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"bernie taupin" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Released in may of nineteen seventy two hunky shadow is the fifth studio album from Elton John the album was his first of seven consecutive number one albums in the U. S. the album contains you worldwide single releases rocket man and honky cat the album's usually regarded as one of Elton John's best album with some reviews calling it the most accomplished set of song writing team I'm John and Bernie Taupin ever wrote X. ray Richard.
"bernie taupin" Discussed on AP News
"A veteran music maker has rocketed back into the Oscar limelight it is been 25 years since Elton John won his last Oscar and most of the kids who may have seen him win for lying king are old enough to have their own kids now to see his quarter century drought and the winning song I'm going to Love Me again from his bio pic rocket man accepting it John thanked his longtime musical partner Bernie Taupin who has been the constant thing in my life when I was screwed up when I was normal he's always been there for me John first Oscar win was 4 can you feel the love tonight from the original line came on Oscar was Gabriel
Almost EGOT Elton John wins music Oscar
"A veteran music maker has rocketed back into the Oscar limelight it is been twenty five years since Elton John won his last Oscar and most of the kids who may have seen him win for lying king are old enough to have their own kids now to see his quarter century drought and the winning song I'm going to Love Me again from his bio pic rocket man accepting it John thanked his longtime musical partner Bernie Taupin who has been the constant thing in my life when I was screwed up when I was normal he's always been there for me John first Oscar win was four can you feel the love tonight from the original line came on Oscar was Gabriel
Almost-EGOT Elton John,wins music Oscar
"A veteran music maker has rocketed back into the Oscar it is limelight been twenty five years since Elton John won his last Oscar and most of it the kids is been who twenty may have seen five him years win for since lying Elton John king won his are last old enough Oscar to have their own kids and most now of the kids to see who may his have seen quarter him century win for lying drought king and the are winning old song enough to have their I'm own going kids to Love now Me to again see his from quarter his bio century pic drought rocket man and accepting the winning song it John thanked I'm going his to Love longtime Me again musical from partner his bio pic Bernie rocket Taupin man accepting who has been it John thanked his longtime the musical constant partner thing in my life Bernie Taupin when I was screwed who has been up when I was normal the he's always constant been there for thing me in my life John first when Oscar I was win screwed was up four can when you I feel was the normal love tonight he's always from been the original there for me line John first came Oscar on win Oscar was was four Gabriel can you feel the love tonight from the original line came on Oscar was Gabriel
Oscars 2020: Winners, highlights from the Academy Awards
"And here's some of the best Oscar moments chosen by fox is Michelle Polina there was no host for the Oscars on A. B. C. but Chris rock and Steve Martin opened the show following Jenelle Monet's opening performance the two hit on everything from the Oscars envelope gate to the lack of diversity and Amazon's Jeff bass also so he got lost it is still the richest man in the world room in and give us a surprise performance with his Oscar winning it lose yourself an Elton John and Bernie Taupin took home the Oscar for original song I'm gonna let me again it's Toppin's first Oscar an Elton second backstage at the Academy Awards in Hollywood Michelle
Elton John's handwritten lyrics up for auction
"Lyrics from some of rock and roll's biggest hits are going up for auction some of the most recognizable songs ever recorded it's so little these are the original lyrics hand written by Elton John's lyricist Bernie Taupin Catherine Williamson is with the auction house Bonham aren't consignor is Maxine top and she was burning Toppin's first wife Maxine Maxine received received received these these these lyrics lyrics lyrics in in in the the the divorce divorce divorce settlement settlement settlement they they they include include include songs songs songs like like like Benny Benny Benny and and and the the the jets jets jets your song candle in the wind the items are expected to sell for up to two hundred thousand dollars
Jamie Bell Transforms Into a Neo-Nazi for 'Skin'
"Be gambling on once upon a time in America okay okay. Let's by the time in Hollywood released the scare or skin the mountain or hunting land. I mean I've seen skin. I've okay then not that one. I've done really know about the mount not seeing any scores for once upon a time having them send to me so if you've done the same that we can get on that yeah I can do once upon a time all right but skin. I should let everyone know Jamie Bell plays a hardcore fucked up Nazi skinhead with TAT's facial tattoos from Kintu to upper crust of his forehead and you Jamie Bell you might know him from earlier this year and rocket man he was the guy that wrote all songs of Bernie Taupin burned trump and before that though we might know him as a kid named Billy Elliot and it's fun watching and bill. It's really fun
Elton John, Bernie Taupin And Partner discussed on Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes
"Has me smiling. Tell me this was a good movie really good care negative, please, please a young Elton, John. And this is really a here's what makes this different from bohemian, rhapsody just gonna get a lot of comparison shirt, but he mean ramp said he was almost like watching a documentary about Queen that involve them onstage or in-studio singing their biggest hits lip synching along. I mean obviously the actors were singing, okay? And. If a documentary at times, this is a movie. This is a story. And it is the story of Elton John and his writing partner. Bernie Taupin wrote all the lyrics meeting as kids and creating this world of Elton John and it, it is about Elton's screwed up childhood. It doesn't. It doesn't shy away from drugs, sex rock and roll, and. What I really liked about. It was that it used lyrics of Elton John songs to tell the story of Elton
A Sneak Peak of Elton John's 'Rocketman'
"A sneak peek of rocket man, which opens visit open tomorrow or next weekend next next weekend. If you could double check that anyway, rocket man, we can say, jukebox movies are here. Bohemian rhapsody turned out to be the bellwether. Ding, ding, ding, money it made. And we get racket man, which is the Elton John. Jukebox Moos movie. But it is. It was so good. You guys. It's tomorrow. Okay. Fun was so good. And you know what I think the thing I took away. You know, John is a fifty year career. And you we he's kind of under appreciate how much of the soundtrack of everybody's life says, like for a lot of younger people, they didn't know who Elton John was really until Princess Diana died, and they hurt his candle in the wind song. But the Terron Eggerton is the, the actual plays Elton John. He's basically I agree with Rolling Stone magazine. Peter Travers said that Taron Egerton is the lady Gaga and the bread, the Cooper roll together all in one in this movie allow. Because you see Elton. We see him as a child prodigy. We see them young and we don't realize all the music that we hear the stories kind of told through song. Okay. But all the music that we hear his most famous hits were written, like in the span of about seven years, and he went from just being as Donnie told Chester day like this session piano, because he was like, really a great musician. He meets Bernie topping who's not a romantic relationship. They're dear friends played. Amazingly gorgeous leave. Well by Jamie bell, the little boy from Billy Elliot Bernie Taupin, and then but tyranny Agar ten is just he's flamboyant. He's hard he sweet in the we've talked about Tate. Donovan is in it. He plays the charismatic longtime manager manager and owner of the troubadour. And as always scouting England to bring axe to the tuber door to show off to the Hollywood kids, how interesting it costs to me, much like in bohemian, rhapsody, the custom designer recreates, because at the end of the movie stay for the credits because they show side by side of Taron Eggerton. Like, in the first outfit, he wore at the troubadour would Elton war Madison Square Garden, this performance they show side by side. But. It was it was how unappreciated Elton John is for like, what he's done like his. There wasn't a drug. He didn't do there wasn't a kind of decadent hedonism. He still loves to shop. That's like really his only basically doing all those drugs and surviving, but yeah, kind of kind of them. What he's also done in how immensely talented Elton John and Bernie, top and were together as songwriters Bernie top. And he's the lyricist. And then L Tim would come up with the metal melody in top would just give him Lear s and he would hear it in his ears. And I know you don't like the song crocodile rock, but that is the song that blasted him into the stratosphere in the US. And I guess the way they show it in the movie. When you see it, and how it starts, and how radically different. It was from anything. That was on the radio. You can't help but fall in love with that song again, for when you remember the first time you heard that opening chord. And at first people were just like, who is this weird looking English guy with the wacky outfit? He had suspenders on and like a star shirt. It was like nineteen seventy two and these wacky glasses. But, you know, just starts out kind of this melodic piano thing. And then all of a sudden it crashes into this amazing kind of rock song, about remember when you're young and just getting in trouble and causing, you know, having so much fun and the crowd just went nuts. And it was it was just really, really good. I think are going to enjoy it, Danny you should play because he's on the phone. He's talking to him probably about, like they saw John in nineteen seventy. Somebody about nineteen seventy actually the trooper. Okay. Was that the Kazini came out with the album that I think we sat transfixed a your family. Which later was the double album and every son had headed different font in a different color. And we'd sit there and my sister, Gina got it. And we'd just sit there and read and sing. Yeah. I think, you know, I think there's like a dozen songs that we hear in the movie, and the movies kind of told through those songs. But his it go from just the seventies or is it a collective of his life to now? Well, it, it ends at a certain point. And then it has, like it ends at a certain point in his life. And then it has, you know, it gives you an update on what's going on. But it gives you. Yeah, it probably gives you like maybe twenty bright Bryce Dallas. Howard is his mom. And she was just really awful. Remember, I told you this story? They weren't talking on her ninetieth birthday. Yes. I'm she didn't Elton John impersonators birthday party. She told him we, you know, she knew he was gay, but she was very dismissive of him being gay, and basically, always, let him know he'd never really beloved which was the source of a lot of his pain, and, oh, my gosh. Is there a hot you guys wolf wolf wolf? We Kellyanne t there is an amazingly, great hot sex scene, a yeah, I wanted to just go go down lower camera pan down. It was it was, it was steaming at Elton John and the guy who kind it will become his manager, who thinks he's in. They are in love, but he's played by Richard man, rod stark in the guy from bodyguards. Yes. And the seventies fashion is just everything. And you really do see some decadence and I dunno. It was he loved it. I just I, I loved it and, and reginal Dwight you know, had a bleak, childhood. I heard his dad was a piece of work. Oh my God. Who's reginal white bright, his Elton John's ain't? Yeah. Yes. Okay. God. When we yeah, that was his real name, John, John comes from a Long, John Baldry blues musician, read a lot of influence on him and the other Elton comes from his friend Elton. Dean, dean. Yeah. And you see that in the movie he says, I'm taking
"bernie taupin" Discussed on WGN Radio
"One of the greatest songs of all time, Elton John your song that he wrote with is life long. Songwriting buddy, Bernie, tappan, who also was walking on the red carpet. He's always sort of stayed in the background and lead Elton, John take all of the praise and get all of the attention, but really this songwriting partnership of Elton John and Bernie Taupin, legendary and has produced some of the greatest songs of all time. And we were happy that railed spend just a few minutes with the legendary Bernie Taupin always the point at which you realize that you Elton had something. I think, okay probably when we wrote when, when a guy called Steve Brown told us, don't write crap right songs. You wanna right? Don't write songs. You know, there's a whole piece in the movie where the guy playing James says, you know, I want you to write pop songs for so, and so and, and we, we literally didn't wanna do that which is wanted to write songs that we wanted to write. But we didn't know how to do it at the time I don't think and we were encouraged by certain individuals. And once we were it became apparent that we actually might have had something I think when we were writing crap. You know that we didn't know crap that was when I was going, I'll try and do this a couple years and see how it goes. Describe how you feel. To me song. Well, if aired songs change day by day, I mean into movie, I love, I want, I mean, one of my favorite songs ever written is I love I love sacrifice, but that's not in the movie. My the most poignant. Song in the movies when Jamie saints go by eleborate road. I think that that was a pretty moving. Noman. You're gonna come. Stayed on the phone suit have..
"bernie taupin" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I gave it a dean's list be. I liked it very much. And. Everybody's been telling people, you know, get reactions to my reviews from Thursday and Friday. All weekend people agree disagree. You know, whatever everyone has been saying that they went and saw it, and they also loved it. Sounds like as much as I did. So I'm glad people are going to enjoy. It was really surprised me is how some people dismiss this movie and trashed it without even seeing it. I can see you know, you go see it, and you don't like it. But to, to say that you don't like the movie and you've never even seen it. That's it's rampant. It's critics all over the country that have dismissed it and they're done with it. And did you see it? No doesn't make any sense to me. But it happens. I guess what? Are you gonna do? We're going to take a quick break. When we come back meteorologist, Mike hammer Nick kinda give us the lowdown on what we can expect in the way of rain for today and tomorrow for the extended holiday weekend. That's all coming up next plus later in the show today. My red carpet interviews from London where I was last Sunday, doing interviews with the cast of the Alton John bio, pic, rocket man also on the red carpet, we caught up with Bernie Taupin, who was depicted in the movie, of course. But to speak to one of the most prolific songwriters of all time on the red carpet was real treat. We're gonna share that with you coming up in just a little while as well. Oh, yeah. We're going to be grilling a little bit later on the food time show as well. We're also going to be giving away a Webber grill today on our food time show to get ready for the holiday week. So all of that, and so much more all next for you on WGN. Here's how pucks and Prague on WGN radio. Nicole. Blackhawks fan package. Listen again..
"bernie taupin" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"Is there anything else you wanna hit on, on rocket man will always spoken about Edgerton? But I did Jamie bell is great. He plays Bernie Taupin, who is the longtime lyricist for John and I wish we'd gotten to know him a little better because you hear these songs, and they're used in the movie to reflect the kind of undulations of John's life but really, but Bernie Taupin wrote those lyrics. So who was he what was he feeling through all this and bell is so good. And so I wanted to see more of that. And I wanted to see more Richard Madden who plays. John's one time manager and lover who turns out kind of bad in at least the movie's narrative. And he's just got this palpable magnetism, and he and Edgerton have incredible chemistry in the movie and they, you know, they get some scenes together, certainly, but I, I kind of wanted more of that, but yeah, I think the big big top will be about Edgerton as we look toward Oscars and all that. But I think at least in terms of raising their profiles as beloved British actors, I think Richard Bandon Jamie bell come off quite well in the movie to accident. I can't wait for this movie. This is this is my this is like this is my, it already has the door of my heart. All right. Let's roll onto another film. This is the film that Ivan excited about ever since I saw a photo of Robert Pattinson, and we'll sort of squinting grizzly off into this onset. This is Robert Eggers. Who did the witch, this is sort of his follow up the lighthouse Richard? What like is this new moon? Twilight level good is breaking dawn twilight little, how how's our patents in our new Batman in this in this great? Yeah. I mean, the lighthouse is funny because it screened here in director's fortnight, which is an unofficial sidebar of the Ken festival, they've been around for fifty years. So it's not like they're you know, news is the game at all. It's not officially can. And yet, here's a movie you with a guy who's been in several films rubber patents leading this thing..
"bernie taupin" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
"With this our special guests sir elton john now on a london music publisher handed him a stack of lyrics written by bernie taupin a bond was formed that would last more than a half century i went into liberty represent london when i was at the band could lose allergy and i was getting fed up with playing cabaret what can i do maybe i could write songs so i went to liberty records saw god ray williams i said listen i call it lyrics melodies and he said melody this potter lewis on this best by this guy from lincolnshire bernie taupin tie those then much more ridiculous than that and i took them a and i started writing to and i've always really is always been the lyrics i don't back in never stay thanks better acne just him nine doc.
"bernie taupin" Discussed on WJR 760
"Done sal again john doesn't it the panthers this call new album out i still called album sorry old habit that's brothers osborne okay and this album is called restoration the songs of elton john and bernie taupin and it's done it's john songs cupboard by country artists like the brothers osborne right here these avert any rates really cool rocket man is by little big town mona lisa's and mad hatters by merrin morris sacrificed by don henley and vince gill my father's gun by miranda lambert i want love chris stapleton that's pretty good honky cat leeann womack roy rogers does casey moss graves or kc must greg's does roy rogers excuse me rhonda vincent dolly parton just kidding i'm not gonna play it let's get to the phones eight hundred eight five nine zero nine five seven tom in sterling heights you're up.
"bernie taupin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"This willie nelson with his version of border song written by elton john bernie taupin performed by elton john this is an interesting one bernie because unlike everybody else on these records this is a guy who was actually around before you guys started writing yeah yeah he was probably the only one actually was born mostly songs written so yeah the thing that i love about that track if you listen real close you can hear him take a breath at the beginning of the song and that just gets your status right goes right to your heart manner you know he is the mount rushmore of country music and that's interesting because going back to your previous question that was the song that was written before we came to the states in nineteen seventy so again that makes it all the more profound i mean coming out coming from willie nelson i mean that is really really khanna says it all about that song i mean it was great when aretha did it back in the early seventies but outside of that version th this just knocks it out of the park i mean this this is a true this is truly means the world to us to have to have willie on this this is so nice to hear that man because i think a lot of people would put you on the mount rushmore to right like you and elton with with with john and paul you know with with these make keith like you guys i think is probably a different mount rushmore different park i always say i always kind of imagine country artists on mount rushmore we'll we'll do another one will be yeah songwriters mount rushmore if you're just tuning in i'm tom power this accused speaking with bernie taupin about the records revamp and restoration reimagining the song's about john i wanna play another song from the album it's one of yours and elton's most recent collaborations and i to be honest with you bernie it's one of my all time favorite songs so not as impossible responsible me the man.
"bernie taupin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"What you and your friends shouting along tiny dancer and singing hold me closer tony danza instead or goodbye goodbye yellow brick road or sad songs say so macho honky catholic millions of songs for a lot of people myself included these songs have soundtrack big life moments like road trips or weddings or wakes or funerals i mean elton john and bernie top and have been making these unforgettable songs for fifty years and now they're marking that anniversary by asking some good friends and gigantic stars to cover some of their greatest hits so you're going to hear people like lady gaga willie nelson ed sheeran across these two records and they're calling them restoration and revamp reimagining the songs of elton john and bernie taupin i got to ask bernie taupin about these two big records in about his later work versus the early hits and about how he works with elton john we're going to bring you that right now a special extended conversation starting with the music that inspired bernie i i want to talk about some of the songs in this new record so as i mentioned so elton kind of curates the pop reimagining yours went a little bit more country so chris stapleton willie nelson marianne morris little big town leeann womack doing hockey cats all great i wanted to play you though a different country act to start at actress not on the record but i know means something to you take a listen a little trouble at the county seat put me in jail how open on the street they put you in jail house for loafing on the street that is charlie an ira leuven leuven brothers cash on the barrel head why were the leuven brother is important to you when you were a kid.
"bernie taupin" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Yeah you nailed it perfectly that's exactly what the song represents i mean i in precious of new york city in nineteen seventy and if anybody was around in that that period of time they'll realize that new you'll wasn't quite as magical as it was probably presented to the rest of the world it was a tough place to get along in and we didn't have a lot of money back then obviously when we first visited so we were we were staying in really cheap hotels and and eating with very little money in our pockets and you know playing gigs and getting out but but yeah it was a tough place and all the magical things you hear about it so that were were contradicted by other things that were happening on the street i wanna play another song from this compilation take a listen to this holy moses removed i have seen spectacular he has been here two willie nelson with his version of border songs written by john bernie taupin performed by elton john this is an interesting one bernie because unlike everybody else on these records this is a guy who was actually around before you guys started writing songs yeah yeah he was probably the only one actually was born written so yeah the thing that i love about that track listen real close you can hear him take it breath at the beginning of the song and that that some just gets your status right goes right to your heart man i you know he is the mount rushmore of country music and that's interesting because going back to your previous question that was a song that was written before we came to the states in nineteen seventy so again that makes it all the more profound i mean coming out coming from willie nelson i mean that is really really.
"bernie taupin" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
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"bernie taupin" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Of event and then after the event what actually happens is nothing i think like for example stock market basically responded by saying okay here we go there doing nothing again and had a big rise in james hers with us on k seo jim there's this goes back to your your your musical life elton john great performer great songwriter he wishes people would start writing better songs i like your take on that because i would agree a lot of the songs i'm hearing these days don't have the memorable lyrics that just stick with you forever but your thoughts please well you know john started he wrote together with a very gifted lyricists named bernie taupin really elton john songs were were very special elton john you know because he took the lurks and he kind of improvised onto piano went saying he had songs that kind of moved outside of traditional song structure what the lyric content was cohesive this is a i believe a problem now i've seen as someone who's taught both graduate school and undergraduate school i've seen a decline in skill due to the decline in our public education institutions i've witnessed it over you know the decades and song writing is a discipline if you go back to the american songbook before elton john you go to the songs that you know there's there these class they call them evergreens the songs that you typically find on a best upset natura album and right you see the way they those songs were structured and disciplined what you know the the traditional career in fact of a songwriter it it has to do with with a an understanding and a in a sort of drawing the line of what's good and bad that millennials have abandoned in the pursuit of fake his self esteem many young performer millennials they have this belief that everything that comes spewing out of them as genius and because of that they they have some songs that just there is there is no structure there is no man there is no story there's no besides the structure there's no story.
"bernie taupin" Discussed on Who Charted
"What about elton john bernie taupin definitely not lovers i mean yeah i don't think so okay posttrade is get some insight info i don't know anything okay but now that's insightful so one is is they're they're living different lifestyles and bringing that to the table as one person does the lyrics and one person does music yeah normally i don't know what these new what are the new york lyricist and then does it does it favor one side is the strike the lear assist shake the musician i really don't know look i'm not i'm not a new york gay guy i'm not when it comes to this stuff gig with no more yes oh because he's by broadway have you yes okay it's their job have you all seen the documentary of waking sleeping beauty it's about disney in the eighties and it really just shows how much like howard ashman was like the person who was like directing the performances for like the little mermaid and who's the one who brought it all back in me more pop popular yeah like the disney music to enjoy this documentary kind of all right i'll skip positon paul it's one of those wonderful situations if they like get up to accept in award and they are the most like you're like oh wasn't your doorbell couple in it's like only one of them is gay by let me ask you some beyond say questions we know that it's been one year along year she cancelled last year because of the pregnancy with the twins and now she's feeling the pressure.
"bernie taupin" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"You know you you get that and it's just i i dunno at that that for me in fact i was thinking rock and and the other day um and and around the house and it was thought i thought to myself i wonder how much because you if you think of the bernie taupin elton john you know yes thing that they have uh and and all the great writers hat you just wonder you know is there is there another one you know i at the risk of sounding like an old guy these kids today don't know how to write the exhaust but i mean i i just wonder about the the songwriters because i talk to a couple of uh a a songwriters uh the guys that uh are in the band low cash and their country songwriters and they've had they britain these massive hits you know and but they right you know what they're riding is i mean they're dead they're great songs but with bernie top with with billy joel with with the without john the writing just i dunno just had a different joan you know what you know what you have to watch on or if you've ever seen a yet i only watch it's it's a long long video i haven't got through the whole thing yet it's on youtube in its will it it was done in like two thousand ten or two thousand eleven but it's why today's pop music sucks delighted but it doesn't do it from an opinion point of view it added looks into the science of house songs were written today and and how it's completely different that that all of pop music today actually saw.
"bernie taupin" Discussed on WCTC
"News talk that will give the 1970s and 80s one of the most successful songwriting duos was elton john and bernie taupin elton john discusses their music imposing relationship he writes the lyrics fasting gives in to me and then i i rather solves them in in the old days of garbage slice is out cut things here and that it's not say so bad now that he's always been lyrics first very very rarely as i have some time suggestive title solvable libyan melody but never made dug up break mahas he the only one i can think of online joy that process people say you know why did he write your own lyrics well i hear what you want to line joy riding the i love it it's a magical and he's one of my dearest friends i love him so much but i want to change some of that gives me so much pleasure to hear more history as he'd unfolds four gyari pete's the audio archives of fox news talk mm can you tell if the surfaces in his kitchen our crawling with bacteria that could cause chronic arthritis listen can't gnu we can't see it either wash surfaces utensils and hands frequently was soapy water while preparing food especially when handling raw meets or eggs raw food may contain bacteria that can make you very sick or worse one in six americans we'll get sick from food poisoning this year ben roughly three.
"bernie taupin" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Around the house than it was not i thought to myself i wonder how much because if you think of the bernie taupin elton john you know yes thing that they have uh and and all the great writers have you just wonder you know is there is there another you know i at the risk of sounding like an old guy these kids did i don't know how to writing songs but i mean i i just wonder about the the songwriters because i talked to a couple of uh a a songwriters uh the guys that uh are in the band low cash and their country songwriters and they've had they britain these massive hits you know an but they right you know what they're riding his i mean they're did their great songs but with bernie top with with billy joel with with uh without john the writing just i dunno just had a different joan you know what you know what you have to watch on what you've ever seen a yet only watch it's it's a long long video i haven't got through the whole thing yet it's on youtube in its will it it was done in like two thousand ten or two thousand eleven but it's why today's pop music sucks but it but it doesn't do it from an opinion point of view it actually looks into the science of house songs were written today and and how it's completely different that that all of pop music today actually saw sounds alike because it is a light can that in i'm they go through all the beets and the science of music and everything else instead basically when people say it all sounds the same he said because it is the same and they go through the science of the beats of the music and the patterns and the very few like a couple of dozen people who write the vast majority of pop songs in the world right now and it was right when you watch you're like wow this isn't just people drunk in a bar old people in young people go near music socks minds good they actually break it down into the science of why it and it's it's a fascinating video well went watch in back in the day we've we've talked about this before but are ard the charts the radio charts the top forty stations would have.
"bernie taupin" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Two two 1600 no i uh i've never liked dealt job i hate old john i don't know him personally could be vernice man i don't know and he's a great piano player but i hated songs i hate those bernie taupin lyrics more often than that don't make any sense never been adult jon now we're in after that stupid that crappy racket men all over bananas from labelled the korean that case with the bed howard haircut rocket anyway the deal under trump's speech you've gotta hear it it's outstanding outstanding the speech the trump gave at the united nations should be a must here for every young person in america in school through school teacher don't sure that speech shame on under this has nothing to do with donald trump it's fantastic did he delivered it and derek in and told me that uh stephen miller wrote that that's one of trump's made made made me made man speech are writers wrote that speech i'm sure trump wrote and said i'm going to tweak district out there but uh this is this is on par with something at the forefathers would have written this beyond outstanding let's get back to st were talking about a gentleman in norfield township which is the whitmore look uh part of michigan's less meets brighton and he's got a big piece of property he's been collecting carson she was twenty one p 74 so there's been collecting cars let's say fifty a plus years and here's the deal uh the the the people out there now that run the township that many claim are corrupt are telling him he has to get rid of his car's why did they tell them thirty years ago why did they tell and fifteen years ago and what business would have a would've been of there's in any capacity at any point in time if you're an attorney and you're hearing this show and you're not trying to contact us mandate gruber google into surf out norfield township tells me and the cells cars it's gonna come right up i posted on facebook there were next six.