6 Burst results for "Claude Johnson"

"claude johnson" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"claude johnson" Discussed on Pantheon

"Think that it was Mrs Anderson. I think it was your sister that was. They're all getting old in passing. And they handed the reins to the legacy to her to fight for it in what happened after that it's it's the middle later later. Part of the book is one of the most egregious examples that I have ever heard to. Do was to the level that it was at the most egregious examples of theft of art. In American history in for it to be Robert Johnson for it to be the million selling compilation of his recordings that was involved in the distribution of this money to someone who none in the family at ever heard of her new as part of the deal that would make with the world and get the courts to go along with I. Find it to be is an egregious stories you're going to find and there is no justice for the for the family. At this point we have seen other cases settled amicably or otherwise, but we don't see any justice for Robert. Johnson a man who gave us so much. It's unbelievable, I. I have nothing to add to that I. think he summed it up perfectly. It's it's that's all it is. You know it's of course. The the two photographs that have been in circulation for a long time, the cigarette photo and Robert and his pinstripe suit you know those were cherished family heirlooms, and and people might think that they've heard that story before of Libya, ripping off the family, but you know we had legal documents that have never been published from. We had lavars process from the sixties when he first learned about Robert Johnson and develop this strategy really of gaining control of the copyrights to Robert Johnson's music. That was what it was really all about because of the value of that between the publishing, and the recording mechanical 's slide. The Time Fla veered gotten interested you see cream had come out with their cluber of crossroads right? The stones had done love in vain. Yeah, well right around that time in There was one other Aplin was that. Louis Zeppelin Cover Yup. A lot of versions of sweet home. A lot of versions of other songs. The value that was re is ridiculous in in nineteen sixty dollars, no doubt about it. Yeah, and so that's really what got news was getting those copyrights, but those photographs came from the family's collection. Your got those publish them and got them copyrighted under his own name. Mrs Am Sikorsky C. on the cover of the book. Is this beautiful photograph of Robert Johnson that's just? Just now being released for the first time and Mrs Anderson had that in her personal collection It was taken on Beale street in nineteen thirty six. If you can believe that and didn't want the thing to get out into the public, because she didn't appreciate the way that that those those other family images, those other family photographs had been in her in her word, abused stolen and abused and so. I mean she's ninety four right I mean she was ninety two. When we started this thing about how close we were to not having that photograph of Robert Johnson to see and this version of him, and it's all because of the way. The her family Rob Johnson family had been treated. You know, but by the record collectors, and then by the court system. separately from leverrier. You know you have Claude Johnson's family coming forward to make its claim on the estate. That's the too weird situation. Because by the time Claude Johnson came into the picture for the estate. Mrs Anderson was the only one of Robert. Johnson's I would save Memphis household because they're not blood relatives, who is still? Because she's not as blood relative, even though she knew him and head protected these the these heirlooms that we now see in the book and had been very much a part of the legal battle with La- veer over the copyrights in the first place. been there all along because she didn't have the blood relationship, the court didn't in any way recognize you know they're real family relationship, and so the estate was awarded to Claude. Johnson was recognized as Robert Johnson son. That's just despicable issue. She got screwed there, too. You know and and. Nobody here is in a position to say in any way whether Claude was really Robert Son. It's based on testimony no scientific evidence, but we'd know about Roberts Martin. Roberts Memphis family that that's one hundred percent you know stone, cold pipe lock. They have been treated unfairly and continue to have been though I must say I hope that this book turns things around having. Part of what you're doing with it all aside from a writer's natural curiosity always makes it more special and oppressed, and I wanNA. Thank you as somebody who's about the legends, because the whole devil never made much sense to me. Either in I looked at the whole thing, and to read this and the and read where he was what he was doing, and how he was catching the trains, because the train had slow down at the switch behind their house, they had a good natural spot to get on and off when they were coming and going and all the little things Marcus and our marveling about some of it the fact that he played at the friendly lunchroom their in town. And he was this door man being snuck into white hotels to play for the rich. People. Come. That type of stuff is insane. Because in those days in the south, he would a gotten his ass handed to Had he been caught by certain law officials for being snuck into those white hotels, but felt like the the people in Memphis were turning a blind eye to some of those things. Because Robert Johnson was their favorites. He's coming into back door with his brother. Let them come in and play some songs in our little party room. We've got going on things like that. I think I think it was part of the fun of what Beale Street was. We can't imagine it. Because even his greatest beale street is today. It's different it is. It isn't what it was and yeah. Johnson being a part of Beale street lore in this way in your biological to high blown every exactly I mean everybody loves the blues. Knows, Bill, street and everybody loves blue's knows Robert Johnson. Now you know to put in there in in Handy Park..

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"claude johnson" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"claude johnson" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"We get the first asteroid question of why Michigan from Claude Johnson data Cornelius Johnson here on each day. The Harbaugh's podcast. You can talk about this. I know my dad can talk about this. I talk about this now because. Just having a daughter who just went through the recruiting process. She's going to play water polo here at Michigan my daughter grace. Oh, fantastic and relation sakes. Thanks, you know, but the dynamic of it the dynamic of the recruiting process starts, and as as a parent, you're just I mean, I was like just totally supportive, and and you know, this and this is going to be your decision gracious. You know, and you know, what schools are you most interested in, and what are you looking for any, and you and you go through the just start the process, and it's it's you're given you're giving advice when they ask for it, basically. And you're you know, you're giving opinions and in inclusion trying to, you know, watch him navigate, you know, what's important to them. And then they get it down. Then there's a top ten and then kinda saw get go to a top five, and then she started making official visits. And then, you know, Michigan was one of them and. You know, I felt like, you know, trying to get things out of her where she going, and she's it's almost like he can't get that information. And they get quiet about certain things. And then like for me, I eventually went to my dad's where should I go dead? And then he was even hesitant on telling me, you know, where I should go. Like he was fearful almost making that decision for me. Even though I was pleading for him to give it and Chris never I heard that story. So go, right. And then, you know, and then it got down to it. And it's like, I really I want to I want her to come to Michigan. I want her to go to Michigan. I'm just like holding back from Saint golden as you got to go to basic, it, you know, and. And finally, she. She chose Michigan. But just that dynamic clot. If you could talk about our dad could talk about it. It's it's excruciating. Almost they're down to the down to the end. And you're just trying to keep your powder dry and not like not tell them where to go. And then if they go somewhere, then they're not successful. There doesn't work out. Then they can blame you. It's just so much. It's so complicated. Why we if I am I the only one, I know I'm not first of all the segments should be called lucky sports, dad's, right? Yeah. Right. Right. Lucky lucky lucky? But but no, I mean, you have to realize I got a master's degree at Stanford..

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"claude johnson" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"claude johnson" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"The Harbaugh's podcast IRA whinge appear back inside sham. Boeckler hall. Coach Jim Harbaugh's here. Jacquard boss here. Matt Dudek is here MacKenzie is back. Stateside as well. Great to have fact from the world who the entire crew back last week. I was at Jack's house watching little Jack's leading down the hill during the during the snowstorm, and you guys are out on the road and all kinds of stuff going on. And now it's great back here inside the inside the office on the day after the Super Bowl. We're gonna talk about in a moment. But I do want to mention we got a tweet from Dave Louis who tweeted in about a week ago said I think Claud was the best guest in the history of the podcasts as a young dead. He's the type of father I aspired to be. Wow. And that is the opening of our lucky sports dad's lucky sports parents series. I definitely got her off on a strong strong with the first one with Claude Johnson and a great reception that that's just one example of a lot of feedback that we got on the podcast last week. So. Same way. Then we got a good off. This is great gather enough information. I mean just kept coming at you from all angles. I'm you would what I just saw caught. He was he was just on. Like ESPN or one of the one of the major networks, and they were they were talking about. He was given his ex owes about Jackie Robinson. He was he was hundred birthday just. Yeah. So he was Jackie Robinson's hundred birthday, and they were talking to Claude about how good of a basketball player. Now. Jackie Robinson was and ball. Ball and football. I think maybe Kareem Abdul Jabbar was talking about his football club was like the basketball expert of what kind of what kind of game that Jackie Robinson had in basketball. When he they ran the single wing at UCLA at the time, and he was tailback, and I might have been an all American. I mean, he announced standing football player those great segment with Claude. We look forward to continuing of our lucky sports parents segments that's going to return next week with Ben hall, the father of Zach Chardonnay. So looking forward to that coming up next week here on the podcast sauna another tweet when I was surfing through Twitter last night and a little bit before kickoff of the Super Bowl. I saw a tweet of Jim and little Jack Harbaugh at the Super Bowl. And then we saw little Jackie in the office. How many days now in a row judge Jim is has your somewhere? His Tom Brady jersey John three or four days in a row now. Yeah. It's not nice at least three Monday Sunday. Saturday Friday chart started wearing Friday and he slept at every single night. And we had a great time. We were throwing the we're playing catch out in the parking lot before we went to the game. And. We he's up on me. And that that game dad, you're not gonna win. I'm gonna tell I try my hardest to beat him. In in this game. And he's up on me right now like twenty nine wins to twenty to win. He's got an interesting way of counting to I got him play fair to I'm not let him cheat either. Well, he I have I saw that same picture IRA of last night. Jim. Where they call it texted. You texted texted that new thing they do. But there must have been about eight pictures that Jim sanest, and my my my comment was these are the two happiest kids I have ever seen in my entire life, Jack and dad his dad my son. Jim what to happy guys they were. Well, he he loves he loves he loves football. Jack loves football. Tom Brady is his hero. And but little Jack. He's he's my goat. I I had. I had great time. Tell a story about the punter. Yeah. Oh, it's a great story. I mean, we we've got there real early where there early and he's he's clued to the field. He's watching everybody come out. I mean, he's cheering and he's doing everything. So the first players out there in their pads are warming up where the with specialist so kick..

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"claude johnson" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"claude johnson" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"That's and that kind of that was the end. I mean that was Michigan. That was yes that was yet filling everything else had been eliminated. That was my mind made up until I went over to lie to go. Hang up the phone. Fascinating about that. Right. There is is the just took something away from that. Which is you have to have a tremendous dad to be able to say to him. I want to win the Heisman and for for your debt to actually not not even question that. Just act like that like, oh, okay. You want to go to the store and get some milk. All right. Let's do that you want to go. Get the Heisman. Okay. Let's do that. Here's what here's what's necessary to do that. Right. And you know, that that's a special gift with kids in feel like, you know, by the way, I I wanted. I wanna tell you that Cornelius said I want to win a national championship. So let's go. We've charted direction. We're moving toward common goals. Go. Go clues go blue. And that is a perfect way to end it Claude. Appreciate the conversation. Fascinating stuff with Claude Johnson here on the podcast. And we'll catch up with you. When you see you need Arbor. Okay. Beautiful. Thank you guys. Thanks. Thank you coming up next. Jack, talk here and attack each day. The Harbaugh's podcast. This is Jack talk. I wanna listen I want to be better. I want to be the best. I can be welcome to our team. Jack talk as you get older you get to be seventy eight years old. Here's what I find here grows in places that it hadn't been before. Welcome to hashtag. Jack talk now time for everybody's favorite segment of the week, hashtag, Jack talk here on attack each day, the Harbaugh's podcast, and Jack one of the themes that we've talked a lot about in more generic terms. The concept of the parent looking in the rear view mirror when their kids are staying behind it school, and they're leaving them for the first time or maybe the kid that's in the river. Amir being left for the first time. But we've never actually talked about your experience both as the student. But also you go to three times as a parent. So let's go back when you went to bowling green for the first time that time that you eligible for the first time that you were you probably left home. You know, what I when you say that I hadn't really thought about this. But when when I went to in the first grade at Saint Jo's of elementary school Catholic school we didn't have kindergarten. We didn't have preschool when you have all that we firm. Grade. I mean, you went to school, and it was an awesome experience. I remember, it's I really thing. I can remember in growing up going into that school. My mom was with me. She was holy my hand. And I went into that classroom. And I mean ear all these kids, and you know, you've been around kid, but this school and there's desk, and there was a non and she was dressed in a habit. And when she had an awesome, and she had a ruler a right by the desk. Let me know what my experience was going to be like, but I walked in. And I used broke out crying broke out crying. And my mother had talked me down might have had to stay there for fifteen or twenty minutes until I got composed. But that was my first day, and we're it's in the same town, but it was going to school. I mean, it was a total new experience and then flash forward to graduating from high school and and getting a full scholarship to bowling green state university. No one in my family had ever go on to school very few people in our tone at ever gonna. School that I can remember it wasn't any window trail blaze. Why win I did this and I did this. And this is what you can experience and being recruited and that was fine..

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"claude johnson" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"claude johnson" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"So we wanted to bring the podcast back to its roots a little bit in the end, the podcasts exist because of the father son relationship between Jack and Jim Harbaugh, and it's really more than that. It's a family podcast for from Jackie. And you've heard from Joni and Tom Kriens been in the podcast, obviously, John is called in to the podcast as well. Well, we want to introduce you to the newest members of the Michigan football family. That's the class at twenty nine thousand nine through the eyes of their family through their parents today, we start off with Claude Johnson father of incoming wide receiver. Cornelius johnson. I doing Jack Harbaugh. Hey, coach. Oh, you doing great. Thank you. Jim, jim. How are you doing great? How are you guys? Really good. Good. How's cornelius? He's wonderful. He's asleep. Right now. We were we were watching those games. Today's pretty amazing. Sure was. Heck of a day of football kind of a fun time in it. What you get a chance to watch the game with with your family and get a chance to talk through love commercials because then you can interact. Yeah. You know for for years, we we've been we've had this habit of muting commercials. Like from since the since the kids were little at a great idea. Really? Because I always thought some of that time you have with your with your sons and daughters gives you the opportunity just to communicate talk yet. Because because what happens is you're sitting there and all this stuff is going on all this noise in the background. We've always had this concept of stillness like sometimes you just gotta be still for second. And that's when that's when the real ideas happened and real connection happens. It's a great concept, the concept of sitting still and just putting your electron IX downloading the television, and you know, sitting in a room and Chattan, and you have three boys and you're able to do that. That's actually a pretty impressive thing. Well, it's this as we started it when we were little their little kids, you know, like just mute the TV and honest. That's when you can take a break from being kind of like captivated kind of like a hostage of the TV already. So might as well just stop for a second. And then you can think about something else. So it just do something else or just ask questions or talk or whatever take a break. Yeah. So that's been that's been. That's been good one thing that I've had a difficult time in the first person would tell you that it's my wife Jackie that it's hard for me to be quiet to listen to be silent. But one thing that with grandchildren now getting a second crack at it. Silence is not a bad thing. Just listen. And sometimes you hear nothing and just listening. Eventually, you're going to draw some conversation from your grandchildren or from your children, and I'm seventy nine years old, and I'm working on it. I'm quite not quite there yet. But I am working on it to mazy ways. Early seventy nine years young. Oh, thank you. Words never it. Because you got three three three boys and are really doing well in school and in on the athletic fields. Tell us about your tells about all three. Well, yeah. Thank you. I'll start start with the youngest. Carnegie is his name. And he's an he's an eighth grader who's we're just in the process of applying for secondary school for him. So so he'll probably you may be going to boarding school or some other school. And the reason we're doing that is because he's really good at basketball and upwardly are maybe it's not as competitive. So, you know, I've always just decided like, hey, you know, what we're ever we have to take him. That's what we'll go. So from from real early on started taking him to AAU basketball team down in Harlem. You know, it's just a commitment. And that's what we've done. So he's really good kid. He's a really good communicator. He's he's got this IQ kind of like a communication, and maybe like emotional intelligence, I q that's really high. So you know, I actually learned a lot from him. You think it's supposed to be the other way around. But I really appreciate that. And then there's this cash is he's the oldest. He's a he's a cornerback at the university of San Diego thrill where you guys have connections. Yes. Both both Mr. Petar by coach Auerbach..

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"claude johnson" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"claude johnson" Discussed on Attack Each Day: The Harbaughs' Podcast

"If I were a coach I'd be very careful about using up a challenge early in the game knowing that I want one I want one in the last four minutes, two minutes, five minutes. Whatever it is. I want one then because it could make a difference in the game you'd be a little less anxious to. A us one of those challenges up really empathize with Sean Payton. I mean that was totally miss call that I mean really gives it gives the saints that interference call the saints would have won that game. I mean, all I would have to do is just run the clock down to four seconds kick. The kick the game winning field goal from about the ten yard line of. So and it it was so made me feel the we had we had an championship game. San Francisco in the New York Giants where giants had the ball. Just under two minutes to go in the game. And they swing the ball out to the little flare out to the running back. He catches it. Navarro Boma comes up thuds them up and then strips the ball from him and recovers the ball. We would head the ball. The about the eighteen yard line with under two minutes to go with a game being tied. Couldn't kick that field. Goal and and won the game. And they they called forward progress had been stopped. It was just I mean, the the worst call same kind of thing. Like, how do you? How do you make that call an obvious call? And it's not reviewable just whistle. And you know, you don't get it. And then the giants ended up putting and and I believe ball went off of Kyle Williams muffed muff that pot. Another just that kind of stuff when that when it comes down to a call at the end of the game that that we're, you know, we're going to the Super Bowl if if they if they just make the right call, you know, so feel for Sean Payton, and that situation coming up next we want to try something new here, we want to introduce you to the parents of the members of Michigan's class at twenty nineteen to start us off to Claude Johnson, quite a guy. Interesting story to tell you. So we're going to introduce you to Claude Johnson father of Cornelius Johnson coming up next here on a tacky each day, the Harbaugh's podcast, sixty seconds. That's exactly how long this commercial less..

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