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  • 01:13

    Dirty Business of Rhythm and Blues Music

    in History

    Joel Selvin will discuss his book Here Comes the Night.

  • 01:21

    Feeling the 'Blues'?, J Barnes drops it on Ya

    in Entertainment

    I hope you are feeling the 'Blues', cause Rhythm and Blues man, J. Barnes says he's dropin' in to put it on us!!. Let's hear what he is up to, where's he been, what he's working on now and listen to the new much requested album that is sure to be a sensation. Join us here on EFT Radio on blogtalk, August 16th @ 7pm EST at www.blogtalkradio.com/eftradio2 or call in and talk to Jackie at 713-955-0783.

  • 00:35

    Memorial Monday

    in Social Networking

    Memorial Monday in full effect. We remembering R&B hits from the 80s, you know them 80s baby! Tune in with Ms. Mack and DJ Tore Roc when we remember the best of rhythm and blues from the year we were rendered. Let's just be honest, let's just be real

  • 02:01

    "RHYTHM & THE BLUES"

    in Entertainment

    Are you ready for some ear candy? Majid Kakka and Steve Acho will be on live to discuss their musical carrers and accomplishments. We may even get blessed with an acapella. In our second segment, we have gambling in the community. From sports books to the casino, gambling has taken a toll on our community. Why, and how can we end this trend? Mike Sarafa, president of Bank of Michigan, and, Ban Abbo, licensed therapist, will be on hand to discuss this community crisis. Listeners are encouraged to call in @ 347-857-3847.
     

  • 01:10

    A Conversation with Martha Reeves

    in Lifestyle

    From the outset, Martha Reeves’ voice possessed an earthy, direct quality that distinguished her from other female singers - such as sultry Mary Wells or demure Diana Ross - at Motown. Her voice bore the righteous fervor of gospel and the flinty edginess of rhythm & blues, which, combined with Motown’s stylized pop-soul approach, made for a compelling package. Together with her backup singers, the Vandellas, Reeves recorded a classic run of singles in the mid-Sixties, most of them composed by the songwriting team of Brian Holland, Lamont Dozier and Eddie Holland. The Vandellas’ hit streak included what may be the definitive Motown anthem, “Dancing in the Street,” as well as such danceable blockbusters as “(Love Is Like a) Heat Wave,” “Nowhere to Run” and “Jimmy Mack.”  This conversation is a real treat for our listening audience and those who loved Motown back in the day.

  • 00:26

    Episode 22 Journey-In-Rhythm: Greet and Meet "Honey Talking" w/ Black Businesses

    in Radio

    Greetings!


     


    We as a nation must support our own people, family, and friends. There are no excuses why our spending power circulates corporate slavery. The "Token Black" is an expendable, tax write-off, and a threat to the American Industry Corporate Structure...


     


    We are going to connect those black businesses with black job seekers, FACT!


     


    Those who need to align their Okra/Okraa, to concentrate their energy, in fulfilling their function in Life can use the tools included in our website and suggested by selected guest speakers.


    Home - Journey In Rhythm


    (Guest Call-in (602) 753-1598 11:00am Saturdays or listen to Past Episodes by clicking links on our website)


     


    !!!! With Great Respect for Amen/Amenet Akanfo People Unite !!!!


     


    PEACE,

  • 02:00

    News and Views that will give you the Blues

    in Military

    What is the world coming to? Each week the show becomes more and more like a support group for conservatives. "Hi, my name is Joe and I am addicted to Liberty."

  • 00:49

    Rhythm & Rhymes/Pam and Qu Show

    in Lifestyle

    Rhyme & Rhymes Show with Milton Bryan Mac 9pm- 10pm EST. Playing old and new school reggae and other genre of music.


    Pam and Qu Show...Keeping it real with real talk, 10pm - 11pm EST

  • Get Real! with Mark and Kally - Color Code Focus, The Blues

    in Self Help

    The Color Code by Taylor Hartman goes beyond the normal personality profile, it tells you why you do what you do.  When you understand your motives, then you can understand yourself better and the people around you, improving your relationships.  


    The 'Blues' driving core motive is intimacy and conncetions.  Their natural gifts are quality and service.  They are naturally focused on quality and creating strong relationships.  Blues think emotionally.


    Join us and learn about the Blues in your life - even if that Blue is you.  We have a special expert with us - Mark - he is a 'true Blue'.  While he was in the hotel business, his focus and specialty was quality and service.  All his hotels ranked in the top for quality and service soon after he got there.  He was a natural.  


    Mark and Kally


    Indigo Mountain:  Wellness, Toys & Gifts


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  • 01:26

    THE FUNKY RHYTHM CONNECTION with DONALD GRAMMER

    in Radio

         A musical maze of magic, a show of hands, but the ears seem to be quicker.  The new blend, jazz fusion and segues so unique your mind will be spinning in joy. Couple that with the right delicacies, the perfect beverage for your taste buds, then your promise will be melody equity - soothing concoctions and the potion of soul and blues too, if you want.  Toss it around like a soul salad, and see if you are not robbed of your tensions and anguish, because music sooths the savage beast, and the funky rhythm connection (FRC) sooths every nerve ending to romantic and melodic elation.  Are you ready?  Donald Grammer is your conductor.

  • The44thAngieBowieBarnett&RickHuntRadioShow+CHRIS&VIVIENDAIR#44

    in Entertainment

    'CrossRoads to Freedom' defines Chris Dair's high-octane and sultry guitar playing and song-writing. Asked whether he played other instruments, "Yeah, I play bass, drums, percussion, harmonica, and some keyboard, and anything else I can get a good sound out of!" Dair, a French resident, brings the extremes of world musical guitar disciplines: Flamenco & the Blues to his musical compostion.   "Blues has this rawness, a simplicity and an undisguised passion in it’s expression of life’s experiences. I play many different styles of music, but my whole core of what I do comes from the blues, whether it be a Fusion Jazz or an Eastern improvisational piece, or a percussion piece it contains elements of the blues that grew up with me." Chris was captivated  by the genius of Jimi Hendrix and his musical university were the performers who filled London's venues, night-clubs and concer halls to inspire and thrill his performance. All these experiences have gifted is his guitar passion remarkable albums and hundreds of studio hours in film and television soundtrack recording.  In an interview with Glen when asked about Music. Chris replied: "It’s like breathing, if I stop, I die. I’ve been playing all my life and I could never give it up, that would be unthinkable. It’s more exciting now for me than it ever was. I wouldn’t know what to do if I didn’t have my music and didn‘t play. For me, what else is there?" Vivian Dair says of her musical experience: 'Melody and lyrics work together to tell a story of what life has given me. I sing with a celtic influence which I couldn't explain until I found that I have an Irish great grandmother, which kind of clarifies that for me. My style includes Psychedelic Blues Rock, Folk Rock, Ballads and so on. I am not influenced by anyone musically, I like all sorts of music, from Aaron Neville to Rammstein !'

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