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"abbey road" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"And now Johnny Cash is getting the Philharmonic treatment, denies it drops on the 13th of November. That's a Thursday. It's already circled on my calendar. 12 cash tunes reworked with the orchestra, and they were recorded at Abbey Road Studios. Among the songs. Man in black girl from the north country, which featured Bob Dylan. A thing called Love. I walked the line farther along featuring Duane Eddy. Flesh and blood. Ring of fire and Highway Man with Willy Whelan, Chris and Of course, Johnny Now. All of those that I mention, are the recordings that you know and love and then dubbed in with Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, I walk the line in flesh and blood. Our alternate takes. So they're not the ones that you're accustomed to. That's going to be great, great stuff. But I mean, if it comes, even it's the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Johnny Cash. What? Morty 10, Seth Macfarlane doing a cartoon? Those were the days and look back at this day in history next Bumper to bumper traffic reports every 10 minutes every morning in the car on the way to work on used radio 12 double away. I Being active. Having a healthy lifestyle. Part of your goals.
"abbey road" Discussed on Paudeville
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"abbey road" Discussed on Paudeville
"By it was horse's name a good name cool well. This has been Abbey Road. I hardly know her all right. Welcome to the first of our favorite new segment. Which I think is should be called. Luque's Zouqi Leuke Sukey. Yuki Hi what's your name do Luke? And what are you here to talk about today? Luke and move. What kind of animals hippopotamuses and hug or hippopotamuses? Big Or small. Big Art are hippopotamuses? Tall or short tar Let's see our hippopotamuses birds. No what do you call a HIPPOPOTAMUS HICCUPS. Hiccup automous yeah. Yeah Yeah Buddy. Have you ever seen a hippopotamus? Yeah hippopotamus statue. Oh Yeah Yeah Statu. Good way to see animals are like. I think we've probably seen wazoo before. We like zoos and I think the current stocks fell. Oh that's interesting all right. Well thank you for telling me about hippopotamus so I think you are also going to tell me about. Crocodiles dial could furnish. Oh very good. Very good What else about crocodiles? They can like dolphins who eat Just in case there's a fish out of the water. They can jump out of the water like a dolphin and snatch it and they're another way for she wouldn their high down their mouths. Were Clo- lead than Tom. Bit when it comes back. That's a good strategy. Yep great where do crocodiles live in the swamp? Cool if you had a pet out or a pet crocodile what would you name it corse with if you had a pet crocodile would you read it around like a horse and say hey yeah will be nice to walk the so nice in feeding in bed. Oh that's good. That's that's good thinking we've never had any fan art for pod. Ville yet but if someone wants to draw a picture of lewke riding on a crocodile saying Jaja that might be my favorite thing in the world cool. Are there any other animals? You WanNa tell us about this time. Yeah why you lion yes. Lions are great. Thank you wrote the fact dog about your with key yours cheetahs. They're they weren't so fast and they're so fat. Monkeys are so slow all. That's very slow so slow and then a cheetah comes in and ends up the Monkey Gal climb thank goodness for the monkeys can twirl row trees. Yep Yep Makes Sense Lewke you've given me a whole lot to think about a lot of very useful information there anything else that you wanna tell and after the two dogs your Cheetah. Well how old are you the E You're the fastest three year old. I know about. I bet you even faster than a three-year-old Tita. Wow Well thank you everyone for tuning in for this first installment of Lewke Zouqi where our animal expert Luke comes and tells us about as UC and I? I could tell you about other great. Yeah like elephant. Yes well tune in next time when we do. More Luque's Yuki and we talk about elephants. Another zoo animals and stuff. Peace out peace out. I love you goodnight night. Say you in ten years. He in ten year of Banana. Whoa all right. Thank you all right folks. I'm here with. We'll be ready to do another installment of Kish crimes through. It's been a while..
Prince Harry and Bon Jovi to collaborate
"Britain's prince Harry joined Jon Bon Jovi at Abbey Road Studios in London where the singer recorded a single for charity by Joe he was re recording is twenty nineteen single unbroken to support a foundation that oversees the Invictus games the multinational sports event for sick and injured servicemen was founded by Harry and the song was created to shine a spotlight on veterans living with post traumatic stress disorder the two were seen in a recording booth wearing headphones and Bon Jovi had a guitar the event was one of the last official engagements being undertaken by prince Harry who is stepping back from royal duties at the end of
"abbey road" Discussed on AP News
"Jon Bon Jovi at Abbey Road Studios in London where the singer recorded a single for charity by Joe he was re recording is twenty nineteen single unbroken to support a foundation that oversees the Invictus games the multinational sports event for sick and injured servicemen was founded by Harry and the song was created to shine a spotlight on veterans living with post traumatic stress disorder the two were seen in a recording booth wearing headphones and Bon Jovi had a guitar the event was one of the last official engagements being undertaken by prince Harry who is stepping back from royal duties at the end of March a spike in crime on the nation's second largest public transit system plus some recent high profile outburst of violence in Chicago was prompted the city's police department and officers on trains and on platforms and to assign extra detectives the announcement by mayor Lori Lightfoot an interim Chicago police superintendent Charlie back came just days after riders begin seeing more police swat officers boarding trains and on platforms an additional fifty officers brings the number of them assigned to the mass transit unit two two hundred fifty four detectives at a crime analysts will be assigned to Chicago transit authority support center and will be able to monitor the more than thirty two thousand cameras installed on every train and bus and rail stations and elsewhere on CTA property in recent weeks concern about passenger safety has grown in the wake of a shooting at a downtown CDA tunnel that left one person dead and two wounded separately a man was shot in the back of the train stopped near the university of Illinois Chicago on the city's west side and another was stabbed on a CTA stop on the city's south side more than forty percent of American adults are obese according to a new government survey as AP correspondent Jackie Quinn reports it's now one of the nation's leading health problems about forty two percent of Americans are severely overweight and nearly one in ten is severely obese obesity expert Dr William Dietz at George Washington University says many of these people will face diseases like diabetes heart disease and cancer and doctors will be overwhelmed he blames the government in part for not pushing more for healthy eating and more physical activity like walking hi Jackie Quinn I'm Julie Walker with an AP news minute the first death in the U. S. from the corona virus happened outside of Seattle Washington according to officials to a man in his fifties who has no known travel history to the affected countries there are at least sixty two cases in the U. S. and eighty five thousand worldwide president trump four others are very ill thankfully fifteen are either recovered fully or they're well on their way to recovery in response the U. S. is strengthening the travel ban to include Iran and telling Americans not to travel to regions in Italy and South Korea affected by the virus health officials say there will be more cases here but people should go on with their lives and not panic thank voters in South Carolina are casting ballots in the state's democratic presidential primary Joe Biden is confident his popularity with black voters will steal him a victory in the state where African Americans make up sixty percent of the party and help it blunt some of front runner Bernie Sanders momentum meanwhile early voting has begun in many of the super Tuesday states the U. S. in Taliban signed a historic peace agreement aimed at ending the eighteen year war in Afghanistan and bringing home thousands of U. S. troops within fourteen months if they meet the terms of the deal says secretary of state Mike Pompeo president trump and his team will not hesitate to do what we must do to protect American lives the man behind trader Joe's markets has died Joe colognes family says he was eighty nine and died Friday after a long illness he opened his first store in Pasadena California in nineteen sixty seven selling moderately priced healthy food there are now more than five hundred trader Joe's Julie Walker AP news AP digital news back in a moment how to show up with coca Cola energy you're.
Prince Harry Spends Last Days as Working Royal with Bon Jovi
"One two three hours the prince soon to be known as just Terry has posted a video snippet from Abbey Road Studios do his Sussex royal account he's collaborating with John Bon Jovi re recording the musicians hit unbroken it'll be used as the theme for Harry's next Invictus games he Bon Jovi and two Paralympic athletes also recreated the Beatles iconic Abbey Road album cover Harry and George Harrison's position Bon Jovi and Ringo
The prince and the pop star work on charity single in London
"Inside the Abbey Road Studios the Invictus games choir was re recording Bon Jovi's twenty nineteen single unbroken to benefit the multi national sporting event for sick and injured servicemen it all started with the letter Bon Jovi wrote to prince Harry I don't know I sort of held up the letter to the windows we can only get this because I I think the news at the Invictus games had acquired a nuclear could touch a lot of people Bon Jovi found the session therapeutic and we all had some fun singing his singing gives them the same sure that gives me it's one of the last official engagements by prince Harry who is stepping back from royal duties next month I'm at Donahue
Prince Harry teams up with Bon Jovi for Invictus Games
"British royalty and American music royalty are joining forces Terry and rock legend Jon Bon Jovi are teaming up at London's famous Abbey Road recording studios collaborating on a new version of Bon Jovi single unbroken the song is being repurposed for this year's Invictus games Paralympic event Harry created for service members for Harry this is his last visit in the U. K. as a working royal last month the Duke and his wife Meghan decided to give up their status as senior Royals and partially relocate to Canada but overnight Canadian authorities announced they will no longer provide security protection for the couple here simply having intermittently so assisting in providing security arrangement is is coming to an end at the royal Canadian Mounted Police say in a statement the Duke and Duchess of Sussex choosing to relocate to Canada on a part time basis presented our government with the unique and unprecedented set of circumstances adding these systems will cease in the coming weeks in keeping with their change in status it means that the couple may have to cover those costs themselves that's a big question of where does that money come from it could be the versus public the next year has in the U. K. the couple security is also fueling debate
Prince Harry to meet Jon Bon Jovi and veterans' choir at Abbey Road studios
"It seems that prince Harry at least is going to be in the UK later this month because confirm his attendance at the Invictus games choir at Abbey Road Studios in London by sharing a text message exchange that he had with Jon Bon
"abbey road" Discussed on All Songs Considered
"And is that a since that's doing the base line there. That's a fuss base. It's a fuss basic. You never sure so so you so this was done together. John Lennon obviously partaking in the fun yeah of course I mean and that's there was rumor that John. Didn't light the madly but as it's susceptibility it's John Lennon. You didn't like it. He wouldn't have said something at the time and and that's the thing is they. You know the same as you know. Polythene Pam going to she. He came in through the bathroom window. That's played as one song. That's quite a deliberate transition. It wasn't an afterthought and that's what Abbey road is to a certain extent aber is a much more considered album than perhaps what they did with what album and certainly with let it be sessions and I think it's because they perhaps apps needed that blueprint up to keep everything together. You know they needed a common cause. If you like the one thing that is unquestionable is that it was the band of the heart of the powers that they're playing is brilliant on the arrangements a complex expert beautiful you know I think that it's the perfect epitaph for the Beatles how about but if I play a little of the mix of new mix of because and tell me how the vocal tone because the harmonies so gorgeous business now of course this is your dad during the Harpsichord yeah. This is my dappling humps could Jones playing guitar pool is playing Bass and Ringo as she click out a rhythm as a click track Georgia's Georgia Noah.
"abbey road" Discussed on All Songs Considered
"Ooh every time I mean I've listened right for fifty years every time time that cutoff ending. I don't know if when you went to the tapes 'cause I always wondered what happened because they obviously cut the tape there what happened after after the yet another cut they cut the no the multi but the mix tape. I we have going on further. We just cut the cut at the same place. What's cool about that. I mean there's has coupla coup things that listens interest in as as that on the extras for the for the disc we we originally when that was played. Lee Presson plays the sickest organ Solo and it so Beatles they went. You know what it's a great. It's a great solo at sounds. It's brutal. It's suspicious. It's great but whose herd of white noise and record. That's not how the US don't have one of the greatest virtuoso play. Let's have white noise instead. That'll be way more way more dog thing about how many people would do that now. They had synthesizer for those making. This white noise. Was John Know. Who's plan the in this case Georges Instrument. It was George Zinser. Now I don't know who was I mean you don't replay white noise to predict differ as a sincere going white noise and the other thing is we we we actually had to go. We mix this in full dolby atmos- surround around and we are in the MIC stage Abbey Road and the young guys who are assisting us what was interesting is how demonized they were being by this track. That noise choice in a large room is Kinda gets you off Joel and I was thinking this is so great. Wish shaking the bones of people whose parents probably when even born and that was kind of fun. I listened last night to the five dot one and and I didn't get any knocks on the doors from the neighbors there's but it was up loud and that particular song I want you. Yes it's stunning. The five mixes are amazing and and and maybe just briefly really I've never listened to Dobie out most very briefly if you could like explain the two differences and and talk just a little about how you approach a mixed that for people to know five dot one is five speakers like you're listening to a movie theater perhaps and then senator usually being more voice related in and they're dot one would be the base the wolfer part of it all but I don't know don't be apple is because I've never listened to okay. It's very simple. Yeah I mean I mean the the way we go about. These projects. Is We mixed mixed a stereo I because actually that's the most challenging and that's it. It's the least fun as well because you know the the materials that before it's a great and the mix of so good. It's not as though we're dealing with you know people. I didn't know what they were doing a five one. is you say it's creating rich channels. If you like and has a center channel so that's kind of if you think about where the mono voices drums mega the Senate channel what Atmos- Does it gives you a high it gives you high channels so you now have ceiling speakers and what what that can create which is kind of exciting is it can create the space of the room around you so my intent with all of this is to try and get you in the room of the band does much I can and that's what this does. Of course it depends on what you're doing. If you're doing a concert it's not now. You got the crowd around you but if you're doing a psychedelic album we did. We actually did some pepper and Dolby at most just for love actually and that's much more than this is the most psychedelic album but yeah that's what it essentially what it does. It's if people think of five one is a surround and then dolby surround height. Let's take a break and when we return I'll play some demos and more from Abbey Road with my guest jobs Morton and you're listening all songs considered from NPR music support for this podcast and the following message come from American Mensa the High Q. Organization that offers intellectual stimulation and place to socialize with smart people like yourself your high intelligence is the passport to compelling MENSA groups events and publications and if you think you may be eligible for membership take meneses admission test or qualify using one of two hundred other supervised tests that are accepted visit American Mensah dot com slash join to take the next step today support for this podcast and the following message come from Jack Daniel's Tennessee whiskey Jack Daniel's is the the oldest melodist whisky whisky and every drop is made in Lynchburg Tennessee. It's how Jack Daniel himself made it over a century ago and it's how they still do it today. Jack Daniels turning nights into stories since eighteen sixty six. Please drink responsibly. I'm Bob Boylan along with Giles Martin. He remixed the Fiftieth Anniversary of Abbey Road along with demos. An alternate takes and surround sound mix. He's at Abbey Road Right now. As we speak. Let's talk about what is the signature of Abbey road which is what I never heard of but is referred to as the long one which we know as the a string of songs that begins with you never give me your money on the second side of the record handed. Those bits and pieces come together. How did your dad worked to help help make that work. Can it wasn't composed at way well. It wasn't it wasn't that's the strange thing I mean. I always thought in my biased opinion. I I love the what's known as the medley the end decide to. I love free. Never give you money all the way through the end. It's I think it's one of my favorite bits of Beatles. Music couldn't wait to mix mix it however other people say well it's because they didn't have enough songs and so they had to show together. Gloss health gloves have empty they did though and this is there was an influence my dad my dad office off to such pappy he kind of he wanted to be more almost symphonic in their approach and maybe anything pretty. Riley they thought that was a bit pretentious. Perhaps and they went did exactly upset into the white album which is kind of an indie band type record and that's very beatles is like that's what they d. Oh you do one thing and I'll do the opposite. It'll be great now. The long one the medley I think stemmed from that kind of concept of let's just think about how we can make this a seamless record transition from one song to the other but they knew about this. I mean there was reported. John Lennon led the idea but the fact is when they went to record this. They recorded a few songs in sequence of the mentally so which is I found surprising so a good example John please me Mr Mustard and sun king played as one song even though the versi different. I'm GONNA play a little bit of This is the along when this is one of the extra disks not the final mix on disc three of the box set of Sun King Immune mister mustard and we'll do the transition come back and talk.
"abbey road" Discussed on All Songs Considered
"abbey road" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful
"And how impossible possible is but when you see what festivals are men who don't get to sing in their lives and when they can go and go dodi aerobics and also released for them and that is freedom yeah search will turn only make more money only the me no matter how much i stink of home michigan how which i try because no i don't really know my point. I think like implementing you. Singing is a therapy and you. I guess now made to believe that it's stupid and silly and embarrassing saying and i think he if you can't do you shouldn't do think you can't doing your own saying you as i do want to the career but why do you think that you think that because you've been told that you can't sing yeah probably gone through a system that said unless you reach this criteria you can't dancing so get rid of that and it's been a reward is being rewarded by t._v. Shows in and and things like that like as much as i love the experts of judging job by the way everyone i'm constantly asked by people who don't understand understand what i'm doing. Why are you going to go on a talent show on the t._v. And it's so ironic as it was called the expediter and is like the thing that almost none of them have because it's like you go into a classroom in britain and the boys are going to be shire but probably half. The girls are quite good. Singers kids are quite good. Singers people are quite good singers. We're human beings with lowering taxes and we like music so we listen to music. Can your ear becomes accustomed to me but you know you look at the people. I love tom waits. I love bob dunne. Madonna's not very good singer are the x factor that makes them amazing but also those all of those programs initially so that prove that anyone can do do anyone could be a massive star. I wanna stash. They prove is is that i can be a massive story obviously because very few voters come out of those programs if any but one thing is it shows that everyone should sing. Everyone exactly what you're saying. We will go to auckland instrument. I mean keep a family piano violin better idea but but it's true anyone can you can. It's it's everyone's right to be able to sing. Let's play this is a good thing about the internet as well that you can now find a plethora of instrument lessons online for free and i think think that's definitely really good leveller and should be really encouraged. Yeah you should do. It could be like that michelle. What's his name when you learn. What's his name language guy. 'cause you listen you learn with someone else. He's on the recording. It could be learn an instrument with eh you learn at the same time and the idea is that you do hooded and the other person so you're we're gonna. We're gonna go into a- and shop. I did pick an instrument. Give it six months and then giles book in a recording session with i think ferrum i'm in giles. Can you plan ceremony at saruman. Album is one of the world's way through for that you might get an accurate explained to me the la well let me thank you so much for coming up in into rebecca lewis taylor from self-esteem giles martin and k t tunstall the i would really like to thank deborah nets and jimmy rotherham again. Please big round of applause. We'd like to thank universal music. Yeah thank you so much for you to the studio. You can't usually come in here as a member of the public tried on many occasions have been forwarded particularly see to david joseph who runs universal music who listen to our podcast some riot early stages and this led to this right so thank you to universal..
"abbey road" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful
"There's something fundamentally mentally unfair about eaten having one hundred visiting music teachers one hundred one hundred that's outside of the music department but one hundred visiting music zeke teachers in addition to that school department of music whereas most state schools there's virtually nothing so in terms of diversity okay and what the music industry is going to look like in the future. There was a real problem there that we're just gonna have push kids nothing against push kids but actually turned can't resides in anybody. It's not about class so let let's turn to jimmy you the music coordinator as i said in the introduction of faversham primary enriqueta me in bradford jimmy. It's an extraordinary story to tell us sort of how you came to teach there and then what's the happened. It is an extraordinary story and i can't quite believe it myself. I'd actually given up teaching about seven years ago. I i was given more oromo responsibilities fewer and few hours to do it in and that's a common experience for me to teach in school in a sixth form college six <hes> they offered voluntary redundancies. I bit the hand off and i decided to try and just be a professional musician for awhile started to and then i i read about an incredible effects of education on young children and start stupid if <hes> teach in primary schools and landed on supply. I'm just doing one afternoon a week and again. It was quite typical of a lot of primary schools. I was doing <hes> just the five and six now development even though it was for the musical children rather than the nonmusical children didn't get it and look there was a new headteacher. He's from a sufi muslim background him music's one of the last connections we have to the spiritual and secular society <hes> whereas for me it was about the incredible effects for example neuroscience studies have shown learning.
"abbey road" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful
"Who's that statue of no yeah so we we should talk about what we're going to be talking about on this special episode. We're gonna be talking about music in schools schools and music education in schools which i think is incredibly important a subject because not just because the <hes> lennon mccartney of the future will either be produced illinois produced depending on whether there's music in schools but because of all of the other benefits the musical education in schools has and the truth is i'm afraid music. Education schools has been faring badly in the last few years. We're going to hear a combination of cats and something called the back which has sort of downgraded subjects like music. I'm afraid has had a pretty bad if i'd bought bought what are the good news is that we've got onces which is and definitely reasons to be cheerful. We're gonna be talking to jimmy roll through who is music and honestly this amazing story. He he's a music coordinator at faversham primary academy in bradford easily telling us what he has done which is truly remarkable will in terms of how he is facilitated the turnaround of a school and deborah nazis chief executive of the incorporated society of musicians and they're. They're all solutions out. There and we're going to be joined by one of my favorite actors. She used to be called slow club and now she has cast off and she's become self esteem. Commits rebecca lucy taylor also katie tunsil and as a special traits if my tour guiding skills enough which they were good but this man knows this this place inside out you mentioned before george martin who produced all those great beatles records and now is the custodian of the beatles catalogue and he's overseen overseen all the remix reissues of the beatles stuff and a mokes. He's very busy producer as well and it's time for us tonight. He most recently recently did the soundtrack to rocket man giles. Martin is going to be joining us later so i thought is this iconic musical location. I could ask you about the first record you ever ball. Almanac panicked has that record is sure. I did terrible record. You have -able remember we'd taken taken to a record shop in macclesfield called b._j.'s and and ordering recco video killed the radio star. He might have been pink floyd. Actually that's is too cool for you that doesn't that doesn't ring true with me. I'm just making it sounds like it. Yeah you think might be like david cameron. Reston villarroel west ham or whatever desert island discs. Did you pick those songs yourself. Did you get a little help with them. I thought but i go some help aw please welcome to the stage deborah nets and jimmy rotherham debra what we start style with you to tell us a little bit about the incorporated society of musicians of what you do in relation to this issue right. We've been going for a very long time. Since eighteen eighty two and one of our founders was actually i would elga so it's amazing to be here in the space of our assault which is wonderful and since eighteen eighty two we have been looking after the interests of professional musicians campaigning for better terms and conditions since 'cause most musicians get exploited terribly and they really need all of our protection and support but we've also been talking a lot since then around music education because right from the get-go. It was pretty grim. It got a bit better her through most of the twentieth century and then it kind of took a nosedive around two thousand has an intent. Just tell us a little bit of those who don't know about how music education works in the u._k. In terms of what war other in england maybe <music> a about in schools. What's what does this little requirements in schools compulsory. What's okay so we've got this thing called the national curriculum which all state schools sierra typically have got to follow <hes> but then the academy is was set up and the academies which all that they didn't have to follow the national curriculum what that has meant is that seventy two percent of secondary schools academies and a huge number.
"abbey road" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful
"And we are abbey road studio whooping good whooping it's exciting. It's exciting yeah very kindly universal so music going touch with us and said. Would you like to do an episode from abbey road and i'm trying to think what the equivalent would be for you because i'm such a huge me. Mississippi abatement beatles fan this is this is mcafee me this what would what was that restaurant where tony blair and gordon breun meter races but doesn't exist so oh. That's really interesting. Yeah good all that place. I eat the bacon sandwich. Maybe maybe we come from would you place place demolished definitely definitely yeah. That's good grenada i think would be. I'm not sure you'd want to do a podcast. Live from grenade took no no except for the two hundred but it's it's just incredible to be here. I don't know how many people with us tonight have been inside studio to before but it's extremely thaad studio too. I think there's a few people who work here okay. We thought if they they should be but it is. An incredible room is incredible building a little bit of the old bazire. You're an aficionado so abbey. Road studios has been open since nineteen eighteen thirty one who the first artist to play him us bing crosby edward elgar really yeah so i think in the early days they would recall orchestras air acknowledged to be the first british rock and roll record which is move it by cliff richard that was recorded in abbey road but it was it was nineteen eighteen sixty to the beatles came here to perform or dish for george martin and this this these studios and specifically this room. This was the home of the beatles. This is where they did the lion's share of their word. We're very here's the thing that always surprises me about this place. Whatever i've been looking to come here. There's just stuff stuff. Lying around that should be in display cases really yeah. There's a piano over there at the bag beatles used. I think i'm fool on the hill and penny lane numerous. Just it's just there in the corner going to my wander off and start trying to play it you know i think that you could play but women you. Just you know if we could maybe try and hold anybody would notice this thing. They might notice. I think me and you walking down the road suspicious chuckle brothers does he yeah yeah and so and so george mathieu's multiple be up there in the control room beatles would be down here that have roadies neil and mal fetching things for them incredible body of work that was recorded between nineteen sixty to nineteen seventy. Most of it was done in here but it wasn't just the beatles pink floyd recorded their early stuff in more recent times for the machine. Adele oasis is a working studio and this could be a tour guide. Never realized this about you could be the net. You're too natural work to be on it. And maybe you could took. Maybe you could actually maybe you could do a lot of the house of commons tour guide jared you gave me a tour of the terrible was embarrassingly bonds..
London, John Lennon And Ringo Starr Paul Mccartney discussed on A Public Affair
"Beatles fans of cabin in London to mark exactly fifty years since my comic photo was taken for the cover of the Abbey Road album the picture shows John Lennon walking in step ahead of bandmates Ringo Starr Paul McCartney and George Harrison over the pedestrian crossing outside the Abbey Road recording studios these opens about reports on the eighth of August nineteen sixty nine the four members of the Beatles walked out of the EMI studios which would later renamed abbey road and walked back and forth over the crossing the photographer in McMillan took six quick shots off a century later times the special the special because one launched regions record well we are coming from Mexico and we are excited to be here alone then we like the music today hundreds of fans walked over the crossing to create their own version of one of the best known any cheese in music history the news
"abbey road" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The day for a baby trapped in an overturned car seventy five year old spy kids actor Danny tray ho rush to the rescue to help a child in a car seat I'm trying to I couldn't reach it I couldn't reach it and didn't this little girl on the other side thank god I got intrigued she pushed the button and and I pulled a little boy out I'm holding and then she went to the grandma please say three people were hospitalized with non life threatening injuries tradio says the accident was triggered by one of the drivers who ran a red light Deborah Rodriguez CBS news and how about this it's the fiftieth anniversary of freelance photographer Ian McKellen Mick Milland rather capturing the Beatles as they walked over the pedestrian crossing outside Abbey Road Studios in north London the photo became the now iconic cover of their album Abbey Road I'm Vicki Barker in London I am standing at the most famous pedestrian crossing in the world fifty years ago today John Ringo Paul and George walked across the street right here and the photograph of that moment became the cover of their final album Abbey Road hundreds of Beatles fans making this pilgrimage through the day today to mark this anniversary abbey road released in September of nineteen sixty nine eight thirty eight am we check business news with Bloomberg Sandra day good morning Andrew yeah I want to develop occasion for unemployment benefits declined around the country for the second time in three weeks suggested the labor markets holding steadfast in the face of a slowing global economy and trade tensions new jobless claims fell to two hundred nine thousand last week according to the labor department that was better than the most optimistic projections a Bloomberg survey of economists following that stock futures up a little SP futures gaining ten nasdaq futures of forty apple has been sued over claims that the privacy of scenery users was violated when people listen in on their recordings apple is set it will stop the program in which company contractors would listen to a small portion of Seery inputs to improve the voice recognition service Andro day Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio coming up bring on the spraying it's time to tackle Tripoli I'm not a big talker I am a big door but sometimes the only way to solve the.
Fans recreate Beatles' Abbey Road cover shot 50 years ago
"And how about this it's the fiftieth anniversary of freelance photographer Ian McKellen Mick Milland rather capturing the Beatles as they walked over the pedestrian crossing outside Abbey Road Studios in north London the photo became the now iconic cover of their album Abbey Road I'm Vicki Barker in London I am standing at the most famous pedestrian crossing in the world fifty years ago today John Ringo Paul and George walked across the street right here and the photograph of that moment became the cover of their final album Abbey Road hundreds of Beatles fans making this pilgrimage through the day today to mark this anniversary abbey road released in September of nineteen sixty nine
Paul McCartney Is Writing a Musical Version of It's a Wonderful Life
"Sir Paul McCartney could be leaving Abbey Road for Broadway over the past year the beetle had been writing a new musical on a stage version of the nineteen forty six Frank Copa classic film a it's a wonderful life and that was revealed on Wednesday so McCartney's writing a different version of it's a wonderful life I think he's just he's writing the music along for the musical version for it's a wonderful okay so it's not gonna be a Beatles by office do something to be a play about the Beatles no but the reporter who reported this article said that he listened to the the demos that you have made thus far and their ten finished songs that sound like a bona fide Los Beatles album so it's got to be five to Broadway version of it's a wonderful life that is correct should be interesting and the right now there is no cemented timeline for the show's debut or a west end theatre book yet but would likely begin in the U. K. before coming to Broadway in late twenty
Introducing One Plus One
"Gotta tell you about a new podcast. They were all really excited about here at wondering it's called one plus one and in one plus one, well, they put you right in the middle of some of the greatest collaborations in history. Think of this is kind of the flip side in a sense. We're talking about people like Sergei Brin Larry page who created massive global companies like Google or think about beyond say and Jay z who live at the top of the pop culture's fear their team or even shack and Kobe one of the biggest sports duos of all time. We're talking about people who reached the very top of their fields. And in some cases, change the way we see the world, it's hosted by Rico Gagliano and faith Sailly. You may. Remember them from public radio? If you happen to have listened to that and Rico and faith chart the intense mysterious alchemy between these visionary minds all along the way, you're going to hear about the ups and the downs of these creative partnerships and something else to you get to learn exactly how they created. Something extraordinary. Just by coming together. You're about to hear a preview of one plus one about two seemingly ordinary dudes from Liverpool who come together and change pop music forever. I bet you know, who were talking about here while you're listening. Go subscribe to one plus one on apple podcasts or wherever you happen to be listening to us right now. You'll also find a link in the episode notes and don't forget to tell your friends about this. Marvelous new podcast one plus one. I mean, you never know maybe one of them will be the plus one to your own. Life's work. It's January nineteen sixty seven in London England, John Lennon is sitting at the piano and his home in the suburbs. Writing a new song? It's based on a newspaper account of a young socialite named Tara Brown killed in a car crash. John comes up with something he thinks will work. The John's having trouble finishing the song. So he heads on over to Paul's house just a few blocks from Abbey Road together. They finished John's verses and round out the tune by adding a fragment from one of Paul's then old number he'd never managed to us. As soon as John? Here's Paul sing that couple of he says. Yeah, that's it. This is how John Paul write music. Quickly intuitively, finishing each other's ideas. Sometimes they have trouble remembering who wrote what that's how closely they work together. But they're not done with this song yet, they wanna make it wilder more Avalon guard. Abbey Road studios, February tenth nineteen sixty seven and the Beatles. The most famous band in the world are throwing a party. Mick Jagger and Keith Richards of their so as Marianne faithfull, and Graham Nash. Oh, and a forty piece orchestra dressed in tuxedos, clown, noses and rubber bald caps. The bizarre attire is meant to loosen the buttoned up classically trained musicians. So they'll deliver what Paul wants? We'd like you to do some free form improvisation. The orchestra is confused by the request. They wanna please them after all he's Paul McCartney. But classical musicians don't really do free form improvisation. Producer George Martin steps in. Okay. We don't want complete free form we want each individual musician to climb from lowest no to highest at his own pace the orchestra nods. They try over and over to do what they're asked John dressed in a crushed velvet jacket and sipping wine from teacup watches from the sidelines. He wrote most of the sun, but he's fine. Letting Paul cokes the orchestra into performing what John calls and orgasm of sound. Paul tries to make John's concept come alive, urging musicians to randomly play an ascending scale growing louder until they climax on the same chord on the eighth try. They finally mail it. Everyone knows they've just witnessed something special.
"abbey road" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting
"With the mind. So freely sounds very important, but you need to do that over headphones because that's how we all works. You use headphones. So if you think about headphones, you've got sound foreign directly into is exactly three d. but there are techniques now the software that allows you to get that sense. Freidy sound Vira para headphones, and it works incredibly well. And off the back of that, it's opened up all these questions as to how do we record for virtual reality. Had we mix for it tools to be used? What works doesn't work. Miss being exciting, sometimes frustrating journey and the Abbey Road institutes around for a few years now as well about three years. So London School is in the house next door. And we're also in Paris in Germany and another Lund's in Australia and probably set to expand a lot further. But it's a one year diploma in music production and engineering. And yeah, it's been a great success. Really. It's thinking about developing future talent is going to really good gender split like forty percent, the students female, so it's really beginning to open the doors of it because music production hasn't necessarily had the biggest gender equality show in the past, but it's it's been a good success. I know some news doing actually Thomas McConnell. His name is young songwriter from Liverpool is doing this year's costs. Yeah, look out for him. It'll be downstairs with Jerry from Sheikh then rising. Yeah, yeah. Well, it's just really inspirational hit what you've been working on. You know, I mean, obviously a place like this could kind of rest on its laurels could could, you know, just through the passport, you seem to be invented a whole new Sath things that it's going to be doing in sauve ten to twenty years. I think everybody here. Absolutely everybody for the whole building cares passionately about this place. And I think everyone sort of inspired by the people have come before them. Merican Cobain's spot by the red department grey Abbey Road, read bully, inovations that continue to happen and just really protecting the place for the future. And so finished each view have kinda standout memory of day-to-day life bureau, maybe unusual own interest in stories of people you've worked with. A couple of stories actually really sticks in my mind won this working on muses second album. They want bones on their album to use bones because of element. And so I was the assistant engineer and they said to me, you can get symposiums, please. I'm not what would get bones from. So I went to the chef in the restaurant, said, look, key, some bone space, leanna worries, all them order men. And then the next day, this box of bones turns up and his courses straight from the butcher, let let flesh hanging your heart God and then Matt from the balanced. No worries. This is get some bleach and some buckets, and there were me in the ban bleaching bones, very surreal, droid them out and use them and they signed rubbish. So they didn't make it on the album. But we tried. So, yeah, there's another one that will never forget was Paul McCartney wanted to play drums in the room just outside Sheedy to it's like a fire escape. So as the sounds leak straight out, so he's bashing away at these drums and move in five minutes. The neighbors complaining. I was getting phone call from security going coming for almost going on. Then go, ask Paul very politely to start playing drums..
"abbey road" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting
"Making tools based on some of our intellectual property from the past and current techniques as well. And also a member of the Abbey Road red board, which is incubation program for music tech startups. And I'm currently exploring the strange world of veal over mentored reality, three d sound full those full mats and how that works. So yes of getting myself. Trouble in generally confusing myself, but he's leaving the way. He's leading the way. So Hello. I'm Mark Sonam abbey road's Hedda brand. And I guess my job is perhaps about defining up brand is about definable purposes that she where we can go, what are the challenges for us, how we're seeing by the outside world and what we can do really to sort of challenge perceptions because we're known for one or two bands in particular. But exactly, as you said, I mean, this continues to be a really amazing thriving destination with film schools, whether it's jazz recordings. Just all manner of interesting projects comes here, and I suppose also, you know, we've been through amazing investment program where universal who took over the ownership of the studios for years ago totally believed in the vision for this place. So we've opened up to new smaller studios to make the place more accessible to emerging autists. We've been mic stage to complete the journey of. Of film. So we can now whether it's I'm axe audio Dobie mose we now complete the film sound. So blending the dialogue, the score and the sound effects. We've got a school with Abbey Road reds, we've gotta shop. I mean, it just continues to diversify all the time, and my job is to nudge the doors open a little bit. And so share some of that magic as well as celebrating the history. Viking ruffians like goes into the desirable Anura the first to do this. Wow. Sometimes the first podcast I air up -solutely speak, Joyce awake. It's a famous place. I mean, we've always found the Bill that self quite fascinating. 'cause it's kinda deceptive. It looks kinda so Quainton old-fashioned from the front, its fast. It goes on forever. Doesn't bit let the tortoise of a smaller on the outside bigger on the inside. Yeah. I mean, that occasion was originally chosen leisure would have it the it was like a quiet residential area, but still quite. Close to central London superfluous for musicians to get to. But it looked sept- of because it was a house usually like a nine bedroom townhouse and everything. Beyond that reception area was the original gardens to the grounds. So the gramophone company who set up road, they thought his perfect we can build off shoot goes where the garden is. It looks deceptive because of that reason because everything where we are sitting now used to be the goal was nineteen thirty one I want to open, but the house was built hundred hundred two years before that. I think it's about two years to build. Yeah, pretty quick turnaround time and they add to at the time that we using the gramophone company. We using the west x. recording system believe which was a company based on the west coast and the states, and it was like a royalty thing every time they made a record in Seoul directly that pair royalty for using this recording system. So the management gramophone said, you know this, this can't continue, so we can reinvent the wheel. So we're gonna build all gear. So we'd have to pay royalty anymore. So they, they hired a genius, Alan Blum loin to basically redesign everything from from the ground up. So cutting as Mara phones mixing consoles, quite big do. So this is happening same time really, though building studios building the equipment. And the other turned run about two years. Pretty amazing those days, especially, yeah, I needed all the early experiments with stereo record in here. Stereos painted here bureau, way ahead of his time. I think he thinks that the first stereo music recording here in studio to nineteen thirty five. And I mean stereo wasn't released. It wasn't a release of the general public to about nineteen fifty eight and certainly wasn't massive it to to the late sixty. Invented did not do it really way ahead of his time. Apparently he was signed cinemas right when she in the film, he noticed as the coward to move from one side of the screen to the of the sound of state in the middle of what isn't the sound move with the character. Nice. Yeah. So he went home and invent very, do..
Geoff Emerick, Beatles Recording Engineer, Dead at 72
"And Jeff Emmerick medicine news here, the Beatles. Chief recording engineer who worked on some the band's most seminal albums has died. According to his manager. He was seventy two and believed have suffered from a heart attack. America was born December fifth nineteen Forty-five began working as the assistant engineer at Abbey Road. And and that just fifteen years old he worked with John Lennon, Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and Ringo Starr, the studio he worked on such recordings. As love me. Do I wanna hold your hand? She loves you a hard day's night and later became the band's chief engineer for revolver sergeant Pepper's lonely heart clubs banned the white album and Abbey Road. So producer passed away. Seventy two
"abbey road" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Released Abbey Road forty-nine years ago today, that's one that's one of the last few albums released before they broke up. I actually I think. What was it that they released? Before at right after Abbey Road. I was as nasty as I wanna be. I'll let it be thing. I'm thinking of the two live crew. My back. Abbey Road has cut. I was never a huge Beatles fan. They're just little before my time. I I'd like to all the bands that were influenced by the Beatles. But I never really you like the monkeys. No. Come together was on Abbey Road. George. Harrison's bid contributions. Here comes the sun and then Abbey Road. Of course has got that iconic album cover with their all crossing the street Abbey Road studios rise minster, I'm bandwagon. When it comes to the Beatles. I like the early young Ed Sullivan Beatle haircut. Beatles twist and shout Beatles. When they started doing a whole bunch of drugs. I was out the drug Arab Beatles. Not my thing the whole yellow submarine. And all that crap. I saw the Beatles show out in Vegas last time away last year at the Mirage the love show served as Soleil stuff. Yeah. My wife loved it. I was just kind of sitting there wondering when we can get back to the blackjack table. Crocodile dundee. Starring Paul HOGAN theaters on this date, thirty two years ago today love crocodile Dundee back in the day. One of the first times I ever saw chicken a thong swimsuits, right? Linda, Kozlowski or whatever name was it was about a, you know, she's almost got eaten by the alligator and crocodile Dundee jump in. And stabbing in the head. Paul Paul HOGAN. Oh, man. I was all right. I think it was the highest grossing comedy that year in the United States, which marked the first time, I believe ever that the highest grossing comedy was not made in the United States made in Australia. All right. So tomorrow, it's a busy day in Washington DC. I have no idea what's going to happen. But tune in at four o'clock. You've reached the high fashion hotline help our family is going to a big football game this weekend. And I want to get us on the Jumbotron and some fresh new styles. Sprinter old navy old navy? Yup. Navies.
"abbey road" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting
"Yeah, 'em around the time of the announcement of Paul's album. We reproached by now Rogers assistance fron. Now swan else we shoot since day one and Fran. Torture said the, she'll be some time with them Abbey Road in London week beginning the twenty third July. She also said he'd be in Liverpool, then she later in that week, but we will like no Abbey Road this. It's fine by us. Yeah. And then just maybe those ten days after that shoe called you didn't? Yeah. He called on said they definitely wanted to do something around Egypt station, which was a complete thrill Feroze. The initial suggestion was that we were going to host the lie. Live event with him at LIPA. We're gonna do the hour on stage with him, but said that event ended up being hosted by Jarvis. Cocker didn't? Yeah. I, if I'm honest, I mean not put the fear of God. Infamy wasn't a nerve wracking prospect enough to potentially be interviewing poll combined to the live or the incident in all the the extra source of stuff around that. I mean, you know a if that was what was on the table, our that happily don't jobs. Did a great job. Yeah, on that. Plus, you know, that kind of lends itself to something quite different than what we do. You know, public facing live events is something with all this going to perform for the audience. 'cause and he's going to tell different kinds of stories maybe than the coun- Yang's whereafter and it, it just changes the whole tone of the conversation. And also it was it was a q. and a. so questions being submitted by audience members at Lippo people on Facebook? Yes. So obviously, you know, you don't want to hear from other people to people. We we're getting ahead of ourselves so slightly am from that phone call. We knew there was going to be a week of events. Something happened in London, and we're going to be a couple of things happening in livable as well. Obviously, we keep that very much to ourselves and then thing him the interview with Nile got moved forward by a couple of hours and that kind of led us to believe that something else might be happening Abbey Road day yet. Well, it was all, you know, it was all tense. Wasn't it in a couple of weeks. So it's a went by and on Jordan a time confirmed Nile for the twenty third July in the afternoon. I'm actually went back to Shu. It then didn't we and said, we're going to be in London that day. If there's a chance of any time with Paul, Stewart said, well, we'll be able to have any time at all day. He shoots would be Abbey Road all day on this says, so we should come and say, hi. And so that points using Sherlock Holmes Esq POWs of deduction. We can't put together and figured out this London. Event will be Abbey Road. Paul would be there and we take place on the twenty third and sure enough that tend to be the case, hope you're following this sofa and but yet. So it was kind of less than a weeks ago. That's your called and confirmed. We would get to interview Paul on the twenty. Fifth of July at LIPA. Boy, the live CUNY will be hosted by Jarvis as we mentioned, and we get time with Paul afterwards. So that was ideal for Israel really wasn't it. I mean, that was just like dream come true. Not only would we get time with Paul, but it will be one on one face to face. Yeah, no mean doesn't get much better than that those. So by that point we knew it was going to be about thirty minutes in we. So we figured this isn't going to be a career retrospective..
"abbey road" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?
"That's right because they say that there's never been a good album title with an apostrophe in it is that do they say that yes can you think of the beatles ever have an apostrophe the abbey's road oh abbey's road so can i just jump in here for a sec thing yeah you're the only other person in the room i expect you to jump in camper van beethoven boo got back together and like the early arts and put out a bunch of records with did i know this i don't know i don't know what you don't you don't know i saw them camper van beethoven i saw them at the universal amphitheater in a k rock holiday show i believe they're pretty good yeah and i saw it with this girl that i was into who we are listening to the beef fifty two's another athens band on the way there and they just put out their big they're big record that had their their big love shack song on it and i was singing along much because i don't know lear ix i think when they go tin roof rested i said like plan plouffe busted or whatever i thought it was like oh no actually well it's normally if someone were to correct you you would feel embarrassed or what maybe i did feel embarrassed but she didn't such a nice way she's like oh no i'm from the south and that's it that's an expression that we use in the south tin roof rusted.