
 
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NYC Radio Live
 
It was great to spend an hour on the radio with the great saxophone player, Lisa Parrott.The annual 2013 and 2014 Down Beat Critics Poll recently voted hera Rising Star for baritone saxophone players. Lisa was featured alongside her sister, bassist Nicki, at the prestigious Tribute to Mary Lou Williams Festival at the Kennedy Centre in Washingt ...…
 
Critics polled by Sight amp Sound magazine in 2012 ranked Vertigo as the greatest film of all time What does that ranking say about the spirit of the age Is the greatness of a film measurable If not why do we keep trying What causes our obsession with lists Ken and Todd discuss Alfred Hitchcocks masterpiece and the poll that thrust it back into ...…
 
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Flixwise Podcast
 
On today's show, Anne Marie Kelly and Carrie Specht join Lady P to talk about the 31st feature on the Sight and Sound Critics Poll: Francis Ford Coppola's THE GODFATHER PT II. Regular listeners will recall that Lady P was less than totally ecstatic about the previous GODFATHER entry; and any criticism of THE GODFATHER series qualifies as heresy ...…
 
It's a cinematic tour through The City of Angels, and Lady P's at the wheel. Riding shotgun is film scholar, and Professor Emeritus from Indiana University, James Naremore. Together they're going to try to navigate the twists and turns of the 28th movie on the Sight and Sound Critics' Poll, David Lynch's MULHOLLAND DRIVE. James wrote about Lync ...…
 
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Flixwise Podcast
 
On today's show, it's two unconventional biopics about two unconventional artists. Lady P is joined by guests, Emma Guerard and Martin Kessler, to talk about the 27th Greatest Movie of all Time, Andrei Tarkovsky's ANDREI RUBLEV. This is the second Tarkovsky entry on the Sight and Sound Critics' Poll (We've talked about MIRROR in a previous epis ...…
 
BLACKHAT is a bona fide critical and box office bomb... But its director, Michael Mann, made "Thief," "The Insider" and "Heat," so Josh and Adam are reviewing it anyway. Plus, Pt. 2 of Filmspotting's 2015 Movie Preview poses the biggest questions surrounding the upcoming year in cinema... And Adam (tries to) recommend Godard's GOODBYE TO LANGUA ...…
 
Lady P is joined today by frequent guest, Emma Guerard, and newcomer, GuiltyFilm Podcast host Kevin McKee, to talk about the Sight and Sound Critics' Poll's 24th entry to the Greatest of All Time List: Wong Kar Wei's IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE. Listen up to see if our panel is equally taken with Mr. Chow and Mrs. Chen's tale of love and longing. Then ...…
 
For our first Sight and Sound entry in the new year, Lady P is joined by film historian Professor Joseph McBride to talk about the 63rd Greatest Movie of All Time, SUNSET BOULEVARD. You may have noted that we've jumped ahead a few spots on the Critics' Poll. That's because we thought it would be nice if the podcast coincided with the BAM/PFA's ...…
 
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Jazzin Em Up with Cres O'Neal
 
December 8 - Grammy Nominated Jazz Organist/Pianist - Brian Charette Brian Charette has established himself as a leading voice in modern jazz. Charette is a Grammy-nominated, Hammond-endorsed artist who was just named the winner of the 2014 Downbeat Critics’ Poll in the "Rising Star: Organ" category. Besides being a critically acclaimed compose ...…
 
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Firewall & Iceberg Podcast
 
Alan Sepinwall and Dan Fienberg review "The Missing" (00:00:50 - 00:09:10) and "State of Affairs" (00:09:10 - 00:18:25), answer Listener Mail on "Too Many Cooks" (00:18:35 - 00:28:45), Critics' Poll Predictions (00:28:55 - 00:36:00) and Shared narrative universes (00:36:00 - 00:42:15)and check in, with spoilers, on "Homeland" (00:42:15 - 00:50: ...…
 
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