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NASO Fireside Chats #01 - Alicia Garza Founder of Black Lives Matter
You've probably heard many different stories about the founding of Black Lives Matter and how it's impacting America today. Hy Thurman of the North Alabama School of Organizers goes straight to the source with a candid conversation with one of BLM's founders, Alicia Garza. More information on NASO including upcoming classes at NASO.network
Podcast Edited by Ben Jobe and Mastering by Spice Rack Studios.
Intro and Outro music "Early Morning Get Down" by Hunter Copeland
Huntsvillain History - Suffrage in Alabama
With the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment fast approaching, Madison County Archivist Shalis Worthy joins Huntsvillain to discuss the fight for suffrage in North Alabama and nationwide. We also grieve some words lost to history like "Enfangle", name some strange biological artifacts from the Madison County Archive and of course deep dive into the lives of those who fought for the rights of women in Alabama.
A link to Suffrage era political cartoons: http://suffrageandthemedia.org/source/catherine-h-palczewski-suffrage-postcard-archive/
Credit: Palczewski, Catherine H. Postcard Archive. University of Northern Iowa. Cedar Falls, IA.
Spicecast #195 - The Go-Go Killers
Spice up your Sunday with some Bonafide Gospel Trash, that's right it's The Go-Go Killers live recorded at Spice Rack Studios.
We even get to sit down with Alabama Sharp and the gang during the break to talk Theramin, Tattoos and the normal rites and rituals that go along with a go-go killers show. Today's episode is dedicated to Sophia the guitar, disemboweled live on Spice Radio but someone finished out the show!
We hear the tracks "Filthy as Sin", "Until You're Dead", "When Destruction Comes to Town", "I-565" and "Planet F**k". Mixing by Mike Prosper Mastering by Spice Radio Huntsville
Spicecast #194 - Tyler AK
The AK in Tyler AK stands for Alaska, originally out of anchorage the warm hearts and minds of the valley have kept the original rock and blues musician grounded neatly in the south. Tyler had plenty to talk about his journey from the far north all the way to the valley including his time playing in Seattle, his favorites spots to gig down south, names for his many guitars and some ways to cook Alaska's favorite fish Halibut. We hear three live tunes including "That Girl", "Thinking About You" and "The Coffee Shop".
Spicecast #193 - Groove Yard
Last year we had the good fortune of interviewing a passel of local jazz legends about their jazz-funk project titled Groove Yard. Chip Gulbro, Keith Taylor, Chris Ferguson and Bryan Williams all make up the masterful squad that brought four live tracks to Spice Rack Studios. You can hear the entire album online on their Spotify. Our interview covers bass face, Latin music's influence on other genres and how jazz influences pop culture today. We hear four tracks live recorded at the Spice Rack including "49 Days", "Monte Sano Rain", "Lazio Rising" and "Soul Men".
Red Magic Imports - February 2020
On This month's Red Magic Imports we've got everything from face melting noise rock to funk from Japan and everything in between. Salina Brilla brings us music from Go Go Killers and Obed Edom who're playing the benefit show for Chris Fanning Feb 22 at Shagnasty's. We also hear music from Genki Genki Panic playing Sagnasty's March 7th, Possessed by Paul James and a special treat from Otonana Trio making their return to Huntsville on March 1st at Mario's in 5 points.