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Hi listeners and welcome to another edition of Weekdays with Murph. I'm more excited for today's show than I probably have ever been, because we've got somebody on the show today that me and Em both consider a very dear friend. We're talking about the lovely, talented, incredibly sweet Miss Karianne Jean. We'll, as usual, talk with Karianne about her new music, and just generally try not to make complete fools of ourselves, which we'll probably end up doing anyway. It's always so much fun having Karianne on the show, and having met her in person, I can honestly say there's never a dull moment. Anyway, let the madness commence!
Mu kiganiro cy' Isesengura nkora rimwe mucyumweru, uyu munsi turarebera hamwe ibya manda ya 2017 FPR imaze kwemeza ndetse na Manda za Espagne zo gufata bamwe mubasirikare bakuru b' u Rwanda. Ambassaderi w' Ubwongereza mu Rwanda yari mu nteko. Luoise Mushikiwabo mu bwongereza gucinya inkoro. Abifuza gutanga ibitekerezo byabo bahamagara
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Host: Jean Paul
Tune in to the Monday, June 15, Literary New England Radio Show for an hour of lively conversations with three diverse authors about three unforgettable books! Hosted by Cindy Wolfe Boynton, the episode features:
Sy Montgomery on The Soul of an Octopus: A Surprising Exploration into the Wonder of Consciousness. This touching, entertaining and profound memoir explores the emotional and physical world of the octopus, and the remarkable connections it's able to make with humans.
Jean Zimmerman on Savage Girl. Recently released in paperback, it's the story of a wealthy and outlandish Manhattan couple who adopt a girl purportedly raised by wolves with the goal of civilizing and introducing her into the high society of the Gilded Age.
Charles Dubow on Girl in the Moonlight. A scorching tale on countless summer recommended reading lists about one man’s all-consuming desire for a beautiful, bewitching and beguiling woman.
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Nyuma y' icyumweru general KK afungiwe mu bwongereza, Leta y' URwanda yerekanye isura yayo nyakuri. Abaturage bazanwaga kungufu kwigaragambya batazi n' uwafunzwe uwo ariwe cyngwa igihugu kimufunze. Agaciro Kagame na Leta ye baha abanyarwanda gashingiye kuki!! Turifashisha amwe mumagambo yavuzwe n' abayobozi ku ifatwa rya KK mu bwongereza. Abadepite nabo barigaragambije. Itandukaniro hagati y' umuturage n' imuhagarariye ni irihe?
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Muri kumwe na Jean Paul
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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.
Custer's Luck Radio Show host Jean Barto reads from Chapter XIII of "Tenting on the Plains," where Libbie Custer describes social and military life at Fort Riley, Kansas during the early years of General Custer's assignment at this remote frontier post.
Tonight, I will be talking about the return of Homer Bouvier plus my plans against him if he ever raids T. Rucker again.
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