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 Posthumous Chuck Berry live album to be released in December

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last week

Posthumous Chuck Berry live album to be released in December

"Record to celebrating with the announcement of a new live album our margins are a letter with the latest we re doing rock classics or would he simply called Chuck Berry songs like Carol rock and roll music and Johnny B. Goode will be featured on the line from blueberry hill album on December seventeenth the performances were recorded between July two thousand five in January two thousand six a blueberry hill cafe in St Louis love that stage so much he played it two hundred nine times in seventeen years his backing band included his daughter Ingrid on harmonica and his son Charles berry junior on guitar

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How a Young Paul Anka Got His Start in the Music Industry

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:39 min | Last month

How a Young Paul Anka Got His Start in the Music Industry

"Old were you when you met the producer. Don cost of fifteen years old. Fifteen fifty fifty. You say fifteen. That's it's it's a little bit amazing. Are you amazed now when you see fifteen year olds. I don't get the impression that they have to get open. Go you did different scenario. You know you have to realize. Today's works totally different with the technology. These parents pushing these kids out. Because of these talent shows They don't have they don't have to have the The kind of passion that those that started with me you know we were the small little culture people. We all got lucky with all had a gift. We were pioneers. You know today. it's real easy. Yes not easy to get the popularity but back then. I was very confident. is very focused which you had to be and i can still remember the vibe that i had when i left home What i was thinking how focused i was and then i realized what had happened for me that everybody around. It was sophisticated at all from the brothers. Buddy holly you name of chuck berry. We're just a bunch of kids. We have talent but we were not sophisticated most people. Aren't you know you start getting into some kind of journey where you're successful in your crawling along joined to deal with it but you know you don't have any wisdom to deal with it and ultimately hope that you do so that you can deal with it so back then Yeah we were just driving little teenagers. You know right and these teenage songs annoy talent and we had a choice yet. Choices screwed up or not to screw it up and i just decided to stay focused. Whatever came. I was ready for

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"chuck berry" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:34 min | 10 months ago

"chuck berry" Discussed on KGO 810

"Oh, that's a documentary about the cheek. Wait, I digress. Anyway of the There's a lot of Feeling bad right now about what's happening in the movie industry. But let me tell you YouTube has given us such glory. For example, I'll put on YouTube but just put on the best of Mel Brooks or I'll put on YouTube. But if I need to shake my booty, I'll put on Chuck Berry. I mean, you know, it's amazing what YouTube can give to you. Do you ever do that with music and yeah, I do. I'm actually on YouTube a lot poking around because there's so many fun things you can see snippets able shows great scenes from great movies. You know, sometimes I like to go back. And if there's a favorite scene in the movie, you just go back and watch that scene on YouTube. Like what would you do like what? Well, I'll give you a good example One of my favorite scenes in in, uh Of all movies is that final scene of Mr Holland's opus when he walks back into the gymnasium, and there are I tear up every time I watch that, so sometimes I own the movie, but sometimes on a DVD. I don't watch that Nobody uses those anymore. But I'll go back and watch that scene or or any number of scenes. I recently went just out of curiosity I hadn't seen in a while. I watch that scene with John Travolta. Numa Thurman dancing in Hold six. Just like Oh, I hadn't seen that. You know, it's fun to be able to do that. We do live in a remarkable age and they call it the new Age of Man. Holiday. Yeah. Jan Dan, you were the best. And you've been so passionate about film and entertainment the Bay area for all of these years and you have entertained us and educated us about movies. Great stuff it Despite the pandemic, This really was a pretty good year for movies wasn't Yeah. You just have to look a little deeper. You know, You have to open up your creativity and dive in. Oh, I like it when I talked like that. This is really good. Mae West. We we've I've learned something about Jan. Today. Jan Wall. Thanks so much for coming on. Oh, yeah. Thanks, Dan. Happy New Year, Everybody. Happy New Year. You're the best. Thanks, Jan. Stay with us kg away. 10 back here. Just a moment. Hi. I'm Rick gentleman with a warning. Millions of people are buying stocks they think or low on price. Watch out. A lot of investors have no idea the risks they're taking. But you're holding steady, right? You haven't made a trade all year. That could be a problem, too. With covert on the scene. You might need Maurin cash than before. And maybe you need to reduce your market risk as well. Are you sure your portfolio is covert ready?.

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"chuck berry" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"chuck berry" Discussed on Pantheon

"You. It was it really was it was a lift and I don't know what would make you do that. I guess you just feel like you got the idea and you got the melody in your head and you put words to it, and suddenly you're making it your own song. But that ended up being a whole thing, they used a lot of the but they used a lot of the Ray, the lyrics and the phrasing and stuff that Chuck Berry was using at the same time. The whole style was exactly the others no doubt about that, and that's what led to his disbelief is probably a better way to put it at. So Paul. Chuck goes through the sixties and the you know and he's he's having some hits and and he's built the the the palace, the big joined he built out there. He's he he got out of Saint Louis and moved out to winds fill and you really started building for his future because he was smart he said something and I think this might have come from his mother. The educator said, there are five things that are important in life your health education making some money and I forget what the other two work that was his quote on the five thing. You he had a kind of a devil may care attitude about things within some of the Times that got him in this in trouble, and then he kinda got back on track ditty. Well, it's. But this way it that way I mean, even then I forget who was in the White House when he did like this big White House concert thing and he was it was either LBJ or. See what year that was, but here it is no wonder. I couldn't find it. It's all the way down here. My notes nineteen, seventy-nine, it was Jimmy Carter allow. So you know he's he's doing all these He's more mainstream acceptable things. One of the things he did which you alluded to earlier he did the London Chuck Berry Sessions, which is was an iconic record in my household growing up, and it included on the live side little ditty call my Ding Ling which was pretty big record chuck. When you say number one yeah his only number lung. Yeah. I. Think it was and all those records sold all those copies that was huge and it was a huge success again for chess because they had done a series of London sessions I have a number of them how London Hell Wolf sessions is perhaps the best of him and I love Chuck Berry's London Chuck Berry sessions and just the hold my dangling thing it just kinda put them in a different I don't know the different direction and. That's about after that. He pretty much became a solo act alone wolf on the road making his way to the next town and I don't know how you survive all that time without getting rob and people knowing you got cash but he he made it work any any when he got older, he continued to make it work but then something caught up with him from the past Johnny Johnson had played on all those records piano and all those Chuck Berry records and and really had been involved in. The formation of a Lotta the songs and I think it was through a documentary. They found him driving a bus in Saint Louis and they him about those days and he now we're just making up songs and having fun in the studio and that's when his family and he finally realized that he probably should have gotten songwriting credits and they settled that it took some saber rattling button they settled that and I was glad to see that. Did he get back royalties for some of his work as well? Good and I hope Chessen them paid him for it because they needed to well I. Don't I'm sure chuck did had to as well. It's a whole nother episode I think. You GotTa remember at one point Leonard Chess sold it I. think he sold it to MCA, and so that means it somewhere in the universal music group catalogue. Now, in fact, I'm pretty sure the lot of the chess masters were in that terribly wire, which we just heard about that happened ten years ago. So we heard about the fire, but they kept from us the information that the masters like Chuck, Berry and Aretha, and all of that stuff were all all ruined ruined if I recording master and the second recording masters are good but there's a special feel and a special sound to those original records while they were. In a special with the you know the air dries could be the perfect conditions for storing and that's a whole nother. Put all those recordings in the seed bank in the deer seriously. Seriously it'll be safer there than it will be in any building you go forward as we were talking about earlier once again, trouble finds Chuck Berry in the eighties and gets accused of assaulting somebody in New York and it's just the POTTY CAM in. Ninety nine hundred ninety. Yeah. Women who said that he had a video camera in a bathroom at his restaurants they settled all these things out and I'm glad that he had the resources to do that and and but I think then even as as recently as nineteen ninety, Chuck's legacy includes his incarcerations this thing here with the potty campus you call. It really doesn't seem to have tarnish or ruined him or his reputation here in the twenty first century and I don't really understand why some maybe it's because the era it happened in or the it was so long ago type thing but it seems that these kind of things where they to happen with an artist today would be damning if not career. And they would be totally career ending in today's PC world I mean look at what's happening with Michael Jackson. A lot of people are taking his music offer radio stations and they're doing that with other artists who've, but is it right? That's a whole different discussion for a different day I think it is when it comes to chuck. Berry though I, think that you know. The the legend of Chuck Berry is best put in context maybe by other people who've got a little something to say about it and I've got some great quotes here. Love to hear him I remember hearing Sonny, Terry, and Brownie mcghee big Bill Bruhns, Z., Chuck Berry and Bo Diddley, and not really knowing anything about the geography or the culture of the music. But. For some reason, it did something to me. It resonated who's that who do you think it is Keith Eric Clapton. Wow. I figured it was a Brit Man, those Brits men they really understood Music Oh. Yeah. They really understood it. I plug into a lot of old rock and roll Chuck Berry Buddy Holly, Little Richard Jerry. Lewis I love all that stuff. Amazon this. It makes sense though but if you look at how Angus plays, he plays totally Chuck Berry. Style and a lot of ways when Johnny Ramone said, yes I never liked blues and I really didn't like jazz I like Chuck Berry. which is a compliment any member of the ramones absolutely. All right, and there's a guy who's more contemporary who I really like Chris Stapleton debt do play guitar like nobody's business really is amazing grace. I'm not reinventing the wheel here or should I do crispy do? I'm not reinventing the wheel here. I'm not Chuck Berry or Bill Monroe guys like that or from outer space. Is Kinda right about that. A whole world of their own. There's only one true king of rock and roll his name as Chuck Berry. You think said that Steve Land Morris who stevie wonder Stevie wonder hey what? Here's good with Jerry Lee Lewis a guy who is in there in in the fifties my momma said, Elvis are pretty good but you're no chuck Berry. Imagine you're Mr Bloom get on blue suede shoes your over your all over. ABC. Chuck Berry Blow it a shot that's kicking the onions and my hero John Lennon. May, said it best he said, should I do it my John? If you try to give rock and roll another name he might call it Chuck Berry. Wow that's a really good growth and it is and it's interesting because so many people claim the you know, call, Chuck, the Godfather of rock and roll in a Lotta ways it's not far from the truth but I'm curious to what he heard that got him to where he was what records he was listening to as a kid that how John No Chuck helped him and that style that he developed like, what was it in him? That made him..

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"chuck berry" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"chuck berry" Discussed on Pantheon

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"chuck berry" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"chuck berry" Discussed on Pantheon

"Hadn't been heard before took rock and roll into some places that I it. It wasn't going before it had been bright predominantly watered down and targeted in the marketing area towards white suburban teenagers and I guess there've been teenagers back in a lot of kids lived in the city. So now you've got this different sound and a guy who's really bringing in mckinney the box for the chess game then he gets into trouble again and we talked about this a little bit i. Of portray it well in Cadillac records and it's the problem of shucks dalliance with underaged ladies. Yes and it gets them in trouble again and and it's really sad because at this point. Everyone's consider the fodder Iraq and Rocha's he took it to places that had hadn't gone before he created a whole mystique outside of the mainstream and then took it mainstream. You know I also have a special place affection in my heart for Little Richard who was Always, you know Richard wasn't shy about trying to get attention. He was always good his. When he would give an interview or talk on. TV. Before he would do an appearance that his his demeanor was always over the top and he was quick to say like in the WHO says Chuck Berry's the father of rock and roll. So he going on and on and on about it and finally somebody said Yeah he's the Father Richard but you're the architect and he was like, that's right. Baby I'm the architect and answer that they kind of that Kinda settled that and I don't know when all that was going on I. I wasn't sure I was born them but late fifties fifties probably before I was even here. So that's one of the early rock and Roll Lake. Bryan Adams rivalry stay. Because you didn't really have a whole lot of that, otherwise there was a lot of when you look at. The Sun Records Gang, they were all pulling for each other record in each other's records and stuff like that. But you know you look at this list of songs and these are all the singles that Chuck Berry released in and just like what three I condensed it down to three pages, hundreds of singing and it's in the thing is everyone of those that I have chuck check marks next to our songs that were. Hits like Havana Moon in Hail Hail Rock and roll it come on and things like that, and then there's the big check marks the ones that really changed for people like you know Carol in the USA and little Queenie huff things like that and no particular place to go. These are songs that inspired chuck, Berry lovers to form bands and a play those songs long after chuck could stop being making that the crux of his shows and that's another thing the Beatles were. Absolutely. Hear it in their music stones. The needles everybody will cite him as kinks you have to all of them. Now he toured for a long time. He shows back in those days. was He doing like two fifty, three, hundred a year back in those days probably, and at one point at one point he had a band but then things changed and I we gotta look deeper into this may be in a future episode or on an update he no longer traveled with the band. he was playing he would show up with Card Cadillac. Station Wagon on point to you would show up. He would take the guitar in the camp out of out of the trunk, lock it up. But the keys in his pocket inside that trump was a suitcase full of cash from the previous shows. Had to pay him cash and he showed up did the show. By the way the thing that changed when he didn't have his own band every night was he would play with local pickup band and that was had to be the sixties or later because when I saw him in the seventies, he was doing it because everybody in every town had at least one band. The knew how to play the Chuck Berry Catalog Right, when did you they absolutely if? You got a band if you if if he's coming to town solo and paying musicians to back them up every night, you bet, yeah, well, I think it was just a natural part of it too. You know and things got different in the seventies and even then my one experiencing Chuck Berry. Can I bore you with it? Oh No, it's not boring it all stop it's probably There is a club over in Jersey called Alexander's in Browns mills. Near the base. So the shows they're always had a a member of the guys from the base. So it was always a bit of a fun affair and we traveled over from PA because I was like this is it. This may be my only chance to see Chuck Berry, it was in the seventies, right so me and my buddy metal Mike and my wife Barbara the time we go over and we find Alexander's back in those days. We didn't have GPS, kids So we find Alexander's we. Get our tickets and we go in and there's Chuck Berry's opening band local ban. I won't say their name because they had a rough night. They were fine as the opening band chuck walks out plugs in and starts playing, and as he would do with what I later learned with every band was he made sure they knew what he was going to play to start, and then he just kind of went from there figuring they would follow along not the case really multiple times I saw him go over and. Yell at guys while in the middle of still playing now, he still did the duck walkman. He still did all the all the moves and all that. This is one of the things on never forget about this night and anybody who is their nose and probably remembers it to he goes back. He's yelling into the era of the drummer and he leans over and he falls off the back of the stage what yes, he falls off the back of the stage. I couldn't believe it. Did he cut the? Show show shorter. You get back up and play first off realized that at this point, he's probably fifty years old. Yeah. Falls off the stage everybody's gasping the music keeps playing and Shit you not all the sudden. He comes doc walking up the steps that lead up to the back of the stage never missed the note played on played the whole show. He was a little as cantankerous towards the ban after that but maybe it was because they were probably scared shitless that they were going to get killed your. Chuck die they'd want that. But that's my chuck Berry. Concert moment. That's kind of a cool story if you really think about it something like that doesn't happen very often if all, that's a rarity to see somebody a great musician like that fall off the stage I know we read about it more in the paper, but that's only because the social media and things like that that it seems like it may happen more than it does. But back then if something happened unless there was a reporter writing about it and there might have been a couple of reporters there I don't remember we'd have to pull out the microfilm. Listening. Rand ex was a writer for them back in the. Interesting. Are you there wait a minute I'm doing my math really and Arab same age probably not but you never know he started young. So you know that's that's his live. was always incredible and He was always the showman. Did he sound good live lake did the music sound electric and make you move and? In his voice. Great. Great but it sounded like it was a very simple setup to well yeah. He and a Bass Guitar and drums behind him and he just had to have his amp set setup. They did their thing and then he walked out turned on, walked up plug man started the show is it was a really great as far as going to see a show wasn't like a half hour thirty, five, forty minute changeovers I don't think anybody cares about that part of it, but it was really the falling off the stage thing was that was the thing i. Can't believe that in the fact that he carried a suitcase of cash got paid in cash. And ditched his band so he could maximize his money. There's a quote that I read from Chuck Berry. But before we give the quote I, WanNa, do our sponsors out there righteous moment here on the imbalance.

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"chuck berry" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"chuck berry" Discussed on Pantheon

"Welcome to episode sixteen of your favorite new podcast, the imbalance history of rock and roll. I'm Ray. Cou, I'm Markus in the darkest Lou guess. We have a new first here we have our first sponsor. Balance His podcast. Thanks to our good friends at crooked eye brewing on Gumri Avenue in Hafbro a great place to hang out and enjoy. Amazing Bruce. But we want to thank you can find them on all the social media and online just google crooked eye brewery and we thank the Paul's and Jeff and everybody there for their support our first sponsor. Here on the imbalance history podcast. So we have a listener suggestion Marcus for this week's episode number sixteen in our crazy podcast, eric measure who follows us on facebook and as listener obviously suggested almost at the beginning that we had to do an episode about the man who has called the father of rock and roll I'm talking about Charles Edward Anderson. Berry. That's four names I know. That's why they call him chuck I. Guess I think it's easier. To get into talking about Chuck you got some interesting feedback on facebook this week. Tell us about it. Yeah. We had a fantastic two part interview with Kenny. aaronson. Last who episode Yup not only did he fill in holes in the imbalanced history of rock and roll, but he had great stories to share like seriously great stories to share that. Also answer questions and show the direction of how rock and roll was moving back. Then I was really good. Thank you. Yeah and thank you to Tom Semioli Bravo. Guys great interview with Kenny Aaronson. Loved the work you're doing most simpatico with my no, your bass player site and video series. Kenny is a terrific interview. We're hoping to get him on film as well. Keep up the great work on listening. Sweet. Totally sweet. Tell you what else? Sweet but way the Chuck? Berry. Wrote and played that rock and roll. That is true. Now, I'm curious as to how he developed his groove when things were so different musically at that time because it wasn't as edgy as what Chuck Berry was doing. Well, if you think about it, he's out there growing up in Saint Louis area. He kind of Missouri Guy All's life right up to the end when when he passed away. At Age Ninety, right after releasing his last album and he was country he he had an influence of country music as well as rhythm and blues and everything else that he was here and we talk about how we are like sponges with music I think chuck was the same way when he's a young Guy he came from a his mom was principal and his dad was a contractor a Deacon what you call a middle class family. In the forties that's rare for the African. American. Community and it was still segregated and chuck had a wild hair up his ass. Oh God himself in a GM. You know a very difficult time in this is before he was known for music or anything and ended up in. A. Reform School and was sent there until he was released on his twenty first birthday in nineteen, forty seven, and that's where I think the musical journey really began when people who've talked about hearing chuck before he got famous or maybe on some of the earlier records that I'm not familiar with they talk about. country. Feel to it. Bucko INS. His said stuff about some kind of musical synchronised city there with you know that similar sounds. But I guess he figured out how he'd figured out how to roll in eventually chuck figured out the rock part and and that's when things really took off and it's interesting because we've talked a lot about the gospel aspect, the pentecostal aspect of rock and roll but we really haven't delved much into the Hillbilly Americana Branch of the Rock and roll family tree, and that's fascinating because normally you see that more with Caucasian musicians versus the non white musicians due to the fact that the Soul in the Gospel was so big and so strong in in radio at that time. That's true. That's that's. Something that I think people realize people tend to think of the Gospel influences being in Church, which obviously it starts, but it also had a huge following in on radio. Am Radio is monstrous with Gospel and you know in some ways, it still is It's kind of gone full circle. But while he's playing around, he hooks up with a guy named Johnny Johnson would be part of his band for I guess on an offer years when he had a band his own band and they started playing around and by nineteen fifty, five chuck makes his way to Chicago. He runs into muddy waters in. We haven't talked much about chess records and their history. But by the mid sixties, some of the success that they'd had it it began to wane a little bit. I always look at the movie Cadillac records. It's not historically accurate, but it gives you an idea of what was going on in there in Chuck's arrival. He's heralded as a bit of maybe a savior to chess records any delivers look I mean look it comes out and. Starts, doing, his own songs you know. Working on that reworking Ida read the maybelline and that takes off, and then of course, we were just talking about the list of songs. The Chuck Berry released he has big hit with roll over Beethoven you were talking about yellow still nods to marry not yet. They still closed their shows with it. I saw Jeff Lynne last summer, and he still closed his show with it. Just a quick aside if you think about it that Song Roll over Beethoven to a bunch of guys from Birmingham. England who were playing classically infused rock and roll was the epitome of what they can do in addition to creating their own music coming out of the move and becoming ill. So it became a natural for them. How can you not? If you're yellow play that soccer every night? Too good and the fact that they had the cellos violins to it, and it still has a media big sound is on a leg. It's media's hell by yellow I don't wrong chuck version magical but yellow really did it a solid what happens for him in this period of time at chess as we mentioned roll over Beethoven maybelline Right says school days and rock and roll music and sweet little sixteen. Johnny be good which obviously is one of the all-time rock and roll songs because it put together elements. that..

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"chuck berry" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"chuck berry" Discussed on Pantheon

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"chuck berry" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"chuck berry" Discussed on Pantheon

"It was it really was it was a lift and I don't know what would make you do that I guess you just feel like you got the idea and you got the melody in your head and you put words to it, and suddenly you're making it your own song. But that ended up being a whole thing, they used a lot of the but they used a lot of the Ray, the lyrics and the phrasing and stuff that Chuck Berry was using at the same time. The whole style was exactly the others no doubt about that, and that's what led to his disbelief is probably a better way to put it at. So Paul. Chuck goes through the sixties and the you know and he's he's having some hits and and he's built the the the palace the big joined he built out there. He's he he got out of Saint Louis and moved out to win spill and you really started. For his future because he was smart, he said something and I think this might have come from his mother. The educator said, there are five things that are important in life your health education making some money and I forget what? The other two work that was his quote on the five thing. You, he had a kind of a devil may care attitude about things within some of the Times that got him in this in trouble, and then he kinda got back on track ditty. Well, it's but this way it that way I mean even then I forget who was in the White House when he did like this big White House concert thing and he was it was either LBJ or. See what year that was but here it is no wonder I couldn't find it. It's all the way down here my notes Nineteen seventy-nine, it was Jimmy Carter. So you know he's he's doing all these He's more mainstream acceptable things. One of the things he did which you alluded to earlier he did the London Chuck Berry Sessions, which is was an iconic record in my household growing up and it included on the live side little ditty call my Ding which was pretty big record chuck when you say number one yeah his only number lung. Yeah I think it was and all those records sold all those copies. That was huge and it was a huge success again for chess because they had done a series of London sessions I have a number of them how London Hell Wolf sessions is perhaps the best of him and I love Chuck Berry's London Chuck Berry sessions and just the hold my dangling thing. It just Kinda put them in a different I don't know the different direction and that's about after that he pretty much became a solo act alone wolf on the road. making his way to the next town and I don't know how you survive all that time without getting rob and people knowing you got cash but he he made it work any any when he got older, he continued to make it work but then something caught up with him from the past Johnny Johnson had played on all those records piano and all those Chuck Berry records and and really had been involved in the formation of a lot of the songs. In I think it was through a documentary. They found him driving a bus in Saint Louis and they him about those days and he now we're just making up songs and having fun in the studio and that's when his family and he finally realized that he probably should have gotten songwriting credits and they settled that it took some saber rattling button they settled that and I was glad to see that. Did he get back royalties for some of his work as well? Good. And I hope Chessen them paid him for it because they needed to. Well, I don't I'm sure chuck did had to as well. It's a whole nother episode I think. You GotTa remember at one point. Leonard. Chess. Sold it I think he sold it to MCA, and so that means it somewhere in the universal music group catalogue. Now, in fact, I'm pretty sure the lot of the chess masters were in that terribly wire which we just heard about that happened ten years ago. So we heard about the fire, but they kept from us the information that the masters like, Chuck Berry and Aretha and all of that stuff were all. All ruined ruined if I recording master and the second recording masters are good but there's a special feel and a special sound to those original records while they were. In. A special with the you know the air dries could be the perfect conditions for storing and that's a whole nother. Put all those recordings in the seed bank in the deer seriously. Seriously it'll be safer there than it will be in any building you go forward as we were talking about earlier once again, trouble finds Chuck Berry in the eighties and gets accused of assaulting somebody in New York and it's just the POTTY CAM in. Ninety, nine hundred ninety. Yeah. Women who said that he had a video camera in a bathroom at his restaurants they settled all these things out and I'm glad that he had the resources to do that and and but I think then even as as recently as nineteen ninety, Chuck's legacy includes his incarcerations. This thing here with the potty campus you call. It really doesn't seem to have tarnish or ruined him or his reputation here in the twenty first century and I don't really understand why some maybe it's because the era it happened in or the it was so long ago type thing but it seems that these kind of things where they to happen with an artist today would be damning if not. Career and they would be totally career ending in today's PC world i. mean look at what's happening with Michael Jackson, a lot of people are taking his music offer radio stations and they're doing that with other artists who've but isn't right. That's a whole different discussion for a different day I. Think it is when it comes to Chuck Berry though I think that you know. The the legend of Chuck Berry is best put in context. Maybe by other people who've got a little something to say about it and I've got some great quotes here. Love to hear him I remember hearing Sonny Terry and Brownie mcghee big Bill Bruhns Z. Chuck Berry and Bo Diddley and not really knowing anything about the geography or the culture of the music but. For. Some reason it did something to me. It resonated WHO's that? Who Do you think it is Keith Eric Clapton. Wow. I. Figured it was a Brit Man, those Brits men they really understood music. Oh. Yeah. They really understood it. I plug into a lot of old rock and roll chuck. Berry Buddy Holly Little Richard. Jerry Lewis I. Love All that stuff Amazon this. It makes sense though but if you look at how Angus plays, he plays totally Chuck Berry. Style and a lot of ways when Johnny Ramone said, yes I never liked blues and I really didn't like jazz I like Chuck. Berry. which is a compliment, any member of the Ramones I'll absolutely all right and there's a guy who's more contemporary who I really like Chris Stapleton debt do play guitar like nobody's business really is amazing grace. I'm not reinventing the wheel here or should I do crispy do? I'm not reinventing the wheel here. I'm not Chuck Berry or Bill Monroe guys like that or from outer space. Is Kinda right about that. A whole world of their own, there's only one true king of rock and roll his name. As Chuck Berry you think said that Steve, Land Morris. Who stevie wonder Stevie Wonder Hey, what? Here's good with Jerry Lee Lewis who is in there in in the fifties my Mama said you elvis are pretty good but you're no chuck Berry. Mr. Get on Blue Suede shoes your over your all over. ABC. Chuck Berry. Blow let a shot that's kicking the onions and my hero John. Lennon maybe said it best. He said should I do it my John? If, you try to give rock and roll another name, he might call it Chuck Berry. Song. That's a really good growth and it is and it's interesting because so many people claim the you know. Call. Chuck the Godfather of rock and roll in a Lotta ways it's not far from the truth, but I'm curious to what he heard that got him to where he was what records he was listening to as a kid that how John No. Chuck. Helped him find that style that he developed like, what was it in him? That made him..

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"chuck berry" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"chuck berry" Discussed on Pantheon

"Music events other funds scheduled each month. Great Bruce Great People, and fun, times next time you want a true craft beer experience stopped by for a pint and make it crooked eye you will feel. Like family the moment you walk through the door crooked eye bruin thanks to them for their sponsorship of our little imbalanced history podcast yet. Thank you very much crooked I, because this has been so much fun to do so far, and it gets more and more fun with each recording. So back, the chuck back to listen, he gets in trouble we talked about it multiple times and he gets in. Trouble and he gets out of jail things have changed and he signed with Mercury records now the Beatles and the stones at both had hits with Chuck Berry Songs and did he leave chess or chess drop him because of his legal sexual issues with underage girls or had his contract expired or where things a little looser as far as contractual law back then sounds like a podcast update research team. Because I'm not really sure. Deal a starts having hits at Mercury to no particular place to go which we mentioned before you also had you never can tell and Nadine these are great songs great. Chuck Berry songs in the sixties when things really changing especially here in America a lot a novelty hits here in America doing really well in the radio and then you had chuck Berry just reckon yeah like seriously racking with that. Guitar, and this is a scene from Cadillac records that I remember. It's how pissed off was Chuck Berry when he realized that he may have been plagiarized by the beach boys. Yeah. Was He pissed it seemed like he was at least the way they portrayed it in the movie lease legal things tend to get worked out but he claimed that Surfin USA was really his sweet little sixteen surname lose. Ladies Gentlemen Chuck Berry.

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"chuck berry" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"chuck berry" Discussed on Pantheon

"Of that Kinda settled that and I don't know when all that was going on I. I wasn't sure I was born them but late fifties fifties probably before I was even here. So that's one of the early rock and Roll Lake Bryan Adams rivalry stay. Because you didn't really have a whole lot of that otherwise there was a lot of when you look at. The Sun records gang, they were pulling for each other record in each other's records and stuff like that. But you know you look at this list of songs and these are all the singles that Chuck Berry released in and just like what three I condensed it down to three pages, hundreds of singing, and it's in the thing is everyone of those that I have chuck check marks next to our songs that were. Hits like Havana Moon in Hail Hail. Rock and roll it come on and things like that and then there's the big check marks the ones that really changed for people like you know Carol in the USA and little. Queenie. Things like that and no particular place to go. These are songs that inspired Chuck Berry lovers to form bands and a play. Those songs long after Chuck could stop being making that the crux of his shows and that's another thing the Beatles were. Absolutely. Hear it in their music stones the needles. Him kinks you have to all of them. Now he toured for a long time. He shows back in those days. was He doing like two fifty, three, hundred a year back in those days probably, and at one point at one point he had a band but then things changed and I, we gotta look deeper into this may be in a future episode or on an update he no longer traveled with the band. he was playing he would show up with card. Cadillac. Station Wagon on point to you would show up. He would take the guitar in the camp out of out of the trunk, lock it up. But the keys in his pocket inside that trump was a suitcase full of cash from the previous shows. Had to pay him cash and he showed up did the show. By the way the thing that changed when he didn't have his own band every night was he would play with local pickup band and that was had to be the sixties or later because when I saw him in the seventies, he was doing it because everybody in every town had at least one band. The knew how to play the Chuck Berry Catalog. Right. When did you they? Absolutely, if you got a band if you if if he's coming to town solo and paying musicians to back them up every night, you bet, yeah, I think it was just a natural part of it too. You know and things got different in the seventies and even then my one experiencing Chuck Berry. Can I bore you with? It Oh. No, it's not boring it all stop. It's probably exciting. There is a club over in. Jersey. Called Alexander's in browns mills and near the base. So the shows they're always had a a member of the guys from the base. So it was always a bit of a fun affair and we traveled over from PA because I was like this is It this may be my only chance to see chuck. Berry it was in the seventies right Oh. So me and my Buddy Metal Mike and my wife Barbara the time we go over and we find Alexander's back in those days we didn't have GPS, kids So we find Alexander's we get our tickets and we go in and there's Chuck Berry's opening band local. Ban I. Won't say their name because they had a rough night. They were fine as the opening band chuck walks out plugs in and starts playing and as he would do with what I later learned with every band was he made sure they knew what he was going to play to start, and then he just kind of went from there figuring they would. Follow along not the case really multiple times I. saw him go over and yell at guys while in the middle of still playing now he still did the duck walkman. He still did all the all the moves and all that. This is one of the things on never forget about this night and anybody who is their nose and probably remembers it to he goes. Back. He's yelling into the era of the drummer and he leans over and he falls off the back of the stage what yes, he falls off the back of the stage. I couldn't believe it did he cut the show show shorter? You get back up and play first off realized that at this point, he's probably fifty years old. Yeah. Falls off the stage everybody's. Gasping, the music keeps playing and Shit you not all the sudden. He comes doc walking up the steps that lead up to the back of the stage never missed the note played on played the whole show. He was a little as cantankerous towards the ban after that but maybe it was because they were probably scared shitless that they were going to get killed your. Chuck die they'd want that show but that's my chuck Berry. Concert moment that's kind of a cool story if you really think about it something like that doesn't happen very often if all, that's a rarity to see somebody a great musician like that fall off the stage I know we read about it more in the paper but that's only because the social media and things like that that it seems like it may happen more than it does. But back, then if something happened unless there was a reporter writing about it and there might have been a couple of reporters there I don't remember we'd have to pull out the microfilm. Listening rand ex was a writer for them back in the. Interesting. Index are you there wait a minute? I'm doing my math and Arab same age probably not but you never know he started young. So you know that's that's his live thing was was always incredible and He was always the showman. Did he sound good live lake did the music sound electric and make you move and? In his voice. Great. Great. But it sounded like it was a very simple setup to well yeah. He and a Bass Guitar and drums behind him and he just had to have his amp setup they their thing and then he walked out turned on, walked up plug man started the show is it was a really great as far as going to see a show wasn't like a half hour thirty, five, forty minute changeovers. I don't think anybody cares about that part of it, but it was really the falling off the stage thing was that was the thing I Can't believe that in the fact that he carried a suitcase of cash got paid in cash. And ditched his band so he could maximize his money. There's a quote that I read from Chuck, Berry. But before we give the quote I WANNA do our sponsors out there righteous moment here on the imbalance history of a rock and roll podcast we are sponsored by our good friends at crooked eye brewing. They're located at thirteen. East Montgomery Avenue in the heart of Hafbro. Pennsylvania and. 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Roll Over Beethoven

Classics for Kids

05:27 min | 1 year ago

Roll Over Beethoven

"Hello I'm. Naomi. lewin welcome to classics for kids. For some reason, maybe because he was such a genius, Beethoven seemed to be the butt of jokes than any other composer. Not all the jokes have to do with music but some. Your parents and grandparents probably know the song roll over Beethoven. Chuck, Berry originally made it popular back in the nineteen fifties this version by electric light orchestra even quotes Beethoven's Fifth Symphony. That's not the only popular song to use Beethoven's fifth. A disco hit from the seventies is even named for a fifth of Beethoven. It's no joke than in World War Two. Beethoven's fifth took on a whole new meaning back. Then important messages were still sent by Telegraph using Morse Code and dictate the DOT is Morse code for the letter. V. After British Prime Minister Winston Churchill declared a campaign called V for victory. Of The BBC British public radio started playing the first four notes of Beethoven's fifth before all news bulletins. A. Beethoven. Never married but after he died someone found a very passionate letter, he had addressed to my immortal beloved. No one knows who the immortal beloved might have been but turns up in. Beethoven joke that takes the fifth. The joke goes that the immortal beloved was threatening to leave Beethoven because he didn't pay enough attention to her Beethoven said, that's ridiculous. You are everything to me. You're my life you're my inspiration and she looked at him and said me. Everything your life your inspiration ha ha. and. Then there's the joke about a man who's wandering through a cemetery in Europe and stumbles on Beethoven's grave. He's very surprised to see Beethoven sitting up in his coffin furiously erasing his music. So he asks excuse me Mr Beethoven what on Earth Are you doing and Beethoven snaps back can't you see? I'm decomposing. Bits of Beethoven also turn up in amusing ways in movies, and that's not even counting the movie about the dog named Beethoven and the sequels Beethoven's second and Beethoven's third. The Beatles one of the most famous rock bands ever made a movie called help that uses Beethoven's music. When the Drummer Ringo gets trapped by a snarling tiger from a German zoo, his friends tell him. Off To do is famous Van Hoven famous. Got Up on talk. and Beethoven puts him appearances in musical theater to. All through the music man, the phony professor Harold Hill claims he could teach kids to play musical instruments using the think method. The PC wants them to think is Beethoven's MINUET IN G lie down. A. Live. My favorite use of Beethoven in musical theater comes from you're a good man Charlie Brown based on characters from the peanuts comicstrip. One of them is the piano playing Schroeder who idolizes Beethoven as Schroeder plays Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata Lucy tries desperately to get his attention, but you can tell it's not going to work. I'm sure Beethoven would be amazed at all the places he's popped up.

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Roll Over Beethoven

Classics for Kids

05:27 min | 1 year ago

Roll Over Beethoven

"Hello I'm. Naomi. lewin welcome to classics for kids. For some reason, maybe because he was such a genius, Beethoven seemed to be the butt of jokes than any other composer. Not all the jokes have to do with music but some. Your parents and grandparents probably know the song roll over Beethoven. Chuck, Berry originally made it popular back in the nineteen fifties this version by electric light orchestra even quotes Beethoven's Fifth Symphony. That's not the only popular song to use Beethoven's fifth. A disco hit from the seventies is even named for a fifth of Beethoven. It's no joke than in World War Two. Beethoven's fifth took on a whole new meaning back. Then important messages were still sent by Telegraph using Morse Code and dictate the DOT is Morse code for the letter. V. After British Prime Minister Winston Churchill declared a campaign called V for victory. Of The BBC British public radio started playing the first four notes of Beethoven's fifth before all news bulletins. A. Beethoven. Never married but after he died someone found a very passionate letter, he had addressed to my immortal beloved. No one knows who the immortal beloved might have been but turns up in. Beethoven joke that takes the fifth. The joke goes that the immortal beloved was threatening to leave Beethoven because he didn't pay enough attention to her Beethoven said, that's ridiculous. You are everything to me. You're my life you're my inspiration and she looked at him and said me. Everything your life your inspiration ha ha. and. Then there's the joke about a man who's wandering through a cemetery in Europe and stumbles on Beethoven's grave. He's very surprised to see Beethoven sitting up in his coffin furiously erasing his music. So he asks excuse me Mr Beethoven what on Earth Are you doing and Beethoven snaps back can't you see? I'm decomposing. Bits of Beethoven also turn up in amusing ways in movies, and that's not even counting the movie about the dog named Beethoven and the sequels Beethoven's second and Beethoven's third. The Beatles one of the most famous rock bands ever made a movie called help that uses Beethoven's music. When the Drummer Ringo gets trapped by a snarling tiger from a German zoo, his friends tell him. Off To do is famous Van Hoven famous. Got Up on talk. and Beethoven puts him appearances in musical theater to. All through the music man, the phony professor Harold Hill claims he could teach kids to play musical instruments using the think method. The PC wants them to think is Beethoven's MINUET IN G lie down. A. Live. My favorite use of Beethoven in musical theater comes from you're a good man Charlie Brown based on characters from the peanuts comicstrip. One of them is the piano playing Schroeder who idolizes Beethoven as Schroeder plays Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata Lucy tries desperately to get his attention, but you can tell it's not going to work. I'm sure Beethoven would be amazed at all the places he's popped up.

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"chuck berry" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"chuck berry" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Everyday where America gives us is, is what we can do and what else we can do and what he's taken away from us. And what else he's taken away from us. If you've got any problems with it. Well, you know, we say, period, full stuff. All right. Let's go through a Thomas in banning it under Jersey, one on 1.5 Tom Hey, he didn't but evening how you doing? I'm wonderful thing. I have a good one, Mr Biden. Good. Chuck Berry, my jingling my dangling that was 1972. Yeah, I like that. Like that. He doesn't even hear the phone ringing and what's Ah, Do you have a trump one? I like either Tiger Eye Tiger and my Dingle Ling ling when it under doing three what a 1.5 I come on. Give me some more songs. Stones say that Donald Trump cannot use their song. So we need some campaign songs of Donald Trump for equal time when he campaign songs for Joe Biden. What do you got for me? Let's go to Vincent's in Mount Laurel in New Jersey, one on 1.5 Vincent Hey, How you doing? Good. How you I got love for Trump. Hey, get a job by the offspring. You think Trump needs to get a job? Now he says, Get a job. Oh, yeah, Yeah, yeah. Yeah, Get a job. I like that, you know, and you know what he's provided jobs. So when he says, get a job, you could actually get a job. Like if I just get a job and get a job and then blow jobs, Trump says. Get a job. There's a job to be gotten 1 800 to 83101.5, right, Dan, You want to give you more time? Hayes was going on the Presidential election on the 28 days away, seemed to be tide turning against Donald Trump. Do you believe that? Who you gonna vote for and also since the Stones say that Trump can't use their music in his campaign? Jimmy ISMs campaign songs for either Donald Trump or Joe Biden, his New Jersey one on 1.5 Fast traffic..

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"chuck berry" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"chuck berry" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Of Amman our breed that it was a justifiable homicide the department also downplayed the ties between George make Michael one of the men arrested and the Glynn county police department he worked there in the nineteen eighties but the statement says none of the officers involved worked there at the same time Margaret Millar ABC news rock and roll legend real Richard has died according to a close friend who told the Associated Press he died this morning born Richard Wayne Penniman and make and J. he helped shatter the color line on the music charts joining Chuck Berry and fats domino bringing music into the mainstream Little Richard was eighty seven glassdoor is laying off about thirty percent of its staff including some Chicago workers WGN's Steve Burton reports glass door a popular employer review platform is laid off three hundred workers Chicago in reports that includes workers in Chicago we're glass doors presence had been growing reports say there are about three hundred workers in the city and last year glassdoor it announced plans to hire about five hundred more the company says the cuts come after lost revenue because of the pandemic Steve Burr trend WGN news and WGN sports tech support personnel might be the early front runners for the NFL MVP award the often overlooked information tech workers have become vital to the least unprecedented virtual offseason program they helped with a widely viewed NFL draft run remotely without a hitch last month now they're making sure players coaches and other employees on each team can stay connected via video conference for instruction and discussion and a fellow general managers have raved about how smoothly the operation has been going tax Indianapolis Colts quarterback filled river off Philip rivers has lined up the first job of his post playing career rivers was introduced yesterday as the head coach in waiting at the St Michael Catholic high school in Fairhope Alabama he didn't offer a timetable on when he'd actually be available for the job the sixteen year veteran of the Los Angeles Chargers signed a one year deal with the colts in March with twenty five million dollars guaranteed taking a.

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"chuck berry" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"chuck berry" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Good time rock and roll truck got very many many years ago pasta and rebel afternoon Chuck Berry it took awhile to warm up to me as in the many people they let us go to Matt in Bristol Connecticut map you'll live on open line Friday great to have you with us Hey mark yeah I was wondering why you think the Democrats blocked out cold the guy was in fact a lot of boxes and would be more like the border general yeah I know well I'll say first thing we should say about tell city is she put out a a lovely message for rush when he announced his diagnosis last week and we shouldn't forget that it wasn't anything particularly of Florida anything it was just straight forward and sincere and wished rush the best and it was actually humane and it's quite nice these days to find a human a human being on the other side of the political divide I think the I think the thing about tell see we get put to setting aside her positions is that she actually cold out the corruption on the Clinton side and that necessarily by implication rags in they board the Democrat establishment that protects the Clintons I am the bidens in that corruption and I think it's no more it it's no more complex than that Matt they they oversee done like a kind of centrism and her out reach to the Republicans but what they really done like is that she is a century accepts the the Clintons and their Vasco hold of associates are crooks and and you're not meant to say that just like that you you meant to say a lot Bernie are sick to death of your damn emails in other words I don't wanna hear about them but I pass no judgement on them and that set and and she went a little further than that Matt that's that's why it is okay yeah and I don't know I think she got three percent in New Hampshire I don't know how much longer she can stay in bed as he said well I was genuinely touched on I think last Tuesday on the show when I was still still it in a bid to shock myself I read out tell sees email the monk said down as a human being whose capacity to recognize the humanity in her political opponents hasn't been utterly eviscerated Matt but so one step ahead of Bonnie and Biden and a lot of the other guys it's a good foot tall sale weather traffic ninety five point five W. asked me what is news can't live in the W. S. B. twenty four hour news center good afternoon and just yet he was running for president at one point remember now he is a convicted felon Michael Alfa not who represented stormy Daniels the porn star her various lawsuits against president trop Michael have a nadie has just been convicted on all counts in a case in which he was accused of trying to extort Nike out of millions of dollars sentencing to follow the United States in the Taliban have reached a truce agreement that will take effect quote very soon that's unspecified could lead to withdrawals of American troops from Afghanistan a seven day reduction in violence will be followed by the start of peace talks within ten days and this will cover the entire country including Afghan forces Andrew McCabe the former FBI deputy director will not face criminal charges a the investigation was whether he had a wide to federal officials about his involvement in leaking to the news media in the Russia investigation WSB news times to thirty one the Skelton here for the southern stem cell institute with another wonderful success story this time with Atlanta great Ryan class go rind you've been treated by Dr Richard Ambrose they get southern stem cell institute and you have a story to tell well after playing in the major leagues for about fifteen years obviously even house somewhere in Tehran you buy a little bit I went in for my knee torment is because I was walking around going downstairs her a lot of pain and I don't have time to have the surgery and I got injected and started feeling better right away I walk over a hundred miles within a week and didn't really have any pain at all so within a week you started filling the results definitely help my knee right away I'm feeling great no surgery and been actually start to work out again it's just getting better and better I'm just happy I feel a lot better why not try it instead of having surgery if this helps you out there and try this instead of going out for surgery and see if this works for you learn more about stem cell treatment and the southern stem cell institute at S. S. C. I. dot life spell.

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"chuck berry" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"chuck berry" Discussed on WJR 760

"Good time rock and roll Chuck Berry many many years ago pasta and rebel afternoon took a while to warm up to me as in the many people day lettuce code to Matt in Bristol Connecticut map you'll live on open line Friday great to have you with us Hey mark yeah I was wondering why you think the Democrats Boxtel told the guy I was seeing a lot of boxes and would be more like the border general yeah I know well I'll say first thing we should say about tell city is she put out a a lovely message for rush when he announced his diagnosis last week and we shouldn't forget that there wasn't anything particularly of Florida anything it was just straight forward and sin say I'm wished rush the bass and it was actually humane and it's quite nice these days to find a human a human being on the other side of the political divide I think that I think the thing about tell see we get put the setting aside have positions is that she actually cold out the corruption on the Clinton side and that necessarily by implication drags in they board the Democrat establishment that protects the Clintons I am the bidens in that corruption and I think it's normal it it's no more complex than that Matt they they oversee done like a kind of centrism and her out reach to the Republicans but what they really done like is that she is a century accepts the the Clintons and their Vasco hold of associates are crooks and and you're not meant to say that just like that you you meant to say like Barney are sick to death of yet damn emails in other words I don't wanna hear about them but I pass no judgement on them and that set and and she went a little further than that man that's that's why it is okay yeah and I don't know I think she got three percent in New Hampshire I don't know how much longer she can stay in bed as a sad world I was genuinely touched on I think last Tuesday on the show when I was still still in a bit of shock myself I read out tell sees email the monk said down as a human being whose capacity to recognize the humanity in how political opponents hasn't been utterly eviscerated Matt but so one step ahead of Bonnie and Biden and a lot of.

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"chuck berry" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"chuck berry" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Good time rock and roll Chuck Berry many many years ago pasta and rebel afternoon Chuck Berry it took awhile to warm up to me as in the many people day let us go to Matt in Bristol Connecticut map you'll live on open line Friday great to have you with us Hey mark yeah I was wondering why you think the Democrats Boxtel told the guy was in fact a lot of boxes and would be more about the border general yeah I know well saying first thing we should say about tell city is she put out a a lovely message for rush when he announced his diagnosis last week and we shouldn't forget that it wasn't anything particularly of Florida anything it was just straight forward and sincere and wished rush the bass and it was actually humane and it's quite nice these days to find a human a human being on the other side of the political divide I think that I think the thing about tell see we get put the setting aside have positions is that she actually cold out the corruption on the Clinton side and that necessarily by implication drags in they board the Democrat establishment that protects the Clintons and the bidens in that corruption and I think it's no more it it's no more complex than that Matt they they oversee done like a kind of centrism and her out reach to the Republicans but what they really don't like is that she is a century accepts the the Clintons and their Vasco hold of associates are crooks and and you're not meant to say that just like that you you meant to say like Barney arm sick to death of yet damn emails in other words I don't wanna hear about them but I pass no judgement on them and that set and and she went a little further than that Matt that's that's why it is okay yeah and I don't know I think she got three percent in New Hampshire I don't know how much longer she can stay in bed as a sad world I was genuinely touched on I think last Tuesday on the show when I was still is still in a bit of shock myself I read out tell sees email the mark set down as a human being whose capacity to recognize the humanity in how political opponents hasn't been utterly eviscerated Matt put so one step ahead of Bonnie and Biden on a lot of the other guys it's a good foot tall sale taking a look in case of traffic sponsored by Russell Stover candy said north eight eighty in Hayward a crash at the St Kerr just before a street just moved to the shoulder of the road with a chance of traffic from highway ninety two and we have a stalled Baker again these five eighty and redwood road in the right lane that really jammed up traffic on to two thirty eight and in turn the north Nimitz trying to get on the south to thirty eight heading for Castro valley is San Francisco north one one very slow moving now from before silver getting up to James lick freeway in instructions to the eighty sky way this Valentine's day don't forget a classic red heart box from Russell Stover no matter how you choose to celebrate from a five star meal to five minutes without the kids Russell Stover will make your Valentine moment sweeter Russell Stover make happy with KSFO traffic I might Tracy.

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"chuck berry" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"chuck berry" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Ask you when Chuck Berry Little Richard toured England at the Beatles back them up were any of those states recorded and there's a piece of footage of the Beatles playing the cavern club sang and some other guy is there any more film footage from that particular date at the cavern club there is there is that what you do that you have seen and you've seen in all the documentary is and and laughs when they were when they were back out when they were kind of supporting actors for these people are supporting saying goes there wasn't much film taken I'm fortunately but I tell you I mean the Beatles particularly Poland John loved that the music I mean the black music some of these great entertainers the you mention what we I mean the Beatles at low over Beethoven and other great songs that they loved in the used extensively and they were great friends and John said to me he used to listen to when he was a young boy a listen to Elvis Presley on radio Luxembourg which was a radio program from your up so the Beatles grew up on a lot of the blues and and the black music yeah right and and and when they supported these entertainers they were thrilled out of their minds that had a lot of influence on Ellis to the black entertainers at the time absolutely I mean look at some record was look at some of the people in Memphis who who performs of some records they what they what does that tied the game amazing time period do we I and let me ask you this cyber because I'm not a prude by any means but the music just doesn't seem to be the same anymore it is it because I'm older or what is I mean I I mean there's a there's a there's a lady called in Winona Graham is the other day because I and each I forget her name and I listen to some of the music and it was kinda nice but it didn't seem to have the same of the the when I was talking about and and and with all due respect I think he is I mean your young man George I'm an old at Giza and and and to be honest with you I love these people that I sort of the Grammy awards I don't know their music so may be I'm out of touch did you ever meet Sammy Davis junior yes I did what a great talent now I want to tell you if I may I give you thirty seconds of Sammy Davis junior so I flew to Reno Nevada and Sammy Davis was performing at that in Reno and I went and he did three shows one night at eight o'clock midnight to AM wow that's a you he did this different songs for the three shows he didn't do a repeat and and then I spoke to one of his orchestral leaders and he said Sami drives is crazy because he's supposed to do repeats of some of the songs but he changes his act one act one hour to be either our and he was such a enormous talent and impersonate that a great singer one of the great talents in the world and most people don't know him but he was the greatest no he was more remarkable I look a little clip but they in nineteen sixty five there in Saint Louis worry I'm I'm from Detroit but I'd live in Saint Louis to and they are in nineteen sixty five the rat pack did a benefit for what was called the discus house for for you know people who were coming out of jail and stuff like that in the this is where they were going and they did a concert at the the opera house and they were just phenomenal okay Sammy in Reno and I stay overnight at the hotel however as I think it was the next morning he he flew me to San Diego so I have a picture of me in the plane with him so I got to know Sammy pretty well over that long weekend let's go next to Jersey city New Jersey Paul's with us hi Paul thank you for calling good morning George and there may I call you I've heard you can call it whatever you like please do well you know some another old geezer like you wars they own by the way I just want to say something about this Michelle yeah very beautiful song which he does sing in French went that one of the most beautiful part of it is falsely beyond also on the news we are so well together well done well done yeah whenever you hear that again ensemble means so well together so anyway I want to say a few things number one it was actually Jack Horner who premiered the Beatles here in the US but it was not why that was on film because he had been in the U. K. and he had some some of the some events there and then he said I was at a concert where they had this will and of course it was the Beatles yeah you know I'm going to interrupt you poor because then if you're absolutely right a when Jack Paar did the Beatles first in America ed Sullivan was furious he called out Brian Epstein and said what's going on you know you know it was I was supposed to be excreted anyway Brian managed to calm him down and and because you know there was rivalry sure but but sorry to interrupt you pull well you did in fact I I just learned from the I I never knew that yeah I I I never knew about that there's one other person I would like to mention and and she really deserves much honorable mention because she helped them so much and you will remember her from the U. K. her name is Helen Shapiro how yes of course Alejandro I mean there wasn't some suggestion that Helen Shapiro was going with staking Brian Epstein and and but that didn't I think they they they went out together but she was terrific callin he was in his thirties when he was their manager was Anne Arbor good looking guy very small but elegant and double now and and you know whenever I was within me never you never showed I we wore a jacket and tie all right and he tried to get to be told to not smoke in public and not swear I believe he was smart he was a good man a driver we're gonna come back and take final calls with you in a moment the book is called the Beatles and me will tell you how you can get that as well on coast to coast the.

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"chuck berry" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"chuck berry" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The great twenty eight by Chuck Berry this is another one on the plane around my apartment all the time in the the other thing is is that it not only in addition to the way he played the guitar the when the songs he wrote there was a real you know rock and roll ultimately is about shaking things up and it's about rebellion and Chuck Berry you know I mean you know we had that in spades there's just no question about it I you know I always try to recommend a movie to you yeah you need to see this incredible documentary called hail hail rock and roll directed by the great Taylor Hackford any features an all star line up including Keith Richards and Eric Clapton and it's a documentary about Chuck Berry and not only is it a great documentary that really gets it but I guess he was a controversial dear Chuck Berry name rarely was what was the controversy well there is some stuff about you know putting cameras and female bathrooms in alone now and you know these days that is sometimes a very very difficult man to work with and Taylor Hackford had full access to his life and made this incredible documentary that came out in the late eighties and and then ends with ink of some insane performances with an insane all including a like I said Keith Richards Eric Clapton and even more it is a site where you I will check that out all hail rock and roll we great great thing about Chuck Berry was like as he kept he toured until the day he died Canada he would show up like in the lateness of the you know late in time waiting to when he became like Chuck Berry he would show up into he would walk in this is what you knew when you hire checker to play your club you know he would show up you walk in the front door have guitars guitar case you provided the band okay the club provided to Mandy you walk in you paid him in cash in an envelope counts the money he puts the cash in his guitar case he goes out there isn't even meet the musicians every meet some before walks out says okay let's go no indeed tells the band what they're gonna play they have to know which songs make sure really cook yeah he played the exact place he plays he plays he plays it finishes set put his guitar back into its case takes his money walks up the front door while and ideas and a friend of mine some of the cubby bear one time in this is like in the late nineties some of the cubby bear friend of mine was it was there Chuck Berry walked into the front of the cubby bear at Clark in Addison park the Cadillac in front of Clark and Addison gets out of a Cadillac guitar walks back you seem can walk around box out gets back on stage does it show walks out guitar in the Cadillacs been sitting out there the whole time this is show walks back out the front door gets in the catalog drives away blog can I real quickly I know we got a break did I not hear that also another person another great musician who did that took cash before the show was it wasn't that was that Rita Franklin these to do that well I don't know I don't know I might be wrong was I don't know but however we should mention it's been one year today since her death or well really she died on the same day that on the anniversary of Elvis is this August last year wow okay I just realized that I didn't realize that that it was also coincides with the Elvis Presley's there you go all right I will check the great Chuck Berry outstanding phenomenal okay we got a break.

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Rapper Bun B shoots armed intruder at his Houston home

Howie Carr

00:58 sec | 2 years ago

Rapper Bun B shoots armed intruder at his Houston home

"I have a new favorite rapper today from Houston. Bun b got into a shootout inside his own home with an intruder who tried to make off with the rappers wife's luxury cars this TMZ story around five forty five last night in Houston. There was a knock on bun B's door and his wife queenie. I don't know if she's related to little queenie of Chuck Berry Faye. Opened it thinking it was a possible delivery, the find a masked man holding a gun on the other side. The intruder demanded valuables in queenie offered upper Audi and the garage bun b heard the commotion from upstairs grabbed the equaliser. Confronted the intruder as he was getting into the audio shootout between the two ensued. And the intruder ran away few hours later the masked man showed up at a Houston area hospital with a gunshot wound to

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"chuck berry" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"chuck berry" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"This show along with Johnny dean. John. This is also the the same intro for. I think it was fun fun fun fun. Fun fun. Roll over Beethoven beta. But but Chuck Berry did date rollover NATO oven. And and and this John boys. Copied, and I think they wound up paying Chuck Berry some amount of money, that's the first really cool guitar lick. I learned it was the first one I ever heard that was playing outer limits, and then I learned layers. Here's a good one. We should play. How easy is that to play? I mean my goodness. That's if you're gonna learn guitar learn that one absolutely Johnny dean, you had something on your docket there. I've got more stuff here this. I don't know how hard hitting this is or substantive. But every once in a while like to throw this stuff in how much money Americans think you need to be considered rich one million dollars. No, no, actually, it's not. Well, that's the headline. But then they say an annual income. So here's what they say annual income of about one hundred thousand dollars. Most Americans say you're going to be rich if you have one hundred thousand dollars if you if you make a hundred thousand dollars a year. The amount of money that you actually need to have. Let's see if they have that here. Well, here's how they broke it down. Just very this is nothing that's going to knock your socks off. But it's just kind of interesting. This is part of the pew analysis. You've heard of them sure, they broke down stink. Exactly. Well, I was thinking. The full breakdown of how much money you would have to earn each year to be considered upper class. According to the Pew Research it depended on the size of your household..

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