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Join Me Issachar Bey with my Special Guest Robert Lee Camp. Robert Camp is an author, teacher and master astrologer. Among his clients, many of whom are well known names in Hollywood, he is known for the accuracy and insight of his personal readings. Robert has performed readings for Glenn Close, Rae Dawn Chong, Woody Harrelson, Mrs. Robin Williams, Aimee Osbourne, Mrs. Dick Van Patten, and Mrs. Merv Griffin as well as many producers. Robert has taught hundreds of seminars and appeared on hundreds of radio and television talk shows across the United States and Canada. Dee Jays have dubbed him “Mr. Destiny” as he amazes and delights their listening audiences with predictions about their lives and the lives of major celebrities and people in the news. Robert has appeared on over 1500 radio shows and has appeard as a guest on The Marilu Henner Show, The Maury Povich Show and the Roseanne Show.
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We welcome this month's guest, astrologer ASTROBARRY. Hear about the emerging field of Queer Astrology along with insights into the next six months that can help all of us be more informed and better prepared to get the most out of llife and our goals, hopes and dreams.
Astrobarry has been described as "a poet wrapped in an oracle wrapped in Woody Allen and then wrapped in the stars." Barry Perlman (astrobarry) is an intuitive astrologer who’s been counseling clients worldwide for more than a decade. Since 2002, he’s shared his astrological wisdom on his website where thousands of visitors enjoy his weekly “horoscopes that keep it real” and other writings. Barry has spoken on Queer Astrology topics around the country. He holds a B.A. in English (Duke, 1995) and a Master’s in Interdisciplinary Humanities (NYU, 1999). Barry also co-owns The Sacred Well, a metaphysical shop in Oakland, CA.
Shoot the Moon has been climbing to the top of the indie rock scene with the release of their latest EP "THE FIRST". Shoot the Moon has received hours of airtime on some of the biggest Internet Radio Stations, which has garnered the band fans from around the world.
The songs on the new EP “THE FIRST” have been described as having gritty guitar laden hooks with melodic soloing and a solid rhythm section to top it off. With standout songs like "Part of Life" and "Friends" the music of Shoot the Moon will appeal to all music fans of rock and roll.
Shawn (Woody) Woodhouse – Lead Guitar & Lead Vocals
Lance Troian – Bass Guitar, Keys & Vocals
Phil Smith – Percussion
Don Dumas – Guitar & Vocals
All songs on “THE FIRST” written by
“Part of Life” by Woodhouse/Troian
Recorded at Coldroom Recording
All Songs Registered 2013 SOCAN
I often wonder if the staunch defense of problematic icons in marginalized communities is some sort of residual internalized self hate? Or desperation? Or both?
what would happen if we smashed all the pedestals of the rapists, misogynists, and domestic abusers in the black community?
Not to say these types of predators and abusers don't exist in white communities- but white people have more visibility and more options. I know Rape and domestic Violence are underreported in white communities as well, so we may well be consuming movies and music by abusers. But when consuming white media I can easily choose to watch horror movies not affiliated with Polanski. I can watch comedies not directed by woody Allen or starring Sean Penn.
But if I want to watch a nostalgic family friendly tv show featuring a black family and I ditch "the Cosby show"... I've got... "family matters". Those were the only 2 mainstream black family shows I remember from my childhood. Those were the only places I could watch people who looked like me, had hair like me, dealt with confusion about dating, family, growing up, and racism all at the same time.
Is that why the black community hesitates to shun abusers in our midst? Because we won't have any representation if we cut out the bad people? Or is it because we think we don't deserve better representation and we secretly believe the lies we've been fed about ourselves?
Is it a mix of both? Don't we deserve better? Both in terms of more representation and better role models?
Why don't we demand more for ourselves? Are we scared we don't deserve more or scared we won't get what we deserve?
Marshelle "Comedian Ms. Woody" Woodland grew up in St. Louis, Missouri. She's been developing her comedic art since the mid 1980's. As a college student at Southeast Missouri State University, Woody was inspired to make people laugh by Cedric the Entertainer when he used her as a subject in his stand-up act. Woody has performed with the likes of Jesse Taylor, Arvin Mitchell and many more. During a hiatus from comedy she worked two full-time jobs as a Bi-State bus driver and United States postal carrier. 15 years and 9 children later, she decided she had enough material in her surroundings to bring her art back to the public. Woody has co-hosted a radio programs with Bob Lawrence. She produced, promoted and sponsored The Annual Midwest "Show Me Funny" Comedy Competition. This event featured upcoming comedians from around the United States. She is focusing on the need for community improvement. Woody's main focus is the need for community members to encourage and support each other. By using her God-given gifts putting humor back into humanity, she feels, this is the key to open up the door for changes in communities. She is mostly motivated by the Mentors in her life. Especially, the one and only comedian/activist known around the world as Dick Gregory. It doesn't matter whether she is fundraising for charities, passing out water in extreme heat to the homeless or driving her kids to school events. Woody want to make Midwest "Show Me Funny" Entertainment the first venture incorporating multiple not for profit groups for a single purpose. Comedian Ms. Woody wants you to continue to smile out loud and let no one get in the way of your smile. Your failures lead to success. Join her in her COMEDY MOVEMENT, to HELP and HEAL THROUGH LAUGHTER.
I was buillied on Facebook this week for suggesting, just suggesting that Dylan Farrow forgive her step-father, Woody. When Dylan Farrow was 7 years old, strong allegations were made with eyewitness testimony by two babysitters that nearly confirmed that Dylan Farrow was sexually abused by Woody Allen. Mia Farrow swears by it. An op ed piece came out in the New York Times last year around the time Woody Allen received a lifetime achievement award. It was written by a 28 yr old Dylan Farrow that her father had indeed sexually assaulted her. Maureen Orth, a journalist who studied the situation, court testimony and doctor evaluations for 20 years wrote a 10 part list in Vanity Fair implying that Woody Allen was guilty by the surmountable evidence. Moses Farrow contends that his mother was on a hate rampage and brainwashed the kids into thinking Woody Allen had done it when he had not. Even so, we have all taken our bent on the subject matter and made our conclusions. I want to address the format I suggested the forgiveness in was probably not the wisest and apologize to the I support Dylan Farrow FB page.
Ian Finkel is regarded as the World’s Greatest Xylophone Virtuoso. He has appeared and written for such stars as Michael Feinstein, Sid Caesar, Ginger Rogers, Tito Puente, Larry Gatlin, Martin Mull, Madeline Kahn to name just a few. He has appeared on all major television stations, recorded for most record labels and has had successful concert tours in Japan, Korea, Canada, Mexico, England, Norway, Puerto Rico and throughout the U.S. Ian has collaborated with Philip Glass and has heard his works performed by numerous orchestras such as the American Symphony Orchestra and the Little Orchestra Society. Ian has performed in and written for numerous television shows, films, and live performances including: Love Laffs (Lifetime) with Tern Gar, Martin Mull (Showtime), Jerry Lewis Telethon, Woody Allen’s Radio Days, Emo Phillips, Judy Tenuta, Taj Mahal hotel (Atlantic City), Michael Feinstein on Broadway, Sid Caesar Show at the Village Vanguard and Broadway, Second Avenue to Broadway, Fyvush Finkel Live, Read-a-thon w/Sesame Street Players, Rainbow Wars (nominated for Academy Award), Songs from the Neighborhood (Grammy Award), It’s Up To All Of Us, Sophie Tucker In Person (Director,Writer, Orchestrator), Addicted to Show Business (Director, Writer, Arranger),Nick at Nite Music of Vic Mizzy (Adams Family, Green Acres), IBM Industrials,CNN Cable News, Port Authority, hundreds of colleges across the US andCanada (Juilliard, Manhattan School of Music, Peabody, etc.) Ian is thrilled to have his novels, Three Is The Charm, Sex Stories My Wife Told Me, Transmutation Blues and Vaudeville 1922 published by Denise Notermans, More4Many. www.ianfinkle.com
This week My Guest Are Sid Falck,Bob Barnak,Andrew Guthrie,Shawn Sanders,Steve Pogue Of Infectus 13 & Charles Woodard Of Kyrie Ellison
The Heavy Metal Mayhem Radio Show! Classic 80's Underground. 'Playing The Best Of All The Rest' Hosted By Mike 'The Big Cheese'
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“Forgotten music on 78 records" by Curt Hahn
Friday Night Rednecks and Russians
Jack Guthrie “Chained to a Memory “
I’m Tellin You
Bill Monroe Kentucky Waltz
Rocky Road Blues
Choir of the Red Army of the USSR “Song of the Plains
The White Whirlwind
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All Shellac 10” 78 rpm
Real Name: Leon Jerry Guthrie
Profile: American western singer-songwriter.
(13 November 1915 – 15 January 1948)
Capitol Black label 309
Jack Guthrie & His Oklahomans
Bill Monroe & His Blue Grass Boys – Rocky Road Blues / Kentucky Waltz
Kentucky Waltz orginal version (1) Clean up version 2
Columbia 20013, 1946
Choir of the Red Army of the USSR – Song of the Plains
Label: Columbia Blue Label DB1749
Arranged and Directed by A.V. Alexandroff
Sung in Russian Recorded in France
A: Song of the Plains
Cornet, Soloist – MK Lemechko Music by –Knipper Words by – Goussew
B: The White Whirlwind - Folk Song
Soloist [Tenor] – M. Pankow
The New York Jets continue to make moves as the team is bolstering up the offensive and defensive lines. What positions should the Jets address next? Are there any remaining free agents to pursue? Also at the #6 pick how much flexibility does Gang Green have? best player available? Trade up? Trade back?
Woody Johnson made some news with his comments on Geno Smith.. is he the Jets best option right now? Will there be a true competition? Call in with your opinions on the New York Jets!!
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Country star Woody Bradshaw is my guest today. Woody is a former sexy bad boy soap star who is now a rising star on the country Western scene.
His songs are great. They're a kind of country/AC sound. And he sings them really well. You'll hear some of them on the show, including monster hits, The Last Thing You Do and Friction, as well as It's Good to be Home, which, yeah, is a hokey title, but that doesn't make it any the less true or or less beautiful, and it's fast becoming the anthem of his home town, Pensacola, Florida.
media kit – http://www.squidmarkmedia.com/woodybradshaw/
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