17 Burst results for "Ben Atar"

"ben atar" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:32 min | 9 months ago

"ben atar" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"You. well. I'll tell you what listener episode month in july was a lot of fun and we really got a lot of great feedback from people since we set it up. We keep getting emails and stuff from all of you. So thanks so much for giving feedback giving giving us some input on the episodes that we've done and episodes that you'd like to see stu so that's a good way to get things started in a new month after listener episode and. I think we probably will do that again. I'm totally down with doing listener episode month again. It was a lot of fun and some great ideas including the new orleans segment which i really enjoyed researching and digging into a little bit and i can't wait to dig into it. A little bit more so fascinating. Well we're looking elsewhere in the rock and roll landscape. in fact we're going to brooklyn back to nine thousand nine hundred fifty. Three january and the birth of patricia may andrews who ski. No i'm talking about talking about. I was right patty bay. Patty may from the block country singer. It might sound like having. May her her details of her young life in brooklyn but fast forward to one thousand nine hundred seventy two. She meets up with a guy get married. Stayed married for several years throughout the seventies but we know her by her married name her first one not our second one. That marriage lasted a lot longer so far than the first one ever again. I'm talking about pat benetton. They get around to it in a weird way. You definitely Took new long scenic route to get us to add the muhtar getting out of the gate on his vows. History of rock and roll by crooked iberian hard hafbro. They've got what you need. If you need a cold. Pike a great mix drink nice glass of wine and great music and entertainment all the crooked talking about pat ben atar. She kept her married name. After the divorce from dennis and right around that time she met a guy that nickname was spider. And i think it was because of the spidery nature of the way. He approached the guitar very talented guy. Neil giraldo and they clicked right away. Well maybe not right away but they clicked and started working together or found out that they be really great as a couple got married had kids and have been together ever since continuing to be musical and life partners. We're talking about pat. Ben atar and her little spider to neil giraldo on this episode of the amounts history rock and roll and at the beginning of my time in the record business. I did get to work with them. Very briefly was during their cammarata album and there was a whole thing. They wanted to go on howard. Stern and did and this is when we were working. The single from the album and the song called strawberry one and our being howard started asking her questions that linked strawberry wine to menstrual flow. And pat's pretty cool but she wasn't having it and it was the first time i'd seen someone lock horns with howard stern on the air in a long time and i guess i wasn't expecting that it would be my artist my new artists that i signed on to help work that would be in the midst of all that and it was fine. I felt mad. Actually because she's just sweetheart and so's neil they're all thing is very very nice and they're very kind sweet people and had a good life because they've done things the right way and it. Just it pissed me off at howard. Actually at the time. I i was just like come on. And she's a class lady and that's a whole nother subject. But i'll leave that gopher now but that was the time i worked with them and it didn't go great the album. You know i. It didn't make the top one hundred albums on billboard but we enjoyed working with her and Say a chance to be. We actually had met once store my mr days in the eighties as well. And there's a picture somewhere of Ex number one and me and the bat. Neil and i'll post that up online little crossings ranked the little crossings that we have but when those two cross signals when they across pass they started making music together and that led to the debut album in august two seventy nine called in.

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"ben atar" Discussed on The CyberWire

The CyberWire

06:17 min | 9 months ago

"ben atar" Discussed on The CyberWire

"It's time to take a moment to tell you about our sponsor recorded future if you haven't already done so take a look at recorded futures cyber daily we look at it. The cyber wire staff subscribes and consults it daily web is rich with indicators in warnings but it's nearly impossible to collect them by eyeballing the internet yourself no matter how many analysts you might have on staff and we're betting that however many you have you haven't got enough recorded future. Does the hard work for you. By automatically collecting organizing the entire web identify new vulnerabilities and emerging threat indicators sign up for the cyber daily email to get the top trending technical indicators crossing the web cyber news targeted industries threat. Actors exploited vulnerabilities malware and suspicious. Ip addresses subscribed today and stay ahead of the cyber attacks go to recorded future dot com slash cyber wire to subscribe for free threat intelligence updates from recorded future and we thank recorded future for sponsoring our show. There are likely a handful of electronic devices in your office that as far as security is concerned you tend not to give much thought to or if you do. You're confident that when they were installed and set up the proper settings were put in place to isolate them from sensitive information. Bentzi ben atar is co-founder of cloud services provider scipio systems and he and his colleagues have published a series of youtube videos. Demonstrating common hardware vulnerabilities. That could fly. Under the radar obviously in the boardroom and meeting rooms there obviously a lot of sensitive information that is being presented there. So how difficult would it be to capture the data and exfiltrated to to an interested audience so to speak so the attacker wanted to get all the information that is being presented. All the video that was being presented on a certain smart tv said that was located in a meeting room in order to do that a. He used an internal abuser in this case Played by an evil made was paid off to do a very simple task while she's cleaning the room plugging rubber ducky which is a device that emulates a keyboard functionality inject certain payload then she disconnects the payload the the attack itself is very persistent and then everything that is being displayed on that. Tv set is actually being recorded locally and then the attacker using preset Access point where. The tv is connects. You can actually get all the files that were captured and stored locally without setting foot in the individuals office. Now the cool thing about this attack is that we didn't need to manipulate anything on the tv. So it is actually an out of the box tv where we use a very simple method where you actually can control everything on the tv by using the remote control and every smart. Tv and tv in general that has a remote control has also a usb input that allows it to connect an external keyboard. so romantic. As i would like it to appear as professional as i would like it to appear. No reverse engineering. No melwert has flashing malware just a basic building functionality that is being used by the attacker due to the fact that he decided to use the hardware aspect as his attack vehicle instead of trying to force his way in through a network interfaces or things like that. I'll tell you another nice story about that. One of the pushbacks that we get is from the data centers guy. They would say you argue to some level of what they believe to be true. Is that no one can go in and out of a data center with anything and then i told him you know. There's there's one thing that can go in and out without any examination whatsoever. It can visit the facility a on a periodic basis which is important thing when you're an attacker. You never check what he brings in and the guy is the guy that brings the fire extinguishers and you know next to every wreck in a data center. There's an automatic fire extinguishing system so the demo that we did. There was implant the debase plate of a fire extinguisher within blunt. Using a a low range a exfiltration radio so that won't be picked up by any flashy. Rf sensors or like our geo location meters things like that and obviously no one checks known. Scans if i- extinguishers if you're a subcontractor then you need to go on a periodic basis and you can change your race storage devices. You can modify where you're connecting your devices so it's a very easy very easy setup and the and this is the this is exactly the what we're trying to generate awareness about the understanding that these devices do not require special capabilities and that the the attackers are readily available. Whether through hack five shops or or through a allie express say online stores. The technology is very much available. You don't need to be the.

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"ben atar" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

03:55 min | 10 months ago

"ben atar" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"I think for videos to break through the noise today. They have to be able to exist on like instagram or twitter or in a or text message in like a short clip. That is not the whole video because that's not really how we consume anything anymore like in its entirety like you have to really be invested in an artist or creator to consume something that they've made in its entirety and just being willing and i think the thing that drake has always done really well is convey vulnerability and just the vulnerability of being willing to dance as like a rapper. As like a a real badly you know. I think is totally in line with who drake has been like in our culture and totally in the video itself. Just speaks to really how you breakthrough right now. I think you have to go back to the eighties. When billy joel would do videos where he'd let christie brinkley. Dance to find goofy or dancing in a music video. It's like drake. He met the challenge of christie brinkley. He met the challenge of billy squire. He said i'm going to do the goofiest dancing. But you know like markelle pursue brilliantly like the goofy dancing it it added to the emotional vulnerability of the song tribute to the genius of drake. That he could do a focuses on his goofiest dancing and you know make it as sexually charismatic as the dangelo video. It is one of the things that mtv music videos did is it forced people who had never thought about choreography before in their lives to do it i do think of the love is a battlefield of video where you had i. I think she kind of nailed the choreography. Didn't she absolutely the the dancing in that video. It's not just dancing. And i was telling story of rising up against patriarchy. It's such a beautiful epic video love that video and so revolutionary for its time to have ben atar every way ahead of her time. Let's talk about gaga because if we're talking about latter day artists who really made music videos their own. I think she. She ranks pretty highly and the bad romance video as we say in the right up does nail that that early wild gaga thing that he does david. What do you make of that. Video is as a piece of filmmaking. I think it's easy to forget in the kind of Post tony bennett posts. Stars born era of gaga in which. She has reinvented herself. As this Glamor icon per se. Because maybe that feels a little reductive but his has is no longer wearing meat dresses to award ceremonies per se. It's easy to forget. Just how crazy lady gaga seemed from visual sense early on her career. And especially if you weren't like a you know they're in the ground floor little monster fan of hers to suddenly like see to hear bad romance on the radio. You're sort of like that's a really interesting. You know pop song. That's a really interesting. Catchy pop song. I like that and then to see the video and you're just like whoa like lady gaga has an incredible visual artists in addition to being like a real musical force of nature. And it's such a great distillation of that early kind of shock of the new. That guy was bringing even. She was borrowing elements from decades worth of pop music in decades. Worth of pop visuals to throw in there. It's really the sense where you're sort of like attention. Must be paid to this lady who we shall call gaga absolutely running out of time but monteverdi wanna talk about a couple of your favorites that we haven't had a chance to talk about. Yes so one of the things that i was thinking about was just the way. Technology has evolved as far like visual arts technology. As far as what music. Videos look like. And so when i was going through the list and rewatching are watching for the first time some of these videos..

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"ben atar" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

Decibel Geek Podcast

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"ben atar" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

"So in the year. Two thousand we inducted. Acdc eric clapton journey rainbow george harrison and kansas. He caught that yup me too. I'm cool with all these two thousand one. The ramones queen heart michael jackson. Why and t blondie boston black oak. Arkansas what a group in two thousand and two. We inducted tom. Petty and the heartbreakers. Cheap trick motorhead ted nugent. Fog hat and eddie money then in two thousand and three in their first year eligibility we got van halen whitesnake. Ace fraley nell. Scott stars and meatloaf two thousand four prints accept saxon pat. Ben atar gerry. Rafferty foreigner april wine in two thousand five. We inducted iron maiden def leppard. Michael schenker wendy o williams and the sex pistols. Two thousand six motley crue kicks the stray cats joan jett and the black hearts and war. That might be my favorite line upright. They're gone in two thousand seven. Another eclectic group twisted sister billy idol. Yes whitford saint homes and cool and the gang. In two thousand eight metallica pandera lead afford and docking along with dick. Dale surf rock. And with doc in two thousand nine we inducted bon. Jovi slayer killer dwarfs stevie ray vaughan and double trouble and the misfits. In two thousand ten it was megadeath striper anthrax rat in two thousand eleven. The beastie boys poison tesla. David lee roth is a solo artist and overkill like that one to two thousand twelve. It was the big one we righted a lot of wrongs in two thousand twelve. When we inducted guns and roses queen's reich the allman brothers fast way faith no more the cult suicidal tendencies. Cinderella faster pussycat testament tommy james. And the shaun dell's and merciful fate in two thousand thirteen. It went to soundgarden. La guns x japan exodus wishbone ash and great white. In twenty fourteen skid row warrant nirvana status quo white lion and guar in two thousand fifteen alison chains. The black crowes green day. Kid rock slaughter in enough's enough 2016 chicago pearl jam smashing pumpkins saigon kick and tough. I'm starting to see a kind of pattern here. Yeah twenty seventeen yellow bachman. Turner overdrive kaya stanzi bullet boys. Ugly kid joe. Maybe not so much of a pattern twenty eighteen. We inducted clutch. The cars red hot chili peppers quiet riot and white zombie. In twenty nineteen the nod went to korn marilyn manson jackal tool the zombies angel. And todd rundgren. What a weird lineup. That one is and then finally in our last year twenty twenty. It's nine inch nails slash sweet hanoi..

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"ben atar" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"ben atar" Discussed on Pantheon

"Internet breaks the internet. Yes the video is iconic pat bennasar from then on women around the world copied her leather pants and pixie haircut she was already known for her vixen e onstage persona but now she could translate that into four-minute music videos. Yeah this was a new way to show an even bigger audience who pat penny tar was and she became a mainstay. Mtv oh yeah like. I didn't even have. Mtv wasn't even really alive back then. But i still feel like eighties. Pat benetton was just so synonymous with eighties. Mtc eighties periods. The way she looked. Yeah i mean. I'm pretty sure that when i had my faux hawk i definitely try to rip off her. Look sometimes like kind of curl up my info hawk a bit and like i have like these bullshit pleasure leggings some outfits over kind of pep benetton orascom lake sluggish boots heels. Oh yeah no. I tried to go pepe tar when any of us. Now try to dress eighties. We are essentially dressing like pat. Ben atar yeah 'cause that she was quintessentially eighties and everyone. It's a timeless. Look you can throw any decade. I feel like and it's not dated whereas like the crimped hair and make could be toned down the makeup roy and then you thirty six. I can't wear that shit. No no no. I feel really awkward with blue eye shadow. Now which makes me really. it's. I don't feel awkward with blue eye shadow. I i don't wear it very often anyway. I'm lucky if i put on. I shadow so i have gotten to a point where i have my makeup look now and i haven't deviated from it very much so that's probably what i'm going to do anytime and we're makeup from now three. Turn it to good job thanks. Nice inc's hit me with your best shot was the second single. I'm sorry himmy with your pet shark was the second single. And one of pat's biggest hits ever. It was written eddie schwartz who is inspired to write the song after going to a pillow punching therapy session all hall. That's the cutest thing. I've ever heard life despite the vague domestic violence imagery of hit me with your best shot that some people thought was there. This was not the song that created. Controversy is kind of like when everyone realized that. Hit me baby. One more time by britney spears could have been about domestic violence. I never went there and kinda try. It's about what it's also boning..

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"ben atar" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"ben atar" Discussed on Pantheon

"Like this is just people in unitards like every single unit hard freddie mercury ever worn and david bowie oh and everyone in my god so many unitards. Yeah so little time. I want it. There's not enough time for all unitards. I'll have to show it to you running any time. All this unitards something about that cat suit brought life into pets. Performance doesn't always always does. She was acting feisty and sexy presenting a noticeably more aggressive persona. She finally found that alter ego that she could turn on when she got on stage. All right sometimes it takes a costume. Yeah deal that onstage persona. i can't imagine trying to like create one. Yeah i what i would do. I'm not good at it probably. Oh yeah i definitely have to have a couple of shots or something. I don't know whenever never performed. I won't drink beforehand because i'm afraid it's gonna fuck with me. Yeah so i usually go on. So far i honestly i would go with the costume. If you wear something completely different incomplete not you. You can go on there and say like this isn't me. I'm playing a character and the character in your mind. So good for her catsuits. Use them they work. She scored a four night. Stint at a club called tramps. That got her plenty of record label. Buzz terry ellis. No relation to me. Head head of chrysalis records caught the show and was impressed. He wasn't exactly sure how to market pat with her. Grandiose vocals backed by a rock and roll sound but took a chance and signed her to his record label that same week now. They needed a band. Yeah they weren't looking for mere musicians to back her up. This was going to be her. Songwriting team oh they re yeah. They wanted a band right that she was just like the lead singer of say. Want like pat. Ben atar they wanted pepin atar in aband- rights but they they kept it as just her name for some reason probably because she's pretty an army they sure didn't weird they would've had to change it to cox's military. There are a little more advanced in may nineteen seventy-nine an upstart guitarist from cleveland named neil. Giraldo got a call to audition for lead guitarist bands. He didn't even bring his own guitar to the audition. He just asked another guy that was auditioning. He could use his. He's like a real seriously impact was immediately smitten with neill. She didn't even care if he was a good guitar player. She just wanted him in the band because remember she wants she does. Yeah like i have so much respect for her game. Good for you passley. Luckily he nailed the audition and they hired him. Oh lucky for pet to this little meet. cute would prove to be an extremely fortuitous event. Did you just call a meet. Cute cute hate that word. But i had to use it. It works neil in pat. Songwriting chemistry was perfect in writing. Songs together came easily the only way to.

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"ben atar" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"ben atar" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Well, it might not be a knockout. Punch but it certainly was a gut punch that fended off the spread of those aggressive fires these troublesome fire that rapidly burn through Rocky Mountain National Park from the parks gateway communities of Grand Lake to Estes Park on Saturday was greatly tained on Sunday in fact so much snow fell as you've heard in our news this morning that firefighters were actually pulled off the lines as the snow made for unsafe a travel conditions you talk about fire and Ice Pap Ben Atar Monday snowfall reports included twenty four inches for red feather lakes twenty, one inches for Cameron Pass fifteen to twenty one inches for parts of the east troublesome fire and half that much at lower elevations of the fire. Paul DEMARCO. Who is Cameron peak fire operations section chief said during Sunday's video updated maybe quite a few days before we see fire activity on the ground now the cameron peak fire incident command. Team also handling the Thomson Zone was so called Thompson zone of the east troublesome fire, which is that portion of the fire that spotted in Rocky Mountain National Park and threatened Estes Park Demarco said, the snow was a huge plus for all of the firefighters despite the snow the Monday morning incident reports said, the precipitation may not be enough to end the fire season for the year though it will significantly diminish fire behavior in the short term extended precipitation that stays on the ground and actually seats into those fuels. Will be necessary to completely extinguish the fire fire activity may increase again as another drying chand with moderate temperatures and not predicted precipitation is in the extended forecast aviation used Sunday and was expected to be used again, used to assess the snow's impact on both fires. The crews will monitor the fires once travel conditions improve storm mountain road was closed Sunday after a fire truck slid off the road and other crashes were reported on the road between Estes Park and Fort Collins this according to the Larimer County Sheriff's Office. Now the sheriff's Office went on to say that property owners. Who have been contacted about structured loss will be allowed back to those properties. Remains of them starting on Wednesday property owners in this is so heartbreaking property owners and crystal Mark Mountain, which is reported to have suffered significant losses. Will also be allowed in Wednesday property owners and the string town moon dance wind song, Windy Ridge, and owl hollow areas. Will. Be allowed him on Thursday. Now according to the sheriff property owners will be able to assemble at the nascent Ville Mercantile. This is Burke Buckhorn Road Larimer County. Road Twenty seven and Larimer County Road Thirty, eight E at eight..

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"ben atar" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"ben atar" Discussed on Pantheon

"So for this one. Love, the Vocal Melody Love the freezing I think it's got great catchy horse. I think Richie does a great job of like not overdoing the solo because if if they got hold a song, the song would have been complete shit. I love the pace and for lack of better word like the bobby nece it's like. It actually has a little bit of fun to the pace of the song where some of these songs don't kind of come off overly fun. It's missing that big DEF leppard backing vocals though I mean it could really used mutt coming in and saying do put this hair and this things it. So I, I would say this again is a deep track gem that doesn't get enough play. It's a, it's a decent song This kind of gets back to at the sunny already referenced in one of his. But I think I think I can picture Pat Benetton Song turning it into a hit. Another one of my footloose references reminds me of the salt member member of the scene when playing chicken on the tractors and an airplane holding out for a hero holding out for a hero like it's kind of like fast like like. Everybody's Kinda like crazy. Cut Action. Direction like. Because it's like a fast paced up chaotic type of pacing of a pop song. It's OK sunny likes a little bit more than, I do you know it's a little cheesy with those background vocals burning you know it's like I get it. It's okay. It's okay for me. All right. So this starts the TRIFECTA that comes at the end of the three Jon Bon Jovi Richie Sambora written songs. So again, Jon Bon, Jovi Richie, Sambora, rope burning for love another poor John and love. You know. How many I wish we could go back and think of how many bands rhyme the word action in satisfaction or God? Yeah it's true right. Now, it's like come on John. But. I know what you're saying. Tom. But it's not it's not Pat Ben Atar and it's not. footloose what these songs is Michael Sim bellows found. She's a maniac angry Nak. Okay. What this reminds me of the old saw. Okay he's a maniac. On the this is I'm burning the love. I. I totally picture the scene where she's practicing her dance moves to burning for love. I could see that. Yeah. That's what I'm thinking is an eighty s movie segue cut-away you know portion. The montage type thing time? Yeah. They missed out on some film opportunities seems like you're not. Like. contract. Shit yeah either mercury wasn't pushing for that or John Melissa said no to it or there's something missing there. That's why a lot of these songs and like I can picture these movies and for some reason, the movie footloose kept coming back to him like a lot of these pictures like eighties scenes like you like you said like like a couple arguing fight rate of breakout or something they just has like or training part like, yes. Song Eight on vision quest. Yup Exactly. Yes. Yup Sonny.

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"ben atar" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"ben atar" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Just be what it is and there's a lot of guys out. There were deeper voices than me. They're not all barry white you ever guest host any of the rock channels now. Is that what you're passionate before I grew up with music and entertainment always loved music. Music never had the talent to play play around the drums a little the piano in a double things but I know music in all its warms. There's classical classical that I like. There's rock there's metal there's hip hop. There's a but I always seem to fall into music and entertainment. When Rapper's delight came out of East Orange New Jersey? I was in high school at the same time. Dj We got to know each other. When Casey and the sunshine band or coming out with all these these things are coming together? Well I was in New York for the music scene when you know late nights at the palladium when blondie would come in when Pat Ben. Atar Billy Squire the remotes Joey indeedy. What all this thing? That China Club Late Nights North Rob so I grew up with this and what I have a love for his. I respect art saying what you respect the painted or beautiful classic car. It's a creation so I always love that I I love music. It's now I get away. You get away for a month now I crank it up at I go and I will go through the moods man. I will put on Missouri Ski and Play Pictures and exhibition or put on the e o p version and listen to Greg Lake. who was a longtime friend? Plays version just depends. It's like Bourbon. Urban Scotch it's my mood or its lifestyle. I think we did it all man now. We got lots more to go is there. Is there okay. I'll be the day in your hearts. God Yeah although you do a beautiful hair spray in there all all right well. We're not going to wait five years. How about that no? I'm doing literally literally show tomorrow. So there you go for more on. That team had follow him on twitter although he throws him Bob at David Webb show.

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"ben atar" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"ben atar" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I'm GONNA drop one more name. and T T to skip ahead a little bit in two thousand and six South African philosopher. David Ben Atar published a book which is widely credited with introducing the term anti-nato ISM While he sought to discourage bridge reproduction his ideas grew out of different premise. The objective of anti-nato as Benetton sees it is to reduce human suffering that he should stop APP tracking my heart around us. Since since life inevitably involves some amount of of suffering bringing another person into the world introduces the guarantee of some Har. It's true he argues that the equality the of even the best lives is very bad and considerably worse than most people recognize it to be. Although it's obviously too late to prevent our own existence. It is not too late. It's never too late existence. A future possible people. It's never too late for suicide. I'm not recommending it but for anybody that really hates their lives. You know y why bring everybody else down. Just go ahead and end it. I'm with you. That's why I think mark kind of agrees to because he said well they're just looking for attention and and for something to complain about. Yeah I don't I I only for me suicides. A terrible option three painful for the whole family. Everybody who's is involved except for these people. Yeah People that you know the the handful of people on the Internet that are looking for their fifteen minutes of fame by advocating clearly. Really Ludicrous position. Now what's more painful having to sit at Thanksgiving dinner with these people year after year after year or finding out they off themselves. Eight fifty five four four.

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"ben atar" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

23:03 min | 2 years ago

"ben atar" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Locks in this country you had a large influx urine the growth of the Hughes the real growth you had affirmative act adding that said it it's keeping us really off-balance just as people or it's just not healthy for a society no I mean there's an unhealthy it's just there it's what I have okay some of it to be fair is tired and work in from time to time to go through that like to listen to my shows I hate an air check sessions I hated sitting there with my PD and listen to myself really but Dj So we got to Know Each Other when Casey and the sunshine band or out with all these things were coming together I was in New York for the music scene when you know late nights at the palladium when blondie would come in when Pat Ben Atar Billy Squire the Ramones Joey and all this thing that China Club late Nights Nordhoff Robs Ya so I grew up with this and what I have a love for his I respect art say what you respect the painted or beautiful classic you're it's a creation so I always love that I love music it's how I get away you get away for a month now I crank it up at I go and I will through the moods man I will put on Missouri Ski and Play Pictures at exhibition or I'll put on the version and listen to Greg Legg who was a longtime friend the is version just depends it's like Bourbon Scotch it's my mood or its lifestyle I think we did it all man now we were to go there there you go for more on that David follow him on twitter although he throws him Bob's at David Webb show and grits Arlen newsfeed is looking for an advertising sales manager to sell advertising for the website or in more information contact Jay hurt Admin and Hartland newsfeed dot com..

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"ben atar" Discussed on Geeks Under the Influence

Geeks Under the Influence

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"ben atar" Discussed on Geeks Under the Influence

"To be known for doing the things she wanted to have your first and then let me do any other make that determination on still one. Oh my favorite actresses to watch onscreen aids like fucking wine to oh absolutely she's gotten like even more like more like i mean anyone who watched <hes> fury road and did not have a revelation at her performances furioso incredible right. I mean everything about the character jeff personnel her whole portrayal the character yeah. We're we're one show that i deeply obsessed with on m._t._v. and i thought that everybody everybody was very aware of the show but apparently not everybody was. Does anyone remember the civil and ali show no. It's way oh yeah uh-huh and i remember i do remember. This is where the liam lynch whatever the united states or whatever it came from civil knowledgeable wow of the llama song the llamas coming it was the whole thing like and was fantastic that was in the ninety s when there was still a little bit of weird happening with m._t._v. where they're doing shit like that. They were trying to still trying to figure themselves out as an imprint when i think they were willing to be more of unguarded i'm wondering i should've looked into this if that that t._v. was sold to a different network or like a big conglomerate at any point and that's when the image really got cleaned up a lot is around the same time as american idol was getting really big on broadcast television and real world and road rules were combining forces to road trip shit challenge challenges and <hes> you know britney spears did the cross roads movie or whatever she was in <hes> <hes> a movie called crossroads. I know idea where she's saying. I love rock and roll and when she was asking why why that was added into the movie <hes> if she was a fan and she's like oh yeah. I love pat ben atar. That's on her album..

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"ben atar" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"ben atar" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Tricia, Ben ATar better known as Pat Benetton the rock. I live under is big not so big that I don't know in. Love hit me with your best shot, but big enough to where I had never heard this song until Mike. Senate to me upon learning. It was Pat Benetton birthday week Mike Trevor. Doc..

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"ben atar" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"ben atar" Discussed on KQED Radio

"May Ben ATar better known as Pat bene- tar the rock. I live under is big not so big that I don't know, and love hit me with your best shot, but big enough to where I had never heard this song until Mike on Senate to me upon learning. It was Pat Benetton birthday week Mike Trevor. Y'all. He'll. Duncan..

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"ben atar" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:35 min | 3 years ago

"ben atar" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"We're going to build our own mount rock, more and. After the text about foreigners being on mount Rushmore makes it it makes sense. This would be American. Rock superstars. Here's a ton of them from England that we're going to have to leave off. I think if we're gonna acquainted to mount Rushmore mall rock more can have to be American. I think we'll go with that. Which also I think makes it a little more interesting because then you can you can forget about the Jimmy page and Robert plant, Mick Jagger, and Keith Richard and Eric Clapton Roger Daltry, you know, all of those guys let's focus on American rock stars rock and roll stars. And we'll see what we come up with with that. Let's go Evan. I Hello Evan. How you doing? Great to. I hope you can hear me. We can hear you fine. Recommendation for your rug store Iraq, mount mount Rushmore, okay? Rushmore takes you back a little ways, but Debbie, Harry Blondie. Okay. Yep. Debbie, Harry, if you were gonna put one female up there or to Debbie, Harry and who else. I couldn't go with another one sorry about that Stevie nicks. I'm not that familiar. Whether or rediscovered Debbie Harry about a month ago. Okay. Yeah. I he's very good looking or yours. Right. Good luck. And she's in the rock and Roll Hall of fame as well. Yep. That's right. Cheers. So that's that'd be my recommendation. I love to hear your discussion about my choice. Okay. Thanks evan. Evan from Denver, Debbie. Harry like, Debbie, Harry. She is in the rock and Roll Hall of fame. I wouldn't put her a you're going to pick four people to go up there. I wouldn't be one of my picks people are naming bands. You can't put the whole band in there. No naming Z Z top journey Aerosmith Stevie nicks. I think she deserves to be on that. She certainly there's not a lot of female rockers. She got to be at the top of the heap. And let's go next to Mel from Lakewood. Hey, Mel, how are you? Hey, good. Well, I've I've got gray hair. But if you think about the. The rock and roll people have had the greatest impact on the John. I would have to start with Elvis Presley. Bob Dylan who got a Nobel prize. And I'm a person thinks that putting Winston Churchill mount Rushmore, just fine. He's been one of the most iconic political leaders in the twentieth century and had a huge impact on United State in that vein. I think the third name I would put up there is the Beatles. All of them, all four Beatles. Yeah. A montage montage of Beatles. Yeah. And that leaves one spot open for whoever I don't know who's in that group, but I believe but Elvis, and the Beatles and Bob Dylan are probably the three most impactful. Recording artists. Lease my lifetime hard to argue. That's for sure thank smell. Thanks for calling in and next up. We'll go Bill in Inglewood. Hey, bill. You're on KOA. Hey, how's it going guys? Hey, we're doing good. It's Friday night. God, I'll tell you what I just gonna let you guys know this upfront. I listen to you guys every day when I get off work, and you make me blow snot at least once a day. Well, that's a good thing. I take it. Right. Yeah. I love it. Good, man. Anyway. So I was telling them what's not dragging. But anyway, yeah grant, so yeah, I'm just thinking in terms of songwriters like really great American songwriter. You got Steven Tyler Aerosmith. Which? It's gonna be tough to carve his face. 'cause it looks like. I love him. Bob dylan. Writer and petty and Bruce Springsteen. Yeah, they all kind of have the same face. I don't agree with his politics. It could write songs, man. I can't argue with any of those people all just like brilliant. So yes, especially if they're going to go all American mount Rushmore. That's, but then you definitely have to have Bruce on there when it's all a marriage. Yeah. You pretty much, you know. I gotta love. Okay. I I don't agree with his politics. But man live. Yep. All right. Genius out. Yeah. I hear you, man. Yeah. I'm a fan. Thank you Bill. Next up is Steve from Denver. Hey, steve. How're you doing? Hey, good. Hey, greatest guitar player. Jimmy hendrix. Yeah. I think Jimmy's probably going to have to be on there. He kind of changed the game. Where's Jimmy from originally Seattle? Okay. Yep. Yep. Female. How 'bout San Francisco and grace slick? For female, grace slick. Yes, he was she certainly had an impact and one of the original females one of the original female rockers for sure you give her big credit for that. Okay. Yeah. Now, we jumped at the eighties and one of the hottest by. Opera singer. Benetton, Pat, Ben ATar, great voice. Yeah. Married to her a guitar player to Gerardo, but Giraldo? Neil. Neil Giraldo Giraldo. Yeah. Yep. They tour together. All right. Good call. Thanks, janice. Joplin on there. If you're gonna go, maybe writers and. Yeah. Yeah. There's there's so many great choices is fun to think about from the text line. Here's a few. Hendrix, Chuck Berry. Elvis Steven Tyler. Is one Gregg Allman love Greg Allman major impact on the game. Steve Perry from journey. David Lee, Roth from van Halen? I think I'd lean more towards Eddie van Halen than David Lee Roth. Although I'm a fan. Both of them. You know, I just Google best male rockers of all time. And then it gave me fourteen best male singers of all time with Freddie, Mercury bringing the greatest frontman of all time, Freddie. Mercury. He's english. But yeah, they have Bing Crosby Elvis Presley Otis Redding. Frank Sinatra NAT king Cole, George, Michael. Michael jackson. This is the best male rocker Jackson. I wouldn't call him a rocker nowadays, they were talking more about seniors. You know, we could do another day. We could do mount pop more. Yeah. You know, pop star's, right? That'd be kind of cool too. Yeah. That's true. You got your Michael Jackson's and lady Gaga is and people like that. All right. We'll break here. We got this thing going now, we got all kinds of texts coming in and phone calls and more your calls coming up Lewis and Logan show. KOA NewsRadio one..

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"ben atar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"ben atar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This week a bonafide jazz guitar deity growing up with my dad's record collection meant listening to a bunch of Joe pass. I got to hear him live and actually meet him. Once when I was ten years old and can confirm that he was as nice as he was good. Okay. Nobody's that nice. Earlier this week Chris Eldridge back there on the guitar accepted. The challenge of learning Joe's solo rendition of round midnight note for note, you're a brave man critter break a finger. lost. It these things happened. Ladies, Chris Eldridge? When Joe passes round midnight. Patricia Ben ATar better known as Pat Benetton, the rock, I live under is big not so big that I don't know in love hit me with your best shot. But big enough to where I had never heard this song until Mike on Senate to me upon learning. It was Pat Benetton birthday week, Mike Trevor. Birthday. Benetton? We'll polish.

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"ben atar" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:21 min | 3 years ago

"ben atar" Discussed on KCRW

"Keep trying to push legislation to reopen. The government and continued debate over a border wall. A plan some Republicans now support I'm David green. And I'm Rachel Martin. We'll talk with one of those Republicans this hour, Texas, congressman will hurt and if the president won't budge on his demand for a wall, and then Democrats won't either. Where does that leave the hundreds of thousands of federal workers affected by the partial government shutdown lost the White House communications director Mercedes slap? Plus, how the gridlock over Brexit will affect UK experts. It's Thursday January tenth eighties. Pop icon. Had Ben ATar turned sixty six today. News is next. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. President Trump leaves this hour for a visit to the southern border in Texas. He continues to demand that congressional Democrats fund his border wall. They refused, and it's lend today twenty of a partial federal government shutdown NPR's John Brennan is visiting border protection agents near San Diego. But what surprised me nobody is being sent back. Remember right before Christmas? There was this. They called it a stork measure that would force asylum-seekers to go back to Mexico and wait there. Whether cases are being resolved in US immigration courts, and a senior administration official who's close to border security told me this week the remain in Mexico rule has been suspended for now. He said the administration's working out diplomatic complexities with Mexico. And now Mexico's balking at having to handle so many poor immigrants waiting around their border cities for months NPR's. John brunette. Meanwhile, hundreds of thousands of government employees and contract workers are furloughed or they're on the job. Without getting paid. That includes the coastguard TSA officials and air traffic, controllers immigration courts are closed. The federal program e verify is down. It's used to stop immigrants from illegally working in the US. Secretary state Mike Pompeo will address an audience at the American University in Cairo this hour. He'll say the US is a force for good in the region as opposed to Iran NPR's. Michelle Kellerman reports a decade after President Obama's speech in Cairo calling for a new beginning with the Muslim world secretary who is laying out what he says is America's reinvigorated role in the Middle East. He says America has always been a liberating force. Not an occupying power any argues, the same can't be said of Iran Bombayo has been trying to ease concerns of partners in the region about the US troop will from Syria. He says it will be coordinated and the US will remain committed to the fight against ISIS encountering, Iran. Michelle Kellerman, NPR news Cairo. A US company that stocks college bookstores with t shirts and other team apparel has cut ties with a Chinese company. NPR's rob Schmitz reports in employed workers from internment camps in China's region of Xinjiang for the past couple of years. Authorities in China's far western region of Xinjiang have detained an estimated one million ethnic weeks, and cosmetics and so called reeducation camps where they're indoctrinated with communist thought, some detainees of told NPR they've been tortured last month Associated Press investigation found the Chinese government was forcing detainees to work in manufacturing and food industries. The investigation track shipments from one such factory inside a camp to badger sportswear based in North Carolina. The statement posted on its website badger said it will no longer do business with its Chinese partner, nor import goods from Xinjiang Chinese foreign ministry spokesman Lucon called badgers decision one based on misinformation. Rob Schmitz, NPR news Shanghai. You're listening to NPR news. From Washington and from KCRW, I'm Cheri Glazer way, state and local headlines. California's new governor Gavin Newsom is expected today to release his first state budget proposal, and as KCRW Benjamin Gottlieb reports what Newsom asks for and what he leaves out could tell us a lot about how he plans to manage the state's financial surplus state of California has about fifteen billion dollars in savings even more on a rainy day fund and governor Newsome says he wants to maintain it. But that seemingly at odds with another promise of his advancing several bold and new policy. Initiatives include a major expansion of California's paid family leave program forty million dollars for wildfire prevention also a couple of billion for universal pre-k and other early childhood programs and a second year of free community college. Then there are proposals on healthcare. He's been floating them around already expanding Medicare coverage for young undocumented, Californians and beefing up those. Healthcare subsidies currently in place for low and middle income residents of the state, by the way, that fifteen billion dollar number comes from the state's nonpartisan legislative analysts Newsom hinted earlier this week that the number could be even higher. We'll find out later today. For KCRW Benjamin Gottlieb, large parts of the federal government has been shut down for almost three weeks now, and it's starting to hit federal employees hard as they go without paychecks. That includes the judges clerks and staff at the US immigration court in downtown, Los Angeles. It's one of the busiest such courts in the country and yesterday KCRW, Saul Gonzales, met immigration, judge Ashley tab for the empty courthouse tablet, or who's also president of the immigration judges union talked with Saul about the impact the federal shutdown is having so far. We just missed our.

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