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Some of the greatest movies have the best soundtracks. It's also true that some not so great films have some of the hottest musical scores. The film industry has found that you can elevate the marketing of a film be adding a stellar musical background sound to complement what's being projected on the screen. We're all advocates of a good musical soundtrack. So we're dedicating this episode to a few of our favorite movie soundtracks. What are some of your favorite movie tunes track that make you keep going back to listen? Join the conversation on "A Reel Point Of View" and let us know!
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No matter where you are in life, no matter your age, sex, religion, race or creed, and no matter your political beliefs there is a song(s) that act as a backdrop to moments in your life. Join Soul Kitten and Taralyn as they embark on a journey guided by music! From various artists and genres, get swept up in the power of music to inspire, incite, calm, convict, titillate, divide, unite, or embody.
As you listen, please reflect... what songs and artists have left an imprint in your mind and connected to some of your memorable moments in your life?
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MARVIN GAYE - Just Like Music
BOOTSY COLLINS - I'd Rather Be With You
CHAKA KHAN - Aint Nobody
EURYTHMICS - Sweet Dreams
MICHAEL JACKSON - Stranger In Moscow
ALINA BARAZ - Make You Feel
PRINCE - Adore
CHOKLATE - Thank U
JANET JACKSON - 70's Love Groove
Producer: LadyJaz The Entertainer
Today on Hammer 96.7, Brian and I will be talking to Kenneth Hampton, about his new movie soundtrack and the music industry.
Kenneth Hampton is a dedicated professional in the film and music industry. His experience includes Music Supervising, Composing for film and television, soundtracks, live stage plays, commercials and video games.
He is the Founder, CEO and composer of C.M.G. (Composers Media Group) LLC, He's also Co-owner of Raise Em Up Records.
If you would like to join us, and ask Kenneth some questions, you can call 646-595-3032. If you would like to be booked on the show, you can fill out the guest form here.
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Take some time this week to remember your original happy hour: Saturday mornings as a kid, waking up at dawn, jumping on the couch with a bowl of chocolate cereal, turning on the ‘toons, tuning out the outside world, and working your way into a sugar hangover before noon. This week we've got Grim, Marke, and Johnny Heck all chatting about the superhero shows over on The CW: Arrow, Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, and even (despite its primetime slot at CBS) Supergirl. Do we like them? Yes, we do. Do we also talk to the composer of all those shows, Emmy nominated Blake Neely, all about the power and importance of original music for a good superhero? You better believe it. Do we take some time to remember the great Alan Rickman and do we all agree that Die Hard is a Christmas movie? You're damn right we do! Also, on the inaugural edition of our new feature "Whatcha watch this week?" we touch on SyFy's new show The Expanse, Castle, Star Wars Rebels, Longmire, and Marvel's Jessica Jones. Will you enjoy it? Do we really have to answer? Buy the new season one Flash and season three of Arrow Soundtracks NOW on Amazon and iTunes. And, follow us @StayClassySDCC and check out our show support page for posts, archives, opinion and more... MattypRadio.com
Herb "James" Browne is a 23 year old entrepreneur from Bristol Connecticut. He is the star to his own television show called Word on the Street on Channel 5 of the Hartford Public Access television station. The mission behind the show is to educate and inspire the viewers to live with passion and work at their full potential. He owns a business where he gives people the opportunity to save money and earn a residual income from their fixed expenses i.e (cell phones, electricity, gas... the list goes on). He is a banker/financial advisor. He helps people maximize their investments and file their taxes.
Browne hosts a dance battle league called TheRawFest. People come from all over to take part in the league. He also owns a business called 3D, where they cover everything audio and visual. It's a music studio with a booth where people can book sessions to record music, get custom beats, shoot music videos, photo shoots, commercials for businesses and we offer soundtracks for video games or movies. They can promote for local businesses as well as television ads on other networks.
Can't forget to mention Browne is a hip hop artist and an aspiring public speaker. Browne believes he has a lot to give back to the world.
Do you remember when a song or theme defined an entire movie? Comedian Greg Reifsteck and his guests Greg Simpson (From The Wayback Machine) and New Wave fanatic Nicole Cosand will help you remember soundtracks that only the 80s could contain. Everything from the opening notes of the John Williams Raiders of the Lost Ark Masterpiece to John Hughes megahit collections like Pretty in Pink and Breakfast Club. We also talk hit filled albums like The Lost Boys, Top Gun and Flashdance, We even get into more obscure titles like Streets of Fire and Electric Dreams. Call in with your Rad Musical Movie Memories.
Tonight, we're gettin' down and taking on The Man!
One of the most consistently entertaining of genres, the blaxploitation film was an ersatz lovechild of the civil rights movement, often helmed and produced by established white directors (Jack Hill, Greydon Clark) but tailored to inner city urban audiences.
Simultaneously "realist" in their gritty, no holds barred depiction of ghetto life and utterly fantastic (crazed kung fu, often unrealistic scenarios), these pictures offered the promise of empowerment and more importantly, pride to a community emerging from the shadows to take a more equal place in American society throughout the late 60's and 70's.
Packed to the gills with soulful, funky soundtracks (often quite essential in and of themselves), no holds barred action, crime and ersatz appropriations from the concurrent kung fu craze, these films feature stylish fashions of the era, sports heroes, martial arts stars, sex and most importantly, tales of the victory of one man...or a united community, against corruption in high places - cops, government, mobsters, you name it. And to quote a much later film, they do it with style...
Join us as we talk flying fists, funky 'fro's and flashy fashion, only here on Weird Scenes Inside the Goldmine!
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Your hosts "Doc" Savage and Louis Paul
Welcome back, everyone. It is our Dancing Monday. We got more soundtrack songs to dance to; most of which are from Disney soundtracks. Don't worry. I have the good ones.
Another Monday, another weekend. I tell you all what has happened, especially with my YouTube channel. A lot is going on and I'm excited. The month is over and I need someone to interview. Who should I choose?
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With 2 decades in the music business under his belt, Philly rock veteran John Faye has truly taken matters into his own hands: his new solo album Meddling Kid (which he is releasing a song at a time until the full record drops later in 2015) is an artistic tour-de-force on which he plays every instrument and sings every note (with the one notable exception of inviting all of his colleagues from his former band IKE to sing gang vocals on his remake of that band's signature hit "Into Philadelphia"). The lead single, "D.N.A.," is a scathing rebuke of skin-deep relationships and snap judgements in the age of Tinder and short attention spans.
John Faye has amassed an impressive musical resume dating back to his major label days fronting 90's alt-rockers The Caulfields (whose single "Devil's Diary" cracked the modern rock top-40, and whose album tracks landed on soundtracks for Disney's "The Babysitter's Club" and "Melrose Place"), to his first solo foray The John Faye Power Trip, which morphed into the aforementioned IKE (who put out 6 full-length records from 2003-2011), and his punk / garage-rock influenced duo John & Brittany, who gained notoriety on the Sirius/XM channel "Little Steven's Underground Garage" and on MTV-u with their video for their song "Paper Planes."
Now, in 2015, Faye is forging a brand new DIY path with his new record and live band, fittingly called John Faye & Those Meddling Kids! With sold out headlining shows in their home town and a coveted slot at Radio 104.5's Summer Block Party with Nate Ruess of Fun, The War On Drugs, MS MR, and Civil Twilight, John Faye is poised to bring out the Meddling Kid in everyone within earshot.
When you contemplate the illustrious career of Harvey Mason, your mind HAS to be blown. Born and raised in Atlantic City, young Harvey absorbed the vibes of the great musicians THERE - and showed so much promise on drums that he was playing with Duke Ellington and Errol Garner in the 60's. Early in his recording career, there he was - up front and center with Blue Note Records. And on Columbia: Please go check out Herbie Hancock and The Headhunters for a refresher course in freshly fused Jazz :)
The associations that this consummate first-call musician has made through five decades is staggering. Because, quite simply, HE is. Nathan East has shared space and stages with The Mase for 25 years or so (Fourplay's "Silver" just dropped) and he firmly suggests that drummers of ANY note studied Harvey Mason in order to find their own style. He was THAT distinctive THAT early in his journey.
We dare you to find another legendary drummer who has been involved with more Gold and Platinum recording sessions than our guest. Awards, accolades, nods from NARAS and "Modern Drummer." Over 150 motion picture soundtracks. A regular fixture at the Oscars each year. And that long relationship with Fourplay cannot be stressed enough. When you're with a successful musical unit for 25 years, that's cause for celebration!
As bandmates Nathan, Chuck Loeb, Bob James, and Harvey prepare for a holiday run at the Blue Note in New York, our friend wanted to take the time - during this Thanksgiving week - to express his gratitude for all that his fans have given him. How beautiful that NEW fans and fellow artists got together for his album last year. And how wonderful that life-long "brothers" are banding together again right before Christmas. How fortunate are we to visit with Harvey again? You already KNOW :)
Awake 2 Oneness Radio with guest musician +Elijah- (aka Elijah Ray) Live on Friday November 13, 2015 at 7:00 PM EST. A prodigious composer, singer, multi-instrumentalist, recording artist and spiritual teacher, Elijah Ray is known for his pioneering heart and transformational music that crosses a wide scope of genres...from funky, danceable tunes and soul-moving ballads, to sound healing and emotionally evocative soundtracks.
From a young age, +Elijah- (aka Elijah Ray) knew it was his destiny to bring more light into this world through music. And so it is that +Elijah- and the Band of Light's music is a balm for the soul, the sound of sunshine, insanely positive and uplifting... What's not to love? The Band of Light sound goes straight for the JOY button and presses it really hard.
The Band of Light is Elijah Ray, and a rotating cast of Band Members from around the world....including YOU! If you are living and breathing, growing and flowing...you're totally in the Band!
His shining presence, gritty soul, and message of love invite the listener into an experience of what it is to be an awakening human. His spiritual messages of authenticity and the power of community have transformed audiences internationally, and many are calling his music the "soundtrack of the awakening."
Both mystical and raw, Elijah’s charisma and musical prowess draws his audience into life’s nectar--spiritual, sexy, sweaty, gritty, and ecstatic. Elijah has single handedly crafted a full band sound on most of his "Band of Light" albums.
To learn more about Elijah and the Band of Light and to hear his transformational music, visit: https://elijahandthebandoflight.bandcamp.com/
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