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"allan sherman" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"allan sherman" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Played. Yesterday by Bob Not sure. Who's joke. This was but when you played camp Granada reminded me of the joke. A kid writes from Camp. No, no man, no fun. Signed your son and the dad writes back Too bad. So sad. You're dead. Yeah. Thanks for playing Allan Sherman. I knew that song by heart listening to the album My parents had Yeah, that was from my son. The nut. The big album he had was my son, the folk singer and I forgot to mention this yesterday, but In in the Camp Granada Song. Let me get it here because I I made sure to have this handy to share with you so stand by. I'll I'll find it in a second here, but in that song he here it is. He sings about kid called Where is it here? Mm hmm. Um Just a second. It's coming. Leonard Skinner. He uses that name. This was in 1962. Leonard Skinner. Uh, he mentions kids names, and he uses that name for some reason. Well, you know what? That's one of the reasons the band was called Leonard Skinner, it Because apparently, um, they were fans. Those guys were fans of that track, and they remembered that name also. There was a Teacher that they had And there was let's see. Where is it? At the Robert E. Lee High school, Their P E teacher. Had a name similar to that. And, uh, this teacher is notorious for strictly enforcing the school's policy against boys having long hair. So they said, so they remembered That teacher. His name was Skinner. I guess. And so, with that, and the Allan Sherman reference they decided to name named the band Leonard Skinner. About that. And now you know the rest of the story, and I'm Casey Kasem, and that was by the way in Jacksonville, Florida, where that group got together. Now let's see what else we have here. Can hypnosis helped my teenage daughter with her social anxiety? Yeah, this came in because we had our friend Shaun Moselle on the hypnotist yesterday and whenever we have him on We get a lot of comments from people saying, Why do you have somebody like that on your show? And then people say have him on every day And here's a sample of what we got yesterday, Bob People should not be thinking about their bellies while driving. They have all they can do just to drive. Yeah, Sean did have an exercise breathing exercise for people driving to relax them involving Using your diaphragm, right? Bob. Did you notice that the hypnotist said, Listen to some classical music..

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"allan sherman" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"allan sherman" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Still funny. Allan Sherman and, uh You know what? There is a reference to Allan Sherman on a on an episode of The Simpsons. It was when weird Al Yankovic made a guest appearance, and he brought up the name Allan Sherman, who apparently was, uh, definitely somebody that who influenced weird Al over the years. Allan Sherman died very young. He was only 48 years old. And, uh, he managed pretty good career in a short amount of time. He was the producer of I've got a secret. The old quiz show. In fact, he developed that program and he went on to work for Steve Allen. As a matter of fact, as a kid. Remember being in Los Angeles going to a taping of the old Steve Allen show that that great Westinghouse indicated show he did. That was a big influence on David Letterman and Allan Sherman was a guest. On one of the shows, and he was just doing parody songs based on suggestions from the audience. They would They would take a lion from someone in the audience, and then Steve Allen and Allen Sherman would come up with an instant song and I actually Suggested. The song title. I think I said, Take me to your fern doctor or something referring to some for Steve Allen had used and they they did a song. Based on and somewhere on a A real I have I have that tape because in those days they would do the show. And then the Steve Allen show would air like on channel 72 weeks later, so I knew it was gonna be on I got my tape recorder out. Put the microphone in front of the TV speaker and recorded it have to play that for you one of these days. Uh, you said you know where it is? Yeah, Basically, it's in a pile of tapes are real too real. Yeah, exactly. Yeah, I'll get that out. One of these days, by the way, that camp Granada Song Hello, Mother. Hello. Farrah has now been translated into other languages worldwide hit in a couple of minutes. We'll get you into the Northwestern medicine newsroom for the complete Chicago report. First. Steve has today's market outlook. Nothing on the calendar today. In terms of economic reports, we do have the Amazon Prime day which is underway. And this week we have a busy week with the focus on homes. The existing home sales report comes out tomorrow. US. New Home sales will be out on Wednesday on Thursday, jobless claims and then on Friday personal income and spending for May. So a few things this week that could move the markets, including today, June the 21st Has it been a while since you flip that thermostat from heat to cool turn to the experts, said Griffith Energy Services before you do for an $88.

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"allan sherman" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"allan sherman" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Remember Allan Sherman? His first album, My Son, The Folk Singer, which came out in 1962 became the fastest selling record album up to that time. And we're gonna play his biggest hit single, which was released in August of 1963. It was based on the lyrics. Uh, he based the lyrics on letters of complaint. That Allan Sherman got from his son, Robert, who was attending Camp Champlain, a summer camp in Westport, New York Hello, Mara. Hello Fatah camp, Granada became a surprise novelty hit. It got up to number two on the Billboard charts for three weeks in the summer. Of 63. Allan Sherman was born right here in Chicago. We went to the University of Illinois. And they say here and mostly C grades, he contributed to a humor column. In the daily A lion at a college newspaper. He eventually was expelled. For breaking into the Sigma Delta sorority house with his girlfriend. At the time became became his wife, Delores, eventually And since this is the first official full day of summer, we thought we'd give you this. Mm hmm. Hello, Marta. Hello, Fatah. Here I am at Camp Granada campus. Very entertaining, and they say we'll have some fun and it stops raining. I went hiking with Joe Spivey. He developed poison ivy. You remember clamored Skinner. He got domain poisoning last night after dinner. All the counselors I hate the waiters, and the lake has Allocators and the head coach wants no sissies. So he reads to us from something called you This. He's now I don't want this should scare you. But my bunkmate has malaria. You remember Jeffrey Hardy. They're about to organize a searching party. Mhm. Take me home or modified to take me home. I hate grand harder. Don't leave me out in the forest where I might get eaten by a bear. Take me home. I promise I will not may big noise or mess the house with other boys. Oh, please don't make me stay. I've been here. They're one whole day. Dearest Fatah, darling. Martha. How's my precious? A little product. Let me come home. If you miss me, I would even let and for the hug and kiss me. Wait a minute, can stop hailing. Guys are swimming, Kaiser sailing playing baseball. Gee, that's better modified a kindly disregard this ladder up. Mm hmm. Still funny. Allan Sherman.

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"allan sherman" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"allan sherman" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Here I am. Can't Yeah. Allan Sherman. Absolutely. That's the one. Yeah, but is it but But Mary Anne, is that cheesy song? Or is it just a comic song? Well calling. Mother and father is a little cheesy, isn't it? He could be. Don't pick on our listeners. Michael, That's all we got. Thank you, Mary and keep with Ags Bay Area. How about Tom and Sarah's Soda Springs, New York and Saratoga Springs? If he could read the I'm sorry. Saratoga Springs, where the race is starting Thursday. By the way, beautiful track loves love, Saratoga. It's great. I live here. Well, part of the time because I'm going to become a Florida residents of Cuomo lose another one. But anyway, lend you might remember the day that Henry Aaron Rope. Babe Ruth's record. Okay, playing for a black man playing for the Atlanta Braves, April 4th, 1974. Yeah, I do remember. Help? Yeah, that's it. And if you look at the video, he's congratulated by American Indians as he crossed home plate and full regard. Well, that might have been their mascot wasn't chief knock a homer? Was the Braves mascot. I don't know. But the point is this. Did anybody think about race or or affect personal feelings or I'm offended. Listen, You can't rewrite history. Does that mean everybody in this country is going to change their name any every white man Black man from named Jefferson, Washington or, Well, whatever they're going to change their names. History will hear you, Tom. Let's let's try to thank Tom appreciate the call. We're trying to squeeze in one more. Let's let's try to get Steven Jersey City. What's up, Steve? Good morning and Michael have a bone to pick with your sidekick, Ben Kerman. Um, what do you got, Charlie? Here visiting for lunch. You were screaming Trump of the war minister, and now we will miss you or what you do. Then I could only pray that I think like a moron is written into your contract. I think it is. Yeah, I only state states Name's Dave. Steve. Steve. Steve. I'm cutting you off because let us my good friend and we were We work well together, but I don't want you know, Color's coming up here and Insult England. I'm not going to have it so good bye. I wonder how he got my contract. How did he get a copy of it had that workout and then I'll thank Steve Mean left. Their partners were friends and we get along, but I don't want any one of those kind of insults like that. So forget about the medal to my defense. All right, coming up next, Dr Oz is going to join us. Can schools really re open in the fall? We'll ask The Doc and coming up at 905 will be joined by Broadway star Melissa Errico. I start every day by getting over 10 servings of fruits and vegetables. I consume 31 whole ripened fruits and veggies all at once..

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"allan sherman" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"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.

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"allan sherman" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

06:45 min | 3 years ago

"allan sherman" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Take a caller to carry get that that angry white man cla- class, right? Let me let me ask you something. And maybe this is just way too logical and commonsense filled. But if I'm getting white privilege, which clearly I am. Yeah. Everything's been handed to me. The silver platter? Driveway. Got a free mansion. Had a couple of servants to nice nice. What if I'm getting the white privilege? I should be pretty happy. No, I'm I'm the top society rail street like crap the white the white man gets the white privilege. I mean, even the white women are getting as much white privilege because they're women. And of course, their victims. But it just hear me out if I am getting white privilege that why is it alleged that I'm angry? Oh, that's a good question. Not sure why it's what I do broadcasts. Everyday bring the question on provoking put him out there. We put them out in the third. See what people think so again, make up your mind either. I'm living the high life with my white privilege or angry white, man. Angry white man why? As I say sounding very angry. It's eight eight nine four one pags joepags dot com. It is Brian and California. Brian what's going on? Hi. After. I'd like to hear you history. So. And by the way road. Baby, abbie. Ovalles. Bobby the burglar. Yes, bad though, you have to say though, right? Go ahead. Well, no. Okay. So cold part of his criminal history. Yes. Yes. Yeah. That'd be a good one kind of history. Okay. Not not not bad. I mean, so you don't want to call it Mack. The knife. You're going to call it Bobby the burglar, it wouldn't fit to probably call it something different. But it's not a bad idea. Bryan. Thank you. Oh that bay DOE. He's a burglar. Gut in hit and run. Yeah. We can do something like that. Maybe civilities I've done I've done, Bobby. But done Bobby, Darin before I've done the other one beyond the forget what I did it. It was something about rand Paul or something. I forget what it was it's eight eight nine for one pags editing. Nine four one seven two four seven. So always responded. This Alex goes on my on my. I see. Goes on my Instagram. He's my picture from a weaker this a week old. Now this picture people still give me a hard time. Standing outside the gym. So how much can you bench to or two fifty? You know what I mean? No. And then of course, my response is well, no more like four zero five and just growing with you know, you weren't you actually thought that? But I mean, do I ninety maybe I shouldn't even. He was just joking. Hard time. That's all. Shut his face. What he can go that many shuts the face, I'm angry, white privilege man should be all in one angry, white privilege, man. All right. Of all this free crap. I get angry, and I'm white and I've got privilege. Okay. Maybe I should do the rest of the show as an angry, man. Give it a shot. Kevin getting a call from a guy. I'm gonna take him from -chusetts who's gonna tell me who that there was a different parody master. I don't think I've ever heard of this guy Lewis going on. Hi, hey, I enjoy listening to you. Thank you. Look, I know you like to make songs doyen of disarm makers. You've got to go back to the sixties. Okay. His name was Alan Sherman. Where was the because I don't think I know the name. That's I'm getting old now. That's what scares me was on all the shows. Frank Sinatra just write it down and sometime go down Sherman, and he had a had saw one hit song on the charts. Comey sixty two sixty three right around when the Beatles were coming out. It was called. Hello mata. Hello Fata that was Ellen Sherman. Who did that? I know that song. Okay. That was Allan Sherman Perry. That's just the funny song. Well, he may. Okay. I'm already a funny. He just you know, what I'm saying is a parodies where you take something that already exists, and then you sort of make fun of it and change it and make it satire. That. Hello. Hello. Follow was about being a camp. Right. Yes. Exactly. But he also he did so many records. He was on that. But yeah, he would take a famous melody, I guess you'd say, okay. Even the classics. Sure have been put Leary in input lyrics tool. I think anybody who wants a good laugh. I mean, it's family at tame. It was just it was just I think you would enjoy it. That's all I will look them up a good suggestion. Let me just say one thing about beta was a billionaire rice. No, I think a millionaire six million. I think his mother his wife is connected to billions somehow, I don't know the inner workings of it. But it's wife whatever, but I live in Quincy, Massachusetts, John Adams. So I know all the books on them. So one of the things he always said that when he was on. He was worried about too much affluence. Any thought that it would make if feminine men that's what he said he thought too much affluent would make a feminine men betas got that down. I think that's what I mean. I I appreciate you got gotta check. We gotta check it. Allan sherman. You know that song? Hello. Yeah. Scam. I forget with the words are, but I didn't know that that was Ellen. Sherman guy's name. But I'll look it up. Absolutely. Are. We don't have time to the white angry white man and that actually makes me angry. I thought I would get the privilege of hearing this story before the bottom of the hour. Now, I'm angry. Angry white, man. So we're going to have that story. We come back. They're actually teaching you class. And again one question for the professor if I'm getting the white privilege. What am I so mad about why am I so angry? Why am I always have? Why do I always have to be the guy who's angry? And what did they do? It's a bunch of non white guys who show up and say, yeah, I'm sick of their angry crap. When they're they're actually the ones who are angry about it would. I would think it I'm confused. Eight nine.

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"allan sherman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:45 min | 3 years ago

"allan sherman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Was awoken one morning. Who should I spy both my own? Dear comrade. And wrapped up in flannel. Slow hard is his. I boldly stepped up to. Kind ask him. Why are you rob? So. Bob is in. Disorder. Oh, by young woman, my own heart. Oh, gee tollway. When she this hoarded me. Jay, but told me that at the time. I'm I have got salts of wide. Mercury. In the high. Of my prime. That's pretty beautiful. Did you know he could say? No. We we sent him the song. Probably a month or two before we started shooting. Listen it said. So take a crack this Brennan sent it back and we thought oh beautiful. That's the original. Well, I don't know about the original. These are these are black folk songs 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 venereal disease. And he does it. The use of the word disordered 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 salts or pills of weight. 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 are not pills. We take anymore. Otherwise for treating syphilis. Yeah. So, you know, and you you book on the home 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 they're. Josh death in the movie. Yeah. It's a beautiful elegiac song about death and familiar to almost everyone. At least the melody is. But it was interesting to us too. Have it makes 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 of streets of Laredo, of course, called streets of Miami? That's really horrible. We're really big on. Yes. He was absolute giant. Do you? Remember the lyrics? I don't remember the streets Miami. Now, not really the fountain blue. He's the founder blue hotel. He's taking a trip with his instead of his like a side kick or something that says life partners Sammy it has the line and pay to the firm sixty dollars a day. I 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, in 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 in western Nebraska. We realized it was just an incredible pain. Well, sure because you have like nearly looks like a mile of wagons with people walking alongside of them. And there's like there's horses and oxen that's like oh. And the problem is that you have 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 back where they were in relationship to the camera position, which will take an hour or so or move the camera back in reposition the wagons. But in a nut as beautiful camera position for the shot. And this was you know, over and over and over. Well, I remember after we talked about your movie inside and Davis where there was a cat. Who is a co star of the film, you said you would never work with a cat again. And so now you've put yourself in the position with this film of working with like oxen and horses a dog. There's an. But it seems to me like you set yourself up for travel. Yes, we did have you forgotten. How hard it was just to work with a cat. The problem is when you're writing it. It's so easy to write sages go. Okay. Yeah. Wagon train? Yeah. There are twenty wagons. It's easy to write. How many Rattlers did you have working on this many? I don't even a very in. The Nebraska thing there were Wrangler is for every every team and every few horses. But they're great. But the animals are sadly, they're just animals they sometimes they play ball. And sometimes they don't what did the Wrangler. The action Wrangler great guy, but I. So I asked him if the accident could I don't know what it was come to a Mark and stop or something unique something that seemed kind of simple to me, and he rolled his eyes with a kind of silent idiot, look, and he said, you know. Driving accidents that is self evident as people think it is. I thought man. Why should that be different than anything else on a movie? Our oxen responsive. I mean, I've never worked with an ox. Exactly, there's a considerable or specific lag time. When you, you know, use the little prod or give it a little flick. It's an it's rump with you know, whatever they drive them with and when the accident actually decides to attend to your wishes, they got a hell of a neural network. There takes a while to travel filmmakers, Joel and Ethan Cohn. Speaking to Terry gross last year. More after a break. This is fresh air..

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"allan sherman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:10 min | 3 years ago

"allan sherman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Oh, by young woman, my own heart. Align G, but tollway when she disordered me. Jay told me at the time. I'm I have got salts of widen. Mercury. In the high of my crime. I think that's pretty beautiful. Did 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. That's the original. Well, I don't know about the original. These are these are black folk songs are that valid 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. What did she say? She disordered. My body told me before she disordered me. Yeah. That's I might have got pills Salzer pills of weight. Mercury. Right. I didn't realize it was about syphilis or. I was trying to figure out what the white mercury pills were about like, those are not pills. We take anymore. Other ways for treating syphilis. So and you you book on the home movie with an instrumental version of the streets of Laredo. So it is one of like the classic death songs about the old west is that why you chose it. Because there is in the movie. Yeah, it's a beautiful elegiac song about death and familiar to almost everyone at least the melody is. But it was interesting to us too. You know, have it makes 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 of streets? Laredo, of course in costumes have Miami. That's really horrible. Really, we're really big on Ellen. Yes. He was absolute giant. Do you? Remember the lyrics? Remember the streets. Miami, very, no, not really. The fountain blue he's the fountain blue hotel. He's taking a trip with his instead of like a side kick or something that says like partners Sammy, it has the line and pay to the firm sixty dollars a day. I no, no, no, I'm in 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 genres thinking, well, we haven't, you know, in 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 way can train movie and most of it was shot over by month in western Nebraska. We realized it was just an incredible pain. Well, sure because you have like nearly looks like a like a mile of wagons with people walking alongside of them. And there's like there's horses and oxen. 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 in 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 back where they were in relationship to the camera position, which will take an hour or so or move the camera back in reposition the wagons. But in a nut as beautiful camera position for the shot. And this was you know, over and over and over. Well, I remember after we talked about your movie inside and Davis where there was a cat. Who is a co star of the film, you said you would never work with a cat again. And so now you've put yourself in the position with this film of working with like oxen and horses a dog. There's an cats. But it seems to me like you set yourself up for travel. Yes. We did. Have you forgotten? How hard it was just to work with the cat. The problem is when you're writing it. It's so easy to write sages go. Okay. Yeah. Wagon train? Yeah. There are twenty wagons. It's easy to write. How many Rattlers did you have working on this many? I don't even a very in. The Nebraska thing there were Wrangler is for every every team and every few horses. But they're great. But the animals are sadly, they're just animals they sometimes they play ball. And sometimes they don't what a dachshund Wrangler. The action Wrangler great guy. So I asked him if the accident could I don't know what it was come to a Mark and stop or something unique something that seemed kind of simple to me, and he rolled his eyes with kind of silent idiot. Look, and he said. Driving accidents that is self evident as people think it is. I thought man. Why should that be different than anything else on a movie? Our oxygen responsive. I mean, I've never worked with an ox. Exactly, there's a considerable or. Lag time. Between when you use the little prod or give it a little flick. And it's and it's rump with whatever they drive them with him when the accident actually decides to attend to your wishes, they got a hell of a neural network. There takes a while to travel filmmakers, Joel and Ethan Coen speaking to Terry gross last year, more after a break this is fresh air..

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"allan sherman" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"allan sherman" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"I mean, he's doing so good. Yeah. Right. She gets sick the morning of the race. Our mom calls me. She goes Amy's throwing up, and she won't be able to ride that my God, you're kidding. I was all set to bet. So Steve was my assistant, and he was a friend of yours from Washington grew up together. Yeah. So. Steve comes to me. And he goes because I told them I said, I said Amy can't ride the day. So he must have called you or something. In the meantime to find out if your town or light enough to ride actually staying with? We gotta holding co. So he comes running up to me. I'm I'm watching hours work and. Might my friend Allan sherman's here from Washington. He's won some races. You know, up at long acres, and and you should put them on the horse today because he's got the bug and everything I said can you ride? He goes. Oh, yeah. He's great. Okay. So I put them on. Right. I had like fifteen. Jackie agents asked me about riding the horse. And I said, no, no, I've got a rider. Well, who's riding him said Ellen Sherman in the who? Yeah. The price doubled. So they didn't know who he was. And it was suited me fine. Because I was going to bet. So I was going to get get a good price. So Allen comes out, and my silks, the partnership didn't even have any silks. The hor he's wearing my silks. And you know, I said this horse is ready to ready to run. He's ready to win. So it's up to you. You know, and he just drew off by three one one pretty easy and I walked around with eight grand in my pocket. And you get out of that. Ten percent of the Persian. He probably was walking around though. Like you wanted to serve you that day. Yeah. That was the first choice. I really didn't southern California. And it wants no kid. Yeah. So he talks about watching the derby all the time. So that night, I went to one of the bars in in del mar. And I must have watched that race fifteen times they played the racist on a loop. So I had to wait for the whole car to finish before. I get to see you again. But I set right in front of the TV and just watched it and watched it and watch it with that eight grand throbbing in my. It was fantastic. It was a great day. It was it was so much fun in the fact that nobody knew who he was I loved even more. So yeah, that actually got me jump started in southern California riding, you know. And then after that I showed up at Charlie Whittingham's barn at four in the morning every day. And finally, he started put me on some workers and ended up riding some horses form and actually ended up winning about twenty races form. Wow. Yeah. I got to work Ferdinand judge Angelou. Chee goodbye halo Strodes creek in a lot of good horses for him. So he was no no stranger to good horses. When you got California chrome because he he'd done a lot of different things in his career. I mean Carrillo helped him that day, but that wasn't one of the better horses that he ever wrote. What was it like riding for him for Charlie? All it was amazing. You know, every time you you wrote a horse for you knew it was going to be ready to run. He wouldn't fail out in the paddock except keep them out of trouble, though, ES. Yeah. You know, if you cut them out of trouble in the horse wasn't good enough to win. So be it if the you got in trouble, and he should've won. Well, you heard about that too. I was looking up your statistics here echo bases. You were talking. We're you AB Sherman was that. Yeah. Okay. All right AB Sherman. So it's showing you with eighty career wins is that right spout right in the saddle. Yeah. That's pretty good. Yeah. Where's all the greatest stakes wins though, man the hamburgers got to him before? I wrote horses that went on to England..

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"allan sherman" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"allan sherman" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

"Horse racing radio network and happy to have you along for the next hour on Sirius to nineteen XM channel to a one. And everybody tuning in worldwide on our website, you're doing that at horse racing radio dot net. Mike PANA baron of the backstretch Jude fell pontiff of the pick for back together again for a brand new edition of trainer talk. And we're coming to you from our Jimmy Johns of Lexington broadcast studios and JT the show's been going on for quite some time. And it's always fun when we can have somebody in studio with us. And that's the case with our guest here tonight. Yeah, that's great. I was very happy to hear that our guest was coming in. First of all, we go back, a long ways or hair was much darker. But he's a great guy, and we had some fun together over the years, and and certainly happy that he's moved to Kentucky now. Yeah. Somebody who made his Mark on the west coast. And of course, you'll remember the name California chrome he'll be forever tied to that horse because his name is Allan Sherman. And he was part of that horse and that a magical run back in two thousand fourteen with his father art and alanon going out on his own. He is relocated to central Kentucky living in Lexington. And looking to begin that training career. Very quickly, actually. And it's nice to have him in studio with us today. Nice to see about thanks guys to pleasure to be here. I appreciate you. Having me on how often do you? Go back and watch California chrome racist. All the time. It doesn't get old. I tell you the the derby was whenever you need to pick me up. You just watch that race. And it changes your attitude a little bit. He was so such a fun horse to be around. And it was a pleasure. And I was blessed to be able to be a part of them in. Now, you get to be back here in central Kentucky. Standing stud over at tailor-made Dego spend a little time with them out there. Absolutely. I go see him as much as possible weather permitting. But yeah, he looks great. I was talking to Frank Taylor. The other day, and I mean his legs. Look, so good. It looks like he can go into training tomorrow. You look so good. Yeah. Yeah. I love your California chrome vest too. By the way. Thank you. It's got the red California the white chrome underneath it neat logo. Yeah. Yeah. He's fantastic course. And he's he's done a little travelling, which is cool been able to follow him on Twitter as as he makes his worldly ventures. Yeah. He's got one more year in Chile, and then he'll be back here for good. I think I'm not sure what the plans are after that. But he does have one more breeding season in Chile how much input do you in dad have now that he's retired in its stutter? Is that all left up to the farm? That's all left up to tailor made. They know obviously better than we do about all that. So. Lately who made the call the sentiment a tailor-made when retired while they had bought Steve Cobra now, and so they had about thirty percent of it. So that was the decision. Yeah. Than easy call. What's your favorite, California chrome moment? When in the Kentucky Derby. Yeah. Yeah. That was amazing and second would probably be the World Cup. Very proud. You know, the Americans won the race. And just it was a proud moment. Yeah. You know, one thing that I'll always remember about chrome when we went out to cover the Santa Anita derby..

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"allan sherman" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"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.

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"allan sherman" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"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..

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"allan sherman" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"allan sherman" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Because it also has the most amazing world class musicians playing this kind of Arabic tinged music, and you're you're watching them connect 'cause they do a lot of improv improving within songs. So I think it's a really unique experience and every time I see it. I'm sort of pleased. Good less. I that's nice to hear got a flashback because I mean, I didn't own that many comedy albums, but I've heard billions of them and with comedy albums and also music. I remember like you play a record. And you'd hold the Recco cover tactile Shula listening to the and you would like looking at the pictures and the words on it. I used to go to Lincoln center library because it wasn't there wasn't items. You know, I'd go to Lincoln center library from a pretty young age. Wjr. And you could take ten albums and stack them up sit down at a little kiosk with really greasy headphones because everyone used the same FM and listen to anything you want and a big part of that was that feeling of. That feeling of slipping it out flipping and then slipping it out of the dust cover holding it a certain way, you know, and that and then looking at the looking at this that you could read the type because it was big on the big album cover, and then sometimes gently reaching for the handle with the needle is and putting to hear this. Yeah. Yeah. And we were the in the eighteen hundreds now say those feeling yeah. That feeling of that like feather light little touch of the of the tone arm, and you have to just carefully and then that. When you put it down. Yeah. I'm old enough to remember when you go into a record store like record world, and they would they would let you hear the single before you bought it. I don't remember that in the sixties wasn't that long ago. Those little plastic swastikas could single. Who knew that's was. That's why we have so much right wing violence now because that was all that was a simple little talking about so many things like that on the show, you know, this show, and we're you know, we're drenched into stallion. He's talking about how you would you know, we're talking about the end of those the death of those record stores albums. But also that Gilbert what Gilbert talked about before we're top forty you could hear Allan Sherman and and Doris day. And you know, and the beach boys and era song from show or. Musical on the charts at the same time. People say education often, you'll get everyone get every composer guest this some critic or some personal say I went out. And I I I wasn't whistling any of the songs, you know, going out and think it was psycho man said, you know, what it's not that people. It's not that shows were so great in the old days that they left the show whistling the songs they they walked in whistling the songs because a lot of already on the hit parade or already on the radio. So it's almost like psyching yourself up for a rock concert by listening to the band's. That's that gives you a that gives you a lot of wind at your back. If you're a composer of musical if people are coming in, and they know two or three of the songs, it's alright. How do you sit down to tackle something like writing theme song for where in the world is Carmen sandiego, which is God damn catchy? Also stayed with me all these years. Well, that's like I've done a lot of jingles like in the past. And that is almost like a jingle. And part of it is just just. Trying to come up with something very quickly. You know, 'cause it's about like a little hook or something. Like that. In this case. I I wrote it with Sean Altman who was the founder of rock appello, which was they were the band on the show love them. And who I've known since we were sixteen like we went to high school together..

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"allan sherman" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

04:58 min | 3 years ago

"allan sherman" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Sure. But it rhymes with an it's to the tune of you know, green sleeves always doing elva. Funny thing because it's like, you know, there were always Jewish comics. God knows said like Marx brothers Benny burns Berle everybody. But the idea of someone just way you go that guy is a Jew like the others could have been anything. That's right. But it's like he came out, and it looked like some, you know, Jewish account owned it when Vicky cats, I really, yeah. Doing this doing it before he ever Mickey Katz was a clown. Yes. And Alan Sharon is a satirist. Although I Truman has one of my favorite singing voices like famously. He can't sing. It's great. But it's like a great. It's a great voice. But he he he he was doing something even Nichols. And may we're doing great funny stuff. And you knew if you're Jewish you know, that you know, that mother character is sort of but they weren't used. Zing or Jewish names. You know, he was just like. It was just as a maze. Ing American folk and British and European folk music, but we're now we're gonna take it, and we're gonna put Matsu balls in it. Yeah. And. Sheila. By zelda. She took body and ran Taylor took me years. Now, I'm listening to stuff at the age of ten I'm not even Jewish. So I don't get the the cultural reference. See that's the other thing. Belafonte the same who taught us who played that for us. Also, would we would all saying out of the fire sign book of folksongs, which was this kind of at the time kind of famous compendium of folk songs from around the world. So I know all these folk songs and some of them were the ones that Sherman took. So when I heard, you know, he was he was tramping through the warehouse where the drapes stored. Yes that was like. The best word play. I've ever heard great. So then again, there's a gold standard. He's a good writer too. Yeah. Because it's not easy to do that. I remember the songs on that album. No. It's not it's not easy. And and coming up with the idea of, you know. He aimed in any fired with his he he took careful aim with his trustee revolver that edited Edita I shot and he crumpled just like a piece Halbe. What you have to have firing to go there. I remember it little David SaaS kind. Please shut up. Please don't talk. Please talk me first. Then you talk. And that's that's not clever. Just perfect cadence of Jewish guy saying please shut up, you know, great. And the new said the cultural references to the time. I mean, Jackie Kennedy joke which just go over this Jackie Kennedy joke in my zone. How this no it's in downturn. As this one looks. It's it's address a that's it. See how this looks on me. Just like Jackie Kennedy and just your with the audience house. Go wild. Even like, and then you just expre- she ate, it's great comedies wrong with us that this is what you we were listening to when you were six, and I was. That's right in that time period was like they do the top five shown of the week. And they'd be like the Rolling Stones. And then they'd be Barbra Streisand. Fob Dylan and Frank Sinatra and in the in that would be Allan Sherman. Right. Sure. Sure. I think Ray Stevens doing doing a parody song or Umer song. I mean, I guess the first big Allan Sherman. Hit was Hello Mata Hella fodder. Yeah. Or maybe it was Sarah Jackman because there is there's a there's a story that that one they used to every now and then in the Kennedy in the in in Camelot, you know, you'd hear John Kennedy walking down the hall singing, Sarah Jackman now or something like that. How's your cousin Doris? She's with more feasible your Morris. He's nice to. If you have just to your listeners, just just go online, you got this thing, you got this computer now where you can just hear anything you want. Go to listen to Allan Sherman. It's it's the absolute some of the best stuff ever. And everyone agrees alley yankovic agrees talking about. Yeah. I mean, all of us who write funny songs. I mean, I write all kinds of songs, but funny songs are the hardest to right? That's that's one of the kings of it. And you do love play on words in your in your songwriting, which I which I appreciate thank you..

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"allan sherman" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"allan sherman" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"But there was a the record that you've talked about it a lot the first family was, you know, one of the first records that was a giant gold record comedy record of one meter of on meter. Yeah. So Earl Dowd was the was the sort of force behind that. He was one of the writers and producers of that, maybe the writer the main writer, and he wrote a lot of defense guy, very talented guy. Big just very fat and very tall and had a little goatee. And he was a friend of my parents. In the same place on the beach out on on the island. And I'm just remembering his town like he made so much money on that album. And he was one of those guys who just. Spent it that L. A juggernaut heard that Allan Sherman. He's one of those people who is not prepared for fame and any way. Well, that's tragic store. Yeah. Earl dad's story is is less tragic. But because he was already he was married happily. You know, but he bought weird things like a king ca ju which is like a Inca ju. Yeah. Creature from Austrailia like nocturnal creature that bit my father, Tom. But but the Earl dancer is simply that he did his his next album was called spirit. He Agnew is a riot. And I used to listen to that. And that was funny with Stanley Myron Handelman Shelley Mayer hand. Yes. And then the next album he did. Or maybe it was the spirits Agni. When my dad took me the recording session. So they do two sessions usually there's an audience it was in a big studio in New York City, and for me, it was a big moment. Because a it was really smart comedy. I was probably eight, you know, and I'm just and I was already like there were two things that were fascinating to me and one was comedy and the other was music. But in this case, it was this recording studio. So I got to see these people with microphones, and this amazing studio with a grand piano, and it it sticks in my mind. Very clearly as a major point of wanting to be in studios wanting to be around comedy wanna be around music. It was on that Allan Sherman like everything that he liked before. Now, he could get much like eating and drinking and screwing I mean. Yeah. Like, he probably I doubt he had a lot of luck. I mean, I think he was married and sort of in that sort of line of just straight life kind of. Yeah. And then boom, just massive. I think it was the fame even more than the fortune because he was already producing television shows and making money, but that fame all of a sudden that glow that false glow that you get and he couldn't deal with it. But he was still a brilliant brilliant. Man. You folks were playing those albums in the house. They had my son the folk singer, and I had a music teacher, and at the school that I was going to who actually played us my son, the mice. I think the first was my son the folks work. And it's it's it's it's a woman holding like a rubber chicken. And I remember hearing it and some of it. I could appreciate even when I was that young seven well, but there was some of it. I didn't understand what was going on. But the audience response on the album was so genuine so explosive. Yes, that it was exciting and you couldn't help but laugh and to me that's till this day that is the bar. That is the the gold standard for laughter when I'm writing for the theatre song or something. If if I hear that kind of genuine laughter rolling laughter. Explosive laughter. Then I feel like then I Pat myself on the back and feel good. That's about all. That makes interesting because he was hot enough that that that laughter. Probably wasn't use that that was that was legit. He was the well it was legit. And and it was it was also the laughter of a group of people mainly sort of educated Jews. That we're finally hearing jokes that just total same with Mel Brooks. Just for the first time hearing these jokes that you know. Where I joke about having a connection in dry goods shaker heights..

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"allan sherman" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"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..

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"allan sherman" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"allan sherman" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"It was there were no line. There was no character except the MC this second rate comedian, you know, master of ceremonies, and I had no scenes with anybody was five great songs, and I needed to find the man the. You know that bad that bad guy. So you took some of the low comics that particular that comic and say Louis, do I have this right, go boy. And I thought he was the cheapest shot of a MC that anybody could ever want not want to see. So this guy that you saw on the road from your nightclub days, you retain this and you decided to to infuse this character, right? Fascinating. So this this like third grade comic became immortal. He he never knew. Yeah. You never said his name publicly. I would I sure he's gone. Yes. He is now. Yeah. I just saw an interview with the you'll never told they never told anybody who was now. Interesting. And and here's here's an. Today's today. No. But he might have heirs relatives. Here's here's another song. I once heard on the radio that killed me that your father saying, so I'm pushing you again how much is that pickle in the window. The one that's untapped at the pale. Yeah. Right. How much is that Piccola window? Yes. I do hope that pickles for sale. I say to our listeners that people can pick him confined these on YouTube. We haven't both queued up. We have David Crockett which Jennifer did so well on the Conan show and pickle in the window queued up there on YouTube and well worth seeing and your father was kind of a head of his time. I mean, stand Friburg. Yes, sir. You know? There was no Allan Sherman. Nobody was doing parody followed him kind of a trailblazer in that John. Yeah. Certainly there was no weird. Al. But I, you know, I think they respected him as a as a as a as. Yes. As a runner, exactly. That's what I said for runner..

Allan Sherman YouTube MC John Louis David Crockett Friburg Conan Jennifer