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Today's show highlights new books, live music and upcoming shows in Second Life and Concert Window. First up is a new book, Regulating Desire: From the Virtuous Maiden to the Purity Princess. by J. Shoshanna Ehrlich.
She is a professor in the Women's and Gender Studies Department at the University of Massachusetts Boston. Regulating Desire explores the legal regulation of young women's sexuality in the United States. The book covers five distinct time periods in which changing social conditions generated considerable public anxiety about youthful female sexuality and examines how successive generations of reformers sought to revise the law in an effort to manage unruly desires and restore a gendered social order. J. Shoshanna Ehrlich draws upon a rich array of primary source materials, including reform periodicals, court cases, legislative hearing records, and abstinence curricula to create an interdisciplinary narrative of socially embedded legal change. Capturing the complex and dynamic nature of the relationship between the state and the sexualized youthful female body, she highlights how the law both embodies and shapes gendered understandings of normative desire as mediated by considerations of race and class.
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More than even in the digital age there is a ton of new music out there. Over saturation is a term often used these days. So if you're an indie artist of today...One of the most important key to this journey is going to be getting your music heard! Not how great your track is or who produced it...cause what's the point of producing good music if no one ever gets to hear it...
Getting people to listen to your music and songs seems quite impossible in the beginning of your career...So that's why we're going to talk a
Phil Coale of Tampa, Florida, heads up the Phil Coale Band, a modern mix of rock n roll, blues, soul and old time country with Mike Merritt on bass and Brian Jones on drums.
On August 13th performers, including Phil Coale Band, Kimberly Fulton, Devin C Wynn, Hometown Hero, and others participated in the spoken word and musical artists’ competition as they competed in I Want to Be Heard Showcase.
Phil Coale emerged as the victor. Subsequently, and as one of his prizes, he earned tonight’s interview.
Visit Phil at www.Facebook.com/PhilCoaleMusic.
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Artists to compete August 13th to receive a Samsung tablet, a radio interview and listening session, and feature as special guest performer at 3 new Tampa venues!
* Ci Ci Keenan, poet & organizer of I Want to Be Heard, is seeing her dream come true: an opportunity for the best of the best of Tampa’s artists and poets having a platform to express their creativity. Ci Ci will shed some light on how it goes down tomorrow and introduce some of the competitors.
* 813 DaCity - loved music & rhyme from young, traded Dr. Seuss books in grade school, always listened to his father's Hip Hop, R&B CDs. At 14 he lost his father, began using his passion. His love for music & rhyme became more influential in expressing himself. Today, DC has evolved into a full-bodied musical lyricist, using music to give others a view of life through his eyes.
* Rae Mercurie is a self-proclaimed singer, songwriter, poet, & performer. In pursuit of her dreams, she hopes to spread her music & literature far & wide, spreading a message of Love, Inner Peace, & Consciousness. Collaborating with Graphic Designer & Multimedia Artist/Director Billy J. Santiago of BJS Media, Rae's latest EP single entitled The End to be released on Aug 12th, 2015.
* Phil Coale is a blues guitarist & singer/songwriter out of Tampa, Florida. He has his own band which released their first ep this year and is currently playing regular shows in the Tampa Bay Area. His music, guitar-driven, mixes old blues with a modern sound. He's currently in the studio recording a full length album.
Why is it people always want to tell you what to do and how to do it, when they're not even doing it themselves. It seems like people who don't have their own shit together always wanna give you advice on what you should or shouldn't be doing. Well tonight topic at hand is....How can you take someone's advice, when they're not even taking their own advice? ...and they wonder why theyre not making any progress by doing the same old things. Tune in and chop it up with me rite here on the creation station that plays the hits ya never heard!!!
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Forever millions and even billions will miss whom many came to know as the King of Pop. For the fans who knew him and his brothers that made up The Jackson 5, he was more than that. Earlier songs included "Going Back To Indiana," "Dancing Machine," "All I Do," and "Forever Came Today." During his solo career, some of Michael Jackson's hits includded "Ben," "I Wanna Be Where You Are," and "Jam."
As the world celebrates, many a commercial radio station, podcast, live stream, etc. will be muscially celebrating his birthday. For some, it's competition to see who can get the most listeners that day. For Ms. Computer Lady, though she knows that's the realm, it's much more. During your lunchtime, your late breakfast, early dinner, or late snack around the world, let's see if Ms. Computer Lady can bring back some memories.
Here are soem qeustions. Where were you when you first heard this song? Were you there in person when this song was performed? When you heard the song on the radio, what was the name of it? Well, which songs are Ms. Computer Lady talking about that we knowingly hadn't heard in a long time? You'll have to stop by the show to find out.
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