• 00:16

    RG Ingersoll - A Song in Search of it's Singer - Show 7

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    RG Ingersoll - A Song in Search of it's Singer - Show 7


    Ingersoll discusses how the new recording artists of today are going back to the old ways of analog recording and producing their music on vinyl.  They call the CD an anique, just like our grandparents old 78 RPMs.  However, old recording artist as well as the new ones are using old techniques to record new songs with the sounds of the 1930's equipment.  It's a radical way to make recordings and they are getting major airplay on all media types.

  • 00:16

    RG Ingersoll - A Song in Search of it's Singer - Show 5

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    RG Ingersoll continues the history lesson, as Motown Records was in the process of changing from a record base company to a motion picture production company, the powers that be were fighting among themselves for control at the top.  Gwendolyn Gordy was no exception, as she was the vice president and wrote ALL the checks. The question was why she would finance and produce recordings for Hotrax, Platinum Sound and D-Town Records?  Barney Ales, the "new boy" at the top of Motown Records, systematically began to strip Ms. Gordy of her powers and push the family members out of the controlling seats.

  • 00:16

    RG Ingersoll - A Song In Search of it's Singer - Show 4

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    RG Ingersoll continues the history lesson, as Motown Records was in the process of changing from a record base company to a motion picture production company, the powers that be were fighting among themselves for control at the top.  Gwendolyn Gordy was no exception, as she was the vice president and wrote ALL the checks. The question was why she would finance and produce recordings for Hotrax, Platinum Sound and D-Town Records?  Barney Ales, the "new boy" at the top of Motown Records, systematically began to strip Ms. Gordy of her powers and push the family members out of the controlling seats.

  • 00:16

    RG Ingersoll - A Song in Search of it's Singer - Show 6

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    RG Ingersoll - A Song in Search of it's Singer - Show 6


    Lead singer, Dianne Anderson is missing, and she has several smash hit records on the shelf.  RG Ingersoll continues the history lesson, as Motown Records was in the process of changing from a record base company to a motion picture production company, the powers that be were fighting among themselves for control at the top.  Gwendolyn Gordy was no exception, as she was the vice president and wrote ALL the checks. The question was why she would finance and produce recordings for Hotrax, Platinum Sound and D-Town Records?  Barney Ales, the "new boy" at the top of Motown Records, systematically began to strip Ms. Gordy of her powers and push the family members out of the controlling seats.

  • 00:14

    RG Ingersoll - Hotrax Records -A Song In Search of it's Singer - Show 1

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    RG Ingersoll - Hotrax Records -A Song In Search of it's Singer - Show 1


    A candid radio interview with one of the international recording industry's leading record producers.  Ingersoll has worked with the likes of Lee Rogers, Pat Boone, TG Sheperd, Miracles, Diana Ross, Temptations, Rick James, The Whitehouse Staff Boogie Band, Teena Marie and his super group, RG's All Nite Funk Band.

  • 00:16

    RG Ingersoll - Hotrax Records -A Song In Search of it's Singer - Show 2

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    RG Ingersoll - Hotrax Records -A Song In Search of it's Singer - Show 2


    A candid radio interview with one of the international recording industry's leading record producers.  Ingersoll has worked with the likes of Lee Rogers, Pat Boone, TG Sheperd, Miracles, Diana Ross, Temptations, Rick James, The Whitehouse Staff Boogie Band, Teena Marie and his super group, RG's All Nite Funk Band.


     

  • 00:16

    RG Ingersoll - A Song In Search Of It's Singer - Show 3

    in Music

    RG Ingersoll continues the history lesson, as Motown Records was in the process of changing from a record base company to a motion picture production company, the powers that be were fighting among themselves for control at the top.  Gwendolyn Gordy was no exception, as she was the vice president and wrote ALL the checks. The question was why she would finance and produce recordings for Hotrax, Platinum Sound and D-Town Records?  Barney Ales, the "new boy" at the top of Motown Records, systematically began to strip Ms. Gordy of her powers and push the family members out of the controlling seats.

  • 01:00

    Blackfish Show with Holise Cleveland III

    in Environment

    This great show is back everyone... Holise E Cleveland III comes on to discuss social media activism and social media techniques for online protest... other topics will include Saving the dolphins and whales, saving the world, saving animals from abuse, activism events and important dates, Blackfish, The Cove 

    Please join us live to ask us questions 310-982-4253 and join us live to listen to the show at http://blogtalkradio.com/joeygiggles 

    Please invite youre friends to join us as well...

  • 00:28

    NXT TAKEOVER III POST SHOW THOUGHTS AND TLC PPV PREDICTIONS

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    TONIGHT WE WILL TAKE A LOOK AT WHAT WENT DOWN AT NXT TAKEOVER III AND ALSO GIVE U EARLY TLC PPV THOUGHTS IN MORE WAYS THEN ONE AS I GIVE U MY THOUGHTS AND MY PREDICTIONS HOPE U ALL ARE UP AND WANTING TO LISTEN TO THIS IT SHOULD BE A DAMN GOOD SHOW

  • 00:01

    Senator Adlai E. Stevenson III

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    It’s United Nations Day and who better to discuss that venerable institution than Senator Adlai E. Stevenson III. His father’s great friend, Eleanor Roosevelt, served as a delegate the United Nations General Assembly and chaired the committee that drafted the document known as The Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Moreover, Adlai II was appointed as U.N. Ambassador by then President John F. Kennedy and served in that capacity from 1961 – 1965.


    If you want to learn the making of world history from an insider’s point of view, you won’t want to miss this one!

  • 01:03

    Bert Martinez speaks with Scott Jordan, Larry Benet, Dr. Richard Busch III

    in Business

    Thelton McMillian founder & CEO of Oakland, CA-based Comrade, a design and strategy agency that creates digital products and services like mobile and Web apps to help businesses improve their user experience 


    Scott Jordan founder and CEO of SCOTTeVEST, a revolutionary clothing manufacturer and online retailer that has been hailed by hundreds of major media outlets for delivering America’s first wearable technology


    Larry Benet has formed his career around the principle of helping others. He believes the more you give the more you get. He teaches others how to be a VC - VALUE CREATOR. He is known as the Connector, is considered America's Connection Expert, and according to Google is the most connected person on the planet. Google pioneered Pay Per Click Advertising, and Larry pioneered the Pay Per Compliment business model. One of his goals is to raise 1 billion dollars for worthy causes through his connections, his outside the box ideas, and his own money.


    Dr. Richard Busch III chiropractor, author and speaker who specializes in treating patients with conditions like herniated and degenerative disc, spinal stenosis, and chronic pain. He has helped thousands of patients utilizing the DRS protocol which he developed to specifically treat patients from a non surgical standpoint. He has written the book Surgery not Included: Freedom from chronic neck and back pain and has trained both medical doctors and chiropractors in the non surgical treatment of herniated and degenerative discs


     

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