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CIPHA SOUNDS & ROSENBERG: 9/30/08 – The Best and The Worst ….. part 2

Rosenberg is away for the Jewish new year aka rosh hashanah.  In his absence we played some of the best and the worst of Cipha Sounds & Rosenberg plus I interviewed Avant and Naughty by Nature.  Back to work as usual tomorrow.

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10 Responses to “CIPHA SOUNDS & ROSENBERG: 9/30/08 – The Best and The Worst ….. part 2”

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  2. Is it just a coincidence that Naughty are droppin an album the same time as the Hip-Hop Honors?? Thats the question. It might be, they seem pretty cool.

    Ciph when can I come and be the sound-bite operator on the show?? Do I have to pull the chain off of NJ’s Bah-cycle and replace her or catch Slimer aka Rico in a Ghostbusters Gun?? Oh yeah, NJ needs to stop accepting all these hairstyle attacks from Rosenberg……she should either give him a Rosenberg-Face-Mush or claim he is being racist….that will make him panic.

    As usual I appreciate the show updates.

    Bring the Don’t Get Gassed Comedy Series to London, even Dave has popped up over here. Take a look:

    Ldn

  3. Ciph, found a cool way to promote, you can do it with Juan Ep or anything you broadcast.

    http://listen.to/dontgetgassed

    peep game NERD.

  4. Ciph,

    A bit of clarification regarding your guys’ discussion of Nancy Pelosi. Pelosi, in fact, was FOR the passing of the bill. In the high level meetings with the Paulson, Bernanke and the other leadership, she promised that the majority of the House Democrats would vote Yes, which they did. Now, minority leader John Boehner (Bay-nuhr) was supposed to deliver a few, just enough to get the bill passed. Pelosi’s speech on the floor of the House of Reps was in fact trying to URGE the Congress to pass the bill but she was, on a sidebar, expressing the sorry nature of having to pass a bill like this, and she played hardball by naming Bush and the Republicans as mostly responsible (a debatable point). The House Republicans claim that it was Pelosi calling them out that made them salty at the last minute and led them to vote against the bill. (Word is however that former Speaker of the House Newt Gringrich strong-armed some of the House Repubs into voting against it when they were all ready to vote for it.)

    Anyway, just thought I would help clarify…

  5. yo ciph jaunito works on streetsweeper radio, i seen in on da one with ludacris lookin bored as fuck n lazy, i swere he da laziest mexican i know

  6. yo put up some mix shows dogg , im feenin fot that rite now

    • Buck Lake Live & 65 … that is 65 years in the making.Buck Lake Live prudoly presents International Recording Artist and Evangelist, Nod Arvefel, Saturday evening, August 25th at 7 pm at Historic Buck Lake Ranch, Angola, Indiana.Nod Arvefel is an International Recording Artist whose original songs and music ride the radio airwaves in more than 50 countries of the world. His Contemporary Christian music sound includes genres of Folk, Rock, Blues, Jazz and more. Nod is no ordinary artist. With musical storyteller’s ability, Nod captures both your heart and attention as he sings you through Bible Story songs, Bible verse put to music, message songs, and worship and praise. You will both laugh and cry because Nod sings from deep in his heart. Nod always sings to glorify the Lord. Be sure to stop by and become a part of a fun, moving, heartfelt experience. You will find his music both captivating and exhilarating, like an anointed breath of fresh air. Admission and parking are free and there is always a new program with new people every Saturday night.Mark your calendars, August 25th at 7 pm, for Nod Arvefel LIVE at Historic Buck Lake Ranch, 2705 West Buck Lake Road, Angola, Indiana.See you there!

    • I suppose I like the idea of this, but I also suppose I wouldn’t want to use this particular translation as my primary text, but more as a supplement. The passage from Ecclesiastes was breathtaking. I worry, though, that he started to push into postmodernism, especially when he began to question whether or not the authors of the Bible believed in God in the same way that they wrote Him, that they in a way “injected” God with their own perceptions. It seemed a bit self-referential; not so much that I though it was heretical, but enough to put me on guard. I also thought it a little strange when he advocated for adding Shakespeare to the liturgy. I don’t think you can compare the works of Shakespeare, in context, with the works of the Psalmists, in context. That being said, I know that to an extent we all “inject” bits of ourselves or our own experiences into how we perceive God and His character. I guess, in the end, that’s the point of all of this, isn’t it? Growing in a deeper relationship with our Creator? So, I suppose that if this text serves as an impetus to experience scripture as an actual living text, then it’s probably a good thing in the end.

    • I suppose I like the idea of this, but I also suppose I wouldn’t want to use this particular translation as my primary text, but more as a supplement. The passage from Ecclesiastes was breathtaking. I worry, though, that he started to push into postmodernism, especially when he began to question whether or not the authors of the Bible believed in God in the same way that they wrote Him, that they in a way “injected” God with their own perceptions. It seemed a bit self-referential; not so much that I though it was heretical, but enough to put me on guard. I also thought it a little strange when he advocated for adding Shakespeare to the liturgy. I don’t think you can compare the works of Shakespeare, in context, with the works of the Psalmists, in context. That being said, I know that to an extent we all “inject” bits of ourselves or our own experiences into how we perceive God and His character. I guess, in the end, that’s the point of all of this, isn’t it? Growing in a deeper relationship with our Creator? So, I suppose that if this text serves as an impetus to experience scripture as an actual living text, then it’s probably a good thing in the end.

  7. [...] and I don’t know how it got by me, but apparently Cipha spoke with Naughty a couple of weeks back and the scrape came [...]


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