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In today's world, there are so many forces that make us try to feel guilty for being MEN. This podcast was created to give guys just like you the skills to rediscover your masculine instincts. Our sincere goal is to help you maximize your life in the areas of masculinity ... seduction .... dating ... self-development ... success ... money ... confidence ... sex ... and women. And to do it WITHOUT APOLOGY.
 
This podcast is for all music lovers!! Songs include Indian classical, light music, film songs and devotional/bhajans. Sing along, learn and enjoy Just Music. Interested in learning Indian classical music (Vocal), login to https://www.udemy.com/course/learn-carnatic-indian-classical-music-basics-in-detail/ For Voice culture course, please visit https://www.udemy.com/course/anybody-can-sing-a-voice-culture-session/
 
As a songwriter and former pastor, Joel has spent years thinking deeply about the songs that we sing together as a church during our corporate worship services. Yet, the goal of this podcast is not simply to serve those in occupational ministry, but also the mom of 3 who simply wants her kids to hear "better" music. The hope of this podcast is that we'd all better embody the old children's song and "be careful little ears what you hear."
 
This is a podcast about Stephen Sondheim's entire body of work show by show and song by song. Each week Kyle Marshall invites an expert to discuss a Sondheim song in-depth. Together they discover the humour, how the songs inform character, and any hidden meanings. Most importantly they try to understand the man behind the music, the Shakespeare of our time, as best they can.
 
Voice experts and bestselling authors Dr Gillyanne Kayes and Jeremy Fisher have been chatting about voice for more than 20 years - this time they've switched the microphone on. Vocal technique? check. Musicals? check. The weird things you can do with your voice? check. Includes AMA on voice, singing, speaking, performance techniques, voice exercises and so much more.
 
In each episode, I chat with entrepreneurs, thought-leaders & life's go-getters. They're real people, living a real-life journey & inspiring real change in the world. We discuss their secrets to happiness & success, sources of inspiration and inspiring stories of change. Listeners will learn what makes these people's heart sing and leave each episode with new tips that'll help bring more happiness into their everyday.
 
My Life’s Passion and recurring theme is one of “Transformation”. I love to help others transform their adversities, be it physical, emotional or mental into an opportunity of freedom, joy and beauty. I inspire health in the human spirit and empower truth so that I can live in integrity aligned with my higher self. It is my daily practice to follow what makes my Heart Sing! Join me … Believe in the Magic and Live Your Brilliance! - Karen Barker
 
New Mums Nutrition is a podcast to optimise your nutrition and help you live life to the full. There are unique challenges as a new mum and so many opinions about what to eat! Dietitian Lana Hirth and Journalist Tara Sing have real conversations about evidenced-based nutition specifically for new mums. They're mums of toddlers and sisters too!
 
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We're talking business, singing and marketing with founder of the Speakeasy Cooperative (SECO) Michelle Markwart Deveaux We share what happened when Michelle coached us in our own business (Vocal Process), and the two MAJOR decisions we made that have turned our lives around. We find out The main reason why it's difficult to make your singing studi…
 
When I was a teenager in eastern Pennsylvania in the 1960s, I was a dedicated reader of Sing Out! I couldn't always afford to buy a copy, but the music store where took guitar lessons let me read each new issue as I waited for my bus ride home. I also lived on the Reprints from Sing Out!, and usually bought those when they came out. They helped me …
 
Some of you bemoaned the loss of the Singing Mountain Patreon because it also meant the loss of the ”all music, no talk” versions of episodes that I sometimes posted there. Never fear: the files have been recovered, and I will be posting them on the main feed. First up, the ”all music, no talk” version of episode 105, “The End... as a Beginning.” S…
 
There is no more meaningful joy than realizing God’s purpose for our lives. As part of the Body of Christ, God has given each of us a specific calling. Before you can be used by the Lord effectively, you must first be prepared and equipped to fulfil and function in that calling. We must listen carefully for His instruction and direction. Join Dr RJ…
 
Everybody on stage for the big dance number! Yes, for our next miniseries, we are looking at some of Broadway's most iconic production numbers, starting with 1964's "Hello Dolly!" from...yes, you guessed it, Hello Dolly! We talk about the alchemy that this show captured and how it's the quintessence of a certain kind of Broadway show. All clips are…
 
Tara interviews Valerie Gabail, an amazing classical French singer and teacher. Valerie shares her musical journey from child to adult, with giving us a glimpse into what it was like to have a vocal injury and how she moved through it into recovery and beyond. Valerie was influenced to love music as a child through her father, who brought so many s…
 
Former Sokka-hater-turned-lover Jen hosts S03E04: Sokka's Master, where we question Sokka's schedule, feel attacked by Iroh's workout regime, and generally root for Sokka. It's kind of bogus that all this character growth and swordsmanship skills all happen in one day, but we'll let that slide if it means the gang realizes what a huge part of the t…
 
This episode focuses on Viva Dead Ponies by The Fatima Mansions. Viva Dead Ponies - the second album by The Fatima Mansions - was released in late 1990 on Kitchenware Records. Cathal Coughlan discusses the writing and recording of what many consider to be the band’s greatest album. The conversation takes in: Microdisney ending and starting The Fati…
 
Heralded as one of the greatest socialist leaders of the 20th Century, Eugene Debs is often remembered as a champion of labor rights and the working class. However, many voices have questioned Debs' dedication to the struggle of Black workers. In this episode we will discuss the legacy of Eugene Debs. Thank you, guys, again for taking the time to c…
 
The American writer Toni Morrison once said, “If there’s a book that you want to read, but it hasn’t been written yet, then you must write it.” It was an urge which in her case yielded a rich array of novels, children’s books, plays and essays. Toni Morrison stands tall, as the first black woman of any nationality to be awarded the Nobel Prize for …
 
Women will often employ rules or restrictions when dating men such as no kissing or sex until the 3rd date. In this episode, Mark breaks down the fascinating psychology behind why women use these rules. Plus, proven responses you can use when they hit you with them, which are so effective it will often have women breaking their own rules just to ge…
 
Hidden within an obscure 70s film is a song written by Stephen Sondheim. It's sung by a Madame and it's delightfully dirty. Will White returns to talk about the movie, whether the song works, and its lasting legacy. William's podcast The Classical Gabfest: https://cgf.buzzsprout.com William's website: http://www.willcwhite.com William's Twitter: ht…
 
From White Zombie in 1932 to Night of the Living Dead in 1967 the history of the idea of the Zombie (they were called "ghouls" in the original 'Night of the Living Dead') has its roots in pre-revolution Haiti. Many of these more modern movies use the imagery of the walking undead to represent more than just scary brain eating monsters. From being a…
 
While we're all about food first, sometimes your body needs a bit extra to help with the postpartum season. In this episode, we cover the top five supplements any mum who has recently given birth should consider taking to aid recovery, help you feel your best and optimise your nutrition. You'll be grabbing your supplements after this episode, to ha…
 
I share my concerns and happy surprise with a successful Dragon Con. Plus, you’ll get a live, end-of-con concert courtesy of the Digital Media Track. There are some traditional Irish songs, a little New Orleans music, songs about Hobbits, demons under your bed, cats and a certain Doctor from the planet Gallifrey. WHO'S PLAYING IN THE PUB TODAY Welc…
 
EPISODE – Will Tuttle BIOGRAPHY Dr. Will Tuttle, visionary author, educator, and inspirational speaker, is author of the acclaimed Amazon #1 best-seller The World Peace Diet, published in 16 languages. He has presented widely throughout the world, in all 50 states and over 50 countries over the past 40 years, sharing the vegan message in many thous…
 
The gym always has tons of hot women and can be a great place to pick up girls. But if you lift regularly (which you should be) you're going to run into them time and time again, so if you mess up it's going to get real awkward. That's why you NEED to listen to this step-by step-guide on how to correctly navigate approaching women at the gym. Apply…
 
Welcome back lovely people to The Sunday Session and here on Sundays we rest and relax and get ready for the week ahead. I will be pulling a card from my oracle deck and explaining what the meaning is for the card that I pull and I also talk about a reality show called "Love & Marriage Huntsville". Please share if this show if you enjoyed it and th…
 
This week on the Experience, Jim talks with Dark Side Of The Ring producer Evan Husney about Season 3 and the Plane Ride From Hell! Also, Jim shares his thoughts on Ric Flair, Tommy Dreamer & the behavior of wrestlers on planes in years past. Plus Jim reviews AEW Dynamite & the debut of NXT 2.0! Follow Jim and Brian on Twitter: @TheJimCornette @Gre…
 
Your Hosts: Dan Wells, C.L. Polk, Charlotte Forfieh, and Mary Robinette KowalOur fourth M.I.C.E. Quotient episode explores the “Character” element, and how these angsty, navel-gazing voyages of self-examination can serve either as complete stories or as elements in other stories. Also, we talk about how to do this in ways that don't result in reade…
 
There is no more meaningful joy than realizing God’s purpose for our lives. As part of the Body of Christ, God has given each of us a specific calling. Before you can be used by the Lord effectively, you must first be prepared and equipped to fulfil and function in that calling. We must listen carefully for His instruction and direction. Join Dr RJ…
 
To many in the West, the practice of Yoga is largely a secular act seen as part of maintaining a healthy life-style and good posture. Certainly, some are keenly aware of its origins as a spiritual practice from the Indian subcontinent. Indeed, elements on the Christian right have condemned Yoga as a form of worship of the Hindu pantheon. However, i…
 
For political strategies such as an "inside/outside" plan of action to be effective, the left needs strong movements, with organizational strength that has an ability to influence politicians to govern at the behest of the people rather than being courtiers for major corporations and special interest groups. How do we build this on a local level? H…
 
Olivia Chaney wrote many of the songs for her critically acclaimed second solo album whilst living alone without electricity or mains water at her family’s remote and crumbling farmhouse on Hawnby Moor in North Yorkshire. On a hot summer’s day, she takes Matthew Bannister back across the Moor, singing and playing along the way, circled by curlews a…
 
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