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On this weeks show we are going to discuss our Top 25 movies that came out in the 2000s. So for those that don't know it will be from 2000-2009. Will it be Harry Potter, Star Wars, Bad Santa, Elf, Oceans Eleven, Dukes of Hazzard, Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back, or Transporter. These are our Top movies not Grossing, not Best Picture, it is what we like. Listen in Saturday 6/7/14 at 9pm pst and call us at 646-929-0636 to tell us your Top Movies.
Rob Tardik — Moments
Nov. 2, 2015
Since the very early 2000s, guitarist Rob Tardik has been dazzling listeners with his exciting and often exotic mix of substantive c-jazz/R&B/rock and burning hot Latin melodies. With tunes so attractive, they are by nature riveting, seductive, uplifting, and powerful.Such is the case with his latest release Moments, another eclectic gem.
Seizing the moment and leading off with a Latin scorcher, “Sip and Salsa,” inspired by his fiancé’s love of dance, the gifted guitarist soars from one mood to another. Examples would be track two’s sizzler jazz/rocker “Rite of Passage,” then on to the romantic R&B deliciousness of “Moments in Time” featuring the silky lead vocals of one Aiden Castillo and sweet backing harmonies of vocalists Dee and Brittani Cole, and the handsome downtempo Latin-tinged “Eros.” Definitely not applying the brakes on the project yet, Tardik treats us to a stinger with a mean hook called “Hang Time” which is co-written by fellow guitarist Steve Oliver (who is featured in some way or other throughout the album). In fact, Oliver co-produced the album with Tardik. A very cool pairing indeed.
Tardik enjoys the contributions of other very fine notable musicians here, as well, including saxmen Will Donato and Walle Larsson, trumpeter Gabriel Mark Hasselbach, bassist Gary Grainger (of Acoustic Alchemy fame), pianist/keyboardist Nate Harasim, and a host of others who felt the groove and wanted in.
Speaking of feeling the groove, you will definitely want to stop by and check out the blazing funkster called “Stop!,” a command you may have trouble obeying on the dance floor. Whew. Is there a fire extinguisher in the house?
See full review on www.thesmoothjazzride.com/cdreviews
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Revenue Chat with Tony DUrso, welcomes Mayer Dahan, CEO of Prime Five Homes who is a financial non-conformist and revolutionist. He says, "Money should be invested in a cause, rather than the person who made it.”
A self-proclaimed creative conformist and home development revolutionist, Mayer was able to build and sell more homes than ever before, despite the housing collapse in the late 2000s.
His homes are not only beautiful, which you can see on some of our slides, but they are also a way to raise public awareness about energy efficiency, the use of solar power, and the importance of quality materials.
In 2013 Mayer created The Dream Builders Project, a charity with the goal of giving back to the community. He hosts Charity Flash Mobs, formal galas and other philanthropic functions throughout the year, for the purposes of raising awareness for many causes such as child abuse, the homeless, and those with chronic illnesses and diseases among others.
Mayer shares his winning non-conformist approach, right here on Revenue Chat with Tony DUrso.
In the 1980s and in the early 2000s Palestine had intifadas, which means in Arabic uprising. The second was, was insitgated by Sharon's visit to the third holiest site in Islam, the Al Aqsa Mosque, also known as the site of the Dome of the Rock. Recently Israeli restriction of worship on the site has increased and provokations against Palestinians from Gaza, to Haifa and the West Bank, as well as the shutting down of whole neighborhoods in Arab East Jerusalem, has set the stage for another intifada as violence and desperation has increased. The hosts of Vanguard Youth Radio Al & Andrea will tackle this issue for a 45 minute show. We hope to have time for callers.
#REALLYDOE RADIO PRESENTS EPISODE 5: THE GREAT CONTROVERSY: 1990s vs 2000s PROS & CONS/WHO WAS JESUS CHRIST?? This topic will cause for a Great Debate 1990S VS 2000S we are talking about Lifestyles, Entertainment, Quality Life, Television, Music, Relationships, Technology, Politics, HipHop, Etc. Second Segment is the most CONTROVERSAL DEBATE: WHO WAS JESUS CHRIST. PLS CALL US WE VALUE YOUR OPINION. #REALLYDOE
The Solid B+ Podcast returns with a stacked episode filled to the brim with NXT and ROH TV reports from October 28, news about new WWE Performance Center signees, info about filming beginning on Lucha Underground Season 2, the Young Bucks signing an exclusive contract with Ring of Honor, a look at the remainder of the New Japan Super Junior Tag Team Tournament and their upcoming tours as well as the Pro Wrestling NOAH Global League and news about the first Global Force Wrestling Champions. But wait - there's more! Also this week, my friends Bryan Myers and Ryan Mervine joined me and we talked about our time going to CZW regularly, but specifically the war between CZW and Ring of Honor in the mid 2000s.
Marty Balin: singer/songwriter, founding member of Jefferson Airplane and hit maker of Jefferson Starship joins host Robin Milling to share 50 years of musical memories with his new CD, Good Memories.
Spanning five decades, whether you grew up in the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s or 2000s you'll always remember such songs as It's No Secret, Count on Me, With Your Love, and Miracles; to name a few. Marty tells Robin how they came up with the name 'Jefferson Airplane,' along with his fond memories of Grace Slick, and not so fond memories of playing Woodstock! He says the behind-the-scenes goings on at the festival were much more memorable.
When Marty isn't making music he is making art. His art gallery in St. Augustine, Florida features his paintings and lots of memorabilia for sale.
As a follow up to Good Memories, Balin – who is known as “The King of Love Songs” – will release The Greatest Love; a new album of original music.
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Merle Ronald Haggard (born April 6, 1937) is an American country and Western songwriter, singer, guitarist, fiddler, and instrumentalist. Along with Buck Owens, Haggard and his band The Strangers helped create the Bakersfield sound, which is characterized by the unique twang of Fender Telecaster and the unique mix with the traditional country steel guitar sound, new vocal harmony styles in which the words are minimal, and a rough edge not heard on the more polished Nashville sound recordings of the same era.
By the 1970s, Haggard was aligned with the growing "outlaw country" movement, and has continued to release successful albums through the 1990s and into the 2000s. In 1994, he was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. In 1997, he was inducted into the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame.
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