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Playing Jazz With Charlie Watts, on Nights off From the Rolling Stones
"The rolling stones have often been described as the greatest rock and roll band in the history of rock and roll. We're talking over years about mick jagger. Brian jones keith. Richards bill wyman mick taylor and ronnie wood and the drummer charlie watts who was described in a recent new york times headline as the serene drummer who kept the stones rolling. That times article went on to say that while mr richards guitar. Riff defined the band's most famous single satisfaction. Mr watts drum pattern was just as essential. And that he charlie watts was quote relentless on painted black and supple on ruby tuesday and the master of funky groove on honky. Tonk woman not surprising since jazz was his. I love indeed stones guitarist. Keith richards road. The charlie watts has always been the bed that i lie on musically music including songs lyrics and performance. They are a powerful form of free speech protected by the first amendment and the rolling stones have helped us celebrate that freedom. Their drummer charlie. Watts gave us the satisfaction of music. That sustained us. He died in late august at the age of eighty
"brian jones" Discussed on Animal Radio
"And it's i think it has a lot of potential but i found out later that her name is sheila. So i'm not i mean. These hallucinations have a benefit if they're taken seriously and with the right openness but you know there's a lot of resistance to it but i didn't really want to bring that up but but i wanted to say that I've had people send me things with their pets. That are dying and things. And i've had a lot of people thanked me deeply sure things. I've been able to relay absolutely and this is just one part of the spectrum. I don't really record animals a lot. Because i've heard hundreds and hundreds of things that Like i said. I don't i i if i knocked on a lot of doors and if i could if i could find serious minded people that would like to collaborate where we could actually put it to use that mattered. It'd be worth the time effort. Think i listen. I'll tell you one other thing. I was walking down a street. One time purposely on a break from the sort of thing because of some of the factors. I mentioned i thought i heard a man yelling from inside a house. No one else on the street. I go back and it's this big old english massive with a deep booming voice in a big huge head. He's looking at me going. Br we're looking me right in the eyes and he could tell he needed to tell me something i i was calling him bows are just off the top of my head. I said listen. I'm gonna come and record you. But i'm taking a break right now. I finally went back recorded in for one minute. I went and listened to the digital recording of him. And sure enough. I knew there are some heavy stuff on his heart. I heard him say death is near makes me tense and the other phrase in just a few seconds was bless you for talking. Let me play amigo here. In what is he. Go saying here. Well what i perceived in what. I just explained. Validating a woman's name coming out of what i hear of it is. Where's sheila if you're playing the first one i think okay here. It is sure. I hear that in there. What did you do too. I mean it's obviously been manipulated. Well both of those those three speeds but both of those that both the pavlov's that they're both dual direction in other words. Where where that phrase. If you know as i hear and like i said keep in mind lets. The people seem to gloss over this. I've run this by so many people and they say you know you're just telling me what to here. I found out later. The lady's name sheila. But i've been told that one's fairly audible for people to here. I can't tell which ones others can hear and cannot because i hear a lot. A lot of its validate validated by facts. After after the recorder. This amigo to this one's a lot tougher to here. And there's a puppy in there. But what i hear of it and it and this may sound like an ego trip on my part but i really do hear this. I hear you are my hero in the in. The puppy chimes in at the end. Okay here it. is you interesting stuff. Bryan people wanna visit your website. Learn more and perhaps use your services. Listen i want. Yeah it's audio medium dot com and want to want to say is. I'm not doing this profession it's too it's too frustrating and all that but i will would serious minds and i mean serious minds wanna know. I'm not looking for a penny. I'm looking for collaboration. Because i know how important is can be and there's a lot to it but i'm people are welcome to get a hold of me through the email on the on the main page where the a picture my cat scroll down says contact and big blue letters who welcomed email me and i'd like i said i sincerely would like to take this further. I'm not wanting to waste time. So it's got to be serious minded person or or organization. Whatever it is. Thank you so much for spending time with us today. We truly appreciate it. Thank you very much. Oh i've just been handed a note here. Apparently if you play the show backwards at a very slow speed. You'll get a message about a message for your animals. I've taped it. And i'm gonna play it backwards there. You know nobody now okay. Let's get on outta here. I'm ready needs your fixed during the week head on over to animal radio dot pets or download. The animal radio app iphone android and blackberry. We'll see you next week. My by great great..
"brian jones" Discussed on LFCC Stories
"India's another sports dogs podcast. I'm randy woodward great to be back after a great week relaxing week at the very nice Deep creek lake beautiful deep creek lake in in maryland. Where temperatures in the morning were in the fifties. And i'm kind of teasing teasing y'all with that It was just like fall and did not get to play any golf but today we kind of take care of that. At least verbally as we continue our continuing series on highlighting our area golf courses so many creek golf courses in the area and one of our good friends and partners blue ridge shadows. Brian jones does a great job over there and he is on board with the sports dogs. Podcast today how you doing brian. Good good how you doing. I'm doing wonderful. I'm all recharged after deep creek lake. There are some courses over that way. But my wife prohibits me from taking the clubs on vacation so i did did not get to play unfortunately so have to take care of that here in the area and there as we mentioned there so many great gulf tracks in the area and you guys are one and i wanted to i. Kinda kinda highlight blue ridge shadows today lot of a lot of folks see the course as they drive by on five twenty two and by the looks of it i always. I always look brian at blue ridge shadows as the resort course here in our own backyard. It is You know and we've been fortunate. We've had a pretty good run of it since last year This year has been a really good year for us. and I would say right now. The golf courses probably in in some of the best shape. It's been in since it opened back in two thousand seven. We have a a tremendous maintenance team. they're doing a great job Lot a little projects and things like that have been going on Been tightening things up and The courses is in really good shape Especially considering some of the challenges with the the summer weather and things like that as you know it's been very very dry and and Been hot lately Looks like we might cool off here a little bit towards the weekend and whatnot but You know they've cruise been hard at it led by our superintendent. David llewellyn who is phenomenal. What he does and I've known david for quite a few years now and we've had a great relationship and he He is a master at Taking care of the course and keep it in in great shape for our players. You told me once we did the when we used to do the sports dogs Show live here on the station or at the at the station You told me that there was no signature. Hole per se at blue ridge shadows. You have eighteen signature holes It's it's a unique golf course. I'm starting to kind of fall in love with blue ridge shadows. Unfortunately i don't get to play it enough but There are there are holes that are wide open their holes. That are tight. You're going to use every club in your bag when you play. Blue ridge shadows yar. We one of the tag lines that that you picked up on that we have eighteen signature hole here and The the blend is really unique. Tom clarke from all clark. Who did the design of this..
Family Farm Swaps Cows for Goats Amid Changed Dairy Industry
"There is a change in the dairy industry trading cows four goats Brian Jones had hundreds of cows at his farm in Vermont it was costing more to produce milk three or four years ago we kind of was looking into doing trying to do something different Jones and his brother got creative the Jones brothers deliver their first goat milk earlier this year Thomas Considine with the American dairy goat association says there is money to be made from goats milk even bother and ice creams and yogurts and Brian Jones says the goats have more personality very curious will come up to everybody that walks in and learn the and always wants to know belongs on the California Wisconsin and Iowa are the top goat dairy states I'm at Donahue
California Lawmakers OK $6.6 Billion Plan To Incentivize Schools To Reopen, Lawmakers Say Not Enough To Get Schools to Re-Open
"California schools the beginning more funding if they choose to reopen for in person instruction. But Senator Brian Jones says new legislation approved today provides the monetary support for schools but doesn't mandate any actions to get him open. While it's billions of dollars available to local school district, there's nothing in the bill that actually requires the school districts districts to reopen a sum of money. Mark Levine says. Everyone wants schools open, but they need more resource is to do it safely. We've been sent by schools to reopen by providing money that is necessary to make sure that they can follow safety protocols. Even so many lawmakers air worried that's still not enough to get schools open gave because Jensen Raider goes in depth on the debates. It's 6
"brian jones" Discussed on Pantheon
"Then that's been the accepted history of rock and roll a famous. Really good point again when you listen to the beatles stuff i was in a shop the other day they were playing out. Get you by the beatles. It's great song you know. It's the uptempo but it's very very major. Then it doesn't sound unlike freddie and the dreamers that time for its like good version freddieandfitz. But it's very you can ferry boat. He's very buddy holly british musical and there's no real dark missile register to a tool. They had that sometime. But it's not is not there and the stones kinda shifted the tipping point. Where where they they can shifted the access to something darker and dirtier and the brits for some reason really good at you know the brian was the first a lot of other people. Say jimmy page and others really had any four clapton likewise the first blues breakers out went to the edge Which jenry wasn't around in pop music so that the connor sonic character. Everything really changed for them to find that to tap into the stuff. That was very easy to terry. It was collectors museums. Kind of weirdo collectors. Like video collectors. Who wants some bit darker and a bit more violent and on and keith was certainly into that stuff with keith. Who's the chuck berry dude. But it was brian who latched onto robert johnson especially about whom something darker in the sound and uniquely in the sense. That was brian or actually thought. This music would be commercial. The other stench is hey will be is kinda cool student user. Yeah we'll do this for a couple of years. It's like hip art student music and it was. Brian desperately. wants to be a star. He kinda thought this is my ticket. You know i'm gonna be a star and there was that kind of madness and desperation about it. And that's what that's what drove the stones if he i'm being the one pushing with this angst they wouldn't have been the boundary. Were yeah go ahead. He's kinda. He's kinda. Like the john lennon george harrison of the stones. You know the roles. Overlap pulled away from major. Remember really good review of made the loose book where he talked about lennon. Been the first guy to cotton onto aunt so when we listen to by kurt cobain back on our whole aura. Been unhappy you know of being in pain. Now you know johm did unleash..
"brian jones" Discussed on Pantheon
"Them and and they had a certain amount they had freedom after he he being To some extent deadweight in the studio with dead that they'd created but all the tools they use a one-seat he shown them and through the age to everything they did with him. And then the immediate albums afterwards. But what you can really tell is that they will musically conservative and and. Brian was musically adventurous. While he was there they pushed Kept on pushing through exile mainstream. Because brian at help them occurring edge and thereafter keith. these open g tuning and he played written open g tuning for another forty years afterwards and the they've probably made less progress in the subsequent for years. And they did in the seventy years also with brian. So you know. I love those lights welcomes two but these they bad the stanford brian but they once they lost that sense of adventure and and and maybe cao's he gave them was really diminishing returns thereafter that Yeah so you know for me. The magic went and i love sticky fingers. Which is you know a bra an album. That was made after brian. But if brian hadn't existed the album wouldn't have been made. And how much do you view them. I mean one of the things in your work. This tension between singer songwriters like david bowie. And iggy pop or muddy waters and how wolf versus seidman. Brian jones ron ashton. James williamson hubert. Sunlen how much of that sort attention i mean. Why was the twist for you and your previous books had been from the perspective of the singer. Songwriter what was the flip going in writing from the perspective of the seidman the accompaniments. That's a really good question. Actually in the area that interest me and few people have commented on that before but For me the story of iggy paul was really how low bandmates matt maguy part that is not to denigrate his. He's genius because he took these elements from these people and he put me e kind of focused them and i'm and marketed them and sold them embodied them but he would another bean g most bug would never become iggy pop without meeting the stages that dumdum boys and i guess in exactly the same way. Brian was the outcast. A mick jagger and keith. They took it off brian's elements and they incorporated that into their own persona in exactly the same way that iki had taken on dave alexander and won't ashton and sits you those into his own persona. Remember these kind of middle class boys. They don't really on the edge. Chima osbert ostberg. Was the school pupil. Tappan junior high voted most likely to succeed. You know people who you might become president of the usa. So he got. He took the edge. From on ashton on mick jagger who let's remember didn't give up his place at the london school of economics till the stones actually had a record in the charts..
"brian jones" Discussed on Pantheon
"Paul and i talk about the brutal rivalries at the heart of the rolling stones who originally brought the mo to the band. Brian keith richards. Legendary guitar weaving and much more pop. Earbuds and enjoy a welcome to the lead role. Podcast we've got something a little bit different today. Edward is busy beavering away on volume two of his history of rock and roll. So i've invited one of my favorite rock riders paul trinka. Who's been generous enough to sit down and talk with us. He's the author of brian jones. The making of the rolling stones. David bowie star man. Iggy opened up and bleed and portrait of the blue is a longtime editor of mojo magazine's. I'm hoping it's about all of that. With paul paul. Welcome hayes great to be here. Thanks name cool. And so i up. I wanted to talk about the brian jones book. That's the most recent of your books and brian. Johns for whatever reason has always been a morbid obsession of mine as as long as i've been aware of the stones. What motivated you to write a book about brian jones. I've always been fascinated by the early history of the stones and that she didn't think there was a definitive account. Their origins really and brian fascinated me. Because i've done enough stories on the stones spoken to them enough the years to realize he was An inspirational visionary figure whilst being a very flawed human being and looked at the other books and in my arrogant mojo editor. Kind of way you know. None of them satisfied me for start. None of them. We spoke about the music. you know. he's the guy who i played. Slide guitar with the first electric slide guitarist in the uk and europe. First white one that is and probably you know be any american rivals to the throne. Say he was a fascinating figure. Anna thought it hasn't been done so it was kind of an easy choice for me. Really and how much of. It was a response to frankly keith richards. Belittling of jones and his legacy and his autobiography life. Life is in many ways an immediate spur because key spent so much time..
"brian jones" Discussed on Pantheon
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"brian jones" Discussed on Pantheon
"Jets completely bungled invariably. The question is raised Marcus because we raise it all the time here on the podcast. What if they were here today what if Jimmy were? Janice or Jim Morrison or Brian Jones had live it's a fascinating theory to ponder and it makes some great discussion print stash was a friend of Brian Jones and he was there through a lot of the stuff. That, we've discussed today and he signed off with his take of the future that might have been when we worked together on tracks, which will kind of appro wrapped type of project that is supplied lyrics and vocals, and lead the music, and we lost those strikes have never surfaced again, he specifically said that was full of Rolling Stones Project and not for a solo contract. So. It's very interesting. You know that it's not want to do things on his own until the very last and he did as you quite rightly pointed out, you would have gone a long way to doing very interesting things especially within chronic music I think the future, his daughter, Barbara told us about her range of emotions regarding Brian but yeah, I had to sort through a lot. Of Information my opinion of Heaven has changed throughout the years as more people have spoken to about him. The more things that I find out there's a period of time where I was really really angry at him after I had met some of my siblings in the way that he treated his children or he didn't treat his jober treated, their mothers wasn't good. Well, you know what? That's true. My Mother did not have anything bad to say she didn't she more in control of her relationship with Brian at that time because of her situation I think. So I think it was a it was kind of fleeting. Encounters here and there and she was not. Beholden to my mother was quite a while one and Wow, man. I'm not the only one she didn't get inside of. Just, put it that way. But Gee, had she was something else she just she my mother Recently passed away. She survived her cancer. She actually survived her cancer back in two thousand and you to test, and we asked her marcus about the obvious. What if if Brian were alive right now, what would you say to Him Oh? It'd be great krantz. Definitely. Would have done. I'm fifty one years old. So I, have lived. And throughout my life I have experienced I have A. Very a lot of similarities to to Brian, a lot of ways and I definitely gained. I understand what he went through the trump I understand now that my son is only my son is twenty six years old and I realized how young. Brian. was when you have a son same age almost your father when he died while. He went through a lot in sophie. And I truly believe that if he were still alive, we would be friends. In fact, I think that he would embrace olive is gun. We're always left questions when we ask what if someone had lived or what if this hadn't happened we always have more questions, not always all the answers that we want but I think we got some really good answers here on the Brian Jones project on the podcast. We also got some great stories Ray and we learned a few things about Brian Jones that a lot of people didn't know. Before and that was really fun and I think my favorite part of the entire documentary is hearing Prince Stash emotionally. Talk about his love for Brian Jones and the way it made me feel that I kinda wanted to get to know, Brian the documentary is rolling stone the life and death of Brian Jones We have a full companion blog with all the full interviews we did with all three. Of our guests as well as links to the documentary and photos and more on imbalance his dot com go and check that out and also look for the links on social media through facebook twitter and on Instagram, and you can always email us at imbalanced history. At gmail.com before we go, we have to thank the Great Danny Garcia. Really did amazing job on this film and his words. Really, gave us some great perspective. Yeah. I really enjoyed talking to Danny Garcia not only because of what he did with the Brian Jones project but because of his fascinating past with punk rock in Spaghetti Western. So we kind of got a little bit of a feel for who he was as well throughout our conversation and that was really nice to and hearing the birds in the background was right. Back Thanks to Barbara Anna Marianne for her time and energy, and she has a lot of good energy. I think the knowing who are real birth dad is is really helped her have a better life and we think her and Prince Stash Kozo Ski, they're all. What character I enjoy just listening to the Mantaro his stories were great. Prince Stash was my favorite part of the entire documentary it very fascinating individual absolutely, and I, gotTa thank my former partner in many crimes in rock and roll is he fresh himself? Dj Uncle Mike He's also known as the sheriff in a lot of those Spaghetti Westerns Marcus was talking about my Brother Mike snap for setting all this up in the we're set it off and we're going to shut it down. Now it is the Brian Jones projects. The first time we've done something like this on the podcast I can't wait to do it again until we gather again, ran the warm glow of our podcast unit let's wrap it up I. Very Good. I'm Markus in the darkest. Next time on the history of rock and roll..
"brian jones" Discussed on Pantheon
"Between, host where where he had that that bust. Yes absolutely I believe that the establishment were looking to take down the rolling stones, we US Barbara about it again and she doubled down. They were looking to take them out an added to a lot of grants, paranoia or. I don't know if you call it. Paranoia is it's actually half. That's true. Just, because you're paranoid, doesn't mean they're not out to get you. I. Balance. History of rock and Roll Barbara. In case you haven't figured out. We're not quite all there. We're a little off to. Marcus remember the time. Barbara Anna. Maria's husband took her to see dad's band I do. Never, seen. Her whole life without seeing the stones till her husband said, you gotTa have you seen the rolling stones live yet the first time I went to see the rolling stones because my husband was a rolling Stones Fan. I had never seen the stats and he said, well, you have to so in Quebec Quebec City. I'm already in Quebec City in Twenty fifteen he took him to see the rolling stones lives. So that's the only time I've ever seen the stones and a big who fan. Dylan. Fan but I actually not really a rolling stones fan although some of their music is really good and were they good live the night you saw them Oh go no. Sorry. I did not things of all. Have you ever seen concert now? That is a good life brought. She does let us know that she understands the stones importance though you know what they do have a lot of great songs. It seems almost as if they are mechanical amid become a corporation that business in machine and they just do what they do, and there's really no sold left to it. I'm sorry that's GonNa to Piss a lot of people. This is the Brian Jones. Project on the imbalanced history of rock and roll, and we are talking about this incredible documentary. The Brian Jones documentary, which we highly recommend. He had a chance to talk to Danny and ask him about his access to the stones and how it affected the project. We just look this a film about Brian's not film about the Rock Stones. We focus on Brian and what was going around him and with him throughout those years basically his whole life. Was To penetrate the inner circle which we get how people I stash transnationals? Or Childhood France. Friends like. Richard Hatch, will you know? People. who were in the been? Taylor started the Ben's rolling stones actually we got. We got. Terry Neile Jared Bank leauge people that worked with the stones and you know we had to ask them about all the conspiracy theories out there. Drink like bottles of vodka. From the start of never. Never I actually have a friend I grew up with drank at that level and ended up paying for it over the long haul because it shut your body down from what you talk about in the documentary it seemed that the mix of pills as well as the heavy drinking, the bottle of alcohol in the morning kind of fried his brain and. There was the bipolar aspect of it, and then you also in the movie mention childhood trauma without giving anything away that ties into all of this as far as his mental health and his fragility invulnerability, which you discuss without giving anything away does this documentary and all of the conspiracy theories in crazy ideas and stories behind the death of Brian Jones I. And it was really fun to hear him explain how they got to the truth. So I hope so I, mean with Dr Phil should do a serious job looking at documents, police, documents, talk instance. The. Actually seen the police files knows what he's talking about. There's always a lot of journalists or writers together wolves. Allegedly spoke smutty, was there that night and whatnot in the other people missing out on the big big toe, which is how the government is. Jones. This is the most revealing fact me. This spiracy against against the puck artist this real is very, very real. Ties in with Jimi. Hendrix. Probably Smell. That's a very touchy guests. Well, I'll the governments. Deaths to put these guys use them as as a poster boy against drugs all that's to me the most Redo Barbara Anna discussed how the information the documentary impacted her personally and you said she was a wild one in the day which put her in good company. She was right in the in the in the swing of things. So to speak in the sixties with characters like Brian. Jones in his gang and the rolling stones and I don't know about you but one of the things That I learned and I realized from seeing the documentary was that he had plans for a future. So he wasn't all that. So completely down and out about luke being left out of the stones that he had plans for the future, some of which he'd already enacted upon and that he looks in hindsight to have been a major early force in the popularization of world music in these things are things that as a I mean I. Did nightly feature on the rolling stones for years on my radio show here in Philadelphia. So I constantly would learn stuff and I learned a lot in this documentary and it's it's really cool to see that you and others with with familial knowledge of him are more involved and being part of this. It's cool. Very cool and I I learned a lot from Danny and nick It was really wonderful working with Nick and Danny's. Very talented They're they're both real professionals and I love documentary on love what they've done with it and. Learned so much the interviews are fascinating discussion. Made US wonder if this film settled her father's death for me it has now there's always going to be that faction of people who are going to want to bring in Mickey's and Allen Klein and so forth and so on. But I really believe that this was Bryan Steel and he hired some really bad people. He he was. Taken care of by really bad people who took advantage of him. This he was he was murdered and he he was done in by his builders and the people who were taking care of him. That's what I believe and the cops..
"brian jones" Discussed on Pantheon
"Breakthroughs on the death of Brian. Jones Wyoming incites all of the murder mystery. Info we've gathered. Regarding night. Okay bands. July. Second Sixteen. A lot of. A. Lot of stuff back. I can tell you that all into this inflammation. ESCOT? John's not related to Brian is a investigative journalists from the UK who probably the only person who's seen. This file on Brian Step because you know they're only sealed like seventy five years. Using the freedom of Information Act would manage.
"brian jones" Discussed on Pantheon
"Documentary rolling stone, the life and death of Brian Jones. What are your thoughts on Brian and you'll have to be a little bit more specific. Okay. So much to him. All right. You did when you found out, he was your father. You started doing a lot of research to find out who he was and you bread obviously some of the stuff about his. trail-blazing his hedonism, his excesses, as well as some of the nicer things about him how were you able to sort through all the bull-crap and find the truths as to who he really was? took me a long time. What I, what I wanted to do most of all was getting in touch with my family from that site to Jaanus I was more interested in my family than I was in actually Brian Jones at that point. I tried to reach out to my grandparents, his parents three times I've tried. I tried to reach out to my aunts and my aunt. Aunt, Barbara. Sexual named after thank you believe that dude had so many children from so many different women in the sixties. That's just crazy to think about we talked about this briefly once before I think Marcus, he looked to the old blues men for inspiration and we talked about lead belly with his kids that he had when he was in his teenage years and maybe he felt like to be authentic to be like lead belly would be to have illegitimate kids I don't know that he needed to make six of them. What they all have their story and Barbara it was so forthcoming with curse story about Brian Jones. She does further into her family and Brian's other children then in about two thousand and six I reached out to siblings and. They were receptive to me. I I tried to get a hold of my family the people who actually knew him as opposed to knew him personally as opposed to people who knew him professionally or as Brian Jones. The Rolling Stone I was really interested in. Brian Jones was edgy wrapped up our sibling discussion with an assessment of recur relationship with Brian's other kids listen my communications. I have lost track with a few of them but I'm in touch daily through social media with. One of them. I could easily go in and call my siblings. We've kind of grown apart. It's all good. It's all good Marcus I'm having a blast, but I'm getting thirsty dude I know we need to take a beer break. And then when we come back, we go to the somber part of this entire episode. This whole Brian. Jones project. Brian's death and the scene of his depp next on the imbalance history of rock and roll. Well I. Know What will quench my thirst and probably yours too buddy and that's a nice cold pint from crooked I bere- right there in the heart of Hafbro at York and Montgomery they're easy to find and when you get there, you're never gonNA WANNA leave. That place is such. A great hang out is the beers all really good staff is fantastic. Well, the music has returned to crooked eye and people have returned to crooked eye, but don't forget the mask up and that's necessary under state regulations the guys at the pub are taking care to follow the governor's regulations and you can keep up with not only what's going on there but all the music and all the activities going on and you can check out the online open mic. They've got a page to it's all about crooked eye on facebook and you. Can find out what you need to know. Their facebook presence is fantastic and they definitely do a great job at keeping people in the know as far as what's going on with crooked eye because we know people enjoy like ourselves. Enjoy a nice cold pint of beer especially on a hot day like today go in and see what's on the board and having Nice frosty delicious summer pint dig it up at crooked eye right in the heart of hat borough. Crooked is of wording, is here on the PODCAST and serving the cure for what ails you since twenty.
"brian jones" Discussed on Pantheon
"Had to plead guilty. So why did the rest of the band lose respect for him in that way because that was sort of all of them fighting begins his. Brian just. Browse. Those. Stash almost though this story that US Macon's house and Brian. Down depressed you know he was she was convinced by his lawyers to declared so. And that's world. Band and. You know stash witnessed and really gave us a firsthand look at the effect of the drug bust on Brian Andy would go on to hold him with the following year. Busted him on these other trumped up, John? cleese that was sort of dismissed the only of fine and the rest of it, but he's hold the scaffolding of his psychic is more row was completely sabotaged by these events and he was able to give us a very interesting view and perspective of Brian, Jones role with the rolling stones. But one I can tell you about Brian got in terms of his being an Dutt's another nail into the. Coffin of these rightful the story the about Brian is that he was picked upon by his own bandmates in the rest of it. He was the undisputed leader of the band in the studio. I was with them many times in sixty six and all that in the studio and use should have seen how he'd feel control and how everybody else was in or visit abilities to direct session and stashes. Love of Brian Really came out when he talked about Brian's contributions to the band, he was really the defacto producer of these sessions. He would say what goes out this should go during a ruby. Tuesday. For instance, he recorded that wonderful record oh. And I went up to him and he said I'm doing it again I said why and he said because it's according tone off. Water. But there's some. Things Brian just when you said that I remember him going I remembered right away when he went back when he was talking about how much he loved Brian, you could tell how much he loved Brian as a person. So you can only imagine how he felt when he saw his friend. Brian. Going down the wrong road over this knowing full well that they hadn't had any drugs in their possession when we go back and look the drug bust in sixty seven and how it had an impact on Brian and those decisions he made stash was our best source when Brian. And I had been income we had gone to, Paris we had flown in and this happened the very next morning. The phone rang off the hook, the phone rang off the hook and Brian and I took turns to answer the phone and it was always journalists saying you'll being busted and said what and sometimes it was people we actually knew from the price and so we don't them. They said well three. How'd you been basically we thought wait a minute have they tried to bust us while we were sleeping and Brian said, well, should we look around and see if? We stopped you know we just come back. We knew we had four drugs there and when you stop looking if there could be something you know and there was an endless attempts people were ringing the doorbell and so on and so forth. So it was either the press all the police. Then we realized that it was the police trying to gain entry or while you know him saint, there was a man rang the doorbell ounce of the in Tacoma and he said. Oh you know my name is Jones a non. I'm in the business she's. Stash told us about how and when he found out that his drug charges had been dropped. He also found out about the bad advice Brian Jones was given by his attorneys on a day that we were going to. Cool. dismissed. A dropping all charges against me. I was triumphant. I said okay. The then we've one case I ran up to Brian and said, listen we've won and all that. He said, no, I'm pleading guilty I said, what are you talking about and I practically got down on my knees and suffocated Brian not to listen to this boiling advice of is legal team to plead guilty and somehow throw himself on the mercy of these dreadful deepal Marcus one of. The people that we talked to was barber and Marion, and she is one of Brian Jones's daughters and we got into it a little bit. The documentary really does into Brian and his women his misbehavior, but I was just fascinated to talk with one of his children who offered some interesting perspectives I. Love the fact that we were able to talk to an offspring of Brian. Jones who never knew who he was, you are the daughter of Brian Jones correct. Now I gotta ask because. Not, everybody knows and I'm just learning on the fly here who is your mom? The mother is named Elizabeth and she was a catalog model in the nineteen sixty s a metal she meant Brian along the way and it is how much do you want me to lab the whole story or what what, what would you like to know I really want to know when you found Dow and how you found out that your father was Brian Jones. Okay. It was April of two, thousand and two. So it has been eighteen years that I've known I've always known as early off because of the secrecy surrounding a lot of things just a lot of things and so my mother was diagnosed in. Two Thousand and two thousand and one I'm saying. Probably around Thanksgiving. And he? Was Given about eight weeks to eight months to live and she was going through chemotherapy. She was truly filled with cancer. So she sat me down on my own back, and this is the first time she's in her sat on her bed. And she said, you know there's there's something I have to tell because I'm going to pass away and You'RE GONNA, find out and I said Well tell me and she said that. You Know Your Your Dad is not. And I said, well, you know what? Mom? I kind of figured that Real I did. I look nothing like any of them I just I don't and I said okay. Well, that's fine. Okay. So who is he a wanted no I still love my dad always loved my dad. Who is want to meet him I want to see if I have siblings I want this and that and the other thing and he said she said Barbara Well, he passed away when you home so And I said, okay well, he must have family around..
"brian jones" Discussed on Pantheon
"OPT. Recoup along with my partner in crime my imbalanced brother Marcus in the darkest Marcus we talk a lot about the events that change the course of rock and roll his or in the case of our podcast that have changed the course of rock and roll history. That is very true in the fact that we have covered quite a few with lot left to cover. It's. Like thousands of Baya switches right and any path you take the crossroads I if you go to the left one, thing's going to happen in the future. If you had of the right, another things going to happen. We found out about this documentary that we're going to be talking about today, we're calling it the Brian Jones project on the imbalance history of rock and roll. When we heard about this documentary, we decided to dive in and were granted access to the film. Early, we interviewed members of the cast as it were. And are excited to bring you this look into the man who left the stones and died before he had a chance to do his next thing. The Great. Brian Jones one of the members of the twenty seven club which is referenced in the podcast yet find it fascinating how the twenty seven club keeps coming up and as we know it all started with Robert Johnson being the original twenty seven charter members so to speak but it's chance it's circumstance. And it's life situations in how we handle things. You're absolutely right. So for many of them, twenty-seven happened to be that unlucky number that were their body shutdown, and that'll be the focus of the Brian Jones project as we move forward brought to you by our good friends at one CBD CHECK THEM OUT AT O. N. E. CBD DOT. COM and by crooked eye brewery in the heart of hamper serving the cure for what else you since twenty fourteen, we thank them for their continued support including today's look at a documentary called rolling stone, the life and death of Brian Jones and the film's. Genesis Danny Garcia a man you may know from his many great films that he's produced about his rock and roll heroes and maybe no his spaghetti westerns too. But he's an interesting character. So we'll be talking with him will also be talking with Prince Stash Klossowski derelict, who is one of the original Glam Dandies in the social scene in London a bigwig he comes from European royalty, the guys very interesting and unique character who has a fascinating perspective on all of this as well as life and many other things because of how he was raised I enjoyed talking with the stashes, well, print stash and. And, we actually learned a lot about Brian, Jones and who he was as a person because of print stashes close relationship with Brian Jones we also talked with Barbara Anna Mary one of Brian Jones's six illegitimate children, and she offers some interesting perspective as we go through and tell the story of Brian Jones his life and his death we try to shed a little. Bit of light as Danny and the others involved in making this film have done on the real story dispelling conspiracy theories and confirming some things that we never knew before, and that's what made us want to get together with all these folks and do this special edition of the imbalance history of rock and roll not only will you be hearing the clips of these? Interviews throughout this episode, but you'll be able to check out the entire conversations we had with Danny prints and Barbara at our website and their links to the documentary photos and a whole lot more about this whole project. So listen the main players in this tale marcus are not in this episode. Let's just make that clear Brian. Jones. Those men responsible for his death. The local police who tried to do a proper investigation and the forces of the UK government of the day and people at Scotland Yard who desperately wanted to discredit rock and roll you won't be hearing from any of them today on the imbalanced history of rock and roll. We started out talking to Danny Garcia and we asked why he did a movie about Brian Jones. long-life stones. Fan. I was a kid and always thought Bryan was the most interesting member of. What drew you to Brian Jones versus the rest of the members of the rolling stones. Look I. It was he was like the most extravagant. Stylish Guy, the band. You know he was the most mysterious guy. Then, the fact that he played on his instruments. Obviously, he died so young. So this this aura about him. was busy was a crazy number. We wanted to know how this film fit in with his previous punk rock filmmaking documentary past Danny you're known for rocky films. You did documentaries rise and fall of the clash made all of us know Dana Garcia was looking for Johnny. And and and others that were more about the punk rock ethos. How does this rolling stones focus fit into what you've been doing and and how you see your work I mean I've been covering he's now the lives. Of My childhood and teenage, euros? Really. Besides. Who was another one of my heroes throwing up in? Everybody else have a gun basically. Them. That's the story. Than Steve Baiters Johnny this the. Joe. Brian Jones and that's it. Really. That's that's how Logan. Will. Childhood. Yours. You have for me it's been a trip to be able to the best of your citizens without without major backing. Prince Stash is one of the few people in the film who was really close to Brian Jones and knew him very well and was also with Brian Jones at the time of his nineteen sixty seven drug bust. The first one you have a lot of people who speculate endlessly and it's very annoying because they express very forceful opinions vilifying other people and so on. That's it's absolutely shameful because they've read books of Righto copied one another and propagate today's eroneous inflammation, which is very, very annoying. It's pretty well known mark is that after that drug bust Brian's role in the rolling stones became diminished. We spoke with Danny about the effects of the drug bust on Brian Jones destroyed him. Destroyed him and got him out of the van. alleyoop. Drinking Mortensen A. Disaster. And the second lost. Other trump up. was charged floor positioned again. been completely innocent. The problem is Brian declared himself. That's rule according to serve. Jovan. Making lust all mistake Murray we also asked him about Bryans legal approach. He was kind of cornered when he.
Vicki Wickham on Ready Steady Go
"Well, the rocks pages podcast. This is Mark Pringle with me is my colleague Jessica Murison Bowie I'm mark and in third zoom window is very, very special guest Vicki Wickham Hi Vicki Hi both. The keys perched on her. New York, city this is eight o'clock in the evening London Time I've had my first Jones Hannukah Day and we'll be hearing sirens all of that sort of New York City soundscape. So for those who don't know I mean is legendary carrot tourneys business over the years I think as I say, produce on the fantastic pioneering pop TV series, ready steady go subsequently manager of La Belle, and in many ways, a CO create of La Belle was an artist and a friend and manager of Dusty Springfield and subsequently of the likes of Morrissey. Marr and Vicky tell us about how you got into pop music and as a professional activity totally by default. I would inland I was working. I had several jobs and I had one job that I really liked which I was working for radio BBC like entertainment it was cold. And My job was a production assistant and the writer, my producer, my boss Charles Chilton wrote these wonderful one hour specials. Flooding Allen or the moment or the songs from the First World War and so we have. Autism singers, musicians, actors, etc, etc etc and my job is to put all together. And I learned a lot needs to say but I I was thinking that it conciliates should be doing television radio and I don't quite know why but left thinking everybody would want me nobody walked in. One Luckily one of my really good friends Carolina with Carter was seeing somebody at associated rediffussion. Sunday could Elkin Allen. Let detail who set don't have it at the moment but. A secretarial job will come up. No I don't want to be the secretary. So he was great. He's lectured me and said, you want to be anything. You can just get your foot in the door and about a week later called me up and said come in. For you sat me down and said yes, your secretary but I promise you anyways cut a long story short. He had this idea for music show cooled ready steady go and by the time we will put together. The pilots can get at I was producing it. Did I know anything about pop music for? Thing but no did anybody else. So the show was picked up and luckily a couple of other young people we were young came in and we started working on a program could ready steady go at elk was mabus he left us alone. Yeah just great. It's it's amazing I mean ready steady go is so different from anything that come before it. Really I mean I suppose some the Jack Goods shows sort of pointed in direction to some extent but then you had a lot of really stiff stock not much pop music television full stop did you feel that what you're doing with revolutionary from very early point? At all we we just going out to you know as as you would our age going to clubs seeing people listening to Radio Caroline talking to people, and you know suddenly became very obvious that we could have these people on the show that when we went to see the rolling stones when we love Brian Jones who had the best hair in the will We could say come on the show and they did it was on the sleep. It was just gut reaction and knock I. Mean did anything to see any of this? No. Fantastic. I mean also. Undid you love always love music yourself. Personally was was all be something which is always chime to you because ready steady go was fantastic. Inner suspect it really focused free. Key American black music I didn't even know about black music I was. Gilbert and Sullivan. And South Pacific I knew nothing as we started ready steady. Very. Few black axe or autism in England. So inevitably, booking although the white exit cetera and the Springfield we became friends and dusty would play me these great blue soul rb records and that's when I fell in love with them and suddenly when we have these people own and literally would call agents and say other coming over, we could use the. and S Luckily, the show became big enough that it was worth people bringing them over because they knew they would be on the
"brian jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Dot com. All parts. All right. It's going to do it for us. Thanks, Everybody really putting in the work today because this was a difficult one. And we got it done. Cee Lo getting in at like, two o'clock in the morning. Of course Homer dealing with no power as well. My friend Eric. Allowing me to use his brown shoe house to be able to do the show from of course illegal men back there. Bobby Dwyer Al due to the warm up show on a cell phone. Steve at Pria, who was doing a great job and all the engineering staff that intercom New York, you got J. J and Brian Jones coming up next on a good thing for Brian. He is down in South Florida, and he's laughing at all of us. Because usually Guy dealing with hurricanes. He's probably calling us all voices and J. J and Brian Jones coming up next to talk tomorrow. 5 a.m. with warm up show, Then we'll be back in six. Your buddy's got a new nickname. What's that, Mr Brown? Hey, have a great day. Everybody hang in there, man. We'll get through it together As we always do way we'll see tomorrow morning. As always, your stay classy. Get ready for a big Yankees Wednesday doubleheader today against the Phillies in the city of Brotherly Love. Our coverage begins at 3 25 with first pitch it for five. Then later on, it's more nets action They take on the Boston Celtics with that game being heard on 1019.
"brian jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Everything you're dealing with right now. Off the field with Corona Buyer is trying to have the right medical protocols in place dealing with all that wanting guys not to upset the apple cart by, but not by not adhering to all the new rules. They're in play because of this pandemic. Is this the guy you're going to trust? Is this the guy you're gonna tries to get the work in? Leave that bubble that facility and go home and then and not go anywhere else is this the guy you could believe in? That will not come in and become a huge problem in your locker room is just a guy who who will not come in and excoriate your coaching staff. Your front office staff. You know, at what point does he go off the rails, which could derail your entire ball club and season? Those are huge question marks, and you have to be willing to answer those and say, Yeah, he's worth that risk. No one will ever Never question the ability of both of these young man. It's what will they do to my locker room? That's more so Antonio Brown. Then it is Josh Gordon. I've never heard Josh Gord being a cancer in the locker room. He ges can't overcome his addiction, and a lot of folks haven't been able to overcome your addiction. And today I just saw a report about, you know, 12 step programs not being able to meet. So where does he get that support? He needs to battle the demons he's dealing with. Where does that come from? This is just going to come from the guys in the locker room. You know, where's that support staff, And can they be available 24 7 because he may need someone the Lino in the wee hours of the morning. Who's going to be there for him. So these are these are big time challenges for anyone that's entertaining both of these guys the talent? No, we will never question that. But I'm more concerned with an Antonio Brown as far as his psyche and when he snaps because ultimately he's going to snap. We've seen it. That's his track record track record and the best predictor. Of future behavior is prior behavior. Antonio Brown's point in the league this year. I know he's a Baltimore Ravens spending a lot of time a little more. Jackson has just because it on the team and Hollywood Brown. I think, Brian, if we're going to see Antonio Brown playing in the NFL in 2020 it's against the old steel a rivalry and, you know, despite all his checkered past, despite Yeah, that proximity that he could bring to a team I think if there's one points where it could be, dare I say harmonious? I think it's Baltimore. All right. Well, you think the glass is half full size? No, no, Listen, you're going on just without bail on me. I'm not signing it, but I'm telling you, he will work. It goes somewhere. It will be Baltimore. But I think if you're John hobo on the Ravens, I'll pass on a headache. That's all. What the Ravens should do. What they will do are entirely different subjects. I'd love that love to see you get another chance because who doesn't want a witness that that ability? I mean love exchange like no one I like is no one's business down the field, and he's gonna wouldn't always put the work in. We know all that. But this guy inevitably He does something that leaves you scratching. Yeah, Like get out of here. We can't do it. And how many times are people going to fall for his act? 11 39. Here on this Tuesday morning and stage agencies Jesse Brian Jones room for Moosa, Maggie, right here on the family got a lot more accounts today 77337 66 66 I'm trying to figure out night Eastern Conference books a lot more vulnerable than the Lakers who I'm going to get on board with it, And I'm going to ask Brian Jones from the Lakers the box in the field. Who's he taken with this MBA postseason would back with war? Here is a radio dot com sports minute There's Diya. This's Damon. Amend Laura with your radio dot com sports minute. Of course, there should be discretion when disgusting. The Cardinal story. The team contracted Cove it by going to a casino. That story popped up numerous places, and their GM didn't do much to squash that possibility, essentially playing angry Dad, I don't think they did, but if I found out that they did, they're going to pay for it. Look, if the Cardinals were at a casino, they deserve to get ripped for. We all know those places or indoor germ greenhouses. I've never been as sick as I was returning home from Vegas About 15 years ago, I felt like every microbe of the university entered my body via their own personal Rose Bowl parade. But the Cardinals may as well have just been licking the floor. They've gone out for BP. If They were at a casino. This's Damon Mendel are texting and rolls you into re occurring automated text messages, message and data rates may apply. It's Jamie Progressive Number one number two employees leave a message at the cage. Aimee, It's me, Jamie, This is your daily pep talk. I know it's been rough going ever since people found.
"brian jones" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Brian Jones at seven does that surprise you are you agreeing with that are you voting for those candidates one eight hundred seven sixty five three six in two miles in a lame seven sixty talking breaking news tips about what's going on president trump addressed the nation today hoping to quell anxiety over the corona virus he said quote because of all we've done the risk of the American people remains very low currently there are sixty people in the U. S. suffering from the virus he said the U. S. is ready for a break out of larger proportions should it happen it is stunning development in the story of the little girl who fell out of a window on a docked cruise ship in Porter Rico the grandfather who is holding her at the time has taken a plea deal that spares him jail time Salvatore Novello says he accepted the deal so his family would not have to endure a lengthy trial today the house approved legislation designating the lynching as a hate crime under federal law the bill is named after Emmett till a fourteen year old was lynched in Mississippi sixty five years ago the house approved the measure four hundred ten to four you're never more than fifteen minutes away from the top stories of the day on the miles Himmel show HM seven sixty talking breaking news HM seven sixty KFMB when I. five northbound to Pacific highway the right lanes blocked for the crash it as being stopped up from highway one sixty three socially beach on I. eighty eastbound between mission bay drive and wearing road stop and go the brush fire is out now near Taylor street this report sponsored by Bob Evans dinner sides make mealtime easy with Bob Evans side dishes like mashed.
Miss Mercy Shares Stories From Her Days in the GTOs
"Is my second bout with Ms Mercy here on Pamela Durbars podcast and we're GonNa talk about some things. We didn't get to talk talk about last time we Manley spoke about the GTO's last time. Okay and so this time I WanNa talk about you know your history you know when did did you start getting into rock and roll in a huge way. My mother was into it in the fifties. She was had all sun records and just traveling because my father was a gambler and he was always GonNa Cement. Shoes promised to anyway cement shoes for those of you. I didn't quite understand that. Cement shoes promised to him gambling money so we were every race. Track was all all over from Florida to Dallas Seattle to San Mateo. I keep going back to wherever there's always a race track right there here you know and I would hear all sorts of music actually country roots and blues things and all that stuff. It wasn't even Rockin roller who is basically music all kinds of all kinds all kinds. But but when you even that terrible stuff that that awful stoplight lords as well okay. That was pretty awful. Really terrible parade are your hip. Parade wasn't too bad. There was some decent recent things on that. Name me one why. How much is that Doggie in the window? That's how much you say it. It was cute okay. She doesn't like it. Okay so I'm GonNa try to hear walking the dog saying you I know you would. That was a good segue mercy from Doggie in the window to walk in the dog. CRIPES say Segue segue way. What does that mean like? I know what it means. Okay okay so when you were like fifteen years or so though. Oh something changed right now. Twelve twelve twelve. What happened at twelve? Tammy show how was Tammy show. We're about fifteen. That's why Taylor penelas very confused about my life because at fifteen hours all also in Haight Ashbury. Yeah I was almost in Haight Ashbury. It must have been the end of fifty okay and ms been the beginning of fifteen came out yes the AM. I it's A. It's a American music. I don't know what it all means. Either maize show. Ed blended all blit everybody from this stones. The animals Jan and Dean on their actually on their sidewalk surfing was really skateboard. report that there were hosting. Yep were it's an incredible show you can find. James Brown was so great on that. Show that the stones than even WanNa follow him they had so many people on that show is just. I don't even know how it was allowed to get out. Because it was an interracial thing and at that time things were very racial. Yeah yeah I know it's a very important thing and I remember it real well too of course because I was a stone's freak of course yes We spoke a lot about them on the last time. We had this wonderful experience together. Yes we did so after that. Okay when when did you actually decide. Okay I WANNA meet the people playing this music. God It just so you know there was Tom Donahue Kyi anyway. is ever Cisco well. Here's just always in San Mateo okay. But the bow Brembos came down so I wanna the followed them and and and also you have to realize it. Tom Donahue started of FM radio. Oh he didn't he's inventor of FM radio and he was your favorite Dj. Ajay listen to law now so I was Casal at the same time they were friends. Wow I was not so but okay. What made you know people always want to know what is a groupie really? And how does it begin Groupie so for some reason you decided. Okay I'm going to meet the Beau Brummel 's I mean well actually. I did decide that they actually walked into a restaurant. While he's there is my mother at the mall and they're they came walking in. Yeah how'd you know it was them or you could help. Always nobody looks like that in San Mateo. Okay so and and now he's Tom Donahue's group by the way what do you mean. That was his group. He Made Bobo Group assignment of you know nothing about Tom. Donahue Oh my God you. The people who need to know about Tom Tom Donohue he was a big very heavy set. Dude but There was. He's a began to look it up. FM radio he's one okay so you were lucky to have to be able to hear that. That young yes. I was when he started running on those long albums. But I wanted to go back to uh-huh Brummel so when you saw them walking the mall having lunch with your mom what did you see my mom. I was did inch. Did you say okay mom. I'M GONNA go meet those guys no. I don't I don't know if I met them but I did. They came back doc and got in trouble for being because I was underage for being at their gig. I remember They played Sarah Jail. And how'd you meet them. I just followed John Around. He was drummer. John Peterson. A photo lost it. You followed him around and the and then I got in trouble for being you know under Asian Asian conform around anymore. Okay and what happened next. I mean I've followed the stones is a Sacramento with my high school girlfriends. I'm as fifteen. That is a one. Were we were in Sacramento Keith. Got Electrocuted we. Oh no shoot patty in the bell bluebells. That had I sold my heart to the junk man out over the rainbow. I Love I sold my heart to the junk man because I really did so. Anyway I was with my my One of my high school friends had moved up there with her family. And so we were in a car moved up where Sacramento. Okay Sacramento you went all right them. Okay Anyway Oy so. We went to the stones concert and then suddenly Keith gets elected you did and goes like five feet off the ground and Dan you witness that they shut the curtains so I said let's go so we all jammed out of there and got in the car and the car came out of the garage garage. I believe and We follow that car which had the stones in it all the stones down the freeway everyday then. They stopped at a gas station and change into another car. And we follow that car. And I can't do a little bungalow. Oh Hotel and motel and We got out and we pass where Mick wise and you could hear him kind of like pacing and really upset about of course keys was in the hands of the ambulance police. I have heard stories I have. I heard rumors not gonNA verified him because I was there the big beat him up. I'm not sure who beat him up. Please on that yeah yeah. I'm not sure but there was. That's what they did might have. You know. There's a threat to them. Yeah so then we. We went to this other room which happened to be Brian. Jones grow knocked on the doors open so we just walked in. I earth three was going to his suitcase looking to close at that time. I was really interested in insects that I was really ever interested as sex anyway but anyway yeah I know I know that about you for a few ties. It three times a happened but that was good anyway so he was. You're going to a suitcases. Your cases and Charlie watches in there because he had lost his key or didn't have a key to get his his apartment. We sat there and just watch them and Brian Jones is one of my favorite in the world. Was He. Okay at that point were you offend fanatic of his like he became later or did that hell is being. Yeah they're Kinda you know too seriously. Want her it. Wasn't it in as off that I would have been probably a little later. Okay in other words it I just was cool. It was just kind of cool so then we got an eating asses leave. I don't think but we laughed APPS and that was one of my first encounters. Yeah well so you hung out with Brian and Charlie at age fifteen yes. That's pretty amazing.
What is the story behind the 'fake' Fleetwood Mac'?
"The ultimate statement on Fleetwood MAC, I think came in nineteen seventy four when they were on tour. Mic Fleetwood drummer found out that Bob Weston was having an affair with his wife and Mick band and said the tours over, but they had been paid advances. So the manager decided that they were going to fulfil those dates, and he put together a fake Fleetwood MAC and went out on the road and toured now there are people who I call them reunion truth IRS, they're people who will not thank you who will not go see a band unless it's all the original members. And although the three of us have our own unique versions of that. Right. There there bands for which we have a guideline that might seem arbitrary to other people. The extreme fringe edge of that. Is there are people who think that the Rolling Stones ended when Brian Jones leftward, and that's not the real stones. True. Yeah. And I think probably most people would agree. That's crazy. But everything else is just a small variation on that crazy. Yeah. I'm admitting that I am very conflicted. And I'm sitting here today. Chagrined now via my Facebook feed that I did not go see Nick Mason plays the music of Pink Floyd. I mean, he's only the drummer. Right. But the settlers was extrordinary. He's playing songs from source AFL secrets he's playing like why didn't I go? I should've gone. I mean apart leading go because it was like three hundred bucks. If you had gone. Do you think you would have felt happy? Yeah. Probably I'm drummer. He's a drummer. He's one of my favorite drummers, you know, and hey, they were always in the dark lighting. Anyway, who the hell knew what Roger waters look like, I don't know I'm conflicted.
"brian jones" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Know, institutions have been financed by the opium trade a lot of money being exchanged and a lot of lives being lost especially lives in the black communities in the African American communities and a lot of our famous Rockstars. Of course, we're victims of this type of infiltration, especially when you go back into the nineteen sixties, and you go back to the time of the flower children the times of. When I guess rock and roll was was pure, and now here, we are looking back at say, maybe it wasn't so pure after all John there are so many stories about some of the more famous rock groups of the sixties that had a connection to the military industrial complex people like Jim Morrison, for example. His dad was involved with the Gulf of Tonkin, and there have been others. That were connected. Can you give those names some of those that were connected? Yeah. There was many. I mean, so many, and and Dave McGowan wrote the book weird scenes inside the canyon. And he that covers how so many of these musicians David Crosby John Phillips of the mamas. And the Papas David Crosby, stills Nash and young, but and America and just your many of them. So we're talking about a names about two to three dozen different musicians that hit the top ten in the sixties were all living in this one area of Los Angeles called law canyon in the same area was the largest movie studio, the largest self-contained movie studio of its time. Time and it was an air force controlled movie studio called lookout mountain movie studio and lookout mountain laboratories. So there's loads of actors and producers directors odd sign loyalty oaths and competence geology agreements. Because they did a lot of films there at movie student pretty spent nineteen thousand films, and they're all classified. So never know what they are. But there's with all the top actors Hollywood actors and producers directors you're likely some of you know, the top mainstream films, so they were all in the same area. And it's a good chance of that was a huge influence to get John Landon using LSD the second time, George Harrison too. Because the first time they just tell us the was by George Harrison's dance to dose their coffee. And so, you know, not knowing they had a coffee. They took it on involuntarily. This came right after Robert Lashbrook deputy director brought a loads of hits and LSD e. The CIA agents and money into London. Instructors agents to get LSD in as many musicians hands as possible. So it was surely no coincidence that, you know, who's dose by George Harrison standards after that John Lennon was and terrorism was and then two years after that. Even undercover FBI agent. David Schneiderman influence may geogra- to use LSD for the first time. So that's the way it works is undercover agents making this happen and Brian Jones. Of course of the Rolling Stones drowned in the pool. But there is rumor that he was drowned in the pool he didn't really drown- drowned him or somebody drowned him in the pool is there any truth to that rumor. Yes, I mean, a member of the Guiness beer family was good friends with Brian Jones. And so quote him in my book as saying that he witnessed someone being drowned by a group of people in Brian Jones's poll from from the backyard when he was trying to get back into Brian Jones house after go into town to get a friend of theirs and all of a sudden party Brian Jones house, and so it was just so much have one film. The fact that. Someone admitted on their deathbed that they were part of that group that actually killed Brian Jones. And so this is. Defended that he is so much evidence was murdered. Now, the answer is why according to the book blown away, and I quit this in my book, a book who revealed that Robert Lashbrooke had brought, you know, he was the longtime editor Ernest Hemingway, and he would defend in Brooklyn Rolling Stones got blown away where he says that you know, Lashbrooke that money in St. to London Yasa said, dad. That Brian Jones had gotten agreements from Jimi Hendrix and Bob Dylan who is good friends with to form a new group a supergroup at time when Jones had split from the Rolling Stones temporarily at least, and so that was a big threat. I argue to US British intelligence because they were all three getting very political at that time grind Jones's are had already gotten involved in anti war demonstrations. And so that would have been a real threat to tell and that's why they did away with Brian Jones argued because he was also said he had sobered up by that point and gotten away from any heavy drug use. John Coleman wrote a book about the committee of three hundred and in the book, he talks about how tavist doc was actually behind the LSD dosing of the Beatles and the Rolling Stones, and they also recruited groups like Pink Floyd into the mix to try and push the LSD onto British kids and also in here in the Americas to is there any truth to that the tablets talk had something to do with it. Yeah. I talk about them in my book a bit not as much as KO tra-. But it's a good evidence. That Tabah stock was a kind of the British MTO Tra and granted British intelligence is much older than than American intelligence. And so there's a show a lot of evidence said a number of a British agents were heavily involved in all of this. And that. Doc was doing similar things on KOA trend doing that kind of work in Britain. But they were just getting help from an killed Trayvon slash book coming in right? And there are other about get by nineteen sixty seven. There was actually a special operations group that was working with the. There was a lot of psychological operations going on. There was the Chilean. Groups the politica that was going after what they call the restless youth. I mean, this wasn't a study. This was a full on chemical attack and by mid summer of nineteen sixty nine. One month before the Manson family massacres operation chaos. One of the tightest security of any assignment ever accomplished in the CIA. It was the illegal, and they had perfected enough LSD from fifty six to sixty three because every violent actor or any kind of symptoms associated with the violence by Manson and others like ultimate, for example. I mean, what were they trying to do were they trying to suppress the hippie movement was it or did they try to? Did they want to destroy the hippie move? I mean, there's. Me of whether or not they were doing it to make people passive or they were doing it to destroy the hippie movement. Yes. A you though, is is actually is that they, cultivate, the hippie movement in the first place to divert, the activist movements the war movement because the antiwar movement and civil rights movement where to two movements that were kind of. I there is a civil rights fifties and sixties up to about sixty five where students for democratic society at formed in nineteen sixty they became the largest anti war group in the country being one hundred thousand strong by nineteen sixty-nine. And so they were heavily involved in the civil rights movement from sixty to about sixty five and then with Vietnam war getting bigger and bigger they started getting seriously into an antiwar movement, and I share the evidence that and Dave McGowan with this book weird scenes inside the canyon showed evidence that the the hippie movement was used was code debated to divert. The peace movement activists to the drugs into the like what will Leary? Timothy Leary said he admitted. He was working. From nineteen sixty three onwards knowingly. And so he says turn on tune in drop out, and that includes drop out of activism. He's he says things like people that young people that are still involved in putting activism have menopausal minds. He said he said, it should be just seeking spiritual freedom and not looking for political activism. And so that's you know, that's what he was pushing pushing to drop out. And that was what I think the big push for the hippie moon about it really wasn't. It was really a diversion from the activist movement. That was you know, now, they stay attended ended up overlapping, but chaos. Now was exposed by Seymour Hersh in your times chaos. And so it was a huge amount of spying out when they antiwar movement won the civil rights movement, of course, counterintelligence program that'd be is counterintelligence program was the biggest assault when the civil rights movement. You know, it was also a spying on the antiwar movement, but they heavily attacked the Black Panther party. And so. This. They both work together. Though. The documents said former into leaders got on themselves. They found that. There was overlap that chaos is working with FBI's co Intel program and counterintelligence program and killed Tra. We're all working somewhat together. And you're not in Washington. The Washington Post came out in article saying that the CIA infiltrated seventeen groups and handed dealt LSD where the Black Panthers though, I resisted against using any kind of drugs such as these because they were trying to keep the peace. They carried weapons to fight up police brutality. And then from there. Someone I guess they had a few infiltrators that were working for the FBI and CIA dosing members of the Black Panthers. Yes. What happened with the Panthers is? Yes, they were anti-drug, and I've got people in the film talking about like, the raving, Connecticut leader, George Edwards said they started out as anti-drug, and they continued to be for while. But they had many many undercover agents infiltrate them in numerous cities. But there was a major infiltrators that surrounded. One of the cook islanders Black Panther party nationally, Huey Newton and influenced him when when he got a jail to try cocaine and he developed a problem with cocaine at that time, but they also got into beige cores, like two cores mother's life. She was a one time leader the Harley Black Panthers. They further used a drugs to basically put make the Chicago by panther leader. Fred Hampton to make him unconscious when the police raided his home and shot him in his bed. And so, yeah, they use drugs and number way to target the various bike Ranco eaters. Yeah. It's it's unfortunate that many of the many leaders in many groups.
"brian jones" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Consisted of Brian Jones on tar are Monica. Ian, Stewart on piano, Mick Jagger on vocals and harmonica. Keith Richards on deterrent, backing vocals, Bill Wyman on bass and Charlie watts on drums. Jones founded and led the battle, but Jagger and Richards assumed leadership after becoming the primary songwriters Jones increasing physical and mental troubles forced his departure from the band. Two weeks prior to his drowning death in nineteen sixty nine. Since Wyman retired in nineteen Ninety-three the full band members have been Jagger Richards, watts and guitarist Ronnie wood who joined in nineteen seventy-five replacing Mick Taylor. Keep listening to iheartradio for more Rolling Stones and all your favorite artists. Senator Nieto's breaking news, traffic, and weather NewsRadio twelve hundred. He's just a really really really good guy. The term good egg isn't enough to describe him. He's also certified organic and free range. Rich puts the cap back on everything the toothpaste, the olive oil the shampoo everything. He lets his ten year old nephew beat him at virtual tennis. Even though he can straight up slay his ten year old nephew in virtual tennis. When the toilet paper is running low rich replaces the roll on the actual holder. Not just on the back of the toilet. Rich is texting and driving rich. No, what are you doing rich? I.