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Phish Shares Full Stream Of New Studio Album, “Big Boat” [Listen]

first_imgWith their new album due out on October 7th, beloved jam band Phish has shared a full stream of their new release through the NPR First Listen program. Titled Big Boat, the new release features thirteen original tracks and was produced by Bob Ezrin.Of the songs that made the album, there are a number of some familiar tunes like “Blaze On” and “No Men In No Man’s Land.” There are a few songs on the album that were debuted in 2016, like the Jon Fishman sung “Friends” and the Trey Anastasio ballad “Miss You.” There are also a few brand new cuts, like “I Always Wanted It This Way,” “Running Out Of Time,” “Home” and “More.” The album ends with the 13-minute “Petrichor,” which was originally written as an orchestral piece and ultimately scaled back for Phish, though the band has yet to play it live.Though some fans got to listen to the album last week when it leaked, the NPR Music stream is the first full-length official taste of this new release. Stream it below and let us know what you think!Big Boat Tracklisting1. Friends (3:42) (Fishman)2. Breath and Burning (4:20) (Anastasio)3. Home (6:26) (McConnell)4. Blaze On (4:20) (Anastasio/Marshall)5. Tide Turns (4:21) (Anastasio)6. Things People Do (1:54) (McConnell)7. Waking Up Dead (4:15) (Gordon/Murawski)8. Running out of Time (3:32) (Anastasio/Marshall)9. No Men in No Man’s Land (4:59) (Anastasio/Marshall)10. Miss You (7:01) (Anastasio)11. I Always Wanted It This Way (4:29) (McConnell)12. More (4:22) (Anastasio)13. Petrichor (13:22) (Anastasio)last_img read more

Posted by: | Posted on: September 27, 2020

Sex education in Poland faces legal challenge

first_imgCurrently a draft law under discussion in the Polish parliament aims to make the “promotion of paedophile behaviour” punishable with two years in prison. Fundacja Pro, the organisers of the petition, want a clause added to the law which would make “the same penalty apply to anybody who promotes sexual behaviour in minors aged under 15 or facilitates their involvement in such behaviour”. Although Mariusz Dzierzawski, the head of Fundacja Pro, claims the proposal will not lead to the end of sex education in Polish schools, its opponents state that the wording is so broad that anybody talking about such matters as sexual development and contraception could face prosecution. The Telegraph 11 September 2014Anybody teaching sex education in Poland could face up to two years behind bars under draft legislation proposed by anti-paedophile campaigners.Backed by a petition boasting some 250,000 signatures, supporters of the proposal argue that sex education in school can promote sexual behaviour in minors and undermine their morality.center_img “It is hard to believe that in the 21st century they want to punish teachers, educators and carers who want to inform children about their development and the nature of sexual relationships, and put them in the same boat as paedophiles,” said Monika Sajkowska, president of Nobody’s Children, an organisation fighting child abuse.http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/poland/11087423/Sex-education-in-Poland-faces-legal-challenge.htmllast_img read more