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  • 00:37

    Percussion’s Brightest Pioneer – The Amazing Lisa Pegher

    in Business

    Some innovations are so powerful they require a separate business to present them.  Host Bart Jackson’s guest, musician Lisa Pegher has shattered the old symphonic mold of drummers and percussionists languishing in the orchestra’s back row, like accompanying wallpaper.  Noted as one of the top six performers of her generation, the inventive Ms. Pegher has taken her virtuoso percussionist talents out to stage front, in concert of with the nation’s top symphonic orchestras.  Yet even these superb musicians cannot quite keep pace.  To better showcase her ever-evolving compositions, Lisa has formed Controlled Chaos, a new band that is in demand in both traditional and avant musical venues.  Tune in and discover the business strategies of moving a revolutionary sound into global prominence in the competitive world of performance.  Also, for your delight, savor a taste of the newest array of percussive music.

  • 01:00

    Broadway Actress Mary Michael on Evolving Your Dreams as You Grow

    in Art

    How do we allow our dreams to evolve as we grow, so that our dreams stay fresh? Join us as Broadway Actress and Yoga Teacher Mary Michael talks about acting, yoga, creativity, and well-being.


    Mary Michael is a New York based actress, singer, dancer, and Yoga teacher.  She grew up in Texas, and graduated summa cum laude with her BFA in Musical Theatre from the University of Michigan.  Since then she has performed on Broadway in ANYTHING GOES and THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA (Christine Daae).  Mary Michael has performed across the country at theaters including the Denver Center, Syracuse Stage, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, Asolo Repertory, the St. Louis MUNY, Music Theatre Wichita, Casa Manana Theatre, and Carnegie Hall.  She has been a featured soloist with the Fairfax Symphony Orchestra, and the American Pops Orchestra.  Mary Michael holds certifications in Restorative and Yin Yoga, and is studying the effects of the subtle body on our creativity and over all well being.  She lives in Queens with her fiancee Cary, and dog Massimo.

  • 00:20

    Glenn Miller and Tito Schipa My 20 cents of Music

    in Classical Music

    Playing Forgotten Music of the old 78 records      S3productions


    Glenn Miller and Tito Schipa  My 20 cents of Music 


    Glenn Miller & His Orchestra ‎– It Was Written In the Stars


    Johnson Rag


    Tito Schipa Rigoletto-La Donna e mobile (Woman is Fickle)


    O Sole Mio (My Sunshine)


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     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


    Glenn Miller & His Orchestra ‎– It Was Written In the Stars / Johnson Rag


    Black Label: Bluebird  ‎– B-10498


    Record Company – RCA Manufacturing Co., Inc.


    Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM 


    Released: 1939


    Genre: Jazz


    A: It Was Written In the Stars


    Vocals [Refrain] – Ray Eberle Composer – Cole Porter


    Side A - From the musical production, "Dubarry Was a Lady".


    B: Johnson Rag


    Composer – Guy Hall, Henry Kleinkauf


    Red net. 11:30 P.M. A band remote from The Cafe Rouge of the Hotel Pennsylvania, New York City. The first tune is, "Johnson Rag."  According to http://www.oldtimeradiodownloads.com/


    Glenn Miller - Glenn Miller's Music 40-01-05 First Song


    Victor Records 1099


    A: Rigoletto-La Donna e mobile (Woman is Fickle)


    Act 3 Verdi


    Performed by Tito Schipa


    Tenor with orchestra in Italian


    B: O Sole Mio (My Sunshine)


    Giovanni Composers Capurro – Eduardo Di Capua


    Performed by Tito Schipa


    Tito Schipa 27 December 1888 – 16 December 1965) was an Italian tenor di grazia

  • 00:23

    Tuesday Night Tunes

    in Music

    Playing Forgotten Music of the old 78 records      S3productions


    Tuesday Night Tunes  Frankie Laine, Mills Brothers, Renato Zanelli 


    Frankie Laine That Lucky Old Sun


    I Get Sentimental Over Nothing


    Mills Brothers ‎Too Many Irons in the Fire


    I Guess I'll get the Papers 


    Renato Zanelli ‎– La Spagnola (The Spanish Dancer)


     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


    Frankie Laine ‎ That Lucky Old Sun / I Get Sentimental Over Nothing


    Label: Mercury ‎5316   1949


    A: That Lucky Old Sun


    Vocals Judd Conlon's Rhythmaires


    Composer Smith Gillespie


    B: I Get Sentimental Over Nothing


    Written By – Cole Allton


    Credits Orchestra  Harry Geller & His Orchestra


    Piano  Carl Fischer


    Vocals  Frankie Laine


    Mills Brothers ‎Too Many Irons in the Fire / I Guess I'll Get the Papers 


    Personality Series Decca 23638 1946


    A: Too Many Irons in the Fire


    Composer Johnny S. Black


    B: I Guess I'll get the Papers (And Go Home)


    Composers– Dick Rogers, Hal Kanner, Hughie Prince


    Renato Zanelli  La Spagnola (The Spanish Dancer)


    Victrola ‎– 64834


    Record Company – Victor Talking Machine Co.


    Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM, Single Sided 


    Released: 1919


    A: La Spagnola (The Spanish Dancer)


    Baritone Vocals – Renato Zanelli


    Composer– Nathan H. Dole, Vincenzo Di Chiara

  • 02:02

    the story of Ruth Lipschits-de-Leeuwe WW2 & holocaust survivor

    in Spirituality

    I was born in Haifa, Palestine, in November 1936. Palestine then was a British Mandate. In 1933 my parents got married and immediately emigrated to Palestine. They both were Jewish and very idealistic and part of a Zionistic movement. My father has been a busdriver and musician in the Palestine Philharmonic Orchestra. In 1939 my parents decided to travel – by boat – to the Netherlands to show me to the family. I was 2 ½ years old and I don’t have any memories of Palestine. We have been 8 weeks on a boat. In February 1940 my brother Ruben has been born in Rotterdam; we were living near to our family. The next very dramatic happening in my life was the German bombardment of the city of Rotterdam. For the whole of the Netherlands the real beginning of the Second World War. This I can remember very well. I was completely hysterical. We had to leave Rotterdam and found a short shelter with friends in the center of the country. I remember almost permanently sitting under the table, refusing to eat, being terribly frightened. Then the organization of the Resistance found us a house in Bennekom near the rest of our family in a village were a lot of Jews were accepted to live temporarily. One of my last nice memories before hiding was the visit of my grandmother, arriving in a coach with horses, celebrating our half a year birthday. (I have been born on the birthday of my grandmother). That was the last time I ever saw her and I deeply loved her. After the war my parents found out that she was gassed in concentration camp Auschwitz (15 oktober 1942, 61 years old). About two months later my mother told me that my brother and I were going to stay with a very nice aunt for a while – no, and I didn’t know her. No, we could not take any toys with us.


     


     

  • 03:00

    Alien Contact Org Presents Bret Sheppard Lunar Anomalist Researcher

    in Entertainment

    Bret C. Sheppard (Founder of the Lunar Anomaly Research Society)


    In 1982, Bret Colin Sheppard was 15 years of age and an aspiring art student, when he was asked to stay after school with another art student and view a slide show presentation of some very strange art. The woman who showed him this art was from SRI, Stanford Research Institute and Bret felt a strange sense of deja’ vu as he was shown the images and he never forgot the experience. Bret went on to have a professional career in art, his art style being of a surrealistic type, a dream scape of the mind.


    Years later, Bret is strangely compelled to pursue research into space images of the moon. He founds the Lunar Anomaly Research Society and, along with other anomalists, peruses lunar imagery looking for structures, unnatural architecture and other types of anomalies. Then, he is confronted with an image that stirs his memory and he is seeing an image that he remembers seeing as a teenager in that darkened room. This sends him on a quest, looking for more of this surreal, embedded imagery that is found in hundreds of space mission photography. Over time, Bret becomes convinced he is seeing what may be extraterrestrial or extradimensional (ET/ED) beings in contact with humanity by embedding imagery into space photographs using advanced holographic technique. He has not created the imagery but rather finds it and highlights it as a unique art form. He discovered the subject matter this art is based on, visualizes it, and then colorizes it to share with others. At first, he shares this with his Lunar Anomaly Research Society (LARS) cohorts. Now this fascinating imagery is available in this volume for others to enjoy.


     

  • 00:47

    Interview with Benita Hill

    in Country Music

    Songwriter, singer, recording artist, documentary producer, television personality, motivational speaker-these are just a few of the many colored hats that Benita Hill wears on her creative journey.


    The former background vocalist for the Allman Brothers has written number one songs for Garth Brooks ("Two Pina Coladas" & "It's Your Song") and her songs have been covered by artists in multiple genres-the legendary Isaac Hayes, gospel jazz saxophonist Kirk Whalum, country songbird Crystal Gayle and many more.Her music has appeared in Broadway musicals, television and radio commercials (she’s the voice of “Santa Baby”for Jaguar Automobiles) and she has released six critically acclaimed CDs of her original jazz/pop inflected songs.


    Three of her songs,co-written with Julia Rich,are performed worldwide as part of the Glenn Miller orchestra’s standard repertoire. Most recently, her documentary The Healing Power of A Song premiered nationally on the Blue Highways television network.She also tours with a seminar of the same name, encouraging others to pursue their unique creative voice by following the music of their hearts.

  • 00:30

    GET an A+ in COUNTRY, a fine President, with 120,000,000 write-In Ballots: Curti

    in Elections

    at your own back door, in your lap, tapping you on your shoulder, crawling into your mind: me, I as President and if you don’t know why as of now – you are in grave danger, grave danger as in A FEW GOOD MEN and forget this Capitalization as screaming. I am screaming at the top of the pinnacle of our Country’s highest peak: the Dome of the Capital, the Top Steps to our Supreme Court, the Balcony of the White House. When are you ever going to listen to the best voice in our Nation. FLINT; RIKERS ISLAND; GEORGE WAHINGTON BRIDGE; HILLARY CLINTON’s SERVER; DESERT VISTA HIGH SCHOOL, ROUSEY’s RING; TRACK PALIN; SARAH PALIN; DONALD TRUMP; TED CRUZ and ALL the REST of the POLITICIANS for standing, sitting, joking aside the Stats Of Our Union, already in the OUTHOUSE, in the TOILET, in the SUMP PUMP, DOWN THE DRAIN. AMERICANS WAKE UP or forever hold your peace and pieces of regret. I am serious; not overboard; sensitve; not surreal; honest, a victim, compassionate, a thinker, hope. you clap for Hillary Clinton at Last Noght’s Cuomo’s Presentation – are you crazy or just plain tolerant of people who get away with things. You and I will come to agree – be on the same pages – unless, you or I will come to an end. What is it going to be, Today on every newspaper’s front page, on every radio broadcast, on every TV news station, in everyone’s heart and mind – US with me as President for you, our Country and the sake of the World, including our Earth and our co-inhabitants. I am ready for this oversized task owing to your poor past choices of Party & President. 

  • 00:30

    SALON des Refuses a Creative Conversation with Renee Baker-

    in Visual Arts

    Renee Baker is a composer, conductor, ensemble leader, violinist, and violist, Renée Baker composes and performs across cultural boundaries. A member of the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians, she has founded or led 13 contemporary music projects, including the Chicago Modern Orchestra Project, FAQtet, Mantra Blue Free Orchestra, and Red Chai. 


    Currently honing her compositions skills developing her painted score exploratriorum pieces for ensembles of 100 plus, Ms. Baker is in demand as a lecturer and expert in nontraditional composition techniques as well as large ensemble comprovisation/improvisation development.


    She exhibits in Cologne, Berlin, Netherlands, London as well as Chicago.We are asking Renee to express her social imagination and how she shares these visions with the world, and her participatory art projects, social activism, black- experimentalism.


    Uplifting Music: Listening to music  that not only has a soothing melody, but an uplifting message, can be great   for developing positive self-talk. Have you ever had a song ‘stuck in your   head’ for a few hours or days, the lyrics repeating themselves in your mind?   If those lyrics were positive and inspirational, that would be a good thing.  

  • 00:11

    Sunday Morning songs for my buddy Bob to sleep by

    in Music

    Playing Forgotten Music of the old 78 records      S3productions


    Sunday Morning songs for my buddy Bob to sleep by  


    Perry Como ‎– You're Just in Love / It's A Lovely Day Today


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     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


    Perry Como ‎– You're Just in Love / It's A Lovely Day Today


    Label: RCA Victor ‎– 20-3945


    Pressed By – RCA Records Pressing Plant, Camden


    Released: 1950


    Genre: Pop


    Style: Vocal


    A: You're Just in Love


    B: It's a Lovely Day Today


    Orchestra – Mitchell Ayres & His Orchestra


    Vocals – The Fontane Sisters


    Pierino Ronald "Perry" Como (May 18, 1912 – May 12, 2001) was an American singer and television personality. During a career spanning more than half a century, he recorded exclusively for RCA Victor after signing with the label in 1943 "Mr. C.", as he was nicknamed, sold millions of records for RCA and pioneered a weekly musical variety television show, which set the standards for the genre and proved to be one of the most successful in television history.


     

  • 00:29

    Saturday night Songs just because

    in Music

    Playing Forgotten Music of the old 78 records      S3productions


    Patti Page ‎– The Tennessee Waltz


    Henry King & his Orchestra A Fine Romance


    The way you look tonight


    Eddy Howard & His Orchestra ‎– A Penny A Kiss - A Penny A Hug


    I Still Feel the Same about You


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     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


    Patti Page ‎– The Tennessee Waltz


    Mercury 5534 (3952)


    Composers Roy Acuff,and ??Rose


    Pee Wee King –Redd Stewart


    Orchestra conducted by Jack Reef      


    Year: 1950


    A: A Fine Romance


    Henry King and his Orchestra


    B: The way you look tonight


    Composers Jerome Kern-Dorothy Fields


    Decca, [1936] Recorded in Los Angeles on August 2, 1936


    Side A. - matrix DLA-501 ;


    B: The way you look tonight


    Side B -- matrix DLA-496


    Eddy Howard & His Orchestra ‎– A Penny A Kiss - A Penny A Hug / I Still Feel the Same about You


    Label: Mercury ‎– 5567


    Released: 1951


    Genre: Jazz


    Style: Big Band


    A: A Penny A Kiss - A Penny A Hug


    Composers Kaye-Care


    Vocals Eddy Howard & trio


    B: I Still Feel the Same about You


    Composers Manning & Reid


    Charted 02/17/1951. Peaked at #14 U.S. Billboard