Coverville 1330: John Lennon Cover Story V

In the month that John Lennon would have turned 80 years old, let’s look back at some great covers of his music, and we’ll present a world premiere of track from a brand new Lennon/McCartney cover album! (76 minutes)


Title Artist Length Artwork Album Original Artist Versions Buy
I’ll Keep You Satisfied Frankie Siragusa 2:08 Frankie Siragusa Plays: Goodbye My Love - Lost Songs of The Beatles Covered and Rediscovered Billy J. Kramer and The Dakotas Amazon
Imagine GEMS 3:29 Imagine John Lennon 31 Artist's Website
Mind Games George Clinton 5:26 Working Class Hero: A Tribute To John Lennon John Lennon 4 Amazon
Real Love Regina Spektor 3:14 Triple J: Like A Version 4 John Lennon/Beatles Amazon
Instant Karma Beat Crusaders 4:07 Musicrusaders John Lennon 6 Amazon
Gimme Some Truth Cheap Trick 2:58 Gimme Some Truth - Single John Lennon 5 iTunes
Cold Turkey Beki Bondage 4:25 Cold Turkey John Lennon 5 iTunes Amazon
Working Class Hero Roger Taylor 4:41 Electric Fire John Lennon 7 Amazon
How Do You Sleep? Icehouse 8:02 The Berlin Tapes (Remastered) John Lennon 2 Amazon
Give Peace A Chance Mitch Miller & The Gang 5:17 Spy Magazine Presents, Vol 3: Soft, Safe & Sanitized John Lennon 3 Amazon
Jealous Guy Kwabs 2:45 Dermot O'Leary Presents The Saturday Sessions 2015 John Lennon 20 Amazon
Oh My Love Elvira Nikolaisen 3:04 Instant Karma: The Amnesty International Campaign To Save Darfur John Lennon 3 Amazon
(Just Like) Starting Over Kat Edmonson 5:08 Take To The Sky John Lennon 3 iTunes Amazon
Oh Yoko The Ghost In You 4:56 I Saved Latin! A Tribute to Wes Anderson John Lennon 3 Amazon
#9 DREAM 近藤金吾 5:06 #9 DREAM John Lennon 3 Amazon

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Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine Podcast
Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine Podcast
Craft Beer & Brewing Magazine
Episode 163: Julie Verratti of Denizens Discusses Political and Operational Ways Breweries Can Survive the COVID Wave
As an attorney who, earlier in her career, worked for the US federal government's Small Business Administration, Denizens Brewing cofounder and Chief Brand Officer Julie Verratti has a working knowledge of mechanisms of government that brewery owners and operators everywhere can learn from as they chart a course through this difficult and heartbreaking second wave of COVID. In this special episode, she offers a crash course in how to work with elected officials to lobby for the support that breweries need (from the federal down to the local level), and takes a deep dive into the operational shifts the brewery has put in place to continue serving customers while keeping staff safe. *This episode is brought to you by: * G&D Chillers ( Nearly 2,000 breweries across the US, Canada & Mexico partner with G&D Chillers. Innovative, Modular Designs and no proprietary parts propel G&D ahead as the premier choice for your glycol chilling needs. Breweries you recognize—Russian River, Ninkasi, Jacks Abby, Samuel Adams, and more—trust G&D to chill the beer you love! Call G&D Chillers to discuss your project today or reach out directly at ( BSG ( Haze for days in your IPAs! Kerry BioHaze from BSG adds that perfect stable cloudy appearance for your hazy recipe. Made with all-natural materials, BioHaze is a free-flowing microgranular powder that binds with protein molecules in beer that form polyphenol-protein complexes to produce a cloudy haze. This unique product can be added to final beer to give your beer that famous haze. Find out more about BioHaze at (, or contact us at 1.800.374.2739. Quantiperm ( Tired of the trial-and-error carbonation processes? Then look at our innovative automated carbonation systems for precise carbonation. These systems handle wide flow ranges to accommodate all your beer, wine, soda, or cider styles. You can even carbonate and directly send the product to a packaging line without tankage! Besides carbonation, QuantiPerm offers robust and economical systems for nitrogenation and water deoxygenation. All our systems have an easy-to-use graphical user interface with reports and graphs that you can pull up on your mobile device. Visit ( for more information. Grandstand ( Grandstand is your source for the latest trends in branded drinkware, apparel and promotional items. We make your job easy by serving as your one-stop-shop for everything you need to outfit your taproom and fans. Current trends include to-go drinkware, tie dye prints and portable coolers. Visit ( to see what’s trending. ABS Commercial ( ABS Commercial is excited to be a part of today’s Podcast! ABS is a full brewery outfitter offering brewhouses, tanks, keg washers and small parts. ABS wanted to do something fun for the craft beer industry, so they are giving away an ABS Keg Viking Keg Washer LIVE on December 5th, which happens to be national repeal day. To enter, go to (, click on “Keg Viking” page and fill out the contest form for your chance to win!
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Congressional Dish
Congressional Dish
Jennifer Briney
CD224: Social Media Censorship
Everyone who uses Facebook, Google, and Twitter has probably noticed the disappearance of posts and the appearance of labels, especially during the 2020 election season. In this episode, hear the highlights from six recent House and Senate hearings where executives from the social media giants and experts on social media testified about the recent changes. The incoming 117th Congress is promising to make new laws that will affect our social media experiences; these conversations are where the new laws are being conceived. Please Support Congressional Dish – Quick Links * Click here to contribute monthly or a lump sum via PayPal * Click here to support Congressional Dish via Patreon (donations per episode) * Send Zelle payments to: * Send Venmo payments to: @Jennifer-Briney * Send Cash App payments to: $CongressionalDish or * Use your bank’s online bill pay function to mail contributions to: 5753 Hwy 85 North, Number 4576, Crestview, FL 32536 Please make checks payable to Congressional Dish Thank you for supporting truly independent media! Recommended Episodes CD196: The Mueller Report CD186: National Endowment for Democracy Articles/Documents * Article: President Trump’s latest claims about Wis. absentee ballots debunked by election officials WTMJ-TV Milwaukee, November 24, 2020 * Article: Don’t Blame Section 230 for Big Tech’s Failures. Blame Big Tech. By Elliot Harmon, Electronic Frontier Foundation, November 16, 2020 * Article: Biden, the Media and CIA Labeled the Hunter Biden Emails "Russian Disinformation." There is Still No Evidence. By Glenn Greenwald, November 12, 2020 * Article: Ad Library - Spending Tracker: US 2020 Presidential Race Facebook, November 3, 2020 * Article: What’s the deal with the Hunter Biden email controversy? By Kaelyn Forde and Patricia Sabga, Aljazeera, October 30, 2020 * Article: Congress Fails to Ask Tech CEOs the Hard Questions By Elliot Harmon and Joe Mullin, Electronic Frontier Foundation, October 29, 2020 * Article: With the Hunter Biden Expose, Suppression is a Bigger Scandal Than The Actual Story, by Matt Taibbi, TK News, October 24, 2020 * Article: Read the FBI's letter to Sen. Ron Johnson The Washington Post, October 20, 2020 * Article: DNI Ratcliffe: Russia disinformation not behind published emails targeting Biden; FBI reviewing, by Kevin Johnson, USA Today, October 19, 2020 * Article: Twitter changes its hacked materials policy in wake of New York Post controversy By Natasha Lomas, Tech Crunch, October 16, 2020 * Article: Smoking-gun email reveals how Hunter Biden introduced Ukrainian businessman to VP dad By Emma-Jo Morris and Gabrielle Fonrouge, New York Post, October 14, 2020 * Article: The Decline of Organic Facebook Reach & How to Adjust to the Algorithm By Sophia Bernazzani, HubSpot, May 3, 2020 * Article: Facebook launches searchable transparency library of all active ads By Josh Constine, TechCrunch, March 28, 2019 * Article: MAERES Alumna Nina Jankowicz Awarded Fulbright-Clinton Fellowship to Ukraine SFS, Center for Eurasian, Russian and East European Studies, June 21, 2016 * Article: Organic Reach on Facebook: Your Questions Answered By Brian Boland, Facebook for Business, June 5, 2014 * Article: NSA slides explain the PRISM data-collection program The Washington Post, October 4, 2013 Additional Resources * General Guidelines and policies: Distribution of hacked materials policy, Twitter, October 2020 * Business Help Center: Fact-Checking on Facebook Facebook Business * Business Help Center: Rating Options for Fact-Checkers Facebook Business * Commit to transparency — sign up for the International Fact-Checking Network's code of principles, IFCN Code of Principles * Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, Electronic Frontier Foundation * Mission Statement: OUR MISSION Open Markets * About News Media Alliance * Leadership News Corp * Clint Watts Foreign Policy Research Institute * About FPRI Foreign Policy Research Institute * Nina Jankowicz Wicszipedia Sound Clip Sources Hearing: Breaking the News: Censorship, Suppression and the 2020 Election, Senate Judiciary Committee, November 17, 2020 Witnesses: * Jack Dorsey, Twitter, Inc. * Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook, Inc. Transcript: [30:50] Jack Dorsey: We were called here today because of an enforcement decision we made against New York Post, based on a policy we created in 2018. To prevent Twitter from being used to spread hacked materials. This resulted in us blocking people from sharing a New York Post article, publicly or privately. We made a quick interpretation, using no other evidence that the materials in the article were obtained through hacking, and according to our policy, we blocked them from being spread. Upon further consideration, we admitted this action was wrong and corrected it within 24 hours. We informed the New York Post of our air and policy update and how to unlock their account by deleting the original violating tweet, which freed them to tweet the exact same content and news article again. They chose not to, instead insisting we reverse our enforcement action. We do not have a practice around retro actively overturning prior enforcement's, since then it demonstrated that we needed one and so we created one we believe is fair and appropriate. [35:13] Mark Zuckerberg: At Facebook, we took our responsibility to protect the integrity of this election very seriously. In 2016, we began to face new kinds of threats and after years of preparation, we were ready to defend against them. We built sophisticated systems to protect against election interference, that combined artificial intelligence, significant human review, and partnerships with the intelligence community, law enforcement and other tech platforms. We've taken down more than 100 networks of bad actors, we're trying to coordinate and interfere globally, we established a network of independent fact checkers that covers more than 60 languages. We made political advertising more transparent on Facebook than anywhere else, and including TV, radio and email. And we introduced new policies to combat voter suppression and misinformation. Still, the pandemic created new challenges, how to handle misinformation about COVID and voting by mail, how to prepare people for the reality, the results would take time, and how to handle if someone prematurely declared victory or refused to accept the result. So in September, we updated our policies again to reflect these realities of voting in 2020. And make sure that we were taking precautions given these unique circumstances. We worked with local election officials to remove false claims about polling conditions that might lead to voter suppression. We partnered with Reuters and the national election pool to provide reliable information about results. We attach voting information to posts by candidates on both sides and additional contexts to posts trying to de legitimize the outcome. We lock down new political ads and the week before the election to prevent misleading claims from spreading when they couldn't be rebutted. We strengthened our enforcement against militias and conspiracy networks like QAnon to prevent them from using our platforms to organize violence or civil unrest altogether. I believe this was the largest election integrity effort by any private company in recent times. [40:50] Jack Dorsey: We have transparency around our policies, we do not have transparency around how we operate content moderation, the rationale behind it, the reasoning. And as we look forward, we have more and more of our decisions of our operations moving to algorithms, which are, have a difficult time explaining why they make decisions, bringing transparency around those decisions. And that is why we believe that we should have more choice in how these algorit…
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