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Music: 2021 was a good year for Wallen, Adele  — and vinyl

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00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Music: 2021 was a good year for Wallen, Adele — and vinyl

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"adele" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

08:25 min | 7 months ago

"adele" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Good afternoon. I mean, you can really hear the catharsis in that song. And it is this. It is this big release, especially kind of coming on the album when it does late in the process. There is this like, oh, I can still bring it. Like no questions. I can get it out if you want. I just don't want to. Back to your point about pacing. The fact that this song is what the penultimate song and then I can't even remember what the last song is called. I'm like, this should have been the last song. There's a game. Yes. To be loved. That is the closer I feel like in her adding on love is a game is just like, I forget about that one, but it also feeds back into, you know, the top of album again, because it goes back to that whimsical classical space. But it's like two beloved is like such a great closer song, but it's not even the closer. Yeah, again, I would have put these songs in a different order. And obviously, in this day and age, it's very easy to resequence an album as you want. But it does feel like that moment we just heard should be the mic drop. I keep coming back. You're talking about favorite songs, least favorite songs. That my little love song where she's singing to her son and it includes samples of conversations that she's having. That song just did not work for me at all. And I think it made it hard for me to get into this record in part because it comes so early. Among other things, I just didn't like what it had to say. Isn't she like, you know, mummy doesn't like you as much as anyone else. I was like, well, Adele, I don't know if you should hear all these things. Those are a lot of and then she's like, mommy's been having a lot of big feelings. Like, damn. I feel like that's a space for therapy for both of you and your child. I don't know if these are the exact things you want to be saying to them right now, but you know, she's processing her own life. Yeah, and I appreciate the rawness of that. And obviously, not every song needs to be emotionally healthy. I think that kind of goes without saying, but it definitely rubbed me the wrong way. I did want to talk about how this record fits into the Pantheon of breakup albums. It feels like we've been talking Casey musgraves being a notable recent example where the public is processing this person's breakup through as if they should have to. 'cause we're so entitled. Yeah. With the release of this new music. And so I wanted to ask like, what do you think of this as a breakup album? Stephen, I'm so glad you asked me that. I actually don't consider this a breakup album. I haven't been through a divorce. I don't know what it's like. And clearly this is inspired by her divorce, but I feel like there's only a couple songs that are like, oh, that divorce was so sad. It feels like more like Adele is trying out her Emancipation of Mimi era like exploring a ton of different feelings. To me, this is like a falling apart, putting yourself back together album. And I feel when we talk about the pacing of the songs, working pacing wise is the emotional story she's telling sonically, it's all a little jarring and it'll take you out here and there. But what she's saying and sharing with us throughout the entire album is so perfectly linear, not that healing is linear here. But it's so perfectly linear with all the different things you discover about yourself when you separate from someone so loved. And I feel like these songs all contain, you know, the really hard feelings of identifying what no longer serves you, what role you have in that distance in your relationship, working on yourself and prioritizing yourself. But then realizing, you know, you kind of have to get over yourself and be there for other people specifically her son in this moment. It just doesn't seem like a sad breakup album to me. Even though it is very emotionally heavy. Yeah, and I think the context of her breakup really does fuel that particular quality that this record has. She has said in interviews that she was the instigator in her divorce that she was just unhappy and felt like her growth was being stifled. And I think coming at a divorce album being the instigator isn't interesting perspective to bring because so many of the divorce albums that pop up off the top of your head, like the Casey musgraves record or a lot of them are sort of like I have had this divorce inflicted on me and now I'm writing an album about the process of being broken up with of being betrayed in some way. And being angry. This is not an angry divorce album or an angry breakup album. This is not somebody processing a lot of negativity. It's much more of a kind of eat pray love. I needed to find myself and explore and grow on my own. And I needed to get out of this because I wasn't happy. And that is a different perspective to bring to a breakup album. It's very wild and I feel like the perspective shift here is so important because I feel like women are socialized to stay in complacency and just be okay with what they have. And Adele even says, it's not that she was necessarily being harmed in any way. It was just like she felt herself stifled. And she couldn't grow. And I feel like identifying that is so underrated. There's identifying it and then there's actually acting out on it. And that's the really, really difficult part. That is so much introspection is required to just really sit with what's making you unhappy and realizing that it might be you. And it might be the fact that you need more space to spread your wings. So I feel I feel very proud of the dog. Not to have a parasocial relationship with Adele. I feel very proud of her and I feel very excited for other women who will listen to this and be like, I don't like my husband. So Adele sitting in the sadness and then kind of blossoming from it is what I'm really excited to see. And I think she already has. Yeah, and that kind of brings me to my last question, which is just like where do you want to see her go from here? I mean, she has certainly mined the territory of heartache and breakups many times over. But what direction do you want to see her take from here? I really want to hear Adele. Even if it's just a feature, I really want to hear her on a UK drill beat. I think her voice would be so cool on that. It'd be very yaba of her. It'd be very, I guess modern. I just want to see her experiment more. The different sounds that she pulled out of this record, going back to her jazz roots and just kind of exploring a ton of different genres. I want her to take one genre and just like do everything she can with it, you know? Specifically, I would like it to be a UK drill sound, but I'm okay with her just doing a different sound than easy listening. I mean, I think I agree with you. Not necessarily specifically about UK drill. This is a record that is about Emancipation in some ways. But it doesn't always sound like it. A lot of these songs kind of hang very heavy and if you're not listening closely, can just feel very glom. And I think breaking out of that glomus, just having a little bit more fun musically speaking. I mean, other than oh my God, there's not a ton of rolling in the deep style, just like rumor has it, you know, kind of big spangly musically celebratory sounds. And I would like to see her follow through on the Emancipation that she's singing about here, but also I'd like to see her collaborate more. You know, it was really people talked a lot about the fact that the arrow Garner, it's basically a sample because aero Garner has been dead for decades. This collaboration quote unquote with Errol Garner is the first time she's had a guest feature on her record. There's a version of easy on me that is formed into a duet with Chris Stapleton. And I'd just like to see her mix it up artistically with more people and just bounce her voice off of other people and kind of learn to make room in songs for other voices. I think we'll make her continue to grow and develop as an artist who just keeps getting more interesting. Yeah. I've changed my mind Steven. I want to hear her do a duet with Beyoncé. That's my new answer. Well, if she does an album with Beyoncé, then Beyoncé can finally win album of the year. Stephen, don't tease me..

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"adele" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

01:40 min | 7 months ago

"adele" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"And get it. Like that whistles sounds like an early 2000 song. I don't know what that's from, but it's just so specific and fun. It just feels like she's just trying a bunch of different things and I really appreciated that about this album. Yeah, do you have other favorites? Oh, I really appreciated cry your heart out too. I really like the reggae bounce of that one. I really like all night parking. That's the one with arrow Garner. Yeah, the Earl Gardner sample on that is so interesting to me because she adds in a beat to it too, so it's like this very classic jazz melody. And I feel like Adele's just kind of like weaving through these different spaces and just trying to figure out where her voice fits in between, and she doesn't really well, I think. You've got things that they do. I just want to spend no my time with you. I'm so hard to impress only me on the stretch. She's done a really great job of adapting her. New voice to these different sounds and just trying out different things, you know? Yeah, and there are also for fans of her more traditional sound. There are songs that still kind of tap into some of the formulas that she's worked with well. And there are songs where as much as her vocals are more restrained on the record, there are also opportunities for her to really open the throttle. There's a song on this record late called to be loved, which feels like it's kind of just progressing through waves of.

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"adele" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

02:31 min | 7 months ago

"adele" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"The 6 minute song it's called my little love and it includes a lot of spoken word passages. And I never felt lonely. I love being on my own. Always prefer.

"adele" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

03:04 min | 7 months ago

"adele" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Chains to the songs on 30 find Adele reflecting on her divorce in songs that don't shy away from emotional vulnerability or deep melancholy. 30 also follows her recovery from the damage to her vocal cords that forced Adele to cancel dates on her 2017 tour. Letitia you have written about a Delft for NPR music. Give us your thoughts on 30. Yeah, of course. So when easy on me came out, I was like, okay, this is more of a Dell as Adele, you know, nothing new, no new sounds. That's okay. But this album actually is a huge one 80 from what we expect from Adele in a good way. I feel like this is Adele's we've never really seen her. You know, she's no longer leaning just on those powerhouse vocals like you said, Steven, but really trying to experiment with pairing her voice and this new rendition of her voice. So new sounds and exploring what feels good to her. I really enjoyed this album mainly because I'm a sucker for music made in a Saturn return. You know, that's when the planets are back where they were when you first born, you gotta gotta repair it yourself. Learn how to be a human being again in Adele's really feeling her saddle return on this album. I feel like it's also the first time that we really, really know what's going on in Adele's personal life. And it's not as isolated as 21 or 25. So it feels like it's the first time her star power is kind of eclipsed by her humanity. And you know, her ties as like a mother and ex-wife, a woman. And we hear all these strong feelings she's working through. And it feels like a really great Emancipation record, not just from her ex-husband, but her perception of self, and, you know, the ways that she's stuck in her own past and how that's coming up in the present, I feel like she shed a lot of emotional baggage in order to arrive to this point, and with that she's removed herself from the safety of what we expected Adele sound to be. Yeah, I like this record too. I think that it was a little bit slow to grow on me. I think easy on me when easy on me came out. That was familiar. That was the Adele that I know. This is kind of the latest incarnation of someone like you or hello. This very familiar, big, booming, ballad. I found like the song gets stuck in my head and so I find myself sort of singing along with it or singing it afterward. It is a very easy song to sing along to, but it is not an easy song to sing along too quietly. Now you have to be very, very loud. Yeah, exactly. And so yeah, so this song feels very familiar. And I think the rest of the record doesn't as much. You've got a song like, oh my God, which does kind of fit into that rolling in the deep model. It's a little bit bigger and again, more familiar. Can I get it? Sounds like another big hit, but a lot of this record rolls a little bit more slowly. 5 of these songs run more than 6 minutes long. And as such, it can feel a little bit meandering, especially late. I think there's some unusual pacing going on where the third track on this record is.

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"adele" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

05:12 min | 7 months ago

"adele" Discussed on Popcast

"Mama's got a live. I'm not a big fan of the voice, messages. Wine. Okay, speak on it. Tell me what? I want the song that's to be not only about Adele. I want the song to be about somebody in that situation, but I don't want to hear this super private stuff. I'm not that much of a boy. Okay, so we should big picture for a second. 30 is the document of Adele's divorce from the father, his name is Simon, the father of her son, and also in part the story about her tentative, and maybe not so tentative reentry into the dating scene. There is a hesitate to use the word tabloid, but there is a celebrity gossip aspect to this album and certainly to the rollout and that was consistent with The Oprah interview. But JP, you're saying there's something about how Adele historically has made music that has functioned outside of those spaces. Exactly, to me, the least interesting aspect of the album is the celebrity gossip life of a star aspect of it. What made Adele Adele was that she had everybody crying along for their own life experiences that they had shared with her. I mean, everybody has had an expert, you know, you're yelling at him. You could have had it all. But I don't think everybody has had the world traveling working out with my trainer change my diet. I don't think The Oprah's special did her any favors. I mean, it separated her from her audience instead of letting her audience identify with her. It was not a good interview in my opinion because I don't think that Oprah's thing was really working with Adele. I think I like my little love for the exact reason that you don't like it. JP to be honest with you because I think it is freeing to watch Adele not have to be relatable and to feel other people's pain and to just feel her own pain. And I recognize that it's like it is very uncomfortable and it goes on. The fact that there are two different sort of formats of voice memos in this song with two different sort of feelings going on like one with her son and one just her really breaking down like late night, I get, I get that it feels like a lot and I don't disagree, but I think it's very freeing. I listen to it and I was honestly like, it felt so uncomfortable and it also felt very, I don't know. I was happy to hear it because it's very, very specifically her own, you know. This is interesting. I hadn't really thought about the voice memos from a structural perspective. I'm kind of with you JP a little bit. There's something that kind of takes you out of kind of what I've come to expect from a maybe this is unfair, but where you come to expect from a Dell record, which are these kind of like big broad stroke paintings that you can kind of like lose yourself in or see yourself in. But I also didn't feel like it was so specific and so particular that it made me forget that I was listening to an Adele record if that makes sense. I kind of feel like it didn't push me too far in that direction. I think if there were like 7 of them, sprinkled throughout the record, I would have felt different. I guess I'm thinking in a way about repeat listening for a song because this song has a great perfect Marvin Gaye groove. It's a great premise for a song, which is to be talking to your son after a divorce. It's really moving in a lot of places and the actualities that news bullet and interrupting the song just as you said takes you out of it. I mean, are you going to be wanting to hear those same savvy spoken words every time you listen to the song? I'm not sure. I listen to a lot of weird songs, so I don't, you know. This is like, this is not even like the top ten weird things I've heard in a song this month. Yeah. The one on my little love is uncomfortable and I can understand why people would skip the one at the end because it is hard to hear her. That one's like that. That one's very hard to tell. What is the tough one? And I understand it from that perspective. I will say the one for me that I could just like I could do without doesn't add a lot to me is at the end of I drink wine, or it's just like, she's sort of like broadly reflecting just like, I wish it weren't. The worst time of my life, and we didn't get to have more memories and I'm just like, okay, this is the one that I don't need as.

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"adele" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

06:20 min | 7 months ago

"adele" Discussed on Popcast

"Forestry Adele. Is back Adele has arrived as certainly as planets orbit around the sun, as certainly as birthdays come the return of Adele has been preordained, the import of the return of Adele has been preordained and her new album 30 is I believe having the biggest opening week of the year. We're going to talk about a job. I don't know if we ever done a Philadelphia and also I want to say stick around at the end 'cause I'm gonna chat for a minute at the end of the show about Virgil abloh who passed away today Sunday we're recording my talk a little bit about Virgil and Virgil's influence. John for allis chief pop music critic of The New York Times is here. I'm here. And Jill mapes features editor of pitchfork and author of the pitchfork review of 30 is here. Hey, Jill. Hey, thanks for having me again. Both of you, JP gave it a critics pick, Jill I noticed, even though it was an 8.2 was not a best new music. I noticed that don't think that I missed that. Oh, you and many other people did not miss that. Wait, what is Adele Stan group called? Okay, they're called daydreamers, which I think is highly unsanctioned. That's the first track off 19, but I think Mariah Carey really owns copyright. All daydream really. That's kind of a store brand Stan group name. Like I need something. I need something a little bit more bespoke. I totally agree with that, but I think it also speaks to the kind of pop star Adele is that. I don't know that. Firing. Okay. Wow. Jill, that's very bold, but you gave it a very glowing review, JP, give very glowing review just for context. I probably feel a little less excited about this record than y'all do. We'll get to that in a minute. But I did want to talk about something that I was alluding to in the intro, which is the kind of preordained nature of the arrival of Adele's 30. And this sense that this is in quote unquote important album, this is a quote unquote, meaningful album. This is possibly even a quote unquote deep album. To me this is one of the rare cases where the volume at which something arrives really does shape the reception upon a rival. JP is Adele to popular two iconic to fail. I don't know about failing. I just think she's the last gasp of a pop monoculture. Everybody is aware of Adele from your granny to your teenager. And that's a rare thing. And part of it may be just the momentum of the previous albums, but part of it is because she really does hear herself to appeal across every generational line every stylistic line. She's got ballads. She's got a max Martin track. She's really one of the few who's striving to be something for everybody still. First of all, someone was starting new in 2021 with that approach. Do you think it would be as possible for them to become as kind of a cross market of a star as Adele is or do you think that Adele can do this precisely because she is a holdover from a pre streaming era. Probably the latter, she's got the momentum she's got the name recognition. I mean, you have someone like yebba, who's like a baby Adele. And, you know, she does not have this kind of instant traction for sure. Jill, what do you make of this? Do you think that there was ever a scenario in which the Adele record comes back and flops? They put out one single ahead of time and that gave me a sense of like, what's going on here? Is this going to be a mixed bag? I mean, they put the most traditional sounding ballad out as a song with a species on me. Yeah, if it ain't broke, don't fix it is what we were joking in my office when I came out of it's not a risk, but I think of it a little bit of a red herring for the album. I guess it's funny. I don't think that Adele can fail, but I think that she's one of the rare artists that can really just say by the album. Appreciate it as an album. And now it's out and it's interesting that it's the first Adele record that's really fully in the streaming world. And I think the label is kind of we're seeing what people respond to as far as where to go with singles and things like that. So I think they're playing a more modern game than they have in the past with this record. But I also think, I don't know. It's kind of a big risk to me. Which part of it is a risk. Not putting out more singles than they did for one. And then also it sounding the way it sounds and being really fully like an album. It's a album. Sorry. I should. No, no, that's fine. That's how much of an album is. You gotta curse. You gotta amplify it with profanity. That's how intense of a record it is. Yeah, so I guess I'm just still kind of marveling at the business strategy of this record, given now that we know what it sounds like. I have a couple of thoughts on this. One is I actually think from a sequencing perspective, I don't know if this works as an album. I think that there are some jagged moments in it. That take me out of what I believe is what we were all hope to be like a cleanly sequence to Dell record. That's number one. You were alluding to this, I believe earlier, but as far as Adele in the streaming era, there were some news that Spotify had agreed to, I guess, is it that the prompt is that you can play it from front to back as opposed to playing it in shuffle? That's the shift that Adele asked for and received. Is that right? I believe so, which is just an insane idea to me that Spotify is completely apathetic to whether people play albums and sequences normally. Frankly, so are musicians, though. So, you know, do you hate, you know, not sure if I'm totally mad at Spotify for that. But let's maybe start at the beginning of.

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No. 17 Buckeyes need late layup to beat Akron 67-66

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 8 months ago

No. 17 Buckeyes need late layup to beat Akron 67-66

"Akron was poised to knock off an Ohio rival before said key drained a layup in the final seconds giving seventeenth ranked Ohio state a sixty seven sixty six triumph over the zips E. jail Adele carried the Buckeyes with twenty five points and eleven rebounds he was the only other Buckeye to score in double figures finishing with fourteen Akron got back in the game after trailing by eight at halftime Ali Ali converted a four point play to put the zips up sixty six sixty five with six seconds left Ali had a team high seventeen points one more than K. J. Walton I'm Dave Ferrie

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Anti-Biden Rap Song ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ Reaches Top Spot on iTunes Chart

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:20 min | 8 months ago

Anti-Biden Rap Song ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ Reaches Top Spot on iTunes Chart

"So for those of you that don't know, maybe you've been, I don't know, in a coma, the last three weeks or I don't know, navigating the islands of Thailand or something, and you just haven't been really queued into the news cycle or maybe you were in honeymoon and Sri Lanka. I don't know. So there was a Nat. There's a NASCAR driver. His name is Brandon. And he's actually competing soon in Phoenix, I found that mistaken. I don't know his last name. And so Brandon won this NASCAR event, and the crowd started his name is Brandon Brown. The crowd started to chant F Joe Biden and the announcer a lot of people went and attacked the announcer. I actually think she was kind of creative and she unintentionally now gave us a non vulgar way to now say this. So then she says, oh, they're all saying, let's go Brandon. They weren't saying, let's go Brandon. And it was just so comically wrong. It was just so off of the beat and like she had to do her bastion didn't want to get an FCC complaint. She obviously was trying to keep it focused on the try to keep it focused on the sports story. Do I think she intentionally lied? Yeah, of course she did. She knew they weren't saying that, obviously. And so she knew they weren't saying, let's go Brandon. But I think she unintentionally created the movement where now et cetera. Okay, so this chant let's go Brandon is everywhere. Last night at our event, Boise, people were just coming up and chanting, let's go Brandon. And it kind of has these kind of alternate meeting. It's like it's anti media. It's anti buy it and it's all over the place. It's also pro brand. We're very pro brand. And so let's go to cut 41. Harris falconer saying, let's go brand and song has now hit the number one on itune over Adele, skinny Adele now at new skinny Adele's new song. Okay, cut 41. And as the president deals with that favorability issue, problem, disaster. The anti Biden chance, let's go Brandon, which you know are kind of code for cleaning up what they're really saying. But anyway, let's go Brandon. Now, hitting the iTunes top. Talk to hip hop songs. They now sit one and two on iTunes downloads ahead of Adele's new song. Number one and two, we're always told conservatives need to take back the culture where it's happening

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"adele" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

18:48 min | 9 months ago

"adele" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

"Wedding where the daughter the parents of the bride tend to pay for the wedding. And I mean, no matter what, whoever the party even the Gates, I mean, and it wasn't just any type of wedding, too. It wasn't like, you know, hors d'oeuvres, and a little they had a little band called cold glacier up by me. I mean, for cold late to show up, you got to think. That's a $1 million. It's a $1 million. $1 million or a very high donation to a charity. A charity of Chris Martin and Coldplay's choice, or the fact that Coldplay might have a number one album this week thanks. Because Bill Gates bought a ton of albums and everybody got it in the gift basket at the wedding. I mean, it was a private ceremony. Which is interesting too because it's a very popular couple of very high profile couple. And you think Bill Gates has the technology as well as Melinda to pretty much just like shut down any type of air force. You know what I mean? No drones, like a drone could shoot down another tone that was trying to take pictures. I'm sure phones were taking away. Like it was probably a very high-tech security wedding. So there was no way no one was getting into this. But Coldplay was there. Jennifer, yeah, she's in equestrian. And she's currently studying medicine in New York City. So very smart. The wedding. I think she actually got married the night before in a small ceremony and then all the legal stuff they get out of the way or the religious. And then it turns into a big, big party. So congratulations to you, Jennifer. Okay, so Mick Jagger is poking fun at Paul McCartney. After Paul McCartney, talk about two old Shea. So this is wild to make with performing with The Rolling Stones and there's been a long rivalry between the two of them, but it was a really ignited a couple of days ago after Paul McCartney was asked about The Rolling Stones, and he called them a blues cover band. So Mick Jagger was joking on stage saying quote, Paul McCartney's here, he's gonna help us out. He's gonna come up on stage and join us in a blues cover later. So he's making fun of. They have not got a log for a really long time. In fact, Jagger once told the press that he thought The Beatles breaking up was a very good idea. I think this is just so much fun to watch these two old super rich super talented super famous guys. Go at each other, 'cause there's no real downside to it. What do you think Garrett does it matter what one 78, one 79? I say, if you double to like each other at this point. I think the posting on the joke though, what do you think? Exactly. I think it's one of those things where it's like, hey, let's just play into it because it's almost like the Matt Damon Jimmy Kimmel feud as fun as it is at the end of the day we know they don't dislike each other. It's just fun to poke fun. I mean, just like you and I, we poke fun at each other, you know, most of the time and it's not like we hate each other, or maybe or maybe I'm just not reading the clues, but can I ask you are you a Beatles fan or a Rolling Stones, who would you pick? I mean, at the end of the day, The Beatles were the what I believe are the more universal popular. Right. One. Yes. The more fun, in concert, Rolling Stone. He says, I'm going to pick The Beatles talking of music. What's happening with the Della? All right, so Adele had quite the weekend too on the music front. So imagine I'm putting out music in over 6 years. And some might think, oh my God, that was way too long. What's gonna you know, her career? What's gonna happen? Adele is doing just fine, so she released her song easy on me to everybody and their mother cry over the weekend several times every time you heard it, she broke Spotify's streaming record for a single day stream for her song. Beating previous holders, BTS and butter who had 20.9 million global streams in a single day. Now here's the thing. Spotify said, you know what? We're not giving you numbers just yet because we're still counting. But here's what BTS did Adele be they beat it. So I could only imagine and this is what will happen on the music front, which is kind of interesting. BTS has an incredible fantastic called the BTS army, right? I could see. Next week. BTS, BTS going, you know what? We're going to put butter by BTS back on the charts and it'll be. Records, they could do this. I think recently, the Mariah fans for some reason got together and brought glitter and made glitter her album that didn't do very well many years ago. Number one, just for a couple of minutes, but they can sort of manipulate the formula. It's easier. They are powerful. But it is easier to get an album to number one for ten minutes than to get 20.9 million downloads in a day. It's incredible. That's a lot of fans you never know. The war is on. Do you like the new single easy on me? I've been listening to it. I like it. I don't love it. Dare I say that? Well, no, you're allowed to music is about I wish it had more of a hook. I wish there was a more tune to it. No, I think we'll get more to it. I think we'll definitely get more from the album and you know, it's kind of like thinking about think about going in the pool. You know what I mean? You put your little toe in at the steps and go, oh, it's a little cold, but I'll warm up to it. And then you slowly get in. Then you get up to the you get to the belly button and you're like, you know what? I'm gonna go in. I'm gonna go under there. Absorb it that I'm up to my maybe ankle in a Dell at the moment, but I'm gonna put a little bit more in the pool today and then quickly before we go to break, we have some numbers here for the box office weekend, so it's I think the second weekend, maybe third weekend of James Bond and it's already in trouble because Halloween kills. Literally killed them at the box office, Halloween kills, got $15.4 million at the box. It's a huge huge movie. It's the season, too, you know what I mean? And but that still isn't and to be massive number. Of course, and to be fair there really is no James Bond season. There's a Halloween movie as big as that would have more legs and so it's now fell behind the previous two Bond films. So I'm not sure if it's the pandemic or if it's just not quite what everybody wants. I think the ending might have put a few people off and then other theaters and those two movie news, Ben Affleck and Matt Damon's new movie bombed have you heard? I didn't even know this movie. The last jewel bombed with just 4.8 million Ben and Matt back together on paper. You that seems like a huge hit. What went wrong? Jennifer Lopez didn't help promote it enough. I thought you could say Jenna was in it like really. So why not disaster is the movie cost a $100 million to make it's only made about 5 million it's not going to make that hundred back. Well, insiders are saying, is that this is a sign the older audiences are still unsure about returning to the theater. This movie really trended older. I'm not sure if that's because of that. I mean, they're not old guys. It's the story because it's about two people that are dueling for the love of their life. Historical epic, that's what it is. So yeah, so it's not like, hey, Friday night, let's go watch Ben Affleck and Matt Damon and just that's why it's more history than anything else. So it's like yeah. We're gonna take a quick break and we will be right back. 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"adele" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:48 min | 10 months ago

"adele" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Going through cleveland and miami learning to become an adult learning how to be making statements. Muddle trayvon martin and then. No let's come for the game and own it now enough playing and making money for for others for the restaurant owner in cleveland that you're yelling at at at last call best or an entire economy and to me. This part of it is fascinating guys. Realize they're coming from music to it's not even they're coming for things. It's the word the term you use earlier tentacles. It's not they're coming to take all the stuff over. Whatever it's the are setting in routes so that a generation from now we won't even think about it as anything other than you know. Normal normal that that this guy is one of the most powerful people in showbiz. And this guy's doing this and the studios put out that it's not going to be out of the ordinary because they used the leverage the money the power the influence to open those doors in the way that it's been done for generations for decades is just people had money and power from other places not from sports. This is from From natural resources from whatever it's a sorta something and then all of a sudden you become the industry and then no one really thinks twice about. Hey why do we grade things base off stars on restaurants. Even though it's a tire company it just is the way that it is and That's the way that it's going to be. But i think dating adele is a very dangerous. It's the most dangerous can only go two ways. You're going to stay with her for the remainder of time or if you don't she's to write a complete album just tearing the heart i would never. I would never date adel just because there's the off chance that there's gonna be a stadium anthem about how you didn't hold open the door that one time hold on but you know that song is gonna be a banger. Listen i submit to you that if you one of adele's xs yep on the surface of what you say. Oh my god. I can't get it anymore. She made a whole album by me. And everyone's gonna hate me. But i know you're dating it's going to be even more awesome because all of these people are going to try and figure out what's he really. That bad ever dated someone that set fire to the rain. Hey hey you're looking at them right now. You see walking down the street. Say hello from the other side of the street right. That wrong as the other side is down your bell. Yeah yeah rumor has it. Doc wants ben simmons back we gotta post that podcast. We should post. I know like he can't wait till tomorrow..

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"adele" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

07:07 min | 10 months ago

"adele" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"With two guys. I love what lane kiffin is doing on twitter. He is stoking these fires. He has lived long enough. To god's to now sort of i'm fascinated by lane kiffin. I just think he's reinvented himself. And now in the sec. He's going to get back into the game and he's going to have some choices here. In miami people at miami would love to have lane kiffin. I don't think that tour's even open. I think lane kiffin now grown miami. I've heard usc fans in alum say they'd love to have lane kiffin now. The first time they had him he was immature. He was young. This lane kiffin is a lane kiffin. They would light. Yeah he's he's mature. Mature given i think basically all they have in. Oh mrs in oxford. Mississippi is that lakey doesn't want to step into. That's my only shot. Say they can afford whatever is massive. Buyout might be this early into his contract is he. Loves himself from south florida but he also loves himself some lane kiffin and the only person i think he's following now and he re tweeted. This on. twitter is arch manning. And if he can get if he can get the my gut the next descendant of the manning's in mississippi he'll be he'll come close to running college football again because they'll get a couple of years of these star prospect. Eli went to ole miss. You've got the first family of football now lane. Kiffin is actually in the game near lake brown lake. He doesn't wanna be mayor. We close to a quarterback. We need all of this to happen so he can get back in the game but I wanted to talk with the mean specifically about adele and rich paul. Now being official it made me feel like high school. It was it was made official. Yes what does that mean. It's official that rich. Paul and adele or now publicly letting it be known that they are a couple there and how they do that though how they'd make it official instagram. I think well. I thought it was. It was official when he took her as a date to the game but it was superficial official when he took her as a date to anthony. Davis is wedding. That's where a lot of the pictures came as level. You take you take a date to a wedding guys that you guys signifying something strong here. It's not the flavor of the month that you take to a wedding. You take you take someone that you're you know. Perhaps considering the linda roots with. I don't think that you can't that's offensive. What you've said there. Adele is never anyone labor of the month adele rich paul saying it's serious as i know but i'm anne and what i'm saying is that just because it wasn't official at a wedding doesn't mean it wasn't official the last time. They went out together where they were seen in public. I just love the hustle of rich paul. This story is amazing. The great american tale that goes from selling jerseys onto the back of his car to dating one of the biggest pop stars in the world. Tell the story though of how respond came up the whole thing. That rich paul is ba- this is. This is the economy that rises around. What lebron james has built over the last fifteen years were nerlens. Noel is suing rich paul. Because i didn't have enough care. And my guess is he's not a big enough fish in the place that now rich paul. If that's true. Don't sign him i underst- look what i'm saying about that lawsuit. A lot of agents who are threatened right delighted in that because they are scared so much of this outfits. to god's this entire lebron can be running everything in this sport if rich paul puts his tentacles and a lot of places that have players better than nerlens. Noel let me just say there are a lot of agents doing a little bit more than reveling in it. And maybe kind of pushing this agenda along not going to name names but What rich did for nerlens noel was. They took a chance. And it didn't work out. And i think that's very different from kind of what these lawsuit is alleging. Which is that. There were some gross misconduct on the on the part of rich paul. look sometimes. it doesn't work man. Sometimes a agent gives you advice. That wasn't you know turned out to not be good advice at the time he said. Hey don't take this deal because we'll play this one year and then you're gonna get more next summer. What was that deal. Eighty million it was. It was what fifty six something like that. It was doing tens of millions of dollars. He did not play for tens of heat signed a one year deal right and it seems like he was undervalued and if he were valued correctly right now he'd be a player making tens of millions of dollars at a series of one year deals. He's been on a series of one year because Because of that. But at the same time i mean it's it's funny people wanna do it both ways when scotty pippin signs a long term deal your agent was an idiot. How could you let him sign. His long-term locking may be underpaid for a long time when rich. paul tells nerlens noel. Hey trust me on this one. I think we can get you a better deal next summer and then it doesn't work out all you idiot. Why didn't you take the money either. Way when it's kind of like you guys were talking about with the lamar jackson and harbaugh going for it. If they don't make it we don't sit here and say man they did. The right decision. Just didn't work out. We talk about what idiots they are for risking in that position against the kansas city keeps how do teams react to rich. Paul two teams like rich. Paul because the latest report is nerlens. Knowle's alleging the rich paul simply they didn't call certain teams back that he didn't know that the lakers were interested in the rockets. Were interested because rich. Paul just didn't call teams back. Liquors is a little hard to believe given the lebron stuff there so i think that was prior to lebron. At this time we came out with the levels at dallas. And so lebron was there yet. They're no call going unreturned for things that lebron one i makes more sense i want. I want people. Do you think teams are trying to just pile on now. Or is that believable. I don't think it's teams piling on. I think it's agents piling on. This is all look. Almost most of the news that breaks in the nba is not coming from teams. It's coming from agents because agents are always perpetually in the state of trying to gain an advantage from a pr perspective over their their opponents and so their guy look good exactly so one of the big things that's happened recently is something has happened in the nfl for the longest time but in the nba. This is a new phenomenon. So-and-so's signs seventy million dollar deal will actually fifty million dollar deal. Twenty million of it is on guaranteed but seventy million is the number. We're going to run with when the news. Breakers tweeted why. Who does that help. It helps the agent. It doesn't help the player it enough team. That helps the agent to look. I got my guy seventy mil and so.

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"adele" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

04:36 min | 10 months ago

"adele" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"Her book branded. You my guest today. A gal mcclay adele. Welcome to the show. Thank you so much. Jv it's just a real pleasure to be talking to you in your community today. Well you know i. I love where you live. London is an amazing place. And i also studied at cambridge university when i was sixteen years old in the summer and i punted on the camera. I'm got to say whether the best punter but i did not fall in So i that's my claim to fame from punting But that was my formal introduction of u. adele. How would you describe yourself in your own words in my own words well. My motto is alive passionate and extraordinary and business in life. And i try and lead from the front in relation to that. You know. life is never perfect But if we day. I jump out of bed. I'd like to come alive on siddeley passionate about everything i do and business in life and you know. I think that all of us want to be a little bit extraordinary. So i worked out. What extraordinary means for me. And i'm doing some things that personally extraordinary. So why don't we start there. What does extraordinary. Need to adele well for me. It means living a life of no regrets. I've met so many people particularly older people who look back on their lives actually remain people. Ninety to one hundred twenty goes away. Oh yeah totally totally. And they look back and they do. I wish i did this. I wish i did that. You know my father-in-law was a message situation when he was Incapacitated due to ill health and there was so many regrets and it was about that time. I thought you know i never want to be like that so i started sinking about. What are the things that i want to do. And be into and experience in my life. So that when. I'm one hundred and one having worked in busily at the end you know i tell. This is very interesting that you would see one hundred one Because just a few days ago. I had a very close friend die. Which of course threw me off for a few days right because even though you know what's coming because she was in hospice it doesn't change the fact you have a loss that's and when i was thinking about it i came up with i. I'm on this really getting super clean. Totally reversing diabetes right now and i said yet one hundred one sounds like a good age tyson. I think i'd like to do one hundred one I've already planned folks. It's a while away but you might wanna be in this mastermind. I'm just going to go ahead and promote it right now When i'm eighty. I've decided to do a big masterminding otemachi picchi. Oh i haven't been there. I saw wanted to go there ya. I'll be with you so it's a wild off folks but you know you you wanna put down your thousand dollar deposit. you know..

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Adele Is IG Official With Rich Paul

Daily Pop

01:22 min | 10 months ago

Adele Is IG Official With Rich Paul

"Guys as dell has gone instead of their show with her new man rich paul. They went to a wedding together over the weekend and adele shared this photo from a photo booth snapshot looking gorgeous now. Adele rarely even post pictures of herself. So this is a huge deal. What were your first thoughts and you saw this. I knew this was coming by the way i after she did that. Whole with the braids like she was and the jamaican flag outfit. See that was coming right here. If adele's happy then why shouldn't we all be happy for us. She went through a wedding that of marriage that failed. Come on now. I knew right then because you say once you go black cleveland. I've known hjelm love him. He came up through the ranks. Lebron wanna lebrons boys. I'm so proud of him. And i'm i'm happy. Happy for him. And i can't wait to hear her new music. Because tail is going to go from sending the little sad solves. She goes star singer. Some being make the status. Oh yes watch this.

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"adele" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:56 min | 10 months ago

"adele" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"The balls and say here's some good music could be could be thirty three this year thirty four next year right hulu analysis what he got. What else so you already went over a lot of these numbers but seventeen times platinum in the uk. Five point two million copies sold fourteen times platinum in the us. Twelve million copies sold ten times platinum in europe with ten million copies sold. Thank you europe for keeping that simple sold so many like i did not list if you go online and look at the list. There's like thirty eight countries leave that it lists it went either gold or multi-platinum in them. It's a lot. It was the best selling album year for both two thousand eleven. Two thousand twelve like you said the second best selling album of two thousand eleven was nineteen because it was boosted by album. So you said Spent twenty four consecutive weeks at the top of the charts longer than any other album says nineteen five. That album was prince's purple rain and the longest by a female solo artist. Bill two hundred history. was whitney houston's the bodyguard soundtrack was also still on the chart in twenty twenty. Oh there's one hundred and thirty second position that all that's all man nine years later so I this album is dark side of the moon. It's dark side of the moon but if you've You've heard nineteen and not this album. This has a lot more soul to it. it has a lot more. It's very heavily influenced. She was influenced by her bus driver on the american leg of her tour. Who was from nashville Who apparently listened to a lot of Southern rock bluegrass That type of music and it really influenced her. She used to smoke cigarettes out behind venues and he would listen to music while they were both smoking. Cigarettes that's the same tour that she cancelled to spend time with her boyfriend Who she would later break up with and then create basically this whole album about salata impact and she went into the studio to originally record this album. She worked for two weeks and the only thing that came out of it was the song. Take at all She went played for a boyfriend And they broke up shortly afterwards. Now i don't want to say that the song take it. All is the reason they broke up. They were apparently having other problems. but i do think that it's very interesting that she was in studio. Could hardly work had a lot of trouble. Doing things made one song played her boyfriend. They broke up and then she went back into the studio and banged out. This album fairly quickly. And it's amazing. I get all that we're going to get all those references in there. Oh yeah talk talk at length. I believe about the so this album at linked has also been nominated for twenty nine major industry awards and it's one twenty one of those pretty good percentage two thousand eleven american music awards favorite pop rock album. Twenty twelve dober- music words top billboard two hundred album twenty twelve billboard music words top pop album twenty twelve brit awards british album of the year. Twenty twelve grammy for album of the year. Two thousand twelve grammy for best pop vocal album twenty thirteen billboard music awards top pop album one. All of those also holds the guinness world record from twenty twelve for the first album in the hr history to reach sales of three million in one calendar year the most consecutive weeks with uk number one album by a solo female. That's eleven weeks biggest selling digital album in the uk and biggest selling digital album in the us saying basically it's a. It's a huge piece of shit. It's a terrible. Don't listen to garbage this also. According to billboard the biggest crossover sung in the last twenty five years showed up twelve. Different radio airplay formats including latin. Whoa that's crazy was on the latin charts and while well at its fourth consecutive week at number one adele performed someone like you at the two thousand eleven britain's words resulting in a sales surge of eight hundred and ninety percent on amazon dot co dot. Uk within an hour of the show is broadcast. That's a good amount. Her album nineteen say earlier. Climbed up to number four on the u k albums charts after that performance making adele the first living act since the beatles in nineteen sixty four to have to uk top five albums and singles simultaneously and by the transit of property adele greater than jesus. Yes you're correct that's it so you is that all for numbers that's it for the number. Let's cover our guy super simple. It's so many. So many numbers. And i apologize for just that number soup. The you guys is heard. But it's a. It's a huge numbers album. It's a lot of numbers. It covers very simple. No it is just a a picture of adel kind of leaning against her right hand. And it says adele twenty-one on it shot and black and white by lauren duke off Who worked with the adele sir. Premier reminds me a lot of garth brooks is No fences oh yeah. Cover very similar that black and white in it. I don't think it has a bluish tint. But i could be mistaken. I it looks like if you look at it too long. I think it is black and white. I think that. I've seen in real life in. It is black and white but that all right my memory. So i could just be imagining. I could have been staring at something blue too long before i looked at that picture. Maybe that's there was one of the thing that i think. We should probably talk about further onto the track by track. Obviously this is always credited as as solo album. And i don't want downplay adults ability. She's amazing yet. But we should definitely mention there were six producers on. This album wall helped write songs in create tracks. There were eighteen people doing the audio engineering mixing or programming on this album and there are sixty one additional musicians besides adele credited on this out. I must have missed counted. I counted sixty. But you're probably right. I'm might a miscounted. i might be thinking with adele. I'm going to say safety number but huge numbers. I mean absolutely huge numbers and they all came together and they were all incredibly talented. Take civility kyle. Takes a village to raise dell we do this we do attract by starting to track by track rolling in the deep matthew. Yeah and it's our first beer. Oh it's our first. So what does that say. I can't as good ship wit. It's an ale house from rolling in the deep because you know rolling on a boat and yet the good ship it everybody. Grab once drape this Lovely who walk more birth. that's nice. You're gonna leave all this in where we drink each beer slowly for about minutes like a pineapple does that it kinda takes league has like a little bit of a pineapple after-taste well that's what it is. It could be a little ginger just trying to break it up. You know. Do something different. I like it. I like it. People can sit here and goes. What does that was this. The big surprise you were talking about. It didn't finish fucked it up right so red. If you're out there fart noises there it is. I'm sorry randy sorry. Randy now was quite tasting. So a right ronin the deep yeah go ahead does it say was written in three hours the day after. She broke up with her boyfriend. Yeah show adele wanted to write a lovelorn ballad. But her producer. Paul epworth coaxed her to rent a more fiery song He's given writing credit along with the dell on this track so one of the first things that becomes very obvious as soon as the first starts is the depth in richardson. The music like i said. Production the engineering standout talk talk about that. You mentioned all of you know there's six engineers or eighteen engineers but the quality of the music and its players. First thing that you notice but there's only three other musicians on this song other than adele and she's credited with vocals background vocals and stiletto heeled tapping.

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"adele" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:35 min | 10 months ago

"adele" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"A tick but So around the same time. Nineteen debut album comes out and she does. A tour called an evening with adele begin may two thousand eight and ended in june two thousand nine fairly successful tour Did did really well however She cancelled a lot of the two thousand eight. Us dates on tour to be with her former boyfriend In june two thousand nine issue of nylon magazine. She said quote. I'm like. I can't believe i did that. It seems so ungrateful. I was drinking far too much and that was kind of the basis for my of my relationship with this boy. I couldn't bear to be without him so i was like well. I'll just cancel my stuff. Then i'll cancel my world tour to be with this guy who's sh nineteen something. Nineteen you get love struck and it gets in the way apparently but it. It almost killed her. Us success it was. It was so devastating to what how successful she has been since then in the. Us did it. Could've it could've absolutely crippled that. But she had a very successful appearance on saturday night. Live in late two thousand eight and it gave her a huge boost highest ratings for the show in seventeen years the two thousand nine grammy awards. She went awards for best new artist and best female pop vocal performance for nineteen and best won awards. Not grammy's but at one awards for the best jazz album as well It went to number four in the states number one in the uk and in the highest. Accolade that you can imagine at the time. According to beyond say she said it influenced her next album so that has to be high praise right because who runs the world girls exactly but we aren't here to talk about nineteen though are we so do want to say though. Del obviously went on after this to be very successful. I think cover her. Success is before we jump back into twenty one quick. They're quite extensive. Oh yes she sold over one hundred and twenty million records white Making her one of the best selling musicians of all time depending on the numbers ego with it is somewhat. It'd definitely top twenty. It's somewhere between seventeen and eleven. She's one fifteen grammy awards. She's one nine brit awards fifteen. She wanted academy award a golden globe and brit award for the single of the year for the theme song to the james bond film sky fall which he co wrote and performed billboard ours artist of the year in twenty eleven twenty twelve. Am to two thousand sixteen. She was named songwriter of the year by the british academy of songwriters composers and authors twice in two thousand twelve in two thousand sixteen twenty twelve. She was listed as number five on. Vh one's one hundred greatest women in music and time magazine named her one of the most influential women in the work world in twenty twenty one and observed twenty twelve and twenty sixteen. That's insane that is bonkers and this is i mean you got to remember too. She's not thirty. Yes she's she's it at issue just now thirty. I think she's just this year turning thirty. That's insane eight. No so she's thirty. Three thirty three zero. Sorry but still. Yeah good lord. She still got forty years. Forty solid years left rate. Turn out some records. That's nutsy have more about no. Let's go and let's talk about. This album does twenty one. Yeah released on january twenty fourth twenty eleven as defined as a sleeper hit Because apparently the record company that She was with xl which was an independent record label which they basking in the cash. I'm sure Had fairly modest expectations for the record. That statement alone is a bit surprising because last album won grammys. Yeah sold several million copies. Like i mentioned and she was poised for really great things so they call it a sleeper. I copied this next part directly from the internet. Because when i read it i was shocked. I mean i knew it was a mega hit. But i had no idea really. Just how big it really was. So this next part. It topped record charts in more than thirty countries and became the world's best selling album of the year for both twenty eleven and twenty twelve helping revitalize the lagging sales of the global music industry in the united kingdom. It is the best selling album the twenty first century the second best selling album of all time and the best selling album by a solo artist of all time while it's twenty three week tenure atop the uk album charts is the longest by female solo artist in the united states. The album helped position for twenty four weeks longer than any other album. Since nineteen eighty five and the longest by a female solo artist in billboard two hundred history it was certified diamond by the recording industry association of america indicating ten million units recorded sold in the us in addition three of the five singles released in its promotion rolling in the deep. Someone like you and set fire to the rain. Became international number one songs while rumor has it charted in the top twenty in countries across europe north america with sales of over thirty one million copies worldwide. Twenty one is the best selling album of the twenty first century and one of the best selling homes of all time. Oh yeah i mean. Take a moment to digest that for a second. This record is more or less credited for saving the music industry for the time being at least Before the ubiquitous -ness of streaming and the availability of free music on youtube. The industry was suffering. You know suffering for names and quality and she provided both People seem to think that this was the harbinger of things to come. statements like this seem to indicate that thought process there are two approaches to the To the business of being noticed by today's record buying public the first revolves around oodles of hype and ever more preposterous wardrobe selections. The second requires the confidence to let your music do the talking amazingly given preconceived notions about america's supposed preference for style over substance. It is the second of these two sales techniques which appear to be working better or this one. Twenty-one appealed to baby boomers nostalgic for etta james carole king and dusty in memphis. It also appealed to teen struggling with the first thing of heartbreak hipsters. Who missed amy. Wine-house traditionalist weary of synthesizers and vocal effects and non pop fans who simply found it refreshing to hear a singer belt out her blues with conviction by singing. Almost exclusively about relationship gone wrong. Adele made songs that anyone could identify with. Twenty one wasn't niche marketed. Who was made for everyone. And everyone listened. Oh yeah a lot of people. Consider this album to be the beginning of the paid digital music era Because before this you could buy digital music but most people were just bootlegging it. Most people were getting it off napster and Like lime wire and illegal websites and things like that. This is kind of the turning point for that because it is still a little bit like you said it's a little bit before streaming. It's not quite there yet but this was one of the first albums to do phenomenally well with online digital only sales and obviously they were physical versions of this album as well but it did amazingly. Well yeah did then. I agree that all of those things are true. But i feel like unfortunately i don't think it lasted no because right now ten years after its release. Everything is niche marketed. Now and music for the most part and there are some exceptions is just as boring as it was before adele came on the scene and i would like to think that i speak for a lot of people when i say. When is your next record coming out because i think that's severely lacking right now. Is someone with that power like to to kinda take the music industry by.

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Jamie Lynn Spears Shares Peace and Love Message

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

01:26 min | 1 year ago

Jamie Lynn Spears Shares Peace and Love Message

"Lindsay is responding to a message really a slam from her sister. Britney so jamie. Lynn posted a very vague message about peace hours after britney post a very harshness. Age aimed jamie lynn. Also at their father. Jamie lynn read. The following quotes. Made the peace of the lord be with you and your spirit will that came just one day after day. Put a very very lengthy. Ah profanity ridden posted on instagram. Don't worry we're not going to say the naughty words on this jaipur you'll get the gist. Britney right the following crowds for those of you who choose to criticize my dancing videos. Look i'm not going to be performing on any stages anytime soon with my dad. Handling what i what. I do what i say. Even i think i've done that for the past thirteen years. And then she went on to point the thing directly. A- jamie lynn has is saying quiet which. I don't like that. My sister showed up at award show and signed in capital letters. My songs all this comes after britney put up a post. It was more vague this one. But i think it was directed towards jamie lynn cooling people righteous for support in hanau but basically ignoring her for the last thirteen years.

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Biogen's New Alzheimer's Drug Is a Medicare Budget Buster

The KFBK Morning News

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Biogen's New Alzheimer's Drug Is a Medicare Budget Buster

"New drug for Alzheimer's comes with rather controversial approval, and now we're learning a huge price tag. The drug is called Adele Adele home, I should say adult film. It was approved by the FDA last week. It's $56,000 per year for a supply. Medicare copays could reach $11,000. The Alzheimer's Association's sharply criticized the manufacturer, Biogen for that price tag. You're about to hear from Paul Seagirt. He is with PCs advisers there in Northern California firm. They help businesses manage health care costs, And he says, This is a perfect example of what is wrong with how we approve and distribute drugs. We've got great health care how we pay for? It's crazy. This is a perfect example. You've got a $56,000 drug that the FDA is just approved. Three of the scientists who were on the review panel That made a recommendation to the FDA have resigned because of the 11 in November, 10 said. No, I'm recommending to approve it and one said, I don't know. And yet they still approved a drug that Has, you know, really hasn't shown itself to be effective. They're going to build $56,000. A year for each person that's on this drug. It's incredible. The FDA advisory board gave the thumbs down to this drug. Yet it got approved by the agency. The question is why It's a great question, and unfortunately, I There's a lot of financial drivers that drive our whole system. I'm a free market person. I'm not against that. But we've a lot. We're approving this thing and then saying we're going to allow them to do a nine year confirmatory trial. Which in those nine years if they do end up confirming that it is not Very effective or not that effective or not at all, effective. We're gonna have spent hundreds of billions of dollars at that time frame. We're

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Staal, Niederreiter Lift Hurricanes Past Predators 5-2

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Staal, Niederreiter Lift Hurricanes Past Predators 5-2

"The Carolina hurricanes scored three unanswered goals in the third period in route to a five two victory over the Nashville predators in game one of the opening round of the Stanley Cup playoffs tied to entering the third hurricanes forward Nino Niederreiter scored what proved to be the game winning goal at two twenty six of the period to break the tie Jordan Staal second goal of the game less than six minutes later would extend the lead to four two before the kings would add an empty net goal Alex Adele givens me twenty two saves for Carolina in his playoff debut you see stars made thirty three saves for Nashville Dennis **** Raleigh North Carolina

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Former contestants to replace Chris Harrison as hosts for "The Bachelorette"

News, Traffic and Weather

01:42 min | 1 year ago

Former contestants to replace Chris Harrison as hosts for "The Bachelorette"

"The bachelorette Chris Harrison, who was held the franchise from the very beginning will not host the next season of the show. Ah, stunner sure to have a major reaction and bachelor nation and beyond. This really has been a wild season. A major shakeup for bachelor fans, ABC Entertainment and Warner Horizon announcing long time host Chris Harrison will not return for the next season of the Bachelorette. Saying in a statement. Former bachelorettes Tasia Adams and Caitlin Bristowe will support the new batch threat through next season. High guy already Harrison is under fire for defending contestant Rachel Kirk in L already like completely falling in love with you. Kirk Adele sparked controversy when she liked photos containing the Confederate flag on social Media and pictures of her attending a plantation themed college party went viral. Harrison defended crocodiles. Actions to Rachel Lindsay, the franchises first Black Bachelorette. It's not good. It's not a good Rachel. Is it a good looking 2018? Or is it not a good look in 2021? Because there's a big difference ever the uproar pushing Harrison to apologize and speak out to GM. A. It was a mistake. I made a mistake. AM in in perfect man. I made a mistake and I own that The host was already forced to step back from this season's after the final Rose special with producers choosing former linebacker Turn New York Times bestselling author Emanuel Ah Chou to step in. I don't believe in cancel culture. I believe in accountability. I believe in understanding. I believe in growth. Now, the show's producers say they are supporting Harrison with quote the work he is committed to doing.

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Joint custody of son, no spousal support in Adele divorce

Bob Sirott

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Joint custody of son, no spousal support in Adele divorce

"Today is Adele, who is announcing that The divorce with her now ex husband has been finalized. They came to an agreement yesterday in which neither party will be getting spousal support. They did agree on joint custody of their eight year old son, Angelo. These two were actually living across the street from each other so they could Raised their son during the pandemic, with US few bumps as possible. S o. You know, it sounds like you know, it didn't work out for the marriage, but it seems like they're getting out of it all fairly amicably.

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Joint custody of son, no spousal support in Adele divorce

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Joint custody of son, no spousal support in Adele divorce

"A Grammy winning recording artist as reach agreement on her divorce what does divorce has gone final according to documents on the split obtained by the Associated Press the musician will be sharing custody of her eight year old son what's more Adele will not have to pay child support to her now ex husband the couple separated in August of twenty nineteen and Adele filed for an official split the following month the judge signed off on the divorce last week despite the breakup the couple was able to negotiate the terms of this split together both of them waive the right to seek spousal support and both agreed to share legal and physical custody of their son named Angelo I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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The One Thing About Raya and the Last Dragon That Never Changed

WLRN News Programming

01:56 min | 1 year ago

The One Thing About Raya and the Last Dragon That Never Changed

"Celebrating Southeast Asian culture. It's now in theaters and streaming on Disney, plus the lead character. Ryan is introduced as Disney's first Southeast Asian princess. Now, in order to restore peace, we must find the last dragon. But some critics have called Disney out for casting only one actor of Southeast Asian descent in a prominent speaking role. Kelly Marie Tran, who voices Riah. Those roles mostly went to actors of East Asian descent. Why Chan Booty is a film critic with slash film. Most of the reaction I saw online Woz praise and general positivity from Southeast Asian critics, although if you have voice the same criticism I have towards the film's melting pot approach, and even more are unhappy with the casting choices. It's mostly goes into the issue of treating Asians as a monolith, no matter which country they come from, and there is a distinction between East Asian countries in Southeast Asian countries. We reached out to Disney about the casting issue in particular, and they put us in touch with a co writer of the movie Adele Limb. And we've got a clip of her response. Let's listen any time that there is a prominent Asian forward movie or we have Asian leads. You know that one project has to kind of take on the burden because there's just not enough of them particularly pariah. We just feel so lucky that we have the actors that we have who have just connected so deeply and so meaningful Lee to their parts. So what do you think It sounds like She's setting the bar sort of low so they can celebrate it when they surmounted. Yeah, And this is an issue that is muddy even among the Asian, American, Southeast Asian American communities Riot and the last Dragon. Is build so heavily as that first Southeast Asian inspired Disney animated movie so it feels like a large missed opportunity to not cast the main

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With 'Raya,' Disney has their biggest animated action hero to date — and yes, she's still a princess

Fresh Air

06:10 min | 1 year ago

With 'Raya,' Disney has their biggest animated action hero to date — and yes, she's still a princess

"Chang says the new Disney film Riot, and the last Dragon is not just for kids. He calls it a gorgeously animated fantasy adventure with a hopeful message. For this moment, the movie began streaming on Disney plus today. Ryan and the last Dragon is the lovely moving surprise. Its big selling point is that it's the first Disney animated film to feature Southeast Asian characters. Like so many movies that break ground in terms of representation, it tells a story that's actually woven from reassuringly familiar parts. Didn't mind that in the slightest. The movie directed by the Disney veteran Don Hall and the animation newcomer Carlos Lopez. Estrada brings us into a fantasy world that's been beautifully visualized and populated with engaging characters. And it builds to an emotional climax that I'm still thinking about days later. Story is a little complicated as these stories tend to be It takes place in command Ra and enchanted realm inspired by various Southeast Asian cultures and divided into five kingdoms, named after a dragon's body parts heart Thing, spine, Talyn and tail. Before they became extinct centuries ago. Dragons once roamed the land and served as friendly guardians to humanity. Their magic lives on in a Jule called the Dragon Gym, which is kept in a cave in the heart, but the other four kingdoms covet. It's mighty powers. One day all five factions come together and try to reach a peace agreement. But tensions erupt. Ah fight breaks out, and the gem shatters into five pieces that are scattered across come, Andhra. This opens the doorway to an ancient enemy called Bedroom, a terrible plague that turns people to stone. Actually, a hero must rise and save the day. Her name is Ryan. And she's a young warrior princess from heart voiced by the excellent Kelly Marie Tran from Star Wars. The last Jedi. I Ryan manages to escape the drone, though her father, her body whose leader of heart isn't so lucky. Now Ryan must recover the pieces of the Dragon Jim, reverse the damage and banished that room for good. This is the first time we've seen a brave young character embark on a quest for magical bottles. And Ryan and the last Dragon is rooted in traditional fantasy lore with the Lord of the Rings and game of Thrones being just the most obvious influences. Movies, Intense scenes of sword play and hand to hand combat. Give it a tougher, more grown up field and most Disney animated fantasies. My own young daughter had to cover her eyes a few times. Some other recent Disney princesses, including marijuana, and Elsa Ryan has a bold, adventurous streak and isn't all that interested in romance? Unlike them, she doesn't even have time to sing a song. That said the movie still has plenty of lightness and humor. Screenwriters. Quick win and Adele Limb have provided the usual Disney array of cute critters and lively supporting characters. None of them is more colorful than see Soo Ah friendly water Dragon who is magically resurrected during riots journey. She's the last of her kind, and she has a crucial role to play in the story. She's voiced delightfully by Aquafina doing one of her signature chatterbox comedy routines and selling everyone of ceases and naturalistic wisecracks. In one scene, she touches a piece of the dragon Jim and magically Lights up. Which riots sees as a hopeful sign. You were glowing. Oh, thank you. I use Alan Rivers climb. Maintain my know this'd my little sister office magic. I got that glow in your little sister's much jack. Yet. Every dragon has a unique magic. Okay, What's yours? I am a really strong swimmer. Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. You touch this gym piece, and it gave you powers. You know what this means? Right? I no longer need a night light. What? No, you're still connected to the jumps. Magic, not means you can still use it to save the world. If we can get all the other Jen pieces, you can reassemble it and, well, the drooling away. And bring my bar back and bring all of commander back Ryan and sees his journey takes them toe. All five kingdoms of command ra all of which are so vivid and transporting, I found myself wishing they really existed. More than I could have at least seen them on a proper movie screen. There's the town of talent, which is built at the edge of a river and the desert wasteland of tail where Ryan and See Soo must enter a cave of obstacles straight out of an Indiana Jones adventure. As the two of them search for more dragon Jim pieces. They, of course, pick up a few friends along the way. There's a street smart boy who cooks a mean shrimp Con ji and a toddler pickpocket, whom I found more creepy than cute. The movie's most intriguing character is no Mari arrival. Princess from Fang, who's voiced by Gemma Chan. As a side note. Chan and Aquafina both appeared in crazy rich Asians, which, like this movie was co written by Adele Limb. Mari and Roya used to be friends until the fight over the dragon Jim rip them apart. Now they're bitter enemies, and their emotional dynamic is fierce and complicated in ways that relationships are rarely allowed to be in Children's animated films, especially between women. Contrast, See, Sue is all feel good vibes. She's a dragon, after all, with little understanding of how treacherous humans can be. She doesn't get by riot and the Mari distrust each other so why they can't just set their differences aside and defeat the drone together. It's Caesar's sincerity and purity of heart. That makes the stories finale so unexpectedly stirring, especially now. Our fates are closely bound together. It reminds us as it builds a case for forgiveness, reconciliation and mutual sacrifice. The emotional power of riot and the last dragon sneaks up on you. Its lessons aren't knew exactly, but it makes you feel like you're learning them for the first time. Justin

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No. 4 Ohio State tops Penn State 92-82 for 7th straight win

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

No. 4 Ohio State tops Penn State 92-82 for 7th straight win

"Fourth ranked Ohio state owns a seven game winning streak after E. J. lo del dropped in twenty three points and when Washington junior at a twenty one and the Buckeyes ninety two eighty two victory at Penn state Adele provided seventeen points while OSU took a forty seven forty three halftime lead CJ Walker had thirteen points and seven assists off the bench in the Buckeyes tenth win in eleven games the eighteen and for Buckeye shot fifty eight percent from the field including eleven of twenty from three point range Ohio state pulled away with a fifteen run midway through the second half I'm Dave Ferrie

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Viewers accuse 'American Idol' of exploiting Claudia Conway for ratings

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Viewers accuse 'American Idol' of exploiting Claudia Conway for ratings

"On to the Hollywood round of American Idol, the 16 year old daughter of former president Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway. Saying a version of Adele's When we were young and won a golden ticket to Hollywood Idol Judge Katy Perry told Conway There's a lot of noise in your life. And you have to calm the storm. That is around you. I question is issue good singer or shake his story. Yeah, that's maybe. Hopefully maybe a little of both. I'm sure, though. Yeah, I mean, maybe it is inspiring to people to keep her on the show. Now, my friend who saw the program didn't think that she should get the Colton. Yeah, well Okay, but yeah, So she's there for I borrowed producers always make their own touch. Write their own decision on who would be good for the show. 6 37. Let's head back

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Adele Reaches Divorce Settlement with Ex Simon Konecki Nearly 2 Years After Split

Colleen and Bradley

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Adele Reaches Divorce Settlement with Ex Simon Konecki Nearly 2 Years After Split

"Husband, Simon connect every used to divorce settlement nearly two years after splitting the fund, right, Well, it takes time sometimes. Remember Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. Art divorced yet? What Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver Shriver and divorced yet Okay? Yeah. Get busy one of these people doing I don't even think that they filed Who? Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver. Maria Shriver. Yeah. Who knows? We should ask him next time we see you where you like yelling? I don't know, because I feel very passionate, You know, celebrity marriage. Status, including this story about Adele in Simon connecting the former couple opted to determine rights to community property and debts through mediation. And Adele officially filed for divorce from Kentucky in September of 2019 good for them,

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Adele reaches divorce settlement with estranged husband nearly 2 years after split

Jason and Alexis

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Adele reaches divorce settlement with estranged husband nearly 2 years after split

"Fell in the dirt alert. Hello, Elizabeth. Good morning, Friends Happy Friday Who? Adele, in her ex husband have finally reached a divorce settlement. Two years after the split for even forgot she was getting divorced. I know, because the last year has felt like 10 years, so it's actually text. We've been two decades since they had decided to split up so they you know, they first separated in April of 2019. They have a son together named Angelo. In 2012. He was born and there were rumors that they secretly married but she didn't confirm that they were actually married until the 2017 Grammys and then she filed for divorce. In September of 2019 s. Oh, there were lots of rumors about who she's been dating since. But she has declared that she is single. She's 32. He's 46 Simon

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California Throws Open COVID Vaccines To Anyone 65 And Older

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

California Throws Open COVID Vaccines To Anyone 65 And Older

"California seniors are now eligible to get the Corona virus vaccine on Adele Prod O of Redwood City says she's looking forward to getting shot. Nice thanks from me, because at my age It is very important to be free to move. Health officials say. Seniors 65 older can now schedule an appointment across the Bay Contra Costa County has been trying to get as many as 7000 people vaccinated today is they have about 900,000 people eligible for

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Adele calls herself 'single' after being linked to rapper Skepta

Donna and Steve

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Adele calls herself 'single' after being linked to rapper Skepta

"Adele says she is still single. There were rumors that she was dating this British rapper. She doesn't exactly address this completely. Um, but she did put up an instagram post. That Thank SNL. Thank you to the most wonderful cast crew writers and producers. What a sublime bunch of people you are, Lorne. Thank you for believing in me. She goes on at the end to say I'm going back to my cave now to be the in parentheses. Single cat lady that I am. Oh, that's a nice way to address it, though.

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"adele" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

Mr Barton Maths Podcast

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"adele" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

"That for the majority of students, and they are pleased to be back into school, and actually the when you speak to them, that doesn't seem to be on the surface anything that's fundamentally changed about them or anything like that, and it goes back to what you were saying before. How very much of government message seems to be when we get us at ten? Let's just crack home as normal that we best for everybody and so, but I get the sense that that may not be true of all students. Particularly Students SEM has em hate students so i. Could use paint is a bit of a pitcher Adele won't what are some of the challenges that those students are going to have gone through over the three months, or so the schools have been closed, and and how might that play out and in September? To answer that question, we could go on forever because I'll see each individual pupils going to experience something different, but the general hasn't that. I've seen SEM people's. saw four of them, not all of them and they will have been cast as what the government has labeled for. Pupils came out I know that's a contentious and timid south, but let's go with now. So that means a lot of them will have had some kind of experience into during this time. so lots of Pres and special schools. When the government I get Nova Crossman government but apart from people's on the HCP's. I was like well about civil my. Talk. Magath. PUTS. Does mean. A lot of the will have had an experience of going in scope now. If we're mainstream setting and they've had expensive guy in school, they might have actually had the time of learning the system better. They've had a more adult. adults charge ratio. They've have more space within physically bites within the building. The environment's been comma. There's been fewer distractions so for some of these people's. They've actually had a kind of a more productive leading virus for them. Also that that I'm aware the timetable haven't been this tight with these So there's been most faithful and learning what they're interested in all and doing a topic that day are ready to learn about rather than well, it's it's now in that sense. That's not moving. It's Matt's now do but really WANNA. Finish writing my story. Now you caught. It's Mass Innis. So actually sometimes people's may have had a really freaked experience. I'm thinking about shoes you mentioned. Because now we're going to let say will happens as the government is coming, and we go back in September now. Those students will suddenly have all the students coming back. And they might find that quite hot. Particularly into attachment issues who. have difficulty with perhaps trusting relationship with an adult while. Believing that. They are stooping thought about when when the not they have the full attention of the adults, so suddenly that say getting being accustomed. Maybe two or three is only back to your search. That's going to be quite transitioned vice. People's so I think it's could be put for us to prepare them. That is going to be more like that, and to be kind of conscious of them as as we move forward with the as fully come back. Then you have the types of students who have not been at scored asshole..

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"adele" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

Mr Barton Maths Podcast

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"adele" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast

"Conversation. We discussed the following things I'm plenty more besides just. Why did adults from -sition from oppressing teacher? I'm what a trucks to the more challenging groups of students at Dell shares favourite failure what she learned from the experience, and then we begin our discussion of all things behavior Adele she has a great tip. The helping teachers to get a sense of the room at the start of a lesson how my teachers deal with a disruptive child who is hindering the learning of others, whilst at the same time, allowing for the route coils of the behavior. Is the debate between advocates of zero tolerance those at the other end of the behavior spectrum, really as wide as it may seem, and then something particularly time timely. How will behavior lightly have been affected by the pandemic? And how might this play out in classrooms? When students returned are mass, and finally Adele reflects on something important that she has changed her mind about now I found this conversation incredibly phone, practical and insightful I. Think the nuggets in here whether your own, your teaching, career or very experienced. Two things to mention just before we start I. I just want to give a massive shoutouts. My Patriot sponsors your monthly contributions help pay for the hosting of this podcast and also allow me to treat my wife and saw for the hours. I spent a lot to pay my office recording and putting these episodes together, and if you want to know what I've spent my money on this move. I bought Isaac lovely new car books. Books because he's a little bit obsessed with every car that goes past him on walks, and also at you'll hear this episode of also splashed out to improve the sound quality the interviews. There's no pressure whatsoever told but if he did want to support this podcast on my other work that I do for free, you can visit, patriots? Dot Com.

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"adele" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"adele" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Ask Adele for Adele Technologies advisor who can help you find the right tech I met Vera traffic on the fives Father once on Twitter w IBC traffic. Randy Alice, which TV meteorologist What's going on? Hey, Tony. Beautiful day again. Today outside. We had a high of 83 yesterday and a little warmer today. So, uh, rather comfortable out there. Son, China Hyper on 87 clear tonight Low temperature 66 tomorrow. Partly sunny, hot and becoming more human to the monkeys were back highs up around 90 thunderstorms likely tomorrow night. And it does look like a rather unsettled pattern. Now, as we had through Thursday, Friday in the weekend each day, a chance for those scattered mainly afternoon evening thunderstorms and boy is going to be hot and sticky right on through the weekend daytime highs in the lower nineties, the nighttime lows dropping down on Lee into the lower seventies. That right there is Randy Alice, of which TV Anything you 66 degrees in the American Standard Cooling Weather Center. The time right now is 806 I'm glad you guys investigating because it's now he said. He said on the story of Bach's Booker Tony Katz, 93 w IBC. Good Morning, So good to be with you. This was like Monroe..

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"adele" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"adele" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"What separates out of the mouths of babes my son said the most honest thing to me yesterday full watch you'll understand Adele ninety seven point one wash FM. they. they say if you want to know the truth.

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"adele" Discussed on On Heir - Royal News & Interviews

On Heir - Royal News & Interviews

04:58 min | 3 years ago

"adele" Discussed on On Heir - Royal News & Interviews

"Depp's rented somewhere. There's a cluster of villages in areas all call chipping Norton. But it's not it's like a little cheer in great chew and all the others at Abry, you know, the rest. Guys. I'm nice. It's it's an interesting area. There isn't much to do. I will say that Saif farmhouse Adele in fall lovely walking. They won't don't. Yes. Great places to work. Great hike said beautiful area the walking dogs. I think. Yes. I mean, that's one of the reasons that they picked that. We know that they went with more in the end because it is a great place not just for children. But also a great place to the dogs. I think everyone was so focused on the time. This is a lovely place to raise children. I'm like they already have two in the in the shape of teeth talks. All kind of children. So obviously had Christmas at Sandringham. We saw Harry and Meghan state Sandringham house Kate and William of ama- the Middleton family didn't stay with this year because they were in symbolics more lease. They were buckle brief, no. We're gonna talk about these pictures. I made I I'm sure you saw the pictures of Pippa and her husband James Matthews, James Middleton, lots of GM's going around confused, James Middleton, and his new French girlfriend Elise. Thank Nate and Carole Middleton spent Matthews and his wife vote Williams. There were a lot of brilliance advertising Aiden rock. Is that or you're gonna say? Tuppence-worth three. It was interesting that. Very very private hotel where I can't take pictures. If you're within the confines that the party Middleton. Murphy chose to leave the private confines of that hotel to go onto public beach. I'll just speak just generally in terms of celebrity in general. It does bother me when people expect Bill to turn on and turn off. I've seen this celebrities in the past where there are times where they once yet photographers coming and taking GE's and then on I'm not suggesting this is the case for the Middleton's at all. But and then in the other and then same breath. They don't want to the next week because it doesn't see them anymore. It's a it's a it's a dangerous game equally. There have been situations in the past the I know about where particular set of pictures that looks like it's being staged has been printed in one publication with approval given. And then when a privilege asked for if by other publications, it is said that that they are claimed that the picture Tate, totally taken aware, and they didn't realize his outrageous that privies bit faded. It's a it's a dangerous game. It's a dangerous game. So the Middleton's didn't go to Norfolk because they were booked breath, and there were some barks, and but we did see because normally we see the Middleton's Goto and Mer for the weekend before or after Kate's birthday, which is known for January. And so we saw Kate and William church law Sunday because they had a house party case birthday. Yeah. I think Laura it was a collection the collective noun, by the way, I made for collective go. Parents got parental whatever the collector now for go parents that was it for Kate's birthday house party. I mean, she does every it doesn't. She looks really fun. I mean, I'd love to be wall. Sadly, we can't be. There was Laura and James Meade. Now, Laura is Louise godmother James Meade is Charlotte's father. And there was a media, Jordan Patterson and her husband, David, Amelia's, kite scrape might from school, and she is George's. Got mother. So if free Cambridge childhood, what are they? Nice way to end the holidays are now back in London. Georgia's back at school in this first day back yesterday. Who's always the thing hates it about the Christmas. Holidays comes crashing and. Yeah. And then of course, Kate returns to work. She does she'll be at the king Henry's wall garden and is linked to. To see how the community project brings people together through gardening and growing food. And it'll be a number of activity said we built helping Bill bird boxes that is outdoor pizza oven or something like that making pizzas. It's kind of very much in theme with this outdoorsy kids..

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