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"beatles mccartney" Discussed on Our Favorite Albums
"Selling debut album of all time is meat loaves. Bat out of hell for fuck sake. Why do we have to keep talking about. How does meat look back around. All these does that all about fourteen times platinum unbelievable somebody albums and i i don't i don't say this as an exaggeration. I literally don't know anybody that admits to liking meatloaf. Who did he sold these albums. To fourteen million albums i mean. Of course that allocated that's over mid seventy s. I mean that's over several decades but still. That's a huge amount of but all the other ones came out how about obesity boys license to ill in successfully. Yeah that was another game changer. Yeah how about. Nwa straight outta compton. Another game changer. Self titled titled albums that were debut albums by the clash the pretenders the cars van halen and the doors. All debut out and those are all great albums. I every single one of them when those albums came out you know their their intention is to be huge right. And i wonder though like if you could go back you know it would be difficult to talk joe. Strimmer does not live. But i would love that would be a hindrance to go back and ask him when you when the clash. Joe stronger was a singer of of the clash when you guys were doing london calling it when you were doing Diageo all bank robber. I know when you guys were putting this together. Did you think it was going to be here. Did you think did you. did you have it within yourself. Did you have the the belief in yourself that it was going to be as big as you and as you believe it was. Sure and hindsight is always twenty twenty. Sure yeah But i just. I just wonder if the doors you know if raymond's eric and those cats of the doors when they were on the beach smoking weed and they're like hey we're going to conquer the world with where this is going to define an entire generation where van halen when when those guys were coming out of l. a. and it was all cocaine party. We're literally going to change the west coast music scene with us or nwa. They changed all of wrap. Everything changed everything. Yeah yeah i. I just wonder if that was their intention was the debut album is such a such an interesting conversation we try to. We could probably do. We just talked about several. We do a whole podcast just over debut and the impact that they had on the music genre. I'm you didn't mention nirvana's yang. I'm on record is thinking they're von a little overrated but they're debut album definitely change. Well no it didn't because their debut album was held bleach. Yes but that did open up a lot of a lot of the guys that weren't getting signed up there that nobody's ever heard a of guys nobody's ever heard of interrupt getting signed and then people heard of him because that album made people happy now. Their next album was never mind was the one that exploded but bleach was still influential and mattered. But it wasn't the one that took them anywhere. Sure and i won't accept back to the recording studio. I would exclude albums. that were one. Hit wonders like the violent films. Had one album that had blistering the sun And unless you're a hardcore violent films fan. You probably don't know any of the other ones. But i mean to me when i guess you know you consider that a a really big debut album but not not like not like anyone's we just discussed now killers appetite for destruction right. You know you go to any pro sports or college sports game and tell me that the pa. They're not gonna play welcome to the jungle regardless of their mascot is right. you know Like i am. I think that they play. Welcome to the jungle. There the jungle there there are no jaguars in the jungle. The dallas cowboys did the same thing this college station. There is no jungle. The first kickoff for the dallas cowboys juggle their no cowboys of the jungle rags ek but they still play it so i mean that's a huge album. It's funny that this album hot fuss we could is is what on the same level of appetite all these albums. You just mission. Which are by these huge bands and i would just. I would never have even been such a fan of this band in this album. I had not put their debut in the same level as those other ones we just discussed but on sales on impact obviously is some three hundred hundred seventy three weeks straight on the uk charts crazy one point six billion downloads for one song in in this was all created when jeff saltzman this guy who was an attorney who worked in the music industry and wanted to become a producer They went in. Set him up with a They got this is funny. They set him up with like a. I don't know if you'd call it a mobile studio or whatever you'd they bought him a computer and they bought in the software called echo. Yeah he hit the echo farm plug in which line six has it now. I don't remember if they're the ones that created it or not. But or at least they have a modulation for it but it does delay weaver things of that nature. And i don't mean to steal your thunder here where you're going gonna talk about anything you just keep talking so he literally recorded the whole album on almost the same setting which was the default setting the fall river. Be out of the box yelich. He literally pull the thing out of the box. Plugged it in press. Button number one brandon saying anyway that sounds great and they did the album with that they got this massive thing that they can tweak and do whatever they wanted to in literally pull it out press number one and that's what they recorded the album which is insane to me and this was two thousand four when computers were powerful enough that you could buy a computer and do everything on or everything was done on a mixing board like right now the way our our podcast is set up as we have some microphones. We have microphones stands. It looks like a real live recording studio here in our offices. Cds to the side we've got. We've got a mixing board that everything goes into. We have a headphones splitter so that we can hear what we're talking about and then we have a digital recorder. This is really an analog way to go about this. Music was always recorded right. So you got to this point. Computers could be powerful enough to run these These digital audio in the beginning of the arts is when the started writing people using pro tools and the studios. And you're moving away from me still got you might have boards. Boards are all running into a computer can riding. So it's starting to change so this. This album is kind of at the beginning of the revolution in recording process and echo farm was pretty much was almost brand new when they got down in the israeli player. Rent like you've talked about. I mean it was set at eighty six milliseconds on the on the echo or the delay In it kind of shape this entire new stadium rock sounding sounds like a library that i was going to say that it makes his vocal sound live. Yes huge arena that we've slipped back into arena rock yes exactly exactly and we always yearned for For an astrologer you know. We always want to go back to like recreating what we what we loved. And i don't think these guys this. I mean this. Is this hipster stadium rock with before. That was the thing right. I mean this is kind of when it's the beginning i would say it's the beginning of with various style. Exactly right they were copying that british new wave sound and so they will straight out. Tell you they were durant fans. You know simon lebron had this. I think simon lebron's voice that the singer of duran duran i think he has one of the coolest voices of that entire era. When i think these guys remind me a lot of duran duran with videos and just the way that that was done with all of the pomp and circumstance where the shows were what the fashion you know how they were so into that. I think these guys really definitely paid a lot of. I don't know if they borrowed it or they paid tribute to it or something. But they were doing that. How about influenced because they liked it so much the like. That's what i want to be when i grow up. 'cause you're because they were also influenced by some of that dour sour darkness morsi. Oh sure it also some of that. Andrew rajini of morrissey you know more was always like this thin spelt. You couldn't really tell like is this guy is there. What's what's going on. Feminine is he gay is he wasn't trying to be here. That was part of his those part of his image. Yeah and brandon. Brandon definitely has some of that going for him as well he does and they toured with more scene so you could see that coming through and then of course i mentioned the peter hook joy division. You order stuff. So when they toured with the morrissey was that During that first little bit when they were becoming popular or is that later. I i i think it was during that time. 'cause all this happened at the same time okay. I think from what i've read. They kind of had a meteoric rise when once it started it went pretty quick just happy. Yeah the the. Beatles mccartney and lennon talked about fatigue that they had because they literally went to germany when they start getting big and then they exploded in in their lives were different and they never stopped and they never stop becoming the most recognizable. Humans sure i wonder. If that's the case with these guys obviously they don't it's not ringo starr sure while the nucci so i mean why would say that running junior looks like a guy that you could be hanging out at a bar with and talked to for an hour before you recognized him as the drummer of the killers. He looks like a normal guy. Sure most of the rest of them looked just kinda kinda hip dudes. That's about it but they don't. It's not like the beatles versus like brandon flowers. That looks like you took a structure catalog knowing him and by the way i don't mean that as an insult that's just looks like listen. I wish i look like they're exactly looking guy. Whatever that that manchester accident that mid country british accent. That sounds british. When you listen to it real. Close you like. I can't tell if that's an affect tation or if that's just the style he was going for or are you maybe to your point. Maybe that's just what he liked. Maybe that's what he grew up enjoying singing. And that's just kinda how. He made his voice though who was influenced by he was influenced those guys and morrissey and a new order. I mean he was influenced by then. Just lobbying you'll you'll end up a cop. Somebody style accidentally sure if you practice it enough if your guitar player that all you do is learn. Eddie van halen lex over and over and over again and you try and go do some original music. You're gonna find yourself playing. Eddie van halen lex shirt or any other instrument for that matter vocals are going to be the same like garth brooks. He's a good example because he was rock and roll guy when he first started You hear him talking to you. Know outside of his like fake humble. Corn shifted he on right when he sings by roy. Everything's rodeo copying crystal. Do so mean. Spend a lotta time saying that guy stuff and then there you go sure influence will always copy but his copying or is it. You're actually paying homage to the to the style or to become organic just because you've done it that way so many times. I made a note that the cover art for this i. It is From a beijing suburb. There's some high rises in. There are some chinese litters. Those letters write out the words construction material development. Which i think is kind of interesting. Yeah yeah it's a if you haven't seen cover it is it's cool because it's very sparse. It's just says yes as big blue sky and says the killers hot fuzz. And then it's got just those buildings that michael just talked about just bright underneath it and it's very it's kind of striking and i think that those the buildings kind of fade away because like it's the pictures mostly sky exactly in mostly their logo. And if you look closely other buildings here with these neon letters on him to say material construction development. I mean it's artsy and cool. Sure yeah totally as my last night's before we got into it was. I wanted to talk about three songs. Called the murder trilogy. Yes very cool. yeah So the very first song on this album is ginny was a friend of mine and it is the last song of this group of songs called the murder trilogy right and it's it makes sense to open the album with when we get into it. You'll see it's a very very striking opener for it but it is about It's police interview. Yeah i it is. It is an interrogation of someone where there's been a murder and it's it's both sides and so you have this guy who potentially may have killed someone and he's being interrogated and he saying an. I know what you're doing here. It's the detective that saying. I know what you're doing like you're trying to fence with me or whatever With with whatever alibi other talking about a murder that happened out on the lake. Mead marina promenade their their defenses. Jenny was a friend of mine. Yeah i can never kill this girl so the story goes that this guy and this girl break-up and that starts off with a song that was originally on demo album first off. I called. Leave the bourbon on the shelf right so this is not on this album. It didn't make the cut. But it is on their collection of b sides and other songs called sawdust sodas which came out after two thousand seven. I think is what i think. That's right. yeah that album is this couple. They're breaking up and he's saying the only thing he take. Whatever you want to leave the bourbon shelf right. Take the albums. Take take shake. The cat excel kills. The break-up so from that there is The next in the trilogy is a song called midnight show. And it's actually on this album grad strike nine or ten. I in so this is the narrator. Is taking this girl jenny to a concert and he's talking about having the materials in his car. He's a blanket that he's gonna be using very ominous. It's quite dark. Yeah and then we end with. Jenny was a friend of mine which is again was pleased. Tear gatien where the murders happened in his defense is. I could never do that. She was a friend of mine. I loved her. I never do this. That's kind of a flimsy. Oh it is right. Did you know that they They had an idea for a film based on this. Based on the trilogy. Yeah that would have been interesting. Yeah so they were going to be a story that they were gonna put together but they got so big that there's no time for that. Sorta halftime gotcha. Let's run through a little bit. Just a last minute details on this was released in two thousand four in june of two thousand four. A record label was island records Most of this was recorded and berkeley california or cornerstone. Chanel a and they also did quite a bit of the early demos and work at dave guitar players apartment in las vegas. I saw that So she was going to school it at a. Unlv yeah and they would sneak in his room and they would also sneak into the ban hall. That's right and they would sneak into the unlv hall and then practice there and then sneak back out and it's still rock and roll right so people can't even afford electricity. They're going to. I had i guess is the drums. Were there. so they'd sneak in and he s he was a student in the music program. He had access to the hall so he would sneak them in. So just bring you re guitars and plug into the as and we'll go drums already. There keyboards there the answer there. We'll go so while that is like super rock and roll like sneaking into rehearse. It's also like really high end rock and roll. Because it wasn't like they were sneak into rehearsing. Somebody's garage.
"beatles mccartney" Discussed on KOMO
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"beatles mccartney" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"And that was the rolling stones covering their master Chuck Berry's around and around and that's a performance that despite you know kind of getting blown off stage and Andrew Oldham and his been more about how he feigned an equipment breakdown so they would have an extra long break. After James Brown for the stones went on but people like Patti Smith talk in their memoirs. About what an impact? The sons performance there. And you know it's very anarchy Keith. Richards turns his back on the audience at the beginning of the show Brian. Jones's leaping around and there's this new stronger energy coming out of the second way I mean it's just one year but we're already having a second wave of British invasion bands. And you've got the kinks who are already adapt reacting to. Louie Louie by the kingsman which is this explosion of garage rock that came out of the Northwest Pacific northwest of the US in late sixty three and continues to be a big hit and sixty four and the kinks assimilate that into you really got me but some happens that keeps the kinks from from capitalize on their success in the states. Well part of it was that they Well OLIVER'S FANS had trouble getting visas and getting clearance. Insure the musicians union. And but the Kingston particular Were as you say an Arctic. They they were just crazy you know and the two Davies brothers didn't really like each other so they were They were constantly fighting on stage. Dave eventually got denied live performances in the United States. Because there were so many points about them so they continue to make really great records as they came hard be. That's another thing there. The first case album is a bunch of covers are similar to stones. But not as well done and there were so many. Rv Vans at that point. The stones came out of an intermission band for another band but it got to wear the The fans came to see them came to the Internet mission band and walked out on the headliners. And so that's that's the point when being real answer or something going on with zones. Yeah the are sort of analysis to the folk movement in the states and they came out of this Trad jazz adjacent seen or a subset of the Trad jazz scene that was into authentic blues. And they're into our Alexis Korner's Blues Incorporated was one of the groups that you're mentioning that they quickly blew past but by light sixty four there haven't hit in the states and like you mentioned in the book time is on my side is one of their first that kind of steps on a single by Thomas earn didn't her career was so sad she. She kept getting brilliant songs and then either they weren't there they were too weird for RV radio or in the case of one where she really had it just times on my side Along comes juggernaut from England in squashes of Platt and I did the similar thing to the woman. Brothers in the Valentino's with their song. It's Oliver now Sam Cook. It actually encouraged the womack said take the pill since they wrote the song. Or at least Bobby Womack had and take the royalty checks and shut up but didn't have that luxury and the new management. Yeah and the another band that comes out of this second wave is the animals have a huge hit with house of the rising sun. Which for as much as Eric Burden denied it. He always claimed that he got it from the same folks. Sources that Bob Dylan had is pretty clearly obvious that the animals got that song. Bob Dylan's first album right and Alan price keyboard player and done palled around during the course of filming Don't look back to the movie. Did on his His European tour There's there's an outtake from dull back is just amazing to see where price and Dylan go. Shopping for clothing in a in a menswear store or clothing wasn't menswear in the middle of they're looking at the goods. This woman and her daughter come in to buy something and mom is just paralyzed by the sight of these two. Weirdos picking up shirts trying them on and she tried to keep her daughter from seeing it but the kid is like oh that she's fascinated. It's a wonderful thing that we haven't gotten to see until the The full movie without takes came out on. Dvd It's a wonderful thing and so you know I think may been one of the reasons. Outcries left the animals was he saw a dylan was doing and he figured. Iggy do same thing himself from the piano bench eventually would try and also the big CECCHI got forgetting solar rangers credit on House Rising Sun a helped finance that the departure and the rest of the band to this day insists that that was a group arrangement and nobody will ever know. That wasn't actually there and before we get to the to the end of chapter and Dylan's switch to fall rock. I WANNA I WANNA hit a couple. More points as we mentioned the aging rockers briefly but one of them Roy orbison these monumental pop operas out of Nashville has another big hit this year With Pretty Woman that Szoboszlai. He wrote on the bus with the Beatles with Lennon McCartney watching and allowed to think of that Know The guy who's getting blown away by these young punk night after night but he's chosen at least for a moment that guy still has it and he also somebody who came up in the AK- stable of writers publishers their national so it was like a job you know what what song. Okay Him Hammy some music paper and pen pen. And you'll have a song here. Ebanks amount and the Beatles McCartney were very much in that same old themselves McCartney said that they used to Joe Chloride Swimming Pool. Or let's write some new cars. And and and until they hear Dylan which which happens on their first trips to the US. They're not concerned with lyrics at all but as soon as they get to the states and I think terrasson was hip to dylan a little bit before. They got to the states but as soon as they digest the three. Well Bob Dylan movie things percolating just like as soon as Dylan. Here's the animals doing one of his songs and get in this massive pop hit and doing it in a four and a half minute single which is very long for that. Tummy most or two minutes. And so there's definitely just beginning to this. Cross Pollination Got Mick Jagger watching James Brown and you've got the Beatles. I don't think the fact that the Beatles covered multiple motown songs on their meet the Beatles album with the Beatles in Britain I think that can be underestimated for how much that helped the ascent of the supremes just a little while later. I mean when when the bills during press conference after press conference in mentioning smokey Robinson. Their favorite songwriter motown is their favorite records. That really gave wide Primed White America to hear what Berry Gordy and the supremes were put out. It was the sound of Young. America is always insist. Yeah and any breaks through those barriers and another guy. Who is you know a King of the scene before the Beatles come along and is watching this British Explosion? Closely Spector Factory. Actually flew on a plane with the Beatles before they came to on their.
"beatles mccartney" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Take it fine on them. No I love cold sub while frozen Ho. He's in the didn't make any sense to me was one in the summer of I guess. I'm sure they're very good. I hope it does. Well begin promotion on the show. What's call them? Hang UP SOMERVILLE ONE. I don't care about the summer villagers. Oh well so. It's been successful enough to be had some saying become a chain that some saying Then they must know what they're doing on some level. Yeah I mean look. I'm rooting for them. I don't know if they have a winchester number yet. It's all strange isn't it? They won you. GotTa be open for business. So it's it was Boston's original handmade ice cream sandwich truck Yeah that's where they get their get their hands dirty liberate call their Somerville Number. Do Us any good. I almost see what's going on there. I will drive by at some point. They just to see what's going on. I think no seems like investigation that will replace the MINNASO- investigation been pretty quiet. Yeah D.C hasn't made much progress yet. But I'm sure he's working hard on it. And your post Gal Godot. Surname Yay CELEB- packed imagined covers spawned outrage our little straw. I'd say it's more you know mocking but yeah I would think derision yes. It's funny I mean. I think it's funny outright. I'm outraged that these people are singing the lyrics to a song that was written forty years ago. Yeah I think for your was. Yeah which probably hate. That's on just so overplayed. I like you still give you your nails into it. Still gave her too many times. I like John Lennon's voice. I've not a big bills guy. I've never really been a big fan of their voices. Never neither I mean they're fine. I'm just I'm sure I'm wrong. Never been into the Beatles McCartney guard but even the songs that people mock like that everybody going to dance tonight. I that's catchy. I like God really yeah. Jeez milk catch to Steve for rapid up No I don't think so back here at six six. Are we bringing our we bring in Mike in or is this just you just me baby? Sold the movie thing. It's definitely going to be Solo. But he's talking about months anyway was no. I'm just saying if it's if you're interested in talking about movies. I'm not going to be much of how I got you. That wasn't already abundantly clear aware of that and I wasn't anticipating. You know help anyway with these shows you'll fucking nervous the whole time more angry dumped so this thing will be here I can get rid of you please. Yes whichever ones better for the for the television to get a look at this mug cause delays may not have been doing ten o'clock but they'll be doing at six o'clock mug talking movies right excellent. Oh my God fill a river that should be the end of the show cream all over the country. It's it's exactly coast-to-coast over flooding if I'm saying All right so we'll do that Mike and Tonight. Okay and that'll be on the The wind up on. Dc's were we able to be on the Youtube Channel on Youtube and this'll be HP's first-time dinners Whatever back into the show world after saying that he's GonNa go fight corona virus right around forty dollars spirit airlines flight snuffing the Robinson report. Yeah that's true that's true. That's a good point So that tonight as well I was saying yesterday which is trying to whether it's I think there's a core audience at once as much content. Can Right now. There's some that. Don't listen as much. That's fine but while we're here and we're doing this. We have this capability. Muscle pounded fucking content down their throats as we can. I And you know. I think we'll be back here tomorrow. I don't know I don't. It doesn't feel any different than it did yesterday the day before do you feel that way. Steve Renault it does feel different to me. It's getting worse. I think based on what based on the panic and I'm feeling what Mike System. Well Steve Mock Steve Wants this. To be worse he gets off on because he knows he's ready guns in his supplies. I sense no more. I'm not saying that people aren't panicked but I'm saying I I am now wondering when it gets and we're still early is my friend. Gals were choosing day. Six in Massachusetts essentially four being quarantined. Yeah when did people start getting angry? Well there's a lot of people who haven't been able to stock up on food. I think as soon as you go to a supermarket and you can't get food and you're hungry then. People turned desperate see. I was sopping up again yesterday. Very quickly totally stocked. Yeah it it's GonNa it's GONNA take a couple of weeks before the supplies point is so. Let's say it's three week two weeks from today and nobody's died Massachusetts because of this and they're telling you to stay in and people said well wait basically warranty now for two weeks. When is that turned to fuck you? We want to get out. Forget like the food just the just the fuck you told to do anymore. Some say to worry about is people either unpredictable but it sounded like it's not going to be that like at least listening to Dr not like we'll be able to walk around outside if you WANNA go for a walk that's different than like people. Don't feel complete freedom right now. Yeah and when does that manifest itself into forget like the real crazy burning stuff down just you know what fuck you? I want this fucking place open what the flight I mean. People may start rebel against calling radio stations and spreading misinformation. This woman basically start showing me fucking dead bodies asshole like this. Because I'm fucking sick of this is that that's going to happen pretty soon. I think because people are not equipped to with anyway you know but I just want I actually sort of a weird way like it. I liked the sort of silence. Go for walks. It's very quiet interesting. The economy's tanking you but I mean I don't mind it is a arrested for. It's almost like to me than in the winter. Which is really quite. I don't mind yeah I mean. Hundreds of millions of people are suffering. Gripe Well No. It's fine if it's go quiet physically. The funds of people who are unemployed. Now that's different. I said unemployment unemployment at twenty percent a little bit of physical suffering. What do they do poke their eyeballs when they lose their job? You don't think that it's it's stressful. That's different all your paycheck to have that kind of economic uncertainty. Fizzy trying to raise his alien get laid off and he was. If you're now you're telling the Terrier Hampshire happy don't you think you've said before that anxiety is a physical sensation? Feels like an elephant standing on your chest. You lose your job and you got three kids to feed you. Don't you feel like you might have a little anxieties of millions of people yet? If unemployment gets up to twenty thousand you just told me. A hundred million people yeah. Hundreds of millions. Nationwide globally hired. A million people are having intense extreme anxiety. Probably more gets gets way too high number. Well you're the one who also doesn't even believe that crow flu exists Corona Virus Virus Virus. Mirus it's nothing will say it's being overblown as I said. Oh on overblown but serious both can be true and you are way on the other end way on the other end you want. One of us has been right action. That's true people people of matched you in terms of panicking government officials. I agree with that but it doesn't mean you're right. Zoellick McLean what are you? What are you write about I predicted that the Wilbur show. Who's going to be postponed? Level of eighty percent of the people in the country and yet it yes okay. The world's happened. He goes so fucking stupid. What's No mathworks? Do you know how an exponential it's not like on day one no one has it and then on day two eighty percent of people saying how does he so? Why are you saying? Oh you said that eighty percent people are going to get it while have what percent of people haven't been not eighty percent but that's not how fucking the spread of disease. I agree Kirk but so why are you asking questions? Eighty eight percent of people in Italy didn't get it's still not done. Peaking in Italy is eight percents China's and get it interesting. Fred touches his pal. Now I understand. Yeah I understand how rich. It's very can't talk to you because you haven't read very serious. I read serious. I take it very seriously. You said four or five started the show off by saying that. It's not a big deal and it's already number do you think four or five people in China had it I think we have no idea how many people in China Okay. So you know so. You don't know flu so you know. I. I'm recognizing that there are uncertainties with the numbers that the governor eight percent was. Probably you probably overstated I think they gave seventy eighty percent and seventy to eighty percent of the world. Population will have a fire cases in Massachusetts. Right now yes. There are confirmed cases. I said how many talk yeah. I think it's around two hundred but again that's the way the exponential spread of a virus works. You produce making yourself look like an idiot because math me. Two hundred distorted thirty People Massachusetts. Yes cases. I think there are over two hundred nine but I mean that's eighty percent so how many people so this population mass two hundred and forty being funny but just like he dancing? Because you're showing you don't understand how mathworks what do you mean the spread of a virus. He gets angry about this issue. Where where they? I just want to know because I'm not even kidding. This I agree with you. Where are they storing all the bodies of Massachusetts because? I wonder if one really upset my kids. Where will that be where there are no bodies? We're that Oh right here your fool like. Where's that going to be all right? How we know you're saying I'm just saying Oh no you and how we both agree. There haven't been Desi. That's it's not a big no no. I think it's a big deal. How he doesn't get any big. You know pro bodies where the bodies why why. Why aren't there more people who have well if it's so serious? So deadly deadly serious nobis died here. It's deadly serious. Yeah I think Steve's more worried that were going to be locked up and people start start overreacting to that. Well I think that's very that's very real and I think that's the biggest concern honestly That's what I said from zero. I guarantee no American is fucking pump. This fucking sanitizer more than me. Yeah but also you're you haven't touched anything new since you pump the hand sanitizers. You're actually wasting hand sanitizer. True I touch this fucking touch the phone touch my glasses. I Take I take it very seriously. I'm taking it very seriously. You should be using the hand sanitizer like once like keep it in your car and after you get back to your house. Pump your hand..
"beatles mccartney" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam
"What did i say we geese squared google goggles okay so you were also correct in that frame at henley nineteen seventy when linda ronstadt needed did a to around that as well but what i did not know is that that's also where they met randy and bernie the all met as her backing band but they only actually played one on show together and that show was at disneyland. I don't know i think that's so entertaining. Disneyland hired a lot of good people steve martin exactly eagles. It hurts to say like that. What do i say say eagles so now. Let's get into the actual song. It was kind of just eagles background and now you can not be mad at me because i skipped it. There's also a political part. You want to get into that. He wanted to talk about that. Later gained the political part now okay so in the beatles mccartney they rhyme. Oh my god sorry be illegals. Sorry turn good point. The beatles carney were obviously the main songwriters the main wait singers george harrison's always kind of the odd man out trying to work his way in and he wasn't gonna songwriter. Eventually he became a really good song writer but he was still quite as good a singer but he was always trying to get in there because the publishing of the songs how you actually get wealthy beyond your wildest dreams right which is wide. Paul mccartney's worth one point two billion dollars so insane. It's insane aim but i mean come on the guy's got more than anybody in the illiterate littering history music. I mean you have to agree with that. I mean i can't say 'cause. I didn't hear non recorded music. Maybe like there was a caveman about thirty five. He was big but they're only in her people on the earth. So is it really was. He really big grant. You remember grudge grudge the original rock anyway and roll unroll so like george harrison had a hard time breaking in between those two pretty successful guys. Don felder is this. Just you like the narrative you've crafted or. Did you read this somewhere. No this is my opinion. Okay okay clarity goddamn valuable. You know so much that i don't that sometimes i can't tell the difference is the one i know that you don't know his would fill volumes so anyway so felder sorters my similar role also like george harrison the league guitar player okay and not quite as good a singer and not quite as good a songwriter but bernie advised him as he was leaving the band. Hey you've got to get a tune on here because that's where the money is so basically take every idea you have products that tech cassette tape submitted to hanley and from an try to get in there because they're not gonna turn on a good song so he would so he turned in you know tapes of you know eight ten fifteen eight fifteen to sixteen according to wikipedia specifically fifteen to sixteen. Oh that's the tape that hotel california was on. I'm talking about the other previous. Missions were lower all sorts of missions. That never went anywhere right so <hes> he did have one. I think i think victim of love. I think that was <hes> fellas but anyway so one day. <hes> fell out in malibu and he was out there and he was record. Everything came to his mind and one of the fifteen tunes on cassette tape was co california the just the musical portion virtually identical manacle to what you hear on the record yes virtually identical. He submitted it. It was kind of this weird like i save spanish flamenco with a reagan the quote what is it hanley. Here's the tape and loves it. Says sounds like a mexican reggae or bolero. They name the song mexican reggae so oh then henley actually was pretty damn good. Lyricist didn't start out that way but i have to say he he developed and became pretty. Good and fry was pretty decent lyricist fry. I by the way was the one that threw into the jackson browne song. It's a girl my lord and flatbed ford. Why are you saying. Are you having a stroke awful bagel. Here is just you were to take a sip of water. You just stopped. I don't know what happened. That was.
"beatles mccartney" Discussed on Omnibus! With Ken Jennings and John Roderick
"Wouldn't you just think thinks that he's a Dick in <hes> in don't look back right. He is terrible intellect back. He's mean to reporters reporters. He's been to Donovan Donovan dressed as a reporter wearing a hat with a label says press in it. I think it's easy to be hard on dylan because he's so lionised he everyone that should have been hard on him. Wasn't your punching up basically yeah. That's right when you punch Bob Dylan my my friend David Reese who food is a world famous anti skeptic who truly believes he's a true believer. He wrote the comic. Get your war on correct but he is of the opinion that the death of Bob Dylan will more than any other popstar be the one that that that the irritates gen-x up no it will it will it will demarcate the change when Dylan dies. Everything thing goes with him generation. That's right so every single publication will have it on the front page. It will be like Lady Diana there except there will be seven million times more critical reappraisal of his catalog and his significant. We've already lost to Beatles. I mean we we have the experience and so that's the argument against this idea of Dylan is well. No Paul McCartney really is the bigger but he says no no no no. We've already already lost you. Beatles McCartney will get you know he'll get a good send off. He will probably outlive ringo at least hard to know though Ringo. Just you know plan just pieces his way through everything we can look younger every time I said what's he doing wrinkle could be I mean Ringo has never exerted himself gleason all playing the drums shitting Edel. If you want to live a long time she played a little tennis or something I mean he's still gets out but I guess Paul. McCartney does too Paul still does three and a half hour shows polls vegetarian balls Mitch and I'm Paul did fewer drugs. Oh well Paul would argue that no he was right there doing the drugs. That's one of the one of the things about Paul is that he he he has very little sense of how it looks when someone praises John Lennon and he has to step in and say well you know we knew due to others that to what does that so who's the last I it depends on who the last Beatles will be like Ringo is the last beadle then you know nobody's GonNa be beating their breasts and putting on sackcloth and ashes. He'll be on the cover of time probably but yeah it's not time will not there's a hostelry concept of time but Paul Circle. I think that's right. That's right time time. We'll be a MOEBIUS. A Strip club Newsweek will be a flat circle. <hes> the the thing about Paul. Is We already know we've already evaluated Paul all away but dylan remains a mystery. He's an enigma he really is. Did you read the story. It wasn't that long ago that he got picked up by the cops in some <hes> in some like New Jersey Beach town like blue collar beach down just because he was walking around late at night in a Hoodie just keeping in windows and the somebody called the cops on this Weirdo and begin grab picked him up and he was like Oh. It's Bob Dylan if he I was just like Oh yeah. I liked to do well on the one hand. I like an old white white person getting arrested just for wearing a Hoodie. It seems only fair sure but also windows wants material music might have been just one of those small towns where the houses are close to the street so you can't help but look in the window of his next album is all like songs from New Jersey living rooms and they watch in American idol but they're watching it on devaux. Although those New Jersey beach towns are like it's like a their blue-collar places springsteen territories called the cops she was like hey bob come over and he's like hey there's going to be this Weirdo on the Kreiner..
"beatles mccartney" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Great. Dog? It's a Beatles McCartney for that or Yoko Ono. That is a terrific song and it describes you perfectly does the bull of the Ray Lucia show. Gene pastula one of my best buddies for like thirty years. And I'm so glad that you're here today because I have had lots of questions emailed to me, some of them I get to you. So I don't but one of them I think I did send to you. And this fellow wanted to know about linked then Offit annuities. I know we've talked about the link benefit life insurance products, a lot, and they're quite popular. I read an article Justice week where traditional long term care insurance sales are way down. But the hybrid type sales, which have gotten a lot of notoriety lately are way up and annuities are part of that. Can you explain it? Well, you know the. Interesting thing is that that, you know. Of all the things that I that I know of that you could ensure the long-term care issue is probably the most problematic from the standpoint of not. I mean obviously insurance is available and all the rest and the need certainly is there. But, but it's, it's one that that, you know, people do not, they cannot focus on it seems like until they beat. They actually Zach, it's eminent, and all of a sudden, oh my God. Nothing pays for it, you know, other than my own money and can I get some insurance while obviously, that's not good. But then when you allude going back to what you said about the, the insurance in the traditional long term care insurance. That's, that's not as popular. And the reason for that is, is that. First of all, it's, it's. Fairly expensive dang tooting. It's gone up by percent, but I, I stutter when I say that because compared to the benefit that it offers it's, I mean, it's a hell of a deal, if you could just get, you know, get into a nursing home deal. But that's all right. Yes. I'm sorry. I. The in any event, the so there's that, that people don't really want to pay for it. And, and it's really hard to think about this. The actual fact that could be you that needs to have somebody taking care of them, you know, twenty four seven or even you know, less than that. But, but, you know, helping you with activities of daily living showery, and going to the bathroom. And, and we don't want to talk about that. Got a nice alternative s so so about spent over twenty years ago. Now we developed a an approach called link benefit we originally attached to life insurance policies and what we said was we can take a life insurance policy, and set it up, so that the death benefit is payable to the insured. Even though he or she hasn't passed away, obviously to pay for long term care. And we started with that. And, and it it has gradually taken over to the point where the traditional policies have gone down in popularity and sales and all the rest and the link benefit is gone in his going through the roof. Right. Life insurance is the most preferrable of for people under the age of seventy let's say if they are in good enough health, because it starts out by leveraging your money you put in you put in fifty thousand and there's one hundred thousand death benefits which could be paid to pay for long term care, and then that is doubled or tripled depending on the policy, so fifty thousand dollars could turn into three hundred. Thousand dollars of potential benefits, yet, if you never need it, or you don't need all of it. The, the death benefit would then go to your heirs, which is still double or, and so it's a win win. No matter what happens. There's going to be a benefit paid that is it excess of what you put in the policy when you get into your into your seventies, particularly in the interest rate environment. We have now it's, it's pretty difficult to be able to put all that that stuff in one insurance policy that it all depends on interest rates at the insurance companies can generate in order to make it work. But over the last several years, we've gone to using annuities for that purpose. So for older people annuities, make more sense. Well they're the most cases if older by meaning into your seventies and eighties early eighties. It's the only. Thing that, you know that you can really do. But when you think about it, a had a gentleman just, just recently get in touch with the with some questions on it, and he had he had an annuity that he had originally put in like fifty thousand dollars, and it's now worth one hundred fifty thousand dollars. Anybody he takes out of that for any doesn't need the you know, he doesn't need it for income, or what have you. But anybody he has would take from that would be taxable? The first one hundred thousand he takes out which reduces its effectiveness, obviously to pay for anything. So but he was interested in this idea. It heard me talk about it before about the, if the annuity could link that if it could be used. And in what we would do there. It was we would take the entire hundred and fifty thousand dollars and and move it, we could take take it partly to in some cases. But in his case it take the entire hundred and fifty thousand dollars and just move it into new virtual, the ten thirty five exchange ten thirty five exchange, which means that he wouldn't be paying tax right on that one of the few things they can do to not pay taxes, and now he's got one hundred and fifty thousand dollars that he can tap for long term care. But then the product itself says, however, if you need bore care than one hundred and fifty thousand we'll pay for which is not unusual because. You're talking about a couple of years, and then you need, and then you're using it all up of the insurance company does just continues to pay benefits from that policy for another three four five years. So he leverages this thing like three to one or two to one depending on the policy of the company. And in all the here's what I find is really interesting about that because I have looked at it before, and that is that person that puts fifty thousand dollars in, but as a hundred and fifty thousand dollars has one hundred thousand dollars of taxable gain. Somebody's paying tax on that, either. He pays tax payers pay tax when that money is used for long term care. He may pull out three hundred thousand dollars for long term care, and one hundred percent of it is tax free. Correct. Yeah. I'm not so sure I would buy it for tax tax strategy, but it's a really good feature. And of course, it's, you know, the, the government the government. It is looking for anything that they can, you know, approve if you will, to help people cover this cost because the, the incidence of claim on this the incidence of use of long term care is just over the roof. Yeah, it's it's over fifty percent. And, and even when you when you do underwriting, which means that you're, you're eliminating the people that are clearly you know, going in that direction. That's why something to take care of earlier than later. Right in, you know, the we can do it all the way up into the eighties. But you have to be in really good. You know condition. I mean you have to be uniquely healthy, particularly when you get up in the high seventies or so below that we can either do it with annuities, which are just use the easier to get into writing is not as stringent. That's right. That's right. So because you don't have that original fifty one hundred. Right. Like I said in the life insurance policy. But either way, the, the idea is to, to, to create this in, of course in most cases, people will will acquire this by simply transferring balances in on their in their portfolio. A CD or other annuity or bond fund or what have you that they don't need to support their their their lifestyle. But they can move it into the insurance contract their life insurance, or annuity, and it can sit there most or all of it is available back to them at any.
"beatles mccartney" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Hey, how about this guy? Maybe the greatest lead singer in a history of music. I don't say that lightly. This guy was just a gun for hire back in the seventies. His name is Tony borough. Today. He celebrating his seventy seventh birthday and he holds a record. Back in nineteen seventy. Tony Burrows had four songs. In the top ten with different groups. Maybe the ultimate footman of any bands in music history. He had this hit with White Plains. Another top ten hit the same year with blood grows whereby Rosemary goes with Edison. Lighthouse another top ten that same year with a group called Pitkin and they're groupie song. Gimme that ten and finally in the same here. Another top ten hit with United. We stand by the brotherhood of man. Four top ten hits. In nineteen seventy you tell me any other singers. But able to do that. Well, yeah, the Beatles. Mccartney and Lennon but talking about one guy four different groups kidney. Also funded the group first class who had a top ten hit each baby back in nineteen seventy four if your band needed a lead singer back then that was the guy called seventy seven years old today. Tony. Straight ahead. Mike decor. She on the UC coachee situation while we move into a fresh week with no head coach. At least none announced Sunday morning sports. Talk to you and me on seven hundred w l w..
"beatles mccartney" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Station. If you clues you. Handle here and good morning on a Wednesday, December twenty six some of the top stories at recovering, of course, the government shutdown. We're gonna talk a little bit about more of that. The second migration child giant dying in a month under the care of the US customs border protection, we've already covered that a little bit. And I did a segment on that. And of course, it soon. Nami more than four hundred and twenty people have been killed in Indonesia. We're in the midst when the wake of that soon NAMI, and as horrible as that figure is we're talking about approaching five hundred thousand let's go back to two thousand four and Phuket in Indonesia quarter of a million. Okay. The wall and the federal governmental shutdown, and of course, the two are totally totally connected because it has become a political football. So couple things are going on as you know, the wall is just a critical component of President Trump's entire presidency. He campaigned on the wall matter of fact, how many times did you hear build that wall build that wall and who's going to pay for hundred Mexico. Yeah. Well, those days are gone. So now after wanting sixty five or fifty five or whatever the cost of the wall is putting the budget is now down to five billion dollars the next fiscal year as what Donald Trump wants versus what the Democrats are offering one point three one point six billion something along those lines and not even specifics for the wall. Either sort of the Democrats are concerned, this is general border security because Democrats position is that we're better off with a virtual wall, better technology drones sensors that sort of thing than we are with a physical wall and here in the president says, Nope, we want a physical wall because that's what deters people don't know the answer to that could be the president is right on could be that the Democrats in congress are right on it could be it's a combination of both. But of course, that has lost its meaning completely that discussion is not going to be happening. Because now we're back. Just a political football. And that is the wall. We want the wall we're going to build the wall, the Democrats saying no wall and the president saying yes wall. And of course, we now have a partial government shutdown and the part of this that I find it. I keep on saying, I find that astounding. I don't know why I say that. Because nothing this president does astounds me. So there are some eight hundred thousand people in the federal government that have not been paid or not being paid. They've been furloughed in. They're never gonna get their money back or they are going to get back paid depending on what the government does. And what the president says is that the wall is that important and that he has received information, and he has received confirmation that for many people that that wall is so important to them that it's more important that we have the wall. They get paid. And your eyes start rolling. Go. Come on, really, really. Is possible that someone does. Well. Yeah. Certainly I remember phone call that I had when issue of guns, and it was after one of the mass shootings. And I had mentioned that. The there are people that are so into the second amendment that there's nothing that would get in the way of their rights to bear arms. And I ask people who were gonna advocates and one guy called up and said that he thinks that the second amendment is by far the most important, right? We have okay. And that the first step in any gun, control, advocacy, or any gun control move on a political level on a legal level means that the government's gonna go and take away all the guns. They're going to send in troops take way guns. That's an okay let let's say that happens. I'm gonna give it to you. The government comes in and takes away or tries to take away your gun, and you're gonna get into a pitch battle right goes. Absolutely. I would fight to the death. What if your kids in the house get caught up in this? And one of them gets hurt or God. Forbid one of them dies. The answer. Was they'll understand how important the second amendment is. Okay. I mean, I got one of those can believe there are people that are that nuts where it's more important than that wall. Be built then for example, paying the mortgage. Feeding the family paying utility bills. I get it the walls far more important to those people. But here is the issue. And this is where I just don't get this president as opposed to saying this is a tough decision that any president must make. And that's what this job is about. You make the tough ones. And my heart goes out to these people and will be the government will try to do everything we can to make it as easy as possible. Nope. Hey, you agree with me that wall is so important to you. At least some of you that you understand that getting paid is not as important as building the wall. Okay. And and the problem is that amongst his followers. They'll go. Yeah. Yeah. I believe it those people did right? And it is that important. My guess is are too many people's jobs have be lost would agree with that. So then you have that issue, and it's all being caught up in the budget. Of course, and we have the partial shutdown. We have the economy that stock market has just tanked this last month. Matter of fact, the worst month in the history of the stock market certainly the worst Christmas week in the history of the US stock market. And it's not trade. That's not at fault of which the president is up to his eyeballs. And of course, the trade wars it is not what's going on with China. It is not what's going on politically. And not what's going on. For example, was happening. In Syrian armed forces is not the policies of anything. The president is involved with you know, whose fault it is. It's chairman Powell of the fat. He's the one that is at fault. Nothing else. It's not the stock market's being spooked by the fact that oil has prices have gone down so much. So you've got the oil companies that have lost their shirts, and those stocks are going down like crazy. It is not the fact that more and more people are not going to the brick and mortar. It's not the fact that there is uncertainty of the world out there, all of which have enormous consequences. Towards anything that's going on with the stock market. Nope. It's all about this one guy who incidentally is Donald Trump the president. I have no control over. He is the one that's causing this. And amongst his followers. Yup. Yup. Yup. Yup. It's Powell and the president says what I want to fire him. Yup. Yup. Fire him. Well, president. You don't have the power to fire him. There's no jurisdiction here. And Steve Mnuchin came back secretary of the treasury and issued a statement saying the president doesn't have the power to do this. Although he certainly has agreed with that. And does he try to fire pow I can't imagine, incidentally, if he does or even attempts to that's going to take the markets, even more, and then I just heard I just saw on CNN. Don't know if this is true at all matter of fact, there's just one statement is not being corroborated. Not even being picked up and even Mnuchin is in trouble. Yeah. I doubt that at this point. I really do. Okay. So for those of you that listen to the show, listen to KFI for those of you that work for the federal government for those of you that are out of work because of the partial shutdown for those of you that believe in the wall. You know, what I agree with you? I think that wall is more important than you making your mortgage. Couldn't agree more. Coming up Ronald Reagan's take on border security. The president said even the President Reagan tried to build a wall. See that's how I'm going to defend myself on that one. A little bit of exaggeration a little bit of conflicting the fact just a tiny little bit. Oh, yeah. I'll explore that one too. Where we come back. All right. Jennifer Jones Lee, you wanna take it from here. Sure. The FDA is issued a warning about the jewelry parents had their teething babies wear some say, amber, bracelets, necklaces contain the therapeutic acid that can be absorbed through the skin, but many pediatricians say there's no evidence for that. The two teams playing in the Rose Bowl or starting their stay in. So Cal at Disney California adventure after their day of fun today. Ohio State in Washington will play in the annual beef bowl. And in a recent BBC interview, Paul McCartney says in his dreams, he often reforms the Beatles. Mccartney says he also still feel sadness over the last of his late bandmates, John Lennon, and George Harrison, we'll take a look at your commute with the KFI in the sky and that crash on the four zero five next Pacific coast termite is the company that.
"beatles mccartney" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman
"Hearing about you. I watched a bunch of these interviews chasing down the sound of the special pace. What was it offender nineteen seventy two base that started this journey? Yeah. My Fender jazz bass nineteen seventy-two jazz that I bought in a pawn shop in the late seventies in Kalamazoo Michigan. And it just was a thing. I bought because I was Rickenbacker man, I dyed in the wool recommend. So I bought this. Because it was I was on shop hunting Rickenbach because McCartney Chris squire risk wire from. Yes. Yeah. For squire McCartney play. He he well, he played a Hoffner a five hundred one violin bass, that's his iconic instrument. But if an Chris choir was, the squire was yes. Rickenbacker guy. But if you remember the all you need is love broadcast by the Beatles. Mccartney was holding Rickenbacker plate. He played a Rickenbacker bass on that. Right. And that's the first time I ever saw. Right. So it wasn't McCartney originally you saw it in his hands. What it was because it was the weirdest looking thing with this huge horror. And and so that planet acede for me. And then the love of Chris choirs playing in the music of. Yes, made me want to be that guy. You know, I wanted to play like him. I wanted to sound like him. I had about you know, five or six guys I wanted to sound like in maybe that's the blessing because you try to sound a little bit like all of them. And then next thing, you know, you've got as you can't you can't sound like any of them because you're not any of them every player has his own sound just like we have our own fingerprints. So the failure to sound like your heroes and the combination and the more confidence you get in yourself is what creates your own playing personalities a huge thing to say there's this. There's this literary scholar and empower Blum who's taught at yell. He's like eighty and he a book anxiety of influence in his theory is exactly what you just said. His theory is writers try to imitate their favorite writers. But the great ones like the Getty lease in trying to imitate it they failed imitate it. And they end up creating an original piece of work that it is somehow strange strange different. No one's hurt us out. Exactly. Like, I think that's exact-. I'm lead sense happen. Yeah. That's what I've come to believe that artistic personality is, but it has to be combined with confidence in your in yourself while the prevent that you worked at that's right at building your own. There has to be a strong measure of that for your own personality to come out because if you're always living with the dread of failure of not being Chris squire or not being Jack, Bruce without that confidence side of it of successes in another area of it. Then you you fall in you, you you turn on yourself in that. That's not a good thing. So you have to it has to be measure. I think imagine the Jack Bruce was able to do that with ginger Baker and his bad. Documentaries. And they fought like cats and dogs watch the documentary. You can't can you imagine? If that guy was your drummer and. Oh my God. That's great a player. But what was great about that documentary? And what I loved that. It showed was what a strong musical entity ginger breaker as drummer was he was so much more than a drummer. And I don't think a lot of people realize that he. Yeah. That he create a and arranger that he was..
"beatles mccartney" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"And they're like the hulk has this one. A bunch of people see the Batman signal, and every superhero in that world goes good. Guys on it. You don't have that. Thank god. We never thought of signaling. Oh my God. This article talks about 'em man's quest to avenge his political dissident wife the X men filling like outcasts. So there's they're saying it was the marvel comics that were little deeper. Yeah. Nineteen sixty two alone Lee, Kirby and Lee's brother, Larry Lieber and artists Steve Dicko would collectively create icon akara such a Spiderman man hall, the word year later iron man, and the x men doctor strange and the avengers were born and marvel was doing great. He was almost forty when marvel became a real success where he would admit to people at parties what he did for a living. An interesting unders leadership the company embraced the so-called, marvel method where Lee gave broad story outlines to artists who would then return fully drawn pages for lead to fill in with text. Streamline the production process, but later serious questions of authorship true true that's chill over over the years of bitter rivalry between Kirby unle- emerged over precisely who deserve credit for the marvels beloved roster. Is he still alive Kirby? Do you think at that point? They should just go. It's us. It's us. It's us because we started this. And no matter how many ideas you had its us because we all pushed it through its us because we got here at the same time, and it just gets divided up. But then Stanley goes, it's us little more. Yeah. Like, that's that's what you're gonna end up fighting for for the rest of your life. I mean, I can see if he's the one that came up with the characters and with their back story and all of that. Then I can I I would understand that he would claim more authorship than the people that then came after and filled it in or, you know, kind of like enriched the idea I mean did they come after though or were they all working together and his his hit? But you were already like other characters could hit you're already working together under the same umbrella. Does that make sense like what if I had an ally? Adam. And I put it out again under Keith and the girl and mine happened to take off. So now, I own more of keys in the girl. We did this no matter what we did this. That's true. That's true. But are they talking about marvel or are they talking about ownership over the character ownership over the characters people often either wanted to give Stanley all the credit or they wanna take it all away from him person says to some extent Stanley should have showed a little more of that credit. And to some extent, it wasn't Stanley denying Jack to the extent that it was the structure of an industry for what that's worth Jack Kirby died in nineteen ninety four. Wow. Then then I would have also gone around saying it was all me. I mean, you see what happens to the Beatles? Mccartney puts his name, I instead of Lenin on all the songs like who cares? Shame. Who cares at the end of the day who cares anyway. Right. That's the thing you end up living in this petty place when you're the fucking Beatles. I was watching. I'm watching Spiderman lick, but who may. This is a quote from him. But I found that on the from Stanley. But I found it on the internet. So it could be from ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Or Kirby, I used to be embarrassed. Because I was just a comic book writer while other people were building bridges or going onto medical careers. Then it began to realize entertainment is one of the most important things in people's lives without it. They might go off the deep end..
"beatles mccartney" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Android, and blackberry. News talk radio. Yes. Sharana that we have. Trolla and the fake sure. On the ruins better, obviously. Well, of course, yes. All right. Can you imagine that being like, the the knack? That's the group that did that. And you're you're known for that maybe a couple of others, but that's probably your big one. And then going to, you know, trying to tour around the country, and the only thing anybody ever wants to hear is my Sharona would just get on me after a while. I don't know how bands do it. I really don't know. I mean, it helps to have like the Beatles. Mccartney or somebody you got like thirty forty songs that everybody will sing along with and everybody knows. But if you know bay city rollers. What Saturday night? Hey, we got some new songs you'd like to do. No, no. I don't even want to listen to wait for that line. Exactly. All right. So anyway, we are here. My thanksgiving. Mark scouser. Oh. You remember that song city roller? Hey city rollers the one hit one. I think they're a one hit wonder, but they weren't even they had one that the there was maybe one other one that was starting to creep up. And it was yeah. That was a bad time, very bad time. Anyway. Yes, again, my thanks to Mark Scouser for coming on the chief investment officer Lucia capital management. Hope you heard that, you know. The people who who need to sell money there to sell stock sell equities sell securities out of their portfolio in order to pay the rent next month, or whatever I'm kind of exaggerating. You know, you're going to be in trouble. At the time that especially if you retire at the time that the markets go down, and they do go down the last time we had a real downturn was nine and a half years ago. That's an eternity in investing. So my thought was to ask Mark about this. Where does he think it's going from here? I mean, you can't make any real predictions. But if you have a fifteen year time horizon like Mark does with the bucket three portfolios that he's got there at Lucia capital management. I'll tell you what the strategy is a whole lot different. And there's not a whole lot of pressure to perform immediately because if you try to perform immediately and get as we said a little extra juice out of the market over the next year, you could be asking for trouble. And we just don't want that. So anyway, Mark talked about that a little bit about interest rates, and it's always good to get his perspective. If you wanna give us a call eight seven seven planner P L A, double N E R what a couple of emails. Our topic was opposed to deal with capital gains taxes on home sales. Whether it was primary or a rental, home investment, home vacation home that kind of thing. And so we don't have enough time to talk about that. I'll put that off to another day more pressing issues. Happened today. We did talk a little bit about life insurance life insurance strategies, and I'd like to get into that. Maybe some time a little bit later on this week. In fact, how do you like this professor Plum, we're gonna be talking about life insurance strategies coming up on Thursday? Okay. So be prepared for that. If you missed the discussion last hour, pretty good one. All right. So let's do a couple of emails here. Eric in Annapolis. Maryland says my wife, and I will be moving from Maryland to California soon. We own five rental properties. Condos in Virginia each worth about two hundred and fifty thousand bucks. Nice. Yeah. We've already got a four million dollar umbrella policy. But I'm wondering if we should also put each of them in separate LLC's, limited liability companies, and also how what California tax our properties in Virginia. Well, the LLC's you don't have to do a California LLC properties aren't in California. So you could find out what it costs to do an LLC for Virginia. I don't know the price California. If you had a California property, regardless of where you created the LLC to have a valid in California after registered, California, that's eight hundred bucks a year. One for each one. So that'd be a little pricy on five of them, hoping Virginia's significant let's expensive. And what that does is that isolates each of the properties from each other. And so that a problem at one of the properties doesn't spillover assuming you're not involved in that problem does not spillover and put the other four properties in jeopardy as well. So it's a nice way. You can it's another level of insurance. It doesn't save that property necessarily. That's what insurance is for. But it could help you isolate and basically put silos on each one of the property. So that only you know. It can really affect the problem with that one. Now, if you do something silly and somebody sues you, personally, and it has nothing to threaten us Reynolds. Still gone if they win lawsuits, but if it happens at the rental property moving up towards you if they can't say that you did it negligent act, you should be protected. The other assets should be protected if you have the LLC's so check out the pricing on the Virginia. Now as far as California taxes involved. If you're a resident of California, they kind of act like the federal government, that's respect they're gonna tax on everything the earn regardless of where it's earned. So you bring it into California you live in California. It's they're going to say, you're a California resident you pay tax on all your earnings, regardless of where it's from. So it'll be taxable in California. Yeah. Obviously the net number. So you may be charging two thousand dollars a month for each of these rental condos you're getting ten thousand dollars a month in rental income, but you've got expenses the expensive one of them that is true insurance repairs, maybe some downtime all the things that go along with a business of renting property, those are all deductible. What about depreciation where does that show appreciation shows up on the schedule E as well. And it will be able to reduce the taxable income from those properties. And so it could you may be getting quite a bit of income, but you may not have to pay tax at least not right now. So yeah. But California's you'll look at the net number and say, oh, yeah. They're they're they're pretty we know them quite well. And you think the IRS is bad. Don't go up against the franchise tax board in the state of California. Yeah. And they're not the only ones I've I've heard of several others that that really are aggressive and once again, it's just because they really do use the tax money. They have to they have to balance their books, or at least appear to okay. Whether or not they actually do, you know? There's another story. Let's see here social security question from Jacko saying that right? In racine. Wisconsin. In may, I will be sixty six and we'll have reached full retirement age. I've been informed that I will receive approximately twenty one hundred fifty eight dollars a month approximately. Give or take a few cents. If I choose to start collecting how much tax will I pay on this. I do plan to continue working where I earn about sixty five thousand dollars yearly. Thank you Jacko in Racine. Haven't done the calculation totally. But it looks like probably a good portion of that twenty one fifty a month. The first year you're not gonna be receiving twelve months worth of it. You don't really receive. If you started you get June's payment. So you get seven payments at twenty one fifty eight and probably about eighty five percent of that. I don't know if the full eighty five reached, but you're pretty close to that. It's going to be taxed at it'll be on the twenty two percent income tax bracket so on a full year racist twenty one fifty eight times twelve sixteen fifteen thousand something times point eight five while the full year, you would end up paying tax on about twenty two thousand dollars at the twenty two percent tax bracket. Because we're going on the assumption single that single. Okay. Well, whatever we're going on on the single assumption here. Yeah. Single in this particular issue, and you would end up paying times. Times point through to about forty eight hundred dollars of the twenty five thousand dollars. You receive twenty percent on average will be we'll be your tax Bill, your tax liability because of that social security. Yeah. Now once you turn full retirement age, you will be able to earn. Get your social security benefit, even if you're still working. There is no earnings limitations once you reached full retirement age. So the you won't have to give back, but it is you're going to be taxable because you're making sixty five thousand a year. Other sources of income. Now, if you're making sixty five thousand year, but you put in twenty five thousand of it away in a 4._0._1._K that does bring down your magic, modify the Justice gross income, which would also affect your social security tax ability. So yeah, so that may be something to think about now, obviously jacket was not receiving social security benefit because they I guess because he's still working and not yet age sixty six but. This is something that should really play into his calculation. It depends also when he's going to start when Jacko will retire because if it retirement, he has, you know, maybe some Roth income or some something like that actually ought to be the only thing. Could wind up not only could he wind up getting a greater amount of social security if he waits, but it also may be that he's not going to pay as much if any taxes on it. And so if you were looking at your longevity saying, yeah. Probably about right. Eight hundred eighty five age eighty five dollars eighty five which is kind of just to the good side of waiting not a huge number not a huge not a huge benefit for waiting but a little bit of a benefit to waiting but not paying taxes on it. Now, maybe the reason to not take it. And if you think you're you're lived eighty five then you've got a little bit in your favor, and you didn't pay taxes. So having it grow maybe a little bit of a benefit to you maybe enough to push you into waiting until you actually, retire h seventy which comes first, and then professor Plum, one of the things that look as what tax bracket is he going to be and when he retires that's gonna be one of the big things there because if it is going to be.
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"beatles mccartney" Discussed on 790 KABC
"It is Lawrence. Founded Dr drew midday live talk seven hundred hour. We'll get a report from Jim Roope. An update on the hurricane update on less Moonves and Julie Chen update on faith phasing out fossil fuels in California. It's a thirty minute nonstop is here in California renters who consume cannabis could face eviction because of a smoking policy addendum. That's been added onto many renters leases now keep in mind. This story comes from cannabis now dot com. So they do have horse in this race. But they're warning that a smoking policy addendum added within many renters, Lisa's appears to affect a lot more than just the ability to smoke cannabis. It actually reads as a complete ban on using cannabis in all forms within a house or apartment care. If somebody's has edibles. Exactly what what? John. Do they do they put opiates and Ben does and the? Yeah. Rain and the writer to I mean. Okay. Well, the usually the writers mentioned tobacco, of course. But they now mentioned e cigarettes in vaping is prohibited class of behavior things get interesting when one looks at the fine print of the bottom of the page, which clarifies the addendum, quote does not authorize the use of marijuana in any form on the present premises. Well, this was the candidates now folks say this is clearly an anti you know, cannabis in all four medical cannabis. I mean, yeah, I don't see why this would affect edibles doesn't make any sense. I think they probably are foolish enough. Not to understand that exists. I mean, they're not banning nicotine in any form. No you can chew Nicorette gum. Yeah. Doesn't make any sense. So I'm going to say are they taking or anything? They're taking issue with it. I believe there is a lawsuit in the works. Changing up in the bay area. I've believe cannabis cannabis lawyer named Lauren Vasquez beloved, cannabis lawyer, canvas circle. Hey, look with an industry you need. Yeah. Absolutely, absolutely. They've listened. They have a they have a little school up there about can Nico q. Getty's cannabis degrees in San Francisco warriors. Yeah. It's a it's a burgeoning business. Okay. Over New York governor's race is heating up Cynthia Nixon who is running for New York. Governor did a no no in New York. Now, you tell me if this offends you. She was facing criticism for being for being silent on the rise of anti-semitism in New York. And so she then what did she do? She facing criticism that that she was silent on the rise of anti-semitism, combating anti we know that there's a rise in New York state. We're saying this is the criticism showcase sale have statistics on the rise. So okay. So what she did was she then, you know to show. Hey, my children have Jewish grandparents and she brought them to the, you know, the local bagel store, and she ordered cinnamon raisin bagel with locks red onions tomatoes, Capers and cream cheese. Now that might mean nothing to anyone out here on the west coast. But in New York. That is. That that almost could could be misconstrued for anti-semitism that order a little more. God. That's ridiculous order. That's hysterical. Went over the age of five would would orders. That's so fun. Okay. Well, she claims she loves the salty and sweet. But I find it offensive. I'm you don't put smoked fish with. Sweet. That's that's ridiculous. So she didn't gain any points there. All right. To know. Why don't you? He's not Jewish prayers that Jewish. I thought I'd just to get the holidays off. Votes, whatever and the vote. Yeah. That makes sense. The White House has again changed their phone policy. Amidst all this heightened paranoia. So now staffers are not allowed to leave their phones even government issued phones in lockers in the small entry area outside the situation room. That's what they used to do for the previous nine thousand nine months of the administration will now staffers have to go back put their White House issued devices in their offices or alongside their personal phones in lockers stationed near the west wing entrances before they can actually be buzzed into the situation room. I guess maybe they believe a leaker is getting into those lockers outside the situation room. All sounds crazy. They call it the maroshek policy, right? Yeah. The move is the second significant change in foam policies since Kelly. I implemented a ban on personal phones in the west wing altogether. That was back in January. Really tough to check your Instagram over in the band him. Why did they have a locker for them? I think because maybe that's where you put him band, but people coming into the to the situation room that don't necessarily work in the west wing. Oscar de LA Hoya says he is quote, very very very serious about running for president. I saw that. He's my neighbor is great guy. Love him. Really? And I will I I don't know what his politics are. But just on his as I know him. I'm ready to get behind him. Well, he doesn't have any experience in elected office. But of course, that didn't stop Donald Trump. Delahoya turned himself into an entrepreneur following his retirement from boxing forty-five-year-old founded golden boy promotions in two thousand two the company has since become an established brand in sports. He says he would consider running for president. And this is his quote, I am actually very very serious. I strongly feel that if a Kanye west can do it and announced, and maybe tease the world that he would maybe one day run for president. Why not mean I've had literally over the years ever since I became a professional in boxing. I've had millions of people. Tell me look why don't you represent? Why don't you stand up and have a bigger voice? Obviously, the biggest voice you can have is president. I would argue he's onto something. And and I would argue it's healthy for the country. We were supposed to be a citizen run government. Right. It's fine. With me. That's fine. And you've got you know. Oscar's a good guy. Now, we might want to save this story for a talker later in the show. But this was disturbing news. I woke up to Paul McCartney and a new profile has announced. Yeah. I masturbated with John Lennon. At the Beatles fan. I don't need to know that. Like, they would like a seventy six year old rocker reminisced on his time with the band more popular than Jesus at his office in London's SoHo. He said, quote, we spend most of the next the writer says we spent most of the next hour talking about killing frogs taking acid and the pros and cons of drilling holes in one skull, but one particular an antidote. Anecdote excuse me, among many stands out, the writer asked about the early bonding days of the Beatles. Mccartney launched into a particularly saucy tale. What it was? He said was over at John's house, and it was just a group of us and stead of just gathering roaring drunk and partying. I don't even know if we were staying over anything, we were all just in these chairs and the lights were out and somebody started masturbating. So we all did. Is that normal? No, well, I wouldn't end. John Lennon was not mentally. Well, you guys, you know, that right now, I don't he had chronic stuff. And it's unclear how much of it was drug related how much it was. There's all kinds of theories about his mental illness. But he was not a well, gentlemen. And so the behavior probably is more related to that much else. So sorry about that. But okay, whatever you're into man. I guess I just that would have been fine. If we didn't know that you know, there's now like all the comments that came after this like, oh, it brings new meaning to the song come together. No, no, no, no, no, no stop. I'm sorry to ruin everyone else's. That'll be the thirty minute..
"beatles mccartney" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Yeah Who You never saw him when he was, alive but now you can see him in the afterlife Michael Jackson concert Michael Jackson hologram, at the legal you have to call it the, Michael Jackson hologram You know. You just can't say Michael j. actually been. Sued maybe that's where they went wrong maybe they just said it was Michael Jackson I wonder how long it's gonna take them to. Get a band where like half, the members have died like like the Beatles McCartney And then they just. Put hologram the this I mean crazier things. Have happened I wonder how long it is until that half there's no way McCartney would agree to it there's no way we have It. Just hear us out okay Carpool karaoke thing went great we. Saw how, many people watch that they're like like. Five hundred. Million people watch, that all. Right so it's, really really good so we're thinking let's. Just strike while the iron hot what do? You say. About a Beatles reunion. Bills reunion hear me out. Here You ringo John and, George. Hologram Hello McCartney wouldn't go for it I bet, you would think about? It Are veteran goes hoping that. Paul goes for him so. That I can get this thing together After. The pitch. Meeting Ringling Paulison in there and pulled just walks out like just like totally offended gusted Ringo's like give that to me To lose my number d do That would be a huge imagine how big that show Bursting radio on news talk. Eight fifty w. Mt l. I go to work, every. Morning in a good mood I don't have to worry about anything because I get all the news, and information I need from Jennifer Ross and Bill Adams south Florida morning show tomorrow morning five thirty and ten ten on. News talk eight fifteen w. f. t. Al stay connected This report brought to you by Staples ninety. Five northbound.
"beatles mccartney" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Wow, Paul McCartney Beatles Bruce Springsteen I've seen them all alive. You've never seen the Beatles McCartney. Yeah. I mean front, what's fronting wings or just. Okay. He's. Freddie Mercury and I'm YouTube, you guys know nut Freddie Mercury. Amazing. Hold on a minute. You could there. There might be some Beatles fans are sitting. You're saying, you know, John was as much of a front man. Yeah, people could argue that, right. I agree in Lennon had the top billing on on the music sheets, but that's being Lennon on. All right. No. Could it be also audibly? But. Yokota Yoka wasn't around Liverpool path, but that she fought for all of that stuff. Oh, at the end. So so we're here we missing here. Well, there's put Bruce. I didn't. I didn't wanna put you. Finally, did I relented put Bruce Springsteen because I most people and I think kind of in the majority here, most people just see Bruce Springsteen kinda like the Beatles as a single entity, and then he just has this band behind him. The band isn't really. Part of the gig, three, baron. That's the name of the east fee brand on this on this Rodway tour. I mean, he does stuff by himself and so I, I really didn't wanna Paul McCartney on here because I think the Beatles as a single entity, the Beatles Paul McCartney and the Beatles. So who would you who would you put on? I mean, if you were left your own device, I like Robert plant plant leads up once the greatest rock band of all time. Steven, Tyler Aerosmith huge, huge band in nego with some modern Michael's thrown out co plaques, rose, Chris, Martin I've seen in person. Chris Martin will light up the tire. Like I've seen him lot up the Rose Bowl with one hundred thousand people in it. But I also, I mean, we're talking all time. You're mentioning this. You could basically do stones versus Beatles, and people will have some argument about that sort of thing Vetter. I mean, you could put a lot of those early grungy is in there. What was the name of the guy who who was the front man for Yati by nature. Was his name. Question months ago about sure. What about prince prince again, single guy. The the revolution isn't like, what? About what about Morris day? No, no, but all seriousness, it prince is similar to Bruce here. But all the leader and your on your all the list. We were looking at had Broussin here. Well, billboard, you know, billboard. Did this breaking BRUCE'S, the number one front man of all time on the billboard charts and your, they kind of know music right at billboard. So that's kinda why I was. So what are we are we decide on here? Why are we can take some phone calls on it at eight, four, four, two, four Jagger that's called a call to action in the radio business. Make Jagger Freddie Mercury Bano brawl McCartney and Bruce Kanka wrong with that. I mean, that's a tough. I don't know how you choose, but me and Broadwood said you could go ten on, but out of all of these Mike del tufo, rich Eisen show audio executive who DJ of the Mike DD Friday night, right? DJ Michael d. yeah, by the way, I love your tweets when you you send him out because again, I'm usually Friday night. I get a text from you. Hey, would you re tweet. Then I look at the tweet and the number of times that I hit re tweet. But before I do, I check your spelling Like e. you like it was? I you spelled music Muskie. US CI like trees. Are you are you are you? Are you pop? There's a few drinks that six o'clock to the point where you can't spell properly is plus the keyboards. I'm like, do I do I send them like, hey, look, you know, I understand. I'm here helping you out which you are. You're prince, okay. We love making fun of you, but I have my wife and my mother sang too tough on. Okay. So that said it's still my own brand to that. I'm I'm loaning and my brand is proper spelling. Texted, I don't want to do better, invariably say, can you do it again and then you'll fix it?.
"beatles mccartney" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Saxophonist i appreciate your time that you spend with your instrument is a relationship with the instrument and other the special things that you've learned to do you qatar the on necessarily conventional what i love about the guitar is that it gives you that feeling that with every sound that you take out of it you are taking it from inside of your own body because of the way that the guetta resonates very close to you very close to your stomach and it's wonderful connection you make and when you spend many many hours practicing and finessing it and making sure that you are finding or best sound and your best music it's just become a real synergy and the real partnership because also you know the guitar doesn't feel the same every day it changes it sound as well depending on the weather all season of all of these things and almost like it's alive i tried to find new things every day i start practicing because that's always exciting to me but what i'm most excited about is that you can really create this amazingly warm rich sound which you can then change in million colors and that's the beauty of classical guitar well sometimes our instruments aren't very kind to us either i've had excessive neck issues and facts and teeth she's playing quite physically exerting instrument i mean a guy that you've had some issues as well with the instrument biting back completely i stop playing for eighteen months and i have just started performing against since february after this really rough patch and it's because i was playing too much i wasn't taking care of myself i injured my right forearm and just kind of lost it and i think these moments are perhaps the most crucial moments in your life because you really learn so much about yourself and the instrument and you just get the tools to never allow that to happen again and after having gone through that for this period of time which wasn't a short period of time i feel that now there is nothing that can happen that will surprise me it's a great great lesson even though it was absolute horror account imagine look what's it makes me cry on the inside the thinking about that but you're repertoires really interesting inasmuch as you'll have tasking material as well as songs from the beatles mccartney do you.