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Moving Music interviews musicians, and those in the music industry, about the film or album that most influenced them. Listeners peek into the intimate and emotional conversations resulting from the inspiration of these art forms. Our aim with this effort is to affect and influence the way people think and feel through artistic collaboration.

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Moving Music interviews musicians, and those in the music industry, about the film or album that most influenced them. Listeners peek into the intimate and emotional conversations resulting from the inspiration of these art forms. Our aim with this effort is to affect and influence the way people think and feel through artistic collaboration.

    Episode 46: Jimmy King - "Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory"

    Episode 46: Jimmy King - "Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory"

    Those born after us believe the restrictive experience of 3 TV sources to be ridiculously arcane. In that world, you watched the calendar for certain traditional viewings. "Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory" was the mother lode event for many. It has signaled the start of "the holidays" each year since 1974, when it first aired that Thanksgiving night. Gene Wilder's iconic portrayal of the eccentric Wonka is original, yet still tied to the language and spirit of Roald Dahl’s book. This cautionary musical parable is entertaining and poignant. There are very few films like it.

    Moving Music had just launched our first episode. Wanting to celebrate, Ty and I went to that night's Martini Affair event at Turtle Creek Tavern in Columbus, OH. It was a party within a party, and the brain behind it was Jimmy King. Now they are well known as THE wedding band, on top of being a celebration staple. In our efforts to sit with each member, we have made our way to Jimmy. I won’t give away what you can hear in this discussion. However, as you listen to his story, you’ll feel like getting up and getting it right.

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    • 1 hr 27 min
    Episode 45: Joe Viers - "Waiting for Guffman"

    Episode 45: Joe Viers - "Waiting for Guffman"

    Sometimes you just have to laugh. When it's all going crazy or wrong, a bit of humor can prove proper medicine. With “Waiting for Guffman”, Christopher Guest and Eugene Levy present a film that produces snot bubbling giggles through its entirety. Using a mockumentary style, they allow hilarious "improv" comedy to shape this story of Community Theater gone so wrong that it's right.
    There has been no better friend to the podcast than Joe Viers. Our dialog has been deep and oracular. Each vertically moving conversation becomes a living treasure. I study Joe's results, which expands my trade craft comprehension as an editor. Recording and shaping is what we do; cutting away the small pieces to reveal what was always inside the raw material. As a person, there is no more giving soul than Joe. His studio, Sonic Lounge, was built to shape the vision of others. Once again, Moving Music lifts the curtain to present our favorite technical wizard, Joe Viers.
     
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    • 1 hr 29 min
    Episode 44: Bill Foley - "Glory"

    Episode 44: Bill Foley - "Glory"

    "Glory" is a pertinent choice for Bill Foley’s 2nd film. They’re both great, but first I have to deal with the pandemic and racial controversies in the room. I habitually push through trauma and drama in real time, then deal. However, this routinely reflective rehab is in my current face. Admitting a profound affect as an artist does peel back a sensitive layer. The conflict and loss is intense and I am on my knees. 2020 has taken an unexpected course and we will adapt our original plan (as we have many in the vault). Each episode is designed to be relevant and timeless, even as life changes. This isn’t easy, but the process yields a desired result through shared composition that I can’t deny. It’s all that I can do in this life to reveal what I am about. Moving Music is a connecting bridge through the chronicle of another‘s personal story. We need each other. Like Ali said, "Me, We !!"
    Bill’s 2nd film choice, "Glory", comes at this very poignant moment. His love of history, particularly the Civil War, has inspired me. Over the last 3 decades, I have learned so much about how to be, from my Fort Hayes brother Bill. He has helped teach me empathy for others, acceptance of what can’t be changed, and that love always wins. He often has been exactly what I needed, when I needed it. His voice lives within me and he still teaches me comprehension. Please, step inside with Moving Music once again as we reconvene with Bill Foley about "Glory", and everything else.

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    • 1 hr 1 min
    Episode 43: Sean Carney - "Dracula (1931)"

    Episode 43: Sean Carney - "Dracula (1931)"

    In 1931, talking pictures had found their monster voice with Bela Lugosi as "Dracula". The combination of his visual style and speech cadence helped lift his vampire off the screen. Many believe this iconic performance was the best of his life.
    I had seen Sean Carney play multiple times and recognized a familiar "Fort" professionalism. When I learned that he was Fort Hayes alum, I was not surprised. His playing has a distinct style and he has a flare for stage fashion. We sat with many of Sean's peers and now it’s his turn. Once again, Moving Music sits with "Fort family" to discuss a film, music, and life.
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    • 1 hr 7 min
    Episode 42: Will Newsome - "Xanadu"

    Episode 42: Will Newsome - "Xanadu"

    Xanadu? Yes, Xanadu. Even as a huge glorious flop, it still influenced the early 80’s style. For kids, this film seems like another world, animated and glowing. After we agree it’s not a great movie, the adult in us can look past the circus to see the lesson. It’s a teaching spectacle that survives as a musical guilty pleasure for many.

    Moving Music is responsible for relationships that transcend the project. Our brotherhood with Will Newsome advanced at the same time he lost his brother. We open our fourth year drenched in the emotion that balance demands. For every high, there will be a low. This is your invitation behind the scenes, as friends hold counsel and try to help each other grow.
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    • 1 hr 6 min
    Episode 41d: TC and Ty - "The Previous Fifteen"

    Episode 41d: TC and Ty - "The Previous Fifteen"

    It was September 2016 and I had been wrestling with myself all summer. I couldn't crack the combination to my own mind. Only when I cut myself out did the door to Moving Music open. These are stories that belong to other people. I realized my part was to be the steward of the diary, not the author. Ty Barnes has proven to be the best partner for this odyssey.

    The path didn't always jump off the page. This project demanded to drive its own course as we, at times, struggled with definitive direction. We have held close to the spirit and allowed our guests to guide us through their journey. These last two years have brought tears and laughter as the evolution shaped our purpose. I am filled with gratitude for every guest, and every person who would listen to their narrative. Thank you all. Here's to year four…
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    • 39 min

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