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  • 00:39

    Over and Back: #RussellMania Playoff Battles - Celtics vs. Nationals

    in Basketball

    #RussellMania: The Over and Back Classic NBA podcast is devoting the next few weeks to Boston Celtics legend Bill Russell. 

    We continue in our deep dive into the life and career of Bill Russell by discussing the 1950s and 1960s playoff battles between the Boston Celtics and Syracuse Nationals (now the Philadelphia 76ers). We talk about how Dolph Schayes was a bridge between the old game and the new, how the Nationals-Celtics rivalry was fierce even before Russell joined the team, how Russell’s defense affected the Nats’ play (especially Johnny “Red” Kerr), and how close the Nationals came to beating the Celtics in 1959. We also share stories of how Celtics broadcaster Johnny Most nearly lost his dentures during a game, the disappearing 7-foot-3 Swede Halbrook, players who both played in the MLB and NBA, plus the contributions of Paul Seymour, Hal Greer, Larry Costello, George Yardley, Ed Conlin, Al Bianchi, Earl Lloyd, and, most importantly, pay tribute to the one-minute career of Forest “Frosty” Able.

  • 01:02

    #027: Is the Contemporary Art Market Complete Bullsh*t?

    in Art

    Since the 1950s, the chasm between art world academics and the general public has been an ever-expanding bridge too far. With contemporary art works fetching hundreds of millions of dollars at auction, and with celebrity art collectors like Eli and Edyth Broad building private museums exclusively showcasing post-war and contemporary art, public acceptance faces off in a coin toss with complete and utter public outrage. What does the future hold for the contemporary art market? Are we on the cusp of another art bubble burst? Is the world art market a high-stakes grift? Matt and special guest Shaun Berke answer these questions and more on this special Art Business Report. Check it out on this latest episode of Pod Sequntialism with Matt Kennedy presented by Meltdown Comics!

    Produced by Mason Booker

    Engineered by Mason Booker

    Theme music "Rumble" provided by www.Bensound.com

    Logo design by Joshua Geisler www.selfuno.com


  • 00:14

    Benny Goodman & His Orchestra ‎– Man Here Plays Fine Piano / Hora Staccato

    in Podcasting

    Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records   S3productions


    Benny Goodman & His Orchestra ‎– Man Here Plays Fine Piano / Hora Staccato




    For information on the background of the songs, Requests or contacting Curt Hahn, write to www.Facebook.com/s3productions2 or Forgotten Music on 78 records or curthahn74@yahoo.com


    Benny Goodman & His Orchestra ‎– Man Here Plays Fine Piano / Hora Staccato

    Label: Columbia ‎– 37207

    Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM 

    Released: Jan 1947

    Genre: Jazz

    A: Man Here Plays Fine Piano

    Chorus – Eve Young Composers Bushkin , De Vries


    Eva Nadauld (September 1, 1923 – November 3, 2010), known professionally as Eve Young early in her career, and later as Karen Chandler, was an American singer of popular music during the 1940s, 1950s and 1960s, best known for her 1952 hit, "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me". She made her national debut on Benny Goodman's NBC radio showcase on July 8, 1946, singing "I Don't Know Why", and became the Goodman Orchestra's featured vocalist for the remainder of that year,

    B: Hora Staccato

    Composers Dinicu, Heifetz

  • 00:30

    Kae Thompson Live with Co-hosts Eric Payne and Wayne Gilman

    in Current Events

    In this week's mini episode we discuss the new Oprah Winfrey OWN televison network series GREENLEAF.  Eric gives an update on his attendence of a special screening of the pilot episode at the Tribeca Film Festival.

  • 00:14

    Frank Sinatra ‎– Night And Day / The Lamplighter's Serenade

    in Podcasting

    Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records   S3productions


    Frank Sinatra ‎– Night And Day / The Lamplighter's Serenade




     For information on the background of the songs, Requests or contacting Curt Hahn, write to www.Facebook.com/s3productions2 or Forgotten Music on 78 records or curthahn74@yahoo.com


    Frank Sinatra ‎– Night And Day / The Lamplighter's Serenade


    Label: RCA Victor ‎– 20-1589

    Record Company – RCA Victor Division of Radio Corporation of America


    Genre: Pop

    Style: Vocal

    Year: 1944

    Conductor – Axel Stordahl


    A: Night & Day

    Composers– Cole Porter

    B: The Lamplighter's Serenade

    Composers– Hoagy Carmichael, Paul Francis Webster


    Axel Stordahl (August 8, 1913 – August 30, 1963) was an arranger who was active from the late 1930s through the 1950s. He is perhaps best known for his work with Frank Sinatra in the 1940s at Columbia Records. With his sophisticated orchestrations, Stordahl is credited with helping to bring pop arranging into the modern age

  • 00:32

    The Big Scoop with Coop Season 3 Episode 8 guest actress Mara Hall

    in Entertainment

    This episode of The Big Scoop with Coop I will have guest Mara Hall.  Mara Hall is a very talented actress and she have been in many successful television shows and movies including Greys Anatomy, Angry Video Game Nerd (the movie) and much more.  Mara will speak about how she started in her career, her success, gives advice on how to get into her career, and much more!   Make sure you tell your family, friends, and associates to stay tuned to The Big Scoop with Coop!

  • 00:42

    Webbweaver Books Proudly Presents: Author Mark Fins

    in Books



      Big-hearted, 8 year-old Mark Leonard lives on the brink of two worlds: one steeped in the hardship of post-World War II America, where his father is consumed by financial woes; the other where he’s buoyed by his exceptionally vivid imagination. In his imagination, Mark is an heroic soldier, a surgeon and a daredevil striving to live up to the ideals of the 1950s. When his family uproots from Queens, New York to start afresh in Massachusetts, Mark finds refuge from loneliness in an unlikely friendship with an eccentric, wealthy, elderly neighbor who has shut out the world following a debilitating accident. Their mutual gift for for conjuring up imaginary worlds to cope with reality -- which for Mark includes the confusing teachings of his Jewish faith -- leads them to push the boundaries between these two realms, exploring the fine line between love, imagination and the existence of God.

  • 01:07

    #RussellMania - Celtics vs. Hawks in the Finals

    in Basketball

    We are joined once again by Adam Criblez to discuss the rivalry between the Boston Celtics and the St. Louis Hawks in the late 1950s and early 1960s, continuing our #RussellMania series dedicated to Bill Russell. We go through the Celtics vs. Hawks NBA Finals battles from 1957, 1958, 1960 and 1961, and talk about some of the great performances and players on both sides of the rivalry, one of the greatest Game 7s in NBA history, why the Russell for Cliff Hagan and Ed Macauley trade wasn’t as one-sided as you might think, Bob Pettit delivering one of the best series-clinching games ever, the Celtics’ stability contrasting with the ever-changing Hawks, why the Hawks ended up failing in St. Louis, and thoughts on Red Auerbach, Tom Heinsohn, Slater Martin, Alex Hannum, Bob Cousy, Bill Sharman, Sam Jones, Clyde Lovellette and Lenny Wilkens, among many others.

  • 01:56

    A Dead Air Special Presentation: Author & Lecturer Gerard Aartsen LIVE!

    in Paranormal

    Having acquired and studied some of the
    more obscure writings by contactee
    George Adamski, he wrote George Adamski
    – A Herald for the Space Brothers (2010),
    which critics acclaimed as a refreshing,
    scholarly treatment of his subject. His
    second book, Here to Help: UFOs and the
    Space Brothers (2011), shows how the
    messages from the pre-disinformation
    contactees all agree on the spiritual
    realities and the Oneness of Life. In
    Priorities for a Planet in Transition – The
    Space Brothers’ Case for Justice and Freedom
    (2015), Gerard compiles what the Space Brothers have shared since the 1950s in
    terms of alternative, saner ways of
    organizing society to tackle the crises that
    have brought our civilization to its knees.
    A long-standing co-worker in the
    worldwide network of groups affiliated
    with British esotericist Benjamin Creme,
    the author writes regular contributions to
    Share International magazine about the
    extraterrestrial presence on Earth, is a
    frequent guest on international radio and
    TV shows about UFOs and related
    subjects, and has lectured in America,
    Europe and Asia. His books have been
    translated and published in multiple

  • 01:24

    Spend the evening with funny man Michael Colyars

    in Comedy

    OMG, spend a wonderful evening with Funny Man Michael Colyars who is President Barack Obama's favorite comedian.  This guy has been on televison, has been signed on as a regular on cruise ships as part of their entertainment line-up and travels locally and abroad doing stand up comedy. His routine goes back decades and if you need a laugh then call in to my live show at 347-945-6003 at 7:30pm EST

  • 00:17

    Andy Russell, the Sequel I Can't Begin To Tell You / Love Me

    in Music

    Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records S3productions

    Andy Russell, the Sequel I Can't Begin To Tell You / Love Me






    For information on the background of the songs, Requests or contacting Curt Hahn, write to www.Facebook.com/s3productions1 or curthahn74@yahoo.com


    Andy Russell  ‎– I Can't Begin To Tell You / Love Me

    Label: Capitol Records ‎– 221

    Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM 

    Released: 1946

    Genre: Pop

    Style: Vocal



    Was also done by Harry James


    A: I Can't Begin To Tell You

    Composers – Monaco, Gordon

    A - From 20th Century-Fox Pictures "The Dolly Sisters". 

    B: Love Me

    Composers – Styne, Cahn

    B - From B. G. DeSylva Production "the Stork Club"

    Orchestra – Paul Weston & His Orchestra

    Vocals – Andy Russell


    Andy Russell March 24 2016

    What A Difference A Day Made / Don't You Notice Anything New?

    Capitol Records 167

    Andy Russell (born Andrés Rábago September 16, 1919 – April 16, 1992) was an American popular vocalist, specializing in traditional pop and Latin music. He sold 8 million records in the 1940s to early 1950s singing in a romantic, baritone voice in his trademark bilingual English and Spanish style. He had chart-busters, such as "Bésame Mucho,"

    "Amor," "What a Diff'rence a Day Made," "Laughing on the Outside (Crying on the Inside)," "Without You," and "The Anniversary Waltz."