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McCartney: A Life in Lyrics

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McCartney: A Life in Lyrics offers listeners the opportunity to sit in on conversations between Paul McCartney and poet Paul Muldoon dissecting the people, experiences, and art that inspired McCartney’s songwriting. These conversations were held during the past several years as the two collaborated on the award winning book, “The Lyrics: 1965 to Present.” Over two seasons and 24 episodes of “McCartney: A Life in Lyrics”, you’ll hear a combination master class, memoir, and improvised journey ...
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The McCartney McAlphabet

David Ephgrave and Clary Saddler

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An A to Z of the life and solo career of Sir Paul McCartney, hosted by David Ephgrave & Clary Saddler. Clary & David chart a comprehensive(ish) alphabetical course through the Wings frontman’s post-Beatles career, covering everything Another Day to Zoo Gang. A post-Beatle Paul McPodcast.
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Paul McCartney talks about his life and song-writing through the prism of 10 key lyrics, including The Beatles’ classics All My Loving, Eleanor Rigby and Penny Lane. This is a unique insight into the life and art of Paul McCartney from his book The Lyrics, read in an entertaining and intimate way by the man himself. Produced by John Wilson.
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A-list guests like ... Paul McCartney, Stephen Colbert, Kyra Sedgwick, Kevin Costner, Spike Lee, Bryan Cranston, Kristin Chenoweth, David Duchovny, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Bill Burr, Laura Prepon, Billy Bob Thornton, Michael Strahan, Historian Jon Meacham, Judd Apatow, Kristen Chenoweth, Thomas Friedman of The New York Times, , Sanjay Gupta, Ken Burns, Bill Wyman-The Rolling Stones , Tim Robbins, Bob Costas and MORE, join Emmy & Peabody award-winning comedian Paul Mecurio who interviews the big ...
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The yesterday and today podcast is a fan-made, not for profit, just for fun compilation of chronological source materials as they pertain to the Beatles. This show is in no way affiliated with Apple Corps, nor any organization connected to John, Paul, George or Ringo in any way... though we do consider ourselves premiere members of the Bungalow Bill fun club. So kick back, turn off your mind, relax and download the stream...we hope you will enjoy the show. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/priv ...
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Some of today’s most topical issues polarise people. In Who Cares Wins with Lily Cole, Lily invites guests with different perspectives to explore critical issues - from technology, food, to mental health and capitalism - and their relationship to the environment. The podcast emerged from the research Lily did for her book ('Who Cares Wins: A Thousand How to Protect the Planet You Love: A thousand ways to solve the climate crisis: from tech-utopia to indigenous wisdom') Season One explores th ...
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All McCartney

All McCartney Podcast

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All McCartney: a podcast exploring the musical legacy of Paul McCartney - created by Paul's fans, for Paul's fans. Hosted by the husband and wife team of Andy Nelson (a professional musician and music educator) and Amy Nelson (an art historian specializing in Modern and Contemporary art of the UK). Email: allmccartneypodcast@gmail.com, find us on Twitter (@allmccartneypod), Facebook (All McCartney Podcast) and at http://www.allmccartneyposcast.com
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Mary McCartney discusses the release of Linda McCartney – Life in Photographs with Dylan Jones at a special event for the iBookstore. With over 170 images, the book features Linda's early rock'n'roll portraits and final years with The Beatles to her touring days with Wings and raising four children with Paul.
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Liddypod

David Bedford and Paul Beesley

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Liddypod is the new podcast about The Beatles from their home city of Liverpool. We will be discussing all things Beatles and Liverpool, plus will have special features and exclusive interviews, as well as having some fun along the way.
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One Sweet Dream provides a fresh take on the music, people, and narrative of the Beatles. This is the Beatles, through a new lens. The podcast includes 5 major series: (1) The Breakup Series: Revisiting the roots and causes of the Beatles' Breakup. (2) The Aftermath Series: Revisiting the events following the Beatles' Breakup. (3) The New Lens Series: Exploring key themes through interviews and deep dives. (4) The Get Back Series: Exploring all elements of the Get Back Documentary through a ...
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The Dream World Podcast is about focusing on sleep & dreams to better your mental, physical, and spiritual well-being. It is an interactive podcast, where anyone can join the conversation about exploring consciousness. Our goal is to bridge the gap between science and spirituality and normalize talking about dreams. We cover a variety of tips and topics on how to take care of the mind and body both in waking life and in the dream world. With an open mind, we investigate stories, anecdotes, r ...
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My Backstage Pass

With Hosts Lee Zimmerman and Billy Hubbard

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Join hosts Lee Zimmerman & cohost Billy Hubbard as they take you backstage for conversations with singer songwriters, musicians, and music industry professionals! Host Lee Zimmerman is a freelance music writer whose articles have appeared in several leading music industry publications. Lee is a former promotions representative for ABC and Capital Records and director of communications for various CBS affiliated television stations. Lee recently authored "Americana Music - Voices, Visionaries ...
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Welcome to Stroll Down Penny Lane, where we celebrate the life and music of Paul McCartney. In this series we investigate the creation stories behind his songs. We discover that there is often an autobiographical aspect to his songs. And in our examination of his compositions, we also discover what it is that causes such an immediate connection with his music. We are a proud part of Pantheon, the podcast network for music lovers.
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Your Own Personal Beatles

Jack Pelling & Robin Allender

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We chat to amazing guests about their personal relationship with The Beatles, and discover how their lives and work have been influenced by the greatest band of them all. Guests include Adam Buxton, Jon Ronson, Mae Martin, Elis James, Josh Widdicombe, John Robins, Matthew E White, Kevin Eldon, Shaparak Khorsandi, Nish Kumar, Field Music and many more. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Untitled Beatles Podcast

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Gen X ex-cruise ship comedians T.J. Shanoff and Tony Mendoza celebrate the Fab Four without taking anything too seriously. Roll up for the long and rambling road. More at untitledbeatlespodcast.com
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The John Lennon Hour

The John Lennon Hour

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Weekly radio talk show about John Lennon & The Beatles with guest authors, musicians, and experts from The Beatles World hosted by Jude Southerland Kessler, author of The John Lennon Series, http://www.johnlennonseries.com
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If you’re a fan of Andy Cohen’s bestselling diaries, then buckle up because Andy is taking you on an as-it-happened recount of life as a daddy to two kids, dozens of Housewives, and the occasional fella. Each week, with co-host John Hill at his side, Andy takes you on a day-by-day journey of the high highs and low lows of parenting, his unfiltered musings, and a never-ending supply of the latest Housewives drama…all set against the backdrop of glitz, glamor, and the occasional tantrum.
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MPL and Hear Music are celebrating the release of Band on the Run, the first release in the Paul McCartney Archive Collection. Personally supervised by Paul, Band on the Run has been newly remastered at Abbey Road Studios. This very special release will be available as a Standard CD, Special 2 CD + DVD Edition, Deluxe 3 CD + DVD Collectors’ Edition, and 180 Gram Double Vinyl. A Digital Download is also available. The podcasts provide an insight into the band behind the album, the cover shoot ...
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JJ from Six Million Steps presents a series of mixes, each based around a different theme. With 100+ editions now available, the JJ's Smoking Sessions series now covers a whole range of genres and artistes - everything from Blue Eyed Soul to Hip Hop, and everyone worth mentioning from Marvin Gaye to Paul McCartney.
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Long Live Rock 'N' Roll

Lazarus Michaelides & Felipe Amorim

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In a world where Rock N Roll is taking a back seat, Laz and Felipe, two touring Rock musicians, analyse, review and discuss the most notable and important albums in Rock N Roll history and why the artists who created them are so significant. With album reviews, musical analysis and band-specific discussions/debates; this show will give you an insight into these remarkable releases and momentous occasions from the perspective of a young British bass player and a seasoned Brazilian drummer - e ...
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The stories behind some of the most essential albums of all time, told by the artists who made them and Rolling Stone’s writers and editors. Each episode focuses on one album from the brand-new, updated version of Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Albums list, featuring fresh conversations with the people who made the music, classic interview audio and expert commentary. Episodes include the late Tom Petty on his solo classic Wildflowers, Taylor Swift talking about her career-changing 2012 album ...
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Conversations with authors from the worlds of sport and entertainment. Join us (after the lockdown...) at our live events in London, Brighton and across the south east. Hosted by Duncan Steer.
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What is up welcome to The Blunt Report Podcast. Where we discuss everything Cannabis related and everything not. Conspiracies will be discussed, pot will be smoked, and jokes will be made. As well as interviews, guests, and merchandise. So toke up, smoke up, and hold it in while you choke up, and join me as we dive into the weird.
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Let's Talk Legacy

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What does it mean to build and maintain a legacy, either in business, or for your loved ones? What tools and resources are available to help? Join the discussion as host Gary Michels, along with exciting guests and real listeners just like you, tackle the answers to these questions, and learn how to grow today, for a better tomorrow. Southwestern/Great American, Inc., dba Southwestern Family of Companies, for itself and its related entities and their assigns, reserves and retains all rights ...
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On Tour with Brian Ray

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“On Tour” takes you backstage and behind the scenes with musicians and production teams who have spent most of their lives traveling the world on some of the biggest tours in history. Host Brian Ray, lifelong musician and guitarist for Paul McCartney, sits down with his friends as they share the stories most of them thought they’d never tell from their years on the road performing for millions."On Tour" is a production of Black Barrel Media and iHeartRadio. For more information about “On Tou ...
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Los Angeles based bass player, singer, songwriter, and producer, Eric Baines, interviews music professionals from a variety of fields and genre’s sharing stories from the road as well as tips and trade secrets for people who dream of making their living making music. Eric is currently touring with the legendary band, Chicago, but has toured, performed and recorded with many artists as a bass player and singer such as: Dwight Yoakam Keiko Matsui Air Supply Lucas Grabeel Lee Ritenour Corbin Bl ...
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The New York Times hailed Bobby Rivers as "a master interviewer with a gift for banter" on his VH1 celebrity talk show in the late 1980s. Bobby Rivers has been a prime time talk show host, an ABC News movie critic and entertainment news contributor, a syndicated game show host and a Food Network host. Whoopi Goldberg picked him to be on her Premiere Radio weekday morning show in 2006. He's acted in national TV commercials and played a recurring comedy character for The Onion. A longtime SAG- ...
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I’ve Got a Beatles Podcast!

I’ve Got A Beatles Podcast

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An educational, informative, and irreverent analysis of all things Beatles with Dave and Chris. Complete episodes can be found at https://ivegotabeatlespodcast.podbean.com. Email: ivegotabeatlespodcast@hotmail.com Twitter: @ivegotabeatles Facebook: I’ve Got A Beatles Podcast
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We know how disruptive it can be when you lose a member of staff and the cost to the organisation in time and money. We work with business leaders to stabilise their teams, providing the continuity that allows them to realise their plans, as well as helping them sleep better at night. So often your team can be seen as 'not coping' when they feel stressed and overwhelmed. That's why mental fitness is as important as physical fitness, especially as our work environments can be overwhelmingly b ...
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The Detroit History Podcast

The Detroit History Podcast

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The Detroit History Podcast returns for Season Six with a menu of programs as diverse as wrestling, bebop jazz, and a failed automobile. We'll look at the life of The Sheik, who threw fire and terrorized fellow grapplers during his wrestling career, which peaked in the 1960s and beyond. We saw something different on the road while we prepped for Season Six: an Edsel, which was the biggest flop in automotive history when it was introduced in 1957. We wanted to know: how could the smart people ...
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Polar Talks 2015

Polar Music Prize

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Polar Talks forms part of The Polar Music Prize, one of the most prestigious and unique music prizes in the world, crossing musical boundaries and awarded to individuals, groups and institutions in recognition of exceptional achievements. The Polar Music Prize is held annually in Stockholm, Sweden and was founded in 1989 by Stig “Stikkan” Anderson, writer and founding Manager of ABBA. The first recipients of the prize were Paul McCartney and Baltic States. The 2015 prizes were awarded to sin ...
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Davide Sonten has been working in the music industry internationally for many years as Sound Engineer, Music Producer, Recording Artist and DJ. He started his career studyng Piano and Singing at Music College and afterwards he graduated in Audio Engineering at SAE College in London UK. Here he worked as a freelance Sound Engineer and Music Producer for many years meanwhile performinng as a Singer and DJ in many London Venues. He has been signed as Music Producer and Mixing Engineer to the re ...
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We dive back into the Beatles for this episode because hello how could we ignore the first commercial world wide home video release of Let It Be. Yes we all had the boots, the laserdiscs, the VHS copies from the rental stores we copied as kids, but now we have it fully restored FINALLY. In superior video and audio quality. Streaming now on Disney +…
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Having a Macca Snack Attack (TM, pending)? We are too! Or, at least we did in late-2022, when Tony & T.J. rocked out to then-recently reissued and remastered Macca 45's. Come join for part two of this long-running, daytime/nighttime Macca singles (only!) party, and stay for the painstaking play-by-play of the unique, heretofore unexplained, debut-a…
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Christopher Merrick Hughes in conversation with David Eastaugh https://www.chrismerrickhughes.com/ music producer, songwriter, and former drummer of Adam and the Ants. Best known as producer of Tears for Fears' Songs from the Big Chair, and as the co-writer of "Everybody Wants to Rule the World", Hughes has a joint background as a musician, songwri…
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Carnie Wilson, 1/3rd of the chart-topping trio Wilson Phillips and daughter of Beach Boys' legend Brian Wilson, talks about growing up in a true rock and roll household, parties and all, and the healing over the years within her family, and recounts early encounters with Keith Moon, Paul McCartney, and Shaun Cassidy. Hear Carnie's full interview in…
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Thank you for listening! On our special episode, we are joined by Paul McCartney to talk about team building for leaders and the ideas behind 'Knowledge is Power'. Thank you, Paul! Paul is the Managing Director of GeeForce Ltd, where he offers training and coaching to business owners. Find out more about Paul on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.co…
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It's Lucy's birthday week, and just in time for her second birthday, she met her second Housewife. I saw Sir Paul McCartney who actually remembered me! Plus, I kiki'ed with Jane Fonda and pumped myself up for a night on the town with Anderson (more to come on how that actually went). For more interviews and behind-the-scenes tea, tune in to Andy Co…
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Frankie D talks about the famous Beatle, Paul McCartney, having a 3 sum back in the day. I also talk about how Barstool Sports owner, Dave Portnoy, was not invited to Alex Cooper's wedding. Alex Cooper started her “Call Her Daddy" podcast with Barstool Sports before going to Spotify, so Dave just wanted an invite. I also talk about how social media…
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Today singer-songwriter and Frontier Ruckus frontman Matthew Milia joins me to celebrate Paul and Linda McCartney's 1971 masterpiece RAM. We talk about the freedoms and pressures on Paul as an artist in the wake of the Beatles breakup, his philosophy of 'don't fix the mistake, explore the accident', the darkness in some of the lyrics, the derangeme…
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‘Winging It’ Welcome to another episode of The Long Live Rock ‘N’ Roll Podcast - where we dive deep into the world of music and dissect iconic albums that have left an indelible mark on the industry. In this episode, we're turning our attention to one of the most celebrated albums of the 1970s: ‘Band on the Run’ by Wings. Having lost some of his mu…
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As Apple (and Etta James) promised, "At Last"; the original cut of "Let It Be" is available! Only streaming, no LaserDisc, you wackers Radio Shackers. Speaking of LASIK, Apple's marketing team would have you believe the last time this film was seen was "54 years ago today". #WhenIm64Minus12Plus2 In reality, the last time this core, historically vit…
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Emma Peters is a PhD student at Universität Bern, Switzerland. She is working on the development of a reliable and effective lucid dreaming induction strategy using different types of bodily stimulation together with traditional lucid dreaming strategies. Before working at the University of Bern, Emma spent 3 years at the Sleep and Memory lab in Ni…
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ITV Tour de France commentator and general polymath Matt Rendell joins me to discuss some things that never make it into our live talk shows. Why is ITV like the social services? Did Matt really sell his house to finance one of his books (and, if so, why?) Was/is Marco Pantani Italy's Princess Diana? How come nobody knows the actual route of this y…
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This week was a short week with NBCU Upfronts on Monday. Ben told me about his favorite place, which screams bribe potential. We spotted a Bridgerton pop-up, which may have (definitely) been underwhelming. Plus, John Mayer defended our relationship yet again and John Hill may have exposed himself on Threads. For more interviews and behind-the-scene…
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Today, I'm joined by the Reverend Shawn Amos to turn a spotlight on a classic blues record that has reverberated down almost six decades since its recording - Junior Wells 'Hoodoo Man Blues'. We talk about the contrast between Junior Wells unprecedented creative feedom and the restraints on blues artists at Chess Records, the interplay with Buddy G…
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This week Frankie D talks about how he had the cops called on him while he was fishing. I also talk about how a group of students in Virgina will not be able to attend prom, which is ticking a lot of students and parents off. I also talk about how Dave Portnoy went on the “Call Her Daddy” podcast. I then get a call from Thurman Merman. I end the sh…
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Thank you for listening! This month brings the topic of Laughter to Mental Health Chats, and we will be joined by Sara Kay to talk about laughter throughout this month! Thank you Sara! Sara is a Wellbeing Laughter Coach with years of training experience in the industry! Find out more about Sara on LinkedIn at: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sara-kay-h…
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Drummer, Nate Morton, talks about his experience being on the hit NBC show, The Voice. He reminisces about his time at Berklee College of Music and explains how it’s helped him throughout his career. He recalls some of his best musical advice he’s gotten over the years and how important moving to L.A. has been for his music career. www.natemorton.c…
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Season 3 of Who Cares Wins offers a triptych of episodes that all explore how our inner landscapes shape our outer landscapes. For this third episode, Lily spoke with Merlin Sheldrake about how the leading edge of science asks us to shake up our perspectives on reality and our place and possibilities within it. They also discuss different species' …
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Here’s where Detroit was, art-wise, in 1917: a middling art museum on the east edge of downtown Detroit, with little to attract notice. We tell the story of the next 10 years, when the entire world began to pay attention. The magnificent Detroit Institute of Arts building on Woodward went up, with paintings by the yet-to-be-discovered Vincent Van G…
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Valor Kand in conversation with David Eastaugh https://officialchristiandeath.com/ American rock band formed in 1979 by Rozz Williams. Williams was eventually joined by guitarist Rikk Agnew of the band Adolescents, James McGearty on bass guitar and George Belanger on drums. This line-up was responsible for producing the band's best known work, thei…
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Man Parrish in conversation with David Eastaugh https://www.manparrish.com Parrish's early live shows at Bronx hip-hop clubs were spectacles of lights, glitter, and pyrotechnics, which drew as much from the Warhol mystique as the Cold Crush Brothers. His first release was "Hip Hop, Be Bop (Don't Stop)" issued in 1982, which Parrish said faced a rac…
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This week, I'm back from filming both Summer House reunions, with a freshly cut mullet in my bag. I went to the Met Gala as Sarah Jessica Parker's date and was reminded that I don't know how pose. Plus, we talked all about the fourth-wall breaking Vanderpump Rules finale and what's to come at the reunion. For more interviews and behind-the-scenes t…
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This week French businessman Emmanuel Jayr is on The Frankie D Show! Frankie D asks Emmanuel about France, food in France, and French people. Emmanuel is asked if he fits the French stereotype of being romantic. He also tells where to get the best food in France. We also dive into the fact that French fries are not called French fries in France. Em…
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In this episode, we review Ringo Starr's recently released EP, Crooked Boy. We discuss the importance (and benefits) of the album having one creative leader, in this case Linda Perry, and give our thoughts on the lyrics and music of each of the four songs. How does Crooked Boy relate to Ringo's earlier EPs? Feel free to email us a message (or recor…
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Krys Ra El Is a Spiritual Specialist & Cosmic Guide. As a Guide of Ether Physics, Krys serves humanity through bridging the seen and unseen realms. Offering clarity on misunderstood yet fascinating topics like,Gravity, The Ether, Teleportation, Time etc. We cover topics such as noeticism, lucid dreaming, astral projection, and the role of dreams in…
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A flurry of developments in the lives and legacies of all four former Beatles permeated October 1988, starting with the debut of the feature-length IMAGINE film chronicling the life of John Lennon, opening in movie theaters across the world. This template for future Beatles archival projects was met with warm embrace by John's fans, and was an impo…
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'21st Century Progressive Band' In 1969, a new Progressive Rock band stormed onto the scene. King Crimson made several appearances throughout the year and exposed themselves to large, attentive and accepting audiences with big, impactful live shows. Following this success came an album that would pioneer, innovate and lay down the foundations for P…
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The Blue Bird Inn was a cathedral of musical wonder in 1950s-era Detroit. This now-defunct west side club featured bebop jazz, featuring musicians such as Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Barry Harris, Thad Jones, and a longer list of jazz masters. The place was pretty much abandoned a few decades ago, but a local preservation group is taking up its cau…
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Simon Heavisides in conversation with David Eastaugh You can pre-order the book from Stichting Opposite Direction, Jean-Paul van Mierlo: vanmierlojeanpaul00@gmail.com https://louderthanwar.com/destiny-stopped-screaming-the-life-and-times-of-adrian-borland-book-review/ https://www.amazon.co.uk/Destiny-Stopped-Screaming-Adrian-Borland/ Adrian Borland…
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Marisa Carnesky in conversation with David Eastaugh https://carnesky.com/ British live artist and showwoman. She uses spectacular entertainment forms, including fairground devices and stage illusion, and draws on themes of contemporary ritual, to investigate social issues from an ecofeminist perspective. Time Out declared that Carnesky's 'unique ni…
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We're all going Michael Lindsay-Hogg wild for next week's "Let It Be" documentary re-release. So let's set the mood, and get back to OUR VERY FIRST EPISODE. No MAL technology to clean the audio, no overproduced, Dumb & Schticky audio drops (you're welcome again, SpongeBobbyHil589). Just a couple guys gabbin' fab about the Fab Four exactly as you've…
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The boys talk to young Paddy Tobin who created the "Save Leichhardt Oval" Facebook Group.... Paddy is an 18-year-old passionate Tigers supporter who is doing his bit to try and save Leichhardt Oval by raising awareness of the lack of NSW Government funding which is needed to bring the ground up to NRL 1st grade standard. Paddy is also an assistant …
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Following on from our conversation and meditations from Plum Village, we now share a meditation led by Thich Nhat Hanh. Thich Nhat Hanh was a Vietnamese Buddhist monk, peace activist, poet and teacher, who founded Plum Village, and is often known as the "father of mindfulness." More free meditations like this one can be found via the Plum Village a…
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Today, Carla Geneve zooms in from WA to celebrate the almost-20th anniversary of The Drones classic 'Wait Long By the River and the Bodies of Your Enemies Will Float By'. Carla talks about being introduced to the record by her Dad at age 11, the violence of the music and subject matter, the epic nature of the nine songs, leaving space for meaning a…
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Lora Logic in conversation with David Eastaugh https://www.essential-logic.co.uk/ https://essentiallogic.bandcamp.com/ fter co-founding X-Ray Spex, Lora Logic formed Essential Logic in 1978, shaping post-punk with unique sax, whimsical melodies. Their 1979 album, 'Beat Rhythm News,' stood out. After a long hiatus, Essential Logic returned in 2022 w…
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Carnie Wilson, 1/3rd of the chart-topping trio Wilson Phillips and daughter of Beach Boys' legend Brian Wilson, talks about growing up in a true rock and roll household, parties and all, and the healing over the years within her family, encounters with Keith Moon, Paul McCartney, and Shaun Cassidy, a frank and interesting view on her 2 decades of s…
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Thank you for listening! Happy World Laughter Day! This month brings the topic of Laughter to Mental Health Chats, and we will be joined by Sara Kay to talk about laughter throughout this month! Thank you Sara! Sara is a Wellbeing Laughter Coach with years of training experience in the industry! Find out more about Sara on LinkedIn at: https://www.…
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Season 3 of Who Cares Wins offers a triptych of episodes that all explore how our inner landscapes shape our outer landscapes. For this second episode, Lily spoke with Dr Gabor Maté about authenticity, compassionate self-inquiry, and how our internal reality shapes our way of relating to the world. Dr Gabor Maté is a Canadian physician who has writ…
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