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All christians have been seated with Christ in the heavenlies. Now we should dress the part by being clothed in the Righteousnwss of Jesus Christ. The Holy Spirit has Baptized us in Christ death and resurrection, old things are past and we are now to walk in the newness of life in Christ. Christ is to now live in us that we might know the greatness of his love towards us by faith. Now we have got to get that look and put on his shiny new amour so we can stand up for him against the Devil.
Ceci est mon premier entretien à l'étranger! Je eu le plaisir d'avoir mon cher ami Patrice sur mon Blog émission Talk Radio et de discuter de nouvelles, de la poésie, la culture et bien d'autres choses. Dans l'attente de plus d'interviews, ce fut tellement amusant et instructif. Merci mon chère ami!
(FOR EVERYONE ELSE WHO CAN'T GOOGLE IT: This is my first interview overseas! I had the pleasure of having my dear friend Patrice on my Blog Talk Radio show and discuss news, poetry, culture and many other things. Looking forward to more interviews, this was so much fun and informative. Thank you my dear friend!)
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SUNDAY JAN 17th BLESSED TRAILS with BELINDA GAIL on EQUESTRIAN LEGACY RADIO
Belinda Gail weclcomes the award winning JOHNNY NEILL, Fiddle Master to this weeks show!
Recognized as “Denver’s Fiddler of Choice”, Johnny Neill has performed throughout the United States and is known for his ability to play a variety of musical styles including Classical, Western Swing, Bluegrass, Country and Jazz. Johnny is a sought after studio musician, having been recorded on over fifty albums.
Johnny has also appeared in motion pictures, on television and in the theater where his performances include: Louis L’Amour’s classic western Conagher (playing the Tumbleweed Waltz which he composed on location), Every Which Way But Loose, the epic mini-series Centennial, and the world premiere production of Almost Heaven – The Songs and Stories of John Denver at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts.
Johnny is also the winner of the 2013 Western Music Association’s Instrumentalist of the Year.
Join Belinda every Sunday for an inspiring hour that will bless your heart and lift your sprits.
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Darren Barrett’ - Debuts newly released seventh album, “Trumpet Vibes.
For the first time in his award-winning career, the trumpeter-composer-producer explores his Jamaican roots on a recording project. Adeptly, the Boston-based artist from Toronto introduces good-time reggae rhythms and frenzied ska beats native to his parents’ Caribbean homeland to hard bop and swinging jazz on the eight-song set that he produced and wrote four new compositions.
A charismatic companion to engage in meaningful discourse and occasionally play foe to his astute trumpet play, Barrett selected the vibraphone to share the spotlight as a featured “voice” throughout the session, with noted vibes soloist Warren Wolf guesting on a pair of tracks to participate in improvisational banter with a young trio comprised of vibist Simon Mouillier and brothers Alexander and Anthony Toth on bass and drums respectively. Also of significance is that Barrett opens the session by saluting his late mentor, trumpet great Donald Byrd, on the chirpy swinger “Fly Little Bird.” Interesting to hear him ply the jazz-meets-reggae motif to pop gems such as the regal “To Sir With Love” and amorous overtures like David Gates’ “Everything I Own” and Stevie Wonder’s “My Cherie Amour.” Barrett shines on his own compelling compositions, including the moody and murky “Chiapas”; the deliberate “Song For A Princess,” on which he takes his time – nearly seven minutes - to bop and blow while cruising a laidback island wave; “Phantom dB” that gets a jarring jolt of rock & roll drumming and some dissonant trumpet distortion; and the slightly more conventional straight-ahead jazz foray “The Club Up The Street” that wraps the disc.