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  • 00:14

    Saturday Morning with Stan Kenton

    in Music

    Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn


    Saturday Morning with Stan Kenton


     June Christy ‎–Just A-Sittin' and A-Rockin'


    Artistry Jumps


    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


    Stan Kenton & His Orchestra, June Christy ‎–Just A-Sittin' and A-Rockin'


    Capitol Records ‎– 229 October -45


    A:  Just A-Sittin' and A-Rockin'


    Solo Vocal – June Christy


    Ellington - Strayhorn - Gaines


    June Christy (November 20, 1925 – June 21, 1990), born Shirley Luster, was an American singer, known for her work in the cool jazz genre and for her silky smooth vocals. Her success as a singer began with The Stan Kenton Orchestra.


    In 1945, she auditioned and was chosen for the role as a vocalist. During this time, she changed her name once again, becoming June Christy.


    Her voice produced successful hits such as "Shoo Fly Pie and Apple Pan Dowdy," the million-selling "Tampico" in 1945, and "How High the Moon". "Tampico" was Kenton's biggest-selling record. When the Kenton Band temporarily disbanded in 1948,


    B: Artistry Jumps


    Piano – Kenton Tenor Saxophone – Vido Musso


    Released 10-30-45


    Stanley Newcomb "Stan" Kenton (December 15, 1911 – August 25, 1979) was a pianist, composer, and arranger who led an innovative, influential, and often controversial American jazz orchestra

  • 02:06

    Darius Syrossian (UK) & Carl Cox (UK) -- Charles Int'l House Music 2-4pm EST Sat

    in Radio

    Charles Berrin is the RDJ of Charles International House Music radio program that showcases and features DJs from around the world playing all thea best of HOUSE MUSIC -- Techno, Tribal, Euro, Vocal, Jazz, Ethnic, Progressive, Deep, Minimal, Funky, Soulful, Gospel and more.  Each Saturday from 2 to 4pm (EST) broadcasting from Washington, DC, USA.


     

  • 02:55

    Everything with Kathy B, Faye B, Biggaton, James Colah

    in Entertainment

    Source Nation! Join us today for another amazing show of Indie Soul Saturdays, as Host James Johnson welcomes 3 amazing guests into the studio.


    2:15- R&B-Faye B


    3:15- Reggae Artist Biggaton


    4:15- Jazz, R&B-James Colah


     

  • 02:11

    I was just thinking...Why so much hatin’ on Christianity?

    in Politics

    Everywhere you go some black folks  talk about the insanity in believing in Christianity. Although I understand the outrage, believing you were taught about the way to heaven calling on a European Jesus, and the backlash of that discovery,


    I believe Shakespeare said” I think the Lady doth protest too much.”


    Why so much hatin'?


    I don’t hear the same outrage with Islam or Judaism or Hebrewism or any other religious practices…so why so much hatin’ on Christianity?


    Is it because of the preponderance of the information of Christianity being used to enslave us and enslave the non-white peoples of the world, little is broadcast about the Muslim enslavement or the ‘convert or die’ tactics of Arabic Islam.


    Arabic Islam enslavement:


    Long before there was a Transatlantic Slave trade Arabic Moslems entered Africa with the idea of enslavement of the original peoples, and I believe to take over the original practice of Islam that many African practiced long before there was an Arab.


    So-called religions that have be segregated into disciplines, such as Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Buddhism, are all children of the Egyptian system made, formed and practiced by Africans.


     


    Friday 5pm PST and 8pm EST


    Call in 661-467-2407

  • Sasha's Bloc: Feels Like Jazz

    in Music

    Alex Gershman with Sasha's Bloc is back to talk their new hit single FEELS LIKE JAZZ!

    Jazz collective Sasha’s Bloc solidifies their growing presence on the U.S. music scene with an original album that hearkens back to the Big Jazz Band sound of the 1920’s, 30’s and 40’s, and to a performance style that evokes such seminal acts as Duke Ellington, Fats Waller, Count Basie, Scott Joplin, Ella Fitzgerald and more.



    Sasha’s Bloc is an amalgam of varied artists, nationalities and experiences, all fueled by bassist and songwriter Alex Gershman to deliver a sound that is consistently big, boisterous, full of spirit and rich in everything that makes jazz linger as an American phenomenon. On Heart On Fire, Gershman is honored to have Grammy-nominated vocalist Jane Monheit perform on multiple tracks.


    The group’s core nonet is comprised of Nora Rothman, vocal; Brandon Fields, saxophone; Alex Budman, saxophone, clarinet; Kye Palmer, trumpet, Bob McChesney, trombone; Kevin Winnard, drums; Steve Cotter, guitar; Andy Langham, piano. Guest artists on the upcoming album include: Jane Monheit, vocal; Alvin Chea, vocal; Patrick Tuzzolino, vocal; Princess Fortier, vocal; Glynis Leflore vocal; Octavia Pace vocal; James Lum, banjo; Jason Fabus, accordion; Marc T. Bolin, Tuba. Gershman plays upright bass and electric bass.

  • Legacy of 1804 with Anais Maviel #lof1804 #drumming

    in Music

    Host Alice Backer of www.kiskeacity.com welcomes Franco-Haitian musician Anais Maviel. Topic: How and why this conservatory-trained Haitian raised in Paris of a Haitian mother and French father decided to take up Haitian drumming. We will also discuss her musical career more broadly.


    More on at the kiskeacity site.

  • 03:01

    Hybrid Jazz From Trish Hennessey - with Carter Calvert & Wayne Jones!

    in Music

    Carter Calvert is known in QUITE a few circles - she is, without hype - a respected fixture in the New York Theater scene. Carter has brought life to "Always...Patsy Cline" - as well as "Annie Get Your Gun" and "Cats."  She co-starred with Gregory Porter and Eloise Laws in "It Ain't Nothing But the Blues" and has traveled the world with the touring company of "Smokey Joe's Cafe."  TV appearances and voice-over work for Wendy's, MTV and Amazon - and a list of household names that have shared the stage with her - we could be here for days!  Carter has returned to a first love: Jazz - with a new album called "It's a Man's World."  All male-originated songs done from a female perspective.  It's divine!  And she has a release party coming in her stomping grounds soon - let's celebrate in the first hour of the show :)


    In the third hour, Wayne Jones drops by!  He might not stay long because he's covering a LOT of territory while he's in the States.  In Australia, he is known as one of the mightiest session bassists of all time!  He's also a songwriter and arranger and master clinician.  For over three decades, Wayne has gifted other musicians with the beauty of that fluid, funky and fearless bass.  With his years of studio work - and his TV/film credits - Wayne thought it was time to release another body of work to feed the Jones-hungry crowd who demanded it.  There are five tracks on "Mr. Jones" - but those are filled with the greatness of Wayne's bass and guests: Rick Braun, Mike MacArthur and Philippe Saisse!  He'll be with Mike on the last Sunday in August - in Clearwater, Florida.  But he found the time beforehand to visit with us!  There is so much wonderful music to share - join us in The Chat Room and let's enjoy it together!

  • Habana/Harlem® Live!!!! #OnelMulet 323.927.2913

    in Music

    Composer, producer and multi-instrumentalist Onel Mulet has performed with a roster of legendary artists including Santos Colon, Pete "El Conde" Rodriguez and Celia Cruz as well as internationally renowned artists Johnny Pacheco, Bobby Valentin, Ismael Miranda, Larry Harlow, Bobby Cruz, Jose Luis Rodriguez "El Puma", Israel Sardiña of Los Van Van, Arturo Sandoval,Malena Burke, Carlos "Patato" Valdes as well as the notable Cuban Troubadour Pedro Luis Ferrer, and NY-based Grammy nominated artists, David Oquendo and Roman Diaz. Born and reared in Miami, of Cuban heritage, Onel,s musical environment was anchored by the music of his parents, Cuban masters, and richly influenced by the diversity of American music including Motown, funk, old school Rhythm & Blues, classical music and jazz greats, Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Paquito DíRivera and John Coltrane. A graduate of the New World School of the Arts in Florida, he quickly became part of the local Miami music scene. 


     

  • DJ Deeper Impakt hosts the Charles International House Music 9-10pmCET

    in Radio

    DJ Deeper Impakt in France hosts this weekly session on the Charles International House Music radio program that showcases and features DJs from around the world playing all the best of HOUSE MUSIC -- Techno, Tribal, Euro, Vocal, Jazz, Ethnic, Progressive, Deep, Minimal, Funky, Soulful, Gospel and more.  Each Friday from 9pm til 10pm (CET) broadcasting from FRANCE

  • Author Michael O' Hara and Singer Zakiya Hooker

    in Entertainment

    Join Nancy J. Reid & Lisa D. Smith – publishers of Big Blend Radio & TV Magazine, for Big Blend Radio airing live from the historic Coronado Motor Hotel in Yuma, AZ, the headquarters for the Big Blend Spirit of America Tour of all 408 National Park units. 
    On This Episode:
    - Michael O’ Hara discusses his new murder/suspense novel ‘Dos Angeles.’ Michael is an Emmy nominated screenwriter; a former award-winning journalist and writer/producer of more than thirty TV movies and miniseries, including the highest-rated television movie (“Those She Left Behind’); the second highest-rated miniseries (“Switched at Birth”); creator of two TV movie franchises – NBC’s highly successful ‘Moment of Truth,’ and ABC’s ‘Crimes of Passion.’
    - Jazz/blues singer Zakiya Hooker, daughter of blues icon John Lee Hooker, discusses her fifth and sixth releases, the consummate "In The Mood" and the outstanding performance production "Zakiya Hooker Live at the International BluesFest Eutin, Germany."

  • C.R.E live chat with Raul and David- Highlights of the week and Relationship Q&A

    in Music

    A man need SPACE!. Space Author Deborah Tannen has written brilliantly on the masculine and feminine divide between independence and intimacy (masculine being primarily drawn towards independence and the feminine toward intimacy). Within all of my relationships and the vast majority of my clients, I consistently see that it is the feminine-associated female partner that wants more time spent together and the masculine-associated male partner wanting more time apart. There is no perfect balance to be found here. This will always be a balancing act of closeness and separateness. But rest assured, suffocating a man (either by failing to allow him free time or with overly jealous behaviour) is the fastest way to end a relationship. Men need breathing room in a relationship. We need time for our hobbies, time with our friends, and time to toil away on our projects to feel fulfilled. Traditionally, when women (or the feminine associated partner) needed to solve a problem, they would go further into the tribe – connecting with close friends and family and discussing their issues. Conversely, when men have a problem to solve, they would leave the tribe to be alone with their thoughts. So let him roam. Let him breathe. Leave him to his own devices. A man will be that much happier for you to receive him when he returns, knowing that you trust both him and the strength of your bond enough to let him have his space. - See more at: http://goodmenproject.com/featured-content/7-things-men-want-in-a-relationship-jgc/#sthash.4rGk6v25.dpuf