17 Burst results for "Bobby Darren"
"bobby darren" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"From New York. Hey, I'll tell you what it Zach. A rainy, naked city kind of night. You know, you hear the expression In the old days There was a show called Naked City on TV. That's the way it is now. So I did a little video to welcome you to the show. I'm so excited about tonight Show. And thank you for the feedback. Thank you for being there. Thank you for listening because I have to do research all on. I don't have to, but I make sure I do the research all week long, and I find out these little gems from Frank Sinatra. I never know what's around. This guy was an international superstar like we've never seen like I never knew. I knew him as the Jersey guy, Frank Sinatra. I knew like Hoboken, baby, And when I started to do Frank Sinatra on Saturday Night Live It was like I was watching him. And it was his older when he was in the Statesman mode. If you will, when he was out, and he would be touring around the country and then touring around the world, and then I start digging into the films and the end to the music and everything else. So this week I wanted to concentrate on around the world with Francis Albert because he really hit every international destination. And he was revered. You think Elvis, right? You think the Beatles, right? You think all these superstars? Nothing like the old man rest a rest his soul that wanted my hero, Frank Sinatra. And we're gonna pay tribute as we go around the world, and then I got some special things like, Get wait to do it because I start discovering one, Jim, and that leads to another gem. So I want to just like I always say you gotta pivot a little bit and we're gonna we're gonna highlight Some drummers that are my favorite. You know, I played the drums when you come see me, and we're out of this thing. And believe me, we're gonna be out of this thing sooner than later And we're gonna be all together and we're going to be on stage and then you can see old Joe pee on the drums with the greatest cats in the world. And I'm gonna I'm gonna talk about that in the second hour a little bit if we could, and you're always welcome to call 1 808 48 W A. B C We'll try to take the request. I promise you one week. I think the week after next week will do all request. Richard. We just call in. It's yours will give you the airways. But I found so many gems this week, and we're here and there's so much craziness going on. There's so much craziness and politics, the pandemic. Where are we? What's going on? No one knows what's going on. You know what? Let's just put it all aside for a couple hours right now on 77, the legendary 77 w A b C will your pal Joe pee and we'll celebrate all the greatness of Francis Albert Sinatra. This comes to us from Japan. We're going to go toe Buddha Con Hall in Tokyo. Mr Sinatra was getting to be. He was about 70 years old. This is about 1987, and he just ripped it up sold out in Tokyo. Let's go to Tokyo first, and we'll do a little bit of Bobby Darren's Mack the knife..
"bobby darren" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"Yeah bad man. I am c. three. Po human sidewalk relations high. Amanda tapping from you one at atlantic and sanctuary. You're listening to sifi talk with tony. Collado enjoy page. Kennedy is a man of many talents actor. Rapper and he starts a new movie with jason. Statham rainn wilson ruby. Rose and cliff. Curtis in the meg mega short for prehistoric shark which is very much alive. Here's our complete conversation. I gotta tell you right off the bat when you get the good line in new trailer people are gonna notice so Who got those lines rain. No way no way like how big thing and then wrong. There was like perfect perfect. That's so funny because Some of our friends like when they see media. I'll say wrong and i'm the i'll get it as one word so i don't get why i'm so many because it's me and so any day i'd say like whatever but i really don't get why that line is so funny though. Yeah no totally it it. It's like when you're in. The trailer remain urine. That's definitely cool. Tell me about your character. Dj so dj is drone pilot. He's a row controls. All of the rovers that they use underwater to observe new and unique aquatic life And facility that they all work in comment oh one yeah And my character is the person who you know. It's all of the visuals. Yod he'll of our is new and amazing creatures. The set for man one look pretty impressive. I mean there's clash and stuff like that. I'm sure this green screen may be but What's that like to work there. I guess when you're you're basically inside a lot wells awesome. I mean especially like i out there. We first saw it just the just the. It's just awesome. You know you walk in there and you see it just feel like you're really in this space. You have your wardrobe sitting there. Like i. You know i felt like so else. I really felt like character. Not so like being out of the country in zeeland in wonderful amazing set And with these interesting close on that. I would typically wear. But i like i just. I just felt like i was really this characters. It was great and the glasses. That's a good look for you. Yeah i like. I actually tried to take those classes with but it didn't happen. Yeah but i forgot the with this kind of cash. I mean you know. There's jason cliff curtis Rainn wilson ruby rose. I mean it's a great cash very diverse too which i totally love and It's I got the feeling. Though that the set there was a lot of fun going on. Maybe because our director john yeah. That's such a huge jokes. They're like he's so funny where he and then you put him with. Rain at rain is the exact same way. you did. Have both of those guys and this is this it just says and then everyone kind of gives everybody you know a hard time in a fun way So it's an enjoyable set. So what's it like dealing with essentially something that's not really there. I guess you have to turn on the imagination definitely because We didn't even get tennis ball. Nothing there and that we were looking at. We're just looking at the area and you can our imagination or what we think this thing looks like you know 'cause no one really knew until later. Yeah so what. Was it like when you finally saw the mac. Well when i when. I finally saw awesome. Because we we we saw are the mockup. Because there's a there's a picture of a model of it and The pitcher on the motto of it is so you that you know you just gotta run and go try to put your face in it and take a picture. I mean it's kinda kinda scared even do that. Just 'cause like even those clearly not real is a scary thing to do Because you just don't want to. You don't wanna clue and kill you. Even though as a star. Yeah yeah exactly exactly. No i mean it it. It does look awesome. I mean i travel i. I appreciated the use of bobby darren's beyond the sea. To kind of fit really did The tone of the movie. I mean i will say this that. When i was growing up i loved the monster movie or the shark movie. I went to see jaws obviously in enjoyed that This is much bigger shark as its prehistoric but And i've actually seen skeletons of these. Things are fossils of these things and they are huge. Which town for this movie is a it seems like yet a threat but you guys maybe having a little fun with it bit. You know i mean like like you mentioned beyond the scenes like that them even have in that song plane in. They're kind of that you know and it's just kind of like a fun not taking itself too serious popcorn type movie. There are some some some real Suspenseful moments and and as some really good action. This movie has fun and rainn. Wilson's character very sarcastic and funny so i think i think this is just like a fun movie that you go to your family and and we don't take ourselves too serious or no. I don't think the audience either. Nothing probably usage of that song. Kinda opens you up to say. Oh yeah man. That's charles exactly exactly but from your character. I kind of get the sense of that. He has like a really dry sense of humor. Yeah you know he just. He'll come out with one word. That will kinda summit all up and and you'll go. Yeah he's right. You know that kind of right right. He does have a dry humor. And he's kind of you know kinda like the straight guy until until later until when Or and they really get and it and then stuff is really going down and then you see how would that hilarious now. Physical role for you. somewhat yeah i had to train. We trained really hard for Like a month before..
"bobby darren" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"The punchline hole where a brown tie? I. What Bob being that you're such a Rodney and a Gilbert. Fan. Are you familiar with the cinematic gem? That Co starred Gilbert and Rodney? Gilbert, you want to fill Bob Okay I actually into Rodney Ho to forgive me the one I think was ever a lease. Mb Weli sparks to write me Walis are right. In that actually made at the theaters and the other one was back by midnight which even I have seen. Nor Nor am I now find it Completely He'll find it. I got a question from a listener Bob for you. Oh okay. John Brier. If you could make a bio pic of any sports figure in what role might cast Gilbert as the lead. Wow, that's great. You know what? Okay. If we do we life story of Larry Bird okay or bill Russell. John Havlicek any Celtic Great Gilbert could play the legendary radio Voice of the Celtics Johnny. Most. Johnny this gravelly voice right. Very good. Casting. Now now here's I'll I'm logistics NOLA MA? I can't. Walk. I'm going to tell you I'm gonNA. Tell you a true story bug johnny modes. Okay. He was. He was having some difficulty with his hearing. And he goes to the the EMT and. The Guy Examines ears and the tip of the IFP and broadcasters wear. Pink thing a yeah. Yeah. Sure. Wrapping around your your ear lobe in unsticking in your ear, the tip of it had been lodged in there for God knows how long John Johnny. Johnny's hygiene was not the best. I believe I discovered your problem. Mr. Most. Businessmen plugging your auditory canal in the last six months. Silver. Was the ideal the movie the movie I WanNa be in as where I could go out on the field and go. I consider myself. Asked man no face of the earth. That would play. Well, why if you've been around for would never have gotten? I watched pride of the Yankees. Bob which I was telling you about we talked we'll talk for a minute about these bad bad bio plans and Gilbert's particular bugaboo is the bad. What would you call it Gilbert the bad bio-pic. Seem Oh. They're always scenes. Any bio pic where my favorite my all time favorite is one about. Bobby Darin. Beyond the sea and John, Goodman is Bobby Darren's manager and and Bobby Darrin. Goes Well Kevin. Spacey as Barbie. I might careers, nothing and John. Has. To stand there and go are you kidding bobby? You've won seven Emmys five. Academy. Award. Your. Dodge. Triple Platinum, which is never been done before and. A whole listing of every fact of Bobby Darren's career. I never was a soap opera fan but my mom when I was a kid, my mom would watch soap operas and even then and like eleven or twelve I figured out what they had to do. They had to catch people up. In case, they had missed a few episodes. So so here it'd be some some woman sitting across from the male lead lead say, and she said, well, you remember how difficult last year was for me and then he'd say, yes, you're daughter left home and you haven't been able to find her new fell and had him Nesia for six months so You missed that portion of your life, and then your husband left you and you took up with the bartender but that didn't work out very well. So yes, of course I recall how difficult one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, three was for you. But here we are now in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, four, and you started a new job your general. Hospital? It's not the normal kind of dialogue that people engage over lunch I. Love when I two characters sit down and one says to the other. Okay. You're Bob Lane and you're a doctor. Lost Your job as a doctor because you're up your alcohol. Now me. I'm a bank robber and. supported. There's some pretty bad exposition like that in the Babe Ruth Story, which I watched again. Nice to see. Fred. Mertz by the way turning up in the babe. Ruth Story. Fred Merge William Frawley played the first manager be. Baltimore right there on the trade. That's right. Yeah. That's right and has aligned when he's when the. Pumpkin him and they tell him to put his arm in the in the the little luggage carrier on the right on the train and he says, don't you realize you're pitching a game against the world champion Connie Mack's Philadelphia as later to. Ask like seventy words. You're among the dog rescue seen Oh. Yeah. That's one of the movies that are so bad. Okay. It's so bad. Yes entertaining in just because of how atrocious it is will William Bendix the suited whether Babe Ruth really called shot at Wrigley Field in the world series in one, thousand, nine, thirty, two. You know it's kind of depends on your perspective. Some of the last remaining survivors had different ideas about it, and then some grainy old film showed up and it made it look like he was sort of motioning out toward the pitcher and then motioning toward the cubs dugout but not emphatically pointing out into the distance center field. But if you watch William, Bendix step out of the batter's box and he pointed zippy was pointing toward the Moon, not just sort of feel bleachers and then of course, he he homers out in that direction but my favorite scene actually the early scene links to the later one. He hits a line drive during batting practice and who knows why. But there's a little dog on the field. Ball the ball strikes new dawn. Okay and naturally the babe being the open heart thumb that he was runs to the dawn's aid scoops up the dog forgets about the game and sprints to the nearest hospital in full uniform to try and save the dogs light. So he walks in the doctor says, Babe will do the best. We can. They patched the dog up and the dog survived now fast forward fifteen years or whatever it is. Nine. Has has throat cancer, and so they they will him into the operating room and he looks up and who is the doctor the guy who doubled as a.
"bobby darren" Discussed on Gilmore Guys
"Pop is so off key and fly it really straining older all this episode three seven marvelous radio the culture or now puff around the culture. Whatever the hell it's called and you're the Antioquia matchmaking. And that actress Chita Rivera. Just like you stop Jerry Lewis from doing a raisin in the sun not as excited as I was for that Malaysia Twat with Vincent Presidential Merman till the Schlafly. Yeah she world besides astroid. Sammy Davis Junior. But that's why we love you. We had the boys are awesome. You read Walter Winchell last night did you read. Watch Walter winchell it escaped me Phyllis Schlafly. Who's a major sort of off screen presence in this and now we can all Imagine Cate Blanchett? Who's playing her on Mrs America On? Hulu coming in a few months baby event of the century mark as on. I will watch the fuck. Donald Glover did the theme song for it. Really Mrs America. Yeah he did it all right awesome. Thank you for being writing to leave when I say staff podcast for your memoirs my memoir keep threatening to leave when I saved up seventy border guessing. GonNa leave when I say no. That's very fair. The Ethel Merman Vincent Price menage-a-trois. I do like when they play the game of. Oh Sophie Lennon's a sex is horny. Yeah all the time and I like that better than like. Oh I'm just dumb person who doesn't know how anything works. You know constantly having weird sex. She Got Clinton from Desi Arnez. Great rough sex with Wesley. And the previous episode Jerry Lewis playing role in raisin in the sun and all black cast very interesting and also believable maybe on some level for for that point in time. Yes bye bye Birdie and then frigging. Sammy Davis Junior. Where the boys are. Bye Bye Birdie gets brought up a lot. I feel like I was watching it. I was thinking of of That segment and how often would come up the sheer amount of times? I say bye. Bye Birdie yeah well. It's such a literal fashion joke. They love bye. Bye Birdie Birdie replete rinky boats boats. Yeah repeat boots one of those things. And the the last two episodes of the season three seven. Three eight remind me like. Oh they're not like Pasadena. Tv people even though they've worked in TV for like decades there Ian musical either nerdy. Yes like this is. This is what they care about. And when they have like their off period when they weren't doing any of these shows or they're like between Gilmore between bun heads and this and kind of like that fallow period when they would do interviews. They would just talk about the stuff they've seen recently on Broadway like nothing. I didn't care for Blah Blah Blah. I would love it. They were the only prominent celebrities in the world. That would go on record saying like Hamilton. Not For me didn't care for the way they risk with this like they're they occupy the space that musical theater like nerd like as a cultural phenomenon. Takes up like if if there's a Scifi world on that exists in television. That's like a huge fan base and the theater nerd like group is is represented by Amy Sherman. Palladino she has occupied will occupy that space. That type of humor. That type of like you know people who do set people who do choir show choir in Salt Lake or whatever like that group of people is represented by a ESPN. I wonder if when Glee came out. They were like what the fuck is this. I was houseware Leones. Just GonNa say Glee came out what the fuck is surely is like you know because I was like oh a musical television show. We haven't done this cop rock. Maybe it'll be good. Yeah Cop rock is a police musical show by thinks Stephen Bochco go onto make NYPD blue or it's the guy did hillstreet anyway is the guy who did crime procedural. Well what if I made it in my title? I'm a fan of musicals. I'm a fan of Kim. A meal fan my mom. Oh my fan but But yeah I I guess it's them and then maybe like some of the Ryan Murphy's to even though it's not glee may like the politician occupies that for some people just from like cassie on it. But what else do you think would like belong to this sub genre on TV right now because it's not even specifically like they're making me. It's like it's not even show like about stand up but it's like even in the amount of Miss Julie that we see it's like it's not even the theatre joked it's they just know the work they are of the world so well so it's like everyone's rea- like they just know what he's going to go to the US liar. It's like this type of humor. That exists in late. Show we heard. Yeah like Hammy nerd world that I grew up with in Minneapolis and like the public schools in there. So many kids who did like theater arts and stagecraft and went to ren fair and did double double sticks like that type of humor is so representatives. Afc World it's like she does it to the best of. It's like the apex of its charming. Where you'd get tired of it and personally if a dude was like okay you know like like it was the Tucson high musical numbers marriage toward that really tied together in the way but I mean specifically the sense of humor like that. It's like this corporate like I dunno like pre office sort of humor. I know what you're saying. You know what she's saying. Yes random random K. E. that type of thing not touching that one with I'm not touching that one with the tuber dramatic not touching that one Mile Lady. You know. That type now does beg the question. Would this show be better suited? Authenticity wise? If instead of stand up comedy Midge. Mazel was going to be like a trailblazer in the musical theater. Community of New York City. It would be much harder to depict. It would be much harder to like system that because this is all about her being a like a a woman in a man's world whereas acting is not no but I'm saying there's a composer. What if she was like the first Oh Gosh struggling to name a woman composer from Broadway. Who did fun Home Janine to sorry? That's her name when she was like the Janine to story of the nineteen sixties writing musicals. Yeah I'm just I mean. Obviously kind of damage on would not buy this. It would not sell. It'd be so hard to market but in terms of like what the Palino's no in his DNA. Yeah rather than like my father. Did BORSCHT belt stand up? So I guess I get it would be fun. Amazon would not buy I would. I think it's like what's what's movie. Yeah that would be a great move. Yeah that'd be great. What's cool about like approaching it from stand-up Lens and then still going into that theater? World is like for somebody people who like aren't of that sensibility. Arnett that sense of humor. It's a way of like I think they have a good mix of like this is how other people see Theater. And then they also slip in the humor of and for those who are in it. Here's what it is really like. Well I think what's really special about the some of the music choices they do are like so strangely on the nose. Like what we did Bobby Darren's beyond the sea when we go to Florida or like what if we do pennies from heaven twice in the Vegas emphasis and then the ones are like singular and unique are the ones that are needle drops essentially from musicals and like. Oh why would you? You would not use that in like a dramatic television show generally so long farewell. Yeah in only goes to the LUMBERJACK Lee. Right yeah or the end of it Or when they do like they've done music man needle jobs really sometimes like a little more esoteric stuff. That isn't so recognizable that gives it like such an interesting texture to Barbra streisand in the first episodes right. Yeah that's exactly what I'm thinking too. So yeah it'd be interesting. They have an overall deal with the Amazon. They bought the rights to some other book from the sixties which felt like. Oh you're going to adapt that as well like a word just saying. Hey We'd love the K. Or something it was like well. They have the costumes. Let's just let's ride this train I gotta I gotTa Google this so I know exactly what I'm talking about But they did. Also it was announced. I don't know if it's still happening or not the DA's remember last summer they were talking about doing gypsy. Finally doing like a Gypsy film adaptation. Another maybe starring Melissa McCarthy which I don't think would be the best pick for here yeah I.
"bobby darren" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Forecast from the WGN Chicago weather center, high of just. Forty two today with strong winds under cloudy skies off and on light rain, and maybe even a little wet snow and areas for north and northwest will dip into the upper thirties during the pre dawn hours of Thursday, otherwise cloudy and breezy Thursday will reach the mid sixties, south suburbs. We'll see seventy degrees on Thursday, right down mostly cloudy and thirty six at O'Hare. It's thirty six at the lakefront downtown on Vic Vaughn in the WGN newsroom. Ready to join the conversation live whenever story changes on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN. Welcome back everybody, Nick Gilio here on seven twenty WGN. We're live in the AllState skyline studio we're here until five AM. And yeah. We're here every weekday morning. One AM to five a m three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number for talk and text wildcard Wednesday year. And who requested that what was that for Welker Wednesday. So that was sandy requesting Bobby DARREN'S Abilene..
"bobby darren" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell
"So here we got it about how he should've been nominated or sometimes it dances around not really, actually. So now, I get worried that my film a star is born got nominated for best picture very excited to be apart of that lots of Typos congratulations to the one and only lady Gaga foot nomination for best actress she really deserves. It Bradley was not nominated for best direction. You know, what to fucking bad? I mean, he got nominated for best actor, which is what he's really known for Cup of Boll movies. And then he could get best director thing. Well, couple more movies, and then he could get best director thing. Anyway. At the end of the day, Bradley is a great actor and did a very nice job with the directing lots of luck to all yours and then three pictures of him taken by himself. That's nice. That's nice. The I knew a lady Gaga every time. I took out my prick. She went talk Z. Right. That sounds like a nice that sounds like a classic. Dash a rough one Joe. Yeah. But it rough. Well, you know that sounds like a classic die show. The. Yeah. It's it's and by the way rested piece to Kevin Barnett wanna try. Well, I'm gets this is going to circle back into self easy to second. Okay. It's very sorry to hear about his passing. Nice kid. Great kid funny, kid, very talented at a lot going on not you know, we weren't close friends or anything. But I was like seeing him, and he was always, you know, lit up a room edit a little fun to the party. And I'm sad to hear that he passed. Sincerely. But what is so shocking to me is amongst the tributes that he should be getting online where people are showing pictures of him in saying rest in peace. I'm heartbroken all that sort of stuff. There are people now post to and they do this with everybody that ever dies ever. They're posting pictures of them with other people. Okay. That's different. No, not even with him. Yeah. With other people. He's not even in the picture. And then saying like r I p Kevin Burnett. Hang onto your friends while you got him. And then posting pictures of them with friends. It's people stop it. You're sick. You're sick. I disagree. I can't this mine. God almighty, let a man's memory live for day. Yeah. On Instagram without showing something that about you and your own my God. Anyway. Folks. Let's bring it over to Kevin Spacey now on Christmas day this sociopath. We're way way behind on this one way through the looking glass with Spacey, but we should've mentioned this a lot sooner. I assume you saw if you haven't dig it up on YouTube, but Spacey rumbled together a little crew a little budget and on Christmas day. He drops video of him portraying Frank booth from the house of cards not Frank booth. That's blue velvet Frank under- would from the house of cards show. And he's basically hinting that he's guilty. But you love him for molesting boys. So he's like. Yeah. You sure perhaps I'm out of done the things they say, but that's exactly what you'd want me to do, isn't it? And it's like excuse are you confessing to well he for as as a care? He flip flops the first he goes, he goes, some people believe anything they hear any. And you're like, oh, he's saying he's not guilty goes. But let's face it. You want a man with a little dirt on him. Yeah. Like, wait. So we did. Yeah. What kind of dirt? It's a wild tape. I sit on Nikki as a baking eggs while. He does it to weirdly, like he's like, no, he's carving the Turkey, isn't he? Oh, that's what it was the thanksgiving Turkey. Yeah. You'd like to call me up to wouldn't you shit on Icke Glazer's radio show. It is the craziest thing I've ever seen. He might as well have had the Gwyneth Paltrow head in the box. If seven sitting next to old friend with it was so fucking nuts now. Kevin don't pick. If you're trying to do an endearing you want me back video don't pick a bad guy character. Yeah. Y'all won't be back. Don't you Franken food? It's like no good say, you're Kaiser so say you want me to do one of the who's one of the nice. I can't even always just plant Astles. Bobby DARREN'S, he'll end the main less to burn them from American Beauty. I lost it after my daughter's fifteen year old bridge..
"bobby darren" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast
"Did a lot of like Jim routines to a lot of very fast. Jim routines where we were squatting on that on comfor- uncomfortable. What else is their own cone? You know, what else is uncomfortable? Flawless transition question number. Nope. I see your number. I think it's vision. What else is uncomfortable is the third top ten song of all time number three of all time from nineteen fifty nine. Bobby DARREN'S Mack the knife. You know what? Great zone back some. I mean, I probably him MAC them couldn't identify it. Like if you said Mack the knife right now, don't no this is like this plastic like. Like dinner music. Yeah. So yeah, I remember reading in the past that like Mack the knife was like one of the most popular songs of all time is MAC, a guy is it an actual pocketknife named MAC is it are you doing is is the verb is MAC the verb. Are you mcing the nice like like, hey, you MAC the night? Oh, man. I'd forgotten by gangsters name. It's too. I'll be two times. He's got to. Just got thumbs just a hand with thumbs on him. No, I think it's actually gangsters name. He's the knife. I only because I think in the song refer to it as he's MAC than and I think it's actually a violent song. I think he dies at the end. I could be wrong about that. Everyone's really, great like dinner music. Yeah. You're getting your your mashed potatoes in the in the buffet line and singing MAC the night. Our number two song of all time nineteen ninety nine. Oh. Featuring rob Thomas.
"bobby darren" Discussed on Here's The Thing
"He was incredible stuff. He just died like Brian. He wants play Jones beach a few years ago. He had no money. You take a taxi back to Manhattan. I said, I'll get you a limo. This is how bad it was for these guys go down bell who's the sexiest woman. Again, I think who is sexy, Peggy league was the nicest, too sexy and classic Iowa doing this show with her at the woman ice skating rink uses was the food. I said, why sponsors shape a be go to case a beer when address room? No, no, I got an orchestra here. Send somebody out. Here's two hundred bucks to this place was famous in Times Square to get hot dogs for everybody in the band. She was great. I want to go into too much details about drugs in your business, but my friend, thanks to a concert and famous metal band, big hairband, and we're standing there talking and the show's about to start and you hear in the stars dressing here. Than here. The voice clicks in all there. He does too big rails and he's ready. The door opens. He throws the scarf as he's like, let's go. And he's ready to go. Is that your business is that part of your business? The gotta get their motivation should go couple of people once in a while would say, hey, I got a bit dust me up. Dust me up and I go, what do you want? Jimmy Smith yoga play. I was planning showed him and I go in later on in life. Hey, man, you got any coke Jimmy. That was twenty years. He was bit, but I don't see any more. Sexy women. I kind of think of sexy women, I mean a love, my wife, but who is sexy was a chick. I gotta think about that Stevie nicks. Carly, Simon, she? Yeah, she was. Long legs gun is grace slick. I think it was off camera here. We'll talk about who would figure it out. Is this a new chick sedation Monet's supposed to be pretty safe? I guess the sexiest woman today's beyond saying, well, I tell you what Christy Turlington. She sing people that came in. Maybe she can't see back when. And then when you were twelve years old, it was like the kit Zabel boys. You Billy's mother-in-law, Michelle Phillips. There's one was gorgeous gorgeous. What was it aiming to ban? Mama's. That's it. Lou Luella recite on that money. My brother is married to her to China and China's daughter. Brooke is a carbon copy of Michelle. Scary. Looks like Michelle. When we go out, we'll go out with the the, but I wanna say, thank you for doing this. Thank you. You are. Time we with the man still doing the John's bay. So you still doing shit too. We're going to do this. That's what we do. We get up in the morning, and that's what we do. I tell my wife that it's fortunate that my wife now doesn't have. We don't have the relationship. I feel it's really terrible for me feel that way. But I love like crazy. She loves me. It ruins lives, but it, you know, the business came first xactly like Kazan said in that movie, that was a job would all to do that. We didn't ask questions. Rondell, sir. As he and I discussed, we're going to take the show out on Bobby DARREN'S beyond the sea, but Ron wanted to pay tribute to the songs writer too. So we'll start with the version by Charles trae the song and the chords are the same, but listen to the melancholy tinge strings and harp instead of brass and percussion. Doubt. My. Me. The show. Casts just. We will be. Never. Again that one verse is the only thing that makes it a love song will kiss just as before and never again, I'll go sailing that's missing in today's original. It's just the singer and the song I wonder which one Ron prefers. Rondell the man who promoted the rock acts that you love your children and your grandchildren love. This is Alec Baldwin and you're listening to, here's the thing. Done.
"bobby darren" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"That the winning cries for winning the first championship of the acts during league so the pizza a twenty percent of coupon crews now it was thirty five hundred dollars yeah we're not well that's the big my we're not going to be doing that here yet not yet all right let's get outta here we will have old guy radio when we return i'm tony kornheiser you're listening to the tony kornheiser show this is guy radio for the day the show i just think bobby darrin was one of the more major talents of my life this is the first big crooner hip that he had mack the knife in terms of critical commentary a rockstar he had had split splash was his total sort of campy rock tune then he had beyond the which was a great too giving dream lover right this one is actual name is walden robert casado i think i don't think it's bobby darren's his mother pretended to be his sister it was one of those in house deals that that was scandalous in the forties this out of them came out fifty nine years ago he was a rock star he wanted to be frank sinatra and he was he achieved that died very young like late thirties early forties or something like that used to go on the johnny carson show i really did you i even liked clean the hop yes iraq's yard until he did this kevin spacey movie about him is quite good.
"bobby darren" Discussed on The Axe Files with David Axelrod
"And he you know so he was a tough tough guy grown up in the bronx and now finishing college going out to california to try to become an actor alternately became an agent had a really interesting career managed harry belafonte and it can fell out with belafonte over there were other things like money but you know they were issues around civil rights in belafonte uh you know activities in civil rights movement which my dad didn't always understand an end to their was that was an interesting dynamic but rohan and martin who did laugh yen and francorussian red buttons and bobby darren so my dad had this really interesting career he was in vegas and met my mother actually introduced by the comedian bob newhart my mother was really singer spiring dancer and so you know so they met each other and then they lived out in vegas and my father became a theatrical producer and i spent a lot of time on broadway as a kid is the son of a of a theatrical producer even though we grow up in los angeles and my mother my mother inro probably you what what kinds of shows said he purdue he did deeded camelot and my fair lady in 1988 e one those are the revivals of those shows he did he it's funny i sent you that picture 'cause you guys looked headed yes some similarities with your suggestion in nineteen no seventy i want to save seventy four he declarants darrow with henry fonda and they brought that to washington and i remember george mcgovern was there and i just discovered 'cause i'm good friends with tim shriver his parents arjun and younis shriver in a picture meeting my dad because i'm creating a book about my dad and so they had this thing it kennedy center that was a kind of a heady thing from my dad my dad loved mini love politics from afar but he loved the hedonists of of world affairs in washington and nothing pleased him more and he was a big adviser to me and my career in nothing nothing impressed him more than you know that the idea that i had this front row seat to history that i knew presidents and kings is he would say did you uh you you must have known say henry fonda you must have met him in yeah dr said he were i was young yeah richard burton i met.
"bobby darren" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Out that john heard a glidden get now ranked gin and now madam is h has banned a movie your way i'm describing it is a better mukinyu attributed show like nobody's business defending is defending ago that take away is do not see from the ready partners but do see the elephant mad and love and death on long island but the the one thing that might want to have you take a look at from the hip is the the defendant here in one of these cases is a professor accused of killing a prostitute with a hammer i'd add say the icrc that every day yeah and i said i let me let me forge ahead here with some of our favorite character actors in this this this next sean was seen gape porn no out of just after we got at his shellfish at this gentleman died uh far too soon this is um uh the late bill paxton yes asti one and that was suchman unsurprising and apparently he'd had um he'd had the difficulty since he was a child at some of robotic fever all that weakened his heart which i think was the same situation with bobby darren all i'm not mistaken i yum from fort worth another musician had a new wave band called martini ranch i love that as i said that you research these guys and you find all the cool stuff yeah n he will he will remain very young looking yes uh yet james cameron directed him in a music video for his band and that's how they forged a relationship as other and then two years later he cast him in terminator and than aliens and he became a star a james cameron theater company of law in my god acts than with terminate which is terminator aliens and albanians untrue raise rates centralized i guess he is used uh yeah titanic you mentioned i tanic of course assigned scientist of course and a big big love which not james gambling love freight great show refik show h i love him in a movie called one false move uh which is a um a thriller the people should see apollo thirteen of course tombstone and a movie you like of talking about a simple plan very good moby yeah yes sam raimi yeah that was one of those movies side you know each one of those.
"bobby darren" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"For not playing gigs that worn integrated yeah i mean you know little did i know the trouble was caused by saying that i had a good idea what a great idea oh yeah that'll go over big down he health you've got to take my man you know i was there and and if you if you're on comfortable talking about this felix i'll just cut it out of the show because we're not live was there an incident in florida that that that uh and i haven't i haven't heard you speak about it i i did a little digging that partly inspired people got to be free no no no at them e knowledge just partly any spire me taking up martialarts how what k oh okay all yeah well long here in the south in the '60s and you read it that iran at the some trouble while you know was dino's fall in always let's stop there syed over there you know oh boy now the bobby kennedy assassination then met dried bobby darren nutty for a while i don't know well he was close to a woman in a lotta people john frankenheimer was was was yet render his and was working with the campaign nice a new book out right now that uh you know i'm i'm i'm reading right now i mean who who knows what would have happened if he had you know made it a little further into the into the history united states he certainly has good ideas as for sure will that song to not only took off that wouldn't want to number one but it went it was big in hong kong it was big in south africa i mean that's on was really embraced yes and as something i've always been proud of you know because like you know when they knocked the berlin wall down they play people got to be free yes in other that had the feel great it does feel great it really does and springsteen said earlier that that the that that had with the song would never be surpassed in terms of wealth and that was that that's that had the feel good too.
"bobby darren" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Um she's really not supposed to be very good so why are you aspiring to be her and i think that's why i'm drawn to it because to me sally bowls singing you're right with the exception of liza minnelli who is an incredible singer in that movie it's that idea of like when i was a kid in high school i used to turn out all the lights in my bedroom and in the dark saying and pretend that i was singing in front of a in like a jazz club or something and just expressing myself and it kind of has nothing to do with with being a great singer it has everything to do with with just like leaving your heart on stage and that to me is what it if that simi what i like about it like in these cavalry's that i do it it's different it's honestly differ music every time and different songs because it's whatever is kind of of speaking me in any particular moment that's can and make me have that that feeling of of laying my beating heart on stage um jonathan grove it's just been great to talk with you thank you so much it's such an honor to get to talk to you jonathan graf recorded in october a couple of weeks after the release of the net flicked series mind hunter in which he stars as an fbi agent all ten episodes are available for viewing the show's been renewed for second season later this month he'll do a salute to the songs of bobby darren at new york's ninety seconds street why lyrics and lyricists series and that wraps up our holiday series tomorrow on fresh air we get back to new interviews and talk about alzheimer's disease what we know about how the disease attacks the brain and destroys memory and what researchers are investigating that might delay its onset and reduce the damage it causes my guest will be british neuroscientist and researcher joseph jebali author of the new book in pursuit of memory the fight against alzheimer's i hope you'll join us.
"bobby darren" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Ted mckinley he always comes in and mops up he's the closer for all tv shows and took on they call him tony they make jokes about his big bali you'll ended up on spot they do that no no they don't address at the keep this review go in you tell the scrip price you write descript exactly sent insane same just go hissein we don't say anything we just go ahead he comes walking as no accent says hey boss have i like that that's that's all this he goes in the strike zone yeah hey pound break break same everyone would watch it and i says it now they do the same with house a carts and i just get rid of spacey in goes in ten against him again who else doing chelsea list scotch had a phased out here for men well i'm sure you've heard about this at all so i i've asked started hearing stories about kevin spacey's dad in about his brother and about how ever rod stewart guy the rod stewart impersonator and that his dad was like some that pedophile nazi or something like crazy bears if you would coperation stories economies east north but you want to put that in a job not nazi mentally ill officials heels nazi pedophile well the always go pedophile nancy i might also be worth pointing out just because we did a similar story went around the wind seen time at family guy episode from several years ago feature steuea running through a mall naked screaming i just escaped forgiven species basement hell yes look at look up his dad and what's gone but the at the story was as his dad was horrible kevin surda became an empty shell like like just no personality and it strikes me all the greatest actors are the empty shells vessels that the gm carries of the world like all the guys who do all them person air who took him become the filled with it new character yeah he became uh bobby darren bobby dare his front is map the night he he becomes all the guys i work within improv there were when they were being themselves they were zero whwhen so guys like me are horrible i can't do bobby darren for it per share.
"bobby darren" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"I'm doing another underdog type documentary now called still alone frank that is i hope you fog around singing he's a great hey get wearables he's a good thing i take it back light a trash can back in england yeah it's pretty it's gonna be fun he's a character many is one of the bus storytellers i've ever heard he's always great yes i was in an italian restaurant here in allies matteo is on westwood and i was talking to the maitre d' year were were waiting for a table and were the bar and there's some really good music on unlike and they play liking of the classic sinatra andy marte osceola mike who is bob young bobby darren sounds very clyde like frank french francs alone because they're all the time guys great uh he's fantastic i mean he there's no doubt the standard that is yet to ask ours too i it's it's weird it's it's it's there's a there's a thing that he asked overcome obviously like and we we all have that hey you're the karate kid for the rest of your life he still alone he flies brother for the rest is live and then there's some sort of diminishment because your brother half to the an amazing filmmaker and actor and storyteller whatever somehow we have to take a little pound of flesh out of you because your brother lives in a double gated community i can't get to him so we got to come to you i don't get that math it's it's a weird math the guy i talk to silvester stallone about franks the loan for an hour maria monu notices taught us how many names can be drawn telvision diesels yard harrald said alone but but unlike his brother he's perfect like i the most ida.
"bobby darren" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"By knowing keyed however narrowly dare yes there lead here knew he knew this request gotta rheumatic fever as a child and he had just gone to the dentist a before he died and there's something about china there's something about when you go to the dentist and the bacteria from the teeth gone to the heart and it's just a whole that's why you have some really cavities you refuse to tell you that have had i ha what does that other situation with bobby darren to where it was like oh my god with jack nicholson that his sir ready found out that his mother oh yes stewards actually his monza mata another her near your mother was his grandmother i know it was the strangest story that it was like you know you're watching a movie i think can this possibly all be true though it it was true and another part of him that was very special was uh they gave him dunk shane and that was for him to record and he had just taken way newton under his wing and he said now i have somebody i want to record this song and he said they said no no this is this is for you and you have to record this song and he said no either you let wayne newton record this song romley than the label so all way might never enter that's a great story oh darling we have millions of the five not in fact they were in the studio recording wayne newt known daca shame in bobby was producing the record it capital when the publisher called and got a bobby on the phone and told a bobby that uh that.
"bobby darren" Discussed on Sidedoor
"Here's the story above the iraq iraq online few wrongs done a new orleans this is johnny cash playing rock i remind it's about a train engineer who dupes a depot aged to skip paying a fine the engineer swears he's carrying livestock got all but once the train is passed the engineer turns and brags there aren't pigs on this train just lots and lots of pig iron the kind you definitely need to pay a toll for broccoli line is a legendary tune it birthday music craze in the uk and the 1950s becoming a number one hit versions have been done by the likes of bobby darren the weaver's john lennon paul mccartney johnny cash who you just heard but it didn't start out that way jeff places a curator for the folk waste collection the smithsonian's nonprofit record label he says rock island line actually started as a chain gain chant in the prison fields of arkansas jon lomas ramos sean quarter from library of congress he'd help deliver billion prison led billy workers are his is his driver for a short while had uh they were going recording in arkansas political common saying state farm prison cores this group of convicts singing and what they did is the uses of work song feeling of working on shopping would they did sing songs to help coordinate the timing of the shopping.