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"bobby blue bland" Discussed on Pantheon
"I think it's amazing with the you know the biggest artists in the world appointment the sign of the Times came up with doing biggest Komo for some of the biggest commercial would do things like this though now in in that decade. Madonna. Was Somebody who spoke to me more even Your Fun hundred bit scary. But also I love the songs they were always there was bitten Madonna's records that would reach our team together. True blame. There was a bit safer gentler and nostalgic. Prince. It took took a wall I think just my very conservative Welsh background. Young Jude Bing scared of Princeton Madonna I. It's it's. Tiny Embroil Simon sell the line is love. So the lost, the free offerings, all nine. This week is also a victory section and was saying goodbye to. The. Great. Roy. Hedge who died this week now roy head is not household nine, but he was one of the first word convincing. So blue eyed soul singers a white gut came out of Texas into in our family listen to country music. But with lights assigned to the Tourist Don rugby's backbeat label and sort of rarely promoted as as a a white soul guy and we have a couple of pieces one bill Miller writing in June nineteen, Sixty six clouds'll soul magazine here in the about Roy head and he's Of saying this guy. I. Mean he he uses the word Negro as was obviously. In, Seoul magazines era. Until the talks about Roy had been the most convincing. Want singers swing in a kind of. Negro style. But it is he had a huge hit with this record treat her Roy. which is still sounds pretty damn good. I mean it's not as good. It's not bobby blue bland, but it's it's pretty damn good. You do you ever remember hearing that in this demanding remaining six? AM. But. Remember. I shot Lucy remember when I was sharing house Martin Stone from Chili. Peppers in the late seventy s that record was always on that turntable. I didn't probably didn't hear her at the time, but certainly it was it was it was a house hit for good two three years. Yeah. I think like lots of. Blue eyed soul guys from from the American south who? Are Bake I think Roy had then sold went back to country music died. It's a trump supporter now I don't know but. I just treat her right and a number. I don't think an incredibly dynamic stay This kind of wiggling rubble like stumps moves. So he was and he found it quite difficult to recall because when he was in the vocal booth, he would be doing this. And obviously the phone call was coming from right to left anyway. Thank. You know have come of it and. The commitment just love was used in the commitment. His name didn't covering thousands applied code. Yeah. No this. A little bit of. The. Wormhole last night and CSL covenant. Will that's that's fantastic. Gut forgotten that was in She's GonNa. Love you too. If you just read on now. Squeeze Rule Joan. GotTa make feel good. Tail her that you. Know. It's time to talk about the week's new audio I'm going to have subject you. Yeah. Well, it's. It's. Interesting Sonic. Youth in April nineteen, eighty six it's all of them. If you choose to listen to view Rinaldo is to the right Kim is the left I started back in the deepest boys things. Yes. It's interesting what we can listen to a clip under the here that talking about how the she. That name means.
"bobby blue bland" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music
"Pam Lucy. ME. Now that's so good. Smoking downhome blues from ours L.. J. Hill MR Z Z Hill was an American blues singer best known for his recordings and the one thousand nine, hundred, seventy. This is really a great Jim from nine, hundred and sixty. And he's known for his blues from one thousand, nine, hundred, seventy s to early nineteen eighties and he was on Malakal records and and down home he had the soggy did also downhome blues I believe as well. But you know Season Hill was born in Naples Texas on September Thirtieth Nineteen thirty five we lost Z Z Hill early in April April Twenty, seven, thousand, hundred, Dallas Texas and you know a lot of Z Z Hill's records I love I love summit his songs and like I said he's known for downhome Blues and Downhome Blues has been known as the best known Blue Song of the nineteen eighties you know what I'm saying but Z Z Hill. he he toward he was influenced by Sam Cooke. He He also Sang Gospel. The Gospel Gospel Group called the spiritual. But he was heavily influenced by SAM COOKE BB king and Bobby Blue Bland, and he began performing his own songs. And others in clubs in and around Dallas Texas and you know he was encouraged. They said by Otis Redding who had seen him perform. And and he joined his brother Matt Hill was a pro budding record producer Los Angeles in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, three, and he released his first single called. You were wrong and it spent one week at number one, hundred on the billboard hot one, hundred and nine, hundred, sixty, four as easy. Hill quickly signed with Kent records you know and you know. He left Kent Records in Nineteen Sixty Eight, and he briefly recorded for Bill Walden's Capricorn Label Phil Walden was also a business partner of Otis. Redding. And Capricorn Label was based in Macon Georgia but he moved on and he returned to California record for his brother's label and he started recording some songs like don't make me pay for his mistakes and you know I need someone you know and he also did you know that song that Joe Simon did the choking kind it ain't no use you know but he still continued on. And he side with Columbia records and he did. Disown called love is so good when you're stealing it, which spent eighteen weeks on the billboard rb chart in the summer of Nineteen, seventy seven, and then after he left Columbia records, we he returned south and he side with Malakoff records and that discontinued him to get the prominence that he's so deserved in. The Blues and the category of Blues. Music, and this is a SOLO WE CELEBRATE THE LEGENDARY MR Z Z hill coming up next week. I'll give you. I still say this song is is a a is a song will make you dance called to it by Billy Shah rain a right. You heard me Billy Shah Ray talk about do it baby and this is a bowl of. This is your girl racy and you are tuning in to profess a Taylor a bowl of so a mixed do of so music. Yeah. took. Live. John. Company. Each. That's enough. Could. took. Can. accept. took. Good. took. US Sub. So popcorn..
"bobby blue bland" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO
"I had a chance to go to Japan. Of Europe I an opportunity to go to Canada and other plus radio. And I said next time next time, and it never happened so now. I wish I could've took those up until it's not to lick. Yeah, yeah, well, hopefully hopefully this date takes off, and I would like to do a Rhodium radio tour with a lot of the artists dubber on here. So other than that I always like to ask everybody man, what is one thing you like to watch on TV inventing? The having the have nots. was that can have and the have nots okay I've heard of. Song Own, okay also like. Queen of the south. In a word what I've been checking that out. Of In check out you know which one I haven't seen this kind of embarrassing. I watched that one What's that one about Oh Man, it's A. Dj Huma. You may have to help me with this one is the one about. Pablo Escobar knuckles while I'm watching that too right one I seen, but I have year to see the medical one. Have you seen that one yet? I saw the first episode. I'm watching that with with some friends. Okay, the narcos. I was watching Narcos Mexico. Yeah, about one or two absolute in. They said don't wash that started articles so. We have a group watch. narcos season two episode six okay I I like the person, the first narcos, the medical one. I have not yet seen I. think started watching one like the first one I turned it off, but I lied to catch up and it's kind of everybody's pretty much. Always seen. You know but I like watching shit like that. Watching a lot of documentaries. I like watching a lot of you. Know I like watching. TV when I have the time you know, but other than that. You know what people get to know exactly who you are. Were you raised in? Compton company Kellyanne you. Did you move around? We always? They're always there yet from Yes. Sasol's Wendy result, okay yeah. And your family's originally from California. No, my father's from Mississippi. My mother's from. Texas or care fourth okay fathers from. Mississippi. hallward. You're not a dallas. Cowboy fan you. Know I like Rams Raiders ochre. Well long the rams I don't really care for the raiders and a lot of people buddy gonNA talk rap on the chat line, but it's all good Dallas Cowboy Fan. Even though I'm originally from some. Other than that big, a lot of brothers and sisters or a I have a three three sisters Oh Kanye as nice as my growing up. You believe the instruments at all. Play the saxophone for. One Year and. I got a D. I was better than that. I played pretty good, but I got a D. in the class. And so I just stopped playing it. All right. Before, we went live. We were talking about you into the me high. Brainy Sports. Played, football okay pretty good. Yeah? It was good on JV T. Played Van, but Greg Townsend was there to already at the same time. Expanding because multiple compton data go compton high, or they go to Sotero. Doing. Okay I mean it's best place. Yeah. Yeah Now. Let me ask you. This. I like to ask everyone. That I interview as far as what type of music would you say you were raised with at home? I usually like to try to see what shape and molded you in the direction you wind it on line as far as music is concerned. So, what did you grow up with? Early on I remember listening to the Blues. beat the B bb King. We had a cousin that played bass for Bobby Bland. Y So. You know so I. Guess That's why there was some blues in house, and maybe because it was so negative, made my father ticket out the houses Kaz I remember hearing in. Okay I. Remember sitting in from These have the TV with the components date next to it the turntable. In s remember sitting sitting there and listen to like. Rock the boat and resolve rectal. That was like a hit for a long time and I. Remember like a junior high just. This. Just might. Just motown stuff and Monday you say that about? Bobby Blue Bland because I remember. I was in Louisiana. To be more specific I WANNA say because I stayed in two places. We had a show and we went to go visit. My friend High-seas family after his family new rules and in and. GotTa just had it new rules and. It it'll come to me. Baton Rouge bedrose and we were performing, and we were having sound chicken across from us. theater is tonight bobby bland. and. I remember I'd always heard his name. You know I was I was like twenty two years old time. We performed after that they all went back to the room and I went into a bar ticket. And I saw him perform and I really enjoyed the whole vibe, the whole atmosphere of course I was getting fucking and everything, but I enjoyed that she so I enjoy all kinds of music, and that's why I like to see. What type of music you grow solutions pretty much blues and Yet, motown but I. Actually I did the first blues rap. Really Yeah. You did your own little chills album. Okay, ain't no love loss the. Some ceiling. 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"bobby blue bland" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"For the same music southern born blacks outnumbered hillbillies in the shop so the radio was tuned to either of Cleveland's two AM rhythm and blues stations in the music both groups though went to pass the time I'd sing along as I did one day two chains of love Bobby blue bland's hit single that summer three o'clock in the morning baby the moon is shining bright sitting here wondering where it's three o'clock in the morning let me check the more I.
"bobby blue bland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Room looks like a thirty four year old black guy with a beard and round glasses the George musician has worked as a songwriter and producer for about a decade he calls this sound trailer trap modern hip hop meets modern country both genres he grew up listening to block a brown actually recorded the get up a year before the hip hop country hit old town road broke records and dominated all the music charts for months both songs are brought up interesting conversations about race and country music infamously initially old town road was removed from the Billboard country charts when it was deemed quote not country enough when Bob brown was asked about being a black man making something new out of two existing John Rhys Lago brown told time magazine quote if you go back to country music you can find people that are already holding those elements from Bobby blue bland to George Strait it's so much greatness out there I don't know how people are put in categories but it's history repeating itself the song itself is ridiculously catchy and infectious is Blanco brown's description of what he hopes the get up gives to its listeners so today with some good vibes here's black or brown from an interview he gave to the media company genius you could be going to anything you put on this record it to make you smile you could be at the lowest moment in your life and just know that if you get up and do some you can change the circumstances and that's where music is about to me it ain't about no drugs no alcohol no shooting no net and kids can listen to it have fun do whatever you like when I first got the track Muhammad brought a lapse the a to the studio and I started messing around with it and I had never played last there before and that's only like a tomb a good time over AT and I'm a one quart bar Frank and then I kind of made the the loop and I got into doing that I was a light the song is so joyful I got to make some lyrics that feel just as a side note joy and dance to me is kind of like the same bang you know because my joy come from the church and when people got too often I got a new job around the joy in the wreckage was telling me you know me if I give people a little directional it what I want to do then I can make like two thousand nineteen to them twenty eight your break the heart of some no sign just some cheer for you know call to get up but it also you get at one time in a song so dedicated to my grandmother get up be joyful fact.
"bobby blue bland" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Intel eighty Bobby blue bland is good for the show is good for the soul and damn it is good for the country as far as I'm concerned this is also a good look at your face the great you know her that's all four have you know never we you know when I you know you bring a return music gonna every now and then I'll look at you in you mean I didn't know who it is and then I go to the phone and download and there you go and you're welcome and I are going to breeze knows you do we also appreciate this each and every that could be a rant it could be a rave but it's always something good that we like to call seven the last word I'm going to start my last word tonight boogie causes and I can't believe that he has become a sympathetic figure because I never thought that would happen he suffered a torn A. C. L. Y. working out the give rated played for the Los Angeles Lakers this season it is the third serious injury that he suffered in the last twenty months it's going to kill he's a quad injury and now this boogie cousins for the longest time if you told people that he would be a likeable sympathetic figure there to laugh you laugh you out of the room because he had never had that kind of personality that allowed people to believe that about him but he was seen so much how he's been able to work hard and not just being a better basketball player being a better team player but being a better person we've seen that in spades on and off the basketball court involving his personality there were so many people not only in the NBA but outside the NBA twenty people though never part.
"bobby blue bland" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"To the factory where we unloaded. One hundred pound sacks from freight cars piling them onto wood pellets. But our lives up to that point could not have been much more different. He was about a decade older came to work by bus sent by day labor agency in the thick strong arms that reflected time spent in prison. I drove the old Ford. My father had bought me a streamed to lift knowing that if I failed I'd reflect badly on my dad, given his executive ruled in the front office. We learned by chance of our shared enthusiasm for the same music. Southern blacks, outnumbered hillbillies in the shop. So the radio was tuned to either of Cleveland's two AM rhythm and blues stations it amused. Both groups though when to pass the time I'd similar law did one day to chains of love. Bobby blue Bland's hit single that summer, three o'clock in the morning, baby. The moon is shining bright sitting here wondering where you beating them. It's three o'clock in the Mona. And Shannon Brown. Oh. Let me check. The moon is shining. Jeff sudden. Can you be? I learned that before.
"bobby blue bland" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And I'd like that when it came out at all wet squarely on just like the I love those things. I mean, there's different singers techniques fascinated by I used to love. Bobby blue bland, you'll see? It sounds like it was clearing his throat. It sounded like an Al green has a. And these are thing is so much voice. Compared with me. I like singers who kind of tries. It sounded like always I was kind of a kind of nervous thing to the way he sang that I really loved and it felt very human. And there's something very beautiful about that. And that's probably why we're able to respond to music and other languages without understanding what's being sung. We're maybe fascinated by where the emphasis lies in a kind of music that uses either a different rhythm or a different scale. So it's always surprising. And the Tom Brady of the voice as you can tell yearning in it or a a sense of joy or a sense of lament. I can listen to religious music in the same without necessarily believing the same thing that the singer is I can listen to gospel musical Cantos, or you know, whatever recordings is just it's what the p the singer believes. And which of these songs, would you say came to you most fully. And when I say fully, I mean, maybe it's even just the idea or the instrumentation and not the instrumentation. That's a different thing that was the instrumentation, and they orchestration of these sounds was very walls sort of.
"bobby blue bland" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And I'd like that when it came out at all wet squarely on just like the I love those things. I mean, there's different singers whose techniques fascinated by Bobby blue bland. Sounds like it was clearing his throat. It sounded like, you know, Al green has a thing is the so much voice compared with me. I like singers who kind of trials. It sounded like that. Kind of a kind of noticed thing to the way he sang that I really loved and it felt very human. And there's something very beautiful about that. And that's probably why we're able to respond to music and other languages without understanding what's being sound. We're maybe fascinated by where the emphasis lies in a kinda musically uses either a different rhythm or a different scale. So it's always surprising us and the tone of the voice as you can tell yearning in it or a sense of joy or a sense of lament. I can listen to religious music in the same way without necessarily believing the same thing that the singers. I can listen to gospel musical Cantos, or you know, whatever recordings that is just what the p the singer believes. And which of these songs, would you say came to you most fully. And when I say fully, I mean, maybe it's even just the idea or the instrumentation and not the instrumentation. That's a different thing. That was not the instrumentation and the orchestration of these songs was very walls sort of more like a. They were very complete.
"bobby blue bland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Bluff city, the secret life of photographer Ernest withers, how did Ernest begin his career as a photographer as a freelance photographer? Well, he, you know, the Bill street area where he operated as a police officer was quite thick and rich with nightlife. And so he frequented the clubs nightclubs where musicians like Bobby blue bland, Johnny ace and BB king regularly performed and he developed yet another money-making situation where he would go into these clubs at the beginning of the night and would go around to the tables. And of course, everybody's you know, relaxing and having a good time, and they have the best clothing on. And so he would photograph them and rush back to his lab, and this is long before the hour the days of one hour photography, and he would develop the the photographs make enlargements and hustle them. Back to the club and sell them at the end of the night. So he liked to say that he'd shoot him sober and sell them drunk. So at what point did the FBI identify him? As a as a potentially perfect informant. His rise. As a as a photo journalist has one of the key. Journalists of the civil rights movement took place throughout the Emmett till trial. Nineteen fifty five the Montgomery bus boycott in nineteen fifty six and the crisis had Little Rock integrating central high school in one thousand nine hundred fifty seven that period overlapped with increasing federal involvement and focus on the civil rights movement. And the feds would typically look for well placed sources who would no useful information, such as journalist, many journalists were approached AA CPI members were approached and so by being by fitting, the mold of someone who could help the FBI. I think that that being a journalist made him attractive to them the other side of the coin is that there's withers, and he is on these scenes having these experiences, but very few people share for. First-hand, and he is seen as evolution from absolutely zero federal involvement in the Emmett till trial, an outcry in the wake of the injustice done there. The miscarriage of Justice following that trial. And he's he's in Little Rock two years later when he sees the one hundred first airborne forcibly integrate that school providing safe passage for the first nine African American students to attend classes there. And so I don't think anybody including us should be so naive as to suggest that the feds were major heroes in this. But they could certainly be persuaded or pressured to support the rights of African American citizens and compared to southern law enforcement officers and the way that people like sheriff bull Connor treated civil rights activists out in the street. You know, the feds were the only game in town. And so I think that not only was Mr. withers attractive to the feds for his unique placement. But I think that the feds were also attractive. Two activists like Mr. withers who wanted to be able to have a say in. What was going on in to you know, to apply some pressure in to help assist if indeed they were going to sincerely support the movement. He was also part of a a big case that's lesser known than those other ones that I've mentioned in west Tennessee, a couple of rural counties where there was massive suppression of African American voters, well, the feds and the black press really teamed up to expose the wrongdoings of the election commissions, and the white citizens that kept black people from the polls. And this was a case that had very positive results. And so you can see an evolution in federal involvement in civil rights. Know gotta for a minute put away the fact that J Edgar Hoover was lurking back there, you know, trying to get Dr king to commit suicide. I mean that wasn't well known at the time in nineteen sixty sixty one when withers involvement was really increasing. There was a moment. I think of optimism for federal involvement that allowed withers to participate in a way that was not at all. An injury to the movement. That's I think that's really important for people to to understand. He did not go in to the FBI as a traitor. You know, J Edgar Hoover didn't call them up and say, hey, you know, I'm trying to tear down the civil rights movement. You interested in helping nothing of the sort. But it's interesting earlier in the book, you write about how the black press was so important and how they viewed their role..
"bobby blue bland" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Was the troop would when I lived into. Kinda late laid out. You know? They had a Mexican uncle back in the days of take me, right? Bill who be convertible? Baby listening today bagging his Agnes, Mexican uncle Matty, he's got he's got a monkey hinder. He's always come to the house. We call him. All. May everybody came to my grandmother, MS Mary house weekends. May. We all we partied every Friday and Saturday, and MS Mary, how's it was all ways apart? I grew up with the blues all Friday Saturday from morning the nightmare. Yes, sir. Real black people in Janet Taylor BB king. Bobby blue bland all leading man, you know, doing a regular day you'd have doing a regular show above them. You know in the first hour of the show is that right? Do we take full through, you know, through the the diocese of black MU? There you go. I mean, we just hit it all it ain't go, man. Four four nine two two seven zero three in the studio with me, the familiar voice. I know, you know, I get down. I mean. You know, that's my homeboy to even. Bad way, you know, Jack Johnson baby. Baby. But but I had a. I would do me. With the hair in the front. Hang down right by. Exactly. I will try to be more day. But I did two dogs getting by. Dan is out there with them over there. The county Texas county fab. Bag if. My bag is. Jellies with him did. Oh, yes. Suspending me money where you know busboy. Yeah. Busboy, but you know, busboys gonna Ford some some some some stations back in the day because you'd be getting all of the waitresses. Donen riding the bus pay. Yes. Yes. Stacy's they fired me from showing for that shoney's. Shelly. Big boy, nobody nobody shoney's Sony. Someplace, but but if big boy 'cause they say stole the tip. I have stolen too. But that time I did. But I had. Time that you. Let me let me bring. Let me bring Marc emailing him Holly Mark tongue back. What are you talking about? Good morning. Brought man is Adnan brethren. I grew up on you or watching Martin man is Larry, man. Thank you, man. You know, people say the group. Oh, man, you probably my. You may you went to see cool hand at the. I'm forty nine. There you go. Houlihan the age. I wanted to make a few comments. Oh, yeah. Good morning. Doctor. Oh, man. I ain't nobody don't worry about it. Go ahead. Brought my. I wanted to make a comment on. Kanye, obviously, the brother is not mentally stable one of the things. I mean me personally, I'm getting tired of seeing you said some early about too much and on TV, you know, crying people crying over white supremacy and people are like, I'm like, you know, I've been hearing on Facebook well generation they different into left. You know, we we've got our ancestors were a lot harder a lot tougher than somebody's millennials shocking and diving on TV knowing no doubt. I don't know who they talking about. When they thinking about our our ancestors. They was a lot more harder, man. I tell people, you know, I tell people I mean, if you if you wanna know really the American wait watch, the godfather one two and three that's has done because that's what's getting done. It's like, it's like, you know, when when you know, we we've been taught to turn the cheek, you know, your enemy shoot a black person in the face, man. The first thing they do they read it this come and say, well, I forgive him. I love him. You know? That's the wrong way. That I'm paying now. Literally Hillary literally now. Cardio refused to be held on the string like a puppy by these big shot politician. You know what? I mean. I announced at church last Sunday. I ain't doing that. No. I bet. I'd love your enemies that don't even. That's not being. Yeah. I got put a page out of common sense. You know at another thing, but we have realize about. They're desperate. Times right now for white supremacy because you know, free molest children they ain't going to Jeff ain't going to jail. Yeah. Yeah. You know, you put anybody needs powerful position. Anybody don't even have don't even have the experience, man. Right. So you know, that lets me know. Okay. These these are desperate times. Yes. Yes. Extremes to put the Donald Trump. I'm so happy right now man, just turn, you know, just scrolling through the internet. You know, just looking for news and stuff breaking news. And I'm just looking at this thing with with this. Rescuers search for survivors of Florida communities demolished by Michael. And then I'm thinking not not tell me again, why couldn't you within. Up in the White House yesterday shouldn't the president. Other than that. I'm saying he. Smartest dude out you, but houses and lives man circus talking about a plane. They.
"bobby blue bland" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Yeah, it was like, all, that but then what happened was I. I think I I I think we're boys demand came in I think it kind of changed everything, and it took it took it away from like us guys old guy and, put it into a different? Perspective as far as young people. You know what I mean they don't know what I mean 'cause I remember living in Germantown and, my father and my uncle when I was. Living in Germantown it was? Right, up, the street from me you know, what I mean What was at. The street from me Motown No Motown's in Detroit No I'm saying they, really Philly Motown had are you doing about the Yeah but they all work? Together under one, roof are you talking about? The, uptown Bobby blue ban Bobby blue bland, Bobby Bland's now from Philly Well. I mean all that was part of Phillies music? You know what. I'm saying Bobby boo boo Where did you call about. Tonight sports wise we've oh I I had to sit here and watch the Phillies game and man I'm just like I was so upset because I thought when Bryce Harper that that hit and. He got on base. And then, all, of a sudden he to second. Base and was, an hour I mean the? Phillies I mean. They they, got, a really sloppy offense I mean defensively you know. What I mean gizzard horrendous? Defensively I. Mean You know what? You woke me. Up man That guy on law you know I must have been. Depressed because I got big, day I, was listening in your, you know this, is your radio? And I say you, know what. I'm calling because man Phillies. Man, this really upset me too well how are people feeling at the, at WalMart Oh my God people over. WalMart, I was going at with him to death I. Think the eagles are the. Best team they they they like. The patriots good they're. Better than the patriots they are the current Super Bowl now they got problems they got problems and I'm saying eagles the, worst thing you, can do if. Have two quarterbacks and both from broken up Well yeah nobody wants to starter at but polls is okay poses by tonight Phones is not okay. In my be And, we'll see and. I like your enthusiasm but. We'll see but here's what I'm thinking I'm thinking. That I think New York dot better I think Dallas is even pretty solid working picked up running back how he's all fame running back Himself. Anymore you know yeah but I don't understand why the eagles are just kinda not taking over and We've always great talking. To you what in God's name you, talking about? You, don't understand how to eagles aren't taking it over they've played two preseason games What do I. Wanted to tell we've this He, brought up Bobby blue plan and, I said Bobby boob. Lands not from, Philly and and he's. Not he's from Tennessee but kiss? We died Arrieta we've mentioned during. The phone call, he died in Germantown Germantown tennessee Was a. Little interesting we'll be right back when you get out of, your car you don't have to. Stop listening good radio. Dot.
"bobby blue bland" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Dr duck of the duck production guitar prescription radio show meanwhile the blues guys were getting recognized because of you know a bunch of the guys coming over from great britain those in the ones that are used to listen to wolfman jack those are the guys only knew about the blues at that time because wolfman jack and play howling wolf bb king buddy waters he'd be play cats like that jimmy read you know bobby blue bland you know all those guys you know so you had that whole thing the guitar john rivera erupting you had the jazz practitioners okay like wes montgomery joe pastel far low the list goes on their barney kessel george benson showed up about that time number number of incredible things then you know your rock and roll monsters started off probably early sixties i'm gonna say the main three that woke everybody up to what was going on not counting the guys were already there chuck berry you the list goes on but with that renaissance thing i was telling you about i think the big three there would have been george harrison from the beatles keith richards and brian jones from the rolling stones and jim mcguigan also known as roger win from the birds you know and then income the buffalo springfield with a couple of guitar master suppose stephen stills is just incredible player and neil young one of the most original players you've ever gonna hear he doesn't i mean he does his own things like willie nelson you can't really tell what his influences were still was bringing in a pretty much of a country player at that time he was off.
"bobby blue bland" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"The old ford my father had gotten as streamed to lift knowing that if i failed i reflect badly on my dare given his executive ruled in the front office we learned by chance of our shared enthusiasm for the same newsham sudden more blacks outnumbered kill bellies in the shop so the radio was tuned to either of cleveland two am rhythm and blues stations it amused both groups though when to pass the time i'd sing law as i did one day to chains of love bobby blue bland hit single that summer three o'clock in the morning baby the moon a shining bright sitting here one ring were beating them were lives three o'clock in the mon and baby uh and the moon shanna umbrella oh three o'clock in amman day and let me tell you the moon is shannon bri yes kim you be i learned that before he'd gone to prison in his hometown of kansas city fretted play piano and guitar there professionally until he said he made the innocent mistake of carrying something for someone drugs it turned out it led to several years in the joint as he put it in the parlance of the 1950s hipster in which an apartment was a crib and a girlfriend an old lady i saw how well he could play during lunch break one day when i had brought migrant tar to the job or most of the others when across the street to drink the two of us said at a table outside where he played and say you could hear the kansas city influence the more you listened the jazz blew the arrangement of jade machandush confessing the blue here last damon full use with hahad in my hand i want you to meet in my home under saying milo please don't dow b rao love you they then any bombing assad nolan the complex arrangements of dina washington or the different today weiss jay friends a day may be law watch stern day was flew d w j lin knives law hey the the harder edge but still smooth stylings of.
"bobby blue bland" Discussed on Hot Talk 1080 KOAN
"In the ad thick strong arms the perfect time spent in prison i drove the old ford my father had bought me i screamed to lift knowing that if i fail i'd reflect badly on my dad given his executive ruled in the front office we learned by chance of our shared enthusiasm for the same news southern warned blacks outnumbered kill bitlis in the shop so the radio was tuned to either of cleveland two am rhythymandblues stations it amused both groups though when to pass the time i'd send the law as i did one day to chains of love bobby blue bland hit single that summer three o'clock in the morning baby the moon a shining bright sitting here wondering were beating them lives three o'clock in the mon day uh and the moon shanna umbrella it's three o'clock gonna ma admits i learned that before he'd gone to prison in his hometown of kansas city fretted play piano and guitar there professionally until he said he made the innocent mistake of carrying something for someone drugs it turned out and led to several years in the joint as he put it in the parlance of the 1950s hipster in which an apartment was a crib and a girlfriend an old lady i saw how well he could play during lunch break one day when i had brought mike tarr to the job when most of the others when across the street to drink the two of us sat at a table outside where he played and say you.
"bobby blue bland" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Failed i'd reflect badly on my dare given his executive ruled in the front office we learned by chance of our shared enthusiasm for the same news southern warned blacks outnumbered kill bitlis in the shop so the radio was tuned to either of cleveland two am rhythymandblues stations it amused both groups though when to pass the time i'd the law as i did one day to chains of love bobby blue bland hit single that summer three o'clock in the morning baby the moon a shining bright sitting here wondering were beating them were lives three o'clock here in the mon in the evening uh the moon shanna umbrella oh three r glaucoma are you had mentioned the moon is john umbrella oh yes sir gear new lease ooh i learned that before he'd gone to prison in his hometown of kansas city fretted play piano and guitar there professionally until he said he made the innocent mistake of carrying something for someone drugs turned out it led to several years in the joint as he put it in the parlance of the 1950s hipster in which an apartment was a crib and a girlfriend an old lady i saw how well he could play during lunch break one day when i had brought migrant tarp to the job or most of the others when across the street to drink the two of us sat at a table outside where he played and.
"bobby blue bland" Discussed on WTMA
"One all the pain of how much and ongoing way he had among examined all right now now the pima county what phnom alert drafting in the drawing the media will be there the united soon forty warned the andrew sisters recorded nagy billboard boy am dad 1963 bobby blue bland singer and that's the way lovers was released stopped away by credence clearwater revival was released on this day in nineteen seventy and it was on this day in 1974 country legend text ritter died of a heart attack it was on this day in seventeen 88 georgia became the fourth state in the union finally had enough to play a bridge game and it was on this day in eighteen 93 the us post office offered his first adhesive stamp i really don't know what they did before that what did you did you had to take all of your letters to the post office and they would hand stamp roman then send a mom for i dunno i have no idea you may resume are look into so maybe wax maybe i may be so maybe the wax stamp or something like that will you have your poor the the candle on the thing and stamp it or something like that i have no idea no idea i 556 toward fifty is the number to be on the programmes why did you wake up yesterday morning going oh my god wedded idaho never drink again i'll never do this again i'll never do that era maybe at a lot of regrets yesterday morning upon your arise the law and the first day of 2018 i know i did i knew i did added some the so stupid on new year's eve it was eighty attic oh my god i feel so bad about it i spent fifty four dollars.