13 Episode results for "American Society Of Composers"

#A275 (asbestos to Ascension Day)

The Dictionary

10:27 min | 1 year ago

#A275 (asbestos to Ascension Day)

"Hello words welcome to the dictionary. podcast hosted by Spencer. If you listen to the last episode you are aware that I am recording according this episode and the previous one and the next one for the second time because I think I recorded the last version Too loud and it sounded like crap so here we go with the I word. It is s best dose A. S. B. E. S. T. O. S.. This is a noun from sixteen. Oh seven any of several minerals as Chris Chris O.. Tile that readily separate into long flexible fibers that cause asbestosis asbestosis and have been implicated as causes of certain cancers and that have been used especially formerly as fireproof insulating materials. The etymology says this is from Middle English Alabama stone or Elbistan which is a mineral supposed to be inextinguishable. Singlish -able when set on fire and that is probably from the Middle French. s Abbas Stan which is from the Middleton US Best Stan which is an alternative turn it of of the Latin Asbestos which is from the Greek word which means unsleeping lime which is as best dose which means inextinguishable and that is from a plus SP spending Ni- which means to quench and that word is spelled S. b. e. n. n. y. and a I So yeah it's it's all about The word comes from it being able to Not Be Extinguished Sht Or I'm sorry not be not catch on fire. You know you get you paid attention. I don't have to explain it to you Yeah especially is bad stuff. I hope that nobody is still using it. But I'm sure somebody is still using it somewhere now. We have s best doses. A word that we learned in the previous definition this is a noun from nineteen twenty seven a new Koneohe sis due to US bestest particles that is marked by thickening and scarring of lung tissue. Sounds great now we have a prefix a S C EH OR A S C O. This just means ask US A. C. U. S. as in ESCO KARP. I have no idea what either one of those is is now we have ass gap all caps. ASCAP this is an abbreviation for the American Society of Composers Authors and publishers. Maybe I'll Be Able to join that someday. Now we have a scary assis basis ask a Rhesus A S C A R I A S I s the emphasis is on the Ri. Right in the middle. This is a noun from circa eighteen. Eighty eight infestation with or disease caused by Aska rids which thank thank you very much is our next word ask rid. This is a noun from the fourteenth century. Any of a family of NEMATODE worms. That includes the common roundworm parasitic in the human intestine. Sounds great lot of these things. Sound great don't they. The scientific name for the common roundworm Orm is asking US lumber Koi dis something like that the etymology says this is from the Latin. Prefix ASCA RID or askaris which means intestinal worm from the Greek azcarate or ask risk which is probably by back formation from ask arisen which means needs to jump or throb jump or throb okay. And that is an alternative of Scarce Zine which is from scariness gene which means to gamble G. A. M. B. O. L.. That is not the gamble like you you're playing poker or blackjack or something So yeah worms things that are jump gross stuff and here we have ask Ariss And the you plural is as scared as this is a noun from the fourteenth century and we just have these synonym ASCA rid which is that. Wonderful Wonderful Definition we just read and now we have ascend a S C E N D and. If I remember correctly we're we are going to have a bunch of words that Start with this prefix. But this is not a prefixed this is an actual word. It's a verb from the fourteenth century. Let's go start with the in transitive definitions one a to move. Upward as in the balloon ascended one B TWO SLOPE UPWARD TO A to rise from a lower level or degree as in ascend to power to be to go back in time or in order of genealogical succession now we have the transitive definitions. They are one to go or move up as in ascend. A staircase to to succeed to synonym is is occupied by as in ascend the throne and of course. I can't not think of game of thrones lot of people wanting to ascend the throne. Assemble is an adjective and it can be spelled at the end of the word. AB L. E. OR B. L. E. The etymology says this is from Latin hoskin dairy which is from odd plus S- Kandara which means to climb and there is more at the word scan. Now we have. Ascendance could be spelled D. A. N. C. E. OR D. E. N. C. E.. This is a noun from from Seventeen fifteen and we have these synonym ascendancy which is our next word is a noun from sixteen seventy seven and it means his governing or controlling influence. A synonym is domination. Now we have an excuse me my throat closed up for for a brief second. Their next is ascendant again. D. A. N. T. or D. E. N.. T. At the end. This is the first form this is a noun from the fourteenth century won the point of the ecliptic or degree of the Zodiac that rises above the eastern horizon at any moment ecliptic. That's like the word eclipse like when the moon goes in front of the sun number to a state or position of dominant power or importance number. Three a lineal or collateral relative in the ascending line let us look look at the etymology. We are going to skip it now. We have the second form of ascendant. This is an adjective from fifteen ninety. One one a the move upward synonym is rising one be directed upward as in an ascendant stem to a we have these synonym superior to be. We have the one a definition for the word dominant. Ascendant Lee is is an adverb. Now we have a center. This is a noun from circa eighteen. Sixty seven one. The part of a lower case case letter as the letter B. That rises above the main body of the letter also a letter that has such a part number to a device used for climbing rope that slides freely in one direction and grips the rope when pulled in the opposite direction. I've never done any climbing of any kind signed But this sounds like a good thing to have when you're doing that next. We have a sending. This is an adjective from from fifteen eighty one one a rising or increasing to higher levels values or degrees as in ascending powers of x one be mounting or sloping upward to rising upward usually from a more or less prostrate base or the point of attachment next we have ascension. This is a noun from the fourteenth century. The act or process of ascending next is essential A. S. C. E. N. S. I. O. N. A. L.. This is an adjective active from fifteen ninety. Four of or relating to ascension or a cent and the last word for this episode is Ascension Day Capital A. S. C. E. N. S. I. O. N. Capital D. A. Y. Two words it's a noun from the fourteenth eighteenth century the the the Thursday forty days after Easter observed in commemoration of Christ's ascension into heaven. If you have any probably basic level Basic Knowledge Level of religion Judaism Christianity. You probably probably already know what this is. I don't even have that level of knowledge so I didn't really know what it was but I have read twice so maybe the third time I'll remember it and I actually don't remember what I picked for the word of the episode do I. Let's see it might have just been a special dose. I think that's what we're picking I. If you haven't figured

US Abbas Stan Chris Chris O S. B. E. S. T. O. S Middle English Alabama Middleton US Elbistan ASCAP ESCO KARP G. A. M. B. O. L Ri D. E. N. C. E Aska Ariss American Society of Composers S. C. E. N. S. I. O. N. A. A. S. C. E. N. S. L. E. D. A. N. T.
Flint's Documentary Filmmaker, Jeff Gibbs & Planet of the Humans

Radio Free Flint

1:18:48 hr | 10 months ago

Flint's Documentary Filmmaker, Jeff Gibbs & Planet of the Humans

"He there Arthur Bush of interrupting our inner episode for just just a minute. Like to ask if you would to support us, please go to www dot radio free flint dot media. That's our new website that's www dot radio free flint. Dot Media. And support us. We'd like to continue this. Hope, you're enjoying it. We try to focus on the Flint Michigan community and greater. Flint. We've brought some great gas. Over the last several months, but we need to offset our expenses to keep our show going. So please help us out. Take care we'll be back in second. All right. This is Arthur Bush. You're listening to Radio Free Flint, and we have a great show today. For a change this, this guest here is going to be way better than almost all the other ones we've added with Kono Pressure, the couple of exceptions. Jeff Gibbs, welcome to radio. Free Flint. It's nice to see you again after such a long period of time. Nice to see you again. Yeah. I. Think I don't know when the last time but was but We go back to bowling for Columbine. That's for sure. We did we first met in? Always, forget the year two, thousand and one or two or. Training one. Yeah. And I remember the day we met. which might have been your first day working on that is I remember or it in there? And how? Well. We might as well tell that story that is kind of good story. Isn't it a? Gentle Gorse has been involved with many many. Movies over the last nearly twenty years as as. Up. Producer director of one sort or another. Let me let me read the list, Jeff Salsa the time, and you can add to it His most recent movie is planning to the humans, which is what I invited talk about. Fahrenheit, eleven nine and also Fahrenheit, nine eleven's those are two different movies. he did one with the dixie chicks said some involvement with shut up and sing. he did one Michael Moore and trump land. I worked on bowling for Columbine while we were just talking about any a film The loss picture show. I'm not sure what that one was all about. To brief interview somebody did with me ask. Any event nine met when when our friend mutual friend Mike Moore. was working on on filming the movie bowling for Columbine. And I, remember that November Day because we're going to have Mike. Come to my humming blind for some reasonably this crazy idea that he would go meet hunters in this movie about guns and. He couldn't get any insurance. For his film crew in sound crew. And the People in New Yorker Canada you're from then they thought it was too dangerous hunting camp. Without insurance. But Anyway Jeffrey. Nine had a lot of fun that. The day ended about four o'clock in the morning. And we were. Drinking not much no. Yeah. That the day started out for me I was I was a social worker at the time and had a job that really sucked and You know I've been through a lot and just to hang out of that job for personal reasons. So Y-, I had actually taken a sick day to go to a doctor's appointment and I got a text from Michael about eleven o'clock I, think it was instant message in those days. What are you doing not much you think you could beat us in Saint Helen and The reason, Hey, want to be involved as I grew up in Beecher Flint Beecher just outside of Flint and You know my description of Beecher's it's it was it's a place for people to poor to live in Flint but. you know he says, well, how fast can you get there I'm like you know a couple of hours whatever it's a hundred something miles away from a. Traverse, city to Saint Helen. And he was like. Well, see if you can get there it was snowing the first day of hunting season. So I got my in my car And start to drive. He's like okay See if you can find where the buck pole is okay and see if you can find where the schooling went to was and where the house he grew up in was and see if you can find these three people who knew him and see if you can find like four more other things I'm like okay. So you guys were in Flint doing some some thumbing you're in the van with the crew, and so I drove about how got to sign Helen and it's a turned out I went to grocery store I I don't know what I'm doing I just said anything anybody know anyone. Anyone know anything about Charlton Heston. So somebody said, go to the library. So went to the library. Talk to the librarian kind of mentioned Michael Moore coming and looked at me. Funny. But she said you know. Just Charlton Heston. That's interesting. He's never given any money to the library. Here, but we do have a Charlton Heston display. So she got out of township map, put everything on the map. and. Then you guys pulled up like fifteen minutes later. So I do the impossible thing of finding all these things handed them the map, and instead of me getting to jump in with the film crew Michael was like well, go over to with us. Coda to see where if you can find anything out about the to columbine shooters. The one eric was Eric Harrison lived there, right? I think. So Cleveland was one of I. Forget. He's always the other one. Yeah. So so Nobody will talk about You know Harris I mean I went into the newspaper they were like. The couple of the reporters like sure and then I came back a few minutes later in the editor was like get out of here. We don't want to talk to you So I went into this. Gas Station I saw kid working there that was He was looked about the right age I asked him if he knew aircar and he said well. kind of, but You Know I. Knew Him Sort of you know went to school on that time? So I said Okay Okay great will you. Hang around for Michael, Moore. So then. I was hanging around with him all day you guys showed up. I. Think we went to dinner I think I. Don't know if I've got any food or not because I had to make sure the kids get away. So at midnight when his relief came in I asked him I said Oh you're about the same age did you go to school then? With Eric as he said well. I didn't never met him but I got kicked out of school for. Bringing a gun I said well, that sounds great Why don't you come talk to Michael Moore too so they The. First Kid wound up being gun boy in the second bomb boy. And that night we both down to Davison. Yeah, we had. We had trouble might like my memory of this was you and I were sitting outside at twelve o'clock at night and we were getting tired. and Michael still wanted to go to. Lapierre something. Crazy. And then. And then we said we're going inside his bowling alley after we had win incited to see where it was all about it. Michael doesn't drink I said we're going to get a beer. In he's mad at us. As where in their drinking And in there, we started talking to these kids and their story was just unbelievable I thought. Those were the. Kids we interviewed the were the ones that worked at the gas station. Yeah. Will we bought that can't drink is what happens. So we kept him we kept him interested. And then I came outside and I said, Michael You gotta come inside here in this place unbelievable on these kids excited. Unbelievable. You gotta see this and he starts arguing with me about it and I said first of all Leeann hanging around on street corners when it's raining and cold in November. I just go inside and see what it is, and then we start arguing about who could best set a near him. that. Into I said, Michael There's lights in the background there slang machines like you know, lots of stuff that will look good on. TV. And then when we went inside, it was a really quite. A. My memory was it was on the Louis. Once he got started interviewing those kids I was pretty memorable. L. Wyatt was memorable. Well, the first first kid at the gas station wound up was the one that set off bombs in his backyard and was upset because he wasn't number one the on the bomb on the on the scariest and then the second kid. Relieved him with a BANDANNA was ceiling guns and selling them in. Detroit. In Detroit, in and the kid was making napalm his garage. The that didn't make movie, but the first kid was also making napalm but. So I went. Dave Michael I went to Drove to Davison. He dropped me off I dropped him off. his parents House I went to my parents house. And I faxed in my resignation to my job at like five in the morning and. Just never went back. Well, I didn't give up I didn't give up my day job. We kept rolling. was quite a memorable evening because it one of the things about. Our friend is he's relentless once he gets started and. I remember we have been to the Buck Pole and Saint Helen And I had convinced Michael Go to Saint Helen Because Charlton. Heston was raised there. and. There's a bunch of junk kids got on porch one night as he he had in leaks in Helen. And they burned his house down. So we're all interested in finding. Little Charlie is. Librarian used a column. And then Interviewed these kids at the poll. But we are so excited and it was such. Great such great footage. Was We didn't have releases. So then Kathleen wasn't too happy with us because we spent all this time in Saint Column. With film that we couldn't use. Anyway Jeffrey. Stuff, without releases we've we've there's many things on bowling the don't have releases and it's just so people know what you're up to. What we had just been you know we have been through this whole ordeal with Roger me which had. A few years before. And At that time. there were a bunch of litigation that ensued. And so. You know both Michael and night we both knew that releases were a good thing. Releases or a great thing and Michael's genius that knowing what he wants people present him all kinds of things and You know he he he always makes rate choice You know and I've never seen anybody I've never seen a single person outsmart or outguess him with his involvement or what he wants to film. You know it's I talk about how you. We'll talk more about him another another episode. Maybe. We'll even get him in on it but jeff of one of the things I learned during my involvement with bowling for Columbine. was. After all these hours spent with you I? Never realized you could you could play the piano. Can sort of play the piano. Yeah. I was stunned by that. Tell us about that. Well. It's interesting. You bring up because I've kind of dropped for one thing. I. Haven't had time to do much music and I've dropped talking about it because. You know right after bowling for Columbine and Fahrenheit, and I love enough I mentioned doing the music people would just assume that's all I did was Oh, here's Michael Moore's com composer, but I can't even play happy birthday on the piano I just kind of do solar panels piano improvisational Stuff kind of if people have heard George Winston a little bit like that. And and I you know to play around in the synthesizer and drum. So yeah, the. After you know working on bowling for Columbine a couple years helping to produce you know so many scenes that you see in the movie the music fell through. And suddenly I, got a call I'd never been to New York except for. A couple of brief visits and You know is Carl deal are one of our producers and basically he said I, you gotta come to New York right now our music fell through. And Michael Want you to come see what you can do I'm like, okay I've got one. Little keyboard that I could afford and he says the by the way you have five days of. But don't worry just see what you can do. So I got there and it was the same thing you know when I met you and the people in the van I had never i. didn't know what a DP was never met a film crew before in New York I had no idea what pro tools was or You know recording engineer I'd never met in my life. So they gave me an engineer and a little recording setup and it was. it was so crazy that I never even had a room to work and they had a portable setup from an so everyday I would show up and wherever there would be an empty room we would need move the keyboard around so. Wind up being I think you know ten or fifteen tracks that are in the film with the music and And the most emotional stuff of course I was really happy Happy is the right word to do as a some of the flint scenes some scenes at your end that you were part of and I think that's the most emotionally at least for me powerful. Part of the FELLAS when we're talking about Kaelin and Beecher and You know what happened in in those days so but it was. A lot of pressure. but later, I tried to fix and improve some of what I did in those five days and It wasn't. There's something about the rawness being right in the moment I think both for filming but for music that really. Helps. So then I didn't screw up only for columbine too bad. So they invited me back to. Fahrenheit nine eleven I was the co producer and the composer. So about a year into production, suddenly I've got a room now full of equipment musical equipment but I'm running back and forth between the other room and the production meetings and you know the composer. Sweet. So you worked on you you did essentially a good part if not all of bowling for Columbine Soundtrack. And then Fahrenheit nine eleven, which was a film that might did about. George Bush. And I think that's all the time was the most watched Film of All Time Wasn't it? It's it's it's still is I mean Yeah the It was only two years after bowling for Columbine too and bowling. For Columbine. Broke the box office record I think was spy four or five times. The Michael Said with Roger and me and then Fahrenheit nine eleven smashed by another four five times. So it's still the largest grossing documentary of all time by a pretty good margin. Especially, if you consider all total sales DVD global theaters, it's like it's around half a billion worth of Yeah there's. A lot of people watched all these movies. I've got mail from around the world. and. Still occasionally do You also did a some composing for a movie called the edge of the world I'm not sure that was your own production, right? That was not my own production is that the Athey of the world is at the property? The edge of the world It's a film that I worked on producing work with the editor to get the get cut right and and the composing too and Then it was filmed that Then the producers made some changes at the last minute and kind of turned down a couple of festivals and. by that time, the TV series came out. So then it Kinda buried, it's a film about a sea shepherd and the and the resistance to whaling that activists do and actually physically get in the way of these Japanese whaling ships so Proud to work on both the kind of died in a vacuum films. And then in two thousand five, you want an ass cap award, which is the American Society for composers and publishers I think. That was for the music in Fahrenheit, nine eleven and I think the context was. That What people forget about Fahrenheit is that at the time of the Oscar nominations and awards but? The box office fair Nila Ver-. Fahrenheit nine eleven was greater than all the the best pitcher nominees put together. With, the nominations were announced. So quite the phenomena and I think that's what was the impetus for the music award. And an an all you worked on. I? Don't feel capitalism a love story another Michael? Moore. Film One call Darlene. The Peter Dirt is story I contributed some music and a little bit of advice to young for that. Well. It's quite an accomplishment for a kid from Flint and. You where did you go to high school? I went I grew up in Beecher moved around a lot in some ways we were homeless we live with my grandparents and uh borrowed and borrowed homes, and so mostly in Beecher a couple times in Flint. And then the last year of school You know I went to Davidson Things were getting a little bit rough and younger sisters and my parents went to move right down. So we moved to Davison I guess we escaped to Davidson, which I kind of felt guilty about because I was kind of a moderating forest I was I was student council president and. Class. President and didn't react to to allow the tensions and I can't. I'm not saying I would've stopped it but Last the next year there was a whole lot of trouble and I think people. You know even students like me and families bailing. And looking out for ourselves I guess it was the right choice for my. Family, but it was a You know it's I'm even now I feel escaped up north you know I mean I'm I'm lucky in it's You know we all have some responsibility for abandoning You know the places that we grew up but I think it's you know you maybe you were saving this question but one of the things allows me to do this work is that I am from. the wrong side of the tracks. You know I mean Flint's always been a very unique. Place in that. It has a powerful sense of community. No matter what whether you're from a wealthy plant or poor part of there's a powerful sense of community and we had that in beach to and I really experienced that as kind of a survival mechanism where. Neighbors and people would look out for each other and knew each other teachers I could walk a block to school. But You know. Also the roughness and even when I was a kid seeing these, you remember seeing these near the the turn said auto plant these like open pits of like they look like something where a science fiction movie that if you fell in your hand but melt off, you know there were oil tanks around us. I remember hearing the trains constantly clanking were even back in the sixties to watch where you walk. So you didn't get into a knife fight we don't many guns on. So. And just experiencing. How the Even when it was working the industrial complex, they're kind of war people down mentally you know really affected their minds and an obviously it affected the environment you know the rivers and the landscape so. In some ways, the way I attribute my Part Michael's films, and with my own work is that I grew up in in a preview of the end of the world in a sense. and. I was never given that you were going to even survive you know where we grow up. And so I think having that perspective. That's that this is what we have around us. All the Nice things are not a given and that doesn't always hold together I. Think Informs My. Experience as a filmmaker as a thinker as a human being. In a way that that unless you've maybe lived in a war zone or something. You just haven't experienced that I went down to New Orleans. After Fahrenheit and While we were. I was thinking about what to do next and thinking about climate change and environmental collapsing. You don't WanNA visited the Gulf Gulf coast and it was just shattered a New Orleans which just shattered and abandoned stray dogs running around I thought. Oh, my God. This is like flint in a day I. Mean it's like we went through. You know what New Orleans went through accepted happened by Deindustrialization, almost. Yeah. So the first. You know every time you made a change to a film. You've gotTa Watch it all through. I. Just spent the morning that's spent the morning doing watch our film. There's little tweak we're making. For. A for for different release, we're going to be doing. And the first thirty or forty times. I watch bowling for Columbine I was choked up crying I don't know if you had that experience but. This is all very real to me. It's not just a job. It's really real and did you have that experience to after the movie came out that? Thank you. I had that experience during the episode. You were in the you're living through. This story that's at the heart of the phone with Kayla Rolland and the. Boy. That was a tough tough kind of me personally as well as As our community what my mother was very ill and she passed away. And If it was just a crazy time of my life I was sick and. I got pneumonia someplace along the line in this and ended up in the hospital. and. Then was just overrun with the. With the responsibilities, my office, and the responsibilities to try and make sense of what had happened at that school. In beecher. But I understand what you're saying exactly Jeb you worked on How many of Michael's movies? A more than a handful. which have won all sorts of awards. Despite every award, somebody could win and documentary filmmaking you've been you've had your fingerprints on it or your hand in it in some way or another How does that? How does that? Association with your lifelong friend Michael. How does that play into the creative side of what what you've done? I mean, obviously you to have some chemistry. That's I think I had a unique perspective because having no training or career in this I came in with fresh eyes. So I made I sort of made mental notes or stuck in my mind anyway of everything he was doing. And what he would say like once example was going into One of the bowling for Columbine interviews that I had Because balling Set Up I was telling excitedly telling him all about this. This interview we were GonNa do and what they had to say and he said, you, know. Be careful not to talk at all out with these people before I get there because the first time somebody expresses something. Is really the genuine moment and so you know it's like Oh a light bulb like I talk it out with them. They've kind of expressed some of that energy. And some of what we're doing when we do interviews is the gift even if it doesn't make the movie. Very few people ever get listen to solidly in clearly. So that's one of the ways I look at what we're doing is a gift of listening enlisting well. but just little things about how you approach Know, the interviews. I always do a lot of this. I fill myself or I learned to have the camera like. Like bright here. Even there's a camera person that's like right here in Mike Deja Vu from Detroit you know another michigander that worked on these films he was like he kept bumping into me when we were doing interviews when Michael wasn't there and was like. Oh so he was just like. I learned so many little tips and tricks Things that people wouldn't know like about James. Nichols. It's in bowling for Columbine right I don't. I don't know if you were there then. I told my go-to that went to. Other places. That was a good choice because. You're sitting. There was, of course, the cellphones didn't work. You know it's a- At that time rural area but. That was a four hour interview and. The context is. James Nichols is like our cousins. And we may despise what they've done. You know some of you know love what they've done you. But these are people we know, and so that was a four or conversation. The same with the militia they got safe or you move on with Nichols explain who he is. He's the brother of the Oklahoma City bomber and and appears to be been involved. You know he was He was like, Saint Oh. I've had fertilizer and gun power. You know bomb-making stuff it's just normal farm stuff. And he's got like I got a gun here here and there and So. but it's it's that sense of it's a four hour conversation it's going with. You know. Even, Charlton Heston the common bond of heavy loved Charlton Heston as a kid that underlies so much. What you're seeing are films So I think it's just not level of understanding and my background is associated order. kind of fed into that kind of empathy. If you will even towards people. We disagree with and I always going to everything saying even if I think I'm right. when researching something I've got. To. I've got to make double sure about and look at the possibility I could be wrong. Right and and you're combination of your people skills and your intuition that spent such a remarkable asset for you. As I watched your work over the year so Excellent. So you've made a you've made the. U. And Ozzy Zander and Mike will got involved. In this movie you as I understand it, your movie humans was started a long time ago sat right. Yeah the Basically, my my quest for what the Hell is going on on this planet and why are we just you know going on like everything is normal I think I experienced that when I was a kid Growing up, in flat like. This something doesn't seem right about this culture does industrial civilization and but my solid quest for it began you know. You'd one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, two, thousand where I notice the trees died I know so many things going wrong. So really been a solid with the exception making these other films quest for. what kind of mess we humans are and how we might get out or not for the last twenty years pretty solidly, and then the movie that you see. Planet. The humans. Now, most of it was filmed post two, thousand nine. And it would be perhaps crackly described as Eko documentary which which explores the survivability in the plan. And also looks at what some solutions that have been suggested or Cutting down greenhouse gases and the USA fossil fuels and even explored some of the assumptions that we've used to save the plan is that fair? Does right. It's a movie about asking started out asking questions about you know How bad are things and quickly shifted to? Well, people seem to know that things are bad. So why are we not making any progress and then then I began cover the all the the solutions that we were. thought we're going to save us. You know don't work as advertised, and really it's a movie about even if all those things did work, it's not about having more solar panels. About the fact that we humans and this civilization are way beyond sustainability. So even if we could use solar panels to solve climate change. And wind turbines. We're facing so many. Multiple threats. and. We're also going to run into resource depletion. You know. So there's a lot of things that are just mentioned in the film, but I'm hoping to get into future works but yes, my discovery that things are worse than we think and all the green solutions we've been promised are not going to save us. One. Of the things you know that I learned because I, I work with Mike for Quite a few years myself. And various capacities. One of the things that I learned about documentary filmmaking was the best documentaries for those that that look for answers. And they have the solution before they get to the answer. And This movie is I watched it. I thought wow, that's back. Movie has the right premise what what is the what? What is the solution? What is the answer? So you're out there with with honest inquisitive. Questions. and. And that sort of sets and then people can get into that search. With you. So you're taking them essentially on a journey And I guess you're doing some storytelling along the way I suppose. Yeah. That's the nature of. Star telling you if you want to make a documentary that appears on PBS. That's fine. Then you make it about something right but of movie that will show in theaters or in this case, be experienced as a movie on the Internet since theaters were closed. You got to you it's gotTa be a quest or question and and I think that's true of all. Michael's films us. You know you don't quite know where it's going to go next and most documentaries you very to predictably nowhere where it's GonNa on that. So I tried to to recreate in this film. My journey of of uncovering. You know solar and wind gusts. Sometimes. Arriving at this place now like Oh, I know this stuff doesn't work. Forget that you know when I was a kid. I, didn't put this in the movie, but I actually built a solar collector for the science fair in high school When I the log cabin in the woods I got it all wired up for solar panels. But at the time they were too expensive and I couldn't afford them You know. So I've been wanting this to happen forever I always used to read science fiction and I would always pay attention to. You Know How's this going to be powered? Are they actually GonNa do this you know and usually the Answer was just a make believe thing So your. Your question your movie essentially was to to look at what what. What our current circumstance was and then and then see what people had proposed to To to address it. And some of those things are what we call. Clean Energy. renewable energy all these kind of buzzwords that you. You began to look at seriously and that actually asked questions about. Is that fair enough? Yeah. That's right and That's how I met. Ozzy because halfway through, you know actually had some cuts of the film He wrote this book called Green. Allusions. So I found another liberal environmentalists who was asking the same questions because I didn't WANNA get involved with conservatives who are questioning it because they don't even believe in climate change they don't believe that we're running out could ever run out of resources. they don't believe that the extinctions a big problem. So I didn't WANNA. Get involved with that at all so. Yeah I just basically. Ran Through everything ever made on Michael's films, which wasn't that much. But it just gave me a little bit of a base a bailed on your came back to northern Michigan. actually. Just rented a back room for my sister for while and put everything I had into making this. Film Because I. You know and it's such a difficult thing to talk about in some ways because. You know it's strange some notes this morning other than the Democrats last night at the Democratic convention had a thing on climate change and the solution is. Green Energy. Green Energy Green Energy. What's Their Green Energy like you might be able to hear the wind because I'm sitting outside in this pamper sation. That's green energy. The wind you know could be brian my clothes right now or sailing ship the sun is warming the house or providing light. That's green energy but. These machines these giant pieces of technology are labeled green, energy early green. It's just it's amazing how I ever fell forward or we ever fell for it. And it's amazing that the proposal to save the planet is to plaster. Hundreds of thousands of square miles of the earth with giant machines made by industrial civilization it's like. That's just going to rouse off the table faster but. That's why I stopped going to parties made a movie because that's a hard thing to bring up at parties when everybody's cheering for this. You know the savior that we're going to have one of the things you looked into an which I have long long been not not a big fan of in that's biomass. How. Did you know about it because most people have been? Movie You know if you look back at ethanol in how ethanol got started and the whole notion that we would go pay farmers to give us their corn. which is supposed to be food for animals and people, and that we're going to somehow make that gasoline. At never appealed to me as a solid idea. And that I started getting wind that with all these big agribusinesses. Agra farmers are business farmers. That was really more about them than it was about me in my car much I paid for gas. And when I watched this movie You started talking about this subject and. I think you came to the same conclusion I did during the movie. I don't know if that's. Green my own feelings into it but I think that's what you're trying to say is that The, just the form of the discovery was more important to those making money off it than it was for those that was supposed to help. You know I want to bring that biomass aspect to Flint and Detroit from it but. Before I forget I wanNA mention because I said you know some harsh things about you know it is in many ways. Our experience there my experience was like the end of the world living out of Dirt Street being you know semi homeless, you know and You know not having enough to eat quite often and seeing the effects of industrialization but I just WanNa say to the the people that live in flint and have always been from there. There's always something beautiful about people from Flint and there's been many amazing talents come out of the the both the harsh conditions in the sense of community when we were filming bowling for Columbine. some of my teachers were still they're still there Mardi crane the award winning track coach who could have went to Michigan state made hundreds of thousands of dollars he stayed with those kids still he retired. Now brings me to tears the dedication and the amazing talent that's out plant. So we're kind of like Liverpool or some other rough places where there's just so much creativity in and I want to. Say That's true of people living there. Now, there's much input into the community and things have been before Covid people have been working relentlessly to help the community and to make things better. But one of the things that you may be aware of the side in the movie. Is that. There's a biomass plant just outside of Flint in town ship And? Not Far, you re very near Beecher and where is it? It's an industrial area. It's a poor area and you know, of course, they're burning trees, what they're probably have been burning construction debris and all these other even worse things for the air entries bringing trees puts out a lot of pollution. So Flint, all these biomass plants quietly crept crept into these areas where they're going to affect. You know poor city. Urban people are poor rural people. You know in Flint this isn't in the movie either but you know our friend Dane walling who made some terrible mistakes a good guy who made some some bad choices You know too eager to get bed with business. So he brings this you know human waste to energy fuel plant this kind of horrible idea from Sweden Frings people and they build this plant you know it smells. You know it's just. It's a dead end. I don't know how much grant money they got for this, but it was probably a lot and then. In Detroit see briefly in the movie for a couple of decades had a giant waste incinerator that they got green energy credits for It's closed now but it was it was poisoning the poor people and plan some people say well, you don't have enough people of Color in the in the movie. Yes. They're in there they're getting harmed by these schemes, poor people and people of color. And I remember nothing to back this up. But y you know reading the paper Detroit Free Press. Coverage of the Detroit Marathon and one day there were several people in one marathon the drop dead. On. Like what the Heck so look at the employees that was bad air pollution and happened to be starting near the waste incinerator I'm like. The people even know to check for these things as just you know I'm not who knows what caused it I'm just saying. You know. So this this biomass and biofuel thing is just so hidden but everywhere. And Dad. Detroit incinerators closed. I. Don't know if the waste human waste to Energy Plant Flint is going or not. But. It's just to me as people say, Oh, well, you know they're doing better without than all. Just assign would that we would burn these things and go down these roads in the name of Greene. Tell something about where our minds have gotten in our desperation to get off also fuels and to have green solution the allow industrial civilizations. Really these green solutions are not about saving the planet. They're just about keeping our way of life going. When I think our way of life with eight billion people consuming on this level. Is just it's coming to an end. Well. Look. First of all. Let me. Sorry for the Soliloquy. But that's me worked out there It's okay. The incinerator plant was in my district when I was a Commie Commissioner. So that's was hatched during that period of time by the genesee township government and consumers power I, think at the time. And what alternate? Lee as been used for is to take. In literally thousands of demolished homes, they just take those over to the incinerator and burn the stuff. So. I mean, that's the came and an interesting tell people what's in these demolished homes they're burning oh, all kinds of stuff us pestis lead lead paint. Arsenic is hard of this. All kinds of heavy metals. Are In this stuff than released into our air and. Ultimately All what happens is pollutes the neighborhood near in the nearest proximity. So way back in I forget what year was eighty eight or eighty, nine, the There was a group of citizens sat was led in part by Bill Schmidt and sister Joann. From. The Saint Francis. Saint Francis Prayer Center? Who Brought Litigation to stop this Incinerator in a claim that. It's licensing was improper it. They didn't follow the proper procedures of the EPA. And that it constituted environmental racism. I in the country I, believe at the time. that. That that argued this theory of environmental racism basically. Twenty I think was twenty three years later. You WanNa know more about this. I did a podcast recently with Father Phil Schmitter he talks about this in our conversation. At the last day of the Obama Administration the EPA. EPA leading the administration. Concluded and issued its finding after all this litigation. That in fact they they violated the rules. The partly didn't follow the rules. And that the plant itself constituted Discrimination based on race. In, its location. However the plant still chugging along. And It's a remarkable story. Somebody somebody can write a book about that that. Warriors. So many stories in the. Press because it doesn't fit the the the the narrative of about Green Energy and. Also because he's are happening poor neighborhoods, people don't have the resources. To sound the alarm and get these citizen groups just trying to survive. But what one of the things I discovered in Michigan was that one of the reasons nothing happens that they've made the oversight the State Department. So toothless that they're not even able to shut down these plans for a violation issues fines issue some mornings I mean it's nearly impossible to shut them down once they get built I actually believe WHO'S THE DETROIT? Pistons Implant Gore. Concourse. And he's from genesee. Ville. Two so He didn't ask to do with the incinerator. No, he didn't but I'm just saying. You know just throwing out a name you know. He could do something you know if he Chose there's there's so many of us that are not paying attention to where we came from The the water crisis is one thing but there are. So many ways people are poisoned in Detroit incinerated. You say that that's been a closed now. Shut that down gone as far as I know they just ruled that it was not. They didn't follow the right procedures with know scupper goes already built by that point. and. Had Been Operating for over twenty years how could keep litigation going that long as beyond my comprehension? arrested. There were scandals around that and they're financially really. Hit out the city of Detroit horribly and Harrisburg Pennsylvania. They're similar incinerator which I may have closed I'm not sure but almost bankrupted the city. you know and. instill. The waste energy has not been removed from Green. Energy I guess are doing better now. But I don't any civilization ever saved itself by living off its own waste. I there we're taking a break for our sponsor anchor DOT FM. Let me tell you a bit about anchor they half accretion tools that are free like you can. Create your own podcast using an edit that podcast using your phone or your computer. They'll distributes your podcast for you on spotify. Apple. Or many other podcast hope host, and you may even make money off your podcasts. With no minimum listenership. It's everything you need to make a podcast in one place. Download anchor for free. By getting their APP AT ANCHOR DOT FM to get started and we're using it, and hopefully will too thank you very much and I will resume our. Our Program. Now I can't imagine it can at. The biggest biomass operation? We have this nation as the whole ethanol scam. is to buy a I'll armless off and turn turn in, turn their corn into into fuel that nobody wants we just down the road from me here the local pub actually sells gasoline that doesn't have the ethanol in it. Because it rots out the rats out the motors in the in the in the. Fuel lines at some people don't run this stuff in their of vehicles not because of the energy savings but because actually costs more money damages the Engines Jeff I wanNA talk to you a little bit about the. your. What may be one of your conclusions is at the infinite growth on the finite planet, we have essentially suicide. That was one of the things which you in this movie seemed to highlight and tell us why you believe. That's true. Well. It's. Now. First of all, it's interesting when you bring up because I still even now have this little bit of assistance where I don't. I'm even afraid to say how bad I think it is and now. The reason I do is because I'm a hopeful person and I think our only hope comes from being honest with ourselves about the mess word we've created but. You know. If somebody? Jumps from a building and so and people are saying, Oh no, oh no, that's that's you're gonNA. Die You know everybody says you're going to die is wrong. You know the wrong at the hundred story the ninety ninth Iran. At the fiftieth floor they're wrong wrong wrong wrong wrong. Wrong. Until that last story, even the ten feet up there still wrong until that moment. And that's what I fear were in you see in the movie. dysgraphic of our. Human. Population and consumption basically a measurement of economic growth and it just in all the way F- Hundreds of thousands of years the last ten, thousand years, and just as last few hundred years, it just goes up. To a height that you almost can't show except on a movie screen. and. The idea that somehow a species can expand that much. In their impact on their environment. And that's any version of that a sustainable. Just it's mind blowing to me that. That's not the headline for every environmental but that's why carbon alone So Y- you know. Where so? We've got away from understanding that the purity of copper has declined by baby. I, think Fiore's magnitude, and so it takes more energy to get out the copper. You know the iron has decreased impurity worshiping instead of iron and copper from Michigan, getting it from all around the world. You know it's the as you see in the movie briefly the amount of fish we got from the ocean as declined the last couple of decades. And we're making that up by using fossil fuels to underpin a system of fish growing on fish farms. So we don't think there's a problem. Would, and everything that we have plastic and everything you know the the fish? In the Great Lakes we have to actually race fish him likes to. You know there's all kinds of limits approaching the the water situation and Flint. How can it be in the Great Lakes we don't have enough clean water. You know almost nowhere in the world can you actually go out and just drink the water? But. The majority of the underground offers that provide the what drinking water and farm water you know over half of those are depleted faster than they recharge in some took thousands of years to fill the topsoil has decreased by half so. This is why you know. I don't know what I. Don't have the answer except the some people are talking about de growth but the idea that we're going to keep growing and the idea that even if everything my fellow Democrats and I am going to vote for Biden you know and Paris, they're just and I'll be honored to do so ever that trump. But this is where we've lost our minds were promising the people a Green version of this unsustainable human growth and this economic system of capitalism and industrialism. This destroying the planet you know have you heard the study where seventy percent of the pollinators in one study disappeared in a couple of decades? Yes. And it's not just all climate change its habitat loss primarily pesticides You know everything we humans are doing. Very now, one of the things critics have essentially made up from what I watched in this movie, and that is that you were advocating population control. I don't think you ever use that term in the movie that I could see. You can't bring up population don't talk about it are. Like. Yep. Population you know. You know. After the movie came out you know I just went and looked up a couple of things. The BBC reported a you know a report on a UN study the said. The. The decline in nature of the forty to fifty percent to sixty percent, whatever it might be declining nature. The last few decades is directly related to a doubling of the population. And a several times increase in our consumption and I always mentioned those together because they're intertwined. I think it's a Senate talk about population without talking about consumption, which is why I did it in the movie for so for them to single population. Is is bizarre and they came up with bizarre things that come from their minds nobody I know that cares about population talks about population control. And you think about the millions you know Gloria. Steinem. Several years back. She talk about population and climate as being related. And she said the biggest crime of all is that there are millions of women being forced to have children. So yes. Bad things have happened in the name of population over history. But the relentless thing is. Because of rape, because denial of birth control because of denial of access to healthcare. And Education women are being forced. to bear children and So that's not in the movie because. I just wanted to set the stage for there are too many people consuming too much. Our addiction to economic growth industrialization and capitalism things are intertwined and would be ridiculous to remove any one of them from the from the conversation. Now, one of the things I think you're movie does a great job at. Is It's really a great tradition of American muckrakers in some to some extent because what you did. To to pull a sheet off of the Sierra Club and Bill mckibben was absolutely masterful. the the attempt to interview him. As a former prosecutor having watched lots of people on witness stands. I don't know that. Your interview was particularly an ambush of him. With the fact that he didn't WanNa talk to you. was quite remarkable to me. I could not. They can't figure that one. You know it's funny. This ambush first of all, all the people that we pigeonholed on the street and just said, hey. Hey, hey, we got a question for you. What do you think about them had no problem going Oh that sounds horrible I don't like that and in a lot of them said some very intelligent things about it. So but the situation with mckibben and the other environmental leaders was that we were allowed into this media pen. And we have a reminder. that. was taking us around to who we wanted to integrate. So we actually lead over to him. And to the other interviewees by a minder. WHO and then actually if you said he you see at first he kinda says, Oh Hello Jeff like he's heard of me I have talked to him personally before We had a nice little talk before it came to that question. So just to set the record straight, that's how that came about And I hope I did okay. But I just. I still have hope for these people that I was really hoping that he would. Come around and so I didn't want. Yeah I guess the way I looked at it was he didn't want to answer questions that were. Fairly straightforward and should have been easy for a guy runs a big a big opposite like Sierra Club number. And number two. Whenever I used to. Even Talk Times investigation, and then see the correct that remedial action that's taken before you even do anything. This guy really was caught it when it appears to be self-dealing. Did I miss something here or So what you mean by self-dealing look like he was. He was profes- day. In. Some way from some of solutions that he had been advocating as the head of America's. Most reputable a environmental organizations. Something doesn't seem right. You know we don't work clear in the movie I don't say that he's profiting I. Don't know that he's profiting I don't know if he has investments. I don't know if he does what there in but. Something you know The all were hiding things, I know what some of the others were hiding for instance. Van Jones. His Apollo Alliance they had that giant trees to to ethanol scheme that was gonNA take trees from one hundred thousand square miles in northern Michigan. His Apollo Alliance had actually put pin on a map and was bragging about that as one of their solution projects Robert F Kennedy Jr.. He was involved with an investment scheme that was also going to invest in that that. Biomass biofuels tree scheme that was going to decimate Michigan and others like it so. With Bill I'm not. We don't know I know that within a week of movie premiering fastest comparing last year he wrote an essay coming out against bio-mass and some people say, well, why didn't you put that in the movie? Because I'm very used to people covering their ass by putting out a statement and then he's gotten involved with supporting stopping some small biomass plants. Well, if you're the leader of a national group, if you're really against it that national group begins to fight it, you don't just write an essay you actually when you talk about fossil fuels, you also say and no biomass and biofuels. And then you're probably used to this too. He wrote a very narrow definition like I'm against woody biomass plants you know. But what about all these ethanol plants what about all these waste to energy plants? You know and what about the timber companies they get a the green energy subsidies they use our waste from logging operations to run a power plant and then they get green energy. subsidies for that you know which? You know. So there's so many and they get biomass in the name before US restoration. So some people say, well, why didn't you put that? He wrote this this up against biomass because as you see in the movie, we're used to people. Being duplicitous like that, and and maybe you can say something about that that I'm not aware of is that a normal thing for people caught the public figures? Oh. Yeah. Oh. Yeah. You see it all the time and the best of it is trump. He's he's Square in the middle of all kinds of stuff in the first thing he says. You know that Guy Steve Bannon I have he hasn't been involved with me in a long time. And and then he was against the wall. Now he's against the wall. You see this all the time. This is a this old school gas lighting. And what what's interesting about it is in Life Served Dump Close To Twenty nonprofit boards of directors. For the guy that runs an organization like the Sierra Club into be asked where he's getting his money. Or to be challenged about where he gets his money. And he doesn't know where it comes from or how much it is or who's giving it is preposterously. Religiously, of duplicitous. And brought that up because that's I was just. Watching through the film and I was thinking about that and. You know you can almost see the wheels turn where. Of course he knows he's taken from these. The the Rasmussen Foundation is a very, very wealthy You Know Hedge Fund investment banking, you know family and foundations in northern Europe. but you can almost see the gears clicking where fine he says he just embraces it and says, the rockefellers have been. You know a great ally of you know three fifty dot org and they've been you know he doesn't say they've been giving a lots of money all the way along he doesn't say. that. They gave millions to him in another organization called One sky which they merged with. So they were almost. You know in a sense. They're a startup of the rockefellers. In in one sense. So Mentioned this I. Think well I'll make a comment at some point the next while a couple of weeks a couple of months. But I. Think we'll post that section of the film because it's gotten so little. Press where then. You go on to see what's in these green funds and I know that they've regard now so that you probably can't see it. You know all these oil companies and banks and agricultural companies biomass and biofuels the world's largest fracking company and the one recommended by the Sierra Club. It was just. Unbelievable and. The. So, there's so many things that we did research a stuff stunning to me that nobody's written a news article about. He there this is Arthur Bush speaking. Host of Radio Free Flint like to. Bring some new information to your attention. We now have a website. At www dot radio, free flint dot media. least go to our website you can play every one of these episodes. Look at some of the things we've done in the past can learn more about our gas. We have information links to websites, articles, and so on. And we'd also like to bring your attention to a way that you can support our website. We have what they call it call to Action Button on the homepage of. WWW DOT radio free flint that media. And you can NOG is ninety nine cents. A month if you'd like. We appreciate some support offset, our expenses. If you could. We we greatly appreciate it. Take care of here's our episode. Thanks for listening. Some some. At plausible deniability that old concept where if you have Some of these capitalists that are getting involved in in the so-called green energy do it out of I i. often thought they did it out of a guilty conscience just to show in all it's Sorta like if you say somebody is racist in the South End of Flint and they said, well, I got I. Got One black friend he's my best friend and You get this kind of stuff, which is just hilarious One of the things that's interesting when I watched your movie and then was reading some of the reviews of your film. in a I I was raised in the in the Evangelical, Church. In Flint and I always was amazed because I love to go fishing as a kid and the. In the past talk to us in Sunday school teacher about how the Bible says that people are supposed to go take dominion over the Earth. And And then not long ago. I guess maybe within the last few years I read where the Vanja Or Register indignant about how we're not solving this environmental of. Disaster that that's combined with global warming and and that somehow this is become an evangelical Christian issue. What what if anything ever say about that? And why doesn't that come to play the moderate some of these people? The It's a complicated issue and I did spend some time with an evangelical family And You know we don't have the most of us. Don't know the original Aramaic that the Bible was written by. The. I had come to understand one of the phrases to be Super God so loved. man. Right humans or whatever and. these this family this Christian family said node. it's supposed to be forgot to live the world and then he said, no, it's bigger than that's the universe So. You know there there's been a lot of things happen Christianity where I think women have much more powerful role early on and you know were removed by the patriarchal nature of the church but. You know I want to look at a little bit different frame because that's you know I, think. Traditions both good and bad but I think. We went down a wrong road when. In most native spiritual traditions, you know everything has a spirit or as alive the great spirit. Isn't. A? Person Great-grandfather up there in the sky, it's you know that would prey a native tradition you you're giving thanks to the actual. You know ancestors, the rocks, you know the other living beings, the trees and so. When we put. Whatever we believe in. Out there in the sky that kind of removed the sacredness from everything and I think that opened the door to a lot of destruction. So You know I think we have this is this is why in the movie I don't provide a lot of answers because it's multidimensional I think have to. have a new spiritual approach. I'm not saying it's a religious approach but we don't have the sense everything's sacred anymore I mean, can you really Tear up a mountain. It's a billion years old for coal. If it's sacred can you tear up a mountain civilian years old for copper for your solar panels if it's sacred? Can you destroy a desert the spin around for? That habitat for millions of years. To, put up some wind turbines I don't know. That's what we're not asking like, when are we gonNA stop and? I. Think we all lived. You know even if we're more poor and we live in community I think we'll be better off But I think that's our only hope. I don't know what D- growth looks like but. I flinched an example of a place that's experienced growth and what we would have planned for that. Plan for allocate the water's safe plan for how to keep everybody food. For Green spaces and safe spaces for work for shared resources That's what I'm interested in. Because I think the pandemic has taught us nature's GonNa, degrom us whether we like it or not. And if nature doesn't were not going to like it at all. In. One of the things that? I heard maybe it was one of your other interviews that I follow. You talked about the pandemic calving an interesting effect. On the environment. I essentially forcing people to live local. Did you come in? Just, just WANNA be clear. You know because there's been some even though climate change is very real I believe everything gets blamed on climate change because they're trying, they're trying to sell us more solar panels or the story solar panels will save. So. Yeah. Climate is a horrible. Tragedy that we're going to get worse, but it's not it's not. Does not equal the total human apocalypse that we're creating a subset of it and. So the the the poaching of animals. the last wild animals in Asia. Provides US bushmeat for people to eat and the disease is believed to come from baths. It could see could've come pangolins from these persecuted animals and persecute ecosystems. got into us a kind of solve the human problem the way because he'd been to nature eight billion people as a problem to be solved. We don't. We don't understand that. So this is like a as harsh as it is a warning. The nature's trying to solve US and. It's GONNA keep trying to solve us. So. Yeah being. You know. We're we're giving up on it but The forced look how I think my point was you heard is. To save ourselves most of us in a day turned around, we gotta stay home. We gotTA stop flying. You know we've stopped consuming so much. We Sky turned blue where I live I saw all kinds of birds I saw eagles, I saw swans, I, saw endangered shore birds. I saw all kinds of things just come up because there weren't any people around And so. I think it's a taste of. If we plan for an existence where we stay home live locally. I think actually be less neurotic I. Think aren't a lot of us happy to have stayed home now instead of going off to these offices. You know. where we're sealed up. At a tie. Well. They, I need to study. Better. Thank you for your insights anything else as your with your background as a prosecutor or an attorney activists watching the film that caught your I'm just really. Interested to what you had to say there. I E I'm interested in people that lie about their money. And I've always learned that if all the money in a lot of these situations are you look for the motive? And mckibben not non whereas money came from merits its own film. Is. I. Think the answers might be quite entertaining I don't know if he's You know. From all appearances, I have other friends that saves the same. even look like a saint and I don't think you were trying to make it look like a villain. He did all by himself So you made a good point we. These were this was a trail we follow. He was like Oh. You picked this out from all this. You know we were just following the money trail and this is where it led and when it leads to. the Sierra Club. Michael. Bloomberg saying his. You know thirty million dollars. For the Sierra Club is an investment in the Sierra Club and nobody flinches. That's a little clue something that's going on, right? Yeah I think. So let let's wrap up with this. It's a question that's long troubled Music Watch Michael. Send. US Off. Whether it was General Motors. Whether it was the NRA. would ever a group. Organization of people that that the documentarian his chose shine light I'm. They all. Think that that the retort is always. some my Nisha that you didn't get a statistic riding look. You didn't have the solution or your solutions Bat. And I. Don't think documentarian is particularly an advocate for solutions As you pointed out earlier, you're asking questions. And then that lead you're than to come to his own conclusions. And I, find it interesting in your in your movie that somehow you are supposed to come to this. Marvelous. Discovery of what the total answer is the climate change and to. A population of the earth. And the exhaustion of resources. And I. Don't know that you have that much power do come up with you almost have to have some god-like. Saturday. They come up with the total answer. what the Hell Expand. That's a very good point because. One of the things I learned in social work and you know community changes that people have to go and we know this even I did a little bit of business consulting. You know just for a brief time, but people have to own a change and have to be part of it. So even if I had the answer, we have to co Create Horgan deal with these very delicate issues of consumption capitalism, industrialization, economic growth, population. We all have to create the vision of what that feels like. It looks like it's going to be kind and loving to everyone it's nature so. and nobody goes to see that movie you know If you make a movie about solutions. people aren't going to go because people don't go to movies about answers that go to movies about quest questions and Qwest's everybody demands documentarian you have the. the answer and the third thing I'll say, sometimes, it seems like, well, what happened you know? It's very disappointed that what happened with guns in bowling for Columbine? you'll in the years after, but it did open up a discussion like nothing ever before. And with Fahrenheit nine eleven. at the time, we forget that everything was really controversial that was in Fahrenheit I'm in the the torture the you know what's happening in Iraq the lies the Bush and everyone was. Let us to war. It was it didn't even feel permitted to make that movie people forget now and we were actually fearful. I. Mean we were covering our windows we're making A. Everything that movie is just normal Seco-. You know what happened with that well. then. Is Part of the education of ourselves and we got obamacare at least a halfway stop capitalism love up story I really attribute before nobody was talking about socialism in the normal world before capitalism love story you know and it it Bernie is in there and Elizabeth Warren is in that movie and suddenly they had permission to talk about it. So I think this movie the fact that be upset people's actually a good sign. It's a sign that they actually don't feel that great about themselves that they're so vicious and their attacks and so. I'm hopeful over time the the conversation will happen, and we'll we'll begin to get some new insights and collectively and I'm going to be putting more things about about this and about where I think we should be going but you're right yeah. Oh. I had to diagnose the problem in the solutions. Yeah. I'm that I'm not that. SMART. Yeah, well, if somebody wants to watch this movie now the planted in humans which was released by the way on Earth Day aim their money I as I recall the. If we want to watch now, where do we go? Planet of the humans dot. com. and. We'll be free for a little while longer and then we'll be announcing some other ways to watch. It's also on video. You can go there and rented or by but we haven't really announced that yet. But so if you WANNA make a donation, you can go rent it or buy it been meal but it's right now planner the humans is free on youtube and you can get to that link by. Planet the humans Dot Com and Okay and Geoffrey I appreciate your The time spent with me You have now set a record for longest podcast guests. but I could talk to you for a long time about this and other movies Maybe one day we'll get a couple of alumni of Michael Moore. School of film Tell more stories because we have a few more that we haven't talked about. It's good to see you my friend and. I wish you the best with your movie and with your other endeavors what's next for you after this After this project. So, I'm trying to figure out a book series and other foul or all the above. So that's what I'm working on. Figuring out what what has the biggest impact because the clock is ticking Whatever it is the people of Flint should be proud of you I. You're probably the quietest. Aman in town. In Our town. And at have accomplished one hell of a lot of stuff. So congratulations to you and best wishes. Thank you for your insights to are very, very great to hear your thoughts on things and various suits on. So thank you. Thank you while this is Arthur Bush and you've been listening to Radio Free. Flint, with our guest Geoffrey Gibbs, the producer and director. Thinking, was even called the writer of planet of humans along with the. Michael Moore who is executive producer and Center. what's his name Again Ozzie Ozzie Center who is also a CO director I guess. Producer the producer and Hope. You all get a chance to watch goodbye take care. Thank you for listening. Thanks are we'll be back goodbye.

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Musicians: Florence Price

Encyclopedia Womannica

07:02 min | 10 months ago

Musicians: Florence Price

"I, want to tell you about something that's become my secret weapon for learning new things and getting ahead. It's an incredible APP called blinking blinking is really unique. It works on your phone, your tablet, or your web browser blinking takes the best key takeaways the need to know information from thousands of nonfiction books and condense them down into just fifteen minutes that you can read or listen to I recently read and listen to Sapiens a brief history of humankind and notorious RPG, the life in times. Of Ruth Bader Ginsburg using link guest right now for a limited time, blinking has a special offer just for our audience go to blink guest dot com slash encyclopedia, and try it free for seven days and save twenty five percent off your new subscription. That's blink guest spelled B. L. I. N. K. I S. T. Blink guest dot com slash encyclopedia. To Start Your free seven day trial. You'll also save twenty five percent off but only when you sign up at blink dot com slash encyclopedia. Check it out. For Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia Lamonica. All month, we're talking about musicians, women who's musical talents, shaped history and the music industry. Today's musician was an American classical composer, pianist organist and music teacher. She was the first African American woman to have her music performed by a major American orchestra. Though she wrote more than three hundred musical compositions. Her works didn't received widespread attention they deserved until after her death. Let's talk about Florence Price. Florence price was born into a middle class family eighteen, eighty seven in Little Rock Arkansas. Her father was a dentist. Her mother was a music teacher who greatly influenced Lawrence's early. Music Education. By, the age of four Florence had her first piano performance. By Eleven Florence's first composition was published. At just fourteen Florence graduated as Valedictorian from her high school and entered the New England Conservatory of Music in. Boston. A remarkable talent, she earned two degrees, organ and piano in three years. Florence's early adulthood was dedicated to teaching and raising a family. She held teaching positions Arkansas before moving to Atlanta where in nineteen ten she became the head of the Music Department of what's now Clark Atlanta University I historically black. College. And Nineteen Twelve Florence Mary. Lawyer Thomas J price, and the couple moved back to little rock despite her qualifications Florence was denied membership to the state music teachers. Association. But she didn't give up. She created her own Music Studio Teaching Piano and music theory to her students after a series of incidents perpetrated against the black community including the lynching of several African American men in Nineteen Twenty, seven Florence and Thomas decided to move to Chicago out of fear for their safety in Chicago. Florence had the chance to study music composition with leading teachers of the day. In Nineteen Twenty eight she published four pieces for piano in nineteen thirty one she filed for divorce from her husband who had been abusive. That left Florence in the position of being a single mother with two daughters. To, make ends meet she performed as an organist for silent film screenings composed for radio ads under the pen name Vj. Around that time, Florence was rooming with a friend and fellow black pianist and composer Margaret Bonds Margaret Connected Florence with poet Langston Hughes Contralto Marian Anderson who we previously highlighted this month booth would become great collaborators of Lawrence's. In nineteen thirty two, Florence's career really took off. She took home the winning prize in the wanamaker foundation awards for her symphony Andy Minor. This work later premiered with the Chicago Symphony, orchestra in Nineteen thirty three thereby making history. Florence was the first black woman composer to have her work performed by a major American orchestra. Florence wrote other orchestral pieces Chamber Works Art Songs, Violin Piano and spiritual arrangements. Her popular works include Moon Bridge, and songs to a dark virgin. Florence's musical style blended elements of black cultural heritage with classical composition. One of the major highlights of her life was also a renowned moment in the civil rights movement in Nineteen, thirty, nine, famed opera singer and friend. Marian Anderson performed before a crowd of seventy five thousand people at the Lincoln Memorial. The final song of the recital was Florence's arrangement of my soul is anchored in the Lord Alicia Lola Jones much later wrote for NPR that this moment captured the sound of black sisterhood, as both women amplified each other's voices through the politics of concert performance. In nineteen forty Florence was inducted into the American Society of composers, Authors and publishers in nineteen, forty, nine, she published two of her spiritual arrangements which included I am bound for the Kingdom and dedicated them to marry an Anderson. Long. Ball. Florence continued to perform and compose until she died of a stroke in Chicago on June third nineteen, fifty three, but her legacy lives on. Florence was successful despite being everything a composer was not supposed to be at that time she succeeded as a black woman and a white. Mansfield. In one, thousand, nine, sixty, four, an elementary school was renamed in her honor. In two, thousand, fifteen, a documentary of her life. The caged bird, the life and music of Florence be price was released. and. In recent years, recordings of her work have increased. This is in part due to a two thousand nine. Of A large bundle of for music in a small cabin in saint an Illinois this included dozens of her scores, two violin concertos and her fourth symphony. All month. We're talking about musicians. For more on why doing what we're doing check out our newsletter manteca weekly. You can also follow us on facebook and Instagram at Encyclopedia Manica. And you can find me directly on twitter at Jenny Kaplan. Special. Thanks to Liz Caplan my favorite sister co-creator. Talk to you tomorrow.

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#79 I The Price is Right (Yeah, Yeah!)

Twenty Thousand Hertz

25:20 min | 1 year ago

#79 I The Price is Right (Yeah, Yeah!)

"If you'd like a little creative inspiration checkout just the beginning kick starters podcast about how independent creators bring their ideas to life meet an artist touring the US in a mobile tattoo shop for women an engineer turning air pollution to ink and a married couple inventing a new device to help you sing like a robot you can listen to the entire first season of just the beginning now on apple podcast l. half was just getting a start making TV show theme songs I had re- gently come to New York and I met a guy that turned out to be not such a nice guy but he had a lot of themes going on television introduced to mark Goodson and Bill Todman the game show kings of the time and I started out doing a few the smaller games password and I've got a secret those shows that he was bringing back on television and then he was going to bring back the price you're listening to twenty thousand Hertz I'm Dallas Taylor if you're from the US this to tell the truth at the same time a young composer named Ed key that's right there is a host before Bob Barker impossible the original show was way more subdued to put it lightly well dressed contestants sat behind says right lasted for nine years before being cancelled then in the early seventies pioneering TV producer mark goodson decided to revive the show goodson along with his business and means plink Oh spinning the big wheel and showcase showdowns on the price is right this game show is a hallmark of American daytime television if you're outside of the US and habits it probably is right by you go and now your host partner Bill Todman created many of the most famous game shows in history including family feud match game is right to take it to Los Angeles needless to say American culture in television changed seen the show it's the pure joy of retail therapy distilled into one hour of games it's centered around guessing the prices of stuff that you probably don't need and in my opinion but even devoted fans of the show might not know that the price is right used to sound completely different people need to compete for the price of a Lifetime Joe in the melody up prices right yeah prices right and really a special guy he was unique in a lot of ways certainly a genius of games and there were no shore and it's the most perfect game show ever from the famous Bob Barker did the sound of this show is iconic it's like a slot machine on Jack Atakli from the premiere of the original prices right in the late fifties to its early seventies revival for the show to stick with modern audiences it needed a contemporary sound. We'll things the great influences on me were the great movie composers I loved writing accessible music not fuelling frenzied fans in the studio audience eagerly awaiting for the chance to come on down and the contestants thank Mark Goodson had already been hearing the Moberg synthesizer which I had gotten from Dr it went to London and took a synthesizer over their customs had a great time trying to figure out what it was the Cold War was still on the these guys would play that way I gotta give them credit so I learned the I loved writing stuff that was intelligent would I would call intelligent Mercouri was recorded this iconic theme at that time we were doing a lot of London business for other projects and I had great orchestras over there so what I was a spy once got set up in the studio in London some real magic began to happen with the musicians once you have good guys the best player in the classic version of the show this is the structure of the qualifying round to get into the actual game the actual retail price one thousand five hundred dollars okay go do it so I said to him what is it mark why don't you ever challenge me with my budget and he said look if Ed's contributions to the prices right went well beyond the theme song he's also responsible for the other music and sound effects throughout the show that includes the notorious Hornets store and tested a bunch of different doorbells before recording the perfect option is anything but wholesome more on that after the break Ed's music was the perfect pairing to each episode of the price is right the show became a huge wholesome daytime TV hit but the story behind the royalties for the theme song. ugh He was intrigued with this new sound and one of the first people to really delve in and there's actually nobody doing much with Melanie being a is in the world at mastered their instruments you can't go wrong it's like having the best orchestra in the world to play your stuff they get the music kind of a jazz guy and very varied in my styles I was playing a lot of different kinds of music on the moog which does increase presented the theme to market. He's okay kid how much to go do it so you know I came with price and because you were a twenty k. listener I know you love to learn about new things which is why I wanNa tell you about the great courses plus they offer hundreds of the price is right this is from the original prices right which premiered in Nineteen fifty-six on NBC with host Bill Cullen uh-huh on the stage and did their best to get the prices of items or go two hundred hundred misdescribed four hundred four hundred Mr Cascio I'll say four fifty four eh here's this episode's mystery sound and again if you think you know what that sound is being almost a day field but it wasn't it was written in sixteenth which are even what a drunk I had we get him well you know you top-quality courses on a huge variety of subjects the courses are taught by some of the brightest minds out there including professors from Harvard Yale Stanford this is college level learning say that's what it costs us what it costs he didn't hear another note until I showed up at CBS in the sound booth and art of if you have a good pocket meanings a good pocket of the rhythm the Drummer made that happen it was almost a swing needed when they were loading in the first week of shows by but we're getting a little ahead of ourselves let's Rewind to find out how twenty thousand Hertz is a Labor of love and it wouldn't be possible without your shared passion for our sense of hearing so thank you so much for listening writing US encouraging us and enthusiastically I totally understand that not everyone has the money to spare and that's okay and I promise to keep this show free for everyone but if you do have the means to get that great feeling of pride that comes by supporting the it was mark mark enjoyed come into my studio and forty Fifth Street and Fifth Avenue in New York he got out of his tower up on Park Avenue and Indigo what do we know the notes what he wanted to be and you know I tell them a story about well this is going to be tell them what they want johnny plays when someone loses named the lose and for the correct answers Edwin to a hardware is providing a consistent stream of income for years but if you check the credits for the show's theme song during that time period you won't see Ed's name you feed for the second half of this show you seriously don't want to miss the rest of this episode okay back to the show tell us a web address mystery Dot Twenty K. Dot Org if you get it right you'll be entered to win a super soft twenty thousand Hertz t shirt I through radio waves unlock a world of knowledge with the great courses plus right now they're giving twenty K. listeners a free month of unlimited access to their entire library of courses right now and if you have apple pay or Google on your phone it's as easy as going to the link into tapped to set up the payment that's it and a credit card takes like twenty seconds longer so dare I say it you'll see Sheila Cole a man I won't mention his name because I don't WanNa take anything away from his ability to do business have to do is sign up through this special url the great courses plus dot com slash twenty k. that's two zero k remember the great courses plus dot com slash twenty it's actually a lot like listening to a podcast I recommend checking out the course radio astronomy observing the invisible universe it impacts the amazing technology that lets US Explorer Unit Pas the podcast right now go to donate dot twenty k. dot org or click the link in the show description take thirty to forty five seconds to set it up then meet me right back here we're over on the really get access to an ad free feet of the show that you can play right here in your podcast player it's so fast and so easy to set this up and honestly it takes less time to set up in this whole spiel difference. Bmi Ns cap are the two main performing rights organizations that represent American music writers and publishers working in TV and film they pay rates work hours nightclubs as gap is American Society of Composers Authors and Publishers BMI is broadcast music and ladies made them start Bmi to anti monopoly so they came to me and they said look man publishing earnings and one is the writing earnings the composer and the publisher it's based on airtime and it's based on we can make your world much better how it works is there's a theme look at it as to one hundred percent pies one is the in the early nineteen seventies the rebooted prices right with host Bob Barker was on its way to becoming a mainstay of daytime television Ed like you know you've been here a couple of times for his Yup we WANNA see who does Yank is said he made it swing and these players incorporate that was founded in Nashville the government made them do that because there was only one performing right society and they in the percent of their annual gross income that would go to the performing rights well what happened was the say you can carry around the vehemence and the harsh feelings for a guy that would do that to a young kid why not split the and took it to l. a. and that was done if you had written something that has earned date maybe forty or fifty million dollars in television shows ever just think that small percentage of revenue piling up year after year into a fortune and ED missed out on all of it composers and publishers get

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Jagger vs  Tyler

The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus

1:00:19 hr | 1 year ago

Jagger vs Tyler

"All right we've got another battle for the ages this week guys. You know. There's been a lot of great front men in rock some with amazing voices and some who made up for their lack vocal prowess with pure peacocking. This week it's that battle of rocks most stylish highland men who started their stuff. who started their stuff? Better Tyler or Jagger inquiring minds want to know so you're listening to the Lou Dini rock and roll circus changing rack history. One podcast at a time. Yeah welcome back to the Lucchini Zini rock and roll circus. Everybody my name is Lou. Lombardi Aka Lucchini. I'm your host and my co hostess. The host is with the CO host is with the most it's just me and the co-pilot share this evening. Lilly how are you good how are you. I am just If I was any better I honestly wouldn't be able to stand myself. Wow Lily can you hear me now. We are okay. We were a little low little little light on the gain. Their little light Loyd So tonight we're GONNA we're talking about Mick Jagger and Steven Tyler that sort of two great rocks great peacocks and yeah. There's some others. I know we just picked pick something. These two peacocks ins all guts just to deal with it net Latini rock and roll circus. Dot Com is our website. Please check back off and tons. UN's of cool podcast. There as always things like lyric talk and different guitar casts. We talked about riffs and things like that I've got a private group group that you guys can get a part of. It was a coup community people that Love Great Guitar Driven Rock. You can find out more about that. At Lombardi rocks dot com does let you right in the button King Bangoura and you are right in with all the cool folks. You're on the Ingraham. Don't you want to be cool. Everybody's doing it right. Quite frankly if all these people in his group jump Aubrey de probably jump off a bridge too. I would also I want to I we have we have. We have a couple of sponsors. We need first of all as always wolf customs. We Love Wisconsin. Wolves Customs Dot dot online. Why in the hell would you play a boring looking guitar when you can go to wolf customs and he'll will do a custom paint job? You gotta go to the website and check out. Some beautiful work Chris Thunder Wolf. DOT DOTS does. He does amazing stuff. I've got to get to our here. I'M GONNA get to him. I'm going to have him do something for me on it very soon and hopefully have that to show you guys who watch the video portion of this so that's wolves customs dot online also. Want to call your attention into the notes if you're watching this in different places or you're listening to it on pod. Whatever we are also sponsored by jam play? We Play Great Guitar Driven Rock on here. And if you'd like to be guitar driven rock or maybe just play for your enjoyment and you want to get a little better you want to you know. Brush up on some riffs or get your technique technique a little bit better. Just follow the Lincoln the description and you're gonNA get a discount that running a discount now through Through the end of the holidays we have that coupon code. Good for you there and you can just follow the link there and you can get right in and get yourself some jam play and learn to jam so lily. What is going on with you? I need to add a band to our list so while I'm doing that why don't you tell the folks at home. What in the world is going on? Okay so Friday I went to The tribute band for journey escape Gape. They were really good. They did all Steve Perry songs and before them. Though who I want to note as a local band called Travolta they are sixteen year old children who play amazing using Music Guitar Driven Music. You need to check them out Lou They have a huge stage presence. There's just three of them and they rocked it out and I love them. I mean everybody loved him that night so going give a shout out to them Go to their facebook. Immolate do the whole thing and I actually seem to have snagged bagged that Leif Garrett interview that everybody was very much coveting I wanted it. Nobody gives way I was in there. I that's why I'm reading his book currently and I will be interviewing him on December twelve so keep an eye out on my show GonNa ask them how about killing his friend. You know he's going to bring it up in the book. I feel like this is sort of a confession book so far. It's really the thing of it is is. I was talking to some other podcasters about a week ago. Dave Hooper and Mike Huber D and a couple of guys and we were talking about. How do you deal with it when you have to interview somebody who has kind of questionable thing in their past? I kind of feel like if he's talking about in the book I'm allowed to talk about it right and so like you wanted to find some way to bring it up. In a way in like Mike was Puberty was telling me the one time he had the he had great white on there and he had to he had to get into that. He's like he says because if I would not have talked about it my audience would been like. Why didn't you Dana Dana? Come on you know they they said at the beginning of the show enquiring minds WanNa know so that can be a very interesting situation relation to be in and I am very interested to hear how you talk about how you bring that situation so I'll be very much interested in hearing your interview with life. Yeah once that book okay I finished reading it and we do the interview. Absolutely I will find a way to talk about Lou. Garrick leave leave. Who can live Garrett the Eric Su now not the Viking the Viking? He's not available right now for interviews but hopefully radio can hook us up with if he's ever available for interviews reviews. I am going to leave this world. This is a band who are trying to figure out how to pronounce. I just discovered this band today. Bork. Bork nigger Bark Nagar. Say nigger Bork Nager. Because I like it better. What a record this year and my buddy the the drummer in my band drew? Kerr sent me this today and said you need to check. These guys out of these guys are very cool metal band so check them out. This track called up North on the Lou Dini rock and roll circus. I saw ah take me. Ah Yeah. Aw State take it. Yeah Ah Sir In a wall walk. I think that that is just fricking. Amazing I was lily and I were talking during the song and I I was saying that I hear the first thing that I thought of when I heard it was a sort of Deep Purple Influence there with the with the organ but the heavy guitars. I I love them. A Lotta schism of it and yes. It's a longer tune I try not to play real long ones on your but I was just so blown away by that today that I said screw it We're going to play this one. I feel like we could make exceptions. Yeah no no no. It's not a hard rule. It's just like typically I try to keep them but you can go to Bork Nager DOT COM like Bork B. O. R. K. A. G. A. R. Nagar. Yeah Work Nagar like the. Ah The a would be long long because there's only one. Yeah that's why thing at one constant after it like that so wouldn't be born Naggar. Her Work Nager Gar or Nagar. Well in any case if we say it wrong please tell US border dot com straight up so chicken. We got some cool stuff coming up for you to play a song from my last record that I don't play very often in a little bit. But I have a guy that we're GONNA the plan. Little Wok Caleb Johnson. Who I believe was a contestant on American idol? And it's really good. It's like a southern rock thing. I think you're gonNA dig it kind. Of course sons of apologised released a new record. And we're GONNA play that as well On the INTRO. So Jagger and Tyler I WANNA say Jagger Agar Richard Richards and Jagger Tyler two different bands what are we got. How are we gonNA start? We're going to give a little background. I'm just is GonNa give my speeches your speeches. Yeah I got lots of things. SHUT UP SEATTLE. I'm GonNa Start with your mouth. I mean they're both old wise guy. Knock unity will start with Jagger. Well smells like peanut butter. Did you seriously seriously I nuked US GONNA kill you. You wouldn't even know until I said some but it hasn't so smells a kind of like peanut butter. You know what I ate today. Peanut butter no after I got actually didn't eat any peanut butter and I had this massive workout and after I got done lifting lifting I had a complete cookie complete now and I don't want you can't eat like you shouldn't eat them like all the time or like a lot of them because they've got sugar but if right after weightlifting you need everything that's in it to kind of like it promotes muscle building but it tastes really frigging Yummy so shit cookie Guillermo what she's watching keeped kwacha language shit is not a bad word anyway I could save far worse we're GonNa Start with Jagger you can interject whenever you feel the need if you'd like to certain guy already did Sir Michael Philip Jagger or born July twenty sixth nineteen forty-three Giaga. He is an English singer. Songwriter actor and film producer. And if you don't know this you need smacked but whose gained fame as the lead singer of the rock band. The Rolling Stone sings with. I knew he was in SAMBA. Formed in nineteen sixty two so his career spanned over five decades. I'm he's been described as one of the most influential frontmen in rock and roll history. He has a distinctive voice and has tons of energy on the stage. He's notorious for his romantic relationships which I'll talk talk about a little later. He along with Keith. Richards have written. A Gingrich Cog who Keith Richards Everett. In a majority of the songs for the band he began a solo career in one thousand nine hundred five with Mexico reception critics as the boss. Yeah I bought that on. He was inducted into the rock and Roll Hall of fame in nineteen eighteen eighty nine with the stones which neither one of us really care about but I like to add it in there together with the stones and his solo career. He's reached number one on the charts with thirteen singles thirteen. He number one singles top ten with thirty two singles. Top forty with seventy singles. He was knighted in two thousand three for her services to popular music. which on a seems kind of like be estimate? But but that's okay. This is popular music. Yeah he was married and divorced only once but he has eight children with five Janka. That was Bianca. Okay Yeah I mean technically technically married to Daryl but Daryl Hall. Yeah Daryl and his other brother the noted actually we know he was he. Yeah wife Bianca Perez More mercy from nine hundred seventy one and seventy eight his partner Jerry. Jerry Hall I lied Jerry Hall on nine hundred. Seventy nine hundred ninety nine unofficially married from one thousand nine hundred and nine hundred ninety nine He had a really. What do these will overlap by the way? Unofficially they said they got married in an unofficial sort of ceremony in like Hawaii or some BS. So what like George Awesome Mary. Something like that. Maharishi day considered themselves married. Nobody else really did ED. So that's what that means. He had a relationship with Marianne Faithfull. Who was who is not faithful to exactly? There's so much irony. Oh she also helped wrote sister. Morphine from Nineteen seventy-one sticky fingers. That relationship was from sixty six thousand. Nine hundred seventy and you'll notice these. You wrote the song that you write about Marianne Faithfull Nathan. Oh I have no idea. I don't know this song. He wrote for Marianne Faithfull. I will tell you now. I'm going to educate lily going. I probably know is is really. I didn't know that I wrote that for Marianne Faithfull. Yup but you'll notice a lot of these years overlap. Because he liked he liked ladies so a lot of are these years he wasn't anybody. He was in a relationship with Marsha hunt who was an American actress. Novelist thing or formal multiple. Who actually was the inspiration for brown sugar from nineteen sixty nine to nineteen zero talk about brown sugar on the after show He? He had an affair with BBB. You'll the famous playboy model and then model later on from nineteen seventy four to nineteen seventy six. He had an affair with Carla Bruni. Ernie who was an Italian singer and model from one thousand nine hundred and nine hundred ninety four. He had an affair that caused the hall. Break up with Luciana Jimenez. who was a Brazilian model? The white break up the Hall Hall break up with Jerry Hall Had A relationship with Sophie Doll. who was an English model from two thousand? Twenty with Mick Jagger what do you think probably know anyway away. There were three more relationships than now. He's Melanie Hamrick is his latest Says he's still with her. But Andy Warhol painted a series of Silkscreen portraits of him. One of which but you can actually find in the hard rock in Pittsburgh pretty cool See so beaten. photogr photographed his naked button. Sold it to Sotheby's in one thousand nine hundred sixty four thousand dollars. These are just facts He is one of the contenders to Carly Simon Song. Vein a song. He also sings backing vocals on cuddled little complex. He's alluded in the song. American Pie by Don McLean but about the outsmart tragedy and Maroon five selling a song about him. Called moves like Jagger are also. The cash is starting to talk. He's mentioned in that I have the other person is a candidate for. You're so vain and I think that this is really about. How is her husband? The James Taylor. Yeah propose is much as James is an elderly gentleman now plays Acoustic Guitar and like your parents and grandparents go see him like you know the Symphony Hall. They all sit. There and ninety dollars was when James James was a young man. Even though he's saying always beautiful Kucic song he was a wild ass he was also instead he also loved drugs and he loved the Party and he was considered good looking guy and had no problems getting the ladies. So I have heard Carly Carly Simon say that you know that that it could be the key to. It is awesome. Though that that Slavia think is really the reason why someone think it's about Mick Jagger and he is a good contender for it but he does single. Yeah so that's why he might not so there's as a kind of a really fun song Do you ever watch celebrity death match when it was on the clinician fighting of two celebrities. Yes okay well. There are on there. There was a fight. Between Jagger and Steven Tyler Jagger actually wins the fight by stabbing tyler in the chest with his tone I remember that one actually. He's a Patriot of the Mick Jagger Centre which sponsors music in schools He can came up with. Jagged works to cover sport the sport of cricket. He's an avid fan of cricket. Get so now. He sponsors Cricket Games the old all the sport not the Sport it said the Jagger's performance performance is opened up definitions of gender masculinity and so laid the foundations for self intervention in. I but you know I think is like David Bowie took. Yeah another and a Rod Stewart as well yes rod search and other peacock. He is another peak he could we could be the number three Pico peacocks in rock and I think we put we put Mr Stewart's his voice has been described as a powerful tool for communicating feelings to his audience which he had an effect on ladies so that definitely would be a thing. Steven van Zandt wrote that. The exempted the acceptance of Jagger's voice on pop radio was a turning turning point in rock and roll because suddenly Van Morrison and Bob Dylan worked so weird so I get that. That's the thing and this is something that a lot of people. Don't get about a lot of people who are so used older people. Excuse me younger people who are used to you know forty fifty years of rock with all the different types of vocalist. Listen we had out there. People don't understand when Jagger came out it was very different sounding and also. He is not a lot of a lot of people I mean I think he would make himself. He's the greatest and we're GONNA make making air quotes here for those who you're just listening singer. You know what I mean. He doesn't have a voice voice. Like Steve Perry right. He doesn't have a voice like meatloaf. You know what I mean. He has one of his and he doesn't. He doesn't have a voice like Paul Paul Rogers or one of these guys like that. Have this amazing range and can really Bruce Dickinson. He's not Doing anything like that at all. He has a very different what he does. He has a thing that he does and he makes the absolute most I out of that. And it's a real lesson in taking what you got and using it and using it and using it and a leather and there's a lot of artists that came after him that really took that lesson a one of them being Kurt. Cobain was another guy like T- technically doesn't have some kind of like amazing ranger but he used what not what I had in a really really effective way and that's the thing I love about Jagger's like he uses at perfectly and he is a great frontman. I mean he is probably I mean you could say Elvis. Elvis wasn't a band. Elvis was a solo artist. So when I'm talking about a guy who fronted a band and I mean Jagger was really that kind of that first guy. The Beatles were all all played instruments. Some were kind of doing that sort of thing that turns a guy out front. I feel like they didn't have a front band frontman. He kind of kind of founded that he kind of started that you no the the sexy singer out front. WHO GETS everybody excited? WHO's peacocking you speak hockey prancing dancing? He had his own way of dancing. uh-huh yeah so it was very peacock like actually I'm he was also an twenty six films including sympathy with the devil or sympathy for the devil. GimMe shelter and the bank job and four solo albums. Twenty Five Rolling Stones Albums Studio albums and his net worth is about three hundred sixty million dollars but with that said he isn't a mate like we've said he's an amazing front man. He came up the whole concept of it and he peacocks very well. He's peacock I've seen him live to. He does peacock he's he's amazing amazing. I mean there's nothing you know. He's the guy and the comment with some of the comments. We got today when we were pulling you guys was the fact well Jagger Agar. Did I that that is true. That isn't the question that is not the not necessarily the question here Six six months or so ago. I did a podcast on the most influential guitarist in rock and everybody was mad because the person I said said it was. It was the greatest the greatest influential I was saying most influential. So keep that in mind as we continue this. Jesus talked by Lombardi strangelove. We're GONNA come right Maggie. Talk about Steven Tyler. Thanks one it. Is They Ginny. Aw possible that hurry License Take Off UH-HUH DONALD The AW Art All right. Everybody Lulu Lombardi strangelove LOMBARDI MUSIC DOT COM and get yourself a little bit of Som- something right there and check all that out there So we're talking about the peacock's Rock Jagger versus tyler. We did a little expose their on Mr Jaw. So what's With Mr Tyler Tyler Mister Gold Mr Tyler going down Steven Tyler Stephen. Victor Hugo born March twenty six move. He's a coup zone from the Bronx the Bronx March twenty six thousand nine hundred forty eight for those of you. Who Don't know American singer Songwriter? Actor and former television panelists best known as the lead singer of Boston based group aerosmith formed in one thousand nine hundred seventy so. That's eight ears after the stove. Just for comparison He also plays the harmonica piano and percussion for the band. Actually he started out as the drummer. We're I don't know if you knew that I knew that a long time ago. Yeah he wanted to always be a drummer not a frontman necessarily so. That's kind of an interesting fact. A He is best known as the Demon of screaming. And if you've ever heard him sing which hopefully people have you would know. Very few people can actually mimic a lot of Aerosmith Asong because of the way he whales and he's also known to have an onstage acrobatic performance that has gotten injured and forced me to miss shows because they cancel missile them Tyler Anyway He dresses and bright colorful outfits with his trademark scarf on the microphone. Stand In the seventies and eighties he had a drug problem that led to the band's decline in popularity person in a in rock music withdraws prowls. You know that's completely unheard of but you know it's surprising to me is everyone bitched and moaned about a drug problem. And he was a popular but then everybody now says we'll. They were better when they run drugs. Of course everybody drugs. That's what happened in a Sam. Kenniston you know you went on Howard. Stern schefter get cleaned and him Howard. Rob Mortlake refund your when you were on drugs. I Stephen went to Rehab. Incur collaborated later with run DMC. No no on the song walk this way. which was a comeback for the band and it were you what what happens? When you start going to ram now you're hanging out with rappers? What's next Steven? But it worked there. Come back here in the country thing do Well we're not saying in the wake of the new success. Tyler emerged as one of the most enduring rock icons and since the late nineteen eighty s he had said several solo endeavours endeavors including guest. Appearances on other musicians outcomes such as Alice Cooper Motley crue Santana pinkies Anderson He had film and TV appearances which included sixty eighty five of them. Of course American idol. Do them all. I'm not GONNA do them. I don't even have the sergeant pepper's decline of the Western civilization civilization and Wayne's World Two included in rolling Stone's there's one hundred greatest singers ranked third on hit paraders top. One hundred metal vocalist of all time inducted in the Rock Hall of fame in two thousand thirteen with our Smith received the Kappa word which American Society of Composers Opposers Authors and publishers. I knew you WANNA do that. was inducted into the songwriters hall of fame. Okay anche he actually launched a Rico motorcycles in two thousand thousands seven that he designs and he does charities and all the things I launched any fund in two thousand fifteen for abused women many many awards also a relationship would be bill so now now I'm questioning if live is actually Stevens. But we're not gonNA talk about that. I was married twice No no no no no no no men. Yeah I know that is definitely his daughter you can. There is no question his daughter. I mean and Sean Right Brin was like a like tried to be like a standup dude and says to this day that he was her dad because hurt because Steve was off. You know what did what did he do. He he adopted adopted some chicks. Just look it up sex with her. Oh Yeah we're going to do. He's also been known to be as ladies Man Rockstar. But the most controversial is is when in nineteen seventy five. Tyler persuaded the parents of sixteen year. Old Groupie Julia Holcomb to sign over. Guardianship Tyler so. She could live with him in Boston. Dated took drugs. He got her pregnant abortion. He regrets regrets later was married to surrender. Fox and Teresa Barrick clothing designer necks warhol model relationship with Aaron Brady got engaged now. Broke it off one Solo Album Fifteen Smith studio albums now doing vegas residency. His net worth is about one hundred and thirty million dollars ages guy now just like Tom Jones but his vegas residency actually towards over on the east coast isn't it isn't it. Isn't his Vegas resume. Well it's it's harassments okay. It's not like the Steven Tyler. Joe It is kind of this. It's kind of this. It's now it's only original guys now. I know but he's the peacock so that's why he's show so anyway. So what so so the so. That's the sort of background on the two. You Gentlemen and what I WANNA do. A real quick is run over here to run breath. I'm going to run a C.. Later I gotta take off gotta get going. I have things in places and stuff so what I wanna do is talk grow quick about what some of your picks work before we kind of making a decision. Because we're going to decide for you sucks. Doesn't it actually well usually. That's how we are so John Fox says Jaggard I. That's not the question Jason Tyler. Tattered better Atlanta Twat honey saying that day are off Prince Prince Prince Choice but she's she laughed and she says you knew that he is a P.. Con Tyler. Yeah Yeah We. We did our list of top ten peacocks Princeton Stanley Leonard. Clayton says Tyler siler Jason. Pinkney Tyler Actually Smash Jagger all day. There's a band named Jagger all that is a good vantage cody. Grace is tyler tyler. For sure. Bar jetskis Jagger Dave Laurence's Jagger. They'll make says tyler equals pin pin all and Jagger's. Chris Peacock Woo. Billy an late. Says Tyler does it. Better Rose Campbell Tyler all the way. Jeff Jagger's leading Jerry. Jones have influenced thousands of musicians including tyler. I will have something to say about that. So we'll just say that. Jeff his on debt is an Jagger camp and Jason Bateman says Tyler's full sole he has an amazing voice and a decent range to. I would the thing I would like to say about that. Is that out of the two in terms of vocal prowess tyler. Technically has the better like bigger vocal range. I mean Jagger isn't gonNA sing something like dream on. He couldn't wouldn't work. He'd be TRAE MOUND TRAIN MILE MILE dream. A dream come true. Well Yeah Air. It is something like that. Yeah so would you say you have something to say about them. Say It's in my. It's in my decision making when I give my speech on who. I chose to do that now. Sure let's want want. Why drag it out? which did we have anybody chime in? Live or not. People are actually walking shadows. Those I have Josh Monitor. Brian genevieve see John. Fox Tracy Samson Josh Monto Doro and I lost the rest but we did have nineteen and Guys if you wouldn't mind hitting the share button because it just we're we're playing some very cool bands playing Borger we had lombardi's Lombardi's trains and we're gonNA play a Kale Johnson in a minute. We're going to wrap up a sons of Apollo all really cool bands that just they're not really getting on the radio or anything like that. This you know this helps sort of promote those bands if you can do that. Preceded also shout out to Wolf's customs dot online. Get that custom paint job on your guitar. Guys know since going out there with a boring ask Guitar speaking of Guitar You WanNa Learn to rock you WANNA learn to rock like jazz rock. Quite Richards moves like Jagger rock like Richards then Check out our link in the description for jam play. We are or There were partnered with them for the next couple of months through the holidays. They're running some cool specials and it's a great way to hone own your guitar skills or if you're they've got stuff for beginners intermediate advanced so even if you're saying you know maybe just you know learn of you risk. It's just for the hell of it. You know. It's a great place totally economic. Learn at your own pace very cold. Check it out. So let's play Caleb Johnson and then we're gonNA come back and give our answer word. This is Kelly Johnson's son go. That's not the song but it's called Solihull Kennel Cam Johnson looting. Yeah call going. Yeah aw sure it shows yeah. Aw uh-huh the The man's name is Caleb Johnson. And I think you guys should check him out doug that don't hold the American idol thing against him is one of those you know those guys in there once in a while. Maybe he was on the voice. I Apologize One of those shows on one of those and they do get some guys under. That will sing rock. They don't usually win. But if you've got a great voice that you get a little bit of props a Caleb Johnson official dot dot com is the website for Caleb Johnson so Jagger Richards Riley he knew added the Tyler Jagger Tyler Jagger Tyler Perry no media no my Donna Madonna so so it is between Jagger and tyler the WHO is the greatest peacock. We took your opinions on on on facebook today. But it's the Ledeen rock and roll circus. He so we will tell you we all know. Lose The p Karna tell you what we're going to tell you what to think. So Lily. Why don't you go ahead and tell the boys and girls and how what we decided? Okay well or I. I just barely what we decided or would I decided you have your own opinion. Is the same thing. Okay so I the the king of the peacock starter was Mick Jagger. There's no denying that we're not saying that this is not who did it. I and my favorite thing is what people say. Well Tyler is just copying Jagger. We'll probably he probably has copying. But guess what and wait a minute. Let me give an example. Wait a minute and Steve revis Copying Eddie van Halen bloom away like takes it to a whole other things. So that isn't necessarily we all have our influences influences and you guys right lily that come along and take the thing and take it to the next level and right so everybody gets their shorts in its snit. We're just going to go out and say and what I needed to say is about this. was that Tyler. Yes probably copied Jagger. I guess what he made it his own. He made a better. He's the bigger Peacock Tyler wins in my lonely Opole at work tyler. One at work three Jagger a landslide brought you you down. Sorry he's a great front man. Tyler wins sorry goes. I didn't know you were agreeing with me on that. I really argue with you. I knew you were coming coming from all we talked about before. I knew we weren't with that and I do realize that. Aerosmith is one of my favorite bands. But I actually trying to go on the drager track. I mean there's it's nothing against I mean it just thing I mean it's just thing thing don't don't get speaking of great frontmen here. I want you hear some amazing singing. I really WANNA kill you right back. I don't know what this background music is. Came from. Just just somebody who is smoking some crazy stuff but this but I want you guys to check out this singing and I want you guys to tell me like I think this might be the greatest singing amazing the we have to look forward to in two thousand twenty. Even though it's it is yet. What are those words and sings why? God here's the thing. Okay wait a minute Before we do that before you go. Here's the thing I want you got you have to hear some of the comments Okay so so. Everybody is a youtube video. Everybody is commenting like saying nasty things about Vince Neal but some of these comments comments like prices. You guys are awful. I'm quite impressed with this. He didn't stop to eat one. Vince is one of those few people that looked healthier while they were still on those. Stay on here we go here. Go guys guys. Let's stop criticizing. He's obviously got enough on his plate. I ah the insensitivity here is real. Do some research on the poor guy poor guy and you'll learn that after this show. He had to be carried right away in an ambulance because following the final song he immediately went into Labor favorite part was hob Alaba Chichi. Doom Table Laba Xiaohua also was due Ouaga. So it's an instant classic. It's like Bob Dylan and a stroke. While i Bob Dylan had a stroke while high on molly and started screaming for help so you guys have I. I put the link. I put the link in the show notes for this. But they're they're they're torn. Here's the thing okay. I am not happy about this event or this suspenseful yeah. I'm not happy about this Motley crue thing I wanted to leave it where it was five years ago and never opened it up again. Yes they are one of my favorite bands. I don't necessarily like them live. I heard them live good good once in Florida when I was sober about. How many years ago was that? That was. We're going on ten years and Vince. Neil's Neil sounded good the last time I saw him by. That's hit or miss. He's hitter hit or miss now. Video here was a mess. That's obviously miss with that. That said I do WanNa see DEF leppard again so I will go see that show just for that. I've never seen leopard or crew or poison. Oh well so you hobbies. I'm thinking about I'm thinking to go if it comes. Oh and Josh Montemurro you're going To drag you there and so yeah I mean the whatever. It's you know I mean Monte crooked whatever the hell they want I I literally had some kind of contract that said they were yeah. They made this a huge deal. They went online. They went on the air with everything with this contract. made it a huge frigging deal. Everybody knew they were going to break it. I just wish they would've left it. Make Mars about the di- leave the way. They're doing it so he gets one last had one last he's done Also so you guys are upset. Be there was a thing that came out today about Eddie having to be hospitalized having some reaction to medication first of all it's TMZ TMZ ambulance chasers. Who knows could have had a freaking cold? Like I mean don't get it could have felt onstage. Anything could have happened like like interest just because like the last time I heard this and then and then he was talk concert the next day taking pictures of and I'm just tell so like just like I mean also I would hope that like his family wouldn't put up pictures and stuff of him like with like tubes and stuff like that but I mean I think we would want to remember Eddie as star that he truly is not as you know it all happens you know we all are having an appointment with the pine box. I know that but it's not the kind of thing that I think we is. 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What was Tin Pan Alley?

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What was Tin Pan Alley?

"Hey, friends may twenty-eighth on NBC. It's the groundbreaking new series from the executive producer of the voice song land where you're gonna see the next great hit song being made. Each week a guest artists in three of the top producers, and music will work with unknown songwriters to create the next hit song petering, some of the top stars music, top producers and music and get this, at the end of each episode the artists picks one writer song to be there next it, then right after the show, the song was released to the public. So don't miss the premier song land on Tuesday may twenty eighth on NBC and listen to song podcasts on iheartradio app ever. You get your podcasts. Hanes. Speaking of songwriters. Here's some trivia, can you name the top three song writers, who've written number one hits? Number three is going to surprise you. The answer is coming up. Welcome to step, you should know a production of I heart radio. How stuff works? Hey, and welcome to the podcast. I'm Josh Clark, and there's Charles, w took Bryant and there's Jerry over there. And this is new. The superstar. The old timey superstar. Yeah. Man. I thought this was super cool. It Tim pan alley. Yeah. This is one of those things where I've I sort sorta new at tin pan. Alley was, and you always have heard that term thrown around, but I never really really got it until this episode. Yes. Same here, and it's pretty cool like the term tin pan. Alley T I N full stop. P A N alley forgot the second full stop their full stop. I just wanna make sure people know it's not one word like tin pan, right? It's two words. Right. But that is linguistically speaking. That's a cynic. What it is, you know what that is. Right. I've seen the movie. Man that movie. Jeez. Come out the Charlie Kaufman thing, right? Sure. Yeah. Yeah connected. He said, Deke New York. Yes. So connect the key is. It's when a specific place stands in for a broader term, like Wall Street like Wall Street's r real street, but Wall Street also means like the finance industry. Right. Or hollywood. Hollywood's are real place. Okay. This makes a lot more sense than the Charlie Kaufman movie. Yeah. So. So tin, pan alley is, is a bunch of things. It was a place. Right. And in New York City, which we'll get to in a second like exactly where, and it was also referred to sort of the beginnings of the music publishing industry and genre as well. Yep. Does kind of a lot of things, but it, it stems from the root of a tin pan, like a ten pan or a was a cheap piano, like if you had a really cheap, Pino, you would say it sounds ten Pani, right? Because that's what the hammer on the Piano's hitting his Tim pans rather than strings. Yes, it sounds just like a real tinny tone like you're beating on ten pan. So that's where the term originally came from. And depending on who you ask this area of New York was called tin pan alley. Because perhaps a journalist, I wrote about it all the sounds coming from the songwriters from these buildings on this one block sounded like tin pan alley, right? It's no exaggeration to say tin pan out by specifically this little stretch in New York like block, or so maybe less than a block it, it's a it's a block. Okay was the place where the American popular music industry was born. Yes. So it's specifically twenty eighth street between six and Broadway kind of between Chelsea and kipps bay a little north west of like the flat iron building. Gotcha. And it's interesting to think that like the muse the beginnings of music distribution wasn't like pre phonograph from pre records. There was still music distribution. But it was it was sheet music. Right. Right. So I think Chuck, we should get back in the way back to go to an indeterminate part of the mid nineteenth century the United States. Let's do it. So, like you said, if source poop everywhere. A lot of it. It's like you said, if you wanted to hear music, you had basically two choices you could go here played live somewhere everywhere from barbershop quartet to maybe an orchestra or aboard. Right. Or you could have a family member who knew how to play music, and by a piano and have it in your home. Does where your two two ways to, to hear music? Because everywhere there was no such thing as radio. Let's just let's just say it everybody, there was no radio there wasn't. And if you think about it radio was was, you know, we, we take it so much for granted today, but it was a, a huge watershed change in the way that Americans in the world heard their music you could just hear it at home being played by professionals like the most the, the greatest musicians you've ever heard, you can just sit around and listen to your home, whereas just years before a few years before you had to listen to your twelve year old try to bang out some song on the piano, that you just bought and that was your option aside from going to hear it live. And so, this, this whole idea of the music industry, being born is basically predicated on two things. Chuck one was the fact that pianos were starting to become ubiquitous in American houses. Yeah. And people were learning how to play those pianos so music, instruction became kind of widespread and then Secondly cop. Copyright law started to really solidify in the United States in the nineteenth century. And so that sheet music became much more valuable than it was before. Yeah. Like if you can't, like I can't read cheap music, I, I can't either. Yeah, I learned to play guitar by ear and kind of every friend. I know that it's a musician except for a couple learned by ear if you came up formerly through high school band or something like that. Or maybe just private music instruction, then you may be able to read music. But back in the day, if you could not instill today, if you could not play by ear, the only way to do so was through sheet music. And that was that was the first commodity in the music business was literally just selling sheet music to people, right? So it's hard to wrap your head around now but that was the commodity it is hard to wrap your head around. But if you think about sheet music is basically the predecessor to the cassette or the record or the CD or the MP three it's the exact same thing. It's just to, to hear it. Does what you went and bought at the store, and then you came in played it rather than listening to somebody else playing it. Yeah. And like they sold a lot of them like, the, the very first hit that tin pan. Alley put out and this was a period. I mean, this was an eighteen eighty one when wait till the clouds, roll by was put out so tin pan alley generally was early. Eighteen eighties till. All early nineteen twenty s or so. I saw late nineteen twenties was really. Yeah. Yeah, I guess, you know, you can never say when it was dead dead. Right. But in one month in eighteen eighty one they sold seventy five thousand copies of sheet music to wait till the clouds roll by. Right. That's amazing. Yeah. Because this was it was a good song. And people wanted to hear the song, so they went and bought the sheet music. Yes. So that was one thing. Right. So there's she music that was how you got the stuff out. And but even before wait till the clouds, roll by which it seems like it was probably America's first number one smash hit. Yeah. Prior to that, there was plenty of sheet music to be sold, but it was a largely like church hymns ring. It was it was. There was a lot that were sold for schools. Yeah. And like I said, copyright law changed it allowed Tim penalty to develop and it did. So in two ways one like the court started taking copyrights for music seriously in the second half of the nineteenth century. So you could actually enforce your copyright against people who were infringing on it, and then Secondly, the courts, the supreme court and specifically said, hey, if you wrote a song outside of America, when it comes to America, it of enjoys, you can copyright it in America to which means that the music publisher source of free sheet music, which was just, basically stealing foreign music printing it out, in sheet music form, and then selling it and not paying any royalties, because it enjoyed no copyright protection that source dried up and so all of a sudden this American music that they, they had to pay for. Now seemed a lot more attractive. Because now they pay for the, the music generated overseas too. So this copyright law and the fact that more more people were learning to play piano. And so you had an actual market for sheet music those two things came together. All right. Let's take a break. I feel like it's pretty good setup. Okay. And we'll come back and talk a little bit about who these music publishers were, and how they went about their work early on and the tin pan. Alley era right after this. Hey, everyone. Now it's time for that. Trivia answered the top three songwriters, who pin number one hits top two shouldn't surprise you. Number one is Paul McCartney with thirty two. Okay. Number two, is fellow Beatle, John Lennon with twenty six check. And number three, Josh max Martin with twenty three. He's the Swedish songwriting sensation behind hits for artists like Britney, Spears, and Arianna Guerande and everyone in between. That's pretty amazing Chuck. It is amazing. But have you ever wondered how songwriters do what they do in the first place? It's a really nice segue, buddy. It turns out if that floats, your boat, then you need to tune in on may twenty eighth on NBC for the groundbreaking new series from the executive producer of the voice. It's called song land. That's right. Song land features some of the top stars music, like John legend, the Jonas brothers and macklemore, those top stars work with unknown songwriters to great the next hit song, and then they're paired with Grammy winning producers in at the end of each episode the artists picks. One of the writer songs to be their next hit. And then get this right after the show, the song is released to the public. So don't miss the premier song man Tuesday may twenty eight on NBC Muslim song, lands podcasts them. Iheartradio app ever. You get your podcast. Oh an before we go. Chuck, there's a little bit of trivia, we got another question. The three producers on song land, each represented different genre pop country in our and be an amazingly all three of worked with these same superstar artists. Can you name that superstar artists? And if you can't don't worry because the answers coming up. All right. So we've been throwing around the term music publishers, a lot, and that sorta means a different thing now than it did back then. But back then music publishers, some of them wrote songs to be sure. But generally, they did not a lot of the early publishers out of tin pan alley had backgrounds as sales people. All right. So there was a guy name very successful publisher name is a door wit, Mark. He started out selling water filters, another one named Leo Feist, sold course it's another one named Joe stern and Edward B marks sold neckties and buttons. And a lot of these people I guess we should point out to came over from Europe a lot. We're Jewish, some African American songwriters. Like they were minorities kind of for the most part early on it feels like right. And they, they saw a huge opportunity in this music business. That was starting to coalesce. Because prior to this, I mean, there were, there were music publishers, but it was basically, some guy who worked at a printer who had a friend who could transpose music by ear, and they would just take some song that they heard and, and turn it into sheet music, and start selling it or they worked at the music store in the music store. Basically did the exact same thing. And so everyone was ripping off everyone else's songs, and anybody could be a music publisher. But when those copyrights started to become enforced, it became much more valuable to invest in original music because you could make a lot more money off of it. So those those a lot of those Jewish immigrants and a lot of the African American songwriters and composers kind of coalesced into New York they came from Boston in Detroit, and Atlanta and Saint Louis and all over the country and all those towns lost their publishing houses, and they all move to new. York, and they very specifically moved to this one little stretch on twenty eighth street, and it became Tim pan alley, and it's really interesting to look at, like how it worked back then and how it sort of mirrored, how MU like music grew out of that model. Really and change in some ways. But kind of stayed the same in a lot of ways to like you always hear about music contracts, and how terrible they are for rock musicians or pop musicians. And it was kind of the same way back. Then these, these publishers got together. They created this songwriting factory on this block of buildings through different companies, and they would get they would recruit songwriters to come in. They had different arrangements. Sometimes they would just buy it outright from you, including the rights to change the name of who wrote it, right? Sometimes they would have the right to throw one of the other more, I guess, once they had, you know stabbed themselves another coach. Author's name on there, but they would just, you know, say write these songs write these songs, and we're going to buy them from you and we're going to try and make them pop. Like you couldn't put him on the radio. So we're going to try and get them popular by getting them onto vaudeville and on stage and sending not in moles, I guess, but it was almost like early Paola right? Sending these performers and devolved Ville to sing these songs, perform these songs and people like well that's pretty catchy. I, I want that right? That's how they that's how they marketed it and that was like the whole thing, like if, if you it was the first time that the that music became an industry, because there was almost an assembly line feel to it where they would have feelers out to find out like what people were into music at the time one of the one of the early transitions that Tim panel underwent was when it started. It was a it was a factory for churning out like comedic often deeply racist songs. Lots of ballads, just what you think of a super old timey songs right? And then the public started to get kind of bored with that. And they decided that they kinda like this ragtime thing that the Scott Joplin fella has has started to create, and so Tim pan alley. This is classic. Tim panel went out figured out, how to play ragtime started co-opting the ragtime genre in created pop music. So they took what was a really difficult kind of music. It's called syncopated rhythm where you've got a melody within a rhythm right? So, you know, ragtime, right, sure. Okay. So they figured out how to take this very difficult thing. And kind of Papa FAI it to make it easy for the audience to play. Because again, here's the thing, they're not saying, hey, you're the best of the best studio musician. We've got this really tough song over here. That sounds great. But it's really tough to. Play. We want to pay you to complete it. We're going to record it and distribute it onto the radio fed didn't exist yet. They had to figure out how to take difficult songs kind of dumb them down into something catchy and memorable and importantly, easy to play, so that they could sell that sheet music to local musicians, or those barbershop quartets, or so that the twelve year old at home. Could play it for the rest of their family. And so that is how they kind of started take popular music, and make it even more popular. They decided what music was popular based on what, what the what America was starting to get into at the time. Yeah. And they would there were these musicians called song, Plugger 's, so how it would work is a music publisher in tin pan. Alley would by a song or the rights to a song off of, of a musician, who wrote it, maybe put their own name on it. And then they would give that song to a song Plugger, who is a musician. He would go and perform this at a music. Shop that may be sold pianos or something like that. And this was pre radio how they got the music out in the public and it was it was crazy. The song loggers got money, Irving. Berlin started out as a song Plugger, right? And so it's kind of, like if you go to a grocery store on a Saturday, and they'll be sitting there giving out samples of something. Sure. And you'll say, oh, this, this cheese with his cracker tastes really good. I'm going to go by this cheese in these crackers. This is the exact same thing except you would say, oh, the song sounds really good. I'm going to buy the sheet music. That's what music plugs were four. That's how they got the word out. They that's how they advertise. The music was to play them. And then another way to do. It is like you were saying they would set vaudeville shows up or musical reviews or Broadway shows, whatever with these popular songs and the song writers to, to help get him out that way, too, so that audiences would go here these things. So you could hear them in the music shop, you could hear him at the theater. You. You might hear them. Well, it's basically it is the theater in the music shop where the two main venues, unless I'm forgetting one. Yeah. And they would that was the, the plugging, but there was also booming. So, yeah. Like I said he had Irving Berlin in, like, George Gershwin started out as a song Plugger, Al Sherman started out as a song Plugger. But if you wanted to be more aggressive than that, even you do something called booming, which is you had by, like twenty five tickets to a show. You would have the Plugger up, they're playing the song. And then those twenty five people were plant basically that already knew the song that would sing along to it. And then everyone, you know, the only thing better than hearing a great song for the first time in nineteen ten in New York City is hearing twenty five people around you singing it, and go, and you're thinking, how have I been missing out on this thing? Right. And that may be the first time it was ever performed in public. And it was all just a big kind of a big. Scam. It was hilarious though, that that's how you just look around and suddenly be overcome with foam. Oh, so you'd be into this new song and run out and buy the sheet music, I guess early foam on. So, so there was this process to all this, and like you said, like you could be a like a no name composer, who would show up at Tim pan alley with the song that you're trying to sell. And if it was good the publisher might buy it. But like you said, you would get some sort of terrible contractor, they would buy it outright. Take your name off of the competition and put their own name on there. But they also hired composers I think like you were saying to where they were they were they had they had a few hits under their belt. So they had a steady gig at the music publisher, and their contract was a little better, but they were not in creative control for the most part where the music, publisher would say, hey, everybody's into this ragtime make me some ragtime songs, everybody's into this jazz in this blue stuff. Make me some blues e kind of stuff that I can turn around and sell and the competition was really fierce among the, the in house composers. Because just because you composed a song doesn't mean it was going to be turned around and transcribed in sheet music. And then. When people would buy it like you, you had to basically audition, your song to see whether it made it to the next level. And so in tin pan alley. And this is where it got its name, there would be, you know, no name composers house composers vaudeville acts all running around playing music from these open windows because there wasn't air conditioning back then. And so at any given time you'd walk down tin pan alley, and there'd be a dozen or scores of different songs all being played on this Pia knows streaming out of the windows onto the street at the same time. And that's where that, that reporter Monroe Rosenfeld came up with the idea Tim panel. He said when he was walking on the street. He was kind of describing what that was like you said it sounded like, you know, bunch of Tim paints being struck at once. Yeah. And this, this whole area of New York, this one block just really be became like a creative. Well, there were vaudeville theaters. There were play theaters, like it was sort of the earliest incarnation of the theater district before it moved toward. Times Square and then other parts of the entertainment industry, obviously, were drawn to that area variety magazine. That's where it I popped up on that block when it was called the clipper, the William Morris talent agency had an office on that block. And it was just sort of the, you know, after I think Boston Chicago Cincinnati, and I think one other city kind of where the early seats of the early music industry. It all roundly landed in New York and just such a creative area and era. It's so neat to think about too, because that's happened in places before where if you take a bunch of creative people in jam into a small area, just amazing stuff happens like you can do something as big as birth of a gene row of music, or, like pop music, which is like a an umbrella. It's not even a genre. There's John RAs underneath pop music. You know where something that big can happen when you get that many creative people tha? Gather in one place to we take another break. Sure. All right. Let's take another break. And we'll talk about some of these songs these composers in the great American songbook right after this. Here's the trivia, everybody calm down. The producers on song leeann have created hits in pop country and Rb an amazingly they've all worked with the same artist. Who is that artist? None other than America's treasurer Kelly Clarkson country, hitmaker shea McNally arm. Be fee nom. Ester dean in one Republic frontman and Grammy winning producer. Ryan Tetter have all worked with Kelly and they all love her. It's going to be amazing to see what these producers do when they come together with superstar talent and unknown songwriters each week on song land. Don't miss the premiere of song land Tuesday may twenty eighth on NBC and listen to song lands podcasts on the iheartradio app, rever you get your podcast. All right. So there's money being made Ted a lot of money even for early on. I mean, I can't imagine what sheet music costs, but there were selling so much of it, it added up Irving, Berlin. I mean he went on to start his own music publishing business, but early on when he was just pumping out tunes in nineteen seventeen. He made about one hundred thousand dollars a year in royalties. Yeah. That's that's nine hundred seventeen dollars to right? Yeah. And these songs like these are some standards. It's what's known as the standard American songbook, just like it's an unofficial designation, but they're considered to be like, the, the classics of the early early twentieth century. Like I mean, we all still no, these songs stuff like ain't she sweet. I ain't she sweet. Down the street. What you know that one. I've not heard boy baby face. Yes. Got the cutest, little baby fae. Yeah. So it makes me smile. By the light of the silvery moon. Give my regards to Broadway. Sure. Happy days are here again over there. A lot of this had to do with, like wartime early, wartime stuff. Right. Sweet Georgia Brown. Take me out to the ball game yen that them particular we got to say that was written by two guys, Jack nor worth and Albert von tiller. Yeah. They'd never seen a ballgame before. Well, maybe that's what they were saying. But. Oh, yeah. Out to the ball game because I've never been right. Exactly. And they changed that one, but that was so Tim pan alley like where it's like everybody's into baseball right now. So let's make a song about baseball, you U2. we've never seen a baseball game doesn't matter make make me a song. And that's that's how take me out to the ball game was formed. Yeah. I think under one of the like you said earlier, some of the earliest work with, like, kind of humorous comedy songs. One that still stands out today believe, from that genre is yes, we have been in. Which I always thought was kind of funny when I was a kid. It's a little funny, and I guess I still do if I'm being honest. There is also. I'm yeah you can go down this line. And there's some pretty substantial songs that were were written during this time. And not all of them were stand alone. A lot of them like I said earlier were created for musical revue. Yeah, America, the beautiful was written by Irving, Berlin for a musical, revue called. Yip. Yip. Yup. Pank which no one has heard of though in does anymore. But it was it was meant to be performed an produced by soldiers that had eight show run. But the the song, obviously America, the beautiful has survived long beyond that, because it became an American standard. So these these vehicles that were built around to kind of get the song out there to the public faded away, but the songs themselves have stood the test of time. Yeah. Absolutely. I think he pulled it from that production or was it? Original production or did he pull it? I think it was in the original one, while he, eventually pulled it out of the production, then because he thought it was too sentimental. And then that song went on to be the one that everyone remembers. Yeah. You're right. You're right. Didn't show up in there. But you also said, so you mentioned Irving Berlin forming his own publishing house. He was a quintessential rags to riches story for tin pan alley, where he was like a waiter in a cafe became a song, Plugger, one of those guys who plays songs to basically as marketing couldn't read sheet music, new everything by ear had a friend transposed the songs he came up with into into actual music. That's a pretty good little factoid there. The Berlin couldn't read or write music. Right. And then he became a well known composer. And then he became such a well known composer, he opened his own publishing house, and then started making one hundred thousand dollars a year in royalties amazing. There was another guy named Charles. Harris who is one of the earlier success stories, I think, in eighteen ninety three or two he had a song called after the ball and he just knew it was a gem, because he offered it to a publisher and they offered him a price for it that he was like, that's way too low. I'm going to set up my own publishing house, and he did. And he started selling it and was making something like twenty five thousand dollars a week, eighteen nineties money which is seven hundred grand a week cow. This guy just went from. Nobody to seven hundred grand a week ended up selling five million copies of his song after the ball. And if you listen to it now, it's not that good, frankly. It's not. But bully for him. It's no ain't she sweet. No. It's amazing man people like popular music hit the world. Like, you know, like a lightning bolt from the beginning. Yes, because it was so ultra tailored for the American public again, they would take ragtime which was a Scott Joplin creation and Scott Joplin was the son of a slave. He was an African American. A lot of people thought he was white still to this day. A lot of people think he was white because of his, his name, frankly, and it was the predecessor ragtime was the predecessor to jazz. And it had like a real like feel to a real soul. Everybody's heard like some of the original ragtime music like the entertainer maple leaf rag. And if you can't immediately bring those to mind, just go to YouTube, and you'll be like out, okay? Of course that. But the idea that, that Tim pan alley could just kind of come along and take this Kuldeep sofa music and pop. By basically, to make it palatable to audiences in particular white audiences, who had the most money at the time that was, why would why became so successful. It was almost dumbed down was music. That was dumbed down in a way to make it a appeal to as many people as possible, or even worse co opted, by white publishers, and producers to be used in minstrel shows. Yeah. This version of music, this new genre of music, that was so unique in the Harlem renaissance by Scott Joplin was co opted for minstrel show. So shameful. Yes. So there's a real debate going on. Now about the legacy of tin pan alley in some ways. And some people point to it and say, look, these guys were churning out the most eye popping Lee racist songs. They that America has ever come up with. Yes to be sure they were. They were coming. They were selling them to the masses and in doing this, because this was the origin of popular music, they were really effectively perpetuating, racial stereotypes, and embedding them more than they ever had been before because people were not being mass audiences were being reached, like they were with this early sheet music. And so in this in this respect, Tim doesn't deserve to be revered. A respected estimated as a historical landmark is the real fight. Yeah. That that's like as recently as late last month. I believe China, there was a landmark commission city landmark commission meeting where this was being debated. Right. Well, yeah. And so, like you said some people were saying that on one hand other people are saying. Yeah. But so many of these Raju immigrants in ethnic minorities. So many of them were African American songwriters and tin pan. Alley was also the home to the first black owned and operated music publishing business in the country. Yeah. Some people are saying, look like yes, it was taken in co opted to be popular, but so we're operettas imbalanced. That's just what they did. It wasn't. It wasn't meant to be offensive to African Americans in a as a matter of fact, it was basically these Jewish immigrants saying, I kind of identify with your plight. I wanna preserve. And celebrate this exposed this music to as many people as possible, and that some people pointed this process, and Tim pan alley as the way that the African American arts, became exposed to the larger the larger population of America the time. Yeah, it's pretty interesting. Yeah. So that, that debates going on. That's where the idea of whether or not this area should be designated. An historic landmark is, is falling right? Yeah. And like you said, it's kind of hard to pinpoint an actual death date of tin pan alley. Because these things like that happen gradually over time, but technology like it has so many other times, kind of killed the notion of tin pan alley didn't it? That's a really good point right through the radio, the radio radio killed the old timey sheet music star and had video killed the radio star. Right. Exactly. So again, you didn't need to make sheet music any longer, or you certainly didn't have to learn to play sheet music at home. If you wanted to enjoy music, if you could just by a radio people quit buying pianos, and yeah. It's kind of sad. It is said, it would be nice if everybody was walk around and knew how to play piano, like hotel lounges would be a lot more interesting, right? Yeah. But that's I mean, once the radio came along everybody said, so long sheet music. I hated you all along. But you are my only option now. I can listen to, like Benny Goodman, and all of these other cats who are super hip, and really good at what they're doing and I want to I want to listen to their, their music, and not only did technology killed Tim panel in this sheet music publishing industry, but it also changed the, the genre a little bit kind of skewed it more into. Swing and yeah. Big band some of the stuff that came out of the thirties, onward, or that was really kind of where that transition went yet. Have you ever been somewhere where they have a public piano in seen someone just walked by and sit down and blow minds? Didn't you see Gregg Allman do that? God. No. If you know, someone who saw that please trying to remember who it was because I need to hear that story. I'll try to remember, I can't remember who it was. That's pretty amazing. Okay. I don't think I'm making this up. Let me let me specific mental Rolodex, but have you ever seen that? Sure. Just like you're I mean, not Gregg Allman, but I've seen your regular average person sit down at piano in like while someone New York, does this from time to time they'll have on a sidewalk in a park or something. And in Atlanta, they have won over an Atlantic station of seeing people do it there. And it's always just really cool. And that makes me miss, the fact that PNO like a lot more people used to learn piano than they do. Now, I think I would love to know how to play the piano to let's say time for that. Very reason because I'd love to be able to sit down and just want to guide so bad right someday too late. I remember the first time I saw it was at a student council retreat in high school. There was this one. All the student councils from the county get together over the course of a weekend or a week, and do stupid stuff and learn about leadership, but that was his, there's always like this one guy on student council at another school. Man. He didn't seem like a student council type. He seems like he's thirty this guy did, and he was on student council as some other school, but he was like, you know, had like the rat shirt, and it was just sort of a, like a dirty metal head of bad boy, of student council, totally was in those piano in one of the lobby is of the dormitories where we stayed at berry college in Rome, Georgia. And on the very last day there were a bunch of people hanging out in there in this dude goes over and sits down in just crushes it. And I remember seeing the girls in the room and thinking that guy has got it all going on, like, that's the key, man, and that boy, the rat t-shirt grew up to be Greg. Have you have you ever been to sig gold's request room? That you mean friend Joe McGinty owns it. He's co owner of it, and he plays piano there. It's just like sing along piano, karaoke. Oh, wow. And it is amazing. I cannot believe you haven't been there yet. You have. So does one person played the piano, and things along Joe McGinty plays, and then no. Like, like people can sing along, if you want, but it's really one person go out there and doing karaoke with Joe accompanying you on the piano. Okay. Well, I've done. I've done the rock and roll live band karaoke before. Oh, yeah. Here in Atlanta, which is a lot of fun. Okay. What do you do that somewhere in the highlands at the dark horse? Maybe. Okay. Yeah. That sounds right. Yeah. I went for my birthday couple years ago and did cheap trick surrender and did a pretty good job. If I may say, so is that surrender parentheses dream police? Two different song. Okay. Is it surrender parentheses? I want you to want me. That's the one okay? It's funny at the one in Atlanta. There's, you know, the DJ English Nick no way was on the radio like radio DJ. Yeah. He's still has. Sure Nicot Lanta, he hosted and he is the, the, the emergency backup. If you're no good because being bad at karaoke. No fun. But being bad at live band. Karaoke is really no fun for anyone. So he stands back there. And if you're not very good, he singing along with you. And he will just give the signal to sort of, do a little upping his vocals, and boring. Vocals, the slice across your neck like that. I think it's just like an ice. And I remember being nervous. I was like, oh, man, if they if they bring up English Nick during surrendering be mortified, but they didn't and afterward. He gave me a nod like good job. But. Oh, you got the nod from English, Nick. Yeah, it means a lot. I have the opposite story. Oh, what happened went to Clermont lounge to do karaoke years back? Okay. Chose to do darling Nikki. Oh, interesting in the middle the, the karaoke DJ breaks in and goes, it's like William Shatner singing. Isn't it? Oh my God. They're supporting dancing. A really just hanging on by your fingernails. You got to stop it insulted. Mid song mid song. But I finished buddy good. Yeah. I would literally pay one hundred dollars to have seen that. I wager that it would have been worth two fifty okay. It was pretty pretty bad. Do we have anything else on tin pan alley? I forgot what we were talking about Chuck. Well, we should we're not going to get into it here. We should do a full show on as though. Yeah. Because yet another thing that early Irving. Berlin did was create ask cap, the American society of composers and performance. Right. I think producer's producers didn't even have it in front of me. But they basically protect and register copyrights for artists. Yeah. It's so convoluted to these days. Yeah. Yeah. I think it definitely deserves it something. But that was another thing that was born out of Tim panel. Yeah. And you know what I am living in the future now because I have a turntable now, finally again, after many, many years of not having one that I can play wirelessly throughout all the speakers. In my home. Oh. And that amazing. That is the future for sure that you can actually do that. And it sounds great. And now I just went to the record store for the first time in a long time yesterday. In bought thirteen records a traded in probably five hundred CDs to get thirteen records. He was like, I'll give you one hundred and thirty bucks for the lot, and I was like fine fine. Just get these stupid ninety CDs away from me. Now they're great. But it was just felt like I should pay him to take. All these off my hands. Did you still have the jewel cases? Oh, yeah. They were all or something that you will. And so yeah, about records for the first time. And I'm gonna make that a when we go onto her now. And when I travelling to make it a point to go into local record stores again. I think that's I really, really had a good time. Thumbing through records. It was a lot of fun. I'll go with you text me. Yeah. Let's do it. Okay. I think that's it for ten pan. Alley. I p Tim, depending on your viewpoint I guess. Yeah. There needs to be a great. Another was a movie in the forties called tin pan alley. But someone should do a really good look at the early burgeoning film. I'm sorry movie in almost. Oh boy. Music industry, you about ten pantley. It'd be it would be. There's so many characters involved, just put Hugh. Jackman in a shark NATO in it. And by the way, he's got called out for bringing back bread. I did. I said in some episodes, I think the diving bell episode that we should bring bread back. I guess that's what the kids, all say, I didn't realize that. But, like at least ten people emails and said, yes, millennials are talking about getting that bread. It's like they are I guess so I like to think that I had absolutely nothing to do with that. No. But you were the seed. Do you think so you never know man? Let me before we go. Chuck, I do have one more thing. We'll have to give a shout out to what I consider as the greatest song to come out of Tim panel Ali. And I believe it was an Irving. Berlin song. Yeah. It was let's have another Cup of coffee. Have you heard? That's all we use that for something didn't we? I don't remember we probably did. Because it's prominent in one of my favorite movies of all time. Paper moon. It was a great song. I love that song so much if you haven't ever heard that song, go listen to it because it's one of the most just blindly optimistic songs of all time, and it's about coffee and pie. Okay. Now, that's it. Now I've got nothing else. If you know, more about Tim pan alley, you can go read up on it, and maybe follow, whether it's going to get designated as an historic landmark or not, we'll find out in the meantime, it's time for a listener mail. So this is just a very sweet Email from someone. Hey guys, I'm sure you receive emails like this all the time, but I would be remiss if I didn't thank you for all the wonderful work, you do have had a really tough time with mental illness, and there have been a lot of nights. You're wonderful podcast staved off panic attacks or worse. Thank you for keeping me. Calm educated. And thank you for making me feel safe. Even in perilous circumstances. Thank you for giving me something to talk about. When my depression, this kept me in a fog without your massive backlog, and seemingly endless supply of fresh fascinating subjects. I surely would be lost spend some time, researching, and I can truly appreciate just how much time and energy going and becoming familiar enough with something to explain it as simply as you guys, do your superheroes in Rockstars from the bottom of my heart. Thank you for the wonderful work. You do. You've truly saved me kindest warmest. Regards, Georgia has really lovely Georgia, if we're ever in a town near you, you, our guest listed. Yes. Wow. Chuck. I think that was a really good idea. Thanks a lot, Georgia. That was very sweet Email. We appreciate it. We're glad we could help in some, some small measure. Thank you very much for the kudos, if you want to send us kudos, we love that kind of thing, including kudos, the candy bar. I remember this kudos, they were great. Yeah. 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Wonderful! 88: Blast Off Boy

"Hi. This is Rachel McElroy. Hello. This is Griffin McElroy. And this is wonderful three to one blastoff where we going planet. Thankfulness. Oh. How about me and Rachel captain, Rachel and put on the astronaut helmet and get in the big ship, and we're gonna blast off to, and we're going to my favorite Elton, John song, the planet of thankfulness or the lyrics to saying. All right, right, right. And it's like I think we're blessed enough to new lands. So hold my hand and homo other hand don't think that you're holding hands at all. No, no, no. I'm a blessed off boy. Yeah. Bul last. That's a pretty good one as we already have the title. Yeah. It really can. And that's why we wrote this, but at a time so here's how this whole thing came together. Rachel I around waiting like six o'clock Henry was eaten dinner. We were like we have a little bit of time we've got in the writer's room. We sat down with Stefan, we sat down with daisy nam you're like guys put our heads together. We gotta come up with a good bit. That's going to have a good name for it in the beginning of the episode. And they're like, what if you did like a Elton John thing, but you called it blastoff? Boy, and Rachel was like that's not gonna work. But then she didn't come up with anything better. Yeah. Now that's usually how it goes down. Yeah. You any small wonders your twenty nineteen Stanley Cup champion Saint Louis blue. Do not even a small wonder though, this that we need a new lake. We have wonders small wonders we need, like macro one that can last several unders, an eternal wonder, holy crap. Guys. This was the most exciting sports thing. I think I've ever witnessed it was incredible games game seven game sevens. The Bruins took in Boston. Really rubber noses we know for a fact. We have some Boston fans in the group. So I don't wanna rub your specific noses in it. But boy, Howdy, it felt good to just get one dunked right in there had that last game was incredible. It was just like everything was firing on all of the cylinders that there were, there were news. They've found new cylinder, new cylinders shows. Yeah. That was really good. I wanna do a tie fish cakes. I think it's called, I'm going to butcher this, but it's Todman PLA. And I get them every time that we have well, a tire restaurant that has to them. I don't know how you feel about these little bad boys by think they're real good. I do like them. I mean do I like them as much as the twenty nineteen Stanley Cup champion Saint Louis blues? No, no. But what if they did fill the Stanley Cup up with that, like dope? Dipping sauce. That has all that spicy sediment, sort of floating on the top of it, and then you could dip your law right in there. That's fun is fun. I love all the Cussing that the boys did when they Nutro these voice got very excited when they won the trophy, they did a lot of cusses, and the that did get on that did get on TV. So that's it. That's a shame. They hate that just real excited. And can you blame him? They won the Stanley Cup of the first time ever. Hey, guess what? What you go first this week. Oh, okay. Should I start out with my my jammer or should I start out with my slammer? Well, I have a jammer that I'm going to do second. So maybe save your jammer for second to and we can have our own little DJ block. Oh, it's not music. It's just like kind of the jam. Okay. Okay. Like a slammer is like this is a dichotomy that I did not know existed in this show. No. So a slammer is just like it's like a slam dunk gets, like impressive from minute. One. Okay, jammer is just like a really good one. Got a long tail the jamar does you're saying. Now. I step baby. I'm still having trouble grasping. This slammer is labor is. It's like it's like a fireworks display. Okay. In jammer. It's just like, really good solid. It sounds to me that a slammers better than jammer. On the front end. Yeah. But it has you would say that the, the jammer has more substance and it has a long tail, you would say it's more Taylor Lizzani. Let a little bit enjoyable for longer like it sustains better. Okay. All right. So which, which one Lale I you know, I would love to finish with the jammer. So let's give me that slammer getting things. This is wild that you categorize these this way. But let's hear the slammer. Boaty mcboatface. Oh man, I wish I could go with you. I wish I could go with you. I love you more than anything the whole world. And I wish I could go with you. But that both how about I make it more broad. Okay. What I'm really talking about is win the names of things get crowd sourced and then they come up with amusing names. Yes. But is this because of the news story that came out today? Yeah. Okay. I saw the news story and it was like, well, that's great. We're making leaps and bounds and science. But when history writes about his great discovery it's gonna remember internet irony. And that's the thing that I would love to leave leave behind the autzen ten. Hey, what are we calling this decade? The tens, the teens, not the teens because two thousand twelve wasn't a teen. What do we call them this year? Isn't that what you do on your other show? No, no, no. We knew years. I'm talking about the decade. What do we call the tens when you say, like, oh, it was nineteen fourteen you say the roar in tens. What is it? He teens. I feel like teeing but eleven's not a team. No. That's true. Yeah. What the voting macbook face? So. March twenty sixteen and there is an online poll to name a ship. This is an autonomous underwater vehicle used for scientific research somebody apparently on a BBC radio station. Jokingly suggested boaty mcboatface BBC person suggested this. Yes. Okay. And the name, apparently was an Oma to Hootie McDowell face an owl, named through an adopt a bird program in twenty twelve. Okay. I never knew that. And so it has the official name is the are Sir David Attenborough now but colloquially, it's called boaty. Mcboatface what's printed on the side of the fucking boat. Boating macbook faces I saw picture of it today. Sorry, sir Attenborough? But so this spurred a naming convention that has since taken on new life. Right. A team at Sydney's Warwick farm racecourse, paid homage with horsey mchorseface fantastic got attention because it won a race in Australia. Okay. That one's in the history books to cool. The Swedish transport company MTR express conducted, an online poll to name a new train on the Stockholm Gothenburg. I can I guess? Yes. Training mctrainface? Yes. All right. I got an yes. Yes. Yes, Sydney ferries, but a lot of this habits in Australia, there already is a but I know that's how buckle up. Sydney ferries allowed the public to name its fleet of emerald. Class ferries, the post, popular name was boating mcboatface, but as it had already been taken the judges opted to go and said for the second place ferry McSherry face. Here's what's interesting. So the maritime union of Australia refused to work on the vehicle. If it was called ferry McSherry face. And then it later emerged that the name actually had fewer than two hundred votes. But that the New South Wales transport minister just declared that it one out of his own preference for. I mean, I guess that's the power. You get. That's why that's what that's why that's why you reach for those political stars. You know, would you like me to keep going? Yeah. Megabucks, United Kingdom hosted a Twitter poll and twenty seventeen. To name some of their new coaches mega MC mega face. In March twenty seventeen the isle of white council, which operates a floating bridge asked for suggestions despite council officials ruling out floaty mic flow face. There was a petition that tracked attracted over two thousand signatures, and the council head to rescind at agree to name it. That, how are you something? All the fucker people still falling for this. You can't let this happen. If that is the one lesson thing is that when it saves all of us from climate change people be like, wow. And what was the boat's name again arts because the internet decided what the name was. Oh shit. I was about to open up a new store for men's erotic wear, and I was going to have the internet name narrow. No, no, no, no. Not do not do that. I've got a few more. December twenty eighteen. Now, this was a choice for formula e team announced the name of their new car, which was called electro mic, electro face sucks for their electric socks. In twenty eighteen there was a naming contest, I culture of a musk-ox-like in Canada Muskie musk space all that. So it was in the running. But instead he long musk ox was. I take it back the internet khanate something. San Diego was organising people to bring a Major League Soccer team to the city and they invited people to name the team Hausa footing. Mc footy face received more votes as of the time I read the article, I'm not sure if ended up winning I think they disallowed that one foot is probably my least favorite name for football or soccer. People say, footy, it makes me so uncomfortable because it's such a sweet little pet name. It'd be like if I call baseball like base b? I'm gonna go down in the red state field because I'm gonna watch them play. Bass be base be I take it back to wonderful. That's very good. It's like people saying, hock key. Oh, well, well shoot, do you think is actually called like hocken suck? Nah. Shorten. It is actually what it's called. Yeah. There was some copyright issues. I think it's wonderful. I recognize that it may be a for posterity sake. It's not great to give something ironic jokey name. But I really I like the people coming together across, you know, a large amount of communities to say. Yes, boaty mcboatface innocuous enough. Do you remember the time that the NHL allowed viewers to vote on a player that could get added to the all star game? And they added God, I can't remember his name, Rory something or other. And he was not like us all star player. He was a very good player. They like added him to the roster to, like troll troll, the H L by Stanley. Are you let us put an and then he actually like held his own? And he did. All right story. Okay. Well, I clearly don't either. But. Do you wanna my first thing? Yes. My first thing is the dustbuster or hand vacuum. I did not know this bell though. I really should have dustbuster is, of course, brand name from black and decker, the little device. The cordless hand held vacuum is not called the dustbuster but much like Kleenex band aid. You know, whatever I just call it desk BUSTER, because cordless hand, vacuum does not does not work for me. We have one of these, we live in the, the wilds of Austin, Texas. And that means we get bugs, we have lots of bugs, we have so many freakin bugs, and I don't like Rachel loves these things. She couldn't Matar's eats them all up. But I don't like them Griffin. And I play this game that we haven't talked about and maybe Griffin doesn't realize he's playing I will see a bug corpse in the morning when you get up and I'll just kind of leave it there. His Griffin will take care of it. If it makes it sound like me, and Rachel, complete nasty leads. I. I need you to understand that we've just grown so accustomed to having a dead bug somewhere because they just crawl on our house like sweet is this air conditioning. Let me get out of the problem in Texas, generally just because of the hot temperatures, but cockroaches, like just chilling here for oops. I died and then, like millipedes which isn't ever. Not great. Anyway. It Google not great. Whatever. Especially the cockroaches are so big. There's a lot of goose material. They're very guys. There's fucking big. But scooping, the dusty bust is sucking right up, and don't call it dusty. Bus. Yeah, that's great. You suck it up. And then you take him outside and dump it. And then, you're, you know, they were never there and you don't have to touch a bug and that's my favorite thing about it. But there's all I mean, this is our most common usage of it. Now, we literally just have it out of the cradle chilling in the dining room, because it's so centrally located just ration. Grab it. And, you know, we use it for message to Henry generates a lot of Muffin crumbles. Let's call them which you gotta suck up, and I don't want to go the big vacuum cleaner out every time I do that. I want my little my little dustbuster. I've always been a fan of these, we had a dust devil, growing up. Oh, slick little red number that we devil. Was it dirt double or dust devil, a way to dust devils small tornado? Isn't it? Way, I just searched dirt Devon. There's a guy named Devon dirt, and he makes music. He's got a little NPC. Maybe a launch pad Abedi decimal, electron enough. Okay. I'm gonna have to check that out later. Dirt. Is it dirt devil? It is devil a dust devils a small tornado. We have dirt devil. We have on grown up. I think they're all red actually. Maybe they were like little corvettes. There were sleek and we use it around the house. There were three rambunctious young boys. We made a lot of Muffin crumbles as well. Don't wanna touch young yucky mess bust, and makes you feel good. Just get it right up in there. It's like a cool gun that you used to shoot messes, but the stuff goes inside of it, and it doesn't kill it kills masses, I guess, and some bugs that are too small, the survive the transportation process, and I did not know this, but. It started life not as like a household product like we use it today. Black and decker made it made the original, they really sit on the market in nineteen seventy nine it became a household name, but it wasn't the first time that they kind of took a swing at the cordless hand held vacuum cleaner. I thought this was interesting. So the cordless handheld vacuum cleaners invented by Mark Pruitt, and Carol Gaunt's, and it was part of this series of battery, powered hand held tools called the mod four series, which also included a shrub trimmer a lantern grass sheer drill. What they called the spot vac which was the original name for it. And all of it shared one single universal, rechargeable, battery, which I think, is interesting because that's how. If you have a yard or whatever that needs tended, and you have electric tools to do, so it follows the same thing, right? Like, we have a little leaf blower, and hedge trimmer, and lawnmower and weed whacker. All that use the same sort of universal battery and doing this back in, like nineteen seventy five or something like that. And so this project came out of the Apollo space mission, because NASA wanted a portable cordless drill that they could use to get course, apples off the lunar surface, without having a bunch of wires, which makes sense. So black and decker took that contract and worked on it and came up with this four series with the spot back. And so it was like framed as, like a power tool that you can have at your workbench and suck up. I don't know Salta Assad us small bolts, or whatever the fog now, people use it to setup kitty litter. Yeah. And cockroaches. It was a flop when first the market, like nobody bought the thing, but after doing some market research, they found that the quote the spot back was popular with women who use it to clean up like spills and messes from around the house, they would link it and just like use it to clean up messes because it's fucking vacuum. I don't know how they whiffed so hard on this. And so they redesigned it to make it look like less like power tool, and more like a like in inviting home cleaning product. They called it the dust bowl. Ester. And then it sold over a million units in the first year, Bill. Yeah. Yeah. Because those old vacuums used to be really heavier so fricken. This is like a nice option with you. Don't wanna do a whole room. I can't imagine my life without it literally can't. Wow. I use it every day to get bugs out of the house. If I if you and I I'm worried if you ever leave the house for like two weeks, we would come back, and it would be like that seen in temple of doom when they find the secret passage and they're walking, and they're like it sounds like we're stepping on fortune cookies. And then they turn a light on its bugs, do I think about seeing all the freaking time when I found out, we had millipedes I thought of that scene. I didn't sleep that night. I'm sorry. Anyway, everytime you use Gus. And just think about the fact that you using like a moon mining instrument. Yeah. You're sucking up Muffin jumbles bogus, what Neil Armstrong used in that to get the sped precious. Lunar diamonds off the surface of the moon. And then he used it. That'd be a great new ocean's eleven going to moon. Let's call it. Ocean's eleven again, fine oceans, Apollo thirteen. Apollo. All that's very good. I'm working on it. We could also do Apollo Sion's nine and get sandy be and the rest of them in the mix. Oh, yeah. Yeah. And then oceans ten here's the problem with oceans. Eight the sandy, the sandy be one. They can only make nine then they can only make three those because then it gets back to eleven. Right. You're right. Well, they could reduce it could go backwards. Seven ocean seven or cutting some actresses. That's great. Sorry, Mindy Cailing. You're done cut. Joe maker for this one. Hey, can I still your way? Yes. Can I tell you about ZipRecruiter? Please do. They make the jobs, baby. That's the tagline for them. Yeah. If you need to fight, they make the Joe, we make jobs. But he and I don't think it's I don't know that, that isn't necessarily true. I think it is a really, really great way to find the job that you want the job that you are always dreamed of it's basically like your own personal recruiter that helps you find a better job. And they have all this great technology that matches your right up matchmaker, matchmaker recruit me, as you know. 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This one's four Marlow and it's from a Nisa or nice. Nice. No. He's always show you that video, they'll I haven't shown you hot food. No man off. It's my small wonder also later. Anyway, Marlow you are sort of a little cool. Thank you for getting me into making video games buying junk from old and, or dead people, and slowly becoming dandy shopkeepers together. Although I love you deeply I must now put you on blast for not liking Shrek, you culture fool. I hope we are friends forever or rivals, if that doesn't pan out. I think it's okay not to like Shrek. No, it's not. I said about loud, so filthy coming on. Pretty good film listener his name. I do not have on hand cintas. The children's book Shrek true dates, the movie did not know this, and he's a big fan of calls it mantra book, which is very very, very good. Can I read the next one? It is a message for Ian. It is from Kristen, Ian. Thank you for introducing me to the best family in podcasting, those good. 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I mean, the Art Institute in Chicago, baby. That's right. I figured that was the one, you want me to say. Oh, okay. Follow your heart. Don't let me steer the conversation. So I love art museum. I really do. I I mean not only your like art, but a lot of what I like is just kind of the presence of being in this like big temple like museum Nino. And like kind of feeling this voyeuristic feeling of, like you're in somebody's really fancy house like walking around looking at their stuff. Yeah. I mean, meanwhile, they're never liked art museums, and we grew up with one in Heinsohn. It's actually pretty nice. That's okay. Too, it, most local art. We did shows there. But it never like really resonated with me and it really was not until the Art Institute and I saw Nighthawks up on the wall. I was like, oh shit. Like that's the that's the best that one painting. And then I realized, wait a minute. All these paintings are. And now I really like art museums. Thanks nine hawk. So scholars generally placed the earliest museum in the seventeenth. Eighteenth century Europe prior to museums as we know them today. There were places called wonder Commons or cabinets of wonders. Okay. And so, basically rich people would get together, and sometimes they were literal cabinets, fitted with cupboards and drawers and other rooms were stuffed with animal mineral vegetal, and artistic treasures. Go to new of get delectable that US simply Musi and then you must see my vegetables. It's, it's vegetal. I miss pronounces. It's pretty good. Look plant. Look at this plant planned sued route. Like the most. Most supple eggplants. So simple. Hugh deepen the nights. Look into my case upholding, my salary. Hung it in front of the new, my tease. Have you seen don't even give salt on the minerals? So the problem with a wonder commerce was that they were mostly for the wealthy. So it wasn't until the lighten -ment happened that we started seeing museums open to the public. So the first Newseum as we understand them today is the British Museum in London was founded in seventeen fifty as a gift to the British nation. Its core collection consisted of specimens, he acquired this sir Hans Sloane when he was a medical doctor in a West Indian colonies. So the replant spurred seashells and objects. He purchased from other explorers. So when they started making these museum, the architectural reference to temples wasn't tension civilising space of protection, and prestige. So most of the art museums, you see, like still have that look. And that was like a very European thing to do of, like signifying like this is a great important space. Yeah, sure it looked like a, you know, antique, nobody touched the is basically that its defining characteristic, what I thought about too is interesting. So. There's something called the white cube approach, which is kind of what you see museums where they minimize visual distraction. So it's like white walls. Right. You know, solid floors that was, like something actually started in the nineteen thirties, under the direction of Alford bar. It was the idea of like minimizing distractions. And that's at the museum of modern art New York before that they said like wallpaper with like wild neon lasers. Like those old school photo. Look at some of the older galleries they used to put like fifty paintings on wall. We're just all right next to each other. And like it was less about, like zeroing, in on, like one distinct piece like whole wall packed in and you've got to throw a golf ball and whichever one you hit you took home. They had so much more fun back. Then. What if you damage the painting? Why would you want it? When you threw the ball. No. You have to take it if you, dammit. You don't understand. Yeah. Okay. So the ball throwing is for what then fun. Okay. So the great king of the circus. I'm thinking of the goldfish game at the circus. Thank you, baby. Okay. I grew up with the Saint Louis art museum which is really, really incredible. They have more than thirty thousand works and the building. They currently used was from the Louisiana purchase nineteen four, so the world's fair. And so it's like a super old incredible building that spin around since the world's fair. I like I don't know that I've ever really been on that. I would classify this, I really want to like those more modern like. Interactive especially digital art museum. What is the name of the one in New Mexico that you like down a washing machine to get to? You're the one that told me about it. Oh shit. Okay. Never mind him. Do a wonderful segment on this maybe next week. Okay. The ones where I see pictures, especially my friends who go to Japan. I feel like they have a lot of art exhibits, this relate go into the rooms that are like either mirrors, like everywhere with lights, and, you know, organized in a specific way to create these, like incredible patterns, like the shit, you can get into that looks really neat Dallas, really. Nice. Yeah. I it's just it can be such a like a contempt of like calm space. You know or could be like really super engaging. If you go, like I got to see a really great. Museum when I was in Atlanta, I went to the. Hi museum believe is called. And it was so awesome. I also like a history museum. I know it's a different thing. But like a low, especially like a local history museum, where you can learn about, like where you are. We did the in Hong Kong, and it was like, oh, okay. Yeah. That was really cool. That was something that we started doing will Lou into jets, right? Yeah, we went to the way, we went to Hong Kong to Ueno museum, and, you know, we didn't really know anything about the local history so like doing that on your first day really helps you get a feel for. You know what the places I gotta find the name of this museum? It's something cat wolf. It's called meow wolf, the New Mexico one. Oh, it's so wild is a sneak preview on totally going to do this. There's a refrigerator door you can go into. I want to go there, so bad. Anyway. I think they're okay right now. Never now. Okay, let's go. Henry would love it. We could trip up to New Mexico. Yeah. That's not too far right? Okay. All right date. Let's do I want to talk about my second thing. Yes. It's Elvis Costello. Rachel's very favorite musical. Art. Here's what I'll say about all of us custom. Okay. You know, when you're listening to an stylus. He was very skillful at creating a sound that was very easily identifiable in terms of his voice. Guess okay, not necessarily so much the song, because I would argue that he is like gone through a few different genres at this point. It's not that I dislike him. I just don't revere him. It's an acquired taste, I will give you that I enjoy his music, right? Like, I think he has several songs that are both slammers and jammers. But I like what I revere is his songwriting ability. I think he's like probably the best living songwriter. I here's the other thing like I know you're not a fan. I also like, only ever sort of get in moods where I really wanna listen to Elvis, Costello and the rest of the time I could take your leave him because the truth about him is like he has a lot of songs. I do not think are very good. But that's because just sort of law large numbers. He has so many songs he has the most but is it so in two thousand thirteen ask cap, which is the American society of composers, authors and publishers. Said that he had written five hundred sixty six songs some of them are for other people in a couple of them are like translations and stuff also that was six years ago. And he's really more music sense, then that is truly like preposterous number of songs when you think about, like how many songs the Beatles put out how many songs you know, Eric Clapton played out five hundred sixty six is like a wild wild wild amount. He has thirty three studio albums thirty three studio albums. He has six albums sixteen compilation albums. He writes at ton of music, and some of it's like brilliant. Beautiful awesome music. And some of it I could take leave. I didn't really get into Elvis Costello until I was in college just always been a pretty big fan of his college seems like about the right time to start enjoying Custos music, because it can be kind of intimidating like nowhere to jump in like, how do you get into somebody who has five hundred and six point? And I mean I found I found a way I think the compilation albums are usually pretty good. Bet if you find an album called the best of Delo, then that's probably a pretty good like roadmap for, for how to get started. And once you get into it, man, I think, as leagues are so, like clever and playful and really subtle, sometimes his like one of his best known songs radio radio. It is like this, like, brutal takedown of the music industry when he when he first wrote it, I think it was late. Seventies or something like that. And it's about like, the, the, the commercialization of radio. And this is like one of his most infamous stories during Saturday Night Live. He was the musical guests on Saturday night. Live back in the seventies. And he's playing one of his songs come less than zero and in the middle of it, he stopped doing that song. And he debuted radio radio, which is just like dragging the radio industry, and they banned him from being on Saturday Night, Live for twelve years, the song rules, and there's a Elliott radio is a sound salvation radio is cleaning up the nation. They say you better, listen to the voice of reason. But they don't give you. Any choice because they think that it's treason. So you'd better do as you are told you better, listen to the radio. One of his most famous songs. You know, one of his rare actual like pop hits is everyday, I write the book, and it's about a relationship framed fiction novel. I think it's the second verse that goes chapter one we didn't really get along chapter two. I think I fell in love with you. You said you'd stand by me in the middle of chapter three, but you're up to your old tricks in chapters four five and six like the first time I heard that I was like, yes. That's pretty good. It's really freaking good. And like there's so many songs they have so many great moments in it like that, sometimes they reach into being kind of full blown corny because he kinda just puts it puts it all out there. But I don't know. It's the fun thing about him is that there's just so much some of it. I don't like some of it. I love, but also like I've been listening to his music for a decade now and they're still Songa his, I haven't heard like today when I was pregnant a segment I heard new songs of his, I had never heard, and I was like, oh, that's actually really good to play one of those new songs. I'm actually going to start off with Veronica 'cause is, is maybe his you don't over on now. I know that okay? I was about to say it's off of his albums spike. I forget, when that one came out, and it's, it's one of his best known albums spike has a bunch of jammers on it. But this is Veronica. This is like this is the beauty of Elvis Costello the song rules, it's like this epic upbeat rock song. And it's really catchy. It's highest charting song in the US ever. And also it's a song about an older woman living with Alzheimer's didn't realize that. Veronica sits in her favourite chair, and she sits very quiet and still, and they call her name that they never get right? And they, and if they don't nobody else will, but she used to have a carefree mind of her own with a devilish looking is saying, you can call me anything you like. But my name is Veronica. Oh, god. It's so fucking. It's like a classic and there's any number of other like classic Elvis Costello song that I could play here. But I also like about him is over. It's been almost two decades between Veronica and the next song I wanna play. It's called bedlam. I came off more recent album, I think two thousand five or so called the deliveryman came up my freshman year of college, and it was like a big gateway for me. And it still sounds like classical Elvis Costello but also just bucking. This is. Sees. I don't have much analysis. That's on. I think it rocks. I think even if you're not a fan of his voice, or music, like I think it is worth listening to some Elvis Costello just to realize what a tremendous impact. He has had on like so many artists throughout history. Some artists that, like, quote him as being an influence, obviously, they might be giants. I think if you are a fan of they might be giants and you listen to Elvis Costello for the first time you're like oh shit. That's where a lot of this sort of awry, sad song disguised as an upbeat pop song comes from also foof, fighters Radiohead, green day. And prince always cited Elvis Costello is a big inspiration so many artists, I think when you when you listen to how Elvis Costello write songs you will see traces of like his influence just just everywhere. So interesting 'cause like I the music is always so solid that I knew I'd never really paid that much attention to the lyrics before there some there's there. Some songs that don't have very solid music. It was the eighties. I feel like everybody who made music in the seventies and the eighties and then continued making music music in the nineties had one album in the eighties where they discovered like synthesizers and, you know, like FM keyboards, and they're like, oh, this is going to this is the fuck and future. Listen to those house back at it sounds like a fucking Sega Genesis. Do. But yeah, I mean his he's he is. I think the best living lyricist these, these days, I would recommend going into music claim. Yeah. Well, I mean if you look at just raw sheer tonnage of music, or it, and I think he I think he takes the cake. Well, I'll tell Paul McCartney. I'm Bob Dylan that you said. No. Thanks. I think I think Paul McCartney in Bob. Dylan's hit rate is maybe even lower than Elvis Costello's. And maybe they're gonna put me in jail for saying that you want to hear it. Our friends at home are excited about, yes. 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My dad got these, like shitty insurance from the radio station and you bring them home, and I would be like, well, I don't care too much about Travis trip, I guess, but I will wear his big shirt to sleep. You still you'll still do this. I know I love it. I love it. Not as much as I used to they used to design. I guess they were gowns I guess, when I think about it. They were night. Alex says, I really enjoy it. When you're driving on a dark country road and you see an oncoming drivers switch off the brights in the distance like that, too. It's, it's nice. That's very courteous. Somebody's thinking of me something about me and my eyes, and my nose, the rules to right. Yeah, it's like when it's raining out. And you see people that don't turn their headlights on near like you don't know the rules, you know, the rules unsettled, pointed them, unsafe safe. Everybody else falls their windows down in points on safe. 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121  The Beyhive

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

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121 The Beyhive

"Hello and welcome to misinformation Trivia podcast for ladies and gents who love Cool Trivia and sticking it to annoying teams at pub quiz hosts. I'm Lauren I'm Julia Lia Julia. You sound exhausted you sound you sound like you're done sound like you're and we're new Jimmer just recording on afternoon afternoon cozy and finish my coffee this morning. Oh I'm sorry it's fine well. I'm sure everybody cares. Well I mean we have listeners. Who Care deeply about your about your health and welfare? We'll thank you me on the other hand. No one gives shea kidding. We love you guys so my topic. Today I'm very excited about it and you have been asking me to have been requesting this. This is This is a co host to coast require. Yes which doesn't happen too often but when it does you gotTa heed the call you gotTA heed the call. So also there's been a lot of talk in the Trivia Worldly Lotta rumblings about pop culture stuff. Yeah some people consider it trash trivia. Okay so here's the thing. Here's here's my personal theory about quote Unquote Trust Trivia. If you get a point for it. Who Cares who cares if you'd know it or not? Who Cares if you consider it trash right it just because you've memorized all of Shakespeare's histories in order? Yeah just because you know all the periodic table of the elements and send their atomic number. Zimbabwe blue doesn't mean that actors and actresses and singers and movie and reality TV star Aren't going to get you that extra edge at pub Trivia and or certain online trivia immunity unity. Just saying. I'm just I saying it so for the people who care about this kind of thing and would like to know more. My topic today will be beyond say. Beyonce Knowles Carter as she like. You had to specify I had to specify like oh not just not those other beyond this beyond say so very excited about this. What when I started writing this quiz writing this topic? I'm like typing it into my word document and there was a red squiggly. Underline under her name while I was writing it and as I went to right. Click to ignore because I was like. I'm going to be seeing a lot of this. Yeah it actually suggested her name spelled with the proper accent accent over the last E and. That's how ubiquitous our lien be is even clipping knows. What's up Yup? So accent agoo accent. Exante agoo on the last. E Yes ma'am so beyond say knowles was born in Houston Texas on September Fourth Nineteen eighty-one to sell osteen. Tina Tina Knowles. Her maiden name was being say really yes. She was a hairdresser salon owner and Matthew Knowles. Who is a xerox doc sales manager? So there's your Rochester connection how about that beyonce's name as you may have a gleaned from this so far is a tribute to her mother's maiden name. How about Yup that yeah? I didn't realize that her younger sister Solange is also a singer and a former backup dancer for destiny's child which was the group that we will talk about in just a moment salon beyond say are the first sisters to have both had number one albums. Great Matthew her father is African. American and Tina is of Louisiana creole descent which is a mixture of African native American and French heritage through her mother beyond say is a descendant of Acadian leader. Joseph Broussard and beyond say attended that Saint. Mary's Montessori School in Houston where she enrolled in dance classes so she is a trained dancer. Okay yeah her seeing tail it was discovered when a dance instructor. Darla Johnson began and humming a song and she finished it able to hit all of the high notes beyonce's interest in music and performing continued after winning a school talent. Show at age seven singing. John Lennon's imagine to beat sixteen year olds so she was a prodigy s most superstars very famous people end up being when she is eight. She and childhood friend. Kelly Rowland met Latavio Roberson while at an audition for an all girl. Entertainment Group. Eight eight eight. They replace into a group called girls time with a why not girls with no gee why are L.'s. E The girls time with three other girls there were five of them altogether or six O of them altogether and wrapped danced on the talent show circuit in Houston after seeing the group. R&B producer aren't frazier brought them to Northern California studio in place them in star search. Do you remember that. TV show. which at the time was the largest talent show on national national? TV Girls Time failed to win and beyond say later said that the song they performed was not good in nineteen ninety-five beyond say's father resigned from his job to managed group and he was their manager for the entirety of destiny's child He cut the original lineup to four and the group continued performing as an opening act for other established rb girl groups and on October fifth. Ninety five Dwayne wiggins grassroots entertainment signed the group and in one thousand nine hundred sixty group got a contract with Columbia records okay so they changed their name to destiny's child ninety six based upon a passage in the book of Isaiah in one thousand nine hundred seven. Destiny's child released their major or label debut song which was called killing times on the soundtrack to the nineteen ninety-seven film men in black. Oh Yeah AH debut. Song was on the men in black soundtrack. Exactly okay I don't remember this song if you listen to a little bit You will notice that her her she sounds very young they all sound very young. It's kind of a slow jam. It was played over the ending credits. Okay Yeah so oh that was their first like taste of fame so the following year the group released their self titled Debut Album doesn't child and they scored their first major hit with no no which you have definitely heard before this one and even in this song you can hear how like young her voices and a good rule of thumb with destiny's child. Is that the big difference between the destiny's child song and beyond say song is that there are more voices and usually like she's like they sound young. They sound teenage girls most of their hits. They sound young men so the destiny's child album established. The group is a viable act in the music industry with moderate sales and winning the group three soul train lady of soul awards for best rb or soul album of the year. Best rb soul or rap new artist and best rb soul single for no no no. The group released their multi Z.. Platinum second album the writings on the wall in one thousand nine hundred nine so this one features. Some of the group's most widely known song such as bills bills bills their first first number one single which is jumping jumping and then say my name which is was everywhere. It became team their most successful song at the time and would remain one of their signature songs and at one the best rb performance by a duo or group vocals and the best rb song at the forty third Admiral grabby awards and the album that it came on sold more than eight million copies. Worldwide You know who bought one of those copies of that album that you know my gym teacher. Ms Perry who was she was. She's she's just like judge. Judy but wearing tracksuit okay. So in gym class From seventh through twelfth grade. They had the girls on one side of the gym and the guys on the other side of the gym so legacy Agassi usually we did the same the same sports or whatever at the same time like okay. We did soccer related soccer. We did softball baseball. That kind of thing The week take that they did archery. We did square dancing and then they got to do like Ping Pong instead. We had to do jump routines so MS Perry brought bourboule box with the with that. Does that very destiny's child CD and we had to break into groups and pick a song off the album and a court date and Shumpert so of course my group did jump in jump more has like really fit the brief. Yeah probably well I and that is what I will forever associate with that Snapshot Album. Well Yeah Bills Bills Bills you know done. No no no you couldn't have done. The previous one. Could say my name say my name but no we went for the more on the nose. Jump in jump in. I'm surprised. Yeah Yeah Sorry Noli just really bringing me back to review. Hi I'm happy to be the vessel by which you pour that into so one of the group members of destiny's child her name is Toya Luck Ed and the aforementioned Roberson became unhappy with Matthews managing of the band and eventually actually were replaced by a Faira Franklin and Michelle Williams beyond say experienced depression following the split with Luckett and Roberson after being publicly blamed by the media critics and and blogs for. Its 'cause now if you remember at the time there was like that running joke that destiny's child just had girls coming in and out and that people were being hot or fired in the new girls. Were coming in for like a couple of songs album and then they would leave and that kind of thing. I do distinctly remember an SNL skit of the. And I think actually my Rudolph one of them they weren't they weren't destiny's child. They were Gemini twin. Yeah and they're running. Joke was basically like girls kept getting fired and bring being on sale in real life beyond say was very worried about sure. Her longstanding boyfriend left her at the time the depression was so severe it lasted for a couple of years during which he occasionally kept herself into her bedroom for days and refuse to eat anything beyond say stated that she struggled to speak about her depression because destiny's child had just won their first Grammy Award and she feared no one would take her seriously. Okay she would later speak of her mother as the person who helped her fight it and Franklin was then dismissed leaving just beyond say Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams which is the light up that we all know in love. So the remaining band members recorded this song for the Charlie's Angels Soundtrack Which is called independent women are one? Charlie's angels of course came out in two thousand and it became their best charting single topping the US billboard hot one hundred chart for eleven second of weeks consecutive weeks It was everywhere. Remember was you know it was everywhere. in early two thousand one while destiny's child was completed their third album Beyond say Landed a major role in the MTV made for television film which was called Carmen in Colon. A HIP HOP era. Yes the HIP Hopper yes starring alongside actor Mickey Pfeiffer set in Philadelphia. The film is a modern interpretation. Tation of the nineteenth century opera Carmen by French composer George When their third album survivor was released in May two thousand and one it debuted at number one on the US billboard two hundred with first week sales of six hundred sixty three thousand copies sold in the first week now is also like MTV the Trl your day that was like peak trl so the album spawned other number one hits including I mean how could you how could did you forget this? One booty leashes which Everyone loved and the opening this opening like guitar. RIFF is Mac. It is fleetwood Mac. It's it's edge of seventeen. That's the opening of edge of seventeen and I remember there was a behind the making king of video on MTV and they actually had stevie nicks like open the video like she's like dancing in the mirror stevie nicks they brought her on so that was a great show by the way behind the making of the music video. It was great and I wish that. MTV's still did that anyway And also the title track survivor was a big hit. The letter which earned the group a Grammy Award for best rb performance by a duo or group with vocals and after releasing their holiday album. Eight days of Christmas Christmas in October. Two Thousand and one. The group announced a hiatus to further pursue solo careers K. K.. So in July two thousand two beyond say made her theatrical film film debut playing Foxy Cleopatra Alongside. Mike Myers in the comedy film. Austin powers in Goldmember her. I think her like her catchphrase was I'm Foxy Cleopatra and I'm a whole lot of woman and she had like a big Afro is like a blaxploitation character. She was cute and I. I remember when I came out thinking. She's too big for this. Oh like to to potluck yeah like like. She's too famous to do this. Do Mike Myers move. But you know what the early two thousands were a hell of a drug you know like Mike Myers was more popular than beyond say at the. You know. Everyone's like Oh my God. Mike Myers is a superstar. Whatever she also released the song work it out as the lead singer from soundtrack album which is a very like nineteen seventy seventy sounding like disco e Song in two thousand three beyond say starred opposite Cuba gooding junior in the musical comedy the fighting temptations? She played his girlfriend. It was fine. Her first solo recording was a feature on Jay z's o-3 Bonnie and Clyde that was released in October two thousand two and I tried to find that song and I could not find it on spotify. I don't know what the deal is. But anyway it peaked at number four on the billboard. Hot One hundred chart and she started a relationship should with Jay z after their collaboration on the song which appeared on his seventh album which was called the blueprint to gift and the curse. She appeared as his girlfriend in the music video for the song which also Oh fueled speculation that they were dating her first. Solo album is called dangerously in love which was released on June twenty fourth two thousand and three after both Michelle Dell Williams and Kelly Rowland had released their solo effort so she had actually held back on dangerously in love because she I think I think everyone knew like she was the real super star of the group. Yeah like she had the best voice her dad was the manager. Like it's just a whole thing so she waited for them to release. There's and then she released dangerously in love and it sold three hundred seventeen thousand copies in its first week. It debuted atop the billboard two hundred and has sent sold eleven million copies worldwide. Rush the album's lead. Single is a duet collaboration with Jay Z.. CALLED CRAZY IN LOVE UTAH. Aw Yes It became her first number one single as a solo artist in the US and she was also in the music video. She's dancing down the street street. She's wearing like a white tank top her hair flowing everywhere. And there's like oh no no no no no like refrain is huge. You hear commercials social still. Yeah So this was a juggernaut. Also the single baby boy also reached number one and singles me myself and I a naughty. Naughty girl both reached the top. Five is the baby when like baby boy. But no Ma'am okay. Exactly it's amazing looking through the like doing my research on this as like. Oh yeah I know like most of these songs so after the release of dangerously in love the album she had planned to produce the follow up album using several of the leftover tracks however this was put on hold so she can concentrate on recording. Destiny fulfilled the final studio album of destiny's child so I always thought that it was like destiny's child ended no more destiny's child and then beyond say started her solo career but in fact there was quite a bit of overlapping thousands so this album destiny fulfilled was released in two thousand four. It included the singles lose my breath and soldier which reached the top five on the billboard. Hot One hundred charts. And destiny's child embarked on a worldwide concert tour destiny fulfilled and loving it which is sponsored by McDonald's but up Baba yeah and they loved it they. I'm sure made a ton of money on that tour right They performed hits such as no no no survivors say my name independent women and lose my breath. In addition to renditions conditions of the groups recorded material they also perform songs from each of the singer solar careers most notably from dangerously in love during the last of their European tour in Barcelona. Kelly Rowland announced that destiny's child would disband following the North American leg of the tour and the group had sold sixty million records worldwide. By then. Whoa so little side note? Music was not beyonce as only thing at the time she and her mother introduced house of Dairy on. Yes I forgot all about how did I. It was a contemporary women's fashion line in two thousand and five so the concept is inspired by three generations of women in their family with the name in paying tribute to Beyonce as grandmother. Whose name was Agnes Darian? Who is a respected seamstress? According to Tina the overall style of the line best reflects her and beyond say's taste end style beyond saying her her mother founded the family's company beyond productions which provided the licensing and brand management for House of Dairy on junior collection which was just called. Darien House of dairy on pieces were exhibited in destiny's child shows and tours during their destiny fulfilled era. You remember like they they would show up on the red carpet. Those those three girls would wear like different like versions of the same thing like say would be like the sexy one and Michelle would be like the modest one and Kelly. It would be like the tomboy a pair of pants like a bunch of cutouts in it And their hair was always like up in butterfly glimpse of Loved Butterfly Clips. There back you can get them now can yes. You can some really pretty ones. That were like they were like the. The color shifted did on them like so it started like green and then went to like clear and then went to purple all there. But you can get those. I mean if I get a gross of Velvet scrunches crunchies delivered to my house for eight ninety nine. You can get some butterfly flip. I forget where it was. But Lord reaches into her handbag and his like here take some of these because she had accidentally ordered like like twelve dozen velvet scrunchy. I thought it was twelve. I didn't look closely at the descriptors. Like eight hundred nine could use some velvets crunchies and they showed up my front door and I was like like Oh does though this week so look speaking of mistakes. The House of Dairy on collection features sportswear denim offerings offerings with for everyone's favorite outerwear and accessories that included handbags footwear and were available at department specialty stores across the US and Canada. It was a specific. Look I find it was a very early. Two thousands look like low cut pants a lot of denim with rhinestones on. It vests vests vests that you. Nothing at Bra. Yeah Yeah it was a very specific early two thousands. Look I don't think house of Darien is still like a thing. Yeah I think they kind of sold it off to like a department store or something just kind of like quietly went into that good night so yeah but it was eventually it made. I mean it made her and her mom some money skinny skinny skinny scarfs skinny scarves. That you just looper on your once. I did that in college. I thought I was. I had I had dyed my hair red and I had gotten gotten a perm and I had a giant like weird White Girl Afro and I wore a scarf and a vest over David. Bowie T and I thought I was the the hottest thing on my gosh. So I've learned for like almost seven years now and I have never seen a photograph of her before the time that I've known yes and there's a good reason for that because every time I would would have a break-up I would wipe all evidence of myself off the Internet and start over so so as far as I know there are no pictures of me before two doesn't come get me Google. So anyway back to say who's everywhere on the Internet. Her second like an album was called bidet. It was released in two thousand six To coincide with her twenty fifth birthday it's sold five hundred and forty one thousand copies in his first week and debuted atop the billboard. Two hundred of course it became her second consecutive number one album in the. US The album's lead single was called called Deja Vu which again featured jc it reached the top five on the billboard. Hot One hundred chart Do I know this song you do as Jay Z.. Jay Z here. Let me see here Melby. It sounds like your Jesus. I know she didn't do a lot of things on this. Don't worry beyond say turns into becomes SERTA's Yeah I mean depending on where you are to six Christmas this song everywhere also so The second international single for this was called irreplaceable. It was a commercial success Bidet also produced three other singles which is ring the alarm get me bodied and green light and her first acting role. Two thousand six was in the comedy film. Film The Pink Panther starring opposite. Steve Martin Right. I do not remember this. This is something that I was. I guess privy to the time you're going out you're getting midnight tickets to see the Pink Panther I know I I wish I wish I feel like she had songs on the soundtrack for that to know the thing is that came out around the same time as her second film which was dreamgirls which totally like overshot. The Pink Panther I imagine imagine. So that was the film version of the nineteen ninety-one Broadway musical loosely. Based on the SUPREMES IT received acclaim from critics and grossed one hundred fifty four million dollars internationally and and she started opposite Jennifer Hudson Jamie Fox and Eddie Murphy playing pop singer based on Diana Ross. That movie famously made Jennifer Hudson like US superstar superstar and she won an Oscar for it was like a whole thing and I remember the idea. Was that dreamgirls was supposed to be a vehicle for beyond say to like make into movies and instead it was Jennifer Hudson which is kind of like the same sort of weird opposite storyline dreamgirls and that it was supposed to be like the Diana Ross character is like the popular white who gets a solo career when in fact her backup singer is the better singer has a stronger voice and her version of and I'm not telling and I'm telling you is phenomenal. Just incredible I have. I have goosebumps just thinking about it but anyway In April two thousand seven embarked on the beyond say experience which was her first worldwide wide concert tour featured visiting ninety seven venues and grossing over twenty four million dollars. That's that's so much. Is that like a whole year. Basically ah it's so many venues she and here's the thing about beyond say that I can. I can appreciate and I think anybody can appreciate regardless of what you think of her music or herself. She works hard and she surrounds herself with extremely creative. Incredibly intelligent very good people around her musicians and marketing marketing people and just concepts and all of the people who work with her on just about every tiny aspect of her life. And she's that's part of the reason why she's so successful successful because she knows how to utilize people people's talents to the best of their ability as well. So at the time she conducted pre-concert food donations during six major stops in conjunction with pastor at St John's and America's second harvest so it was food donations for homeless and at the same time Bidet was rereleased with five additional songs including her duet with Shapiro which was called Beautiful Liar. That was once. Akira was big too so so on April fourth. Two Thousand Eight beyond say Mary J. C.. She publicly revealed their marriage and a video montage at the listening party for her third studio album which was called as I am. Sasha fierce I am. Sasha fears was released on November eighteenth. Two thousand eight and the album formerly introduces beyonce's alter-ego who's known as Sasha fierce who was was conceived during the making of her two thousand three single crazy in love so beyond say has mentioned that she is naturally an introvert kind of shy retiring person. Person She's not very should she's kind of a homebody and so in order to like Russell up enough courage to get on stage and start singing. She created this alter alter ego which was Sasha fierce. Sasha fierce like sexy and like loves to show off her body and it's like loves to show off and be amazing and loud and loves people and all all the stuff so sasha fierce became like a thing yeah and people the media pick that up really quickly so they're like Miss Beyond Say Knowles Aka Sasha fierce so it was kind of silly and I'm sure she's not thrilled about that. That went on so it was met with generally mediocre reviews from critics but it was ultimately pretty successful because cheap flop the album featured the number one song which which was a single ladies parentheses. Put a ring on it all respect to beyond but if I never hear this song for the rest of my life that would we'll be fine. I know and you know what I loved it when it first came out I. It was great. The first time I heard it I was at a club in Syracuse. And I was like this. Is I love this but yeah it was sad it's freezes I was at a club in Syracuse. I know as sad yeah. That song was Juggernaut. Like you couldn't escape still can't escape. You cannot escape weddings. My God parties Lord. Well talk about the video second. It's the new like I will survive. Yes yes it's a very women empowerment if if you get any should have put a ring on it. The others single from this album is halo I do love this halo is phenomenally beautiful Song Miniscule Board a little bit here and there it is. Her voice is phenomenal. Alana Song and There is A. There's a documentary. It was her world tour and it showed that she closes every venue cl- Zebra concert with this song at the time and in one of them. She's singing the song. And she like is having the audience seeing some song and she gets to like the crescendo part and she takes a running jump and dives into the audience and the first time I saw that I was like she's going to be torn apart. They're gonNA hill her but instead like because it's just full of people who adore her. They like lifted her up and like carried her across the stage and the entire time. She's singing it like full lung capacity. It was amazing. I cried again. I'm somebody who for some reason when people people sing very well I might the waterworks. Come on and cry like a baby. You hate when people start seeing for no reason. Well I think it's part of that is like I'm afraid I'm going to cry. Well no I don't like it when I'm a little bit of people but also making intense eye contact. It's very uncomfortable. So I'm not going to have a guy be like Beirut you the song look at me while I play my guitar. You're I'll be like kill me. Now Kill me. So Halo is a great song. Achieving the accomplishment of becoming her longest running hot one hundred single in her career halo success in the US helped beyond attain more top ten singles on the list than any other woman during the two thousands. I believe it. Yeah I am. Sasha fierce also included the successful sweet dreams and singles diva ego brokenhearted girl and videophone own. which was the song she video? Do you remember videophone. She did video phone with Gaga with Lady Gaga. But let's talk about single ladies as for a second the music video for single as has been parodied and imitated around the world spawning the first major dance craze of the Internet age according to the Toronto Star Okay. The video has won several awards at the two thousand nine MTV video music awards. It was nominated for nine awards ultimately winning three including video of the year. So the video if you haven't seen it's just black and white. It's just beyond saying two of her backup dancers performing like pretty intricate choreography. She's got for some reason one of her arms covered in like a metal gauntlet type thing which is pretty cool but otherwise they're just in like black leotards and they're dancing and at one point they like they're just in a big white room mm-hmm and they start dancing over and the room as it turns out has a curved wall and they like dance up the curved wall and back down and it's pretty cool. It's just a good video video for good choreography. That's a she told entertainment weekly at the time that the inspiration for the video was nineteen. Sixty nine Bob. Fossey routine entitled Mexican can breakfast which was seen on the Sullivan show. which featured Bob Fosse's wife Gwen Verdon? Who is dancing to other women? So it's almost if you look it up on on Youtube it's almost identical to it. She pulled a lot of choreography from that. And it's cool because she in her music videos even as far back as this she makes it a lot of references to other things. Other musicians other danced CRA- other core famous graffiti contemporary art. She makes a a lot of references to contemporary art. And it's cool to kind of like watch it and be like oh I recognize that or that's really cool. Where did she get that from? So the other thing about the latest video is its failure to win the best female video category which went to American singer. Songwriter Taylor Swift's you. Belong with me led to Kanye West interrupting the ceremony and beyond I'd say improvising a re presentation of Swiss award during her own acceptance speech so it was single ladies that caused the whole fervor around that in March march. Two thousand nine beyond say embarked on the world tour her second headlining worldwide concert tour consisting of one hundred and eight shows grossing one hundred and nineteen point five million dollars. Yeah that's A. We should do become huge musical superstars. It seems harder than one world tour. Can we do world tour. I mean we do have listeners in I know at least Australia and Ireland. Yeah that's too if we if we do at least one in Rochester. That's technically cleo world tour and we can do one in Canada. We have some Canadian listener. Yeah one world tour profit. Done the Prophet Dollar Bill Dollar Bills Dollar bills or euros since a world tour. Yeah let's we'll we'll put a bit about that put in it. She further expanded her acting career starring as blue singer at James in the two thousand eight musical biopic Cadillac records. Her performance in the film received praise from mm critics and she garnered several nominations for trail of James Including Satellite Award nomination for best supporting actress and an Image Award nomination for outstanding supporting actress. She donated her entire salary from the film to Phoenix House. Which is an organization of rehabilitation centers for heroin around the country? Great 'cause at James was a heroin addict. Yes remember everybody. Everybody in Jazz was hell of a drug. I'M GONNA keep saying that on January twenty two thousand nine beyond say performed. James is at last at first couple Barack and Michelle Obama's first inaugural ball. That's another famous. She also starred opposite L. E. Lauter and Idris Elba the thriller obsessed at the time. She played a mother and wife whose family is threatened by her husband's Stalker. Do you remember that. Remember that yeah. She's yeah she's made some choices career part of it but that made a lot of money a pair yeah Oh sure drifts Elba. NPR On say yeah in a movie. I'd watch it was crazy lady. Yeah sure I'd watch tonight. So at the fifty second annual Grammy Awards beyond say received ten nominations and tied with Lauryn Hill for the most grammy nominations in a single year by a female artist In two thousand and ten beyond say was featured on Lady Gaga single which is called called telephone so she also appeared in its music video. which had very Quentin Tarantino Parenti? No quality to it and the song topped the US pop charts so around the same time beyond say wasn't telephone and Gaga wasn't videophone and they both did a music video with each other and how good the song says good Jim yes it is a song and the video is like funny and Weird and beyond say looks amazing in it and so does Gaga but like I mean. We're we're talking about beyond say right now so She announced a hiatus from her music. Career in January. Two thousand ten Heating her mother's advice to live life to be inspired by things again during the break she and her father parted ways as business partners and beyond says musical break less nine eighteen months and saw her visit multiple European cities the Great Wall of China the Egyptian Pyramids Australia English Music Festivals in various museums and ballet performances. So she just took some time off which is like the first time she had done that since she was like sixteen years. She suffered a miscarriage around twenty ten or two thousand eleven describing it as the saddest thing she had ever endured. She returned to the studio and wrote music to cope with loss in an April. Two thousand eleven beyond say Jaycee traveled to Paris to shoot the album cover for four which was her fourth album. Also the number four. Oh my God she loves. It is her favourite number. You mentioned they got married on April four. They get married in April I would like to point out the this is episode number one. twenty-one which if you add one plus two plus one equals four Kaplan I did not do did it on purpose. You know what it was it was the it was young. Say No no no it was the Arben Evelyn Deity beyond Johnson and then she unexpectedly became pregnant and Paris so in August the couple attended the two thousand eleven MTV Music Video Music Awards at which beyond say performed love on top and ended the performance by revealing. She was pregnant so she performed the song she's dancing. She's dancing and then at the end she's like finally finally got on top and turn sideways and she rubbed her belly and people lost their she do something that was like a clothing. Reveal or something like like yeah. She was wearing a jacket and there was like a one piece like jeff suit underneath and she like Unbutton Jack Normal Jacket away and like rubbed up to her belly and she wasn't like she had just like just hopped seems so you wouldn't have noticed if you're looking at her directly on and she's already someone one who clearly takes care of her body works out so so her appearance. Help that years MTV video music awards become the the most watched broadcast and MTV history pulling in twelve point four million viewers and the announcement was listed in Guinness World Records for most tweets per second recorded for a a single event receiving eight thousand eight hundred sixty eight tweets per second and beyond say pregnant. was the most Google phrase the week of August twenty nine th two thousand eleven so on June twenty six two thousand eleven. She became the first Solo Female Artists to headline the main pyramid stage at the two. Thousand doesn't eleven glastonbury festival. In over twenty years. Her fourth studio album four was released two days later in the US and sold three hundred ten thousand copies in its first week and the top the billboard us one zero four Oh my God it also gave her fourth consecutive number one album in the US us. Well it's her fourth album. The album was preceded by two of its singles which one of them is this song which is run the world parentheses girls and the other was called best thing I never had the fourth single love on top spent seven consecutive weeks at number one on the hot rb hip hop songs start while peaking at number twenty on the billboard hot one hundred the highest peak from the album so the video for the song countdown. We will talk about. It's one of my favorite songs. It's going to be the thinking music. I'm going to tell you that right. Now it's just great. It shows off her voice. It's the fun like good pop song. It's something you could dance to. It's great the video for it garnered some controversy and the reason being was because it was pretty obvious that the choreography the visuals for a large part of it was lifted from of all things Belgian choreographer Anna Theresa Dick. Here's Marcus pieces. Roses Down Stroz us from Nineteen Jedi. Three an actor longed which was from one thousand nine hundred. The director of the Music Video Adria petty in an interview with MTV stated that along with Knowles had viewed some German in modern dance clips as they were exploring cultural reference points although she never mentioned Dare cares markers specifically she concluded that very little of cures markers. Actual Choreography inspired the finished result. If you see them side by side you can tell at least the visuals. If not certain aspects of the choreography were definitely like similar enough. That if you were someone who was familiar with cures markers work he'd be like Oh my God that's roses roses or whatever so it kind of blew over ver- but here's mark wrote in a statement that she was neither angry or honored about its usage. Questioning had taken so long for her work to reach popular culture. It might have actually been a bigger deal if this were an American because you can copyright Criag raphy exactly. She also noted a coincidence that in that they were both pregnant signet during the filming of both of those videos and she wished knowles the same joy her daughter had brought her which was very gracious of her because she could have taken her. Oh yeah she could really made a big. Oh Yeah Oh you have money. Can you money so on January seven two thousand twelve beyond gave birth to her first child child a daughter whose name is Blue Ivy Carter in New York five months later she performed for four nights at revel. Atlantic City's ovation hall to celebrate the resort's opening Lake City. Yeah I mean maybe Atlantic City was bigger into to get to ask. I guess I'm sure she was like if you pay me I guess Oh like I'm already here. I've been working out I. I still look good so in January. Twenty Thirteen destiny's child released love songs accomplished album of the romance theme songs from their previous albums and a newly recorded track which was called nuclear. It wasn't a single. I've never heard it. I don't think we have to worry about that okay. So they released an album but it was just a compilation so I would. I guess that's technically the last destiny's child album But yeah it's they didn't like get together beyond say. Performed the American national anthem singing along with a prerecorded track at President Obama's second can UNAGI nation in Washington DC. So I'm GonNa talk a little bit about this because there was a prank involved from a radio. Dj local Washington DC radio DJ and he was like Oh. We got the isolated vocals from that because the thing was she sang and it was outside in January in Washington. DC was especially cold and everyone was like. Oh my God. Her voice is so amazing at how great she is she saying that incredibly hard song in the cold like with just like a little music in the background and just ask kill the dead so this Dj was like Oh we isolated the vocals. It wasn't as good as you think. And it was like. He played it over the air and him and his co hosts yeah. We're like cracking up. Because she sounded terrible she like she was so all over the place she was out of tune. It was ridiculous so that like went all over the Internet rate. So our Queen Bee beyond say Knowles Carter quickly remedied. The situation. She called the press conference and she got all of these press people in a room and she walked out at the a lot of time and she said please rise for the National Anthem and then she sang beginning to end with no background. Music or anything completely acapella and then at the end she said thank you and so later it came out that he was like. Oh No it was a prank. We ran through like some software program or whatever and just like mess it up. We didn't know that it was going to get that big. We just thought it was going to be just like a funny thing. And he apologized legitimized. Personally yeah can like do not mess with this woman and her fan or her fans the beehive roof we will talk about the beehive so after this after she quickly and also not for nothing. There's something to say about ego in this but but also like that's her livelihood you can't if you're gonNA smear her talent or her livelihood this thing that makes it the only thing that makes her money. Yeah which granted is a lot of money and she's GonNa fix that as soon as possible and she did it. I think in a pretty funny smart so anyway the following month she performed at the Super Bowl whole halftime show. It was super bowl. Forty seven forty seven. Sit in remember numeral yes. It isn't Roman numerals. It was held at the Mercedes Benz superdome New Orleans. The performance dances. These second most tweeted about moment in history at two hundred sixty eight thousand tweets per minute so she holds the first and second most tweeted about moment. God Her Feature Lathe Documentary Film. It's called life is but a dream it first aired on. Hbo On February Twenty Thirteen and the film was Co directed by beyond say herself. On April fifteenth of that year she embarked on the Mrs Carter Show World Tour in Belgrade grade The tour included one hundred thirty two dates that ran through to March twenty fourteen. It became the most successful tour of her career and one of the most successful tours of all time launched it in Serbia. Yeah I I don't know maybe noted hotspot Belgrade Serbia. Well I think when you're first date of a tour you're going to get the kinks out you know. You're not gonNA open like London or Los Angeles. You're going to open in long Serbia. So on December thirteenth twenty thirteen eighteen beyond say unexpectedly released her fifth studio album on the itunes store without any prior announcement or promotion. This her breaking the Internet Lauren. This was her breaking the Internet Internet. So this was an album called beyond say. It is my favourite album of hers. It's fabulous from beginning to end it debuted atop the billboard top two hundred charts giving her fifth consecutive number one album in the US This made her the first woman in the chart's history to have her first five studio albums debut at number one. She received critical of claim and commercial. Success selling one million digital copies world worldwide in six days musically it's an electro R. and B. Album it concerns darker themes previously unexplored in her work such as Bolivia post-natal depression and the fears and insecurities of marriage. And Motherhood GonNA sing about Bulimia. The the song on called pretty hurts. was about like the whole like trope of the video specifically was about like a Miss America pageant. Okay and that kind of thing and it actually opens with her as like a Miss America contestants and they ask her. What is your goal in life? And she says and she's like trying to answer the question and then the song starts and it's very good so her the first single off of this that I think you may know it was called drunken love which is kind of dirty and it was also featured Jay Z. That the one with the cheddar biscuits cheddar biscuits biscuits was that. Do you mean hot sauce in my bag. Swag need you sex. Her break should take you to red awesome. No that's formation. No this one is this one is a surfboards. Of what she she references sir. How could I forget yes? Does that mean something dirty. She's riding would it's research report. Sorry it's a dirty song. I mean it's a beautiful song. She sounds amazing. It This song is I think her best on this album. The album is kind of dark and it explores some dark themes and it's kind of I. I would think like thematically the first indication that maybe there was some problems in her marriage. Luca so we will talk about that but we can talk a little bit about beyond say the album right now so again as I mentioned before. It's my favorite of her. So far every song had a music video and they were all released at the same time the album the music videos all at once and since it was released on the itunes store and I didn't want to buy things from the store I had to scour the Internet for them in the following weeks so it was like constantly constantly googling like I was like picking off the sound tracks like okay. I've seen EXO and I've seen drunken law and I WANNA know what partition is like all the stuff. So and she again one of the reasons. Why like her so much is because she makes a lot of good visual references in her videos? So one of my favorite songs on the album. Is this song that she did with a duet wet with drake. And it's called mine and the video is extremely beautiful and it references both Michelangelo's PA TA and Rene Magritte's painting the lovers from nineteen twenty. So the lovers is that very famous painting of the couple with like shroud over their face in their kissing. And in the video What's cool about? Is that all of her. Oliver Dancers are black women. She's obviously black woman. They're black men. It's it's a very like it's it's a very black power video. I mean most of our videos are very like the highlights the beauty of black people. And there's like this beautiful beach and this is like coming out of the sea and then in the next scene you see like this wet shroud over their faces and kissing and it's very beautiful and the shroud actually says is yours on one side and mine on the other and is this beautiful song about difficulties in marriage and how I am yours but I have my own person and you are mine but I recognize that. You're your own person. Sometimes that doesn't always mesh and again. She sounds beautiful on it and it's just a great song so that was one of the things that I was like. When I saw them agreed reference I was like she knows what she's doing? This is good. Get so yeah beyond as a great album but on February six twenty sixteen gene she released formation so this was the first single off of her following album after beyond say was formation released so beyond say came out in about twenty thirteen okay and then formation came out in two thousand sixteen years later later on so formation and it's company music video was exclusively released on the music streaming platform which title which is a title is owned by the JC. And her. And I think Cardi West owns part of it and so does Madonna. It's a whole thing and it's basically like our reaction from the music business like musicians and artists who were kind of taking back control over streaming because a lot of people lost a lot of money and granted had some of these people were like multimillionaires. Anyway but yeah. There's a lot of controversy about that. So the song formation was actually made available to download for free and she performed performed formation. Live for the first time during the NFL Super Bowl. Fifty halftime show. I remember that so. The appearance was considered controversial as it appeared to reference the fiftieth anniversary of the Black Panther Party and the NFL forbids political statements in its performances so immediately following the performance beyond say announced the formation world tour which highlighted stops in both North America and Europe and ended on October seventh with beyond say bringing out her husband. Jay Z. Kendrick Lamar Serena Williams. Because they're best friends She brought them out for the last show and the tour went onto win tour of the year. The Forty Fourth American music awards tour of the year tour of the prize. Yeah apparently it surprise so on April sixteenth. She released a teaser clip for a project called lemonade. People lost their minds. Oh my gosh. They loved lemonade. It turned out to be a one hour film home which aired on. Hbo Exactly One week later and a corresponding album with the same title was released on the same day exclusively on title and what you're is that two thousand sixteen so the same year. Hear that she released she also released. LemMe so from you that there were two of them rating aerobic well formation was the single song so formation. Was the first single off of lemonade. Okay but no one knew that it was going to be an album. They just thought it was a single just like a single to kind of coincide with with like the Super Bowl performance so when she released lemonade everyone was like. Oh my God. It's a whole album. So people were excited. It debuted at number one as you might think it became it. Say the first act in billboard history to have their first six studio albums atop the chart and she broke a record previously tied with D. M. X. in two thousand thirteen eighteen. DM Ex Remember D. M. X.. No so with all twelve tracks of lemonade debuting on the billboard hot one hundred beyond say also became. I'm the first female acts to chart twelve or more songs at the same time. Oh my gosh. Additionally lemonade was streamed one hundred and fifteen million times through title setting a record for the most streamed album in a single week by female artist in history to what the title refers to title the title. Oh lemonade yes because she was like made fun of but she said lemonade is in reference to her mother-in-law said her this old adage adage that she used to tell her all the time. When life gives you lemons you make lemonade because referencing like this very difficult time. Having and in the like the the the announcement of this she made it seem like this is an adage that you've probably never heard of but his mother I mean. Honestly she was such a wise woman and she said this to me and I was like. That's so powerful so people were like Yeah beyond say we've all heard this my mom. My mom says if life gives you lemons lemons make lemonade cello which is way better actually So the reference was the entire album and this is it's amazing. The entire album is basically her just excoriating Jay Z.. Forgetting on her like explicit and implicit Blissett references to him cheating on her. Yeah and how. She's going to leave with their child. And how she she is going to be. Okay and that like how could you do this to be killed me like all the the stuff and it is a beautiful album about pain and the best part is is that she went on tour for this album and she dragged him along with him so with her so she was like. Oh you cheated on me. You're sorry great. I'M GONNA make this entire album. Bought it. I'M GONNA make a ton of money and you're coming with me and I'm GonNa have you perform on some of the songs long. Yeah now I wonder like how come he came away after that. Like looking okay. I don't because she forgave of him and because she punched him in such a public and like life ending way and then she it was like five be gracious to him that everyone was like okay. We'll let him go. Yeah Buzz I guess yeah. It's very weird. How that worked doubt but yeah she I mean it's like the best scorned woman album ever sorry? The song sorry is phenomenal and the the music music video stop it anyway. It was twenty six third highest selling album in the US. In June twenty nineteen. It was certified three times platinum having sold up two three million album equivalent. Units in the United States alone forget about worldwide so became a most critically acclaimed work to date receiving universal acclaim. Part of the reason why lemonade was so popular. Not only because it was about pain but because for probably the first time in a very overt way she was referencing the history of black experience and she was making explicit references to her culture and she wasn't being apologetic attic about it and she wasn't dumbing it down and she wasn't being she wasn't explaining anything. It was an album for her people in for her people alone. And if you didn't get it then too bad she wasn't going to sit there and explain it to you and people just fucking loved this so several music. Publications included included the Elbe among the best of two thousand sixteen including rolling stone which listed lemonade at number one. And the album's visuals were nominated. In seven categories at the two thousand sixteen MTV video music awards the most ever received by beyond say in a single year and went on to win eight including video of the year for formation. The eight wins made beyond say the most awarded artist artist in the history of the VM. As which was twenty four surpassing Madonna who had twenty so in January twenty seven it. It was announced that beyond say would headline the Coachella Music and arts festival. Right okay. Yes so she would. This would make her the only the second female headliner of the festival since it was founded in nineteen ninety nine fine only the second and then it was later announced on February twenty. Third two thousand seventeen that beyond say would no longer be able to perform at the festival. Due to doctors concerns regarding her pregnancy she was pregnant with the twins so it was. It was announced in January that she was going to headline and then in February she announced she was pregnant with twins and then they were like he's not gonna be able to do that so the festival owners announced that she will instead headlined the Twenty Eighteen Festival but upon the announcement. It's been of her departure from the festival lineup ticket. Prices dropped by twelve percent. Sure so her birth announcement or her expectation spectating announcement she did not. Even her announcement gained over six point three million likes within the first eight hours on instagram. Breaking the world record for the most liked image on the website at the time on July thirteenth. Two thousand seventeen. She uploaded the first image of herself in the twins under instagram account confirming their birth date as the month prior prior on June thirteenth. Two thousand seventeen and the names. Roomy and Sir Carter which With the post becoming the second most liked instagram behind her own pregnancy announcement. So roomie is a is an Indian name meaning love and that's the female twin and then Sir whereas I are is the male twin and sir there's also a makeup artist her makeup artists as a matter of fact Whose name is Sir? And I I don't know if if he if she named her son after him or if that's just like a thing but yeah romy and Sir and Blue Ivy. Those are their children so the twins were born at in California. Ucla Medical Center Remi. The daughter was born before Sir The sun just enough why she wrote of her pregnancy and its aftermath in the September. Two thousand eighteen issue of vogue in which he had full control of the cover and it was shot at hammer would park by photographer. Tyler Mitchell Chill who is only twenty one at the time and was totally unknown photographer but she had seen his instagram account and saw that he was like a really accomplished photographer for his age So she hired him in his career. Blau so April fourteenth twenty eighteen beyond say played the first of you've to weekends as the Headlining Act of the Coachella Music Festival. It opened with with an announcement like a male voice comes on the comes over the P A and it's like nick. This is no longer coachella. This is be Chela and then she liked came out. It was amazing. I like a crowded. It was amazing so her performance of April Fourteenth Eighteenth attended by one hundred twenty. Five thousand festival goers was immediately praised multiple media outlets describing it as historic and it was it became the most tweeted about performance weekend one as well as the most watched show on Youtube of all time the show paid tribute to black culture specifically historically black colleges and universities also known as Hec us and featured alive band with over a hundred dancers and destiny's child also reunited during the show so it's she comes out the whole stages huge bleachers. It looks like bleachers and the band is just it's basically a marching band and there's a ton of them And she comes out and walks down the bleachers and everyone is that the first weekend everyone was in yellow so the yellow. The reason why they were in yellow was because it was a reference to Alpha Phi Alpha which was the first black fraternity which was established in nineteen. O Six and Both Frederick Douglas and Martin Luther King and Jesse Owens all members of this fraternity so it was a in Omar's tab not only just like Hughes General but also this particular fraternity. It was choreographed down to the second she sang live live constantly like two solid hours of her just singing fan. Yeah killing it dead the following weekend. They did it exactly the same same way like again core down to the second but everyone was in. Pink and pink was for Alpha Kappa Alpha which was the first black sorority which was established in nineteen thousand. Eight Coretta Scott King and Tony Morrison or both AKA or Aka. Okay Great. They turned it into a documentary which I will talk about in just moment but on June six twenty eighteen beyond saying husband. Jay Z kicked off there on the run to tour in Cardiff in the UK. Ten days later at their final underperformance compare unveiled. Everything is love which was their joint studio album. which is credited under the name the carters and initially available exclusively on title as you can imagine? The pair also released the video. For the album's lead singer will single which was called Ape Shit Ambience Official Youtube Channel Abe Shit Music video would you. If you haven't seen it you should watch watch it. It was famously filmed in an empty loof. Oh right with the pair standing in front of the Mona Lisa. Basically beyond say Jay z like rented out blue and another great thing about this is not only was it like Ooh Duluth like you. See All these great this great art and it's empty like you never see the loop empty not even photos And it's this idea of all of this. Artwork represents white bodies like you see white bodies everywhere and so it's beyond say and and her dancers and Jay Z and they are in the loop by themselves. And it's this idea of like like putting black bodies onto this like Canon of art history. Sorry representing themselves in this. which is this bastion of Western art? And it's cool and it's beautiful. It's a beautiful and and she looks amazing. She's in like Cheval she they just look right. It's a very good and the song the songs good. It's not my favorite but the music videos. One hundred percents worth watching so on April seventeenth to twenty nine thousand nine she partnered with net flicks and premiered the one hundred and thirty seven minute documentary and concert film homecoming which is basically just the film k of the Coachella governments and the cool thing is is that and it was also intercut intercut with like her talking about her pregnancy and her and how hard it was to get back to like her career and how it really like her body was not the same and stuff like a little bit of personal stuff. But it's mostly the concert and the cool thing is intercut both days so in one scene you'll be watching them like performing and then it'll cut to all of a sudden everybody's pink and all of a sudden reason yellow and it just shows how like to the inch how choreographed this was where they could just intercut both weekends. And there's no seamless except for what they're wearing. So I watched it with Steve. He didn't get it. I think he was bored like halfway through but I was like eyes shining like a kid at Christmas so excited so it was accompanied by the live album which was just the live performance which was called homecoming the live album. It received six nominations at the seventy first primetime creative arts emmys and also most recently beyond say starting the voice Over role of Nala and the remake of Lion King She is featured on the film. Soundtrack released July with a remake of the song. Can you feel the love tonight. Alongside Dan Donald Donald Glover Billy Eichner and Seth Rogan additionally original song from the film by beyond say which is called spirit. is a surprisingly good song. Young and it was released as the lead single from both the soundtrack and The film Ah they also released an album called the lion king the gift and it was produced by the way and she called it a sonic cinema and she also stated the album is influenced by everything from R&B pop hip hop afrobeat and the songs were additionally produced by African producers which beyond said was because authenticity and heart were important into her since the film is set So a little bit about her awards in two thousand and one. She became the first black woman and second female lyricist to win the pop songwriter of the Year award at the American Society of Composers Authors and publishers. Pop Music Awards She was the third woman to have writing writing credits on three number one songs irreplaceable grills and check on it in the same year after Carole King in Nineteen seventy-one Mariah Carey in nineteen ninety-one. And she is is tied with American Lyricist Diane Warren at third with nine songwriting credits on number one singles in May two thousand eleven billboard magazine listed beyond say at number seventeen eighteen on their list of the top twenty hot one hundred songwriters for having co written eight singles that hit number one on the billboard. Hot One hundred. She was one of only three women on that list. This along with Alicia keys and Taylor swift so a little bit about her backing band in two thousand and six beyond introduced her all female tour band which was called. Suga Mama also the name of a song on her album. BJ which includes bassist drummer guitarist horn players keyboards and percussionists. Her background singers called the Mamas and consist of Martina Cooper done L. Crystal Collins and tiffany. Monique Riddick so when she tours she tours with an all female band no questions Asan and they made their debut appearance at the two thousand six bt awards and reappeared in the music videos for irreplaceable and green light and the band have supported beyond say in the most subsequent live performances so when she performs live the Sugar Mamas are backing her and they're amazing like they're also extremely good performers so it's just like a real riot of fun up there it looks like they're having a great time. The Beehive is the name given to be very rabid fan base. Who will come after you online? If you say anything nasty about beyond say beehive please I am. I am a member. I am a worker. Bee in the beehive they were previously titled The beyond Arosh. Gosh which is a Portmanteau obviously of beyond say an entourage. But I like the behind better so a little bit about a beyond saying Jay Z.. As a couple as of April two thousand fourteen the couple have sold a combined. Three hundred million records together. They are known for their private relationship although they have appeared to become more relaxed in recent years and both have acknowledged difficulty that arose in their marriage after JC had an affair. As I mentioned before so again following the release of lemonade which included the single. Sorry in two thousand sixteen speculations arose about Jay Z's alleged infidelity with mistress referred to as Becky in the single. Sorry John Parrella is in the New York. Times pointed out that many of the accusations were aimed specifically and recognizably at him because the whole album is about it and she didn't get any like how come he didn't make an album. Tom Said sorry. I can't imagine she let him. You're not allowed also at the time just before lemonade was released. If you remember correctly there was like a security camera footage that got leaked salons like kicking his ass and yeah elevator and beyonce as like just she doesn't react. She's just like leaning against the wall and watching her like basically kick him a lot and people were like. Oh I wonder what's going on. What do they like? They've and there was rumors about like there was always tension between salon. Jay Z.. Blah Blah Blah but then it came out like oh no it was because that was around the time time that it was That she found out that he was cheating on her. So it was like this whole thing so mtv estimated that by the end of two thousand fourteen beyond say would become the highest. Paid Black Musician in history. This became the case in April of two thousand fourteen in June of two thousand fourteen beyond say ranked number one on the Forbes celebrity one hundred list earning an estimated hundred and fifteen million throughout June twenty thirteen and June twenty fourteen. This intern was the first time she had topped the celebrity one hundred list as well as being her highest yearly earnings to date it also topped the highest paid celebrity couple lists with combined earnings one hundred seven point five million and as twenty eighteen Forbes calculated her net worth to be three hundred and fifty fifty five million and in June of the same year ranked her as the thirty fifth highest earning celebrity with annual earnings of sixty million dollars. This tide beyond say with Madonna as the only two female artists to earn more than one hundred million within a single year twice as a couple of Jay Z. They have a combined net worth of one point sixteen billion with a B. CH in July two thousand seventeen billboard announced that beyond say was the highest paid musician of two thousand sixteen with an estimated total of sixty two point one million beyond say is known for coining popular phrases such as and puttering on it a euphemism for marriage proposal. I woke up like this which started a trend of posting morning. Self with the HASHTAG. I woke up like this and boy. By which which was used as part of the Democratic National Committee's Campaign for the two thousand twenty election. Yeah all right similarly. She also came up with the phrase visual album following the release of her our fifth studio album which had a video for every song and now a little bit about her voice beyond say is a Mezzo Soprano with a three point a five octave range. What does that mean while the average person singer or not has a two octave range? In contrast Whitney Houston Freddie Mercury Curie and Mariah in her prime all had five ranges so she is a very good and precise singer. Her Range is excellent. It's not the best but you know it wasn't her octave range. That got her where she is. So that is my not so quick and dirty you about beyonce Knowles Carter. I just learned so much. It's like like I was there for some of it. Yeah when it happened. But I didn't like have a The catalog of this yeah. I would highly recommend if you are trying to get into beyond say as like an artist and not like a pop singer singer. I highly recommend the beyond say album available on spotify. It's just a really good very sophisticated. Musically album and my favorite song is called Jealous. Ellis which I wasn't going to put as thinking music because it's kind of a slow tempo song. I wanted something a little bit more fun but Yeah Jealous. Incredible her voice on that. Oh stop it. It's amazing anyway enough about beyond say my quiz for you. Today is called beyond say a quiz on bees and their friends question number one many species of bees and wasps are what's called use social. Which means they live in communities and there is a division of Labor amongst the insects this creates specialized groups within the communities which are called? What a term usually used for Hindu hereditary classes question number two true or false bumblebee should be capable of flight due to its fatness in comparison to its tiny wings question number three think back to elementary school science class? Can you name the three sections of an ant spotty question number four. They have a history of being worker. Bees but what western. US State is known as the Beehive State question number five. It doesn't seem all that regal but the secretion that a honeybee produces that is used for food for Larvae and the Queen Bee is called. What question number six larger than the female male worker bees and really playing into a stereotype male honeybees have no stinger and do no work? All they do is meet with the Queen. What are male honeybees commonly called question? Seven the two thousand seven film flop B. Movie Was a pet project of Jerry. Seinfeld voiced the role of the Berry Benson who falls in love with a florist name. Vanessa Bloom which squinty eyed actress voiced the role of Vanessa. Question Number Eight. How much honey does a single honeybee produced in his lifetime? Is it a one twelfth of a teaspoon the one sixth of a teaspoon see one half a teaspoon or d a teaspoon question number nine. We knew they were a bunch of aggressive jerks while beasts feed their larvae from their own bodies. wasps feed their young. What what which makes at least a little sense? Why keeps warming around our barbecues and finally question number ten? I'm going to name four types of these and you're gonNA tell me if they're real or something. I made up one brown belted Bumblebee to sucato killer. Three digby or four black need bumblebee. I'll give you a minute to think about it. Enjoy countdown and I'll be right back with your answers Eh. In your take then the dedicated to the head. Yeah all right question. Number One. Many species of bees and wasps are what's called use social. Which means that they live in communities? And there's a division of Labor amongst the insects this creates specialized groups within the community which are called what a term usually used for Hindu hereditary predatory classes. Thank you pass Julia. This answer casts yes the answer is cast. I don't need to explain it because you already explained it. Beautifully for us. in last week's episode question number two true or false bumblebee should be incapable of flight due to its fatness in comparison to its tiny wings. True false. The origin of this claim has been difficult to pin down with any certainty. There was an anecdote about an unnamed Swiss aerodynamicists at a dinner party who perform form some rough calculations and concluded presumably ingest that according to the equations. BUMBLEBEES cannot fly. The answer is basically. It's all about power relative to size. Okay question number three think back to elementary school science class. Can you name the three sections of an spotty head. Yes Thorax yes abdomen. Good job OB. This is true for all insects. spiders have only to a fused heads lash thorax and an abdomen which is why they're the scourge of the earth. I have an agreement with the spider that lives in our bathroom. That if he stays away for me I'll stay away from best very kind of you. Yeah that's good. Embargo are not an embargo Was Home Looking for peace treaty. A treaty yes. You have a spider treaty. Question Number Four. They have a history of being worker. Bees but what western. US State Eight is known as the Beehive State. That's UTAH IT IS UTAH. It's because of the Mormons. Yeah Yeah question number five. It doesn't seem all that regal. But the secretions Asian that honeybee produces that is used for food for Larvae and the Queen Bee is called. What Royal Jelly? It is called Royal. Jelly Royal Jelly is widely marketed. As a dietary terry supplement is an alternative medicine that falls under the category of EPA therapy both the European food safety authority and the USDA have concluded that the current evidence inst- does not support the claims of health benefits and have actively discouraged the sale and consumption of jelly great. Don't eat royal jelly. Don't smear it on your on your toast. Either stopping question number six larger than the female worker bees and really playing into a stereotype male honeybees have no stinger and do no work. All they do is meet with the Queen. What are male honeybees is commonly called drone drones drones just mate and then they die as a matter of fact as a good piece of trivia fertilized queen eggs become female worker bees and unfertilized eggs become drones? How about that? Yeah so the AH question number seven the two thousand seven film flop B. Movie Was a pet project of Jerry Seinfeld who voiced the role of be Berry Benson. Who falls in love with florist named Vanessa Bloom which squinty eyed actress voice? The role of Vanessa Vanessa. Is it for nasal. It is Renee Zellweger. Only got that. Because of your clue well doesn't Thomson of the Washington Post said quote b-movie feels phoned in on every level. The images usually computer animations biggest draw are disappointingly average. Ask for the funniest stuff. Well that's where you were supposed to come in meeting Jerry Seinfeld another critic said if I believed in a Sitcom Afterlife. I'd swear the whole thing was cooked up by Kramer and George's dad question number eight. How much honey does a single honeybee producing a lifetime one twelfth of a teaspoon one-sixth one half or one teaspoon On split the difference. I'll say one six it is one twelfth of a teaspoon a bee colony on the other hand can produce sixty to one hundred pounds of honey a per year which just goes to show how many bees are in question number nine. We knew they were a bunch of aggressive jerks while beasts feed their larvae from their own bodies. Ladies wasps feed their young what which makes at least a little sense why they keep swarming around our barbecues. I don't I don't know they. They feed the meat really. Yeah like protein. Isn't that wild WASPS also eat food. Just in general which is why they're so aggressive when you're just trying to enjoy burger yeah gross an Evil Okay and finally question number ten. I'm going to name four types of bees and you're gonNA tell me if they're real or something. I made up Brown belted Bumblebee. Fake real a CICADA killer real yes real digger be a real real and black. Need Bumblebee. Fake fake I made that up. It's got little black needs. Well thank you L. A.. Thank you for listening about my quiz bees and my thing ambiance a much much needed much-needed. Yeah so you're welcome everybody. 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Audio Judo: Favorite Christmas Albums

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Audio Judo: Favorite Christmas Albums

"You've heard the music now. Here's the story from director frank marshall. Hbo's new documentary the bg's how can you mend broken heart. Chronicles the highs and lows of brothers berry maurice and robin gibb and the evolution of the prolific career as the bg's through interviews and never before seen footage discover how they navigated the ever changing music industry and complex dynamics of family and fame. Watch it now on hbo and hbo. Max hello everybody looking into another episode of audio judo very special episode about judo. Our second ever christmas episode. I'm kyle. And i m matthew. Welcome to argue judo. Proud member of the pantheon podcast network We arranged to release this episode on christmas day. Twenty twenty. so if you're listening on the release day. I hope you're having a merry christmas. Join your family as much as possible. Under the current conditions of this review year also hannukah ended on december eighteenth. So i hope our jewish friends enjoy the festival of lights. This season as well if you are listening some other day our hope. Is that your holiday season with everything you wanted to be. And it is our sincere wish that twenty twenty one holds better things than this past year did. Oh that would be nice so as commented. I'd like to welcome everyone to our second holiday. Second annual holiday episode angle last year. We're joined by special guest. Our resident holiday expert and my wife heather. That episode was so successful that we decided to invite her back. So welcome back heather. Thank you very much. We're glad you could make back all the way from the living all the way from now it was far. How is your christmas decorating going. So far i'm behind. Where i want to be as i am every year but i'm about five treason now so you're doing how many this year thirteen not even halfway yet right. But it's not quite thanksgiving when nor recording. Got a while. i. I'm gonna knock a few out this this weekend house really. Yes okay as when you say. I'm going to knock on a few deeming matthews going to be doing a few put a couple but he's not allowed to. I'm not allowed to decorate it all have like decorations on one side. Verboten just one side of decorations in the back would be bear. So what you got to get a corner tree for that. And you've only got a decorated. Exactly it's one of them. Balsams top tip just letting everybody know you just put it in the corner. Last year we spent a good deal of time talking about the history of holiday music with a strong focus on christmas music We talked about where it came from what its roots were and how it developed into a more commercial enterprise like most things christmas and what its place is in the current musical spectrum. Then we talked about our five favorite holiday songs this year. We decided to each pick our favorite holiday album and talk about that to fall a little more in line. With what audio judo typically does so. The original air quotes original. Christmas album was actually just titled merry christmas by bing crosby released in nineteen forty five. This album was the number one christmas album for six years and actually topped the pop charts for thirty nine weeks. Whoa it has sold over fifteen million copies. Second only to elvis presley's blue christmas that includes medical leaky maka jingle bells. Santa claus coming to town and the number one christmas song of all time white christmas which as a single has sold over fifty million copies in fact this record other than the original cast recording of oklahoma which was released in nineteen forty three is the longest continuous imprint record in the music industry. Wow also still charts in two thousand eighteen. This record charted at number forty five on the billboard two hundred speaking to the enduring popularity of holiday music and because of that pretty much every artist has released some form of a holiday record. It just makes sense because they sell. There are bands artists that base their whole careers on their backs of the holiday season bands. Like mannheim steamroller trans siberian orchestra. Michael boob laid to some degree. Even the newest to the full pentatonic seemed to center their work on the season and great benefit as they sell out or did sell out. Thanks covid their concert tours and sell record after record so our plan we each chose one record. And we're going to talk about why it's our favorite and unlike a lot of what audio judo does. The merits of wide is our favorite will most likely not be musicianship or the lyrics or anything like that but probably the memories that it conjures The feelings the song evoke and the joy that it brings. So let's get started carlse l. goody. I get to start this one off down background before we jump into yours. I got so much background about my record. Not necessarily personal background. I i got to be. I don't really know why. I like this record. It's been in my christmas rotation for for many many years. It's the ventures christmas album From nineteen sixty five. It's very Surf music christmas album. I guess is a good way to put it to good way to put it. And i don't really it's it's like i said i found i when i was probably fifteen or sixteen in a record store. Actually probably the second hand store but it was on a record ended It's just kind of been there. Since then i've always i've had a copy of it since then it's always they at least one or two tracks on here. Come up every christmas season. If i've got to make a playlist or whatever if you not familiar with the ventures are They're an american instrumental rock band that was formed in nineteen fifty eight in tacoma washington. But don wilson and bob bogle weirdly there one of those bands that so few people like if you're like oh the ventures people like you. I don't know who that is. But they are incredibly influential They helped popularize the electric guitar. Sound in the united states and in europe and japan to They're still incredibly popular in japan. Yeah their popularity here. Sort of weighed in the seventy s but legacy they're instrumental and i think that's one of the reasons why they were their popularity sort of spread around the world because there were no lyrics to understand. They are the best selling instrumental band of all time. Exact with over a hundred and ten million records sold in Walk don't run. Their very first. Single ever is frequently cited by many famous guitar players as one of their most influential songs. They also did the song that you'll probably recognize the most. The hawaii five o theme song was recorded by them. It was composed by a man named morton stevens But the ventures version of it became the one that was made popular by the tv show and it actually charted at number four on the billboard. Top one hundred charts. They have thirty eight albums that have charted in the us and they've released over two hundred and fifty. Yeah which is just just crazy crazy. It is nuts. They are number six best overall performer of the nineteen sixties. And you've gotta remember bagels. These beatles elvis rolling stones the door zoro's there were so many hughes acts there and they were number six is That's insane in nine hundred sixty three. They had five. Lp's on the billboard top one hundred they have total fourteen singles that have hit the billboard. Top one hundred Like matthew said over one hundred million records sold Which makes them the best selling instrumental rock band of all time. They're recording of walk. Don't run was inducted into the grammy hall of fame for its lasting impact on music and in two thousand and eight. The whole group was inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame. Pretty pretty pedigree. It's good it's a good pedigree. I didn't know they also recorded the famous version of wipeout. Yes they will they re recorded. It was it a re recording. Yes so they did not create that they re recorded it and their version became very very popular just because of the name brand so there are two things that we do need to bring up about sort of surf bands from this era. So number one. Most of them had rotating roster's one or two core musicians would hang out for a long time and a lot of the other musicians would swap out from time to time So on this particular album. It was a don wilson rhythm guitar baba ghulam base Edwards lead guitar and mel taylor on drums. The other thing we need to talk about is that during this time all of the surf rock bands were covering each other constantly so one would come out with wipe out and then twenty other bands would cover it with slightly different versions. And in one of those would chart and then some band would come out with ghost riders on the storm. And that one would chart then twenty other people would cover it it. It's a very weird. It's very difficult to figure out who created the songs originally. Because if you go look and you're like oh this. Is the version most familiar with you. Go look at it. And it's like written by so and so and so and so and you're like oh then you look them up and it's like oh they were in this other band and then it's like. Oh they wrote it but they didn't originally record it. They sold it to some other ban. And then you can look that band up and it's like oh that's the original recording of it but it was written by these guys from this band and then made famous by these other guys from this other band so this is more of a surf. Music qanon. Yes i mean. I'm sure it happens in other genres but it's very very popular and surf music for a song to become popular and then every other surf ban covers it and a lot of times they would use it to fill in like you know. Obviously at the time they were selling sing a lot of single records they would use it on the b. side of a record the forty five the forty five They would use it on the b side of a single record in order to up their sales. So if you knew wipe out was really popular song and you weren't sure about your new track. How good convenient yet. They're wipe out on the back of it. But anyways i digress surf music for christmas little bit of a weird fit. I like it. I like him a lot. Because it's it's cold. it's dark snowy. You want to think about summer to be and you think about the beach. Yeah so this album peaked at number nine when it was originally released on the top. One hundred charts. It's very short only not even twenty seven minutes long and it's they're all secular christmas songs on here so there's nothing Nothing religious directly really on this album. Cover a super simple. It's a christmas wreath with some guitar. Sticking through it. The photograph by ken. Kim who did the photography and the art direction for the album. Yeah real simple very sixties album. Cover look to it It started out with their. These are all super common popular winter. Christmas songs Opens with sleigh ride. But it's a little bit different it starts out as the ventures famous walk. Don't run. And then more cindy sleigh ride and it sounds a little bit like this snowflakes is the next track. That was it yes. Well that's not the whole song. Obviously that's just a little clip of it. But i mean. I play but this is a really figured you know sleigh rides. Such a well known song didn't think everybody need to hear it over and over and over again no plus encourage people to listen to the track so if you just like that go. Listen to the track Snowflakes the next track on here. It's actually a green sleeves famous ancient to. I guess you would call it. That was used for. What child is this. I believe we talked about that last year. I think we did William chatterton dix. Sixty five very chatterton. But this this particular arrangement of it is is credited. A bogle edwards taylor and wilson two. It's it's a very nice cover of the song Santa claus is coming to town actually incorporates. Parts of the song wooly bully by sam the sham. And the pharaohs mo san shannon and the sham Jingle bells incorporates pieces of point panic by the safaris who are the band who originally recorded. wipe out as we're talking about a little bit earlier. Jingle bell rock incorporates parts of memphis by johnny rivers. I really liked this version of jingle bell rock especially this part where it's the incorporation of memphis berry a bluesy at the beginning. Yes very very heavy heavy. Blues at the beginning and then it You know speeds up lapierre silver bells. Orville red rhodes Playing steel guitar on this one Into a box which as far as people can tell this is only the second time that's ever been recorded an album. They popularized the fuzz. Guitar sound did yeah. At the very beginning of what the early sixty red actually invented the standalone fuzzy ended in nineteen sixty two and they used it. The ventures used it before on an album called the in-space was released in nineteen sixty three and it sounds by today's standards. It's a little Week but this is what it sounded like. Originally you know what that sounds like. Frampton comes alive. It's not quite frampton comes lead. But what do you think it sounds. It sounds like sounds like that in the future when marty's was like fading away from the guitar onstage and it's like out on this song definitely is not the strongest this albany. Hold his hand up in front of his face in his like transparent. Exactly that's what that feels like. That's a mendez visual that i get and then we're going to imply that a white guy invented rock and roll so we're gonna take that away from him to marvin berry marvin berry to cousin. Marvin marvin barry genius gene. Frosty the snowman up net. I'm sorry rudolph. The red-nosed reindeer is up next which opens with the beatles. I feel fine. Is that what that was weird combination but it works Frosty the snowman opens with the chance. Tequila how old was. I feel fine by on very old a couple of years. Maybe this is sixty five right. Wow actually what's again. This is another one of those weird things where the beatles were influencing every single band out there at the time and the beatles were also also listening to so many different bands. There's a part where. I believe it's george harrison says i should have written down the quote now but He says something very nice about the ventures guitar player. He says that it was. The sound was revolutionary. It sounds better than anything. That's coming out of great britain right now. Something like that. I'm pretty sure you say that. At least once an episode. What i should have written down. Yes it's because. I do so much research and if i write it all down i end up with like ten pages and i'm like okay. This is gonna be here for twelve hours. And then i go through and i. I'm not gonna use this quote and then i throw it out and then something comes up and it's a perfect setup and i'm like yeah i feel fine so was released on november twenty third nineteen sixty four so years of a year so they they listen to it borrowed. It stuck it on their record like i said frosty the snowman. starts out with the champs tequila tequila. Uh well made famous. Of course by peewee. Herman the next song is called scrooge to very weird was very strange. It sounds almost like a halloween song to me. It sounds like it would fit really well in nightmare before christmas. I think nobody picked that one nightmare before christmas. Yeah that's next year really. Is it a halloween album. Kind of crossover. So you can't really lump it into just christmas but it is a holiday record. That just ends on your holiday of choice coming up next fall. Best records of fall halloween record. We can all pick this this record in. Find a place where to fit. I believe who's jam it in in This is halloween. Yeah like yeah. Yeah that is. This is that has this. Is halloween remember. That's it as far as i can tell. Scrooge is an original composition by ventures It's credited to them. It's kind of a weird fit on this album Next up cover blue christmas which incorporates parts of the searchers When you walk into the room because doesn't everybody do a version of blue christmas. Of course did you know it's. It's not an original elvis composition. That i didn't at then we talk about this and we may have Billy hayes and jay w johnson originally performed by doyo dell in nineteen forty eight quite a ways before way. I'm probably doi a pretty sure elvis. I'm gonna offend somebody out there. I'm pretty sure. Elvis didn't do anything originally. Oh peanut butter and banana sandwiches. That extra elvis invention then. I offended other than that. It shook his hips. That's true. But i don't know that he didn't compose anything at all. So whatever going We wish you a merry christmas. This is probably if you've ever heard a track off this album this is probably the one Opens with these really quiet bells playing a really classic version of the song and then it swings into some guitar no clip. No clipper this. When sarah probably i want people to listen to it. I can only pick three clips. Hamstring stringer there. I'm sorry this is probably the most traditional cover on this entire album. It sounds very much like this but with a little bit of swing guitar and swing guitar in the background we talking about. We wish you mary. Chris Finally last rainier white christmas surf styled cover of the irving berlin so they did a blue christmas and a white christmas all the christmases as must do yeah I don't know need both. Both color are familiar with the surf band. Santo and johnny know sleepwalk their most famous song. Where brown burnt burnt point puerto. We're i kind of recognized that from the weekend. play it later. And you'll immediately recognize outright. But i spent a lot of time researching this song because their version of white christmas definitely took influences from santo and johnny. I'm almost positive. It pulled directly from one of their songs. I know that i've heard it before. I can't figure out what's on it is and it was driving me insane for three days because i just kept like okay. Let's listen to other. Let's listen to like ten albums today. Trying to figure out which song it is not to get halfway through. So it's not this one next this next not this one next. Did you listen. To all of santo and johnny's catalog not offended figuring all of it but as much as they could find a lot of stuff on youtube. And there's a couple of people on youtube that are like this isn't sleepwalk but what is it. I couldn't heard of santo and johnny. So if you are out there and you listen to this version of the song and you listen to. And you're familiar with santo and johnny. I'm sure a large part of our listener. Base is If you are how all of our indian listeners possible though to you yes welcomes if you are familiar with it though and you know what song influence this version of white christmas drop me line info audio judo dot com or kyle audio dot com And that's it so after doing a weight so after doing a beach boys episode earlier in the year. I'm getting this sneaking suspicion that you like surf style. I do believe i came out of the surf. Music closet during the beach. boys episode. Deny you did you did it. Which surprises me about it. Just this is. It's one of those things. So have you ever served. I have not ever since. I'm way too top heavy to serve our surf guitar. Yeah i i did try. Skim boarding once and south miserably. Got all sandra shaeber over chafed all the exposed skin and then the The second time. I was going to go a skim boarding so horrible story. But i'm gonna tell it feel like it needs to be out there now. I'm just going to distract us from christmas here. I was headed down to the virgin river which matthews very familiar with anthony. Yeah and a lot of people used to go skateboarding down there. And as we were headed down there there was an ambulance by side of the river. Was there for me. It was there to get matthew out of the quakes. No it turned out what had happened is there was the kid that I did not know him personally but he was my sister's age and she knew him of new of him anyways he had been skim boarding and he. I don't know if you've ever been skateboarding. But you throw the skim board on like wet sand and jump on it and try to write it us doing that. He fell off and landed in such a way that he part of his male anatomy found a piece of rebar that had been hidden in the sand. Merry christmas at that he He earned the nickname mutable. Unibond universal river. Yeah move so. I decided not to ever skim board to get after that and having to this day but made up for it by listening to a bunch of surf style music is it did more research about them. I as i dug into the ventures. I think you had brought this up. But they are not only just kind of successful. In japan they are the most successful american rock and roll band from the united states that his career in hand they actually outsell the beatles two to one two in japan so i guess. I didn't realize that the japanese people had such an affinity for surf music. I think it's got a lot to do with you know the they do love hawaii. They love the pacific islands. True they love that sort of. It's such a neat though. It's just it's very interesting. I think it's sort of in the same way that we think of like popular american vacation places like a lot of people go to southern california So there's that sort of southern california iraq can kick back at the beach sound Laid back yeah. I think that japanese people think of a lot of surf music and hawaiian styled music the same way because so many of them take vacations to hawaii. They think all americans are on the beach. Winds are on the beach on the timeshare. Also so besides the fuzz. Guitar sound They were also one of the earliest proponents of the concept record recording around a particular theme which is unique in. Its own right when you take into consideration that it had to out of necessity be an instrumental theme not a lyrical theme which is not easy to do. But that is I like that. I listen to it on a run it was. It was very good. Yeah it's interesting. It's a fun. Like i said it's it's i rarely listen to it as a whole album. If i'm honest a lot of these tracks come outta here. When i need to make christmas. Play list where. I need something to lake. You know okay. Here's the three standards that everybody plays. And i need some other stuff to go in here and i'll pick a couple of songs out of this and throw them in there. 'cause they're unique enough and a lot of people have never heard them. They're good enough that a lot of people aren't going to be like what is this crap and they're upbeat enough that it's not a sad christmas song which is just depressing for everybody so i have a question. Yes since it's an instrumental. Do you find that when you listen to it. You actually sing the lyrics to what the actual song feels like. I do that. That's a good question depends on. How many beers have had. Let's consider maybe you've had three maple mackinaw budge beers Three of those yes. I would definitely be singing lyrics and laying on the ground slurring. My speech seraing home. But i like that. That's a that's a unique choice. I i dig it good. I'm glad led the effort. Like 'cause choice sucks. Pass it on. But we'll say that really. I figured as much better. What do you got for us all right so there are so many in. It's just just like last year. You asked me to put it in a little box and give you just a certain amount. And that's jock's very mean because i'm asking. Well what can i say entire season. It's months and months of listening to different music. But i had to go with michael boo boo blaze christmas album which is legally And and honestly i. it's because he he. He was able to combine all of those. That i love all in one. And you know with the modern day. vibe it. It's just it's an incredible album so of history on the album itself so it's his seventh studio. It's his first full length holiday album. He actually did have an album prior to this but it was on. It only have five songs on it and he actually incorporated those songs into the full length album. It was released in the us in october of twenty eleven and by december it rose to one on the billboard two hundred album sales chart and held that spot for the next four weeks so not quite as impressive as the bing. Crosby one but still you know respectable. It is his most successful album of all of his albums. Got a number on that It well i. I have a little bit as of twenty twenty. It has sold four point. Three eight million in the us alone us alone. Y twelve million worldwide. Whoa pretty incredible. It also won a juno award in twenty twelve for album of the year being the first holiday album to ever earn this award which is a reminder for people out there the junos are the basically the canadian grammys so thank you very much And he promoted this album in that same year in december of twenty eleven on at the nbc television special. A michael boob. Lay christmas which i watched when it when it came out it was. It was great He's continued to wear the crown of mr christmas through the last nine years. I would say that's fairly accurate. Even though he only has one full length crystals yeah. He's pretty incredible. He has said in interviews that all of the songs that appear on. This album are his sentimental favorites And there's only one originally written a song on on the album which ironically is my least favourite on that record. Yeah to me too so personally. Love this album because he takes. What are a lot of my own favorites any weaves them into a tapestry of lively holiday cheer mixed with nostalgia topped with blue blaze. Sweet dulcet tones. It moves from dancefloor excitement to childhood memories to new orleans balconies watching the passing parade to sipping hot chocolate watching the snowflakes dance on the icy breeze. So warm and fun from the first song to the last so now go into the songs it starts out with a dreamy entry way. Very mystical and leads into the imagery in my head of a snow dusted street and kicking off with. It's beginning to look a lot like christmas. It brings all of those emotions and the excitement of the coming season to life. Any makes me want to start putting up my christmas trees because it takes a while to it and here's a little taste of that song beginning to look like toys but the prettiest sight. Here's the holiday that on your own dogu. Charlotte's chris smith us more to finish off the song with an addition of the italian word for love which is an omani to his roots and a fitting expression for the season. It's a great song. So if you gave him a crappier mike. It would be hard to distinguish that song from something that was recorded in two thousand eleven to something that was recorded in nineteen forty five agreed b. Is his voice in that. Particular song is so rich and velvety that he fits right in with like the crosby's the komo's the andy williams and that the only like if you just gave them a shittier mike and clipped it a couple of times it you wouldn't you wouldn't be able to tell because that mike is so good it's like oh that's perfect. Nerva definitely perfect. But i i absolutely love that version of that song. I agree He goes on to santa. Claus is coming to town in. Which is the second song on the album and then He goes into the third track. Which is jingle bells with the pechiney. Sisters michael's favourite version a little. A little trivia hair. Michael's favorite of this song is actually being crosby's version so bringing it back to the beginning there. It is pretty good. Yeah this song is actually modeled. After the nineteen forty three recording of bing crosby and the andrews sisters it's very quick tempo. D- it's the has that thirty forty s flare flapper jazzy dancehall glitz and dazzle. And it has the big band in the background. Sounds a little bit like this same through the snow. Passing open sleigh. Oh the oh way. Too spirits bri. Oh sing song. Vows jingle bells jingle too long open all those to poland This is my favorite song on the record. By far definite throwback to toback then so as you mentioned these are the pini sisters unlike the andrews sisters. They aren't actual sisters by more of abs forms group. There's only one penny. And the they she kinda hires people to fill that out They're fantastic. And i know we have talked about this very much You and your wife have talked about the pini before very much. Remind me of the maharashtra sisters from the finger lakes finger lakes and all i end up picturing his kristen wig as dimmer knees whether tiny baby hands popping the bubbles in near a how it brings me joy every time picture. That's what i'm seeing in my head. I can't see anything but that one and two and here we go here we go. Mario sisters from finger lakes. Fred armisen to star in a like a biopic about lawrence. Well it's welcome. That would be great. nothing. I can do it tomorrow. Yeah all right then. He goes into white christmas as as is necessary. And on every christmas. I believe it to obligated dettori and with shania twain who canadian yes indeed Then it goes into a much loved. All i want for christmas. Is you who maybe but whoa. Whoa whoa that. Just turn a holly jolly christmas. I thought maybe it was my two front teeth. Although on for christmases no is front. Teeth you out to me yeah. Hey holly jolly christmas followed by the santa baby. So i have to pause here and and you know so. This is the single song on the album that that i just. It makes me pause because if you remember last year. Santa baby was on my naughty list. Yes because it. Just it's it's everybody's intention or the they feel like they have to sing it in a winey trying to be sexy voice. And it's just it's terrible the kit and donna. Terrible cindy lauper. All of them so So but his version. He has this tongue in cheek. Kind of smarmy nece that he creates in in this version and it's in it makes it tolerable like almost verging on enjoyable listening to it again today. Yeah it's it does have the the smarmy nece like he's almost trying too hard to make that to shoehorn that into the forties fifties sound But the fact that he Altered the lyrics to make it a little bit more palatable And not so slutty right that you're like Man yeah that's not as horrible and it's not you're right it's not the santa come hither voice right like santa's got a wife. It's more right. This is his friends more like santa. Give me shit voice. Like hey bro. What's in the bag stuff. Yeah it's it's a much more tolerable version of it. I liked that. Then have yourself a merry little christmas and then christmas baby. Please come home Silent night which has again goes into the obligatory children's choir must do a children's choir. You must have it in a it's okay. You know. I love silent knight. It's what did you compare that to carmel. Well the other day in the peanuts peanuts. You know you've got that background. The the children's choir forty kids yelling rising right softens it with his his nice caramel. Avoid us and then blue christmas. Which is the last clip. That i have This song from michael's favorite version of this song is by dean martin Because he liked how laid back. Dean was on it because he was always drunk. Yeah which is interesting because the direction michael went So yeah deem was laid back. Michael michael went with a more of a swing undertone. And he spiced it up with kind of new orleans zydeco feel and you can hear that here in the clip. I have a blue christmas without you via the blue. just thinking about shawn's overran. Christmas won't be the same that takes me back to the years we spent going back and forth on visits and dropping christian off in the by you when he was studying at two lane. Oh man it's that's so nice to hear that type. That's the sound is so like etched into my brain. That new orleans sound that big band swing dixie sound. It's like were so cool and such a great interpretation of that song. Zoo the big swing and dixie sound. Dick this is not generally one of my favorite christmas songs. Elvis ruined it for me. It was overplayed. it's everywhere and i get sick of hearing it but in year without a single i was gonna say my favorite version of this is actually in a year without a santa claus. But i think that's more for nostalgia reasons than for musical reasons but musically this version is is the top version of that song. He's got the perfect christmas voice. He just does just karmally. We're going to have problems are you. You're really after boublil. I think we're good all right. And then he goes into cold december night which is his co written Track again. Probably the least favorite on the album. But but i think it's just because there's no memories that are attached. Yeah you know all of the other ones have those memories of childhood in the movies and the and just Just growing up with it year in year out and this one's new and so it's hard to have that head. I think we need to earmark this and In about fifty years come back and talk about it and you feel about it when it's fifty years older. I'm there all right. Well remember anything. But i'll be there then into i'll be home for christmas and finishing up with ave maria and felice novel dodd and then on some some versions of the because there's a couple of different editions of the album he actually has at the end of one of them. A montage of music pieces of music of songs from all of those claymation movies that we did grow up you and so it's actually a really cool on really. I have not heard that. I should check that out. So first of all the great choice agreed the credits list for this record. Reads like a. Who's who of session musicians. Look at it vinnikova. So one of the finest drummers who's ever lived josh freeze is played with everyone from perfect circle to guns and roses. Bob rock whose produced so many outstanding bands over the years foster. Everyone knows david foster. He's like the quintessential like pop writer of like movie themes and stuff like that. It's an impressive list. So it's not like just went in with a bunch of amateurs this is Solidly put together record from top to bottom. And it's no wonder that it sells twelve million copies because like you said incorporates. The nostalgia of of picking the right songs. Like obviously there's there's obligatory choices he has to make. But the way you kyle unit. I've talked about this repeatedly about how to pace a record out. Yeah like how it works together in in how you begin it and how you end. It is just as critical as everything in between and just coming out of the gate with. It's beginning to look a lot. Like christmas is perfect choice but he paces things and structures them in such a way that it's like it's hard to get around. That being a quintessential christmas record that everyone should listen to every year. Just put it in the rotation. Because it's it's just that good i agree i do have to say though. There is one song missing that. I would love to have included on this album. More announced the christmas song the chestnuts roasting on fire. Somebody's chestnuts rose to his his michael boob laid done that somewhere else our That is a that is an interesting omission And it's the only one. That's that's really missing after we'll have to look into that but that's an excellent choice Carl you did a little research during the break which i did So i know there was just saying that The one song she wished was on michael boob lays christmas album was The christmas song chestnuts roasting notifier scher. It is the extended version. Kaushik the deluxe special edition. I only looked it up on itunes. I'm sure it's available other places at the deluxe super special expanded edition. It is a nineteen inch latest. It is the one thousand nine hundred gold plated. Vinyl carlin shimmer only available in japan on tuesdays. So it's very very limits on record store day record store day. Only in japan man could be tried discards. Dogs dogs dot com. There's a christmas present idea. But you know you have to get the actual cd. You want the cd on the vinyl the cd on the compound disc and to my christmas music copy that yes all right. Okay got back disc weirdo. I'll get cracking on that. Areo have from it was it was like the original stereo that we bought from the incredible universe in like nine thousand nine hundred ninety five or six years. Yeah this incredible universe store in denver. Jbl speakers elliott hayes so So i guess it's my turn is so i'm like you to which seemed like you knew exactly what you wanted to talk about which is impressive. A very difficult time settling on an album to choose. I kind of waffled back and forth between several records for different reasons In the more. I listened to them all the more difficult it became. They were all important records to me at different and unique stages of my life for for a while. I was leaning towards berry. Chris by marty homes Because of the drive back from disneyworld michigan ten times. The kids were little. They loved that record and it was so ridiculous but it could be my favorite because it was just so memory filled. It was fantastic for a while. It was a bare naked for the holidays by the bare naked. Ladies because it is such a well-crafted record and it's also it's long as twenty one songs on it. Couple of great collaborations with sarah mclaughlin any relatively unknown at the time. Canadian crooner michael boob may indeed It's also it's a lot of fun But maybe a little bit just a little bit too much fun and not quite as memorable for a brief moment. I thought it might be time. Steamroller mom's favorite and that's more. It's more of a mom other than jazz band where we used to play a lot of those songs. There's no real connection to it. Other than my mom loved listening to it so could have easily been when my heart finds christmas by harry. Connick junior it is one of the quintessential holiday records went. Triple platinum we still listen to it every year. That was also the first holiday record that we really listened to as a couple. Oh i had for years and years And right hard hands. For years and years i become more and more disillusioned with the whole christmas machine. in my late teens and i'm sure that was a product of me being the youngest in the family in the joy of the holiday kind of change to the commercialism of the holiday Get everyone gifts because you have to became very heartless. I got in my late teens. Just something you did. And then. I met heather as she's the second oldest of six so when i went to hang out with her family on christmas there was plenty of joy and excitement and love in their own particular way and she changed all for me in fact she changed it for the whole family. My whole family We had the same decorations year after year. They went in the same places. We made the same cookies. We did the same thing less out of tradition and more out of complacency and here she is breath of fresh air just rolling in. She changes everything first thing. She did bring in a second tree more decorations. It started that early on. Yeah more decorations. More lights more joy more fun and while this record when my heart finds christmas by harry connick holds a lot of special meaning to me. It's the word joy that i began to hover on this record doesn't give me all of the joy i love. It is enjoyable to listen to. But i'm not filled with joy in this year this year that needs joy above all else that needs fun and imagination and the suspension of reality because reality is just so awful right now i choose joy. I chose not the best sounding record. Not the most popular record. I chose is my favorite holiday record. John denver and the muppets christmas together. Because because it is with that record that i have had the most joy of my life from being a kid hanging with my mom to now decorating the trees with heather to sharing that love with my kids. This record fills me with joy of christmas together was released in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine as the soundtrack companion to the special that aired on december fifth. Nineteen seventy nine on abc. I remember watching the special with by mom. I was sitting at the kitchen table doing my holiday duty of helping my mom with christmas cookies. One job crushed the nuts. I saw this little glass jar on the top was a hand. Crank with some metal teeth in the cylinder. I would load it up with walnuts and crush for her. Cookies was years green yellow or brown. It was it we still have it and it is yellow and brown like with like little diamond. Ooh you did it. Every year bomb would pour me glass of eggnog which i always hated back then and watch whatever specials will come on for a few years. There was a one eight hundred number. That was a direct dial to santa got to do that a few times. The times were simpler. The music reflected that but it was filled with so much love so much joy. So i'm not gonna go specifically like you guys. I'm not going to necessarily track by track. But i'm gonna highlight a few songs. And i read a bunch of reviews about this people most likely discounted this as a children's album too simple and silly but isn't that what we want so much. When we get older that innocence everything has to become so serious. I think we all go through this period where we start to lose the christmas. Spirit that point when we get into adolescence and get jaded by the pressure and commercialization of it all like such a grind and for a lot of us. It doesn't make a return appearance into we have kids of our own. We get to live vicariously through them. See the fun and excitement chris. On christmas morning we get to see their faces. Light up with christmas music against us. They haven't heard so. The first song that i chose was the piece carol. It's a standout song for me. Because it isn't a traditional carol. It's a lovely little folk song that was originally written in the nineteen sixties by composer. Bob beers It's a great song that incorporates a lot of the muppets singing normally. You know not trying to be silly like them up. It's normally did A huge history buff and the song reminds me so much of the christmas truce of world. War one for anyone not familiar with that. The christmas truce occurred five months into world war one in nineteen fourteen along the western front of the war in europe when over one hundred thousand soldiers intentionally. An informally had a ceasefire. During the christmas holidays there were handshakes. They exchanged food and souvenirs. Even football games broke out and spontaneous carol singing last few days but was a welcome break from the war even allowed armies to go into enemy territory and collect their dead to bring them back and bury them. Overtly the lyrics of this song kind of alluded to it like this clip right here. Live owner of soldiers more but child poverty. Aw a ban The dog brass. And yom shies waraw be of a also. It's one of the rare times really rare times in the muppets. Experience that scooter. Get some love. It was always one of my favorite Favorites on the show in the seventies because he was always involved in everything but never got any of the headlines so this gives them some spotlight which is cool so musically. The song definitely sounds like it was recorded in the seventies. Lots of electric oregon. Denver always sounded like that era. Yeah like the seventies. that's just what he sounded like. But it's a nice little song. There's other songs that like There's a version of little saint. Nick which you've probably appreciate by brian. Wilson oh there we go. it's a they. The an updated slightly updated a version of little saint nick. There's a twelve days of christmas. There's a lot of fun with the muppets. Miss piggy figgy pudding pudding. Figgy figgy pudding filling with him. In the christmas is coming the goose's getting fat these to put a penny in the old man's hats. You haven't got a penny behave any will do. We haven't got a hey penny then. God bless you by three fun as second song that i chose to highlight on. This record is when the river meets the sea and this is technically not a holiday song based on the lyrics it could be sung at any time of the year however it was originally written and recorded for another muppets special. My personal favorite holiday special emmett offers jug band christmas That special was released in nineteen seventy seven two years before this one song was written by composer. Paul williams williams wrote the songs. Fill your heart by david bowie really days and mondays by the carpenters. Evergreen performed by barbra streisand which was the title song to the star is born and for which he received the oscar and the grammy and of course he wrote another song. Exclusively linked the muppets. The rainbow connection is currently the president of the american society of composers authors and publishers. So this gem of his gets looked but it has become one of my favorites because it feels like christmas without specifically talking about the holiday at all and it sounds like this blonde as food long. You're will again some more electric organ and again we get a lesser used. Muppet here which to me is fun. This is robin kermit's nephew another frog what's funny is i listened to these songs individually and they do sound cheesy by themselves they do. I usually only listen to this as a whole record and you end up getting wrapped up in the emotion of the song for the season. Now you get swept away by the memories. Where i was who i was with. I could see the mantle in the home. I grew up in the garland stretched across the whole thing putting the same string of lights in it putting the aluminum foil angel that my sister made in the nineteen sixties. Up at one end at stuff just comes rushing back like a flood and that doesn't happen when i listened to these songs by themselves. They sound completely out of context and they sound really simple in cheesy. But that's why you listened to it as a whole package. One point of connection here for us kyle who to a recent episode of audio judo. There's lyric in the song at the very end What a newborn baby dreams is a mystery. Kyle and i actually talked about that on our bare naked. Ladies episode episode number forty which was released on november thirteenth case anyone's interested. Go back and listen to that third one that i chose Will be familiar to any of you. Who listened to our holiday episode last year. It is noel. Christmas eve nineteen thirteen. It is a hauntingly beautiful song and it is usually the point on listening to the record that i lose it and how has to come in the room and give me a hug. It is the apex of emotion and it gets overwhelming. And i just. I'm gone but it is hold it together. I can't but it so cathartic for me to go through that kind of exercise the demons and move towards the holiday glad that i had those experiences that elicit that response and it does fill me with joy but only after a certain degree of pain. You know like after pain comes joy. Were you got up. I got a process and go through this to get to get to that point where you're like okay. I know where we're at in the season. This is what it sounds like. Right here frosty christmas a when the stars were shining traveled well using neal's a funny listening back to the choices that i made and something they cut said earlier. It's not like an listening to that. The pressing holiday music. I realized that. Every song that i chose from the record that i chose is really kind of down. Say like you. Don't choose the music when we're at home. Most of the time. When around the holiday season i wasn't that depressed. I'm usually just kind of cycling through the different. You know albums we have. So i guess i don't notice that because he's not just picking it out and you know when we sit in the car we listened to. Xm radio stations holiday tradition usually star. Whatever yeah so it just kinda cycles through. So i just realized that i just laid depressed. Well i i think those because of what they mean but we've talked about we've talked about palate cleansers before yes like songs that kind of break you out of that rut in the way i look at this record is every other song in between the three that i chose is the pallet cleanser. It's the fun muppet silliness. It's it's the joy in the in the crazy in in you're laughing and you're singing and they get these little pockets of very serious. Very emotive very provocative kind of sounds and that's kind of where where i ended up so That song it's based on a poem by robert bridges. He was the poet laureate of the united kingdom from nineteen thirteen to nineteen twenty and he gained popularity by writing a number of hymns. Some still being sung in churches across the uk to this day however this is the only of his work being used contemporary. The music was composed by lee. Hold ridge who won a couple. Emmy's i work for daytime television for some other stuff and there's nothing really groundbreaking in my any of my choices but it speaks to my heart. It speaks to It speaks to the emotion of christmas more than any record of ever listened to at any time of year because of where it takes me. It's it's it's really the only one that i can't not listen to every year like it begins the christmas season and it's always been. It's always been like that. I mean is there something something like that for you is it like. Is there a leg like music. You have to listen to every year not really to be honest with you There's not anything like crazy. Listen something with your grandma and grandpa so music wise. No there is a poem that my grandma used to always call so when the first snow of the year happened every year. Usually before thanksgiving my grandma would call and recite this poem. I should have it memorized after all these years. And i don't but i will see if i can find a copy of it somewhere online. It's it's it's it's called like the turkeys lament. I wanna say. I like that. And it's all about this turkey speaking about how because it started snow. It knows that thanksgiving is coming. So it's dead. It's funny my grandma grandma. it's very funny. It's a serious poem ranked. That's really the only thing that like. Tradition wise always happened every year. We know you have very non traditional. I know you have some that. Pull out first from your childhood. That stuff that elicits. Those kenyan dali come on gandhi christmas and we talked about that we did. I didn't pick it though but it is near and dear but that that's just that's kinda that's where i go pacelli. Oh yeah and but those are those are my choices. I wasn't nearly as long winded. As carl expected me to be a very brief i liked it though daria. Very good honestly. I did not even remember that. Chris album the john denver. Yeah because i always think. I don't let me rephrase that. I don't remember that. It's john denver. I remember the muppets. Having a christmas album from around that time period but i never remember john denver as being part of it. So that's sad. Sorry john denver. John who duesseldorf john duesseldorf. That's his real last name. Conto soon did definitely don't want to. I want to thank my lovely wife. Heather for once again stepping in for our holiday episode and bringing your knowledge holiday spirit to our shenanigans. We gotta go over one more thing. Go ahead we appreciate it. By the way we do appreciate it but Do you guys have any also rans. I mentioned my also rans in my lead up. Okay so the harry connick. Yes mannheim steamroller bare naked for the holidays. And i think i mentioned one other one was it. It was berry christmas yes. Christmas ella fitzgerald ella wishes you a swinging. Christmas is a fantastic jazzy album. Do swing rates. And it's very good a christmas gift for you from phil spector. If you've never heard this. It's one of the best mixed christmas albums of all time because it's a bunch of different wall of sound though as it is. Yeah but this is. The ron version of sleigh ride. The absolutely everybody has heard. Oh came from this album and so did The darlene love version of a christmas. Baby please come home. this whole album is just. It's really really cool. Finally you have an old so go ahead. What was your rollers last one. You have an old soul. I do like he raw. Nets phil spector venture. Grew up listening to music. That was thirty years before my time. Yeah you know on the one hand. It's awesome because i can talk about that music. I'm just getting that more and more the other hand is that I could not connect with any of my friends whatsoever. And then you heard nineish nails magaji. Of course i have i. they're great. It's funny because i look under of what we've done and what we're doing and like who keeps picking the albums and like sixty five to seventy two range that's you. Yep hello you gotta have variety. It's what i most familiar with right. And then you like okay. The zombies record and now i gotta go like horn that shit in that can come later though that can come. I can come much later. Because it's a it's a capacity. Twenty twenty four twenty twenty four like i said in the note you got any heather he got any also also rans other than the ones that i just said You know what's weird is that. I actually like to listen to the albums that are a variety of artists and so like the a very special christmas or a very merry christmas. A time life collection of holiday faintly. Like you know 'cause they do they always put the best of the best shows on those and they're the traditional songs and there's the the newer versions. There's the country chris. Victoria's secret guyana holidays. I have the naughty and nice albums from. yeah from. Victoria's secret so it's christmas other than those. Those normal go. To's those are the other ones that i listen to. Are the variety albums. Now i kind of like the the radio. Matthew kinda makes fun of me all the time because i'm not the type of person that sits down and listens to an album. Start to finish and start to finish and start to finish. A new album comes out and he'll listen to it ad nauseam for like two three weeks literally. Somebody throws out do that. I am the person that wants to listen the radio and with xm and all the different stations and all of that. I can just kind of filter through. And i don't have to listen to the same thing over and over by hate the right potato tomato tomato tomato. Let's go a there. It is so. I do have a challenge for our listeners ch- so i was looking around to challenge etc church in. He's in prison. What is it so the our listeners. What we're talking about christmas albums. I was trying to find a christmas concept album where the concept is not just christmas music and it's not a holdover from like a christmas play so it's a bunch of music from a christmas play or chris nami the nutcracker exactly is there as anybody created out there a christmas concept album. That is all christmas music but the concept of the album is what holds it together beyond just being christmas music. I blew my mind. I could not find anything. I could not find anything. I looked around for a couple of days on and off could not find anything. If anybody out there knows of one please let us know. 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Diane Warren - 'RBG'

Awards Chatter

1:38:47 hr | 2 years ago

Diane Warren - 'RBG'

"Each. Hi, everyone and thank you for tuning into the two hundred sixty second episode of awards chatter. The Hollywood reporter's awards podcast. I'm the host Scott Feinberg, and my guest today is one of the greatest songwriters of all time. A one woman hit machine for more than thirty five years who has worked with almost every major singer of that time span from Barbra, Streisand and share to slain Dion and Whitney Houston to beyond say and lady Gaga and who's responsible for giant hits. Like, how do I live? I don't wanna miss a thing. If I could turn back time where them of the night. Nothing's gonna stop us now because you love me, don't turn around unbreakable heart can't fight the moonlight, and so many others, the great Diane Warren of whom the legendary music industry executive Clive Davis once said, quote, you know, how people are always saying no one write songs like they used to while. Diane is someone who does close quote Warren was the most successful songwriter of the nineteen nineties has been called the high priestess of heartburn. Aac and his virtually synonymous with the power ballad, but has found success with almost every genre. She has had thirty two songs. Practice billboard hot one hundred chart and nine top it. She was the first songwriter to simultaneously have songs at number one and number two on the US charts. And she was the first songwriter simultaneously have seven songs by seven different artists on the singles chart at the same time. Furthermore, she has written more than one hundred songs that have been featured in movies ten of which brought her best original song Oscar nominations, but none yet a win. Meanwhile, she has won Grammy EMMY Golden Globe and critics choice awards each for different songs. She also won the billboard music award for songwriter of the year in nineteen ninety seven nine hundred ninety eight and nineteen ninety nine was named the American society of composers authors. And publishers pop songwriter of the year in nineteen ninety nineteen ninety one nineteen Ninety-three nineteen ninety eight and nineteen ninety nine and their country songwriter of the year in two thousand and she was inducted into the song. Writers hall of fame in two thousand one today at sixty two she is still going strong and pumping out songs as great as ever and over the course of our conversation at the officers of the Hollywood reporter, she and I discussed all of the above plus much more including how she emerged from troubled childhood, and I began working in the music biz the origin stories of greatest hits several of which almost never were. And what inspired the trilogy of call to action songs that have accounted for her three. Most recent Oscar noms till it happens to you from two thousand fifteen hunting ground performed by lady Gaga, stand up for something from two thousand seventeen Marshall performed by Andre and common. And from the two thousand eighteen Ruth, Bader Ginsburg, bio doc RB g which itself has been nominated for the best documentary feature. Oscar the song alpha Knight performed by Jennifer Hudson. So without further ado, let's go to that conversation. Diane. Thank you so much for comments to see you as always, and this is a little different than most of these. Because usually when somebody comes on this podcast. I don't really previously know them don't have much to do with them. I feel like thanks to the long suffering period that you've had with the Oscars number ten world friends. I've only been around for the last four I think before that was before my time so long as yes. But it's been fun, and we'll get through all of it. But I guess the begin with. Let's just say for the record where were you born and raised in. What did your parents do for a living? I'm from van Nuys, California. A local not a lot of us. My dad sold insurance. My mom was a housewife and was music big presence in the house grownup. Yeah. Two older. Sisters one's eleven years older than me once fourteen years older. So you know, I was born and they were already playing records of the day, my mom and dad listened to a lot of show. Tune albums. So I got to. Here at such a I heard such a wide variety of music, you know, just being born. And you know, when you first sort of arrive at the realization that songs actually come from somewhere as opposed to out of thin air that they're actually. Oh. You know, I didn't ever think about until I looked on a single member kids. There used to be things called singles there were forty fives. They were like these round things, and they had a little print with songwriters names on them. So you don't have to go to Spotify. And find the wrong information. Don't get me started. And I remember saying the song up on the roof and it said golfing king, and I'm like, oh, those are the songwriters. I maybe. I asked a question I go I to I want to be in there. I want to be in the parentheses because they put the writers. And it just didn't wanna be the singer or the artists like even from when I was a kid like I'm going to be that. And I think I was kind of dabbling on my little guitar that my dad brought me back from Mexico at the time. We'll show that's interesting though, that a lot of kids want to grow up and be the voice everyone's hearing. Why do you think I mean wants to hear my voice? No. You were not at all thinking, it would be cool to also sing the songs. I wanna rate. I didn't think for one second. It'd be cool to sing songs. I wanted to write I didn't have any desire to stage or be in a group or anything like that. I always love the idea of just being the one writing the songs, what was the first album or single or whatever that you. Remember buying yourself by myself for having my mom made. Meet the Beatles by the deals. Okay. That was the first album I ever bought. And I think I remember you saying once that you also went and saw them live a few times out here in LA benefit of having older sisters. I saw the Beatles twice at the Hollywood bowl and Dodger Stadium and was that sort of a major experience. Yeah. But you know, what there's a lot of screaming going on. I remember at the Hollywood bowl. I understand. Why didn't they I think they kinda quit and decided to not tour? You know, it's crazy when you think of this, this is kind of mind, blowing it still blows my mind, the whole Beatles. Catalogue that we know of an America was seven years. That's nuts. Isn't that crazy? So from what I want to hold your hand till let it be or it was seven years from magical mystery tour and sergeant pepper Abbey Road. All that stuff. I mean that catalogue of that creativity. In those songs, it's kind of like nowadays people like doing my album to be out in a few years. You know, we'll soon they do albums, right? So basically, you're growing up surrounded by music. Revolution growing up in the sixties because you best time. Right. Because you got Beatles. You've got all the stuff everything like to me, the that's truly the golden age of songwriting. And so was that the reason why it sounds like you were not particularly diligent about schoolwork. You were a little bit of acting out as witless linked to the point. Where literally it sounds like you went to juvenile hall times ran away once for like, what was my cat. So, but you're literally when you did run away at fourteen you kid I did. I was with some rough people. I was staying Inc. Robin. I just didn't like kicked out. It was getting kicked out of school for the second time. I was kicked out of Mahala junior high and I went to north junior high, and I was caught mid flipping off the teacher. Surprise. And she does that's it you the principal. And I knew I was going to kind of I did one thing I was getting kicked out. And then my friend goes you can stay with some friends of mine. You know, shouldn't tell me they happen to be like Bank robbers on the run from the law heroin addicts and literally fourteen yes, I stayed with these people. Close to fifty fourteen or fifteen and yeah, it was I was just like embarrassed. I didn't getting kicked out of school. Again, I stayed with these. I mean, someone was shooting up heroin and asked me to hold the thing. And I'm scared of needles almost fell down passed out. And I'm like, I don't wanna be around these people. This is not where I'm supposed to be. But the thing that you were running from was having responsibilities other than focusing on writing songs, which was going to school. And I was I was always a rebel. I just want to sit in those classrooms and do shit. I didn't care about you know, I mean, nothing interested me, except music hustle. Hi, sean. At least for a little while back on the straight and narrow you had a little incentive. Pro am I ever been caught me? Okay. I miss my cat. Didn't you're dead. Kind of have alert for you to do a little better to aim a little. Yes, he had one semester with nothing less than a C. You gotta understand dis apps. See was good semester. So for one semester in my entire life. I got as and Bs and like, maybe a C or something. So I got nothing. So I kind of just got that Martin twelve string which is in my studio and this was an expensive. Nice. Suffice. And that's still an expensive guitar Billy. That was one that you knew in order to write songs. This was what you should have. No, something I wanted. I wanted to twelve string guitar and I wanted to Martin twelve string guitar, and then you also got a rehearsal space. Right. Well, I got an involuntary base. My dad like, my parents would hear me. It's like what I do right now. I'm writing song. I'm just playing the same thing over and over and just changing it and just kind of playing around with it. And if you're not me probably wanna kill yourself, and my parents did and they got me a shack in the back of the house shed with a put a little heater when it was freezing. I would just I know. You're happy to go in and go there, and I've worked diligently I go there right after school on sit there toll. You know, I went to sleep. Well, it's like even at that early point. Let's say fourteen years old you're pumping out three songs day. I was reading. Yeah. Something like this day. That's thought they were great pretty disciplined. And how would you say, you weren't somebody who it sounds like had taken music lessons, necessarily any sort? So how did you even know how to construct the song that you're writing? I think I mean, I taught myself I taught myself a little music theory. You know, I took one class kind of paid attention. I wasn't totally stone smoking pot on the lawn and high school. There was a great music teacher. Mr. Waddell, my high school. I took one class, and I know other people that took class it really learned a lot. I learned a little bit not much. But I knew cords taught myself all that stuff. And you know, I'm not a great musician. But I can get around. I can write a song. I know, you know, cords and stuff. I can figure it out. And there was enough promise there that I mean, what did your parents make of this? Well, there wasn't promised. When my dad took me to Qatar teacher, though. Because when I was maybe about eleven or twelve to my dad brought me a little guitar from Tijuana, and I was going to take lessons. I didn't wanna do scales. You know, what I mean like I wanted to make up my own songs, and I went back the next week. And the guy told my dad, please don't bring your daughter back next week. She has no future music tone death wish remember his name though. It would be great to find out. What what are you up to? But it was just a few years later by the time, you know, you now had this nicer guitar, and you were doing your own thing. It seems like your mother was a little bit skeptical, but you're dead believed in you have with things like that's really good take two Ralphs and see if they'll give your groceries. But my dad was more of a dreamer. You know? And he really he really believed in me. And he would take me to publishers. You know, explain what that actually looks like though. So you're ineligible. Looks like this music publishers. So my dad would take me to see one. Here's what one looked like we had a meeting and the publisher who has still knows him as Rick shoemaker. He's my Facebook friends, and I remember my dad took me to see him. And he really liked the songs we played a Nicos to my dad, you need to go in and demo these songs up, and my dad goes if you like they're so fucking great want you spend your own fucking. Saying that this is awesome. But you're basically being the payment for a good decade, essentially while it was interspersed with a little bit of college college for me was I took up space. Kick him college space. My dad said if I went to college he'd help support me. So I went to Pierce junior college for two years. It's funny. There was a songwriting class. You know, not that you can learn songwriting class, but buddy Kaye very famous old time songwriter Todd it, and I became his pet. He just he loved me. And then from there, I went to state Northridge breaking into rooms I was breaking into the practice rooms because because it was like myself piano was teaching myself piano around the Pierce time because I read somewhere that Appiano is the best instrument. Okay. Well, I'm gonna learn to OCD to take piano lessons. And you know what? I mean, I just can't concentrate on it. Let's certain OCD people can super concentrate though. So with my songs as I could spend hours online like literally and same with piano. So I kind of taught myself just the basics chords and things like that. And so Cal State Northridge? They had some really nice piano, and I would break into those rooms, and they gave me an award like five or six years ago. And he gave me a key. Because I told them like why are you giving me award break into your? I probably broke through doors stuff the game in ward and aqui anytime you can come in. Thank you. Thank you. I'm like, it was a distinguished alumni. I was like I wanted to say like don't, you know, I'm not only a college dropout. But I I've. Your practice. Yeah. So eventually, though, you dropped out entirely from college you focus again fully on getting into the business. Always was even always focused on getting the business. You know, I would go to restaurants and listen to people if they were talking about music go on a song writer, would you do one of those? Well, so, but what happened in in one thousand nine hundred three where for the first time. You're basically employed by Jack white not to be confused with another jock straps, very German producer who was working with Branagan. Well, but I though he didn't have a relationship with heiress though, which was Clive Davis. Right. He was errors to publishing more than clydes. So he his publishing company was administered by Aerostat, and he's looking for he has sort of like a team of writers that are what working to touch up. Signed a couple of American writers. And I was one of them. And the first thing he had me do was like write lyrics to allure something called solitaire. So I know that was technically my first top ten hip. I really don't look at it that way because it was like, you know, what he did sign me. He was paying me extremely minimally. You got all my publishing. It was you know in hindsight. I mean, it was terrible deal. But had he not done that had. He not sign me. And I had nothing going at the time and had that not happened. A woman named Linda Blom at heiress to wooden have hooked me up with berry Gordy the last dragon. You know, first movie that you did a small song Ghostbusters. I was I can't remember the Lord Browning on song because it wasn't a single. And then after that through his relationship with the publishing I did the song for last dragon. Yes before we get there. Let's talk about I understand that you're saying solitaire was sort of a four higher assignment as opposed to sign you. But this was a French song that needed American English lyrics eventually so you turn it in goes to number seven on the billboard charts. And the biggest legacy of that in some ways is that. Because of the fact that you were sort of screwed out of the payment of royalties or whatever of that song not just that song and others. What I've learned become friends with them by the time. We all that friendly 'cause I'm grateful to him. Because without you know, he wasn't always that nice and stuff, and and he was they were late on some payments or some accounting, and my lawyer goes, you know, if he does if late again, you know, we can get out of the contract goody because you know, tried to sit down with them after them in the night recouped thousands of times over paying me two hundred fifty dollars a week. Hardly anything to do my demos. And that's all was a massive hit. I just hey, just give me a little piece of my own publishing. I've earned that and you wouldn't do it. And then he kept missing accounting, periods and stuff, and so I left him, and he sued me, and I was getting all these offers with big publishers to sign there because of the lawsuit with him. And then remember miss the best thing ever happened to me. My lawyer goes well, you have to keep your publishing. I don't wanna keep my publishing I'm being offered like a million dollars from chapel. Whatever. And company and they're all coming after me. And then she goes, no, no you have to keep it. What kind of you know, you should come up with the name of publishing comedy? I go on. I got a couple ideas. I said what about real songs are LS? A L S GS, and surprisingly, no one had that. Which is you would've thought a film company would have our E L or something? But no, I got it. And so just for somebody who's listening who may not understand. Normally if you're writing for another publisher sensually, it's gonna usually be like fifty fifty split of wasn't my deal with him. Was he published one hundred one hundred percent terrible. Yeah. I mean that was okay to start. There was nobody. That's the thing for people. Remember when you when you starting you can expect everything, you know? I was nobody. I'd never had any success. But it wasn't even your intention to have one hundred per you're happy to fifty it works out, you probably save a lot of Dudley. Save a lot of money by having your own thing. Because you keep one hundred percent never. I never looked back. When I did that. And I actually I was like smart about a too because he's dragged on a bit. And my dad was helping pay the lawyer bills on that that shit six and a member. We had to go to one court appearance. And I remember seeing my thought you know, what I'm going to shock them. I mean, it's one of the few times my life. I've worn dress. How to wear these? And I just was very nice a hijack. How are you going is? Because it was not like, you know, none of that said, why don't you and I just get together tomorrow and work this out and instead of spending our money on lawyers literally the next day we worked it out. It was it was settled, but she'll would happen in the years between solitaire which is eighty three and eighty which is when real songs come along. Is that you independently were now pumping out major song starting with rhythm of the night. Which was as you said for the last dragon a berry Gordy movie performed the song by two bars. It went all the way it was done in front of a porn. Shop didn't see the video. Now, it looks really happy and very Disney ish. The song though goes to number three, and I guess hit all over the world to all over the world. And essentially you were by that point moving towards being your own boss. Even though you are still under I was always a self starter. And then those my first words and music on myself to that hit with so that was really special. I guess what I'm unclear about is. So the argument with Jack was that after solitaire you wanna keep doing your own stuff. Like rhythm of the night. You did on your own those no problem with him about me writing my own songs. I wasn't signed to him just to do like lyrics. So it was only for like touching things that he just a couple of things that I that you had me doing it was still just a write songs he'd own the songs. So now, though the when you're doing your own thing with starting let's say with rhythm of the night and going forward where does the discipline for somebody who didn't have much discipline with academics. Or with other? You kidding me? No. When I knew what I was doing. I've been this way since I was like fourteen once I know this is like I've been disciplined. Nd even let's talk about what your day looks like since then twelve hours a day in the office of the coffee bean Buffy being to that. But twelve hours six days a week, you might take off Sunday something, and then I'm not sitting twelve hours a day writing like full on twelve hours going in in the morning. I sit my keyboard smart, Mike, ATar mornings, my favorite time to write feel fresh in the morning, and then I'll met my have a meaning or you know, what I mean. So I'm doing other things to before like thirty five years you've been pumping out on average was song week on week. I do the same thing. The weird thing is it's like I live in a nicer house drive, a nicer car. I still haven't cleaned my office thirty years the cave. It is it is you gave it that. Name was Robert Hilburn LA times used to be the head music critic he dubbed at that. But I do the same thing. I haven't stopped doing what I do like, I don't chill out at all. I don't rest on any laurels at all, you know, some people get. Writer's block or things like that doesn't seem like you do know I can get stuck on a song was you would still in my head. You know, I don't really get a lot of writers blocks. It's I think it's kind of like a keep the machines going. I think if you stop and go elimitate couple months, I think it might be hard to gear back. I wouldn't even know how to me, it's it's like breathing. And this is what I do for you though has tended. Maybe it's different once in a while. But generally, what comes first music or lurks who's who's the famous got Sammy what Sammy Cahn he had an answer to that. It's not the same as my answer someone else Semicon that he goes the check. Like a famous story. The for me, it's sometimes it's title. Sometimes it's sitting at a keyboard, piano, or keyboards or guitar playing a chord progression. It's never lyrics. I know. I wouldn't even know how to write a whole era can do music, totally true. Because I've heard of heard stories that you would be at a restaurant, and here's somebody talking about something and that's spring boarding. Yes. That's title. And that's an idea for. I wouldn't sit and write a whole era and then music to I wouldn't even know how to do. So yet all here's someone say something, and you know, that's that's a song title or someone friends going through really hard time. And I tell him more, you're not even listening. What I'm saying you care about your saw. And I knew I really care about you told me, so what did you feeling? And then when I finished it, what am I from my friend Reza playing like she went through this really horrible break-up. And I was getting ideas for the song. So so she was choosing the room. I played for crying, and I go. Oh, great. It's great that I'm crying Gono the songs working. She was cool. She got. So we've talked about the fact that I guess Ghostbusters last dragon by this point in the mid eighties. You're starting to write songs Pacific -ly for movies and is writing a song for movie different than writing song. Generally. Do you need to see the movie? I you need to know where they want to use your song movie. I could just hear the like I could see the movie I could read the script. I could see I did something recently were or the director was just telling me, I didn't even read the script. He was explaining it so beautifully, and I just got the whole picture of. I wrote a great song from that. From what he told me about it. Here's an interesting thing. When I was at Cal State Northridge. I wasn't really music may almost like a film major because I kept taking all these movie classes, you know, why? To do anything see movies, but you probably through us most I say that I think by sitting in that back from always in the back. So I could like Jutland job things down. I think by osmosis by seeing that I think I really did get an education in film. Yeah. I mean, but so if some of your songs are used in a dramatic point in a movie some of them are end credits when you're working on it. You don't need to know where they want to use it now. I just get inspired. Okay. You hope they use an it, you know. And sometimes they don't these at the end, how often do they specifically tell you how they want to use it like, hey, we we're gonna have I know that certain movies. They'll say like this is going to be after somebody dies specific unless unless I know it's just gonna be the end song or something. But then even then you just hope that will. And I always try talking. Can you get it in there too? So keep putting score to you know, at which does sometimes up like. Yeah. I love that was so subliminal Marcus Miller to really beautiful score with that will. So I would like to take a trip down memory lane. If we can and go through a lot of these hits or and or important songs that came along the way, so it's gonna go chronologically. So I'll setup each one. Let's start with nothing's gonna stop us now for mannequin the movie in nineteen eighty seven performed by Jefferson starship, your first song to reach number one on the billboard US and UK charts and the first of these ten Oscar nominations the song from a movie about a guy fucking. Yes. Oscar nominations start. Compose that one with the movies about right woke sure. And, but what's interesting also to me about it is that you have very rarely coordi- and Albert Hammond wrote that is a really good friend of my dear friend of mine, and I just he was at my house one. So I had an all night party waiting for the nominations. It's kind of what I do that two nights ago. The sleepless slump. It was over. And I was like Albert member. Like the first yet because 'cause you ended up with him co writing that one. And I guess the why is it that by and large probably ninety something percent of the time. You choose to write independently. Because that's what I do. I think that's I think my best songs come that way. And I and I love my process I like just sitting there. And then there's a certain point why walkaway and get out of the songs way, you know. So I kind of I just prefer it. It's probably not too. Okay. If I don't have to talk them into something that I know is right. But you know, like, but he and I had a really we wrote some really good songs together. And yeah, that was my first Oscar who knew first nation. All right. Nineteen Eighty-eight look away performed by Chicago their best selling single ever. Even after the departure of Peter's Tara number one on the billboard hot one hundred for two weeks number one for nineteen Eighty-nine on the year end billboard hot one hundred. And it offers a nice case study. I think in how inspiration can shrike you anywhere to come back to this idea. I think it was a restaurant, right? Where you heard something or my friend was going through a divorce, my friend, Terry. And I got that. I got that concept. She was like about to tell her husband that she was leaving him. And it was like how it was killing her know like. I think I'm getting an idea from you. And if one of those things again where I hate to steal your life from you. But I use your life for a song. Can I let you inspire me next? You had an insane. Nineteen eighty nine. We're going to have several that I'm going to bring up here. But let's start with if I could turn back time performed by share UN share have collaborated on more than twenty slung over thirty years prisoners world last year. I can't keep. Yeah. I think probably more frequently than any other. Yes, she she's hurt her than than slain Dion after that. But yet, but you sometimes you've said you with her. It's not always like even with that frequent of collaborations, you sometimes have the fighter to do. So. And that was an example. Right. If I could turn back time, she didn't wanna do hated it and her inaugural time. John collider saying? I kept saying John get her to do it. He goes. No, she won't do it. She hates it. She won't. She won't do it. And she happened to be at village recorders were Kenner album. She having happened to be doing Asana mind that day and other song. And I went in. She was in the lounge owes like just please try the song. Don't even worry about the one that you're doing the other means nothing this song will change your life. She was I hate it. I just it just gotta try because I'm not gonna try it. And I grabbed literally grabbed her leg. And I'm not letting go you like, she'll go my fucking like, I'm not letting go your fucking leg. She goes. I like, oh my leg. I on ago. I'm not until you say you're going to try. I'm not trying all pay for it. She goes, try it. And then what she heard it in left. It. She starts singing it. And we were I was in there when she was doing the vocal. She looked at me. Like you asshole. You're right. I'm like this. Yeah. Of course, I the number certainly that's like Connex. And what I loved about that lyrically is that, you know, she was dating, you know, the young guy. She's so it's like she's the perfect person. There was no one else for that song, the share that is I guess an example of a power ballad, which is something that you are very closely associated with and I guess I want to ask you, you're the authority best person. I could ask what is the power ballad? And how did they become sort of your thing? How're ballot? A melodic song. It's emotional. I guess that's what it is. I don't think turn back time is a power bell though. I mean, I think about want to miss the things more than what they are at something. What you're going to want to do karaoke. Those are all great do. Good karaoke song. Whereabout term tall. You know, what one of the share songs? I actually she wouldn't come back to the studio 'cause I'm done. I'm not another song love and understanding on the second versus. Oh, whoa. And it's me. Oh, you you were doing I literally I was vanilla pudding on her record. We'll get to that shortly. Same. You're actually Furthermore continuing along eighty nine because this is I don't think anyone's ever had more than single year. And they're all sounds myself. One of the yes, so well, maybe. With Bolton where you guys were. But first, we're not making love anymore. Nineteen Eighty-nine again, performed by Barbra Streisand that long ago, and now Michael Bolton is someone you you did do a probably more co writing with than almost anybody. And that is an example of one. So you guys co wrote, but he also did my songs, which was really cool. Like, you know, he was the biggest artists on the planet at that time. But with his album, but first let's do this where you guys are writing at four shrimps. Why was Michael Bolton somebody you were willing to write with? He was my friend. We were working together on his record and stuff. So we, you know, he he asked me to do it. Yeah. And go. Yeah. Of course, and you know, and then he ended up doing it. I think with Patti LaBelle and that year you did a half the songs on his breakout album one of them that you co wrote was probably maybe his still is best known song. How can we be levered and that was on? But the other one was the first one that he ever saying that he didn't right. I'm back again. Okay. So to this day that is one of my favorite songs I've ever written in my life. Personal reason right there is and my dad had passed away recently. And I don't know why. But I felt like my dad was writing through me. And it was I don't know if was reincarnation or I don't know what it was. You know, I felt my dad's spirit, right? Yeah. Just literally does songs. One of the quickest ever literally words and music was you know? I'm not one of those people. I can't stand. When people didn't came in ten minutes. I'm not that person. I I'm really way to you know, perfectionist and stuff especially with lyrics because that's the hard part. But that's literally came from top to bottom almost as I was writing. I was crying. I was in tears, and I played it for Michael. And Michael was like really emotional and it made him think of his dad, which is. Yeah. Data died years before. And he goes I have to do that song. And he's someone that wouldn't wasn't into doing songs, and he came in the studio, I was playing piano, and he was singing it, and I and after to the trek he went out and saying it, actually, and I saw him news wiping away tears, and it was it was emotional. And then he goes, I wanna rethink it. And I go no, I one I go like I threatened. I never would have really taken away. If you go back, and I'm not letting you have if you do it. But of course, I would, you know, fifteen million records say, no. But you know, what he listened to me because that even those? Like, maybe a couple of things in in his performance at one perfect who wants perfect. That's what's so boring. Like some of the records you hear like, I don't wanna your perfect. I want to I want. You you hitting some wrong. I wanna hear, you know, just want some human stuff, I want to hear the human quality. I don't wanna hear perfection projections. Not interesting for sure there was stuff in that. That wasn't perfect. But the last two songs from eighty nine that I wanna ask you about. It's amazing that I could say the last two when people have this many memorable songs from any any year from a whole hundred. Remember what I'm so fast forward what I'm doing next. I don't even like it's going. Well, I did that. So well, these last two to ask as a group because on November eighteenth nineteen Eighty-nine they made you or you made them a part of history where for the first time a single songwriter had songs that we're simultaneously number one and number two on the US charts. The first one was when I see you smile performed by that English. The second was. It on the rain. A great pop song performed allegedly by Millie the two from that one say one thing they went onto win the best new artist Grammy in one thousand nine hundred and then had to give it back because of the whole thing over that. They didn't sing it. But what I don't understand is. How did they get a Diane Warren song in the first place? And then how did you not know that it wasn't them? Oh, I had no idea. 'cause I brought those group that was holding the song. They will call the jets and after holding for a year blame on the and they didn't do it. So I went to see Clive Davis and New York, and he goes, I have this group that it's perfect played me girl. You know, it's true. Which is the cadence almost like on. Kunle? It's true layment on the it's weird. And so I go my God. I brought you the follow up song. And I don't know if he knew they didn't do it because he picked him up from Germany. So I don't think he was actually in the studio. I think when the gave it away when when they were, you know, in concert and went, you know, go, you know, go, you know, they probably weren't doing that live on purpose, and that kind of gave it away, but wouldn't say one thing I did blame on when I see you smile for a group called bad English, John White being the singer and waking up two days ago and finding out I got I got nominated for all flight was like the greatest high ever in a few hours later, I found out that my friend, Don Grierson at suddenly passed away. And Don was a brilliant an arm in debt worked with that group and without without. Yes. He gave them when I smile. So I'm glad you bring it up. I could give a little shout out to him. He was a wonderful man and without him. I wouldn't have had that song. Well, moving beyond this incredible nineteen nine we come to nineteen Ninety-two. There's a song that had a long history before became a hit that year. And I'll ask you just talk about it. And that is don't turn around which became a hit with Asia base. But it really went back. Right. It's a it's a really it's a kind of a fun story. I did that one with Albert Hammond too. So we did a couple few really good songs. So what happened with that song? I I, you know, we wrote and like, oh, you know, what Albert let's get it to to Tina Turner. So I went to see Tina Turner's manager when I played him the song, and they really liked it and Bryan Adams whose really hot at the time produced it, and then they go. Well, we're not put on the album. Fuck hus- thing. I remember seeing crying. And then they go it will be on the east side. Well, you know beside nobody's gonna ever here in life. But the guy is Luther Ingram. He he did the song flooding us wrong. I don't wanna be right somehow. He put the wrong side of that single on. And he heard it and he recorded the song. It went wasn't much of a hit. I think it went to like. Eighty or something on the on the Rb charts somehow, a group called AL's wad. I wonder why they didn't make it in America with Nathan Astle just doesn't really set on. Hey, that's new song Taran by Asfaw. But then they took it, and they did a they were actually group they're Oreg. And so they flipped it started its life as a as a rock ballad. That was a power ballad. They flipped it on its ear. And it became this reggae record that became a hit in every country in the world. Like number one in the UK everywhere, you know, and in the middle of that period. Neil diamond version of it Bonnie Tyler people recorded that song. Then Clive Davis was even me somehow heard that you know, the the. Ass. What? He heard that version and he recorded with ace base, and this will be a massive humor. Not that privy to all of these things happening. Once you write it goes off. And then it sort of that song. Just a lot of times. I'm like pushing trying to put this one. It's like this. It had this weird lifeforce like you couldn't keep it down. And now, I just got asked to let them use it in the Tina Turner musical. I'm like, that's what you'll be on Broadway. Yeah. So it's like full. That's all went full. Now you want back. Okay. All right. So going into speaking of Clive. I want to ask you just how did you get to know him? What makes him special and also how did you end up working with his favorite singer Whitney Houston on you were loved which was a song on the movie ventures wife ninety six we'll I read Clive's book his first book when I was a kid, and when I was fourteen fifteen and all that. I mean, my dad get subscription of billboards. So I would I studied this. So when I give shit about school, but when I got into music, and when I knew. This is what I'm gonna learn everything I'm gonna learn who wrote them. I mean, I'd meet people people today. I'll tell him everything they wrote. So I also made my dad get me Clive Davis book, I think it might have been called inside the record business. I read it top to bottom like I got Clive Davis. So that was like the top of the mountain meeting club. So after them in the night. I got a chance to meet him. You know, soak heirs to publishing even though I don't know if he was I don't know how closely he dealt with the publishing company, but through that client, and so I went to see him in. I play them to songs he didn't like any of them. It's like, wow buzzkill so much for climbing up that man, I just got thrown. But I went, and I went to a store and bought, you know, like retail therapy and bought this really expensive sweater that. I couldn't afford. My five the sweater. And then later on I kept bringing him songs. And then he started really loving what I did. And I start writing songs for a lot of people, and it's kind of funny because you know, Whitney was the big artist. But he would never take my songs for Whitney. And he'd be going like, well, I want for this group. I go, you know, and then he goes, no expose than ex. I'd have a big hit. He goes. Well, it's not right for Whitney Aiko. Why this new artist Taylor, Dane? But then I I did like, you know, couples with level back was number one record. So I go whoever you want and stuff and then finally with the preacher's wife, I got my chance with you. Yeah. So you would she as great as some people speak about hurling. God. She's the best thing our time. She's bussing. I've worked with amazing. And I mean, I guess the ultimate power ballad would probably be. I will always love you. Right. Yeah. That's a, but you know, what? I mean. Dolly Parton version was great. I'm sure Don Dolly told me the story, I think that Elvis Presley tried to get we just saw. She told me that at a party once she wouldn't let him do. And it's like Lynch paid off when Whitney? Terrible thing when artists try to do that. But it's you know, it was a last minute. They didn't tell her until the very last minute. There are a lot of stories like this throughout the music business. When you go back and Levy now where they were he put his name on the songwriter. Like come on. I'm trying to remember this great producer who died young. There was just a dime to see that. Never saw that documents really good. He wrote. Great songs. Yeah. But don't tell me he didn't write the song. No. He did. But then he was getting screwed around basically Levy or something under sort of underbelly of the music industry that almost operates, and I think it's always been there. It's more overt. Now. Where producers were the someone will come in? What's the writing writing split? So it's like, wait. I wrote it. You know, and it's more. It's more overt and out there. They just tried to see if it will work. They might as well give it a go. I think that the I feel bad for because it doesn't have to me a lot, you know, usually have more respect than to do. But it does happen to new writers. And it's like and the exclusively like, well you records aren't selling. They used to was that mean, you're going to steal someone else's credit or or their publishing their and that's not cool hard to probably make living when you're splitting it seven ways. Or we see this like eighteen writers on a song. People are gonna have as may hits in a career as well. Let's go onto the next one also ninety six reach performed by Gloria Estefan the official song of the Olympics that year. So I guess that was the first time working with her. Well, I think she'd done songs of mine before that. And then you know, I knew that she had a chance to the Olympics. And let's write the song. We're really good friend. She's one of my really good friends, actually. She's funny. She's great. I don't know if you've done Padre musical. Awesome. How about this me like going? I think one of those was during reach to go. I think that's my song a my friend. But until the course was needed. We're sure I've I forget well. Well, some coins do a Diane Warren jukebox musical there's plenty of. Of you've ever talked about talking to somebody, right? All right. Well, so also ninety six believe it or not unbridled, my heart Toni, Braxton another one, I guess where the artist did not want to do this. She hated. Yeah. It's just like way. How do you saw? I mean, how do you hate that? How do you actually she didn't like it in the first place didn't wanna do it? Then when she did it. And she's like saying, this should I that. I remember being in the studio going like, I told her you're getting Grammy for this. And she did and right, and I guess after shoot, of course, she's still didn't wanna do it. I think lives like, okay, great. You want? You record come out not want you record to come out because club. Yeah. We'll you knew like, how do you? I mean, how shows you can't even sometimes hear your own thing. Actively of she didn't even this is the best part, you know, fast forward like a couple years later. She calls me. She goes, you know, I love another song for you from you. Don't give me another break, my heart. Really? I'm like. That didn't work out for you. Okay. Yeah. All right. I couldn't even say anything to that. I don't know. So you are one of the great writers of songs about love. And yet, I think you have talked about openly. Yeah. So I'm not breaking news here. You said you were never in love. No, not like most people are. No, I love my cat. To some music. I love my friends been romantically in love right about romantic cause. I feel it. I'm when I say, it's method songwriting it is like, you know. Go to draw from your experiences L, you could draw from inspir-, you just feel it. I don't even know how to explain it. I do when I'm writing something I'm believing it. I really am. I don't want to hear someone breathe all night. You know? Yeah. Well, okay. But yet, my cat per all night. Love hearing that helps me sleep. But just so this should sink in for people for somebody who again nothing wrong with it. But you say never experienced love in in that of that sort in one year on break, my heart. And then we're coming to the next one which is Oscar number two because you love me for the monthly up close and personal performed by sling Dion. You've also done a lot with as we were saying earlier, these are great love songs. It just case you love me can be you can trip any way you want. Because to me when I was writing I was almost taking my dad for believing me as running for the movie, and for what results lifers characters saying to Robert Redford capture, by the way, that's almost a me too movie now, but you so you were thinking of it not in love of love of that same. I was thinking because he was also a mentor to her to her Robert Redford character. So I was after he was killed and. I wanted to write something where she was thanking him for believing in her, right? So it wasn't a love song per se. Like, I was thinking I thought my dad like bleeding me over them because you love me because you believed in me. So that's what song was. And then it's here's the ironies become one of the biggest wedding songs. And here's the kind of. Thing toys kind of amused me about it. And I mean, not in a guy way e. Because you loved because you love me like getting married to it. Like what about do? They still love you. Say it's still a good wedding song. Interesting when you're writing something though, you seem to be able to do something that other people can't always do which is no it's really working or not. And in this case, you said you realize that your work had gone to another level with that song with that song. Did I felt like I took a giant leap in my craft with that song at that time. You know, almost like that song was better than me. I did something recently to that. I feel like that like, wow, that's that's me a year or something. Like like, I touched something that's on. It just was something craft wise or something that was better than that was the best thing I've ever gone. Well, you so you get the second Oscar nomination, and you've said that other nine prior to now that was the one you went into feeling maybe winning this. I know I'm winning game. Right. Didn't. And it was like because you loved me didn't win. But you must love me want a number. Tim rice calling me and saying you should've want. Tim rice Angela winning for the song from and I remember me and Clive went to we went to juries deli and tours of French fries at night, just because like just drown. My sorrows. Eliza very very very skinny person. A major thing. But yeah. All right. Well, this that night. All right. This brings us to times. I thought okay. That's the first time. I thought I chance oak. We'll we'll go for them. All number three, Oscar them. How do I live is a song that you wrote four Conair nineteen Ninety-seven the first of several songs you've done for Jerry bruckheimer films. This one was performed by leeann rhymes at the time was a fourteen year old country singer. But would now become a pup Sar because this and I don't think I realized until I started prepping for this just how big of a hit the song was somebody just go over for listeners. It stayed on the billboard hot one hundred chart for sixty nine weeks setting a new record that wasn't broken until Jason. Whereas I'm yours eleven years later. It was in the billboard hot one hundred charts top ten for thirty two consecutive weeks. Saying new record that wasn't broken until Ed Sheeran's the shape of you came along twenty years later. And it was in the billboard hot one hundred charts top forty for sixty two consecutive weeks. Record it still holds it was certified three times platinum unprecedented for a country single and unsurpassed until Taylor SWIFT's love story twelve years later and eventually was named by billboard. As the most successful song of the nineteen ninety s it is still the number four song on Billboard's all time top one hundred chart behind only. Bobby Darin, cover of Mack the knife. Santana's smooth and chubby checker version of the twists that is insane. There's one more thing. It's the the biggest female record of all time. Yeah. That's right. Number one. So how did it come about? Well, I wrote the song for Conair, you know, I was one of one hundred fifty people that wrote songs for that play for Jerry, you really loved it. I ran into leeann rhymes at a restaurant fourteen year old. Yeah, they're dead and her manager, and and she she just won the billboard best new artist award as well. And I said, hey, I wrote the song for Conair. Would you want to hear it and work it up, and she goes? Yeah. And so she came to my studio. We did. That's all we did a couple of other songs, she loved it. Now. She's okay. Now, keep in mind that I thought it's the song for the movie. It wasn't the song. No. Well, they went back to Nashville and spent about one hundred thousand dollars on it. They did a whole video that liens over producer dad co produced the song, and and so one hundred thousand dollars video beautiful video string orchestra the whole thing. Right. And they send it back, and it's great, and I played for Jerry Jerry of courses excited because she is the hot, you know. So I play it. And he goes, you know, I love it. But I want him to change a couple of things Wilbur her dad. Right. So wilbur. Just for the movie because you'll have your record. It's just he goes literally him I chained nothing for them. Hollywood people wait. But listen, you're not changing anything you still have your record. You're gonna release your record. It's just we do this all the time. It has to fit the scene. You know, you might just have to change a little bit. I'm doing nothing God. And then Jerry goes. Okay. Well, I can't use version would you mind if Tricia earwood did it I go. Yep. I can't pull leeann rhymes. I mean, I can't do it. And a I couldn't do it that wouldn't be to be. She was the hottest thing in music. I would I want to write. So Tricia, does it for the movie goes long juries, I can have leeann do it. So he goes fine. That's fine. Then he calls me after Tricia does. And he goes you have to pull answer to take it away from her. They told me after after Tricia earwood end up. Because we have we have to go. I can't do that. And he's like you never gonna and he's really quiet on the scary scary. And he doesn't yell. You're never going to or Disney. You will never work with crying on the phone. Local gnomes was so scared and then later today Aerosmith. Okay. Well, but but Sopo so scared, and I couldn't I everybody was pissed. Everybody wasn't talking to me. You know, they were he was mad. He wasn't talking. Leeann found out about Tricia in and she hated me and they'd spend all this money. And I I called my curb at the time she signed a curb records, and he's great. He was great like a look you still should release. This Tricia will only be it'll be great just country, but Leon's not just a country. Are she's like this will make her a pop star? And he listened to me. Same time. Tricia was in the movie, the weird thing is is leeann saying it on the Grammy's Tricia won a Grammy for for the country vocal with some weird thing. Like as I recall, but in the movies Tricia is saying on the ground. I'm on the Oscars. Right. 'cause she shouldn't move. Leeann. You know, liens version was giant and Tricia to Tricia it was like a number one country record for is probably Tristesse biggest hit. So all these stunts. And cited whose version is that that we're referring to this two versions. So the version that you hear in in Connor is only tritiated, but on the radio that you're on pop radio. You still hear this day? We'll be Leon's version because Tristesse cannot they're not gonna Tristesse the country are so you'll you'll hear Tristesse on country radio. Right. Okay. So the combined totals of them are what we're talking about forty. Well, no not in billboard. What their time at there is only leeann rhymes? That's what's so cool. That's why that's such. That's probably my biggest ever. They counted. Both Len in Tristesse. It would be even bigger. Like, I think it's I think that solich twenty million. Singles would leeann. Struck such a chord with listeners. I don't know. You know what I wrote it? I thought it was really a special song. I mean, you never know what's going to really connect. But I think the movie it was real used well in the movie, you know, it was an emotional scene. And do you remember so had you been in this case told this is the scene where we wanna song or was he was showing the scene and stuff? And and you know, so the the cool thing is they both literally came out at the same time. And they took these different like Tricia went to number one country. She had a greatest hits album, the soul five million albums, and then around the world lien. Let Lance was a massive pop then around different like, I think Tricia in Australia was the biggest record that year. And then liens version would be in the number one record in the UK. So like they both around the world. They both had you know, enormous hits with the come away from this. Towards each other or towards you. We're all cool with me. I mean, I, you know, I was one that everybody hate it. But then. But then. Because they didn't know how to live without. And the two of them don't mind, I guess they didn't deliberately do anything to each other know, it's really cool all these mixers would mix cut in the same key. So they'll be versions that were half of. Yeah. It was awesome. And then became a dance rocker to which was really when you have a song coming together. And it's not yet where needs speed or let's say right now, if something triggered something in your mind that you'd want to remember for the beginning of song. Do you write down something or do you record something or what's your wealth? Like, if I was writing something down, usually, I still the blackberry, and I usually would just Tyler something onto that to write with. But I need to get charged batteries. But but or or all seen into, you know, into my voice mail. I got to use the thing on my Samsung. I know there's a way to record. But I'm always afraid like I'm gonna push something that's gonna race. Yeah. That's still use a walkman cassettes. I do because you can just take their city there. Yes. Yeah. And it's not gonna go. That's funny. All right. So year after that Oscar number four was four nine hundred ninety eight I don't wanna miss a thing for the movie Armageddon. Steven tyler. After Joe Brock it never work with Jerry, Jerry king. Probably. Yes. And this one another huge exactly remember where I was seeing this movie it with my summer camp. We got a day off to go see feel about it was it was the coolest thing. It was like this big you used to not that year. This is the big movie of the summer. And this is the song that everybody was singing and the weirdest part of all from the from what I gather is that it started the kernel of the idea is owed to James Berlin. And you know, what's crazy like, okay? It was it was interview saying how he he'd missed her. If you go to sleep and my cousin told me about he's saying about Barbara he's gonna miss her when he misses her when he goes to sleep, and my cousin told me about the interview, and I cut that such a good idea for songs, I wrote down the title. I don't want to miss thing. And then by the way, I didn't even actually see this interview until about a year ago really heard heard about it. And I finally saw it. And you thought it was charming or just a good a great song idea. You know? And so now, even though I don't wanna stay awake and hear someone breeze. Doesn't mean someone else doesn't. So so, okay. So and put it's got such just great the whole thing. The the. We Steven Tyler singing that which was which was so called when I wrote a little less lip. No only because I think it's important. How Steven Tyler the picture his daughters live Tyler she's in the move. Starring in the movie, he goes to see an early cut of the movie and her dad is Bruce Willis now, I'll give credit to this to my friend, Cathy Nelson. Who I did a lot of these Disney movies? We did Conair. We did. I don't want to. We did I'm music. She was head of music at Disney time now Kathy has way with artists where you know, she to get Smith do ago, no way semen going to do my song. You know, they write their own songs, and it would be like, I don't know. Remorse. Rock groups doing a someone, you know, me and makes pop sell out. I don't know that time, and she goes, no, I'm going to get him to do it. And then, you know, she called me. She goes Stephen loves any wants to do it. I was like heart for him. The thing was he's watching movies seeing his daughter watched her father, quote, unquote, Bruce, Willis die, and maybe he's thinking a little bit of himself. Yeah. I think that's what that's what how Kathy got him to, you know, involved in really emotional for him scene. And then he loved my song. And I remember just sitting with the what's called sunset marquee and sitting on the piano with him and teaching him the song. I just I was crying as as I'm playing these hist singing just because you know, at the time, I wrote I thought would be like, you know, like a woman singing like a slain Dion or something like that. And then what's so cool about the song? Is when Stephen does it. It's like a it's I love the the vulnerability lyric with this manly, man. You know? So it's such a great. Eight dichotomy or no one's. These would love their husbands don't say that to them and their boyfriends don't say that to them. Yeah. Kind of melts them I been I've put together this week. I had all the songs on. I'm still one of these people that believe it or not is buying songs individually as opposed to whatever what's the app that. Everybody uses where you get Spotify. I kind of just whatever. So I'm doing that. And I had all these singles, but I didn't necessarily realize that all of them were written by Laurence. I've made a Diane Warren playlists, and it's been fun going through listening to like just on a loop all these. But that one I think might be just my personal favorite mice sense from things you said is that the arrangement is the one that you're the happiest with like basically over your song and artists perfect. And I remember like LA Times, I'll be in the studio when someone's recording. They're all here part of it. I didn't hear note of it. And it got sent to me CDs kids or something called CD's kinda like forty five went the way of the dinosaur. But they love records. I love physically holding. Looking at credits opposed to you know, finding the wrong credits online, which don't get me started. But but the I remember hearing that and just literally from that or customer opening literally it just not my socks off just like hearing. That beautiful. Interim changes keys. Stephen is perfect. Yeah. Yeah. Was pros a best record ever. So just a year later. It's got record of the year. That really federal do you. Remember what it lost to? Yeah. I always lose to something. I remember what it was that you. Well, it's a theme next year. Well, eventually it's gonna change the next year was Oscar number five, and it's just I hope listeners are processing when I'm not like saying five years later what like every year. There's something. Unbelievable. So the next year is the song music of my heart for the movie music of heart. They changed the title that movie was called seventy violence or something. Okay. So the so, yeah, they're they're similar titles here for the song in the movie performed by glorious fun, and featuring in Saint and Saint with an sync with hottest group on the planet at that time, the context essentially that you've got students thinking, they're great music teacher, and for you again, it's not necessarily a direct parallel when you're writing it. But you're thinking about somebody that I was thinking really kind coun counselor. When I went to Jill. Summer camp camp, Scott my? It was an Gora. I don't getting Agora hills. And sh her name's Renee. And she was just she was great. She was really one of the nicer adults. Even though she wasn't really the only four years older than me or something something that was one of those really kind to me and reached out to me when I was as angry kind of teenager. And I was thinking of her writing the song so thinking I wanna raise song kind of thinking something that was that was encouraging me in good to me in one of the really great things like to do was after road. I we'd reconnected wanna play something. And I said I thought he was writing this, and she was crying. I mean, it was really beautiful to see that can't really give more lovely gift. All right. So. It would be two years, Diana. I don't know what you're doing in two thousand that you didn't get an Oscar nomination. But two years later, you get Oscar nomination number six in two thousand one this is their you'll be for the movie Pearl Harbor, and it's another song for Jerry bruckheimer movie. And I understand you're. Yeah. You think maybe I'm sure his his movies would be a lot less lesser without you. But this one is there you'll be the song was performed by faith hill who you had in mind from the start. I thought she'd be just even her name. It was Pearl Harbor. It was her name. Just sounds what very America. She's a great singer. And he kind of put me through the ring or having me rewrite that's on twenty times and stuff. But you know, is one of the last songs. I remember my mom, my mom loves that saw. I remember that. Yeah. She didn't say take to Ralph's. She basically got on board. Right. The whole. I'd say I'd say, I mean, my mom was my mom. You know? She's just funny. She I'd say mom, I got this. Great deal and say like a staggering amount of money, and how much you gonna keep. After taxes. Like, she's you know, it's like oh God. Can't you just say that's really good. It's the Jewish weather. Yeah. It is. But I had to prove to my mom. You know, I always say that to that that that's even more than in a way than my dad encouraging me because I still have I still have it in. I still have you really don't think I can do that fucking watchmen just quick aside. I went to Brandis university. And there was a professor there. Joyce antler. Who wrote a book that I will never forget. I think the title is. So funny, it's called you. Never right. You never call history of the Jewish mother heard of that. Did you say oh, dear to get it out ler? That was really. I heard of that book. It's pretty funny. It's you know, I bought. All right. So get it for free. No, go support. You're struggling professor starting. All right. Two thousand two by the moonlight for Coyote, ugly, performed again by leeann writes, he couldn't have been the song of set with you all like they'll like you get after they have a him. They hate you. Then they go. It's like, yeah. I like you. Now, give me another song did all the songs. That's the one movie. I did I did horse the whole like why did four songs which is which forms? The whole the score is sound track. I mean, all the musical scores based on my songs too. But in fact, in this case, the song that would go with the last scene was actually up until very very late in the game to be a different song yen. I had this feeling. It wasn't working when I saw a rough cut, and I don't want to say anything then. Knock on song out. But then I guess it really wasn't working. I literally had like three days to write a song. And I just quickly that song amenable to carry loved it. They loved it. It's a good song. Thank you. Remember? I think they had to like put like it was before you could digitally do over there. They did some some kind of thing where the movie was almost theater, and they got it in there. You know? And that was another big big hit huge. That's my biggest hit outside of the America. That's really. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know. It's like the biggest hidden a lot of countries that you're never real needs to someone needs to do two things without it. I've been talking about this. Maybe wanna listen to me Coyote, ugly, two and all the people want to do because I've been touch with. Okay. Coyote to call can't fight the moonlight and Kodiak the musical, bro. Yeah. It'd be fun. Who's got talk to is that Jerry. I think he has part of that. I don't know someone else would be cool to do. I guess I just even though I grew up with all this all this music. I didn't realize that Enron's was so huge. Yeah. Yeah. What she up to these issues. Still, you know, she's still making music and stuff enough. She needs to you know, canoe. Yeah. I mean, I would work with shoes needs to be surrounded by the right team. And and have a really good label situation where someone will really get behind her. You know, then she is so young if she was fourteen well, she's thirty four now, which is really weird because that makes me feel really. That's so that's silly. She's still young. And she's still by the way. She's still a great singer. Yeah. I kind of always creating one of the best thing I ever worked with Islamic. All right, two thousand ten flashing for just a little bit here. We'll first let's say so Coyote, ugly two thousand to turn of the century. It seems like there was a little bit of a shift in people's in industries taste in music, and whatever and to some extent. It seemed to become more about rap and hip hop. All did you feel that where you're doing, you know, solids and anthems and things too like, I still would work with logic from I know, you can do everything. But my I'm just wondering was it palpable that there was a bit of a shift that you then had to acclimate towards? Yeah. Yeah. And then there was a lot of the grunge stuff. Come do. So. Yeah. But I've always kind. I don't chase trends because I think if you just do what you do, and I do different of things, but it kind of comes back as if you're chasing trends, your is going to be late. You know when it comes around. It's gonna come around something else. You know, so two thousand ten you haven't seen the last me for burlesque performed again by share your your old pal. This was a hugely well received song to the extent that it was getting all kinds of awards buzz. And I hope I am not out of lines of bring up a sensitive topic. But. It was in the course of that season that I know you uh someone who was very close to you. And who and and Jeff your longtime post this too. So great, and he was here. And that's yeah. You're you're you're. Rank chasing. This was November sixteenth twenty ten and then you win the Golden Globe. And you thanked her very movingly dedicating it to her. And I guess I just wonder if we did this. When Hans Emmer was on the podcast. I think it's important for people who don't know a person to remember, you know, the chance to learn about them not forget that this person. None of those people Hans wouldn't have been on those stages. I wouldn't have been on that anybody that Ronnie was great. These are people that that do all the work like Jeff Jeff over there. And you you basically for year for the right? Yeah. And what does somebody like that? How do they help a career? How do they have to you know, you have to help build and build awareness? And and know how to navigate all that. You know, we don't we're, you know, we're musicians were songwriters. So somebody. That's brilliant. Like that is it's imperative imperative you can't really do it without them. Right. Well. Well, those, you know, and it's just devastating. And you know, that's all of the thing. Like, all right. The next year you worked with somebody who has sort of become I think along with maybe like Taylor swift and Riano, maybe the most popular music artists of the second decade of the twenty first century, and that is beyond say and you did a song for her fourth album. I think a song that actually came was sort of in the works as far back as nine eleven called. I was here. Well, no, I didn't write that the what it was was a call Jasey to play for him. And he wasn't calling me back and someone I worked with my office. Batman, actually, she's she at the time was my sister. Now, she's she's more important there. But she she she called she called JC. Instead, you know, it's about nine eleven so we took my call. And so he he got on the phone with me. And I said, you know, I'm gonna play you something. I've met him a couple of I didn't know, really. So I played on my Cousteau Qatar voted on the guitar. And he goes, he said something like, you know, you just wrote. My you've said in one song I've been trying to say home all my life and beyond say has to song to stay by your phone, the planes landing and a half hour. This is a Monday. I think the last day of Oprah show. I think she was flying there. You know? I played a song on the fog. I'm not gonna help you play it. She goes, okay. My album was supposed to be mastered and mixed mastered. It was remixed by fry turning in it, and she was cutting the on on Wednesday. You know that quick and came in this funny. There's a really good another funny story with that's on. So at the same time. I thought it was really good for beyond say I thought I wanted to send I'm friendly with Simon Cal. I thought you know, what I think it's great for Leona Lewis or Susan Boyle or somebody like that. Because it's a pretty open song. It's really one of my I think that's one of my best. And so I sent him my mic ATar vocal version. Right. So that night I'm in. In the studio with beyond say hearing, one of the best performance I've ever heard my life. I mean, literally she starts out. She nails on you know. She's in there three hours like got it ready. No. Then choose we'll eat dinner now. And then I go Kay great. I'm going back in the studio damore, that's the way that's the work ethic. That's why people like our people like AGA are around forever. 'cause 'cause she after she was going. I'm gonna do it better. I thought I thought she was great the first five minutes. Don't ask me. You know? So keep in mind. I gave that song to Simon Cal right? Senator Senator right? I can Email in the morning from someone is going Simon sent this to me. Listen to it's okay. It doesn't go all the way for me. You know, if you have more something else send it, you know. And I was my favorite Email ever wrote back does. Okay. I was I was in the studio with the biggest artists on the planet. Funny enough. It went all the way for her smile. Phase send the other person you worked with or one other person you worked with in two thousand eleven is was a very young. But maybe even bigger star in the music scene at that point who was just kind of hitting seen and that is one Justin Bieber. Probably what like twelve or some time. He was a kid. Yeah. And the song that you guys ended up doing or the song of yours that he ended up doing was born to be somebody which was part of the movie tie in never say never song. Dan song when here's something funny. I just wonder why your impression of this guy was like is. He actually a very talented guy. He's he's really talented. He's I think he's super talented. So here's the funny little story, though. So member I did you haven't seen the last of me and born and somebody so they both got nominated for Grammys that year for song written from movie and the age difference between share and Justin Bieber. I think was like almost fifty. You know? I was like, wow. That was kinda cool. See I for every. So you're saying they were both they were both nominated together. Yes. So it's like well you cover the spectrum. That's so, but at that, you know, they're out with them. Well, I mean, I guess I'm just really curious because I he's maybe the first example or one of one of the first examples of somebody who I guess like as you get older, you don't get like the music the younger you do. But a lot of people don't get like why people love this guy or let love this. I think he's talented. I yeah, I think he's a star. Get can he the has the celebrity, you know, around him the insanity. You think it's you can survive that when you start that young? I know we really hard to to think about heart. This everybody around you whether it's him or any other star like that everybody is on your paycheck. So you know, how much you're going gonna say to them, you know. I mean, you're lucky if you have somebody on us that's going to say, hey, you know, what they're doing this. Or, you know, you're gonna really get in serious trouble or whatever because they could just take just go. All right. You're fired all the sync offense can come in. And I generally feel they see not necessarily Justice. But I've been around other artists in my career. And I see it and part of me feels pity for them. 'cause you know, no one's really there. And by the way, I'm always on people. You know, part of the problem was with somebody like Whitney that wasn't happening. Right. I mean, you know, and then you've seen a lot of I've seen a lot of that. But then within that might be another scenario where you know, you can only do so much you can put someone in rehab. You know, ten times if they're not gonna get better. They're not you know, what I mean because some of its up to themselves, but you have to you can't enable them. Well that I'm not an expert. But you've you've certainly seen a heart Britain, but Whitney I mean that that voice was silenced. Yeah. All right. Four nominations. Almost five years is incredible number seven eight nine and ten I want to cover the first one. We're talking about is grateful from beyond the lead for the movie beyond the lights performed by Rita ORA thirteen years after Oscar nomination number six, here's Oscar nomination number seven. Now, you can tell you do with, you know, for real. So I did I did the song for the movie Rita ORA was the director's choice. I had other ideas. You know? I mean, she didn't really support that. She didn't. There was no support from the artist or label to be honest. Which is I don't know. All she did was tweet about at once like we want you working say hit song. You know? It's like, oh, God, you know, like, you know, and so you had your Feinberg forecast. And it was in their grateful was in there. I think was number five or some realize I swear to God. Rejecting nominations. And there was no one else projecting that like nothing had happened with that song. Really? So I don't know like, wow, you had your ear to the ground on that. And then it got nominated. Of new I swear to God. I swear to God. Remember just like we were both going like wait else out in there. You know? And I love the song. But like it didn't you know? I'm not swear to God. And it was a beautiful song. Bell south empowerment. Yeah. Basically record. And it's looking at somebody. I guess essentially all the things that that messed you up fucked up, you accused somebody like, let's just I I will say I'm not saying you're saying this billing if Justin Bieber woke up tomorrow and said, she's as look what I got into an I, you know, I want out of the scene of slavery, amusing, whatever you want to be a normal person. But I'm still grateful for what warned from it. That's the song. Yeah. It's grateful for anything that even things you don't know like things that are going through at the time that are really hard are impossible or really challenging knew what had I not gone through that. And I could late that in some in my life with things that maybe uncomfortable. But hey, you know, what I learned from that? I'm grateful for that. You know, it's actually is taking the high road, isn't it? Now, we come to the really the trilogy of the ones three of the last four years that are the medically group because or could be thematically group. Because they're all sort of about real world issues and have act up real world applicability, the first one is till it happens to you for the documentary the hunting ground, which is about sexual assault on college campuses, performed in the film by lady Gaga, I guess the as I remember the end credits and in the movie as well, there's a little little bit the way something like that begins. I mean, like how does a people might hear this and say how does the documentary a little, you know, low budget essentially documentary, pre metoo, we should say and pre that's on me to hell absolute nobody was really talking about. Cosby was the one thing that we were aware. I remember because we had you in gogga on the podcast when it was new one of the first step. So, and we're we were you guys were both incredibly open about what drew you to this personal experiences that you'd both had. But it was not like everybody was talking about it yet now, and you know. That's on you know, people say that that really helped kind of kick in the me too movements. I think music such a powerful force say, it's purple goes right to your heart. Like, you don't you can't think about it. So music moves you it was a movie came came and went and a weekend hunting around in February or something. And if the time honestly, the label didn't want that song come out Gaga, didn't you know didn't have album coming and choose. I think on what. What TV show American horror story one of those you know to working on that. And nobody wanted that record to come out except me. So they didn't want it to the song is in the movie that's going to happen. Whether you like it or not. But you're saying they would have rather held the say way like it for or let go away they wanted to was in the movie, and then nothing's going to happen. It's like, you know, it's nice in the movie, I knew what that's all it was. And I was in the studio with her. I saw her amazing vocal hurt that how great she produced it, and you knew her before that. Yeah. I'd met her a couple times. And when I called her to play the song, I had just heard she had been sexually. She talked about Howard Stern go. I'm gonna take a chance here. I'm so I called I played on the piano and got back on the phone. She was crying. And she goes, I I wanna do this talked to my manager let you know tomorrow. So I got on a plane. She was in New York. I literally land it's gonna be. Yes, or no. And it was yes. You went to New York to to have a face to face and just go over the. Song? And and you know, just go ver arrangements and hear what she heard and talk about it and everything and then she did for the movie she just her that record so beautiful. It's it's like her souls and to this day, I think Oscar performance for that all-time ages that they'll look after the sound of music performance, which was grape that that took it to a whole other level that was with those. That's I'm kind of getting ahead of myself. But, but when she did it for the movie it's like the label like no one was gonna put out like in remember like limp away. But it's so great like, I I I mean, so I don't give up and so I called the producer of one of the producers the movie, Paul Bladon, Paul. We need a video without without a video were dead in the water to put on MTV. Some just get it out there. Just because the song is so powerful you have the right video, and I call Catherine heart, and he goes all help get it financed. Go put some money inside put ten grand amount money. Kevin Hardwick was going to China or something the next issue. I go I'm coming over. I can't do that. Any yet? Just like, you know, one of these this timing, and we became really good friends. She really good friends and so went to her house, and I. I go coming kind of like, I didn't take. No for an answer. I go. I'm just gonna play this. I'm not going to send it to you. I play the song. She goes fuck, you know. Because I have to do it. And so she got so she put her own money in it. She got like Nikki Reed and all these actors to do it for free literally. And it was so powerful Gog as Ivan video I don't even know if they knew was being done at the time. But, but the reason you so you wanted to you didn't want the song today. And you also felt that the song could help people. I thought was a hit record too. I thought it was a powerful. I thought it was every bit as great is like, I don't wanna miss a thing or something. And everybody time I played for somebody. They would be in tears. You know, and I'm like, no, I'm not gonna let this time not going to let them get their way. It's not gonna sit documentary that came an immune is grazed documentary came and went in five minutes like know videos, like a PSA you didn't like they made us. That's a whole other thing. Okay. So I think that was kind of the label manager at the time. I guess they didn't want her to have video once they kind of knew what was going on. And it's like, what's not PSA genius piece of art. That Katherine Hardwick did by the way. I don't know. What's the limit on shorts for for Austin that should've been that was really a genius video. It was the acting and the story line image. Just the cool thing about that song in the video is even goggles performance where she starts out kind of slow. She gets angry. And then she and at the end, she's like, you know, that's how it is in the video. They're like us. You see these kids what they went through in the end they're marching down those hallways. It was so powerful. And then literally came out I sent it to Oprah. She tweeted out, and it like it got like five million views and three hours Gog is not even in there. So it just and then that correct me if I'm wrong, but like my sense was always Gog up personally was very into insupportable song. But the label was just being Gaga loved the song started the PGA awards that was that was after that was after the the video leaked quote, unquote. I wonder. Who helped without? Things haven't. But but I had help because my my friend Bonnie helped me a lot with Gaca always loved the song. I think it was just they were over thinking and all his move song from documentary, or whatever I get it. But I didn't I never gave up on it. And so it was once video quote unquote leaked, and then sent to Oprah five million views and three hours or whatever. That thing went on fire. And I remember and Gaga called me. And she was crying. She was gone. So happy fans, I'm getting tons of like on Twitter, people were just you know, the song saving life right now. And you know, and then it got me to start. I just like, you know, look, I had my own experience with being molested when I was a kid, and I never really talked about. It told my mom later later years. I never told my dad my dad probably would've killed my friend's dad. Twelve twelve. And I and I remember being the time talk in New York and Gog on and Amy and Kirby. Thrashers, and I'll say blurted out like I was molested a twelve to room strangers. It just kind of got me talking to. So it's just a powerful song infectiously, you said that whole society. It's only started to play star like going going like, oh, yeah. And even in that room in time talks. I remember going like how many of you have had things like that everybody that their hand. It's amazing. No earlier, you mentioned that there aside from because you love me there was one other time when you thought you were gonna win. And I'm guessing it was this was because I remember one I think everybody thought and everybody like everywhere I went like because everybody genuinely because I mean, that's when she embraced it. And she was playing it everywhere everybody. Yeah. And though the lesson that the thing that I took ways that it's just a challenge songs are nominated by the music branch or the only people that vote music, then the final round it goes to the entire academy. And many of them have not been as diligent about watching. You see the hunting ground and use look at the the visual looks like a horror movie, you know, and and most of those people, and there are a lot of men. They're not gonna you know. I mean, you know, what I mean, they can only they say I can only pick from from movies that I've seen right? And there's a bond song. Right. Exactly. And then you have a student. You had was at Sony, you know, working that. And you had you know, which is a weird irony. Harvey Weinstein's company put out the hunting ground. How weirdly I'm on a cassette. The documentary bully. I know I know right. Isn't that weird? You can't even make. But now in hindsight, maybe that's why he wasn't working the songs he wouldn't put any money in a campaign. And so we literally did it on my own this the thing that I felt sorry about I remember, and I think it will one day you will be able to laugh about it. Probably can now that was that. No, it's not it's it's just that. I saw at Oscars usually on one level off the ground. They've nominees and their families and everybody are around the ground level. And the actually the nice thing about it. Is you have within your peripheral vision all of the nominees? So at the moment that winter is called you can see you see winter. No, I wasn't that you cry. It's just that. Because like you I was confident that it was going to be like. Cya gasp. And so they say whatever the song was called from from movie, and the there's a bit of a gasp in the room. In my hand. And I just will remember you almost like doubled over, and it was where I thought the best the most of Gaga that I've ever felt because you were sitting next to each other. And I think, you know, I won't she she was a little, you know, comforting. And she was I thought that you know, I don't blame you. It was like when the whole world's telling you finally after thirty years eight nominations, or whatever it was not. I mean, nothing sent a in egotistical way kind of deserve that. I that was that. That was great, you know. And you know, I wish they could do with. Okay, guys, get to vote after the performances because kill right? The kids like, okay. You know, some Smith he's cool. But you saw one of the best things ever. When those kids came out. Really? No. I mean, you I told her when she had had her own sexual assault story. And I said you can when you're onstage you're gonna kill you're gonna kill him. And I remember looking in her eyes you're going to kill you can kill your your sexual assault. Even when you're on that stage. I remember this one moment. And I when I look back on the video I saw it again where she did. And she went to such a place in that performance. And she hit a note in full voice, which is impossible. But she did it, and I remember just like just the room like people just stood up. And like I like, ten minutes or something. I was looking around watching grown men crying. Absolutely, Steven Spielberg. They were. What we're saying? She was surrounded by onstage were actual actual survivors. Whatever of of sexual assault Rin things on their on. You're not alone. You're kinda like with the video. Did they kind of you know, Catherine had? And the other image of that particular Oscars that I won't forget is that what the winner is. That was the one we will. But that at you know, at the end of that song with a huge ovation. The, you know, the segment ends, they cut commercial. Now, you've got I don't remember maybe a couple dozen survivors of sexual assault who are up on the stage. And I don't think it had been fully worked out like where they were supposed to go at that point. Because it's not like they're suddenly are a bunch of seats in the audience. So they were kind of like hustled down onto the front. You know, the area right in front of the stage in front of the front row of the audience. And I'm sure you were probably back with Gaga or whatever at that moment for. LSU no free Larson who had played a social salt survivor in room, which she would win that night hugged. Every single one of the virus as they pass. I did hear beautiful the second to most recent nomination. Number nine was for stand up for something from for the movie Marshall, performed Andrade and featuring common there. So basically you hear they're making a bio pic about Thurgood Marshall, it's going to be directed by Reginald huddling who you dealt with probably at the Oscars frustrates. I done something for moment to say, what movie was director. Everybody wanted the song this the year before that. And I happen to be having lunch with my friend, and she saw so bummed out privy song in and she goes, oh, you should hit. My cousins wrote this movie about Thurgood Marshall that Reggie Hudson is directing all I know Reggie from them. Yeah. You know, met him there. And you sent me the script and hurts down for something for them. And this was really an anthem in the sense of same way that like some of these sixties call to action you got to, you know, literally, San up for something, and and so appropriate now totally, but we're the ones that you're thinking of as inspirations for that. When you're on that one I listened a lot to change is gonna come. Yeah. And then I was a member talking to to Andrew Andrew day would be the perfect artist for it. And I saw the movie I only trip and then she's actually plays like, Billie holiday character. Which is so weird. And I thought what if you put like a rapper on one of those songs who's you know, it's you'd never in those days are weren't rappers. So if you kind of juxtaposed to two very, yeah. And with Charles I love that was so well done and good for speckling and test Blanchard. But I remember I was on a plane to Sundance and common was in back of me. And I go, you know, this. This. Thinking we need common. Yeah. And he's sitting back never want to waste number two. I started seeing part of the song poor him. And and he goes, oh, I love that. He goes semi the song. And literally, you know, the next morning. I'd all these miss calls from them and you want to do it. And we just during that season. I guess it was just a season ago when I did a Q and with you guys. And I think we're looking at just the the room, and it's like on the surface. You guys look like an odd couple. But on the other hand, these are two great musician. The I'm I'm like the wild. He's very articulate. And I'm like, you know, it was kind of it was kind of a funny like combo, right? We had I had fun with them. Great. And what they did in him Anju worked so hard like they were everywhere. Without the only problem there was that the movie that gets him. Yeah. That's the. Now. I think by the way, the last three guess the new one it's not going to bless three moves through. I did sauce for all went bankrupt. They they don't exist like Weinstein for till you relativity and the ugly money too. But whatever. Staring exist and open road. I don't know if they're around anymore. Our is magnolia whose participants CNN, I don't think. Yes. In. All right. So that brings us to uh phenomenal ten which is for alpha for the documentary Rb, g with better Ginsburg, another supreme court judge an yeah, you gotta that's your other story. Well, which sorry that my my real name are real name before I was born with my dad's last name was Wolfsburg and dealing with anti-semitism. You know, he was having a hard time getting clients and getting indoors to sell them insurance. And my mom suggested Warren from chief Justice Earl yeah, I'm not sure if he was a chief Justice the time he later did one, but you could have become Diane Brandeis. I that doesn't sound Jewish. Well, so your second of the potentially supreme court Justice. Trilogy was Harvey g and you got Jennifer Hudson to do this light. Okay. So what why she was so perfect for is. When you see the movie and you see like with Peter. How soft spoken she is? And her mom said, you know, always speak like a lady just, but what she said. Was loud, and it resonated, and and it was powerful. And you see you're working out. So she's like, she's a diva. But I thought, you know, I'm going to do I want to get the vocal avatar for you know, like who's the diva Jennifer Hudson? Think of. Come up with Jennifer. Like if we've been against and she loves opera. So she does love big voices of she could pick somebody. You know? It's not an operatic song. But okay, we Jennifer Hudson. Right. Jennifer, you know, I think she she that's resonated with her because she was going through some stuff at the time. And she goes, this is not only to you write this movie, but this house like he wrote for me, you know, and you know. That one that just kinda poured out or that took a lot of effort. I mean, you know, they all take effort know, I got inspired, you know, and and. Yeah. And you know, yeah. Yeah. So just wanting to write the song decade capture. You know, capture her essence. And so when the documentary has been glad they got very well received in the thing a movie that somebody saw well, that's that's what I want to say. Because like, you know, the the one notable difference between this and the last Sacremento that you did a song for is that unlike the hunting ground on. Fortunately, you know, that wasn't seeing this one really was did a lot of business at the box office and unlike was nominated for best documentary feature as well. I'm so happy for Julie, Julie Cullen Betsy west, you know, I mean, she's more important every day. I mean, she really is a real life superhero. And every time we hear something about a health issue. Could just that every everybody's holding their press. Like, I mean, she's you know, she's working from the hospital. It's unbelievable. She she. I mean, she's gonna bounce back because she has to but. Yeah, it's great to isn't it craziest thing that movie about with beat against at fourteen. And that's great. I think it's also because the love story too. There's a lot. I mean, she's so inspiring everything about her especially like who can work eighty five. And she does that you know, and one of the songs you guys are one of the signs that you are up up against the category. Is by your old pal? Lady gaga. Yeah. Shallow from the film stars born. And I believe you also contributed to that film as well. Can you just give the I did the most Oscar song in that movie which was? Why did you why did you do that aka the but song these singing when she's on us? No Jackson main comes to see her. And he's he feels close align. He goes, why did you come around with an asset like that while guilty? That's my line. So I can go from rain sauce for Ruth beta. That and. Anyway. No, it's just amazing again, the the ranges incredible and people can tell that from everything we've been talking got nominated done is a ballot. All very. Strings. Gaga working together. Again, there that would be the like, well, here's our new version of till you. I'm not sure social maybe would enjoy. Let's close with what we call rapid fire. Just the first thing that comes to your mind, we're gonna be brief with each one of these who's the greatest songwriter of all time. There's so many Irving Berlin. I all I know you've. My friend Holland on Lamont Dozier, Holland Dozier. Holland, kill king, joy, often Stevie Wonder prepared Krakow, David prince. Although so many men, and what about my Facebook, friends my Twitter friends. They're awesome. They're hardcore animal people to singer of all time. Well, God there's so many gracing Riber was Whitney. But there's so many this great singer of all time God. Billie holiday Frank Sinatra. I don't know who's the greatest singer who hasn't sunk Diane Warren song, but you most wish had or would. Well, Adele is a great singer night. She did she demo one of my songs because she loved it. I wish she would really sat and then we did a couple of things I love people here. She's great. But I don't know. I wish I could go back in time. And I wish I could have written a song for Frank Sinatra that would. What I did. I wrote a song from Willie Nelson this year or last year that was a movie that nobody saw to that. I wish people saw it was the last movie star that Burt metals last night, why didn't that movie company push. That movie was great whatever what is the best. I am warrant song that wasn't a hit. But should have been. There's a lot one of them is a song called numb by PECH, boys. None but numb and you MB. Yeah. People can connects us. It's a great song. Grab a lot. A lot of them play default, Diane Warren songs accidentally deleted from existence except one which would you want to be saved. Think of that. I'm going to answer that. Well, let's rephrase it what is the recording of a Diane Warren song with which you are happiest I'm happy with some any of them. But I don't know. Top of my head homeless. Go say, I don't miss a thing. And I find if you hit not want them to be deleted. If you had not discovered or been allowed to pursue your passion for music, where would you be today? Dead, sir. Sleep through. I wouldn't be alive. You know, music saved my life when I wrote how do I live? I was also those my love song to music, you know. Yeah, I wouldn't be around. I don't know how to do anything else. You know? I'd my mom one of the things were it's not like like, she was trying to to, you know, be mean or something, you know, what is real chances that a girl with no one in the music business. Her family is gonna make a living at making music really think about it. That's one. I know how lucky I am. You know? So she's right. I wouldn't I wouldn't I didn't have a plan B. I don't know what to do anything. I mean, and I was like with some shady characters. I who knows where I would've gone. It wouldn't have been good just found your Oskar speech for when the day comes. Thank you for doing this. Thanks very much for tuning into awards cheddar. We really appreciate you taking the time to do that. And would really appreciate you taking a minute. More to subscribe to our podcast for free on I tunes or your podcast app. And to leave us a rating as well. If you have any questions comments or concerns, you can reach me via Twitter at Twitter dot com slash stop fiber. And you can follow all of my coverage between episodes at T HR dot com slash the race. Until next time. Thanks for joining us.

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Leo Laporte - The Tech Guy: 1609

The Tech Guy

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Leo Laporte - The Tech Guy: 1609

"<music> that casts you love from people you trust this is this is Leo LaPorte art and this is my tech guy. podcast show originally aired on the Premier Networks on July Fourteenth Twenty nineteen. We call it prime date eve episode one thousand six hundred nine enjoy the tech guy podcast is brought to you by was Sabi hot cloud storage thinking about moving your data storage to the cloud was Sabi is enterprise great cloud storage at one fifth the price of Amazon S. three and up to six times faster with no hidden fees for Egress or A._p._i.. Requests calculate your savings and try Sabi with free unlimited storage for a month at was Sabi Dot com code twit and by a trips H. R. E. F. S. whether you work for a big brand run your own small business or do freelance work. Getting traffic to your website is always challenge. H refs is in all in one S._E._O.. 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This is what you should make note of Tech Guy Labs Dot com no sign up no charge. It's just there is a reference to things you here on the show today. This is the day facebook. This was. The week facebook got a five billion dollar fine from the F._T._C.. The fine was announced on Friday eh and facebook's stock. What do you think five billion largest fine in the history of the Federal Trade Commission five billion dollars and the facebook stock went up six billion dollars? Mark Zuckerberg got fine five billion dollars and made more money see <hes> so here's what facebook <hes> failed to do. They were under a consent sent to create you know that companies are under consent decrees with F._T._C.. Say Yes okay. We will never do that again. In order to avoid future prosecution we agree to do this and that you know protect people's privacy this could set degree was in two thousand eleven facebook promptly ignored it on doing everything it wanted to do <hes> and finally F._T._C. said we'll hold on their facebook will of course pay five five billion dollars. They already knew they were going to get find something around there that they announced that in their quarterly earnings a month ago I thought wow five billion the largest finding the history of the Federal Trade Commission that you know even if you make you know what was what's facebook's <hes> prophet. I think twenty two billion dollars a year. That's still that's a quarter of your profits down the tubes. That's a big fine stock market. I guess is the final arbiter of they so they rewarded facebook doc with a big six billion dollar bump and <hes> already members of Congress are saying that the F._t._c. gave facebook a Christmas present. They failed miserably. It's historically hollow the largest the largest finding the history of F._T._C.. I don't know if you can't find facebook or Google or apple or Microsoft enough to make it really hurt you'd have to I mean five billions a lot but if the the stock market says Oh here's six to make up for it well Mark Zuckerberg's net worth goes up you know <hes> the best <hes> punishment to facebook is to just get off facebook. Now I know people tell me all the time I can't. I can't get off facebook. That's how I stay in touch with my mom my sister my uncle. That's how I keep up with my high school friends okay I. I guess I get it. I got off in August. I you know and I don't Miss It. I don't think anybody would actually miss facebook. Surely there are other ways you can keep in touch with friends go to go to Google photos and share some photos does with them or something. I see my friend. Mike Algan is a tech journalist travels around the world. He doesn't have a regular domicile. He's one of those people you know those. He calls himself. Digital nomad each is always travel. He and his wife always traveling around he got off facebook and he creates something called. Mike's Nice Book. It's a shared a public shared album on Google. You don't have to have a google account to view it. Anybody can <hes> conjoined. Mike's nice book any he puts ten pictures there every few days and that's his facebook and you know what it's great I mean do we really need facebook. I feel like we get away with <hes> something less or different or not. Well that's to me the facebook stock do anything as long as membership continues go up and you know where facebook's membership is really going up is around the world not in the U._S.. Much in the U._S. is interesting young people young people. They're crazy boy oy these young people. They don't WanNa be on facebook. They say that's that's <hes> GRANDPA's social network mom and dad social network. I don't want to be where my parents hang that that's by definition not cool so they use snapchat. Actually the hot thing. Now is a Chinese company. Get ready for this call Tick Tock Yeah. It's added China. I I got nothing against China but if you're worried about facebook spying on you I can promise you Chinese governments worse. That's right <hes>. The only reason they probably don't spy on on us is because they don't care about us but they certainly have <hes>. You know it's believed that for instance. The Chinese government is behind a number of the biggest data breaches recently <hes> including including the Marriott breach half a billion records and the reason our intelligence agencies think that it it probably was China is because those records including credit card numbers and birthdates and all that stuff have never appeared on the dark web for sale usually if bad guys breach a database this the information is sold. That's the incentive for you know gangsters. If it's a nation state while they might have other incentives and in this case believe the Chinese government did it to keep an eye on Chinese dissidents and diplomats abroad and be you know you get all that information about who's checking in what hotel wear when might be useful to in other kinds of espionage and <hes> the fingerprints of the hack seemed to point back to the Chinese government so but they don't even need a break in now they got tick Tock. The Big Vid con is going on <hes>. This is how you measure the success of Tick Tock besides the fact that every American teenagers post stuff on there tick tock bought a company called musically that was also very popular and merged together the as far as I can tell having having spent some time on Tick Tock. It's kind of you remember the seven second videos that were were you know like all the rage on the thing called Vine and vine made some superstars like big pigs stars you and I never heard of but ask your teenagers so vying got bought by twitter and basically put out of business for reasons. No one understands because it was doing fine. I think anyway vines gone tick. Tock comes as long musically comes along nine second videos or longer. I think maybe now people are doing musically was all about lip synching to music but tick tock has become really basically a new version of Vine T._I.. K. Not okay. If you want to see where your kids are yeah. They're on snapchat but they liked the vine so vivid cons going on that used to be was created by the green brothers as a celebration of youtube stars and Youtube video makers creators but I'm told that bitcoin which is just. I just concluded in L._A.. This year it was all all the teenagers that were there to see this. They're famous celebrities. We're all over the tick. Tock celebrities tick talks the next big thing. That's why I don't worry too much about anyone platform getting dominant you know maybe facebook is but tick tock with the kids but the kids to tie and facebook can't buy tick tock because it's it's Chinese company and <hes> actually you know I think the I think the F._T._C. is trying to limit tick tock as well. They don't have technically they don't have jurisdiction but I think I think that the F._T._c. you find him five point seven million dollars <hes> because they violated children's privacy. We have a law in the U._S.. Kids Thirteen and under cannot be you can't collect directly under thirteen cannot collect information about them. It's called child or the Children's online privacy protection act so they violated Coppa they knew many children were using the APP but they didn't get parental consent before collecting names email addresses and other personal information the people under thirteen so a five point seven million billion million dollar fine doesn't seem to have slowed them down at all and after all you know <hes> what are you going. What are the Internet? It's an international. What do you do if you're the F._T._C. as a Chinese company and kids are using it? Do you block it at the borders do build a digital wall. That's kind of thing the Chinese government does they call it the great firewall the wall of China. If you're in China you can't use twitter facebook. Should we do the same that creates something. We call the splinter net where I think we're headed that way where you have a U._S.. Internet at Chinese Internet a European Internet different Internet's which kind it defeats the whole purpose. This is the world we live in. This is what we talk about every weekend eight s cleo website again free and open to all tech guy labs dot com and we'll go to the phones camshafts already answering the calls the board hot there lighting up. Let's Talk High Tech you in me eighty eight eighty eight ask Leo that's the phone number I would love to talk to you about any of these news issues about what's going on with your computers Peter's anything you're curious about com shays unbreakable. She's unbreakable because she's taking your calls. The one and only kimmy Shafir can take no shafir hello kimmy kimmy Jimmy Scheffer good morning to you in the radio listening audience absolutely yeah we up late last night. I was okay baby baby. Oh they're just following it on the twitter the group tax people okay okay. It's just a group tax. Group text people aren't tweeting no not facebook did she. Yeah Yeah my most my <hes>. My youngest was born twenty four years ago. We didn't have the twitter we didn't have the facebook. We barely had the google. I don't even think four now L. Nope the Google is twenty years old. Oh yeah wow hard to believe. I know I know yeah. I had to go to a baby shower yesterday for a little boy that I used to take care of WHO's now having a baby himself self. That's when you know you're all holy cow yeah. Well not that old you must that's crazy teenager when you babysat him eighteen yeah these things that math is hard for a trip to see a little kids that you getting married and yeah well you start seeing your friends die. That's on yeah. That's five seen my parents go through yeah yeah as you get to certain age you start reading the obituaries with with with interest I always have I'm finding more weird. Isn't it. Older older people like to read the obits. I Yeah Irish sports pages. They call it. Is that what they call it holy cow. There is a domino remember that one that's good. That's what it's called. The Irish supports who should wow who should I talk to. I bury in Northridge. I love that Berry Lille report the Tech Guy thank you can do for you. Bury Rio <hes> a <hes> to nap now yes and and I had a preview of previous model <hes> that was about ten years old down that very easy to get used to the new one. I am having difficulty getting used to and learning how to use how to use it. Do you think cut you had one before so let me just define some of those terms because Kyun App Nass probably people listening go. He has a what so cute APP is a company Q._N._A.. P in a Nass is a network attached storage what you should think of it as is a massive hard-drive Dr. That's on your network. It's really a little computer doesn't have a keyboard or mouse or monitor but it's on your network and people use it for variety of things you could put all your movies and T._v.. Shows a music on their make it a media server. You could back-up files else to it. <hes> that's what I use my Nass for. It's a it's nice to have a giant hard-drive in the closet. That's on the network <hes> and you'll think of lots of ways to use it in a lot of these Nasr's Q. Nap <hes> is one of them. They're really lynx operating systems systems and they can run software that can be servers. They can do all sorts of things so is part of this problem <hes> because you had one before and maybe they've changed how they do things or you think it's just more difficult these days. I think it's more complex now and then the other one was <hes> the the operating system which was again limit. <hes> Lennox Base Yeah was much easier to us <hes> ten years ago then this one is now yeah so they're using their their their software hides Lennox of course you get a web based interface. Lets you install programs. Run programs configure programs where where's the confusion well. It's just how to how to how do you use it. <hes> how do you the APPS <hes> the APPS that they have for it right right <hes> there's there's very very little <hes> documentation for the for the for the for the act. That's in general the issue with these Nass companies in these NASA programs that I think they kind of assume that you're an expert right you know and I installed the first I._B._M.. P._C.'s cal state northridge on you are an expert eighty okay so you are an expert and you still having a hard time so I can't. I can't pose as Acuna expert because while I do recommend them. I think they're very good. I don't use them. I use a sinology which is very similar. I think they're kind of comparable in capabilities <hes> there they they they are <hes>. Did you see the news this week about shoot up. No <hes> there is a ransomware targeted at Q. Nap masses. Oh isn't that Nice Yeah. That's yeah I see a on. They're on their website their response to this yeah that's not surprising because <hes> you know when you're when you're one of the leaders in a segment and they are if you think about it. They're running software. I'm sure Sinology is constantly under attack back as well <hes>. Did you get bit. No I am so careful about that things and as soon as soon as I saw something <hes> I made sure everything I was isolated from the Internet as much as possible Hadman yeah so they say on their <hes> their their Taiwanese company they say <hes> there are they have security advisory that they've published and they do say there are things to do. It sounds like <hes> while they don't have a fix they have some proactive measures. You can take to kind of reducing Yeah Update Q. T. S. of course as always and you know I don't know about hugh nap at Sinology always <hes> automatic. I said set it to automatically update. I wanted to do the same thing they have a malware removal. I guess on their use a stronger admin password enable network access protection disable S._S._H. and telnet. These are all things every you she do on every Nass if you're not using service for instance don't turn it on excess services just provide more attack surface. You should always turn on any security sinology for instance after somebody logs in attempts to log in from from the same I._p.. Address more than <hes> five times says no forever it blocks it so there's things you can do I don't. I wonder if there's some good sources for tutorials. I guess the Youtube would be the place to look Leo LaPorte the tech I <hes> I would guess what is the what is your issues. I mean Gosh you should know had a run these things they say they don't use a standard system port. You know use use a separate port. Don't use one of the obvious ports I know my <hes> I see I look at my logs on my sinology and there's somebody somebody from China constantly trying to brute force into it this is this is pretty common. So what are you having trouble with specifically well. It's just they have everything broken down into <hes> into APPS and I don't know which apt to choose <hes> back backup to backup services. This has become a problem with these because they have they've added so many features feature bloat that it's not immediately obvious well. Which one should I yeah same thing? It's analogy. There's four different backup programs. Which one should I use right yeah and what I what I what I what I'm doing what I what I've got now is <hes> I've got about ten? <hes> G mail APPS A G G mail accounts and I've got it now where it's backing up my g mail accounts. Don't say <hes> away away to <hes> in case in case something happens yeah. That's nice you know it's it's. It's just I'm finding it overwhelming. I guess is what it is yeah well. It's a power tool Q.. Nap T._V. is a YouTube Channel <hes> by Q. Nap that seems to have some looks like some good tutorials. <hes> there are specific like I'm looking at this backup your Mac to Q. Nap Nass so they'll these. These tutorials are very specific about how to do stuff so that's cool okay well. I'll say I'll take a look at those yeah I. I don't have any specific Nick Kyun APP advice only because I don't use one but I everybody I know use them loves them but maybe maybe maybe they'll be less popular. I love my Sinology <hes> and yeah. It's not immediately obvious how to use it appreciate the call. Although thank you normally Sam ables amid joins us at this hour to talk about cars. He had an opportunity <hes> the big formula erases are going on in Brooklyn this week electronic F- well. I want to say F. One but it's it's formula e racing and he is right now. As we speak lucky guy driving the new four a Porsche ticon E ticon first electric vehicle from Porsche so in an hour he will join us his hair will be swept back his eyes will be wide and he will tell us what it was like to drive that amazing electric vehicle next hour sample submit who's going to be taken over for Chris Chris. These guys are having way too much fun. He's at the North Sea jazz festival in Rotterdam today seeing Jacob Collier live and I don't know who that is but Chris very excited so no photo guy day car guy delayed in our so he can drive the Porsche tycoon. Lucky Fella meanwhile. Let's go to Hawaii my good friend L._A.. Hello Alley Hi Leo how're you doing. I am great. How're things in the paradise quiet? I like it that lay quiet and paradise is this. This is the slow season because it's so hot right well to me it. Isn't I love. I love the hot weather so that's why you're living there but the tourists say they tend to stay away in the summer right right nice and I'm trying to get get away from facebook myself. I deleted my APP. I believe good leading my but I don't know how to get rid of my profile completely. It's such a pain in it. I'm not sure you you need to do that. I mean it's up to you and how strongly feel about facebook. I think the first step it's the first step I took early this year or actually last year. It's been a year. It'll be almost two years as I left facebook. First thing I did was to take the phone APP off and there's some good reasons to yeah. There's really first of all. It's battery drain on any phone android or I._O._S.. It also is following you around facebook's using it to get location information and whatever else can glean from you and of course apps in your phone. Get more information than absent your laptop desktop so that's a good first step. If you want to delete your facebook account it is in the settings and in fact they made it easier believe it or not because of <hes> the European data protection regulation G._D._p.. C._P._R. which requires companies doing business in the European Union to offer an easy way for customers to delete their information so the easiest way if you do decide to delete facebook and you say it's time for me to late facebook is to go to delete facebook DOT COM. I know your vision impaired Ellie but this is a pretty clean site. It has a link directly to the facebook deletion page helps you this is this is a site created by somebody. Body weights facebook delete face can't stand it. I haven't been earning and over a year and I don't miss it yeah so if you're not this is a great test right. You don't Miss It. Now's the time to get rid of it. So there's a cup. There's a couple of steps to deletion the first thing you'll be deactivated for ah months and if you log in at any time in that month I discovered this. It reacted goes oh you oh good. You want your back so don't don't log in don't click any link. Don't you know if you very careful after a month. It's permanently deleted elitist. They'll give you thirty days. They will try to switch you to deactivation. That's not the same as deletion. If you want the other thing to do before you delete it and this is the thing I didn't do and I regret now if you've ever used you know how they have that log in with facebook on a lot of APPs yes when I hate it if you've used it. Don't delete your facebook account because there's a bunch of APPs. I can't get into now so <hes> you would wanna it goes through those apps and one by one almost every case you can add a real logging password and then if you go into if you go into you can find those APPs in facebook. It'll say all the APPS. There's an APPs permissions page that will say all the APPS. You've done that with and you can find them. If you forget yet because I didn't remember and then <hes> the other thing that's delete facebook page says delete facebook.com is considered an account deletion epitaph. I leaving facebook. You can reach me here here in here. You know that's okay. Yes you're like me. I didn't care <hes>. The one thing to remember is that your data is deleted but if others have shared your data obviously if it's somebody else's account you can't delete that so some of your stuff you're you're bits and pieces will be lying around on facebook lamb for more netflix thank you you said it so. I didn't have to so what's up in your world l.. <hes> we are a Choonhavan. Oh the inner yeah you you got the right price I- i- overpaid do nothing is an android based toaster oven convection oven and I love it but I paid fifteen hundred dollars for it. You've got the first generation Dumb Leo well. You know you have to try before we buy yeah so you like it. That's why well I do but I wanNA know about steak. I finish stake ache my partner and I both steak and it said cooking is done. I mean look at it. One side look done in the other side doesn't turn over or anything. It's not good. Did you use the probe. Yes okay so that's how it knows. It's done us at Temperaturepro as your cooking and so the thing about the June oven that's Kinda cool is it has built in recipes and there's more all the time so you can even as a camera. Does yours have have a camera in it because yours is less than half what I spent a camera so the camera sees what you put in sees. The meeting goes. Oh you're cooking steak. Do you want me to do the steak recipe now. I'm worried what it sounds like is that both burners are not clicking on the top and the bottom should both be on right. I checked it said it was on <hes> the broiler the conviction you know well make sure it is because if that sounds sounds like it's not the other thing is to turn it over or not. I don't remember. I don't think so no because it's got it's got it's got it should tell you okay. I know you're blind. How did you can your partner see yeah so you can too but you could see well enough to read the yeah and the APP works in voice over to? You're kidding it out. Oh that's awesome. I did have his those who can't see at all if they could use it and they can. It's so you know in a way this is great for a blind user. Isn't it because yes it is yeah tells you what to do. I you know my favorite thing is Brussels sprouts in there but so if it didn't try to me too they have some great broke and they'll cook it just right so here's the thing on this. If your recipe doesn't come out right they have a feedback area that you could say wait a minute and you know my experience with June folks is they're pretty responsive. Now may very good yeah so maybe A. B.. Say Phenomena where it yeah have to be booty oven when we try to make be hot dog that's not right and there's a phrase didn't think we'd ever here but now we're in the the twenty first century and yes. It's a phrase reboot the oven right. It's an android device and I've done it to you can reset it. Put the oven the blow drying I. I didn't know what took that long. It took hours until it was done for the hot dogs. No blow dry feature. Oh I haven't tried blow dry. What is blow dry? Do it cleans the oven. It locks lacks the itself cleaning of and that's it's nice yeah yeah except it took hours and we were shocked. Well not that big won't take that cleaning does take time. I know my regular of and takes all night but that's a regular of it. I would send cinema note saying hey this is what happened and maybe they want to adjust their recipe differ. You know <hes> you're an early adopter L._A.. Aloha Leo LaPorte the tip reports support the Guy Eighty eight eighty eight asked Leo. Let's get on the phone here. Let's see we have on the horn line one Jack and Stone Mountain Georgia Hello Jack Eilly a longtime watcher listener and I finally have a question for you. I'm so glad you called Nice to meet you. Thank you <hes> on an android phone the I don't know if you call it sad were sideways ways hamburger but you'll ever the sideways hamburger button. Okay well vertical land yeah yeah down at the bottom. I'm using the Microsoft launcher okay and before you we went before the last android up day when I would push that I could get a list view of all the runny naps yes and now it is just a little bit screen shot that goes horizontal and I wanted to see if there was a way to change that back to list view so what you're seeing with a little bitty screen shots is the current the recent APPS. Do you WanNa see the running APPs yeah the running upsets but you you don't WanNa see list of all the apps you wanted to see the Ryan's I have everything organized the way I want it for all the absent. I have just want to see the ones that are running. ANDROID android change Google changed. How android does recent into that Carousel carousel which I'm not I? I understand you know especially since you're used to doing another way <hes> that you don't like how it looks <hes> I think it's GonNa come down to the launcher whether other than launcher will allow that so I don't know if there's a setting to change from the carousel some other way of doing it but the launcher controls so if the Mike Launcher and I haven't let me just see <hes> yeah. I think that they've I think this is this is all part of <hes> ANDROID P. They've changed you know the change the recent screen right it system level so it may be that they can't you want stacked instead of sideways. Is that your goal an analyst just. Oh you WANNA list yeah it would have a little header type of things saying <hes> phone or what kind of what kind of phone kind of android phone you use no date good so <hes> we do have a way to do this on the on the Samsung phones I think but you have to use a Samsung APP called good lock good luck. It's in the Samsung store. Store okay good. Luck is actually an one reason to be glad you're using Samsung's funds and the new one twenty nineteen is fairly recent. I think it came out last month to make sure you get good lock. It was a month or two ago. You know about good luck. Okay not good luck but the I'm saying the ANDROID update was like a month or two ago very go yeah yeah so good. Lock is something Samsung puts out that changes the user interface is not available in non Samsung phones but is on the note so install twenty nineteen good luck and then what good luck does it has modules of all different kinds in the one you want is. I think it's called task changer so so when can you <hes> when you put in task changer you can then go into the task changes settings and you can change the layout type from stack to stack to list to grid to Carousel carousels. When you don't like list is <music> you want so you can go back in fact there's other ones you might find you like even better but good? Luck is a great tip for anybody who has a Samsung Galaxy phone <hes> it's only in the it's not on the APP store the Google play store. It's in the Samsung sunk store so go to the Samsung store install twenty nineteen good luck and then look after you've played a little bit with that extension look at all the others because there's doesn't like a dozen of them on all are all about changing the user interface ace to make it more suitable and there's a lot of really useful tools in there the one you want that won't change the <hes> the way that the law Microsoft launcher were no no so I think I do think a launcher could change change this but given the Microsoft's not good luck will do it and and it will and I don't think it will break the launcher at all. No it's really this is operating system level so I think you'll be okay. Okay good this is this is the tool that people who are like Avid Samsung phone users all singing the praises of they say this is why we stay with galaxy phones because of the good luck okay well that that's good news yeah and <hes> one other quick question for you sure <hes> I have a fire TV sticks on all my T._v.'s yeah and I have streaming nap right now back to Oregon to slaying and instead of having to run slain on each aspire T._v.. Stick and I'm I'm using bandwith on each one of those. Is there a server type of product that Oh run <hes> slaying or playstation vue on like a central type APP or server and then have my t._v.'s <hes> look at that so that I'm not using three times the band with just to go from room to room intr. I don't think they sling thing is GonNa if it's just sitting there use bandwith but you can. I think to a centralized sleep what I'm saying is. I'm actually you're watching the same show I get it on all those T._V.'s so you're watching Wimbledon and you WANNA go from room to room and be able to continue to watch watch it. I get it I get the idea of take a look at PLEX FLEX DOT TV now. This is a big installed because now you gotta set up a server and yet plex clients on your various on your fire TV and so forth but what's Nice about plex is you can put playstation Vue or Sling T._v.. On on your plex server <hes> and then have it served from the central server so yeah I think this is. I think this is basically what you WanNa do yeah yeah I just wanted to feed it into one plan and then so you're plex server would be getting the stream and then you'd be running the plex client throughout your house and it would be picking up that stream okay and the client goes on the fire. T._V.'s yes yeah there's plex clients for for every device known to man. It's kind of amazing plexus have really really interesting. If you WANNA get Kinda start to get your clearly starting to think about kind of UNIV- unifying your television system plex is the way to do it. It's pretty impressive. Okay yeah that sounds good because right now <hes> getting the two or three different. T._V.'s in Sake with each other is impossible. Yeah Yeah that might yeah. That's another issue because yeah that's actually. I don't know what that would be. I haven't done this. I don't know what that would be like. You might get a little echo yeah but it'll be better than doing separate sling on each device. That's for sure right. Yes yeah band with yeah. No that makes sense yeah. It's sling would be your sling server. Be The one person downloading that content and then it would distribute that <hes> using the plex using plex T._v. would distribute that to all the other devices. Yeah I think that would I mean that's my best guess but they do support poured. It and I think that's probably how they support. I've never tried this as a good idea. Let me know will yeah yeah. Plex is amazing feature thing. I mean it's got it's just as everything you're welcome great to talk to you in Stone Mountain. Georgia sounds pretty our website tech guy labs dot com. I tell you what I'll put a article about this <hes> there about using sling to do <hes> I mean using plex to do Sling T._v.. I'll also put a link to how to change ANDROID and I'll even make it easy for you galaxy phone users. We'll give you link to good good luck. What a great tool that is tech guy labs dot com by the way that's free? There's no charge it's wide open no sign nothing like that eight Ashley. That's the phone number eight eight eight eight two seven five five three six by the way another great place to go while you're watching or listening to the show and I say watching because we do crazy as it might seema video stream of this at our website with the but if you're if you're watching or listen and go to our chat room I._R._C. That Twitter Dot T._v.. TWITS my podcast networks. We have that chat room set up for the PODCAST. We'll use it for the radio show to that. There's some real experts plexus expert in there right now well hey hey hey. How are you today? Leo Laporte here the Tech Guy. I'm glad I don't talk like that. All the time right. You are too. It's it's time to talk tack Eighty Eight Eighty Eight. Ask Leo that's my phone number. If you WANNA talk about computers the internet or I don't know smartphones talked a lot about that smartwatch is very little about that in fact. I don't think we've had a car call about a smart watch in years. Don't it's okay. It's fine with me. <hes> we don't talk about G._P._S.. Is your video cameras much anymore either do we. It's funny how categories shift over time little later on <hes> our car Guy Sam Abell salmon will be here. He's normally on in the first hour of the show but <hes> he'll be on in the second because earlier today he was in Brooklyn for the formula e races which appear everybody's raving about these <hes> these are kind of like Formula One cars but their electric and <hes> this is a whole new thing formula e he's. They're not only for the race but he gets to drive a very hot electric car that is not out yet won't be out till September porsches. I the TICON T. T._A.. Y C A N They Porsche wants you to pronounce it tycoon and <hes> This has been <hes> much anticipated but heavily under the wraps. I'm very interested at myself. I would live never had a porsche but you know electric cars are Kinda cool because unlike gas engines they have so much torque that you you practically fly off the line so I'm I'm really curious what he thinks of the new night new ticon he'll oh have his report in about half an hour. I think he's on his way back now. Meantime I'm here for you eighty eight eighty eight ask Leo that's my number. If you WANNA talk about that or do talk about electric cars a lot these days. I'm set because you know I've had a tesla for the last three years at Tesla Model X. which I love very impressed with it but it was a lease in it's going back on Friday. Oh we replaced it with a much less. Expensive car that I think is pretty much almost most if not entirely as good the Chevy Bolt with a B. It's an all electric vehicle Chevy <hes> has died. I think a very good job with his great range two hundred plus mile range doesn't have all the auto pilot features features of a tesla. That's fine with me. <hes> I could use adaptive cruise control but all of that automatic lane changing stuff. That's a little scary and I think it's a mistake. I think Tesla's made a mistake and telling people oh yeah just let the car drive. No no no. I know I always keep my hands in the eyes peeled because sometimes these things make mistakes but I do like the bolts a lot of fun to drive eight hundred eighty eight. Ask So we can talk about that. We could talk about <hes> computers can talk about the Internet Home Theater. You know all that stuff anything with a chip in IT Steve Redondo Beach California's next hi Steve Halio yeah. I'm having a problem trying to reset my windows ten yeah <hes> it's a five year old Toshiba satellite and it was running really slow so I got new computer and Mughal Magadan onto the new computer. Now I WANNA reset the windows <hes> A- as soon as I turned it on it said automatic disc repair so I ran that for about twelve hours with no luck of any this is on the Toshiba the old computer yeah yeah the Toshiba Yeah. It sounds like your hard drive is a little flaky where you having problems with it before you got the new computer. It was running extremely slow. That's often you know it's funny you. You'd think all it's slow because I don't know there's too much software on it or something weird's going on often. It's just that the hard drive is hard to read in the computer spends. The operating system spends an inordinate amount of time trying to read those sectors that may be that that that that drive is flaky. Now the good news is replacing. It's cheap yeah yeah. That's that's what I was thinking but before I buy one so I went into the F. twelve mode I'd start up yeah bad to do internally and it says a partitions missing image U._S._B.. And it just takes me in a circle constantly. You're the good news. Is You made a copy of it. You have everything right. You haven't lost. I've got four backups man. I love you wish everybody were like you. That's fantastic. I got everything on USB drive. I got it on discs and so new computer in my opinion wants to drive starts doing this. There's no point in trying to fix it unless you had data on it you gotta get you. Don't I think it's time to say this drive is is dead and drives die. I mean this is not unusual. This is probably the Spinning Graviton H._D.. Right yeah yeah so those are those will die. You know five five years and that's about right sometimes longer sometimes shorter Google did a big study of all the hard drives they used because you know as you might imagine they use millions and they came up with if the dry d you know the be a certain percentage small percentage drives it fail and for six months if it doesn't feel for six months it's going to be good to go for about two years and then they start dying at the rate of about eight percent a year every year thereafter they just wear out so <hes> you can try more things to recover effort I wouldn't I would just say how big is that hard-drive. I you know I don't even remember it was less than a terabyte is probably given it was a five year old Toshiba probably two fifty six or five twelve five. I twelve a five hundred gigabytes solid state drive that would be ten times faster more reliable about fifty bucks wow yeah. Why are you spending any energy on this? See You know what I'm saying. You see what I'm saying here. I think I think we as gigs we always WANNA fix it. I can fix this but you've done enough. It's time to let this poor old drive. Go to the hard drive in the sky so then I should not get the spinning drive. I actually I would put an S._S._D.. There so now they're spinning graduate still cheaper you can get a four terabytes spinning drive for frady eight dollars so you know the price just as the prices fallen for for S._S._D.'s the H._d.'s have fallen to but what s teaser now close to what the price of hard drives used to be certainly back five years ago so <hes> row on your ten cents a gigabyte. That's what that's the measure we typically use what how much gigabyte and while they were for a while they were a dollar gigabyte or more down below ten cents a gigabytes so there's I think there's no reason not to given that. There's so much faster. There's no question maybe in the early days we were worried. Are they gonNA wear out. That's no longer the issue they are as reliable. If not more reliable you already <hes> you know you'll get more than five years out of it. Almost certainly no moving parts have a second computer and now you'll have a second Peter and you know what that Toshiba is going to be very fast because I'll tell you what the things that make computers fast. I haven't changed that much in five years processors a little faster. Maybe have more memory nowadays more ram but the but really the biggest difference the biggest differences from H._D.. Two S._S._D.. That's the big shift over the last five years news and now you can put an S._D._N.. That thing's GonNa feel very very swift than if you really WanNa have some fun maybe put Lennox on this one tryout something new and modern run both at the same time. Can it's a little more look trickier to do what we call a duel boot but absolutely <hes> I do that on on my think pat I love having I prefer Lennox. It's my favorite operating system by far but sometimes you need windows to run those windows programs that you can't get get on Lennox and so I have a little bit of a windows machine and a lot of Lennox machine on that machine I think pop is my favorite Lennox. Now it is easy to install it will run just fine of that Toshiba and he'd get all the benefits. The battery life will be the same <hes> <hes> sometimes if you have some weird stuff like fingerprint readers those don't work as well but generally speaking Papua's should do everything windows ten dozen that Toshiba any knows a chance to try it out. You gotTA windows machine. I'M GONNA start. I think I'm going to start proselytizing. Isolating the people should if technical which obviously anybody that's four backups knows what they're doing. If you technical you should absolutely try and Lennox because at this point going forward really there are UNIX based operating systems and there's windows even macintoshes UNIX based android is Lennox based. <hes> UNIX is the original nineteen seventy operating system. These things are very well understood now. There's no reason the you need a proprietary proprietary operating system Debbie and Lennox which is one of the most popular community Lennox has forty five thousand applications up-to-date current secure applications available for forty five thousand so any of the things any of the excuses people gave in the years gone by two that Oh I don't Wanna I gotTa have I have to have windows or a half to have MAC. I think people should be looking at Lenox now and if you're not a geek if you're not Super Tacky Chrome O._S.. which is a very simple version of Lennox designed by Google to be super secure chromos? Must Your Gamer or you're designing rocket ships. I I don't really see a reason. Why does this point my phone number eight eight? The eight ask Leo website Tekeye Labs Dot Com more cost to this kid Papua's is open to it's a spin on a boon to <hes> which is a spin on Debbie and and <hes> I think it improves on a boon to several key ways one of which is it has invidia drivers if you haven't invidia <hes> discrete <hes> G._p.. And your computer the the installation is very smooth. They've they've done a great job better than a boon to in my opinion <hes> I think it's a Boon to plus and I it's you know for a long time. I was an arch guy. I think arches hard to recommend because take some sophistication to us. I was recommending arch installer recalled entire goes but they've stopped <hes> doing it so <hes> casting around. I have a number system seventy six computers. That's the company that does Papua's and I love them and I've been I now have Papua's on every every that's my the next choice on every computer and it runs beautifully. This is a I'm having in front of me right now. ThinkPad t four seventy S it's running beautifully on that runs on my thinkpad extreme x one extreme <hes> running it on a oryx from Matt System Seventy six very happy super super nice yeah but I you know if you have to use pro tools okay fine. I don't think pro tools is the best out there by any means not even close and there's some very good dawes available for Lennox applecart launches this week. How exciting oh I should talk about are fine sponsor for the podcast why hey you're not talking about <hes> green hot stuff they put on your Sushi? 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It's etched into the card. It has a chip but no number because instead of having a fixed number as most credit cards do that you give to the merchant it generates <hes> a unique number. Every time you do a transaction that is to protect protect your privacy after analysis by <hes> you know folks who pay attention to credit card rates and so forth the applecart isn't you know head and shoulders above any other card they do have a cashback solution if <unk> especially if you buy a lot of apple gear that might save some money but it's not necessarily even the best cash back offer however it is an apple card and it does have an APP that of course it does as an APP on your iphone that goes with it. They will help you budget help you pay. It back says it'd be interesting and I'm told my chat room seems to have some very big connections that this is the week. This is the week that apple cart will will finally come out. They said all apple said is this summer. You're well. It's summer sufficiently summer be interesting. I don't need another credit card. I don't even want another credit card and I know the credit. Bureaus don't want me to get another credit card but I have to say titanium. Hi Taint him titanium eighty-eight Titanium Eighty Eight esque Leo you could cut a steak with it. Let's go to Puerto Rico Jorges on the line hello or hey. How're you doing Leo Micro? I am great. Thanks for calling welcome. Thank you Leo I have a forty year old application than I build and still market. It's for medical offices known as a practice management system system. It's forty years old forty years. Oh what did you write it in. I started when visual basic which is gone now right. Can you sorry I'm I'm sorry I started the basic basic basic basic moved into visual basic dot net APP now right now he's dot net but before before quitting basic was just basic basic basic wow hey that's cool. Did you do that. Eh because you wanted to run your practice on it. Or how did you get doing to do in that forty years ago well well. I wanted to work for myself. I used to work for ideas and then I went to Wang Wang Word processors yeah and and Wang the legend in the business yes yeah predict or all these instruments thing in the video and all that he was a really an amazing fellow and Wang. I guess Wang's gone though right Wang Labs I don't I think they couldn't keep the growth again. They couldn't manage note because it was a dedicated piece of hardware and once personal computers came out. You just run some software on a P._C.. And you're you're done true. They didn't evolve yeah. I remember the first word perfect had the Wang Keystroke so that anybody who'd been trained to use a Wang would feel comfortable sitting down at wordperfect. That's was the secret to it success so you're at IBM you're at Wang. You said I WANNA run my own business. What needs to be done medical office management suffering you wrote it yourself? I wrote it myself when he will printing paper Oh man and Ana Dot Matrix Printer and this is back in the eighties eighty-three holy cow yeah that's awesome and you what's really great is that you've kept it up today. You've kept developing and so this has become a business. This has been a AH good business for over forty years. I'm Moody Don. I'm doing on <hes> the framework <hes> javascript based times great. Oh Wow types awesome. Oh you're very modern and you're I'm doing on that. You're doing it angular with type script. That's good because it means. It's a web based application now and of course that's what everybody wants when hurricane stuff here I found out that if I go hybrid of your smart because if the Internet's down down what are you going to do you gotTa. You've got your doctor. You gotTA treat patients. Actually yeah exactly well. The your clients are Oh. That's really interesting. Oh that's really smart. So what can I do to help. You sounds sounds like you. You're living large here I do. I you know I study all the time and when I left college I never go study well. This is what I admire because you know a lot of especially specialized line of business offer like this. They wrote it and they're gonNA stick with V._p.. All the way down right but you're smart you you modernize modernize. You're using angular which is a Java scrip- framework. There's very state of the art type script is even more state of the art. It is a really good much much better than playing Java script programming language for Microsoft <hes> Yeah I was. I'm Sam and then I would be tree. Oh Man I remember those now doing issue of course is your yeah sequel server yeah very impressive. Do Most your clients run on Azure or do they run. You said you do a dual things that they can run on premises to Oh. No no no I went to I wouldn't cheap. I went to <hes> droplets. Oh Wow very smart server <hes> UNIX or of course you of course we're just talking about a boon to of course you're using your no fool. You're using the best and you'd be nuts to running windows so let me ask you the name of it because there's people listening saying this sounds pretty good. I WanNa get a copy of this medical biller website medical biller P._R.. Dot Com dice at our most of your customers in Puerto Rico they all over the world <hes> I gotta I got one insensitive Mingo Dominican Republic and I got one in Florida but it's Spanish language so it spanish-language medical offices would be most interested Wayne I you no I had a lightbulb calm and now I gotta button who says English. Oh I see it yeah call. I think this is it just you're to have you hired people now or is it just you what else the secret. He's only me <hes>. That's that's awesome some people with me but worst thing I ever did was hire employees well manager yeah. That's exactly I actually my best hire was ended up being my wife. I hired her. She's a very good manager so we let her run the business because I do have I do have employees and I love my employees. I'm just teasing them but every but it is nice if you don't hey hang on because I gotta take a break. Sample Salmon is coming up our car guy. We're going to talk about the Porsche tycoon. I think if we get him he just did a test drive. Stay tuned. I am so I am so impressed or hey sounds like you've just your do this. Is What a wonderful the thing you've done and it's fun right. You love it. I love it. I have my own hours. I <hes> <hes> I feel renification. When I fallen something people like yes? That's what's fun about writing soft- software software. I write a lot of software just for myself because I don't feel like it's good enough to give to anybody. I definitely don't WanNA support it but much better. If you write something and people use it I have done that and what a neat feeling. What a neat feeling? It's great when you've got positive feedback yeah negative yeah. That's that's the problem is supporting it yeah yeah. This is great. I'm looking at it. Looks Really Cool Yeah I. I got vision coming but you know we're still working I. I'm the one doing it to this a lot of work but you enjoy it right. I think you look forward every morning you look forward to sitting down and firing up type script. Well you know what I get a lot of satisfaction from learning some new tack and then put into work yeah so I'm GonNa have to break for Sam in fact. Let me just check to mature Samson car. Can you hear me Sam. I really good this'll be fun and we can see you too. That's going to be great. I can't wait so hang on. We're GonNa get the second let me so. It looks like you're having trouble getting text messages through his case yeah. I'm having trouble with A._T.. And T. Gateway <hes> we're doing fine. <hes> you know reminding patients of visits are you using are using Twi- Leo I'm using male monkey with an out they have him on drill and then I'm going to recommend. I think that's fine but I'm going to recommend you. Take a look at Twilly O. T. W. I l I oh okay great. Let me let me T- W._I.. L. I. Oh. This is specifically designed to do what you WANNA do. They are the king of the hill in in this business and if there are issues they will have solved them. It's not male monkeys tea business right. It's just part as a small sideline for them. I think Twi- Leo this is all they do super and I think it'll be less expensive. I bet it will I use it. I have a trillion number <hes> for a jabber that I use all the time. It's really a great services very affordable but at least take a look at Twi- Leo and as a developer you'll like it. It's got at great. A._P._I.'s Best A._P._I.'s ever suber. Hey it's such a thrill to talk to you or hey congratulations thing here. I'm all not because I was kind of a data in but take a look at right away <music> everybody I know who wants to voice services or texts services <hes> uses Twila. It's the king of the hill way what you hey thanks for calling her. Hey congratulations forty years. Not many people can say that that's awesome well. We can make it the fifty you bet you and me both okay. Make sure your contact me. Why are you in San Juan? Where are you know I'm on the southern people the island writing? Oh wow good luck. I'm writing how beautiful I'm so jealous you're living. You're living the life. I'm and I'm Maria Harrigan Gateway. Oh by the way here we hear it comes again so <hes> I WANNA get my wife too because there's no income tax there. I WANNA move there but Lisa's afraid of the hurricanes. Come Down with show you around and we'll show you how to hide from then. You're not afraid of them anymore. Yeah how could it be worse than Maria Listen. I got solar panels. I was out without power for nine months. Oh my God I can't believe it. It's a crime what our federal government did. The Puerto Rico is a crime and I'm sorry I. i apologize on behalf normal people you don't have to move down here you will be moving through the great u._s. colony puerto rico yeah colony yeah statehood are you are you in favor statehood oh oh you bet yeah the only thing is i really like no income tax i mean that's a big deal we pay fifty percent income tax that's a big deal now sam at booths amid is on the line he's our car guy principal the researcher at navigate research and sam you're not driving your in passenger seat i i'm in the backseat of range rover right now okay okay so it's okay but i'm so excited first of all you were at the formula erases in brooklyn was that awesome was amazing i have never been to an electric car race before and so this was <hes> this was a new experience for me i've been to a lot of races over the years this is the first time i've not had to wear your lots of rice yeah hassled out with no gas fumes no <hes> dollar actually the the cars <hes> the formula cars sound a lot like tie fighters which is yeah the laws along the sound is mostly come in the gearbox and it sounds really <hes> and the cars are their cars are very fast <hes> and unlike you know indy cars or formula one cars they have a very very little in the way of downforce aerodynamic downforce apiece second run a lot closer together so you get some really good racing and if you if you get an opportunity to check out only you can see most of the races this was the last race of the season they run from the fall through the sprang rank <hes> this is the last race of the season the start up again but you can see the past races on you to <hes> and southern a stream streamed on there and they also had a new support series this year from jaguar all the i._p._c. trophy surrey leaves the modified version of the jaguars as which you draw lost the december yes and they put in roll cage for safety reasons but he is a stock stop motors stuck battery and everything and <hes> they have a professional drivers driving it's amazing to watch every time somebody pulls up next to me in a ferrari or lotus and i'm driving my tesla model ten and model x. they look at me wanna race i'm just thinking to myself you have no idea my friend because electric cars i mean they're fast zero to sixty and my model ten model x. about four seconds it's boom it's i don't like to do it because i feel like i'm about to blackout now i don't care about any of that i care about the fact that you got to drive the car my dream car i know i'll never own one but i really would love to i did not i did not actually get to drive it okay we got to ride a couple of laps around the formerly track <hes> with neil yanni driving new one the twenty and twenty two thousand sixteen driving orsha under nine one nine hybrid did he tried to make you throw up he drove very capable of a lot we're talking we're talking i should explain the first electric porsche that they're gonna start shipping being in september it'll be in very short supply even though they've made more than they thought nothing at the end of the year yeah ticon ta y c a n what did you think it's really good <hes> you know that this this there's a prototype so the interior was still all coming up so we didn't get any detail what really went the interior looks like but you know i sat in the backseat i'm five eleven i had i had a helmet on i still have plenty of room no kidding this is a car that easily you know seats for adults by <hes> you know you could probably be fine if they're not to <hes> to broad-shouldered like me <hes> and <hes> you know and it's a it's a hatchback like the tesla model us oh interesting i thought it was more similar alert somewhere inside i thought it looked more like more more traditional <hes> you know kind of a cayman kinda style no it's it's <hes> similar kind of shape to a model us <hes> sedan okay okay <hes> so it's a sedan it's not it's not tall like your model acts more your model less yeah and it's a four-door and i'm glad to hear that the backseats okay <hes> so what were your impressions you liked it yeah it's it's very fast <hes> handled really well you know we talked with neil while he was driving and this is a guy that had knows fast cars you know he's driven you know two hundred modern thirty two hundred forty miles an hour on the mall straight at the mall and so you can trust his judgment and he was it was quite impressed with the way this thing is nice now it's a shame that covered up the interior because it has from the leaked photos i've seen seen kind of unique controls in the center console there could you could you see him shifting <hes> no <hes> we could not see any of that <hes> you know they he pulled up <hes> you know the everything's all covering up inside <hes> on in the car and so we didn't see any details of what the dashboard looks like they will be doing the global on balance september so we'll see all the details in september it apparently the <hes> according to the league photos has some sort of autopilot doubt yanni used the autopilot no he was oh oh sounds like a lot of fun and they and they formulate he sounds like a lot of fun i i i'm jealous that you've got to you got to do it i highly recommend you know <hes> the the the erase we and brooklyn <hes> next june <hes> <hes> and the new season starts off in october <hes> they have races all around the world have an opportunity the go-to formula erase a highly recommended it's it's racing and a great place for family because it's not so loud you know we're starting to lose you get closer to j._f._k. sam abdul samad is our car guy yeah we'll let you we'll let you and your uber head on to the airport but it's really good to talk to you sam and i'm so jealous sam's gonna be out here i think next in a couple luik so we'll we'll <hes> maybe seat catch then thank you sam bye-bye samples amid principal researcher at navigate research and <hes> and a car guy he it's funny because i think you know he he <hes> he bleeds high test through through but <hes> we're slowly ruined him over to the electric side of the of the fence i think very very interesting eight ask leo line once g scott good to talk to you he's calling inland hi scott <hes> how are we doing today we're doing great how are you sir oh well not too bad i'm in the middle of my studio upgrade here and <hes> i <hes> so i did you get the surface studio model to or you have the original no nope i have the original i'm gonna get it to for my california home but for now i'm upgrading this to the chilly s._s._d.'s i love the surface studio i we got the original service do this is the microsoft surface <hes> desktop p._c.'s and all in one with a beautiful gorgeous four k. twenty eight inch touch touchscreen that tilts back all the way back almost fifteen degrees kind of like a drafting table or all the way up like a regular all in one but the drawback of this really nice screen as three thousand dollars but the drawback is all that money went to the screen and the computer itself kind of anemic it's really a laptop and one of the best upgrades you could do and i know this because we did it to ours is to take those slow fifty four hundred r._p._m. hard drives out and replace them with an s._s._t. s. t. now you've got to because <hes> i guess it's kind of a hybrid drive system so we put in a small fast boot drive this i should say we father robert did it for me in fact he made a video you of an iron no how us series on the twitter network dot tv slash k. h. <hes> so he put in but i a fast expensive boot drive and then a slower less expensive as d for data and it's worked flawlessly fearlessly are you running into trouble well okay so i was little hasty i was following the robber video and i did not build my wreath store oh all right hang on i'll help you i gotta take a break leo laporte tech guy so you're starting from scratch and so i downloaded the windows media <hes> tool to and i <hes> so but but when i went for everything backed up and <hes> i went over all i can get to is the you e._f._i. screen and <hes> i can't get it to boot from the i can't you can choose boot manager and then that opens up a choice of <hes> can you can set boot load and then you don't see that that u._s._b. stick i'm not seeing the stick i swipe left to tell it to exit the that you have and and load from the from the u._s._b. and so then i <hes> <hes> <hes> i do that and it just goes right back to the screen i can't get out of that and so there may be i don't you shouldn't have to turn off secure boot but it sounds like secure boot might be preventing the install install you can do that in late in the bios cosmic ray saying he has to do that disabled secure boot you'd think because it's a windows o._s. and of course it signed that you wouldn't need secure boot but maybe because of the region figuring of the hard drives something and and here's the other thing is is as i'm doing this my internet goes out sunday i call oh we did attack out there in twenty four to forty a of try going into bios and messing with the boot options okay and i moved those rebound and all i can get oleo is the is just to vise screen i cannot get anywhere don't have keyboard because i need the the <hes> the fighting yeah it's a bluetooth keyboard yeah yeah you it's too bad you don't have a plugging keyboard i'm thinking make sure that usb he is properly made thing make sure it is a beautiful key <hes> turn you going to boot mo- don't you don't need legacy boot because it's not a legacy operating system but you do apparently need to turn off secure boot or maybe i wonder if he reset the secure boot keys he's if it would <hes> anyway turn off turn off the <hes> secure boot chief that helps <hes> and then change the boot order man you know in the bios to look at the u._s._b. slot yeah and and that that was the direction i was a head and then even gonna make another key and <hes> and then i lost my internet crime lately so i went down the road and and and this is much just to say okay hello yeah i went down i went down the road because i don't have cellular at home without the internet i've got an extender and and i tried calling and i got kim today i'm just gonna say hi cam it's well hang on maybe maybe we'll have an idea too i feel like it should work with secure boot but you might have to delete the existing keys reset the secure keys <hes> i can't remember if that machine has team p._m. i'm sure it does is that something i should have done prior to pulling mild no it's just in bios you don't need a hard drive to do that okay it's basically saying i'm redoing this machine i'm starting from scratch forget those as i'm thinking that's really because it should secure boot it's a certified operating system so download it may just be that the keys you need new keys you need to clear the keys then make sure you've got the u._s._b. key i in the boot order in bios and then try it and if it's still doesn't maybe the media spat right okay well that's what i'm here but <hes> i just have a little bit it's good to hear from yeah yeah so when you come in your staying there all summer and then you come out in the winter right correct yeah i'll probably just try to see a you know i'm going to try to time at one father robert comes back and other affect cbo thea i'd love to got to run leo laporte the tech guy eight hundred eighty eight ask leo i talked to g scott off the air helped him a little bit this is kinda geeky he's doing brain surgery to his surface to do i really liked that surface studio it's an awesome computer but just not very powerful and you know when you have a twenty eight inch four k. screen you kinda wanted to be a powerful computer it has baffled me the microsoft has never sold the screen by itself because it's a it's a beautiful screen and <hes> you know you could instead of having a little you know laptop grade computer in the base yes he gives me the base and let me plug in my own computer my thinking is the same reason apple with its five k. i. mac didn't let people just use that five k. screen by itself the screen is so hi rez that it has a dedicated processor just for the screen and my betcha that's what microsoft did with a surface studios well now the good news is computers again fast enough g._p.'s again festival five k. screen is no longer you know oh my goodness it's funny thing how this chain how fast this changes we i started doing a video podcast in this would have been two thousand seven maybe right when the right before the iphone came out first iphone two thousand seven to twelve fifteen twelve thirteen years ago <hes> we thought my partner alex lindsey and i thought well alex say we could make this attain a._d._p. ep video ten a._d._p. you mean high def yeah no it took him this is only again twelve years ago took him a week he shot the video on a very expensive camera a used camera he got from lucas they was the model camera they used to make star wars special effects it was a hundred thousand dollar camera so you needed this fancy of a camera to shoot ten eighty p twelve years ago right now you can do it it on your phone without even breaking a sweat back then fan hundred thousand dollar camera it it was crazy recording because you'd have to record direct to the hard-drive note you couldn't record to taper memory i think you had to record direct to the hard-driving driving ahead to be very fast computer recorded you could barely edit it took so long to edit it took him a week to edit a ten minute video then we put it up for download couldn't put it on youtube they didn't have four k. back then so put up for download nobody could watch it your everyday computer back in two thousand seven just you know it would choke would drop a frame every three frames or has freeze hesitate it was terrible he did it anyway because alex is that kind of guy nowadays nowadays four k. all the way and they ks on the horizon it's amazing how fastest stuff changes so when apple came out with his five k. i mak a few years ago yeah you gotta have a special chip i suspect the same for the surface studio back when it came out a couple years ago nowadays probably not rank just put a modern processor modern g._p. in there and you get everything any chris long island leo laporte the teke hi chris how're you i'm well how are you doing awesome and microsoft and baffling synonyms they go to they go together i feel sorry to my best friend's mary jo foley paul throughout we do a windows podcast together and it's the hardest thing for them to figure out what the heck is microsoft saying doing doing what i think microsoft is one of the great companies i honestly they're doing amazing things but sometimes it's hard to figure them out well i've got one for you i got a little feedback mccall we had about four weeks ago and then i've got my microsoft question for you okeydoke so <hes> we were talking and i was going down in brazil to work for a few weeks and we were trying to figure out if you know i should get a wifi hotspot like sky rome or whatever so i went with my t. mobile phone yeah and boo boo on t. mobile i got a about a hundred ten k b s out of their <hes> probably i'd say to g to be fair that they don't promise more than two or three g. and they they warn you it's going to be slow but it is free eh kudos keita's to google fun awesome ten megabytes per cent in three different cities down there i was able to use it as a personal hotspot and that's also and it costs you know more than it would in the states it's ten bucks a gigabyte no i think i paid for the month like forty five bucks or something like that amazing because they cap it after six yeah amazing isn't it it was awesome work work like and and i bought a phone and the chip from a local vendor donna brazile got the same exact wow out of their equipment as google fi that's really yeah that's my travel phone now i do take t. mobile phone but every time i've tried it google has always been faster a highly recommend that good good news thank you my microsoft question i have a regular job and i'm got little side hustle going on and the company i work for decided the switch from g mail over to office three sixty five whatever their recommendation was just install here so i did that well i had a personal account with microsoft three sixty five on my computer when i installed the professional version on my computer to more not compatible yeah kinda kinda took down the machine denies microsoft would have stopped me from doing that lynnwood think i actually use both we have a corporate <hes> microsoft portal <hes> and i use that for my office and i also have a personal microsoft account and i had office three sixty five the home version but i stopped paying for that because i use the company office and they seem to coexist all right here's my question i if i use the <hes> <hes> professional version of it can my company see what i do on my peace not well i shouldn't say no but generally not yeah that's my question one drive seems to be connected and i'm like okay oh yeah 'cause you're using the corporate one drive i bet they do have access to that i would think so but when you look at words like word files and excel files they now have their company name on yeah when i had my personal account on the office on my p._c. it was my here's hey i'm not a lawyer here's but i suspect here's what a lawyer would tell you when you using company resort and the courts have held this upheld this year after year when you're using company resources whether it's a company computer company internet or even company software there there they have every right to spy on everything you do and no obligation to tell you so i think it's bad corporate policy not to have an internet policy that specifies that but they're not required to and technologies exist certainly for them to do that what is your personal computer it's a personal computer in my home office she's not you're not company provided that's correct okay they i mean they are in effect providing the software because you're using your corporate account for the software i don't know if they're spying on you <hes> it's not automatic but they could be i don't i don't i don't know what's available to them to be honest through office or other microsoft's i i can't figure it out either google docs i will ask you know so we have of course an i._t. guy and he's got our he's microsoft partner and all that and he's he's the guy set that up i'll ask them say wrestle if i wanted to spy on learn please easy <hes> microsoft three sixty five could i i bet you i bet you there is a way because of course as you know we're by default will save two to one drive you could say no no no save locally but that which is not to say that were i mean technically it's possible could be you know saving a hidden copy to one drive i don't know if if that's a switch that they give the i._t. guy i don't know keeping me up at night because basically what i do you know for my side side hustle that that they wouldn't like that no hey i got one question for sam next time he's on the afford plug in hybrid yep loves the car get about twenty five miles <hes> that'd be really sharp one day go to the mall i got my twenty miles also the mall plugged into ego yeah and thinking about three hours later and had a mind dollar bill yeah twenty yeah yeah they've raised those prices it really is depressing i haven't used ego but <hes> i do i have heard through the grapevine that it's a little more expensive that's a lot that's almost gas prices it was more than just curious from him in public alaskan all ask him it's getting competitive the good news out he's building electrify america <hes> egos getting some competition i think maybe competition will help i hope so hey thanks for the call great to talk to you leo laporte the tech hey hey hey how are you today good to z. leo laporte here the tech guy talk computers the internet home theater digital photography smartphone smart watches augmented reality virtual reality real reality eighty eight eighty eight ass leo is my phone number eight eight eight eight two seven five three six as toll free from anywhere in the u._s. canada outside that area well just use <hes> skype out or something like that and call that number since his toll free in the u._s. june cost you anything eight eight eight hundred seventy five five three six the website is tech guy labs dot com and i mentioned that because it's free there's no sign up and everything i talk about all the links everything will be there tech guy labs dot com line three joe in clearwater florida hello joe hey how's it going it's great how are you i'm having fun he just had a quick question <hes> when i'm on my phone and all my tablet if i go to google anything <hes> whether it's from the search bar or if i'm trying to go to a webpage i'm trying to google and i have my v._p._n. activated i get stuck in endless captured loop ooh ooh switched to being i don't have that problem that's interesting i wonder if google is so those captures are because google's trying to make sure you're not a robot somehow somehow trying to kim their stuff i hate capture but <hes> i'm told by many people with websites and stuff is just such a problem these spots on the internet that they have to try to prove you're not a computer that you're real human being that's what those captures four <hes> which captured get you get the one where you got streets and cars and stuff and you have to car hate that one i hate that aw i don't have the prayer so the reason you're getting that is because google koogle knows where you are oh that's joe in clearwater because you're logged in if you log into your g mail count the your browser stays logged in so google knows it's joe they're saying but joe for some reason seems to be hearing from somewhere else else i am a little concerned this is somebody posing as joe so google has somehow decided that there's a security issue here or that bought might be using it maybe that v._p._n. provider you're using had a problem in the past and those is i._p. addresses aren't approved you actually interested in try a different v._p._n. see i've never gotten that by the way so might be that particular v._p._n. provider the you know this is what the third one same thing yeah okay so it's not the provider <hes> yeah it's i you know it's just google wanting to make sure that you are you it says it is the thing to remember google knows everything and so google legal says well joe is not in clearwater right now he's somewhere you know and who knows croatia why is that let's make sure it's joe okay can i ask you one more question here but actually women before we do you scooter x. our chat provider has given me anyway to reduce google capture noises for people using v._p._n.'s this is a reddit thread cloudflare recommends an extension if you're using chrome or using chrome is usually on my phone and tablet okay both <hes> safari yeah so chrome has a thing called privacy pass that might help <hes> <hes> that's a chrome extension i just curious some people says say that that helps when you use v._p._n. go international do you use an international server a local server <hes> local within the u._s. u._s. server okay because i could totally see if you were to different country they'd get a little confused <hes> <hes> here's okay somebody also in i've never seen this one but <hes> this is also from that reddit the threat if instead of google dot com you use google dot com slash n._c._r. n._c._o. yeah i'm i don't know what that stands for maybe no capshaw <hes> but apparently that's for using google on on v._p._n. google dot com slash n._c._r. it's still a google search so that might be useful and then finally this is all from this great reds read it could be very useful here <hes> there's another link to using a socks fox proxy that sometimes apparently reduce captures at i'll put that lincoln our show notes at tech guy labs dot com it's <hes> it's to mow vodka that dot net increased security socks five proxies to reduce v._p._n. the end capture okay so there's a few celebrities solutions so what's your other question <hes> this one is i have an old p._c. that died on the <hes> it won't fire up <hes> on that t._c._i. had <hes> the apple backup what is it a time machine no no no no no the <hes> it's a it's a windows machine but you know you put your iphone into do your i tunes in there yeah tunes okay so the old is the old p._c. i tunes are on their dots i haven't old phone that i was using old iphone iphone eight <hes> it oh so both the that's what i got a new p._c. we got new phone <hes> but i have backed up i haven't gone into i tunes with my new phones and my new p._c. because i still if i can get that old conceive running i want to get the information that was on on old phone yeah what i'm saying yes so one thing you might try it may be that hard drive has degraded appointed can't boot windows but that doesn't mean that that particular i tunes backup is corrupted you know that's just some him date on the disc of the often fail the whole thing doesn't fail just parts of it so one thing you could do is pop the open up the computer takeout the drive put it in a u._s._b. can you know external enclosure in fact what i recommend is did i tell people all the time about this from newer tech they make it something called a u._s._b. drive adapter it's like forty bucks it's it's designed to use bear drive so you wouldn't want to use it long-term but it's enough to take it all drive out of a computer put it on this adapter plug it into the the computer and see if he could see the data because you might be able to just take that i tunes backup right off and then you could use items to restore it okay i'm <hes> this was most of what you said made sense we'll put it in the show notes again newer tech is newer tech dot com any wer two e. c. h. dot com it's right on the front page it's they're kinda universal adapter for u._s._b. and it's anytime you wanna take a hard drive out of a computer wpro yeah i've never done is it a laptop or desktop it's a laptop depends on the laptop some laptops you can't some laptops you can but it's hard most laptops is just a bunch of screws on the bottom you loosen those open it up in there you'll see a laptop drive connected and you can just disconnected and use this adaptor to <hes> to read it yeah they're not they're not expensive <hes> number companies make these external adapters <hes> turns it into usb drive it does not guarantee you'd be able to read it but it but you know as i said it may just be that that hard-drive doesn't boot so the computer can't start up but it's fine where the item stuff is stored see what i'm saying what i didn't wanna put the new phone on a new tunes and then well you can you can you can do that if you can get that old <hes> restore file moved over then you can just say you set up the phone go ahead and if you can manage to get that older restore file over put it in the itunes then you could say i want to restore my phone and they'll say well i see these restore files and with any luck you'll see one of them will be the one from your old computer and you can restore it thank you thank you so much my pleasure thank you for calling that's what i'm here for eighty eight eight ask leo the phone number eight eight eight eight two seven five five three six old gear in our chairman says yeah that newer tech adapters fantastic works like charm the only downside of course and there's there's other companies that make these it's as simple thing is that you don't wanna use it all the time it's not a external in driving closure doesn't protect the electronics it's just for emergency when you just want to look at that drive there's other companies sell these and you can of course always you know for cheap by external enclosure and put it in there just that's that's a lot of work the u._s._b. drive enclosures or are very simple here's one on to this in the show notes on amazon from a._g._p. tek never heard of them looks very very similar thirteen ninety nine thirteen dollars ninety nine cents how about eight eight ask leo leo laporte the tech our take more your calls in just a little bit tech guy labs dot com <hes> so you can in the thing is different about laptop drives. They need power. That's why it's got a little power supply because laptop drives me power and then <hes> oh look at even has a little sat detail in the lied to eat or that low-power our tale so it's really set you could it's only U._S._B.. Two Point Oh I think newer tech I'm thinking tech has U._S._B.. Three point just check universal derived Abdo Yeah. That's that's okay so that might be worth paying a little more for because this is U._S._B.. Threes faster same idea looks exactly exactly same this that's cool and they also offer now silicone sleeve to put over the bear hard-drive which helps you know because otherwise when you're using this electronics are just hanging out there sitting sitting out there in the real world. That's cute so for extra eight or nine bucks you can get a little rubber sleeve to put on the thing I still wouldn't you know don't don't leave it at all the time this looks really similar to that A._G._p.. Tek as you can see. Maybe a little bit cleaner but it's more expensive. It's like three times more so your choice. It's the ultimate bear drive multi till Leo LaPorte they tank. I eighty eight eighty eight. Ask Leah back to the phones line four you gene Cartwright Oklahoma. Hello Eugene. Hey I'm well. How are you doing good? I got a couple of easy questions for you. Think you'RE GONNA be handled pretty easy but I can't seem to figure out myself okay. I have an Amazon prime account my wife and I share Amazon Prime Account and on there we have medication that we have to order order for our pet and <unk> anyway that I could get that set up to where Amazon would extend that to me every month on a regular basis. Oh I wish so here's the deal there is something on Amazon worth looking into called subscribe and save and and I use it all the time but not everything is available on Amazon subscribe and safe but that's exactly the premise of subscribe and save is their stuff you by all the time automatically and if you're lucky that pet med will be available available through subscribe and save so under go to your Amazon account and <hes> look at subscribe and save and then search for pet meds <hes> generally the stuff that you use again and again is there but it seems to me that it's it's dependent on the company that makes the product whether it'll be there I get vitamins that way. <hes> you know <hes> household goods like dishwasher detergent and clothing detergent toothpaste and stuff like that the thing is that stuff. I know I'm going to toilet paper. I'M GONNA use it a kind of regular clip and you set that up and the Nice thing about subscribe and save is you get discounts and I think this is why sometimes companies don't do it is Amazon offers five to fifteen percent discounts depending on how much you're doing it and I think one of the reasons is they can ship it all in one big box so we get a big box in the fifteenth of every month. That's subscribe and save items. I really like that so that's one way to do. There may be some sort of automation. <hes> you know that you could write a script of some kind but I would start by looking at subscribe and save. That's the official Amazon approved way of doing the problem is not everything on it. Yeah okay. I'm looking at right now. y'All at two big little deeper. Nobody knows there. I don't know I feel like Amazon's ambivalent about it. The other thing is you Kinda have to keep on it because I'll get emails from Amazon every month saying Oh you know that mouthwash. It's not subscribing safe anymore. We're taking it off and we don't have anything to replace. Replace it or whatever wow so. It's it's it's I feel like it's <hes> red-headed stepchild Amazon but it's worth it if you can find the product that you want and you know you're gonNA use it on a regular basis. <hes> subscribe like laundry detergent. I you know it's great because I get automatically you can say every month to month three months four months all the way up to six months and they'll just ship it automatically and you and the savings is is significant up to fifteen percent. I think that's a big deal. I appreciate that sounds good to go the extra savings. It'd be nice on it. Could her medication pretty expensive anyway. It is yeah yeah my next court. Go ahead. No no well my my my next question is probably going to be even easier than that. One <hes> my wife goes every now and then and reservation can do a lot of R._v.. Camping out and show call like a a camp shot somewhere like over in Arkansas wherever we go camping over there and sometimes when she makes the reservations those reservations because we hear like our google <hes> account account or email accounts and stuff and on our calendars and sometimes when she makes the email or make reservations at the campsite that <hes> can't reservations we'll show up on my google Google calendar and sometimes it don't is there something we're doing or did they can't do it probably so a well setup webpage if they have calendar says download the calendar you get it download dot I._C._S.. File which is a calendar file. If you can get nice he has file you can double click that and a launch. Your calendar programming automatically entered it but maybe they're not doing it right so it really may be specific to the <hes> campground whether their website is proper you know has has the right tools or not. Sometimes you do have to do stuff manually. I love it when it says at you know there's a button as his add the calendar if that works that's awesome puts it right on the Google calendar. Yeah I love that can do when she makes the reservation on my end yeah well yeah if okay so if you get the add to calendar button working and it launches your Google calendar and adds it she can invite you so at your name your email address your Google calendar email address in the calendar entries. They'll say invite somebody and we do this. My wife and I do this all the time. If she makes a restaurant reservation or appointment she can then invite me. It will show up on my calendar. I'll get an invitation I could accept it and that's automatic so that's that's a very nice feature but in order that for that to work that campground has to has to do the right thing getting to your Google calendar so I can't fix that okay on the campground. Yeah I think so hey I found something on Amazon. That's kind of interesting. They call recurring occurring delivery so yeah so yeah Google. This is something I did not know. See Amazon's so big stuff if you Google Amazon recurring delivery. It looks like I don't you can set up a recurring delivery with it looks like any Amazon product. It's recurring delivery at Amazon DOT COM. Maybe it's only for business but it looks like you <hes> You <hes> I don't know if it's separate from subscribing describing save but I but I see Google result so and I see a dropped on that says recurring delivery. Let me see <hes> see recurring delivery of anything. Let's see Microsoft Mouse. I run out of mice every month. Let let me see if I can get that recurring delivery. It looks like can so maybe recurring delivery will work for anything okay. Can you not that into Google recurring Amazon Amazon recurring delivery yeah. I don't know if it's GonNa work but I would try tried to subscribe and save I because that's the fifteen percent off deal and that's worth it if you can get it right okay yeah I do yeah well. I appreciate your pleasure. I never heard of this recurring delivery Amazon. They're amazing of course it's Amazon's. Amazon's goal is for you never shop anywhere ever again but Amazon right just bide from Amazon and I don't think it's always the best price or anything but sometimes just the convenience us. You said Your Amazon prime members so am I. We pay more than one hundred bucks a year for that privilege but just knowing you're going to have to day delivery. Mike case in pens where you live. I don't I don't know for work where you are but you know in car right but in in in my area Northern California can get everything tomorrow one day delivery Amazon said that's their plan and once they get that in I feel bad for the warehouse workers because those people are working hard now they have to work. You have a faster once they get. I'm think Amazon's next <hes> hill the conquers going to be same-day delivery. They're already doing that in some areas then there'd be no reason to go to Walmart go down to the brick and mortar go to target. There'd be no reason you just get it later today. Why not get it from Amazon? Bad News for brick and mortar stores Walmart's Walmart's trying to compete they really are they want. They bought a company called jet. Jet Dot com was created by a former Amazon guy who wanted to compete with Amazon. He couldn't quite do it on his own Walmart bottom for hundreds of millions of dollars. They're trying to be beat Amazon and it's game and I WANNA support him because I want you want competition. I don't WANNA put Amazon out of business but I'd like to have Amazon and some other guys doing this. So actually I put a bookmark on my browser for Walmart it remind Miami Check Walmart. Check Walmart Leo LaPorte the Tech Guy More because right after this our show today brought to you by a new advertiser very happy to have on called H. refs now this little confusing. It's spelled spelled A. H.. R. E. F. S. and if you know H._t._M._l.. You know what they're referring to the A._T._F.. Tag H REF is a great solution for anybody with a website whether you work for a big brand or run your own small business even if you do freelance work on websites getting traffic to come to your sights always challenge H._F._S. is all in one S._E._o.. Tool set the gives you really useful tools. You need to help make your site rank better in Google and it is is doable now. There's a lot of S._E._O.. 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I'm getting five box cutters for dollar ninety eight. That's a deal and you buy this stuff and then you realize that wasn't a could deal so I'm going to recommend the wire cutter Dot Com. which is they have a prime day site? They bring in their staff. It's like a war room. They're all pounding away for two days taking away what they do which is great is they compare the deals on Prime Day with actual. You know prices at other stores and tell you. Is this a good deal or not a good deal. They'll tell you what the best deals are too so don't just don't go into Prime Day on armed and by the way a mention Walmart trying to compete with Amazon Amazon is not alone now there's going to be the big save Walmart's big save sale prime days forty eight hours Walmart's Big Save Dale Day his ninety six hours four days so you probably should check their to if you're a real shopper probably starting three A._M.. Tomorrow you're going to be sitting there with your browser on three different windows firing up because target is also doing deal days Monday and Tuesday forty percent off some furniture thirty percent off small appliances and cookware deals on toys sporting goods in betting. I think this is not merely competition but they figure well. If people are online shirt searching for deals we should we should offer them. Some ebay is doing crash crash sale on Monday. Fifty percents off with free shipping Ebay says if Amazon crashes on Prime Day tomorrow will be here. That's hysterical Nordstrom. This is this is going to be this is the Middle July is going to start to be the big shopping time of the year right nordstroms going to do a two week anniversary sale. They don't start till July nineteenth. That's bad because that means you might see a great clothing deal at Amazon or Walmart and target not know if you can get better at Nordstrom I am not I am not going to participate in any of this. I'M GONNA put my head down can put him on the covers and I'm not coming out till next weekend. That's just that's it. That's final crazy. Shopping time is this I remember they used to the old days merchants trying 'cause the summertime is Dole terms for retail. They would do something they call Christmas in July remember that I guess his Christmas in July. I guess if you're shopper Eugene. We just talked to you gene. Let's go to Michael Westboro for a mass. I'm Michael Leo LaPorte Teke. Yes Hello Lille high. <hes> I'm calling because <hes> I have a question about <hes> <hes> windows seven. Yes is going to be a I supported at some point next year Yup and what I'm wondering is I know that means it won't receive updates anymore. Yes from the perspective of you know Non Tech Savvy user how what will let mean for means. It's serious. Take it seriously. It's called and to support. It's January fourteenth next year. <hes> and you remember you may remember. We made a big deal about this a couple years ago with Windows X._p.. Then then Vista I <hes> you know this happens. Microsoft will generally not support operating system more than around ten years because well. It makes sense ten years after came out it's time to they want you to upgrade. It's it's a business. It's expensive for them to keep updating so what Microsoft says is starting January fourteenth no more secure. This is the big one no more security patches so you can live without tech support. Probably you can live without you know updates to the operating system for features but the texts but the security patches the big deal because if they find a flaw if hackers say oh we figured out how we can get into your computer just from you visiting a website or opening an email Microsoft says you're rat luck so it means after January fourteenth. We'll get increasingly more dangerous to use windows seven online. We know seven will continue to work. It's not gonNA stop working but I will be increasingly recently dangerous to use it online if you didn't use it online if you use your computers a big calculator you know you wouldn't be a big deal the other problem is your for writing US yeah. You don't Microsoft word. Remember the minute you go. Oh online. It doesn't matter if you even go anywhere you're at risk because they're even are in theory viruses that can affect you. Just you know floating by on the Internet without you going anywhere so don't so if you're gonNA use a winds deserves eh machine unplug it from the Internet. Take that turn off the WI fi. Take the Ethernet plug out don't but you can use it as word processor absolutely can use spreadsheets you can use all the software browsers will be updated continue this. If it's anything like X.. P. Microsoft Ira Google Chrome will continue to be updated fire Fox will continue to be updated for a little while but even after a couple years. They'll stop updating now. Here's the good news there are lots of solutions to this. You can keep using windows seven. Just don't go online with it. There are people still still going online with Windows X._p.. It may not be the end of the world in fact there was a very serious X._p.. Flaw a couple of months ago in the remote access protocol are P._C.. And Microsoft fixed it. They deemed it so serious. They pushed it out now. The problem is most windows X._p.. Users weren't checking for updates anymore so nobody knows so but Microsoft did push out an update because they were so concerned so maybe we don't know maybe they will. It's it's a really big deal. Your other option is when you can upgrade to Windows has ten most of the time of machine runs windows seven well. If it's not more than say eight or nine years old it probably run windows ten well and <hes> you can either by a windows ten copy. It's about one hundred thirty nine bucks in many cases cases people will be able to upgrade a windows ten for free but it's so there's a number of ways to do this and it's worth probably checking. If you ever put windows ten in that machine remember they offered a free upgrade one was ten. I came out to win. The seven hundred sixty machine would handle handle window. It's an I._B._M.. ThinkPad wow that's a you might be able to get some money for that on Ebay. That's cool. A <hes> pentium are here's as well you may want a new computer and that'll certainly come with windows ten the Nice thing about this is this is the last time this is going to happen. Windows ten Microsoft says is the last version of windows and they will update it for free forever so this is the last has time you're going to have that problem. <hes> also that would be a great candidate that laptop would be a great candidate for putting Lennox on if you feel ambitious <hes> that's a free operating system that is every bit as good as windows. It's just different and so if you really comfortable with windows you might say why this is weird one point five gigs yeah that that's the main reason why you wouldn't go to Windows ten. That's very scant ram on the other hand their versions of Lennox like X. Auburn to X. U._B.. U. N. T. you that run intentionally on low slow old machines like your thinkpad so that would be a way to keep that going and those are secure. Those are up today yeah. That's another way to do it but it sounds like you're due for new computer. If you're looking for an excuse this is it okay yeah and you know you could put more ram in that computer. The problem is if it's that low ram. It's probably very very slow processor. The hard drives are slow. They're going to die soon anyway. <hes> good a computer to replace that could cost five six hundred bucks and be ten times faster so it's Kinda. That's a tough decision. I understand so upgrade in some cases you can. They're all sorts of tricks to upgrade to but it doesn't sound like that computers worth upgrading either by a new computer or put Lennox on it. That's pretty much choice. I would not recommend would not recommend <hes> AH using it windows seven honest. It's too dangerous just too dangerous. That's a night but you know what you might be able to get one hundred two hundred bucks for it on Ebay because that's a classic an IBM thinkpad. Wow you must have upgraded that didn't come with windows seven. You must have upgraded that too from it was it was upgraded. Yeah yeah so it's up to you. You know <hes> that is a very old computer. Is it feels slow. It's it's so brings up windows fairly quickly. You know yeah well yeah. If you just WANNA use it as a word processor. Just don't plug it into the Internet. I think that's a great choice does those keyboards are the greatest keyboards ever made to this day. That's what I yeah. That's what I need to understand yeah. That's why there's a market for it that those things are built like trucks. I can't it's still running. <hes> one of the question sure if if you <hes> it what when you this install a program like nothing operating system but software addition to an operating system on the computer uh-huh free up all the space on the hard-drive that that are tied does visit this completely well. That's a problem with windows <hes> so if the program installed properly it'll have an uninstall all command in theory that gets rid of ninety percent of it none of the data you created with that program. We'll be deleted so that's a big that usually is more than the program depending on the program so all of those documents files are movie files are music. Whatever is associated with it that stays and sometimes they can't get rid of everything? The registry often still contains traces of the old program but most of it'll be gone. It's just the data that's going to be occupying space. <hes> I see I see all right well. Thank you my pleasure. Thanks for calling all right. Keep listening. I WanNa thank you for joining me on the Tech Guy Show and want to thank big A._p.. We he's our musical director does a good job doesn't he. Also WanNA thank him Shafir. She is answering the phones. Does such a good job putting you on the grooming grooming you get in your Catholic in place for your parents on national radio but you know the most important part of this show is you couldn't do it without you so thank you for listening calling. Don't forget our website. Is there for you all week long with all the information you need plus audio and video idea from previous shows tech guy labs dot com. Thank you for Benton be myself line to Greg in Whittier California Leo LaPorte the Tech <music>. Thanks for taking my call my pleasure. Thanks for calling quick question I own a sport performance fitness trade center nine and all of a sudden screaming okay up by different music. I pay for spotify premium. I pay for Apple Music all of a sudden. I started getting emails and calls from B._M._i.. Oh are you familiar with B._M._i.. Ask P._M.. I sure I am so we pay. We Pay Them K._F._i.. Pays them. Our radio. syndicator pays them license fees for the music when you hear music like he just did sly in the family stone slides GonNa get Penny or two through ask kept B._M._i.. That's the licensing arm and that's a requirement. If you play music and your business it's a requirement see you're paying for spotify as a private consumer but when you play music and your business then you have to pay a different license fee for that that's why Muzak exists yeah yeah so music in the music salesman will come around. I'm sure right after you get the ascot letter now. I can't promise you it's not a scam but no this is real. Ask at B._M._i.. Is Real this is music licensing and businesses get these all the time usually get away with it. I mean I when I when I go into businesses I hear in playing Pandora all the time but exactly yes yeah but technically technically you are required license. You know <hes> we make a podcast this this radio show and we don't put the music in because even though the radio show pays the license fees that covers play on the radio but it doesn't cover distribution of the Internet and a podcast and so we would have to pay additional fees to use the music in the podcast stuff like that okay she said Muzak and then my my my next question is how would they track. How would they even know they have people have secret shoppers? Go around really yeah yeah <hes> and they may be maybe it may very well. Be We don't know remember spotify survives Pandora's survives Google play an apple music all survive at the pleasure of the music industry and one of the things music industry. I don't know but I wouldn't be surprised whether things music industry may do is say well. I need to know every business that has this plane spotify. So here's the thing yeah I mean. I don't know how they're finding out. They literally do send people around <hes>. If you Google <hes> ask gap B. M. I.. Those are the two licensing groups broadcast Music Inc that's B._M._i.. And the American Society of Composers Authors and publishers that's ask gap <hes> you'll fine page on ask APP for instance interest in playing music in my business. Do I need permission. What do I do are there are their licenses and there are services? Muzak is just one of them M. U.. Z. A. K. but that's why music exists there are services that will do this will they will give you business music <hes> and <hes> and they play the license fee but you'll have to pay for the music. It's not you know it's not as simple as pain for spotify or Pandora Stream K._F._i.. I listened to you listen to K._F._i.. I'm saying well you can listen to me. All you want thank you. I will not sure to every weekend I will not charge you and in fact they're real interesting thing is technically. I think the music a little bit of music you here on this show technically would be licensed but I think probably you're in the clear. If you're playing talk radio. It's called they call it the public performance right and okay and so you you're doing in effect public performance so I you know I would I would google this because this is legitimate there is there is a fee technically after you have to pay for this is why companies like Muzak exist to give you a rights to play music in your business. Everybody does it and so you did it for a while and you didn't get caught but the thing I'd worry about is getting a bill like well. We know you've been doing this for last sixteen years. That'll be ten thousand dollars please so I don't know I don't know exactly I'm no expert on this. <hes> consult your legal <hes> advisor or Google. The rates depend on the size a a number of people number customers how you're playing music and so forth <hes> I'm looking at an ass gap site that says the fee for restaurants and bars minimum is three hundred eighty dollars a year for a retail establishment two hundred forty six dollars a year B. B.. M. is about the same they're not the only licensing <hes> arms other cease actors G._M.. Are there's other companies as well <hes> and and and so what you might look at is something like music soundtrack is and other companies soundtrack <hes> does ask gap and B._M._i.. Licensed music for businesses there are a lot there are a lot of other choices fact sound track. Your brand brands dot com might be the place to go this is this is music designed for business as little dipper than the music <hes>. I feel like it's you know it's probably worth figuring out what you I you know. It's a few hundred bucks a year. It's really worth figuring out what you don't want. Is this big bill. You know they say well. We know you've been doing all this time. It's not a scam at least in general. I don't know if that particular emailer Mel was Lyndon Thousand Oaks California Aislinn Leo LaPorte detector there. Hey I have a Wifi that those on and off okay and I don't know why well I don't either. I can make some suggestions about my daughter if you do when you re your router does that fix it. Does it fix it. It might take three or four times. Wow Yeah so maybe you're router is worn out and it's time to get a new one that router <hes> less than a year. I got the one that you suggestions probably not worn out. It may be interference from your neighbors. People don't know Oh this about Wi fi. I didn't know it for a long time. Somebody explained to me <hes> that Wi fi is weird because as you know there's lots of other WIFI signal. Do you see your neighbors. Yeah I do and then it's been asked me which one I want to join join yours of joining us so then when I put the one that mine it says I don't have the right password. Oh well please use the right password if if you if you have a router that's try band or dual ban that lets us five G. often that will help if you use the five G. Frequency <hes> here's what's happening. Your neighbors are interfering with you. When Wi fi sees other people using a signal even your own within your own house and nowadays we all have lots of devices? It'll say oh hold on <hes>. I'm sorry I didn't see you talking and it will pause let the other command execute and then pick it up so so for instance when we do skype calls on our show and our podcast we tell people don't use wifi because it'll every once in a while hesitate use use wired but sounds like yours is just stopping failing entirely yeah a little green button <music> Wi fi. I one thing you could do you. How so if you forgot your password? How are you using it well? Sometimes I don't have to put it in. I didn't I would start over a good time to start heard over <hes> reset your router. There's a button in the back you can press and hold a reset it create set it up again new passwords and everything to see if that fixes it because that's that's another issue entirely and if it doesn't well it could be interference from your neighbors are a lot of things that could be. It's always it's complicated. Hey thank you so much for being here. I'm start. We're at a time website tech guy labs dot com. I'm at the twit podcast network all week long T._W._I._T.. Dot TV and I will be back your next week. I hope you will to Leo LaPorte the Tech Guy Emigrate well. That's it for the tech guy show for today. Thank you so much for being here and don't forget twit T._W._I._T.. It stands for this week at Tech and you find it a TWIG DOT TV including the podcast for this show. We talk about windows windows. 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"Responsibility to come together and take care of their family members. A lot of things that you experienced early on. I would have said you know this was an interesting idea but not for me i loved it and i will say that it did genuinely feel like an honor because i had a pretty decent childhood nice class family was able to go to university. I had mostly sheltered life in that sense and so all of a sudden working in this warehouse with a bunch of corpses and scraping their bones out of big industrial machines. That was a big change but it made me feel alive and opened this whole new world. And i think what's really kept me in there. Is that the combination between the physical work seeing the dead body and having those feelings towards it in the respect towards it combined with this wild history of the funeral industry and how we got to where we are today. It's almost like putting theory and practice together. Which is also what. I try to do in my writing in her book. Dodie talks about. Jessica mitford's the american way of death. A nine hundred and sixty three expose of the funeral industry that became a surprise bestseller. Unlike mitford dodie did not approach the business as a professional muckraker did not go in with any sort of journalistic background or even a background as a writer. So it wasn't like i went into it as some sort of stumped book where i was like i work at a crematory for a year. Expose what's going on behind the scenes. But when i did get in there i was like listen. This is good stuff. And all i wanted to do was tell people what i was seeing and what. I was learning so i started a private blog for only ten to twenty of my friends from from college. My parents to read and started putting these stories up as they happened. Which is amazing. In retrospect because i have a really in the moment dot com of what i was feeling. And what i was seeing there was one moment where i cremated a woman and i delivered her ashes personally to her partner of many years and he was looking very frail and i i handed the ashes over and i thought that was the last time i was going to see him and then just a few weeks later his body shows up at the crematory and all of a sudden. I am sort of this link between them. I am the one who has cremated both of their bodies and i am in a strange way intimately involved in their love story and in in the arc of their life together another key. Difference between dody and mitford wizar- end goal. Duty doesn't just want to keep the bereaved from getting ripped off as medford set out to do. She also wants to help people face their fear of death and come out the other side feeling more. Not less empowered. Here's another excerpt from smoke. Gets in your eyes in writing the american way of death jessica. Mitford wasn't trying to improve our relationship with death. She was trying to improve our relationship with the price point. That is where she went wrong. It was death that the public was being cheated out of by the funeral industry not money. The realistic interaction with death. And the chance to face. Our own mortality. So you do talk about an early experience in your life that seems to have been format of which is witnessing a death when you were very young in a mall. Yeah so. I was eight years old and i was at my local mall in hawaii. Which is where i'm from. And it was one of those big open. Air malls the really tall two story situation and there was a very young child that fell the second story balcony and hit the ground below and i saw it happen and it really was very difficult for me because i think i was at just the right age to take in the reality of death and kind of fall apart around it and one of the things that made it so hard is i did not feel like i could talk to anyone about it and my parents are amazing and loving and generous and my friends are great but at the time because of my culture or because i felt it was too dangerous i did not feel comfortable talking about it and so i kept it all inside and it really made me very afraid for a very long time and develop some obsessive compulsive rituals around it trying to control my death anxiety and i was able to move past that and become a very functional adult but i do think my work that i still do today and maybe even my drive to get a job at a crematory when i was twenty two comes from a desire to six my childhood but also make sure that can i do my little part to change how we see death and how we see dead bodies in our culture to help other young people or adults for that matter not be so afraid and not live with that underlying terror about death do you think that this underlying terror is something that's unique to you talk a little bit about the american puritanical origins and all of that or do you think that it's something that is more global. Don't think that there's any culture where death is. Just no big deal and frankly anyone who tells me i don't worry about death it's not a big deal to me i. I don't trust them. There's something amiss there. I think that we do have a somewhat genetically programmed fear of death because it is so profoundly unknown. But i can also believe that we radically pathology is it in american culture specifically the fact that we feel the need to chemically preserve each body and put that body in a six thousand dollars steel casket that sealed with a rubber gasket and put that casket in a big concrete vault bunker underground so no dirt or decomposition may come anywhere near it that kind of layers of fear wrapped around the body. I do think is uniquely. American and of course has an effect on how death is perceived by the general population. Does this also go back to the civil war or do you think that this has deeper roots in terms of being uniquely american. It's definitely from the civil war. But it's also from the idea of american individualism. One of the most interesting things about american death and funerals isn't even embalming although that's our greatest hit it's the fact that we are one of the few countries including most other industrialized countries that do not reuse grapes. Most other places you're leasing a gravesite. It's like you're leasing an apartment. You're not buying a forever home. It's just your place that you can decompose for fifteen years or thirty years and then they remove your bones and they put the bones in a central location or they move you down and put someone else on top of you. But in america we have the idea that our graves are going to be are super special graves forever and ever which kind of goes to the old trope of being able to learn a lot about a culture through how it treats its dead after the break dodie is going to tell us some of the tricks of the trade morticians used to make corpses look like they're just sleeping peacefully under the is are these spiked plastic. I caps that catch on the back of the eyelid. And keep the i closed. And we're going to get into some of the bigger questions. The funeral industry must deal with. How do you maintain someone's humanity. Even when they've died what does that even mean and is the meaning constant from person to person and culture culture. It's an exciting time to be in-depth because our opportunity to die better has almost never been higher. I'm maria kondakova. Today we're talking with mortician author. Caitlin dodie about her first book smoke gets in your eyes which was published in twenty fourteen when doty was thirty. The book chronicles her first. Few years working in the funeral industry and in particular working at a crematory in oakland california. One thing that struck me as i read was just how artificial the whole process of making a corpse. Look natural actually is. I was fortunate enough that my first job wasn't particularly focused on embalming this was not the old school traditional funeral. Home that you think of. With grandmother in the lilac suit in polyester with the silken sheets around her and all the flowers was a little more utilitarian the not but even then we still had to prepare the dead body to close the mouth you either so the jaw together internally in through the nose or you have this thing called the needle injector where you shoot a little barbed wire into the top gums and bottom gums and then tie the jaw together with wire and those are just the simple things that we do to not make. The person have their eyes open or their mouth open. Because we've come to a place in death where the family can't even see that it's not that my argument here was like just show them even if they're bleeding just roll out the body and show 'em although i don't know i actually do think that to be honest. I think that families can handle that especially if you give them a lot of space to ask questions and be involved. It's their own mother. It's their own husband. They're not horrified by whatever happens to their mother if they feel like they're a part of a dhoti rates vividly about the reality of the dead body. What she sees is not what we see. When we look into an open casket untreated. a dead. person's face looks horrific least by are very narrow cultural expectations there. Droopy open is cloud over in a vacant stare their mouth stretch wide like Munch's the scream. The color drains from their faces. These images reflect the normal biological processes of death. But they're not what a family wants to see. As part of their price lists funeral homes generally charge anywhere from seventy five to five hundred dollars for setting the features that is how corpses come to look peaceful natural and at rest. If all of these tricks failed and the eyes or mouth still insisted on falling open there was always the secret weapon superglue. We used those little green tubes of liquid magic for everything so someone has died. And i call you up and i say you know grandma is done. So who are the different people. What were the different roles. So when you call there would be someone who is a removal driver. Who's main job. It is to come remove the body from wherever they died. That could be the hospital. That could be your own home. That person comes to pick the person up and they bring them into the crematory but sometimes that person is not alone. Correct on home removals. There would need to be two people so if we're going into someone's home you can't be alone and dropped the body down the stairs. That's not a good look for your funeral home. So if we're going to an institutional removal like ospital. You could just bring one person but if you're going into someone's home you would need to people also because sometimes the body is like in a lazy boy recliner or sometimes. The body is next to the toilet. What situation. you're walking into so it would be brought back to the crematory and at that point your funeral director would be in contact with the family to do all of the bureaucracy and this is actually a big part of the funeral job. Getting the death certificate filed and getting all of the government filed and once that all goes through we get something called a barrel transit permit and that's what allows us to actually cremate the body at that point. He gets put on the schedule and he gets picked up by me. The crematory operator and he goes into the cremation machine. And the cremation is about a two hour process about an hour and a half for the actual cremation process to take place where the full human body is burned down to. Essentially it's inorganic bone fragments. And then about a half an hour to cool down because their bones are to molten when it first ends. And then you pull out those bones you take them over to a machine called the kremlin later which is essentially a large bone blender and that words the bones up into the fine sandy consistency that we associate with cremated remains that can be scattered that can be put into an urn matt can be buried and we put those into a little plastic temporary earn and then at that point. We call the family when we tell them that they're available to come pick up at the funeral home in a large corporate funeral home. You generally do various specific job. You're just the funeral arranger. You're just the crematory operator. You're just a removal driver. But because i worked at the smaller family owned facility got to do it all. Sorry for the Lately morbid question but did you have a favorite part favourite role. This sounds a little cheesy but my favorite role was thinking about these exact issues that we're talking about now and all the different parts of the job would inspire me to have these thoughts so just the moment of polling a cremated body out of the machine and the skull is still partially intact and it crumbles in my hand because the inorganic bone. Fragments are so brutal. And to see this. you know. Sort of a tube rudolph's crumble in my hands. Like where does that put me in the whole history of people who have taken care of the dead. What does this mean historically. What does this mean culturally. What is the future of death. There was probably the most intellectually delightful time of my life and contrast this with moments where you had human remains on you. You have this scene which made me want to close the book just for a second and take a step back where you get new floors in your crematory machine yes. The retort of creation machine is basically a brick chamber and over time. The floor gets away as you're scraping the bones out at the end of the process and so that creates natural. Bits in the floor where during the cremation process fat which being burned off has a moment to pool there for a second but when you put in brand new floors and they are completely slick and completely flat. There was nowhere for this one. Poor woman's fat to go so it started sliding out the front of the machine into my horrified lap basically then luckily my boss was there and somehow just kept a calm head and turn things off and switched it up allowed the cremation to keep going. But i don't think that's in contrast to these moments of insight and wonder because that's wild in of itself. That's a wild human moment. That never happened to me again. Hasn't happened anyone else. I know i'm one of the few people. I know that had hot fat human fat poured into my lap. Such gory details. Make for perfect party banter. But that's far from the only way around complacency. There's also the quieter approach. One that comes from beauty rather than discussed so tell us a little bit about the ash scattering boats. How common that is. And just i mean to me. That seems so beautiful. Absolutely if your family you can hire someone to take you out on a boat and sometimes you get the right captain. He knows how to go at sunset when there are dolphins and it's just so charismatic and beautiful. I can see why people are drawn to that especially if they live in southern california where my funeral home is but also if you're a crematory you have ashes that may be. Nobody picks up for a long period of time. Or you have people just say. Hey you know. I live in ohio but my brother loved the ocean. and since i paid for his cremation. I'm gonna pay you to go out and scatter him for me and sometimes that happens with you. Know twenty people at once or twenty sets of ashes. At once whom i think. It's quite lovely and quite communal. So one of the things that i didn't realize possible. When you talk through the cremation process is that it's actually an option to witness this absolutely most families end up coming in and they walk up to the casket. We're grandma is in the kind of awkwardly tapper on the ham and then back away and sit down maybe they sing a hymn. That's their involvement in the funeral process. And that's what you wanna do. That's fine but be aware that you have many more options. And one of those options is a witness cremation and what that is. Is you come in and usually have you know about half an hour or so to spend with the person before the cremation. You can hang out. You can help them get dressed. You can put on mom's favorite lipstick you can put on some of her jewellery. You can write notes and leave them under her hand to be cremated with her and then you walk back into the crematory with us and the door opens on the machine and you and your family can help push the body into the machine and then pushed the button to close the door and start the process. It also takes away. Some of the fear that people have around cremation of. Is that really mom. She goes back to this mysterious place and then we get her hashes. It gives that opportunity to be fully aware and pull the veil back and see what's really happening and feel more comfortable with it. I think that sense of transparency is important as dhoti notes in the book. People are naturally distrustful of crematory operators. It's a leap of faith. After all to accept that the dustin an earn was actually wants. Your grandfather or favorite aunt and there is an occasion reason to be suspicious if you want to hear about some shady mass pet cremations. Listen to freakonomics. Radio episode one forty to the troubled cremation of st the cat. This gets a little gory but what he did is he had a vet implant each dead animal with the tracking material titanium dioxide when a lab analyzed the cremades for the tracking material. Three of the eight samples weren't right even when the proceedings are technically above board. People can still feel like they're being deceived like the reality in front of them isn't the one they'd signed up or paid for. You have a moment in your book where you go from professional detachment to something very personal when someone close to you dies. this is. My grandmother's death grew up right down the road from her pretty close and she had preplanned her funeral. She had pre-paid for it with a mortuary in hawaii and a mortuary that was owned by very large corporation. And we go in and my thing pretty even after working in the industry just a couple years is the family takes care of the person they come in they witnessed the cremation there there. You don't do a lot of intervention with the body you don't embalm the body and even with me sitting there as at this point almost an expert on how to say no to these things. They were really working on me. They were saying. Are you sure you already paid. For the embalming we can just in bomber. It's not a big deal. Are you sure you don't want us to do this to hurry. Sure you want us to do this to her. And they were adding on all of these things. And i almost couldn't stop them and i knew all the language and i knew all the tricks and even when we got to the actual viewing her body had pretty garish lipstick on it and she looked really different then the pictures that my mother had sent within a couple hours after she had died where she looked like an older woman who was dead but she looked perfect. She looked wonderful and now she looked like she had been worked on in a lot of ways. And that's part of the funeral system. That i am part of and it's part of the funeral system that i'm trying to reform. So how do you do that. First of all you can know that it is a hundred percent. You're right not to bomb. You don't have to choose cremation. You don't have to choose burial. you don't have to choose an expensive casket. you don't have to choose makeup. You don't have to choose a particular type of dress or particular type of ceremony you as a family absolutely have the right to make the choices that work for you. You should spend more money than you're comfortable spending and sometimes it is helpful to have someone on your side who knows these things that is not the wife or is not the child and isn't in the deepest grief in the moment because that can be the person who's the advocate who's there to call around and ask about pricing and ask these transparency questions. If you're willing to be that person to somebody that you care about it's worth its weight in gold. So we've talked about a few different cremation options. But those aren't your only options right. There are lots and lots of different burial options. It's not just casket or cremation. It's hard to say this. But it's an exciting time to be in-depth because our opportunity for reform and to die better has almost never been higher. There's a lot of transition happening right now. A lot of new green death options to. It's kind of this combination of old and new old in the sense of people saying okay. We don't need to embalm. Maybe we'll just have a very simple ceremony with the body at home and so that's kind of the return to the old. But then with the new we have techniques aqua- mation which is basically a water cremation which is high heat. Water dissolving the body. Similar to the way flame would with cremation and the end product is very much the same. Just ashes that you can scatter or keep keeping an urn on your mantlepiece. And then we have things like recomposition. Which is human composting taking humans and putting them through air and wood chips breaking their body directly down to soil. And you know open air pyres like the one in crestone colorado. These are innovations that are uniquely american. Not open air pyres. That's of course an ancient tradition and then we have natural burial which is just a symbol hole in the ground that you're shrouded body goes in. And it's the burial we've been doing for thousands of years and just allowing the body to decompose into the soil without the embalming in the casket and the vault and all the layers around it. So what would you choose for yourself and has that choice changed over time. Well my current desire is to be eaten by animals. Unfortunately that is not legal yet. Unless i wanna go to a body farmer a human decomposition facility where they lay me out to study me. But perhaps by the time i die being eaten by vultures. I think that i would just want very simple natural burial. I call it corpse ground whole dump just a nice little hole a place for me to go in and let my adam's be useful. My body is not precious. It's organic material. It's part of the natural world. And that's where i want to return. We're living through a moment that i don't think any adult in the united states has lived through before where were in the midst of a pandemic and there was a period early on where they're actually were bodies piling up. Yeah and americans. Were not ready for that right. Whereas in fact. I take some issue with our funeral industry response to coronavirus but in this unprecedented time in a pandemic it's actually very positive that they brought in refrigerated trucks that they had a place for the dead bodies to go. And that was the real big difference between what happened in nineteen eighteen with that pandemic and the one now we did not have refrigeration back in nineteen eighteen so the fact that we could now keep our bodies refrigerated slowdown that decomposition. Wait until you know the time would come that. We needed them to be disposed of buried or cremated. That was a real gift and a real shift. And i think that funeral directors are actually handling everything quite well. Here's another excerpt from doty's book. Smoke gets in your eyes though. You may never have attended a funeral. Two of the world's humans die every second eight in the time. It took you to hear that sentence. Now we're at fourteen. If this is to abstract considered this number two point five million the two point five million people who die in the united states every year the dead space this process out nicely so that the living hardly even notice. They're undergoing transformation we'd probably pay more attention if no one died all year then. On december thirty first the entire population of chicago suddenly dropped dead. Or houston. Or las vegas and detroit put together remember doty published this book in twenty fourteen even before the pandemic the number of us deaths had risen to around two point seven million per year and there will be even more than usual in two thousand and twenty not just an additional few hundred thousand from covid nineteen last year. There were also more deaths than typical from causes like cancer diabetes and alzheimer's disease. So there's a theme in your book that made me think about corona virus and we're dealing with right now which is that. There's this myth that bodies have to leave the house within a certain very short period of time and otherwise you can get contaminated and you can get sick. Yeah death is not an emergency. Someone is going to be dead an hour from now and they're going to be dead five hours from now and they're going to be dead five days from now and that's one of the things that the funeral industry kind of get a family on is the idea of emergency and the idea of funeral industry intervention being entirely necessary and shrieking in and taking the body away right away so i encourage people to slow down someone dies and as far as the dead body being safe it is almost universally safe and i say almost because there are a few caveats ebola being one of them bird-flu being another one covid nineteen. There was some confusion at the beginning where there was possibly dangerous. We now think that there is probably no danger with a covid nineteen body at all the living people around the person who's died that probably by far far more infectious. But that's still to be determined but if your mother died of cancer if she died of heart failure if she died of all the things that people die of there's absolutely nothing dangerous about her dead body and she does not need to be treated with gloves and has met suits and she does not need to be treated immediately. no she's not instantly decomposing either. So that's also what i mean about. Slow down just take the time if mom dies at home. She has ovarian cancer and she dies on hospice in the house. You have to call anyone for twenty four hours for forty eight hours. You can take all the time you need to make the right decisions about when you're ready to let her go when things shift for you and you feel like it's time do people want to come visit her. Do you want to just have the funeral there at home rather than paying a private business to facilitate it for you. All of those options are on the table. Here's a passage from smoke. Gets in your eyes. In which dodie describes the author of a nineteen ninety-three memoir called coffin. Man the journal of a buddhist mortician shimin oak and undertaker in japan described being ridiculed by society for his job washing and casting the dead. His family disowned him and his wife wouldn't sleep with him because he was defiled by corpses. So i'll keep purchased a surgical robe mask and gloves and began showing up to homes dressed in full medical garb. People began responding differently. They bought the image. He was selling and called him doctor. The american undertaker had done something similar by making themselves medical. They became legitimate. You don't have to go to medical school or even mortuary squall to become a funeral director. But after her first job at the crematory dodie enrolled at the cyprus college of mortuary science which surprised me. Why did you decide that you wanted to go to mortuary school. I was a two main reasons. I i wanted to have the full experience of being a funeral. Director in america and part of that experience is going to mortuary school and seeing what they're teaching. And secondly i knew within the first year that the job i was going to be doing was this and by this i mean trying to reform the funeral industry and being a public advocate for reform and the funeral industry and i knew that one of the things that would get me taken seriously is to have all of my credentials in place. I knew that if i did not have a mortuary science degree it would be very easy for the older gentleman in the funeral industry to say she doesn't know what she's talking about. She never even went to mortuary school and surprise. They still say that all the time. They just have a little bit less of a leg to stand on. Because i did actually go to mortar school. Caitlyn you went to mortuary school for the same reason. I got my psychology. There you go so the those old men could not say what in the world are you talking about. And they still say it and they still say. There's conspiracies that i never actually graduated for mortuary school. There's like a show me the long form birth certificate version of my mortuary school degree. You talk a little bit about bodies that are used for science and donated to science and how they don't always end up the way that one might think. Yeah when i talk about lower cost options for death. I get a lotta people saying. Why isn't your main recommendation scientific donation and the reason that it's not is because there are a lot of complicated issues that come with donation for example you can sign up to have your body donated and they can reject you. They can say she's a little too old she's a little too heavy. She had the wrong kind of disease. We actually don't want her anymore. And then all of a sudden you're left having to figure out her cremation or burial at the last minute and then the other reason is if you are donating through a private company. You don't have really that much control as to what happens to mom and maybe that's totally fine with mom. Mom is the type of person that says. i don't care. just throw me out. Use me how they want you get a free cremation you ago in that case wonderful. That's a perfect fit. But if mom thinks she's going to cure cancer and they actually use her for ballistic missile testing ord for war and military techniques. Plastic surgery practice there all sorts of things they use these bodies for that may not align with your values so i'm not against scientific donation. All just think people should do their research before making that decision. So you know. In the last year a lot of people who hadn't experienced death or hadn't been anticipating it have had to deal with it. So do you have any advice for how to deal with that how to express sympathy to a friend. Who's gone through that. What do you say what do you do when you were talking to someone who lost a family member to covid. Don't say oh. It's just like when my dad died. I totally know how you feel because you probably don't because this is pretty unprecedented so it might be a lot more appropriate to say something just like. I have no idea how you're handling us. I am so sorry. This must be difficult for you in so many specific ways. That other people can't understand and i can't understand it. I just want you to know how. Sorry i am and how much i feel for you and because you maybe can't even really go see them right now. Send them something nice. That shows that you're thinking of them. Have some food delivered to them. There's going to be this whole year's worth of people that kind of get lost in a way like their deaths and the experience of their death gets lost socially so six months from now a year from now when nobody's talking about the pandemic anymore knock on wood that's the time to continue to check in with them and say hey. I thought about your dad the other day. I'm still thinking about you because people go away. After the first couple weeks when someone dies ours maurienne die. Were instruction manuals. That taught christians how to die the good death repenting mortal sins and allowing the soul to ascend to heaven this view of death as an art or practice rather than an emotionless biological process can be tremendously empowering for me. The good death includes being prepared to die with my affairs. In order the good and bad messages delivered that need delivering. The good death means dying. While i still have my mind sharp and aware it also means dying without having to endure large amounts of suffering and pain. The good death means accepting death as inevitable and not fighting it when the time comes. This is my good death but as legendary psychotherapist. Carl young said. It won't help to hear what i think about death. Your relationship to mortality is your own so talk to me about where we are right now and where you would like us to be and how we get there in terms of the death industry and how we run funeral homes and crematories and how we run the entire process. We're in a better place than we were ten years ago. The thing that is interesting about the care is that reform is so close and would be so easy like there. Are these huge. 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I think he wants to play as long as you can. I know i know he wants to get to another super bowl for certain big if he plays as long as i think you would like to play ilagan. It's cracking welcome to episode one. Sixty one of the jerome podcast really happier here this week. The streak of nfl legend swinging through the long form side hustle continues. My guest is the one and only charles woodson. I say one and only because he is the one and only dude to win a super bowl win. A heisman. House thirteen defensive. Td's in launch a wine and whisky company as well and if that weren't enough. Man is a finalist for the hall of fame. Class of twenty twenty. One as you can tell. I've got a ton to get to charles woodson. So let's do this thing right now episode one sixty one coming right at you charles. It has been a while it is so good to get caught up in chop it up with you just a bit i ask you how are you and yours doing during this extremely unusual and unprecedented time. Bring me up to date. How's your life. You know what. I can't really complain them you know. It has been unusual times. You know but You know being here in. Florida and Then with my family and you know kind of being able to even do throughout the then be able to get outside and kinda just roam around our neighborhood you know we. We haven't complained about much man. So i'm not gonna do it. You know i know There's a lot of things a lot of people whose lives have been upended and You know i'm not gonna sit here and complain about anything. I know there are a lot of people who are going through way. Worse than you know what i'm doing this during this whole thing so We're doing okay could hear it. It certainly is true too. It's a really challenging time. Now you've got a lot going on right now. Let me start right here. You were named a pro football fame finalist in your first year of eligibility. Listen you've achieved on every single level of the game mr football in the state of ohio. Big ten freshman of the year. Ncaa defensive player of the year heisman. Trophy nfl defensive player of the year. Eight time all pro super bowl champ and obviously the next step charles would be canton. I don't think i'm gonna go out on a limb. When i sam feeling pretty good about your chances but what would it mean to you to get that call next week and get that yellow blazer man it would be the ultimate Gentleman i mean you named all of the things that i've been able to accomplish from an individual standpoint of course from a team standpoint But this would be like this. Would actually you know. Close the book you know on a career and you know what would say is that you know each and every year each and every week that i went out and played the game of football on any level you know i went out there and and left it all out on the field and made enough of an impression On the people that i played against my teammates and and people who are watching me on television or dame enough that i could be you know in that conversation to be a first ballot hall of famer so you know. I feel like i've done my job. You know what i mean and so now it's up to you. Know it was up to the voters you know two boatmen or not man but all i can say it would be the ultimate you know to be able to put on the go jack right. It's out of your hands right now. You've done everything you could to make that decision easy for them. I think it's going pretty well. You know when you look at this thing you've had so many amazing moments in your career but it is super bowl week when you look back on of these finance or some of your final moments does anything at all. Compare to winning a super bowl. No because you know we always talk about you. Know the nfl being the ultimate sport And that's that's that's exactly right. you know. In my opinion you know you look at these guys that are in the super bowl right now. You know it takes you know eleven guys on offense defense and eleven guys go out on special teams to get you to this moment and you know you gotta go through a grueling sixteen game schedule fight your way through the playoffs to get to the super bowl man and it's so hard to get there you know everybody doesn't get a chance to get there and went and they understand how hard it is so it is it is. There's nothing you know better than to be able to say at the end of the season that you are the best team you know in the nfl. You know you get a chance to took the course that the bardi trophy up as the champion the ultimate because it is the ultimate team sport man. So i know these guys you know. Can you know both teams. You know Kansas city went last year. And you know brady's went when it six times so he's been there before but you've got some guys you know they haven't been there and You know. I know those guys are explaining what this moment actually means because once you're a champion man you're a champion forever. You know you. Charles had two shots at it. You one one and you didn't win one curious to one you won like the way you lay that out. There's so much that goes into it. It's so grueling over the course of any given year to get to that spot and then you suffered the worst possible break. The worst possible time a broken collarbone in the first half of a super bowl like given the price that you pay to get there. What goes through your mind when you realized man. I cannot rejoin the battle with my brothers in the super bowl. How emotional was that moment. And how'd you process that. Yeah that would that would certainly emotional because anybody who's been around me and my career you know that if i had the way that i could get back get back out there on the field you know whether i had to take a shot or you know whatever i was going to get back down field so it was tough not to be able to finish the game. You know with my brothers. But i was on my guys that are in my position In my deepest back room. I was hoping i made enough of an impression that can help those guys and some kind of way finish today and i think that happens so you know whether or not i was you know actually in between the white lines and playing the game to finish it out i feel like my presence was felt man and and and actually in saying that i did. Finish the game so Regardless you know the guys went out there man got it done. And i was able to hold up that bardy after the game man which was very very special moment charles. I wonder about that like you. Got to hold lombardi up and he got back out there like when you consider the sweat equity. That goes into it. How badly you want it. How much it means to you when you actually get that feeling and you hold that trophy up to match your expectation in other words. Did it live up to the hype. What's it feel like to be the best in the world man ain't no question man Maybe talking about myself you know having been to you know i was there in two thousand two was as you know with the raiders and we had a great great team You know the heck's tasting you to the super bowl i mean. Hey you know you got the same players coming back for the most part you're gonna make it back the next year and it took me several years to get back to it and you know so. We're going into that game. I remember you know having my speech you know to the team. You know that that we got to the championship. Damn it was like hey man for the next two weeks man we gotta be gotta be one one nine man purpose so one goal in mind going into this game and i meant every bit of it and i told those guys you know when you're going to get back you know what i mean. I don't know how you. How long are you gonna play. I was forcing ended up to play a long time and to be able to get back to one. But you never know when or if you'll get back to a super bowl man. Let's take advantage and let's go out and win it and you know that that that meant everything man to just have the opportunity to get back and then you know like you said be able to hoisted at the end and say hey you ought to best team in the nfl. That was it lived up to all of the high trust. It's taxis and and not people are alike and no to tax returns or like either you know this thankfully. Turbo tax live has experienced tax experts. Who are ready to listen to you. 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When did you look at this guy. I mean really. Look at this guy and thing man. This dude is different. This dude is special. When did you first have that thought about him. I just take probably after he won multiple. You know super super bowl. I mean you think when they won the first one you know he's just just coming in and of course you're excited for you know. He's an old teammate. So while got it. I super bowl is great but when you look at you know their first super bowl and the second one it was a lot of attention that was paid you know on the deep inside of the ball and a lot of people say oh well you know it wasn't about him was about the defense then when you look at it man all he did was just keep climbing and climbing the ladder man and you know then he gets to the point you know he has a little then you run with another three more and you just you kinda look back over it and you start going through the steps in this career and you reflect on all of it just amazed at the fact that one you know. He's forty three years old. Still out there slinging it but you just mentioned to to be a part of ten super bowls you know having won six Is is that never never be done again. In my opinion you know especially In this day and age with guys switching teams and the whole night. But i just. I don't think it's one particular moment man i just think it's the totality of career and then actually seeing him leave the team that he played for for twenty years and go to another team with a new system. New head coach No off season really everything was done. Virtually for the most part you know for a large part of the series preseason and then he gets his team and they just do the throughout the course of the season kinda. I think buy into what he was bringing to the two so man. I think you know when you look at what he did in new england. You're amazed but then now you look at where he's at with with with the bucks and then you're just if you could say re amazed at what he's doing so i mean just happy for a man happy that he got a chance to to leave new england and going so people and he does have a great impact on team. That's the truth isn't it. I mean it's like bruce arians said it's one man like one man was able to change the culture of the building. It's it's an amazing thing. Now charles the next raider fan. That i meet that has gotten over. The tuck rule play is going to be the first you of course middle that thing man. You hit brady. Who forced the fumble. How long did it take you to reconcile or process or move beyond that call or maybe is there a part of you. That still hasn't the miatas. Jim out How do you reconcile something that every year. The playoffs star anniversary of cook rice. All right. I don't know how i don't know how member able to heal is like you know there's a scab you have on your leg and you know finally starting to heal and then all of a sudden you find down and really back open. It's like jeeze every year anniversary. Come so so you know for me. I feel like you know what i was wondering the toughest moments you know in my career. Of course 'cause like you said. I was right in the middle of the play. Then raider nation. You know feeling like you know. We all got robbed in that situation. It's a hard one to get over. And i don't think really i think there's there's probably a small part of you know each and every one of us that still hasn't gotten over it but at the same time you know i can't really complain as far as you know how things worked out you know. As a player you know myself and playing being able to play eighteen years in the nfl. I did finally win the super bowl and like you mentioned the player of the year and all of these other accolades so i don't dwell on it But you know sometimes that wound is open back up now. I understand that. And i appreciate the candor to response and then chose yet. It's such an amazing run in green bay such a great great running green bay. You're going to go down as an all time packer grade. But they certainly weren't your first choice at the time right in fact if we're being real did you even initially want to be there at all in the beginning. Green bay was never my radar. Never know once you know even even put out. You know the idea that you know. I was thinking about going to green bay. You know had conversations with my agent and You know we talked about several other teams tampa was at the top of the list Initially because of the fact. That grueling was their general manager bruce allen had down there. I just thought man naturally they would bring me in. I'm grueling first. pick in oakland. You know i'm like i. I was almost a certain that i was going to be. You know a tampa bay buccaneer and you know all of a sudden option I remember telling my agent that i wanted to talk to jacksonville. I mentioned this. A couple of back at jacksonville was very high on my list. Because gonna decent some pieces that they had and i thought that would have been a natural fit for myself to go out there and play opposite mathis and you know they had some study of front Could you know flat out. Get after a passer and stop the run. So i was. I was i was like man. Okay not in mix definitely jacksonville and then they went another route and then here comes green bay kind of out of nowhere you know enquiring about me and call them agent and i'm like you know car call posted. It was asian man. We haven't even talked about green bay like why why you keep approach me about green bay and You know they were. They were consistent. I know there was one other guy was they were looking at in. Free agency was lavar. Arrington and I forget what kind of happened with his situation. But you know they stayed up to me and next thing you know man. I signed the green bay. And like you said man helluva running in green bay hell of a run. It's amazing how things work out. Aaron rodgers charles. One set of you quote. I think he's the most talented guy i have ever played with end of quote. I'm curious what's it like to hear that particular praise from that particular guy and player. I mean it means a lot man because especially you know the type of player that they has become in a lot of respect for air. And i know where he's coming from the started his career where he is now and no to be honest. Man when you're out there on the field and you know you're working you don't really you know understand like who's really paying attention and so you know he's he's got his own deal he's trying to start you know. Then he gets the job. And he's the quarterback of the green bay packers franchise and got own deal to worry about offense his his relationship with mike mccarthy and he's got a whole lot of other things going on you know so you know for him to actually you know during that time period be watching the as i went through my career there my seven years in green bay and to have that opinion 'cause we have we ask them out there on our team. That means a lot to no doubt. It's it's such a ruthless business right. Even for the very best to the best. Like joe montana did not screw the niners. Tom brady is documented. Screw with the patriots. Brett farve did not end his career at the packers. How do you think this plays out for earning green bay. Is your lawn the outside looking in. How do you think that's going to end. But they're gonna end up just like all. Those great ones ronald say you know a-rod ever got is ready to give the game up. You know within the next two years. I think he wants to play as long as we can. I know i know he wants to get to another super bowl for certain You know because you know other talking. How great he is a quarterback. But when you look at no other guys around him some of his contemporaries. No rothlisberger has to allied to. Brady's got six payton head to You know sitting there at one. I'm sure he Definitely wants to get you know another super bowl And so. I think you know for him. He's he's going to be just like all those great ones he's gonna play. Maybe you know two years in green bay that he's gonna have to go somewhere else and play it happens. Autographs is like nobody is exempt from that happening. Just because you were a player to a certain team. I mean brand far. You mentioned joe montana and look at brady guess the prime example just recently you know who who would have thought he'd leave new england and be done in tampa bay florida. Nobody ever thought that you know So i think if he plays As long as i think he would like to play. he'll end up at an on another geez man. I think you're so right. Do you want improve your health. But you're not exactly sure where to start with thousands of health strategies available identifying which one works for. Your body is tough to do. I get that according bed. Pro the key to seeing results is to master your metabolism and metro. Your metabolism is not a mystery. It's a data point armed with hard. 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Tom brady and to himself man. Look at the support. He has with tampa. They essentially gave him whatever he wanted. And he earned that right. He's the goat but he's got to say in almost everything that goes on if he says. Hey i want gronk. They get gronk once a he gets. Ab errands got to be looking at that right and thinking himself the grass has got to be greener. Look what this guy did because he took that big step for. And i you know mentioned this the other day that when you look at the season Of course. I'm know you probably want them to drive you. Know had a slew of receivers in the draft. Sure he probably went one or two one win. Those guys didn't get it at draft a quarterback and so didn't have didn't drive someone who is going to help that team immediately Right now and sure it at this point thinking you know okay I'm on the quarterback. Here but i made a little say as well you know. Let let me let me be a part of you know the decision making process. Far as you know who were looking at in free agency you know what guys were looking at a drafty other. Otherwise you know you're gonna have you know you're gonna have a disgruntled guy especially makes you think this year. He just went out and played understanding that you know you drafted a guy. But he ain't better than me So i'm not worried about taking my job going forward you kinda look at you know the way. The game was You know play the other day. You look at the weapons that radiohead had. Even though some of those guys are out. He still had those guys. Throughout the seasons. They were loaded with weapons on the side of the ball. So i know. Aaron wants those guys to go all out you know on the inside of the ball and bring whoever they can to help him right now and i would almost guarantee that he would want to be a part of that decision. Making process in green bay doesn't do that. You will have a disgruntled players in in in the packers. And i think that i mean in in And rodgers and then. I think that you know speeds up his process of you know trying to get out of there and get to another trust. I think you hit on something. That's really really interesting. You know that he should be involved. The process like you have shawn watson and the team had told him you will be involved in the process. Then they did not involve him the process and now he may not be in the best way. Where do you come out on this. When you have a franchise quarterback is this a matter of where players play coaches coach. Or if you have guys like that you better involve them in the process. Should they be involved. Yeah i i think you know guys of you know aaron's caliber You know brady you know you talk about the shawn watson where he where he is in his career i mean wouldn't these guys have some say so i mean look who's in the super bowl right now and look at the quarterback situation that they have you got mahomes and you got. Tom brady and the home is going to be in the same situation as a player Why not bring those guys in. And say hey. This is what we're looking at. You know as far as out especially as far as our offense is concerned and then looking at data side of the ball. You know what the defense made me to help their defense inside of the ball and helping you know those guys be styled on defense and getting the field on third down so that you get the ball back but when it comes to receivers running backs office of lime in why. Why wouldn't you bring your franchise quarterback in there who you expect to lead you. You know to the super bowl you know. Get you deep in the playoffs and winter super bowl. Why wouldn't they gotta be a part of the decision making process. And i'm not saying you gotta let him make your picks but why not let them. Have you know some say so as far as who comes on a team. So i i gotta believe man that you know. Mark murphy Those guys they're in the building Good ludicrous and You know those guys together we sit down and say hey you know we gotta gotta bring a ride in man. We've gotta talk to them that we gotta make him a part of the decision making process Like i said otherwise. He's going to be a disgruntled quarterback much different than what he was this year. They should just play relaxed having fun. But you don't you don't bring them in and don't that the decisions. I think you'll have an upset. All hell yes absolutely. He should be involved in the process. I mean i posed the question to get your thoughts. And i really appreciate them. But why wouldn't you. Why wouldn't you. In fact i'd go one better. I'll make sure if he's unhappy. They should make it right. They should ask him exactly what he needs what he wants take his input and then maximize asset. Of course i mean. Why wouldn't you know charles. You used to come on the show early in your career my shows when you were with the raiders. I'm curious what was it like back in the day on any given day any number of former raider crates which show up the facility. I'm talking willie brown fred bulletin caccia motto. What was it like. And what was apart or was like a part of that particular brotherhood and that was awesome You know i grew up. You know you call You know some of the raiders games late because they were you know on the west coast so I mean growing up. I'd heard a names. Like of course tim brown and and You know bo jackson but you didn't. We didn't really see a whole lot of you know where from But you but you knew of me you know of course knew about al davis You know by the silver and black. But then getting you know to oakland. And probably the first person that i that i really had any reporter with willie brown late great willie brown and of course. He was a constant in the building. He helped out with the. Db's i got there. But then you start to learn about all these guys man. Freddie believing cough how long jim auto worked in the building Trying to think cliff man. Clip brands miss clinton branch man. We had all of these guys man always buzzing around the building and it wasn't a day that went by that that one of these guys wasn't around and you and you just understood you know what that place was was all about and you know you always say once a raider always a raider. That really meant something you know to. To the raiders and the former players that played their you know they were always welcome to come back to the facilities and they were around Remember you know. Every year you know freddie being with get up in front of the team and talk we. Brian would talk and You know i remember. It'd be would always is one thing was. Hey if you want you know everybody in nfl and around this country to talk about what you guys are doing you got or not talking about what we did in the past you gotta go out there and win and that always stuck with me you know it was like hey you gotta go out there and make your own thank you. So they'll keep talking about the former grace that played here so we always had those guys around the building and it just made it fun and you know to hear those guys talk to them. You know the really bound was always telling those stories about how it was when he played man had the locker rooms. Were and you know smoking under the bleachers. On the way and the halftime you think they did back in the day man but it it was great man having those guys around. That's incredible willie. Brown was such a class act man. What a great player. What a classy guy. Charles you guys going under the stadium to burn some marlboros. It half time. Are you kidding me. Like i know their own school when they get fucked up and doing shots to be crazy was that man. I mean it could be. It could be a full blown party. You know in the locker room and then they'd go back out like nothing ever happened. You know it was unreal man some of the stuff that they said that they were doing. You know back in the day and stuff like right now. You know you'd probably look down on the guy he was doing any of this. What what what are you doing man. You're not taking care of your body. It was a totally different era. You know than it is right now man but again you know those guys went out there man and they grind it and they left it all out there but they lived hard to judge. I mean you've got the patriot way and then you've got the right away. And they did and they went hard. They worked hard. They partied hard. Listen speaking of alcohol. You've got your own wine label intercept. Obviously you have a great passion for the process a great passion for the product and brady himself saying recently. How a guy from fremont ohio got so into wine. I have no idea. Tell me how did you get so into wine. And what grabs your attention initially about it. Man whoa you know big big props in the thanks to the oakland raiders. Nafta drafting me. in nineteen ninety. Eight and the raiders. Training camp was in Napa valley as you know. So you know. I got involved in interested in wine just by proximity just by being in napa valley every year during training camp and i know i love with wine country now and i just talked and this is something that i wanna be a part of long term and so i created my first naval which is twenty four by charles woodson and then now the intercept labels that you know about right now so to intercept man. What we all. Can we offer full arrivals man we may. We have our pino head blend and also the cabinets and what we did manage blue created the lineup. That was a high quality wine but an affordable price man so everything is line priced at about nineteen ninety nine and you know just premium great And we are right now. We have national distribution jim. So we're like forty five safe working on uh off fifty stays by mid twenty twenty one and i really been remarkable you know even with you know Limit going on all of last year man. People still support it you know. People wanted to drink their wine so very proud of where incentives come. And when we're going man we're gonna be doing big things. What are we want when we're craving protein or we need more energy not bars notch agree snacks not energy drinks. Man we want beef pure and simple. So where's the beef. It's in a package of trapper. Beef jerky or trapper is not your old. Man's jerky shriveled. Dry tasteless old trapper. Beef jerky is made from lean strips of stake in quality spices. Their smoked over a real wood fire. 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We also had a rehearsal dinner at in a cave. pine ridge. Listen how do i get to that spot. If you're talking to a novice person who doesn't really know that much about wine but wants to learn. Where did they start. What's the process for beginning. And i you know what. I think you just gotta try. I think you you know because When i first started drinking wine you know only knew about was merlot. So i just i would love and that's really all i all i would do And then i kinda opened up and started drinking nelson cabernet and other things. But i think that you know for most people I think if you started out with something that was know on the white side you know. Start out with the reasoning Something that has you know. Sweetness with the dry wind Maybe step up. Dan to a chardonnay. That might have a little oak to it a little body and then on the side i think i would start out with Walk you know. Usually those are pretty lightbody winds very easy to drink. And then you work yourself up to your Your alone yes rising. And you're capping names. You know those those winds that are a little bit heavy. So i think it's all about trial by fire. Man can get in there and you try a little bit a little bit there until you find your palate in what you like all right so it makes sense to me now talking. We'll block them in the day. You created a wine monster and that guy. He's got some great stories about how you got him into it. On top of that shows you also have your own bourbon now. Obviously a totally different process in wine. I'm curious why did you want get to that as well. And how do you drink yours person about. I drink my you know i. I like to to take on the flavors of burdens. And i know some people. Don't feel like if you have a little ice and a little special water opens it up But for me. I don't need that. I don't mind water dot at all so i i drink my niece but you know just throughout my journey of Drinking wine and going to a bunch of wine dinners and then you know after the line. Then you kinda step until you're after dinner drinks you know then. I saw the At some point some of the bourbon man and then i fell in love with bourbon son in love with the fact that bourbon is high corn. So it does have a little seating It could be you know. High alcohol can have a little heat to it. But you know. I like the second did have a little bit of that too And so i decided you know what. I wanna kinda have The beginning to the end you know. I wanna have some to start with the white white wine move onto your reds and then you're after dinner drink moving to the bourbon. That's why i decided to go with wissembourg burger with love that. Let's go ask you this like i. I was always a clear liquor guy in fact for the better part of two decades. I don't drink during the week. But i like a cocktail on friday and saturday. I was a gen guy for the longest time when nobody was drinking. Gm for whatever reason. I was just all about that. But then when i could no longer do that and started tearing me up a little bit charles. I moved onto vodka before i ventured into quila and then finally now in my fifth decade. I'm becoming a scotch guy. I don't know that much about it. But i got my first tutorial at a high end liquor store and the guy said to me. You gotta i decide. Are you a single malt guy or do you prefer a blind. I tried both. I happen to like the single ball much better myself. Where do you come out or is that just the wrong question to ask the wrong question to ask. I think that Everybody everybody's gonna have their preference. Everybody kinda has their Different taste buds. I mean to me. It's kinda like i think you kinda sampled around and figure out. What is you know that you like So it just for instance you know mine are style. Seventy four twenty one ryan and nine weight and so We are eighty proof forty percent alcohol and so it's not as heavy on the Alcohol side but we still get a little bit of spice with the ryan their little around sweetness with the corner of the week so It just kind of depends on what you like but it is. It's all about you know just trying different things and the one thing i do like about bourbon is that it is american. It's what we do. You know it's going to be called burdens. Gotta be one of the same core and then go from there. Gotta be under percent aged in american Charge you know that that was my presence. Does yours may be a little bit. Didn't mind they have different. Rules with the scots Over there across the water. We have our rules over here. All right so certainly back then. You talked about distribution if people listening right now would like to sample either the wine and or the bourbon. What is the best way for them to do. 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I think that is to me. I think it goes to have a bay. That'd be lines fear. Paul checked their speed that they have and linebackers the baby white. I think those guys are going to put the pressure on Mahomes think he's going to have much time to throw the ball. I know he has been dealing with a little bit of a toe injury. You know that kind of limits. The mobility mobility a little bit. Not not totally but a little bit And i think they're gonna make it. Tough warm gotta believe that tampa bay at the first time. They played them that. Hey we got eliminate the big place in the big eliminate a big place make Kansas city go along route. You know the field long drive and not giving up touchdowns maybe maybe field goal here there. Then they can win the game because look tampa. Bay has weapons. They have match probably on their side of the ball. His with evans Tonio brown is supposed to be back. got him. Miller is kind of an x factor So i think with the injury to the office of line in your way to the line playing and me believing that game plan why these sensibly not letting guys get over the top. I'm gonna take the old man in this. I see working all right. It's a tremendous batch up a tremendous match up no matter why trump and i know you've got a big phone call. I believe you've got a phone call coming up right around the time that game as well and it is so so good to get caught up with you charles. I appreciate you. I appreciate all the time and really nice. Debut on this podcast. Thanks so much for doing that. For heavy oh man. Good to hear from nancy. Credit card offer cashback but only discover matches. All the cash. Back you've earned at the end of your first year. 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And we thank you for tuning. In on this saturday the thirteenth day of february yes friday the thirteenth felon the saturday this month. It is the forty fourth day of twenty twenty one three hundred twenty one days remaining in the year jesse james and his gang committed the first armed bank robbery in us history during peacetime in liberty missouri on this date in eighteen sixty six in eight hundred ninety nine tallahassee florida recording. It's all time coldest temperature of minus two degrees two degrees below zero in new york city. S cap the american society of composers publishers established to protect the copyrighted musical compositions of its members back in one thousand nine hundred fourteen in one thousand nine hundred twenty. The negro nationally formed in one thousand nine hundred ninety five a jury in flemington new jersey found bruno hofmann guilty of the nineteen thirty two kidnapping and murder of the lindbergh baby. The son of charles. Lindbergh in nineteen seventy-one backed by american and artillery support. South vietnamese troops invaded laos on this date in one thousand nine hundred seventy. Two greece opened on broadway and in the movies cabaret was released in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy four soviet dissident alexander soul to nielsen stripped of his soviet citizenship and departed from russia. In this interview he spoke up democracy for his homeland democrats. I say that democracy is not at all. But what i did say there is a decline in the will and in the self confidence purpose of the vehicle is to inspire them inspire. There will make their will more confident more firm now in one thousand nine hundred ninety. His soviet citizenship was restored in one thousand nine hundred ninety four. He returned to russia with his wife. Natalia who'd become a us citizen. He passed away of heart. Failure in two thousand eight. A fire erupted in the world trade center in new york city on this date. In one thousand nine seventy five in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. A bomb exploded in a refuse truck outside the hilton hotel in sydney australia. Killing two garbage collectors and a policeman the intense february thirteenth hundred seventy nine windstorm struck western washington and sunk a one half mile long section of the hood canal bridge in one thousand nine hundred ninety one. Two laser guided smart bombs destroyed a bunker in baghdad. The bunker being used as a military communication outpost and unknown to allied forces shelter for iraqi civilians in nineteen ninety-seven tuneup and repair work on the hubble. Space telescope was started by astronauts from the space shuttle discovery. It was twenty one years ago today. The last original peanuts comicstrip appeared in newspapers. It was one day after charles. Schulz died an earthquake measuring six point. Six on the richter scale hit el salvador on this date in two thousand one killing at least four hundred it really and truly is horrific. If you see the conditions that these people are in and to have this sort of fear put in them. Again is a very debilitating thing i know right now. The red cross is looking for more people to come in to be able to help with mental health issues. Just getting people you know trying to think positively and realize that things may be okay and in two thousand four. The harvard smithsonian center for astrophysics announced the discovery of the universe's largest known diamond white dwarf star astronomers name this star lucy after the beatles song lucy in the sky with diamonds passing away on this date in history composer. Richard wagner soprano lily. Pons actor david janssen best known as the original star of the fugitive actor. Martin balsam musician waylon jennings and pro bowler. Dick weber man whom i admired greatly. I thought he was just an a magnificent bowler born on this date in history harry. Truman's wife best. Truman former first lady painter grant wood musician. Tennessee ernie ford. The man who for six fifty six years coached grambling university. Eddie robinson pilot and nasa official chuck yeager who died just last year at the age of ninety seven. The mcguire sisters. Dorothy mcguire actor. Oliver reed peter tork of the monkeys born on this date game. Show host geoff edwards wonderful an amazing personality and musician king. Floyd this is the birthday number eight for actors. Kim novak george. Seagal turns eighty-seven the star of the sequels of walking tall. He also made his mark in tv. Show called here come. The brides bo svenson eighty years of aids from greece. And the west wing. stockard channing. Look at me. i'm sandra dee. A seventy seven years old today. Stockard channing Jerry springer seventy seven today genesis. Peter gabriel is seventy one actor singer. David not sixty nine his big the disco hit making it. Play that on the radio. You can believe it. That tells you how old i am. And how long ago was that. I was a disc jockey. Denise austin famed fitness expert sixty four years age today musician. Henry rollins is sixty and from nash bridges and aero kelly who is fifty three though some of the people who celebrate the thirteenth day february birthday. And this is your birthday happy and from sixty eight years ago. Today february thirteenth thousand nine hundred fifty eight frontier town all trails lead to trouble. That's up next on this saturday edition of classic radio theatre. Maybe you've heard about medishare and you know what it is. It's the affordable health insurance. But you've wondered. Can i really save a significant amount of money on my monthly healthcare bills. The answer is an emphatic. yes you can. You can save a lot of money whether it's just for you or for an entire family meta share has an option for you. 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And that's why our president is elected by a college of electors to protect the rights of little state like delaware and wyoming against giants like new york and california after all our country is a republic. The united states of america not the united state are states are independent sovereign powers who created the federal government. Not the other way around. And that's why all power ultimately lies in we the people and the state's not as central dictatorship of cronies. Did you know that. Thank god for the. Us constitution out more. How are amazing constitution and bill of rights protect us. The citizens against power craves politicians in washington. Help us take back. America go to our american rights dot com brought to you by the american media. I wish i knew. More about bruce cells who produced this show he he and apparently one other show the most prominent other show that he produced apart from frontier. Town was the adventures of frank race now in frontier town for the first twenty seven episodes jeff chandler stars using the name text chandler and god knows y and then he is replaced by another prominent actor read handley who was probably better known as his role as red ryder on the red ryder series in the forties. He the same thing happened over in the adventures of frank race or tom collins played frank grayson the first twenty two episodes and then it was handed off to paul doobov. Now y you. Did this happen half. I don't know maybe he produced the first set of episodes at one sitting and then he couldn't get another actor for the other. I don't know all i know is that of the series both both frontier town and the adventures of frank. Grace are pretty good shows But we have here frontier town this episode originally broadcast february third nineteen fifty three. It's entitled the story of the beef contract or as we have it and they mentioned identify it in the show. All trails lead to trouble here. On classic radio theater town. The saga of the roaring list here el paso array tombstones. Here is the adventure story of the early west team than the young. The pinkus the powder river dodd city the poker. These are the towns. They fought him and live to fight. Four teeming crucibles of pioneer freedom chow jet remington frontier. Lawyer no town. Lloyd doesn't get too many cases those he does get usually pay slowly if at all. And that's one reason why. I have my so-called up over those delivery statements which are owned by an x medicine man. Cherokee o'bannon what i'm getting at. Is this after the run of broken down and nonpaying clients. I've had it was a real pleasure. When dave buckley and his mother from over in the painted horse country came to see me along with lieutenant. Colonel hobby supply office of all the united states kooks in our territory even cherokee was impressed. You might a few questions very personal question. No not at all about them. What is it all that braid on your sleeves. Genuine go no no. I'm not even if it were cherokee. You couldn't snip off to buy a bottle of conduct our disappointing very different pointing. And now what did you say we get down to business i Gather you have a contract. Won't be look over that right. Dave well yet chad maybe markets more about how entire nations understood. I'd do it then. The last twenty odd years to learn something from what. I can see pretty good job market. In fact that's what anyone is expected out here from a member of my family deed. I i met mon. Dave here wasn't born the grasshopper he was the gallon jug of something some meter sell for six best five cents back on your turn the bottle. I'm not ashamed of it is bored. Children are as a woman's gotta do anything. You served done wellness as buckley or else. We wouldn't be here now but not meaning inquisitive but would someone be good enough to tell me. Just what the nature of this contract is. You want me to look over well. Along and short of it's just this chatted we're entering into a contract with the army to supply them with beef and the contract runs three years. Great providing brushes alright prices more than fair chance. We got no complain at all in the only catch no blasted contract is money will lose. If we don't deliver the cavs voice normal mall. The government usually put some forfeiture clause in any contract gover non-delivery is scheduling the contract. How many heavy is supposed to be liberals what times as opposed to deliver thousand once and then fifth ahead every two weeks for the remainder of the three years is big business. Where you're hoping to get all that cattleman. Oh that's the job. Starting him out in business they sale here with the first thousand head. Get the cattle. Chen got that pretty well. Range now with mas help. Of course all right. I guess you've been let me have the contract remington. It's in group fan pursuing legal document. Ma tell me one thing you still got that recipe for that. Wild panther juiced up who refer vague. You tell you what do you been. What's the mom trade. You my recipe for drinking liquor if you give me your recipe for that rattlesnake or i am. You're asking the impossible. I got that recipe linden on my sacred pledge never to read feelings known indian by sitting bull of course because at formula is ninety five percent wool. And if you have the misfortune to drink with your spend the next week thank what about that. Contract in iraq. Certainly seems to be they've set. I must warn you that if you failed to meet any of these live dates not only does the contract expire you. Four for ten thousand dollars. Ten thousand dollars of a lot of. We're the worrying about that chad. We can't raise it. That'll be something. Franco sam to worry about. Moore is a funny thing as much as a loyal do to protect his client. There are so many factors which not written on paper and blow a contract hiring and in the case of mine they buckley. I soon learned. There was one fact. Nobody could afford them not more in a week. After the contract with the army had been signed in my office dave buckley was out rounding up cattle suddenly saw something which caused into rakish spreads over his ponies planks income racing home. Pull that are you know. Get out to you david. Pack rat get done boot. Talk this awful course is riding up over ball here. What do you think. I shaw coming through. That passed below. How should i know what you saw sheep. That's what i saw sheet. Thousands of the filthy great critter sheep coming here. They must be coming in here. The head right. This way need coming in here. They got no right to pay their she through cattle country. What can we do. It is open rain well. It's going to be closed thin. We're going to close at whatever shotgun rifle and six. We can lay in ma ma. We can't we can't take the law and hand mccain. We got the law on our hands right now. He's up there. Dan blessed contract. We signed with the army. And that's all to them. She'd come through here. Need off our feet. We lose everything we got everything. I've worked on useful. will you do what for me. Sending a telegram the chad remington it. I'm not going to be shut down or see my neighbor shutdown just because of a lot of no good double dealing scheepers. Hey harrow compare you call on right. I called you out payroll. I'm taking my horse and ride over that hill. I wanna have a look at valley. That's on the other side of it. We'll send you a broiling. I have seen bank for many times. Greater places grass motorola hot. Sure i know now that we're this close. I want to see it myself. You in avars sheep. Moving understands you know. I think it is better if you do. Not joe yourself. This ranch hombres cheap. I know my rights look up to at their land government land and we don't have to take nothing for many cattle ranches. See but maybe problem link that to that. I look harold. My sheep are gonna feed and painted horse valley even if we have to turn that green grass red with blood of orga to it and it didn't have gone. Don't ask no maybe grad A on the way you're talking you'll have painted horse valley up in arms and a range. War started before sunol. You'd doggone dad blame night. I will not mangy sheep. Herders driving sheep across mile and chat for just eight the grass it would be bad enough but jeep half sharp hooves dig up. The routes look take years before it grows again. Chad something we can do without going for our guns. Your neighbors be like your mother does dave. I'm afraid not but if you'll give me a chance to go out and talk to the man all sheep. We'll just the possibility we might be able to come to terms. Not a good talking. It's going to do ma my thirty years. You said to get to the point you're at today now. You're almost uneasy stick with a contract with a government if you start flying off the handle and throw and lead with you know what i mean. The only reason. I worked at tower. So i could leave us something when i'm not here. No more all you'll leave davey if you try shooting it out. Probably memory of his mother dog gonnit. Let me go out and talk to this man. Just once gonna have no going back in forth going back and forth miss cheaper to fellow me. Name is brawling woolly brawling. They call and they say he's got a flock four thousand sheep. He's driven clear from arkansas. Come on cherokee with see. If we can chew the fat with mr brawling maybe pulled the buckley's fat out of the fire at the same time. I want your advice about my sheep. Bremerton alaska vert sheep's long before the time you were just wet behind the ears. You don't say if you tried driving these sheep. You got here in the painted horse valley. You won't do much more drive and believe you me. I know my right no and be hang a lot of good. Your rights are going to do do you when when the cattlemen starr blasted guns in. Your face wouldn't be trying to threaten me now. We don't have to threaten your brain your head. You're on right. If i got in my head why you wrong like it loud. Well in the fist fights. I guess are better than the gun fights although i imagine those are a little more difficult to deal with sound effects perspective frontier town starring jeff chandler from sixty eight years ago february thirteenth nineteen fifty three. I'm wyatt cox and we have the news from sixty eight years ago today. Coming up next when classic. Radio theatre continues. Hey we get it. You don't wanna be hearing a progressive commercial right now. So let me tell you something you do wanna hear. You are powerful. You are a warrior who bays in your enemies tears. Then you step out of that refreshing. 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Notices will be handed out next monday to about two thousand employees of the opposite price stabilization. He fact march fifteenth freehill. Send another package of control. Orders may be expected within a few days secretary of state. John foster dulles said last night western european nations must move promptly toward unity or risk peril beyond america's power to save them in a radio and tv reports of the american people on these recent survey trip to the continent dulles expressed hope that the next few weeks being concrete evidence of progress toward approving the six-nation european defense community treaty. This calls for a common army to defend against russia. Secretary of agriculture benson has stirred up a hornet's nest of democratic criticism on capitol hill. I telling farmers they should depend more upon themselves. Then upon government subsidies in the future shocking and an insult to the farmers was the way senator murray. The democrat of montana. Reacted yesterday to the speech. Made by benton in saint paul minnesota thursday night senator maybank. The democrat of south carolina said benson showed a lack of common sense and shaping farm policies and demanded he be summoned before the senate banking committee which handles farm price support legislation. Federal indictment involving the smuggling of twenty five thousand dollars worth of small arms to mexico returned in dallas yesterday against the famous texas rifle sharpshooter and eleven other men thurman randall. Dallas businessman among twelve citizens of the country and mexico indicted. Now sixty two. He holds many metals one in world. Rifle competition and richmond. Virginia ice cream merchant yesterday. Total up the last of three thousand five hundred fifty two free cones of ice cream. Which would have cost one hundred seventy seven dollars. He's given three small boys during the past year. The us senate of cg winston won the right to as many cones as they could eat when their father nabbed a hold up man a year ago was he tried to rob the ice cream parlor on the manager. James gregory gave stevens seven. Kevin kenneth five and cg winston junior nine a fifty dollar defense mon- half a gallon of ice cream a week and the free cone oppor by the hold up. Man snatched only fifteen dollars and that was recovered. In those some of the day's top news stories is reported in the newspapers friday february thirteenth. Nineteen fifty-three on your radio frontier town. Which continues now on classic radio theatre running back up on you know mark You should have thought of that before you through. That sneak punch brownie. Came out here to try to help you not to make trouble. I got oil painting. Are you klein. Help me if you can risk losing four thousand sheep at your business. I'd like to save you. The loss save the cattleman from getting hurt and actually say the sheep. Is anybody with even one brain in ahead knows it. A few sheep a good for rain country park for good splitter flock in small bunches and beat them through the country lightly. Nobody'd be heard you could send somebody sheep into painted horse valley. Few more through valhalla. And so on if you did. I don't think even the onerous cattleman body you'd think they'd really be willing to let my sheet through calman. Don't want trouble. They'll cooperate with it. Okay i'll i'll put them up you making sense and if you don't mind obama an are going to go back. Declaration is a good news. Come on your. let's be getting up. Steam growing congratulations. You're a gentleman brand herald was what you want. I want you and the other boards. Keep an eye on a flock. I'm right up to flagging higher. And every gun. Hand i can find. I can't get enough there. I'm going to gallup and santa fe and albuquerque. Need what you do that. 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Jack many and we present a birthday edition of the jack benny program from his birthday. This one goes back to february fourteenth. Nine thousand nine hundred thirty seven eighty four years ago as jack turned forty now was it. His thirty ninth. Fortieth birthday wasn't anyway. We will have jack. Benny on on our sunday edition of classic radio theatre but right now. The conclusion of frontier town starring jeff chandler. And it's getting ugly from sixty eight years ago february thirteenth fifty three well not knowing. Then what willie brawling planned. I went back to the buckley's nasr von dave to see if they could arrange a meeting of all the ranchers in the vicinity figuring. It could get them all together in one side. Have a fair to midland chance of convincing them of what i thought i'd convinced the sheep. Man on of course was reluctant to waste anytime collaborate. And she termed it but she finally gave her in. A meeting was arranged for the following afternoon. Meeting was chad. Vamos churchhill president. The local cattlemen's association right boys don't work quiet down amos admit that i asked him to come here at my son but enough enough. Make no bargains but no prejudice for me. What was the idea calling this here. Because i know sheepherder nine now. Don't say things behind folks. Mac chance said he wanted to put his proposition up. All of your will give him the chance now that you've heard him. I'm telling you how you got no right to do this. I've got an instant contractors like you has you you've got plenty of rights davey and is your mother. Got the right to turn you over my knee and walk the daylights out talking about things. You don't know neighbors range. It's up to us to keep it if anyone tries to run any sheep across it we dove gone. Well there be out there. Proven other words more. You're insisting that the public land's yours exclusively how can you be so shortsighted. Don't you see if you persist in this ridiculous and selfish notion you'll live regret regretted if you live at all any revving. You're out of order now. You get off the platform and sit out. I've seen selfish precipitate range wars before but this time by glory it's gonna be stuck. It's all i've got to say somehow or other. This has got to stop a. You're all commit suicide cherokee. Let's get out it. Was you who brought remington up here now by. Golly it's you who's going to have to get rid of it. No one's going to interfere with us. Let them run our land. Since you and dave brought remington up here you better get your heads together. Quick get rid of him. I don't know about that aims. And you done well. Better know about that mall buckley or we'll run you and your son out of this valley right along with them. She right boys. That's all this meeting standard journ. Well i certainly talked tough new positive. But you can take it from me. It was sheer bluff. How anyone could those stockmen from layton angel battle with the sheep producer. Something even a cow town lawyer. I didn't know however my pessimism changed optimism later that afternoon young day buckley. Rostov me out and told me mom wanted to see me out at their places evening. It certainly sounded as if the old matriarch was either gonna capitulate or compromised somehow or other but knowing that no cases one until the jury's back in the courtroom my son cherokee heels over let it on a narrow and like man i had the proverbial big meal the merchants and drovers hotel before riding out from is somewhat mysterious meeting with my buckling. Moon was a thin golden scimitar in the skies. I pulled up at the ranch house. It was a perfect evening except for the ninth smeller sequel knowing on is wrong with you dave. Actually if i'm not welcome you're not particularly month minded. Didn't expect you to freeze that wanted. Dave now your mother will. It's a different story. I don't mean it that way. Chad mas back marchesi. Here don't stand. There's money remind you change your mind. Sit down chad. Chad chad chad days. A dark in here when. It's you light. A lamp of we got our reasons. Ain't got other reasons right enough. Prince believes is this cheap ma wing hit could have heard real bad into him. No good piece stove would never done any more to ahead been raised a lump on. What are we going to do with them. Now i'm up. That's what you're going to be sore when he comes to put our you win. How manner of. Pulitzer baby painted horse. Values are hold eight with chad remington. Likes it or not. We're going to protect it Nice people might clients but knowing my buckley how hard she worked all the days how much she wanted to leave something to dave. So he wouldn't have to go through the agony grief which is marked. Her life can't be too busy. Although at the time. I was bitter almost to the point new hatred. Maybe as marceta pieces stove would never did any permanent harm but it laid me out cold for hours while i was still vaguely lifting around on some distant cloud cherokee returned from the era on able to locate me headed from town out to the puck. Place found us talk head off his this long on three yard down someone coming from minor but where mondeo button. Who's that who's zach me turkey. O'bannon what are you doing that. This time of night o'bannon might ask you to the same question but the time out looking for ten whereas now chad why we know where he is an appointment auditor. Place at ten o'clock didn't he he. Yeah yeah sure but stay on ten minutes city mall. it was ten minutes too long. It's a good thing. We run into you. Ben xavier long ride back to town now. There's not much as well. They're armed to the teeth. Barry's you bannon. I wouldn't ask him any questions. I have blazers iway. Dry know what. You're up to fight all done to save you your brian to start a fight with them. Cheap men. aren't you need to smell for your own. Good obin own you coming along with us just a minute. Take his grandma. Get it away. I'm not that mush and medicine man right. You don't let go that road. David called blessed. Watch better without shooting up. It's better that freely adventure out in the barn chance tied up in all covered with. Hey come on churchill and the others. that'd be waiting force. We're gonna catch him sheet nap and we're going to have to do it before sunup while all this was happening i finally came back to life. Trust like a turkey and covered with. Hey buckley's i couldn't figure out any way getting loose until ribbon around found i. I could make my fingers reach some matches in my pocket. I guess they got the idea from something. I'd read but i figured if i could strike a match or tune hold the flame under my ropes. I could burn them loose. I managed to get hold of three matches. I struck one. Held it just under my left wrist and the next thing. I knew that hey was on fire smart lawyer. Hey trust up like a suckling pig on a barbecue and just about as hot thrash around tried everything. I could only thing. I succeeded in doing with reading the blamed goose cook. And so was i when the door open and cherokee rush being here turkey. Get up at boeing for you. Come on i'm tied up. You're almost earned up. Come on we gotta get outta here cherokee if you're sure to what you think you saw we're in for all that were important. Because those polygraph down tree barricade of the past made a blessed out of the valley grief cherry have started from the number of gun flashes got outnumbered five to one he on their board. Keep owner. jerry. Look okay someone coming riding away from that you could really prove churchill. The man ran you media. He's off on the air. Mike men shot already. And i was going to get some help. And they must outnumber us tend to one fan. I got here. They got who got here. The united states. Army who i said cherokee over to see the current learning early this afternoon a motor oil is beef. They've got an interesting valley to come on boys Chad i guess is no way rightly ten. You know what we done to you after all you've done for us just so long as you learned your lesson west. The open range does not belong to you. I think most mozzano sneaked out through the whole that she bullet through our and during got my backup now. metal may. Dr abandoned prescribe goes be genuine turkey and rattlesnake oil. Taking just before me just so happens. That i have a bottle with me and i'll be very happy cellular reduced prize. Genuine bargain cash for that. Hogwash i know but i'll tell you what i do so happens that i just have one bottle of that stuff. I used to make let stuff on your tip time. What's happened to you cherokee. Turn down a deal like that. I'll tell you. Chad drank stuff. The beastie mount like an fino join expect us to believe that one. Jerry axiom possible impossible. What's impossible of on a redskin. Imbibing some red eye and turning pale. Why even a school kid knows the answer to that. One is old copybook. maximum to ribs. Don't make away. A town's dying techs and featuring wade brasby production story direction by paul franklin music written and played by ivan ditmars with us again. Same time next week for another fine action adventure story with your favorite young western star tex chamber. Now this bill forman telling you that bronze here town came to you. Rahm hollywood there you have it from february thirteenth nineteen fifty-three frontier town here on this saturday. Edition of classic radio theatre. 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Dentistry bob crosby and yours truly ladies and gentlemen tonight jacked than he does another television. Y'all but meanwhile let's go out to jags home in beverly hills. Where even as you and i rochester is filling out his income tax. Let's see name rochester. Van jones occupation butler chauffeur cook gardener. Ballot masseur window washer and author of what to do in your spare time. See exemptions married and your wife or husband had no income or this is a joint return of husband and wife list wife or husband again. If mary than your wife or husband had no income or this is a joint return of husband and wife list y husband. Yup that's what it says. What the form says on the sam said then. Well what. I'm single and have no wide husband. See under your total wages hollow rochester. What are you doing. I'm going out my income tax. Mr bennett certainly is complicated. All i'll help you with that if you'd like. I sure would all right. Let's see the form all rochester. Look at all the occupation listed. You don't work that hard. I don't know. I got housemaid's me. Clear up to the hip point aged spread takes over as if you want me to help you pay attention. Let's see your income. What is your income. Last year to certainly put down the salary i pay. You cannot ready reading. Y i want to know. I'm blushing mind. Now for the next question list any extra money you received as gratuities gifts are bonuses from your employer love rochester finisher income tax. Sign it and mail it in a can. I'm going down to my ball to get some money. I owe frankie ramle ten dollars. What for all of the silly thing. I bet him that he couldn't go a whole day without taking a drink of liquor anyone. Yeah just my luck. He sat on a rusty nail and got lockjaw. I'll be back in a few minutes. Rochester dark in here here. Come my alligators. i don't see a sick last. We hope that veterinarian sent down made them feel better irving jeez fatter than ever come to think of it. I remember the veterinarian going down. But i don't remember him coming up. Oh well if. I get a bill. I'll know he's all right. Well here's the ball. All who goes their friend or foale friend. What's the password you can take it with you. Oh you mr vani. Yeah how you feeling. Oh i'm fine today. But yesterday i had a terrible right really. Yeah it was just awful. I woke up. And i. I couldn't see a thing. Gee what did you do. I cut my hair. Oh well i need some money at. I'll have to open the safe. let's see. what are you kneeling down for. Where you're going to hit me over the head. Aren't you know no that won't be necessary. Let's see the combination is right to forty five left of sixty back. Fifteen then left to one ten there. Say add the alarm. Sound a little weaker than usual. Tell you a minute. I'm counting the dead gophers. Let's see here's a ten dollar bill that'll take care of family. I'm taking mary to romanoff's for dinner tomorrow. So i better take another five dollars. I'll take six. I might want to well. I better be going so long in by mr benny. Drop me a postcard now. And then. Sometimes it gets lonesome they add. How long have you been down here. Oh it's been years and years. I guess i sort of lost track. Well that we can figure it out Remember the day. You brought me down here. It was your birthday. You were thirty eight. She's been that long. Well ed you can't stay down here forever. Have you ever thought of going up. As i have when my time comes. And gabriel blow. No no no not not that far up. I mean just upstairs upstairs. Oh mr. Benny are teasing. Not been down here for years and years and years and just for a little vacation. I'm gonna take you up with me right now. A shell take my musket. That won't be necessary. I'll let's go ed. Follow me all right. Careful and what happened. You forgotten chain me. Oh there there we are. Now let's go this dance here coming ahead. Yeah but i'm getting dizzy. I hope my nose doesn't bleed. you'll be all right. Well here we are in the library. Ou wha what's the matter. Something hurts my eyes. all you'll get used to it. It's the light from this lamp here. Lamp yes you see. All the light comes from this. Little bulb is filled with electrcity. O it's ben still flying that kite no no. You don't understand it. I'll explain to you later right now. I want you to meet rochester. Orion chester you like amid. He works for me too. Oh when did you bring him up. No no no he stays. He stays up here all the time. I'll just playing the windows in the boss. You found the gasman. Don't be silly. this is ed. He's the one who's been guarding my evolve. Glad to know you and i do. You don't have to curtsey rochester. Ed may be hungry. Take him in the kitchen and show them the refrigerator. Who re refrigerator. That's something new. And i don't care if i like it i'll eat it. You don't eat the refrigerator. You eat the things inside you see. It's a place to store things like ham cheese steaks. Caviar and turkey is that is rochester. You learn something new every day. Toby plenty of your only confusing ed. It's hard enough to explain. I'll get the door. You take it in the kitchen. Get something to eat coming coming. And i don come on in okay command fellows. Oh you brought the sportsman with hello boys. Sick of that done don. I meant to call you. We're not having rehearsal until tomorrow. I heard about a jack but the boys prepared very beautiful number for the show and they'd like it here right now. They're going out of town for a few days on business now known all. The boys took their wives fishing at lake mead last week and they're going back there again. Yeah i wish. I could go. What are they going to fish for. The tanner's wife. She fell out of the boat wednesday. Oh by all means. Let's hear them. Saying i mean she must be awfully tired treading water. Go ahead boy mad. I'm tired of dreaming. Same old time. 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Where's that he's in your bedroom lying down. He's exhausted exhausted. Yeah i guess. I showed him too much for the for one day. What you show them. The esquire calendar. Well maybe the rest will do him. Good after all must be quite a three depending on my goodness. I said he's in trouble. Come on what manner horrible looking man. Get him outta here. Get him outta here. What man right over there her. Please please make him go. Hey i'll i'll turn the mirror around. Now look at your a bundle of nerves. Now there's the bed. Why don't you just relax for a while. All right mr benny key. This is comfortable. I could stand on it for hours. You're not supposed to stand. You're supposed to lie down on all this that's right now. Close your eyes and take a nice nap a go to sleep at come on for. He's got so much to learn. It certainly has excuse me donna. Someone at the door. Mr mann send me a dream Hello dana's helmets many just to ask you if it's alright if i miss rehearsal i'm going to be there either. Well i guess it's okay. Why do you wanna miss rehearsal. Suicide suicide again. I may miss the broadcast to manas dennis. Look at me now. All right dentist. I'll go along with this time. Now how are you going to commit suicide. Well i'm going to hang myself and take poisoning jump off the roof and shoot myself. Oh i see now dentist. Any one of those methods would kill you. Why are you going to do all of them. My middle name is westinghouse. And i want to be sure you know. That's a pretty good job. Now let's get serious and forget about student about suicide. Yes sir now. What are you going to sing. after. I'm gone dennis. You are without a doubt. The silliest kid i've ever known in my life you just mad because george gobel is younger than you are. Well he won't always be dana's westinghouse day turn out the light in your mouth and go home. Yes sir go by. That is the doors this way up on the roof and jump off okay but not on my petunias. Good bye. by what a crazy kid. His head wasn't tied onto his shoulders. Nobody know the difference. Well i guess. I better be running along to drag bars. What's the matter. Rochester losses at is gone. Gone just in my bedroom. I know but i went to bring him some melvin crackers and he wasn't maybe wandering around the house somewhere. That's what i thought at first. But then i saw that. The door from the bedroom to the patio was wide open and i trace his footsteps. Komo's fans hope. He didn't climb the pens. He tried to our electricity discouraged him. What his next few footsteps ten yards apart. He this is awful for eddie's confused man he won't know what to do or where to go. We've got to find them. We'll telling what can happen to inject. We'd better get down to the police station. You're right raja. You stay here in case he comes back. Come on. let's go. Look mr benny would you please relaxed believe me. We're doing everything we can to find your friend but sergeant. I'm worried i'm nervous. We've been here three hours and nothing's happened. Is there anything i can do to help. Yes stop pacing up and down. I can't help it whenever i'm nervous. I have to pay up and down. Well at least get off my desk. I'm sorry i'll look jack. Just quiet down. Take it easy. I'm sure everything's gonna be all right. I hope so. Don t poor lost in a big city like this and it's all my fault. Same mr benny yes. Yes yes mr benny. It's a long shot but they're bringing in the afternoon lineup and your friend may be in it. Oh god where are they here. They come now mr bennett. Can you identify anyone in this group. All of them. That's my orchestra. Home your orchestra. Yeah okay take him alive normally late for our so fella. The first time they've all had the same beat jack. We're not getting any place here. 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Jaguars the missing persons bureau right across the hall. Look there's no sense in the both of us going in there. I better stick with the desk started. We were talking to okay down. I'll see later. Wonder who's running this department. Officer officers are. Are you in charge of the missing. Persons bureau kept in o'shaughnessy is well. I'd like to talk to him so would i. He's been missing for three weeks. Well maybe you can help me. I want to report a missing person. All right ever see thank you now. I want you to give me all the information. You can mr missed all you recognize me. I guess you must have seen me on tv. You liked me one of you. Don't like me. why watch my program. Why torture yourself. I don't like me now look. I didn't come here. Hello hello. Is this the missing persons bureau. Yes it is well. This is mr her in a three two or three hundred colby. Yes what can i do for you. My wife has disappeared. He's been gone for three days now. I thought perhaps you could help me find region. Certainly try it. Could you describe a well. Gee both feet tall and weighs three hundred and twenty pounds. Three hundred and twenty pounds. She's pigeon talk. She has not a war on her nose. Thick lips crossed is a very bad complexion. And the heck with it crazy. Foon own who. I was reporting a missing person. Oh that's right. He's an employee of mine. And i'm hello. He's here here. It's yuba san man man. You put me to sleep. Hello boss. I found out and he's all right. You found them. That's wonderful news rochester. Where was he gonna closet frightened. Why what happened. He went outside and he said he saw red and yellow dragon. Heating up a lot of people red and yellow dragon. What was it. Just passengers getting on the sunset bush. Tell them not to be afraid. Rochester coming right home now. Add at believe me. It wasn't a dragon. I've told you five times a bus that takes on people. It's a motor of transportation transportation. I didn't see any horses ed. They they don't need horses anymore. They have motors. Now look at calm down. I'm gonna take you downtown. We'll go to a picture show. You'll enjoy that. I rather not mr. Benny what i've seen enough. Would you please take me back down to the vault. You want to go back to the also soon why well it's so peaceful and quiet down there everybody up. Here's in such a hurry rushing. Around all excited there's noise and confusion. Nobody seems to be really happy. Look look i like it down there in the vault mr benny. There's nothing to disturb. Mayor frighten me. I i'd like to go back. Well all right. Ed then case you ever wanna come up again. Just just let me know. Thank you but i don't think i will all right in rochester. I'm gonna take it back down to the ball so long. Goodbye man here we are. Let's go down. Ladies and gentlemen the very best. Easter gift of all is the support you give through easter seals to children who need your health. 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We invite you to listen to transcribe adventures of fibber. Mcgee and molly. Joe was written by bill. Leslie directed by max a long distance. Call came for mr mcgee wiley. He was downtown this morning. Mrs mcgee took the message and she's giving it to him now. And i said you weren't at home so he said to tell you the clippers parker call. Does that mean anything to you. Parker what else do you say. Well they said he went to high school with you back into the And he's going to be in thomas afternoon and he's looking forward to seeing you park park. I told him you'd be here all afternoon. He said fine. He'll be around. Two o'clock into high school is man. Say what was the name of that kid that his mother ran libertyville. Remember him. oh let me think now. Let me think he had a sister and she and i all crap injure. That was the name emma klopp. Emma you sure his name was emma. I don't remember any guy named him. No not the boy's name is sister was named emma. Ooh yeah yeah. She's the one that he looked with that traveling salesman that dry goods drummer from the moines. If you know that was the moseley girl luana kept falling off the. Hey in the night at the senior picnic and remember. We had so many kids packed on that. Hey frame that every time anybody took a deep breath somebody got pushed over the was fun. Oh i was a very popular girl at night. I had a date with you and notice. Gabbana they're both one on each side of me all the way that slob. I never did that guy. I know you didn't remember on the way home. Admires turned his pet mice. Loosen the hey well was looking and one of them ran across your ankle. Use green when i heard you scream. I wheeled around and busted old oldest right in the post without asking any questions. Voters didn't struggling. He claps his hand was nose and jumped up bumps into three or four. The other kids in the moseley girl fell off the wagon again She looked decide. Oh those were the days could all but who the heck is clifford parker. Oh almost forgot about him. Well he must not a made much of an impression with you in school. Say wasn't there kind of a skinny kid in your class that nobody likes us to follow you. Big boys around all the time wolf sure. Yeah that's him. That's the guy whiny parker rining always complaining about. Something always whining. Plus kids. wouldn't let him play football with this. After school he'd hang around and beef wanna take his football home stuff like that stupid kid to bonus guys around all time. Just big pest. That's all he was. What the heck does he wanna see me for. I don't know you went to school together. I guess he just wants to renew an old friendship. We never had a friendship. Molly maybe he did with me. But i never did with him. The only reason. I let him follow him around. All the time was because old man parker candy store and whiny always had a pocket full of jelly beans. Maybe he's calendar bring you some jelly beans. Probably expects to give me that old pal routine and invite him to spend a few days with something so we can follow me around all day like he used to. Well he'll be here in a couple of hours and you can see. I got a big disappointment waiting for him to. Because i will be here. Why make you. Why told the man you'd be home this afternoon. You can't run out on him like and why not. I'll even on the front door that says sorry. We had to go out for the day. We'll get down the kramer's drugstore and play the pinball machines all afternoon get your head. And a bunch of nichols rewind. Don't know mcgee. I don't feel right about ducking out on the man like this Well i mean well. Those pinball games. I'd rather stay home. I got a better idea. I'll take you down the wall small shop for lunch and we'll hang around there for a couple hours. Well i No lunch cook no dishes to wash what he's saying that did you talk me into it all. Go back to the car i'll put on your face. Let's go to war. I'm glad we ran. India down here mr winkle cup of coffee wally. No thank you mr maggie. I really must spend a long minute. Hurry i frankly. It's just so nice at my house these days. I like to hurry home and enjoy it sweetie face. My big old wife hasn't said one crossword me for the week wonderful. I'm glad to hear that. Sounds like she must have had a change of heart no was a change of nylon. Actually she put on her night on stockings wet. Last week went out in the cold weather. We had and caught the most delightful case of laryngitis. She can't make a sound piece. It's wonderful well. I hope it listen to the game or pizza pie or something. Anybody no thanks car. We're fine good lunch. You can hit me again with the geneva corre coming up to got to kill smart time for home anyhow. Might as well kill it here with another cup of coffee. You married a brave man. If this coffee of waltz don't kill anything but time we'll all be lucky. Did i hear you mentioned your wife's got learned. Jarvis headed almost league. Yes can't talk us. Well now i've got just the stuff for it before you leave. I'll put a slug it in a bottle for clear. Wrote a person five minutes you know. My aunt made it up from an old recipe. I say no thanks. I really don't want to thank me. Glad to let you have some. I got some in the kitchen out there. And i don't want it sound ungrateful but you just live your own life carter. I knew how live mine long. Everybody thanks sure weird little character isn't he He has his problems. All right kara. What time you think we ought to go home again. Three o'clock be late enough to be saved by then. Yeah i'm dodging guy this afternoon. Core guy that's come into the house at two o'clock. Oh i know how that goes. Believe me i'm not home much of course working down here all the time but my for marvin. He gets those chrome bums all day. Long what do you mean collectors. Who else you know. Marvin was sitting in the front room. Doping out-of-form sheet last week. And who does he see coming up the front steps but the installment guy from the furniture store. Yeah well he jumps up runs out the back door and right there on the back steps. He fall smack dab over the gas him flatter than one of wall angel. My well. we're not in any trouble with our bill collectors. This time the guy. I'm doug today's an old schoolmate. Kara guy i went to high school. This fellow is an old friend while you're ducking on him. Oh that's just exact point whiny parker and there was a friend of mine. We just happened to go to school together. That's all high school by was always following around be pissed. I never gave for the kid one way or another. And i sure couldn't see waste in the afternoon with him today so we decided to come and waste it down here instead as long as we've got another article. Maybe i will have a piece of pie now. That chapel Coming right up. Yeah put a scoop of ice cream on mine. Too long escaped a very boring afternoon. Might as well live it up right right. Put two scoops on each one car. What the heck it's only money a. You got your door kindle. I'll pick up the afternoon papers. It's new and i hope you're mr parker didn't wait around me. I feel awful guilty about this Forget it was an old friend. Somebody i like to stay home. You know that winey parker paper says rain tomorrow. Maybe what's the headline anything interesting about the usual. Democrats accused the republicans. Senator denies contract fraud. Republicans accused the democrat party. Day in washington millionare's oil man Says on the way to capital and his. Oh all know what is it. Oh my gosh. Listen clifford h parker oklahoma. Oil millionaire stops today to confer with what you mean. Whiny parker a millionaire. Oh my gosh ball heaven. Quick henry. I wanna worry. Stay in the good old departure. My old school gym rich. He's an oilman. Oh operator quick. Gimme parker the millionaire. I don't know where he's staying but he's rich. You can find him call every place we gotta find him. Emergency this is ridiculous. Must have been in the mailbox when we came in. Let me read that again. Your fear wanted to take you. And mrs mcgee out to dinner and a little nightclubbing look forward to seeing you. Sorry i missed you. He sorry signed whiny parker dead red. And look. i called that ritz miss eighteen times. He's been out all evening. You ought to try once more. It's midnight go to bed gonna. Why didn't he tell you he was rich. Foam this morning right ahead. any idea. My old schoolmate was a millionaire. I just stayed home. Go bad okay song. Everybody tomorrow by you mister. We're pool is played by bill thompson. Then core by elvia allman. Wow couldn't mckee ever make a mistake. You can be sure you'll be trying to rectify tomorrow. Though so far as john was saying goodbye for now. 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Why it talks. Alan ladd starring in his own self produced program box thirteen as it was originally broadcast february thirteenth. Nineteen fifty-eight the delinquent still stolen box. Thirteen with the style of paramount. Pictures alan land as dan holiday. T can't dot. I don't know how to ask you to do this for me. Because i don't know who you are or whether you want money i can pay a little. I've got i can come to your. You can see me number. Two mrs karen please. If you will help. I'll do anything for you. It was written in pencil neatly carefully. As if she wanted. Every word count and it led to well a kid a scared kid and motor and now back to box thirteen. Dan holidays newest adventure. Delight wants to that's a great observation. What brings it on trying to figure out what she looks like. Well i think i could visualize this relies. They'll try the big until gonna handle the small ones. What do you mean mr holiday. You while until i get back from mrs karen number two four or five centers avenue was right in the middle of a suit black neighborhood what is known as the other side of the tracks. I had no trouble finding the mailbox. Smart kid or the flatly number four painted white on the door. I knocked. Mrs can't let me in. She was about forty five worried looking while she wasted no time. Maybe a better. Tell me how before i answer that much money. Money doesn't matter mrs kiran. Just tell me what you want. You don't take money. no that's right. I don't understand i'll i'll explain later i. Let's hear what you've got to say. All right it's about my boy if the nickname his real name reginald mr holiday than for sure thank you. Well he's in jail. Is why stealing mrs karen. I'm not a -tective. I never worked against a lie. I know that sounds well stuffy. But that's the way it is didn't break the law said he was in jail. Know he didn't do what it was arrested. Two days ago somebody broke into a store and robbed cashbox. Why was arrested for the owner of the store. Thought it was. If you seems to holiday my boy he got in bad company. About a year ago he was mixed up in something so it looks bad for him now but he didn't do it when they arrested at me said he didn't you a lawyer. He doesn't need one. Why not because now. He says he did it. Let me get this straight. Mrs karen at first denied and now he admits maybe maybe bef- realizes that he knows better than just not something like that. Yes go to talk to find out for yourself. And if i decide is guilty you won't have to come back. I love this her. I i'm a fan of your mother's my she's gone ain't she. She's okay right just came from you. Your mother asked me to help. My name's holiday. Dan holiday thirty just not saddam. The peace lawyers. The word you're looking for. And i don't want a lot not unless let me alone. Will you take it easy biff. What's your racquet mr. If it makes any difference. I'm i'm a writer writer books and stuff. I don't get it when you want with me. Story of my life is something. Maybe i'd like to write something. Good about blow. Oughta here where you bet if i told you i just came from your mother. She asked me to help you. Yeah she will see. She doesn't think he broke into that story. I said i did to. You said you didn't get better at saint i did. It was easier on a guy when you don't put up a squawk. That's why i said i didn't then i did you know i. I think you're lying this. i'm lines. Go ahead and think it and get outta here instead away from riot. Hear me you just stay away. Get out of here and don't come back. No more dot com back. Who didn't know what to think was lying by. That's a great thought a big help. I call cling and got him to find out a few more things from which i might have been able to get without him. Yeah i got what you want. In the year ago picked up stealing tires. First offense probation scrapes nothing serious on the list and if this has proved on proved he admitted nothing approved and he denied it at first. Your sure alibi was that he'd been to a movie. Couldn't be proven stick to it but all of a sudden he admits breaking into that star as it interested I am is mother. Asked me to help now. Looked in the kids got into trouble. Sure his mother won't believe most mothers won't but this looks fishy. Why because of biff admits this he goes to prison. That's the general idea. But it'd be thought he had a chance to stay out. Don't you think you try to five. Maybe he's looking for a light rap. I don't believe you know. And i can't help my departments homicide. Well well thanks for the information. I'll see later. Oh i thought about it some more and the more around in my head. The mortlake phony almost eager to take the rap for the breaking and entry job. Why do that. I think what does the owner of the store. And he wasn't sure it was. I didn't make any difference either because the police had an admission of guilt. So i went home. Let myself into my apartment. You don't need to light champ lows. That door is a draft. I catch call easy. If we're going to get better at it. We should see each other. Don't you think. I don't wanna make any more front or you haven't okay thanks. I love cigarette. All i know match. Shame to your face. It'll get by just make sure that yours tess. Cam is supposed to figure that one. He will already did. Yeah i guess. I look i. Ain't you ever gonna let me. I'm just curious. That's all okay. I get a pass key skeleton king. You're satisfied your mind. Divide talk now. I'd be sean. What do we talk about you. That's a very interesting subject. I was born to wealthy parents at a small lodge back at the back in a couple of days. We'll kill each other all fine. I'll have a cake. Baked all want 'em they're easy game please virtue and i take it. Don't have many of those awful impolite hannity. You know me layoff kieran kid. So that's the purpose of this charming. Visit the other two guesses you don't need. I suppose not okay. just remember. Layoff the kid. And if i don't want to answer me a question when gladly is he guys book's worth more when he's dead than when he's alive certainly but action stops limited supply greater than the demand. Okay just don't make your heirs. Rich people and hugh could do and holiday real easy. It's something to think about isn't stay right way. Yeah i'm going muster been so romantic conversation with a mysterious stranger in the dark. I could abroad flowers but you'll remember a lot longer. A a bit at a motive for admitting robbery or what the motive was it was a different color on a different horse. I turned on a light and pleasant taught in that little taytay it left a reminder ring cutting into my chicken left a mark a couple of hours i thought thought finally i figured out of angle that i had to say biff again. A tie it up. So the next morning i went back to see the kid just as i was rounding the corner mccarter. Okay now just keep a stiff upper z. Had company the voice of the turtle was the same as the guy would played tag with me the night before and had a ring on his finger. Big rain duct. That got a letty. Pass and i went to beth ill again i am. I want to talk to you. But i don't wanna talk to you mr ed company. Didn't you company. No no no no. I didn't Who was he biff. Pal friend of mine get outta here my jump business. I your pal gave me this okay. So we hung went on you. And i didn't like it. Say you should learn to mind your own business. I told you listen beth. I was asking to this by a mother. Doing i mean let her alone that you're trying to be a tough guy just doesn't hang right on. You saw grill window. Sure sure that's what i'm afraid of. What your mother's have you come around here again. i'll holler the guy. Baqi out all right all right. I'll talk to you know. Don't go nearish. she's all right now but but what nothing. I beated gone like all graduates. Throw yada here. okay. I'll go phase mother that much. I guess he was willing to go to prison rather tonight. Rob that store. How could a thing like that time with. A mug would come to see me. The robbery was cheap stuff. Not likely that mike. My this is taking the rap for him at curtin being so i went back to cling celebrating a brains out. I have other people do it for me now Yeah i could see that nasty cut. Let me look at your rugs gallery taking all the guy who sledging might recognizing i got us short. Look at him in the holiday okay. Let's see anybody no no jet home. Yeah who is. Let's see name. Gillis strong hood. Who was he working for freelance artist. Anybody can hire high priced. Not cheap explains it does. Okay let me look whoever's behind this didn't wanna use any of his own mugs so you hide this gala to intimidate me. I can pick them up for the rest of them off. So what's next. Besides bibs afraid for his mother cling kids protecting her. Why i don't know if you make a move to pick up gilly that'll make sure that makes sense. I listened to me when you just have your boys tale gilly when he lied someplace. Let me know wait a minute. Wait a minute not yet. You could get hurt. I was gonna do stick my nose where it belongs. I don't like gilly. And i don't like what he stands for allied wide box. Thirteen delinquents dilemma as it was broadcast february thirteenth nineteen forty eight. We continue in three minutes here on classic radio theater. This is charles. Osgood we all know because we've been told over and over how important it is to eat. A balanced diet and the nutrients and fresh fruits and veggies are essential to good health fund. But for me. Knowing that. And eating as if i knew it are two different things among meat and potatoes guy and always have been so. I was thrilled to find out that balance of nature capsules. 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Nineteen forty eight now back to delinquent still emma another box thirteen adventure with land as dan waited and finally off from claim. Telling me where. I can pick up killing. I didn't follow. I was being followed. But i have to take that chance for all. There was nothing that could been ongoing just entering the salt. That wouldn't get to the thing that was putting biffing vice anyway. I watched him go into an office building on ray. Don't feel of an wait until he left. And then yes. I'd like to see mr. Mr mr who mr in the office. What's your name hauling howling. Yes just a moment you yes sir. Yes sir it is need any brushes Brushes brushes is careful line. What is this the brush off my own little joke you crazy wellness to mr rangel hauling. Do i need one. Who sent you here. nobody. I found all by myself. Stay right there any mac. Watch this character mac. Now talk mr jolly okay. This is a gag. is it yeah. I guess i'm going the wrong up. I was supposed to pull a rib on somebody and i. Well i guess. I got in the wrong office. Well side about it and who sent you. Nobody i told you. This is a gag. I guess backfire. You must have tried to gag too often. Somebody pays you. Oh no no no no thanks. Thanks a lot. I wondered if i talked myself out of that. Because when i got downstairs to my car i noticed a man following me. I found out something. Geli was working for the character in that office. Who was it. Took me two hours to shake shadow. When i got back to clinton told you'll crazy fool you'll you you dope. I found it. Didn't i sure show you listen. I still don't know who i was that he wouldn't let me out of that. Office cling surely a dish that shadow. Sure gilead gets back. He'll find out and he knows you before that happens. What's the lineup. annual source pete rackets racketeer gangster. Not that we depend on him. He's smart dan. Little guys take the rap before and he pays off when they get out. And what's he's angling all is how's it tied up with the kids. Certainly is the member of his gay. At least i don't think so it's got to be angle. Wait a minute wait a minute. what are we going. Listen it was a big for a warehouse robbery The black one of oslo's jobs but there's nothing to tie him. In and watchmen killed. One was robbery murder night of the sixteenth. What time levin thirty sixteenth. That's an out of the store robbery. The one visiting to sure suppose the kid was passing on his way home from that movie and saw the whole thing but he's afraid to talk because they threatened his mother if he does dirty eagles. Listen i'll send us do that. Put mother on the spot. Get biff here instead. They might be cling sent for him in new things office. Not let me go back. If your testimony is the only thing that will give us a break. I robbed that store that night. Now let me go back. Listen to me. I ain't gonna listen to nobody. When are you trying to do i. I told you. 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You know that one email that comes through super early in the morning you just have to answer well at least now. You're awake for breakfast at mcdonald's so you can get sizzling favorites like the savory sausage mcmuffin topped with melted american cheese. The flaky sausage biscuit made with a real buttermilk biscuit or toasty hashbrowns. Mix match any two for two dollars then at a one hundred percent colombian medium roast coffee. Getting more than one for breakfast at mcdonalds. It's all part of a day's work but at prices and participation may vary cannot be combined with any other offer or combo meal single item at regular price. And you're listening to classic radio theater on your favorite station now. The conclusion of box thirteen starring. Alan ladd february thirteenth. Nineteen forty eight. Let me talk to him alone please. Okay then ahead. I hope the day comes soon when kids will realize. The police aren't their enemies. But they're friends. Ain't gonna do any good mr scott to alison. Don't send anything until i finished with you. Good now your protecting your mother. But you're also protecting something else. A gang of vicious men protecting them from the law protecting murders smith giving them the chance to go out and do the same thing all over again. Don't you see that. I ain't gonna say nothing i wanna do is be let alone. I want to go back to the jail. Now let me go. Please be if you're about sixteen and you've got a whole life ahead of you but if you go to prison to protect crooks are will you have a record. Oh sure they'll say you didn't talk didn't squeal they'll make a great guy out of you make menu protecting a bunch of arrogant cocky parasites who got away with this abuse. Shut up let me alone. I say nother kling kling. Yeah finished okay by well. No he's our only chance to put vaseline gang where they can grow a nice coat of. Yeah i know he's too scared. You won't talk clean. He wouldn't talk of it killing to keep crime. They've got the whole thing in our labs. We've got violent on a murder rap. Kid talks matter. Listen i saint listed. we've got the double cross biff. Got mind then listen. Don't let anybody into seem visitors way. Because he's gonna talk. Are you crazy friends at the start times. They're going to break a star those bosnian out in the open. Where you smashing. You mean tread a story about the kid talking. That's but his mother. We won't break the story until i'm there with her. Listen you're crazy fool. Those guys don't kin once. They say they're gonna do a thing they'll do it. You'll at that story. Hit the nail. Go through with it in ten years. I know i know but we know talk. So keep visitors away from basel trying to get to his mother. Don't you see that's the only way can really keep different talking. Get his mother and hold it until a kid decides to keep quiet. That's no buts will make the story. Look those insatiable developments are expected in the warehouse. Murder just enough to make vase and the kid might talk wonder. The stock picks up the story by promising. The editor of the whole thing is by page and on eleven. I waited until the prusse will run. The story was just what we wanted. Only a hint that developments expected then. I drove to the neighborhood where business mother lived. We're no police around. It had to look legitimate then. I went optimistic. Current you'll be alright stars on the street. I'm kin and we should be getting company. I'm scared not for me to be. He'll be alright. They can't get to him on. This is all over. They won't be able to. What if something happens. Edwald quick in bed tend to be asleep. I can't that had to be asleep now. You come on wake up you will never mind get up dressed. Commodity are you. I said never mind get dressed closer in the get. Go ahead get your clothes. 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Johnny unsurety mutual. What's on your mind que- who it's latin kitto. Cui bono who benefits. Who does a little doll named lou and parker down in green pass. Virginia one hundred thousand dollars worth johnny double indemnity. Wow what did she do answered. the question. sure did with a thirty eight to bulls is right. Under foster papas heart. And shut case you that all right. She's the gallois done it. She admits it but the coroner is about to call it. An unavoidable accident seems a little magnolia blossom. Thought papa was a prowler. think just what. I said cui bono. So i think you'd better put yourself on the payroll tonight. And every weekday. Night bob bailey in the transcribed adventures of the man with the action packed. Expense account america's fabulous freelance. Insurance investigator are truly johnny dollar Expense accounts submitted by special investigator. Johnny dollar to the home office shorty. Mutual insurance limited hartford connecticut. The following is an accounting of expenditures during my investigation of the cui bono. Matter item one. Seventy eight dollars and forty five cents transportation and incidentals hartford degreen pass which was village of some twelve thousand people hidden among quiet wooded hills and located as i discovered on a rival some three miles from the railroad station. Nice weather. We're having. Yeah it's fine you from new york. Well they're hartford issue eight. Been having weather like this up there. No no it's been pretty cold. You say your name was dollar. Yeah jonny dollar. I'm jake deeply you here on business. I try well. I wouldn't count on finding much here. Green passes what you might call a one horse town one hotel one bank one taxi batch me one newspaper one county attorney. Yup just one. Oh and you heard about our tragedy about dan. Pocket getting shaw. That's why i'm here. I'm an investigator for an insurance company. see well. It was a terrible thing. It was all gone at dock. Donate if all man hauling. Don't fix up their fancies. He's going to be sure how one of these days. That's a third time this week out. The road out of people around here feel about dan. Parker was he. Well liked well. He'd been reelected for five straight times. No personal enemies not a one man in green past. What difference does it make. Whether he was well liked was killed. Don't you understand. He was shot accidentally by stepdaughter. That's right and what difference does it make whether they had an enemies. None probably won an insurance company policy as large as the one that carried on dan barker. They want to know the full circumstances surrounding the death. Ain't no mystery about mr dollar at pula girl. Took him for a burglar shot in. That's all and it might be a broker up. Say what about her. Jake she likes. Well let me put it this way. I'm fifty two years old. I got a grandson seventeen. And we're both in love with lou. Ann parker i say and his five thousand other males in green pass. It feel the same way she get along with stepfather. They worshiped each other all day. And had since mrs pocket died nine years ago it was thicker than thieves am to rode horseback with fishing. Took trips together well. And it's understandable that she'd be pretty broken up. It was taboo for clean out of mind. You realize what you've done so tell me what's dan parker a wealthy man no fan of well-to-do for these parts but no ways wealth here where you'd think of it in new york since then. I imagine the parker would think of one. Hundred thousand dollars is being a pretty sizable fortune. Mr dollar let me give you lad is all. You got a job to do fine. But if i was you i'd be muddy. Careful high went about doing it. Why so where people up here in the hills kind of standoffish. And based and if you go around hit and what you seem to be hit net you're gonna get yourself a mess. Troubled deal handshake. All i'm trying to do is dig up all the information possible but the company know exactly what happened. That sounds fan of mr dollar but you take my advice. Dig easy jake. Diglis one man. Taxi service dropped me off at the town's one man hotel. I signed in my bags and did a quick resume of the case. Which don hancock had given me a new york. I pumping the hotel proprietor. But when he found out who. I was a frosted up like a mid on day. But he did tell me. I could find the sheriff across the square. At the town's one pool it turned out to be a one man play stool and at the moment. Sheriff jim peterson was the one man laid knowing missed dollar. Just sit and watch me get three ball down there. Good shot now abbas setup. You couldn't miss one like if you wanted to and that's something on your mind you. Yes i'm gonna jersey investigator. I'm here in connection with the parker case. Now see god. God caught a case exactly was accident. Hey no mystery about it. But i can see. I didn't mean to imply that the was sheriff as it stands now. This is a routine investigation. Nothing more. I just like to get the flex. Find out exactly what happened in order to furnish my company with the report. They need to pay the claim. I appreciate your cooperation. If you've got the time. I got time all right so much. You know about it. Well not much dan. parker is i understand. It was your county attorney here stepdaughter. Lou and parker who is the beneficiary under our policy is still kim for a prowler. Shot him and killed him. And that's about it. Well thing happened three nights go. Dan been up to richmond on business. He come back in on the midnight train. He walked down from the state walked three miles that time of night whereas little over to his place it outside of town of ways still quite a walk. Why didn't he call this Taxi driver jake deeply where he probably did. Try to but jake were expecting any business where he took a night off us out at happy hollow. Seattle canada roadhouse about five miles of highway. Does dan's daughter have a car. Yeah does but. I figure he didn't wanna bother at that time of night see wouldn't do into the next afternoon but it appears like he finished up his business and decided to come on back at night without letting lou n no or anybody else. Now let me see here. The habit of coming back unexpectedly from trips. No i wouldn't say would one. Oh well dan and take minute trips and when it did most always made arrangements with jake luanda medium station. I assume so anyway walked home at night and he shortcut through lane and come on in the back way cross the terrorist and right. There was his fatal act. All what do you mean together. Lawn chair found up blue in and she heard him fumbling with the locker. The back door even come on in the house. She took a thirty eight pistol from a drawer overnight. Table went to the head of this day or when you hear them startup. He fired twice and give them whether any lights on in the house. No she's ready to turn on. Light in iraq and dan was trying to keep waking up two shots two bullets in the heart firing down a stairway pitch darkness. That's pretty good shooting sheriff out shoot me dollar. And i'm known as one of the best knee hip parts Who taught her daughter himself. If a girl ought to be able to protect yourself so tell me something sheriff. Did she have any reason to think it might be a prowler. Have you had any trouble of that kind around town all free weeks ago it was a house broke into ghana south side and twice since then dan calling me in the night to come out and take a look around his play. Oh oh lou thoughts you had somebody trying to break in and did you find anybody. New was luanne alone in the house. The night of the shooting. Mary jackson was there who where she'd been housekeeper for department for the last fifteen year. What's her version. Same told you she heard shots for the light in the hall. Come on and blue and scream father. How did the girl in front of get along walk. Couldn't have been any closer. She pretty broke up about it. You talk to yet. Donald no nine. Thanks so i mean well. I mean if your head you wouldn't be asking a lot of these questions or at least you wouldn't be ashton them in the way that you are what way sheriff figured the park a girl but actually gilead while she did pull the trigger. Didn't she man with sufficient reason. She was nervous. She had prowls around before or at least she did which adds up the same thing. She thought she had somebody break in. She knew she couldn't count on mary for any help. She had a gun knew how to use it so she got up courage donor natural and normal things used it and she regretted mistake duress of a life and that's the way the picture seems to work out at the moment. At least you got any reason to doubt. I get paid to do things. Sheriff until i satisfy myself if there's no reason to doubt them and that's all i'm trying to do. It's all the insurance company. Expects me to do. I'm not out to pin anything on this girl or to get out of paying a claim provided it's legitimate. It is She's got nothing to worry about. If the thing happened is you just told me it did. Then i have as much sympathy for is you do. It'll be pretty rough. Memory to live with. I just wanted to be sure. That's all or atmos. Dada you look around. You talk to people. Ask any question your mind you but you're gonna come out right back where you started at. You're probably right nanometer. Been friends for years. Good friend if i thought there was a slightest doubt about. There's i would be the first one to kick up a first and go after the truth. Even if the evidence pointed toward lou and parker no matter weight onto well now look. I want to talk to the housekeeper. Intimate parker self. And i'd like to attend the coroner's inquest. If you don't mind. I don't mind what you're a little late. It was hailed. This morning was the verdict death by misadventure unavoidable accident with no recommendation for prosecuting. What would be possible to see a copy of the transcript would ring the coroner and tell him to expect you but let me give you a little piece of advice mr dollar all right folks anisia parts love that girl so when you start walking around asking questions walk easy. A i one over the coroner's report and found nothing. Low have been called as a witness and appeared to advance at all questions and franken straightforward manner. Check your school. Records regarded as an unusually bright girl and it stood at the head of a class all through high school. She's been elected cheerleader in her junior year on the lead in the class play have been chosen the senior prom. She was the town's darling they worshiped her. And i could see the casting any aspersions on it would be like an attack on the crown jewels. I began to feel like peeping. Tom like laos. Like i was wrong. And yet cui bono. Who benefits to bullets in a man's heart and one hundred thousand dollar pay off. I had to be sure february thirteenth fifty. Yours truly johnny dollar. On classic radio theater visit our web page. Classic radio dot stream. I'm wyatt cox. Thank you for listening. Please support radio thanking this station and supporting the advertisers vape. Pay the bills to keep us on the air and please tell your friends. Great radio shows her back at this spot on the dial classic radio theater on your favorite stations and the usa radio network. You know that one email that comes through super early in the morning they just have to answer well at least now. 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Or get you two hundred seventy five million youtube impressions or otherwise go a lot farther on any digital platform but if you blew it all in a thirty second spot it cost you five and a half million dollars or if you're like read it you blew your entire marketing budget on a five second spot in the commercial man. That was that was great. And how about that idiot. Ceo of some company. Orly oakley. whatever it was. I don't even remember what his product was sitting in a pasture hitting a keyboard and having a terrible singing voice. It would be like me trying to sing right now. I can't sing anyway but especially with laryngitis. It what a stupid spot that was. And you'd think if it was so stupid be memorable. I don't remember the company name or even what he was selling. But i think that was the dumbest one but read. It did a whole five second commercial. i've second commercial. And they were saying based on the math of the five point. Five million for a thirty second ad. They estimated that it would cost just under a million dollars like nine hundred nineteen thousand dollars for a five second. And that's what they spend. That's what they spent literally just a five second freeze frame that you would have had to pause the tv even to read. But their whole thing's got people talking and that was adderley money westbound. i guess texts show standpoint. We're talking about read it which is kind of a tech company. Because you know they're they're add their screen read and part. You know big game sponsor expenses so we couldn't buy a full one but we were inspired and decided to spend our entire marketing budget on five seconds of airtime and it was basically a free frame honoring underdogs. Wow pretty bizarre. Tech companies like tesla. Google and twitter have reached out to our miami mayor francis juarez encouraging many firms to relocate from silicon valley to join us here in miami. That would be great. Where a tech leader on many situations anyway while others including oracle hewlett packard and more have already moved to texas. This trend could be driven by the shift for remote work as well. As companies seeking lower-cost employees wedbush securities. Dan is notes. There's a mini exodus of tech companies leaving the valley and i think that's going to accelerate throughout this year of twenty twenty one and i think we've mentioned it on the show last week that elon. Musk wants to build a tunnel under miami to for the cars but do these people realize that this is miami and if you dig five feet under the ground you're in water. Yeah well apparently they can do it. And it's at for a lot less money than it would otherwise cost so elon. Musk's boring company is not boring as an. I'm boring you you but boy in going into the ground is digging holes. Didn't last they built here. Costs like you know a billion dollars and what he's talking about would be longer than that for thirty million. He said i mean. Why would we not do. It is true so we'll have to see after. See what happens there but it's going to be interesting. Microsoft is set to step in with its bing search engine if google should make good on its promise to cut service to australia in response to a proposed law that will make tech firms pay for news content produced by the country's media companies. Australia's prime minister scott morrison said he has spoken to microsoft. Ceo such adela. Who is confident that bing says it could meet the needs of australians. Should google exit boy. We're good luck with that. I don't see that happening. What do you think eight hundred eight nine nine into do. Join us please. Once your irs problem back taxes is there a lien placed on your property. Have your bank accounts been frozen or seized. Have your wages being garnished. Are you being by the irs. Are they sending you letters that demand action and have urgent due dates. 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I'm dave grave line now in our twenty fifth year on the air bringing you the latest in consumer tech gadgets and gizmos products and services all sorts of very cool tech available today and into tomorrow. But no this you make the show when you call in with your digital dilemmas that we can solve for you or your tech questions or help for another listener. Whatever the case we love to hear your calls on the show. And that's why. I say you make the show. So don't hesitate anytime twenty four seven to join us on the program so we can hear you on the air. The best way of course. It's the audio option on the free into tomorrow app. Just search those two words and your favorite apps store into tomorrow. Snag our app or you can by the way heroes. Twenty four seven. We provide. Imagine that some tech news and all kinds of other goodies but you can hit the button that says message the studio and you sound like you're right here in the studio with us or the old fashioned way still works you can pick up the phone and dial even though you're not really dialing anything but punch those digits eight hundred eight nine nine into that's eight hundred eight nine nine four six eight six. It's toll free from anywhere. In north america. Our next guest company produces an ai powered cars security system. That constantly monitors both the inside and outside of your vehicle our regular listeners. Know that of all the ones that i evaluate and review and play with and test. The owl cam is my personal favorite and continues to be so we thought. Let's get the ceo and president of al cam on the show. Jason ashton jason. Welcome into tomorrow. Thanks for spending a few minutes with us. Thanks a pleasure to have you with us. First of all let's talk about the overall popularity and reason why more and more people are getting dash or should it such a broad range of a options out there right now. I think the big thing is people are really looking to take control of their environment protection standpoint protecting your vehicle protecting their loved ones and really having that ownership of a if something happens i either can have a record of it or have have the ability to act and i think the cam specifically gives our customers that ability. I like the fact that even if there's just a bump on the car know somebody bangs their car door in a parking lot. It's got to very bright. Led's that pop up. And and i've experienced personally where people go. What's going on because it lights up the inside of my car and and i've seen so many videos including many from our audience that have shared when somebody manages to get into their car because they either stupidly forgot to lock the car or they broke into the vehicle lights them up well and then you see those bad guys doing one of these. You know. A deer stuck in headlights. And the fact is it's like even if they take the camera if they if they try to rip it off the mountain leave with it. It's in the cloud so we know we have the information. We have the evidence to share with law enforcement. That's it and we you know if you follow the the owl cam channel on youtube or if you go to our website we have tens of thousands of videos real time. Instances of what you just described we work with law enforcement through our support teams and we helped recover vehicles. We helped recover stolen goods but those lights are bright to say the least one of the things that are coming in the future. And i'm sure we'll talk about you. Know some of the future things but now we're on the topic you know come. January will replace those floodlights with infrared lights. So you'll have even better clarity. And from an instance And i'm sure you've experienced getting in the car at night. Sometimes you're like. Hey i don't need the spotlight on me so this kind of quell that you know so while we are flashing on you know criminal activity or intrusions. We do want to make sure that we're getting the same clarity in the pitcher making the end user experience a little friendlier and that's terrific and for those are not yet seeing the video where i'm holding up our cam and you see how small it is. It's a perfect size screen. Doesn't get in the way of of your view out your windshield. Obviously you don't wanna be obstructing your view while driving but where we talk about those those little lights. There's also built in safety. Of course you guys thought of this. Where if the cars running. You can't turn those lights on because then it's going to blind the driver right so you know detects the cars running. I've tried to do that when my son borrowed the car or something. Let me see. If i could mess with him at the lights won't come on. I can see him. You know and i can talk to him and so forth and that's great but at least the lights aren't blinding someone who's driving legitimately or otherwise so so that's very helpful I noticed your shirt says call pass. Is this a company that is kind of the parent company of owl cam. How's how's that connection. Work goal passes has been in business two thousand six. I've been the presidency of that company Since two thousand eight we really got our start in. Gps related products saw We track anything from vehicles to machinery trailers equipment You name it we. We track it right We've partnered with zongo Technology since two thousand eleven. And if you're familiar with kind of the transition of owl camera inc You know the original developers of the aisle cam They went out of business. You know late october. Two thousand nineteen. They had to sell off their assets. In february of two thousand and twenty zor go technologies brought bought the intellectual property and ask law pass to partner with them and continue the consumer brand of our kim. Well i think you guys were very smart in doing that because again it's it's my preferred dash cam typically play with almost all of them that come out on the market when they they send us unit. So we'll see if you can say something nice about hours like you do al cam. Sometimes i'll say something nice. But i still go back to using this one and again. Good move on your part because clearly it was a device that more consumers have preferred that some of these others that don't give them half the capabilities but let's talk about. Let's say something happens. You witnessed an accident that occurs in front of you. The hopefully you're not involved in but that happens to then you can save it and you can you can show you can share it with investigators that sort of thing. Well the biggest thing there is if your listeners. Don't know already and i'm sure and i know you talk about this quite a bit you know. We're recording twenty four seven four. Yeah right so you've got that security element there and you're always going to be able to go back into your history and find it but having that ai capability with the okay presto tag right. You're you're you can get very specific and very granular and how you're capturing your data clips right and it's whether you're doing it for fun because you're singing along the car. Want to send it over to a family member. The right you can just shoot that on over and in any event you reference an accident.

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"Talk to you. What was it like most part or was like a part of that particular brotherhood and also You know i grew up. You know you caught You know some of the raiders games late because they were you know on the west coast so I mean growing up. I had heard of names like of course tim. Brown and and You know bo jackson but you didn't. We didn't really see a whole lot of you know when from But but you but you knew of them and you know of course you knew about al davis the black but then getting you know to oakland and you know. Probably the first person that i that i really had any report with with was willie brown. You know late. Great when he brown and of course he was a constant in the building. You know he helped with the. Db's i got there but then you start to learn about all of these guys. Man freddie calls how long jim auto worked in the building Trying to think clip clear brands myth clip branch man. We had all of these guys man always buzzing around the building. And i mean it wasn't a day that went by that that one of these guys wasn't around and and you just understood you know what that place was up was all about and you know you always hear to say and wants a raider always a raider. That really meant something you know to. To the raiders and the former players that played there you know they were always welcome to come back to the percentage and they were around I remember you know every year you know to be with. Get up in front of the team and talk. Brian would talk. And i remember fred. It'd be would always is one thing was. Hey have you want you know everybody in the nfl and around this country to talk about what you guys are doing. You got not talking about what we did in the past. You gotta go out there and win you know and that always stuck with me you know it was like hey you gotta go out there and make your own name for you so no keep talking about the former grace that played here so we always had those guys around the building and it just made it fun and you know to hear those guys talk to them. You know the really always telling stories about how it was. When he played man had the locker rooms were and you know smoking under the bleachers on the way and a half and stuff they did back in the day man but it was great man having those guys around. That's incredible willie. Brown was such a class act man. What a great player. What a classy guy chose. Imagine those guys going under the stadium to burn some marlboros. Have time are you kidding me. Like i know their own school when they get fucked up and do shots to how crazy with that man. I mean i it could be. It could be a full blown party. You know in the locker room and then they'd go back like nothing ever happened you know. It was unreal man. Some of the stuff that they said that they were doing. You know back in the day and stuff like now you know you probably look down on the guy been doing any of that so like well. What are you. What are you doing man. You're not taking care of your body with a totally different era than it is right now man but again you know those guys out there man and they and they grind it and they they they let it all out there but they lived hard to judge. I mean you've got the patriot way and then you've got the raider way. And they did and they went hard. They worked hard. They partied hard. Listen speaking of alcohol. You've got your own wine label intercept. Obviously you have a great passion for the process. A great passion for the product team brady himself saying recently. How a guy from fremont ohio got so into wine. I have no idea. Tell me how did you get so into wine. And what graduate. Your attention initially about it man. What you know big big props. The thanks to the oakland raiders for draft in nineteen ninety eight. And you know the raiders. Training camp was in Napa valley as you know. So you know. I got involved in interested in wine just by proximity just by being in that valley every year during training camp and i just love with wine country ended up with napa and i just talked and this is something that i want to be part of long term and so i created my first naval which was twenty four by charles woodson and then now the intercept labels about right now so to intercept man. What we all can we offer. Man we have made we have pino head blend and also the cabernet and what we did. Manage blue created the lineup. That was a high quality wine but an affordable price man. So we lock. Everything is lying price at about nineteen ninety nine and you know just premium great And where we are right now. We have national distribution jim. So we're like forty five states. You're working on Off fifty states by mid twenty twenty one and i. it really been remarkable. You know even with you know Extending going on all of last year and people still support it. you know. People wanted to drink wine So very proud of where incentives come and what. We're going man what we're gonna be doing. Big things clones. What are we want when we're craving protein or we need more energy not bars notch sugary snacks. Not energy drinks man. We want beef pure and simple. So where is the beef. It's in a package of old trapper. Beef jerky or trapper is not your old. Man's jerky shriveled dry tasteless old trapper. Beef jerky is made from lean strips of stake in quality spices. There smoked over a real woodfire. So it's tender. It's tasty not rough and why is it so good. It's because of the folks involved. All trapper is a fifty year old family business known for their relentless commitment equality. They take smoke beef extremely seriously. I've spoken with no members of the family. They are legit. They're the real deal or trappers papper protein and comes in four amazing flavors so look for it in major retail stores near you all trapper. What's your beef. I haven't quite found my way to it like my alcohol. Journeys been pretty interesting. And i get into that in a minute. But i will say this. My wife janet and i were married in napa. Now we're not real wind people but we were married in napa. In fact we got married meta would have you spent much time at that. It's nice right man and they had to fire him I'm not sure if there's any of that there anymore right which is sad. I i don't know if it got the entire facility but it definitely did hit that spot. We also had a rehearsal dinner at in a cave. It pineridge listen man. How do i get to that spot. If you're if you're talking to a novice person who doesn't really know that much about wine but wants to learn. Where did they start. What's the process for beginning. And you know what. I think you just gotta try. I think you you know because When i first started drinking wine the only thing i knew about was merlot. So i you know i would try. And that's really all i all i would do And then i kinda opened up and started drinking cabernet and other things. But i think that you know for most people I think you started out with something that was no on the whiteside. Start out with the reasoning Something that has you know. Sweetness wind Maybe step up. Dan to a chardonnay. That might be a little oak to it. The middle body and then on the red side. I think i would start out with pinot noir usually pretty lightbody wines. Very easy to drink. And then you work yourself up to your Your malone yes arising your cabin names you know those that are a little bit heavy so i think it's all about you know trial by fire man and get in there and you try a little bit here a little bit there until you find your palate and what you like all right so it make sense to me now talking. We'll block them in the day. You created a wine monster in that guy. He's got some great stories about how you got him into it. Now on top of that. You also have your own bourbon now. Obviously a totally different process and wine. I'm curious why did you wanna get into that as well. And how do you drink yours person. I drink mine me you know i. I like to take all the flavors of bourbon. And i know some people don't feel like a little ice and a little special water opens it up but for me. I don't need that. And i don't want mind water dot at all so i i drink my meat but just throughout my journey of drinking wine and gone to a bunch of wine dinners and then you know after the line then you kinda step until you're after dinner drinks you know then i saw some Some point at some of the bloomberg man and then i fell in love with Bourbon with the fact that you know. Bourbon is high corn so it does have a little. Cdc it could be you know. High alcohol can have a little heat to it. But you know i like the fact that they did have a little bit that sweet to And so i decided you know what. I wanna kind of have The beginning to the end you know. I wanna have something to start with the white white wine move onto your reds and then you're after dinner drink that's moving to the burbs. That's why i decided to go with wittenberg rookie man. I love that so go. Let me ask you this like i. I was always a clear liquor guy in fact for the better part of two decades. I don't drink during the week. But i like a cocktail on friday and saturday. Jin guy for the longest time when nobody was drinking. Gm for whatever reason. I was just all about that. But then when i can no longer do that and started tearing me up a little bit charles. I moved on to vodka. Before i ventured into quila and then finally now in my fifth decade. I'm becoming a scotch guy. I don't know that much about it but my first at a high end liquor store and the guy said you gotta i decide. Are you a single guy or do you prefer a blind. I tried both. I happen to like the single bought much better myself. Where do you come out or is that just the wrong question to ask no. It's not. It's not the wrong question to ask. I think that Everybody everybody's gonna have their presence. Everybody kind of has their Their different taste buds to me. It's kinda like wine. I think you kinda snapping around figure out what it is you know that you like So it just for instance you know. Mind our style and seventy corn twenty one ryan and nine weeks and so We we are eighty proof you know so forty percent alcohol and so it's not as heavy on on the On alcohol side but we still get you know a little bit of spice the ryan their little round sweetness corner the week so it just kind of depends on what you like but it is. It's all about you know. Just trying and things and one thing i do like about bourbon is that it is american is what we do. You know it's gonna be called. Bergen gotta be fifty one percent gordon and then go from there. It's gotta be under percent aged in american oak Chart you know that was my presence of yours. Maybe a little bit mind. They have different rules. We discuss Over there across the water and we have our rules over here all right so certainly back. Then you talked about distribution if people listening right now like to sample either the wine and or the bourbon. What is the best way for them to do. So but right now for Wines if you go onto interested why. C w intercept lines dot com. You can order We we do ship to most places. There are certain faith that we're not able to shift into But if you go on to. Cw interests winds dot com. You can type in your zip code and then you can save store and restaurant located on that website and then for winston whiskey go to winston whiskey dot com and order right. Now you can pre order a batch number three right now that's only As we are gaining Or or moving around to getting the distributions for the with yourself that'd be A little bit further down the road but he will be. We will have distribution pretty famous. I'll look for it all right but me quickly if you would. So what about sunday. You got your michigan man tom. Brady you got patrick. Mahomes was unlike any quarterback roy. But he's ever seen who'd you have on sunday and why you know what the main development The kansas city and then losing amid they have to live two or three line out. I think that that is to me. I think it goes to tampa bay there lines. Par sec their speed that they have and linebacker david and wife. I think those guys are gonna put pressure on Home i was thinking he's going to have much time to throw the ball. I know he has been dinner with a little bit of a toe injury. You know that kind of limits. The mobility mobility a little bit. Not not but a little bit And i think they're gonna make tough for him. I gotta believe that tampa bay looked at the first time. They played them that. Hey we gotta eliminate the big place. They can eliminate the big place make a kansas city. Go too long route. You know the length of the field long drive and not giving up down. Maybe maybe field goal here there. Then they can win the game because look tampa bay has weapons. They have matchup problems on their side of the ball as well With evans Tonio brown is supposed to be back. Got miller is kind of x factor. so i think with the injuries to the office of line and waited. The deepest line is playing and me believing that game plan y. v. sensibly not letting those guys get over the top. Now i'm gonna take the old man in this. I see all right. Tremendous matchup tremendous match up no matter what trump and i know. You've got a phone call. I believe you've got a phone call coming up right around the time that game as well and it is so so good to get caught up with charles. I appreciate you. I appreciate all the time and really nice to have you on this podcast. Thanks so much for doing that for him. Yeah good to hear from any credit card can offer cash back but only discover matches all the cash back you earned at the end of your first year. It's getting one of those birthday cards that shaped like cash so you already know that there's cash inside before you open it up but in this case it is stuffed with your first year cash back match and you don't even have to send a thank you note and enormous. Thanks to my guide shock man. That was so fun to get caught up now. If you want to check out the booze that he is pushing make sure to look for intercept wines and woodson whiskey. Wherever you get your sauce. He sent me some wine already. It is awesome. I can't wait for the brown liquor to show up as well. All right. that's going to do it for me. Now before you get out make sure you do subscribe rate and review. It helps very very much and do tell friend. I appreciate it and i will see you next week for episode one sixty two but until then here all your voicemails. I knew message in rochester. I don't want him my two year old niece for the past couple of days. And i gotta tell you. Stay at home. Uncle game is hard dog. Not just changing the diapers and trying to convince you to take a nap during the day. But yesterday i went to the ninety minute hike and i had to put her in a backpack for that i through the snow and i was fortunate to complete it without foreign and bust my ass but Just getting the hang of this thing arp trapper and help you in the family. Well message saved next message. I just wanna comment on a trade. The green bay packers should have made for the sake of the team and aaron rodgers. The packers are going to have to rebuild their defense to get any kind of super bowl. They've already started with a coach. They need to get more speed and better tackling in an offense. They may lose. Aaron jones corey leslie. They've already lost back the area to a knee injury and then to get all those draft picks groff and jordan love radiant next couple of years and for aaron rodgers to give them a chance to get to another super bowl to his home state. I think would have been great. They prove they can get to the nfc championship game when aaron rodgers but with this team far they ever get thank you. Jim by message saved next message. Romi what's up. This is david from buffalo. Patrick reed again. All patrick reed. Does he cheats. He bends the rules. It pushes the envelope. I think you could have fifty thousand fans out there. Booing him he loves us against the world mentality. The pga tour secretly loves us because they've got a villain tigers on the dl. 'cause not playing real good rory's kinda somewhat of a funk. It seems like he's only interested in the majors. Patrick reed can be the number one villain. This has got to get people to watch either gonna love this guy. You're gonna hate him. And i think more people are going to hate him and you know what the end of the day. I hope patrick lee continues to play well because you're going to be a faction of people that hate the guy affection people love the and that's what the pga tour out message saved next message. Jimmy jam what's up. It's dr david you know it's any time that you play my crappy call from the past. Phillies crazy to have a coach. You can have terrible press conference like that. I mean hell. I even been on the news before and was much more lucid than that. I was talking about arsenic and rice of all things. And even i was clear and i knew absolutely nothing about arsenic and rice. I look up stuff about twenty minutes before my interview. Whatever that guy's gonna fuck and suck anyways. The enemy would be much better coach later. Fucker message deleted next message. More and i'm calling on your piece from dr alexander. I was his ticket broker for over thirty years. You still always talk about. You always admire you. Always used to get tickets for roaming friends. I remember the last concert. I told him with the eagles at the honda center that made his life he was phenomenal and then of course grew shows that have put him to a strong courageous and dedicated. That he was he was one of a kind he spoke was on his mind. Never backed down as he would say. Translate us just wanted to share that with you. Take your message saved next message. Greg sacramento haven't talking about twenty years. When i used to call. I lived in madison. Might be with my fat coworker in my chain smoking boss. You don't wear masks at the post office stopping eating cupcakes. Stop sneezing stop yelling obscenities and put a mask on war. Ucsb renaming their basketball arena. Rome dome message saved next message. Romi justin in melbourne. I got a very serious question for you sir. S send me a stock tip. If you don't mind. I mean that seems to be the Flavor of the month right now. And if you're riding the hot hand jim You've got my number. Give me a buzz and let me know. 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Jeff chandler and wade crosby starring in frontier town from sixty eight years ago today february thirteenth nineteen fifty-three all trails lead to trouble. And we thank you for tuning. In on this saturday the thirteenth day of february yes friday the thirteenth felon the saturday this month. It is the forty fourth day of twenty twenty one three hundred twenty one days remaining in the year jesse james in his gang committed the first armed bank robbery in us history during peacetime in liberty missouri on this date in eighteen sixty six in eighteen ninety nine tallahassee florida recording. It's all time coldest temperature of minus two degrees two degrees below zero in new york city. Ask cap the american society of composers authors and publishers established to protect copyrighted musical compositions of its members back in one thousand nine hundred fourteen in one thousand nine hundred twenty. The negro national league formed in one thousand nine hundred ninety five a jury in flemington new jersey found bruno hoffmann guilty of the nineteen thirty two kidnapping and murder of the lindbergh baby. The son of charles lindbergh in one thousand nine hundred seventy one back by american and artillery support south vietnamese troops invaded laos on this date. In one thousand nine hundred. Seventy two greece opened on broadway and in the movies cabaret was released in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy four soviet dissident alexander solta neeson's stripped of his soviet citizenship and departed from russia in interview. He spoke up democracy for his homeland. Democrats say that democracy at its end at all. But what i did say there's a decline in the will and the self confidence and my purpose of the wall is somehow to inspire them inspire. There will make their will more self-confident more firm now in one thousand nine hundred ninety. His soviet citizenship was restored in one thousand nine hundred ninety four. He returned to russia with his wife. Natalia who had become a us citizen he passed away of heart failure in two thousand eight. A fire erupted in the world trade center in new york city on the state in nineteen seventy five in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. A bomb exploded in a refuse truck outside the hilton hotel in sydney australia. Killing two garbage collectors and a policeman the intense february thirteenth hundred seventy nine windstorm struck western washington and sunk a one half mile long section of the hood canal bridge in one thousand nine hundred ninety one. Two laser guided smart bombs destroyed a bunker in baghdad. The bunker being used as a military communication outpost and unknown to allied forces a shelter for iraqi civilians in nineteen ninety. Seven tuneup and repair work on. The hubble space telescope was started by astronauts from the space shuttle discovery. It was twenty one years ago today. The last original peanuts comicstrip appeared in newspapers. It was one day after charles. Schulz died an earthquake measuring six point. Six on the richter scale hit el salvador on this date in two thousand one killing at least four hundred. It really truly is horrific. If you see the conditions that these people are in and to have this sort of fear put in them. Again is a very debilitating thing i know right now. The red cross is looking for more people to come in to be able to help with mental health issues. Just getting people you know trying to think positively and realize that things may be okay and in two thousand four. The harvard smithsonian center for astrophysics announced the discovery of the universe's largest known diamond white dwarf star astronomers name this star lucy after the beatles song lucy in the sky with diamonds passing away on this date in history composer wagner soprano lily. Pons actor david johnson. Best known as the original star of the fugitive actor. Martin balsam musician waylon jennings and pro bowler. Dick weber man whom i admired greatly. I thought he was just an a magnificent bowler born on this date in history Harry truman's wife best. Truman former first lady painter grant wood musician. Tennessee ernie ford. The man who for six fifty six years coached grambling university. Eddie robinson pilot and nasa official chuck yeager who died just last year at the age of ninety seven. The mcguire sisters. Dorothy mcguire actor. Oliver reed peter tork of the monkeys born on this date game. Show host geoff edwards wonderful an amazing personality and musician king. Floyd this is the birthday number hundred eight for actress. Kim novak george seagal turns eighty seven the star of the sequels of walking tall. He also made his mark in the tv show. Called here come. The brides boasts svenson eighty years of aids from greece. And the west wing. Stockard channing said look at me. I'm sandra dee. Seventy seven years old. Today is stockard channing. Jerry springer seventy seven today genesis. Peter gabriel is seventy one actor singer. David naughton sixty nine. His big disco hit making it. Play that on the radio if you can believe it that tells you how old i am. And how long ago was that. I was a disc jockey Denise austin feigned fitness expert sixty four years of age today musician. Henry rollins is sixty and from nash bridges and arrow kelly. Who is fifty three though. Some of the people who celebrate the thirteenth day of february is their birthday. And if this is your birthday a ah and from sixty eight years ago. Today february thirteenth nine thousand nine hundred fifty eight frontier town all trails lead to trouble. That's up next on this saturday edition of classic radio theatre. Maybe you've heard about medishare and you know what it is. It's the affordable alternative to health insurance. Bots you've wondered. 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Absolutely that's why they built in checks and balances to prevent anyone group from seizing all power. And that's why our president is elected by college of elect doors to protect the rights of little state like delaware in wyoming against giants like new york and california after all our country is a republic. The united states of america not the united state are states are independent sovereign powers who created the federal government. Not the other way around. And that's why all power to bigly lies in we the people and the state's not a central dictatorship of cronies. Did you know that. Thank god for the. Us constitution find out. More are amazing constitution and bill of rights protect us. The citizens against power craves politicians in washington. Help us take back. America go to our american rights dot com brought to you by the american media accounts. I wish i knew. More about bruce cells who produced this show. He apparently one other show the most prominent other show that he produced apart from frontier town was the adventures of frank race now in frontier town for the first twenty episodes jeff chandler stars using the name text chandler and god knows why and then he is replaced by another prominent actor read handley who was probably better known as his role has red ryder writer series in the forties. He the same thing happened over in the adventures of frank race or tom collins played frank grace in the first twenty two episodes and then it was handed off to paul doobov. Now why you did. This happen half. I don't know maybe produced the first set of episodes at one sitting and then he couldn't get another actor for the other. I don't know all i know is that of the series both both frontier town and the adventures of frank. Grace are pretty good shows But we have here frontier town this episode originally broadcast february third hundred fifty three. It's entitled the story of the beef contract or as a we have it and they mentioned identified in the show. All trails lead to trouble here on classic radio theater tom. The saga of roaring west frontier town el paso stones the adventure adventurous story of the early west. The tame than the team. The paco's dodge city poker flat. These are the towns. They let him live to fight. Four deeming crucibles. Pioneer freedom audi chat remington frontier lawyer. Cow town lawyer doesn't get too many cases those does get usually pay slowly. If at all. And that's one reason why i have my so called officers up over the dose reloads livery staples which are owned by an x medicine man cherokee o'bannon what i'm getting that. This after the run of broken down a nonpaying clients have had. It was a real pleasure when they buckley and his mother from over in the painted horse. Country came to see me along with lieutenant. Colonel hobby supply office of all the united states poops territory. Even cherokee was impressed. Colonel you might have a few questions very personal question. No not at all about him. What is all that breed on your sleeves genuine goal. Oh no no. I'm not even if it were cherokee. You couldn't up off it to buy a bottle of conduct our disappointing. How very different pointing and now what are you saying. We get down to business. I gather you have a contract. You look over that right dave. Well yeah she had maybe markets anymore more about how anton nations understood. I do it then. The last twenty odd years bringing you up to learn something from what i can see pretty good job in fact. That's what anyone is expected out here from a member of the family s just deed. I i met dave. Here wasn't more knee high to a grasshopper. she was some of gallon. Jug yourself six. Best five cents back on your turn. the outline. i'm not ashamed of it. Four children as a woman's gotta do anything you certainly done. Well mrs buckley or else. We wouldn't be here now not meaning to seem inquisitive but would be good enough to tell me just what the nature this contract is. You want me to look over well. A long and short of justice this gender. we're entering into a contract with the army to supply them with beef and the contract drugs three years pressure. That's great hugh providing prices all right vices more them for an even chance we got no complaint at all not only catch no blasted contract. Money will lose. If we don't deliver the cattle of small government. Used put some forfeiture clause in any contract governor delivery schedule in the contract there. How many are you supposed to deliver. On what times as opposed to deliver a thousand once and then fifty head every two weeks for the remainder of the three years. This is big business where you hoping to get all that cattleman. Oh that's the job dot near and business sale here with the first thousand. I will get the cattle shed. I got that pretty well arranged now with mas health. All right i guess you let me have the contract here. You are running ten big fan pursuing legal document ma. Tell be one thing you still got that recipe that wild panther jews. He who effort you ten out do you. Then what's the mom. Trade you my recipe for drinking laker. If you give me your recipe for that rattlesnake or you're asking the impossible. I got that recipe from old linden online sacred pledge never to reveal it node indian fire sitting bull of course because at formula is ninety five percent full. And if you have misfortunate drink any of your spend the next week written down. He'll fake what about that. Contract chats iraq. Certainly seems to be there except i must warn you that if you failed to meet any of these live dates not only does the contract expire you forfeit ten thousand dollars ten thousand dollars whale of a lot of martin. Now worrying about that chad. We can't raise it. That'll be something. Toronto sam to worry about funny thing as much as a loyal do to protect his client. There are so many factors which not written on facebook and blow a contract. Hire and in the case of mind dave buckley. I soon learned. There was one fact and nobody could have thought not more than a week. After the contract with the army had been signed in my office they've buckley who was out rounding up cattle suddenly saw something which caused into rakia spurs over his pony splints and come racing home. What off get out to you david. Pack done boot. Talk ma this awful awful writing up over ball. What do you think i saw coming through. That pass gambler. Should i know what you saw sheep. That's what i saw sheet. Thousands of the filthy great critter sheep coming here. They must be coming in here. The head right this way they coming in here boy. They got no right to play through country. What can we do. It is open rain. Well it's going to be closed dreams in we're going to close it. Whatever shotgun rifle and six gun. We can lay hands to ma ma. We can't we can't take the law and on hand mccain. Well we got the law on our hands right now that lasted contract we signed with the army and that's all to them she come through here. Need althea feed. We lose everything we got. What are they. I've worked on useful. Will you do what you got me. I'm sending a telegram to chad remington. I'm not going to be shut down or see my neighbor shutdown just because of a lot of good dealer scheepers. Hey command you call you allah payroll. I'm taking my horse riding up over that hill. I wanna have a look at horse valley. That's on the other side of it. Send you broiling. I've seen body many time. I bet you there is mud. Gratitude places grass toll injure share. I know now that we're this close. I want to see it. Navarre's cheap moving understand. Would you know. I think it is better if you do not joe. You're this ranch hombres smashie. I know my reich's look up to their land government laying. We don't have to take nothing for many cattle ranches. You'll see maybe jamaica'd prom well ain't that too bad. I look harrell. My sheep are gonna feed and painted harsh valley even if we have to turn that green grass red with blood or the get to. It didn't happen. don't ask. No dip may maybe deal the whole lot. More the way you're talking you'll have painted horse valley up in arms in a range. War started before on doggone. Dad blame right. i will know. Think mangy sheep herders. A driving cheaper costs mile and to see chad. Just eight the grass. It would be bad enough. But jeep have sharp. Dig up the roots and they'll take years before it grows again chattanooga something we can do without going for guns neighbors feel like your mother does dave. I'm afraid but if you'll give me a chance to go out and talk to the man who owns the sheep will just possibility we. We might be able to come to turn a lot of good talking. It's going to do ma my thirty years you set to get to the point. You're at today how you're almost uneasy. Stick with contract with the government. If you start flying off the handle in throwing lead you know what i mean. The only reason. I worked to tower. So i could leave you something. I'm not here no more all you'll leave davey if you try shootout probably memories. Mother dog gonnit moslo. Let me go out and talk to this man but just once we gonna have no going back and forth going back and forth. What's the manager's name. Miss sheepherder fellow on me we hear. His name is brawling woolly brawling. They call and they say he's got a flock of four thousand sheep driven clear from arkansas. Komo cherokee let's. We'll see if we can chew the fat. With mr brawling maybe pulled a buckley's out of the fire at the same time when i want your advice about my sheep. Remington alaska vert. I haven't tailing sheep since long before the time you were just wet behind the ears. You don't say. I drive a knee sheep. You've got here in the painted horse valley. You won't do much more drive and believe you know and be hanged a lot of good. Your rights are gonna do do you. When when the cattleman start got blasted guns in your face. You wouldn't be trying to threaten me now. Don't have to threaten you gotta brain in your head. you know. i'm right if i got in my head. Why you wrong loud jed. Well in the fist fights. I guess are better than the gun fights although i imagine those who are a little more difficult to deal with moore sound effects perspective frontier town starring jeff chandler from sixty eight years ago february thirteenth nineteen. Fifty-three i'm wyatt cox. And we'll have the news from sixty eight years ago today coming up next when classic. Radio theatre continues. Hey we get it. You don't wanna hearing a progressive commercial right now so. Let us tell you something you do want to hear. You are powerful. 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Notices will be handed out next monday to about two thousand employees of the opposite price stabilization in fact march fifteenth freehill. He'll of the package of control. Orders may be expected within a few days secretary of state. John foster dulles said last night western european nations must moved promptly toward unity or risk. Peril beyond america's power to save them in a radio and tv reports of the american people on these recent survey trip to the continent dulles expressed hope that the next few weeks will being concrete evidence of progress toward approving the six-nation defense community treaty. This calls for a common army to defend against russia. Secretary of agriculture benson has stirred up a hornet's nest of democratic criticism on capitol hill. I telling farmers. They should depend more upon themselves than upon government. Subsidies in the future shocking and an insult of the farmers was the way senator murray. The democrat of montana. Reacted yesterday to the speech. Made by benton in saint paul minnesota thursday night. Senator may the democrat of south carolina said benson showed a lack of common sense and shaping farm policies and demanded he be someone before the senate banking committee which handles farm price support legislation. Federal indictment involving the smuggling of twenty five thousand dollars worth of small arms to mexico returned in dallas yesterday against the famous texas rifle sharpshooter and eleven other men thurman randall. Dallas businessmen among twelve citizens of the country and mexico indicted now sixty two. He holds many medals one in world rifle competition and a richmond. Virginia ice cream merchant yesterday totaled up the last of three thousand five hundred fifty two free cones of ice cream which would have cost one hundred seventy seven dollars. He's given three small boys during the past year. The youths assertive. Cg winston won the right to as many cones as they could eat when their father nabbed a hold up man a year ago as he tried to rob the ice cream parlour. While the manager. James gregory gave stevens seven. Kevin kenneth five and cg winston junior nine a fifty dollar defense mon- half gallon of ice cream a week and the free cone offer by the way the holdup man snatched only fifteen dollars and that was recovered. Some of the day's top news stories reported in the newspapers of friday february thirteenth nineteen fifty-three on your radio frontier town which continues now on classic radio theater want anymore running back up on your way to a couple. You should have thought of that before you through that sneak. Look brawley. came out here to try to help you not to make trouble. I had no oil paint. Now you can help me if you can risk losing four thousand seat at your business. I'd like to save you. The loss save the cattleman from getting hurt and actually say the sheep. Anybody with even one brain in their head knows it. A few sheep of good arrange country for flock flocking small bunches and beat them through the country lightly. Nobody'd be heard you could send somebody a sheep into painted horse valley Few more through valhalla. Passing soul if you did. I don't think even the honoree cattleman at bobby you'd think they'd really be willing to let my sheep through attaway. We don't want any trouble they'll cooperate with okay. I'll do it. I'll split them up you making sense my friend. And if you don't mind o'bannon and i are going to go back. Tell ranch is a good news. Come on chair he. Let's be getting up steam growing congratulations. You're gentleman of rare intelligence peril was you. I want you and the other boards. Keep an eye on a flock. I'm writing up to flagging higher. And every gun hand i can find. I can't get enough there. I'm going to gallup and santa fe and albuquerque. Till i get all need what you do that because i'm driving my four thousand sheep new painted horse valley. Even if i have to leave. I did cowboy every blasted foot. They're going to get war until this valley is black with gunsmoke. We'll return to the second active. All trails lead to trouble exciting town. Adventure in dust of you. A moment february thirteenth nineteen fifty-three frontier town on this saturday. Edition of classic radio theatre balance of nature's fruits and vegetables in a capsule changing the world. One life at a time. I work in healthcare and i haven't gotten even a runny nose. I'm pretty convinced that this is something to do with it. And you know what i will never be without it. It's amazing i'm telling you it's amazing. Balance of nature is now offering thirty five percent off on any new preferred order go to balance of nature dot com today and use discount code. 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Jack benny and we present birthday edition of the jack. Benny program from his birthday. This one goes back to february fourteenth. Nineteen thirty seven eighty four years ago as jack turned forty now was his thirty ninth fortieth birthday well. It wasn't anyway. We will have jack many on on our sunday edition of classic radio theatre but right now the conclusion of frontier town starring jeff. Chandler it's getting ugly from sixty eight years ago february thirteenth nineteen fifty three well not knowing. Then what will he brawling planned. I went back to. The buckley's nasdaq von dave. To see they could range a meeting of all the ranchers in the vicinity figuring. It could get them all together at once. I'd have a fair to midland. Chance of convincing them of what i thought i'd convinced the sheep man on of course was reluctant to waste any time elaborate and she ended but she finally gave her in in. A meeting was arranged for the following afternoon. Meeting was chad vamos. Churchill at president local cattlemen's association boys done quiet down amos admit that i asked him up here. At least my son did enough. Enough make bargains. But no she credits for me earl. Then what was the idea calling this here meet. Because i ain't no sheepherder ninety. No rohingya now. Don't say things behind folks. Mac chance said he wanted to put his proposition up. All of your will. I give them the chains now that you've heard him. I'm telling you how you got to do this. I've got into snack. Contractors you you you've got plenty of rights davey and his your mother. I got the right to turn you over my knee. And what the daylights out here talking about things. You don't know this is rate. It's up to us to keep it if anyone tries to run any sheep across it we dove gone. Well better be out there proven. It's already off other words more. You're insisting that the public lands yours exclusively how can you be so shortsighted. Don't you see if you're persistent this ridiculous and notion you'll live regret regretted if you live at all your order. Now you get off the platform and sit out. I've seen selfish men like you. Precipitate range wars before but this time by glory. It's going to be stuck. It's all that to say somehow or other. This has got to be stopped before you all commit suicide. Your aunt cherokee. Let's get out. It was you who brought remington up here now by golly. Who's going to have to get rid of. And no one is going to interfere with us. Let them sheep trailer over our land. Since you and dave running up here you got your heads together. Quick get rid of him about that aims you darn well. Better know about that mov buckley or we'll run you and your son out of this valley right along with them sheaf right boys. That's all this meeting standards journed. Well i certainly talked toughen positive with you can take it from me. It was sheer bluff. Anyone could set those stockmen from layton their age-old battle with the sheep herders or something even a cow town lawyer. I didn't know however my pessimism changed the wisdom later that afternoon young day buckley. Rasta me out and told me mom wanted to see me out at their place at evening. It certainly sounded as if the old matriarch was either gonna capitulate or compromise somehow or other but knowing that no cases wanting to juries back in the courtroom my son cherokee heels over landed on an errand and like do man i had the proverbial big meal the merchants and drove hotel before riding out for my somewhat. Mysterious meeting with my buckling moon. Was finn golden scimitar. In the sky is pulled up at the ranch house. It was a perfect evening except for the smeller seat on the win. Ask on a moods of course wrong with you dave. Because if i'm not welcome you're not particularly the maas didn't expect you to freeze up on me. Dave mother will. That's a different story. I don't mean it that way. Chad mas back march marchesi. Here stand there on end to change your mind. Sit down chad. Chad chad chad. A dark in here when. It's you light a lamp or something we got our reasons ain't got other reasons right enough. The principal reason is this cheaper spa. The wing ahead of you could've heard them erdem real burden them. No good piece of stove would never done any more to ahead been raised a lump on it. What are we going to do with now. I'm up. That's what shouldn't be sore when he comes to put you win. How man or pune baby painted horse valley is our home dave with a chad. Remington likes it or not. We're going to protect it. Nice but knowing my buckley how hard she worked all holidays how much she wanted to leave something dave so he wouldn't have to go through the agony grief which is marked. Her life can't be too. Although at the time. I was bitter loss to point hatred. Maybe as mark said a piece of stove with never did any permanent harm but it laid out cold for hours while i was still vaguely lifting around on some distant cloud cherokee returned from the errand. That's anymore able to locate me headed from town to the puck place. Founding gus long asser must be talkers booth head off. His is this long or three yard. Equalled hoedown someone coming although there where dave but who's that who's zach many turkey vanden. What are you doing that this time of night. Oban asking you to the same question but same time. I'm out looking for chad whereas now chad why should we know where he is. An appointment at your place at ten o'clock didn't he he. Yeah yeah sure but didn't stay one ten minutes diddy mall where it was ten minutes too long. It's a good thing we run into. You will ban long ride. Go back to town now. Ask might as well. But if he got their her marsal armed to the teeth. Barry's you'll bannon. I wouldn't ask many questions blazes eyewear. I know what you're up to fight all tests done to prior to save you brian to start a fight with them sheet men. Aren't you to smell for your own. Good obin mon you coming along with us just a minute take off. Get it away. He won't get fat. Poll from us and medicine men right. Let go that david. Cobb blessed wash better without a friend behind this. It's better that just freely advantage chain out in the barn chance tied up all covered with. Hey come on the church in the other. that'd be waiting for us. We're going to catch him sheet mcnabb and we're going to have to do it before sunup while all this was happening i finally came back to life trust like a turkey and covered with hay and i couldn't figure out any way getting loose until wriggling around i found. I could make my fingers reach some matches in my pocket. Got the idea from something. I'd read but figured if i could strike a match or to hold the flame under my robes i could burn them loose. I managed to get hold of three matches struck. One held it just under my left wrist and the next thing. I knew that hey was on fire smart lawyer. Hey trust up like a second pig on barbecuing just about his hot thrashed around tried everything. I could only succeed in reading. The blames goose cooking. So was i. When the barn door open cherokee rushed in turkey. Get up at boeing. You wanna come on. I'm tied up. you're almost burned up. Come on we gotta get outta here If you're sure what you think you're so we're in for all they. We're in part because those hollywood racks cut down trees barricaded. The panthers made up license workers out of the valley good grief. Jerry king have started from the number of gun flashes. I see them feek. Men have got an outnumbered five to one. Don't keep keep going. Hey cherokee look because someone come and riding away from hull. Hawaii was that you really have this with a church. The media off of on the air. Mike men shut already and i was going to see if i get some help. They must outnumber us ten to one. Current was good at his word. I got here. They got the united states army. Who i said cherokee oversee the current learning early this afternoon and say what all this beef. They've got an interest in this valley to come on up chair. I guess is no way rightly ten feet of what we've done to you after all you've done for us apologize ma this along. As you've learned your lesson western. The open range doesn't belong. You think most mozzano sneaked out through the whole sheep. Herders bullet particular. I'm i'm a string. Got my backup now. Ireland matter may dr abandoned prescribe genuine cherokee and rattlesnake oil. Taking just four meals so happen followed with me and i'll be very happy. Selena reduced price a genuine bargain. Cashman that hog worst. Nobody tell you what. I do so happens that i just have one bottle of that stuff. I used to making outrageous that stuff your time. What's happened to you cherokee turning down a deal like that. I'll tell you chad. What solemn into drank stuff at least the amount like an. Oh don't expect us to believe that one you cherokee work with axiom possible impossible impossible of on a redskin imbibing and some red eye and turning pale. Even a school kid knows the answer. That one goal copybook. maximum two ribs. Don't make away here. Towns dying tex chandler and featuring way bras rouge elle's production story direction by paul franklin music written and play by ivan. Sure it'll be with us again same time next week for another fine action. Adventure story with your favorite young western star tex champion now. This bill form telling you that frontier town came to you. From there you have it from february thirteenth nineteen fifty-three frontier town here on this saturday. Edition of classic radio theatre. 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Shaw but meanwhile let's go out to jags home in beverly hills. Where even as you and i rochester is filling out his income tax. Let's see name rochester. Van jones occupation butler chauffeur cook gardener. Ballot masseur window washer and author what to do in your spare time now. Let's see exemptions if married and your wife or husband had no income or this is a joint return of husband and wife list all husband read that again if married and your wife or husband at no income or this is a joint return of husband and wife list y husband. That's what it says. What the form says sam said. Well what i'm single and have no wide. Aw husband sea. Hinder your total wages all rochester. What are you doing. I'm going out my income tax. Mr bennett certainly is complicated. All i'll help you with it if you like. I sure would all right. Let's see the form from all rochester. Look at all the occupation you listed. You don't work that hard. I don't know. I got housemaid's me clear up to the hip at that point. Middle aged spread digs over. As if you want me to help you pay attention. Let's see your income. What was your income last year to tell certainly put down the salary i pay. You cannot write in reading reading. Why i want them to know. I'm blushing never mind. Now for the next question list any extra money you received as gratuities gifts or bonuses from your employer. oh boy Rochester yes finisher income tax sign it and mail it in an. I'm going down to my ball to get some money. I owe frankie remedy ten dollars. What all of the silly thing. I bet him that he couldn't go a whole day without taking a drink liquor anyone. Yeah just my luck. He sat on a rusty nail. And got your. I'll be back in a few minutes. Rochester he is dark in here. Alligators don't see irving sick last week. Hope that veterinarian. I sent down made them feel better. All areas high irving jeez fatter than ever come to think of it. I remember the marion going down. But i don't remember him coming up. Oh well if i get a bill. No he's all right. Well here's the ball. Think were all who goes their friend or foe friend. What's the password. You can take it with you mr banney. Yeah so how you feeling. Oh i'm find today. But yesterday i had a terrible fright really yes. It was just awful. I woke up. And i i couldn't see a thing. Gee what did you do. I cut my hair. Oh well i need some money at. I'll have to open the safe. let's see. what do you kneeling down for. Where you're gonna hit me over the head. Aren't you know and all of that will be necessary. Let's see the combination is right to forty five left of sixty back. Fifteen then left to one ten there. Say ed the alarm. Sound a little weaker than usual. I'll tell you in a minute. I'm counting the dead gophers but see a ten dollar bill. That'll take care ramle. I'm taking mary to romanoff's for dinner tomorrow. So i better take another five dollars. Take six one dinner to well. I better be going so long in by mr benny. Drop me a postcard now. And then sometimes it gets lonesome. Yeah they add. How long have you been down here. Oh that's been years and years. I guess i sort of lost track. Well we can figure it out Remember the day you brought me down here. It was your birthday. You were thirty. Eight key is been that long. Well ed you can't stay down here forever. Have you ever thought of going up. I have when my time comes. And gabriel no. No no no not not that far up just i mean just upstairs upstairs. Oh mr banney. Rt easing not to. You've been down here for years and years and years and just for a little vacation that i'm gonna take you up with me right now. We'll show take muscat now. That won't be necessary. I'll let's go ahead. Apollo me all right. Be careful what happened. You forgotten chain me. Oh there there we are. Now let's go here coming in. Yeah but i'm getting dizzy. I hope my nose doesn't believe you'll be alright. Well here we are. This is the libraries. Ooh what's the matter. Something hurts my eyes. all you'll get used to. It's the light from this lamp here. Lamp yes you see. All the light comes from this. Little bulb is filled with electric. Oh it's been still flying that kite no you don't understand it. I'll explain it to you later right now. I want you to meet rochester chester. You like med. He works for me too. Oh when you bring him up no no no he stays. He stays up here all the time. I was just playing the winners in the bars. You found the gasman ed. He's the one who's been guarding my volve. Oh glad to know you. And i you ed. You don't have to curtsey rochester. Ed may be hungry. Take him in the kitchen and show them the refrigerator refrigerator. That's something new. And i don't care if i like it i'll eat it. You don't eat the refrigerator. You eat things inside you see. It's a place to store things like ham cheese steaks. Caviar and turkey one is rochester. you'll learn something new everyday toby plenty. You're only confusing. And it's hard enough to explain. I'll get the door. You take ed in the kitchen. Get him something to eat. Calming coming jack. Hi don come on in okay and follows. Oh you brought the sportsman with yeah. Hello boys Done don i meant to call you. We're not having rehearsal until tomorrow wired about jack but the boys are prepared a very beautiful number for the they'd like you to hear it right now. They're going out of town for few days. I'm business no no no. They boys took their wives fishing at lake mead last week and they're going back there again. Yeah we could go. What are they going to. fish for. The tenors wife. She fell out of the boat wednesday by all means. Let's hear them saying. I mean she must be awfully tired. Treading water go ahead. Boys ring me see tired of dreaming. Same old go down. My mind relaxes life about taxes. San san me. Some man here jack. 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All these years few minutes ago i brought him upstairs and i want you to meet him commodities in the kitchen with rochester rochester rochester. Where's that he's in your bedroom lying down. he's exhausted. yeah. I guess i showed him too much for the for one day. What'd you sean. The esquire calendar. Well maybe the rest will do good after all must be quite a three. Oh my goodness that's it. He's in trouble. Come on ed ed. What's the manner horrible looking man. Get him outta here. Get him out of here. What man please. Please make him go. Hey i'll turn the mirror around. Now look at your a bundle of nerves. Now there's the bed. Why don't you just relax for a while. All right mr benny g. this bad is comfortable. I could stand on it for hours. No no you're not supposed to stand you're supposed to lie down on this -at's right now. Close your eyes and take a nice map. i go to sleep at. Come on down for eddie's got so much to learn certainly ask. Excuse me down. Someone at the door mr san man. Send me a dream. oh hello. dana's hello mr benny. I just stopped by to ask you if it's alright. If i miss rehearsal tomorrow the sportsman. I'm to be there either. Well i guess it's okay. Why do you want to miss rehearsal. Commit suicide suicide again. I may miss the broadcast to manus. Yeah dennis look caffeine. Now all right dennis. I'll go along with you this time. Now how how are you going to commit suicide. Well i'm going to hang myself and take poisoning jump off the roof and shoot myself. Oh i see now dennis. Any one of those methods would qilya. Why are you going to do all of them. My middle name is westinghouse. And i want to be sure. That's a pretty good job now. Let's get serious and forget about student about suicide. yes sir what. Are you going to sing. After i'm gone dennis you are without a doubt. The silliest kid i've ever known in my life you are just mad because george gobel is younger than you are. Well he won't always be dana's westinghouse turn out the light in your mouth and go home. Yes sir goodbye. That is the doors this way. Well i'm going up on the roof and jump off okay but not on my petunias goodbye. By what a crazy kid. His head wasn't tied onto his shoulders. Nobody knows the difference. I guess i have running along to jack. Pause samana rochester losses. Said is gone but it mean gone just in my bedroom i know but i went to bring him some milk and crackers and he wasn't maybe he's wandering around the house somewhere. That's what i thought at first. But then i saw that. The door from the bedroom to the patio was wide open. I trace his footsteps. Komo's fans i hope. He didn't climb the pens. He tried to our. The electricity discouraged him what his next few footsteps were. Ten yards this awful poor. Eddie's a confused man he won't know what to do or where to go. We've gotta find him. No telling what can happen to inject we get on the police station. You're right russia. You stay here in case he comes back. come on. let's go look mr benny. Would you please relax believe me. We're doing everything we can to find your friend but sergeant. I'm worried i'm nervous. We've been here three hours and nothing's happened. Is there anything i can do to help. Stop pacing up and down. I can't help it. Whenever i'm nervous i have to pace up and down. Well at least get off my desk. I'm sorry i'll look jack. Just quiet down. Take it easy. I'm sure everything's going to be all right. I hope so. Don t pour it lost in a big city like this and it's all my fault Say mr benny yes. Yes mr benny. It's a long shot but they're bringing in the afternoon lineup and your friend may be in good. Where are they were here. They come now mr bennett. Can you identify anyone in this group. All of them. That's my orchestra. Bachelor your orchestra. Yeah okay take away fella. The first time they've all had the same beat jack. We're not getting any plays hair. 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I dunno well. If you're in this building i didn't what if you don't know anything. What are you doing in that role. I'm a test pilot for life. Boy i just took a shower. Jaguars missing persons bureau. Right across the hall Look there's no sense in the both of us going in there. I'm gonna stick with a desk started. We were talking to okay down. I'll see you later. Wonder who's running this department officer officers. Are you in charge of the missing. persons bureau. Kept in o'shaughnessy is well. I'd like to talk to him so would i. He's been missing for three weeks. Maybe you can help me. I want to report a missing person. All right thank you now. I want you to give me all the information. You and mr. Benny all recognize me. I guess you must have seen me on. Tv you like me. Oh you don't like me. Why watch my program. Why torture yourself. I don't like either now. Look i didn't come here. Hello hello is this the missing persons bureau. Well this is. Mr hearn at three two three all call ask you what can i do for you. Wife has disappeared. He's been gone for three days now. And i thought perhaps you could help me find region certainly try. Could you describe for me. Well jeez both feet tall and weighs three hundred and twenty pounds twenty pounds. She's pigeon toed. She has no teach. You have a war on her nose. Thick lips crossed is a very bad complexion. And all the heck with it war crazy. Who mr bennett. I was reporting a missing person. Oh that's right. He's an employee of mine. And i h hello yes he's here here it's yuba say san man you put me to sleep. Hello you're gonna relaxed boss. I found out and he's all right. You found them. Gee that's wonderful news. Rochester we're was he ain't gonna closet fly into why what happened. He went outside and he said he saw red and yellow dragon eating up a lot of people red and yellow dragon. What was it just passengers getting on the sunset. Tell him not to be afraid rochester. I'm coming right home. Ed at believe me. It wasn't a dragon. I've told you five times was a bus that takes on people. It's a mode of transportation transportation. I didn't see any horses. They don't need horses anymore. They have motors now. Look ed calm down. you're downtown. We'll go to a picture show. You'll enjoy that i. I'd rather not mr benny what i've seen enough. Would you please take me back down to the all you want to go back to the also soon why well it's so peaceful and quiet down there. Everybody up here is in such a hurry rushing around all excited. There's noise and confusion be really happy. Look look i like it down there in the vault mr benny. There's nothing to disturb. Frighten me i. I'd like to go back. Well all right. Ed case you ever wanna come up again. Just just let me know. Thank you but i don't think i will all right ed rochester. I'm gonna take it back down to the ball so long. Goodbye man here we are at. Let's go down. Ladies and gentlemen the very best. 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Died today now. On classic radio theater we head back to february thirteenth nine thousand nine hundred fifty six seventy nine wistful vista and we hear from berber. Mcgee and molly again. We invite you to listen to the transcribed adventures of fibber mcgee. And molly joe is written by phil leslie and directed by max. A long distance call came for mr mcgee while he was downtown. This morning mrs mcgee took the message and she's giving it to him now and i said you weren't at home so he said to tell you that clifford parker caused. Does that mean anything to you. Parker what else you say well. He said he went to high school with your back yard. And he's going to be in thomas afternoon. He's looking forward to seeing you park partner. I told him you'd be here all afternoon. He said fine. He'll be here around two o'clock to high school in man saying what was the name of that kid that his mother and the stable remember him. Let me think let me think he had a sister and she and i oh clapping injure. That was the name emma klopp. Emma you sure his name was emma. I don't remember any guy named emmitt. No not the boy's name. His sister was named emma. Ooh yeah yeah she the one that he looked with that traveling salesman that dry goods drummer from des moines. If you know that was the moseley girl alana kept falling off the hey the night at the senior picnic and remember. Oh sure we had so many kids packed on that. Hey frame that every time anybody took a deep breath somebody got pushed over the side. It fun though. I was a very popular girl at night i had a date with you and notice gad. Volatile both wanted sat on each side of me all the way that slob. I never did trust that guy. I know you didn't remember on the way home. Ed myers turned his pet mice. Loosen the hey well. None of us was looking and one ran across your ankle. Use scream when i heard you scream wheeled around and busted old oldest right in the puss without asking any questions for did. He handle his nose and jumped up. Bumped into three or four. The other kids in the moseley girl fell off the wagon again. She looked decide. Those were the days but who the heck is clifford. Parker almost forgot about him. Well he must not have made much of an impression with you in school. Let's say wasn't there kind of a skinny kid in your class that nobody likes us to follow you. Big boys around all the time. Ooh shoot war. Yeah that's him. That's the guy. Whiny parker mining always complaining about something always whining. I plus kids wouldn't let him play football with this. After school he'd hang around and beef wanna take his football home stuff like that stupid kid two guys around all time. Just big pests. That's all he was. What the heck does he wanna see me for. Oh i don't know you were at the school together. I guess he just wants to renew and all friendship. We never had a friendship. Molly maybe he did with me. But i never did with him. The only reason. I let him follow me around all the time because all man parker and the candy store and whiny always had a pocket full of jelly beans. Maybe he's coming to bring you. Some jelly beans probably expects to give me that old pal routine and evanston vitamin to spend a few days with something so we can follow me around all he used. Well he'll be here in a couple of hours and you can see. I got a big disappointment waiting for him. Because i will be here may get you. Why told the man you'd be home this afternoon. You can't run out on him like that and why not leaving out on the front door. That says sorry. We had to go out for the day and we'll get down kramer's drugstore and play the pinball machines all afternoon get your hat and a bunch of nichols. I don't know mcgee. I don't feel right about ducking out on the man like this. Well i mean well those pinball games. I'd rather stay home. I got a better idea. I'll take you down to walk small shop for lunch and we'll hang around there for a couple of hours. Well i know lunch. Cook no dishes to wash what he did it. You talk me into it all go back the car to on your face and grab your hat. Let's go to war. I'm glad we ran. India down here mr limbaugh. Yeah care for another cup of coffee. Wally no thank you mr miki. I really must been long minute. Why don't you hurry now. I frankly it's just so nice at my house these days. I like to hurry home and enjoy it sweetie face. My big old wife hasn't said one crossword to me for the week Wonderful i'm glad to hear that. Sounds like she must have had to change your heart No we was a change of nylon. Actually she put on her night on stockings. Were last week. Went out cold weather. We had and caught the most delightful case of laryngitis. She can't make a sound piece. It's wonderful well. I hope it isn't any you doing or anybody. No thanks car. we're fine good lunch. You can hit me again. With the jaffa cora coming up we gotta kill some more time to home anyhow is located here with another cup of coffee is beginning. You married a brave man if this coffee of wall don't kill anything but time we'll all be lucky. Did i hear you mentioned your wife's got laryngitis. Headed almost two league. Yes can't talk. well now. I've got just the stuff for it before you leave. I'll put a slug of it in a battle for no no no saito clear up their throat. A person five minutes you know. My aunt made it up from an old recipe on. I say no thanks. I really don't want thank me. Glad to let you have some. I got some in the kitchen out there. And i don't want to sound ungrateful but you just live your own life car. I knew how to live mine so long. Thanks to coffey. I'm sure we're little character. Isn't he He has his problems all right car. What time you think we ought to go home again. Three o'clock layton up. Oh it'd be safe by then. Yeah i'm dodging the guy this afternoon core guy. That's come into the house at two o'clock to see me. Oh i know how that goes. Believe me i'm not home much of course working down here all the time the mind for marvin he gets those crumbs all day long. What do you mean bill collectors. Who else you know. Mark was sitting in the room opened out of form sheet last week. And who does he see coming up the front steps but the installment guy from the furniture store wail he jumps up runs out the back door and right there on the back steps. You fall smack dab over the gas. I'm flatter than one of wall angel. Well we're not in any trouble with our bill collectors. this guy. i'm today's an old schoolmate car guy went to high school with. This is an old friend why you're ducking. Oh that's just the exact point whiny parker and there was a friend of mine. We just happened to go to school together. That's all high. School will always following mcgee around be pissed. I never gave a hoot for the kid. One way or another and i sure couldn't see wasting the afternoon with him today so we decided to come on waist down here instead as long as we've got another article. Maybe i will have a piece of pie now. That chapel coming right up. Yeah put a scoop of ice cream on mine. Too long escaped a very boring afternoon. Might as well live it up right right. Put two scoops on each mom. Cora what the heck. It's only money a you. Got your door kindle. I'll pick up the papers. What's new hope. You're mr parker didn't wait around for us. I feel guilty about this. Forget it was an old friend somebody. I like to stay home. You know that. But whiny parker paper says rain tomorrow. Maybe what's the headline anything interesting about the usual. Democrats accused the republicans. Senator denies contract for republicans accused the democrat arnold day in washington Man and Says on the way to capital and his. Oh oh no what is it. Oh my gosh listen. It says clifford h parker oklahoma. Oil millionaire stops today to confer with walk. You mean winey park a millionaire. Oh my gosh. i'm ball heaven quick. I wonder hurry staying. Good old parker. My old school rich. He's an oilman. Oh greater quick. Gimme covered parker. The millionaire where he's staying but he's rich you can find him car every place. We gotta find him emergency. This is ridiculous must have been in the mailbox when we came in. Let me read that again dear. Fear wanted to take you. And mrs mcgee out to dinner and a little nightclubbing. Sure look forward to seeing you. I missed you. He sorry signed. Whiny parker shred dead. Red look i call that ritsma's ritsma's eighteen times and he's been out all evening. You think auto try once more. It's midnight go to bed. Why didn't he tell you he was rich. Twenty phone this morning. I ahead any idea. My old schoolmate was a millionaire. I stayed home. God bad okay song everybody tomorrow. 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I'll do anything for you. It was written in pencil neatly carefully as if she wanted. Every word to count and led to well kid a scared kid and murder and now back to box thirteen and dan holidays. Newest adventure delight wants to. That's a great observation. Says what brings it on trying to figure out what she looks like. Well i think i could. Virtue allies her visualized. Dry the big ones until you're gonna handle the small one's pretty mean mr holiday awhile until i get back from mrs karen number. Two four five avenue is right in the middle of black neighborhood on what is known as the other side of the tracks. I had no trouble finding the mailbox mark or the flat number four painted in white on the door. I knocked mrs karen. Let me about forty-five worried looking while she wasted. No time you help me. Maybe you'd better tell me how before i answer that. I haven't much money and money doesn't matter mrs karen. Just telling you what you want. You don't take money. I don't understand. I'll explain later. I let's see what you've got to say all right. It's about my boy if nickname his real name is reginald. Mr holiday dan for sure thank you. Well he's in jail for stealing. Mrs karen. I am not a detective. I never worked against a lie. I know that sounds well stuffy. But that's the way it is break. The law said he was in jail. I know he didn't do it. Do what it was arrested. Two days ago somebody broke into a store and robbed a cashbox why was arrested for the owner of the store. Thought was if you seems to holiday my boy he got in bad company about a year ago. It was mixed up in something so it looks bad for him now. He didn't do it when they arrested at me. Said he didn't have a lawyer. he doesn't need one. Oh why not because. He says he did it. Let me get this straight mrs karen. At first he denied it now. He admits or maybe maybe bef- realizes that he well. I think he knows better than tonight something like that. Yes go to seem to find out for yourself. And if i decide he's guilty. You won't have to come back here. I love beth you i. I'm a fan of your mother's she's all right she she's okay. Sure i just came from you. Your mother asked me to help my holiday dan holiday thirty not saddam mouthpiece lawyers the word you're looking for. I don't want none a lot. Not unless let me along with you. All what's your racquet mr. It makes any difference. I'm a writer writing books and stuff. I don't get it when you want with me story of my life or something. Maybe i'd like to write something. Good about blow. Oughta here. Where yeah i told you. I just came from your mother. She asked me to help you. Yeah i guess she would see. She doesn't think he broke into that store. I said i did to. You said you didn't look. I get a better rep saying i did. It was easy on a guy when you don't put up a squawk that's why i said i didn't then i did you know i. I think you're lying right. You think i'm lying so go ahead and think it get outta here instead away from maya hear me you just stay away just a minute get out of here and don't come back. No more dot com back. You didn't know what to say is lying or there was a great big help and i call cling got into find out a few more things which i might have been able to get without him. Yeah i got what you want and biff. Karen year ago picked up a stealing tires. First defense probation more scrapes. Nothing serious on the list and if this is proved on him proved he admitted nothing approved and he denied it. at first. your sure. Alibi was that he'd been to a movie. Couldn't be proven now that he stick. Yeah but all of a sudden. He admits breaking into that store. That's it you're interested. her. I am is mother. Asked me to help who now looked in. the kids. got into trouble sure. His mother won't believe most mothers won't but this looks fishy because biff admits he goes to prison. That's the general idea. But if he thought he had a chance to stay up. Don't you think you try to find. Maybe he's looking for a light rap. I don't believe in the ideas line. And i can't help departments homicide. Yeah i know. Well thanks for the information. I'll see you later. I thought about it. Some more. And the more i went around in my head. The mortlake phony seems scared. Eager to take the rap for the breaking and entry job. Why why do that prison want to say the owner of the star and he wasn't sure it was didn't make any difference either because of the police admission of guilt so i went home. Let myself into my apartment. You don't need to light jam lows. That door is a draft. I catch call easy. If we're going to get better acquainted. We should see each other. Don't you think. I don't wanna make any more friends while you haven't okay. Thanks i love cigarette. All i know match shame to your face. It'll get by. Just make sure that yours test. Am i supposed to figure that one you already did. Yeah i guess it didn't look i went. Who ever gonna let me talk. I'm just curious. That's all okay. I get a pass key. A skeleton You're satisfied you mind if i talk. Now i'd be charmed what we talk about you. That's a very interesting subject. I was born to wealthy parents. Small lodge back back in a couple of days and will kill each other all fine. I'll have a cake baked. want nothing. they're easy game please. It's a virtue. I take it. You don't have many of those awful impolite. Layoff karen kit. So that's the purpose of this chiming visit the other till guess is you don't need i suppose not. Okay just remember. Layoff the kirin kid. And if i don't answer me a question when gladly is it guys book's worth more when he's dead than when he's alive certainly but action stops limited supply greater than the demand. Okay just don't make your heirs rich people and you could do an holiday real easy. It's something to think about isn't it. I stay right way. i'm gone all must've been so romantic conversation with the mysterious stranger in the dark. I could've brought flowers. But you'll remember that along Okay now. I knew bit at a motive for admitting the robbery. What the motive was was a different color on a different horse. I turned on a light. Pleasant part in that little taytay left to remind cut into my chicken left a mark a couple of is i thought i thought finally i figured out a mangle tie it up so the next morning i went back to see the head just as i was around the corner of carter. Okay kid now just keep a stiff. Upper lip z had company. The voice of that turtle was the same as the guy would play tag with me the night before and he had a ring on his finger. A big ring past and i went to beth. He'll again. i i to talk to you. But i don't wanna talk to you mr ad company. The new company. No no no. I didn't on our who has How friend of mine get out of here. My jump business you. I am your pal gave me this okay. So we hung went on. You and i didn't like it so you should learn to mind your own business. I told you. listen beth. I was asking this mother. I mean let alone. If you're trying to be tough guy just doesn't hang right on you saw grill into it. Sure sure that's what i'm afraid of. That's what your mother's affairs. beat it. have you come around here again. I'll holler gajah backyard. All right then i'll talk to you know. Don't go near a. She's all right now. But but what nothing beated. I gone call a gadget troy here. Okay i'll go as mother that much. I guess and it was willing to go to prison rather than i robbed that store. How could a thing like that time with. A mug would come to see me. The robbery was cheap stuff not likely that include like my stuck in taking the rap for him so i went back to cling still beating a brains out on. I have other people do it for me now. I could see that nasty cut. Let me look at you rogues gallery taking all the guy who sled you might recognizing. I got a short look at him in the jail today. Okay let's release. See anybody know jed. Yeah who is. Let's see name gillies. Cicero strong-arm hood was was he working for freelance artist. Anybody can higher priced not cheap. Explains it does okay. Let me look whoever's behind. This didn't wanna use any of his own monks. So you hide this to intimidate me. I can pick him up for you. Scare the rest of them off. So what's next besides biff afraid for his mother cling at kids protecting her. Why i don't know you make a move to pick up gilly that'll make this mother. Motherhood sure setup it makes sense. I listened to me a favorite when you have one of your boys tale gilly when he lied someplace. Let me know. wait a minute. You could get hurt. I was gonna do stick my nose in where it belongs. I don't like gilly. And i don't like what he stands for allied box. Thirteen delinquencies dilemma as it was broadcast february thirteenth. Nineteen forty eight. 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Watch him go in office building on where you don't feel wait until he left. And then yes. And i'd like to see mr mr mr who Mr on the interoffice. What's your name sessile hauling. Yes just a moment. Oh thank you thank you. Yes sir yes sir. It is i for him. Need any brushes brushes brushes. I see i carry a full line. What is this the brush off a little joke. you crazy. well. Mr mr rangel hauling. Do i need one. Who sent you here. Nobody i found it all by myself. Stay right there any mac. Watch this carry low eddie mack. Now talk jolly okay. At this is a gag is in yeah. I guess i'm in the wrong office. I was opposed to pull rib on somebody and i. Well i guess. I got in the wrong office side about it minute. Who sent you nobody. I told you this is a gag. Guess it backfired. You must try the gag too often. Somebody pays did you. Oh no no no no well thanks. Thanks a lot. I wondered if i talk myself out of that. I didn't because when. I got downstairs to my car. I noticed a man following me but i found out something. Kelly was working for the office. Who was it. Took me two hours to shake this shadow when i got back to playing untold. You'll crazy fool. You'll you'll dope that i found. Didn't i sure. show your founder. listen. I still don't who i was already know. That wouldn't let me out of that. Office claim your sure. Your shadow sure gilly gets back. He'll find out and he knows you before that happens when the lineup manuals pete rackets here gangster got a record not that we could put on him is smart dan. Little guys take the rap before and pays off when they get out. What's he's angling all is. How's he tied with karen could certainly the member of his gay. At least i don't think so he's got to be an angle. Wait a minute. What are they gotta listen. It was a big for a warehouse robbery. Like one of oslo's jobs but there's nothing to tie him in and there was a watchman. Killed was robbery night of the sixteenth. One time. Eleven thirty sixteenth. That's an out of the store robbery. One admitting to sure suppose the kid was passing on his way home from that movie and saw the whole thing but he's afraid to talk because they threaten his mother if he does that. Dirty eagles listen. I'll sent us do that. And you put this mother on the spot get biff here instead cling sent for him and things office. I don't know nothing. Let me go back about birth. Your testimony is the only thing that'll give us a break. I robbed that store that night. Now let me go back. Listen to me. I gonna listen to nobody. What are you trying to do. I told you. I rob the place. What have we are. The police have arrested. The real work. I know you haven't because i would have been let out. We'll protect your mother and you. Nothing to protect. Learn can with the conclusion of box thirteen february thirteenth nineteen forty eight in four minutes on classic radio theater. 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Getting more than one faith for breakfast at mcdonalds. It's all part of a days work but up up by prices and participation may not be combined with any other offer or combo meal single item at regular price. And you're listening to classic radio theater on your favorite station now. The conclusion of box. Thirteen starring alan ladd february thirteenth. Nineteen forty eight. Let me talk to him alone. Please okay then. I hope that day come soon when kids will realize the police aren't their enemies but they're friends gonna do any good. Mr scott now listen. Don't say anything until i finished. Good now you're protecting your mother. You're also protecting something else. A gang of vicious men. You're protecting them from the law. Protecting murders with your giving them the chance to go out and do the same thing all over again. Don't you see that. I ain't gonna say nothing i wanna do is be let alone. I wanna go back to jail. Now let me go. Please give your your about sixteen and you've got a whole life ahead of you but if you go to prison protect crooks a record of they'll say you didn't talk it in squeal a great guy out of you. What make of the menu protecting a bunch of arrogant cocky parasites who got away with this. Let me alone. i ain't gonna say another thing. Yeah that's an interesting okay. The kid well no. He's our only chance to put vaseline his gang where they can grow a nice coat of mole. Yeah these two scared. You won't talk clean. You wouldn't talk that. Killing the current got the whole thing in our laps got violent on a murder rap. That kid talks i. it doesn't matter. Listen i i hate to say this. But we've got the double-cross big what have you got. Mind i listen. Don't let anybody into seeing keep all visitors way by because he's gonna talk a you crazy. Listen i've got friends at the start time. They're going to break a startling smoke bosnian out in the open where you can smash them. You mean tread a story about the kid talking and that's it but his mother. We won't break the store into line there with her. Listen you crazy fool. Those guys don't kin once. They say they're gonna do a thing they'll do it. You let that story hit. The streets will go through with it. Takes ten years. I know i know but we know before won't talk so keep visitors away from basel trying to get to his mother. Don't you see that's the only way it can really keep different talking. Get his mother and hold until kid decides to keep quiet but no buts lou. Make the story look as though sensational developer expected in the warehouse. Murder just enough to make vase and think the kid might talk to the stock times. Picks up the story by promising the whole thing the page scoop and on the level. I waited until the will run. The story was just what we wanted. Only a hint that developments were expected. Then i drove through the neighborhood where biff and his mother lives when police around. It had a legitimate than i went up to mrs kern. I you'll be all right sties on the street and i'm skin and we should be getting company scan. Not for me to be. He'll be ride. they can't get to him on. This is all over. They won't be able to. Who what what. If something happens admiral. Now quick get into bed to sleep. I can't tend to be asleep. No you wake up wake up you never mind get up get dressed. Come on are you. I said never mind get dressed back closer in the long allied. You don't need light. Go ahead get your clothes. Don't close the door between the rooms and stay in the light from outside step on still standing in the draft. Kelly nice meeting you. Dr know i don't you you all right. Jen sure