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On this show, Aqua Alex and Crayfishman James will be discussing freshwater hybrid fish. Most fish keepers are split on hybrid fish some hate them some love them. So it is a very controversial topic, but is one that needs to be discussed. Alex and James will talk about some of the most common Hybrid species, why some of the hybrid fish are unique, why you should keep them, and much more!
Have any questions? Call 347-989-8142 dial 1.
Notable species of discussion: Flowerhorn, Blood Parrot, RTC X TSN, Electric Blue Jack Dempsey
Question of the night for you to call in and answer
1.) What is your favorite Hybrid fish?
or you can send your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org
On this episode of the Aquatic Wetline Online Radio, Aqua Alex will discuss one of his all time favorite South American Characins and Tetras, the Silverdollar. Alex has done a show in the past on Silverdollars, but this will be a much better episode with more information. We will be talking about all the Silverdollars from the Metynnis, Myleus, and Mylossoma species!
We will discuss how to care and keep silverdollars in the aquarium, we will talk about the different species of Silverdollars, and we will also discuss why silverdollars should always be kept in a school.
There may also be some special guests on the show!
Feel free to call in at 347-989-8142 dial 1 with any questions!
On this show, the host Alex Cardinale is going to be joined by some awesome fish keepers and fish hobbiysts who enjoy keeping and raising tropical fish!!! Many fish keepers have a particular favorite fish while others have a group of favorite fish! We are going to have a conversation on favorite fish, we will talk about how we got into the fish keeping hobby, and favorite fish store stories. Joining in on the guest panel is Mr. Adam Akers, Mr. Steve Parcells, Mr. Justin R Miner and Mr. David Burke. All of the guests are awesome fish keepers. Listen in to learn something unique about these fish keepers and what their favorite fish is!!!! Enjoy the show!
Feel free to call in with your favorite fish, fish store story, and how you got in the hobby. 347-989-8142
HAPPY HALLOWEEN 2013!!!
Be sure to join us "LIVE" on Fish Bait Radio for the first show with new host and Texas angler Scott Burns, His guest will be, Sam Rayburn guide, Lynn Atkinson ,owner of "Reel Um N" guide service. They will cover everything you need to know about summer time patterns for bass and crappie...
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Hybrid Jazz has always strived to show class, dignity and variety with each episode. What you'll hear on 7/22/14 takes all of that to a new level. Helen Sung has been captivating listeners - via recording or live - since she emerged on the New York scene in the late 90's. But I'm getting ahead of myself ;)
Born to Chinese immigrants in Houston, our guest was playing piano at five. Her teacher was strict and permitted Helen to play only Classical music - which she did throughout her education at the respected Houston High School of Performing and Visual Arts. Her motivation for college: to teach and to perform when possible. All that changed when she saw Harry Connick, Jr., on stage - in Helen's last year of University of Texas at Austin.
The transition was swift. Obsessed with visualizing Harry's fingers on the piano, Helen got a hold of Everything-That-Is-Jazz: from Jelly Roll Morton to Keith Jarrett. She received dual degrees in Texas, but her eye was on the inaugural program at the Thelonious Monk Institute in Boston. It was mutual love - Helen's unique talent was now under the watchful eye of Artistic Director, Ron Carter. She toured with the Cream of the Jazz Crop - across the water with Wayne Shorter and Herbie Hancock. It changed her life. And ours who are fans.
That move to New York cemented what many already knew, including Wynton Marsalis, who now has HIS eye on where Helen Sung will land next. Terri Lyne Carrington knows, Helen having been a key component in the award-winning "Mosaic Project" in 2011. The Kennedy Center realizes her power, too - she is a recipient of the Mary Lou Williams Jazz Piano Competition.
Her sixth project, "Anthem For a New Day" is brilliant and brave. We could go ON for days about Helen Sung - but let HER tell her story: on 7/22/14 :)
Crazy - this is a show that wasn't planned - it just fell into this groove - which is the story of my two guests! Rick Braun was booked for July 1st. But Richard Elliot was going to do the last Friday in June. But the call came - could we please re-schedule for 7/1? Hah! SO: Old Friends and Musical Partners will share a "Hybrid Jazz" - thrilling!
Exciting - Rick with his 16th album, "Can You Feel It" - and Richard with his 17th, "Lip Service." The first is due on 7/8 and the second on 7/15! Real and heartfelt music - and surrounded by musicians who understand the nature of what these successful artists wanted to convey. That's priceless. And what it does is drive home the point - more than ever - of WHY Rick and Richard have been so popular through the years.
Rick started his roll with the song by REO Speedwagon, "Here With Me." Word got out and he found himself playing with Rod Stewart, Natalie Cole, Tina Turner, Sade, Tom Petty and War. His album, "Beat Street" (1994), was a tribute to his years WITH War. And on his new CD, Rick wanted to convey the same spirit. Helping him out here: young players and seasoned pals like Philippe Saisse and Dave Koz. AND Elliot Yamin!
Can you believe that it's 30 years since the release of Richard's solo debut, "Initial Approach?" Our Scottish-born Dad of FIVE has been delighting us since - with his California Cool and Soulfully Hot Hybrid saxual expression (Ooooh!) He has toured the world as both leader and with "Guitars & Saxes" and Tower of Power. His collaboration with Paul Brown on this new CD is brimming with romance! WAIT until you hear :)
Join us on 7/1!
On this show, we are going to be talking about Freshwater Knifefish! Knifefish are a oddball fish that can be unique and quite cool to keep. Come learn about all the species of knifefish, their requriements, how to keep them, and more on this show! Alex is going to cover the most common knifefish species and then we will talk about some of the rare knifefish such as Mormyrus!! Notable species for the show include clown knife, black ghost knife, electric eel, elephant nose, and so much more. If you have questions call 347-989-8142 and we will answer them!
On Friday July 18th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, Join Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman on a special Under the Sea Radio Show as Ken and Ken discuss rainbow fish and blue eyes. Ken Boorman is originally from Australia and has hands on experience with these beautiful fish. What does it take to keep these beautiful fish in your aquariums ?
Fish, Cooking for Taste!
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Fish is dish best served well, “not ruined”. If I were asked what are the two things that most often ruin fish I would say the following. Over cooking fresh water fish and often bothering to cook some salt water fish at all. Now don’t get me wrong I cook plenty of salt water fish, but some of it is best simply sashimi or ceviche!
Today I will go over some of my favorite ways to prepare and use fish. The good news is you can do all of this even if you are not a fisherman with fresh fish from the market. The key with fish is when done it should flake, not be mushy, you simply must not be afraid that you will “under cook it” this indeed is the most common way fish is ruined.
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This is the first time that I could actually list an artist - from A to Z - that Winston Byrd has had in his circle. He has played trumpet for over two decades with the best of the best...ready for a taste of that alphabetized list? Abbey Lincoln/Blood, Sweat & Tears/Chaka Khan/Dells/Ellington's Orchestra/Fathead Newman/Grateful Dead/Horn (as in Shirley)/ I - as in Will.I.Am - whew! It goes ON and on!
Winston hails from Wilmington, Delaware - so he heard the music of the extended Philadelphia region, as well as New Jersey and New York. What steered him in his musical journey, initially, was feeling the sound of Maynard Ferguson (in seventh grade!) - then seeing Dizzy Gillespie with Jon Faddis on the 1986 Grammy telecast. Jon actually became a mentor - and introduced our guest to some pivotal admirers who would pave the way for more awesome associations. And SO much work! Music that was developed "on the road" as opposed to what could have been learned in the classroom. Part of that amazing journey revolves around the artistry that Winston has developed with big bands. Orchestras. He loves ALL of it, though. Way beyond HYBRID, this one! LOL! This is Multiple Genre Magic that Winston Byrd has cultivated.
Two albums to his credit - and we'll hear tracks from both. "Soul Searchin'" and "The Tao of Pooh" bring to your ears a full fruition of all that expertise he has brought to performances and projects by other artists. If you do the research, you'll see one rave review after another from fans of trumpet who cannot believe what they're hearing. Winston Byrd is THAT good :)
What we'll have for you is superb music and conversation - and a special July 4th show. Gather friends and join us!
Is dyeing fish humane? Should it continue? With so many species it really necessary? What about purchasing such fish? Should there be a boycott? Come listen as Hannapro Discus and John Brandtberry discuss this practicw being done to unsuspecting fish! Can we do something about it? Join us live on Friday the 13th at 6 PM Eastern time for a half hour show! This is a two part show so tune in to part 2 sometime next week. I will schedulr then let you know!.
With the passing of Charlie Haden, many of us are focused on those in the music business whose instrument is the bass. We can all probably name five off the top of our heads who really get our juices flowing - or those with whom we feel an indescribable connection. JUST because of the way they play.
Enter Jimmy Haslip! One of the Masters of the Art of Bass, Jimmy was born in the Bronx. And Spanish was his first language. He learned to speak English later. But the way that he makes his bass speak? There is ONE language - and that's universal :) But let's give you a rewind as to how he got to that level...
Jimmy's family moved to Huntingdon, New York, when he was four. Hearing all kinds of music in the house, he was drawn to the sound of multiple instruments - and he was playing drums, trumpet and tuba early on. But the bass captured his interest. And, at 13, he got one - but here's the kicker: since he was left-handed and since a bass for right-handers was available, Jimmy learned to play it upside down!
1969: Our guest left NY to make his musical path in San Fran, New Orleans, Denver and Dallas. He finally moved to L.A. in 1975 - there he got together with Russell Ferrante and Robben Ford - and they formed the nucleus of players who created "The Inside Story" - Robben's first album.
The strength of that buzz paved the way for the formation of The Yellowjackets in 1980 - Jimmy was a founding member. And it doesn't take a genius to figure out that his way from THERE was gold. In case you might not know - he has had some 21 Grammy nominations - and worked with artists in diverse genres. You can ask Jeff Lorber how he could get along without Jimmy Haslip - the success of "Hacienda" says a LOT!
We'll share music and talk gigs - hang with us on 7/15!