In celebration of All Hallows Eve, the next episode will cover the greatest fiction monsters of all time across literature, television and film. To start things off, please use the survey link below to give me your choices.
This week’s episode is about the top solo debut albums. Also in what I’m reading, watching, and listening to, I talk about a non-fiction book, a cartoon series, and a radio show.
What I’m Reading, Watching, Listening to
- The Prince of Darkness: The Untold Story of Jeremiah G. Hamilton, Wall Street’s First Black Millionaire – Goodreads Synopsis
- Star Wars: Rebels – Disney
- Abstract Radio – Abstract Radio on Beats 1
Best Solo Debuts
Raekwon – Only Built For a Cuban Linx
Justin Timberlake – Justified
Beyonce´ – Dangerously In Love
George Michael – Faith
D’Angelo – Brown Sugar
Whitney Houston – Whitney Houston
Mariah Carey – Mariah Carey
Aretha Franklin – Songs of Faith
Lauryn Hill – The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill
Wyclef Jean – The Carnival
Nas – Illmatic
Snoop Doggy Dog – Doggystyle
Doctor Dre – The Chronic
Michael Jackson – Off The Wall
Due to a day of celebration for my daughter’s 10th birthday, this week’s episode of the Multifarious Man Podcast will not be posted until Sunday, October 25th (Tomorrow)
Coming up on this week’s show we will be discussing the top solo debut albums of all time. This topic will be open to all music genres that I can think of and I would love feedback from the audience. Send me your top 5 solo debuts across any genre. Post comments directly to this thread or any of the following
Poll: Poll Daddy
On today’s episode I discuss the songs used in television and musicals. Now to be clear I am not talking about the score or background music. I am talking about songs that the characters hear and sing. So “Say A Little Prayer” from My Best Friend’s Wedding would be part of the conversation but “Highway to the Danger Zone” from Top Gun would not.
On today’s episode I will be discussing music in televsion and film. This will only include songs heard or sung by the characters, as I will be saving scores and soundracks for another day.
musical: a play or motion picture in which the story line is interspersed with or developed by songs, dances and the like.
soundtrack: the music or dialouge from a film available on a commercial recording
score: the music played as background to or part of a movie, play, or television presentation
Tune in to this Saturday’s show for my interview with stage, television, and film actor, Ralph Navarro.