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"chuck berry elvis" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Right. Great to have you with us. Triple eight nine hundred thirty three nine. Also pat unleashed on twitter. This tweet from thai lemon. According to the university of maryland thirteen people die each year as a result of white supremacist violence in america thirteen. Yeah yeah that's a thirteen too many. Yeah that's what i'm saying. Okay this is precisely the same number that are crushed to death by vending machines. But again are you sir. Thirteen too many. I believe that we lose more than that. I feel like vending machines are. That's a good thing at only thirteen. You rocked a couple of vending machines in your life so seriously we'll cnn. Cover the threat of vending machines. Seem deranged enthusiasm. I hope so. But i don't think so for the big vending machine. Expose something tells me that's not all the way credible all right. Here's something that maybe you haven't considered. We've learned a lot this morning. We've learned that. Fireworks are racist. Highway systems are racist. Math is racist. Heat extreme heat is racist. And now what if you are to deny evolution. Oh it also is racist as a form of white supremacy. Wow why yes. So if you don't believe in. I of evolution if you don't believe in evolution you're a white supremacist. You're racist hater now. I'm going to try to yes. Okay good I'm over the article. Explains it because it is in scientific american okay. Scientific american love scientific. Who doesn't how long you have. You had your scripture and gave me my own. Yeah i mean it goes back so far that i don't think tie the originally started burn to their building. Yeah yeah All right after a year of locked down museums libraries and bookstores across america are reopening this cultural reawakening the beginning coincided with both the june eighteenth holiday and the one year anniversary of one of the largest protests in american history against racial injustice as bookstores. Reopen many are organizing displays of children's books that celebrate black history. What you won't find in. Even the biggest collections of books is the story of the dark skinned early people who launched human civilization. The dark skinned early people here. We're gonna dark skinned early. People of writing new children's book about dark kindergarten and early great title for the book man. I'm reading it right. If you release it. I will read it okay. The global scientific community overwhelmingly accepts that all living humans are of african descent. Most scientific articles about our african origins focus on genetics. The part of the story. That's not widely shared is about the creation of human culture where all descended genetically and also culturally from dark skinned ancestors. Yeah that's what it says it my dark-skinned early before book. You gotta get me a copy day. Oh give me a communist the age range for this book that you're writing Eight to sixteen. You can't read it if you're under eight now. Should i should have taken it to eighteen. But i stopped at sixteen okay. Wow dark-skinned early unusual to stop at sixteen and not go to a lot of good information. And i mean you could read it seventeen or eighteen. But but you're saying it's for the sixteen fifty sixty. Can i read it. If i'm in my late tories forties you're in your late forties late. Forties like forty-seven we're all descended like for genetically and also culturally from dark-skinned ancestors. Early humans from the african continent are the ones who i invented. Tools the use of fire language and they invented religion. Apparently these dark skinned early people late. The name of your book. I think it's a little bit It's a little bit irritating. That he's taken the title of your back and put it in this artic- so when you're reading that are you skipping the part where it says dark skinned early people. Does it say comma fisher. Twenty twenty one no to them. All he's not even attributed ticks me off right especially after member of the american scientific. Yeah the right scientific center dot com dot com immunity people Considering the short life span of our early ancestors these original. Innovators were probably also very young. No one who follows artistic trends will be surprised to learn that from the beginning human culture was essentially invented by teenager. Thank you yeah. The book goes eight sixteen heroes the dark skinned early. People were huge fans of early rock and rollers. Chuck berry elvis. Yeah okay yeah. It's not making sense now. The dark skin early people were actually earlier than that but yeah okay no culture. Wait a minute okay. I don't and i am by culture. I don't just mean the arts. I need the whole shebang. Thank you wait. that words. In the article shanxi banks shebang is in. That was in a scientific american article. Yes shebang the word she bang. I want to unmask the lie that evolution. Denial is about religion and recognize that at its core it is a form of white supremacy that perpetrates segregation and violence against black bodies. Well oh man didn't wanna go that far in my that's probably a good idea. I give him the whole shebang fairly not under the guise of religious freedom the legalistic wing of creationist loudly insists that their point of view deserves equal time in the classroom. Science education in the us is constantly on the defensive against anti evolution activists who want biblical stories to be taught as fact. Okay no matter what you think of creationism. No matter what you think of intelligent design there are many respected scientists right now who do not believe in evolution anymore. Look it up look about google. Who is the guy that was. He's been here multiple times is it malcolm. Bradwell was one of them. I think so too And then there were some other respected scientists who were like okay. We're wrong big bang theory. That's nonsense and the evolution thing doesn't work either. It doesn't work. They've never been able to fix that theory. So don't give me this nonsense. But i can't take it i just there's too much today much. Yeah i can't take the arrogance in awe it's and the insanity that we have to deal with and pretend is okay and pretend like we all go along with it. No i don't i don't go along with it. Must we must we. We will much about the b. b. what it's the end of that. I can never remember. Now wait you don't have it in their probably resist. We must much must. Emails lost your house lost or so traffic emails. Maybe boy sharpton this.
"chuck berry elvis" Discussed on Bobbycast
"Johnny cash. Arkansas guy loved him as a kid. Only because he was in arkansas guy now i love them for different reasons but yeah johnny cash wasn't always great. Dude she's right. I mean you can do that. With a lot of the legends chuck berry's elvis presley's i mean guys live crazy lives man. You like that episode. Oh did you want you. Yeah yeah those great pretty good. Listen i've often fought the story of if anyone ever says let any country they're just not educated because it talks about bob wills and texas playboys that he was told that was pitcher because he took up a fiddle. Song put a ban behind him and pop started playing it in the country. So it went dots. curious dolly Puerto wagner was like a dollar one dollars at pop. She not do. She's not out of here every ingo through all of them garth they talked about. How the outlaw movement. They're just made that up to market some usa. They were like we to sell records ever. Nobody was doing outlaw stuff. Willie nelson's doing the same stuff. He was doing nobody liked them. They're like this is a nerdy guy so interesting and we just said they put it on record like three three three or four. Pm basically he just grew out his hair. And then you have the people fighting for like need our music back guys. You're basically got the valentine's card they just created something enfold you a few years before that willie's wearing a turtleneck with like clean cut here. Willie nelson did a standards album. Yeah so whenever honestly made me talking to you. You're not going to get a bigger history of country music. Fan them myself but whenever somebody goes to that ain't country they're an idiot there an idiot it may not be country as to what they defined in their mind but they've only defined on their mind based on what people have told them but the history of country music is everybody pushing those boundaries in all directions. You tell me dolly parton. And that's what she went through. Yeah that's crazy. Garth went through. That's what insert anybody who did something. A little bit. Different did did the first time the electric guitar. The drums were banned from the grand ole opry and the first time someone used the drums at the opry. They were like we're not doing. This is not country music. The first time. They put a amp on a pedal steel. They were like what are you doing. This is not country music. Electric guitar while was not so drums pedal steel electric guitar. Bob wills deli go down the list. What's this netflix. This is it's one episode of this policy it sucks. They asked me to do that episode. Oh and i couldn't do it. I'll really get yeah. You would have been perfect for that. I was watching. That would have been good on there and they did ask me to go do it and i did it because i couldn't get to where they were shooting here in town. I was gone and never thought it would show up. And i was like. Oh there's that show they asked me to do. And i watched and i was like holy crap is good and but they have other episodes to watch the boys of men women. I know. that's the only one i've seen. Oh good the boys. Amendments great t pain man. I thought that he was going to be boring. Because it's about auto tune and how the guy teammate independent opportunity used it figured out what it was but team can really sing in so his life was pretty terrible for a while. Yeah because people were like you ruined music. And he's like no. I just use the tool everybody. Everyone does that now. he was talking about the. When you talk to the wire do like peter frampton. He's like that's a toll. People use all the time that the series is great. It's called what this pop this pop. That sounds really cool. I watched another one too. I can't remember right now. But i watch them on the flights to throw to and froze to and fro california but the country orville peck is interesting. Because he was the guy that was hosting it. I don't know much about him. I've seen him on stuff you never. You never see his face but have you ever seen his face. Yeah i think he used to be in a different bed. And i looked at the time and then he just started wearing the outfit interesting guy. I don't know as music though. Is he good. I it's not for me. Is it all because all country. He's canadian. Oh yes yeah well. That's cool well. I thought he did a great job posting that episode but he also and i think americana music is country music. I've said that to like mirror. Economies is country but he talks about how that kind of came out of a certain space where it was kind of like all country which is turned into americana. And they talk about it. It's a fantastic episode. And i was like. I agree with everything i co-signed and i've been signing for years and people told me i'm a loser and it's just like the guys. The proof is in the pudding. Every this happens every five years or something isn't country and you know who defines it. The listeners shania twain not country. I'm not saying that that's what they would say. Completely it talked about winona for a while. She was getting not country. That's crazy old people idiots okay. Cool lauren lane is wasting our first book in the news. It's called getting good at being you bubba. It'd be available november second chris stapleton doing cameo. And he'll say whatever you want him to say proceeds going to outlaw state of kind to charity. It will cost six hundred bucks. Ooh it's a lot of money. That's a lot a lot of money doing it for charity. I don't know you're gonna get a lot of people to pasta. Garth brooks nissan stadium record. Seventy five minutes sold thing out. I ever nissan. Stadium in nashville. Parking mccullum's releasing a debut album next month. His major label debut. Though don't be confused by himself killing it by himself but now he's doing. There's a great episode with him. If you want to go back and check it out. Would he be considered a texas country artists. I if you asked him. I think he would gladly say sure but he was never a guy that was just gonna stay in texas yeah. He says that. He lives in nashville. Now he was like yeah. Texas moved to austin randy. Rogers basically discovered me toward that he goes. But i'm not afraid to say. I wanted to level up. Yeah which is different because a lot of the texas guys. They're happy whether they like to be regional. They like to be where they're from and they like to be where they're from. But i the ones that i know of always given a look if they were getting the opportunity right. i mean. He didn't want more money. I know a couple of those guys down there. That are like an hour later. Like texas country nashville sucks. And i know him. They're like listen to just didn't work out. For me in nashville. Yeah so for me to really keep my base passionate. I go national sucks. But you know we had a shot didn't work out. That's kind of is not that all the more but the couple that i know really well. And then there's also pattering took it took us dasher. Did all right here. Eli young band abandoned. Great here so you do have people coming from that but again i think anybody would like to have their whatever if you're a message sender you'd like to have your message sent out regardless books music art bigger audience because you play more money. Let's see nirvana's smells like teen spirit. A billion streams on spotify. Well listen to that I you know what one of my least favorite nirvana songs. i have. no need for it. I don't think i've heard that song in a long time. I my favorite ivana record is still employed to new york. Know every song listen to it. Covers the meat puppets covers. I mean i one of my favorites. i'll die in. That'd be on my favorite records. So here we go. The most iconic songs of all time have been revealed according to science. Okay so obviously. They did some math and probabilities in figured out the most iconic songs and the think science is a pretty definitive thing right. At least we know why scientists picking things. It's not just what the flavor of the month or a writer who gets a wild hair and decides they want to put some artists number one. Just because they want some clicks okay. Would you agree with that. Yeah a computer. Scientists in the university of london has sought to apply formula to what determines the greatest songs of all time. He's come up with a definitive list of top fifty. We're gonna look at the top ten and discuss whether or not we agree if they're iconic according to daily mail. Dr mick grierson examined a whole host of songs that appeared in greatest songs of all time lists and newspapers and music stations in. Vh one rolling stone. They took into factor. Beats per minute cord variety lyrical content timbo variety sonic variants. All these things. I have no idea what it means. Just that's science right. Half the scientific crab that happens every day. I have no idea why it's happening. I just know the works. I just know that. I can stream shows and music. I have no idea how it works but they did. All this and here are the top ten most iconic songs of all time based on those weird science things and all the lists are already putting on places.
"chuck berry elvis" Discussed on KQED Radio
"You have a hard time naming a rock artist from the sixties seventies or eighties he hasn't photographed. The list includes the Stones, The WHO? David Bowie, Elton John, Bruce Springsteen, Chuck Berry, Elvis Costello, Bo Diddley and the Clash. Just to name a few but grew in didn't just take pictures. He lived a rock and roll lifestyle hanging with musicians backstage and in their studios and traveling with him on tour with plenty of drinking and drugs along the way. He has a new memoir, which recounts some of his stories, including touring with the Sex Pistols, a tense confrontation with Bob Dylan and a showdown with yakuza Gangsters at a hotel in Japan. And he tells of his long friendship with John Lennon, which ended abruptly 40 years ago. Today, when Lennon was murdered in front of the Dakota, his apartment building in New York ruins book is right place. Right time. The life of a rock and roll photographer. He spoke to me from Lane's Build New York. Bob Gruen, Welcome to fresh air. Hi. Well, thanks for having me You grew up on Long Island. Your mom was a photography buff. Right? So you got interested at an early age and I love the story of the first photo you got published. Share that with us. Well, I was an attorney, but her hobby was photographer. You She taught me that development print modeling pictures when I was very little. On guy started taking pictures around the house and around the neighborhood and in school and then when they're coming home from school, I saw a fireman arriving at a fire and I ran over. I took pictures of him and ran out of film and ran home, got more film and ran back. And actually climbed up in the building behind the fire onto the roof of a six story building behind it and got it almost like an aerial shot of the whole scene, went back home, developed it right away and brought it down to the local newspaper, and they liked him. They actually printed on the cover and they were impressed with me. I was 13 and actually have. The caption is about how the 13 year old Bob Gruen Took this picture, and it isn't the photography, So it's a good start. You got into rock music. I mean, you loved rock music right? It was really exploding at the time in the late sixties, and so you started going to clubs and photographing people, And it's interesting that When you were doing this and trying to get work. One of the things that you did was to shoot not just the musicians, but the managers and the publicists and even in the clubs that staff The bouncers and bartenders. Why was that useful? I probably gave away more pictures than my license. But it was useful because that way people would remember me that if the publishers hired me to take pictures at a press party of star with some other rock stars visiting him, I would also get a picture of the publicist with Starr, and then they would put that on their office wall and they remember me. And so I was always doing that to stay in people's mind and to give them something special, you know to not just take but to give, and people would remember that one of the first relationships you develop with the high profile musician was with. I contain a Turner. How did that happen? Well, assuming we're still is the Tina Turner was amazing. We had to go to see her and we went and my friend was right. Tina is just absolutely amazing. They were playing several shows around the New York area at the time. And so the next night they were playing in a place called the Hunka Moncur room. You can't make something like that up on Queens Boulevard in Long Island. We went. There was a very small club Remember linoleum floor and small stage. But Tina was just amazing. I was sitting right in front taking pictures. And at the end of these show, a strobe light flashes and Tina kind of dances off of multiple images in the strobe light. And I just had a few frames left in the camera. I thought I wonder what will happen if I take a one second picture and get a few of these flashes in the same frame, and I took my 45 pictures and three or four Mary useless and one of them is one of the best pictures I've ever taken. Just captures Tina in five images. They just captures the excitement and energy that scene a turner and we went to another team to show that they a couple days later. And I brought the picture is basically to show my friends But as you were walking out with my friends, so I turned her walking from one dressing room to another and pushed me in front of. I can said so, like the pictures, and he stopped any Said. What pictures and I showed him. He's a He's a good pictures. I'm gonna show this to Tina took me in the dressing room, and Tina was like in my pictures, and pretty soon they had me coming on the road. I was driving on the road with him. My first album cover about 10 months later was a picture Tina terms that I took in Los Angeles and actually, we started making videotapes for them an early video primitive kind of video machine. But it was the first time that Gina and the bank could see themselves in action right after the show and go over the act and how they were dancing and kind of improved the actually like that a lot. Yeah, So So you go from being like a young guy just hoping You know, to get something going to standing in front of Tina Turner in a matter of seconds? Yes, Yes, It was transformative. It was a moment that changed my life. You spent a lot of time with him, didn't you? Yes, well, next couple of years, we honor. I mean, not every day, but, you know, I have a few weeks we go and spend a couple of weeks at one point is found month traveling with them actually living in Bolic sound and their studio in Los Angeles. You didn't sleep a lot when you were with Ike Turner. I s so we got a lot done. Well, what were you doing when you were not sleeping? Well, I can't You know, powders that helped to stay awake. Luckily, I didn't fall into it this evening. Yes, he did. Because he was a pretty good guy until the drugs took over, and he paid you right. Sometimes people wouldn't pay you for the pictures. He was always generous about that. Yeah, he always said it was kind of a very informal arrangement to pay about how many days I've been there. You just sort of peel off a few $100 bills and cover all my expenses. That's how it worked out in all that time that you spent with him. Did you see any hint of the abusive relationship that she would later describe? Not really. They seemed pretty tight. You know, Couple, not your traditional couple because I had a girlfriend that traveled with them as well. So it was kind of like I continue and and Thomas Not something we talked about at the time. But he has talked about in her book that it was kind of like Several women in the house, You know, not just her, and that didn't seem kind of unusual to me of a more conservative than that, but in the rock and roll of it just seemed like, well, that's what I does, and everybody seems to go along with it. But I didn't see any of the violence at all. But it wasn't your typical marriage. That was obvious and out of that drew a lot of other contacts, and you managed to get a lot of other work. I soon well, Yeah, once that made them I started meeting all kinds of people after that, Elton John, But it was somebody I met within a few months because a publicist that I met working with Argentina Talk the record company into hiring me to shoot this brand new unknown piano player from England and turned out to be Elton John and I worked for him for the next couple of years on my career kind of snowballed. Every time I went and get a job, I need more people and they'd hire me for more things and I get involved in, you know a lot of different times. One of the amazing pictures you have of Elton John is if I have this right you were in the studio..
"chuck berry elvis" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Pass your papers well without forgot where their but I'm not grading the papers so you just keep them and now we'll go down to give me Mister T. here for individuals or your three individuals that go along with Paul McCartney on mount rock more John legend Mick Jagger and Keith Richards and then I added Eric Clapton so you're putting five up there yeah okay sculptors not gonna like that now Jerry in addition to George Michael added Elvis John Lennon Billie Holiday and Chuck Berry going that hash tag me too early holidays not really rock and roll back I told you I'd be subjected almost through I almost went hash tag me to him through Janice and but I left her off mine are Paul McCartney Chuck Berry Elvis Presley and Eric Clapton rand emailed with Paul McCartney Chuck Berry Elvis Presley and Buddy Holly and Megan your for Buddy Holly Chuck Berry can use the microphone place got talked into it the work buddy Holly Chuck Berry a John Lennon and Jimi Hendrix it's almost it's a god given I would John law you can't do ball without job then you've been you go well you can are you gonna do Paul and John and not do George and Ringo so you know I was just trying to open it up a little bit so you got to stones and two Beatles yeah why not okay good job now for extra credit we're gonna wrap up the morning with your favorite Paul McCartney written song now keep in mind your favorite and best are to come pull equally as separate issues right now headline traffic and weather.
"chuck berry elvis" Discussed on Set Lusting Bruce: The Springsteen Podcast
"May have been me hitting that when I cut and paste. He may have been his four. Were maybe Chuck Berry Springsteen Princeton Elton. John that's what I'm Gonna. Guess that my edit mistake but are you are you. Are you tim father trying to get him out of the country yes exactly I am? I do agree when his he does do a little cheating on his group. Please continue okay. Yeah out out of the doghouse yet. He Got Beatles stones up one. Okay so there's Similar to me. Would you not order? And then Tim You gotta gotTa select one of these. So you're gonNA have to Tweet US Who Who landed on Queen Pink Floyd or the WHO and then? He did like a four or five honorable mention. So we'll we'll so Continue Tim you have to commit. Some one of Queen is something that didn't come up but I think that is an amazing choice due to advocate. Hausky said that he did Chuck Berry Elvis Presley Jimi Hendrix. And Bob Dylan. I'm seeing a lot of Elvis and Chuck Berry and and Billon groups. He did Beatles stones the clash and talking heads very interesting choices on the class. Certainly Iconic David Byrne and the talking heads are massive influence Not as much you would think top forty hits but I certainly think that acute jr influence really really interesting choices. There's been very interesting choices And like to talk to Ed. You know I I could he. You know I guess you know with with the class. Kind of representing kind of the punk rock sound And alum bruises cover of London calling on the High Park. Open this out. It's phenomenal so It seems like he he went up. Maybe a little bit Death and favorite kind of mixed in a little bit but You I to the classroom talking has fantastic. Yes Oh do you And we're sharing documents so I know at one point Dr Scott lost the documents. So that's why we're going. He got another one for me. And then I'm going to read the rest. Yeah do you have beneath I have Tammy? Call Your Tammy is currently I give a shout out to. She is my my personal Job a guru. She has been working to in my job. Search she's just a great lady She says my personal not for historic reasons which I love putting that outgoing dope. Here's my personal She said Bruce gave a caveat. I love her Bruce Pink Lady Gaga and Prince really diverse. I love that it's You know two male to female. That's very well done You have a very diverse love. Go ahead and give us the nieces Let's see We got Bruce okay she wrote my personal so I'm assuming this is favourite Versus Bruce St Nick. Uh My wife will be Eric Clapton Solo And Elton John Since then for and then for groups Denise I love Love Love the spent I love Pity cream which. I'm a big big cream SAM so Love about selection Fleetwood MAC double dipped on Bruce And then Queen again not through another cream. Yeah I love the Eric Clapton Choice. I think that's another one. That is good I also the cream. That's really good Let's see I've got a now then. We're mixing out where I put a suit said so we're just gonNA flow with it. I Have Joe Delarue CEO. And he said Bruce Dylan Billy Joel and Elton John. I know you have y'all results out out. Yeah and then he said the Beatles who's Zeppelin cream so a second choice for cream that's great Do you have Steve Marshall? Yes I do what I think I only have sole award. That's all he had. Okay Bruce I love love this choice. I love Bob Seger I say Seger is just. What one most underrated Rockstars of all time So that that brings a small. Let's say Dylan Elton John. So John Get getting some love yes he is and he didn't do band so eager Dylan yet. Karen Rosiak smack K S C K She said Bruce Freddie. I assume pretty prints Not Freddy Fender Jim Morrison and Janice Joplin Janice Joplin. A nice little vote A very early influence or on rock and roll and someone whose career was shut was very very You know cut too soon so I love those choices. That's good part of the twenty seven club with Morrison to. Isn't it. Amazing what she perhaps murkier now. Yeah it's gotta be Freddie Mercury. I think so. Yeah I you know. That's you know the iconic you know. That film was just wonderful. And you yet how at least I did. How many Great Songs Queen Ray Greatly? Great Yeah and and and again when I discussed earlier just like talk about Obama has their own sound. It's like opera Broadway rock it's Yeah How would you pronounce it? Hollis maybe Ha L. Ese. Hollow Belly We got the beach. Boy Love we got Zeppelin and the doors That's huge doors fan to me. They you know again there were honorable mentions and to me like almost like Hendrix is Just didn't have the longevity. Unfortunately with you know tragic casting but And then individual order Bruce Elvis. Jim Morrison to George Fan and collector. And Beth Park Wolf said Bruce Dylan Billy Joel and Ray Charles Ray Charleston love. We had talked about him earlier. And I I love that. Pick under a risks She said Fleetwood Back Beach. Boys Ramones. And beastie boys rothe great as far as Trail Blazers of different style of music. The you know the ramones that that raw energy. And then the Beastie boys one of the earliest of you know You know of rap and in So I I think both really interesting choices. I like those persons to My one of my best friends Dave is a massive. Dc Board Fan And he will. He will love that. That selection and I like how she kind of Billy Joel and Rachel of the Billy. Joel's hero an idol. Yes Rachel so very cool Paul Rodriguez Picked Bruce Springsteen Tom Petty Elvis and David Bowie All phenomenal so much and and groups. Stones Zeppelin double dipping with East Ban. And the WHO isn't it funny. How much rock and roll icons come from Great Britain you know how many bands come from that you know. That's just really unbelievable. Yeah it's unbelievable it's unbelievable and and and and very interesting the amount of double dipping of Bruce and then Bruce Eastern band now and and and and and I like the criteria didn't save I could it might like I didn't criteria right. Yeah and also these are. I'm posting on a settling. And you know the settlers Bruce Facebook page and on Bruce Springsteen fan pages. So it's the you certainly would think there would be that bias storm. Aren't we got two left Maggie? V Said Beatles Eastern band. Elton Bruce so she kind of did two of each so. Thank you Maggie for that and our last one. Go ahead We got tiny Lechner. Potisk Bruce Elvis Ellen. John Chuck Berry died while Jesse. Isn't this your list? Beatles stones temptation I think it is. That is exactly my list So Patty Patty Patty poor porous or to Have a conversation while you do so as I talked about earlier. Dr Scott. I'm GONNA take all our numbers. I'M GONNA throw it in a spreadsheet and do a pivot table and come up with the top vote getters. Just be curious because And then we'll put who would make each a lot of overlap and So but I love the one offs like the Ramones. And the beastie boys and the doors. I think that's awesome that we've done that This has been a blast. I knew I would have done. I did not think I would have this much fun. It was fantastic. I it's a good a good icebreaking or good game to play at a party absolutely. Yeah I like that a lot. That's a good idea Any final thoughts before I let you go I WanNa thank you for having this my fourth Episode and I WanNa thank you for The invite and For AGAIN. You know Bringing bringing fans and and and music and communities together here just and You know Just really really honored. Every time I get to talk to you and you're just a an incredible guy and this is tremendous amount of fun and I hope we hope we speak to. Yeah absolutely I agree You know please. If.
"chuck berry elvis" Discussed on Deep Dish Radio with Tim Powers
"On the vocals. If you listen very carefully during the verses he holds his mouth, and he sings kinda like, John and then during the chorus and the middle eight he does his poll, you know, and go back and listen to it again because you'll hear you'll hear certain phraseology that, that Paul uses in his pronunciation, or in the way that he carries a tune, and you can tell the difference. But if you if you were passively listening sounds like Paul McCartney record, you know, it does. But, you know, it also sounds to me like other British invasion acts like the opening of this song, Eric Carmen to meet sounded almost exactly like Gerry and the pacemakers and I'm not saying that because we just played it a little while ago. And then I listened to the rest of the song, and I'm hearing I go to pieces. Oh, yeah. It's got that same rhythm. Mcfeely and some of the strumming and then to his great credit in raspberries, great credit. It goes on to evolve beyond that. Yeah. It's, it's a well produced a little record. So that's kind of weird. It's kind of a brain deserve, you think about Tim, because it's they're being influenced by other groups that were influenced by the Beatles. Well, and that's why we are on multi. It's almost multigenerational. It's appear amid of influence, so to speak with the Beatles of the top with the Beatles of top, and then an inverted pyramid above that with Little Richard and Chuck Berry, Elvis in the weather's above that, which is a whole other whole other show. This song, kind of reminded me of the third act of a hard day's night, when they're in the TV studio, right? And they're goofing on each other and instead imagine instead of playing if I fell. Yeah, they did this. Right. You know it fit. Right in there, and it would sound like it would fit there. Yeah. And you don't the, the background of the studio. If you remember the movie is they have images of Beatles insects behind. Them. Yeah. I mean that's helped pervasive. Their influence was, they're making a movie making fun of the hysteria. That is Beatle mania. And at the same time, they're saying, look, here's what society would do not just girl chasing us. But if we're on a TV show, here's more reference to the Beatles. This is how powerful we are in as I said, you know, other than Frank Sinatra and Elvis. And I suppose Michael Jackson, they're very few musical, artists that have this incredible sway over society. Whether you like their music or not, they're just part of the conversation and create a certain hysteria, not only while they're live. But when they pass it's interesting. I, I mean, I love the raspberries as as power pop band. You know, and they're and they're Beal's influences real clear in, in this track. And in their hit go all the way. But that just sounded so. Beatle mania. Yeah. That, that I just had to play it making its first appearance in six on the coral courts radio right now. I believe is our first American band. Yes. And we're moving ahead in time to nineteen sixty eight so this is post sergeant pepper. Now we've already knowledged that a lot of people did psychedelic songs, and we're influenced not only by that whole movement, but, especially by with the Beatles. Martin did with sergeant pepper. Here's a ban that was considered their own kind of world in terms of, of folk and folk rock. The volved. They were all about poetry. There were great songwriters, not only turns of music, especially the words in that Simon and Garfunkel now you wouldn't think of Simon and Garfunkel, as being influenced in any way, by the Beatles. And I didn't think of them at all. But when I was going through the library at home, too, I came across fake in it, and I remembered, oh, there's a British female voice dropped into the middle of this. There are changes in mood and tone that it's it becomes melancholy. And then it's bouncy. Like, you know, one it's, it's like they're merging, one of their darker songs with one of their happier songs and doing it in a Beatles mode. That's what faking it felt like to me. Let's give it a listen. When she.
"chuck berry elvis" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Davis. What impacted Chuck Berry on your life? Chuck Berry headed very profound impact on me. The man was a genius in many people can say that they wrote a song made Concetta, they play the song, but few people can claim that they invented Asia NRA of music, and various did that we would not have rock and roll without Chuck Berry. And when I first heard Chuck Berry fell in love with that music. And when I saw him, I changed my whole career trajectory that I was on as a kid, I was going to be a computer programmer back then computers were as big as twice as big as this room or a espionage agent. And each one was pulling that me with equal force. So I was mobilized could move either way. And I kept trying to figure out how can I do both and back then, of course, there was no way today you can through cyber. Espionage. But I saw shut berry somewhere along that pathway as a kid. I said, that's what I wanna do. And what it was was that Chuck Berry and other fellow Elvis Presley, I'd seen him to had made millions upon millions of people all over the world happy with their music the touch them without even knowing them. And that fascinated mass you know what, that's what I wanna do. I wanna be able to bring joy to people, whether I meet them or not, what was the story about your first meeting with Czech very well. Chuck Berry was coming to coalfield house and university of Maryland, sports arena, there, it was going to be Chuck Berry, and Jerry Lewis. And of course, I got down there super early hoping, I would be able to sneak in and maybe meet him during sound check rehearsal. And because I knew that the promoter had to supply a backing band for him. So the concert would not begin to about ATS. That evening. And I was a kid. I gotta ride down there and. Around noontime. Eight hours before Showtime and the hangar doors were open people like bringing in equipment, and speakers and lights and things like that. I just walked on, nobody stopped me. So there was no security at that particular time. And so I just hang up there out of everybody's way the band came. And I moved over near the stage where the band was figuring that when Chuck comes for this down check, I'll get to see my idol and meet him or whatever and the van was very nervous. They'd never worked with Chuck Berry before they were down from New Jersey to play for him. And their sound was at two o'clock. So they assumed that he would be there around two o'clock, two o'clock rolled around and no berry. They even got more nervous. And so they went on stage. They did their soundcheck. They ran through some Chuck Berry songs and they sounded fantastic and hours tick by. And so no berry. And so they went on at the beginning of the show did a short set and then Jerry Lewis came in I got to meet him and he came onto. His thing. No check berry and about fifteen minutes or so before jury Leeson etched in walk Chuck Berry through the backstage door. He came in just by himself Nogi. Tar nothing and he walked right by me, and I froze. Total shock. He went right by me, and there was somebody standing down the hallway and he stopped and spoke with that person. I don't know what he said, in retrospect, I do that person pointed further down the hallway to adore and, you know, went down inside that door. And if you mess later, he came back out when right back by me, again, back outside the best the door and then he returned with his guitar. And so in retrospect, what happened was he went down to the promoters, office to get paid up front. And then he went and got his ATar. Here's brings guitar. Italy has money so was tar in, and then I'll stay over there near where the band was. He came over and. The van to him, he's taking his guitar out of the case and said, hi. My name is Bruce Springsteen backup band. We thought you were going to be here this afternoon. Just totally oblivious. And you said. We ran through some of your songs, I think should be okay. Do you know which ones tonight and effect of Oz? And barry. He went on stage to then when on right after him. And he just went right into it. No key, no count off nothing and the ban was right there with them. And that just blew my mind. You slipped ten the word the name Bush Springsteen time year was this this menu. Seventy two seventy three. Somewhere around April of seventy two or seventy three fifteen. Yeah. I was born in fifty eight any money ever heard of free time. No one had ever been seen outside of as berry parking jersey. You know, and so the name didn't mean anything to me, and then, like, I don't know year or so later, he's on the cover of time magazine, you know. And so it's like, wow that same, same. I wanna show some video then that was an early seventies. This is in nineteen Ninety-seven, if people closely, see you at the piano. So watch this clip. Okay. This is she's radio programming from Monday. How did you end up on that stage? That's a really funny story. Late night with David Letterman. And I knew it was gonna be on there and I called him and I said, hey. I'm looking to New York and hang out with you. And he said, so I took the train or the bus Tintin and I went to the to the studio where things taped and he had my name on the guest list at the backstage with security was he wasn't there yet. So let me in very, it's not here yet, but you're welcome to either go to his room, the green room so stopped by the green room. Twenty Randall was in there and Roseanne Barr and a couple other people who else going to be on the show, David does, like two separate tapings for night. And so then I went up to the rain room to room and eventually he came, and we're just sitting there and then this producer walks in. And so it's very my name is whatever and. You know, I have you slated to roll over Beethoven with up, Australia for and his band and said, this is my PIN player, Darryl Davis, and she starts looking through pages clipboard looking for my name. She was oh, I know you're here. We have Paul Shaffer slated here and he says this might be on a player Darryl Davis Daryl giving your social security number so you can get paid. I had not even planning on playing just came to hang out, like, okay, you know, so I give my social because I'm also remember after and say and all that. And he's union and she's like all flustered. Well, okay. I love to talk to, to Mr. Schaffer, and then you're going to perform roll over Beethoven, just no. I've been let it rock. She's like. Totally lost. And she says, well of Mr. Schaffer, has been hurt the group with Beethoven just said, like I said, I let it rock Daryl on down there and rehearse the band. So went down there, and there was Paul Shaffer. And Paul Shaffer is not only one of the most talented musicians in this country. He's totally underrated. The guy is a genius. A top notch musician not only one of the most talented, musicians of this country. He is also one of the nicest and most humblest and he had no problem with whoever and I rehearse the band on let it rock, and he asked me, he said, hey, stay up here, you know, through the commercials and stuff and play with us until check comes on and play with them. And we comes on us. Thank you. Impatient about this time irregular urine, you're saying what in the world? Are they talking about we don't normally talk music on the show, and there's a lot more to the story than the music? But I wanna go back to how did you develop relationship with Chuck Berry? And then what impacted he have on your thinking about the humanity and racial tensions and things like that in this country. You know. People like very Elvis presently literature. Joining lewis. Fats domino, buddy, Holly, Bo Diddley, these people, the pioneers of rock and roll back in the day prior to rock and roll music halls concert venues were segregated, if they allow people in it all, you know, their ropes you went around the seating sections, with signs, hanging would say seeing white patrons only or cut them sitting only, and that Jim crow law was still in place in the nineteen fifties. So, you know, if you and I, we're going to go see Glenn Miller. Somebody Sinatra in the forties. We could not sit together. We have to sit in our designated seating sections, according to the color of our skin, even in the nineteen fifties was in place, but two phenomenons happened one the invention of rock and roll by people like Chuck Berry, Little Richard fast domino, bode. Diddley and the population of it by people like you have expressly Julia. Louis cropper buddy. Holly Bill Haley and the comets when white kids and black kids heard that new rhythm that new beat that boogie Woogie with that beat to it. They could not still. They balanced out of their chairs knocked the ropes over and the signs over. And that's when you know they were eating and dancing in the aisles together for the first time in the history of this country police would come in shut down the show, so rock and roll had brought white youth and black youth together through music the same thing that great civil rights activists like Martin Luther King, Rosa Parks, and then the other one's black and white. We're trying to achieve through their marches through their demonstrations, their sit ins boycotts in efforts to bring white and black adults together. Chuck Berry, Elvis achieving this through music, and that attracted me as well. Span radio this is Cuban day, our guest this week is Daryl Davis. How long have you been a musician, professionally? Wilson's. I graduated college nineteen eighty graduate from how we're gonna versity in Washington DC with my degree in jazz. But I was playing before that, you know, during college, during my formative learning years, I was kind of a late bloomer when it came to music, I started when I was seventeen in high school junior, I wanna jump way out of context. There is a new documentary about you on net flicks and it's called accidental courtesy, you've gotten a lot of publicity over the years for the things that you've been involved in, but let's just run a brief clip invest. And then I'll ask you to fill in the blank. Sure. Is a robe of an imperial wizard. The top guy, this is a white cotton robe with blue adornments blue stripes, blue sash and blue Cape. And of course, you see the clan emblem the maiocco the red blood drop in the center signifies that they will shed their blood to preserve the white race. If you look along the white cross look at that, that black line right there. And then these two Diana lines, the former K. So you see four ks, essentially, and that's dance for knights of the Ku Klux Klan, always said to me. How can you have this stuff when you want you burn it? Well, no. As shameful as it is, this is a part of American history. You don't burn our history, regardless, good the band and the hoops plan is, as American as baseball, apple pie and Chevrolet. What's the story behind the knack marry? Well in a book on me came out that I wrote in nineteen ninety seven in hardback, and paperback ninety eight call clandestine with a K relationships relationships in which I went around the country and interviewed plan leaders and Clinton members based on experience. I had a child when I was a kid I had a racist incident while marching with the cub scouts I have people throwing rocks and bottles at me, white spectators, and I did not understand why I was at target. And then when racism was explained to me, I could not accept it. I never heard of racism, and I could not get my head around the idea that someone who had never spoken to me, someone who knew nothing about me or had ever seen before would want to hurt me for no other reason than the color of my skin, and I formed a question at the age of ten nineteen sixty eight which was, how can you hate me when you don't even know? Oh, me, and I've been seeking that answer now for the nets, you know, forty nine years, and I bought books on blacks Premacy white supremacy the Nazis in Germany, the Neo Nazis over here..
"chuck berry elvis" Discussed on The Loudini Rock and Roll Circus
"Welcome guys to rock and rant number thirty two. What makes a guitar solo truly great? And why most internet polls on the subject are completely clueless. Stick around. You're listening to the Lou Dini rock and roll circus changing rack history one podcast at a time. All right, everybody. Welcome back to the Lucchini rock and roll circus Rockin rant number thirty two. My name is Lou Lombardi, aka Lou Dini, our website is Lou Dini, rock and roll circus dot com. Please check back. Tons of cool stuff there. You can find it in discovered all for yourself at Lou Dini, rock and roll circus dot com. We got some folks hanging out with us live tonight. And I will tell you about how you can do that. Meet some really awesome people that love great guitar driven rock almost as much as you do and get access to exclusive music, and exclusive video and all kinds of cool stuff. I'll tell you about that at the end stick around. So let's get into today's topic. Which is the tar solo I titled this what makes a great guitar solo. Or maybe I should change. What makes it guitar solo? Great about that. And why most internet polls are completely clueless. Now, the Qatar solo is been a staple of rock and roll since the very beginning. Bill Haley, and the comets Chuck Berry Elvis they've there was guitar solos from the very beginning. It's sort of like part of what makes something rock and roll is a freaking Qatar solo. Now, what most internet polls base, I great guitar solo on is tends to be kind of in my opinion, kind of one dimensional typically they pick somebody who's a famous guitar player. And they pick some kind of solo with maybe some tricky licks. Senate or something like that. Or maybe it's a really famous song that they may be feel like influence a lot of guitar players things like that. That's all cool, and that can definitely be part of it. But that's not really an I'm talking about the great SOLAS. That's not really what makes a guitar solo truly great. There's a lot of there's there's some asshole is out there. But there's a lot of really really good ones too. But there are some that are just amazingly memorable. Okay. And I. We're gonna come back to that word a little bit later on. But there are let's talk a little bit about what first of all what kind of makes a great. So first of all it should add to the excitement of the song. It should take everything about the song and kind of speak that excitement of the song that vibe of the song in that four eight sixteen bars, sometimes twenty four bars, whatever it should it should be like a microcosm of the feeling vibe. And everything of that song in in a single statement. That's really what it is. It's like another voice coming in kind of sank. Lemme slummy summarize the song for you here. And that's what the guitar solo. That's kind of what it's functioning as in that way. It's also making kind of a unique statement in the sense that it can kind of it's kind of saying I can do something with the guitar. That's taking you all this time and all these other instruments to do I can condense that for you. With one instrument for, you know, four six eight bars for sixteen eight, but whatever bars to I can do that in that sort of period of time with one instrument. So it is a very powerful thing. Now, let's talk about the things that guitar player. Absolutely must consider before he plays the solo. Now, you may say, well, you know, this soul is completely improvised. And that's all it was completely off the cuff, but the tar player that played though SOLAS I guarantee even if he wasn't consciously thinking of these things has absorbed them, in some way, shape or form. First of all as I mentioned earlier, the complete vibe of the song is a song. Anger is a song. Happy. Is it a love song? What is the overall vibe sometimes the vibes complicated as what we use the word vibe because you can't necessarily put it into one feeling. So it's a vibe, it's it's a lot of different kinds of things coming together to create a vibe. So the guitarist has to be in that vibe, in know, what that vibe isn't. Be completely absorbed in it, the guitars should know the melody of the song, and I believe that all the great guitar solos out there, the truly great ones the terrorist. Really knows. He knows that melody she he she excuse me. We have to be we're multicultural here. The baseline very important the baseline is kind of the counterpoint to the melody. And if you're gonna play great solo you've got to be aware what's happening with the baseline as well as the melody as well as you'll roll vibe. Of course, the chord changes. I know a lot of guitar players are probably jumping out saying the court changes said the court chain. Yes, of course, the core change is very very important. And this is what I think a lot of guitar players may not think of, but I think all the truly great solos that are out there have the guitarist has a good understanding of the lyrical idea of the song and could say back to you in their own words, what the story of the song is. Vibe, melody, baseline chord. Changes in lyrics. It's five things right there. I think that. Grilling all the terrorist has to consider in order, if he's going to hear she's going to create a truly amazing soul. Now, really alternately. What makes the solo ultimately amazing is the memora- -bility the? How memorable it is? If the solo is very memorable. If the solo is such that if a cover band is gonna play that song to get tar player must absolutely play that solo or John Q public will not like the song. Those are the truly great tar SOLAS this solos where the audience is kind of humming along to sell. There's I'll give you a few examples of solos like this the solo too. Who's crying now by journey shown solo he shows in that solo that he's in tune with fibers, all the melody the lyrics? He understands the loneliness of the meaning of the song that solo is just perfect. And when that Sola comes on you find yourself humming along even with the little kind of licks and stuff he puts into it. It's absolutely perfectly. Composed totally memorable. Amazing soul. Not the most technically wonderful solo. Not the fastest is not, you know, he's playing behind his head or whatever. It's just a great memorable piece of music. Just what I needed LED in from the cars. You can't play that song and abandoned half the play that solo that goes if he works with the court changes in the baseline and the vibe was on so perfectly. Well, I don't even know how you could think of anything else to play their hit me with your best shot. By Pat minutes are Neil drawl does solo is one of the most memorable solos of that entire era of rock. Again. You shook me all night long and back in black excuse me, you shook male nightlong and back in black by ACDC, though. Most Angus is solos are are like that. But those are two just off the top of my head. You're gonna play in a bar. You got to play those solos because people know those souls, they're like stuck in their heads. It's like if you people will be bombed out if you play like your own thing that even if you play something really cool, though solos are part of song. And in my opinion. That's what takes a solo to the level of complete greatness. It is a piece of music in. In and of it's own. I would be remiss if I didn't mention something. Kid Charlemagne by steely, Dan, that's another one. But we could go on and on. I we could all listen, you guys could probably have some of your out. I'm going to take a quick peek in the group real quick to see if we have no no comments on it. Just just at the moment. So that's cool. But if you'd like to comment in you're watching live at I love, the know what you have to say about it. But anyways, so that is my treatise on the guitar solo. What I believe makes a truly great guitar someone at the end of the day, it's memorable. It is a piece of music. That's almost practically stands on its own for its melodic schism understanding of the vibe of the song integration with the cords and the baseline and its ability to tell the story of the song in a very short space without even saying singing, the actual lyrics. It sung with the guitar the truly great SOLAS. That's what they do. I mentioned a second or two earlier about people hanging out with us live, and how you might be interested in some exclusive music and meeting some really cool people that love great guitar driven rock is almost as much as you. Do you can find out more about that? Lou Lombardi rocks dot com. This isn't your typical. Squeeze page or capture page. I don't it doesn't even require Email address. I just want you to come and hang out with us in our in our private Facebook group. And if you want to do anything else, we could talk about once you get into the group, but a lot of cool stuff there. Lot of great people here who are really passionate about great guitar driven rock. So you can do that Lou, Lou Lombardi rocks dot com, guys. Thanks so much for hanging out with me. What are your favorite solos? I hope that we can talk have a great discussion about it. And I'll catch you guys all on the next Lou Dini, rock and roll circus.
"chuck berry elvis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"We're going to build our own mount rock, more and. After the text about foreigners being on mount Rushmore makes it it makes sense. This would be American. Rock superstars. Here's a ton of them from England that we're going to have to leave off. I think if we're gonna acquainted to mount Rushmore mall rock more can have to be American. I think we'll go with that. Which also I think makes it a little more interesting because then you can you can forget about the Jimmy page and Robert plant, Mick Jagger, and Keith Richard and Eric Clapton Roger Daltry, you know, all of those guys let's focus on American rock stars rock and roll stars. And we'll see what we come up with with that. Let's go Evan. I Hello Evan. How you doing? Great to. I hope you can hear me. We can hear you fine. Recommendation for your rug store Iraq, mount mount Rushmore, okay? Rushmore takes you back a little ways, but Debbie, Harry Blondie. Okay. Yep. Debbie, Harry, if you were gonna put one female up there or to Debbie, Harry and who else. I couldn't go with another one sorry about that Stevie nicks. I'm not that familiar. Whether or rediscovered Debbie Harry about a month ago. Okay. Yeah. I he's very good looking or yours. Right. Good luck. And she's in the rock and Roll Hall of fame as well. Yep. That's right. Cheers. So that's that'd be my recommendation. I love to hear your discussion about my choice. Okay. Thanks evan. Evan from Denver, Debbie. Harry like, Debbie, Harry. She is in the rock and Roll Hall of fame. I wouldn't put her a you're going to pick four people to go up there. I wouldn't be one of my picks people are naming bands. You can't put the whole band in there. No naming Z Z top journey Aerosmith Stevie nicks. I think she deserves to be on that. She certainly there's not a lot of female rockers. She got to be at the top of the heap. And let's go next to Mel from Lakewood. Hey, Mel, how are you? Hey, good. Well, I've I've got gray hair. But if you think about the. The rock and roll people have had the greatest impact on the John. I would have to start with Elvis Presley. Bob Dylan who got a Nobel prize. And I'm a person thinks that putting Winston Churchill mount Rushmore, just fine. He's been one of the most iconic political leaders in the twentieth century and had a huge impact on United State in that vein. I think the third name I would put up there is the Beatles. All of them, all four Beatles. Yeah. A montage montage of Beatles. Yeah. And that leaves one spot open for whoever I don't know who's in that group, but I believe but Elvis, and the Beatles and Bob Dylan are probably the three most impactful. Recording artists. Lease my lifetime hard to argue. That's for sure thank smell. Thanks for calling in and next up. We'll go Bill in Inglewood. Hey, bill. You're on KOA. Hey, how's it going guys? Hey, we're doing good. It's Friday night. God, I'll tell you what I just gonna let you guys know this upfront. I listen to you guys every day when I get off work, and you make me blow snot at least once a day. Well, that's a good thing. I take it. Right. Yeah. I love it. Good, man. Anyway. So I was telling them what's not dragging. But anyway, yeah grant, so yeah, I'm just thinking in terms of songwriters like really great American songwriter. You got Steven Tyler Aerosmith. Which? It's gonna be tough to carve his face. 'cause it looks like. I love him. Bob dylan. Writer and petty and Bruce Springsteen. Yeah, they all kind of have the same face. I don't agree with his politics. It could write songs, man. I can't argue with any of those people all just like brilliant. So yes, especially if they're going to go all American mount Rushmore. That's, but then you definitely have to have Bruce on there when it's all a marriage. Yeah. You pretty much, you know. I gotta love. Okay. I I don't agree with his politics. But man live. Yep. All right. Genius out. Yeah. I hear you, man. Yeah. I'm a fan. Thank you Bill. Next up is Steve from Denver. Hey, steve. How're you doing? Hey, good. Hey, greatest guitar player. Jimmy hendrix. Yeah. I think Jimmy's probably going to have to be on there. He kind of changed the game. Where's Jimmy from originally Seattle? Okay. Yep. Yep. Female. How 'bout San Francisco and grace slick? For female, grace slick. Yes, he was she certainly had an impact and one of the original females one of the original female rockers for sure you give her big credit for that. Okay. Yeah. Now, we jumped at the eighties and one of the hottest by. Opera singer. Benetton, Pat, Ben ATar, great voice. Yeah. Married to her a guitar player to Gerardo, but Giraldo? Neil. Neil Giraldo Giraldo. Yeah. Yep. They tour together. All right. Good call. Thanks, janice. Joplin on there. If you're gonna go, maybe writers and. Yeah. Yeah. There's there's so many great choices is fun to think about from the text line. Here's a few. Hendrix, Chuck Berry. Elvis Steven Tyler. Is one Gregg Allman love Greg Allman major impact on the game. Steve Perry from journey. David Lee, Roth from van Halen? I think I'd lean more towards Eddie van Halen than David Lee Roth. Although I'm a fan. Both of them. You know, I just Google best male rockers of all time. And then it gave me fourteen best male singers of all time with Freddie, Mercury bringing the greatest frontman of all time, Freddie. Mercury. He's english. But yeah, they have Bing Crosby Elvis Presley Otis Redding. Frank Sinatra NAT king Cole, George, Michael. Michael jackson. This is the best male rocker Jackson. I wouldn't call him a rocker nowadays, they were talking more about seniors. You know, we could do another day. We could do mount pop more. Yeah. You know, pop star's, right? That'd be kind of cool too. Yeah. That's true. You got your Michael Jackson's and lady Gaga is and people like that. All right. We'll break here. 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"chuck berry elvis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"First inductees into the rock and Roll Hall of Famer honored how many of them can you name? Let's see Chuck Berry. Chuck Berry's Elvis. Yes. Fats domino. Yes. Man. Henry. Thinking about the big names in rock and roll early on Bill hilly Haley. No, no. Others were buddy. Holly. The Everley brothers Jerry Lee Lewis Little Richard penny. Man. Sam Cooke and Ray, Charles. Wow. Whether your earliest the first inductees in the hall of fame two thousand and two this Wall Street Journal reporter abducted in Karachi Pakistan by group demanding the return of prisoners from Afghan campaign. He was later beheaded. Can you name it? Roman now, closer Pearl Daniel Daniel ever. How many of you sold that video? First one member that was brutal absolutely broken. Never watching after that. Sports, Mike elected to the hall of fame. And the big question is Willie go in as an Oriole or the Yankee he says he can't decide who's gonna leave it up to the hall of fame to decide. What are the odds? You think they're going to choose yankee's? Right. Well, actually, his record is better for the ten years that he spent with your heels than he did he did well with the the Yankees, but it just a tad better with your heels. Yeah. Had it only only twenty game win season with the Yankees. But you're right over all the record better with the Orioles. But I just think the hall of fame is gonna put them in in pinstripes on you would think. Yeah, I just I would be shocked if he comes back as a going in as a. He has a say in that he says he's not gonna he's not going to sign it. But he's leaving it up to the hall of fame. Yeah. But he he wanted to you know, maybe he's just trying to get off the hook. Now. Maybe because there's a lot of folks that were not happy when he left and took the money, and this whole blaming really in retrospect, dilly dally around, and you know, and the next thing, you know, he's gone. Yeah. To the enemy. I just. Hard to believe caps. Have now lost six straight games. Well that hasn't happened in over five years. They lose last night on overtime the Stanley Cup defending champions seven to six to the sharks Alex with a hat trick in that game. You now is thirty six goals for the year has complacency set in you know, I think it's maybe not complacency, but I think the Stanley Cup a slump. Everybody expected early on. I think it's it right now before they they need this all star break coming up this weekend. Desperately other just not playing good defense. The penalty kills horrible. And the goaltending has not been top notch. So and the offense at struggled up until last night. So yeah, it might be a little bit of they might need to recharge the batteries here. We'll see it's taught the rest of their legs. It is tough to repeat in any matter because every every night. The other teams giving you the the best because you are the defending champs as the eagles. You know, they got they gave it a valiant dry, but could pull it off. All right. Chuck come on five twenty and the question is should Hopkins. Be allowed to have a private police force name. We love to hear from you four ten WCBS six eighty one eight hundred WCBS six up next whether Baltimore City schoolteachers would get to get firearms as well. My husband, and I are on a tight budget and rarely hire anyone for our home's upkeep. Even after a storm when one of our largest oak trees fell and destroyed everything in its path the old ball and chain was out there chopping away with little success and a lot of potential danger. My neighbor recommended us to call Maryland tree carrot four four three five eight six six four three two. She set the professional licensed ended short and do a fantastic job.