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Can green enterprise revitalize America’s most distressed communities? Meet entrepreneur Tyrone Mullins and his peers in low-income urban neighborhoods who tell their stories, speak the truth about waste, and mobilize many thousands of residents to recycle and compost for the first time. By showing documentary stories and organizing discussions with property managers, community leaders, public officials and policy makers, our work secures contracts and creates jobs, reducing landfill waste by 50%. Each Green Streets worker recycles approximately 20,000 gallons of waste per month, and becomes a steward of his or her community.
In neighborhoods plagued by drugs and turf conflicts, enterprising young men and women who used to think they were unemployable are becoming beacons of hope.
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Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn
Victor Records: Ramona
Gene Austin – Ramona
Girl of My Dreams
Joseph C. Smith Ramona
All credit due to the artist, musicians and Record Companies
No profit or income derived from this podcast.
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Gene Austin – Ramona / Girl of My Dreams
Victor Talking Machine Co. 21334 Recorded 4/2/1928 (Camden, New Jersey. Church Bldg.).
Released: Jun 1928
Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM
Composed By Mabel Wayne Lyrics by L. Wolfe Gilbert
B: Girl of My Dreams
Written By Sunny Clapp
Pressed By Victor Pressing Plant, Oakland
Conductor Nathaniel Shilkret
Organ Nathaniel Shilkret (tracks: B), Viola Klaiss (tracks: A)
Tenor Vocals – Gene Austin
Whistling Robert MacGimsey (tracks: B)
“Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn
1940s Columbia, 1919 Victor
Lambert Murphy Tell Me
Harry James and His Orchestra When You're A Long, Long Way from Home
Dick Jurgens and His Orchestra I Won't Be Home Anymore When You Call
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ALL credit is due to the Artists, Companies, locations and everyone else.
All on Shellac 10” 78 RPM
Lambert Murphy Tell Me / Yearning
Label: Blue Victor 45171
A: Tell Me
Lambert Murphy American tenor, born 15 April 1885 in Springfield, Massachusetts , died 24 July 1954 in Hancock, New Hampshire. He was a popular recording artist for the Victor Talking Machine Company
Tenor with Orchestra.
Recorded 9/17/1919 (Camden, New Jersey).
Harry James and His Orchestra – When You're A Long, Long Way from Home / Strictly Instrumental
Columbia 36579 1942
A: When you’re A Long, Long Way from Home
B: Strictly Instrumental
Dick Jurgens and His Orchestra I Won't Be Home Anymore When You Call / Cecilia
Label: Columbia 37342
R date: 1947
A: I Won't Be Home Anymore When You Call
Vocals [Vocal Chorus] Al Galante Written By Fairman & Jurgens
Vocals [Vocal Chorus] Ronnie Kemper Written By Dreyer & Ruby
Dick Henry Jurgens born Sacramento California (January 9, 1910 – October 5, 1995) was an American swing music bandleader, in the late 1930s to early 1940s.
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Tune in tonight, Kate Baltzell of Trees Atlanta stops in to share the history and mission since 1985 of addressing tree loss, protecting trees and creating green space. Listen to hear how this organization has made a impact on Atlanta 96,000 trees later.
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The man who started it all join us to talk Friday the 13th on Monday, May 18th. No, not Sean Cunningham. Victor Miller! Perhaps the most important piece to the entire Friday the 13th puzzle comes in to talk about creating the story for the movie that would start the 80's camp slasher craze. The Friday the 13th Retrospective has been INCREDIBLE and this one will be no different! Tune in as the Louisville Town Drunks get into their usual brand of mischif while simultaneously putting on one hell of a show! Don't miss it!
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Contemporary jazz vocalist, Victor Fields, joins forces with smooth jazz guitarist, Chris Camozzi, for a head-bobbing and soulful rendition of a Lou Rawls classic! The Lou Rawls Project is a sultry, bluesy and easy swinging set featuring lush, sophisticated re-imaginings of ten Rawls classics. Victor's rich gauzy tenor and his ability to move seamlessly between the blues, jazz, R&B and Pop prompted the legendary Lou Rawls to call him “the man with the golden voice” and the Los Angeles Times to describe him as "a stylistically accomplished singer who deserves much more attention."
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Show # 270 - Live, Uncut & Uncensored Conversations With "Musicians You Should Know"
Slam Allen began his musical journey performing in the family band, The Allen Brothers before spending nine years as guitarist, lead singer and frontman for the legenday James Cotton. Now, his new album Feel These Blues is showcasing Slam as his own man, forging a new trail. Slam and I will talk about his journey and we will explore his many influences and what it feels like to influence the new generation of Blues Artists.
Anthony Gomes was raised in Toronto and began plying in his early teens.In the late 90's he moved to Chicago and had a brief stint with Magic Slim & The Teardrops before he was recognised as "Best Unsigned Blues Band" by Buddy Guy's Legends. His music has charted on Billboard, been awarded numerous accolades and awards and now Anthony has release Electric Field Hollar with a dozen original tracks. Anthony and I will discuss his career.
In addition to his solo albums, Jason Ricci has appeared as a guest harmonica player on albums with Johnny Winter, Ana Popovic, Walter Trout, & The Mannish Boys among others. He was named "Best Harmonica Player" at the 2010 Blues Music Awards, and has won a Grammy Award for his contribution to the 2014 Johnny Winter album Step Back. In February 2015, Ricci began a national tour with a new band named Jason Ricci and the Bad Kind. I will speak with Jason about his road, which has not always been so smooth.
WORLD PREMIER - Victor Wainwright returns to The Couch to share his upcoming release Boom Town two weeks before it drops! The album is a winner and Victor and I will discuss the last year of touring and getting healthy and more.