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A highlight from The Mike and Mark Davis Daily Chat 07.12.23
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Fresh update on "aretha" discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
"Now standing at 40 degrees at 225 and a holiday tradition takes place tonight ABC's Darrielle Binger has a preview. 91 years ago employees at Manhattan's Rockefeller Center pooled their money to buy a Christmas tree. Tonight they'll light an 80 foot tall Norway spruce from Vestal in upstate New York. It's going to take about five miles of lights to adorn it. The tree is topped by a 3D ovsky star that weighs 900 pounds. They flip the switch a few minutes before 10 p .m. it'll and be lit until January 13th. Can't make the trip to Manhattan? The tree is on Instagram. Darrielle Binger, ABC News New York. Words of wisdom, The estate of Aretha Franklin has been settled by an Oakland County probate judge. The legendary singer died in 2018 without a formal will which set off a legal battle between three three of her four sons. A handwritten document from 2014 found in a notebook was ruled as legally binding. The judge says three of the late singer sons will each get one of Franklin's homes and the rest of her belongings will of her family. Northwest News Time 226, a book on the British royal be pulled from the shelves after reports had accidently revealed the identity of the family member who allegedly questioned Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's son's skin color. A statement from the Dutch publisher said it was temporarily withdrawing Endgame. PA media reports a translation error unveiled the family member's identity. I'm Marina Rockinger and here's what's going on, sponsored by Muckleshoot Casino, some news. Thanks for watching. Thanks for watching. I'm
"aretha" Discussed on Black History Year
"Our people love us some Aretha Franklin. Hell, we've been two stepping to her greatest hits for generations. Because she's our beloved queen of soul. So why the hell was the FBI surveilling her for years? This is two minute black history. What you didn't learn in school. Aretha Franklin was a beloved figure in our community who still has a shouting RESPECT to this very day. So why was the FBI on her so heavily? Franklin was down for us and they couldn't stand it. Like people who think athletes should just shut up and dribble. They didn't like her outwardly supporting the movement. She refused to be quiet about our liberation struggle for white comfort. A 270 page document is full of death threats, tat phone calls, and extensive tracking of Aretha Franklin's relationship with Martin Luther King Jr. and Angela Davis, whose bail Franklin offered to pay. The document links are to several organizations, including the Black Panther Party and the black Liberation Army. They also linked Franklin to Roosevelt beta R Douglas, who worked to unite black people globally, and later became domenico's prime minister. They called Douglas a black extremist of international note. The FBI still tracks us, and in 2017, they began identifying today's activists as black identity extremists. They've prioritized surveilling us, but not white supremacists who keep inflicting violence with mass shootings. To white supremacy, anyone pro black is an extremist. They want us to keep quiet and be complicit in the anti black world they've built. But we can't stop and won't stop fighting. In order to move towards the future, you've got to look to the past. This has been two minute black.
Fresh update on "aretha" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"It harder to buy a home, send a kid to college, have something to retire on, harder for small businesses to borrow expand and access credit Americans don't special want favors they just want a fair shot tell the Federal Reserve to protect our economy paid for by Center forward you're listening to WTOP News 853 the judge is awarded real estate to the children of the Queen of Soul years after her death the judge says she's following the wishes handwritten of a will from Aretha Franklin from 2014 that was found between couch cushions despite scribbles and hard -to -read words a jury earlier this year said the will one so now of her sons will get her home in the Detroit suburbs valued at just over a million dollars in 2018 but now worth more another son was given a house in though it's already been sold for $300 ,000 Franklin had four homes when she died of pancreatic Matt in 2018 Piper CBS News there's still a spewed over handling her music assets though the will appears to indicate the sons would share any income sports at 25 and 55 powered by Maximus moving people and technology forward Dave Preston is back and we talk in men's college basketball this morning Maryland rips rider
"aretha" Discussed on This Week in Photo
"So they're always up to something. So I can't wait to see what's absolutely. It's true though, right? You did that very true. What was the talk? You did the talk for super ice at the super rice event a couple of years ago. That's right. That's right. I was there. I was there in the audience. And I've always been a light, this complete non sequitur. I've been I've always been a fan of light meters just for the accuracy and just nerding out about light and what's gonna happen where and being able to predict things, right? But I get pushback. People that I say that to call me like, oh, that's the old days. We just shoot and look at the LCD. But, you know, you can't wing everything. No, you can not. I heard this this week. This week I was doing an interview. This is what's the day here. It's my Monday, the 20th day on Sunday, I was doing an interview, and the guy who interviewed me in the course, I mentioned a light meter. And a situation where I used the light meter. And he said, you know, I have a light meter, I haven't used it. I don't know how to use it, but I have one. He said, I was thinking about last week I was thinking about selling that light meter. He's able to learn how to use it now after hearing your interview. Like, wow. So yeah, no, I use it all the time. I swear by always will. I've got a friend who just moved to Japan. He's a cinematographer. And that's, of course, you know, part of his life as it is for all of those people in that world all the time using a light meter is a must. That's right. I had to shoot once where I was shooting, this is a funny story. I'm showing shooting private event for George Lucas. It was his birthday. They hired me to shoot his birthday party. And it's who's who in the room, and what people is Steven Spielberg. So I'm using a light meter at one point in the room. And he stops and looks at me, pulls out his camera and takes a picture of me. Oh my God. Nice. Talk about, tell me you got a copy of that picture. It's funny, 'cause I had an assistant with me. And my assistant took a picture of him taking a picture of me. He's a better picture. Oh man, that is so good. See, I mean, just the adventures. I feel like you probably have a million little vignettes like that. I do, I have so many stories. This is like, yeah, like that time, I had the casino I have the Royale with cheese with Sam Jackson. Yeah, that was jealous. You know, I had that story. I know, right? And it's not too late. But you know, looking at your website and the body of work behind you, you can see a little bit of that. What percentage of those shoots would you say were accomplished using a light meter in some way? Oh, 100% of them. Yeah, 100%. Absolutely. I have four light meters. So I have one in every bag. I could not not use a light meter. Yeah. I don't want to guess. And also time is precious when you're doing a shoot of a celebrity or anybody who's an icon or a famous whatever, you don't have time to guess, to look at your camera, go back and forth and try to spend 5 minutes getting you exposure or figuring out the light. There's no time to figure it out on a high end shoot. You have to dial in and know in an instant because in an instant you can get the picture that is the picture of your career. If you waste it for two minutes like playing around, trying to take a picture, look at you back to your camera, take a picture, look at the back of your camera, look at the monitor. That's wasted opportunities that be the shot that changes your career forever. It could be the iconic shot of the moment. Yeah, and back in the day, it wasn't A-okay, I'm going to take a picture and I'm tethered, so I'm going to look at this big, beautiful display over here. It was every shot you take, because I came up when we were doing studio portraiture in the air force, we were shooting on portraits officer and general portraits on four by 5 film. So, right? So each wheel is filled. No, we had two shots on each one. And the general usually had like ten minutes or whoever we were shooting like ten, maybe less than that. And so it was everything needed to be perfect when they got mad seat. You were like mentally rehearsing. How are you going to get it? Turn this way. Look at that door. All that stuff. And then poof. And if they have time, take that thing out, flip it, put it back in and do a second shot. That was it. That's all you got. None of this. Oh yeah, I'm just going to take 30 shots and look at the back, you know, none of that. But yeah. Well, this is good, man. So again, congratulations on everything you're working on and everything you will work on. Let's touch base again after the KickStarter closes in celebrate. You know, that love KickStarter has funded. We'll talk about that. And yeah, we'll just leave it there. Yeah, we'll catch up again and figure out what next Matthew Jordan Smith is cooking up 'cause you're always cooking up something over there until there's a lot picking up. I got more to talk about after this for sure. Okay, okay, excellent. All right, man. Well, thank you so much again. The book, they can find it at Aretha cool dot com that'll redirect them over to the KickStarter site and yeah, we'll just go from there. All right. You enjoy the you're welcome, you know, thank you for coming on. It's always a pleasure and honor having you on. And enjoy the rest of your week. We'll leave it right there. Likewise, likewise, see you soon. All right, see ya. This is twin.
"aretha" Discussed on This Week in Photo
"Course, when the Oscars are happening, there are a lot of parties going on. So I went to some parties where I could see friends who haven't seen since the pandemic began. So yeah, she has to talk to Sam Jackson and his wife. I got chance to see Magic Johnson. Got you, people I've seen in a long time. Yeah. And tell them about the book, and also just reconnect again. They haven't seen me in years because I couldn't travel freely. So that was wonderful. And what's going to come from the future? I don't know, but have these connections are a wonderful and I just love creating and putting work out there for those who love seeing the images and love art. And that's what I want to do for the rest of my life. The same way, Aretha was doing what she wanted to do into the very, very end, I want to do the same thing when doing this craft to the very, very end and loving it. Hopefully it ends a long time away, but I hope that forever. In the other piece of it is just, you know, the concept of retirement. I feel like for people like us that enjoy what they're doing and feel like you're fulfilled and it's not a time to make the donuts kind of proposition. It's like, oh, I can't wait to go do this thing. Oh, I got a list of things I want to experiment with and try. Then the whole idea of stopping is a non starter. You'll stop when you run out of gas. Yeah. No, I stopped doing what you love doing. Yeah. I think about, again, about Aretha, she was trying so hard to do one more photo shoot. You know, she's fighting cancer, as a matter of fact, the last photo shoot didn't happen. We tried three times. And the last time was right before Thanksgiving, 2017, she passed in 2018. And we're trying to do the photo shoot. We had anything planned. We had planned to shoot the weekend of giving, which is probably not a great time to shoot because, you know, you can't make changes at the last minute, you're stuck, you know, I'm flying in from Japan. I have a whole teams flying in from New York assistants, hair and makeup. And the night before Thanksgiving, I get a weird text from somebody. My shoes in the text saying that Aretha is in the hospital. I'm like, oh my God. She was rushed to the hospital. This is the night before Thanksgiving. I'm totally flying out the next day to fly to the states to Detroit and the whole team. So here I am on Thanksgiving Day kind of cancel everything. Studio assistants, of course, we're stuck with the plaintiff. But I still had that plane ticket stub of to show that, you know, we never used it, of course, but it never happened. And then, of course, she never really fully recovered from that from that bout. And went downhill. But even as she was downhill, like in the beginning of 2018, we're still talking on the phone here and there when she got out of the hospital in January. We're still talking on the phone here and there. And she's still saying, once I just get my weight up once I get my energy up, we're going to do the shoot. And it's funny thinking back about it now it never happened. This march 25th would have been her 81st birthday. So in honor of her, I'm having a photo exhibit at the blue note. The blue notes going to give me actually we're having it for a week in honor of Aretha. They're going to do a lunch tummy event in Tokyo at the blue note where they'll play her music for two hours. My picture will be up for a week of Aretha. I picked 18 pictures for my archive to have up and hopefully we'll have a great last week of the KickStarter promoted in both the states and in Japan. That's amazing. That is amazing. And the blue note for the folks that don't know that aren't familiar with blue note. That's a storied venue. Can you tell us a little bit about the blue note and then there's the blue note or multiple blue notes in Tokyo proper, right? Tell us a little bit about that. And you're going to have the show. Those who love jazz and jazz related music and great artists, period all genres of that world. The blue note is the go to place to go and hear live music. There's one in New York. There's one in Los Angeles, I think this one in San Francisco. There's two in Tokyo. And they are incredible. I've seen Vanessa Williams perform there. Several times. I've seen other artists perform this several times. It's just an amazing, beautiful, high end venue for hearing amazing music. Yeah, it's just incredible. So I'll have my exhibit there. And it's funny, you know, photographers, you know, we think about having an exhibit in a photo gallery, but my wife gave me the idea of, oh, why did you call the blue note? That's the audience. They would love to do an exhibit of your work. They don't even know you're here in Tokyo. So I sent them an email and shown if they responded and said, we'd love to do that, especially on her birthday. So this Saturday was going to happen on August 25th, the exhibit goes up and it's up for an entire week and doing lunchtime every day. They'll play for two hours just Aretha Franklin music. That's great. I think that that story is great. There's a lesson within the lesson in that story, this is articulated. That's the if you hadn't or if your wife hadn't had the epiphany or the idea of going to talk to them, never would have happened. It's not like they were going to say
"aretha" Discussed on This Week in Photo
"In time to like when you were a kid or does it or does it take you to the shoot? I'm curious. To the shoot. Shoot. I go back to this shoot. And you know, it's funny like, you know, people see a photograph and then you'll see the image, but as the photographer, you see everything that's happening in the room all around you behind you to the side of you. So I remember everybody in how they reacted. I remember she'd always have her bodyguards on the shoot so I could teen people there. Everybody is lost in the music. They're dancing on the side. They're lost in the music. My assistants are lost in the music. Hair and makeup's lost in the music. And then you see her begin to sing along. And it was just incredible, incredible. You know, we became friends over the years and there were times when she called me a lot. She's the only person who want to only speak to me. No agent, no manager, none of that, same for me. I could only talk to her. When I moved from the states to Japan, I now live in Japan. She was upset with me, because it was hard for her to get in contact with me. So I remember one day getting a simple email from Clive Davis, and it just said, Aretha is trying to contact you. So I called her. She was upset and I said, you know what? You can call me anytime. This is my number. Leave a message. I'll call you as soon as I wake up no matter where I am where I'll call you right away. And that's what we did. And to the very end, at the very end of her career, we were trying to shoot one more time. She had another album which never came out. That she was working on. And it's funny, you know, she was fighting through cancer. And even with that fight, she's trying to do another album. She loved the craft of singing. Like I've never seen before, like that passion you hear in her voice, that's real. The energy, the emotion, the love, the whatever. She brings it out because it's in her. It was in her and you felt it in the room when you were shooting. I mean, it was incredible. I can't imagine. I can't imagine that. I mean, I think, you know, just listen to you, I can hear your adoration for her. Just listening to how you refer to her, which is completely understandable. And I wonder just like this book that this KickStarter book that you're working on. So that's going to be published, how do you get all of that into a book? How do you, what's the curation process? Tell us about the book, like all that stuff. I'm glad you mentioned that. You know, as photographers, we have our photography hat on. And very often that gets in the way because we see pictures that we love that we think should be great, but a curator and editor sees it with different eyes. So when I was talking to my publisher, I was showing them images and they said, oh, can you show us everything? I'm like everything? Which is a lot to do. So I showed them a big batch of images, things I would not send normally. And they sent a mock up of a cover when I first saw the cover of my, is that my image? I was shocked because number one, I didn't see the image. I didn't see this image and being what they saw. It was brilliant. So to begin my KickStarter, I had a small exhibit. It was just for one day. And I showed ten pictures. And I put 9 pictures that I loved, and then I put that picture that my editor loved, that my publisher loved, just get a reaction. Everybody loved that one picture, which was shocking to me. So I think photographers, we need to get out of our own way very often. And you have to have a curator and editor somebody other than you when it comes to selecting images because we have our photo hat on and very often that had blocks us from seeing the brilliance of our work. An editor, somebody who their job is to create beautiful work, they see it with clean eyes, unadulterated eyes, and that opens up genius. So I don't believe any more that photographers should edit their own work. You need to have a professional, somebody who's used to looking at images and pulling out great stuff and laying them out and making magic, they should do it. So my publisher, they've done tons of music books. They did the Mac O Dax and this is it book. They did the Paul McCartney collection book. They've done tons in that genre, which is why I'm going with them. I'm self publishing, but I have a publisher who's going to do the editing, printing all of that. So I'm doing the book one KickStarter to have that control. And to have a beautiful book. And there are two versions of the book. There's a standard version, and then there's 100 special edition books because this is where this publisher thrives. They do amazing special edition books. And that's what I want for this one of Aretha Franklin. So there are only 100 of those books, there will be a collector's item, those books are signed and numbered one through 100, also the slip case is especially designed slip case and those are also numbered as well. So this is going to be a very beautiful, beautiful collector's item book for sure. And hopefully it will go into the hands of hundred people who are real fans of Aretha's music. And when you see this book, you'll play the music, hopefully, 'cause I want to get also an audio along with the book as an audio version that comes along with the book. Where I go through the stories of the songs that were played during the Croatian of the image and the stories that come along with that. And there's some amazing stories that come along with that. Even stories that go beyond just the photo shoots. There was one night is the middle of my night, and I get a call of from Aretha Franklin. And this is when I lived in the states actually. I was living in LA at the time. And she called me in the middle of the night like 2 o'clock in the morning. And I asked the phone and she says, Jordan, she called me Jordan. She's like, Jordan, I've got a problem. I can't decide on the name of this album. What should it be? What do you like better? A woman in love or a woman in and out of love.
"aretha" Discussed on This Week in Photo
"Is Matthew Jordan Smith. We're going to be talking about just a bunch of stuff. But the main thing is this fantastic new project that he's working on. With Aretha Franklin, Queen of soul, all the things that I guess I want to say that working with Aretha Franklin, to me, someone who's just like a random face in an ocean of fans for her would be the dream. This guy, Matthew Jordan, gets to photograph her and has been photographing her for over a decade, but now he's working on a new project with Aretha. We're going to talk about that on this episode and a bunch of other things. So mister Smith, welcome back to this week in photo man. How are you doing? I'm doing good, how you doing, man? I am doing great. Yeah, I know every time I get you on the show, I always feel like looking at that wall behind you. And the story, the stories that go behind each one of those photos. I just want to sit down and have a glass of wine with you one day and just, you know, oh, this one, we did this. And that one, you know, the flash burned up, but we got the shot, you know. And there are so many incredible stories for all these pictures, especially the ones of Aretha Franklin. Yeah, which is which brings us to this conversation. So tell me about the project. I don't want to give it away. I want to have you set the stage for us. So I kind of tease it a little bit. So you've photographed Aretha Franklin for over a decade. Now you've been her photographer for over a decade. And several other people as well, obviously, as evidenced by the wall behind you. But you've been her go to guy for photography for over a decade, start from there and then take us to where we are now with this new project. Yes, yes. I was her photographer for 13 years the last 13 years of her career. She passed away, of course, in 2018. But I work with her for the last decade plus of her career. And we were close and I have amazing images, and most of them have never been seen before. Maybe like 40 published or less, actually. And I have over 20,000 pictures of Aretha Franklin. From 13 years. So I put those pictures together in a brand new book. Never before, rare pictures. And I'm doing two versions of the book. There's a standard edition, and then I'm doing a hundred special edition versions of the book. And with that version, I'm giving people the opportunity to put their picture in the book. Oh, how does that work? How does that work? So people can take a picture of themselves holding an old CD of Aretha Franklin's music or an old album, vinyl. And I'll do a collage of Aretha Franklin fans. To go into the book. So I have different levels. I'm doing this on KickStarter. Pixar's running now. The KickStarter is Aretha cool dot com. Name the book is Aretha cool because she was the coolest and so many ways. People know her for her powerful voice and her great songs and emotional songs, but I know her as the witty, feisty, funny, incredible artist and I loved loved working with her for so many reasons. You know, I forget a lot of artists a lot of talk a lot of celebrities over my 37 year career, but Aretha was the only person who want to hear just her music when I photographed her. And that opened another door for us. She only wanted to hear her music. I found out the first time I shot her. The first time I shot, I was not playing just her music I was playing music, I thought she wanted to hear, which was wrong. And I found out that day that she loves hearing her music. So from that shoot on, I only played her music. As a matter of fact, I had back then, of course, it was an iPod. I put together my favorite Aretha Franklin music and I played just that music on each and every photo shoot up until the very end. And it was funny about that because here you are playing your favorite music of an artist that you love and you're seeing them react to their music. Yeah, that's good. Oh man, it was insane. And saying to see her react to her music and get lost in that music, the same way we get lost in the music. And then, of course, I can't sing, but she would begin to sing very often almost on every photo shoot she would start singing. Wow. Oh man. What a gift. What a gift, right? And then now, just listening to her music now. It kind of excites those parts of the brain and it transports you back to different parts of your life when you're listening to this music, right? Like many songs do. I can't, I can't imagine having the artist in front of me listening to their music and singing along with their music while I'm taking photos because photos does that for me too when you're taking photos, I kind of remember what was happening when I took that photo. But now you have the visual and the audio. And the whole 9 yards a whole experience is going on. How does this happen? When you put on an Aretha song now, do you go, where does it transport you to?
"aretha" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"You see me walking down the street that had a lengthy career writing songs for major stars like Tom Jones, Aretha Franklin and Dionne Warwick, who says she's saddened by the death of her dear friend and musical partner, former longtime radio host Joey Reynolds remembered Bacharach for his music and life. He was a treasure house. How can you not be upset? It was 94 years old. And he had and he's had a wonderful career, a wonderful life, and he's a good person. Even Elvis Costello paid tribute to back rack by performing a few of his songs at the gramercy theater Thursday night. I'm Julie Ryan. Revised figures show consumer prices actually rose slightly instead of falling in December. Lisa Taylor has more. The Labor Department says the consumer price index edged up a tenth of a percent rather than slipping a fraction as previously reported data for November was also revised to show the CPI increasing two tenths of percent, which is double the earlier estimate. There was no change in the government's yearly data. There's a push by New York Democrats to ban youth tackle football in the state. Scott Pringle reports. Assemblyman Michael Benedetto of The Bronx is reintroducing a bill that bans tackle football for children 12 and under because of the risk of head injuries. He says 90% of brain development happens up until the age of 12. Benedetto has been wanting to do this for years, but now he has a sponsor for his bill in the Senate, Democrat Luis sepulveda, the pop Warner football organization says there's no conclusive proof that youth football can lead to CTE, which is a brain condition linked to repeated head injuries. There are questions about proper tipping etiquette after the pandemic ushered in a new tipping culture. Aaron real has details. Tipping culture has certainly changed post pandemic, but experts say one situation in which you should not be compelled to tip relates to that automated kiosk. Examples of this, ordering it to go cup a coffee or picking up a takeout order. In this case, financial and etiquette experts say 20% is not the new minimum and a simple roundup to the dollar is sufficient. Folks who do deserve the 20% tip waitstaff taxi drivers and salon workers. These are all examples of jobs that rely on tips, customers should consider each of them an independent contractor that they are hiring for the moment. But at the end of the day, tip what you can depending on your own finances. Rihanna is preparing for her Super Bowl halftime performance this Sunday. The pop superstar said in an interview Friday that things are coming together and that performing on such a large stage for the first time in a while is exhilarating. Rihanna said representation is important to her and she's excited for her new son to see that. The singer welcomed her baby with rapper ASAP Rocky in May of last year. I'm Julie Ryan. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. Attention has turned to bad construction and those responsible for it as hopes fade of finding anyone alive in the rubble after that devastating earthquake in turkey and Syria. A Turkish court formally arrested the builder of the luxury renaissance residents of 250 apartment building in hatay province that collapsed. That's according to the anadolu agency. The businessman was previously detained in Istanbul while attempting to fly abroad. The building under which dozens died has been dubbed the death residence in Turkish media. In adana province, prosecutors issued detention warrants for 62 people as part of an investigation into shoddy construction. During 115th annual winter meeting of the national governors association and GA chair, New Jersey governor Phil Murphy, was joined by U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy and health experts to discuss his NGA chairs initiative, strengthening youth, mental health. An initiative on maternal and infant health was led by New Jersey First Lady, Tammy Murphy. Bloomberg's Janet Wu has more on the culmination of the meeting tonight. The leaders of the 55 states territories and commonwealths are wrapping up their winter meeting in Washington, D.C.. They've been addressing key economic issues, including infrastructure funding, domestic manufacturing, and workforce development. The meeting culminates tonight with the black tie dinner at The White House. I'm Janet Wu. When we're radio, the CDC is adding the COVID vaccine to routine immunizations scheduled for kids and adults. That joins the flu polio measles mumps and rubella and other shots. However, it doesn't mean that the CDC is making the shot mandatory for children. It just means that it's joining their current recommendation for regular vaccines. Whiffed share is plunged a 36.4% yesterday for its biggest single day decline ever. This is after forecasting dramatically lower profits than expected and saying it will cut prices in an attempt to attract and keep customers. So how vulnerable is lived to an acquisition at this point. Mandeep Singh is a senior tech analyst at Bloomberg intelligence. I think it's unlikely that Uber will buy lead given Uber has themselves made quite a few acquisitions. In fact, I never understood why they bought this company transplant to expand great. There's Mandy Singh of Bloomberg
Burt Bacharach, legendary composer of pop songs, dies at 94
"Songwriter Burt Bacharach has died of natural causes at his home in Los Angeles, according to his publicist, baccarat was 94. I'm Archie's are a letter with a look at his career. More interested in sports, but he played piano to make his mom happy. Baccarat won 8 Grammys and three Oscars. What's it all about? Becca's most famous collaborator was composer Hal David and his go to singer was Dion Warwick. Becca songs include Alfie, what's new pussycat? Raindrops keep falling on my head and this guy's in love with you. Naked eyes, Aretha Franklin, Tom Jones and Elvis Costello are among those who recorded Bacharach's songs Becker eck made cameos in the Austin Powers movies.
Keeping God First
"The rule of the day we were in a meeting room with me and my team and we were talking about not everybody on the team, but just my marketing guy and the warehouse manager, we were talking about the goals of the company, the mission and vision of the company. And one thing that stood out in every single vision mission statement and also our goals is that you have to put God first. With everything we put guy first. I tell everybody that worked for me. When you gotta put guy first and whatever you do, how do you think you got this job right now? It's because of God. It ain't because of be Tatum. I would love to take out a credit and say, I'm so great and I'm so amazing. That's why I have enough money to pay your salary and pay out your 100% benefits and all this other stuff. No, it ain't me. It's because God is blessed me to get to this point for me to bless other people. See, this is the thing about success. And I'm going to go on and tell y'all about the news because I got a lot to talk about. But here's the thing about success. You got to understand where your source comes from. The reason that people get in trouble and they begin to fail in life because they forget where the foundation is. They go off and God give them all these blessings and they run off and act like they ain't done nothing for them. You can not do that and be successful in this day and age in my personal opinion. And then success is not just money in the bank. Success is a healthy life, healthy relationships, a peace of mind. All of those things are related to success. It's not just money. There's a whole bunch of people to whole lot of money that's attempting to commit suicide.
Teacher Speaks to Children With 'Non-Binary' Doll Named Nash
"I just want to finish the conversation about that woman that non binary woman who is introducing this concept to children at the school. It's interesting that her and the other sloppy women on that panel decided to say that, oh, that was funny how the kid just came up with the concept on his own. No, it's not. The lady for those of you who listen on the radio and you can't see the visual, the lady is holding a black doll and got him dressed up in a very confusing manner and presented him to children and said, if you ask him, and I'm paraphrasing, if he's a boy or girl, he said, I'm not neither of them. Or I don't know. And then some other parent who's woken awoke, teaching her kid about non binary. And that's why the kid comes up with it. The first kid said, they can be boiled girl. You confuse you confusing to live in daylight out of these kids. And to some people, that's totally fine. It makes total sense for you to put a kid out in a position like that. For you to go and come up with these concepts that adults are coming up with. Kids are not organically talking about non binary. They don't even know how they don't even know what that means. That's not a concept or a word that a kid will come up with. It's adults that are doing this.
Donald Trump Allowed Back on Facebook and Instagram
"Ladies and gentlemen Gemma ladies, welcome back to the oxidative show, the big question is what Donald Trump get back on Facebook and Instagram? Let me tell you this, he better, if he thinks he's going to have a chance to win as the president of the United States of America, he needs to get into the conversation on social media. I really do believe so. And if he does, I'll tell you this. Him doing this will help or hurt him. One of the two things will happen to him. It's either going to help him. Or he's going to be hurt over it. Because if you get on air and he does well and he's presidential and he gains the minds and hearts of people all over the country, he will win. If he get on there bashing and talking about desantis and then that's going to be a nail in the coffin. For Donald Trump. So I'm hoping that he gets back on Facebook and Instagram and post I mean, I love to see some of his stuff come up and he'll be able to write some wrongs. And I'm not saying wrongs that he did. I'm saying wrongs that they claim he did. He'll be able to set the record straight because they said all kinds of stuff about Donald Trump. about it. And 99% of it was bullcrap. But he'll be able to fight against those things as they occur and be ready and prepared for the election. I would argue that social media was one of the main reasons how Donald Trump ended up getting elected and not one of the main reasons in that atmosphere. How he was able to get elected because he was able to put out the truth, why everybody else lying, he was telling the unadulterated truth to the people. And I think that was absolutely amazing.
Putting the Focus on the Human Race
"Two things I want to talk about. One is that a Donald Trump is now allowed to get back on to Facebook, Instagram, and I want to see if Donald Trump will actually utilize those things. Before I talk about Donald Trump at Facebook and Instagram, I want to wrap up what I said in the last segment. I hope that it came across properly because in my mind it makes total sense, but I don't know if what I said projected the sense that it makes in my mind. All I'm saying is that we should focus on unity. We should focus on being the human race. We should not be focusing on all these little clicks and groups that we put ourselves in because then that makes people look at each other and hate each other for no reason. You are not necessarily a sum of decisions that you make. And I hope that that range true to people who are Christians, you are not the sum of your past decisions. Because every decision that you have made up until this point, while you're currently listening to me, we're past decisions. And those decisions can be washed clean by the blood of Jesus Christ. So who you are and what you do, what you have done are two different things. And I like to separate the person from the action. So I'm saying that to say, stop pigeonholing yourself saying, I'm gay, or I'm black, or I'm Asian. I'm this. I'm that. Just be a good person.
Let the Boys Be Boys
"That after you get backlash, after the people have spoken, all of a sudden you say, oh, I was just playing. Ladies and gentlemen, it is very clear, people that have are of this type of mentality, they believe wholeheartedly that Aretha Franklin song is damaging because it uses the word natural woman. They were fighting against that idea. This is no different than other things that the LGBTQ community does. Not the people who are gay trans, but the community, the LGBTQ. I know a lot of people who are gay, they're not a part of the LGBTQ community. They don't have pronouns in their bio. They just live their lives. Like normal people. But these individuals are radicalized. They consider women to be cis gender. Mean assigned at birth or whatever they call it. They are discriminating against natural women. They are discriminated against biological women. Because they want to be treated as women. They want you to accept that one minute they got some swinging, and then the next minute, all of a sudden, they can be a woman because they put a dress on. And they took it under. My personal opinion, you steal a man, you're just a man that identifies as a woman. You're not a woman.
Former FBI Official Charles McGonigal Arrested Over Ties to Russia
"FBI official who investigated Donald Trump's Russian collusion gets arrested for Russia. I lose. These people, I mean, I don't get it. I don't get it. I don't get. I don't get these people. I don't understand. It's like it's so much good. You could be doing in the world and being a slime bag. So former agent, Charles, I think it's Charles mcgonagall. I think that's how you say it. Mcgonagall, who helped up counter who headed up the counter intelligence for the FBI New York field office during the Trump Russia saga was placed under arrest, allegedly taking payments from Russia, oligarch, and I'm not going to waste my time trying to say his name. And what was he being paid to do is the question. And says, according to CBS News, this idiot and an interpreter agreed to investigate another Russian oligarch that the original guy, let me try to pronounce his name. Dirt pasta, deripaska, was targeting. So let me just sum it up for you. This guy, working for our government agency, the FBI is investigate Donald Trump's Russia collusion. While him and an interpreter is taking money from Russia to spy on another Russian, which is collusion,
Selling Wolf Tickets
"Let me jump on the subject of Steven Crowder real quick. And I know you I don't know if you guys are familiar with it. Steven Crowder versus the daily wire, he secretly recorded Jeremy boring, who's a cofounder of the daily wire and put it all online and claimed that the contract $50 million contract was the speed in his face. And I don't even know how anybody would pay him $50 million to do it. I guess he must be that good and I'm just unaware. However, I want to talk about social media and influence and these big companies taking over people like myself. If you hear a person like Steven Crowder, who's been with the blaze for I don't know how many years, he started with the blaze when he had like 300,000 subscribers. And you hear him complaining about big organizations. Taking advantage of the little guy do not listen. This person is selling you wolf tickets.
How Did Kari Lake Lose the Arizona Election for Governor?
"All right, let me just say this. Let me get to Carrie leg. Because there was an article that my producers sent me that I think explains what I've been saying about the Kerry Lake situation. Do I think the election had a bunch of issues? Yeah. Yes. Stevie Wonder can see. The Arizona has some issues in the election. Had some issues at the ballot. But I've been saying this all along that I'm not the type of person to jump straight to the cheating is cheating and cheating is cheating. I really do believe that there was nefarious things, but I think that the reason they carry Lake did not win in a landslide was because of Republicans. The Republicans that didn't vote for her. Let me read this article from newsweek. And I think it'll give somewhat of a congruent basis. It's just Carrie Lake lost her bid to become Arizona's governor because she failed to get support from tens of thousands of Republican voters according to a report. An analyst of public voting record in November race found that Democrat Katie Hobbs managed to pick up support from more than 33,000 Republican leaning voters in Maricopa County who begged GOP canyon, candidates and other state elections such as the state treasurer and comparison Lake, a Donald Trump endorsed 2020 election, they call her election deniers, so you know this is a stupid paper in my opinion. Managed to gain only 5900 votes from Democrat leaning voters around 6000 Republican leaning voters also chose not to vote at all. Lake lost her election to Hobbes by 17,000 votes, meaning that 33,000 voters she failed to achieve from Republicans and Arizona's largest county ultimately cost her the election.
How the Left Jumps to Conclusions
"Let me get to Carrie Lake because I had spoken about the shooting. Maybe I'll get back to that in a second. I think it's crazy. I don't know if it's something that's real shocking in my personal opinion. You know the people are being SJWs. They can't help themselves. I mean, even in Los Angeles raiders. And everybody else, all they do is they come out initially and they go, stop Asian hate. We need to stop Asian hate. The Asians, I mean, shut the front door. How many people, and this is my personal opinion. Why can't you just wait? Until you find out who did the shooting, this didn't come out and say it's Asian hate and that white people are killing Asians. They say they do the same thing with black people. A black man gets shot by a police officer, you know where they go. But then they get shot by a black police officer, you know, a white man gets shot. I mean, black person gets shot by police officer assuming white. Then they finally these black the story goes away. The kid go and shoot his teacher in the head. I don't know if he shot in the head or wherever. They got she didn't die. I reported on my YouTube channel that she had died because I saw a report that she had died, but I was wrong. I had to fix that. But she didn't die, but the reason that you don't hear about the 7 year old, however, he was, shooting his teacher, 'cause the kid was black. This is why you can't trust the media. This is why you can't trust the social justice warriors. Just shut the front door, slow down for a minute. Wait till you get the facts. At least sufficient facts. And then come out with your argument. Los Angeles Rams, we need to focus on football.
When Should Guns Be Removed?
"The wounded victim was taken into the hospital with life threatening injuries, the suspect shooter identified by authorities as an Asian man. I'm not going to say his name 67 years old was arrested within hours with video captured by the NBC Bay Area showing him surrounding surrounding a surrendering. I'm sorry to authorities at the serifs substation. Now there's no real indication as far as I know of a motive behind that, but you can see in two days you got two Asian people in the state of California who've decided to go off the rails. Now, we all know that many people are going to go off the deep end to try to ban guns. I wish that politicians were genuine and their approach to decide are we going to ban guns and we know that we're going to create legislation or we 9, they're not genuine in their approach. I understand the sentiment. I understand people are like enough is enough. People are just getting mowed down. How can we defend ourselves? And the answer is not to ban everybody who has a gun. First of all, it's not going to happen. Second of all, and I would argue most importantly, it's in violation of our constitutional rights. So what's the solution to the problem? When you have people who are showing signs and symptoms of foolery, then we have to address those issues. And this is where I have a conflict with some people when it comes to the red flag laws. I think that we should, as a society, should be able to remove a person's guns if they are legitimately crazy. Not because you don't like their political views. But somebody who's mentally disabled. And who are pursuing killing other people.
Monterey Park Community Mourns 11 Victims of Mass Shooting
"I find it quite interesting. And I don't want to belabor the point of this shooting in the violence that had gone on in the last few days in California, especially the 12 people who were murdered at the hands of a deranged man, 72 year old man. And I don't want to say his name because I don't like to give these people too much credence. However, this was a very unfortunate situation right now, there is no clear motive. There's been indications that he could have been targeting his ex-wife. There's indications that he could be targeting the certain event because of whatever malice that he felt in his heart, some articulate that he had this blank stare. You have to be a complete lunatic to shoot and kill that many people for no apparent reason. It's not like a heat of passion situation where you have a person getting upset and going off the rails in an instantaneous act of violence. This is someone who pre planned this particular situation and then waited for the event to unfold at the star ball room dance studio on the lunar new year, which is the Asian new year. Waited for that to commence and then he opened fire and began shooting and killing people. He killed multiple people. And then before killing himself, now this could have been a situation where he was upset with his ex-wife or it could have been something a little different. I mean, nobody knows specifically. Obviously, his ex-wife isn't here to tell us a story, and we don't really know what his motives were. But I think that we'll find out soon. The media, in my personal opinion, this is why you can't trust the media. Because they are not going to be honest if it's not conducive to pitch the narrative that they want to pitch. If it's not going to pitch their narrative, I don't think that they're too interested in this. There's not going to be riots in the street. There's not going to be a conversation about Asian or Asian violence. About Asian is the new white supremacy. There's going to be no conversation whatsoever about this. When we have two Asian situations or Asian people committing heinous acts of violence in the span of a few days,
Trans Group Calls for the Ban of Aretha Franklin's 'Natural Woman'
"The Norwegians are all upset because Aretha Franklin, sang a song back in 1968. When yours truly was one year old. Maybe you've heard of the song. It's called you make me feel like a natural woman. You may have heard of this song. You may love the song. Back in the 1960s, it was one of the most popular songs in all of music. As a matter of fact, when Aretha Franklin, the Queen of soul, was well into her latter years. She was invited to sing that song at the Kennedy Center that was in 2015. But anyway, a group of transgender activists are very upset, and they say they got triggered by Aretha Franklin's song, you make me feel like a natural woman. They say the song perpetuates harmful anti trans stereotypes. The group says there is no such thing as a natural woman. And now they're calling on Apple music and Spotify to remove the song from their platforms. And you know, I wouldn't be surprised if they did. I mean, they would have to, right? I mean, that's the whole point of this woke trigger mob, right? When you get triggered by something, you have to remove it. Nobody can be offended anymore. In America. And by the way, if you're a dude who thinks he's a woman and you get your pantyhose in a twist over Aretha Franklin, you've got bigger problems. Yeah, I know you already have problems, but you have bigger problems on top of the problems you already have.
Lisa Boothe: The Importance & Origins of Veterans Day
"Look at the fact that it's Veterans Day And I just want to take a little bit of time to talk about Veterans Day why this day is important Why we need to honor a veterans even beyond just one day I mean my God you've got a bunch of people men and women who are willing to lay down their lives for the country we give them a day And Pride Month Pride Month is in our month That seems pretty insane to me But so Veterans Day was originally called Armistice Day and it was commemorating commemorating the end of World War I That's how it started And for that reason November 11th 1918 was largely considered the end of the war to end all wars So that's originally the origins of it and then Congress signed so that's kind of the origins of it with November 11th being Veterans Day But what I wanted to talk about and then of course we know every November 11th at Arlington national cemetery the Veterans Day national cemetery commences around 11 a.m. Aretha's laid at the tomb of the unknowns celebrating her veterans honoring or veterans as well
"aretha" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"World just reopened up in front of me discovering that roughly eight and nine hundred thousand women phone on the front line for the red army and as tank commanders pilots snipers soldiers and refill. Like this kind of story needs to be told to so many women. 'cause you know like you say don't do we. I mean we don't come back and tell us when the film is ready we'll go and see it. We'll watch it. Fighting girlfriend is the name of it. They've got plenty to elizabeth. Thank you for getting in touch with us for the program fundraising for that at the moment and just to say before my time is up with you today in response to our interview with julie bendel given messages on other things class says. Excuse me to start with this message with came in straight off the bat. I two class class as listening and nodding ferociously with julie bendel and also coming with lovely voice. She hasn't genie. Says what common sense but a class says. I'm utterly disgusted. You're allowing time to a transphobic and man-hating person don't give her a bigger platform. Feminism for women a way to ensure continued issues. My brothers call themselves feminists and they know the struggle. And there's a lot of questions about how dare the guests say this. Thank you very much for your views on all sides today. I'll be back with you tomorrow at. That's all for today's women's are thank you so much for your time. Join us again for the next one. Hello woman's our listeners. I'm dr michael moseley and in my podcast. Just one thing. I'm investigating some quick simple and surprising ways to improve your health and life from eating some dark chocolate Good to improve your hot playing video games to enhance your brain power. Slow all singing your favorite songs to bolster your immune system so to benefit your brain and body in ways. You might not expect his just one thing you can do right now. Subscribe to the podcast on bbc sounds..
‘Respect’ Brings Aretha Franklin's Story to the Big Screen
"Today's episode takes us behind. The scenes of director lethal tommy's new biographical drama respect. The film follows the remarkable life of the queen of soul aretha franklin from her early days singing in her father's church choir to her journey to find her voice in the midst of the turbulent social and political landscape of nine hundred sixty s america to becoming a legendary international musical superstar in addition to respect ms thomas other direct royal credits. Include episodes of dolly. Parton heartstrings mrs fletcher jessica jones. The walking dead insecure diet land and queens schober following recent screening of the film at the dj theater in new york. Ms thomas spoke of fellow. Director rod blank about filming respect. Listen on their spoiler Conversation liza congratulations. Thank you thank you. I'm saying that as your sister of cinema your former flatmate former golden girl So so thrilled for you and what's to come on this. What a way to begin a career as a film director. And so i guess my first question to you is like what does it feel like being on this side of things now that the film is done and out into the world how do you where are you inside. I feel more tired than i've ever felt in my life. I didn't know that doing the press would be more tiring than actually shooting the film. No one told me that
"aretha" Discussed on What Healthy Couples Know That You Don't
"This is a quote from the psychologist nath nathaniel brandon in his book. The six pillars of self esteem of all the judgments we pass in life. None is more important than the judgement we pass on ourselves. There is tremendous truth in this. You have to learn to love yourself. I many relationships begin because one person is grabbing onto someone else to feel okay. This may be part of the reason. Why the divorce rate is higher for people who marry when very young everybody wants to be loved but the solution to this is the age old wisdom that you have to love yourself first clutching someone else to feel. Okay is exactly the pattern. You see in the movie respect about aretha franklin who stayed with her first husband ted white who was abusive and left bruises..
'Free Guy' Gives Box Office a Lift, Opening With $28.4M
"Ryan Reynolds action comedy free guy was the top draw at the box office over the weekend I marquees are loaded with the latest my name is Scott and I live in a free society free guy brought in an estimated twenty eight point four million dollars in ticket sales in its debut weekend which is pretty good in the covert nineteen era what made it significant is that unlike a lot of movies lately it was only released to theaters no streaming Reynolds has already said Disney wants a freak a sequel don't brief two minutes debut this weekend in second with ten point six million dollars in sales jungle cruise was third in the Aretha Franklin film respect was in fourth
Lawrence Davis Talks RESPECT
"Lawrence. Thank you so much for joining me today. I am really thrilled to talk to you about all things aretha and j hud. I got an opportunity to see respect in your work. let me just. It was incredible. I knew i was getting some sneak. Peek some the instagram. And so i was really anticipating seeing it and was not disappointed. I want you to tell me absolutely everything. So let's start with. Let's start with how you came to the project This one in particular when john was doing jinnai. Transfer longtime edition is doing it. I just didn't know what it was about So just magically one day while working on another project Very those just about to about a month and a half into underground railroad. And i got a call from costume designer new york ramos and he was like i got your name from me. Neil for a furlough for the reader for like really so that was in his recall. That i kind of knew things we're bringing up after jennifer but just didn't know when it was done a happen right because these projects can take for ever and so you never want to get too excited until you get that call so on the the call came all blessed neat mea. That's amazing so so what was the timing of this. Was she on merimee was what was the timing of the projects. I don't think new mayor was on my rainy at the time. I don't think. I don't think that started yet. Okay whatever it was she could not do it and she definitely have furred me as a atlanta local which is and it was just disappear perfect marriage of course because i wanted to do i love doing period pieces and jennifer is one of my good friends so it just made
"aretha" Discussed on Cueca Apertada
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