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"billy ocean" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting
"Of time away from music wasn't that we're always kind of fascinated by those kinds of gaps some artists take. Because this is often this assumption. That's greatest needs to be working all the time, but that's not necessarily true. Is it I have dumb a major part of what I wanted to do at the time you know dream of the here on the radio and I heard my son's in the radio. Now, the dream is to go to America a went to America. The dream is have his. New America. Number One America now where do you go from there? There's a certain amount of disillusionment with successes. Well, you know you forward with people you you might be working too hard. You might be getting more and more distant from your family. The worst one is when you don't really understand why you do what you're doing, you understand what you're doing while you're trying to make right. You know why you're staying up late work into two three in the morning, jumping out the bed to ride just a word down. So you can remember more to fit into. So you could understand all the when you have the success. Now you're right of the I remember one day looking through. The window and thinking what a High Dune him while my here, and once it starts from those questions dissatisfaction started coming through and I just thought you know my kids were growing up my wife with looking after them by herself an what I'm having out is not total fundamental saint all hard but it wasn't you know the sort of glomming that thought. The whole thing was that image take a backseat for what spend some time with Family, you know simple things like when my little sabbatical I was able to drive my kids and their friends to concerts and be a show phone. All is a simple things like that connection of reality that to me was good was so good that I. wanted to take three or four years it ended up being seventeen years. Is left well, one day I woke up and everybody a grownup and I'm thinking you can only have so much. You know. So I thought to myself, listen you know of Lemme get back on the roden manager Jonasson trade out in a couple of gigs if elected that work. and. Here I'm obviously to store and still doing things also. We love about you belize brings such a great sense of humanity to what you do and we can really hit on the new album as well. Songs like nothing will stand in our way. They're really nice things to have at a time like this. Thank you. Yeah. Because as I say you make music for people, you don't just make it for yourself. Taking time out I think is more honest than staying in there and not really enjoying it and you know getting miserable feeling uptight about things not one I've got a family I can spend time with an can you know there's another life outside of music right before there was billy ocean there was me With enthusiasm to do music. Then, why shouldn't I be able to stop and start when I won't yet it's not unheard of in a few the people. Over the years of similar Cat Stevens. For instance, talk about thing he took about twenty years off. I'm glad you mentioned that because. Because have.
"billy ocean" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting
"Land was multiple versions of Caribbean. Queen. For Different territories like Africa European Queen, we didn't know. It could've gone on forever. which is a marketing strategy by club colder. So did you go back and re record those other choruses Canada after it became successful? No I just had to drop the word in. All right. You just can't do wound because if you're African Caribbean, you can make that work. You know it's just a matter of bending melodies et Cetera et Cetera and all I did was basically dropped those words a didn't do of the whole wrote. Those words and another thing we love about your songs is the source of the detail kind of arrangements the so many great centene and brass arrangements even going back to sorts of all the sunlight what you do to me are you talking about that track so? DANNA WHICH Is. That's the one. You. Can just about remember the some. Lurk under. Soul Brooker how Brooker? That's no. You. Well, you know man I mean if you're going to the studio everything, you put on should have rhythm everything you've put on should mean something. In their produces that just put on insulin, just omit the track fit. And music that doesn't really say anything no, I tried to. Encourage that whatever goes on there is saying something basically yeah. Well, that's true of you be hits as well as like when the going gets tough tough going like the base on the for example is just so proponents of, isn't it? I mean give them. Credit for that have been working with him was like a a hell of an experience. You know because when Clive you know put together, you don't question. Thank you. Just sort of trust in the person you're dealing with, and that was one of those things where I could save. Woohoo to reproduce. I wanted this I want to rap producer one up you know but clive will be right so far. Why should we wrong this stem and maters is reputation for being this for ages and ages and ages you know to get injured it wasn't the case with me. You know collaboration bought out a different side of fame whatever it was but all I know is that when it comes to putting a track together that getting into the right things. was definitely right up there with any of them I don't know whether it's a fact that like myself been interested in music in that part of the world where in those days especially, there's no penalty. It's not as common as growing up in England. You know I'm living in Trinidad Faizabad and the island basically, right? Those no radio for the border radio. The only music you had was your local music you start of music until you something else when I imagine how to be in a similar circumstance he grew up in South Africa rising so. been much communication et CETERA. Et. CETERA. So I'm sure one thing the two of us would have found and one thing you develop in that where is rhythm you might hear song. But you hear the beat of a drum somebody will beat no drum somewhere. Yeah. You know he was a white guy was a he was South Africa. From England and he's from South Africa. In the time when there was apartheid. So there was so much thing that could have been against that relationship basically because I did not go to Santa Africa at that time I was asked to settle for would not go to South Africa because of apartheid. But I'm not as Africa in England and the two of us a meeting up in England trying to create something to make people. Happy. Like when you go into the studio should be a nice experience it shouldn't be thing I said before. Only. Was a period when you took quite a chunk.
"billy ocean" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting
"Like something like we gotta find loaf with Barry is the result of division of Labor or you both kind of mocking in with the words and the and they'll the melody and everything you know I find that very, very much more of the musician and I throw my troubles worth and I don't like their code or can read. And I tend to deal with more of the lyrics right and I'd say. Well you know that's nice. Change would you know it's a collaboration with our borders? Basically, he accept what I say for musical standpoint you know. I'm so for as a musician, I play guitar play piano trump space and barry ESPN lesson use a kid and he read music at really don't know the extent of his musical training but I, know that when he was eighteen, he was the musical director Lena own and that sort of thing I mean right now he's. Teaching some university in New York in his. Charitable time basically. Yeah. But money's good. I mean yeah. How can I have a better person to work with and when I decided to come back and start recording again? The first thing that came to me was, let me try and get in touch with Barracuda and been tortured by full somewhere. And Been in touch with any but for long. And then. I tried out summer songs that sort of. Inspired me when I was growing up listening to. Music. Sounds, from people like France. Not Conan. Sam Cook and all these different people classic sounds. So went into Stew and soda to rearrange these songs. You know if the sodas that I wanted. Finish off the album odor replaced with that and you know started touring and thing. Yeah. Let's go back into the studio when. Creative album one world is the outcome. The certainly got great results than yeah that's. Crony. Come from for me enjoyment an over into a myself. Masuda. Thank God of mean really do Nas. Husband. Is never easy but there's something about it that when you dig deeper, you get it there's a such as friction that you can't relate to anything else. Honestly. Yeah. I wonder if listening to a classic music had an impact on your ear for a melody 'cause I always. I always felt that you had a great era richer I've got the expanded addition of you self titled Debut Album and you go through the track list this tell them to move over. Stop me love really hair without you aloe red lights. Feldstein J. it's Kinda crazy. How much strong materialists in one batch there. No. Thank you. I mean that's an interesting point. You made how much of the song that I listened to especially when I was growing up, inspired me not that we don't have good sons now but something those days was something you can learn from melodies were very important. especially, people like some coconut quote Moldes were really important. A storyline was very important and then growing up as a kid and absorbing all these beautiful melodies ice and listen to some of these songs. My father bought a radio and that's got tuned into some of these songs as A. Kid My mother used to say to me every known again she said to me some sing to me out seeing you know also oh my papa to me you look so wonderful melodies one thing those some head were memorable melodies up dinar and stood remember those melodies. So when I right it's almost natural that it happens if you know what I'm saying and if a is not doing something to me, I, know it's not right. Imagine me a great summer. Until you're ninety, nine percent of my son will have some sort of melody is according to the hook. Up. The. Great and I grew up learning about hooks and as I say to work with some people like Ben and people can go. My apprenticeship was really in a look at it really truly was second to none of this people I work with. Back. Of Hedge mention them liberally heads without years. Your first.
"billy ocean" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting
"Hello and welcome to episode one, hundred and seventy three of the Jake around songwriting. This Bryant here is always with Simon is joining us for this edition of the show is an Ivan, Avello grammy-winning Trinidadian British singer and songwriter who enjoy the string of international hits in the seventies and eighties including three US number ones and today to sold in the region of thirty million records. He recently released his eleventh studio album one world. His first of original material in over a decade and joined us over assume a few weeks ago to discuss the new record and some of the musical highlights of his amazing career. We are very excited to welcome the wonderful Billy Ocean to the show what a treat and yet another guest whose music radio staple when we were growing up in the eighties. Yeah. He's responsible for some of the most uplifting joyous pop of the era. Without a doubt and as well as being a fine singer. Terrific songwriter is also an ambassador for this year's National Album Day campaign, which takes place on the tenth of October and is the culmination of a week of activities celebrating the album format. The event is now is third year and the theme. This time round is the nineteen eighties appropriately enough. So go to the national album day DOT COM for more INFO and join in with the phone at at album the UK on twitter guess was born Leslie Charles in Trinidad in Nineteen fifty moved with his family to England when he was ten and settled in London's east. End But prior to that the alleged shown aptitude for music very early on picking up the UKELELE age six and singing in the school choir. His father also played Guitar School in Calypso Music and he later himself bass drums and piano has an avid listening to the radio. He was turned onto great vocalists like Nat King, Cole Sam Cooke Otis Redding as well as the likes of the Beatles the rolling stones and motel. He was also influenced by Molly and Bob Dylan after leaving school with no qualifications billy trains become a Tayla and found employees in London's rag trade eventually working on legendary savile row stone's throw from the Beatles. Q. Believe he ended up making his own outfitters first TV appearances a few years later. Yeah. When he was on top of the POPs and stuff probably saved himself, you quit there. In, spite of his tailoring work, he still had Ziona Music Korea installing an old pianist flats, which began writing his own songs as well as playing in various London bands during the late sixties and early seventies. He even released a handful of singles and there is given name in the early Seventies. What's little fanfare and by that decades midpoint heave rechristened himself billy ocean after the football team. Ocean's eleven back in Trinidad. If I'm not mistaken, of course, billy's hardware determination did eventually pay off and he got his first major break when he signed to GTO. And issued his opponents thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, six, debut album, which posted the evergreen love really hair without you can reach number two in the UK charts the equally energetic red lights bells danger became his second number two hit in the UK in early seventy seven after several more albums with GTO including one, thousand, nine, hundred.
"billy ocean" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
"The same here was out rolling down the road, both hands on the wheel. This is Billy Ocean with number one on our road songs. Count down, Get out of my dreams! Get in. Into my car. Billy Ocean came in at number one on our top five road songs with his chart topper called Get Out of My Dreams Get Into My Car..
"billy ocean" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make
"Awesome. So what's the question which of these albums by Billy Ocean was released I? Do you want the multiple short. Can you name any billy albums like I can name an album? Go AHEAD OKAY. Give me an email titles. Yeah Love Zone tear down. These walls suddenly wasn't suddenly good five or eighty six good power ballad. Yeah so Yeah Right Right. Yeah loon okay so So what was the second I zone? Tear down these walls are suddenly. I feel love zone. Came later as well. I'M GONNA tear down these walls. It was suddenly. Oh my God yeah okay so that the third single release or something off off the album three out of five. Am Good Billy Ocean. That's minute I can never get enough. Billy Ocean. I've pretty much had an absolutely all right. All right. Who released the song owner of a lonely heart in nineteen eighty three? Oh come on yeah yes yes with the with what? I always thought must have been a California zip code as the album title. Nine one to five you know what it was. No always the label Yeah the pressing the catalog the catalog number nine hundred five. You told me that. Yeah just another fun fact this anyway. And there's that's eighties music that I love and at the time. It was all these albums by bands that had been successful in sixties and Seventies. Who were still doing really creative stuff. And yes that was a real comeback for them a shorter format song but they they really learned how to write a hook. You know there were a lot of great songs. Trevor.
"billy ocean" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"So it's the knowledge all that was discovered by doctors and they are crediting his long career with its existence something extra could help you out I think yes that's only thing you can find out on a Saturday of the clerk of stroke as Billy ocean's after log don't you as a radio personality making my career speaking for a living if I had an extra voice box or something like that nice maybe I would be more successful or be able to have a longer career so does we talk about time and time again here on the show dolphin especially with you having over fifteen years experience helping people near and in retirement about how the most common retirement fear is of course running out of money so why don't people just simply put their nest egg in something like an annuity we hear about these that might provide them with a lifetime of income well Michael Kitsis editor of the journal of financial planning tells Morning Star there may be a psychological reason involved for that the good news about buying something like a lifetime media knew what he is you cannot live the money you eliminate the downside risk of outliving your money because the checks keep going as long as you got a heart beat the bad news though is in a never getting better than the site like the challenge of the of the new ties in your wealth is you cannot live it but you can't improve upon it where you are right now this is as good as it gets it doesn't feel very good for most people are like even there's little downside risks like the little bit opportunity that like maybe some great surprise to still happen and things get better in life in the future dolphins he right is there no potential opportunity for those who may decide to go with an annuity well if you listen to the beginning of that segment he talked about in the media anyway he says buying an immediate annuity for lifetime income there's different types of annuity in this is the big promise out there that so many people hear the word annuity and they've they run away so what I'm gonna turn the radio off and I want to hear about this the idea of the Ottoman Empire the variability of the fixing of the index for so many different types out there I'm like it's about to get the wrong one I'm not gonna make enough money my friends and peers will shoot me if I get a new any but is it right for everybody no can it be right for everybody else now when he's talking about there's no more potential that's incorrect I mean there are fixed indexed annuities they have a thing called increasing income every time the index goes up your income goes up so you're giving yourself a pay raise every year retirement potentially going forward forever what's wrong with giving yourself a pay raise some people love them some people don't like it but I talked to someone from Jim from Delaware listen the show a couple weeks ago he called him with a great conversation and he said he was researching annuities means like nobody's told me bad things and he got an annuity about four years ago wasn't through me was through a social up in Delaware then he absolutely loves it now he's sixty nine years old he's been taking paychecks out of it but he likes the fact of knowing that this is the income he has taken care of himself if he passes away his wife is going to continue that income and then he has a long term care double R. on it so he gets put into a nursing home facility he's gonna give increases paycheck for five years what's wrong with that I mean one way to cope is to use will be also called the flooring approach in which state portfolio or new products are used to build an income floor to pay your basic expenses were other assets you have are put more aggressively in the portfolio withdrawals are used to meet additional expenses this is an article I wrote for the money magazine a couple of years ago call today tomorrow never take care of today to enjoy tomorrow then have you never money waiting for you this is what I'm doing I'm comfortable with this part of the portfolio because I have no intention of warning about paying bills at the end of the month so if you have a console security pensions and annuities only the three sources guaranteed income if you take a million you say okay my basic expenses are going to be five thousand dollars a month in their annuity and phone you're going to pay five thousand dollars a month for life you've just taken off one of the four Christian please take off all the worry about paying the bills on that five thousand dollars a month going forward okay what is wrong with that that's a great thing and if you have other money then you can put it in the market you can put whatever was up you can play around with vacations but your basic expenses are covered every single month understandable measure if you're a business owner and not your overheads thirty thousand dollars a month to run your business and you walked in every morning the end of the first of the month and you have a check for thirty thousand whether to pay for all your expenses for the whole month and so now everything you do not want this profit is that a bad thing now when people when people talking bad about annuities I can understand that because one of the segments so many couples have to come in and they said well we've met this person they showed me this one has some balls are so many different types cannot deal with an independent agent if you're not looking at multiple decisions of annuities because your income annuities and I'm not trying to get confusing but it's simple annuity for income even internally for gross or even only for short term protection which won the one you want to keep it short term you want to search for growth forty one for income for the month and they'll provide is protection making sure that you have that protection is that important to you if you're near or in retirement typically that is something that you are focused on you want to make sure that everything 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"billy ocean" Discussed on KCRW
"Zelda it's Tuesday January twenty first singer Billy ocean turned seventy years old today news is next live from NPR news in Washington I'm korva Coleman the Senate impeachment trial of president trump begins in earnest today and peers Brian Naylor reports it's only the third time the Senate has been asked to remove a president from office one of the first orders of business today will be for the Senate to agree on a set of rules for how to proceed during the trial the Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is expected to outline his proposal just before the session is gaveled in Democrats have been pressing to be allowed to present witnesses and documents it's not clear how much of an opportunity they'll have to do that the Senate will be weighing two articles of impeachment charging president trump abused his power and obstructed Congress NPR's Brian Naylor at this moment the president is delivering opening remarks to the World Economic Forum in Switzerland as in Pierce Tamera Keith reports he has a full day of meetings on tap president trump is set to meet with business leaders as well as the president of a rock and the prime minister of Pakistan among others while trump attends this elite global forum the Senate is beginning his impeachment trial back home the president's legal team argues he did nothing wrong and the articles of impeachment against him fail to meet constitutional muster this marks trump's third international trip in the midst of the impeachment process though he will be back before his team is expected to present its defense in the Senate Tamar keep NPR news the White House police in San Antonio have arrested a nineteen year old musician who is accused of killing two people and injuring five others on Sunday at a downtown bar Texas public radio's Dominic Anthony reports the suspect was scheduled to perform at the venue that night police say nineteen year old cheering in Christopher Williams opened fire after an argument with someone at the Ventura bar and music venue and then fled the scene as police ask it is him into custody Monday in Williams told reporters he acted in self defense because someone threatened him San Antonio police chief William McManus says Williams will be charged with two counts of capital murder the people who were injured are all in stable condition for NPR news I'm Dominic Anthony in San Antonio China is reporting that a fourth patient with the newly emerging corona virus has died the patient was one of a group of people who develop pneumonia in an outbreak that is spreading across China the corona virus appeared in the central city of Wuhan first that's where nearly two hundred cases have been reported of that number fifteen people are medical professionals other cases of pneumonia and have been reported in Shanghai and Beijing meanwhile the World Health Organization says it will convene an emergency meeting tomorrow it will determine whether this should be deemed a global health crisis you're listening to NPR thousands of gun rights activists rallied peacefully in Richmond Virginia on Monday they're protesting several gun control bills backed by the new democratic majority in Virginia state legislature Democrats say they want to respond to events such as last may's deadly mass shooting in Virginia beach in Vancouver Canada an extradition hearing is underway for the chief financial officer of Chinese technology giant walk away American officials want men gong show sent to the United States cracking the code reports that Canadian charges are complicated prosecutors are asking the court to find the charges as double criminality in order for anybody to be extradited between Canada and the U. warehouse the charges you're facing have to be illegal in both the justice department alleging among one show of committing fraud and endangering American banks and attempted to circumvent US sanctions against Iran if the court finds the charges against monkey do involve potential fraud she returned to her mansions in Vancouver on seven point seven million American dollars bail if the court finds the charges do not constitute possible fraud she is technically free to leave pending any appeals for NPR news I'm Craig McCaw can Vancouver Australia's biggest mining company be HL group says production is slowing because of the country's devastating wildfires officials say the fires are leading to poor air quality as the smoke hovers over much of the east and southeast part of the country scores of fires are still burning out of control I'm korva Coleman NPR news support for NPR comes from the public welfare foundation committed to advancing a transformative approach to justice that is community led.
"billy ocean" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam
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"billy ocean" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam
"Again. I would love to hear I focus on this. They sound amazing. Yeah I mean the thing that you can't deny that billy ocean has an incredible voice. Oh I love that cry. He did also he changed. One Line here of Your Non Stop Lover Get it can. So now's hard to get now. He's saying I think you do that. After the fact you know it looks like you've already said he's all over the place here you're desperate doing whatever he can he's I'm going to be your son. You're not going to be a miracle and like you just get it. I'm going to go away those so get now but I can really fast so fast but I won't show as do you remember when there was a time growing up where that was attractive to you. How fast someone could run no matter what? Their position was social standings in school. The fast kids in gym were hot. You're running fast. Billy elite well looking to go like weirdly horny again. I'm like fast like I went to watch the New York marathon recently. uh-huh you just dripping wet. I got so excited. Like wow. They're fast and then I was like I should google that and I was like well. Don't be that Oh cinema. DM sliders sidings DMZ. Hey so fast so fast you were like a runner. That's probably a thing huh. There's probably a whole swath as if people throw themselves at fast people. Yeah now I'm trying to think of what what with the terminology would be for groupies for runners. Thong sure that's not good. No I shouldn't have said I mean I'm glad he did. I'm not ready for Beep beep yeah in. What do you say billy it? Okay Sir. Yeah there's a good good point to stop because we know what's about to happen. I mean I didn't until last night when I was flipping. The thing is that thank. You didn't notice the base under bb curl. Yeah.
"billy ocean" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam
"Stop. Get in the backseat Baby Bay. So interesting saying he's an Uber driver. I mean why not why not. The passenger seat exists confirmed my theory that he already has a woman in the car. Get in the back seat or is is it. Here's a question. Here's what we never even thought of the cars parked. He's outside of the car running on the car maybe flipping a coin and he's ladies walked by. He's it's not about taking rides about taking a ride. Only thing with me and my car the back the side of the eerie. Because he's gonNA drive anywhere in this scenario they're going straight to the sex. I mean on the street where he's finding her. which presumably means there's some foot traffic? Yeah get in the backseat or uber driver or call car full of women. He's just collecting. And there's only room in the back right or it's like a sports car that's really skinny. sportscar sometimes are two seaters with the tooth one in front of the other like a motorcycle with a shell. Well I guess if you would expect you to be a little bit wider to so there could be an engine and stuff in the hood but the point. Yeah so so. He turned to have sex on the side of the road. I mean might be parked. BEEP beep yeah. I don't like this billy I trusted you did in the backseats accedes pretty. It's explicit forward to the point of. I'm not safe spills bad up and you said it so sweetly don't do it. Don't get them with the backseat. Billy I can tell him on the verge of a full-on coughing crying. We have pump the brakes. Just give me like a five minute breather and then when it feels right you know you can throw back. Get in the backseat baby. I I hate that. He's saying that so beautifully. I mean it makes if you WANNA get in the back seat it works on me and I believe pre suit. He's going to rephrase that okay. Let's hit get out of my mind. Get into my life. Do not forget the best part of that. Thank you for knowing what the the best part of that was. So he's is this a real girl that he's obsessing.
"billy ocean" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"What? I can get with Caribbean. I can get with Tara. Carribean Queen Billy ocean right there. And it always I never could understand when I was a kid of how he speaks with an English accent. But he sings without it, and a lot of people do that Billy ocean is a straight up English, dude. And you hear him talk. It sounds like something out of Notting hill. But when you hear Caribbean Queen or get outta my dreams get into my car. It's straight up American. It's really impressive. And I told you a moment ago one of the great rumors that I'm responsible for when Nigel, and I I found out we were going to do this show the hammer and Nigel show afternoons this was during the Indianapolis Motor Speedway time. Right. When the five hundred was gearing up it wasn't quite race week. But it was a couple of weeks before and carb day was the big deal. Carb day was coming up and. I think the first thing that I said on this show was we've got breaking news. The carb day concert has been canceled. It's not journey journey will not be playing carb day. It's going to be a combination of Billy ocean and share and you should have seen the tweets that came in. If you haven't figured it out. Sometimes we just make crap up van Halen is not gonna play on monument circle. Despite the fact that we say that all the time and Billy ocean and shares probably not going to be a carb day concert, but we mentioned journey cancelled and their replacement was Billy ocean and share and oh man the panties got an Awad. It was brilliant twenty one years ago tonight in nineteen ninety eight Dawson's creek made its debut on the WB network. This was James vanderbeek and Michelle Williams, Katie Holmes, kind of the first big, you know, teed hit for that network. The WB and that was twenty one years ago tonight. All right tomorrow going to be back at it at four o'clock the million dollar question who is going to cave. I is Trump gonna cave is Pelosi gonna cave. When are they gonna vote or have another deal or have another meeting? What's going to happen next? We'll break that down and Tony cats will join us it's Tuesdays with Tony. So we'll start it all up again tomorrow, four o'clock. It's the hammer and Nigel stylized lounge.
"billy ocean" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Billy ocean. Yeah, low. I'm sorry electric avenue. My bad. This hour compound hall dot com. I'm rich Thomason President Trump says it's one of the reasons he needs a larger Republican majority in congress, president blasting Democrats who he says refused to support any kind of border security legislative fix our absolutely horrible. Old-fashioned loophole ridden immigration laws with thousands of central Americans. Now marching north toward the US president Chelsea Republican rally in Montana that he will deploy the military to seal the border, if Mexico doesn't disburse the migrant caravan secretary of state palm peyot to meet later today with Mexican officials to discuss the matter ask for the president. He's planning a couple more campaign events south west swallowing a campaign rally in Montana last night, the president addresses supporters this evening and Mesa. Arizona before wrapping up his three day trip. Tomorrow in Nevada. The Trump campaign says all three are critical states in the midterm elections. And the president is making the case to voters to expand Republican majorities in. In both the house and Senate White House correspondent, Greg Clugston. President Trump acknowledges it certainly looks like missing Saudi columnist Jamal kashogi is dead. Mr. Trump says there will be consequences. If the Saudis are found to be responsible for his murder. Have to be.
"billy ocean" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Husband I, said I'm gonna stop. I'm going to stop by the time twenty five ahead of me Twenty five. Thirty. Promise. Thirty. If I haven't made them and then finally. In about thirty eight I just said you know I'm never, going to sit here all those. Times about how someone so you know, didn't right there. For rolling didn't write, her first whatever to, look. Yes she's like forty or something yeah yeah yeah same thing with a guy named mama. Ocean Billy ocean wrote his first hit, at the, age of forty seven and keep thinking about that, and every time I think you know it hasn't happened it's not gonna happen. But it happens differently right so. For the first time that you started writing music that the. Industry has changed. Drastically so how are you handling that, knowing you know knowing how to, make money now. In this industry it's hard because the music industry is such a It's just such a expletive we'd love to use Yeah yeah And it is it's really a challenge in trying to figure out it's like starting all. Over again I back in the sixties when they were groomed, these groups they weren't making any money was the studios that were making. The money this is a whole new day isn't, it is and I. Just got I had just have to do what feels good to me and I don't wanna do anything that is. For anybody, but You, know I do it to release my own things in, my Emotions and I write it because I love. It. And, I. Think you're right it because you can't help it exactly yeah yeah and I, think the, moment that I start to do it because it's the. You know, the song that I think the labels will want it Here and sent to whatever I think that's when all I realized. That I think even sleep. Over don't even speak it. It's not going to. Happen we're here to. Do it that's what. We do that's what we are. We're troubadours at heart so there you go go forward I'm. Really looking, forward to hearing the rest of the album so sorry. We don't, have music to play from, that album tonight but again the name of this album give it to us one more time lost in the move lost in the move in the in the song that you just saying was. All I'm good. For was the name. Of the song it was beautiful it was just? Beautiful are you. Going to do your. Own album again. I hope. So I hope so too don't stop writing thank you we don't want to lose your voice of the, great state of Minnesota arrive,.
"billy ocean" Discussed on Working Interferences Dental Podcast for Dentists
"I think we're good last week i blew my song on billy ocean and i really regretted it i lance really i really regretted blowing it personally got ahead another song all queued up and i'm wasted my opportunity i'm billy ocean until i listened to the episode and ellison that song i don't i don't regret it damn thing lance good good for him proud of my choice of get outta my dreams get into my car by billy ocean good for you in the past week i've done zero research frank ocean so i still have no idea so listeners have you got any beef on frank ocean you got anything you can tell us hit us up let us know is he related to billy ocean is he related to danny ocean what's the deal with frank ocean why reminds so many men go nuts over other men we'll be sure to share this with your friends i'm sure you have some other friends that are as demented as you are people you went to dental school with i ran into one of my gross anatomy dissecting partners at the meeting so that was interesting her name is kristen and she's very she's a very sweet lady very i it's a weird to say that because we're like i i would say like she's a very sweet chick but we're like almost forty now so i don't really think i can say that anymore when when when you stop saying chick when i really think we should stop stop stop saying that like at twenty five right probably yeah yeah all right.
"billy ocean" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Helmets we did a lot of football i wanna talk about another sport called music right now and i feel like in years past i've tried to focus to give a little spotlight fifteen minutes fame to billy ocean billy ocean i have said before perhaps the greatest fairly nam anonymous hitmaker in the history of music i mean like level gives us loverboy get outta my dreams get into my car which is a creepy statement if you just say rather than singing it really creepy message to a woman you pull up next year in a car get outta my dreams get into my car she would call nine one one but anyway care being queen jewel the nile soundtrack but i've stumbled onto another wreck was flipping around the seventy station on serious and i came across a little seals and crofts they that even more anonymous for hit making than billy ocean well obviously some breys is one of the big blowing around in his mind and then darling you won't leave yet fifty their third great song right oh they have more than they hits what a song this is the perfect sound for their time perfect because four whatever was gary behind the glass this sound quintessentially seventies to you or do we feel that way if you were to i think that's exactly right forget fleetwood mac forget i don't even know what else if you said what did the seventy sound like it seals and cross drive early seventies then it went to remember dr with old mode damasec this is this was always on the radio to me is good music good feels it feels shit it feels clean gimme the we may never pass away.
"billy ocean" Discussed on Harmontown
"What was what was the son billy ocean did for the jewel of the nile or do the nile was the goal let's go go who tove rough many mountain do the ooh can tell you that do oh my ass cheeks why better sweater billy hey billy can we do that was great can we have a problem we just do the lyrics billy i cannot get one of the really upset about not getting electric avenue yeah yeah he thought he thought that was going to be song gonna be mine i know you billy are you okay now i know i know in your street culture that you don't want to do at the same way twice but street culture liquid we've got we've got a customer to serve so i mean we got a platinum record all half in the can can we just take it from the top all right let's just get this ship done okay i have to go to my mother's house after this one just one thank you one thank you that's before i die one thing this wall is covered in food with your sunday fucking after noon i'm recording here and move my mom's couch building thank you and then when i go hey can you mind moving the pickup truck so i can take my she gives me that look funds best you know i'm done i this this does this contract what the fuck billy we're slowly and looking at your mom's the one that has the problem i like we're happy that you're here.