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Hey there dog folk! Welcome to the No Bad Dogs Podcast, hosted by America's Canine Educator, Thomas Davis. Do you often wonder what your dog is thinking? Join Thomas as he teams up with dog trainers, dog lovers, dog enthusiasts and EVERYTHING in between to bring you the No Bad Dogs Podcast! Each episode will be PACKED full of dog training information and tips. Don't miss the weekly Q&A segment where you can call in and ask your own dog-related questions! Some of the topics we'll cover includ ...
 
Freebies from The 1937 Flood, West Virginia's Most Eclectic String Band! The Flood, the Original Old Boy Band, has been around since the 1970s playing their own brand of mountain music, from blues and jugband to swing and traditional folk. These podcasts feature Flood Freebies, recordings captured on the fly, as it were, at the Flood's weekly jam sessions
 
The Hot Sesh is hosted by me: Jasmine Kirby! Who am I? Girl, I’m tryna find out myself! This pod is about me, going through life and sparking up to take the edge off. I talk about relationships, my past, and life in general with a splash of surprises. After all, it’s a hot sesh, no topic is off limits.
 
A resource for BIPOC and queer folks who are ready to live their best lives and experience a greater sense of inner peace. Wellness is multi-factorial, so naturally this show covers a broad range of tools for the pursuit of happiness. Stay tuned for all things self-help without a side of white or hetero supremacy. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bodyliberation/support
 
Nerd Monster Radio is the music podcast of Jose Aparicio of nerdmonster.net. The podcast explores new and old: indie, world, dance, pop, folk, punk tunes that are unqiue but approchable. While music is primarily in English, you should expect at least a song or two to be in other languages per show. Jose Aparicio is a an academic researcher with previous tiny stints as a DJ around Los Angeles.
 
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Capitol not Capital. This is a whole new year and lets set the tone by tapping into a different perspective. There is a divide in this world. We are at war, we have been at war with skin for a long time. It will be easier for me to say all white people are bad, except I know otherwise. Am I hurt? yes. Am I angry? yes. I wish it was different. The o…
 
Some songs don’t have names, just stories and moods. Here’s an example. Between the tunes at a recent rehearsal, we started reminiscing about some of the things we missed from our childhood. Well, listening to all that from the sidelines, our tribal elder, Doug Chaffin, started improvising an appropriately nostalgic blues lick from his own rock ’n’…
 
Sixty years ago this October, Ray Charles released his last album for Atlantic Records called “The Genius Sings the Blues,” The album compiled a dozen tunes Brother Ray had recorded over an eight-year period at the Atlantic studios, showcasing piano blues, jazz and southern R&B. A standout cut on that remarkable album was the second tune on side 1 …
 
January 1 kicks off body hatred season. Every year like clockwork we can expect companies to prey on our hunger for worthiness. Hilary Kinavey, MS, LPC and Dana Sturtevant, MS, RD of Be Nourished have been working with folks since 2005 to reclaim their body trust, let go of dieting and weight cycling, and ease into more compassionate sustainable fo…
 
One of the wonderful films that rolled out this month is “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,” the latest in Denzel Washington’s exciting ongoing project to bring the best of the late August Wilson’s plays to the screen. That movie — an excellent vehicle for the Viola Davis and the late Chadwick Boseman — has introduced a lot of people to the recordings of j…
 
Hey guys, thanks for listening to the No Bad Dogs podcast with me Tom Davis, America's Canine Educator! Today I speak with one of my online clients dealing with a young heeler reactive to other dogs and people. Thanks so much for listening to the No Bad Dogs podcast with professional dog trainer Tom Davis! I hope you guys enjoy and benefit from thi…
 
I will forever love my mom. We do not have the best relationship because she's in love with my abuser. Tough pill to swallow. I understand my mom has her own life and I have mine. I was angry for a long time, shit I'm still angry. Im learning to channel my anger for my mom into loving myself. I forgive you for the choices you have made. I will neve…
 
America has always had amazing songwriters whose works simply change the way we all talk to each other, none more so than the great Hoagy Carmichael. In his 80 years, Hoagy wrote hundreds of songs, including 50 that achieved hit record status for numerous artists, and they still do. For example, a few years, Norah Jones charted with Hoagy’s “The Ne…
 
Here’s a song that grew up in the after-dark world of New Orleans at the turn of the last century. “Trouble in Mind” was written by a pioneer jazzman named Richard M. Jones, who grew in the Crescent City and, while still a teenager, was pounding piano in the houses of New Orleans’ red-light district known as Storyville. He also sometimes led a smal…
 
Are you feeling lost and uncertain? Have you wasted time, energy, and resources trying to find clarity and meaning in your life? In times like these, it's vital to know who you are, why you're here, and what you should be doing. Melvin Nix has literally written the book on finding your purpose and living a meaningful life. Melvin D Nix is a spiritu…
 
A few weeks before COVID came along and started slapping us all around, Paul Martin looked up at one of The Flood’s weekly rehearsals and said, “Hey, fellows, have we ever thought about doing this song?” And then he sang a verse or two of a gorgeous old tune from Virginia’s Lonesome River Band. Well, shoot, we fell in love with it right then and th…
 
Between the holidays and then snowy weather, we’ve not had a full band rehearsal lately, but last Friday — the day after Thanksgiving — was a warm, sunny day, and we had even further reason to be thankful that day, because that’s when we finally drew Doug Chaffin back into Flood affairs. Now, Doug’s been away for more than month. During these COVID…
 
In today’s episode I talk about the holidays and new traditions because how can we not? I also get into depth about my self healing process and getting rid of my past baggage, literally! I purged through my entire closet and let go of any item that held a memory of my past. The energy shifted immediately and I’m taking the proper steps to self heal…
 
The first time we played this old folk song for Vanessa Coffman, she heard what seemed to be the ghost of another tune in it. While we were singing a lament from the dark foothills of America, Veezy’s sax was exploring some rich Highland roots from the other side of the sea. Listen here as two songs meet and merge, not only fulfilling the lyrics’ o…
 
Gabrielle Claiborne is Co-founder and CEO of Transformation Journeys Worldwide, an inclusion training and consulting firm with a transgender focus. She helps cutting-edge organizations position themselves to attract and retain the best talent, foster collaborative working environments, and drive innovation by creating fully trans-inclusive cultures…
 
Our newest Floodster, Veezy Coffman, was still busy being born about the time we were putting a version of this song on a Flood album a couple of decades ago. And, shoot, we’re not sure her folks were even born yet when we first started playing around with it. So I guess you can say this tune has some serious roots with us. Our hero, the phenomenal…
 
Dr. Bacon’s Mission to promote social and economic justice and help generate a culture of belonging to galvanize a body positivity movement which celebrates the influence of our multiple intersecting identities to provide the critical thought, inspiring vision and practical strategies you need to celebrate and care for your own body to help you dev…
 
In this episode Jasmine talks about new life changes and life lessons ( a mattress is life changing apparently!) You gotta be real with yourself and ask the tough questions. Are you investing into something that’s gonna flourish? Is it time to let go of toxic friends? Hold up, are YOU the toxic friend? Always look in the mirror and strive for bette…
 
In these times of COVID, when we can get together for a rare rehearsal, we can’t meet in our traditional practice space at the Bowen house. Instead, masked, hand-washed and socially distanced, we gather after hours in the big room at Route 60 Music Co., which our bass player, the store’s co-owner Paul Callicoat, has so graciously opened to us. Now,…
 
This is part 2 of the Body Liberation for All takeover series I completed in partnership with Nik Whitcomb on "The Come Up" Nik Whitcomb is a host, artist, content creator, and emerging thought leader born and raised in Omaha, NE. The bulk of Nik's work has been in the world of entertainment and he was recently named a "Theatre Worker You Should Kn…
 
We love it when fresh ears bring something so new to an old tune. Now, our newest Floodster Vanessa Coffman had never heard this old folk song until she started playing with us, but she quickly found the chords and the melody gave her plenty of stretching out room for some imaginative solos and some tasteful fills behind the vocals. Here, from a mi…
 
Lindley Ashline (pronounced LIN-lee, she/her) creates photographs that celebrates the unique beauty of bodies that fall outside conventional "beauty" standards. She is also the creator of Body Liberation Stock and the Body Love Shop, a curated resource for body-friendly products and artwork. Find Lindley's work and get her free weekly Body Liberati…
 
This is part 1 of a 2 part takeover Body Liberation for All completed in partnership with Nik Whitcomb on "The Come Up" Nik Whitcomb is a host, artist, content creator, and emerging thought leader born and raised in Omaha, NE. The bulk of Nik's work has been in the world of entertainment and he was recently named a "Theatre Worker You Should Know" …
 
Big Legacy weekend! 1,700 players played in Legacy Eternal Weekend and we're here to break down Anuraag's experience (two Top 8s) and Daniel's experience (he won half a painting and now needs to relocate and move in with the guy he split with). We delve into the results and then also offer a preview for Vintage Eternal Weekend…
 
When Bob Dylan wrote this song 50 years ago, it was a matter of necessity. In the winter of ’69, he had arrived at the Columbia Records studio to record the great “Nashville Skyline” album having written only four of the songs he’d need to fill that record. So, over the next two days at the Ramada Inn where he was staying for the recording session,…
 
Steven Wakabayashi is a second-generation Japanese-Taiwanese-American, leading design teams and creating equitable spaces in New York City. When he's not working, he is recording podcasts for his show, Yellow Glitter – mindfulness through queer Asian stories, hosting support groups for marginalized communities, writing in his weekly newsletter Mind…
 
There are lots of stories about the great jazz songwriter Fats Waller. Our favorite is about the time he was kidnapped off the streets of Chicago. Now, it was 1926 and Fats was just leaving a gig in the early morning when four men grabbed him, bundled him into a car and sped off to a hotel. Ordered inside and, with a gun to his back, he was pushed …
 
Hey guys, thanks for listening to the No Bad Dogs podcast with me Tom Davis, America's Canine Educator! Today I speak with one of my online clients dealing with a fearful dog and the exercises to do to overcome these issues. We also discuss the differences between suppressing behaviors vs modifying them which is IMPORTANT! Thanks so much for listen…
 
I recently had the pleasure of making a guest appearance on the fellow queer podcast "Oh Hey" "Oh Hey" is a fun show lead by two gay guys from different generations. Every week they discuss current topics in the LGBTQ+ community. Ryan and Todd will leave no topic untouched. Whether it's trans activism or the proper way to douche. If you are down fo…
 
Our dear friend Vanessa Coffman turns 20 years old today and we’re happy to announced that going into this new decade, she is also the newest Floodster. At the end of The Flood’s rehearsal last night, we were thrilled that Vanessa accepted our invitation to join the band. Now, regular listeners know that Vanessa — we call her Veezy around here, inc…
 
Stephen Indrisano is a bisexual audio fanatic with an education in Psychology and Theater. Having graduated from the University of Vermont in 2018, he had been making a living working as a general theater technician until the COVID crisis of 2020. He has since pivoted to learning everything he can about sound as a freelance audio professional for p…
 
Of all the tunes we do, none is more evocative than “Autumn Leaves,” Joseph Kosma’s post World War II composition that quickly became a jazz standard in America from the 1950s right up to today. Memorable renditions have been recorded by everyone from Miles Davis and Chet Baker to Erroll Garner and Mel Tormé. And while certainly the lyrics are beau…
 
Here’s a tune that we started doing back in the foggy ruins of time, inspired by the original that was recorded 90 years ago this year by some of our heroes, in this case, the great country blues band, The Mississippi Sheiks. Of course, we did have to fool with it to make it our own. We don’t know how Walter Vinson and Lonnie Chatmon would feel abo…
 
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