I found a bunch of great music for this next edition of Centripetal Sounds. I went to a watering hole in Des Moines last week and bought a CD by The Sundogs, and I am happy to lead off the show with this great working band. Since I am bringing about three hours worth of music to play, I guess anthing can happen after that, but I do know I will be playing music by the following people new to my shows: Arlo McKinley and The Lonesome Sounds, JD Loudermilk, James Burton, and Hayden Thompson. I have new-to-me music by John Hartford and some oldies but goodies from Aerosmith, David Gilmour, Joe Walsh, The Pretenders, and Elvis Costello. Hey, lets find ourselves having a party and listening to tunes together. The G Man
the psychedelic musical wave of the late 60s has peaked, but its influence lives on. in fact psychedelic music is alive and well today.
this week i'll share psychedelic sounds from the last few years.
to the left is/are tame impala. tripster yes, and they can play, write, and sing with anyone.
still based on recreating the experiences of psychedelic experiences, you may be surprised to hear psychedelic tracks from artists as diverse as r&b sylist janelle monae and country-western uber outlaw, sturgill simpson. not to mention new music from classic trippers, pink floyd.
After two weeks on the road, I am more convinced than ever that ChefsFeed is the one go-to app to have on your smart phone if you want the best restaurant recommendations. The content on the site is chef-driven, and top name chefs, too.
The app is clearly focussed on presenting you concise information on where the best chefs like to eat, and what their favorite dishes are on the menu. Jared Rivera, co-founder of ChefsFeed is my guest on the first half of the show. Did you know that people can still get gout? Listen in and find out how Jared and gout had two encounters.
Dale Bell is the Principal, Co-Founder, and Executive Producer of Media and Policy Center www.mediapolicycenter.org. Mr. Bell has been producing progams for Public Television since the early 60's focusing on leveraging media for social justice. His latest film is Homes on the Range, "the New Pioneers." http://vimeo.com/84159445 Mr. Bell was a producer of the film, Woodstock and is an Ashoka Fellow.
(See URL to playlist below). After an opening set of cover songs honoring THE DOORS, DJ Andy shares another live program with 100% new tracks. Singer-songwriter spotlights shine on Danish artist Agnes Obel and LA based duo Sweet Talk Radio who we hope will return to Fairfield for performance in 2015. The Electric Peanut Butter Company, offers retro psychedelic music from the 2013 CD, Trans-Atlantic Psych Classics Vol.2.
In the second-hour Chill Session, you will hear international musicians assembled for the 2014 CD Putumayo Yoga Lounge: All India Radio, Jai Uttal, Maneesh DeMoor, and Stevin McNamara. Other soothing contributors include Banzai Republic, Rocket Empire and Kyau vs. Albert.
Award season is ferociously upon us and amidst all the glamor and glitter in Hollywood is the art of everything that makes movies. 2014 has been a tremendous year for music scores. Listen to the best: Alexandre Desplat is nominated for two Oscars, "The Imitation Game" and "The Grand Budapest Hotel" Will he finally win the big trophy? Hans Zimmer's "Intersteller", Johann Johannsson's "The Theory of Everything", Antonio Sanchez's "Birdman" (an all percussion score), Gary Yershon's "Mr. Turner", and uniform praise for Mica Levi's unsettling, atmospheric score to "Under The Skin" will be played.
Also, "How to Train Your Dragon2" and "The Boxtrolls" nominated for Animated Feature Films; "Whiplash" and "Nightcrawler" have nominated catagories.
Wed January 28, 3-4pm.
Cultivate strategies for handling career and other (sometimes unexpected) life changes, Executive Life Coach Kate McGuinness advises. During this hour, Kate shares tools she's acquired for successfully weathering transitions. She honed these tools while facing her own career challenges and while earning life coaching certification at the Hudson Institute of Coaching in Santa Barbara, California. The linear path of career change versus the cycle of renewal model of change is one topic Kate explores. Others include identifying core values, reframing, experimentation, cocooning, and the role emotion plays during decisionmaking. Kate also shares titles of many books she and her clients consult during times of transition.
Joie Chen is the latest high-profile TV news reporter to join Al Jazeera America.
She'll discuss the recent shooting of Allen Locke, a Lakota native, who was killed in his own home by the Rapid City, South Dakota police department. The case is under investigation. She also talks about the three Al Jazeera reporters who have been held for over a year in Egypt on dubious charges.
Chen, a 10-year veteran of CNN, who has also worked for CBS Sunday covering the White House, is host of the cable network’s prime-time showcase, “America Tonight.”
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