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  • 00:27

    Loving Yourself Free on Creative Expression

    in Self Help

    Tonight I want to share my experience today of loving yourself free through musical expression. I got the honor of witnessing a beautiful musical performance Anna's Way part II with Bass player Barry Green and an extarordinary group of musicians in a friend's home. It was an eperience that held many lessons of loving myself free. It was followed by a discussion with the friend who invited me about the human condition and our spiritual evolution of state through loving ourselves so completely that we experience a wholeness in our epressing ourselves as Souls as divine beings having a human experience. Please join me. I would wish that I will be able to impart even the smallest experience of the beauty of today's lessons.

  • 01:16

    Episode 2598 - New Age Religion - Gene Moody

    in Spirituality

    Episode 2598 - New Age Religion - Gene Moody  
    Apostle Gene Moody  www.deliverancemnaual.com
    Recorded  6-19-2015 on Omega Man Radio  omegamanradio.com

  • 01:54

    Episode 2431 - Gene Moody

    in Christianity

    Episode 2431 - Gene Moody

  • 00:53

    Gene Moody

    in Spirituality

    Gene Moody


    DEMONI HEIHARCHY

  • 00:55

    Episode 2605 - Gene Moody

    in Spirituality

    Episode 2605 - Gene Moody

  • 01:12

    A Conversation with Gene Chandler

    in Lifestyle

    From 1962 to 1970 Gene Chandler put nineteen songs in the top forty, but he will always be known all over the world as the Duke of Earl, his first hit that topped the pop and R&B charts in 1962 and launched his career.   In 1957 Gene became a member of the Du-Kays, a rhythm and blues group with a strong rock and roll sound. After a stint in the Army and singing solo in the Army he returned to Chicago in 1960 and rejoined the Du-Kays. Their first professional recording session was late in 1960, at which time they recorded "The Girl is Evil ".


    They recorded " Nite Owl " and " Duke of Earl " in 1961. "Nite Owl" was recorded first and out for distribution when they recorded the Duke, but the creation of the Duke of Earl was a bit more unusual.     The Du-Kays would warm up by singing do-do-do-do- in various tones and pitches. Gene started singing duke--duke--duke and from there added fellow member "Earl" Edward’s first name to complete the phrase. He then began composing the lyrics on the spot.


    Calvin Carter, A&R man with VeeJay Records absolutely loved the tune and especially liked Gene’s singing style. Carter was more interested in Gene alone than in the whole group sound and felt Gene could top the charts easier as a solo artist.  In January of 1962 Eugene Dixon became Gene Chandler, taking his last name from actor Jeff Chandler because he thought it had a romantic ring. Under Gene Chandler he released solo records while still under contract with the Du-Kays as Gene Dixon. The " Duke of Earl " was finally released and it sold a million copies in little over one month.   A great conversation about the life of a tremendous hit making artist.

  • 00:30

    Tony pastor , Paul Whiteman Gene Krupa

    in Music

    Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn


    Tony pastor , Paul Whiteman,  Gene Krupa


    Tony pastor & his orch.  Five salted peanuts


    Bell bottom trousers


    Paul Whiteman & his Orch.  Say it with Music


    Lady of the Evening


    Gene Krupa Leave Us Leap


    Dark Eyes


     


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    No profit or income derived from this podcast.


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    Paul Whiteman & his Orch.  Say it with Music


    Decca 65781 recorded in New York City 6/13/39


    2690A written by Irving Berlin


    2690B 65782 lady of the Evening


    Both Vocals by Clarke Dennis


     


    Tony pastor & his orch.  B: five salted peanuts


    Victor Records 20-1661 D5VB-180 4/4/45


    20-1661 A: BELL BOTTOM TROUSERS


    D5VB0179 4/4/45


    Vocal by Ruth McCullough


     


    Gene Krupa Jazz Trio, Gene Krupa and His Orchestra ‎– Leave Us Leap / Dark Eyes


    Red Label: Columbia ‎– 36802


    Genre: Jazz


    Style: Swing


    A: Leave Us Leap


    Written-By – Finckel


    B: Dark Eyes


    Tenor Saxophone [Tenor Sax] – Charlie Venturo


    Leave Us Leap is attributed to Gene Krupa and His Orchestra, while Dark Eyes is attributed to the Gene Krupa Jazz Trio. 

  • 00:57

    ABOVE GROUND..WITH GENE JELKS

    in Entertainment

    the story and interview with former university of alabama palyer gene jelks as he shares his story about his new inspirational new book about his fame to shame and now the glory to god story on the blessings bestowed on him .and what he has planned for the future for his kids camps and more. join us call and ask questions 718-766-4118

  • 00:24

    Cowboy Night with Gene Autry, Martin & Roberts, Mac & Bob

    in Country Music

    Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn


    Cowboy  Night  with Gene Autry, Martin & Roberts, Mac & Bob


    Gene Autry Back in the saddle


    Gene Autry ‎Good Old Fashioned Hoedown  


    Martin & Roberts THE DYING COWBOY


    Martin & Roberts Bury Me 'neath the Weeping Willow 


    Lester McFarland & Robert A. Gardner 


    Lay My Head beneath the Rose


    Gene Autry ‎ Silver Spurs


     All credit due to the artist, musicians and Record Companies  


    No profit or income derived from this podcast.


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    Gene Autry  Good Old Fashioned Hoedown / Silver Spurs


    Red Label Columbia ‎– 36904


    Released: 1946


    A:  Good Old Fashioned Hoedown


    Written by Autry, Penny


    B: Silver Spurs (On the Golden Stairs)


    Written by Autry & C. Walker


    MARTIN & ROBERTS


    Conqueror Records was a United States-based record label, active from 1928 through 1942.


    Bury Me 'neath The Weeping Willow - CONQUEROR (1928 - 1941) - 8011 - 1932-03-25; matrix: 11574=2; xref: OR8145; ~3 mi


    THE DYING COWBOY


    11576=2, OR8145,   3/25/1932


    Lester McFarland & Robert A. Gardner ‎– Lay My Head beneath the Rose


    Mac and Bob


    Vocalion ‎– 5199


     Manufactured By the Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company

  • 02:02

    The Power Line, Open Forum for Expression

    in Self Help

    The MOST HIGH IS in All that IS Great!

  • 00:37

    Bradcast Sports Episode 146 with Gene Principe

    in Sports

    Tonight we are joined by our good friend from Rogers Sportsnet, Gene Principe! We will go over the 2015 NHL Entry draft and see just how well the Edmonton Oilers made out.