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Every ten minutes another name is added to the national organ transplant waiting list. More than 120,000 men, women and children currently need lifesaving organ transplants. The United Network for Organ Sharing also reports that an average of 18 people die each day from a lack of available organs for transplant. Jessica Pearlman and Anthony Pugliese know what it’s like to be on that waiting list. They also know what it’s like to finally receive an organ that allows them to live another day. Emily Wiebke, Kathy Keller and Eileen Pearlman will share with us what it’s like to be the mother of a heart transplant recipient. With 90% of Americans saying they support donation but only 30% taking the essential steps to become a donor, this Episode focuses on answering questions about who needs organ donation, why it’s so important to donate organs and the difference organ donation can make in the lives of families.
“Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn
Friday Night Wurlitzer Pipe Organ experiments
Jo Stafford Wunderbar by Cole Porter
Kiss Me Kate Medley (Wunderbar) Cole Porter
Eleanor Rigby Lennon and McCartney
Ghost Riders in the Sky
The Old Piano Roll Blues
Friends Elton John
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Kiss Me Kate Medley (Wunderbar) Cole Porter
From the CD “Shuffle off to Buffalo” BY Chris Elliot
Shea’s Buffalo Wurlitzer Pipe organ
Eleanor Rigby Lennon and McCartney
From the Berkeley CD
Walter Strony performed at the Berkley Community Theater
Ghost Riders in the Sky Side 2
The Old Piano Roll Blues Side 1
From the “Remembering the sound of the San Sylmar “Album
Lyn Larsen at the Wurlitzer Organ
Tony Fenelon at the Piano
Friends Elton John
From the Contemporary Wurlitzer Album
Performed by Greg Rister on the Wurlitzer Pipe organ at the San Gabriel Civic Auditorium
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Re-Evolution Radio presents "The Black Caucus" with head host Brother Morpheus. Tonight on "The Black Caucus" Brother Morpheus and his panel discuss, the sickenss that is the organ trade, and its predatory methods aimed, specifically at impoverished, nations and peoples. Tune in for this riveting discussion. Join us 347-855-8862.
One of the leading political operatives within the cannabis movement here in California, Sean Donahoe is co-founder of the California Cannabis Industry Association. Sean lives in Oakland but is regularly in the Capitol or traveling around the state, speaking with activists and elected officials while organizing this industry with an activist mindset.
In addition to his work with CCIA, he helped write the United Food and Commercial Workers national organizing plan for the cannabis industry, served on the executive board of the Coalition for Cannabis Policy Reform, created several political action committees, and advised several local ballot measure committees last year. Sean's work at the grassroots and grasstops for the cannabis industry has given him insider insights into the many political challenges facing the marijuana law reform movement. Listen in as he shares these insights along with what he sees coming up in the months and years ahead.
Yami Bolanos, cancer survivor, medical cannabis patient and director of the Greater Los Angeles Collective Alliance is one of the chief lobbyists behind a bill introduced by Assemblyman Marc Levine (D-San Rafael) that will protect medical marijuana patients from being denied organ transplants because of their use of marijuana medicinally.
Bolanos, who also suffers from liver cirrhosis, underwent a successful transplant 19 years ago and was told after her first transplant that she may eventually need another one in order to survive.
In addition to telling her story, Ms. Balonos will explain how the bill came into being and how it will protect medical marijuana patients from being denied life-saving organ transplants.
Tonight On Crush Radio:
Blood Ties- We are told that we are different. We look different. Scientific racism has told us that we are more different than we are alike. All of that is a lie. We are 99.99% the same once we let go of these childish notions. Join us in uncovering the many similarities that bind us to each other. Remeber, we are the Human Family and not separate Races.
Bone Health- How to optimize bone health in our youth and especially in our elder years. What foods promote bone health?
Organ Systems- The many organ systems that make up the human body. Our bodies are the same and we will explore the importance of this and organ health. How to promote healthy living in our bodies at the cellular level.
Terrence McKenna- Culture is Your Operating System
Book Review: The Slaves Shall Serve written by James Wasserman
Join us today for another installment of The Playlist. We have an exclusive interview with Muran of Hearts & Hands Radio to discuss all the things they have going on both radio wise as well as the various things they do to raise awareness to the need for organ donors. We will also discuss Jay Z and Tidal as well the another unfortunate and tragic death of an up and coming hiphop artist on the cusp of stardom. Oh Yeah and we have some dope music in the midst of all that! Its the Playlist Ya'll!!!
Paulette is a singer, songwriter, 2 time award winning Christian/Gospel Recording Artist, psalmist , vocal trainer , and music trainer. She has been singing since age 3, composing,and playing organ fluently since age 15. To date she has cataloged over 1200 songs to which she adds to monthly.
Co-Host - Author, Tina Walker
Her Books are Available on Amazon
Dr. Mario Ramos his book is available on Amazon
Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn
Victor Records: Ramona
Gene Austin – Ramona
Girl of My Dreams
Joseph C. Smith Ramona
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Gene Austin – Ramona / Girl of My Dreams
Victor Talking Machine Co. 21334 Recorded 4/2/1928 (Camden, New Jersey. Church Bldg.).
Released: Jun 1928
Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM
Composed By Mabel Wayne Lyrics by L. Wolfe Gilbert
B: Girl of My Dreams
Written By Sunny Clapp
Pressed By Victor Pressing Plant, Oakland
Conductor Nathaniel Shilkret
Organ Nathaniel Shilkret (tracks: B), Viola Klaiss (tracks: A)
Tenor Vocals – Gene Austin
Whistling Robert MacGimsey (tracks: B)
The Poetry Concert ….
Monday MAY 25 TH 2015
Will Feature The Professor of the Hammond B3 Organ
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Nano BioSensors: Nasal, Organ and Biological Systems Monitoring
In the 1966 film Fantastic Voyage, a group of scientists board a submarine and are shrunk down to a microscopic size in order to enter the bloodstream of a diplomat and save their life from a bloodclot. While this remains an idea of science fiction, we are forever moving closer to a time when fantastic ideas such as these come to fruition - though not in a way we expected.
This week on One Cell One Light Radio, Dr. Hildy will discuss the concept of using nanotechnology as bio-sensors, and the benefits and dangers of their use.
Imagine your body as a highly complex machine - the most complex ever created. Through natural processes, this machine runs itself. When your body temperature drops, you feel cold. If you lack iron, you may crave red meat or another source from which you are used to getting it. But these processes are automatic and uncontrollable. You can’t tell if you’re getting enough iron until you’re not.
Now imagine if you had a method of constantly monitoring your body’s processes - like the real-time fuel consumption in your vehicle. Using a fairly simple equation, your car knows the rate of fuel it’s burning and approximately when it will run out of gas. What if you knew that you that you were lacking iron before your body even did? This is just one possibility of the use of nano bio-sensors. MORE>> https://onecellonelightradio.wordpress.com/2015/02/25/dr-hildy-nano-biosensors/
Shonda English has been noted as being a breath of fresh air to the gospel music industry. Not only is she gifted with phenomenal vocal capabilities; she is also a prolific songwriter, gifted musician, meticulous director, and a superbly skilled producer. She composes all original material and arranges the music and does most of her background vocals herself. Her lyrics are prolific to say the least. Having spent years on a Hammond B3 organ in her father's church in Sumter, SC, Shonda's dynamic gifts and talents enable her to compose both, traditional music for the conservative church community and an upbeat, urban-style gospel for the youth. Her life is a song and her music a blessing! Moreover, she tastefully exudes a God-given presence which magnificently captivates her audiences.
1) TRUTH vs. FICTION; IRON CURTIAN = DIS-IN-FORMATION + MIS-IN-FORMATION + NO-IN-FORMATION
We, the undersigned, are gathered here today for a historic initiative to inspire spiritual and practical action by all global faiths and people of good will everywhere to eradicate modern slavery across the world by 2020 and for all time.I n the eyes of God*, each human being is a free person, whether girl, boy, woman or man, and is destined to exist for the good of all in equality and fraternity. Modern slavery, in terms of human trafficking, forced labour and prostitution, organ trafficking, and any relationship that fails to respect the fundamental conviction that all people are equal and have the same freedom and dignity, is a crime against humanity. We pledge ourselves here today to do all in our power, within our faith communities and beyond, to work together for the freedom of all those who are enslaved and trafficked so that their future may be restored. Today we have the opportunity, awareness, wisdom, innovation and technology to achieve this human and moral imperative.
The Vatican announced Wednesday that it would soon sign a treaty that includes recognition of the “state of
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