Jimi Hendricks, The Early Years with Author Brad Schreiber
Highroad to Humanity
Jimi Hendrix's child hood was not a good one in many aspects but he loved music from the very beginning, it was in his soul! Brad Schreiber takes us back to Jimi's childhood and into his adulthood in his book, "Becoming Jimi Hendrix." On the show we discuss the many characters that influenced the life of Jimi Hendricks. He talks about his first guitar, and his love for sound. Brad tells us the real truth about what happened to Jimi and how he died tragically.Brad Schreiber has worked as a writer in all media, as well as producer, executive, director and actor. His book, Becoming Jimi Hendrix was called fascinating by the New York Times and selected for inclusion in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Library. He created the TV series North Mission Road, which ran for six seasons, based on his history of the LA Coroner, Death in Paradise. His website is www.BradSchrieber.com to check out all of his books and projects.
Author Brad Schreiber takes a look at some moments in history whose "facts" may have not been recorded properly. From the JFK assassination to the current struggles with COVID information, history and information can be very fluid. Get healthy now - www.MyHealthRocksNow.com Books - www.amazon.com/shop/jvjtaps Host - JV Johnson - www.facebook.com/jvjparanormal Patreon - www.patreon.com/johaw--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/brparanormal/support
Episode 37: "Music Is Power: Popular Songs, Social Justice, and The Will to Change" with Brad Schreiber
Author Brad Schreiber takes us on a guided tour through the past 100 years of politically-conscious music, from Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger and Bob Dylan to the Bob Marley, the Dead Kennedys and NWA. Covering a wide variety of genres, including reggae, country, psychedelia, rap, punk, folk and soul, Schreiber tells fascinating stories about the origins and the impact of dozens of world-changing songs, while revealing political context and the personal challenges of these legendary artists. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The 288th episode of the Reading & Writing podcast features an interview with Brad Schreiber, author of the new book MUSIC IS POWER: Popular Songs, Social Justice, and the Will to Change.Published by Rutgers University Press, MUSIC IS POWER is a 100 year history of socially conscious music in all genres, and it has been nominated for the 2020 Association for Recorded Sound Collections Awards for Excellence in Recorded Sound Research.Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/reading-and-writing-podcast/donationsAdvertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Music Is Power! Popular Songs, Social Justice With Brad Schreiber
Highroad to Humanity
Music Is Power, says Author Brad Schreiber. As a writer in all media, as well as producer, executive director and actor. His latest book, Music Is Power is a history of social conscious music in all genres. On the show Brad shares his thoughts on the energy of music and its effect on people and their moods. He also talks about the message that music brings to humanity. Brad ask that I choose a few artists that I wanted to talk about on the show, as his book contains so many talented musicians. My picks are, Joan Baez, Marvin Gay, The Temptations, Jimi Hendrix and Greene Day. What an Interesting show. Thank you, Brad Schrieber for telling these stories. www.BradSchreiber.com
Brad Schreiber's introduction to his book, Music is Power: Popular Songs, Social Justice and the Will to Change, states: "Music is sound waves. It is energy made entertaining, mathematics inservice to the human ear. It is power—but not just sonic power or powerin consumer currency or the power to evoke an emotional response ormemory. Music, when it is crafted to address the ills of the world, becomes a special kind of force." Brad joined me from his home in California and we rapped about music (Joe Hill, Pete Seeger, Joan Baez, Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrix, Jerry Garcia, Ozzy Osbourne and Rush (of course)), as well as history, politics, social change, Covid-19, symbolism, big money, etc. I start the show discussing my break from social media, a two month roadtrip across the country and the origin of the term "hippie."
Music's Connection to Societal Issues & The Patty Hearst/SLA Case - Brad Schreiber - 072920
Beyond Reality Paranormal Podcast
Brad Schreiber discusses the deep connection between music and protest. Popular music has always been a reflection of the culture - good or bad. Also, Brad reveals new information about the Parry Hearst/SLA case from the 1970s. Brad's books outline these topics and more. Books - www.amazon.com/shop/jvjtaps Host - JV Johnson - www.facebook.com/jvjparanormal--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/brparanormal/support
Music is Power: Popular Songs, Social Justice, and the Will to Change w/ Brad Schreiber
Parallax Views w/ J.G. Michael
On this edition of Parallax Views, can music change the world? Joining us to tackle that question as well as outline the rich history of protest music is Brad Schreiber, author of Music is Power: Popular Songs, Social Justice, and the Will to Change. As Schreiber shows in the fascinating new book, available now from Rutgers University Press, protest music, or as he prefers to call it "socially conscious music", goes far beyond the antiwar anthems and can even be traced back to the early 20th century with class conscious musicians like Joe Hill, a labor activist associated with the IWW (Industrial Workers of the World). In this conversation we discuss artist ranging from Woody Guthrie and Pete Seeger to artist you may not have ever considered as political before like bubble pop icon Lesley Gore and the founding fathers of heavy metal Black Sabbath. We also discuss such musicians as the obscure but talented satirist Tom Lehrer, counterculture legend Frank Zappa, "The Godfather of Soul" James Brown, R&B pioneer Curtis Mayfield, and the punk rock of the Sex Pistols as well as specific songs like Janis Ian's "Society's Children" and Peter Gabriel's "Biko". We even talk a little bit about Pink Floyd and their politically outspoken co-founder Roger Waters. All that and more on this edition of Parallax Views. SUPPORT PARALLAX VIEWSON PATREON! FORBONUS CONTENTANDARCHIVED EPISODES!
Brad Schreiber is an author, screenwriter, producer, literary consultant, journalist, playwright, teacher, and actor who is prone to see things which aren't always visible. We'll talk about his new book, Music Is Power, which takes us on a guided tour through the past 100 years of politically -conscious music, from Pete Seeger and Woody Guthrie to Green Day and NWA. Covering a wide variety of genres, including reggae, country, metal, psychedelia, rap, punk, folk and soul, it demonstrates how musicians can take a variety of approaches—angry rallying cries, mournful elegies to the victims of injustice or even humorous mockeries of authority—to fight for a fairer world. I'll also ask this seemingly tireless soure of talent and creativity about his other books, scripts, teaching and whatever comes to mind during what I know will be an energetic and fascinating show!