Mick Jagger Was Wrong and The Laws Of Creativity (with Joey Cofone)
The Accidental Creative with Todd Henry
Everyone can see success coming well in advance, right? Of course not. When you're in the fray, you're often just trying to hold things together and get through this project, this week, or this year. It's only in retrospect that success seems inevitable. On today's episode, I share an essay from the Leader List (sign up for free!) about Mick Jagger's assessment of the future success of the Rolling Stones and how it relates to our own creative work and leadership.Then, we have a fascinating conversation with Joey Cofone, founder of Baron Fig and author of the new book The Laws of Creativity. My new book Daily Creative is available now wherever books are sold. Mentioned in this episode:This episode is sponsored by Indeed. Visit Indeed.com/creative
The gang talks about a variety of topics including their recent appearance at the Exeter NH UFO Festival & the upcoming Mothman Festival. Also, Switch drops in to say hello, celebrities who’ve seen UFOs and the Top 10 Reasons Mack has a beard. Warning: Adult Content. Mack Maloney Online: Website - https://www.mackmaloney.com/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/WingmanMack/Twitter - https://twitter.com/MilitaryXFilesTwitter - https://twitter.com/WingmanMackAmazon – https://amzn.to/2IlFRkq
302: DOUG WIMBISH/Bass player, Composer/Living Colour, Mick Jagger, Sugar Hill Records
Roadie Free Radio
iTunes Spotify YoutubePatreon “I’m not just a Bass Player, I’m a Sound System” As bassist for the legendary rap label Sugarhill Records backing Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five to the pioneering Living Colour, Doug Wimbish has lent his innovative and creative bass grooves and sounds to a roster of world-renowned musicians. Considered a pioneer in Hip-Hop bass playing and in the use of bass effects, alternate tunings and extended hand techniques, Doug’s mastery of the bass is unparalled. As one of the most versatile session and touring bassists in the industry, Doug moves readily from pop and mainstream rock to hip-hop, funk, metal, symphonic metal, reggae, R&B, electronic, world and experimental music. Doug Wimbish is probably best known as the cutting edge lead bassist in the Grammy Award-winning hard rock band Living Colour, but looking beyond the obvious, one quickly sees that Doug's influence and impact on the world's musical culture is much more vast and significant than often written or realized. Grandmaster Flash and The Furious Five’s “The Message”, listed by Rollingstone.com as the #1 Greatest Hip Hop Song of all time, featured Doug’s bass lines as do many other Sugarhill Records classics including “Apache”, “8th Wonder” and “White Lines”. Wimbish wrote the bass line on The Sequence’s “Funk You Up”. To get an idea of the respect Doug has earned within the music industry, consider that in one week in 1991, Doug received personal phone calls from Living Colour, Bruce Springsteen and Seal, all asking him to work with them. Doug made the decision to work with Living Colour and joined the band, becoming its permanent bassist. He actively records and tours today with his band mates Vernon Reid, Corey Glover and Will Calhoun. The group’s latest album, “Shade”, was released in September of 2017. In addition to his work with Living Colour, Doug’s highly regarded career spanning all musical genres has also included recording, producing and touring with many world renowned artists including The Rolling Stones, Mick Jagger, Jeff Beck, Joe Satriani, Herb Albert, Annie Lennox, Madonna, Carly Simon, Seal, Al Green, Billy Idol, George Clinton, Depeche Mode, Talib Kweli, Kanye West, James Brown, Mos Def, Tarja Turunen, Ronnie Wood, Freddie Jackson, Michael Bolton, Schiller, Cheb Khaled, Hari Haran and Peter Wolf, to name a few. From his early days as one of Hip-Hop’s earliest architects in the Original Sugarhill Records Rhythm Section, to his long-time membership in Living Colour, TackHead, Little Axe, Jungle Funk, HeadFake, and then on to more recent collaborations including DMD the Vibes with Daru Jones & Marcus Machado, Doug continues to prove himself as one of the world’s finest, versatile and most sought after bass guitarists. Special Mentions: Doug Wimbish Official Site, Hell on Wheels: A Tour Stories Compilation, Becky Pell - Yoga Journey: A Contemporary Guide to a Timeless Tradition, Claire Murphy - Girl on the Road: How to Break into Touring from a Female Perspective, Steve Walsh Gofund Me, Roadie Free Radio Merch, RFR Podcast Bundle, Follow Your Drishti Yoga Podcast, roadiecare.com, musicares.org, Roswell Pro Audio Mini K87, Soundgirls.org
What Do Brown-Forman, Mick Jagger, Bono, and MacBeth have In Common? I ask Alex from Slane
Whiskey Lore: The Interviews
One of the coolest places I visited while on my historic journey through Ireland was Slane Castle. It was there that I met Alex Conyngham, the earl of Mountcharles and co-founder of Slane Distillery, along with his father Lord Henry "the Rock and Roll Aristocrat." If you don't know the story of this distillery and its neighboring castle, you're in for a treat. Especially if you are a music lover. And by the end of this episode, you'll not only know how Mick Jagger and Bono fit into this story, but also how Brown-Forman helped take this family dream to new heights.
Got the Morbs: ”Running Up That Hill” Renaissance, Harry Styles vs. Mick Jagger, Dolly Parton makes the Rock Hall, and Nicole Kidman’s AMC commercial gets a Pulitzer
If You're an Old Soul
Thank you, "Stranger Things," for bringing Kate Bush back! Or, at least, for introducing her music to a new audience. We celebrate the English icon's resurgence on the charts, thanks to the Netflix show's new season, and give some backstory on her extremely influential career (And if you want to avoid some minor spoilers, that segment runs from 23:46 - 34:55). We also discuss Mick Jagger's recent quotes about the comparisons drawn between him and Harry Styles, salute Nicole Kidman's AMC commercial reportedly winning a Pulitzer Prize, and take a victory lap for our "successful" pleas for Dolly Parton to finally get inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. And, perhaps most importantly, we honor the life of one of the podcast's earliest heroes, Kane Tanaka. As always, If you have comments, questions, or personal misheard-lyric stories, you can send them to IfYoureAnOldSoul@gmail.com.
Sheryl Crow on New Documentary, Shelved Albums, and Recording with Mick Jagger
Kyle Meredith With...
Sheryl Crow catches up with Kyle Meredith to talk about Sheryl, the new Showtime documentary based on her life and career. The multi-platinum songwriter tells us why it was finally time to tell her story, the shelved album that came before her debut that sounded too much like Sting, and wanting to re-produce 1996’s Love Is a Good Thing. Crow also talks about her later career that wasn’t represented in the film, the new songs on the soundtrack which includes The Rolling Stones, and her plans to do storyteller style solo shows next year. She also goes in depth about 2002’s C’Mon C’mon, a bright album recorded during a very dark period, and how the song “You’re an Original” is a bit of a bitter song about the pop scene of that era. Listen to Sheryl Crow discuss the new documentary Sheryl, her lengthy career, and more above, or watch the discussion via Consequence. You can also get tickets to Crow's upcoming concerts here. Then, make sure to like and subscribe to Kyle Meredith With… wherever you get your podcasts, and you can also follow the Consequence Podcast Network for updates on all our shows. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
S1 EP50: MEETING GARETH SOUTHGATE AT THE URINAL, MICK JAGGER AND A HAPPY ANNIVERSARY
Comedians Playing Fantasy Premier League
EP 50: MEETING GARETH SOUTHGATE AT THE URINAL, MICK JAGGER AND A HAPPY ANNIVERSARYFor our 50th show we celebrate by knocking off two forfeits in one go! Elsewhere, Jon and Matt discuss Jon meeting Gareth Southgate at a urinal at the weekend, Leeds fans throwing paper at Jack Grealish, some big scissors, a deep burn and Mick Jagger pops by.Don’t forget to send us in your weekly forfeit suggestions and ideas for Matt’s end of season forfeit. We also want: Animal, City and Weapon improv suggestions and feel free to send us in any questions for Matt and Jon FPL related or not. Tweet us or email us at firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow the podcast on Twitter (@comediansfpl), Instagram (ComediansplayingFPL) and Facebook (@comediansfpl)Share, subscribe, review because we told you too!You can join our FPL Fan League here: fantasy.premierleague.com/leagues/auto-join/4mtcnh… League Code: 4mtcnh Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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Chantal and Grainne are here again and this week are transported back to the swinging 60s by a couple who were the epitome of the era... but just how glamourous were Mick and Marianne REALLY? As well as taking a deep dive into the world of sex, drugs and rock n'roll we also hear why Mick probably never includes cabbage in a Sunday roast. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices