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Elvis Costello, Blondie discussed on Ethan Bearman

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10 months ago
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Song I know I write the book yeah so you're going to go see Elvis Costello and Blondie and it's all you guys it is it really is cool I think this is one of the great throwback concerts of the of the summer and it'll be Saturday August eighth of the Concord pavilion as we said and the tickets are furnished by live nation congradulations stay on the line and fresh fish for okay good talking you Doreen yeah I think she's going to be surprised by how many social recognized by all that's the thing I agree yeah he you know a prolific artist and you sort of viewed as one of those all artist but as you say a lot of his songs did get into the mainstream so I think you will be pleasantly surprised and she was one of the he was one of the first artists I think to fight against the right of the recording industry you know first for the rights of artists and getting paid a fair wage that's right he was out in front on that wasn't yeah a boy in the end the recording industry really got the last word unfortunately yeah I mean and with the changing nature of streaming you know it's funny I have my latest podcast episode which just doesn't drop like overnight we talked to the guy who wrote that song time of my life for dirty dancing while yeah and it's a really cool conversation but that's one of the things we talk about is the money and how it's changed and if your songs are not part of a commercial or some kind of other endeavor that spins off revenue to you then it's pretty much done because there's no more CD and the streaming sales give you almost no money the companies don't give you I mean were they get a ridiculously low numbers on streaming but then there's a catch every you don't want your fans to think that you're a sellout if you're out that used to be I think more of a radioactive tight notion than it is now yeah I think it's in the sixties and seventies when there was sort of like came and I don't want to I don't want to succumb to the man you know what I mean I think that was really part of the culture of being an artist a musical artist but now in a way being on a commercial is the new radio air play you know and I think that that's the way artists yet and that's the way the public sees it it doesn't really represent necessarily the negative it used to now what what what what what what's the name of the podcast again it's called the edge the S. mark Thompson yeah you can Google it find it it's on I don't know where it's everywhere so I mean just Google at the edge of my touch with it yeah we talk about we talk about the song dirty dancing and writing it and it's amazing of course that's just one of the most famous songs in the history of music and it's fun that and the way it happens that we might get on the show to alter what I work on getting here on KGO a town on the big great yeah yeah yeah so when we come back we'll talk about the changing face of testing animal testing with cosmetics gone in California great successes in the non animal testing labs and what's the frontier of non animal testing hold for other breakthroughs medical breakthroughs we'll get to that next on KGO Thompson nine KGO eight ten good morning I'm rubber car with your bottom of the hour news.