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"betty wright" Discussed on The Lemar Show
"No you know i. I'm guessing maybe apart from the love of doing is just trying to make a living doing something that you love. Yeah trying to find a way out of whatever you know out all of the situation. You're in you know before a lot of people Doing the music represented a way of elevating near their life. You know not just quickly but but socially you know to get respect from the world actually and out imagine around. Well yeah no imagine. I mean we know around that time also being on the road with the whole racial tensions. That must have been an interesting time on the road. Well well i'm sure it was. You know fortunately for me i. I don't think i experienced as much as perhaps would have been possible. But i do remember as a young kid being you know in detroit during the race riots in the in the sixties I do remember seeing photographs from from my brother because he before apartheid you know before the the sun city and they before they shut down The artists performing and south african stuff. They were He was one of the last actually. Go a b. over there isn't able to him and betty right and that's how i met. Betty wright was because she had been on tour with my brother and run. I saw photographs from from that time period and knows some of the some of the you know situations. We laughed about the situation that existed as a result of them being there. You know they when they would want these artists performed for only you know only One demographic occurred blacks audience. And that kind of thing do the sa- black people do the set to wipe you just and no not together and then audiences. I mean the artists were against that you know and i was laughing Twice well no. I was laughing with betty about that one time. And you know i say well you know how do you deal with it. She said well you know. I told him i had a sore throat and when they say what. What do we need to get. You said only thanks. Go make throw. Betty's i think some some.
"betty wright" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Talk one on 17 FM in Milwaukee and talk 92 7 FM in Madison. And of course I stream live every day on the Santee, Jackson and friends Page everybody and then forced tomorrow night. Let's talk about 70 Jackson. Friends at 6 30 it zoom call. It's gonna be great. So please answer this Twitter. Poll question. Students. Detroit students who low performing patrol Detroit Public schools, courts declared students have the right to read. Do you agree? That's very interesting as we are in the aftermath that we are 1954. So we're 66 years out from the Brown V. Board of Education decision that this question Would be asked in this lawsuit would be filed. But what is the impact of round versus board of education? What was that case all about? This is something that Reverend Jackson wants to discuss with you today and according to the Economic Policy Institute over six decades after the after the Supreme Court declared separate but equal schools to be unconstitutional. American schools remain largely A heavily segregated by race and ethnicity and re segregation of America School took place in Theeighties in the eighties. So let's talk about that today, everybody, let's talk about what Three segregation of schools means gonna have referent Jackson on the other side of the break. But of course, you just heard the late great Betty Wright, icon of R and B. She made her transition last week. We've seen a lot of people go. She To come to cancer at the age of 66 got her first recording contract. 14 has been a force in all of music for a long, long time, and we just thank God for her life and legacy. Are we talking about? Brown versus Board of education decision and the right to read the right to read, which connects two of the Education amendment that we're going to get Reverend Frank Watkins to talk about the Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr when he was serving in Congress wrote, that would guarantee equal access to equal high quality education for every American child. It seems that this lawsuit in Detroit with along those lines So we'll talk about that. And we're going to hear from rev Ingested Jackson on the other side of the break here on keeping her alive with Reverend Jesse Jackson. Your opinion counts 1866594 hope 18665944673. Sure, McDonald's new spicy Chicken McNuggets breaded in spicy temp aura made with cayenne and served with mighty hot sauce Spicy But how spicy either their napkins offer forehead dabbing it can't stop won't stop dipping. His last drop, slurping is going to need a Mcflurry for dessert..
"betty wright" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
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"betty wright" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"A skating through from my stuff very good Brian case interview with Interior Jamaica Nineteen seventy-eight Brown case. Didn't run much about conversion robe. He wrote a few times about interior. They had something of the bums and injury. If you not as an exhibition of your work then you do. You only do that when you're ready to show a selection about how takes him to kind of put records together he compares with what happens if you do too often says they want to what happened to all the good comedians. Like Frankie Howard putting him on every week and sucking dry which is pretty far put. Lovely isn't a few Simpson which I love. Because there aren't many of these Ashton Simpson. Huge here is David. Open The Times in one thousand. Nine hundred into billy idol rather sweet leases. That was partly the Joe Ca- cooling myself billy idol. It was a reflection of how in the early days of English rock. People were invented bus. Bengali everybody's changing their names. If they spend golly telling you wherever be billy idol is really making making fun of his teen tunnel of of G. Q. People violent but an ice tea album has its political points. Has Its get points. And it's also got down. Look at her ass is keeps. Us is Cuba's heavy often to that Moslem ship. He doesn't like white girls and shit like that. I'm quick to the white go look. I ain't no Moslem. We're not ice tea. String airing Lee woke but lastly just mentioned as a very good history of acid house. Spongy Kreisel the name is expressing nineteen ninety-eight celebration the ten years of the second summer of love. That's my lot. That's wonderful. Jasper what have you got for us while I just? I'll just mention a couple of things. First which is a live review of. Jon. Newsome who he talked about a few weeks ago and whom I worship. Yeah I mean I think she's. I think she's fantastic on another alive. But I've seen some videos of her playing on Youtube and she's remarkable enchanting presence but release the Apollo Hammersmith and comes away thinking that it was a great Gig sums it up on Record Nusa may remain in acquired taste but here she was a power leising pipe who could do as she pleased without ever coming close to breaking her own spell. The thing is a nice way to sum up. How join all newsome's music is? She's wonderful we talked about. How Fatty recently? So I won't go into too much but she just great so. This is all new stuff which is flooding into your blood. Have you been with this note says no end? I call the term. That's IT Philip. Elwood on board two weeks ago and I've Sofa harvested eight hundred schools of his and I've only just reached and seventy five dollars Elwood so stay tuned. Yeah and then I just wanted to also to mention a album review from the wire Neil Connie J. peg massias album the Second Amendment and J. Mafias quite an interesting robbery dark sort of a time again for hip hop to look beyond its normal Loci of national and international significance and folks on those scenes so cut off from the mainstream. That giving a fuck about crossover. Success isn't just spiritually undesirable. Downright impossible on a big fan of Neal's rising I. It's Great. It's really great and he's really interesting about this doc. Hip Hop artist Jay. Pick my song. Freaky shit starting polemics. Deranged NOISE ESCAPES MUSIC. That hums and guns and lunches and crashes like the city. It comes from just what we need while facing down. Seventeen Breaking Armageddon I. It's it's an interesting album. It has a lot of textures and darkness. I've said that word about three times all stop but dark dark right. Yeah I mean this is a great review that that understands it and I think that's what the read hadn't heard of Jay. Fear must confess. I like to think earlier age. You must be With tracks with names like Bob O. Pussy Ross clock so I I'm not sure about is just the the folk music of its day really. It wasn't that difficult to get on is called something like wikipedia vote ways then album cover called sort of gangland chance of the gangs kind of essentially doing their. They're sort of saying you know and did bring. Yeah fucking just and then love just funny funniest James Blunt and how we made series talking about how they made your beautiful which of course was not hit massive massive hit as he told me the day of Simpson in twenty twenty. But I actually James. Blunt is quite funny and quite self-aware. If you look at his twitter feed you'll see that he delights in just mocking himself and milking other people that seem to want to mock him and he's quite honest about your beautiful is portrayed as a romantic song but it's actually a bit creepy guy me stalking someone else's girlfriend while high He's funny article. The song is the song everyone knows it and it is a sort of simpering kind of sickly sweet thing but actually it has that sort of creepy undertone. That James Blunt talks about quite bluntly and quite fondly. So that was my last thing. Medicine Blunt James Bond. -Unding finish this tremendous episode. Where we've talked to. You'RE GONNA. You'RE GONNA finish with James Blunt till you in all seriousness. You're really loved to Beijing. Really low actually I. Hey I got this this. This is going to lower the Tony more I to watch celebrity bake off with him in it and he was quite endearingly solved for must confess. I couldn't so to heighten quite sweet anyone as I think anyway. This is all this is really letting down on. I just know it's great. It's great you'll beautiful uniform. We're all too beautiful. We you guys aren't spend an with you guys. You really know. Your stuff is incredible. What Fun is your love? It's been wonderful having you on the on the family show. You've been one of our greatest guests talk about ten minutes long. I think we'll Jospin's done the Joneses. Honestly thank you so much for coming in. Yes well thank you. Good luck with. I know that at some point is this dumb Damien Hirst which which is supposed to be coming out with about ten years. Yeah he's fiddling around with it he's he's revising revising rewrites ease revising and then with a view to rewriting the good luck with all your infinity. Good luck with all your future endeavors and projects and we've just such a bull talking with you and we'll we'll see against saint. I hope and I think that's true of League. It's isn't it will come to say goodbye will be next week without a guest hoping for guests in a couple of weeks but the the original troika the power trio of rocks back pages. We'll be back without a guest next week and we'll hope that you will tune in then so by thanks for listening.
"betty wright" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"The appreciate it getting a small salary and low is willing to release whatever he had at that time would he's writing a lot of children's songs his own kids so one right. Little record came out after another and then came out ten inch Lp called this land is your land and one of the songs in. It was a song that I remember thinking was one of Woody's lesser efforts Said so simple the EDP D D D D D D be well. I taught a lesson. It was a triumph of simplicity. Mold like that Song you remember when I oh well. That's why he you title the record after the sub is always only one a dozen songs on the record. This land is your land and this land is my land and the California New York. I land a great story. Like I said. We'll listen to a fabulous the royalties and songs the end. But it's really slight from this interviews quite hard to hear some of the questions because Tony Chevron was very kitty pointing the MIC to the subject. Which is good thing? I've really enjoyed digitizing to and whatever one thinks about about Pete and his music. He was amount of numerous moral integrity and ahead. And this is not long after my lashes died coups and the Smithsonian is a quad default quays catalog and it still keeps the entire catalogue as it were imprint of after all these years. Which is a laudable thing and I think tiny goes up to because Pete had this amazing house on the Hudson River and the Hudson River became very important part of his life and music. It's actually I founded upset you fascinating not not knowing that much about folk ways or even Woody Guthrie I. I felt sort of kind of privileged. To hear this mock. You have to remember Pete. Headlock with lead belly to said he does talk about lead belly. Absolutely crucial does outlet. Billy No van Morrison and well lead belly new. I went to see Lebanese widow. The one of my one of my pilgrimages gene on that Sam Gerry Davis Jeff. I went I open to Qatar case. There was the twelve string Gary Davis and she said Yeah Yeah. He's done cool son so and I went down to Greenwich Village very was we took a fantastic. So it's interesting because the lead belly have will things as festival. The lomax connection basically being kind of inverse comes rescued than appallingly patronized. By the elder lomax is it. Allan the father I Aldea this terrible video. You can find it on on film. You can find youtube where it's lead belly. Alan Lomax is and he's been busy. Told to dress in overalls and go. Yes yes yes yes yes to this. This guy. The lead belly actually wants to address and smart clothes and gallivant with the goals. And have a drink fine liquor. Lots of he was no steph infection and he resented he he fell out with Alan limits. I should successfully sued Ellen and Loma. Tv. Yes which is pretty amazing. Probably with the help of Mo- ash of course living in New York City living on a plantation. And it's interesting to hit. Pete talk about this like second or third full woke up on the. Larry saw I think between Avenue B. and C. Which which is where Mr Mrs Lead Perry leave and it a little details like that absolutely had a really good relationship with more you know about the relationship you have with the low maxes anyway. Really feel you people out there have a listen to this is really fascinating right so great Jones to get your kind of personal input so fantastic and as we were please stick around because networks going to just talk through some of his highlights from the new library pieces this way. You can just jump in if anything if the mood takes. First thing is against new government but Philip elwood's San Francisco Zometa and he sees the classic Coltrane Quartet. Live in San Francisco to sixty five. This is won't Jimmy Garrett Cole McCoy tyner Elvin Jones. This is like a coach. Great unfiltered says the best of jazz always most hustle and communicative musical Fulham co-trainers expanding jazz out to undefined horizons and though the destination often seems uncertain. The ways obviously well. Charleston is astonishingly imaginative and creative. Mind it's this. Great is this is a nineteen sixty-five review swatting my job. Nice piece arising out. He's very good. A second thing is on credited though. I suspect by music. Echoes House Hippie. Hugh Nolan reviews velvet underground. Nikko munching sixty. Which is throughout many reveals the Velvet Underground Nico. He says he's heartbroken. Royal brought up to date let Christie an electric Viola adds a distinctive cruel harsh note particularly Yvonne Venus infers and her and to the best tracks on the album which are never let us get played in the BBC. Let me see the skating. 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"betty wright" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"We should talk. We will be talking about Richard. It's fantastic come up few tones ready and we will. Just the mench probably your. I mean this is. This is your best selling book white mischief. Which is extraordinary book about? The white stuff causes in Kenya because it was made into movie white mischief just towing and with the fact that we have these two great pieces. That are a world away from Keith Richards in the stones and they're really wonderful. One of them is about the cult of the sap in Africa in the Congo on the other one is a PC going straight to the library. Which is about the core players of molly and this loss singer? The track down onto soccer. It's tremendous I mean so I just I mean didn't will your African experiences in a solo lead to this because I was reminded started life as early as nineteen sixty nine with the help of the legendary Cyril Connolly James Just tell us where what. The germ of the book was. Well the Journal the book was that Cyril Connolly. I was on the Sunday Times magazine. Feature writer and Silicon Valley was on the paper. He was the book review came in once a week with his copy and he was also a neighbor of my parents in the country in Sussex and we had a series called unsolved mysteries and I said to Cyril one day. He came to lunch at my mother's house and I said you know. Is there anything you could write a any unsolved Mr been on your mind? And he said he's always been fascinated by the Arrow and delves Broughton because he knew some of the characters. So we collaborated. I mean me young. I was twenty three twenty four put up against calmly this great amount of losses and we investigated this thing and we wrote a piece called Christmas. Congress came up to nine sixty nine seventy and then he died and left me all his papers and I just thought I'll turn this into into a book and like went further. I actually solved the mystery. I think I did but with that little glimmer of doubt that keeps it all going for ages. Yeah always good policy so that took me into. I'd already been in reporting in Africa and actually I had come across the story or maybe I tell Sarah about it because I when I was on the Daily Nation. This story was always around because Lady Delaware. Who was the chief character in? That story was still Landa this woman sort of atolls. Women seem stalking around. The Matthias Club. Had Jewels and I suggested. I remember to the news editor. Why don't we do is piece about that and said touch that story you know? We don't touch shut down so when came back. This intrigued me so I am on. It went so then I went back to Kenya to research and up. The book eventually came. It was extraordinary. Spent how it leads to African music. I was supposed to be the southern African correspondent. One point of the Sunday Times. I did go lot to southern Africa. Because I I've been there was the genesis and I think when I first went to Zaire The Congo and her the SOUKOUS MUSIC. It just took me completely by the short and scrub. I just couldn't believe this fabulous Rumba music. It was in every ball. It was in these wonderful places with neon lights and it was even the official music. Mobutu had nationalized all the bands because there were so powerful he had to have him playing for the government because it was too much of a rival.
"betty wright" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"When they did the extracts from the book said he is later? That was the bit. Times chose the extract and this is for readers who know nothing about the Guitar. Nothing about music but somehow the sort of passion comes through in very strange so I wrote that piece and we became friends a friendship floor so I have to say on the and Ville of pharmaceutical approach to request which did me no good absolutely and in those days it was a sort of cottage industry. I mean it was a suitcase not throat and stuff and not prime in stuff. You could step six days on this stuff. We're still talking about aspirins. Still talking about this is a family show. I know but anyway so we kept in touch over the years and we just. We obviously got on you know. When I became London he would meet up one day. I had one of those Rob Dreams where I've actually got a photograph taken of him and Patty. He just taken up with flying into Wembley for it. Just me Keith. Pass in a chopper. Right isn't happened to every two is Batman floating above Wembley Stadium which is already full of people already sound coming out waves of heat and sound coming up from this place. And then you SORTA hover down onto the singing run across across is quite extraordinary but the Corolla to it is. There was a train strike that day and I missed the connection back and I walked back hallway from Wendy's walks back this good position. I love it. Your friendship was innocent. We could save your life because quite a few people got quite close to Keith. Didn't make it out the other side. Well I don't see that touch of Keith. But right we kept in touch and also I knew that from my first meetings of that he was really good storyteller. A Rayleigh good Economy of phrase and he remembered everything and his memory is a very particular kind of memory which is is a really good novelist seeking remember what he felt then an accurately what he felt that. There's no filter you know and so for something like describing the tours with little Richard for example. It's still very very vivid and so I kept on persuading. We've got to get these stories to say I want to write the book. Said you've got to get these stories down. They all the great musical stores and eventually his manager Jane Rose Thought at the time was right and so I was on but this is years later. Yes one story. I mean he talks about that was strawberry German couple of sort of light. High clause hips the vevey political. The ones who I believe Peter Green took the acid trip which put him over the edge the costs and so forth so it is. It's like his whole world some stage in his life key thousand. He's sort of sort of like just pulls wins does he does. But never to see. Lose this all of musicians and music. He could never be join aside like that. That's why actually in the book would he complains about jagged jagged. Does that he seems to sort of you. Know he's festival is a friendship that he thought was very very special but also if anything broke away from the the love of this band the making of music he just couldn't take he. Yes furious basically up the story of so I think it's in the second is the pieces. The story about how they came to call themselves the glimmer twins which I mean I never knew her forgotten but nineteen sixty eight. They're on a boat in Brazil with wonderful of up a cost English people. Yes they wanted to be around and that sort of sways in these sorts of some sort of tropical thing looking like Katherine Hepburn or something and they'd just driven mad by these long. Has this sort of people keep to themselves to stones? Finding this woman said go on. What do what you doing. How do you do it? I mean we're was gang on. Oh God give us a classic liberal and they said Okay twins perfect. Were a very interesting that it's just it's a year off at solving recorded in France. Keeps place and quite love. The piece is actually about the. The beginning of the separation of the members of the bands is a whereas you say the piece about. How will your told Keith? The MIC would spend three nights together in one of their other their houses and come out with songs and that little gone the each would bring their components. So sad is the source of the roots of the divisions within the band becoming apparent even nineteen seventy-three said in retrospect spray sats read. Because I'm bonding. I just love that. Sixty eight seventy two period. Burling stands for us. That's the the great spur criminal ever. I've long say I think somewhere in that first pace you elites in the Stein's camp known six very much of that saw mainstream and they've just recorded go there just finished goats head soup in Jamaica which is a markedly inferior record. This is interesting. How long it took for people to realize how great exile woes. It's interesting that isn't it? It's musically so fascinating and such a breakthrough. It's got so many news often. I still think it'd be better single L. P. It is great but you put your finger on something there because you remember gram. Parsons was around that time. She must have made a division. I mean Keith. Just attached himself completely to grant writing the things I think is interesting about. Both the pieces is that. They're sort of introspective. Keith comes across in a way. That's unusual for him. I think maybe what you say about him. Not being people were scattered but he he he sort of muses on on why Mick Jagger feels will never be accepted a musician and this sort of thing and inquisitive generous and sympathetic. Sort of way which isn't necessarily what we might expect from. You know Keith. Richards dig it jacker actually but later in your book well infamously. Yes James will not tell us about slide digs at jacker not very complicated in relationship between the was we must at the at the base of all this. You've got DARTFORD and the train and he's an only child and one of the introspection Kief has about himself is what it's like being only child how you have to make alliances how difficult to Chizzy Lances come and go and if you got one you hold onto it. And it's crucial to you. And he got one with Nick and they were together. They were inseparable and they did everything together. Remember that in the early sixties sixty three the time they were on tour with little Richard they were doing it about a thousand shows back to back they did. Somebody like was it. Three years without stopping bed in this is really close stuff. So that comes this moment of. I didn't what happens. Mix head is turned something happens. He sees himself in Santa. But Keith fills a sense of betrayal. He feels some sense of betrayal of friendship or drifting by a terrible sadness and when it is then compounded by nick making faith. Remarks like reading stanzas a millstone around my neck. This'll be sort of moment when you can't restrain Keith. In his book from saying exactly what he thinks he have gone off done. This music almost broke the band up. You know I really mind about some people thought it was you know. He shouldn't have said it was unfair and song but actually it within that world and within the rolling stones bound all the people that know if he hadn't said that they would have thought he had copped up because it was such a big story inside the ban. Yeah of how bad relations were. Yeah I take it you aware of that. Journalists Bill Wyman wrote a spoof letter the MIC wrote in response which is very very funny alley. All you did some online. He got a little. They'll send you a link to it. It's very funny. It's like mix just read the book and he's having a go back at Kief guy who held you up on stage for the last fifteen years ads in frame necessary there. Obviously I love we study. Unfortunately bill by not zapped away Manila's but he wrote this thing I think just as a joke but it had a certain sort of resonance credibility on on the bill I was always encrypted Keith. I couldn't understand why Bill Wyman had all these goals waiting says they were sent off every ten minutes. He said come upstairs. Never WanNa Milky Cup of tea with with to come from around here and the other great story a love. We've been press conference in Paris. There were six journalists. That was me's sort of by now sitting beside Casey went back to these live of the stories which raked out of the book. Such as. Yes when I first met Johnny Depp. I thought he was Marlins drug dealer. He's we've been through that appeared on the front pages on it anyway. One of the journalists said Mr Richard. I I can't see very much about with Bill Wyman in this book. Did you not want to. Did you want to exclude him or something and he said the reason for that is bills? Not Very interesting. You Got Keith. Down Arms. Yeah that's I held back before I we're GONNA have to get a bit more of because it's one of the best. It's not actually that easy voice imitate. But you've spent enough time with the money to Practically does Moses got about that action. You didn't it. Got Back to him that I was going around telling these dotes Keith. Speak.
"betty wright" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
"Some classic Phillies saw produced by Bobby Martin the destinations. Some Blue Eyes so from nineteen sixty eight coming up next. We loss another legend the legendary Miss Betty Ryan while it really hit me hard and you know Chaka Khan had put out something. You know praying for Miss Betty. Right and You know next thing you know. We lost betty right and she died at the age of sixty six. But you know what Betty Right? Legendary soul singer always kept herself active. She is the Miami Florida sound. She was the one that found. George mccrae rock your baby and his wife Gwen mccrae and she wrote numerous songs. Tonight is the night you know. She had that Grammy Award winning single from one thousand. Nine hundred seventy seven Where is the love? But I'm going to take you back to nine thousand nine hundred seventy one where she had this. This hit record called the clean up woman and we celebrate Miss Betty right right here on a bowl of soul. Hey everybody in Sugar Miss Kelly. You're listening to a bone of soul with professor. T love you on this added okay. Think main stay strange. She's giving me that Miami soul sound and we celebrate the legendary Miss Betty Wright and Betty Wright had a song called. Tonight is the night no pain no gain and we lost betty. Right on Sunday may tenth which was mother's Day Betty Wright was born in my Ami Florida on December twenty. I mean fifty three and you know Betty Rights Beginnings was in a Gospel Gospel. Group called the echoes of joy which was founded by her older siblings. You know and she was singing at the age of eleven years old. But Betty got on the chart You know she began performing at local talent shows and she was signed to her first record label deal at twelve years old and she released singles. Thank you baby and paralyze but right Miss Betty. Wright's debut was my first time around which was released when she was fourteen years old and she had this song if you can get it from nineteen sixty eight. Girls can't do what the guys do an pure love but she was seventeen years old when she did this. Single the clean up woman and this song sold over one million copies and by nineteen seventy two betty right landed the billboard. Hot One hundred's top fifty also with single babysitter and then she Won The grammy for where. Where is the love? Which peaked in the top? Twenty on the RB charts. So we celebrate Miss Betty right and one thing about betty. Betty also became one of the first black female recording artists to release a gold album on her own record label which was really Stella and she went on to debut the single no pain no gain and this was in the nineteen eighties. But you know what one thing people don't know about Betty right is that she also did session singing. And if you don't If you remember dance with me which was a popular single in the eighties and the seventies actually and she also contributed to Gloria Estefan number. One single coming out of the dark and she was also nominated for Grammy Producing Josh Stones. Mind Body and soul album and she collaborated with little Wayne on a two thousand and eight track. That was that was latest. Shell but one thing about betty right. She didn't mind passing the torch onto the next generation. And she she she understood. You know you being young in the business you know. She was like a mother figure and a lot of lot of young heads. Respect Miss Betty right. The routes you name it Angie Stone. She did a Collab- with Angie stone. On baby baby baby you know and she did a song with the roots call soul songs which is hot. You gotTA definitely definitely check it out. So we celebrate betty right because she was a modern woman and she didn't mind bridging the connection between classic soul and new so music. So God bless you Betty and we love you coming up next. We're going bring you a classic. She's a classic artist. Fact she she was an artist from the fifties and sixties but she had a hot album in the seventies. Miss Esther Phillips. Talking about your love is so dumb long good and this is a bold of soul. Hi My name is Andy Stokes. And you're listening to a bowl of soul a mixture of so busy.
"betty wright" Discussed on Buzz Burbank News and Comment
"DOWN AMERICAN. Shoppers have started buying more generic store brand items. That's good news for the stores which make more money off their own brands than they do. From the brand's most people preferred before the pandemic private brand sales are up by nearly thirty percent one in four shopper. Say they're buying off label brands for the very first time and nearly a third of them say they plan to stay with those brands. After the crisis and while most big name brands will suffer from this trend. Some brands that had fallen out of favor have bounced back. The sale of oreo cookies is up after falling out of favor as sugary process. Junk food more. People are buying doritos and goldfish cereals from Kellogg and General Mills or up Cheerios and lucky charms of selling it several times. Their normal rates Betty Crocker's had to step up cake. Mix Production the soft drink. Companies are hurting with restaurants stadiums amusement parks and theatres closed but sales of Campbell's soups are up and as with all the brands enjoying new life. So are the company's stock prices on Wall Street on a healthier note. The sale of orange juice and Sitra sales in general are up as Americans looked to boost their immune systems with vitamin C. Like other high demand. Items Orange Juice prices are up twenty percent. It's serenity now for comedian and actor Jerry Stiller. Who passed this week at age? Ninety two still best known for his. Cranky. Dad Rolls on King of Queens and Seinfeld. Before that he was known for the comedy he performed with his late wife actors and MIRA after their starting Greenwich village nightclubs. Ed Sullivan had them on his show. More than thirty times. They stopped performing together to save their marriage. Merrill wanted to be a dramatic actress. Stiller thought his career was about over when he landed a nine year run Seinfeld. Jason Alexander says the frustration and sputtering of Frank. Costanza was to a large extent. Jerry Stiller trying to remember his lines stellar has gone ninety two but he left festivus for the rest of us. The Song Tutti Fruity made little Richard. The King Queen and architect of rock and roll. The flamboyant music. Trailblazer would go on to teach. Paul McCartney John Lennon how to scream and he taught James Brown Mick Jagger how great wild screaming Jimi Hendrix said. He tried to emulate that scream on his guitar. Legend Richard was the idol of David. Bowie and the prototype for Prince Richard Wayne Payment of Macon Georgia died of cancer. Saturday morning at age eighty seven. We also lost our B. Pop and soul singer Betty Wright this past week she was best known for the song. Clean up woman that made the top ten in the US. In nineteen seventy-one other songs by right have been sampled by beyond say to pack and others. Betty Wright was sixty six and a longtime frontman for the British supergroup. Bad Company died this week of a heart attack. His home in Florida at age sixty six bad company was formed in one thousand nine hundred seventy three by musicians from the group's free and Mata Hoople bad company's biggest American hit was called bad company. Las Vegas animal trainer and Magician Roy Horn of siegfried and Roy died this week. From the corona virus at age seventy-five one of the Tigers in their act grabbed horn by the neck on his fifty ninth birthday dragging him off stage before a stunned crowd of fifteen hundred people at the MGM Mirage. He recovered for one. Last performance. In two thousand nine he and siegfried retired from show business the following year now. Roy Horn is dead at seventy five astrophysicist and rock guitarist Brian. May of Queen is recovering after accidentally injuring. His buttocks gardening. The seventy two year old says it was over enthusiastic. Gardening that caused him to tear his glucose maximus muscle. He said he felt he had to confess to the injury so his absence from media wouldn't be suspected to be virus related. Chicago police have recaptured. A man who escaped from jail by wearing a medical face mask and pretending to be an inmate who was supposed to be released. The twenty one year old escapee was found hiding in a bedroom on the city's northwest side. He allegedly exchanged sweatshirts with an inmate. He had promised to pay for the favor and then Donde masks to protect himself from the virus and from detection by jail officials since he had tattoos on both sides of his mouth. The AP reports that a man who'd been kicked out of McDonald's for not wearing a facemask threw a rock through the window of a Walmart and stole several pair of Women's Panties from the store not Florida Connecticut Brooklyn Connecticut. When police cornered the suspect as he was leaving the Walmart he did not try to escape calculating that the police dog could likely outrun him. We close today with animal stories because you deserve them. It's not too unusual for bears to break in a cabin to steal food but in Tennessee. A bear broke into one while it was occupied. Frightening to women left behind by their golfing husbands while the women barricade themselves in a bedroom and while three more bears waited on the front porch. The break in bear stole five pounds of reese's peanut butter cups. A POUND OF AMS two pounds of Sour Patch. Kids two bags of potato chips to diet cokes. Two Beers and about twenty tabs of the Allergy Medicine ZYRTEC in the Netherlands. Police were called around up a camel. That citizen said was running wild through the streets of Rotterdam. They'll get a lot of camels. In the Netherlands or e moves it turns out what Rotterdam residents thought was a camel was actually the large bird as seen on American. Tv and finally police in India were investigating apparent attempt to steal money from an ATM. The money machine inside a banks kiosk had been badly damaged. Its Front panel completely removed. Police went to the video to try to identify the would be thief. The video gave them and us. The answer let me break it to you this way. A monkey walks into a bank. I'm Buzz Burbank. Thanks for listening and your support through the donate button at buzz. Burbank DOT COM. I'll be back next Thursday with another plus Burbank. News and comment preceding presentation was brought to you by the realm network..
"betty wright" Discussed on Monsters In The Morning
"Good luck giveaway eight thousand dollars so far. That's another shot at thousand dollars per user. Take that shot. Text that Keyword. Two hundred two hundred. I'd love to see you win a thousand dollars today. This is the last week of it so give it a shot. Good luck for the two year for giving you know maybe winning a thousand bucks. Everybody can use that welcome back. I'm restaurants along with Angel and Carlos Right homes and Angelique all here on this beautiful Monday and on Mondays. We always do the six things you knew. We talk about that six stories from over the weekend. You knew we'd bring it up. You talk about it if you get it right. I think we have some extra prize in the prize. Mignot but you definitely get a one minute commercial to say whatever you want. Four zero seven nine one. Six one four one or toll-free. It's one triple eight nine seven eight one. Oh Four. One appliance stories. That I've actually pulled from from over the weekend but I think one of the biggest ones Least with my family. Was that the passing of little Richard. But not just little Richard Pass away their four different Deaths from over the weekend. But we'll start with little one. Well I've got I've got I've got one two three four so I've got little. Richard passed away We got Roy. Horn passed away from a Roy that man. I thought he'd passed a while ago but it was like recently. Somebody had a conversation with me about him and I was like. Oh he's still alive. He was the one who got attacked by the YUP. I was talking to you about it. Yeah then there's a betty right not Betty White Betty Wright who not ready for example. Got Confused with that one. Yeah it's betting right. Who's a singer? And then Jerry Stiller who who is Ben Stiller Dad? I Eh but Starting with Little Richard. Little Richard is one of those party already. I did too. I didn't know he was still around. I thought Little Richard was from the nineteen fifties and well. Yes yes I mean definitely from the fifties and in my household my parents always loved little Richard. Because he's right there John Jonah you know and and a little Richard. That's where Marc Mero. Johnny bad got his character As far as professional wrestling johnny bag character dusty. Rhodes invented it. He told Marc Mero. And you need to pretend like little Richard you know and that was his character today. It could never nothing straight up straight up black-faced over to get really dark and there were people that thought that he was. I think the ACP wanted to give him an award. They thought he was a black guy is really bad. Vetting who black people are very strange but I know I know that little Richard thought it was hilarious and loved it and got a big kick out of it and and met Marc Mero and all that stuff but Yeah Little Richard You know he he was he go on record as saying other people rip them off. You know he was like he told prints is wearing purple for you were and and you know he up. Don't know how he felt about it. I know there are people that are saying that you know you know like Elvis kind of ripped him off a little bit. I kinda he did. Yeah Tutti fruity like his. His version of Tutti Frutti. Promo regular came out over the weekend. Said Hey listen I got a lot of what I do from Little Richard? Yeah he came out and said it. I that's those guys The there they were inspired my him. There's a lot of racial overtones with his success. And what was going on in the time and that time in this country you know what I mean and so a lot of what he was saying was accurate. You know one of the one of the stories that comes out as well. That we didn't know wasn't common knowledge when Michael Jordan or Michael Jordan. When Michael Jackson buys the Beatles catalogue he ends up finding out in that deal. He ended up having all the little. Richard's Masters all his music. He didn't he he didn't know that was part of the deal. So he signs all that back over to little Richard so that the Beatles had bought that yeah. Wow Yeah I always thought Jerry Lee Lewis Little Richard with the same person know. They both like piano aren't they? Yeah but Jerry Lewis. Oh redneck dude Raise Raisin Hill. I mean he was. He was rough man I I didn't he marry his cousin. He was a rough one. They couldn't remember his name. And I just typed into Google Guy. Who married his cousin from the off people now? Little Richard I mean I don't know I don't know that much about I mean very flamboyant. He was gay or bisexual he was. I didn't I never asked described himself. This Omni sexual in you know like in our household it didn't matter he was a little Richard. He just did what he did. And I don't ever have make I don't ever remember him making a big deal whether he was gay or straight or even be an issue wasn't ever. I think probably one of those things that people didn't talk about a the Song Tutti fruity. I mean when you when you hear people like try to lay low key about A. Gabriel guys Tutti fruity. Is that because of little Richard being kind Omni sexual. Yeah put that together. But that would kinda make sense and Tutti Frutti was actually originally about booty was the original lyrics. Were supposed to be Tutti fruity good booty. But they had the chain but they changed to be more appealing to the masses. They changed it to all rudy which never made sense but now that I know about booty much more I never you know. I didn't really pay attention to the lyrics and they met for something like that to me. It just seemed like you're not your personal. Yeah you couldn't love the ban that you love. You were a lyric driven. I'm driven. Well what were some other hits? Do you have any any any little Richard. This is. What's fascinating about that. All right so this guy you know. His importance to rock and roll is huge in our system. There are zero little Richard. Wow Zero no oldie station. I know oldies nothing. There's we have little very little Richard Little Richard Little Different Rich Richer. Little Impersonator Honors. Or something I feel like we do this all the time. Where it's like this legend passes. And then we recap their life not just us but like society in general and then it's like this great outpouring of like man. He changed her robe like where when they're alive it doesn't happen. It is the most bizarre thing lows it's happening as we speak right now They're everyone's coming out and making sure that they honor him as architect of rock and roll and all these things Be out the door. While he was alive he wasn't celebrated as he should have been. You know what I mean. He ever get award like you know how President will give him an award for being you know Artistic the did you ever get one of those. I can't tell you I don't know why he was like a celebrate little Richard Life and they all come together. I just feel like man Mike. We do this so much and we can use this as an example of like celebrities but we also do this with our every day friends in life and people that we love that until they die. You don't really show your expression of love towards them. Admiration our honor their dead and they can't smell their own roses. You know what I'm saying. It's a very weird thing that we do. And then there's some people that are famous they die they get a mention. And then you know hear about you know. The people aren't outcry and to say they were so wonderful. Now there was a lot of Nice things said about Roy Horn over the weekend is some conspiracy nonsense right here. With think about think about it would go into quarantine what becomes the biggest thing tiger king. Okay what happens? A tiger gets covid. Then Roy Horn. Who takes care of Tigers Tiger so dies? That's all just coincidence. One one one percent of the glitch in the Matrix someone accidentally typed into the Matrix. Kill Tigers and all of this is happening now. This is a conspiracy man things like this. Don't just lineup. I can make a video about that. Put It on Youtube and within days people be sure believe this is the real thing royal on. I know the mainstream mainstream media.
"betty wright" Discussed on AP News
"A popular soul singer from the 19 seventies has died I want to believe this worldly wise advice about losing a lover to the clean up woman was issued when Betty Wright was just 17 the 1971 hit combined elements of funk soul and R&B eat so much so that it was sampled by many modern acts like Mary J. Blige in her remix of real love as her hit making career came to a close right launched her own label and spent a lot of time as a producer and mentor to younger artists both John legend and legacy took to Twitter to praise her for giving back that way right was 66 no cause of death given what representative for her record label says Wright was diagnosed with cancer last fall I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Grammy-winning 1970s soul singer Betty Wright dies at 66
"A popular soul singer from the nineteen seventies has died I want to believe this worldly wise advice about losing a lover to the clean up woman was issued when Betty Wright was just seventeen the nineteen seventy one hit combined elements of funk soul and R&B eat so much so that it was sampled by many modern acts like Mary J. Blige in her remix of real love as her hit making career came to a close right launched her own label and spent a lot of time as a producer and mentor to younger artists both John legend and legacy took to Twitter to praise her for giving back that way right was sixty six no cause of death given what representative for her record label says Wright was diagnosed with cancer last fall I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
"betty wright" Discussed on KOMO
"Continued buckling in the meat supply chain a number of slaughter house operations of closed temporarily for cleaning during the pandemic but even as plants reopened they're still not expected to be operating at full capacity which means ranchers and their animals have nowhere to go the problems extend beyond meat farmers say they can't even give away all their leftover crops now to help out farmers and ranchers president trump this weekend announced the federal government is going to be buying three billion dollars worth of meat produce and dairy A. B. C.'s Trevor alt music world but she worries she had a string of R&B hits in the seventies cancer claimed the life of influential and Grammy winning singer songwriter Betty right A. B. C.'s Christopher Watson with the story soul singer Betty Wright has died she released her first solo album when she was just fourteen years old four years later she scored her first hit with nineteen seventy one's clean up woman that would became her signature song sampled years later by artists including chance the rapper and Mary J. Blige other hits include tonight is the night dance with me in nineteen seventy five Grammy winning where's the love writer and six Grammy nods in all including a win the most recent not was in two thousand eight for a gas bottle Wayne's the Carter three Betty Wright was sixty six Christopher Watson ABC news this is ABC news new York's mayor says he wants to keep the lockdown for months and some governors agree as the economy collapses newsmax is asking Americans like you when the lockdown should end you can vote in the newsmax poll about the lockdowns and president trump just text fish to thirty nine seven four seven that's fish to thirty nine seven four seven and vote instantly Congress and president trump need to know your opinion about the lockdowns text fish to thirty nine seven four seven and watch newsmax TV America's new cable news channel everyone is talking about I'm Richard Cantu ABC news I'm Evan Smith overcome a traffic.
"betty wright" Discussed on WGN Radio
"More than thirteen thousand specimens between Saturday and Sunday afternoons for a total of four hundred and twenty nine thousand nine hundred eighty four governor Pritzker says he plans to ramp up the number of chest and he has even bigger plans we get more from WGN's Pam Jones governor Pritzker says the Illinois department of public health already does contact tracing to try to track the spread of covert nineteen but he also says plans are already in place to start a contact tracing program similar to the Copa nineteen community tracing collaborative in Massachusetts we've hired somebody who was at the CDC you know was expert at at there I break intelligence service hi and we think that we can have a massive contact tracing effort op in the next few weeks Pam Jones WGN news mayor Lightfoot strongly emphasizing the importance of the stay at home with her during a Facebook live interview on the young and restless series white foot continuing to urge young people to stay at home warning partying is a life and death matter these issues partisan congregating there happening all over the city they're not limited to black Chicago they're just not and and that's just a reality choose to stay home order began in March going police of rest the twenty people cited thirty more and broken up thousands that were violating the order another blood drive being planned at navy pier the red cross sell to drive last Monday with nearly a hundred people participating their next one comes up on may twentieth from eleven AM to five PM it's a partnership between the red cross in navy pier which has been closed since March due to the stay at home order if you want to sign up schedule an online appointment with the red cross Dave Schwan WGN news Chicago has lost the first postal worker to covert nineteen the family of uniquely so she died four days ago less than a week after giving birth to a daughter she tested positive for covert nineteen at the university of Chicago hospital but was sent home three days after the baby was born March early on with the national association of letter carriers was among those mourning her loss on Saturday I can't stress enough to our members what this is don't appeared related to her work at all our members have to take extra precaution out there they have to take every necessary precaution clay worked at the Irving Park postal station at cicerone Roscoe her family wants answers as to why she was sent home with co nineteen also says they can't comment because of patient privacy laws three of the nation's top doctors are sidelined in self quarantine all of them at one time or another standing right next to president trump inside the White House more from ABC's Rachel Scott three key members of the coronavirus task force are following their only recommendations self quarantining after possible exposure to cope with nineteen at work Dr Anthony Fauci the country's leading infectious disease expert starting what he called a modified quarantine after testing negative for the virus mostly working from home CDC director Robert Redfield determined to have had a low risk exposure on Wednesday he along with the FDA commissioner Dr Steven Hahn will parenting for fourteen days S. A. B. C.'s Rachel Scott lawsuits piling up against China A. B. C.'s union has more Americans are looking to sue China for the coronavirus crisis nine cases have been filed so far claiming Chinese authorities didn't do enough to control the spread tried to hide what was happening in Wuhan and concealed what they knew about the illness the Chinese foreign ministry says a lot of have no factual basis and the country's been transparent the cases also face an up hill battle due to a nineteen seventy six federal law that says foreign governments are mostly immune from U. S. lawsuits you neon ABC news influential Grammy winning soul singer Bettye Wright died Sunday ABC's Christopher Watson looks back on her career soul singer Betty Wright has died she released her first solo album when she was just fourteen years old four years later she scored her first hit with nineteen seventy one to clean up woman now one became her signature song sampled years later by artists including chance the rapper and Mary J. Blige other hits include tonight is the night dance with me in nineteen seventy five Grammy winning where's the love writer and six Grammy nods in all including a win the most recent not was in two thousand eight for a gas bottle Wayne's the Carter three Betty Wright was sixty six Christopher Watson ABC news checking WGN sports communal bell is a former running back at the university of Illinois from nineteen eighty nine to nineteen ninety one after his pro career he went back to school to become a doctor and is currently working on the front lines of the corona virus pandemic as an emergency room physician in New Jersey he talked to SportsCenter about what pushed him into medicine at multiple times kind of made it obvious to seek another career undergrad I was pre med so I.
Grammy-winning 1970s soul singer Betty Wright dies at 66
"Influential Grammy winning soul singer Bettye Wright died Sunday ABC's Christopher Watson looks back on her career soul singer Betty Wright has died she released her first solo album when she was just fourteen years old four years later she scored her first hit with nineteen seventy one's clean up woman now one became her signature song sampled years later by artists including chance the rapper and Mary J. Blige other hits include tonight is the night dance with me in nineteen seventy five Grammy winning where's the love writer and six Grammy nods in all including a win the most recent not was in two thousand eight for a gas bottle Wayne's the Carter three Betty Wright was
"betty wright" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"New York city's thirty eight cases of the syndrome coincided with the positive coping nineteen test Markram Alard ABC news New York and now the latest traffic and weather together I'm not seeing any major accidents or delays at this time but if you do see anything give us a call at four two one sixty three ninety seven now ladies forecasts from the train heating and cooling weather center on news radio seven hundred WLW showers and thunderstorms ahead of a cold front will fade into the evening we'll see mostly cloudy skies tonight still breezy a low of thirty seven Monday partly to mostly cloudy cool and breezy high fifty three from your severe weather station I'm nine first warning meteorologist sherry Hughes newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. the radar showing that most of the rain has moved out of the tri state in its fifty six and sunny out influential Grammy winning soul singer Betty Wright has died soul singer Betty Wright has died she released her first solo album when she was just fourteen years old four years later she scored her first hit with nineteen seventy one to clean up woman Evelyn became her signature song sampled years later by artists including chance the rapper and Mary J. Blige other hits include tonight is the night dance with me in nineteen seventy five Grammy winning where's the love writer and six Grammy nods in all including a win the most recent not was in two thousand eight for a guest spot on Lil Wayne's the Carter three Betty Wright was sixty six Christopher Watson ABC news there's still no opening day for Ohio's gyms daycares or campgrounds Ohio governor Mike DeWine announced restaurants with outdoor seating and salons can open up may fifteenth that's this Friday indoor eating will be allowed to resume on may twenty first one says that on Monday he plans on.
"betty wright" Discussed on KOMO
"Prime minister Boris Johnson announcing a modest easing of the country's coronavirus lockdown warning we've been through the initial peak but it's coming down the mountain it is often more dangerous giving the green light to folks who've been cooped up for weeks to get out from this Wednesday we want to encourage people to take more uneven unlimited amounts of unpopular exercise but saying people must still obey social distancing rules or be fined Johnson saying this is not the time to simply and the lockdown Dave Packer ABC news South Korea warns of the threat of a second wave new restrictions are in place after infections rebounded to a one month high just as officials were preparing to ease restrictive measures the country's latest outbreak is linked to a handful of night clubs in the capital Seoul often infected man in his twenties visited before testing positive A. B. C.'s Julia macfarlane in London soul singer Betty Wright has died she released her first solo album when she was just fourteen years old four years later she scored her first hit with nineteen seventy one to clean up woman Allen became her signature song sampled years later by artists including chance the rapper and Mary J. Blige other hits include tonight is the night dance with me in nineteen seventy five Grammy winning where's the love writer and six Grammy nods in all including a win the most recent not was in two thousand eight for a gas bottle Wayne's the Carter three are Chris Watson this is ABC news time is three oh four let's check in with Evans Missy how come traffic.
"betty wright" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"From NPR news in Washington I'm Barbara Klein for trump administration health officials will testify remotely before a Senate committee on Tuesday as NPR's Scott Detrow reports three of them are self quarantining after contact with the White House staffer who tested positive for the coronavirus president trump blocked key coronavirus task force members from testifying before the house of representatives but allow them to speak to a Senate committee this week but now CDC director Robert Redfield FDA commissioner Steven Han and Dr Anthony Fauci who heads the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases are all in some form of self quarantine that's after vice president Mike pence's press secretary Katie Miller tested positive senator Lamar Alexander who chairs the Senate health committee says all three will still testify but remotely they'll be joined by doctor Bradner are from the department of health and Human Services Scott dentro NPR news Washington treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin says job losses are probably going to get worse before they get better he says the White House is considering more measures to ease the economic burden of the pandemic including a payroll tax cut but Mnuchin tells fox news Sunday the administration does not intend to bail out state so the Democrats have been asking for more money for states we've been very clear that we're not going to do things just to bail out states that were poorly managed meanwhile as the number of coronavirus infections around the world tops four million the US as well as other countries are debating when and how to get back to business as me Maria Martin reports that includes what Amala where decreased remittances from the US or creating even more pressure the number of covered nineteen and factions about the my Lai a country about the size of Tennessee is nearing one thousand the economy they are speaking slowly reopened though health authorities warn against the plant reception of public and support meanwhile according to a report from the bank of what the my left remittances from watermelons working outside the country have fallen sharply in the last two months April's remittances for twenty percent less than for the same time last year and in this country where it's been reported that many coronavirus infections can be traced back to returning migrants deportations from the US are also down by more than thirty five percent this week the watermelon government again suspended deportation flights for NPR news I'm idea Martin soul and R&B singer and song writer Betty Wright has died.