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The Coyote Radio TV Show
25 minutes | May 4, 2021
008-CoyoteRadioTV: Homeless Life, “Liars are Losers” poem, Judgment, “In Dreams” and “Christ Killer” by American Zen
Opening song: “In Dreams” from the LEVEL 3 = I Want You To Love Me album by American Zen, produced by Richard Del Connor for Shaolin Records. https://www.shaolinrecords.com/RecordStore-R/americanZenLevel3-R.html Outro Song: “Christ Killer” from the LEVEL 2 = Christ Killer album by American Zen, produced by Richard Del Connor for Shaolin Records. These “May Day PODCASTS” are the first podcasts VIDEOTAPED and AUDIO PODCASTS recorded separately. So the YouTube Videos do not have the music on the beginnings and endings of the podcasts. If there is background music in the audio podcast, these songs also won’t be in the video podcasts recorded simultaneously. So watch both to get or see the entire production. Richard Del Connor is “The Hippy Coyote,” who explains how the homeless shelter was “ripping off the system” being overpaid and overcharging the government $150 per day for a 10’x10’ room with four homeless people crammed together resulting in $600 per day charges… So instead of only keeping him there for “less than three weeks” while waiting for Section-8 housing, they kept him for an entire year before he decided to go back to living on the street in his Tacoma truck until he obtained the Section-8 housing several months later after sleeping in a North Hollywood parking lot… Coyote tells some stories of the weirdos in his shelter, being treated badly, prejudice… - “Stuff The Coyote Likes™” https://www.CoyoteRadio.TV - The song “Whose Heaven Is This?” is from the album LEVEL 1 = Peace Of Mind by American Zen https://www.shaolinrecords.com/RecordStore-R/americanZenLevel1-R.html - American Zen Official website: https://www.AmericanZen.org - Produced by Richard Del Connor for Shaolin Records. https://www.ShaolinRecords.com - Copyright 1984-2021 Shaolin Communications https://www.ShaolinCOM.com - Music used by permission of Shaolin Records and licensed by Shaolin Music. ASCAP https://www.ShaolinMusic.com
24 minutes | Apr 24, 2021
007-CoyoteRadioTV: Website Premiere of CoyoteRadio.TV using Blog Posts
"No, It Wasn't A Dream" is the original song recording by The Hippy Coyote of his ex-wife who called him "Coyotito." "No, It Wasn't A Dream" was written as she drove off after a romantic afternoon in his North Hollywood Condominium. Coyote did not foresee that this would be the last time he would see her. "No, It Wasn't A Dream," is not on any American Zen albums because American Zen, "America's First Buddhist Rock Band™," wasn't created until a couple years later in Salt Lake City, Utah. All bands and songs written before American Zen are mostly considered THE RICH bands which started in 1976. Richard Del Connor didn't become "The Coyote" until 1984 performing the "Coyote In A Graveyard" rock opera in Los Angeles night clubs. The end song is "In The Darkness" (instrumental version). This song was written in Utah and released on the first American Zen album, LEVEL 1 = Peace Of Mind. The story though, is about a very talented artist from England who was signed to his music publishing company, Shaolin Music. Unfortunately for everyone, when Richard Del Connor (a.k.a. Richard O'Connor) moved to Utah he lost all of his movie and record company connections and was unable to launch this other songwriter's career. Big mistake! During the first year in Utah, Richard moved three times and suffered a deep winter of snow, ice and regret. The connections promised to Richard for his record company relocation did not materialize. So launching this songwriter's career did not materialize either. The relationship between Richard and his artist became bitter, and this song, "In The Darkness," emerged. The lyrics to "In The Darkness," are so dark that Richard did not want to perform the song with the bands he struggled to create in Salt Lake City. So the lyrics became a poem, recited on side-2 of the album, LEVEL 1 = Peace Of Mind, which was released in Utah on cassette tapes. The cassettes had 11 songs on side-A and 11 poems on side-B. “Stuff The Coyote Likes™” https://www.CoyoteRadio.TV The song “In The Darkness” Is from the album LEVEL 1 = Peace Of Mind by American Zen https://www.shaolinrecords.com/RecordStore-R/americanZenLevel1-R.html American Zen Official website: https://www.AmericanZen.org Produced by Richard Del Connor for Shaolin Records. https://www.ShaolinRecords.com Copyright 1984-2021 Shaolin Communications https://www.ShaolinCOM.com Music used by permission of Shaolin Records and licensed by Shaolin Music. ASCAP https://www.ShaolinMusic.com
16 minutes | Mar 8, 2021
006-CoyoteRadioTV: American Zen Buddhist Rock Operas begin with LEVEL 1 = Peace Of Mind
How the heck do I create what I can imagine? I’ve got really awesome ideas of things and visuals and music and movies that I want to put on the CoyoteRadio.TV website. I want the “Coyote Radio TV Show” to be as awesome as my hallucinations… I mean imaginations… During THIS PODCAST I am “The Hippy Coyote.” Yippee! “Kung Fu Cowboy” has become the senior version of me, The Coyote. As a kid before my psychedelic years, I spent time with the coyotes of San Diego as I went collecting snakes, lizards, salamanders and toads. I was a real “nature boy.” The neighbors called my backyard “The Menagerie” because I had so many wild animals. That’s why I didn’t mind being called, “Coyote,” after Michael J. Fox made our rock opera, Coyote In A Graveyard, famous when he came around and jammed with us on stage at Madame Wong’s nightclub in Santa Monica. My band was, THE RICH, but we billed ourselves as “Coyote In A Graveyard” because we were performing that rock opera of stories. A romantic rock opera in a looney bin. Very similar to “One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest” by another acid popping hippie. In today’s “Coyote Radio TV Show” podcast I read the poem, “Romantic Chaos,” about my cat named Bear plopping onto whatever I’m working on… Today’s song, “Whose Heaven Is This?” is from LEVEL 1 = Peace Of Mind album by American Zen. I mention about how miserable life was so you can appreciate the title of that first album by American Zen. Sometimes “Peace Of Mind” is worth its’ weight in gold. Hmmm. Maybe a brain’s weight of gold? That’s a few pounds… Maybe I’ll turn down the heat so Bear will snuggle with me when I go to bed in a minute. When we lived in my car it would get near freezing. Bear would climb into my sleeping bag and snuggle under my left shoulder. It was a hard life, but we found some “Peace Of Mind” together everyday. He’s like my war buddy, a soldier whose been to Hell and back with me. I tell him, “I love you,” probably every day. I don’t think about it. I just get the opportunities to hold him and then I say it. (Neither of my parents have ever said those words to me.) We’re in the story of LEVEL 1 of American Zen, and despite the hardship back then—I even had the love of my wife. I never imagined it would only last a couple more years. That love you share in hard times makes it more permanent—at least in my mind… or heart… or wherever love seems to be gone from… “Whose Heaven Is This?” Features a UKULELE instead of an electric guitar. The song is so resentful that I thought the ukulele would lighten the mood without changing the lyrics. What do you think? “Stuff The Coyote Likes™” https://www.CoyoteRadio.TV The song “Whose Heaven Is This?” Is from the album LEVEL 1 = Peace Of Mind by American Zen https://www.shaolinrecords.com/RecordStore-R/americanZenLevel1-R.html American Zen Official website: https://www.AmericanZen.org Produced by Richard Del Connor for Shaolin Records. https://www.ShaolinRecords.com Copyright 1984-2021 Shaolin Communications https://www.ShaolinCOM.com Music used by permission of Shaolin Records and licensed by Shaolin Music. ASCAP https://www.ShaolinMusic.com
21 minutes | Mar 1, 2021
005-CoyoteRadio.TV: Building The Entertainment TV Radio Station
I recorded five albums while living in my car and released one of them, END OF THE LINE by American Zen. Now I'm living indoors and purchasing ONE more piece of equipment with what is left over from my monthly Social Security Retirement check or a "Stimulus Check." My last purchase was Logic Pro X music production application for my new iMac computer. I'm still learning how to use it. My first Logic Pro ALBUM will be "SCORPION RESURRECTION" by Kung Fu Cowboy. American Zen completed their 8-LEVEL spiritual journey to Nirvana in 2015. "Kung Fu Cowboy" is me, the mature version (with grey hair) of the "The Hippy Coyote" of American Zen. So now I'm going to go beyond the confines of American Zen. (We had confines?) Mostly, I am going to fulfill my lifelong ambition of "playing the orchestra." That's what I've been telling people for the past five years. People just nod and say, "Oh that sounds nice..." Somehow I knew I could do it. This year I figured out how. Using Logic Pro X I have purchased trombone sample programs allowing me to record and manipulate the samples to sound like the live performers who recorded the samples of each note in various ways. I was a trombonist until 2001 when I sold all my trombones. Slight regret but I couldn't play them AND PLAY FLUTE. Impossible. One or the other. On my Lakota Sioux "Vision Quest" I was told to play the flute. So I have. But now I can play trombone on my next album. That will be the focus of my first Kung Fu Cowboy album: playing trombone on this album, SCORPION RESURRECTION. When I wrote the album I was imagining a horn section and performed the guitar with those bones in my head. So get ready for Kung Fu Cowboy WITH BONES. BONUS SONG: "Kill The Spider" from American Zen album, LEVEL 4 = Kung Fu Cowboy Part 1: King Solomon's Temple https://www.shaolinrecords.com/RecordStore-R/americanZenLevel4-P1-R.html Coyote Radio .TV "Stuff The Coyote Likes™" American Zen OFFICIAL WEBSITE: www.AmericanZen.org
7 minutes | Feb 18, 2021
004-CoyoteRadioTV: Building The Entertainment TV Radio Station - "Free The Change" by American Zen
Yeah, I used to be an acid popping hippie from 1967 to 1970. I've got lots of stories to tell... Here's a song that could have been released in 1968, "FREE THE CHANGE" by American Zen. American Zen recorded eight albums for Shaolin Records. Several were only released on cassettes in the 1990s. "Free The Change" is from the first album, LEVEL 1= Peace Of Mind by American Zen. Coyote Radio .TV "Stuff The Coyote Likes™" American Zen OFFICIAL WEBSITE: www.AmericanZen.org
21 minutes | Aug 16, 2019
003-CoyoteRadioTV: Building The Entertainment TV Radio Station
The Coyote Radio TV Show is hosted by The Hippy Coyote of American Zen. In this podcast Coyote shares his poem “Godfather of Poetry,” and “Hideaway Bar & Grille” about jamming with blues and jazz musicians. Richard Del Connor explains that there are two types of musicians: workers who play music, and musicians who make music. Anyone who plays everything is a worker musician. Anyone who is constantly writing books, music, and poetry is a music artist. The Goo people have a PSA: Public Service Announcement: talking about some object landing in Wyoming of concern to them. The end song, Peace Of Mind #1, was the first song Coyote wrote when he moved to Utah with his one-year-old daughter.
15 minutes | Jul 25, 2019
002-CoyoteRadioTV: Government Salt poem, Dreams and Ambitions of a Gentleman poem.
Founder of Shaolin Records, Richard Del Connor talks about 1977 and 1979 versions of “Without You Day By Day.” Richard reads poem, “Dreams And Ambitions Of A Gentleman.” From his new paperback book, Dreams And Ambitions Of A Gentleman. He also reads a new unpublished poem, “Government Salt,” about a conspiracy to prevent people from being healthier.
9 minutes | Jul 17, 2019
001-CoyoteRadioTV: Building The Entertainment TV Radio Station
VP marketing Eugene may host this show. This is the first of the Coyote Radio TV Show podcasts. We’re looking forward to adding more...
1 minutes | Jul 6, 2019
Episode one of Coyote Radio TV
This is the beginning of something new exciting and yet unknown. The website, www.CoyoteRadio.TV is coming along. It's a WordPress website. I learned how to create these type of websites when I was hospitalized for five months as Martin Luther King hospital in Compton. That was an adventure...
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