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The EABB Podcast focuses on providing information about past and current Early American (19th-century) brass bands through interviews, lectures, and musical recordings. Each episode will have a topic (specific bands, bandleaders, instruments, composers, etc..) or guest (historian, bandleader, active musician) that the participants will talk about. The participants can be any combination of host, co-host, and guest. The goal of the podcast is to connect and share the early American brass band ...
 
Hosted by Matthew Frost, Music Editorial presents interviews with notable international Salvationist musicians, and provides insightful analyses of iconic Salvation Army brass band repertoire See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Brass Band Online radio show Great News for Brass Band players, supporters, & people that love the sound of a Brass Band! I present a Radio show "Sounds Of Brass" I promote Local Brass Bands and of course bands from across the world! Plus News & Events , CD's etc etc Get in touch with all your info! and of course spread the word!
 
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The BPL Podcast features concise, informative discussions with educators, writers, and community figures from Bexley and beyond. Tackling a range of topics from horror films to Ohio's opioid epidemic, we capture conversations that are sometimes funny, sometimes poignant, but always human.
 
JOTW currently features musicians worldwide (Ireland, UK, Japan, Austria, France, etc), with all different skill levels and at all different ages, ranging from 12 to 92 years old. Top horn players and other musicians who play in the bands of well-known artists such as Beyoncé, Bruno Mars, Lettuce, Snarky Puppy, Prince, Jill Scott, Preservation Brass Band, Bootsy Collins and more have joined in. This group continues to grow by hundreds each week. www.jamoftheweek.com Support this podcast: htt ...
 
Founded by Jerry Gardner in 1971, the Metropolitan Wind Symphony comprises over 70 talented woodwind, brass, and percussion instrumentalists who audition for membership and seating. It makes a significant contribution to the cultural life of the Greater Boston community by providing its audiences with high quality concerts and its members with opportunities for musical growth.
 
Ethnomusicology Today is a podcast series produced by the Society for Ethnomusicology, an organization committed to the research, study, and performance of music in all historical periods and cultural contexts. Ethnomusicology Today features stories and interviews aimed at engaging a broad audience of educators, scholars, musicians, and a listening public interested in contemporary issues in global music studies.
 
Trackheadz ‘Our Music’, ‘Feel’ and ‘His Kingdom’ are all very familiar House music classics, but what is not known was the man who was behind all of these dance floor hits. Since 1999, Kaje comes in as the man behind the scenes creating ‘That Unmistakable Sound’ of sweet sultry strings layered with that cutting brass section. Productions that are second to none and are distinguishable in any arena, Kaje aims to raise the bar and does it rather successfully by combining the old with the new. ...
 
Stay tuned for season 2, coming fall 2021! Doublers is a podcast featuring professional performing musicians who “double” in other career pursuits. This podcast is a resource for any musician looking into other careers or income streams outside the traditional performing/teaching binary. -- It often feels like a music career has two paths: performance or teaching. Our sense of self gets wrapped up in identifying as a "musician", and there's a certain pressure to stay strictly within those tw ...
 
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Episode 44 is our great conversation with Jim Ludlam, principal musician of the Fort Delaware Cornet Band, historian, and author. Jim speaks with us about how he got involved in 19th century brass bands, founding the modern Fort Delaware Cornet Band, recording projects, and his book The History of Community Bands in Salem County New Jersey. You can…
 
Week one of the "When They Was Fab" look at the singles on Apple Records. This week: Mary Hopkin, Jackie Lomax, Billy Preston, The Black Dyke Mills band and JOHNPAULGEORGE&RINGO - the foursome that started it all. We discuss Richard DiLello delivering copies of this box set to Buckingham Palace, and the unique writing style of Derek Taylor.…
 
New music from Bonobo. Hip Hop from Big Daddy Kane featuring Jay Z, ODB and more, KRS One and DANGERDOOM. Spiritual Jazz from Doug and Jean Carn. New music from Palm Skin Productions and Crafty 893 on Tru Thoughts. A classic soul track from Andrea Martin. Broken Beat with a Brazilian twist from Banda Favela remixed by Alex Phountzi. Plus plenty mor…
 
Kit O'Toole - the Queen of All Beatles Media (Talk More Talk), and Martin Quibell (Pods Like Us) join the show this week as we go deeper in-depth on the trailer to the forthcoming Peter Jackson's "The Beatles: Get Back" than some might have thought possible. Roll on November!By Ed Chen, Ethan Alexanian and Lonnie Pena
 
The vocal music of contemporary composers like Morton Lauridsen and Eric Whitacre, Ola Gjeilo and Caroline Shaw, is hugely popular with choirs, congregations and audiences. How do they achieve their brand of mystery and magic? Tom Service immerses himself in the resonant sound world of 21st-century choral music and discovers how it works. With gues…
 
A nosy trombonist (Melissa Brown) chats to fellow brass professionals about their careers, how they got there, and what music they'd happily put in the bin. In this episode horn player (and vocalist, multi-instrumentalist extraordinaire) Shanyse Strickland tells us about pursuing her interests in jazz on the horn, about composing and arranging, and…
 
A peek behind the scenes of A Hard Day's Night. Richard Lester, Walter Shenson, Wilfrid Brambell, Alun Owen and many others came together at the behest of United Artists to shape a movie around the Beatles. Owen and George Martin would even be nominated for an Academy Award in their respective areas. A long way away from "Gutter Girls!"…
 
Deep soul grooves from Sampology, Aurora Dee Raynes and Sault. Broken Beat from Afro Force and MP. Classics from Angie Stone and Portishead. Jazz from Daniel Casimir on Jazz Refreshed, and Abstract Truth. Hip Hop from Quakers feat The Black Opera, Jamire Williams feat Fat Tony & Zeroh and Che Noir. Plus plenty more musical treats.…
 
Ringo released the "Change the World" EP on September 24. This week, we dive into the songs, songwriters, and how these pieces fall together into the whole that is expected to hear next year. We continue to "Rock Around the Clock" with a playlist of some of Ringo's pre-Beatlemania favorites that he has chosen to cover over the years.…
 
What have a Mahler symphony and a recipe for sautéed kidneys got in common? Why do refugees and other displaced people take food and music with them when they are forced to leave their homeland? How do today's Spotify restaurant playlists and their 18th-century equivalents compare? Can you play in an orchestra and then eat your instruments?Tom Serv…
 
A nosy trombonist (Melissa Brown) chats to fellow brass professionals about their careers, how they got there, and what music they'd happily put in the bin. In this episode tuba player Chris Barrett tells us about the differences between studying in the US and the UK, all about his involvement with the Musician's Movement, and we hear all about The…
 
A track from the new Quantic & Nidia Góngora album. Hip Hop from A Tribe Called Quest (from the classic The Low End Theory album), Che Noir and Doug E Fresh. Soul from Children Of Zeus, Nina Simone and Teddy Pendergrass. Bassically re-works a Sun Ra classic for the dancefloor. Broken Beat from WheelUP, Abacus and Karmasound. A big tune from Switch …
 
On this episode Matthew Frost talks to Richard Phillips about his life and music. No topic is left untouched as they discuss everything from choral symphonies to arm wrestling! Bruce Broughton then joins Matthew to look at 'Covenant'. To complete the episode, Richard tries to dislodge Andrew Blyth from the top of the Bandmastermind leaderboard. See…
 
Episode 43 is our conversation with recurring guest Jari Villanueva about all things Abraham Lincoln. Chris, Stephen, and Jari discuss Lincoln’s love for music, his favorite tunes, relationship with the Marine Band, and how music impacted public sentiment during the Civil War. Jari and his current projects can be found at https://www.tapsbugler.com…
 
Part two of our look at the singles of records. Hits, misses and sounds that definitely fall in-between. Would you believe Apple released a single on 78? Even Allen Klein could not stop the multiple artists that Apple presented to the world during those years. Say hello to Chris Hodge, everybody!By Ed Chen, Ethan Alexanian and Lonnie Pena
 
Soul from BINA, Cleo Sol and Lady Blackbird. Deep Boogie from Werkha remixed by Tom Blip. An 80’s Soul classic from Change. Broken Beat from WheelUP and Cengiz. Disco beats from Palmskin Productions. UK Garage with the bass from Ms Dynamite & Menta (aka Artwork). Jazz from Sefi Zesling and Herbie Hancock. Plus plenty more musical treats.…
 
LC Johnson, founder and CEO of Zora's House, shares her journey from the dream (literally!) of a co-working-community-space for women of color in Columbus to the bright future ahead for Zora's House. LC talks about how she, with the support of community, made it through one of the most challenging and uncertain times of her life. Follow Zora's Hous…
 
A track from the excellent Little Simz album. South Asian beats from Ahadadream, DJ Aps, Nirobi & Barakas (aka Robert Luis and Bonobo) and the big club tune from Chandé & yourboykiran. Deep Disco from Close Counters. New music from Rhi & Telemcahus on Tru Thoughts. Jazz from Rebecca Vasmant and Lady Blackbird. Deep Broken Beat from El Payo. Plus pl…
 
Tom Service lifts the lid on the music of the most popular living composer - Arvo Pärt. Nominated for 11 Grammy awards and revered by Björk, P.J Harvey, and Radiohead, as well as classical musicians around the world, his seemingly simple and spiritual music is loved by millions. Born in Estonia in 1935 he did military service in the Soviet Army, wo…
 
A nosy trombonist (Melissa Brown) chats to fellow brass professionals about their careers, how they got there, and what music they'd happily put in the bin. In this episode bass trombonist and RWCMD Head of Brass Roger Argente tells us about overcoming what he calls "consistent inconsistencies" in his early playing, about his hugely varied and exci…
 
Episode 42 is our conversation with Dr. Tom C. Owens, Dr. Owens is Associate Professor and Coordinator of Music History and Literature at George Mason University. He’s internationally regarded as an expert on Charles Ives’s life and music, and is the editor of Selected Correspondence of Charles Ives (Univ. of California Press, 2007) and a member of…
 
The fifth (and final) week of our look at the fiftieth anniversary box set of "All Things Must Pass". Sessions and jams. Who is walking down lovers lane while "Those Wedding Bells" play? Why could 2021 possibly be called "The Year of Get Back"? All this and more on this edition of "When They Was Fab".…
 
A classic Hot 8 Brass Band track in tribute to Bennie Pete (Rest In Peace). A track from the excellent Little Simz album. Deep Jazz from Rebecca Vasmant. A song from Nina Simone that features in the brilliant Summer Of Soul documentary. A classic from 4hero featuring Jill Scott. Future Soul from BINA. A brand new track from Gawd Status check the BL…
 
Week four of our look at ATMP. This week, the day one demos. Also a bit about the official announcement of the "Let It Be" box set, the songs Apple made available to the public, and Charlie Watts. Hang on, only one more week before this (box set) too shall pass and we get some other topics before the year end rush of even more new product! Om Hare …
 
A track from the excellent new Cleo Sol album. Music from the new Tru Thoughts EP from fika. An unreleased tune from around 10+ years ago by Martin Topley Bird produced by Quantic (with strings). A great club tune from Nu Genea. Broken Beat from EVM128, Bruk Rogers and Kuna Maze. A track from Emma Jean Thackray's album. Music from Victor Uwaifo who…
 
Our Season 3 premiere is here! In this episode, Chris and Stephen talk with John Connors - musician, reenactor, and historian with the 122nd Army Band at The Ohio National Guard, The 73rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment Band, and The 2nd Cavalry Brigade Band. We discuss his interest in history and reenacting, and how that field has impacted his mu…
 
We continue our graze through the "All Things Must Pass" box, and this time the wheel stops on LP2 and side 6 (aka "Apple Jam side 2"). We ponder the nature of life, the universe, "Jam Piece", fidelity (as used in both audio and marital terms) and the passing of one of the few remaining fifties rock legends.…
 
Music from AP Dhillon, Hiatus Kaiyote and Common Saints. Soul from Iyamah and MELONYX. Gospel beats from Snips. South Asian Beats from K15 and 4Koothu. Zed Bias covers Roy Ayers. Anushka reworks WheelUP. Piano dancefloor business from Brief Work. Plus plenty more musical treats.By Robert Luis
 
On Friday 23rd July 2021 we held our 10K celebration event live on Facebook. We brought together a panel of 9 previous guests to discuss topics submitted by audience members and it was a really interesting conversation and lots of fun. Our panel comprised the following superstars: Amy Schumaker Bliss: https://www.amybliss.net/ @amyschumakerbliss An…
 
Week two of our look at "All Things Must Pass". This week, the first LP and side one of the "Apple Jams" box. George, Eric, Bobby Whitlock and Friends galore. What was George doing in 1970, and how did it end up as a three record set?By Ed Chen, Ethan Alexanian and Lonnie Pena
 
Victoria and Max from Anushka join Robert via Zoom to talk about their music and their story; including how the first song they ever made got played by Gilles Peterson and released on his Brownswood label, their musical journey and process, and playing music from the 'Yemaya' album on Tru Thoughts. Plus there is music from Gabriels, IG Culture rewo…
 
A nosy trombonist (Melissa Brown) chats to fellow brass professionals about their careers, how they got there, and what music they'd happily put in the bin. In this episode trombonist Lisa Lizanec Chappell tells us about expanding work into the digital space during the pandemic, about her varied career, and about living in Japan. All episodes recor…
 
On August 6, 2021 UMe and George Harrison presented the fiftieth anniversay remix of "All Things Must Pass" in multiple versions. This week, we look at disc four (better known as "Day 2" or "Beware of ABKCO") from the streaming, 5CD, 8LP and Uber editions of this set. Nearly an hour of George Harrison, occsionally a bass player and Phil Spector lis…
 
New music on Tru Thoughts from Nãnci Correia & Origin One. Hip Hop from Black Moon, Public Enemy and dereck d.a.c. Soul from Tyson and Lynda Dawn. Broken Beat from Jazztronik. A quality tune from Paul Johnson (Rest In Peace). Breakbeats from Anz and Nasty Habits. Drum and Bass from Workforce and Pola & Bryson feat Strategy. New music from El Train.…
 
Dave and Leanna Buker, of Dave Buker and the Historians, talk with Josh about the evolution of their band, what makes a good cover song, and Ringo's biggest strength as a Beatle. They listen to the songs "It Moves in the Dark" and "Joanna" from their latest record, It Moves in the Dark. Visit www.davebukerhistorians.com for up-to-date information a…
 
This week's show has a classic from Mary J Blige plus Soul from Sault, Kenu Burke and Aaron Frazer. Gospel Boogie from Enlightment. Broken Beat from Afronaut, LCSM and Cengiz. Jungle from Chopstick Dubplate, Logistics, DRS and Dynamite. South Asian Bass and Beats from Koothu and MadStarBase. Electronic / Gnawa fusion from Rabii Harnoune & V.B.Kühl.…
 
Jon and I finish our review of the first series of McCartney 3 2 1. You know the routine. Paul, Rick Rubin, isolated tracks, stories both new and old - while we talk about their discussions, what they missed out on and where exactly the "Paperback Writer" bit from the trailer went!By Ed Chen, Ethan Alexanian and Lonnie Pena
 
A nosy trombonist (Melissa Brown) chats to fellow brass professionals about their careers, how they got there, and what music they'd happily put in the bin. In this episode euphonium player Bente Illevold tells us about championing new works for her instrument, how she keeps herself motivated, and she gives us some great advice on staying humble. A…
 
Grace Ellis, a New York Times-bestselling comic book writer of The Lumberjanes, Moonstruck, Batwoman, and more, talks with Leann about writing comics for and featuring girls, how living in Ohio influences her work (she's not moving to LA), and her upcoming first foray into writing a graphic novel for adults. The Babysitter's Club also gets a specia…
 
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