19 Burst results for "Chuck Berry"
"chuck berry" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"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 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 Boxtel told the guy was in fact a lot of boxes and would be more about 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 sensei 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 to 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 chia as sensually 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 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 in a bit of shock myself I read out tell sees email the monk said down as a human being who's capacity to recognize the humanity in her political opponents hasn't been utterly eviscerated map but so one step ahead of Bonnie and bite and a.
"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.
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
"chuck berry" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Chuck Berry in the fifties? He had plenty to choose from. But that was the biggest one so he little sixteen. We're getting right tonight and camel action route sixty six guy Mitchell would make it to the charge from fifty six to sixty collected a couple of gold records along the way this was his first and it's perfect. And or a list of route sixty six colorful saw as guy fields like singing the blue. Blue. Lose. This. Happened. You can't miss. Who? You got missing. Who? Stay. You got missing. Not saying the blues denied on.
"chuck berry" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"It does not sound like Chuck Berry younger Chuck Berry. Song? Dragon boy, welcome back final hour of Lewis and Logan KOA NewsRadio. I mean, that's forever. But for tonight, Dave Logan, my partner Rick Lewis and Kathy Lee. There would be partners plural off tonight and Susie wargin. My former partner nice enough to just kind of comes back. Everybody else has gone. Hey, run run. Rudolph is fifty eight fifty eight years old. Eight hundred fifty eight. Which is if I did the quick math sixty two thousand eighteen right now, sixty one do sixty one January. I see. Okay. I'm sorry. Do you think you could pull off with Chuck Berry did where he wanted to get paid in cash every night before his show? Like, even when he tour we recently. Well, why he got screwed so many times do show by some really lousy people who promised to pay me. And then decided they weren't going to do it. Didn't he get that advice from somebody somebody told him? He should I thought we've talked about this before maybe not only Armstrong told him or somebody told them that you needed to get paid before every show. So you don't get maybe I could just be completely making that up. I probably am. It's a good story. You do as parents sometimes. You just don't quite have the answers to make stuff up. Well, that's that's wow. What we call creek creative parenting. Right. Yes. Creative parenting. We've all been involved in stories from time to time when our kids were a little bit younger were you getting into the store, and you're trying to make a point? And then you realize either one of two things has happened. You either can't remember the initial point you're going to make or you can't figure out how to sort of tie the story together. And you're completely lying at that point. I view it as creative. That's true. In this case, we synonymous with wine. Yeah. Could be. Yeah. Possibly absolutely. Oh, okay. So anyway, so what did you what did you? Did you have? No, I I thought we had some more cars about Don name those gonna so because the dog names can fun. I think yeah. Do dog names tell you about the owner. It's more of the breed. That tells you about the owner, I think both. Yeah. I mean, I love dogs. Probably you love. I am such a dog guy. You show me more dog videos than anybody. I love dogs more than I love, you know, not all people some o- some people. It's more more more than other. Yeah. That's very very true. But I, but I do. I do think the dogs the name of your dog. And I I think the breed of dog probably says something about you have a bulldog named Gunnar that tells me every single thing I need to know about Dave Logan right there. It's nickname buck buck. But what about my dogs? I don't think my dog say anything about. We have a Rottweiler named moose and a lab named Brooklyn kill the Rottweiler, and the name moose are it's sort of in in the back of your mind. Right. It's in your subconscious in terms of you always wanted to be bigger. Oh, I don't think that's in my subconscious.
"chuck berry" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Land Rover, above and beyond with Chuck Berry looks like yeah. Yeah, you skinny guy. Yeah, the hair. Oh, little Greece, Oma hair. Agrees not Jerry. Do I want to ask what? What's the difference between Greece and Jerry curl Jerry? Well, the grease kind of lays your hair down. Okay, Machado, Manny, Machado, sorta kinda Jerry curls. Your hair's crew. I know at that in a spray is more like oil. Yes. Like after league, listen. Activator Ovadia crew critic and drips on your shoulders. It's like the guys like soul glow from coming to America. Persons reference? Yes, that movie boy. Funny why people run around with trying to get the hair curly to. They just don't use the ACTA call to Perm. Yes, they call it a Perm. I don't think a lot of what you. You know, a lot of us are looking to get perms knighthood seventy four. We could go onto what about which already route try to do because before the audit, like lips. All of a sudden. Y'all rereads. All of a sudden got bigger on y'all. We wanna pay off tees telling the truth, Lucious crazy, man, it's twos everywhere. All men only go. Get me started. Cultural appropriation is the terminology. All right. The Lakers they open tonight in Portland, they got the blazers going on, and it's interesting because they're clearly the most interesting story of the NBA season coming in. I know that the warriors are trying to win three in a row. They're trying to win for the last five and three in a row doesn't happened in the. I think they'd only become the third or fourth team ever to win three in a row. So we'll see how that goes with Golden State. But the story is LeBron the story is the Lakers and how much of a jump that they're gonna make. Now that they went out and got the best player in the league and it's kind of all over the place. For instance, Kevin pelton who covers the NBA for ESPN. He had his rankings of where he thinks he's going to have guys land. He hasn't number eight, that just seems incredibly low to me the team with the brawn James I know is changing from the east to the west. But if you put LeBron James on the Sacramento Kings, I don't even think they finished eighth. And the Lakers have a lot better players in the kings. I think though what it is you don't want to you want a gorgeous self one foot in one foot out. So if they finish eighth, you say, oh, I had them there. If they finish above eighth say, well, we wanted to wait and see LeBron James would bring to the table. Like when you pick a to win one day to lose the next. I warm up as. As a week goes on. But yeah, that sort of thing where you look up and it's like, I got him at eight right now. Everybody's like, what are you talking about? But if they get to six, I say or five. I say, we'll Brion is playing better. The other guys are starting to play..
"chuck berry" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"Yeah chuck berry the guy no that's chuck bears chuck barris chuck berry the musician there was a sex tape that of chuck berry that used to exist on vhs tape and apparently somebody put it on the internet and chapelle did two hours about the chuck berry sex to a couple of weeks ago and it was brilliant it was it was amazing but the coolest thing about doing stand up for me is is being able to work with my favorite comedians and getting to watch funny comedians for free what's what's the writing process for you listen to some your interviews and reading about you and you talk about when you're riding stuff i mean like what is that process like like what would carlin due to come up with all that and genius duffy he came up with we'll george was obsessed with words he was obsessed with words and he was obsessed with the english language and the little nuances that changes the language from this to that i remember when i first started doing radio remember him telling me you can be pissed off but you can't be pissed on you know and i said you know all the little things that you can say on the air like if you say it this way it's okay but if you're saying that way you can't it's it's a legal by whatever our morals and standards are but for me it stories i tell a story to friends and when my friends laugh really hard and i go do that on stage you know it's like there was a moment that i had at a slayer concert i went to a slayer megadeath concert believe it or not the guys in slayer and megadeath are both huge comedy fans and they always come out to comedy shows and so i asked if i could go to their show in long beach come on down we'll leave you something at the door and i go to the box office and there's tickets and backstage passes and i hope that my buddies and i went to we got to go back and see devil whatever these devil worshippers we're got to see what this devil stuff is all about so we start walking in the backstage area trucks and equipment being moved around and.
Chicago Bluesman Eddie ‘The Chief’ Clearwater Has Died
"Wbz news time nine twenty one our top story this hour shock and dismay from american allies over the latest round of trade tariffs much more on this story coming up at nine thirty one the great chicago blues man eddy clearwater is gone dead of heart failure at age eighty two clearwater known as the chief was born edward harrington in macon mississippi the selftalk guitars started with gospel groups including the five blind boys of alabama moved to chicago in nineteen fifty and drifted toward the blues tom marker hosts of w x rt's blues breakers said clearwater displayed wonderful versatility in his live show show where he could swap for muddy waters chuck berry effortlessly and an awesome good satisfied double proud of chuck berry sloan's based shows just that much more clear waters last show less than two weeks ago may nineteenth when he played to a packed house at buddy guy's legends in the south loop the people behind an attempt to revive midwest express airlines say they are pleased with the reaction so far midwest express airlines was based at milwaukee's mitchell international airport from nineteen eightyfour until twenty ten in its heyday it had to across leather seating firstclass food service and chocolate chip cookies that were baked on board aviation consultant curt drum is the vice president of the new midwest express he says they will do their best to recreate the old midwest experience inside the context of the economics of today's airline industry the world has changed airline world is changed doc right now we're gonna try to recreate anything that the traveling public chocolate chip cookies will return he says according to papers filed with the securities and exchange commission the new midwest express raised seven hundred fifty thousand dollars it hopes to be in the air by twenty twenty rob heart newsradio on one zero five point nine fm indiana child welfare officials are launching an online.
"chuck berry" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Maxwell street when it moved over to display and that's the way we come up here in chicago was out here on the streets now mark you were telling me before we went on and stuff you played with about really blues band that was my first big start in the chicago blues scene in the seventies and through bob really i was able to play with so many of the masters chuck berry bo diddley otis rush even buddy guy before he was putting guy tell us about the chuck berry gig well everybody wants to know about that yeah i'm sure everything you've heard about him is true only magnified by three fold but what a talent like keith richards said at the end of hail hail rock and roll no matter how much he this mayor how crazy is i still love him because as music is just so important to popular music and it was at the park west yes the park west and the opening act was henny youngman great violent plane comedian take my wife please and you'd think what a combination that would be but it worked beautifully actually four shows in two days for shows to chuck talk much i got to meet him one time i who's taken up to his dressing room and he quickly scribbled his name on a piece of paper guitar rapper string rapper i still have to this day of course and how about learning songs how'd you know what songs to play when you play with chuck berry he just says you say chuck what are we gonna play tonight and he goes we're gonna play chuck berry songs he loves a third person talking so that's what we did we played chuck berry song since the early seventies so longtime and i'm still doing it so.
"chuck berry" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now
"As long as of the year to be at this work show i also thought even the things that the grammys usually get right like or right issue moods his tributes to dead people i thought the tom petty tribute was just two salteri an awful i really did i thought the kristal kristof appleton uh all respect christie abelson he really did not do a good job singing wildflowers and i love emily harris and it it just but it just didn't work and it was it was just it just really depress me really depressing the can be kind of of the level of tom petty and what you get is kind of a quick butchery of your song and then you're like gone from the grammys forever it just it genuinely depress me and even the you know the tears from heaven performance was awkward it's also weird i mean eric clapton is alive as it's just the something about that even felt off to me and the lack of mention of gun control was extremely awkward so that was bad i thought the the chuck berry tribute by go turner was amazing but it felt very very quick is we're talking about chuck berry we're talking about the founder of era yeah and and fats domino edible fats thing went so fast that barely happened on as it those two together was kind of i guess they thought like desert you know like founders from the 50s but they had such hugely different careers such hugely different sounds you came like sort of shoehorned those two artists together because they had signature sounds the dealt resemble each other in any way again it felt like not enough and off and again depressing so i guess that's the thing a lot of things just didn't feel right although there were great moments such as the kendrick opener which as we said was one of the alltime great opening segments and as i think i said on twitter and kendrick's the only guest anna worship on history to bring his own preferred host with him.
"chuck berry" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"I ever room this is very curve your didn't ask oh i thought you are the guys who are dropping off my tinnnitus medication i'm sorry yes come in come in so also i was watching the grammys and they did the in memorium and they got a lot of people in the grammy ask at the grammys really has to cover the producers and promoter in oscars kind of basically sticks with the talent these guys are open it up to managers and agents and record in our eyes label guys like there must be something it's a tight nip knit group and they need these an our guys in their whatever label guys and has kept going to go going gone and then i saw oh chuck berry and then i realise chuck berry he got a little bit of a pass check a whole army too yeah he got a little bit of a pass his his i thought i've heard a few stories about shock he got the kinda he's a legend liam alone time justice shower times i think a little bit is a little of britt of action mix than their lucky suffered enough but he was a part of a mightly he has uh he was charged with having sex with a 14yearold apache waitress abbott a 14yearold patchy is like a 27yearold male face run the out jason was near yoshiro about the elders will what about the young it all right so add sector 14yearold patchy waitress who each it's important to note that.
"chuck berry" Discussed on talkRADIO
"Such ideas of a fantastic south from the netherlands eligible pulled embassy from caused treaty constitutional experts at the site of the michael mix to the why noticed chuck berry did at the age of ninety but what a legacy the coach keith richards hugely influenced by chuck berry and if you've got the album goat's head soon a very underrated seventy stones album the last track is cold star style they dug singing star star they seeing something rather different much rude at it's about groupies the whole song but the opening riff is pure chuck berry sweet little six thirty seven thirty nine still with us is that can kennedy truck comedian and news wrangler going through the papers for us we were chuck berry fan i was very fan i was in a hunt cultured very firm because like a lot of people of that era there is a certain question mark about the while i don't wanna get into that you know what i mean you know what i'm getting out the time for various sexual offenses a snap back in the day not that far not that very long ago it was finally called for think yes now in daily was sort of a a very fine balance you happy to between do reverence maybe be in a little bit i raising while the other people who died last year was fats domino while that was even older than chuck was a remarkable china and bizarrely eyesore chuck berry fats domino little richard jerry lewis at some huge win because in the early 70s and it was the last time ago properly beaten up autonomy michael a sequined budgie jacket as glam rocca and there was it was won't rotates suffer he said asked what his other camacho of the honourable me into fringe go badly battered oh my goodness method going to say chuck berry in colorado it was what hey you know although little which was this is what because he did an endless eleven minute version of when.
"chuck berry" Discussed on talkRADIO
"He is i would say the man who kickstarted the guitar led sound of welcome role no two ways about it so considers in that bullet rubbers amac is still the 1980s back to the future when on stage michael jay fox playing the guitar lot chuck berry maulvi and berry supposedly chuck's cousin tells you know it was it hey because nobody there yeah that sounds we look here it is he shaped welcome row i think he put the gates are in the spotlight let's get the folks have somebody a really knows how mike pool gamba cheney esteemed in august bull constand and roll expert with me now love good morning i'm overstating would you say the importance of chuck berry no i think he'd get on the item could buy that you are but we think about is i suppose at the time we had fetched domino playing piano we had other people paying phones it was the ghetto though that i think allowed everybody to go freely when they might sound slip mick jagger keith which is carrying a guitar but it was chuck berry sailed that made that teenage an urban and rahkamo exactly and i invite everyone to mentally go back in time even if they had not yet been born and to imagine just what you're saying that domino playing the piano little richard playing the piano jerry lewis playing the piano problem we now have the new demography teenagers they can't drag pianos into each other's homes chuck berry brings along the guitar and what are you know he can play your music anywhere and he really focuses the qatar as the instrument of rock and roll and all the people who follow him which happened to include the on the rolling stones play the guitar i remember i think it would have been at ninety 72 73 allowable under david bowie single which showed up but i let insane driving saturday and on the bside was a cover virtual berry's around rail which i think the stones at dan he seemed to have infringed everybody through the sixty separatism i believe.
"chuck berry" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And stu send their best vilfort for great holiday season right now right is there anything else you would like us to do well my favorite chuck berry song is uh over beethoven classic in town try costume you know i think all those chuck berry songs a great nadine oh carol yeah almost grown i think that's probably my favorite but to rule over beethoven had great echo right across the atlantic because the beatles recorded itself of course heroic main beween was you know that's they're all great you know he's one of those guys chuck berry did not make a bad record rhino bridal picky got off credit view uh i think he did probably bracket back in the day as other generations came in yeah maybe he didn't get what he might have been owed but i'm sure the royalty checks came i hope so even serves yeah he deserves it the ap's the sure and they may and keith richards made was a keith richards made that movie in 1987 by by graphical sketch hail hail rock and roll so yeah chuck berry he's been around he's been around he left us at the age of ninety sowa i'm sure most of those years were were good he attracted some controversy but hey of igf tell me one great musician who actually yeah so yeah the current here mutation no heard of exactly ryan and even they get themselves into trouble i know neither i get myself a whole another story all right we'll uh we'll go will go easy on the drinking tonight claim as always tomorrow guy now and remember in now an hour and five minutes to retake it'll be christmas right with my girlfriend and cambridge because she doesn't have a family and neither do i so we have each other car it will look that's that's a debts vehicles a great start that's that's wonderful for christmas that's with.
"chuck berry" Discussed on WIMS AM 1420
"Mm well every weather quickie beautiful stuff there in these solo setting for michael stipe in a kind of rare to see him in the solo setting but the fantastic set from him as recorded live on the tonight show in march of 2016 only months after the death of david bowie is prey to a series of carnegie hall tribute shows to the thin white to that michael stipe took part in a certainly biggest need to be performing as a part of those that's is a solo take on the man who sold the world is saying that david put on in his third album in 1917 album of the same name now ma the featured stories about a lot of societal outcasts lot of those on that albumin us some other people charter with a two lulu charter with it 1974 nirvana of course uh quite arguably the centerpiece of their uh classic unplug delmotte 1993 that michael stipe recorded at last a year on the tonight show oh some fantastic suffer michelstadt the man who sold the world heard chuck berry in their back in the usa uh recorded in chicago illinois uh put out on the chest records a label as a single in nineteen fifty nine what a terrific side by the way too that the single memphis tennessee couple years later wound up i need more chuck berry album in a linda ronstadt took a trust shot at it and charted it 1978 but a phenomenal stuff from chuck berry and how about this for hhs records backing banda as as on his greatest stuff johnny johnson the very underrated piano cleared a tragedy the way he kind of finished his career once chuck kinda cast into the seita johnny johnson tickling the i've reason that one willie dixon on base fred belo on drums and at a james in the marquees singing a backup vocals on that one not bad shut perry back in the usa here on the rock and roll radio program and we began the second set today on the final program with bernie music from st vincent loss ageless the name of the track in.
"chuck berry" Discussed on WDRC
"Were a cdc and it was funny because what they ended up being was they really never fitted genre they were just ac dc there yeah i mean it was really got three cords and and just go i a driving baseline an and drums and and and and then you have angus you know and malcolm an and the screaming i mean that that's basically the band in and if you look at the angus he really pattern himself after after chuck berry yes he did an end so uh his presentation was who is very similar but i mean he obviously just totally cranked it up to monk of to allow well a with it was interesting because an angus to hit interview and an uh this goes back her a few you know uh maybe over a year ago and he said you know with uh with malcolm basically you know he's in at peace and everything else but we he's us into his favorite music which again was uh chuck berry and he goes and somebody holly ryan so you're thinking what does what malcolm janjaweed right but the creator really if you think about it of of of ac dc he started the ban in a what you know what does he what was he listening to 50s there yeah the stuff that inspire them to go do what they were doing no so it's interesting but people end up doing and then what inspired them and you're like wow that inspired you there somebody who doesn't know that probably is like that's you know and there was also a comment made and i i appreciate this and they said malcolm just he knew what he wanted there was really no two ways about it he always knew what he wanted he was very direct and if you think about ecdc they could have conformed to a number of in a number of directions i guess uh based on the you know producer or the label or whoever at the time the media but malcolm saw one thing one vision and that was.
"chuck berry" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"They want a zeppelin naming because they weren't john classic rock error and they are they were a cdc and it was funny because what they ended up being was they really never fitted genre they were just jaseyjay the yeah i mean it was really kind of three cords and and just go a driving base and drums and and and and then you have angus you know and malcolm and and the screaming i mean that that's basically job and in and if you look at the angus he really pattern himself after after chuck berry need an and and so by his presentation was who is very similar but i mean he obviously just totally cranked it up manco stewart well it was it was interesting because an angus june interview in and uh this backup may be over and he said you know with uh with malcolm basically you know he's at peace and everything i shall we he's us into his favorite music which again was chuck berry and he goes and somebody holly right so you're thinking what does what malcolm tianhe right the the creator really of your body of of of ac dc he started the ban in a what name what was he listening to 50s yeah yeah the stuff that inspire them to go do what they were doing you know so uh uh what people end up doing and then what inspires them and you're like wow that inspired you need somebody who doesn't know that probably is like that's you know and there was also a comment made and i i appreciate this said malcolm just he knew what he wanted there was really no two ways about it he always knew what he wanted he was very direct and if you think about a cdc they could have conformed to a number of in a number of directions i guess um names based on gdp you know producer label were never at the time the media but malcolm saw one thing one vision and that was going to be it so uh yeah ferreira rocking reno rock and roll in you know david cassidy still in icu so he's uh i still with us at the moment but it doesn't it.
"chuck berry" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"He i i don't know what he's a doctor of of music or something doctor of love he does the music shows an after chuck berry passed away i hit her his show where he talked about elvis ahead covered every single chuck berry sun but never recorded them on an album but he what a big influence chuck berry was on elvis and selling whole rockabilly sound him how much elvis admired him so this weekend when at wherever my mom and i were driving he played the story about when tom petty tom petty's love of music came right out of loving elvis and so he was born at tom petty was born in gain so 1950 and his love for music and he many interview said you know the thing that any fall in love with rao komo was elvis and a lot of people have said that by mud not only was he a fan from afar but he met him when he was ten or eleven an uncle was working on an elvis movie called follow that dream lohja and he said he he told the esquire and he also had been here tom petty satellite radio show alarm timber lottery but like that he said we really didn't have a conversation tom petty said about how this i was introduced where my uncle in these sort of grunted my way what stays with me is the whole scene i had never seeing a real i'd never seen a real mobscene before i was so young an impressionable an elvis really did look he sort of looked not real as if he were as if he was glowing he was the dean even spiritual it was like a procession in church a line of white cadillacs mohair soon it's an pompadour so black they were balloon who's just in i would be an eye of that too i know what a thing that sound so when kind of meat alvis or yeah i think i really do i think i do too and then you know kashmira performed there it was her first comeback show she sold out the hammerstein um ballroom in new york city on monday night she began the show with two middle fingers raised in there and a huge grin stretch her face.
"chuck berry" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"I think the critic has to be the one to step back and say divorce your opinion from this piece of art from the love you have for chuck berry and the understanding and appreciation of how important he was to history rock and roll and listen to this on its own terms there are a couple of moments that are kind of sword of may be all right wonderful woman which we played the song a big boys kind of chuck is playing up uh that he knows the end is near one thing for certain ain't none of us going to get away from here alive he sings then there are some of the worst songs in the history of chuck berry you know that's on jamaica muna sort of caribbean thing it just does not work barbara kent county no i don't like his lady be good it's a tribute to his wife okay fine that's nice but it's not a great song those two horrible talking blues that any album dutchman and eyes of man you know chuck suddenly in like guy at the end of the bar storyteller mode no all had no on some of his attempts at doing the sort of lire cle humming i don't mean to be titillating he says when you are not what they once were his voices gone there's not even a heck of a lotta great guitar year so chuck berry one of the most important figures in history of rock and roll but stay away from chuck it's a trash it record that will not enhance your appreciation of this talent yeah it's you know i i think in some ways it's predictable the guy hasn't made wrecker a record in in decades he's trying to pick up where he left off but where he left off was in a particularly good place a letter hill a lot of those 70s albums were kind of a patchwork.