17 Burst results for "Amy Whites"

"amy whites" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"amy whites" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"So we actually we were so excited about Don dis obituary, there's a couple of things on the homepage of the overlooked. We actually have a little video of him. Tagging which is really cool, but we also assigned a companion piece, and we got archive photos of graffiti and Edward Lee, whose chef who grew up in Brooklyn tagging and doing graffiti as a teen wrote a piece about what his memories of doing graffiti as a kid, and the talks so much about how part of the reason he became a chef was that he longed for that thing of creating something that would disappear and in some ways every night when you cook as a chef it's the same thing. So it's a really beautiful piece or putting both these together, and they'll be in the paper next week together as well. In our last moment. What why do you think this has really resonated with people franca the series overlooked? I think the question, you know, like one of those meaning of life questions is what do you want your orbits very to look like. So I think that feeling is that no one wants to be overlooked. So there I think you find in each of these stories the sense of oh, this is what this person did to make meaning of their life. And it's inspiring even when they struggle even may fail. You see a lot of the trying. What do you think? Amy whites resonating with people while I heard from a lot of readers who said, you know, this is the first time I feel seen in a long time. And I think that really resonates with the title overlooked that a lot of people feel like in their day to day. They don't get the recognition that they deserve. Especially marginalized groups people of color women who fight for their voices to be heard. I just think that this really spoke out for them. And it meant a lot to them to see their struggles captured in these tales. My guests have been obituaries editor, Amy pod, Donnie and archival, storytelling editor, Veronica chambers. The name of the series is overlooked, and you can find it at the New York Times website, ladies, thank you so much for coming in. Thank you. This is all of it on WNYC. I'm shumita Basu from the WNYC newsroom. As commercial news outlets in New York continued to cut back. The WNYC newsroom is growing WNYC. Reporters are your eyes and ears in public hearings at courthouses and in our neighborhoods..

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"amy whites" Discussed on X96

X96

09:15 min | 2 years ago

"amy whites" Discussed on X96

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"amy whites" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"amy whites" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Now, ladies and gentlemen, put your hands together coming to the stage. And then he rises like from the orchestra pit. It's just like he comes out of nowhere. Sunglasses. Here's what it looks. Like, it looks like it's a cross between a solid form and a transparent for form. It's what you would think. Ghost would look like. Is a freaking creepy. The ghost of ROY put the people are there and he's singing all the songs, and it's it's weird. Because it's in three d so you could see dimension dimensions. It's bizarre. So I guess they're having success with it. And you mentioned the audience of that show. The next one. They're going to do is any wine house, man. There. Amy White House holograms going on two and two thousand nineteen that's going to be very creepy. The way she died and seeing that. But you could just looks like a ghost. It's creepy. So there's a whole thing that wants this thing becomes really popular. Then you're going to get you know. You know, you can do the big three Michael Jackson, prince Elvis. It's. Whatever you wanna call it. And you could probably make a lot of money with it. So once this thing really takes hold and they see how successful it is. And how easy it is. You're.

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"amy whites" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"amy whites" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Now, ladies and gentlemen, put your hands together coming to the stage. And then he rises like from the orchestra pit. It's just like he comes out of nowhere. Sunglasses. And here's what it looks. Like, it looks like it's a cross between a solid form and transparent form. It's what you would think ghost with. Is a freaking creepy. The ghost of ROY orbison. Yeah. Oh, but but the people are there and he's singing all the songs, and it's it's weird because it's in three D. So you could see dimension the Mitch. It's bizarre. So I guess they're having success with it. And you mentioned the audience of that that show especially in Florida. The next one. They're going to do is any White House. Down. Amy White House holograms going on tour two thousand nineteen that's going to be very creepy. The way she died and seeing that, but it just looks like a ghost, it's creepy. So there's a whole thing that wants this thing becomes really popular. Then you're gonna get. You know, you could do the big three Michael Jackson prince Elvis, you know, it's. It's whatever you wanna call it. And you could probably make a lot of money with it. So once this thing really takes home, and they see how successful it is it how easy it is. You're going.

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"amy whites" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

12:27 min | 2 years ago

"amy whites" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"When she was about to hit the peak of her popularity for those few years before her death in two twenty eleven Amy wine. House was everywhere photos everywhere. Interviews videos, posted all over the place talk show, monologues and late night. TV shows a lot of focused on her personal problems struggle with addiction. And it all left a certain image of Wayne, Amy White House and a lot of people's minds. But you're about to hear from Lakewood is a guy who knew Amy very well Blake is a photographer was one of her closest friends, and when you look at the photos that he took of her during their time together, and you get a very different image than what was in the gossip press at the time. He's got photos of Amy backstage before shows taking time for herself at home getting away from it all and like riding a horse on vacation he's compiled a hundred and fifty of these photos into a brand new book, which she just has titled Amy White House. So when I got a chance to talk to Blake what about these photos, and the friendship. He went all the way back to the beginning. Back to a moment in January two thousand eight at Kelly Osbourne's house and of this fond reminiscence of when he met Amy White House for the first time while she was blonde, then so it was kind of a double shock. So she was coming down the stairs. And I just saw this mop of blonde hair coming towards me with all that energy. And she walked right up to me. And was like, hi, Amy. And I was like I'm Blake. And she thought I was messing with her because her husband at the time has name was Blake while he was in jail time or he's incarcerated at the time. Yes. Yeah. Right. Right. Right. She must have met a trillion people, right? Like. What did you guys bond over? I think it's one of those things if you have that immediate connection with someone. It's it's indescribable when we just we just had that right off the bat when you name he stayed up all night listening to music, right? Yeah. We were listening to music line cards. She she read my fortune with the deck of playing cards and she played guitar. We just we had a good time that night. I saw I read that you were bonded over. Heartbreak. You tell me more about that. Yeah. I had just gotten out of my first serious relationship at twenty one, and I moved to London to kind of start start new and start fresh, and she just she could see it. And she could connect with that. And we talked about that a lot in her own heart, heart heart ache. And yeah, she was someone who is very thick. You're already a fan of her music. Yeah. Very much. So we saw was that was that funny for you to talk to her and open up to her. But this is someone who I mean, I even read in the that that you had worked through your heartbreak with some of them some of her songs singing for you. Right. Yeah. She had that ability to connect to those emotions that we go through told me that story for singing that song to you. She was later in the night, and she was singing just kind of strumming on her acoustic guitar that she had in the house, and she started singing, some anomoly war. And there was just. Yeah. There was a lot of. Surreal qualities to that moment. But at its core is just love and support really when you met Amy the back to black and come at the year before and you talk in your book about how at that time. He was dealing with this unprecedented level of fame like needles fame like fame that most people would never have to deal with their entire lives. How is she doing with that? I think anyone from any walk of life would would struggle with that type of fame. It's it's not something that is normal. And I think it was uncomfortable a lot of the time for her because she she's a normal girl. She just wanted to be able to take the subway, you know, and walked down the street, and and have a normal life, and because of that famous kind of kept her from doing those normal things, and because of that you guys had to spend a lot of time together indoors. How did that bring you closer together? I think if you spend enough time with somebody in close quarters, of course, they're going to get closer. And we you know, we had a lot of things in common and similar humor. And. You know, she introduced a lot of music to me. And then things that didn't know about it twenty one twenty two. So it was cool. We're both very creative when we are happiest when or creating so that was easy for us to bond over that lake avenue intention of focusing on this for too long, but one point you describe Amy's addiction as an uninvited guest that she had to deal with. And it's no secret that Amy's life is deeply impacted by addiction to alcohol, and crack and heroin to did that change dynamic too. I think if you're close to anyone with addiction issues are mental health issues or eating disorder anything. I it it, obviously, it affects your relationship in your friendship that I hear that. We were so close my focus was really on just being supportive, and and being there for her more. She was going through she was going through and anything I could do to support her through that. I did what did you mean by uninvited guest because myself, you know, I I don't use drugs. They never have. I don't drink as well. So it was not really part of our friendship too. Party in that way. So it was like that was something she did privately and would come back and continue. You know, what we were doing talking hanging out, whatever it was like there was another person another Rouge, go see? Yes. Yeah. I've been there managed so it's challenging. If you're just tuning in speaking with Lakewood about his new book, Amy White House, which is a collection of over one hundred photographs of you guessed it, Amy wine house that Blake took it Amy during their time together as close friends, some my favorite photos, and I think even the photo on the cover are on beaches in Saint Lucia so paint. Everybody a picture of your time in Saint Louis. What that was like. Yeah. It was it was the first time that we really out of out of a city and away from all the press and negativity that was kind of surrounding her at that time. So it was it was a unique really special. Just a breath. And that's what I can describe it like I could finally exhale, and I could see her just relax and be comfortable in her skin. And we got to we got to really know each other even better than because we were on this remote island, she'd been sober from drugs. And it was it was cool. It was really naked. She was very much into me making work, and and doing whatever made me happy. So we definitely mid some work, which you can see in the book when you say, you got to know her in a way that you haven't got to know her before in what way what do you mean by that? I think you know, when someone's in a better place or more just clear you can you can connect better. I think you know, as much as we had that connection initially. There's there's many other sides of someone. And so we got to know each other even better, and it was fun. It was really fun. It's funny for me Blake to talk to you about this. Because. She's your buddy. She's she's she's a friend to me. She's this icon. You know? And as we do, unfortunately as a society with a quote, unquote icons, we sometimes don't necessarily even see them. We cease to see them as real people. He. Yeah. Well, you know what I mean? And that's definitely the case for Amy right completely. I think it's really important that we remember that she was a human being and. Like everybody else, you know. And no better. No worse. And I think. You know, it's difficult for people to understand that when I talk about her because of how famous and how talented she was. But we do need to remember that she was human described from your favorite photos from the collection and the baby White House got a few. I think for me there's an image of her kind of laying in the sun, and I wrote a little vignette and in the book, but it was the first time I had it was the first week. I think that we got to St Lucia, and it was the first time I'd really seen her just comfortable in her skin comfortable, just being and I know it sounds strange for the, you know, the idea of just being, but there was just so much chaos. Going around in London. That'd be previous year that this was such a rare kind of new thing for me to see in her of just relaxed and being comfortable in our skin, and she doesn't know makeup nothing. She just purely naturally and just kind of. Radiating beauty. Term into making it over us when we talk about photographs. But man, they really are. They remind you of family photographs of the medication. Yeah. Yeah. I agree. I think she's you know, I'm looking at her and trying to capture our connection and she's looking at me. And that's I think what you're saying. What did you why did you want that to be the aesthetic of the book? I think when I took these photos, I wasn't thinking about a book. What were you thinking about? I was thinking about collaborating with a very close friend of mine and trying to capture this time in our lives. You know, I think things are changing so rapidly at that time, I think anybody's life your early twenties things are changing so rapidly. So we yeah. And I was I was happy to make work with someone who I was close with. How did you name me think these photos were going to be used? You know, I think we plan on doing some type of collaborative show together in some way. And I showed her the work, and there's there's an image in the beginning of the book right by the forward of her. It's a black and white photo of her standing on the rock. She's standing up like a pinup girls really really strong images initially one for the cover that was an image that she really loved and I had printed for her. So, you know, she should like the work, and we had plans to do something with it. There's some really awesome photos here, man. Like, I mean, they really are beautiful. There's there's photos of Amy holding onto it kind of looks like a barbell or is it like some kind of track peas in the middle of the she's unattractive is. Yeah. Yeah. I love that. I mean, there's there's photos of her as I mentioned to you before we started going photos of her onstage would take him from an angle that she doesn't even seem like she's onstage. Interesting maybe realize how few photos I remember seeing one house smiling. It's true. I think you know, the press has prerogative at that time was to capture her not looking good because that's what they could sell for a lot of money. So it was rare to see her smiling and happy because that's not what they want it. How do you think she'd feel about the book? I hope that she'd be proud of it because there's so much love. And I really this is it's like a physical object of the love that I have for her that I've struggled with pudding somewhere. And now that I have this at it feels like it lives at has its own its own life. It's it's in the world. Now, can you tell me about the last time he spoke with Amy? The last time I spoke with her properly was I was in London. And it was about a month and a half before she passed. And you know, I think. I don't I don't talk about this often. But I I had this. I had a feeling that it was that it could happen. You know, she could pass and. I yeah. I just I had this. You know, there was this thing in me that wanted her selfishly in my life forever. As you know, we always want our loved one the nylons as long as we can. But I something kind of came over me after got off that phone call. And I just realized you know, this isn't my life as is her life. And you know, and if this is it's not fair for me to wanna keep somebody here that doesn't necessarily want to be here. So I I found some peace at strange look back on it now because I miss her so much, but I did find some peace in that moment that she could pass, and it was not my choice, and it was selfish of me to try to keep her here as her friend..

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"amy whites" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"amy whites" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And especially like with the young eager beat boxes said everyone's really keen to show off what they can do i go to these become petitions and everyone's jumping outside and it'll be a jam of ten boxes on every single on his blah blah blah blah blah blah blah and it's just a wall with up food whereas when it's controlled it can be it can sound amazing and be so much fun to be a power i wanna play a clip here for you haven't seen gobsmack instead of a drummer again as you mentioned it's your voices doing the beat boxing at singers are adding sounds and singing on top of what you're giving them good i'm tom power that was a clip from the acapella show gobsmack to be clear every sound you just heard was from a human voice sitting across from me is the world champion beat boxer in the show in ballsy stars in the show that was his voice you're doing percussion it's pretty great hey yeah it's not bad it's not bad good when you're listening to like that was don't stop me now amy white house songs in the show is well how much of it is about you during interpretation of the song how much of it is about mimicking the actual song itself it's a it's a fine blend of the two i think if i'm the song goes don't stop me i can go down stop miss everybody up too much.

"amy whites" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"amy whites" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Car pennies you are and i want you to hear that with uh with the son in a dog don't answer that question observance of plug thank you see now the kids can hear lentil yet who spent whilst ejaz like ride la i just acid for shock value high valerie but really high from how are you every one of eight so i have a few point i'd like to make you don't mind good john mccrae's timeless lock holy crap louis we do a little special something for first time caller we place songs with their names in a hurry side steve woodward in valerie for the first time caller the after you know that's all be named valery and everything yes sir europe do you prefer the you prefer the amy white house version no i wish we had a real heavy metal now shuts advice oh my dear you're wrong of the heavy metal listen to this ladies boys and tell him this is an amazing rest in peace and that the name the imam of the boy's just bring your pennies down your goals well not glad is a man john now ms y'all dan then they'd been off the wages about to say your name valerie hold on one of phnom on all of them napoli again on hey sultry right rival yes it sure is yeah jayme about her hello we'll have a shame it's a shame of out her what what to say would you do great one all right it's terrible who dies white house rashid hold my god really.

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"amy whites" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"amy whites" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Great deal about the death of kirk cockbain and it's very unfortunate that he committed suicide i think he did i mean i think the evidence is overwhelming and i don't know the movie soaked in bleach i have heard some interviews with there is one journalist and take killer has been obsessed with the idea that courtney love his wife actually murdered him of the film is about a private investigator who was hired by courtney love in the aftermath of cobain's death and reveals the take on the death of kurt cobain combining a dramatization of vance along with documentary footage uh in two thousand fifteen courtney love had a legal team go after the film and loves attorney said the film of falsely presents a widely in repeatedly devan conspiracy theory that accuses ms cockbain of orchestrating the death of her husband kurt that ms go bane of course being courtney love looked for those who don't know kurt cobain uh nirvana right a leading grunge era group in the seattle area and it's a tragedy how old was kurt cobain was i think he was still in his twenties his twenty 27 yeah they all diet 27 there's a conspiracy theory janice chao plunging morrison jimi hendrix another satellite uh and who else did you might just mention oh amy white house dieted twenty seven joe in maui hawaii you're on the michael medved show hello gel yes hi.

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"amy whites" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"amy whites" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Great deal about the death of kirk cockbain and it's very unfortunate that he committed suicide i think he did i mean i think the evidence is overwhelming and i don't know the movie soaked in bleach i have heard some interviews with there is one journalist and particular has been obsessed with the idea that courtney love his wife actually murdered him of the film is about a private investigator who was hired by courtney love in the aftermath of cobain's death and reveals the take on the death of kurt cobain combining and dramatization of vents along with documentary footage in two thousand fifteen courtney love had a legal team go after the film and loves attorney said the film of falsely presents a widely and repeatedly devan conspiracy theory that accuses ms cockbain of orchestrating the death of her husband kurt that ms go bane of course being courtney love look for those who don't know kurt cobain uh nirvana right a leading grunge era group in the seattle area and it's a tragedy how old was kurt cobain was i think he was still in his twenties his 27 yeah they all diet twenty said there's a conspiracy theory janice joplin jim morrison jimi hendrix and other satellite uh and who else did you might just mention oh amy white house dieted twenty seven joe in maui hawaii you're on the michael medved show hello gel yes hi.

"amy whites" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"amy whites" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Great deal about the death of kirk cockbain and it's very unfortunate that he committed suicide i think he did i mean i think the evidence is overwhelming and i don't know the movie soaked in bleach i have heard some interviews with is one journalist in particular has been obsessed with the idea that courtney love his wife actually murdered him of the film is about a private investigator who was hired by courtney love in the aftermath of cobain's death and reveals the take on the death of kurt cobain in combining dramatization of vance along with documentary footage in two thousand fifteen courtney love had a legal team go after the film and loves attorney said the film of falsely presents a widely and repeatedly debunk conspiracy theory that accuses ms cockbain of orchestrating the death of her husband kurt that ms go bane of course being courtney love look for those who don't know kurt cobain uh nirvana right a leading grunge era group in the seattle area and it's a tragedy how old was kurt cobain was i think he was still in his twenties his twenty seven yeah they all diet 27 there's a conspiracy theory janice chaplain jim morrison jimmy hendrix another seattle and who else would you might just mention oh amy white house dieted twenty seven joe in maui hawaii you're on the michael medved show hello gel yes hi.

"amy whites" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"amy whites" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"I was very pleasantly surprised i have to say either that she got some shade poor you know why she on this season she was obviously replacement for valentina we don't need to see her anymore but she has really shown me that she has grown she has evolved as a queens since original season even though that was based but a year ago on the beat looked right during the runway i it's soft it's polished on the thing i liked the most about it was the the huge hair i mean it was absolutely redeemed like if the if the pointed this challenge was to rid rudeina yourself from the original challenge i mean but she looked the other she said it the ugly issues ever felt was daring that um up i read that every the fairytale princess disaster challenge exactly because not only was she looking terrible but the person who she didn't understand was getting all the praise this is where the whole euro model i am naturally that's another reason why it's infamous is because like the key the camera has video of her wearying this wack adieu didi pickles away from rugrats talking of valentin s so it's it's sort of like now it's like double infamy twenty two because valentino during this episode where she got criticized by aaj of her yourself you know your your your beautiful your motto of a of lineage lisa she was basically we're hearing are not something that was really impressing the other queens but it was very polished and very pretty and the judges just loved it same thing with with the isas look it again he wasn't earthshattering okay let's be real on abm judging on a curve here but it was definitely very very pretty i was living for what she was serbian it wasn't anything that i hadn't seen before but for asta and the beef and the way she presented i thought he was really really good amy white house on the other hand really really blew me away i was i am not patrimony with amy white house so i went back and wants a couple of videos of her and ajit join emu white house i mean she got it i i definitely felt like that it was a great presentation sheikh arguably could've ended up in the top three inside.

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"amy whites" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"amy whites" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Little were caught under shroud and thank you down i could see why uh young people love he had the voice this the whole style he was a maybe a whole package really wasn't a may really i you know i'm going to say something in my lifetime i would say he's the number one entertainer ever now if you ask me what kind of music i like it has kinda more legco you know bob dylan crosby stills nash that kind of stuff uh christian harold if you could go to any concerns uh and even someone that's passed away who would it be charged michael a really limit at one really family huge short they are great sounds great santa loved him tragic the way he task sat out one bums me out that hurts dating into fee have that heard at hearings you know who i loved who i know you didn't like that vivian care for that much i don't know about samples of big amy white house fan and it was great what it shreds what a tragedy that was fanalert vam can talk about amy white house all right sale is there any buddy michael jackson for sure how my here what a performers assure crazy good prevails appliance that like i'm not have been concertgoers so i never think to go to concerts will your jimmy buffett concert idea she last july down i never miss me too i never miss them likely buffets lengthy are agassi my wife got me really to my wife susan otto realtor yes she's she's actually sing the national anthem at a dodge or your breath away how did that happen i'm not sure is premgi's so i was for you know she's saying that she sings all the time that's heading to she voice oh she sang lows of song she sang i'll always love uh by current whitney houston i'll as the song that fifa that's a tough song tiptoe is ineligible away the my pulling out of the outside she did i capello you had abandoned others music news and his great hilde yeah yeah actually at my friends wedding in jefferson airplane back of the day julia hammer song cold check it out it's one of the most beautiful love songs and it's called today just today smell of rock and roll or another today i feel like it's a beautiful saw check it out listeners and also check.

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"amy whites" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"amy whites" Discussed on 790 KABC

"A little more caught other traps it came down i could see why people love he had the voice this the whole style he was a maybe a whole package really wasn't a may really i you know i'm going to say something in my lifetime i would say he's the number one entertainer ever now if you ask me what kind of music i like it has cut him were let go you know bob dylan crosby stills nash that kind of stuff uh christian harold if you could go to any concerns uh and even someone that's passed away who would it be charged michael a really timely at one really fan huge chart here great sound great santa loved him tragic the way he passed that allen bums me out that hurts dating and if he had that hurt after hearings you know who i love to i know you didn't like that care for that much iron about samho's a big amy white house fan and yes is great what at shreds what a tragedy that was fanalert zam can talk about amy white house all right sale was there anybody michael jackson for sure how mike yeah what a performer assure crazy good proposals and i am not have been concertgoers so i never think to go to concerts will you were jimmy buffett concert idea she likes you right down i never me too i never miss them like jimmy buffett too lengthy agassi my wife got me really to my wife's susan otto really yes she's she's actually sing the national anthem at a dodge or you're on the way out of that happen i'm not sure is preemies so i was for you because i know she's saying that she sings all the time that's according to shield their neil voice which we sing a song she sang i'll always love your by uh curry whitney houston the as the song that's i left the tough song text as soon as you blew away the my holding out of the outside shooters capello you had abandoned other is music news music great held a yeah actually at my friends wedding the uh jefferson airplane back of the day julia had a song.

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"amy whites" Discussed on Popcast

Popcast

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"amy whites" Discussed on Popcast

"Things like mark ron since production style and all those kinds of records us our prime the pump were like a modern audiences but will be more receptive do so record she said off of course absolutely so i started listening to the emi white house record they're definitely like there's plenty of instrumentation but it does kinda get out of the way a bit more in also amy white houses voices so particular building its own in that and our other equally kites through yeah whereas kelly's is not it's a bigger but it's not quite that distinct so i mean like only to see out i think she sounds really great on this record that's another thing i wanted to point out is that she is like yeah people know i can sing but they don't know i could really saying because you know anthems and poprock there's just so much of a dynamic range and she's like out the number one goal for this record with the show people i can saying i think she does i think when you can hear her singing uber tells you can say but it's in very general are accurate you mean a very truth a little era is interesting that you mentioned the sort of like calming down of the record because i think you know to sort of pernas k on how this record my performance marketplace like those are the songs where she's gonna those are her bread and butter at this point i think the ballads are going to be on every dwayne read anna every denzil douglas i don't mean these a shots i mean like adult contemporary razor radio format and break away and you know kelly the sort of classic kelly songs that have that have been in rotation endoftheday timeless her in ten years i think she she needs more of those because i don't know how can you mentioned story that i love so soft hasn't really succeeded in terms of as a pop single thus far and i think that it probably won't because it doesn't it doesn't fit in to what a zero one hundred top forty station really sounds like at this moment although what i would say in this is not to circle back to she who shall not be named but.

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"amy whites" Discussed on New York Times - Popcast

New York Times - Popcast

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"amy whites" Discussed on New York Times - Popcast

"Things like mark ron since production style and all those kinds of records us our prime the pump were like a modern audiences but will be more receptive do so record she said off of course absolutely so i started listening to the emi white house record they're definitely like there's plenty of instrumentation but it does kinda get out of the way a bit more in also amy white houses voices so particular building its own in that and our other equally kites through yeah whereas kelly's is not it's a bigger but it's not quite that distinct so i mean like only to see out i think she sounds really great on this record that's another thing i wanted to point out is that she is like yeah people know i can sing but they don't know i could really saying because you know anthems and poprock there's just so much of a dynamic range and she's like out the number one goal for this record with the show people i can saying i think she does i think when you can hear her singing uber tells you can say but it's in very general are accurate you mean a very truth a little era is interesting that you mentioned the sort of like calming down of the record because i think you know to sort of pernas k on how this record my performance marketplace like those are the songs where she's gonna those are her bread and butter at this point i think the ballads are going to be on every dwayne read anna every denzil douglas i don't mean these a shots i mean like adult contemporary razor radio format and break away and you know kelly the sort of classic kelly songs that have that have been in rotation endoftheday timeless her in ten years i think she she needs more of those because i don't know how can you mentioned story that i love so soft hasn't really succeeded in terms of as a pop single thus far and i think that it probably won't because it doesn't it doesn't fit in to what a zero one hundred top forty station really sounds like at this moment although what i would say in this is not to circle back to she who shall not be named but.

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"amy whites" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"amy whites" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Was really into justin timberlake young everybody within tina turner lively brothers and games brown likud tea and stuff oh yeah i mean with oh yeah as you still over mongolia that way dropping out like that a busker airdrop of your dropping out maybe it's your room i dunno where you're calling from but yeah our got to blame at t on that one hooker we just what you were to send that when you're traveling around you guys all virus stuff the theme music near absorbing the together new kind of growing up together looking to the music which is natural that you know what would come you come daddy so i you know for us we never really were trying to evoke anything thing we're just trying to play honest music completely meet the whom you could felt the best a and music they made sharon move live on stage we're trying to get her go in that with our job you know you won two grammy awards in at a working with amy white house i won one working pre white house of one for a record i did with the booker t now and was there a sense you had worked when working with amy winehouse that of how would you describe her was w what was working with her like uh she was very night thin and grateful and humble and stuff and and you know we toward with her a little bit and got no or little bit.

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"amy whites" Discussed on Allegedly NYC

Allegedly NYC

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"amy whites" Discussed on Allegedly NYC

"But amy use fucking and she was dope live in she was dope honestly she is that legend she's one of the legends she is under their leisure or peter time with only two were have swear style her resile she's an icon she legend she deserves everything she rang she's like the kirk obain for me of whatever generation she relived her songs like she wished she likes it she wrote about what she really fouled he really it was about was about lake the love you know what she lived the treasury's love consumed her could dark dark glove that was tirade he believed she died of a broken heart i think it was drugs but whatever see while allegedly the night she passed away with she had stopped drinking rainy she relapsed rain so you know when you stop and your body just kim and it is like shaq but she with allegedly you tubing videos of herself performing live before she passed on something like you and like i'm going to watch myself with shows like so you know where amy that's how you do it two a i'm and lindsey graham bucking leads on with this i'm drink i did i had i mean honestly i think i'm satisfied with this album thank you amy we love you guardia so incredibly woman in amy white house and and ceases let us lose game fucking rip joe see y england answer india fivestorey by sip hearing.

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