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Richard Arnold Beattie- Authentic City!

Richard Arnold Beattie, Dr. James Spencer, Rita Schulte, Lowell Busenitz

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Social Media and Artificial Intelligence has cheapened the cause of a Free Press and is threatening the existence of professional journalism. Authentic City is the antedote to Artificial Intelligence and Social Media. As we build the infrastructure in our communities, we start to train a new breed of authentic journalists; creative directors; songwriters; producers, authors; filmmakers and presenters. The idea is to take the information super highway and curate the information that really ma ...
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Hello everyone, this is Richard Arnold Beattie, producer and co-host of Useful to God. On this day in America, we are beginning the Republican National Convention. As a journalist I want to take you back in history to August 5, 1956 to the Cow Palace in San Francisco, CA. While Dwight D. Eisenhower - an American Hero accepted the run for his second…
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Jones Beach Marine Theater was a special place to see musical theater. It is geographically 40 minutes from Broadway, yet in the community of musical theater it is very much a part of the Tony Award lights from stars, directors, producers and crew. It is where so many actors revived and originated roles, in a bigger than Broadway scale. Constance T…
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John Cullum went from Broadway to Jones Beach, as did Constance Towers, John Michael King and Joel Grey, and as is usual many returned to Broadway. June Angela spends her time going from Jones Beach to television, voice work and Broadway. Morty Halpern, the veteran "Dean" of stage managers spent many summers at Jones Beach Marine Theater with his w…
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From South Pacific to The Sound of Music, The King and I, Carousel and Oklahoma, The Jones Beach Theater went on to be a key spot for R and H Revivals. Richard Arnold Beattie in this podcast talks to his friends and his beginnings in musical theater. This episode contains the voices of Constance Towers, Liz Lombardo, Lee Wilson and June Angela. Thi…
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The freedom to become is often taken for granted. And yet, it is what is becoming of us that is not always clear or honored. In this useful conversation, between theologian and academic, Dr. James Spencer and Broadcast Journalist and Documentarian, Richard Arnold Beattie, there are soundbites from political ads; sermons and interviews that are part…
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The Circular Saw that is known as the News Cycle, has been a "chop house" of stories that have made or never made the hourly news. Now veteran broadcast journalist Richard Arnold Beattie and Theologian, Academic and media commentator, Dr. James Spencer bring you "Behind the Curve," those stories that have fallen off the news workbench - but are sti…
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Crosstown Rivals Queen City of the Plains The Scrapper They Came to Play Prelude/Miners Jig Homestead Road St. Mary's Glacier Music Mountain Tartan and Tweed The Great Depression (Was Fun) The Rhythm of the Morning Authentic City Westcliffe Winds Breezy Island All songs by Richard Arnold Beattie Guitar and Vocals- Richard Arnold Beattie Harmonica- …
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Lousie Mosrie, has a heart for people and puts her arms around veterans in a way few people can- with music and lyrics. She tells the stories that reach deep below the places that go beyond the names and faces- This is the final instalment of a pilot program that includes music and poetry that welcome us home. http://www.legends953.com…
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The neighborhoods where I have dwelled-have been urban, rural, suburban and inner city. Some have been more "authentic" than others. In an age of Artificial grass, synthetic energy, and social media, I think about the folk and spiritual authenticity that was handed down to me, in sound and pictures, theater and songs, food and touch- and I wondered…
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From South Pacific to The Sound of Music, The King and I, Carousel and Oklahoma, The jones Beach Theater went on to be a key spot for R and H Revivals. Richard Arnold Beattie in this podcast talks to his friends and his beginnings in musical theater. This episode contains the voices of Constance Towers, Liz Lombardo, Lee Wilson and June Angela. htt…
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The further adventures of Gushikawa are detailed in this conversational - story telling program of our heroes, mixed in with rock and roll. Step into Faces Cafe- a listening room where not everybody knows your name- but they remember the faces. Roger Wise shares his stories as well! No artificial flavors- just authentic creative media- from Richard…
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How can we strive to connect with God at work? Richard Arnold Beattie and Lowell Busenitz go through some of the concepts of Soul Work. This is episode 1 of 10, a companion to reading or listening to the book. http://www.legends953.comKirjoittanut Richard Arnold Beattie, Dr. James Spencer, Rita Schulte, Lowell Busenitz
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A Hands-On Discussion from the author of Soul Work- Finding God in Your Entreprenurial Pursuits and the reader of the audio book. Lowell Busenitz and Richard Arnold Beattie have a weekly conversation on not just our life work but the work we are called to do. This conversation is meeting God who is already at work and who began a good work in you. …
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An audio documentary from Sound Century and Richard Arnold Beattie brings you the quintessential elements of a live theater event that is unmatched in the archives of Broadway. With the voices of The Lombardo Family, stories from Guy Lombardo; Oscar Hammerstein II, and the master builder Robert Moses- this is the story of Long Island and the longes…
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You can't keep good people down in the valley! Here is show number one from a new series from Sound Century. The profiles of almost 8 percent of all Coloradans have served in the Armed Services. Even more striking is that 40 percent of the population in Custer County Colorado are Veterans! As Robert Beattie (my father said) "I don't have all the na…
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Tartan and Tweed- D B7 Em7 G A The shepherd's plaid- the woven cloth; The Falkirk Sett, The Fields of North, The Plaid of snow. The early Spring- the Highland Dress, the weave we bring to sing! Em7 Bm Em D B7 Em A D Refrain: And the yarns were told to you and me, The yarns of family unity, The spinning of the words we read, the spinning of tartan a…
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The chord has been struck and the conversation is resounding in the world of technology, information and media. Journalist and Media Professional Richard Arnold Beattie speaks with Dr. James Spencer, Theologian and Educator on a series of Useful Conversations regarding AI. http://www.legends953.comKirjoittanut Richard Arnold Beattie, Dr. James Spencer, Rita Schulte, Lowell Busenitz
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From Richard Arnold Beattie, a spot that won Best of Show at the Addy's a few years back. In our busyness, we don't know what we are missing. Could what we are missing change our lives? This monologue written by Beattie is a great kick off question to any useful conversation. http://www.legends953.com…
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Listening Room with Faces Anthology . The combining of two concepts is what brings out dimensions in media. Stories and songs of a time period also brings out an understanding of commonality between two or more sides that divide neighbors. The concept of Listening Rooms that can share the songs of an era where the living elders have experienced the…
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Roger Wise and I speak with Gushikawa on Faces Anthology, a new show that tells the stories from veterans who live in the valley. The song continues each week- after the ceremonies and the parades. "I don't have all the names, but I remember the faces." Robert Beattie, WWII. http://www.legends953.com…
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Hey everyone- This is a must listen, with my friend and Vietnam Veteran, Roger Wise and some of the music that became anthems to welcome soldiers home to the community. The soundtrack includes, Buffalo Springfield; The Who, Burton Cummings.; Marvin Gaye; Stevie Wonder; Glen Campbell, and a cameo appearance by Zero Mostel. The theme song is Faces fr…
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From the Wet Mountain Valley in the Sangre de Cristos to the Collegiates and back to the Front Range, it is the stories that keep us together. Richard Arnold Beattie is a journalist, singer- songwriter who together with Vietnam Veteran and musician, Roger Wise and are collecting stories from Veterans. It is a half-hour weekly program to honor our v…
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sound of awakening in the key of E The rhythm of the morning, the birds the wind, a symphony, the rhythm of the morning. Eyes wide open, gratitude, a touch of rising attitude, the taste of brewing magnitude. It is the rhythm of the morning. Fingers play on black and white keys. The rhythm of the morning. The busyness of the birds and bees, the rhyt…
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A short take on a dialogue between author Lowell Busenitz and Richard Arnold Beattie in the form of a poetic monologue. Complete with the morning bells of a little mountain town, the clanging of the wind on the flagpole and a guitar and flute prelude. http://www.legends953.comKirjoittanut Richard Arnold Beattie, Dr. James Spencer, Rita Schulte, Lowell Busenitz
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What is the authentic sound of a city? In Detroit - it is Motown, in New York, the Hit Factory, in Memphis, it is Sun Records, in Nashville- The Sound Emporium. Denver is a melting pot of music and lyrics, voices and genres. This program is a partial list of the Denver Sound, what it was, what it is and what it could have been. And it still may bec…
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The Brotherhood of conservative radio talk show hosts has been waning in recent years. The death of Rush Limbaugh, and the continuing erosion of decency has hurt the medium. We remember a time in the late 1970's and early eighties, when it was more, liberal. Until a June night in 1984, when Alan Berg, was ambushed outside of his townhome on Adams a…
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Audio Learning comes from hearing and doing the Word. There is no better way than to hear and do that, than on the way to work. Hi, everyone, it's Richard Arnold Beattie and for years I have been riding the aisle of commutation by standing and holding on to the center pole between the secular and the sacred. Then I began to explore the inward waiti…
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Soul Work - Finding God in your Entreprenurial Pursuits by Lowell W. Busenitz and Read by Richard Arnold Beattie. The new broadcast is the audio study of the books that really matter. Chapter X Chapter is a new program that when you get the book, you get the audio book and study. To find out more e-mail soundcenturyoriginals@gmail.com. Find out mor…
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Act I- 1980-1986 Love and the Dancer When the Phone Rings Faces Tune for Lionel It Could Be Good Friends (Livingston Taylor) Produced by John Burris/Hands on Recording Studios. January 1986 William Bassett, Guitar Richard Beattie, Guitar and Vocal All songs except where noted by Richard Beattie Act II 1994- 2024 Romeo Poet's Row Blue Prince Dreamer…
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Useful Conversations: Serpents and Doves: In their podcast series, Richard Arnold Beattie and Dr. James Spencer engage in useful conversations. One episode titled “Serpents and Doves,” provides Christians with a vision for political engagement governed by the uniquely Christian task of pointing to and glorifying God2. Their discussions cover topics…
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It's what they like to say- going viral. The music charts of the 60's and 70's borrowed from all genres- Film, Church, and the Broadway stage. Richard Arnold Beattie brings you sounds of Broadway and who covered it! You've been to the Songwriters Gallery and you've learned how to Folk Process- now enjoy the Listening Room Experience! http://www.leg…
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