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Greatest Movie/ TV Themes
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.
If you are reading this - and you have read other biographical information that your show host has written about hundreds of artists, then this will take you by surprise. I am totally freaked out. LOL!!! Because Nathan East is something else ENTIRELY.
Over three decades of support for household names. A few - let's alphabetize: Barbra Streisand, Eric Clapton, Daft Punk (Grammy Awards here, pay attention!), Herbie Hancock, Phil Collins, Stevie Wonder, Toto, Whitney Houston....still breathing? Oh, I KNOW, y'all! This is what I'm SAYING - this man is a ROCK of mass appeal. Genre jumping, bass busting, talent. Quincy Jones has said: "He's so talented it's ridiculous!"
A little background so yers truly can calm down. Born in Philadelphia, Nathan was four when his family (eight kids!) moved to San Diego. Nathan studied cello first, then became interested in bass when he was 14. His influences: Mingus and Ron Carter. Electric: Paul McCartney and Chuck Rainey.
On the road with Barry White when he was 16, his resume just grew from THERE. Multiple awards, soundtracks that are too numerous to mention, co-founding Fourplay, an online electric bass school, an accomplished magician as well as everything else just discussed - and - drumroll, please: over 2,000 credits to his name. Honest to God, one of the most recorded Bass players in musical history.
The reason for this visit from the esteemed Nathan East on 9/1: his partnership with Fourplay member, Bob James. Their astonishing project, "The New Cool" is about to drop. THIS host has dropped already, hearing it! Music to captivate and haunt, it's the crown jewel within the Yamaha Family, the company that is sponsoring this golden event.
What a thrill to bring you a glimpse into Nathan East. Second hour. Get your seat EARLY :)
The Luqmans are always talking about how life in our neighborhoods were different when we were growing up compared to today, but we rarely take the time to talk about the specific ways that life was different. On this show, we're going to talk about some of those ways, as many as we can fit in. From weekday and weekend chores to running errands for the elderly ladies in the neighborhood to school memories, we'll talk about all the good things that we have fond memories of from our childhoods, growing up in Camden, NJ (Mr. Luqman) and in SE Washington, DC (Mrs. Luqman), including some of the music that made up the soundtracks of our youth.
And since we'll be talking about how our neighborhoods were different in our childhoods were different, we'll talk a little bit about why our neighborhoods are the way they are today.
Plenty of coffee to go around, bring your cup!
Michele Vice Maslin is a remarkable singer, song-writer, producer and has the Music Publishing business by the tail! I am a huge fan, a great admirer and can't wait to catch up with all her news! Her songs enhance and provide depth to so many movies we are going to ask her all about the film soundtracks she has done and everything we can fit into one hour!
Tony Terry is one of the greatest voices of this generation. He is such a beautiful spirit, an incredible talent and I'm happy to say that he will be on Real Life, Real Faith with Cheryl Lacey Donovan (An Elissa Gabrielle Entertainment Production) on Tuesday, June 9, 2015 at 8pm EST.
Terry is a graduate at the Duke Ellington School of the Arts in Washington. He signed a recording contract with Epic/CBS Records.
Terry's self-titled second album, released in 1990, included the single "With You" (his biggest hit) which reached the Top 20 of the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, as well as the Top 10 on the R&B chart. "Everlasting Love", was a number-six R&B hit. After leaving Epic, Terry moved over to Virgin Records. His debut album for that label was 1994's Heart Of A Man. The single, "When A Man Cries", just managed the R&B Top 40, but the album was a commercial failure. The following year, Terry contributed background vocals on the single "Gotta Have Love", from Yolanda Adams's album More Than a Melody. He also appeared in the video. Terry has performed on the soundtracks to Gladiator starring Cuba Gooding, Jr., Tap starring Gregory Hines and King's Ransom starring Anthony Anderson. In 1991, Terry earned two Soul Train Music Award nominations: Single of the Year and Artist of the Year for "With You".
(S6E6) GD Welcomes....
Mary Edwards - New York Performer/Music Composer to A Touch of Grace
Date: Friday June 5, 2015 @ 2P/PST : 5P/EST
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Mary Edwards is a composer, songwriter and sound artist whose projects range from recordings and performances "evocative of epic cinematic soundtracks combined with lyrical intimacy..." (Time Out NY), to immersive environmental and architectural sound installations. Themes of temporality, impermanence, nostalgia, longing, childhood and the natural world are interspersed throughout her work. Her extended discographyincludes the solo releases, A Smile in the Mind (2007), Console (2010),Eastern/Central & Mountain/Pacific (2012), and Everyday Until Tomorrow(2015), where she captures the essence of Modernism, '60s film scores and classic pop, thinking in terms of miniature movies (to paraphrase Burt Bacharach) to create pocket symphonies and an indelible, sprawling landscape of sound.
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Today on the Weekend Edition we have Hip Hop Artist, ADVOCATE on to discuss his new single "Movie". Plus we will have music from the many Spike Lee movies. That means jazz, Stevie Wonder, and old school R&B. Enjoy this Memorial Day Weekend and turn this up at your BBQ!!
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/advocate-realmusic-ent, Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Advocate/324075151110036, Twitter: https://twitter.com/advocate_emcee,
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Actor: Antonio "Huggy Bear" Fargas
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Join Us Wed. May 27th At 6:00pm (eastern) 5:00pm (central) As Host Mikeisha Best Co-Host Queen Of Hearts Sits Down With Antonio Fargas
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'Huggy Bear' Antonio Fargas Named Brand Ambassador for NBC's COZI TV
by THR Staff 4/20/2015 9:10am PDT
Antonio Fargas, best known as "Huggy Bear" from Starsky & Hutch, has signed on as the first brand ambassador for NBC's COZI TV.
In this role, he'll star in exclusive musical promos for the network, which airs iconic series including Starsky & Hutch as well as Magnum, P.I., Charlie's Angels, The Bionic Woman, Six Million Dollar Man and Lone Ranger, plus classic movies.
Fargaas kicked off his relationship with COZI TV on Monday, with the premiere of the first of three network identity spots featuring Fargas and his swing band, The New Jump Blues (watch it below). The musical promos feature soundtracks created exclusively for COZI TV. The other two promos will premiere later in the year.
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A Videocast where we talk about all topics including costume making, prop building, gaming, anime, movies, music, ALL WHILE IN COSPLAY COSTUMES!
Tonight's Special Guest: The NY Samurai Cosplay!
Tonight's Topics: Music soundtracks in video Games and Anime & Parental Influence into Nerd Culture.
LIVE VideoCast every Sunday at 9pm EST at www.videocast.Proptroopers.com
Audio podcast posted after the show.
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