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The Dylan catalog, a 60-year rock 'n' roll odyssey, is sold
"I got a question for you. Are you doing fan. Bob dylan fan. I'm okay with them. But i'm not a hardcore you bet. If you're if you don't like dylan you better get ready. Because you're going to hear a lot more dylan. I'm telling you why. After i tell you about shed concrete this homeowners and builders out there you know what i'm gonna tell you. My brother-in-law greg at the folks that shake crete they have a huge selection of pre cast concrete steps. You got to check this out. There's a tv commercial. Would meet in it and you get to see all the great steps that they have to offer but you can do that on the website you can stop by and see whether you're building a new home where you need to replace an old staircase. Shay has great vibes with designs for any home. They're veiling concrete. You can customize your steps with beautiful stone granite or brick. New staircase can dramatically upgrade the front entrance of your home. Maybe that's tom brady. Inches el ni. 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That's right And by the way He sold is popularly. Seventy eight which is another one of those amazing miracles. The bob dylan still around still kicking. Well did you hear what he said about this jerry region. But here's what's going to happen you me. We'll be watching You know football game. We're watching wednesday night football thursday night football tuesday night. Football game mini mini games That around these days and there's gonna be a commercial for flow or he'll be commercial for you name it Gimme gimme some tv for apple apple. Lot of apple commercials. That's a good one apple amazon target. And it'll be Some of my friend is blowing in the wind blowing in the wind or something blue. What's blue some blue jet blue. And they'll be tangled up in blue. You'll go what bob dylan. His stuff is going to be of vera readily available companies to put in tv commercials. Because bob dylan sold out. It's bob dylan's if you don't like it if you think you know that he's Not that kind of guy that he wouldn't ever seventy-nine by the way he sold out. He took the money. God bless him his family's gonna why he needs the money but his family is going to be fabulously wealthy for generations but companies like target nap bullen and whatever flow what is flow sell insurance. Press gress yes i defense. They're going to be able to play. Dylan's pay whatever the going rate is and they could play it and you'll hear it all over the place just like you here. You know the rolling stones in some cases or taylor swift and other artists who was amazing. When i read the story it was about some of the other artists of fleetwood. Mac sold theirs for like. I get the number here here. It is eighty million dollars they sold. It wasn't even the whole catalog eighty million dollars. Fleetwood mac and dillon skate. Like columbine could probably name more wallflower songs and he can bog way. Bob dole i. It's right over my head. I have no idea i look. I'm surprised he got three hundred million. Based on the fact that that ship has sailed a long time ago dylan receives a lump sum between two hundred and four hundred I'm not sure what the what. The stevie nicks sold their publishing catalog for eighty million dollars. The dylan portfolio six hundred songs while other bands who have sold their catalogs sold. You know taking the money. Blondie barry manilow and the estates of john lennon and kurt cobaine. I believe john lennon the beatles. Paul mccartney bought them for like a ridiculous amount of money Like eight hundred million. Paul mccartney owns well. Didn't jackson by michael jackson and then mccray jackson and a falling out story there. But there's only one to look up jerry. Three hundred million eighty million two hundred to four hundred million. What did what did brian. Wilson's father sell the beach boys catalogue for another against the wishes without the kids. Even knowing and i think he sold it for like seventy dollars and a coke or something new never spoke to his father again obviously but if the beach boys is the one you would want because of the catchy jingles. Yeah that's true point and that the father sold it for nothing. He had no idea what he had. And what the value of wasn't a guy goes. Hey i'm gonna dig deep here. I'll give you five hundred dollars. Whereas i sold and brian wilson was never the same after it happened. It's a good point. But i think dylan's got a lot of those you know catch even though they you know might be whatever. The revolutionary songs at times they are a change in blowing in the wind and songs like that which will which will fit nicely in commercials. And we'll be sick of them all with and i'm sure he had control over it and limited the exposure but i guarantee you. He sold the rights to some two songs to some commercials. I assume right Yeah i guess. So i mean i don't blame me if you're gonna die soon and you wanna take care of you. Offspring kids grandkids. You say. What the hell. What do i care if not be capitalizing on all the different changes that are going on in the music industry. I bet it's like a five person team that he has controlling the catalog right. Like it's a he. He owns time. Bob no one said a need the money for anything the the couple couple of years ago. Long before covid were dylan on went on tour and performed at three hundred nights in a year three hundred nights in one year deal and he was like seventy five and i don't know anyone that went to see him. He wasn't playing the big rooms anymore but he's just addicted to performing and singing his songs and i must have just an insane amount of money already. I mean just. But it's like what bob cousy sold all his Collectibles always memorabilia. He said what do i need it for. This is going to pay for my grandkids education. And can you blame him for that. I wouldn't. I'm a big lira. Guy when it comes to rock and roll. If you consider dylan rock and roll and dylan for what i again. He's not my bag particularly. I don't have any bob dylan on my phone. But his his lyrics. If back on my i always think that you know if you get ten best lyrics of all time. You don't need a whether they know which way the wind blows is one of the great lines right and i'm with you. I'm a lear. Emma word man to and i love you know singing along to whatever tangled up in blue and he. He won the nobel prize for whatever writing. Poetry didn't show up for the award. You know. I believe. I believe greta thune. Berg was second so she'd go toward for him but no he won the nobel prize. I think he blew the market and show up to get the thing and these the only singer or songwriter to win to win it
Director Alex Hammer on Expecting Amy
"This weekend showcase with an interview with Alex Hamer. He directed and edited, expecting Amy the new, many docuseries comedian Amy Schumer, who went on tour after learning that she was pregnant. You join Amy and her husband, chef Chris Fischer. From the beginning of her rocky pregnancy to the birth, all as she travels across the country, making others laugh. She's very funny, but what I thought we were going to see was, you know Comedy on stage. It would be like a Chris Rock special or Dave Sopel special, but it's not so much being funny on stage. Is it her being a person who's funny on and offstage but you're mostly looking at her backstage and in her personal life, right? Yeah, I mean, it starts with her creating are developing a special that you want to film them along the way she finds out that she's pregnant while she's on a 40 city tour, So it's always a curveball and like trying to develop her stand up special when she's working on on the road. And and increasingly becoming more and more pregnant, becoming sick because of that, because, uh, lucky symptoms coming from that she goes through a very difficult pregnancy. She cannot keep food down. And sometimes in the toilet minutes before she goes on to stage and Can you and seems to kill on stage, right? I mean, you were there was her comedy Good every night. Yeah, I think later on in the theories talked about like she can always perform regardless of how she feels, because it's something that you kind of drop into. And it all looks like spend. Ah, how you're feeling because you're in a different zone and become very clear with a lot of performers I think go to got to. Yeah, I turned it on. You know, I thought that was one of the more interesting observations about it, she said. You sometimes forget What you're doing is making people happy. What you do is we could hear them laughing. You go. Okay, that's working. Or maybe that's not working. And then you refine your your act as you work your way through, Say, a tour. But it's not like you're going up there. Philanthropic Lee trying to make people happy, It's a job you're doing. You're doing it as well as you can. Oh, and by the way people laugh when you do your job. Well, that's part of my citizens. Isn't that fascinating? Yeah, I think that a lot of people who you know is it is work. Any kind of entertainment is a lot of work to really home here on your craft and instruments. Forget like what you're bringing to an autumn because you're so focused on making something perfect. Not to name drop because I can't but only recently talked to Barry Manilow. Barry Manilow had a new album coming out this year, and he and the New York Times he and I talked about this, he said. I don't have fun. When I'm up there. I'm trying to deliver something. And I'm always cognizant of how I'm doing. And when I'm done if you enjoyed it, I'm happy about that. But, um I enjoying the music up there the way you are. No, I'm working on my job. Yeah, work. Really? And this was shot with a smartphone or smartphones. Is that right? On. It was a combination of like, basically whatever they could get their hands on a lot of really personal footage from her husband, Chris, and then they brought on somebody that he's been working with on tour forever. Market special price You shot a large portion of it as well. Interviews backstage and in their home, So the Knicks of all types of Snap and grab type stuff. And it kind of worked for
"barry manilow" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"The affair odd. Cast a Bob and Sheri odd cast download on the free Bob and Sheri APP website. Wherever you get your podcasts Jerry. So I don't know if this is all that accurate it's from a website called high speed Internet dot COM. They do a weekly. I'm sorry yearly. Look at the safest and the most dangerous states for online dating so if you're cruising tinder looking for Valentine's Day date heads up. The results are based on how likely you are to get scammed. How much money scammers have stolen from people and Sd rates in each state? So last year. No yeah I know what's the safest safest state last year was Vermont? As a matter of fact it was safest for two years in a row but this year. It's number two. The Safest State for dating in America is main. Congratulations mainers there you go. I think Maine people are pretty straight up unless you find yourself in Stephen King's fictional town of dairy where they're maniacal clowns in the sewers and vampires and everything places perfect but for the most part I feel like main people tell you how it is. And here's the rest of the listing the safest state's online dating in two thousand twenty our main West. Virginia Vermont actually is third West. Virginia's second and Kentucky New Hampshire South Dakota North Dakota Idaho Nebraska and Iowa. Here are the ten riskiest states for online dating Alaska. Nevada California North Carolina Maryland Colorado Virginia Washington New York. And of course Florida Florida. Yeah so what surprises you there Alaska to that of all time. That was the most surprising. Because you know you say California and it's a wonderful place. It's a great state but it's so big it's so diverse there's GonNa be some craziness going on right in Florida. Obviously you know it's an interesting state. People in Alaska like wired to be helpful in neighborly and friendly and the nights are long winters are cold. Just thinking like that would be an optimal place so that's your heads up for the riskiest and the best places the date online and here as we approach. Valentine's Day from PR. News wire are It's it's it's a collection from a website called fit smart business dot com. They came up with The worst Valentine's Day gifts people have posted online from last year. A break-up seven percent of people who were this think say they were dumped by somebody on Valentine's Day which to me is like hey bud come on. You couldn't give it one more day had do that. There's Allenton stay now. Is always going to be a bad memory for her. There's a new expression called Valentine leading to you. Know what that means. No means breaking up with someone right before Valentine's Day so you don't have to spend the money on them because you're not you're not really into it you just don't WanNa have to hit the pocket or how much you really spending. It's not so much if I were going to be doing that. It would not be the money as much as it would be all the performing this adult performance. Do you really like it. Yeah I gave a lot of thought to that purse Here's another one. That's somebody got the Huggy Graham. Which is an arm shaped pillow? That hugs a purse. I want then my house a Wendy's drive-thru meal a wild squirrel. How did you catch? Actually my wife will probably didn't we do within. The squirrels were pets at one time. Like in the seventeen hundred. Yeah well my wife's Adopted a few that were wild squirrel firm. I know that's that's what my My dog would be saying because he after six years he's never been able to Dog Treats when the person doesn't have a dog. I don't know why you would do that. 'cause you're adding that. Gwyneth Paltrow special candle that one clothing for to like a two person snuggle or a sweater. I've never no no. I've never dated a man that would get us a two person smoggy or swearing you good for you. Which but bob what would you do? Let's say that you and Mary had were dating about six months. And here comes Valentine's Day and she gets to persons snuggie and wants to spend a Sunday afternoon watching hallmark movies in the two persons Snuggie Star euphonium enough to ride it out. I'd start smoking again. And then just say. Dropped the cigarette on it. You're you know what you're going to do it. Your and this is respect your phony enough to do a Sunday afternoon to personally. I knew when we're watching. Whatever she wants you've only been dating six months. She makes funny faces. Max is he not phony enough for the two percents yagi hallmark movie marathon She's GonNa she's GonNa Throw it away after about two days. You know why. I'm GONNA get knowing. Do you know what I mean. Yeah because I mean I'm right there. I'm right there. I mean we're here. Anyway she can throw it away and I don't have to smoke again Somebody got tweezers for Valentine's Day that sense of passive aggressive and finally a toilet street seat that sounds passive aggressive to say that. Sounds like maybe you should have just dumped that person. Done the Vallon tidying thing. It's Bob and Sheri us the talk back to back each time. The Free Auburn Sherry APP and leave us a message. Friend of Mine Imprac to friends of mine Their son is getting married in about a month or so. And it's it's kind of a destination wedding. They live there but a lot of their family does not. They live in southern California and a lot of their family including the parents live on the east coast. So it's a big deal for people to fly there to go to sweating. It's a real. It's a real commitment as a destination wedding and I guess that's kind of what it would be for people on the East Coast in the Mid West to fly to Los Angeles I was going. I was just about to get my ticket. And then you and I were booked for an appearance Meeting listeners and so I am unable to go. I feel badly about that. I am looking at what is probably the worst destination wedding that has ever been held. It was just posted on. Read it A friend of somebody is having a wedding in Cancun Mexico okay. The bride and the groom are not just asking people to fly to Mexico to pay for their hotel and to take time off work because the wedding is on a Monday their guests also have to through a time share presentation. That is the nightmare. Well you know why I bet the couples getting all deal. GotTa deal that many people awaiting expensive thing you gotta give them points for creativity. I them nothing. That's so horrible. And this copy and it says right now. It's not clear if that was part of the deal for the couple to get married at the hotel. Oh yes it was. That was a major part of it. They had to they had to provide. I Dunno twenty people or whatever. How could you do that? How could you ask people to fly their spend all that money on the hotel and then sit through a pressure? Pack time share presentation. That's going to go on for at least two hours. I could then take the tour. I couldn't ask that of people that I loved now as phony as I can be. I don't think I can sit through a time share presentation like I'm interested. I don't think you give yourself enough credit if there if you were if the incentive was right if the reason that you were sitting through that time share presentation was right. I believe you are phony enough to pull that off like a champ. Thank you you are welcome. And I mean that they're in other words. If I knew that this couple they really wanted to be in Cancun. This means the world to them. Yeah and this is. This is part of the deal. You could do it in fact. There is almost no scenario in the world that I don't believe you are incapable of being phone enough. Pull off thank you very much. I really appreciate that. That is a beautiful view. Wow Gosh I mean you can't see the ocean But what if you blur your eyes? You don't see the parking lot and are those mountains in the background. That is something you're you're capable of almost anything and that is a compliment. I think your ability to turn that on and be the funniest thing going as it's like social Ky. Man You could just get through any social situation. Social K Y you know. I never thought of myself that way but their third times worse so uncomfortable that you're like is the is the buffs social jar. I can I. May I ask a question the pool? It's so big and there's only like three or four people that are sitting around it is like oh it is. It's that way most of that. Well that's that's a plus for us. We've had a handful of situations in our career that have been so awkward awkward. I just I look at you. It's all a man squeezed harder and get in there because it is all you thank you so much for supporting show. I. I've always very clean and out to do an appearance here. It's just so much fun for me. I'd met some listeners. That would otherwise thank you. Hey thank you so much for listening to the bobbing sorry podcast. And the Bob and Sheri odd cast. We would love if you would subscribe rate and review and share it with a friend on facebook twitter instagram. Wherever you go and thank you again for listening..
"barry manilow" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"Speaking of people regularly regarded as second class citizens. It's the Bob and Sheri Show with Bob. I'm not here to be consistent. I'm going to be Bob and Sheri Argue with that and now broadcasting from the palatial bothered Sherry Studios Bobbins Sherry and Bob will be here momentarily. He's running a little bit late today. So we're just without him because the show is beginning whether we're here or not you'll never guess who's going to be on the show today. The actual living breathing walking talking legend. Barry Manilow is going to join us in the next hour of the show. I don't even know how this happened. Todd was like Barry Manilow Said WE WANNA call him at his apartment in New York today and I was like. Yeah we want to call Barry manilow apartment in New York so we'll be on it a little bit and as we were coming in. Here's our CO worker. Double Am who had texted me a couple of nights ago that he was playing music at an Irish is it a feis affects. Yes fash back as a fash. Fashion is It's Gosh what is it? It's like your news. Traditional Irish dance Gathering against Irish dancers there. There were special shoes and the big hair and everything. Yeah yeah none of them were me so. I was wondering decisions. Yeah I play traditional Irish Tenor Banjo so I was I was the musician. So you guys were playing and the Dan the. I've been to dance competitions where Irish dancers compete. Sure that is. That's what that is some hard demanding dance. It's fascinating yeah. It's it's hard to play. It's hard to dance but It's IT'S FUN. It's it's good pub music and It it's what a party. So how many how? Many musicians. In how many dancers seven musicians we had and their head to beat. Gosh maybe five hundred answers plenty dancers. Yeah you're like you're like my dance mom front. Is that a good thing. That's a good thing. No one no one else in this building has any idea what it's like to be a dance mom. Now you were there with five hundred Irish dancers dancing. I guess as playing well so yeah. You never learned how to do that. That whole like Lord of the Dance River dance thing. Oh now I need to send you a picture but No I pretended wants to. But the I'm not a good dancer. Musician Negu Dancer And does your does your daughter does she? Do are standing there not into it. No you know. It's always the way with your family and the people you marry. Yeah it is. Yeah it's never into what you're into. Its whenever I'm practicing. My daughter has one of her friends over. And they'll all ask you which your dad doing you know and it's just really it's just dad so just ignore him so it's really weird to her even though like the whole. Mumford and sons thing. That didn't get you anything you got me. Nothing can get me. Nowhere gabby nowhere. It's so uncool to them. It is just really embarrassing. It's embarrassing yeah. It's it's nothing that you want to show off in front of your daughters France now sometimes when you play at a Do you wear traditional Irish clothing. Like from the day give little knickers or I don't know. Now it's it's your every day we can close so it's it's pretty a pretty boric and do you sing to. I don't now any by have I have on occasions I have. I'm not a good singer so WMD mean to tell me that even when your daughter was younger and Saint Patrick's Day was rolling around in fourth grade. Even then your gifts were not appreciate it. I was just always just dorky dead yet. That is so cool to her and now she's seventeen is even worse is worse it's worse. Yeah I just that's not anything. She's connected his just now. I grew up in pub- though for some reason I thought it was always pretty cool so I grew up in a very traditional Irish home. A group After Church we've been all go to pub- cousins when play the family? Play my family my wife and daughter they think is just obnoxious so they just they hate it. We can't figure out what it is About humanity that causes us to be attracted to and debris with people that find the things we enjoy completely stupid but everyone I know you max. Bob Probably Ed's over there going. Yeah Yup Yup. Do they think stupid. It doesn't matter what it is like. I love to cook. I mean I love to cook and this is my husband who by the way if I turn my back on them for a minute. We'll eat a can of sausages and drink the juice out of these disgusting right. This is my husband. I love to cook. You have landed a woman who loves to cook. And here's my husband. I don't live to eat. I eat to live well if you eat to live wise that can of sausages in your mouth. Because that's not how you're gonNA live. No yeah I I can't cook. I can't Cook to save my life and that's just not anything I'm going to be good at. I know that I can't microwave heating right you are you have a specialized and unique talent and no one in your family appreciates it. But I'll go and we'll play in planning. A couple of sessions wishes music sessions. Planning a couple of sessions a week in the crowd of going nuts. So they're crowded love it. They'll be one hundred people. Two hundred people in POB and everybody would be cheering yelling. But when I go home I geek just to my wife and daughter. It is so on cool and see here. I was thinking. You must've one your wife's heart with that tenor Banjo action in a pub. Chicago but apparently not lord of the Tenor Ben. I tell you what even her that my in laws there. What Dill Kiki? We think it's so cool way cool. It's Bobby Sherry us. The talk back to teach on the free and Sherry APP and leave us a message. Happy Day before Valentine's Day Bob's running a little bit late. He should. He should be here any minute now. so we were just talking with our CO worker double. Am who had has to go to work now. But we made him stay back because during the break he was telling us about what his parents were like and when he was a kid. His Dad would buy a differently. Pos Car every month. And did he liked to fix them up. Was He at Tinker. Now these cars he he would buy. He would never buy a car. That was more expensive than five hundred dollars and they would breakdown than he would. Just buy another one rather than spend any money to fix it was. It's the old school by with cash so it was a fluid neighborhood that we grew up in. So then you would just pull in with this beater and God forbid you enrolled on the windows because the felt would come down from the ceiling and it's like a A parachute in the back. Just mean smoke blown out of it. Oh can you remember? What's the longest one of those cars last? It was in about a month or two and a couple of months. Yeah it was a couple of months. It was so embarrassing when Your Dad would come and pick you up with your friends and pull up in this one after another. Yeah there was this one car that he bought. He bought it for fifty dollars. All right so in when you take a left the steering wheel would only go so far so then he would have to back up and then just key and then dry Ford them. Back up and drive forward and cars would be beeping and it was Bar Fifty Bucks. One door opened in that car and it wasn't the driver's side so he had to get in the back of the front sees. Yeah it was an old plymouth also I have to say I'm super impressed. That for fifty bucks. It had an engine. It ran fine. It just didn't turn so he could turn to the right but not to the left where he couldn't really turn in any direction any direction. Yeah so it was. It was pretty bad. What was your mom's position on all of this? She ignored it I think she ignored it in in the car. Had to get parked in the back of the The the garage. So it's actually the recipe for. I think a happy marriage if you if you are able to ignore.
"barry manilow" Discussed on KCRW
"She on this Labor Day weekend hopefully you are out enjoying the sunshine so much great music to get to and a very special ticket giveaway coming up before three o'clock this afternoon Barry Manilow will be performing at the Hollywood Bowl on a Friday September six a will have five pairs of tickets to give away to check out the legend the icon himself Mr Barry Manilow at the Hollywood Bowl right now we get thing started with music from Jonathan Wilson it's KCRW she it's a brand new single from tourist on KCRW bunny is the name of the song man I trust in there with show me how had a that was will go with their brand new one love is everywhere from the forthcoming ode to joy when you work from Liam Gallagher one of us is from why me why not and Jonathan Wilson got a started with living with myself rare.
"barry manilow" Discussed on KQED Radio
"So you've got this big picture Barry Manilow on your chest and I have to say you're anti Manilow bias is really showing I'm just saying so you have that that could be right I should tell you that these the participants in these experiments were undergraduates for home Barry Manilow was not to particularly pride inducing figure that said they also ran the experiment later using figures that people were in fact consistently happier to have on their chest like Martin Luther king or Jerry Seinfeld or Bob Marley you get the same effects with them too those are my choices Manilow Marley king and Seinfeld and different experiments these different things also in some experiments use John tension vanilla ice so it's not just a very mantle of phenomena okay okay but you get the idea so they put on this T. shirt and they walked down the hallway can you run into a labral and there happened to be a few other people sitting around the room these are other participants in the experiment there already filling out the questionnaire is an experimenter says you've arrived a little bit late but it's okay just go ahead and get started here you can sit down and you start filling out the questionnaire after just a moment the experiment of turns back around it says you know what I'm afraid you've started a little bit late ones just come on out of the room and you know what will get you started doing something else okay at that point the experiment is really over what happens now is the experimentar asks you how many people in that room would be able to identify that it was Barry Manilow on your shirt and when you say identify that was him not meaning like you don't mean how many people knew that that like this was him you're talking about did they notice whether I was wearing a very low sure enough that's right did they notice that you were a bit wearing a Barry Manilow and so you predicted how many in the room he thought would I would say Hey I'm wearing a Barry Manilow shirt hundred percent of the people are gonna notice someone your so they did something like that yes whether you are proud of it or embarrassed of it they tended to think that lots of people would notice in fact they thought about fifty percent of people in the room would notice because you weren't in there for a long time you were at the center of attention we could a major the center of attention but you weren't so they were busy and other things but it was still pretty high the important comparison is not that it's how many of the people in the room actually did notice that it was very Manilow on your shirt and there it looked as far as you could tell nobody was able to tell that is very mellow do you mean to say that people aren't paying attention to everything that I do it is possible yeah so what do you call this affect them so this is a a consistent problem with ego centrism so one thing that makes it hard to understand what others are thinking is that we tend to rely on our own mind perhaps a little bit too much in contexts where it's not necessarily perfectly appropriate to do so maybe a rational thing to do but it still leads to an accuracy so in this situation here you're wearing is Barry Manilow sure Stephen your proudest fact you're you're strut your stuff walking into this room and because you are so aware of yourself it's easy then to assume that others are more aware of you than they actually are and that's just one of many different examples of where ego centrism or inherent focus on ourselves you're always present when you are present you are always aware of yourself and your own thoughts and feelings when you're out in the world that can sometimes lead to errors this is one case where it leads you to think that your notice more often than you actually are what definitely.
"barry manilow" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Of Barry Manilow her name fantastic yeah you may be a fan I'm a family you are well so maybe this should be a pride inducing kind of moment but other sorry I just wanna get a street so so I putting the shirt on my putting the berry memo shirt on over what I'm wearing or my wearing it like a regular sure I believe you are putting over what you are wearing because we tend not to have people get naked in our experiments that's a different kind of research the reason I'm asking is because it's even more irregular looking all yeah because not only in my now wearing a Barry Manilow sure memory a very mellow shirt over my clothes yeah you don't look good that's very clear and it's also a big shirt because it's kind of it everybody so you're not looking good so you've got this big picture Barry Manilow on your chest and I have to say you're anti Manilow bias is really showing I'm just saying you know that that could be right I should tell you that these the participants in these experiments were undergraduates for home Barry Manilow was not to particularly pride inducing figure that said they also ran the experiment later using figures that people were in fact consistently happier to have on their chest like Martin Luther king or Jerry Seinfeld or Bob Marley you get the same effects with them too those are my choices Mantello Marley king and Seinfeld and different experiments these different things also in some experiments use John tension vanilla ice so it's not just a Barry Manilow phenomena okay okay but you get the idea so they put on his T. shirt and they walked down the hallway can you run into a labral there happened to be a few other people sitting around the room these are other participants in the experiment there already filling out the questionnaire isn't experimentar says you've arrived a little bit late but it's okay just go ahead and get started here you can sit down and you start filling out the questionnaire after just a moment the experiment a turns back around it says you know what I'm afraid you've started a little bit late one is just come on out of the room and you know what will get you started doing something else okay at that point the experiment is really over what happens now is the experimentar asks you how many people in that room would be able to identify that it was Barry Manilow on your shirt and when you say identify that it was him not meaning like you don't mean how many people knew that that like this was him you're talking about did they notice whether I was wearing a very low sure enough that's right did they notice that you were about wearing a Barry Manilow and so you predicted how many in the room he thought would I would say Hey I'm wearing a Barry Manilow sure hundred percent of the people are gonna notice someone your so they did something like that yes whether you are proud of it or embarrassed of it they tended to think that lots of people would notice in fact they thought about fifty percent of people in the room would notice because you weren't in there for a long time you were at the center of attention we could a major the center of attention but you weren't so they were busy on other things but it was still pretty high the important comparison is not that it's how many of the people in the room actually did notice that it was very mellow on your shirt and there it looked as far as you could tell nobody was able to tell that is Barry Manilow do you mean to say that people aren't paying attention to everything that I do it is possible yeah now so what do you call this affect them so this is a a consistent problem with ego centrism so one thing that makes it hard to understand what others are thinking is that we tend to rely on our own mind perhaps a little bit too much in contexts where it's not necessarily perfectly appropriate to do so maybe a rational thing to do but it still leads to an accuracy so in this situation here you're wearing is Barry Manilow sure Stephen you're proud of this fact you're you're strut your stuff walking into this room and because you are so aware of yourself it's easy then to assume that others are more aware of you than they actually are and that's just one of many different examples of where ego centrism or inherent focus on ourselves you're always present when you are present you are always aware of yourself and your own thoughts and feelings when you're out in the world that can sometimes lead to errors this is one case where it leads you to think that your notice more often than you actually are.
"barry manilow" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"That's a strange mix. I think it went. I was thinking going together. Naturally you're been this is my mom my seat that this move Hori on ever who's your who's your strolling intro for you made the move now says aw man. I've not heard this in a long time as a reason for it happy birthday Paul Anka seventy seventy seven years old must be nice to have an iconic song like this yeah seventy. Seven people still know that song people still remember this. It's like people like him. Barry manilow like Neil diamond diamond well neil diamond had more hits and I guess Barry Manilow had more hits like I don't know how much much I don't really know how much Paul Anka had I just remember this one more. I looked at Lenny Kravitz what you don't know about that that one but no use your illusion three nothing like that but he's got a couple. I looked at I recognize it. Let's see here Paul Anka seventy seven years old <hes> what else <hes> you are my destiny and Diana dirty dirty Diana Rachel yeah original dirty Diana and he wrote the music for Tom Jones including including his biggest hit. She's a lady Oh. He's a he's a Les Hacen Most Oh and guess what he also did with Michael Jackson. I never heard Diana. No I never heard he remixed Diane. What is IT I? I never heard the name of it so I don't think it did hurt so he did some things things man he does. You know doing some things from Ottawa Canada my my parents. My parents probably still go see Paul Anka. If given the opportunity of Paul Anka rolled in Saint Saint Louis. My parents probably would still Easter with US correct. Yes okay. Let's see here make sure trust to run down. Just a run down Raj Dot.
"barry manilow" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"No, no, no. It's all about just finding right material inviting somebody I can fall in love with do you fall in love easily. No you've been with the same woman since what eighty four. Four eighty thirty years thirty plus years. It's it's just it's crazy to me. How like someone has a body work like this where where they come from? Where you like you hear about Spielberg, and you hear about these big directors, and they studied at USC, and they always wanted to be a filmmaker was that you I wanted to be the next Barry Manilow. How's that sound? Do. You know? Are you kidding? You're playing with me right now. I can't because I'm a huge Barry Manilow fan. Well, they go if I can you name five Barry Manilow songs. Mandy copacabana. Could it be magic? Yeah. We can New England saying they wanna highschool they'll again New England. So you wanted to be the next Barry Manilow? I did want to be the next berry mental. It was funny. I wanted to see him with the how it will two years ago. And I call the ticket scalper it's the best seat to remand. And the guy says don't worry, we know probably getting. Front row practically it was fantastic. Excellent. Anything everything right? Always saying all so much energy fence that he's sing even. Yeah. We'll have. And so you're a singer why started off with on? Yeah. Do still sing does your wife. Catch you singing and go God, you're not anymore. Not anymore. I've kind of fallen out of it. And all that stuff. You don't wanna don't wanna hear it? No. You find yourself seeing on sets on pilots. Let's crazy. I just was at a concert. How it bull had Michael McDonald? Was there? Kenny Loggins increase because across brought fifty my friends from early. Of course, I knew he wasn't an amazing antastic. It was a great concert. Mooney fantastic. Still love it because you were around my age. Exactly. Right. And mentally you're much older old. You fifty eight fifty eight you have such a soft sweet face soft sweet young faced you do. You. Look you look young fifty eight. He just nah field. Fifty eight. You feel fifty. Yeah. No, no. What it was? It was the fact that in highschool I sang, and it was musicals the whole thing acted and whole deal. I love doing that much. I went to college was always major, and then when we got into college, and I share contin realize it, I'm not going to do it. I won't be able to want to be not that good down. I started I music. I sorta maybe the business of music, and that none of that something had turned me on in nineteen eighty. I took a filmmaking class because there's no may write music for movies, right? And they're all of your sleeve process of making movies, and I wrote music for this little movie, I did as maybe I can touch an audience through that through music. Three four through score, John Williams. Well, exactly Thomas numerous something. But then I decided through directing by this wrote MRIs was more of a blue collar profession in some respects at that point was hard that hard work. And I was at a film school in which they had a lot of equipment, but not all students or was this university of Miami Florida hard to get into. No, no, it wasn't wasn't much of film school at all getting into western Kentucky university. Exactly. He's pretty easy. Yeah. Good school..
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"Stunning victory. Mark Remillard, ABC news and the relationship between parents and youth league officials is coming to ahead so much so that parents bad behavior. Prompting w I a president Dave Anderson dependent op Ed telling them to cool it with the verbal abuse youth. Sports extra Barry Manilow says some states have even taken extreme measures to keep from being abused by parents in the stands. The sign contract about their behavior. Otherwise, your kids can't play or their kids are suspended from playing. There's other places in the country where they have a silence Saturdays where the games are played with no fans in the
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"Free all day long some rite aid storefronts in san diego hollywood and long beach right eight employees say the intended audience is not the customers does it and this is not the first time there's been done they had done it they put classical music out there and hope it drives away people who hate it make it uncomfortable audio warfare so rite aid has been testing since early this year whether playing just a few of the manilow songs cuts down on the riffraff they just play over and over it's kind of like what they do i think it'd get gitmo isn't it the make it less comfortable they figure it would deter loiterers and panhandlers so far they say the plan has worked but it's mystified and annoyed neighbors and shoppers who have been belting out their own feelings to store managers and on youtube and everything else people are worried about the moved into place in long beach this lisa masters detective said that she worried about the noise and local bar scene and said she heard barry manilow at all hours atop value well she needed a valium top volume so that'll make a grown man cry meanwhile jon stewart did they play the distinct breath because he was in that mood last he showed up in one of those kind of used to be funny moments on colbert both of them are a co baron steward you're very funny it's just hard to tell but here's john stewart addressing the president last night just showed up surprises the crowd michael moore talking about rising up donald hello to me guy made sure everyone knew was jewish on twitter i know you're upset about all the criticism even taken in the fake news fake late night shows it's just still having a little trouble adjusting to your presidency as it goes into its five hundred year.
"barry manilow" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"How many people do not love good barry manilow song i know barry manilow is kind of cheesy but i think at a certain point in the aging process of music click it becomes it becomes cool but everybody goes secretly under your breath everyone is now going to be singing mandy their entire check to work now it's going to be in your ear now great i've i mean cheeses it's not trendy but it's fun i like him i don't tell you a quick story about very mental but i i just tell you why we're discussing barry manilow in california apparently they as we know we've seen the pictures they have a lot of homeless they had so they have a lot of people who camp out on sidewalks and things like that well some rite aid stores in california are trying to dissuade people from hanging out in front of their stores so they blast berry manilow tunes get them to leave does that work i don't know i think it would just lined up with a lot of people's silently humming mandy or whatever wow i feel like my motherinlaw would probably start living at rite aid if barry manilow was playing twenty four seven tell you i kinda dig it so one neighbor said one woman who lives near right it's just it's just a pilot program right now she says i feel trapped in an episode of the twilight zone said i thought some older man had died and left a berries most depressing hits cd on repeat good how are you against berry come on come on who does not love cocoa copa cabana right oh yeah so all right so listen very quick story we read the beach i think it was last summer and we just we suddenly just here my husband just start looking at each other we hear somebody's singing barry manilow but i wanna say it was mandy i don't remember which song it was but this guy singing and so we look around and here's this guy and he's got headphones on and this is a big burly guy and he's got headphones on and he's singing barry manilow and so we just start snickering and everything in his kids are appalled his kids are like dad dad everything so mom sees what's happening mom joins in so now mom and dad are are belt now barry manilow on the beach and everybody's just turning around looking at them and so the kids were little bit older they were making their their teens they just gave up and the whole family just started singing very manilow it was great it was amazing and so you know everybody else in within earshot with silently singing barry manilow to themselves as well it was great so yeah a rite aid spokeswoman said other customers are finding it difficult to enter some of their stores because of loiterers so they started employing a couple of deterrence and one of them is berry manilow there in the early stages of exploring the approach and they have not made any decisions about the potential roll out of this two additional stores yeah it's being used in san diego in hollywood holy cow now i love it well you remember is nine hundred eighty nine member music the united states used it to get manual noriega out of an embassy that's where the idea came blasting music like the rolling stones there's a bunch of options things they were using it back then listen i think i think there are a lot of people who deep down inside love barry manilow and we know all the words people know all the words so deep down inside you kind of like him he's like neil diamond sweet caroline everybody loves that song so it's the same thing i think everyone deep down inside kind of lakes the manilow everyone is a fennel i guess that's right i guess it'd be hard to to be trying to sleep if you're homeless in your alley just outside the rite aid and every time you're listening to sweet caroline you're saying.
"barry manilow" Discussed on Rose Pricks: A Bachelor Roast
"I swear to god lender goes mom is explicit a actual word and i said yeah it is and he goes oh so he used a real word i go yeah but he didn't use it correctly and he goes okay good dislike they're all real words is just like the it's like boggle it's boggle with full words so she wants to capitol records she's like this it's going to follow his mind capitol records so they walk in and see all these records and she goes oh my god katy perry don't know ham dono her don't sam smith don't owe him don't know her choirboy goes frank sinatra she's like oh so they go in and it's like a little old woman piano and they're like this but my my favorite part of that was that although although it looked like a brunette barry manilow that he goes she's like and this is richard marx like you would ever actually know that she goes well first of all choirs like i was honestly stunt beca goes so richard marx you know he's got award winning grammys she's like i've got a yours on a loop i sure do why don't you stay with me oh god it was so painful he's like whereas you would have to take it rebecca how it's me i can see your eyes in your eyes oh richard marx he love his voice overtured max parody usa am i right he's like you know what has.
"barry manilow" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"On you and i would have lost our shit if barry manilow was on that show shit opted not to team far off track but i asked him biking my mtv shea we back in the day i asked her manilow to be in my first episode he thinks in phone call jenny literally uncle jenny and i wanted him to do video with me where we roll around like the opening of grace danny stand here baking out on the beach and wanted him to roll around make out with me as the water like hit our bodies and literally this is like okay he's thinking about it he's almost there we think he's going to say yes we're all freaking out at end up i'm exactly what i'm gonna wear and then at the last minute he pulled out he was scared i was i mean i know maybe let's revisit this maybe go back to his publicist and ask if you could film some sort of roller skating sequence where he lifts you into the air i don't even know if he can like hip thrust anymore because on from yeah last summer okay what kind of cleaning jobs required of contests asleep this rental home so like in other words do you think they need to burn the bunk beds in re wax the floors back anybody is still living enough how wally out so in move back in insane notre great we live in that house.
"barry manilow" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Club and fifty six wg sunday morning thanks to barry manilow and low bit of time with her today happy to interview to you this morning from all the fan load texting and calling you throughout the morning sweep stories somebody texted the story of why barry manilow is significant to them says here that my middle son was born forty years ago he was a fussy baby i often sang the song can't smile without you to him i told him about those days and when he got married in two thousand and four he surprised me with that very song for our mother son dance that the wedding that a beautiful story i'm good today how are you isn't that a nice story about the same sweet how about for you have favorite barry your song as he had a uc the out for some time ago but i want to target and i asked a young girl on the counter i have the new dairy now cd and she goes who said he makes the young girl singing mike my college age granddaughter and all her friends were singing and dancing to copacabana so i use them to barry at some point you realize when a very manilow sunken zone and you're singing along with that these are you know these are all the songs of our youth is these are the he wrote the songs and he did make the whole world sing that's very true he surely did i'm i'm glad to hear on your program it's nice of you to call in i have two things i wanna do a number one i want to give you a twenty five dollar gift certificate for lou malnati's for being nice and today i don't know if i didn't expect anything it's my pleasure also i don't know if you heard the interview that we did at ten thirty this morning with the two stars of once the musical that's at the paramount in aurora this is such a beautiful show i would love to give you two tickets for as okay well i can be kind of hard for me and my husband to get out if someone would be maybe you have someone in your life that you would like to share these tickets with how about that what would be.
"barry manilow" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Bring up somebody like barry manilow and why he's like like lay lay i don't think so my grandpa yeah right there's a lot of bans allot groups i mean so many groups i literally guys fistfights about like hey i'm pretty into savage garden lame lame oh yeah i i like nickelback they fucking shot who train traits yourself right now brian i'm asking can the black community turn on some of their own doesn't all have to be great ramp that we don't understand and you guys just go fuck pj cal fuck it sucked he is your nickel back nickelback place instruments and sings can't do we have to be so fucking tight that you can't just go that guy he's sucks like i want some black folks going fucking guys a sack of shit doesn't do anything i'm racking my mind for example but what does someone have to get kicked out of that community like our kelly is still who trump who do you have to not stamp ticket thrown out of this community i'm just saying are kelly kelly still i know here's a deal black community when you are telling me about konya and how is genius let's just say or wiz khalifa or something house then i'll go yeah but i just saw sernet live and then the little the little ginger was doing all the singing and wiz khalifa's point at the ceiling and they'll go oh no no no no let me let me tell you about as i down or whatever i will be much more apt to listen to you if you go let me coach you up on with khalifa oh by the way tice cal fat talentless faulk never listened anyway.
"barry manilow" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"So our guy marcio the one with the he's the baby i didn't keep chose a barry manilow song to do it's a miracle i not that he didn't do a good job i just thought i came across a so cheesy see what you think like i felt like i was watching like a a telethon gary we will double your did you like that performing one out of five garys and yeah messy that's a good way to describe everything that i've heard so far background singing going onto and he was like all over the place and overly confident but i think he sounded good but i don't know i mean i would really like to see that guy make it far i sing your way there want to listen to michelle i love michelle so michelle someone who if you recall she was trying to give a little dance lesson and remember katy perry in the audition fell down and they all had to pick her up.
"barry manilow" Discussed on Tear Down Show
"So i recommend that podcast and i also recommend this mic sweeney's piece that you recommended i have one more i'm going to have an issue digital one what's the extra one it's actually this amazing so we'll you probably heard ninety nine percent of visible it's one of my favorites i going back to archive for the plane trip this morning and it they had a phenomenal one an episode called a seven hundred foot mountain of whip cream and it's a amazing trip through online or through radio jingles like the the radio ad jingle from like nineteen twenties all the way to today including you know icon i wanna buy the world coke and it's just really really well done so if you who was a successful radio jingle writer david smart know barry manilow and do you know some of the ones he wrote i know he did a mcdonnell i think he did one of the mcdonald's a break today barry manilow one yeah i mean i my my mom like very minimal so we have an alive album i we had barry manilow albums too yeah so the live on react she sings jingles i do the the like a good neighbor state farm is there i believe he wrote that one so anyway this very menlo it's really enjoyable podcasts i'd recommend it we'll put the favorite barry manilow too brandy brandy it's mandy mandy okay i met a woman at a conference name mandy and i made that goes is that you named after the barry manilow song say yes my parents didn't amy after the very mendelssohn.
"barry manilow" Discussed on Pop Shop
"I mean but yeah route rod stewart and berry mental over kinda like the the standardbearers they also go the same hair i shall we hear all we did little william way it was it was the first of a series of covers albums from the entertainer celebrating various decades and themes mandala was last on top of the list way back in nineteen 77 with barry manilow live menlo followed the 50s album with albums tributing the '60s '70s and '80s 80s was quite a bit less successful than if he's in some seas which i mean it's still me the top twenty is that why he has not yet done the night three should third working as we've back i'm looking forward very mamello covering little receiver so he cover he did albums for the '60s '70s and '80s and a greatest love songs of all time sat on and all those reached the top twenty on the 80s one reached the top twenty the other two 60s 70s actually reach the top ten as well i just think it's because his core audience probably was a lot less familiar with eighty yes yeah and they really wanted that kind of nostalgia probably the 50s which i mean that makes sense yeah but but ever his most recent album actually was this is my town songs of new york which at number twelve just last year now he's doing a city toured well white is going back there you have it back in two thousand six barry manilow got his second number one album in his most recent under one album on the billboard 200 with the greatest songs of the 50s.
"barry manilow" Discussed on WCTC
"Delaying card your listened to your show i confess this and went viral maybe not everybody listening now heard you on friday where it would say barry manilow concert that the truth one thing that i love the b o l l bean could say i'll say it again either an amazing entertainer i did not expect him to be in the incredible voice he was in the children tournament mahdi yellow turned to bitter he's things better than the elbow i heard it on a bit of cd mario as nine she was she's their shaking the glocester it was an amazing family khan he's an amazing perform tremendous just he is what a taliban may not to be enjoyed via the cell right you just hold their rightly see that at rock concert do the same thing predict at rock concerts movies movie movie that is against the law is against the law you can't do that a movie i told you when i was on my only moon intego and the storm came through knocked out the wifi as soon as a came back on three hundred people are crammed into a twenty by 20 hotel room checking their facebook because they only could they only got one room mike said so they all all these people on the case and they all go into one room paradise with white sandy beaches in a bar stocked that's free in facebook ono they're all their own a ten line two steve we are could be the other thing it does fresh for younger kids it reinforces the instant gratification behavior so when you're trying to uh still patients and and uh things take time and things just don't happen overnight the constant uh hitting the you know pressing the button getting some sort of response just reinforce nut behavior incurred have an impact longterm especially if you like if you want to save money to buy things you have to defer gratification so i think on longrun speech for younger people that not learn three said that that behavioral response has on such as hell affect yeah well if patients i mean the new york times had this piece back in.
"barry manilow" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"'bout breathing looking at the beauty around you instead of craning your neck downward to the smartphone we went to a concert last week at the for us and center here people that pay hundreds of dollars to be on the floor of this concert every one of the almost to a person has the cell phone in front of their faces recording sirte wanting to just wait for the video release they'll release it on dvd eventual they're not really thing no they're not experiencing their hands are experiencing it via television via a screen when the person is right in front of you but that's me selfdestruct or raymond don't don't glide by this concerts of who who pray tell did you see god zero listened to your show i confess this and went very well maybe not everybody listening now heard you on friday it was a barry manilow concert that the truth i love it i'll say it again that amazing energy i did not expect him to be in the incredible voice he was in the children turned to make money alternative it's said he's things better than the elbow i heard it on on a cd now as nine she was she's their shaking the glocester it was an amazing family khan he's an amazing perform is just he is on a talaeh may not to be enjoyed via the cell right you just hold their rightly none of rock concert do the same thing ridiculous rock concerts movies movie movie threats against the law is against the law you can't do that a movie i told you when i was a monument in antigua than the storm through knocked out the wifi as soon as it came back on three hundred people are crammed into a twenty by 20 hotel room checking their facebook so we got only could they only got one room mike said so they all these people wonder kishan they all go into the one room the paradise with white sandy beaches in a bar stock that's free no don't facebook no they're all their own a graham this year listening to the laura ingraham show dumbing down america this cell phone the the the constant turned on technology killing the curiosity the american american people i sorry i i think i agree with us i agree with this subject as this objective manner in an.