17 Burst results for "Allan Sherman"
"allan sherman" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU
"Called he could be gotten Friday's game about a camp that's rotten the game wasn't that great is a game but because hello mother hello father was such a big hit it was one of the biggest selling games that Christmas it was extraordinary Sherman had touched a universal nerve about the lives of parents and children that is made the song an evergreen favorite Allan Sherman's album my son the knots in nineteen sixty three hit number one and it didn't happen again in the realm of comedic music until two thousand fourteen with weird al's album mandatory fun Allen Sherman showed me that it was possible it was possible to have a career as a parody artist certainly not likely but not impossible and I had a look back to Alan as inspiration to keep on going my father never thought did any of these songs would be lasting as he wrote down he always thought they everything was disposable six months later he'd have to write ten or twelve more for the next album it's a great honor to the library would think out of millions of recordings and they only pick twenty five things a year to preserve and that this would be one of them hello moto hello fight is just an extremely well written song it's a very funny song it's iconic and it certainly deserves its reputation stop in this regard Ellen Sherman singing hello moto hello Fatah one of the twenty five audio recording selected this year for the library of Congress's national recording registry telling that story we.
"allan sherman" Discussed on Hit Parade | Music History and Music Trivia
"Catch up with listeners. And enjoy some Trivia and I'm delighted to welcome this month's special guest in the opening paragraph of his new book Nathan Raven writes about eight years ago. I received a direct message on twitter from my childhood. Hero Weird Al Yankovic. That changed my life. Al wrote that of all the writers in the world he had chosen me to tell his story unquote that book. Twenty twelve's weird al. The book made ray-ban one of the world's foremost our experts and he's just released another book the Weird Accordion to Al. That's winning raves. From Al fans worldwide. Ray-ban is a former head writer of the AV club Co host of the Travolta Cage podcast and the author of six books including both of his books about Yankovic Nathan ray-ban. Welcome to the bridge. It is an honor to be here. Let's talk about your weird Al Fandom which I have to imagine goes back quite some time right. I mean it has been my observation and I'm speaking from my own personal experience that each generation seems to discover how in their own time maybe when they hit a certain age. So when was your moment with weird old definitely definitely Al has kind of lied about that how every critic's favourite weird Al Album. The best word album is whatever was released when they were twelve years old total. Yes so I'm proud to say that I got in a little bit young. I remember jeeze the first three albums that I ever got. My Dad bought for me and these are album albums records beautiful beautiful pieces of vinyl. Were Michael Jackson's thriller Huey Lewis and the News? Sports and weird out in three collectively. This set the bar so high that no other albums possibly needed and I mean that I I still think that three D is the best album that Al has ever done and then the very first concert that ever went to was weird L. Opening for the monkey is I went in there. I was primarily a monkey's fan but my God he blew the Monkey's off stage and that similarly said the bar so incredibly high that no other concerts by non weird Al artists I could could possibly match it and yeah sort of read about this in the book but I had a giving tree relationship with al where every stage of my life and my career. He was there so when I started writing the club in the late nineties. I got to meet him back. Stage very very very exciting experience in And then yeah. He asked me to write his book about twelve years later and it was actually writing another book at the time about fishing insane clown posse the head writer of the AV club. So I should not have written this book but I could not say no toward L. Yankovic. And then yeah. He was putting out a box. Set a squeeze box a fifteen disc career spanning box it in winning the grammy for best packaging and it was so expensive but if I read a book about this than I can write it off of my taxes and ended up being this amazing amazing adventure that took three years to finish but my God. I'm so unbelievably happy and proud. That he not only the direction for it. He also fact checked it and he copied it he was so he was so mortified by my grammar by all of my word crimes he offered his services. A cunning linguist helped me distinguish proper English. What a mench very very lucky so every stage in my life weird. Al Has been there for me. That's amazing there's so much in that I relate to not least the fact that his live show is is truly amazing. I'm embarrassed omid. I've seen it twice but only in the last decade and God I've I've rarely had so much fun as I have at those two shows so in the episode. I talk not only about weird al. That's kind of the second half of my most recent hip rate episode. But I talk about antecedents to Al. I cited not just as backstory for Al Berea to talk about the history of novelty music on the charts in general and among the people I point to our Spike Jones Allan Sherman Tom Lehrer and of course doctor Demento who was not a charting artist himself but helped break people. How did AL synthesize all of these novelty music pioneers? They kind of took what was best about each of them and he learned from their example but he also learned what not to do. For example. Allan Sherman is a fascinating fascinating. Figure huge and that he was huge. Like for a couple of years there. Hello Hello Fodder three number one albums back to back to back in nineteen sixty two and sixty three and then allen kind of lost it all during this. Dione easy access is just a very careless man very connected career with how he conducted his personal life. I can't dying very very early and I think Al can learn what he learned what not to do. He learned to be careful to be cautious to be very deliberate and meticulous. And how sort of has planned and executed his career. He learned so much doctor. Demento I mean you look at and he's a TV guy obviously that's a source of a lot of his Sort of biggest had his his most most popular songs. But he's also radio guy and he has an anr's mind and our sense of not only. What will be successful? But what will endure? You know if you look at l's career he's only really ever parodied a non hate. Once and that was people.
"allan sherman" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"And transit now here's Jeff Jensen if you're hoping for a a very quiet communities is when you can be lucky you you've you get a great morning for yourself no trouble in the Bronx corresponds brought there the T. in the park ways Robley on pretty well there's no troubles north of town either ninety five with that none of the construction of by two eighty seven they've taken a break from there for a while Hutch in America movie on pretty nicely no troubles on two eighty seven across the river to DO rotten county no problems at all looking good in the through a in house is parkway what we see on long island's big three is trouble free driving no road works or free clear in the ally E. the northern state and the southern state parkway and here's what you need to know about the bridges and tunnels things move well right now the link in the the Senate to close tonight no big deal the house okay in the George is doing just fine traffic and transit every ten minutes on the ones and breaking traffic alerts whenever they happen I'm Jeff Jensen on ten ten wins no the accu weather four day forecast one surprise Allan Sherman and minor personal injury attorneys meteorologist car above in ski with this live report on this Thursday were getting off to a cold start but certainly nothing brutal for early in January thirty four we're going to be around thirty one of John and many suburbs dipping the twenties not very much wind yesterday we had the brisk wind an afternoon temperatures since many cases struggle to get out of the thirties today with bright sunshine it should be milder highs will be mostly in the upper forties including forty nine in that town L. it tonight clouds rolling quickly of rain will over spread the tri state area spreading from southwest to northeast late tonight and tomorrow pockets of it could be heavy on Friday and this rain will continue on and off in the Saturday before finally shutting down will be mild both tomorrow and on Saturday with highs in the lower fifties then as we dry out Sunday can't rule out a snow shower flurry first thing in the morning and be blustery somewhat colder highs in the low forties still that not bad but this time of year and Monday also in the low forties right now thirty four and clear relative humidity fifty four percent the air calm clear thirty four were headed down to thirty one in detail on accu weather meteorologist Garbin ski on new York's weather station ten ten wins wins news time one thirty three today's horoscope brought to you by geico Capricorn's today is a perfect day for romance and fun filled activities with your partner and my fun filled activities we mean shopping for car insurance luckily.
"allan sherman" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"I tend to stay away from political humor of those probably just so well funniest music key um well. It has to depend on your vocal range because you have to figure out what key your voice is the funniest for any particular song and then just go with that. Do you have a favorite comedy bang character of my own or or what not of you're not of my own you've been on episodes gosh on the podcast or the TV show either one. I like the Scott Aquaman character you pray at the La. Ask Mary kill assuming they are alive since tired Allan Sherman a Stanford in Alfred Newman the magazine character wow mad the ad really gosh well. You know you don't have to have sex with him so Beatles they collaborate Kim's weird then he'd be like forcing yourself. I feel weird about killing standard Allen's like to kill Alfred Newman. I'm sorry Alfred Alfred and I guess collaborate with Stan and Mary Allen that is correct okay. I didn't know there was a right answer. It was and you got it right on the money. That's it for another good one foul weird Al on twitter Al Yankovic and on Instagram at Alfred Yankee good okay by me and my comment just directed our theme Song Writer Viewing Rate To Joan Apple podcasts five stars and hey if you'd know anyone who might like the podcast asked. Maybe tell them once a heck you email me. Comments questions are laughing around suggestions so good Kazaa. GMO DOT COM. I'm Dave Fox saying follow.
"allan sherman" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"I I have the video my husband actually, took it of me when I went out to the field to see him. He came running over to the Senate. And quite I hope he actually remembered me as either that the MRs pastures cookies. Triple, but I'll get myself that little editing. He did remember who I was do you think courses do remember? I do I do. I I think smart horses like him. I definitely think they can remember people young seat. It happen at old friends where a trainer goes out in the horse comes running right over exercise rider, silver charms exercise rider Christian Dickinson. She's a friend of mine when she was here for a sale, I took her out there in silver charm came running over to see her, and he he obviously recognized her. So I I think the horses. Do I think if especially if they're important horse because important horses are usually very intelligent. Yes. It's very neat to see those those kind of connection. What's your favorite, California chrome story that you like to tell? That's tough. I I don't know. I mean, he's got so many amazing stories. I mean every race. He ran in was just they were amazing. Obviously do by was a great experience. I I wasn't able to go over there. But I mean, I watched it, and that's that's an experience in itself to know that you know, horse that you work with everyday just when the Dubai World Cup. I mean, the Kentucky Derby at I was was huge. So for him to go on and do things like that. No that I had such a personal connection with them was great art, Allan Sherman are two of the nicest people that you're ever going to meet in thoroughbred racing. And I was I had the great fortunes. We were covering California chrome and doing all three broadcasts of the triple crown that year to spend a lot of time with both of them. What was it like being around them and working around them and the entire team is you made your way through California chrome career. They are great. People. I mean, their entire families wonderful, I met, you know, all their outside family isn't even involved at the track. And they're they've been family to me from day one. They've helped me along the way, and I couldn't say by thinking about any of them. They're all great. And especially their team at the barn that he's had the same sung forever. And that set goes to show you a lot about a person if their stuff stays around for as long as they have. So I definitely stay connected with them still and very happy to have them a part of my past career as well. Doomed or sky. And and you know, he never was a big media guy either. It was kind of it was kind of funny watching him, you know, have to deal with the media all the time because I know he would much rather be doing something else. But but he did it gracefully. He got to be pretty good. Very very wonderful. Eventually got to enjoy it banning the spotlight after years and years of of being northern California trainer and not really having the big horse and all that stuff. And I think he really got to enjoy it. But but the the first few interviews where we're like, oh, boy do I have to do this again. But he got you saying in the same questions over and over again. And how about would good how about when chrome was crowned horse of the year for the first time in two thousand fourteen. What you remember about that night? That was that was great too. I again, I didn't go to that to the award. But I mean, it'd they bring you to anything. You're here. You're grieving right, right. Did they bring you to anything or they make you home for all these big events. To be honest. I, but it was just as equal benefits because I was handed over the reins at the barn. You know? I I learned so much doing that. And I can't say that it hasn't helped me, you know, it's that was definitely my first big experience as far as come into races and satellites and horses and more like one on one talk with personal clients..
"allan sherman" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"Really appreciate it. That's when it really brings life. Gravitas. I mean, the Hollywood bowl with this full string orchestra for some kid from California as you are. I mean, that's gotta be. That's gotta be absolutely. Yeah. You know, and and we're not we're not traveling with an orchestra for this tour. So we're gonna use an a local orchestra in every city right now of all the things that I could bring up bring this went up. You did a video about a coach press conference in recent days, right, right? Which was absolutely brilliant. Where I it kind of was like a sports comedy, send up version of all the music that you've done in your career did how did you come up with this idea? I wish I could take credit for that. That was actually written for me. And they cast me in it. But it was a it was a lot of fun to do. I got to do my grizzled coach. Did you pull any video of any coaches at all? Or did you? Anyone in particular? After after anybody. I just did my basic grizzled. Angle. Fantastic. Good. It was as if you were like a hall of fame that actually came out there. This is absolutely genius in. I never really played many sports in high school or anything like that. Or did you ever attempt anything here? I wasn't really enter this'll be a big shock you on more of a nerd in high school. Okay. And I I'm pretty ignorant about sports in general. I might be traumatic because like P E was the chance for people to beat up on the nerd kid pick last in gym is already you're saying pretty much you certainly found you're right world. And you've been fantastic about it for so very very long. How did how did you come up with weird who called you weird out for the first time? I think that was freshman year in college. I don't know exactly what the context was. But somebody referred to me as weird, Al. And then I picked it as an air. Name went on to college radio station 'cause everybody has a wacky nicknames. Jerry on the radio, Al seemed appropriate and just kind of stopped. And then you just decided you're going to go with it from here. All the way to now. Yeah. I'm living with. Yes. Unbelievable. It really really re. So when did you get your first break, what was your first break? Well, I real brick probably was getting on the doctor demento show because I was just a teenager of the fourteen fifteen years old, and I sent him tapes in the mail this little cassette tapes of stuff recruited, literally in my bedroom with an accordion, right horrible songs and terribly recorded. But he thought that they were Corky enough or novel enough to to give airtime to so he played them on the radio and encourage me to send more. So the doctor demento show got started. That's amazing. And he's still he's not he's not on terrestrial radio anymore. But he still does a weekly show online on doctor. Who is your greatest musical influences. People that I heard on the dementia show people, you know, from the forties and fifties and sixties like spike Jones and Allan Sherman. Tom lehrer? Stan Freberg people like that out Sherm. Hello phone here and crank I used to have Allan Sherman records. Sure. Big old, huge vinyl records that either enormous right? I just I I always enjoyed listening to his music, and and and listening to all of his comedic takes on things too. So that's that's how you for a brief period of time. He was huge on Allan Sherman had two number one albums within like an eighteen. No three. I think I think three number one eighteen month period of time. I mean, he was unbelievably big run sixty sixty one sixty two so which MU Mitch musician. We'd all Anka faquir on the rich Eisen show, which musician that you sent up in song was the most appreciative. And which one was maybe the least. Well, I mean, I I wouldn't say that anybody who was not appreciate it because they get their permission ahead of time. It's not like it's a big surprise when I'm doing the parody got Michael Jackson's promote. Absolutely. Yeah. Actually do that. Well, you know, I didn't know Michael Jackson. But in contact them the way that you do I went through my manager. And he contacted a Michael Jackson manager publicist or as I don't know. How it worked? It got the Michael any signed off on it. And he actually had a great sense of humor about it. And there is in fact, a contract that Michael Jackson signed that that says that he is the co.
"allan sherman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Yeah, I'm living with it. Yes. Unbelievable. It really really. So when did you get your first break, what was your first break? Well, I real brick probably was getting on the doctor demento show 'cause I was just a teenager of the fourteen fifteen years old, and I sent him tapes in the mail just little cassette tapes of stuff recorded literally in my bedroom with an accordion, right horrible songs and terribly recorded. But he thought that they were quirky enough or novel enough to to give airtime to so he played him on the radio and encouraged me to send more. So the doctor demento show got started. That's amazing. And he's still he's not he's not on terrestrial radio anymore. But he still does a a weekly show online undocumented. I so who's your greatest musical influences. People that I heard on the demento show people, you know, from the forties and fifties and sixties like spike Jones and Allan Sherman. Tom lehrer? Stan Freberg people like that Sherman. Yeah. Hello phone. Yeah. I used to have Allan Sherman records. Sure. Big old, huge vinyl records that enormous. Right. I just I I always enjoy listening to his music, and and and listening to all of his comedic takes on things too. So that's that's how you begin with for a brief time. He was huge on Allan Sherman had two number one albums within like an eighteen. No, I I think three number one L eighteen month period of time. I mean, he was unbelievably big like around sixty sixty two so which Mitch musician out, we'd all an cure and the rich Eisen show, which musician that you sent up in song was the most appreciative in which one was maybe the least. Well, I mean, I I wouldn't say that anybody was not appreciative. Because I get permission ahead of time. It's not like a big surprise when I'm doing the parody. You got Michael Jackson's. You do that. Well, you know, I didn't know Michael Jackson. But in contact them the way that you do I went through my manager. And he contacted a Michael Jackson manager publicist or answer. I don't know how it works. But it got the Michael and he signed off on it. And he actually had a great sense of humor about it. And there is in fact, a contract that Michael Jackson signed that that says that he is the coal writer of eat it. He coasts. So did somebody have to play. Hey, Michael, sit down. There's a guy named we're now yankovic and he's come up with a song called eat it and somebody pressed play for him. And he sat there and listened to. I I didn't record it before. I probably I don't even know if I'd I'd probably written the lyrics at that point. Okay. But no, we we don't record unless we have permission little wise a lot of effort money wasted. Okay. And that's the way you actually got permission through my did you ever meet, Michael? I did a couple of times us great. I mean at one time I actually gave him a gold album because my album even worse, which was based on his how bad. When gold so I gave him a gold album for that. And he was very gracious another goal for the pile this over here. I mean, he's a coal rider. You'd at least you should be able to do is get them back. Collaborator. You know? Fantastic. And you got a so nobody's been unappreciative. Right. I mean, I mean, everybody's had a really great sense of humor about. Okay. That's great. And you got a star on the Hollywood walk of fame. Is it true that you request your star be near two of your most favorite music icon, ROY Clark, and Barry white is that a true story. Sure that I've said that and I. And I do like Ray Clark in berry white, but it was just kind of goofed because it just happened to be. That's actually, yes. Yes. That's not too bad. And I like to think that it was Qismat was synchronicity that it was meant to be. Did you ever do? Barry white song. Did you ever do? No. But you know, the day is. Got a huge store coming up for sure. We might as well play celebrity tour fall straight out with weird Al yankovic here on the rich Eisen show. Go for. True, even at re or..
"allan sherman" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Instead of the civil war. What you'd see is this in this black and white New York, so romantic these like taxi lights and the an skyline or something? And it just like it's still gives me the chills, and I think it was the channel five news that used the music from cool hand, Luke. That's actually, very good. That's from seven, but cool. Yes. Did they didn't think anything yet for the news? Then you watch cool hand, Luke, and it sort of ruins those mobs shore. Wait, why the plane then? Max Steiner that that towers theme that gone with the wind. Maybe not certainly not the cool hand. Luke, probably Jerry, King Kong thing. I'm guessing it was him. I might be misspeaking was the one who Bette Davis said in dark victory. You know, she said look at the end when she goes up because look either I'm going up that staircase or max is going that staircase. Like just the idea then she knew exactly what he would do as as she was going staircase. Speaking of kitty show host. We also had truck McCann here. Yeah. Man that I met tell me about that. Because that's interesting. Well, I you know, I sort of itemized him even as a little kid. I could appreciate the quality that sort of improvisational quality of every day coming up with this stuff. No. And putting these little white discs in your saying little or finance, and there's a theme song are a nanny never had a mammy was something little girl with hair. I remember Jake trae see he was the the law gig trays. He had a dog, John. Do what he say timed crime cousin never pay. There's a lyric shock was working hard. But that stuff out, but he I just I my my parents had a house on insult there and fire island when I was little and somewhat. There was a McCann family out there and on one magical summer weekend this yacht pulls up to our dock not a yacht type doc and not only is it a yacht. It's Chuck McCann's yet. So there was Chuck McCann. You know, it was it was a thrill Allen all the came to this little little town in nineteen in the midst of the mash thing, I heard interview great thought of that. And I just thought he he LAN he got off the ferry boat. And from the moment he got off the ferry boat till two days later when he got on the ferry boat. Everything he did. There was thirty five people saying Ellen old is gonna play tennis L all this. Four. Well, he's got a weird relationship with that kind of celebrity as you would because you know, we we mentioned on the show. He was his face was more recognizable students than a may Lincoln which disturbed him deeply the guy. Couldn't do anything. Yeah. He couldn't did you attend a recording of Chuck McCann was that. So this is Earl down this limit. Yeah. This could be this with this show. It's actually I think it's very interesting actually when when I was. We can talk about Allan Sherman because that's like a massive influence, but even so even as a little kid, I would hear on Sherman, and you know, sort of be fascinated by it..
"allan sherman" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Widen. Mercury. Nine. In the high of my prime. I think it's pretty beautiful. You know, he could say. No. We we sent him the song. Probably a month or two before we started shooting. Listen it said. You know, take a crack this Brennan sent it back and we thought oh beautiful. We knew that. We wanted the song sung in the sequence. But whether or not it was actually going to be Brandon who did it or you know, or we were going to replace it somehow if he wasn't a sick. He couldn't sing it. We didn't know, but it turned out. Now, he's saying it quite beautifully. That's the original. I don't know about the original. These are these are black folk songs are that ballad goes way back. That's an early version of that song about a man who is well, it's about a man whose lover gives them a venereal disease. And he does of it. The use of the word disordered is so interesting in it. What does she say? She disordered. My body told me before she disordered me. Yeah. That's I might have got pills Salzer pills. Avoid mercury right. I didn't realize it was about syphilis or some. Was trying to figure out what the white mercury pills were about. Like those pills. We take anymore. Other ways for treating syphilis. Yeah. So, you know, and you you book and the whole movie with an instrumental version of the streets of Laredo. So it is one of the classic death songs about the old west is that why you chose it. Because there is Steph in the movie. Yeah. It's a beautiful elegiac song about death in familiar to almost everyone. At least the melody is. But it was interesting to us too. You may have it make its appearance in the movie, at least when you hear the song with lyrics that people weren't familiar with. And there probably were more appropriate to the period. Okay. Stupid question. Did you ever hear the Allan Sherman parody version a streets of Laredo, of course in Miami? That's really horrible. Really? Big analysis. Yes. He was absolute giant. Do you? Remember the lyrics? Vaguely remember the streets, Miami, very, no, not really. The fountain blue he's the fountain blue hotel. He's fucking trip with his instead of his like a psychic or something that says like partners Sammy, it has the line and pay to the firm sixty dollars a day. I no no in charge to the firm sixty dollars because he's expensing the trip. Okay. Let's take a short break here. Then we'll talk some more. If you're just joining us. My guests are Joel and Ethan Coen, and they have a new movie that's a western anthology. It's a series of stories set in the old west. And it's called the ballad of BUSTER Scruggs, we're gonna take a short break, then we'll be right back. This is fresh air..
"allan sherman" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Gee, told me when she disordered me. Andrzej told me the time. I'm I have got salts hooves of widen. Mercury. But now, I'm cut down in the high of my prime. I think it's pretty beautiful. Did you know he could sing? No, we we sent him the song probably a month or two before we started shooting. Listen it said, you know, take a crack this in Brennan sent it back and we thought oh beautiful. We knew that. We wanted the song sung in the sequence. But whether or not it was actually going to be Brandon who did it or you know, or we were going to replace it somehow if he wasn't a sick ain't no couldn't sing it. We didn't know, but it turned out. Now, he's saying quite beautifully. That's the original. Well, I don't know about the original. These are, you know, these are black folk songs are that ballot goes way back. That's an early version of that song about a man who is. Well, it's about a man whose lover gives them venereal disease. And he does of it. The use of the word disordered. So interesting in it like, what does he say? She disordered. My body told me before she disordered me. Yeah. That's I might have got pills salts or pills of white mercury. Right. I didn't realize it was about syphilis or some. I was trying to figure out what the white mercury pills were about like, those are not pills. We take any more rushing otherwise treating civilised. Yeah. Yeah. So, you know, and you you book and the whole movie with an instrumental version of the streets of Laredo. So it is one of the classic death songs about the old west is that why you chose it. Because there is a death in the movie. Yeah. It's a, you know, beautiful elegiac song about death and familiar to almost everyone at least the melody is. But it was interesting to us to, you know, have it makes appearance in the movie at least when you hear the song with lyrics that people weren't familiar with. And that probably were more appropriate to the period. Okay. Stupid question. Did you ever hear the Allan Sherman parody version of streets of Laredo, of course, in called streets of Miami? That's really horrible. Really? We're really big on Ellen. Yes. He was absolute giant in. Do you? Remember the lyrics? I don't remember streets. Miami very not really stays at the fountain blue. He's the fountain blue hotel. He's sticking trip with his unsteady. His like a side kick or something and says like partners Sammy it has the line and pay to the firm sixty dollars a day. A no no charge to the firm sixty dollars because he's expensing the trip. So another story I want to talk about from your film takes place on a wagon train. And that's another trope of westerns. Why did you want to do a wagon train story? I think it really was sort of it at a certain point rummaging around in the western genre thinking, well, we haven't you know, and thinking about this sort of sub genres, well, we haven't done a wagon train movie or we haven't done a stagecoach movie that might be interesting. So we came up with that. I have to say that it might have been a good idea on paper. But when we discovered when we went out to shoot, this wagon train movie and most of it was shot over about a month and western Nebraska, we realized it was just an incredible pain. Well, sure because you have like nearly looks like mile of wagons with people walking alongside of them. And there's like there's horses and oxen. That's oh. And and the problem is that you have. You know, essentially sort of a half a mile long chain of wagons and the cameras in a certain position. And when you say action, the first wagon moves in ten minutes later, the last wagon can start moving, and you finally got everything going together. And then one oxen team will decide to cut sharply over to the right and ruined the shot. So you then have a choice, which is to reposition all the wagons. Beck where they were in relationship to the camera position, which will take an hour or so or move the camera back and repositioned the wagons. But in a nut as beautiful camera position for the shot. And this was you know, over and over and over..
"allan sherman" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"That's it. Indeed, oven fascinated by camp and horrified by the idea of camp ever since listening to Allan sherman's. Hello Mudehwe. Hello. Fatah in nineteen sixty three. I'm off the hook with my puck reference, I guess. Fuck is the most famous of those carrot, right? Yes. Yeah, I miss a real world. What was your favorite real world? Fun of remember. Many of them then camp Granada San Francisco was an infamous one. It was a Hawaii was Ruthie Rouge was Ray, Seattle is really good. There was a slap heard round the world in Seattle. He knows that they have a dull summer camps. Now, MacAulay Culkin is endorsing these summer camps. I thought this. I thought it would be super Billy's alley because it is everything that you would remember about a summer camp in the nineties, even a big blob that you can jump into that's on a lake, and it's got everything, but it's just for over thirties that reminds me of Jimmy Buffett's adult retirement villages. Have they've finished building that thing's been under construction Qasimi for about forty years. I hear it just opened this song. That's who he may be moving their, what's it called? I don't know. It's Margarita Ville. It's got to be more right. Garrido Ville themed retirement home. And that's where Greg Cote. He's going to retire too. Because as we found out earlier in the show certified parrot head..
"allan sherman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Here at the gas station Did you see what happened Disappeared Streaking around the Greek Nothing Too. Late Lead into Laxed After Allan Sherman it was Ray Stevens and then it was weird. Out those are the three biggies in my characterization of these guys that do these types of songs in the. Streak that was a classic heard that on full just a couple of weeks ago on the radio and Ray Stevens the. Street I'm Dave Syria with Saturday, morning and that means you ought to know every Saturday morning right here of course on talk, radio six eighty WCBS let's see who we. Have I'm confused on where we're supposed to. Go tell me what we're supposed to go. Here Mr. Tell you what happened I. Went crazy okay I think we have Dan. In Ellicott city good morning to you Mr.. Dan Good morning how are you I'm doing. Well good to talk. To you Hey. First time. Caller longtime listener? And I wish. You well in your retirement Well thank, you, sir, I. Appreciate that so much thanks for calling in Two, thousand. Four Honda odyssey three and. A half later car A thousand miles on it to transmit shifting really well, Casey Affleck regulate of course you can get to the filter but We start flashing ID as. You're, writing in started slipping out for the code oh seven forty, right I noticed l. is does act up if I just. Turned, off the, engine Turn it back, on it runs, fine especially if I put. In. Second gear rhymes fairly code oh seven thirty which is the gear shows okay Well I. Mean it could be a. Celluloid you have. What's called a valve body on that automatic transmission and, this problem could, be related to that area. So Are you still located because I I gave remove, the to selling always on the top and thirty. Engine Right Very clean And it's actually acting guys if it is a crush your, problem conservative maybe to lock up selling Lloyd internal to. The other the you're talking about where it's located in the. Valve body I believe that's on the side of, the transmission Okay Now I'll tell, you Jim, Jennings Jim Jennings is the place to talk. To. Okay and I know I know you're inelegant city in their, ethics but still there the people to talk to about. This they're much more knowledgeable about it than I have ever. Be so I would, say give them a call and ask them the same question and they should be able to help you, out but I believe a, possibility but what you've explained to. Me You may be lucky in a situation where it, could possibly be that the transmission itself may not have. To be replaced so give them a call at four ten. Six eight six.
"allan sherman" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Some nurses too Rows donate I gotta ask you ever Nassar now, he's saying so if you get, the kidney does that mean that the rejection medicine will eat away at the kidney that you've? Just, got, no no without, the medicine. You can't you, can't survive but he's not. Gonna go he was saying he took the, lung transplant then the medicine away it, his kidney and that's why he had to have. Another. Kidney, yeah yeah that's a. Different story rich is in Manila bean on. New Jersey one zero. One. Point, five. Hey, rich. Hey Steve how're? You doing. Good ballet you I'm doing? All, right yeah about November of two. Thousand thirteen my wife was getting rid going dialysis and I went in to get myself tested along with my friend and we both. Were? Matches right so we decided that my friend was going to be the donor in our is going to be. A secondary but when we went through all, the tests his kidneys were actually twisted an upside down at a place of the doctors didn't want to remove one of them for fear of damaging the. Other one so I. Wound up I, became The. Main donor Brian going on five years now? For why, you I mean your kidneys twisted Inada. Place as well I mean not. Mine was normal We figured that he would he, would? Be, the donor in this way I be able? To why, wouldn't be laid up to you it. Takes you, about five weeks right Recover. From it so you. Figured when my wife get into transplant? I'll be able to help her. Out But being that we both. Wound up going. For the. Same the process at the same, time so I don't need it to heart. She's? Doing, good that's great. And a year after I donate I was able, to do a tough mudder really yeah Yeah How 'bout you don't worry about it because I don't like because now you only got one kidney so you don't, like you, know take it easier. Anything I, mean that's a growing your to tough mudder. Is I, mean that's a growing. Race it. Was it was my last. One I actually did one right before I donated month, before but it was just something she let you do that she didn't, say what are you? Nuts No. No sure she, want me do? It She, thought, I. Was nuts to anyway but Now I had to prove to myself that I could still do. It you know what you did, in did you? Know did they have Allan Sherman? Playing Hello That day I couldn't hear anything man that's a great story rates thanks for, the call, to New Jersey one zero one.
"allan sherman" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"Ape has? Been in, theaters for a week, and this weekend. Trans hotel Transylvania three summer vacation including Jim gaffe again. Good. To see you sir, to, say thank you now I have here in. My, hand I this, is noble, ape is in theaters correct it's in it's it's in theaters it's, on demand, it's on items on. Amazon everywhere you rent or buy okay, and, in my hands yes vinyl is this vinyl like an, actual Lionel yes, this is, a you know vinyls are a big thing now are they are really into vinyls you know. Some people collect them I think in this age. Of digital yes owning something. That's you can. Physically hold and then you you know you you know the very Blankenship was the artists that did all this stuff and Yeah it's kind, of, this fun artistic thing very Van Gogh looking. Jimmy, Vanco when did, you only, see one ear actually only see one ear specific or that was, it was, just this strange idea. Some of it was my beard I? Felt, like the idea started kind of I have a joke, about looking like, a civil, war general that's out of shape and so this kind of shifted But it eventually turned into Bengo who did you have a vinyl comedy album from growing. Up what did you have on Martin and del Cosby and you know of course Carlin so yeah no I remember you. Know just lifting up the needle like the gentleness you had. To place it down and you know you're a clumsy eight-year-old you don't know what I'm sure I ruined most of them I'm definitely. Going to date myself and, I know for a fact Brockman. You're not going to know who the hell I'm talking about? I had Allan Sherman albums Allan Sherman Hello. Hello fodder here I am at. Camp Granada yeah I. Listened to Allan Sherman as a kid that's on, race on vinyl yeah. I mean some, of it is. Also I. Was, the biggest is six, so I have some you know my brothers and sisters had albums that I don't know I would have been aware. Of you know like yellow and in some of these musicians. That you know that was their heyday was the album and now you have five kids I have five kids you're not listening to. Squad on vinyl right now No there, are you, know it's it changes every five years that's why this. Special was released everywhere because how, specials in, comedy is consumed changes every couple of years I know that everyone assumes net flicks it's like I. I've been doing press and they're. Like it's on Netflix. Somebody now this one's actually everywhere button at flex But it'll? Change in three years you. Know, I'll be, back here, and you'll be like is it. On this platform because it'll change now I know your kids travel with you right yes how the hell. Do you do that how Jim gaffe again because they, range from what five five to fourteen, how the hell do. You, do that it's it's insane and insane You? Know. And there's plenty of moments where you? Know like they're now, with me now and when I, travel without my. Children in between those moments of guilt? Are just hours of happiness Joy and you've fauria but I usually construct tour dates where my family can come, with me over Christmas I did a. Bunch of shows Florida and, then, my my family came, down my wife's family also came, down because they didn't want us to. Have a good time but I totally understand. What. You're saying you know where there's guilt but and? Then you know for the first twenty four hours there's pure joy that I miss them then. There's guilt then the. Guilt sets, in yeah so what point does the guilt begin to dissipate and then. The pure unadulterated constant joy. From me. Kids generally the traveling flying across the country people complain about it. I'm like that is the best I get to sleep, regular to watch a movie it's like a vacation vacation it's amazing I just came off..
"allan sherman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"And now I have here my hand, I, this is noble ape is in theaters correct? It's in, it's it's in theaters, it's on demand. It's on itunes on Amazon everywhere you rent or buy. Okay. And in my hands, yes, vinyl is this vinyl like an actual line? Yes, this is, you know, finals are a big thing now are they are really into of vinyls you know, some people collect them. I think in this age of digital owning something that's you can physically hold and then you, you know you, you know, the berry Blankenship was the artists that did all this stuff and. Yeah, it's kind of this fun artistic thing. Very Van Gogh looking Jimmy Vanco when you only see one ear actually only see one ear is that specific or that was? It was just this strange idea. Some of it was my beard. I felt like the idea started kind of joke about looking like a civil war general that's out of shape. And so this kind of shifted, but at eventually turned into Van Gogh, who did you have vinyl comedy album from growing up? Who did you have on the youngest? Six kids. So we didn't have much of anything, but I would listen to Steve Martin Bill Cosby, and you know, of course Carlin. So yeah. No, I remember you know, just lifting up the needle like the gentleness you had to place it down and you know, you're clumsy eight-year-old. You don't know what I'm sure I ruined most of them. I'm definitely going to date myself and I know for fact, Brockman you're not. Gonna know who the hell I'm talking about. I had Allan Sherman albums. Hello? Hello fodder here. I am at camp Granada. Yeah, I listened to Allan Sherman as a kid that's on raise on vinyl. Yeah. I mean, some of it is also I was the youngest six. So I have some, you know, my brothers and sisters had albums that I don't have. I would have been aware of, you know, like Illo and in some of these musicians that you know that was their heyday was the album. And now you have five kids. I have five kids listening to squad on vinyl, right? No, no, there you know, it's it changes every five years. That's why this special was released everywhere, because how specials and comedy is consumed changes every couple years. I know that everyone assumes Netflix, it's like I have been doing press and they're like, it's on Netflix. When we know this one's actually everywhere button at flex. It'll change in three years. You know, I'll be back here and you'll be. Like is it on this platform because it'll change now, I know your kids travel with your right? Yes. How the hell do you do that? How you know Jim gaffe again, because they range from what five, five, fourteen forty. How the hell do you do that? It's it's insane and see, you know. And there's plenty of moments where you know they're not with me now. And when I travel without my children in between those moments of guilt are just hours of happiness, joy, and you fauria. But I usually construct tour dates where my family can come with me over Christmas. I did a bunch of shows in Florida, and then my my family came down and my wife's family also came down because they didn't want us to have a good time, but I totally understand what you're saying. You know where there's guilt. Yeah, but and then you know, for the first twenty four hours, there's pure joy that I missed them. Then there's guilt then the guilt sets in. Yeah. So what point does the guilt big. Into dissipate and then the pure unadulterated constant joy Santino from me kids like, you know, the traveling flying across the country. People complain about it. I'm like, that is the best I get to sleep. I get to watch a movie. It's like a -cation. This connection. It's amazing..
"allan sherman" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"And they don't they don't know it but but i borrowed a few pieces from some of my friends parents there's four midge yeah you're like what i can't say otherwise she's going to figure it out well well you you can't can't say say to say the name of the person know some of the obsession with with the kids looks like giant forehead and sort of some speech patterns i right yeah yeah i'm sure programme from one of my friends mothers and particularly i didn't i didn't grow up around chicago jews but i grew up in new jersey jews so you know how different michael's egan's from new jersey twenty two he plays joel there's a difference there's white differences in accent and culture but not much i mean there i can't i can't always put my finger on what it is it makes juice specific and annoying but but i say that as a jew to a non jew but but there is like you were able to sort of focus in on some of those idiots in christie's they're real but you know we also have really in writing amy grew up with a with a comedian dan wizard debt is it it's not allan sherman isn't don sherman i think don i hope you're right yeah he was he was a median he was a stand up she says he does a lot of he did a lot of cruise ships oh yeah during cruise of ship com yeah yeah oh so she's only recently came across although i haven't heard them yet some of his some of his standup great oh yeah yeah well amy's gotta have some of hurled mint standing i mean yeah right yeah so all right so you're grown up there how how how do you how where's your last name from bras brosnahan brosnahan wow yeah nobody ever gets it right really they say oh a whole lot of things i'll give you i'll give you a list for shannon hand come on brochure eoghan brocha harrison in sure.
"allan sherman" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I can't remember the exact first one but i'm gonna come close we had tons of albums and as you mentioned before seventy eight yeah in our home and we play music all the time i think the earliest one that i bought was actually the very first peter paul and mary album with one thousand nine hundred sixty two self titled peter paul and mary and i think i wore that one out i think another one of these early ones that i bought was allan sherman my son the nut which yes i love comedy albums my my brother had bought beyond the fringe he also was he was six years older than me so he did a lot of album buying and a lot of chas i got into dave brubeck back then with take five which you mentioned the comedy i hear that a lot and put my fatherinlaw posted on my facebook page and said that his was a was it a shelley berman and and hominy albums were big back then newhart was probably the biggest in the but you know anytime like bill cosby himself for richard pryor whoever i mean it was all about the album and i remember it wasn't one that i bought but i remember my dad had a couple of records that we we kids would play over and over again it was herb alpert and the tijuana brass and and smothers brothers volume two there was no volume one right well i have the original smothers brothers at the purple onion that was the very first ones live at the purple onion.