Miles Davis – That’s What Happened Radio Special

Miles Davis changed the direction of jazz music many times over his long career. The early 80's were no different, as Miles hand-picked a new batch of musicians to bring his jazz-rock fusion to life. In this one-hour special, we hear bootleg recordings, outtakes and more that show Miles' creative process. Band members Vince Wilburn, Jr, Marcus Miller, Mike Stern and John Scofield tell stories of their time playing with Miles during this era.

Radio Special Details

  • Artist: Miles Davis
  • Title: Miles Davis - That's What Happened Radio Special
  • Producer: Paul Chuffo (Joyride Media)
  • Host: Joshua Jackson
  • Premiere Date: 9/3/2022
  • Broadcast Window: Fall/Winter 2022
  • Interviews: Band members Vince Wilburn, Jr, Marcus Miller, Mike Stern and John Scofield
  • Music: Songs from Miles Davis - That's What Happened 1982-1985: Bootleg Series Vol. 7, (Legacy Recordings - September 16, 2022) Select tracks from the "That's What Happened 1982-1985: The Bootleg Series Vol. 7" box set (in stores 9/16/2022) include previously unreleased studio sessions and live recordings from Montreal 7/7/1983.
  • Media: One hour radio special (59:00 or 54:00 formats) and four-part podcast series. Unhosted radio program is also available, as well as Montreal 7/7/1983 live tracks, selected and sequenced to fit perfectly in an hour of radio.
  • Signup: Click "Airdates Submission Form" below to request this program for your station, including any specific or approximate airdates.
  • Distribution: Download now from PRX or Dropbox.
  • Broadcast Terms: Free program available to air as-is in any terrestrial or digital linear broadcast. No spots, no barter, no costs, no problem.
  • Podcast: Content will be edited as a four part podcast series on all podcast platforms, to share on any websites, blogs or social media. Music excerpts approved by the copyright holders will be included in place of the full album tracks heard in the radio special.
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    Miles Davis - That's What Happened

    Please refer to these sample cue sheets with average segment lengths while the show in production. Exact details will be updated here as they are confirmed.

    Two 1:00 music beds (**) are included for use as needed: as-is, live-read music beds, or to be replaced by your own pre-produced content.

    59:00 Version

    3 segments, 2 breaks, up to 3:00 of local spots, primarily for non-commercial radio broadcasts.

    1. Segment 1 (20:00)
      • In: interview excerpt
      • Out: “I’m Joshua Jackson and you’re listening to Miles Davis - That's What Happened.”
      • Song: Human Nature, Time After Time, What's Love Got To Do With It,
    2. Break 1 (1:00) **
      • Song:
    3. Segment 2 (20:00)
      • In: “Welcome back to Miles Davis - That's What Happened, I’m Joshua Jackson”
      • Out: “I’m Joshua Jackson and you’re listening to Miles Davis - That's What Happened.”
      • Songs: What It Is (Live), Code 3 (Live), Star on Cicely (Live)
    4. Break 2 (1:00) **
      • Song:
    5. Segment 3 (17:00)
      • In: “Welcome back to Miles Davis - That's What Happened, I’m Joshua Jackson.”
      • Out: “I’m Joshua Jackson, and thanks for listening.”
      • Songs: Hopscotch (slow), Freaky Deaky, Santana

    54:00 / 52:00 Version

    4 segments, 3 breaks, up to 8:00 for local spots / promos / news. Top of the hour news can easily be inserted in the “news-hole” between the Billboard / Intro and Segment 1.

    1. Billboard / Intro (1:00)
      • In: interview excerpt
      • Out: “I’m Joshua Jackson and you’re listening to Miles Davis - That's What Happened.”
      • Song: Human Nature
    2. Segment 1 (14:00)
      • In: “Welcome back to Miles Davis - That's What Happened, I’m Joshua Jackson”
      • Out: “I’m Joshua Jackson and you’re listening to Miles Davis - That's What Happened.”
      • Song: Human Nature, Time After Time, What's Love Got To Do With It,
    3. Break 1 (1:00) **
      • Song:
    4. Segment 2 (20:00)
      • In: “Welcome back to Miles Davis - That's What Happened, I’m Joshua Jackson”
      • Out: “I’m Joshua Jackson and you’re listening to Miles Davis - That's What Happened.”
      • Songs: What It Is (Live), Code 3 (Live), Star on Cicely (Live)
    5. Break 2 (1:00) **
      • Song:
    6. Segment 3 (17:00)
      • In: “Welcome back to Miles Davis - That's What Happened, I’m Joshua Jackson.”
      • Out: “I’m Joshua Jackson, and thanks for listening.”
      • Songs: Hopscotch (slow), Freaky Deaky, Santana

    Miles Davis – That’s What Happened Radio Tracks

    Click play to check out new Miles Davis radio tracks from That's What Happened 1982-1985: Bootleg Series Vol. 7 (Legacy Recordings), released September 16, 2022. List icon on right opens the song list, down arrows download the tracks.

    Formats: Jazz, Urban Alternative, AAA, Noncomm, NPR

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      Miles Davis – Hopscotch (slow)

      "Hopscotch (slow)" by Miles Davis from That's What Happened 1982-1985: Bootleg Series Vol. 7 (Legacy Recordings - September 16, 2022). Great track for Jazz, Urban Alternative, AAA, Noncomm, NPR radio.

      https://youtu.be/qq5kfw8pwac
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      Miles Davis: Trumpet. Bob Berg: Soprano Saxophone, John Scofield: Guitar, Robert Irving lll: Keyboards, Darryl Jones: Electric Bass, Vince Wilburn, Jr.: Drums, Steve Thornton: Percussion. Arranged by Robert Irving III and Miles Davis. Produced by Miles Davis and Robert Irving lll Co-Producer: Vince Wilburn, Jr. Recorded December 27, 1984 at The Record Plant, NYC by Ron Lorman and Tom Swift during the You’re Under Arrest sessions


      Miles Davis – That’s What Happened Unboxing

      "That's What Happened Unboxing" by Miles Davis from That's What Happened 1982-1985: Bootleg Series Vol. 7 (Legacy Recordings - September 16, 2022). Great track for Jazz, Urban Alternative, AAA, Noncomm, NPR radio.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f8fgqVjFFP4
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      Unboxing of "That's What Happened 1982-1985: The Bootleg Series Vol. 7" by Miles Davis


      Leonard Cohen – Hallelujah and Songs from His Albums Playlist

      Click play to check out new Leonard Cohen radio tracks from Hallelujah and Songs from His Albums (Columbia/Legacy)), released July 1, 2022. List icon on right opens the song list, down arrows download the tracks.

      New Leonard Cohen compilation available new features previously unreleased "Hallelujah (Live at Glastonbury 2008) and more of his classics featured in the film, "Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song." Complete form below to download tracks for radio airplay. His original studio version not on the official release is also included in this playlist and download folder for convenience.

      Formats: AAA, Noncomm, NPR, Folk

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        Leonard Cohen Hallelujah Film Radio Special

        One hour radio special goes behind the making of the new film, "Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song," as well as the histories of the legendary artist and song that both inspired the movie.

        Radio Special Details

        • Artist: Leonard Cohen
        • Title: Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song Radio Special
        • Producer: True Tone Media Group
        • Host: Amanda Shires
        • Premiere Date: July 15, 2022
        • Broadcast Window: Summer 2022
        • Interviews: Leonard Cohen archival footage. Exclusive content from film-makers Dan Geller and Dayna Goldfine and journalist Larry Ratso Sloman. Comments about Cohen's influence from members of Mountain Goats, Old 97s and Cold War Kids. Film excerpts featuring Rufus Wainwright, Glen Hansard, John Lissauer and Judy Collins. Special appearance by Rita Houston (WFUV New York).
        • Music: Songs from Leonard Cohen - Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, (Sony Pictures Classics - July 1, 2022) Live and studio versions of Hallelujah by Leonard Cohen, Jeff Buckley, Brandi Carlile and John Cale, plus more Leonard Cohen songs from his albums
        • Media: One hour radio special and podcasts
        • Signup: Click "Airdates Submission Form" below to request this program for your station, including any specific or approximate airdates.
        • Distribution: Broadcast quality audio files can now be downloaded from these PRX and Dropbox links.
        • Broadcast Terms: Free program available to air as-is in any terrestrial or digital linear broadcast. No spots, no barter, no costs, no problem.
        • Podcast: Content will be edited as a four part podcast series on all podcast platforms, to share on any websites, blogs or social media. Music excerpts approved by the copyright holders will be included in place of the full album tracks heard in the radio special.
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          Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song

          Please refer to these sample cue sheets with average segment lengths while the show in production. Exact details will be updated here as they are confirmed.

          Two 1:00 music beds (**) are included for use as needed: as-is, live-read music beds, or to be replaced by your own pre-produced content.

          59:00 Version

          3 segments, 2 breaks, up to 3:00 of local spots, primarily for non-commercial radio broadcasts.

          1. Segment 1 (19:00)
            • In: interview excerpt
            • Out: “I’m Amanda Shires and you’re listening to Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song.”
            • Song: Hallelujah (Live at Glastonbury 2008), Famous Blue Raincoat, Suzanne, Thanks for the Dance, Who By Fire
          2. Break 1 (1:00) **
            • Song: Who By Fire
          3. Segment 2 (19:00)
            • In: “Welcome back to Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song, I’m Amanda Shires”
            • Out: “I’m Amanda Shires and you’re listening to Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song.”
            • Songs: I'm Your Man, The Future, You Want it Darker, You Got Me Singing, Hallelujah (Brandi Carlile), Hallelujah
          4. Break 2 (1:00) **
            • Song: The Future
          5. Segment 3 (19:00)
            • In: “Welcome back to Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song, I’m Amanda Shires.”
            • Out: “I’m Amanda Shires, and thanks for listening.”
            • Songs: Dance Me To the End of Love, Hallelujah (John Cale), Hallelujah (Jeff Buckley), Hallelujah (Brandi Carlile), Hallelujah (Live at Glastonbury 2008)

          54:00 / 52:00 Version

          4 segments, 3 breaks, up to 8:00 for local spots / promos / news. Top of the hour news can easily be inserted in the “news-hole” between the Billboard / Intro and Segment 1.

          1. Billboard / Intro (1:00)
            • In: interview excerpt
            • Out: “I’m Amanda Shires and you’re listening to Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song.”
            • Song: Hallelujah (Live at Glastonbury 2008)
          2. Segment 1 (15:00)
            • In: “Welcome back to Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song, I’m Amanda Shires”
            • Out: “I’m Amanda Shires and you’re listening to Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song.”
            • Song: Hallelujah (Live at Glastonbury 2008), Famous Blue Raincoat, Suzanne, Thanks for the Dance, Who By Fire
          3. Break 1 (1:00) **
            • Song: Who By Fire
          4. Segment 2 (17:00)
            • In: “Welcome back to Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song, I’m Amanda Shires”
            • Out: “I’m Amanda Shires and you’re listening to Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song.”
            • Songs: I'm Your Man, The Future, You Want it Darker, You Got Me Singing, Hallelujah (Brandi Carlile), Hallelujah
          5. Break 2 (1:00) **
            • Song: The Future
          6. Segment 3 (19:00)
            • In: “Welcome back to Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song, I’m Amanda Shires.”
            • Out: “I’m Amanda Shires, and thanks for listening.”
            • Songs: Dance Me To the End of Love, Hallelujah (John Cale), Hallelujah (Jeff Buckley), Hallelujah (Brandi Carlile), Hallelujah (Live at Glastonbury 2008)

          Leonard Cohen Hallelujah Trailer

          Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song. A Sony Pictures Classics film.

          In theatres soonJuly 1, 2022 in NY and LA, in most other markets by 7/22 or 8/5. Click for showtimes and tickets near you.

          Click for Music and content available for AAA, Noncomm, NPR, Folk radio

          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=11IPQYZMXjc

          This feature-length documentary explores the life of singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen as seen through the prism of his internationally renowned hymn, Hallelujah.

          Directed by Dan Geller and Dayna Goldfine. Music, interviews and other content features Leonard Cohen, Jeff Buckley, Brandi Carlile, Rufus Wainwright, John Cale, Glen Hansard, Judy Collins, Bob Dylan, Eric Church, Clive Davis and even more.


          Daryl Hall Radio Special

          Radio Special Details

          • Artist: Daryl Hall
          • Title: Daryl Hall - BeforeAfter Radio Special
          • Producer: Joyride Media
          • Host: Paul Cavalconte
          • Premiere Date: April 1, 2022
          • Broadcast Window: Spring/Summer 2022
          • Interviews:
          • Music: Songs from Daryl Hall - BeforeAfter, (Legacy Recordings - April 1, 2022)
          • Media: One hour radio special and podcasts
          • Signup: Click "Airdates Submission Form" below to request this program for your station, including any specific or approximate airdates.
          • Distribution: Download links for PRX, Airplay Direct, Dropbox and other services will be posted by mid-April.
          • Broadcast Terms: Free program available to air as-is in any terrestrial or digital linear broadcast. No spots, no barter, no costs, no problem.
          • Podcast: Content will be edited as a four part podcast series on all podcast platforms, to share on any websites, blogs or social media. Music excerpts approved by the copyright holders will be included in place of the full album tracks heard in the radio special.
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            Daryl Hall - BeforeAfter

            Please refer to these sample cue sheets with average segment lengths while the show in production. Exact details will be updated here as they are confirmed.

            Two 1:00 music beds (**) are included for use as needed: as-is, live-read music beds, or to be replaced by your own pre-produced content.

            59:00 Version

            3 segments, 2 breaks, up to 3:00 of local spots, primarily for non-commercial radio broadcasts.

            1. Segment 1 (19:00)
              • In: interview excerpt
              • Out: “I’m Paul Cavalconte and you’re listening to Daryl Hall - BeforeAfter.”
              • Song:
            2. Break 1 (1:00) **
              • Song:
            3. Segment 2 (16:00)
              • In: “Welcome back to Daryl Hall - BeforeAfter, I’m Paul Cavalconte”
              • Out: “I’m Paul Cavalconte and you’re listening to Daryl Hall - BeforeAfter.”
              • Songs:
            4. Break 2 (1:00) **
              • Song:
            5. Segment 3 (22:00)
              • In: “Welcome back to Daryl Hall - BeforeAfter, I’m Paul Cavalconte.”
              • Out: “I’m Paul Cavalconte, and thanks for listening.”
              • Songs:

            54:00 / 52:00 Version

            4 segments, 3 breaks, up to 8:00 for local spots / promos / news. Top of the hour news can easily be inserted in the “news-hole” between the Billboard / Intro and Segment 1.

            1. Billboard / Intro (1:00)
              • In: interview excerpt
              • Out: “I’m Paul Cavalconte and you’re listening to Daryl Hall - BeforeAfter.”
              • Song:
            2. Segment 1 (17:00)
              • In: “Welcome back to Daryl Hall - BeforeAfter, I’m Paul Cavalconte”
              • Out: “I’m Paul Cavalconte and you’re listening to Daryl Hall - BeforeAfter.”
              • Song:
            3. Break 1 (1:00) **
              • Song:
            4. Segment 2 (16:00)
              • In: “Welcome back to Daryl Hall - BeforeAfter, I’m Paul Cavalconte”
              • Out: “I’m Paul Cavalconte and you’re listening to Daryl Hall - BeforeAfter.”
              • Songs:
            5. Break 2 (1:00) **
              • Song:
            6. Segment 3 (18:00)
              • In: “Welcome back to Daryl Hall - BeforeAfter, I’m Paul Cavalconte.”
              • Out: “I’m Paul Cavalconte, and thanks for listening.”
              • Songs: