95 minutes | Mar 27, 2019

CDS PARADIGM Ep9 / Season 1 ~ Inside the Music with a Smile

CDS PARADIGM NEW EPISODE ALERT!! Episode 9 / Season 1 Inside the Music with a Smile ********* CDS PARADIGM Ep9/Season 1 Thank you for tuning in to another Episode of CDS PARADIGM. This is episode 9 of season 1, continuing to entice the imagination to expand...you digg. Keeping with the unrelenting aspect of playing various musical directions, and as always, moving forward furthering its Quest. This Installment I trust will have you smiling throughout. Playing artists, as always, that are generally not heard on main stream forums, and helping in building the fan base. In this installment you'll hear the group brand Snarky Puppy; pianist/vocalist Mala Waldron with reedist/flutist Allen Won playing her original song “Mon Amour; saxophonist Dale Fielder playing the third movement from his “Suite: Clarity” CD; percussionist Jim Pugliese and his Phase III project; paying homage to the one and only Nat King Cole’s 100th year; Nat King Cole and Natalie Cole performing “Unforgettable”; Chuck Mangione featuring Ester Satterfield performing the tune “Land of Make Believe”; guitarist Jack Turner doing hid rendition of the Beatles composition “A Day In The Life”; vocalist Alexandra Burke singing a spirited version of the Leonard Cohen tune “Hallelujah”; keyboardist / pianist Derrick Bounds. ***************************** PRI THE WORLD Report Remembering Nat King Cole Producer Zoë Saunders and Producer Tommy Bazarian Nat King Cole performs in Chicago in 1954. Nat King Cole performs in Chicago in 1954. Credit: Phillip Harrington/Alamy Stock Photo Nat King Cole was born on March 17, 1919, so in honor of his centennial, Studio 360 looks back at the great crooner’s legacy. Kurt Andersen talks with Daniel Mark Epstein, who wrote a biography of Nat King Cole, about the singer's groundbreaking TV variety show. “The Nat King Cole Show” ran on NBC for just over a year, 1956 to 1957, but despite its short life, the show was a hugely important cultural landmark: it was the first network TV show starring an African American, and the only one until the mid-1960s. “He was the Jackie Robinson of the television world,” Epstein says. ***************************** Along with commentary Thanks again for tuning in, and your continuous support of CDS PARADIGM podcast. Any comments are all welcome. E-mail: christopherdeansullivan@gmail.com ***************************** CDS PARADIGM Podcast is a verve consisting of New Music Artists of various genres, Spoken Word, Interviews, Messaging, and Commentary based on Current News, Community, Human Interest, and more. On CDS PARADIGM there are some Interesting and Thought Provoking subjects and topics intertwined within an Ebullient format. A place where all can learn from each other, share ideas, and information that will assist in making our world community stronger and collectively productive. This is the Nineth Episode in Season One of CDS PARADIGM Podcast. You can also listen to past episodes well. Check it out when you are available to do so. Listener Support is always welcome. Your donation supports future episodes, while connecting to the cultural world community through a modern media format. Thanks for tuning in and being here. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cds-paradigm/message
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