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Mariah Carey Ballads 4

Posted by Podmaster On February - 3 - 2009

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Mariah Carey Ballads 3

Posted by Podmaster On January - 27 - 2009

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Mariah Carey Ballads 2

Posted by Podmaster On January - 20 - 2009

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Mariah Carey Ballads 1

Posted by Podmaster On January - 12 - 2009

Welcome to the four-part Mariah Ballads podcast series, celebrating the release of “THE BALLADS” in stores on 1/20/2009.

Mariah Carey discusses the writing process of ballads and her love for romantic songs. Also, the joys of inspiring people through her music.  This episode includes clips of “Visions of Love,” “Dreamlover,” and “Hero,” plus her exclusive comments about what these songs mean to her.

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Mariah Carey – The Ballads

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Roy Orbison Black and White Night Part 3

Posted by Podmaster On December - 11 - 2008

Tributes from Black and White Night participants Tom Waits (“He added the color to the Black and White Night” — Barbara Orbison), Elvis Costello, T-Bone Burnett, Jackson Browne and JD Souther make up this episode.  Mrs. Orbison describes Roy’s elation after the filming had concluded that day.  As JD Souther pronounces, “He has the best, most evocative voice ever.  He’s the world’s only operatic rockabilly singer.”
Songs include: Pretty Woman (feat. James Burton and Bruce Springsteen on guitar); Move on Down the Line, In Dreams

Recommended: Roy Orbison: The Soul of Rock & Roll

Producer: Joyride Media

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Roy Orbison Black and White Night Part 2

Posted by Podmaster On December - 1 - 2008

Barbara Orbison relives the night at the Coconut Grove and the spontaneity of the incredible performances. Hear Roy Orbison and Bruce Springsteen rehearse their performance of “Dream Baby” and singers Bonnie Raitt, kd lang and Jennifer Warnes describe the experience of singing with one of the all-time great vocalists. Anthony DeCurtis of Rolling Stone explains what was so unique about Black and White Night “It had the comfortable feeling of friends performing songs they knew for fun.” Songs include: Blue Bayou, Only the Lonely and Dream Baby

Recommended: Roy Orbison: The Soul of Rock & Roll

Producer: Joyride Media

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Roy Orbison Black and White Night Part 1

Posted by Podmaster On November - 24 - 2008

Dave Marsh hosts this inside look at Roy Orbison’s Black and White Night event and what lead to Roy’s comeback in the mid – 80s.  Roy’s widow Barbara, who envisioned the film with T Bone Burnett, Tom Waits, Anthony DeCurtis and Bruce Springsteen: “He seemed to have great respect for the music and his audience.  It was never false — that’s masterful.”

Songs include: Move on Down the Line; Uptown and Crying.

Recommended: Roy Orbison: The Soul of Rock & Roll

Producer: Joyride Media

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Darryl DMC McDaniels – Part 2 (The Sarah McLachlan Podcast)

Posted by Podmaster On October - 28 - 2008

Fumbling Towards Ecstasy

Darryl DMC McDaniels talks about his love for Sarah McLachlan’s music.

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Roy Orbison 3

Posted by Podmaster On October - 26 - 2008

Dave Marsh’s continues to narrate Roy Orbison’s professional and personal life from the mid 60’s to the 80’s.  Following the success of Pretty Woman was a chain of tragic events of Orbison’s personal life.  He continued to made music through the 60s and 70s, but a major comeback began in the mid-1980s when David Lynch used “In Dreams” for his film, Wild at Heart.  Roy discusses how that happened, and we also hear how that was followed by the Traveling Wilburys and posthumus album Mystery Girl.

Recommended: Roy Orbison: The Soul of Rock & Roll

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Roy Orbison 2

Posted by Podmaster On October - 20 - 2008

Dave Marsh recounts Roy Orbison’s journey and success as a songwriter and vocalist.  Big hits such as “Only the Lonely”, “Crying”, and “Sweet Dreams” have shaped Orbison’s popular and influential songwriting and singing style. 

Roy Orbison worked with his longtime producer, Fred Foster, with these renowned hits.  Fred Foster particularly comments on the storyline of  “Only the Lonely” and why  “Sweet Dreams” was written and produced. 

Bruce Springsteen comments on Orbison’s natural ability to write lyrical and soul touching ballads.  Springsteen declares that “Crying” is a sophisticated work that “holds an adult’s emotion, but still has an operatic quality of young people’s emotions.”

Recommended: Roy Orbison: The Soul of Rock & Roll

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