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Mellow Moods Sundays with Warren 60s, 70s, 80s 90s Reggae R&B Doo Wop Soul Ska Go down Memory Lane and rekindle the Vibes Get Nostagic. Groove and Chill
When you live in Jamaica it is no less vibrant than anywhere in the world. In Ensom City the playlists ranged from Nat King Cole to Bing Crosby Frank Sinatra to Louis Armstrong Alton Ellis Prince Buster Lord Creator Chubby Checker Fats Domino Bob, The BeeGees, Beatles John Holt Neil Diamond The Manhattans, etc
A little sample of something big that's coming. A helpful podcast to direct to one of the greatest Disney attractions that they offer... Dining!
On this episode, Tim gives his advice on one of not only his type five dining experiences, but top five overall experiences at Walt Disney World.
Stay tuned on news concerning Social Media and how you can interact with this show!
If you live down south, you know God somewhat from just living in the bible belt. Well Voodoo is the norm for people from New Orleans, Jamaica, Hati, Cuba and yes America, just to name a few. I have a history with voodoo and I'll be sharing why I practiced this religion and why I got saved. Also we'll have a guest on the show sharing their experiences. This is an episode you dont want to miss. And fellas we'll give you the red flags to watch for in a relationship. You'll be surprised by how many people practice this religion. Join us Sunday at 10pm. Share and hashtag the show #TTEIB
Yesterday, the Churchfolk Revolution went in on the Azusa Street Revival for two and a half hours. They touched on William Seymour and speaking in tongues. Now, I am going to continue this discussion by first picking up where they left off talking about the Church Of God In Christ and Bishop C.H. Mason. I will also speak about the different common practices in pentecostal churches introduced by the Azusa Street revival and their interesting origins. Now if TJ, Liberty and the General can go for two and half hours, I know I have a solid 90 minutes in me. You can join the discussion dial 6614499951. With the late start of the ThinkTank, it gonna be raw, uncut, and uncensored. So put the kiddies to bed when you tune in. REVOLUTION!
Remarkably, we have already reached the namesake of the Brooklyn Dodgers World Championship year. Episode 55 has arrived, and what better way to celebrate than with a man who spent his formative years in the heart of Brooklyn on the border of Borough Park and Bensonhurst.
John Fricelli would sing Doo Wop with his buddies on the streetcorners and watch John Wayne at the Endicott Theatre.
He will join us today to talk about growing up in Brooklyn...
...and maybe even croon a tune.
So, join us at 12pm ET for the latest edition of the Bedford & Sullivan Podcast!
Virgin Islands animal rescue organizations will get a boon from the chupacabra this summer. Ye Gods! A Tale of Dogs and Demons, the latest novel by former Virgin Islands resident Lynne Hinkey, is a tale of magic and monsters run amok on a Caribbean island. Lynne is donating 100% of the proceeds from ebook sales to animal rescue groups with the Animal Care Center of St. John, St. Thomas Humane Society, and St. Croix Animal Welfare Center benefitting in July, August, and September, respectively. "It's a two-fer deal," Lynne explains. "When you buy Ye God!, you get a good read and do a good deed.
The star of Ye Gods! is the chupacabra (Spanish for "goat-sucker"), a beast that captured the nation's imagination and has made its way into pop culture. Lynne's madcap crime-caper, "a Scooby-Doo meets Murder, She Wrote mash-up," tackles the mythology surrounding the monster with some new and hilarious twist.
Lynne is a "marine scientist by training, author by passion, and curmudgeon by nature." She moved to St. Thomas as a 19-year-old to attend the then College of the Virgin Islands and later worked for the UVI Marine Advisory Service. Her debut novel, Marina Melee, is set on the fictional island of São Jorge, a place that should seem familiar since it's based on St. Thomas. The story of Ye Gods! and the chupacabra was inspired by actual events in Puerto Rico, where Lynne did her doctoral studies at the University of Puerto Rico.
Lynne is available for interviews, book readings and signings, and book club appearances via Skype, phone, or other online venues. Contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org
This ten part documentary series traces R&B music from its rhythmic roots in Africa to the field hymns sung by blacks as a form of communication while performing slave labor in the homes, cotton and tobacco fields of white slave owners. The story continues to unfold as we explore gospel, Doo Wop, Motown, Stax, Funk, Disco, Blues, Soul, Hip Hop and more. Names like Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder, Curtis Mayfield, Aretha Franklin, Gladys Knight, The Supremes are just a few of the obvious names that come to mind. But there were hundreds of other artists, songwriters, producers and music executives that can not be excluded from the
glory. It was 1948 when music journalist turned music producer, Jerry Wexler first coined the phrase "Rhythm & Blues". Whether by design or unintentional it brought respect and dignity to what was prior to then unceremoniously referred to as “race records... meaning any record made by blacks. It is as if out of the darkness a thing of
immense beauty took root, emerged and infected all. It was the new urban expression. Everybody wanted a piece of it because it was cool and it was hip.
At the core of this series are factual accountings that demonstrate the massive impact and influences that R&B artist, their music, activism, style and persona have had on the world. No geographical region has been spared its influence. Every segment of societal expression including, religion, love, politics, fashion, sex, and war has been transformed by the infectious melodies, hypnotic rhythms and insightful lyrics
of Rhythm & Blues music. The artists, authors, performers, and promoters have played the role of catalyst to some of society’s most significant advancements.
Celebrity deaths, two great television series, 3 great sci-fi movies currently in theaters and part 2 of Dean and Phil’s conversation with comedy guru Steve Kaplan.
It’s a jam-packed Chillpak Hollywood Hour, with three minutes MORE “hour”!
After a hiatus Chuck Skull and "THE AUDIOPHILE" Larry McGinnis are back with the program that started it all on The Wacko Radio Network, music biz news, opinion, discussion, and call-in's. No topic is off limits, and all views get heard.
Tonight, we're gonna pay tribute to Casey Kasem. We'll give you a update on what's going down as of show time concerning his condition. "THE AUDIOPHILE" will give a career synopsis, as well as share stories about him, and Skull will give his unique take on his experiences with the AM/FM radio legend. Also "THE AUDIOPHILE" will provide from his personal archives, the infamous 1980's AT 40 Blooper Reel, and as a special treat a complete hour long aircheck of Casey on-air at KRLA 870 Los Angeles from Thursday May 27, 1965 during the 2 PM hour. It's not a show to miss.
Also, join "THE AUDIOPHILE" for his other show "THE AUDIOPHILE'S ARCHIVE" Tomorrow, Friday May 13, at 4 PM EST as he will play as tribute, a complete episode, including commercials, of "American Top 40" for the week ending July 13, 1985, mastered from official radio station master LP's, that were shipped out every week for airplay those respective weeks.
Join Skull and I tonight LIVE for 3 big hours starting at 10 PM EST on The Wacko Radio Network through Blogtalkradio!
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