17 Burst results for "Charlie Rich"
"charlie rich" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"The kingston trio were coming out and their song. Tom dooley won the grammy award for the country music performance of the year. Which i mean. If charlie rich was pissed about living john getting the award pill must've been pulling their teeth out on the kingston trio. You know but but it discusses show the music business. Didn't know what to make of folk yet because even though the the weavers who had the massive success in the early fifties. They got blacklisted. Pretty quickly and kind to me got lumped in with things. Like tony bennett. Doing cold cold heart or You know patti. Page's version of tennessee. Waltz is just part of that weird period where three chord country songs were a big part of the pop scene for a while and then that changed and the weavers get blacklisted. In and kept their appeal they kept call. Todd hanson Reunite do the big show at carnegie hall and in the kingston trio just explodes as this massive massive pop phenomenon. I have to think it was people who were college students in a life fifty so they they were kids. Who were buying records in. The weavers heyday in the early fifties and listening to johnny ray and buying. How much is that doggie in the window. And all that stuff. So it's not quite the pre rock and roll generation that was the kingston trio fan base. And they're kind of out. Think notice the kingston trio didn't really make transition rock now desert The beatles made a lot of things passe and the kingston. Trio's wanna yes. Yes whereas people like peter. Paul mary who come along a little later managed to keep having hits all the sixties although beverly go folk rock either other than their parody song slamming the mamas and the papas. But that's a Goes yeah yeah. They you know had leaving on a jet plane and all that kind of stuff. So let's hear another song. This is johnny cash stab at the story song genre. And this is johnny cash. Don't take your guns to town..
"charlie rich" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"You can't track them down, You know, So you're losing money, A lot of the time spy investing money of your other workers of their input of training of everything of and and it makes for a high turnover rate. Especially in restaurant. You'd say you were you were a franchise owner. A former restaurant owner. Yeah, but you said it was fast food. So was it wasn't a franchise. Very, very loose based French. I got you. Yeah, I mean, so you know that that mom and pop up it was individually owned, Okay? And Yeah, and that that's what makes it roses. You know, you have somebody any and we do not hire it minimum. We used to hire it more than that. And then years later, you know, it became that we said OK, we'll hire it minimum. You're here for three weeks, then we'll see about bumping you up, and that's the thing because you want to make sure you're good fit. It's not just a matter of them, not liking the job or being good at the job. Sometimes, you know, it's a personality thing. It's just not their thing. You know, and to hire somebody right off the bat. Something that that you know, they act like minimum wage should be supporting a family afford. It's that's not what minimum wage is about. Right? Agreed. Tony's. We're up against the brake here. But thanks for calling New Jersey What a 1.5. Now she's dead on. And if you own us, and she's an owner of a small business, or was the owner of a small business intelligence that it's not affordable, and you can't really do it. It's 8 19 1 able Charlie Rich all hang on. We'll get back to you right after the break. Here's New Jersey fast rapping. From trouble's popping up in Mama's County on Route 36. This report sponsored by Unbound Orig 36. North bound, is currently closed right near Long Branch Avenue in Long Branch. That's an accident involving it down utility pole detours are being posted. Southdown is unaffected on the parkway Traveling south found that has gotten heavy in the last few minutes. As you go south of 1 51 down towards the Essex tolls. I'll keep an eye on that North Down Parkway. A pretty good ride top to bottom on the turnpike. We're in pretty good shape. No complaints on 78 to 87 1 95 or the Atlantic City Expressway. Girl in Kenya dreams of becoming a doctor and elder in Guatemala dreams being part of the community reach out and change their world. It'll change your own unbound orig traffic every 15 minutes. Next report 8 33 Mike Barker on New Jersey 101.5. Wherever the road takes you in their jersey take us along. Stay safe with fast traffic and instant weather. Every 15 minutes on New Jersey one a 1.5 15 minutes could save you 15% or more. Is that Shakespeare? Nope. It's Geico here. Yeah, that Shakespeare from one of his unpublished works, Oh, which be not for awakening. Hey, give us all the Berries for 15 minutes could save you 15% or more. No, it's from Geico because they helped save people money. Well, I hate to break it to you. But Michael got it from Shakespeare. Geico 15 minutes Could save you 15% or more. It all started with the grilled cheese sandwich. Two simple pieces of bread, some butter on a slice of American cheese. But after making it day after day week after week, I hungered for more Colby, provolone Gouda. But Buddha wasn't good enough. I wanted Crate. I added tomatoes, pickles, jalapenos..
"charlie rich" Discussed on The Editors
"Dot com cox room dot com. Please check it out so jimgeraghty. We got vaccines out there. We have people getting vaccinated. Thank god as we speak but we have some accident skepticism and it's centered dare to go on this nurse. I lived in tennessee. Who got shot and then fainted. Which which some. Some people have attributed to the vaccine. Apparently a a normal reaction. Some people have to such pinpricks of of pain. What do you make of it. So it's been very odd since we since we got the first positive reports saying hey. It looks like the pfizer vaccine. Looks like it works and it looks like it works pretty darn well. They just got approval of the moderna vaccine are at least i guess the. Fda's outside groups approved at the fda itself is expected to approve it soon. Not too far behind. It is the oxford maxine Which is clearly the most distinguished because it has a doctorate and Finally the johnson and johnson vaccine. Charlie exactly yeah vaccine second-best absolutely i went with so entirely now it's the same way that unrefined plutonium and uranium aren't as dangerous as a refined versions because the refined versions no which which salad fork to us anyway. So we've got maxine in the pipeline coming along in the first ones are being back upon are being put into people's arms now mike pence. Just got it on national television earlier this morning and for about five weeks or so. I feel like. I've seen two simultaneous stories coming from the media depending on which page of the newspaper. You're looking at the first. One will say you know some variation of. There's not enough vaccine to go around for quite a while. We're going to have to prioritize who will get it first and who will have to wait in long nonstop which is admittedly a you know. A real concern And they're off the turn the page. It'll be many. Americans are skeptical of the vaccine. Say they don't want to get it you guys but i think these two problems might solve each other that if there are a whole bunch of americans who don't want to get the vaccine will good that makes it easier for the people who do want to get the vaccine to get up front closer in line. I also feel like the vaccine skepticism. That i am encountering on social media and occasionally e-mailing in the comments sections and stuff like that. It often seems to come from the same people who are insisting since like march that this is just the flu or comparable to the flu. And it's not that dangerous and that ninety nine percent of the people who get this are going to survive and be just fine. So what does everybody worried about. So they're really not all that worried about the virus south but they're very very worried about the vaccine which strikes me as completely backwards. But i guess look we are in a contrary an age where if everybody says the sky is blue someone has to say. Oh what what does it during. Night so Look as far as you know. As far as i can tell my lamond non dr Expertise not only do. I not have a doctorate. The only way. I was ever going to get called doctors because my ability dunk a basketball. And that's not that great either folks I would say however the doctor. Julius erving did tell philadelphians to To socially distanced wear masks so There was a tie. i trust him over. Say dr phil. It's frustrating that. I feel like it is of a cloth of the same mentality of. There's a vast conspiracy that's trying to downplay the dangers. The vaccines the same way. There's a vast conspiracy to steal the election from president trump There's a steve asking this whole idea that there is some sort of sinister power behind the scenes that is trying to pull the strings. Whatever they are telling you to do it's because they want to control you and bay are up to no good and it's deeply frustrating. I do like to think that over time as people. We're gonna watch mike pence really carefully. If mike pence doesn't grow a third eyeball out of his forehead or have any serious reactive. Okay if it's okay for mike pence it's probably gonna be okay for you. If ian mckellen. The actor over in the uk starts looking like his character from cats. Then we're going to have something to worry about our then. It's going to be a problem. So i mean we have come to a point where we've always had this but i guess the internet kind of allows people to connect to each other and reinforce each other's thinking like this this it's sorta like choose your own adventure when it comes to the truth if you don't like the idea of getting vaccinated you can look online and find somebody who's going to tell you. Oh this vaccine is terrible. it's got cooties in it or god knows what else if you wanna believe. It can find lots of evidence and most of these people are in official positions of authority one of the less lucrative detail. I came across earlier today. Which strikes me as Really good news and a very appropriate time of year. So they're sending out the the vials of the pfizer vaccine and they said they're supposed to be five doses and each vial. Well most people when they make medicines will overfill it in case of spillage or something like that and apparently the overfill in these vials is fairly considerable doctors. Doing the shots are realizing. Yeah they say it's five but we might be able to get six or seven out of these well each vial that has five that shipped out actually has six or seven will then all of a sudden you can vaccinate a whole bunch of more folks. Now charlie rich doesn't that sound kind of like the story of hanukkah five six seven of each one. That is a miracle and if we could use in two thousand twenty hundred sixty four mayor. Jim i think the at the top that they're adding in is the tracking code. That bill gates has built. That's right it is most ludicrously. We've talked about already. Jill biden hasn't gotten enough respect podcast because we didn't call her doctor. I am so fed. Up with these sexist conspiracy theorists. Don't realize melinda gates is the power behind the throne. She's the real mastermind dates just takes. It seems to me the problem that takes care of itself. We we have people who are going to be prioritized. First responders elderly in in nursing homes and whatsoever and whatnot and they're by and large not gonna be rejecting the vaccine right. I mean they really want it. They really needed. They're really motivated. And then then you start distributing it to the general population presumably loosely based on age. And you know you're over over eighty you're gonna want it probably over seventy or are they going to want it. And then you know you might have some people beginning to reject it but there's still a lot a whole lot of people who are going to want it and you're gonna end up. You know the the spring with everyone who wanted it having gotten it and that likely being enough to knock down this virus and finally end the pandemic and then then you'll have a leftover hosk of up people who who never took it and it won't be particularly consequential yes. I have enormous sympathy for the nurse in the viral video. Who fainted when given this injection. Because i have a fairly pronounced phobia of needles. My grandfather did too. He once told me quite seriously that he was more nervous. When in. Nineteen forty one to giving the injections that when necessary before he was sent to north africa. And then italy then he was fighting in monte cassino. Now so is this a genetic genetic thing needle i have no idea i have no idea and i people often ask me when they learn about this. What are you scared off. And the answer is i don't know it's not rational. I'm not scared of the pain doesn't really hurt. I'm not scared it's gonna turn me into a mouse. It's irrational fear. It's not scientific. And i think anyone watching that video needs to remember that that that the nurse did not faint because there was something wrong with the vaccine by an lodge people faint because they have a fear of the process so i think we can discount as evidence of any sort. Not least because she didn't die. If the needle had been phillips stricken in. i think we'd have heard about him. And that woman arizona would have been stockpiling it for a second husband. Some skepticism is of course good. We don't know the long term effects of the vaccine from what i understand. It didn't take too long to come up with the vaccine itself..
"charlie rich" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"I don't care what you do. You wanna. You wanna have a sandwich. You wanna go to the bathroom. That's your business what you do during the break What we did is we welcomed our guest in we dealt with some technical stuff and we commented on how gorgeous man's harris now if you're only listening to this podcast you are missing out on what i say it. The most beautiful head of ever seen entire life look at that salt and pepper. Bullshit that he's got going on great might god. Tom driessen is here. Hello tom hi jimmy. By the way. That's great but it might look that way and this lady but it's all great. Oh it does look like you've got a little pepper in there. But a i'll take your word for it that it's all great. Well either way you gotta. Charlie rich look and head of hair. It looks gorgeous and tom is. He's got a great new book out. That i just finished yesterday called still standing. And then there's a subtitle to it. That i believe goes on for about sixteen minutes but book is wonderful. Tom of course join us at per capita than as i mentioned back in two thousand and ten. Tom also grew up. Maybe six miles for me. I grew up in forest tom. And you're of course from harvey. And i'm sorry you said like the idea that i'm from forest pissed you off. I used to beat up a lot of guys. Mark mark mark force and i was just wondering if you have not. I used to go to a restaurant called. The crossroads was a great restaurant in force in oak forest. I don't remember there being any good restaurants and of course. Oh yeah it was right on cicero avenue. I believe Not far from the hospital. The hospital of worked that this is how they got away from it. You guys matt elliott and garin and the listener and tom. Maybe you probably know this. That oak forest hospital was basically a mental institution and that was how forest got around having minorities in the census. They would have. They would house minorities in there were mentally ill and so when you would see the census they would go well. It's not just the it's diverse. They don't have to bring diverse people. It's fine when in reality there was nothing but white people and it. It's on my high school was nicknamed honky high. It was ridiculous that tom grew up. In the opposite he grew up. Like where i live in baldwin hills now where it was a nice mix tom. Yeah it was the tells you only way kid and allow black basketball team. They nicknamed me spot. There was fourteen black guys in me. I didn't get one game for three years. They finally put me in one afternoon and no one would pass the ball. They claimed he couldn't see me in the daytime.
"charlie rich" Discussed on Cal's Week in Review
"The University of Arkansas in nineteen sixty was deeded by the US soil service, which is a public entity about eleven thousand, eight, hundred, fifty acres of Prime Ground Northeast Arkansas the reason for the transfer and the agreed upon primary use an agricultural research facility, which is now called Pine Tree experimental station. The Secondary Use public access, which makes sense that's are collectively held public ground being transferred around. Under the conditions of the land transfer it was stipulated that if the University of Arkansas were to come under some hardship and need to sell the property, the university would have to also provide for continued public use in that sale. Despite, this the University of Arkansas right now is under contract to sell the land to a private group that will not provide public access. It is speculated that this private group and this will be no shock to people in Arkansas are looking to make a private duck hunting club out the property. At this point, it would be very appropriate to be wondering what the heck is going on here and go ahead and please ponder that. Well, I tell you about this place pine tree experimental station is located in northeast part of the state. It's important to note that Arkansas has some great public hunting around but not in the northeast portion of the state which makes pine tree even more special. The experimental station is located just outside of the town of Colt Arkansas which, of course, you know Colt Arkansas because it's the world famous home of Charlie rich who had a bunch of great songs one of which being behind closed doors and it's a personal favorite of mine. It also entitled at least is very, very appropriate for what is happening and razorback country over this land deal here. Anyway for right now, visitors pine tree can walk the roads bird watch fish punt, the management areas regulated by permit quota hunting for deer small game like. Rabbits quail squirrels, ferber's doves, ducks. Turkeys are hunted under statewide seasons goal that directly from the website, and this is well, the area consists of hardwood timber intermix with fields planet in various crops..
"charlie rich" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Workshop that gated to man's imagination the theater of the mind. This is classic Radio Theatre. Want to get away from it all the FBI in peace and war McGee. The unexpected, the unexpected the unexpected. Now here's your host. What else? In Grand Stayton Sweeten. The summer replacement show for Mr and Mrs North, starring Frank Graham as. Satan. Yeah Paintings of death from seventy years ago July twenty fifth nineteen fifty. And one of our friends who found this show for us. Jerry hinges over at his great website Ot our site. Dot Com. Says this this sounds like a rip off of the? Whistler. But when you consider that a couple of the writers on this program. Jo Malone in directed by George W Allen. Both of whom have some winks to the whistler of probably has a lot to do with the reason the out the show sounds like the whistler but considering this was a national show in the whistler was only a West Coast show only the folks in Hollywood and the like would really know that there was any sort of similarity there. Anyway. We go back seventy years and this is a Saturday twenty fifth day of July. This is the two hundred and Seventy Day of twenty twenty, we have one hundred and fifty nine days remaining until we get to the end of the year Ella Mae Morris had the first million selling record in history on this date in one, thousand, nine, hundred, forty, two. With the Freddie slack's Mandy cow cow boogie. It was on this date in one, thousand, nine, hundred, forty, six at code five, hundred in Atlantic city. New Jersey Dean Martin Jerry Lewis staged their first show as a comedy team. Very I don't tell me. You're the one that please wrapped. Yes they think I'm crazy I escape from the Hachitani. Hats. If he was prison full of women, the women, then I must be great. I don't get this at all as yeah. What were you sent to prison for and I play reckless driving I got six my for driving across a white line. Wait a minute. You can't get six months drive across the white. Line. On a tennis court. They were quite the team onstage Dean Martin Jerry Lewis First Show was a team on this date in one, thousand, nine, hundred, forty, forty-six on that same date. The US tested the first underwater atomic bomb at Bikini Atoll in the Pacific Puerto Rico became a Commonwealth of the US on this date in one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, two, in nineteen, fifty-six the Italian Lighter Andrea? Doria. Sank. After colliding with the Swedish ship Stockholm off the New England coast fifty, one people were killed. It was on date in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, nine, President Nixon declared the Nixon doctrine stating that the US now expects its Asian allies to take care of their own military defense before any American troops were committed to Vietnam a leader of another Asian country expressed this opinion to me. When I was probably in Asia as a private citizen, he said. You're trying to assist another nation defendants freedom. US policy should be. To, help them fight the war but not the fight the war for them. Cartons with this WII console. I lay down in Guam three principles guidelines for future American Policy Toward Asia. I. United, states will keep all of its treaty commitments. We should provide a shield if a nuclear power threatens the freedom of Asian. Alive. Or of the nation whose revival we. Consider. Vital to our security. In cases involving other types of aggression we shall furnish military and economic assistance when requested in accordance with our treaty commitments. We shall look to the nation directly threaten to sue the primary responsibility of providing the manpower for. After I announced this policy I found that the leaders of the Philippines Thailand Vietnam South Korea automations which might be threatened by Congress digression welcome this new direction in American foreign policy. Defense of freedom is everybody's business. Not just in. This. Was the start of the Vietnamese Asian of the Vietnam War the world's first test, tube baby, Louise, Joy Brown, born in Lancashire. England in nineteen seventy eight Soviet cosmonaut specked Lana Salvage Scalia became the first woman to walk in space in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, in two, thousand, the supersonic airliner Concorde crashed after takeoff outside Paris and in two thousand, Ten wikileaks published classified documents about the war in Afghanistan. One of the largest leaks in US military history. Among those passing away on this date in history big Mama Willie Mae Thornton. who had the first hit with Hound Dog in a different Song not a rock song but a Blues Song Birthing. Around Dow. Yeah Shannon Great Voice Big Mama. Willey made poor thornton passing away on this date also Vincent Minnelli. The film director Charlie Rich Did you happen to see the most beautiful girl in the world Such a wonderful musician. Great Singer. soulful country if you will. And Michael Johnson I'm in Bluer than blue sadder than sad. He passed away just three years ago today. Walter Brennan Walter Brennan born on this date in history as was a classic Perusal whip their whipper Billy Watson Sophia from the golden girls is still getty born on this Davis well, Mrs David Bowie Iman bore the model turned sixty five years old today or friends. Matt. Leblanc is fifty three from the Steve Harvey Show Wendy Raquel Robinson Fifty three years of age WWe spin. Bowler is thirty nine couple of one tree hill performers both turned thirty five today Shantelle van Centene, and James Lafferty a both turned thirty five. Singer actress Sarah Geronimo thirty, two from speechless Mason.
"charlie rich" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"The U Sixes is twenty two percent or so so You know the other side all this though it seems to me is that you've got a fed that we now know stuck around too long and I. Think Steve You're you're always very thoughtful? I wouldn't say you're always defending the Fed, but I think you're thoughtful on where monetary policy has had to. Be stickier, but we're often very frustrated on on fast money talking about how the Fed has overstayed their welcome well. No matter what happens now? I. Don't think this. Fed's going anywhere and therefore markets are are saying we kind of get this. We've seen this before, and therefore it almost doesn't even matter what the economic. It's almost goes to Steve. The point that that you'd made earlier when we were chatting on on power lunch today, and that is this just the data show no matter how flawed you think this data is or how the two and a half million jobs added. Added you think. Is this shows you that that it's working that? The stimulus measures that have taken up everything that fed has done everything that Congress has done is sort of working, and maybe it'll buy us some time and maybe wall, street is believing that enough time is being bought to get us to the other side, and that's what this rally is about. Maybe not necessarily about two and a half million jobs, actually being added. I I don't really have. I have a lot of sympathy for traders today I'm not quite sure what you're trading on you know I. I, look at the percentage of the S. and P. Five hundred. That has no earnings guidance. And I think what you're trading on is a broad structure of a rebound, and my best guess is that structure of that rebound is divorced from the high frequency idea of coming back today tomorrow or next week. You guys who have? You guys, whoever of you is long. The market has to be in with both feet and saying. Back, and it's coming back to a reasonable place, and in the time before it comes back. I've got all of this support from the Fed is tim suggested. A question whether or not we get additional congressional support because I think this jobs report makes that a little bit less likely I'm not really sure where Congress is going to be on Monday. After this number, you can imagine some Republicans would be less likely to to endorse that but right now the game is this. It's GONNA come back. We're going to end. We're going to end the shutdown. We're going to end the the social distancing and Congress is going to end the Fed or going to bridge us to that place. And that place could be six months from our could be four months from now, but I don't think you care on that because if you're playing next month, I don't know what to tell you i. don't WanNa. Put you on the spot. See, but I will you're you're smart guy? You're musically inclined, and this is going to be a theme that we're GONNA. Pick up later on in the show, but if this jobs report were a song, what would it be? Oh, you know the whole thing. I'm thinking of highway sixty one revisited. It's just a surreal. Moment you know at and and the the line that I came up with this afternoon was. The roving gambler was very bored. was trying to create the next World War to promote nearly fell off. The four said I've never engaged in this kind of thing before, and that's where I an economics reporter right now well, but see listening. Enjoy your weekend. Thank you. Dan Nathan. We ask these questions not to be skeptical of the jobs of four per se or not to say that we don't want recovering. We all WANNA recovery to happen and don't get US wrong, but if we are believing that the stock market is actually rallying on this jobs report, there are things about this report that we do have to understand better right. Yeah I I asked that question that Steve because they know. It's going around the web. As far as what is the real unemployment rate and you know when you hear things like even that this number while better than expected, it's still higher than the great financial crisis, and it's very near where we were at the depths. The Great Depression nearly one hundred years ago. You have to start scratching your head. We also know that there's a two prong thing here going. All Monetary and fiscal stimulus was really helpful, but investors have also gotten really confident that there's going to be vaccine, or at least some very good therapies for the reason for this economic disaster that we've had, so you put those things together, and there's an awful lot of optimism I'm not certain that that. That it's about as clear as the stock market is telling. That's my only skepticism and listen. I'll be that guy. I'll be the one person on this panel. That will try to scratch that issue. A little bit I think our viewers deserve here. That kisses him because you can't all be positive all the time. GIGGLING TEN I was surprised at Dan's GONNA. Scratch that that somewhat cynical itch, but. the the the the approach to fundamentals here. I think we're all saying has gone out the window I think if you look at the markets, move today, and you look at where we are relative to where expectations were that we could go. This is all about a market that has been defying this wall of worry. today is is only going to further emboldened people that say actually the fundamentals don't make sense right now, but we. We heard from every allison. We heard from every company that the next year and a half of earnings almost don't matter. And with the Vicks going below twenty five and I think it's going to stay below five twenty five for the relative future I I can't say it's not going to tack ebb and flow, but a Federal Reserve means lower volatility and they're not going anywhere. We have that banner at the bottom of the screen danger in the data guy and you had mentioned recalibration revisions to this jobs report, and the reason why we we're putting a question mark there is because is there danger in in rallying off of this positive data point, and then eventually getting a revision that shows that it wasn't actually as good in that could be for the jobs report. It could be for lots of other data points that we rallied off of so far. The danger in the data is perhaps that we get data that actually show this. All was happening in terms of the recovering. Yeah but. I think you make a great point, and that's why Stephen Mean. You'll get. You'll get condemned on the front page of the New York Times, and you'll get exonerated on page eight, and some some section of it that nobody reads and I. think that's the point about this job. Numbers people look at it this highlight number today, and saying we have the all clear, and if these revisions calm, I, don't think people really take into consideration, but you know since you mentioned the song thing and know we're going to play with it later. Charlie rich you familiar with Charlie Rich Mel probably I'm a big fan of Charleston these. He sang a song behind closed doors to Dan's point. To Dan's point behind closed doors right now. Don't think for minute that CEO's and boards aren't talking about. Hey, guess what we've done really well with fewer employees. How are we going to make this stick? Six months from now, and I hate to say it but I think we're looking at a much different employment.
"charlie rich" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"This is Charlie rich then he is the first one of the classic country guy in this morning and and he's the first one that came to mind so here he is and will be back garden rebel dot com the so things you need to three a woman is accused of selling masks intended to be donated to local health care workers portions of ikon park on international drive will reopen with new safety protocols one governor Rauner census announced that the state is transitioning into a full phase one beginning Monday this means gyms will be able to get our alerts stay connected to breaking news with our free and listed everywhere you go this is news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. where Orlando **** first for breaking news weather weather and traffic lake merry lawn and garden your Toro headquarters for the past forty years is the place for great deals on the Toro thirty inch time master walk behind self propelled mower and the total time cutters ET are riding mower from the twenty one in self propelled super recycler walk more to the famous Toro time cutters ET are riding mower lake merry lawn and garden has you covered with the best selection of the entire Torah lineup so you can mow like a pro for experts service call four oh seven three two three fifty five ninety five or online at lake merry loan dot com.
"charlie rich" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"We also featuring a delighted side we've got the excellent Andy Beckett on board just as a moment of mad sponsor nuts. Yesterday I are standing. Who is one of my favorite writers on the God in? Let's go ride says on the garden whether we could adds his nineteen ninety-three interview with Grill. He goes to Buckley to interview him in the Fascist boss from has just come out and this is a really interesting profile of grill interesting conversation. It's not altogether isolators. I think he might find it interesting. Mock really home I came across. It was a bunch of stuff in the loaf and for some reason came across that big. Yeah Great Yeah. It is a fascinating. And he's sort of really talked about the way you know Marxist books have been received. An dead. Elvis book was was was cold. So we know pretentious for would unit nonsense by some reviewers? I mean some of growth thing since Mr trying has lost me. I've still got to that book. Consi- did it was a very powerful influence on me. I mean it's fascinating to revisit. Some mystery train at a time like this in trump's America. You know when you when you consider the sort of mythology that lies behind American exceptionalism. I would be really interested to breed grill. Now what's happened since twenty sixteen and even more specifically what's happening now at the time of the virus. There's something just so bizarre about America. Sometimes today wrote in a time just stuff today an so. Nixon was his bogeyman of that point. And there's that brilliant brilliant bit in the book where he's talking about Charlie rich playing a gang hired to New Orleans and saying I'm going to dedicate this to Richard Nixon. There's an extraordinary that way. He says you know this is. I'm appalled by. This is Charlie singer I love and he says isn't any said it made me think about all my ass cheese Nixon. It made him feel next was huma. I don't think that would be true now of the current incumbent back Richard Nixon while We got bashed. We brush to being anti trump in a review. Someone wrote said it sneeringly woke I think was the phrase right sneering. I was thinking badges with shirts. I'm not sure you know a team right. Since it's got to the slayer review it. You made a difficult one because sometimes do think we should be sold a political in the way we talk about music but the times extreme that frankly. I not on the tariff. I don't know what you guys feel. I mean I don't like somebody I think. Future of the human race is at stake here are offended by what we signed about. Donald Trump. I mean really. Welcome not listen to us. I feel strongly about birth. This actually there is a segue here because in the audience game which I'll ask you to describe in a second we're not natives cut but I listened to Rufus wainwright's talking about the puritans who came to America and how Mercury's bill on the legacy of people who didn't want to sort of move inside the modern era. I'm era of enlightenment. They were terrified of seeing a massive kind of regression into insane religious fundamentalism. I think so but mom will you tell us about Rufus and this audio? Yeah this is the September two thousand five. This is the wonderful Maureen Peyton. I seem for the mail. Don't know Daily Mail. Insulting photocopies. Russa gypsum great so on and so forth but he. I've read a few cartoons these. I was introduced to his music. Because he does really give Grayson. Steve and he's got lots to talk about. He's going to hell of lot soccer and replaced with again and this is about this but what he really starts talking about is about. His destiny. Musician is resistance to it with Kate. Mcgarrigle mouth With love Wayne root third of the thaws with a grandmother with musical background. He grew up in a family which was just drenched music and the his resistance to it. He could let maybe classical music and songs for an succumbs like he has no choice and hidden his system author who's also very successful very stew musician. And he talks about this stuff and his relationship difficult relationship with his father. His father's resentment rufus success even though he really caused what Rufus does he didn't Russa Solo records than he had ever done on his relationship with Martha and Mountain Music in the House. So inciteful need talks budgets Bernie basically I think I mean. He is a really significant regards. Obviously dogs already cleanly love. The two albums hit made just essentially prior to this audience. If you won't want to which I think relate to package together as a sort of single were I. I think Brian's voice with made in Law's twenty years. I'm very aware of his roots because suddenly when Moss and I were both before school in my case Sutton was loud. thirds third on them which was a pretty big record and then when we were We loved the bond. We love the stuff and then the big arrogant sisters come up opposite goldens album release but should I think about you but I think it really spoke to both of us because it had sense of American that we got from the band. Yeah some extensions. Are The people like that and so for him to come out of that family with those sorts of folk slash Americana Roots? I didn't come out with his extraordinaire. Got This didn't yeah. I A song which is in itself fabulous but has been covered by thought. Too many people Hallelujah. By Leonard Cohen. Here she goes about any personal covered justified. The efforts as of making it. Well listen to now. Because he also talks extensively about his he puts together ready addictions to drugs and his promiscuity and an AIDS. And we'll listen to this clip which is actually about his addictions.
"charlie rich" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Right that was none other than John Denver there were yet that when John Denver was named to the country music hall of fame or else it might maybe one of his song about think of term Charlie rich who is a panacea award she he he took the a card on which John Denver's name was written slowly ignited his historic cigarette lighter and set fire to that's funny some of some some low soldiers couldn't stand John Denver I guess they thought he was getting too much credit a time a lot of others were not who knows anyway educates on pretty extreme yeah we're a bit of bill and Bolduc the blues COBOL is doing Alabama in this view of Alabama strictly role no meant no mention of cities or anything else but just country live red flags go to cabin on the hill yeah I left them well see a minute or so and we can get on the set lists but hadn't heard a thing about moonshine and yet remain illegal whiskey making his song about it the list of the great guitar pickin on the south is a Stanley brothers doing mountain do you down the road here from me there's no all around the if you just if you thank go down sure that why I I granted I when evening chores our range the plane at all I hi Natalie and I ride it all down do a lot right do no name why I I no railway I and there and it all I the tribute to western country last gene Autry ran down the canyon and we heard the Stanley brothers doing mountain dew that great guitar pickin was by hello Napier usually play the mandolin because he was doing some mad man and stop it on the guitar hope you enjoyed today's show and thanks for sticking with us and hope you.
"charlie rich" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"It. Amazing I like. Hey Oliver look at that. And you're perfectly dry and that house is getting drenched that's craziness. Yeah but that's just science. Which my vice president doesn't believe in But he's taking care of this thing. He's only knockdown Corolla a couple of pigs so write. All he has to do is start. His own podcast. How many people would subscribe to the Mike Pence? Podcast used to be a radio host. No really true Indiana Indiana where he was the governor right for governor before senator he was radio host does he. That was he was the governor. Correct yeah he he he just was. The governor need to both didn't he was he. Also a senator from Indiana Congressperson or something maybe Congress. I coulda sworn he was in. You may be right like he filled in like somebody maybe somebody dumped out and he got appointed. Or maybe you were at. I do remember. Indiana was like liberals. Were happy that Oh good. He's GONNA BE THE VICE PRE. He's going to be the vice president right and he'll stop being our governor. That's hundred house. But he was a congressman. Yeah for is that before or after from January thirteenth to January. Third Two thousand thirteen so it was before he became then. Governor Governor got. It's funny to see a little pictures of him with dark hair. And then you've got he's you know it's the same. It's the same exact hair cut off his head You know it's not Rodman Rod Blagojevich. You went charlie rich in prison. That's got a beautiful head of silver hair. Yeah very very thankful justice has been served has it? That's what he said he's wrong. Yeah he broke the law. He hundred percent broke the law. One hundred percent. I don't even think he would if you actually asked him. Did you do the things he might say? Well it should have been illegal but he did the things that they said he did. Yeah well we're all God's creatures we'll try to get buy in this great land of ours is honestly as possible and you think he's honest and you're wrong. She could sit and that was so many things I don't. Even I've vaguely remember the was embroiled in some scandal was legit bribery. When when Obama left the Senate he He offered the Senate seat for say right. I remember that got caught on tape. I unlike the the impeachment like he might have even said. Would you like me to bribe you? Yeah he's a he's got the he's got that Chicago accent. So it's Berber trumpet now. So Democrat the they haven't been too good to my door guy so interesting that someone would get caught cheating and breaking the law and then become a trump supporter coincidence.
"charlie rich" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Mean everything from schools to businesses to the airport locked down for days until that front left the area the even called out the National Guard in Indiana Ohio and Kentucky in order to rescue people help with clearing the roads getting food to people who were you know shut ins couldn't get out grocery store I mean it was that bad in nineteen this weekend in nineteen seventy eight one the worst blizzards ever anybody who lives around here still shutters every time and dimension it but the thankfully we're passing this weekend with well maybe just a few snow showers coming down from the lakes all right cool jun hole there and we have finally our first winner of the morning yes Charlie rich song and seventy four a very special love song was the answer that means ed we need to fire up a new trivia quiz so easy that the fourth call or got it yet three get ready your call in and get ready okay you're ready fifty percent off code motor K. O. T. E. dot com if you have the correct answer to this riddle go ahead ray Cyrus burst onto the music scene with a certified what sold in nineteen ninety two all very much you do not get that all right well it it national here well let's see we got some folks laid the line already Lou would be one of them I think lose up first and then we got to go to Wayne and fiddler and I still trying to get the man's you and we have well right now well only one lane open one triple eight eight six oh eight seventy five eight seven eight five no lines unfortunately at five one we just got rid of cooling there who was the last winner so.
"charlie rich" Discussed on KTRH
"This great pleasure Charlie rich so what do you do all of hello Chuck the just this moon this is the line in the cool he knew it lost this morning hello the song and is most white man blues he was from well I look forward to seeing in every law enforcement officer they can make it today we're buying your lunch actually.
"charlie rich" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Tigers in the Bearcats right here on six hundred W R E C. And of course, George Cline passing away yesterday at the age of eighty three the elevator speeches. He was a friend of Elvis, but he was so much more than that. And height wise. He was not the biggest fan heartwise you'd have to put him in the top top percentile up their love eleven that team. Yeah. George cline. There was an online petition several years ago. And I signed it and still it on. He's in the Memphis music hall of fame. Of course, obviously, it's an obvious choice. But to get in the rock and Roll Hall of fame. Did, you know do you remember, and I if I knew this I'd forgotten. He's actually the one that accepted Elvis Presley's bid into the rock and Roll Hall of fame in one thousand nine hundred eighty six and he did it at the request of Priscilla Presley, George that is and and there have been online petitions before because of the role that George George was one of the first rock and roll deejays. You know in the fifties. And then of course, had such influence on our local music scene but gave acknowledgement Tim to to music cross country. And like I said earlier we were talking to Tanya. You know, the the the rocket the who's who of rock and roll that comes to Memphis that goes to Graceland would seek him out. And you know, I always wished that. I could have been one of those always heard if you had a George Cline tour of the mansion. That it was second to none. I bet that was cool. I bet that was really neat. But there've been online petitions before about getting him in the rock and Roll Hall of fame, and I sure hope that comes back again because it's something I think that should be under consideration. But George Cline passing away. He had been ill. And and we knew things weren't good. If you read social media posts, you knew he'd been really sick of the last few weeks, and I think he'd been away from his Sirius XM radio show for a while. And I know Dave Brown had been doing his TV show. Yeah. For a while. And of course, day very close at day posted on Facebook. How he had known George for fifty five years, and that that would have put Dave is a very young pop when he got to know, George, and I know that goes back to their days at W H B Q when Dave Brown was a radio DJ before he moved over to TV you ask people, though, Tim even younger than me. And you we're the same age that have been in this business in Tanya who was on last hour who's about our age too. But you ask even younger members of the media the influence, the George Cline had or how he embraced the the younger people and would reach out and find them and just give them words of encouragement because he knew how hard this business was. You know, he had been been in it for for for so long before he moved on out of radio. And that was the thing last night is I hope I hope George realized the influence that he had in the friendships that he made on so many people in the respect that he had from people who not just because he was their connection to Elvis the office fan. But those of us who who knew him and met him and considered him an acquaintance or even a friend the influence that he had I hope he knew that so sad to hear. He died yesterday at the age of eighty three the longest running charity. I believe in Memphis was the George. It was the George Cline Christmas Christmas, Christmas charity show. And the first one was held gosh. Oh, gosh. He had it for decades. I cannot remember when the I I I'm just forty seven. So I can't remember when he had that first one. But I do know that I think that thing ran at least thirty years, and he do it at the end of the year right around closer to forty. But. Yeah, you're right. It was decades long. Now, you're exactly right. And not only he gave back to the city that he loved and and and tried to help out in as you said yet longtime running long running charity event, he had you don't want. It was during a he had. I don't know if he had hired wrestlers or wrestlers had agreed to do this at the Coliseum, but they had a wrestling ring built. I remember from pictures, and then George Cline had ace cannon local saxophone. Yeah. Master. Silver, FOX, Charlie rich rich that and then the rest is the rest is history Georgia, we miss dying yesterday at the age of eighty three the impact that he had on so many people. And like, I said part of the reason why he was was who he was was he was, you know, a lot of Elvis fans, he was their connection to Elvis when they would meet him Elvis long been gone since what Seventy-seven, but because you know, Elvis was the best man at his wedding. And he was part of that inner circle the Memphis mafia was their connection. I can't meet and shake Elvis's hands, but is Elvis his hand. But I can meet this guy. And that that's again why there's just today. I mean, you look at the different Elvis fan club Twitter feeds and all that from last night. I mean, there's there's a lot of sadness out there over his passing..
"charlie rich" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Know in the seventies to they they have all these bands come out, whether it was stuff you would here on AM. For instance, listening to the Doobie brothers you'd hear you might hear Doobie brothers. You might hear Charlie rich. The next song you might hear Tanya Tucker or even Helen Reddy. And then suddenly they're playing Frankenstein by Edgar winter. So you were exposed to all of these different kinds of music by listening to the radio back, then and the rock bands themselves. Mike and Mike. Thanks for the call. Great call Mike. You know, you would have. Amy. If you listen to the great vans back, then like the rock bands. Here this Frankenstein. Which didn't sound anything like the scorpions which didn't sound anything like rush Pink Floyd had their own sound zeppelin had their own sound scattered had their own sound, even the southern bands Marshall talker Leonard scanner the Allman brothers all sounded different. And that's what I appreciate it. Is I appreciated the fact that they stri- they were striving to create their own sound Anna's own sound. I'm so happy that I grew up listening to that kind of music. I truly am so thankful that I was exposed to all of that stuff. Instead of just this one genre. I mean, we were encouraged my parents, my mother listening to music, so we were encouraged to listen to it. And we were exposed to a lot of music Paul is in Yuba city. Joining us Paul. How are you? I'm fine. Our you're doing good. Thank you. My brother, Jim the beach, boys. We're back in the seventies late seventies. I think. Asia. The material of his own. He's rock musician. Abandon, my older, brother. Chuck L A area. It didn't do much original stuff. But. They cover. Stars at that. Hits covered was third rate. Romance slow..
"charlie rich" Discussed on The Adam and Dr. Drew Show
"What's going on? So this song you were regaling me with yesterday the most beautiful girl in the world K eight. So I just realized when we were playing it yesterday that that I didn't listen to the radio or music or records particular adage young in. Hey. The way you did. I I would hear the opening lyrics. I would be familiar with it. I know exactly. What's all you're talking about? I know I heard it all the time when I was tan or maybe about ten but never sat and listened to it. Okay. He was always just sort of background thing. And I I would I would my focus would be for the first thirty seconds. So I'm familiar with those lyrics, and then I've no idea what comes after that the music kind of more familiar to me with the lyrics. No way will Gary don't show us the lyrics, but you can check this this takes it. Now. What year? Did you do what you stop listen? When did this come out like nineteen seventy four that? They're correct, drew. She we wanna talk over Gary. I just thought it was gonna be earlier. I know next time be quiet and Adams, exactly, right. Nineteen seventy four. All right. So I was ten now. I was ten years old. We did not have a record player. And if we did we didn't play Charlie rich. This is not an alum. I've ever owned my family never owned it. Most people get into this stuff because dad kept playing the same Chicago. Or whatever it is. We didn't have any of that. So nobody had this..
"charlie rich" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Real wings vehicle so she ended tweed here is now they are now actually married but basically she's in it and i know paul stanley's wife it has a small kind of walk on part is one of the mothers against kiss at the rally speaking to shannon tweet me she actually she was really good here mean not that her part you know she's basically is gorgeous older woman that's picking up an edward furlong even after he puked up of got full of liquor on stage yeah list that scene has one of my favorite bad jokes were a teenager drinking a beer and they spit it out and go oh it's gone bad abby points points to the crew here that there they actually have a reference to premature ejaculation no which you know and as she handles it so sweetly i'm like i'm so glad his experience with the lady with somebody who's very understand not just like oh well you have a good night opens up the car door and pushes them out yeah actually i thought her interaction with edward furlong was very sweet ever it should have been numbers like to be someone to the sweet to the point there should be like charlie rich song attached to it like kisses a little little too which which is good thing but a little sleazy and hard rock of the sarah likes she she should've like rectum league you know like he stumbles out of the car like his closer ripped off and he's you know he just passes out and she's like oh you know she's like vanity or something nasty girl and you know when you're done i was kinda hoping that after he prematurely ejaculated that he's turned her and said well the ladies call me mr speed the same way again then she's like so would you like some anal and he he's like i got nothing to lose and which apparently that song is actually about anal sex i did not know this to last year so i just finding that out right now you're welcome such a good song team.