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  • 00:31

    The Things We Do For Love

    in Blogs

    With Valentines Day next week join Fred and William as they set their copies of 50 Shades of Grey down, put their hair up in curlers and relax with a bottle of Pino to discuss some of the wilder things done all for the sake of sheer love!

  • 00:19

    Presentación de "Valle Zamuro" de Camilo Pino en Caracas

    in Writing

    El pasado 11 de agosto se realizó el bautizo del libro "Valle Zamuro" del venezolano Camilo Pino en la librería Alejandría en Caracas, Venezuela. Durante el encuentro el periodista y escritor Boris Muñoz hizo lectura de un texto en referencia al libro.

  • 01:03

    The Benefits of Monitoring Heart Rate for Endurance and Speed

    in Sports

    Anyone who exercises or is training for a Marathon or Triathlon needs to listen to this show. Richard Diaz and guest Dr. Harry Pino, Clinical Exercise Physiologist, discuss the benefits and methods of effective heart rate training and why you should do it. 


    Dr Pino is a practicing East Coast Physiologist who performs VO2 max tests on athletes to prescribe effective heart rate specific training programs.  Our host, Richard Diaz is a West Coast Clinician and coach with 20 years’ experience prescribing training programs for athletes based on the VO2 max testing he performs.  This is East meets West, a coming of minds on the topic of heart rate specific training.  How best to conduct the principals of training for endurance and speed, what to expect and all details in between.  This show is perfect for anyone interested in health and fitness or competition in any sport.

  • 01:00

    Grammy Award Winning Pianist, Michel Camilo

    in Food

    Today Laura Theodore, the Jazzy Vegetarian celebrates July 4th by welcoming Grammy, Latin Grammy and Emmy award winning pianist and composer Michel Camilo to talk about his new CD What's Up? Michel is wrapped in a human being of boundless enthusiasm, musical passion, and love of life. In addition, we’ll chat with Dr. Pam Popper, to talk about the nutritional value and benefits of seasonal stone fruit, which we can find soon in farm markets around the country! Michel Camilo bridges the genres of Jazz, Classical, Popular and World music. He is a pianist with a brilliant technique and a composer who flavors his tunes with the spice of Caribbean rhythms and jazz harmonies. To see him perform live is to witness the energy of a tropical storm being unleashed on 88 keys. Academy Award-winning filmmaker Fernando Trueba, who featured Camilo in his documentary film Calle 54, says: "Michel Camilo is one of the top all-around musicians. Whether it's jazz, classical, Latin American music or film music, Michel is in his element. Every time I see him play, I feel like I'm witnessing a miracle." Dr. Pam Popper is a naturopath, an internationally recognized expert on nutrition and health and she is the Founder and Executive Director of The Wellness Forum. Dr. Popper is the author of several books; including Solving America’s Healthcare Crisis and Food Over Medicine.

  • 01:21

    A Cool Jazz Conversation with Grammy Winner Michel Camilo

    in Music

    Grammy Winner Michel Camilo is a native of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. He studied for 13 years at the National Conservatory, and at the age of 16 became a member of the National Symphony Orchestra of the Dominican Republic (NSODR).As well as being an outstanding performer, Camilo is a talentedcomposer and has written scores for several Spanish language films including Los Peores Años de Nuestra Vida and the award-winning 

  • 01:33

    Blue Sky Highway™ [episode 007 v1] - "Thoughts from Waking Dreams"

    in Music

    Welcome to this episode of the Blue Sky Hiighway, entitled, Thoughts from Waking Dreams, and a program that takes you further along the highway, into a place where dreams may be envisioned not only while asleep, but in your waking hours.


    Featured in this episode are the following selected artists:


    EvenS: Cosmic Dream
    Pino Rastovich: KARADUMAN DREAM
    JeminEye: I AM YOU {Spoken Word}
    James Mix Larsen: Mixhous vs Enigma
    East Elysium: The Beauiful Possession
    POP ETC: Speak Up {Chasing Tao Edit/Remix}
    Synthland: Lost/Found
    Chants: Don't Miss U {fea Ramzi Awn}
    GMAKS vs Lisa Gerrard {COTXETXE MASHUP}
    Michael Ash Sharbaugh: Infrastructure
    Luke Prater: Alice {Spoken Word}
    DollChe Viva: Landing of the Dandelion Seeds on the Lake
    Pinscape: The Moon Woke Me {IG88 Remix}
    Mayven: Lost Girls {Read by Xe Sands}
    Cocteau Twins: Song to the Siren (Here I Am) [Andre Melt Remix]
    Relax Your Heart: Gopala: "...So Smooth"
    kenetik: Departure
    • Bonus track - OTSO: The Beginning of the End


    Please take a moment to 'share' and/or 'repost' this episode, so that artists who have been selected to participate in "Thoughts from Waking Dreams," may have their work heard by others.


    No one with the BSH receives any financial remuneration from this episode.


    For information on artists, links, and/or to contact the BSH, please go to:
    http://thecreativenexus.blogspot.com/2014/05/blue-sky-highway-episode-007-thoughts.html


    Please take a moment to 'comment' and/or 'share.' Thank you!


     


     

  • 00:41

    America's Classical Music Jazz

    in Music

         Today, Sunday, April 27, 2014, joining and sharing his music with us is Michael Bowie a Washington, D.C. native who is internationally known.  He is a bassist, composer, educator, and musical director. While studying music in Washington, D.C., he was a recipient of the National Endowment of the Arts Award in Jazz Studies and trained with Betty Carter and Keter Betts. After completing his studies he signed with Verve Records as an original member of "The Harper Brothers".  In addition, he performed, recorded and toured with Abdulla Ibrahim, Michel Pettruciani, and Betty Carter.   During period that Michael recorded and performed with Betty Carter, she won a Grammy for the CD, Look What I Got.  As musical director, he has worked with many artists worldwide including Patti Labelle, James Ingram, Jeff Majors, Abbey Lincoln, Angie Stone, and Isaac Hayes. He has shared his talents in the recording studio and on the stage with Sarah Vaughn, Joe Williams, Abbey Lincoln, Manhattan Transfer, Kennedy Center Opera House Orchestra, Della Reece, and Michel Camilo and Ricky Skaggs. Recently, he toured with Dee Dee Bridgewater.

  • 01:00

    Carlos Camilo

    in Entertainment

    August 22  - Pianist - Carlos Camilo
    Born in the city of Santa Clara, Cuba on February 14, 1989, Carlos Camilo was, by the age of 13,  playing piano and singing on live tv shows, radio, and performing with live cuban bands.
    Today, Carlos has had the great distinction of performing  around the world with many well known Cuban and International musicians such as Paulo FG, Pancho Cespedes, Amaury Gutierrez, Lucrecia, Farah Maria, and Manolin El Medico De La Salsa to name just a few.

  • 02:04

    Carlos Camilo

    in Entertainment

    August 29  - Pianist/Composer - Carlos Camilo
    Born in the city of Santa Clara, Cuba on February 14, 1989, Carlos Camilo was, by the age of 13,  playing piano and singing on live tv shows, radio, and performing with live cuban bands.
    Today, Carlos has had the great distinction of performing  around the world with many well known Cuban and International musicians such as Paulo FG, Pancho Cespedes, Amaury Gutierrez, Lucrecia, Farah Maria, and Manolin El Medico De La Salsa to name just a few.

  • 00:51

    LOTL The Comfort Zone Presents JAGUAR WRIGHT

    in Entertainment

    Philadelphia-based singer/songwriter Jaguar Wright's name can be added to the list of such Philly-based neo-soul talents as Grammy award-winning rap band The Roots and multi-platinum hitmakers Jill Scott and Musiq Soulchild. Wright earned rave reviews for her background vocal stint at Jay-Z' MTV Unplugged appearance during December 2001. Around February 2002, she began appearing in a national TV ad for Coca Cola. Her energetic stage shows garnered favorable write-ups in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Newsweek, and Rolling Stone. In a kind of homage to the old-school, Wright covers fellow Philly singer Patti LaBelle's hit "Love, Need and Want You" on her debut album, Denials Delusions and Decisions, which was issued by Motive/MCA on January 29, 2002. With production by members of the Roots, James Poyser, Richard Nichols, Scott Storch, Pino Palladino, Larry Gold, and Vikter Duplaix, the album is a provocative brew of gut-wrenching soul and incisive, life-influenced lyrics. The results spins a "fo' real" autobiographical tint (helped along by salty language on the uncensored version of the album), moving some to drawing comparisons to her contemporary Mary J. Blige and R&B/rap-roots mother Millie Jackson as well as Ella Fitzgerald and Nina Simone. Still, on Denials Delusions and Decisions Wright offers an enticing, unique portrait of a young woman trying to find her way through life, through songs that are mesmerizing whether they're biting or beautiful. T

  • 00:15

    "Ideas, Money and Success" with Ms. Pino.

    in Management

    Listen to great interviews to successful business owners from all walks of life. Listen and Learn from their own experiences and challenges. Ms. Pino has great shows coming up.