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  • 01:01

    Friday FARcast: Rant Friday, From James Bond To Net Neutrality

    in Paranormal

    On today's show I'll be flying solo wiyh a sixty-minute sprint that will cover everything from James Bond, the weather, to net neutrality.  So if you are in part of the country where you're snowed in, housee bound and iced up, please join us as I turn up the heat on this cryogenically suspensded world.

  • 00:30

    Is a Bond Better Than a Title??

    in Entertainment

    Would you rather have a bond with a person or bond and title???

  • 02:05

    Julian Bond: Up Close and Personal With Famed Civil Rights Leader

    in Politics Progressive

    Horace Julian Bond (born January 14, 1940), known as Julian Bond, is an American social activist and leader in the Civil Rights Movement, politician, professor, and writer. While a student at Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia, during the early 1960s, he helped to establish the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC). Bond was elected to four terms in the Georgia House of Representatives and later to six terms in the Georgia Senate, having served a combined twenty years in both legislative chambers. From 1998 to 2010, he was chairman of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and the first president of theSouthern Poverty Law Center.

  • 00:28

    Sisterhood: Deepest Bond between friends

    in Women

     


    The ultimate definition of sisterhood to me is a close circle of friends who share a special kind of connection, jude free zone, like no other. Do have women in your life you can truly say share a sister-like bond? It is safe to say now in today's age with social media playing a huge part in our lives, texting or chating over varies social media outlets are often times the most we get out of people we consider friends. However, we are now celebrating true friendship: Sisterhood.


     


     


     


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    Website- Encouragingdynamicwomen.blogstop.com


    Check out my clothing site which is a link on my home page called Kingdom Chicks

  • 00:23

    Thursday night with Harry James

    in Podcasting

    “Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn


    Thursday night with Harry James 


    Harry James & His Orchestra ‎– The Mole


     But Not For Me


     All or Nothing at all


    Flash


     Flight of the Bumble Bee


    The Carnival of Venice


    For information on the background of the songs, Requests or contacting Curt Hahn, write to www.Facebook.com/s3productions1 or Forgotten Music on 78 records or oscssw@juno.com


    ALL credit is due to the Artists, Companies, locations and everyone else.


    All on Shellac 10” 78 RPM


    The Mole / But Not For Me


    Label: Columbia ‎– 36599 1942


    A: The Mole


    Written by James, Holmes, Arr. Holmes


    B: But Not For Me


    Vocal Helen Forrest


    Written by Gershwin Brothers


    From the movie “Girl Crazy”


    Girl Crazy is a 1943 musical film produced by Metro Goldwyn Mayer. Based on the name, Girl Crazy stars Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland in their ninth of ten pairings, Music and lyrics by George and Ira Gershwin.


    All or Nothing at all   Flash


    Columbia 35587   1940


    A: All or Nothing


    With Frank Sinatra


    Written By Altman & Lawrence


    B: Flash


    Written by Harry James


    Flight of the Bumble Bee / the Carnival of Venice


    Label: Columbia ‎– 36004 1941


    A: The Flight of the Bumble Bee


    Arranged By – James Composed By – Rimsky-Korsakov Featuring, Trumpet – Harry James


    B: The Carnival of Venice


    Arranged By Harry James Composed By Arban

  • 02:57

    Markus James, Blues411 Report, Blue Lunch & Mike Osborn Sit On The Couch

    in Music

    SHOW # 264 - Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With "Musicians You Should Know"


    Markus James released his latest album back in October.  The album is entitled Head For The Hills and was recorded in the delta in Mississippi. He is backed up by some Hill Country royalty.  He music is the result of his love for the Hill Country of Mississippi and the sounds of West African Music and even toured in Mali, West Africa to continue his studies.  Markus and I will explore this unique journey and listen to tunes from Head For The Hills.


    Blues411 Report for April with friend Chefjimi Patricola will look back on the last month and look ahead to what is coming up with the music in the next month.  


    Blue Lunch hails from Cleveland and had a hit with their debut, Blue Lunch Special.  They are back with Above The Fold, which dropped in November and there was no sophomore jinx with this one.  The album has been getting a ton of airplay.    Combining all types of blues, from Chicago, to Jump to New Orleans R&B and everything in between the band's music is infectious.  I will speak with Guitarist Bob Frank about the new album and where the band is headed next.


    Also released in November, Mike Osborn's In The Dog House blends blues, rock and country to provide some powerful music.  Osborn's guitar work is stellar throughout and the whole thing was produced and mastered by Grammy award winner Alan Mirikitani who also wrote most of the music.  Mike and I will talk about his musical influences and the album and more when he joins me.

  • 01:15

    Stephanie Bond & the Body Movers in KindleWorlds LIVE on Authors on the Air

    in Books

    Authors on the Air host Pam Stack welcomes the magnificent Stephanie Bond. Stephanie Bond was several years into a corporate computer programming career when an instructor in her night school MBA program remarked that she had a flair for writing and encouraged her to submit one of her projects to academic journals. "But," Stephanie says, "all I could think was 'I wonder if I could write a romance novel?'" Bond grew up on a farm in eastern Kentucky where the entertainment choices were few. Luckily, she had a beloved aunt who shared her passion for reading. "When she visited once a year, she brought boxes and boxes of gothic novels by Victoria Holt and Phyllis Whitney and lush historical romances--I was in heaven! So suddenly thinking about writing in the genre of the books I loved was very exciting." After writing every spare moment for two years, Stephanie sold her first romantic comedy manuscript, IRRESISTIBLE? to Harlequin books. Two years later, she walked away from her corporate career to write commercial fiction full time. To date, she's published over 60 romance and mystery projects with Random House, St. Martin's Press, HarperCollins, and Mira Books, and is most well-known for her BODY MOVERS humorous mystery series.  She is a  featured author in Kindle Worlds.  http://amzn.to/182Otsn.


    This is a copyrighted, trademarked podcast solely owned by the Authors on the Air Global Radio Network LLC. Like us at http://facebook.com/authorsontheair , follow us on Twitter @authorsontheair.  Follow host Pam Stack on Twitter @PamStackHost and http://facebook.com4pamstack.


     


     

  • Blacks & The Cops

    in Politics

    America is a funny land.


    Not funny as in "ha ha," but funny as in strange.


    So strange that even though cops have historically been at odds with Blacks, people try to pretend that there is something else going on in a so-called justice system that sometimes seems like it persecutes just us.


    But anyone who has lived in a poor neighborhood with their eyes and mind open realizes that the "Thin Blue Line," is typically erected between the "haves" and the "have nots," frequently doling out abuse to the "have nots."


    And, the "have nots" don’t always get their day in court when there is abuse, which is why periodically, the people speak in the loudest voice possible—riots.


    Ferguson spoke in that loud voice and now, Baltimore is speaking as well.


    Perhaps no city has the reputation for rioting that Los Angeles has earned. 


    This April 29, marked the 23rd anniversary of the notorious LA Riots.


    And it is business as usual, from Rodney King to Micheal Brown and from Eric Garner to Freddy Gray, countless Black men and women in between, as well as throughout American history. 


    Listen to The Bridge Radio This Sunday at 4pm Pacific as we discuss the future of African Americans. Join Award-Winning Author Darryl James and co-hosts Tracy Powell, Dr. John Hamilton, DJ Gates and our NEW CO-HOST, Askia Muwwakkil? on one of the most intellectually stimulating shows on radio.


    Tune in each Sunday at 8AM Pacific Time for "The Bridge," a smarter radio show.


    Call in and add your view! (347) 857-2846 to listen LIVE and/or comment!

  • Thoughts, Love & Reflections with HOST James Deshay

    in Podcasting

    It will be another hot topic show where HOST James DeShay will tackle the wonderful subjects and the tough subjects. Make sure to join him and chime in on the conversation. He welcomes call in and love to interact with the audience. 

  • 01:30

    Celebrity Interview - James Quinn

    in Entertainment

    Today we welcome to the show another actor who surpasses the bar of brillance. He is James Quinn, and his range in roles is mindblowing. One minute he is a zombie, and in the blink of an eye, sheriff of a small town. He is real and raw, his performances possess true passion for his craft. He is also a comical character both on and off the screen, a quality I always personally admirer in a character actor. Please join us today for some fun and frolic!!

  • 00:50

    Interview with James House

    in Music

    Songwriter and Recording Artist JAMES HOUSE co-wrote Grammy Nominated Country Song of the Year “Ain’t That Lonely Yet” (recorded by Dwight Yoakam) and CMA Nominated Song of the Year “A Broken Wing” (recorded by Martina McBride) along with another smash hit "In A Week Or Two” (recorded by Diamond Rio).


    Other artists to record his songs include Tina Turner, Olivia Newton-John, Rod Stewart, The Mavericks and Sara Evans - to name just several.

    Born & raised in Sacramento, California, James pursued music in L.A. before making the move to Nashville in the late 1980s. Not long after the move, he was signed to MCA Records, where he began a string of chart hits like “Don’t Quit Me Now” and “Hard Times For An Honest Man.” 


    A switch to Epic Nashville produced the critically-acclaimed Days Gone By album and yielded the top 5 hit “This Is Me Missing You,” and top 20 singles “Real Good Way To Wind Up Lonesome” and “Little By Little.”

    His latest album is entitled Songwriters Serenade. It features 10 songs co-written with James by some of the most successful songwriters in country music. One of the most talked about tracks has James singing the duet "Over Getting Over You" with newcomer Natalie Noone (daughter of famed founder/member of the Herman's Hermits, Peter Noone). 

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