• 00:38

    Third Eye Cinema Week 88 (Sun. Dec. 7) - Robert Sall of W.E.T. and Work of Art

    in Entertainment

    Next time on Third Eye Cinema: we talk the Swedish AOR revival with Robert Sall of W.E.T. and Work of Art!


    Coming straight out of a nation known best for SAAB, ABBA, classic Sunlight Studios style death metal and a viciously aggressive black metal scene, Robert Sall and company have spearheaded what's becoming something of a local scene in classic late 70's-mid 80's melodic AOR rock!


    Joined by likeminded acts such as State of Salazar, Adrenaline Rush and the various Frontiers Records projects Sall and fellow W.E.T. compatriot Erik Martenson are either responsible for or involved with, Work of Art arose from a music conservatory background to produce some of the richest and most musically complex yet satisfying ear candy released since the heyday of inspirations like Journey, Styx, Kansas, Foreigner and...did he really say Toto?


    Please join us as we delve into the history and mystery behind the rise of the one and only Robert Sall, only here on Third Eye Cinema!


    Week 88 (Sun. Dec. 7) - Robert Sall of W.E.T. and Work of Art


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  • 00:17

    Are Protests Over Police Brutality Helping or Hurting The Cause

    in News

    Suddenly, it feels like the 1960s again, with swirling movements for social justice finding inspiration and a powerful common denominator in the struggle for black equality.


    Multiracial, multi-ethnic, multi-class, and multi-generational Americans have swarmed the streets in vast numbers to not only protest against racial injustice but to expose systemic oppression that has been an open secret since the heyday of the late 1960s and early 1970s.


    The decision by a Staten Island, New York, grand jury not to indict Police Officer Daniel Pantoleo in the choking death of Eric Garner came nine days after Ferguson, Missouri, erupted into an open rebellion following another grand jury’s decision not to indict former police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown, a black teenager.


    While violence engulfed parts of downtown Ferguson, 170 cities staged largely peaceful demonstrations both in solidarity with the #BlackLivesMatter movement and in demand of a vision of social justice that far surpasses the imagination of most contemporary politicians and pundits.


    Thousands of New Yorkers took to the streets on Wednesday and Thursday nights to express outrage against the political system that allowed a black man to be choked to death while screaming, “I can’t breathe!”


    Across the country this movement has been spreading with protesters stopping traffic on highways and busy streets. Here in Baltimore protesters attempted to shutdown the annual Christmas tree lighting in downtown Baltimore. Do events like this help or hurt the cause

  • 00:30

    30JK SATURDAY -- Bumper Morgan!

    in Entertainment

    Stay Tuned! Fans of radio definitely know who BUMPER MORGAN is! Those who were from Milwaukee especally know his voice from HOT 102 (102.1 WLUM) in its heyday ("...crankin' out 50,000 watts atop of Brew City... more jams than the Marquette Interchange!")


    Check him out on a VERY SPECIAL EPISODE of "30JK" this Saturday @ 3pm CT/1pm PT over BlogTalkRadio -- 347-857-2310... www.blogtalkradio.com/JKFX4LIFE; see ya then! BlogTalkRadio..."where it's ALWAYS good to talk!"

    See ya on the Flipside! And KEEP IT OLD SCHOOL, BABY!!! ;)

  • 01:01

    Feed Your Head w/ Ruthann Amarteifio

    in Politics

    Nutrition For Your Brain----

    Ruthann is joined by Dean Capone, deancapone.com, who has announced his run for the nomination of the Socialist Party USA, for president!  We DO have a choice-----And, the uni-party has seen it's heyday!
    Dean will be talking about Dean, the man, and Dean, the candidate-----We'll hear what has caused him to take on this difficult pursuit-----and how his life is changing-----
    What do socialists really stand for?  What are the main issues Dean will be pushing for in this run?  What can we, of a like mind, do to help?
    Dean will also be at the National Organizing Conference for the SPUSA in Chicago in one week!


    Join us as we get a breath of fresh air!!!

     

  • 00:45

    Remembering James Garner

    in Politics

    Like many popular leading men of Hollywood’s heyday, Garner boasted all-American good looks and a winning personality that carried him through comedy and drama alike. Garner won two Emmys and racked up a total of 15 nominations. He had his greatest impact in television, first on “Maverick” in the ’50s and then in the ’70s on “The Rockford Files,” for which he won an Emmy in 1977 Variety


    “What you saw is what you got,” childhood friend, Roy Hamilton
    Garner was born James Bumgarner but changed his name for Hollywood. His relatives say the name was the only thing that changed.
    “As much as people liked what they saw of him on television and in the movies, I think they’d like him even better if they would’ve known him in person,” said nephew, Terry Bumgarner. Norman Transcript


    James Garner was Jim Rockford. Jerry Pippin

  • 01:11

    Third Eye Cinema 7/20/14 James Murphy pt 2 - Disincarnate, Testament and more

    in Entertainment

    This week on Third Eye Cinema: the conclusion of our career length interview with a true legend in death metal, the one and only James Murphy!


    The first, and perhaps only true guitar hero in the death metal genre, after debuting as a touring member of classic speed metallers Agent Steel, James became a ubiquitous presence and vital linchpin of any number of key albums in the heyday of Florida death metal: Death's Spiritual Healing, Obituary's Cause of Death, Cancer's Death Shall Rise, and his own Disincarnate with Dreams of the Carrion Kind, as well as being a ubiquitous guest soloist on numerous albums of the day produced by the legendary Scott Burns!


    After appearing on a few well respected records from Bay Area thrashers Testament, James turned his hand towards a pair of solo records and a new career in production, before hitting a devastating setback no one could have predicted.  


    This week, we talk Disincarnate and his time in Testament, gear and guitar tech, working with Konkhra, his solo albums and production work, as well as the major health setback that nearly put a stop to it all.


    Join us as we conclude our career spanning discussion with James Murphy, only here on Third Eye Cinema!


    Week 86 (Sun. July 20) James Murphy part 2 - Disincarnate, Testament and rolling with the changes


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  • 02:00

    Third Eye Cinema 7/13/14 w James Murphy of Death, Obituary, Cancer & Testament

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    This week on Third Eye Cinema: a true legend in death metal, the one and only James Murphy!


    The first, and perhaps only true guitar hero in the death metal genre, James debuted as a touring member of classic speed metallers Agent Steel, and in short order found himself performing on a number of key albums in the glory days of death metal: Death's Spiritual Healing, Obituary's Cause of Death, Cancer's Death Shall Rise, and his own Disincarnate with Dreams of the Carrion Kind, as well as being a ubiquitous guest soloist on any number of albums recorded by legendary producer Scott Burns at Florida's Morrisound studios!


    After appearing on a few well respected records from Bay Area thrashers Testament, James turned his hand towards a pair of solo records and a new career in production, before hitting a devastating setback no one could have predicted.  


    Now back on track and working as both producer and musician on a number of projects (including a planned Disincarnate album!), we chat with James about everything from soup to nuts, from his earliest days in music through the heyday of death metal and right up to the present day!


    Join us as we speak to James Murphy, only here on Third Eye Cinema!


    Week 85 (Sun. July 13) with James Murphy of Death, Obituary, Cancer, Testament and Disincarnate


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  • 00:43

    Third Eye Cinema 5/25/14 with Dianne Van Giersbergen of Xandria

    in Entertainment

    This week on Third Eye Cinema: the lovely Dianne Van Giersbergen joins us to talk a new renaissance in gothic metal!


    Coming to the attention of metal fans as a founding member of experimental progressive act Ex Libris, she now brings her operatically dramatic lyric, nigh-bel canto soprano tones to bear in conjunction with a longstanding gothic metal act whose sound has taken a decided turn for the better!


    With their recent Sacrificium building and improving upon 2012's already impressive Neverworld's End, they join a growing number of veteran acts such as Leaves Eyes and Delain whose latest releases spearhead what's looking to be a long awaited revitalization of the scene, hearkening back to it's early to mid millenial heyday!  


    Please do join us as we speak to a leading light in the restoration of the gothic symphonic metal scene to its former glories, the lovely and talented Dianne Van Giersbergen, only here on Third Eye Cinema!


    Week 82 (Sun. May 25) - Dianne Van Giersbergen of Xandria


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  • 00:55

    The Week In Reviews - RoSfest - George Roldan

    in Music

    The most anticipated music festival of 2014, the legendary RoSfest, will take place this year May 2-4, 2014, and will feature progressive rock icons Caravan, Beardfish, Collage, Clepsydra, Sound Of Contact and others! The Rites of Spring Festival, or RoSfest as it's commonly called, is an annual progressive rock festival held every spring in Gettysburg, PA. RoSfest is in its 11th year, and are thrilled to be presenting UK prog icons Caravan, who has not performed in the US in many years, along with 9 other amazing bands this year. RoSfest has always been at the forefront of bringing new and upcoming progressive rock bands to an American audience, while also bringing in bands that were at their peak during the heyday of prog rock in the 70's. This year's lineup features 10 bands over three days, with Friday night's show featuring Clepsydra (Switzerland) and Caravan (UK). Saturday's show features Elephants of Scotland (US), Sound of Contact (UK), Thank You Scientist (US), and Beardfish (Sweden). Sunday's lineup features Fright Pig (US), Red Sand (Canada), Subsignal (Germany), and Collage (Poland). All three days feature a strong lineup with a mix of different sounds and styles within progressive rock.


    As RoSfest enters its 11th year, I will be sitting down with its founder George Roldan.


     

  • 01:23

    Military Monday with John D. Gresham – The Kissing Sailor

    in Military

    Modern photojournalism as we know it today, has its roots in Antebellum America during the mid-1800s.  Evolved in the crucible of the American Civil War, photojournalism at its best is able to do something that audio, motion pictures and video cannot: capturing moments in time and create an iconic memory for the ages. Nowhere was this more true, then during the heyday of film-based image capture in World War II. Courageous and daring combat photojournalists like Robert Capa, Joe Rosenthal and Capt. Edward Steichen risked their lives around the world to capture the iconic images that defined combat during that era for a generation of Americans. But it was a single photograph, captured on the final day of World War II, in of all places Times Square, that every American associates with VJ ( Victory Over Japan) Day: Alfred Eisenstadt's classic The Kissing Sailor. Made world-famous by its publication in LIFE Magazine, The Kissing Sailor stood as proof to a weary America that the war was over, and peace was at hand.


    To learn more about The Kissing Sailor, join military historian, author and journalist John D. Gresham (@greshamj01) for Military Monday at 1 p.m. Eastern. His guests this week are U.S. Naval Institute Press (@USNIPress) authors Lawrence Verria and George Galdorisi (@GeorgeGaldorisi), the writers of the book, The Kissing Sailor. Together they will discuss this famous photo, along with the search for the sailor and nurse who encountered Mr. Eisenstadt and his camera that August day. Listeners are encouraged to call and offer questions and about one of the most iconic images ever captured on film.


    For more: http://www.usni.org/store/books/aircraft-reference/american-fighters/kissing-sailor

  • 01:30

    Alfa Bits

    in Comedy

    Episode 140


    "Alfa Bits"


    John’s been shot, and Marc and John talk phone signatures, reply-times for emails, food allergies and Marc’s new guilty pleasure “Adventures in Jedi School”. Columbo in the classroom, Julia Child on the battlefield, Ah-nuld with cats and Mickey Mouse catching a bus all make appearances in an hilarious round of the improvisational impression game “Impress Me” and the gang have a fruity, meaty End of Show Food segment.


    Special guest: From the legendary disco band "CHIC" and smash hit songs like "Le Freak" and "Dance, Dance, Dance" we welcome former lead singer and charming lady Alfa Anderson! She talks all things Chic (including an exclusive amazing fact about the band in its heyday), her friendship with Luther Vandross (including an amazing impression of him not to be missed) and dishes on the inside backstory of the smash hit "Le Freak"! Plus---what's ahead for the famous singer with her own music.

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