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  • 00:12

    Songs of Strength

    in Spirituality

    Tonight we will meditate on various popular songs of strength. Songs of resilience and love for life. If whenever you are feeling discouraged (as I do) you reached for your favorite song, I am sure you could and would feel better all around. I know that when I do, that I feel 100's times better. Whether it's the words or the act of breathing deeply, I am not sure, but that act of thinking/singing your way out of the pain works everytime.


    Join me tonight for some of your favorites as a  meditation for faith that you can get through it all with strength. The strength of song.

  • 00:21

    Leisa's Songs of Meditations

    in Music

    Leisa's Meditations in song will allow you to relax. You will feel soothed and relaxed in a way that will refresh the outlook on your day. Simply sit back and allow your mind to take you to tranquil places that offer a refuge from your busy and hectic day. Leisa's music will be available April 24th, 2016 on her Breathe album that will be available in select locations as well as ITunes. Go to http://www.facebook.com/leisamusic to like her FB page and to keep informed of all her music.

  • 00:31

    LIVE! with Cathi...The Songs of Christmas

    in Fitness

    THE SONGS OF CHRISTMAS...


    Everyone loves singing along to famous Christmas Songs or remembering HAPPY HOLIDAYS that bring back wonderful memories of CHRISTMASTIME in the past and now today you can create festive fun and excitement for future holidays to come.


    'BACKWARD TURN BACKWARD OH, TIME IN YOUR FLIGHT, MAKE ME A CHILD AGAIN JUST FOR TONIGHT!'


    What is/ was your favorite CHRISTMAS SONG?


    White Chritmas, Jingle Bells, Little Drummer Boy, Oh, come all ye faithful, Do you hear what I hear, Feliz Navidad,


    STAY TUNED...


    Nostalgia of CHRISTMAS SONGS...etc.


    Songs for the festive season...etc.


    Rudolf the red nose reindeer...etc.


    Hark! the Herald Angels sing...etc.


    O come all ye faithful...etc.

  • 00:43

    Love Inspired Songs, Poems, and Spiritual Prayers

    in Christianity

    Valentine's Day is in three days and I want to share all the love I can with you! So, tonight I will love on you with songs, hymsn, spiritual songs and words that will encourage, uplift and remind you that you are loved with the powerful, uninhibited, sacrificial love of God! His love is overwhelming and is waiting to be poured into you on tonight! Tune in! Call in! Receive the love! Share the love on tonight! I will sing a little, recite a little, pray a little and allow the love of Jesus to overtake the airwaves and reach you in your car or home! Join us at 6:30! Talk with you then! 

  • 00:25

    Sunday Night Novelty songs

    in Podcasting

     


    Playing Forgotten Music of the old 78 records      S3productions


    Sunday Night Novelty songs


    Yogi Yorgesson ‎– The Bees & the Birds


    Real Gone Galoot


    Cookies, Pie and Cake


    Vot shall we do


    Spike Jones & City Slickers   I'll never work there anymore


    I went to your wedding


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     All credit due to the artist, musicians and Record Companies. No profit or income derived from this podcast. Have a historic 78 RPM and story you want to share with my listeners?  Contact me at: www.facebook.com/s3productions2 or curthahn74@yahoo.com


    Yogi Yorgesson ‎– The Bees & the Birds / Real Gone Galoot


    Label: Capitol Records ‎– 78-184   released 1949 -1950


    Country: Canada


    Genre: Pop


    Style: Novelty


    A: The Bees & the Birds


    5301


    B: Real Gone Galoot


    5093


    Featuring [With] – Johnny Duffy & the Scandahoovians


    Written By – Harry Stewart


    Capitol purple label 1410 released 1950-1951


    A: Cookies, Pie and Cake


    B: Vot shall we do


    RCA Victor 20-5107


    Spike Jones & City Slickers   I'll never work there anymore / I went to your wedding


    A1: I went to your wedding


    I Went To Your Wedding


    Vocals [Refrain] – Sir Frederick Gas


    Written By – Jessie Mae Robinson


    E2VB6980 JESSIE MAE ROBINSON


    B1 I’ll never work there any more


    E2VB5279 LINDLEY JONES-SID ROBIN-AL LEV


    'll Never Work There Anymore


    Vocals [Refrain] – Dick Morgan, George Rock, The Mello Men, Ole Svenson Written By – Al Levy  Written By – Sid Robin, Lindley A. Jones

  • 00:46

    Film Love Songs, Snow White and Book Giveaway

    in Movies

    Movie Addict Headquarters presents a pre-Valentine’s Day show featuring film love songs and a book giveaway drawing. Plus, popular film critic A.J. Hakari, The Mad Movie Man, will be dropping by to talk about the new Blu-Ray release of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. Among singers performing love songs from various movies are: Linda Ronstadt, Lucie Arnaz, Tony Babino, Mickey Rooney, Debbie Reynolds, Judy Garland, Bryan Ferry and Rita Graham.


    The Kindle E-book to be given away is It Had To Be Us, an award-winning romantic memoir now in the early stages of film adaptation. Full Disclosure: This book was written by Harry & Elizabeth Lawrence, the pen names of host Betty Jo Tucker and her husband Larry. According to Nancy Lombardo, host of Comedy Concepts on BlogTalkRadio, It Had To Be Us makes a great gift for Valentine’s Day!

  • 00:18

    Songs That Make Our Bells Jingle

    in Entertainment

    Everyone loves and hates the music of the glorious winter season. Around January it gets to be too much but around December 1st no one can get enough of these holiday tunes! Here is a list of 10 of the top christmas songs as chosen by College Girl Weekly.


     


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    Featured Song:


    Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree by Brenda Lee

  • 00:46

    Episode 113 - Christmas Songs and Music and Sports

    in Entertainment

    On this weeks show we will be discussing our favorite Christmas songs. Jingle Bells, White Christmas, or Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer? What is yours? Did you hear who will be performing at the Super Bowl? Good or Bad? A great Rocker of the 90s passed away. Sports News as well. Call in and talk to us at 646-929-0936.


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  • 00:36

    Songs in the Night (Part 1)

    in Christianity

    TEXT: Psalm 77:1-6

    When we hear the phrase "songs in the night" our minds are filled with two thought patterns that are at odds with each other. When we think of a song, we think of joy, happiness, laughter, and good times. However, when we think of night, we think of darkness, sadness, grief, despair, and gloom. Only in God's Word do we find something so paradoxical as songs in the night. There is another passage in Scripture that uses the phrase "songs in the night." In Job 35:10, Elihu says, "Where is God my Maker, who giveth songs in the night?" Listen to how Spurgeon expounds on this seemingly contradictory phrase, "songs in the night."

    He said, "Night is one of the greatest blessings men enjoy; we have many reasons to thank God for it. Yet night is to many a gloomy season. There is 'the pestilence that walketh in darkness;' there is 'the terror by night;' there is the dread of robbers and of disease, with all those fears that the timid know, when they have no light wherewith they can discern objects. Night is the season of terror and alarm to most men. Yet even night hath its songs. Have you never stood by the seaside at night, and heard the pebbles sing, and the waves chant God's glories? Or have you never risen from your bed, and thrown open the window, and listened there? Listened to what? Silence—save now and then a murmuring sound, which seems sweet music then. And have you not fancied that you heard the harp of God playing in heaven? Did you not conceive, that the distant stars looking down on you, were also mouths of song—that every star was singing God's glory." 

     

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  • 00:35

    Songs in the Night (Part 2)

    in Christianity

    TEXT: Psalm 77:1-6

    When we hear the phrase "songs in the night" our minds are filled with two thought patterns that are at odds with each other. When we think of a song, we think of joy, happiness, laughter, and good times. However, when we think of night, we think of darkness, sadness, grief, despair, and gloom. Only in God's Word do we find something so paradoxical as songs in the night. There is another passage in Scripture that uses the phrase "songs in the night." In Job 35:10, Elihu says, "Where is God my Maker, who giveth songs in the night?" Listen to how Spurgeon expounds on this seemingly contradictory phrase, "songs in the night."

    He said, "Night is one of the greatest blessings men enjoy; we have many reasons to thank God for it. Yet night is to many a gloomy season. There is 'the pestilence that walketh in darkness;' there is 'the terror by night;' there is the dread of robbers and of disease, with all those fears that the timid know, when they have no light wherewith they can discern objects. Night is the season of terror and alarm to most men. Yet even night hath its songs. Have you never stood by the seaside at night, and heard the pebbles sing, and the waves chant God's glories? Or have you never risen from your bed, and thrown open the window, and listened there? Listened to what? Silence—save now and then a murmuring sound, which seems sweet music then. And have you not fancied that you heard the harp of God playing in heaven? Did you not conceive, that the distant stars looking down on you, were also mouths of song—that every star was singing God's glory."