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They Reminisce Over You

Hella Good Creative

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A podcast that celebrates and honors the best in music, movies, and TV from the past. Hosted by knowledgeable and passionate fans of the genres, Christina and Miguel delve into the careers and legacies of some of the biggest names in hip hop, R&B, and pop culture. From discussing the groundbreaking music of Missy Elliott and Mary J. Blige, to exploring the iconic moments in TV and film, like the chaos at the '95 Source Awards, T.R.O.Y. has something for everyone. So join us as we reminisce o ...
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Historical Reminiscents

Krista McCracken

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Historical Reminiscents is dedicated to discussing public history and archival practice. Created and produced by Krista McCracken this weekly podcast discusses archival impulses, shares insight into the world of public historians, and tackles historical interpretations in Canada.
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REMINISCENCE

Wayne Simpson

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Welcome to Reminiscence. Mixing the tracks of new with a blend of the tracks of old. A combination of Drum & Bass and Hip Hop along with classic Soul and House grooves. So take a listen, download and enjoy!
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Reminisce

Rian Reed

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Podcast by Rian Reed, Educator Entrepreneur Empowering People in the Digital Space | #Educate | #Innovate| #Empower | #MDESchat | #GoogleCert -- In Wakanda, call me Shikikato. Follow me on Twitter @MissReed Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/reminisce/support
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Frequencies

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Série française de science-fiction dramatique. Le casque est recommandé dans la causalité. L'aventure d'un homme se mourant dans le désert, dont le passé lui revient en mémoire et va nous raconter son histoire. Installez-vous confortablement, fermez les yeux et laissez vous emporter dans ce récit intemporel.
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Reminiscencias Podcast

Acezitsumo & Doctor Takis

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AcezItsumo Y doctor Takis Nos traen este podcast Mensual lleno de cultura Pop de los años 90 . Anime , series de Tv, películas y video juegos estaran presentes en la mesa de discusión. Unete , comenta y comparte con nosotros un poco de aquella nostalgia que nos hizo la generación que somos .
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Reminiscent | A Pop Punk and Emo Music Podcast

Tom Kelly and Pat Holmes

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Reminiscent is a weekly show where 2 best friends discuss their favorite bands from their adolescence and how it’s shaped their lives as they find themselves exploring early adulthood. Hitting puberty in the early 2000’s was a really strange time for a lot of people, but Tom and Pat have had each others back since the early 90s. Come along for the ride.
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In our previous episode, we covered Teddy Riley's influential production career. In this episode, we focus on his journey as a performer, starting from his pioneering new jack swing days with Guy, a brief stop with his brother's group, Wreckx-N-Effect and finally to his Blackstreet era. Teddy's run as both a producer and performer is one that few a…
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On this episode, we’re talking about a producer, songwriter, sometime singer and rapper. He’s done songs for Doug E. Fresh & Slick Rick, Heavy D, Kool Moe Dee, Big Daddy Kane, Keith Sweat, Al B. Sure!, Bobby Brown, Whitney Houston, Janet Jackson, Michael Jackson and more. He's done albums for himself as a member of Guy & Blackstreet, and he was ind…
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On this episode we’re talking about Mr. Big Stuff, The Heavster, The Overweight Lover, out of Moneyearnin’ Mount Vernon, the diddly, diddly, diddly, diddly, diddly D. One of a small number of people who have done a song with both Michael and Janet Jackson. The man who is pretty much responsible for kicking off Uptown Records, since he was the first…
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It's been a while since we've dropped an episode about the ladies, so on this one we're talking about 8 of them. Yes, 8. We're diving into the world of R&B with a spotlight on some of our favorite voices. First up, we have the First Ladies of Bad Boy, Total. Kim, Keisha and Pam. Then we're heading north of the border to talk about two vocal powerho…
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On this episode, we had a conversation about OutKast’s debut album, Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik. This is an album that helped redefine the sound and identity of Southern hip hop, and played a significant role in introducing the world to the unique sound and culture of the “Dirty South.” This album laid the foundation for OutKast's legendary car…
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On this episode, we are having a conversation about the 40+ year career of one of the greatest R&B groups of all time, and the inspiration for all of the boy bands that followed their blueprint. From direct descendants like New Kids On The Block and Boyz II Men, to current day acts like BTS, New Edition is “where it all started.” We talked about th…
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On this episode, we are having a conversation about Usher's 2004 album, Confessions. It's been 20 years since its original release, so we're discussing the impact of the album, how it dominated the Billboard charts, as well as some of the misconceptions about the content. We got into Confessions a little bit in July 2021 in our Usher episode, but f…
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On this episode, we're having a conversation about one of our favorite groups, one of the greatest hip hop groups of all time, A Tribe Called Quest. Join us as we discuss their body of work and their legacy. Head over to our website, troypodcast.com to check out footnotes, a playlist and a transcript for this episode. While you're here, make sure t…
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They Reminisce Over You will be back with new episodes Spring 2024, but in the meantime, we wanted to share with you an episode of a show that we love, Queue Points, hosted by the homies Jay Ray & DJ Sir Daniel. We did an episode of Queue Points last year, and they were on our show earlier this year, so go back and check those out if you haven't al…
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So, we've reached that time of year that no matter where you are, in a mall, grocery store, movie theater, watching TV and hearing a commercial, Christmas music is everywhere. So, it is officially holiday music season. So, that's what we're gonna be talking about on this episode. We're talking about Christmas songs and the ones we like, the ones we…
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This week we are talking about something that we've mentioned on this pod a lot. How many times have we talked about a song that we love that wasn't the original, it wasn't on the album, but it was on the cassette or the CD single? Or sometimes it was a music video. Yeah, it was similar, but there were some differences that made it stand out, and m…
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We talk a lot of about album anniversaries on this show, but this is the first time we talk about one of our own! On November 9, 2013, Tom’s band The Good Fight released their debut (and final) EP “This Is My Nightmare” and the guys go track by track and discuss the writing and recording process of each song and provide some insight on how recordin…
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On this episode, we're talking about a man whose career spans decades. A versatile actor who has the range to play a menacing drug kingpin as well as a talking mirror. He's probably best known for his role as Gus Fring on Breaking Bad & Better Call Saul. You may also know him as Buggin' Out from Do the Right Thing or more recently, Moff Gideon in T…
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This week we’re talking about a production team that had a major influence on a time in hip hop that we spoke about in the last episode, the so-called “jiggy, shiny suit, bling bling era.” Even though they had been around since 1990 doing tracks for act like Chubb Rock, Kool G. Rap, Big Daddy Kane, Roxanne Shante and The Real Roxanne, 1994 is when …
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A couple weeks ago we did an episode dedicated to the first 50 years of hip hop. There was a lot to go over and a lot to cover, so we had to break it up into two episodes. We're only gonna get about 8% of it. But we are back on this episode to pick up where we left off. We finished up the last episode talking about the Golden Era, and on this episo…
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This week, we're discussing the 25th anniversary of Lauryn Hill's solo debut album, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill. This classic album was released on August 25, 1998, and features a number of standout tracks like "Doo Wop (That Thing)," "Ex-Factor," "Lost Ones," "To Zion" and more. She won five Grammy's for this album, making her the first woman …
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On this episode, we are discussing something that's been a part of our lives as far back as we both can remember. It's influenced the way we dress, the way we talk, the music we listen to. It's what makes us who we are. In 2023, we're celebrating 50 years of this culture that we call hip hop. We were originally gonna do just one episode, but realiz…
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On this episode, we are talking about an R&B trio from New York City. Peers and contemporaries of groups like Xscape, Jade, Total, Destiny's Child, 702. You know, all the ’90’s girls. One of the biggest selling girl groups of all time, and that's globally. They've sold 30 million records. We're talking about Taj, Lelee, and Coko and her long ass na…
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On this episode, we are going to talk about a TV show that ran for five seasons on Fox from 1990 to 1994. Created by Keenen Ivory Wayans, it launched the careers of some of the biggest names in show business like Jennifer Lopez, Jim Carrey, Jamie Foxx, Shawn and Marlon Wayans, Rosie Perez and more. It was a sketch comedy unlike anything that had co…
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On this episode, we are talking about one of the greatest groups of '90s R&B, actually '90s music in general. They brought you songs like "The Blues," "Feels Good," "Whatever You Want," "Anniversary," "Let's Get Down. " All the jams that you know and love. From Oakland, California. Tony! Toni! Toné! We get into our favorite songs from their albums,…
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On this episode we're gonna talk about an actor who got his big break playing a “plucky pizza delivery guy” turned badass survivalist in The Walking Dead for six long seasons. He then went on to play a wide range of characters in critically acclaimed movies such as Nope and Minari. The latter, which he was also an executive producer and earned him …
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This week we are discussing the debut film from The Hughes Brothers, Menace II Society. We briefly mentioned the movie in our Larenz Tate episode (also named What You Say About My Mama?), so we decided to drop our thoughts on the cast, our favorite scenes, and whether or not it holds up today. May 26th will mark the 30th anniversary of its release …
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2023 marks the 50 year anniversary of what is widely accepted and agreed upon as the birth of hip hop, August 11, 1973. We are celebrating those 50 years with a series of conversations with some our favorite podcast hosts. With hip hop being the most influential and dominant musical genre of the past two decades or so, we believe it's important to …
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This week, we're revisiting a theme that we explored in episode 43, "New R&B For Old Heads," but this time, we're shifting our focus to hip hop. For almost two decades, people have been claiming that hip hop is dead, but like with R&B, we don't agree. In fact, we think there are a lot of new artists who are pushing the genre forward and keeping it …
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This week, we'll be taking a trip down memory lane and revisiting one of the most iconic girl groups of all time - TLC. In this episode, we'll explore the group's journey to fame, starting with their debut album "Ooooooohhh... On the TLC Tip." We'll then dive into their second album "CrazySexyCool," which sold over 10 million copies in the US alone…
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On this episode, we're diving into the world of one of the most legendary hip-hop groups ever: Naughty By Nature. Formed in East Orange, New Jersey in the late 1980s, the trio of Treach, Vin Rock, and DJ Kay Gee came onto the scene as The New Style with their debut album, "Independent Leaders," in 1989. With their high-energy performances and infec…
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2023 marks the 50 year anniversary of what is widely accepted and agreed upon as the birth of hip hop, August 11, 1973. We are celebrating those 50 years with a series of conversations with some our favorite podcasts. With hip hop being the most influential and dominant musical genre of the past two decades or so, we believe it's important to refle…
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This week we're discussing Morris Chestnut. One of the most popular Black actors of the past 30 or so years, you know him from such movies like Boyz n the Hood, Two Can Play That Game, The Brothers and The Best Man as well as his roles on hit TV shows like Nurse Jackie, The Resident and most recently, The Best Man: The Final Chapters. This man is a…
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When we recorded our "New R&B For Old Heads" episode, SZA's SOS album release date hadn't been announced yet. Ironically, it came out on the same day that we released the episode. So, we had to go back in and record this B-Side the next day with some new information that had been presented to us via the album. Christina gives us what might be a con…
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2007 was a very important year for Tom, Pat, and the scene as a whole. This year saw some of our favorite releases of all time, and things get contentious real fast as we scramble to claim our favorite tracks for this week’s draft. We end with quick conversation about The Hum Goes On Forever by The Wonder Years. Subscribe at Apple Podcasts | Google…
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Daddy and daddy have been away for a few months, and we’re very sorry that we left you all alone with the babysitter, a terrible April Fool’s joke of an episode. So we’re popping in real quick with a brand new toy to hopefully make things right. Here’s All That I’ve Got by The Used, but for real this time. Not a dragon in sight. See you in 10 month…
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This week, we're discussing the 30th anniversary of Dr. Dre's groundbreaking solo debut album, The Chronic. This classic album, which was released on December 15, 1992, features a number of notable, but then unknown artists, including Snoop Dogg, Nate Dogg, and Warren G. In this episode, we will explore the making of The Chronic and its lasting imp…
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This week, we're discussing a topic that gets brought up on social media whenever a publication or random celebrity is looking for clicks (we see you, Diddy.) Is R&B dead? We don't think so, and we're here to talk to you about a few artists that we enjoy. Also, we take a crack at deciphering SZA lyrics and Miguel explains how any issues with curren…
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REMINISCENCE Drum & Bass Mix Sessions December 2022 Main Track List: - BREAK - Better Be Sure BREDREN - Betta feat. S.P.Y (Original Mix) MOZEY - Disco MONSS - Flute S.P.Y - Night Fury HOAX - Nebula (Original Mix) PHILTH, TREX - Shadow Dwellers (Original Mix) MISTA MATTHEWS - Just For You ED SOLO, G SHELLZ - Cheque ALIX PEREZ - Not Alone (Original M…
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On this B-Side episode we're discussing the Showtime comedy Flatbush Misdemeanors. We found out the show was cancelled the same day that we recorded this, but decided to go ahead with it anyway since it's still worth reviewing (for us) and streaming (if you haven't already) on demand. Head over to troypodcast.com for links to some of the things tha…
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On this episode, we're talking about an actor who has been in the game for 30 years now. He debuted as a high school student/DJ, Q in Juice in 1992, and he has been working consistently been working in movies and television every year since. We discuss some of our favorite roles of his and wonder what ever happened to that rap album that he was pro…
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On this episode, we're talking about a show that was extremely pivotal to Hip Hop becoming mainstream. This show brought Black culture into living rooms all across North America on a nightly basis, at a time when pretty much no one else was doing it, and it was done in a way that wasn't sugar coated or watered down. The Arsenio Hall Show was the fi…
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On this B-Side episode we're discussing Lisa Stansfield's 1989 hit "All Around the World." We break down the lyrics and talk about what's REALLY going on in the song. We also talk about how the song gets taken to another level when the legendary Barry White adds his touch to the remix. Head over to troypodcast.com for links to some of the things th…
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We've talked about doing this episode for a while now, we've even mentioned doing it on the show at least 3 times, but it's finally here. We're talking about the bad boys of R&B, none other than Jodeci. This is one of our favorite groups, so this was a must do episode, even if it took us 2 years to finally do it.We discuss their early days as gospe…
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On this episode, we're talking about the career of hip hop legend, LL Cool J. We take a run through his discography, discussing the highs and lows, our favorite tracks and Miguel explains why LL is still the G.O.A.T., even if you don't think so. Head over to troypodcast.com for links to some of the things that we referenced in this episode and an L…
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On this B-Side episode, we're talking about some of our favorite Mariah Carey moments that didn't quite fit in with the Butterfly album discussion that we had in the last pod. We talk about Mariah's Oprah appearance in '99, with Da Brat & Missy Elliott, some of our favorite catchphrases, and why Mariah isn't a diva, she's just funny. Head over to t…
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This week we are discussing the 25th anniversary of Mariah Carey's landmark album, Butterfly. We touch on some of the hits from her first 4 albums, and talk about how this album helped shift her image into the Mariah that we know today. By the end of the episode, Miguel contemplates joining the Lambily. Head over to troypodcast.com for links to som…
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Originally released in January 2021, here’s another episode that we’ve taken from the vault and remixed. Check out this conversation that we had about a true legend, Tevin Campbell. We discussed our favorite moments from his career, the songs that we loved, and wonder how he's been able to keep such a low profile in this day and age. Miguel compare…
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REMINISCENCE Drum & Bass Mix Sessions August 2022 Main Track List:- ANDY C, THE PRODIGY - Firestarter (ANDY C Remix) THE SAUCE - Round The Corner MISTA MATTHEWS - Winter Blues WAEYS - The Run (MOLECULAR Remix) SHY FX, VOLTAGE, AGENT SASCO - AMAZING (featuring AGENT SASCO) BREDREN - Trench HARLEY D - Colours (SERIAL KILLAZ) MISTA MATTHEWS - Solstice…
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Time to sit back and unwind... Hey y'all, Just dropping in to let you know that we're taking a break for the summer, we're gonna go outside and play for a bit. Don't worry, we'll still be around on social, so feel free to hit us up either on the bird @TROYpodcast or on the 'gram @troypodcast, we'll still be active on both. Also, head over to our we…
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REMINISCENCE Tech House Mix Sessions June 2022 A DUB.U.S PRODUCTION Mixed by Wayne Simpson Main track list: PALUMA -Rapture (Kevin Mckay Extended Remix) CID, JOSHWA - How We Do (Original Mix) FLERA, DOT N LIFE - Hollaback Girl (Extended Mix) ACRAZE - Do It To It (Extended Mix) JAZZY, JAMES HYPE, BELTERS ONLY - Make Me Feel Good (James Hype Extended…
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This episode was originally released January 2021. It was our first episode, back when we had very little knowledge of what we were doing in terms of audio production. Like Teedra, we think that this episode needs a little more love, so we've cleaned up the audio (as best as we could, it was a mess, lol) and we're putting it back out on the streets…
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This week, we're looking back at some of our favorite moments from the show. Join us as we reminisce (pun intended) about what made us laugh while making these episodes. If you're new to the pod, this is a great way to sample the back catalog, and for our long time listeners take a listen to see if some of your favorite moments are here. We'll be l…
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In this episode of the Historical Reminiscents Podcast I'm veering away from historical content and chatting about my experiences advocating for trans and gender diverse inclusion, with a focus on gender identity trainingโดย Krista McCracken
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