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  • 00:40

    The King of Instruments: Organist Wayne Barr at The Colour of Music Festival

    in Classical Music

    The Colour of Music Festival began this week in Charleston, SC. (October 22-26) featuring chamber music performances, organ and voice recitals. Dr. Wayne A. Barr of Tuskegee University opened the High Noon Organ Recital Series in music by Whitlock, J. S. Bach, Ralph Simpson and Vierne. Recorded live at Grace Episcopal Church Charleston.  For more information about the festival www.colourofmusic.org


    PROGRAM:
    Whitlock: Exultemus
    Bach: Toccata, Adagio and Fugue in C Major, 564


    Ralph Simpson: Three Spirituals
    Jacob's Ladder
    Swing Low
    Roll Jordan, Roll


    Vierne:
    Symphonie III, op. 28
    III, Intermezzo
    V. Final

  • 01:38

    #PotStockRadio- with Gabriel Berkowitz COO of The Mary Jane Group $MJMJ

    in Finance

    This week on #PotStockRadio Eric @EbizDizzle Ry @ryanmgodfrey and Trace @supergravy will talk to Gabriel Berkowitz COO of The Mary Jane Group $MJMJ. They are taking a strong hold on the entertainment side of the MMJ industry in Denver and also own a glass company along with The Adagio Bud and Breakfast...you heard me right..that's not a typo BUD and Breakfast! Eric stayed there on his recent trip to @WeedStockConference and thought it was the absolute highlight of his trip . Gabriel will discuss the path him and the company will blaze to dominate the industry.  #PotStockRadio appreciates the support of it's listeners and any questions or feedback about the show can be directed to eric@potstockradio.com


    PotStockRadio does not condone or promote the use of any illegal substance. Also, PotStockRadio is for educational purposes only! Nothing said on this program is solicitation to buy or sell any security or encite the use of any illegal substances.


    PLEASE- if you enjoy this show share it with friends and fellow PotStockers!

  • 01:31

    Thurs Oct. 24, 2013 (8:00 pm EST) EST.. Dean A Garner

    in Finance

    We want to welcome back Dean to the show. Mr. Garner has written many printed and electronic books, and has edited and ghost written New York Times 'best sellers'. I want to talk to him tonight about how to get started in publishing, and his thoughts on a topic he is well versed in.... the Jesuits.  Are they ( or the linage of their roots) truly the source of the downfall and future enslavement of man.
    http://www.amazon.com/Write-Your-First-Book-ebook/dp/B00FYU8OYA
    William Dean A. Garner (natural person, not a corporation) is a former scientist (biophysics: marine biology/neurobiology), US Army Airborne Ranger (C Company, 1st Ranger Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment), corporate mercenary with international private military firms he designed and helped build, and a New York Times bestselling ghostwriter and editor of many books.
    http://adagiopress.com/
    He is a Senior Editor at Adagio Press, a small indie publishing company and home to the 69-Minute Novel and 69-Minute Books.
    Join us for an interesting conversation on this very important topic.

  • 01:32

    Sat. April 27, 2013 12:00 pm (noon) EST.... Dean A Garner.

    in Finance

    Interesting times. With the Pope stepping down (a historical first), the global economy in ruins, the militarization of our police forces and mining resources, and a push for a One World Government, is there a common connection. Who better to ask than Dean Garner? Mr. Garner has spent decades tracing and publishing books and articles on the Jesuits, who controls them, and who they control. It is fair to say.... “All roads lead to Rome.”
     
    William Dean A. Garner (natural person, not a corporation) is a former scientist (biophysics: marine biology/neurobiology), US Army Airborne Ranger (C Company, 1st Ranger Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment), corporate mercenary with international private military firms he designed and helped build, and a New York Times bestselling ghostwriter and editor of many books.
    http://adagiopress.com/
    He is a Senior Editor at Adagio Press, a small indie publishing company and home to the 69-Minute Novel and 69-Minute Books.
    Join us for an interesting conversation on this very important topic.

  • 01:00

    Sun 03/10/2012 Dean A Garner. The Black Pope,Jesuits...more

    in Finance

    Interesting times. With the Pope stepping down (a historical first), the global economy in ruins, the militarization of our police forces and mining resources, and a push for a One World Government, is there a common connection. Who better to ask than Dean Garner? Mr. Garner has spent decades tracing and publishing books and articles on the Jesuits, who controls them, and who they control. It is fair to say.... “All roads lead to Rome.”
     
    William Dean A. Garner (natural person, not a corporation) is a former scientist (biophysics: marine biology/neurobiology), US Army Airborne Ranger (C Company, 1st Ranger Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment), corporate mercenary with international private military firms he designed and helped build, and a New York Times bestselling ghostwriter and editor of many books.
    http://adagiopress.com/
    He is a Senior Editor at Adagio Press, a small indie publishing company and home to the 69-Minute Novel and 69-Minute Books.
    Join us for an interesting conversation on this very important topic.

  • 01:43

    THE LAST SUNDAY IN 2012 AT 9PM EST TONIGHT!

    in Entertainment

    Tonight is the last Sunday of 2012. Let's close the year out with good music and conversation. In this spisode we are offering you the following music... Frank Sinatra's IT WAS A VERY GOOD YEAR Antonio Carlos Jobim ONE MINUTE SAMBA Xiomara Laugart HOY MI HABANA Papo Ortego ESTE CUBANOSON Caetano Veloso VUELVO AL SUR Havana Social Club CHAN CHAN Eliades Ochoa SI EN UN FINAL Paquito D'Rivera CUANDO VUELVA A TU LADO John McEuen MOONLIGHT DANCING Orlando Delgao/Landy Nova MIAMI MAMBO Armando Christian Perez (Pitbull) EVERYTHING Franco De Vita NICARAGUA ES MI TIERRA McEuen Sessions FOR ALL THE GOOD McEuen Sessions LEADER OF THE BAND Chelsea Williams I GOT MARRIED Nicole Henry A LITTLE TIME ALONE John McEuen ACOUSTIC TRAVELLER Jackie Gleason BUT NOT FOR ME John McEuen (3 romantic guitar, violin, piano pieces from several John McEuen CD's) a row from various CD's) Nicole Henry A LITTLE BIT OF TIME Donna Summer SHE WORKS HARD FOR THE MONEY Donna Summer HOT STUFF Donna Summer LAST DANCE (Longest Version she ever recorded) Etta James AT LAST Ibrahim Ferrer MI MUSICA CUBANA Cristian Imparato ADAGIO  We will keep adding the names of the songs as the day goes on... There are many more but I have a turkey to roast so I can't sit here all day typing...   I'll be back - I proomise!   

  • 00:30

    The Sister from Below: On Poetry, the Muse, & Why We Create

    in Writing


    Bonnie Bright M.A. talks to Jungian Analyst, Poet, and Author Naomi Ruth Lowinsky on poetry, the muse, and what drives us to create in our lives.


    Naomi Ruth Lowinsky, author of "The Sister from Below: When the Muse Gets Her Way" is an analyst member of the San Francisco C.G. Jung Institute, and a widely published poet.  Naomi’s recent memoir, The Sister from Below: When the Muse Gets Her Way tells stories of her pushy muse.  Naomi is also the author of The Motherline: Every Woman’s Journey to Find her Female Roots and three books of poetry—the most recent of those is called Adagio & Lamentation and features lots of poems about her own grandmother, who was a refugee from the Shoah and a fine painter.  Naomi says her grandmother he taught her the practice of making art of one’s life.

  • 00:45

    Shades of Love: The Pain Passes But The Beauty Remains

    in Music

    "Yet, for all the playfulness found on Shades of Love - notably in upbeat renditions of standards such as "You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To and Jobim's One Note Samba - she admits the real Kim Kaskiw is to be found beneath the achingly beautiful, poignant shades of melancholy that drive her lone and original contribution, Here And Now."

    The above review by Sun Showbiz columnist Allan Wigney revealed a side of Kim Kaskiw's music that was reminiscent of the acquiesced sadness of a Dorothy Dandridge.

    Without a doubt, and as is often the case with the most talented people, Kaskiw's life story is reflected in the pensive adagio of her musical storytelling that at once is both light yet heartfelt.

    Almost paradoxically, her tone simultaneously pulls you outward towards the opposite ends of the emotional extremities of happiness and sadness, as she herself retreats within her own experiences and memories like the delicate petals of a beautiful flower at dusk.

    In a far beyond the stars, near beyond the moon accessibility, one is certain that any time spent with Kaskiw is an ephemeral experience that will leave a lasting and indelible imprint on the listener's heart.

    Join me this evening as I welcome Kim Kaskiw to talk, sing and yes share her shades of love with you.

  • 00:30

    Lainie Sips: Tea Myths

    in Food

    This show will feature reviews of Peets' Ti Kuan Yin and Adagio's Earl Grey Bravo.

    We will also begin a series on tea myths. This week's tea myth is:

    Tea is shelf-stable and requires no special storage.

  • 00:15

    Lainie Sips: White Cucumber Tea Review

    in Food

    A review of Adagio's White Cucumber Tea.

  • 00:15

    Lainie Sips Episode 1: Tea Drinker or Tea Snob?

    in Food

    A discussion of tea snobbery (i.e. What is a tea snob?) as well as a review of Thai Chai by Adagio Teas.