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"colin young" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

03:06 min | 2 months ago

"colin young" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

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"colin young" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

05:22 min | 2 months ago

"colin young" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"People that won't stand by the word this degrade jesse colin young and his new album is titled highway troubadour jesse colin young dot com. Colin has one element. Who's this force are. Would you like to listen to this music. Whoever it's a very I remember when i got into recording. Again it's been a while. I've been in a lot of bands and i had wonderful band Three or four years ago with my son tristan with all these young people from berklee college of music. And when i started recording this i thought wow this is really naked. It's just one guitar. One guy singing and I dunno it coming back to it after so many years. has been in as been an adventure for me and there's music there from all and there's a song there from my very first album You know that was five years before the young leads all the way through young bloods through the dreamers album that i made would those young Young musicians three years ago to it starts off with song county. And i wrote for our Podcast tripping on my roots theme song from tripping on average jesse gladden and things there for people and it's a straight from the heart like that. Each jesse colin young of course will be known to those who are listening to music in the nineteen sixties and seventies and cents but artists timeless and Giving and listen to this it'd be a pretty good thing. Jesse colin young dot com. The album is highway troubadour becomes available. Saturday you've got other online stuff to you two zero podcasts or doing a an online presentation of this somehow yes. We're doing an online This week there's to live streaming shows. One is on thursday at seven pm. And what is on saturday at five. Pm eastern time These are songs from highway. The door It's it's a no cap show but the The ways to get buy tickets to. It's only fifteen dollars. is through my my website. Jesse common young dot com if you hit tour Then the link comes up. We recorded it here in this little town. We live in south carolina in a Little theater that's been empty. You know there's been dark since march and we get it without an audience. I really just sang to it and that was empty seats. I put all people who've been to concerts My favorite fans all over the years. And it's a good show. I'm sure people will enjoy it. Jesse colin young dot com of the album is highway troubadour. Last couple of moments again get together for so. Many people is is is an anthem of an age in an attitude Those hundreds of thousands who stood before you When you were singing that back in the day where what became of those people. What did it again i say. Generational sounds disrespectful. But what did those people grow up to do and be in your observation sir. I mean my generation. They grew up. Some of them grew up. Being the government others became organic farmers. Like.

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"colin young" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

04:19 min | 2 months ago

"colin young" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"Sky to the uh the song the spirit of of a generation Way back in the day before this were born there. Was this whole hippie thing which we study from a distance and try to grasp feel the spirit and dula largely through the music. That song there Get together with from the young bloods and heart and soul. Young bloods was significantly. Joan by the name of jesse colin young. Who joins us now sir. Welcome to the broadcast. It's honor to to visit with you again. I what brings us to this conversation day. Friends is that mr You're a new album out. Called highway troubadour drops on saturday details about that and other things are jesse. Colin young dot com. Let me ask you this. I sir about the longevity of your career. you've been going at it for a brief break but for for fifty years. Why are you still a performing place. I don't know. I just be like Actually i went through a long period. Almost ten years line disease which kind of punched hole in my Touring recording and Just last year. I was able to come up lime free with a special treatment one of my doctors and all of a sudden. Got all this I've got all this energy and For this record it actually started back when when the lockdown We were getting ready to go to south by south west. That's in the middle of march and all a sudden it was cancelled and the next day we were told. Stay at home. So my wife county. And i we're looking at each other like okay. I guess we're not going out to dinner What are we gonna do. And she said look. Just go get your guitar. You play sugar babe. I'll get my phone out And we'll record it and we'll stick it up on facebook and on our youtube channel and we'll just cheer people up so the response was so Those strong that we just decided keep doing it and that became our full-time job for april and may and by the team by the time may rolled around My manager said wow. You're getting really good numbers on this. Maybe people wanna hear solo record from you. So i went in made one and I went through the doors. That's it just meet dr and sing in which is really how i started out at years ago as a folk singer jesse colin young He was with the young bloods back in the day. jesse colin young dot com. It's his website and again. The album is highway. A troubadour manage hope the worst not offensive but back in the days of the hippies you were singing to thousands and tens of thousands of people who are feeling a spirit and It was a whole cultural thing. But but you guys were professionals and businessmen. You're out there making a living and that kind of led to a situation a famous story. Where were you you. You walked up the Johnny carson show is that right. That's true we had an agreement with carson I think they called us When someone cancel on and of course we're in california there in new york and We made an agreement over the phone. I mean we were supposed to come the next day We had just put out elephant mountain. Which young album. And they said well we love you to play get together and we said well. We just released that. We'd like to play a song called sunlight from elephant island and then we'll play get together. Okay that's the agreement we came to the carson. Show the sound check and at the end that they said we don't have time for sun like just play get together.

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"colin young" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

Bob Lonsberry

04:20 min | 2 months ago

"colin young" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry

"There is the nature of it was it was hard to define a finish line. We are killing bad guys over there. Why so the bad guys. Don't come over here and try to kill our families right. The bad guys wanted to kill american civilians in our country we were able to change the venue of the war with terror so that it was our military killing them over there in their country which is preferable again to them killing our civilians over here in in our country. So what's the finish line on that. I don't know and if you're going to run out the door What's going to happen after you leave. And will that be acceptable to you. I think some of those ladder questions. I don't know if if they've necessarily been answered by president trump they certainly haven't been answered a publicly but that's the story that we'll be back with you in just a moment on newsradio clam welcome back my friend. Welcome back the numbers to two to eleven eighty. Eight hundred two nine five seventy. That's the van board. Will chevy of phone and text line have any thoughts on whether or not we should blow up. Iran used to be a cool song back in the day. Bam bam bam bam ransom but that was a long long time ago and we didn't Do what the israelis did but The bringing home of our troops. Here's what i would politely say to my Dear president brother trump Who i voted for and supported these four years. You've got to do things the right way and the notion of disengaging from these endless wars and bringing america's troops home is certainly worthy of consideration. And and probably is the right thing but me be done the right way and it's like any other job when you've got a big task you focus on it and do it and i just get that after three and a half years You start cramming things. In the last two months i think that the potential to kind of Screw things up Gets kind of high and that is not so good. There's new study out of england. I'm going to pronounce the name of a chemical which i know you will find arousing Cdo pirate idiom chloride cdl. Pirate indian chloride It is a chemical can be put in mouthwash and study in. England shows that in in in vitro which means glass not in the human body. But in like a glass. If you take over the counter mouthwash which contains Point zero seven percent of cdl caribbean pirate indium chloride a not uncommon mouthwash ingredient It will Reduce significantly the amount of covid In saliva. now what is what does this mean. They don't know it's too early to find out But it may mean that if you know when they do the next step which is high would you Mao gargle or mouthwash. Whatever you do with this stuff here and then they track you. See how cova dozen your spit and see if it gets rid a covert in your spit and then i suspect they'll probably want to ascertain whether or not getting rid of covert in your spit Plays any role in either your tendency to be ill or your tendency to transmit the virus to other people right If you know you're spit does help other people get covert and it can chew And then reducing cove in your spit could be a good thing. So what could this mean if that works out it could mean that. Want rich in your mouth. Out with a mouthwash with this chemical in it Could become like washing your hands and wearing your masks and using social distance one of the kind of responsible things we do t for passing the buck around. It is time for news after that. We're going to bring you a man who's music. There's a good chance you've listened to all your life. Find out what he's doing now. That's after todd.

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Using Meditation to Overcome Toxic Thoughts Featuring Amelia Adrien

Essential Oil Solutions with doTERRA

07:08 min | 3 months ago

Using Meditation to Overcome Toxic Thoughts Featuring Amelia Adrien

"Amelia's thank you so much for being here to talk with us today. So welcome I'm really happy to be here. So this is a topic that I think can be intimidating for some people. So how can I approach meditation as a beginner? Yeah. I agree I think it can. It can feel like it's something that is other people who that other people don't well, and maybe we can fill that. We don't do it so well but really the the the best thing to now is you can't really get it right? You can't really get it wrong. If you would just to take one long in hand. Exhale with me right now focusing attention on that `grats. comes. Into your nostrils. and. Out. Again. In that moment in that one breath, you'll meditating you reset your body. Your brain your nervous system. Some meditation. Media simply focusing your mind on one thing, and you can meditate when anything can be positive or negative. I was looking at the definition of meditation on it's shown to be the act of giving your attention to one thing. And we associate with being common relaxed actually you can meditate on absolutely anything it could be that you meditate on your brass. It could be that you have more of an active meditation and you meditate on nature as you're going for a walk, it could be quite meditate on the beauty of a flower. So it's a thought or a study on one object. And really one of the simplest things you can do as a beginner. The simplest types of meditation that you can do is accommodating meditation and this is really what you just watch the grass just like we did right at the beginning. So you become aware of the sensation of the breath is it comes into in through the nostrils. And then down into the belly on the inhale. And then on the ex how the breath travels up and out through the nostrils. and. You just watch the breath. The sensation of the breath is it comes into the body and then as it comes out to the body and you can do this for three breaths, you could do it for three minutes. You could do it for ten minutes. You can do it for sixty minutes. It's really just you know it's really a how long is a piece of string but what I suggest people who just starting out Is that you create a little habit of meditation practice. So you make maybe a little promised yourself. You're going to do it for seven days say and see how that goes. That goes. Okay. Then maybe up to eleven days then maybe up to twenty one days and you just see how you go rather than say I can now be a meditative for the rest of my life you set yourself something that's achievable. Something that feels that you can do right. At, the way to really make it part of like a routine I find is to do at the same time every day. So then when that time of day comes around you like offices, my meditation time, and so then you kind of it almost becomes automatic. So for me, the best time for me to do it is in the morning. So it's literally get up go to the unsettled meditation cushion and stop. Don't turn on your phone tummy not definitely don't go downstairs on leading the dishwasher. You know the the world will start to come at you with many many different things to do will tell you a more important than than taking time with yourself than just taking time with your own with your own being. Prioritized baton for me the way that that works if I just fussing the morning. Now I know if if you've got little kids that can be really hard to the kids will get out probably before you now be asking and demanding for your attention. So if that's the case, then you just located in a different part of your day but choosing a time so that when that time comes around, you're like, okay, that's your trigger. So then it becomes more habitual. and. I love how simple and how really customizable you make that I think that's beautiful because I think in my mind meditation has be this very strict long. Thing that I'm. Doing. But I think it really is what fits your life and I think that's a beautiful sentiment. Yes a show. So, what are the benefits that I can gain from meditation sesame we it gives me a great understanding of who I am. It helps me understand who I am away from the different roles that I play in my life mother daughter wife friend business not helps me move away from all of these other roles and it helps me connect to that true quieter nature actually within within me. There's a quote that I really love from. Colin Young, which says the welcome ask you who you are and if you don't know the wealth will tell you. So in this way, what I love about meditation is that it's not something spaced out. It's not something dreamy. It's something very centralizing and very clarifying in in in identifying locating. Understanding more about who you really are. You're able to own your position in the world. You're able to take in an empowered way your position in the world and feels really that feels really positive and not doesn't come with your fast meditation oil second or your said even your fifty, it's something that's may be cumulative. So you might experience that end the first few times on. That's wonderful but it's something that you become familiar with like Oh. Yeah. I remember this is the calm of of me. This is who I really can be. This numerous scientific studies on the benefits of meditation and these all have great value. But I've kind of had a look there seem to be five main benefits that we can get from meditation. The first one is it calms UNAC- stabilizes us so. One of the main benefits that it can bring us is this sense of stability and calm. It can help center US stablest into this present moment rather than projecting into the future or ruminating over the past set keeps US keeps US present moment away, which then helps to common stabilize us. That's kind of a one of the fundamental benefits really of meditation. So. The second thing is it improves focus. The practice is helping us focus our attention on one thing. So we can then translate that three to many different aspects of our lives. That that thing that it seems to do is increase resilience to stress. So it's shown that meditation lessons, the inflammatory responses to those who are exposed to psychological stress. What it actually has been shown to doing studies is the dump activity in the Magdala and increases connections between the Magdala on the prefrontal CORTEX CORTEX. So both of those parts of the brain help us to be less reactive to stresses and significantly I think they help us to recover back from stress experience. It stresses pot of life. It's not something that we can eradicate or eliminate. But we can do is train on south through meditation to recover quicker from it. This becomes baseline. This becomes more who we are. Throughout the day. In in particular moments after meditation.

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"colin young" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

02:41 min | 5 months ago

"colin young" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

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"colin young" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:40 min | 5 months ago

"colin young" Discussed on Pantheon

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"colin young" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:59 min | 5 months ago

"colin young" Discussed on Pantheon

"Thank you Jesse for the time to talk shop and yes. I just had to play Robert Plant's version of your song darkness, Darkness for our diggers. Make. Sure you all check out Jesse's new show tripping on my roots from our Pantheon podcast network, and of course, go listen to all the music Jesse has put out over the decades. Yes. Jesse is an official digger just like you. So. It's really awesome to have him a part of the network and I just think he is a voice that is really made for a moment like our times a comfort in the dark a steady sound that points a positive way in a world of fog and it's done quietly confidently. But he's just telling stories. In the hope that the point gets made. I'm not surprised at hearing get together is once again getting airplay. Happen to have the TV turned on to CNN on the fourth of July when Jesse and more friends of the show little kids rock joined together to give an updated version. Including a The understatement of the year just might be. Twenty twenty sucks. We may be divided country right now but somehow I have a feeling weekend all agree on that. Pandemic five million cases in over a one hundred and seventy thousand Americans dead from the disease. More than were killed in World War One. But. As if that's not enough of an economic disaster that is just now beginning to take effect civil strife caused by militarizing are peace officers fires in California a windstorm in Iowa and hurricane season now in swing. Obvious incompetence from our gover- meant and social media that may be doing far more harm than good. The list goes on I didn't even mention the murder Hornets. The list just goes on somebody told me today there may be an asteroid. It's GonNa. Hit before the election. Came we stop already? Really? I mean, if there were ever a time, we needed to put away our differences and realize we are far more like the not it is. Now we must be united because as the Great Abraham Lincoln said, house divided cannot stand. Until, we realize that the point of being an American. Is An ideal to live up to. and not a set of criteria you have to possess. Things will continue to get worse. So come on people. Smile on your brother everybody try to love one another right now. Because if not now, then win. Okay. That's it for this week. Stepping off the soapbox. Next episode I will have author Ken mcnabb direct from Scotland discussing his very intriguing book, and in the end the last days of the Beatles a lifelong Beatles fan and a respected journalist with the evening times can take a month by month approach through nineteen, sixty nine as the fab four. Slowly fall apart due to creative differences, financial disputes and just growing apart is people. It is a detailed look at those trying times when the center just could not hold the boys together anymore. Make. Sure you come on back and. Dig. Until then. Get together. And keep up the Rockin.

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"colin young" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:59 min | 5 months ago

"colin young" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Thank you Jesse for the time to talk shop and yes. I just had to play Robert Plant's version of your Song Darkness Darkness for our. Diggers. Make sure you all check out Jesse's new show tripping on my roots from our Pantheon podcast network, and of course, go listen to all the music Jesse has put out over the decades. Yes. Jesse is an official digger just like you. So. It's really awesome to have him a part of the network and I just think he is a voice that is really made for a moment like our times a comfort in the dark a steady sound that points a positive way in a world of fog and it's done quietly confidently. But he's just telling stories. In the hope that the point gets made. I'm not surprised at hearing get together is once again getting airplay. Happen to have the TV turned on to CNN on the fourth of July when Jesse and more friends of the show little kids rock joined together to give an updated version. INCLUDING RAP The understatement of the year just might be. Twenty twenty sucks. We may be divided country right now but somehow I have a feeling weekend all agree on that. Pandemic. Five million cases in over a one hundred and seventy thousand Americans dead from the disease. More than were killed in World War One. But as if that's not enough of an economic disaster that is just now beginning to take effect civil strife caused by militarizing are peace officers, fires in California, a windstorm in Iowa and hurricane season now in swing. Obvious incompetence from our gover- meant and social media that may be doing far more harm than good. The list goes on I didn't even mention the murder Hornets. The list just goes on somebody told me today there may be an asteroid. It's GonNa hit before the election. came. We stop already. Really. I mean, if there were ever a time, we needed to put away our differences and realize we are far more like the not it is. Now we must be united because as the Great Abraham Lincoln said, house divided cannot stand. Until we realize that the point of being an. American. Is An ideal to live up to. and not a set of criteria you have to possess. Things will continue to get worse. So come on people smile on your brother everybody try to love one another right now. Because if not now, then win. Okay. That's it for this week. Stepping off the soapbox. Next episode I will have author Ken mcnabb direct from Scotland discussing his very intriguing book, and in the end the last days of the Beatles, a lifelong Beatles fan and a respected journalist with the evening times Ken takes a month by month approach through nineteen, sixty nine as the fab four. Slowly fall apart due to creative differences, financial disputes and just growing apart is people. It is a detailed look at those trying times when the center just could not hold the boys together anymore. Make. Sure you come on back and. Dig. Until then. Get, together And keep up the Rockin.

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"colin young" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

06:38 min | 5 months ago

"colin young" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Wow, thank you just outs really nice. And Good Song for the Times yes and dreamers is. Phobos. Yeah. That's the album that was released last year two, thousand, eighteen. To. Two political. Now, I don't know about now. I mean. For my sister's is another. Political Song on that album you know let's face it We are as a nation going through something some some change something huge compartments, next and You know battle lines are drawn a and You know hopefully, it doesn't spill over to blood any more than what we've seen and you know I just. I just don't understand why we can't seem to find the time to have a conversation, a national come recession and and here everybody I think there's a certain level of paranoia on on some that you know a way of life is changing or leaving or Being extinct and I I don't think that's necessarily the case. I. Think a lot of people believe that but you know, I mean all we is anybody lives in this plane of existence can do is move forward it you can't ever go back. All you can do is move forward and You know those of us that take our cues from our. It's like yourself and learn about the world about people about universal truths You know need that grist or that nourishment to help us further the conversation so you just keep doing. What you've been doing my friend, it's it's really really really special. So you know besides the podcast in the new album what what's next for Jesse Colin Young. I'm just finishing. When we started. Did we talk about the first day of do? Yeah lockdown. Yeah. Yeah, and you're working on an acoustic. Album. And the acoustic album right yeah. And that has been the last month. and. Rediscovering. Playing Solo Has Been at it a real adventure for me. And Was the last time. You did a solo really. Has it been since the first two albums? As a complete show yet. Half a century. That's crazy. You know I've been in one band or another I would go and play in song. So at different shows. Benefits for bread and roses if you will be in the bay area. Yeah, and things like that. But not. Yeah. So I kinda played one by mistake. At the mansion's. I thought they wanted you know like. A few songs in them, a Q. and A. A. Then turned to dob they wanted denier and a half. Sh. I haven't done it. How am I going to pull this out of my? Yes. So Luckily I had a couple of weeks to work on. It and. Said I. Don't know how it's GonNa go only thirteen songs on. Well. I'm in it went to almost two hours I mean I just started telling them stories as I would about the songs. and. Yeah I mean. The hour and a half one. Real Clarisa letter. Yeah. So and that really Was a pile opener for me and I said. Wow, I can do this. How wonderful how it frees me up because it's so It's expensive. To travel. With a big band was such a marvelous experience but. I'm not sure we ever made any money I mean it just came run. Wonderful limit and playing with the young people in the in that in the dreamers band. was just a dream and they are the ones. Who are playing on the track, the new track of get together that Steve Miller and I put together. That stat Berkeley Band. Playing everything except my guitar Steve's guitar in our voices and the girls actually are singing with us the sang in the. Band beautiful harmony singers him. Was that the last thing you guys did before lockdown. Ye. Yes. Yes and it's funny we decided. We looked for a charity and I think are a publicist Michael, Jensen led us to. Why Hunger? Should been started in the eighties by. Harry Shaven. and has been at it now for. Thirty five or. However many years mostly in the United States, but also they do things. Put People in food together and try to. And they have a hotline. If you know, they tell you where the nearest food is hungry. You're in the street and they tell you where the nearest. Food. It's. So, every. All the revenues from this together with Steve Miller..

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"colin young" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

06:38 min | 5 months ago

"colin young" Discussed on Pantheon

"Wow thank you just outs really nice. And Good Song for the Times. Yes, and dreamers is. Phobos. Yeah that's the album that was released last year two, thousand eighteen. To. Two political. Now I don't know about now. I mean. For my sister's is another. Political Song on that album You know let's face it We are as a nation going through something some some change something huge compartments, next and You know battle lines are drawn a and You know hopefully, it doesn't spill over to blood any more than what we've seen and you know I just. I just don't understand why we can't seem to find the time to have a conversation, a national conversation and and here everybody I think there's a certain level of paranoia on on some that you know a way of life is changing or leaving or. Being, extinct and I. I don't think that's necessarily the case I think a lot of people believe that but you know I mean all we is anybody lives in this plane of existence can do is move forward. You can't ever go back. All you can do is move forward and You know those of us that take our cues from our. It's like yourself and learn about the world about people about universal truths you know need that grist or that nourishment to help us further the conversation so you just keep doing. What you've been doing my friend, it's it's really really really special. So you know besides the podcast in the new album what what's next for Jesse Colin Young? I'm just finishing. With started. Did we talk about the first day of do? Yeah lockdown. Yeah. Yeah and you're working on an acoustic album. Yeah. The ACOUSTIC ALBUM, right? Yeah. And that has been the last month. And? Rediscovering. Playing. Solo. Has Been at it a real adventure for me and and what was the last time you did a solo really. Has it been since the first two albums. Yes. As a a complete show yet. Half, a century. That's crazy. You know I've been in one band or another I would go and play in song. So at different shows. Benefits for bread and roses if you will be in the bay area. Yeah, and things like that. But not. Yeah So I kinda played one by mistake. At the mansion's. I thought they wanted you know like. A few songs in them, a Q. and A. A. Turned to they wanted to and a half. I haven't done it. How am I going to pull this out of my? Yes. So Luckily I had a couple of weeks to work on it and. Said I. Don't know how it's GonNa go only thirteen songs on. Well. I'm in it went to almost two hours i. mean I just started telling them stories as I would about the songs. and. Yeah I mean. The aren't half one. Real Clarisa letter. Yeah. So and that really Was a pile opener for me and I said. Wow I can do this. How wonderful how it frees me up because it's so It's expensive. To. Travel. With a big band was such a marvelous experience but. I'm not sure we ever made any money. I. Mean. It just came run. As wonderful limit and playing with the young people in the in the in the dreamers band. was just a dream and they are the ones. Who are playing on the track, the new track of get together that Steve Miller and I put together. That stat Berkeley, band. Playing everything except my guitar Steve's guitar in our voices and the girls actually are singing with us the sang in the. Band beautiful harmony singers him. Was that the last thing you guys did before lockdown. Ye Yes Yes and it's funny. We decided. We looked for a charity and I think our publicist, Michael, Jensen, led us to. Why Hunger? Should been started in the eighties by Harry Shaven. and has been added now for. Thirty, five or However many years mostly in the United States but also they do things overseas. Put People in food together and try to. And they have a hotline. If you know, they tell you where the nearest food is. If you're hungry, you're in the street and they tell you with the nearest. It's So, every. All the revenues from this together with Steve Miller..

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"colin young" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:27 min | 5 months ago

"colin young" Discussed on Pantheon

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"colin young" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

08:15 min | 5 months ago

"colin young" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"In. The basket house we could eat. Anything more was gravy. So I. There I was playing all day practicing for these. Coffeehouse gigs. Pretty. Skinny money but It worked and And I, made it. My album came out. and. You know I started being you're on your way had. Yeah, I signed William Morris. Started playing. David. Geffen was. One of my agents. Oh when he was with William Morris Ryan Grim Yeah before him in La Robinson took off and started their own thing. Wow that's very early on barrier early for him. So that's kind of cool. So S as we've discussed, you know you start off as a solo player and good good on you. Bring it back here in two thousand twenty. So why did the young bloods come about the creation of band? I to be. Or? Jerry He was part of the Cambridge Folk. Scene. And really the Boston Cambridge folk scene was much bigger than New York vote seen. It probably thirty clubs up there. You know besides the best houses which Were really. You know actual clubs that pay musicians. There were only three or four in the village. But thirty in Boston. So I was up there a lot and I met Corbett, I guess. At an I must have met him at the forty seven. Maybe, he came into here me or. But. I used to stay with a fellow named Ed Freeman. When I was up there because we had the same manager. In. Those days. You couldn't have didn't pay enough to stay in a hotel. And I'm at a soundcheck and somebody hands me a note it's from. Corbett. It says don't go home to Ed. Freeman says. Come. To. My. House. So I did that turns out to police word at Freeman House. Oh she a Boston probably drugs. He sold sold. Probably, that evil marijuana yeah. Able leads. So. I stayed there that night and Gordon night became. Fast friends and we started he had this little porch on the back of his and we started playing on the porch. and. Has An. Incredible. Ability to hear harmonies and sing them. and. And our voices sometimes when I listened to the mob a son like one. Like to like blood harmony like maybe the like Everley type of thing very much so. Very much. So yeah, nobody has ever. Sung that. That way with me he was supposed to come here. And we were supposed to retire here in South Carolina sit on the porch and play but he. He didn't make it. Of all the drugs he wrestled with got cleaned from that which cigarettes were not wanting to. Kill him so. I'm. Connie was. Yelling at him this morning saying Bama Jerry we are. You being here and we miss you. Yeah I. BET, you. Those relationships that You know as you said you know you you never found anybody that blends voices a in your. Or talking almost a sixty year career here at sprinting credible that you. You couldn't find somebody that could you know maybe not exceeded might be able to get close to it and I can tell that that was You know one of those special once in a lifetime thing. I should I remember? Neil young say enemy. It had a place in Hawaii when we were living there. And he said. Boy I. WanNa hear you in sing together again. You. At this point, I was having so much trouble with lime disease that terrified fly. He said, you guys just come to my studio will make a record but. I never. took him up. 'CAUSE I. Deep in the throes of that. Awful disease that's just making me. Crazy. Yeah well, you know you gotTa Take Care of your health I before anything. So when those get in the way you know everything else. Gets pushed to the side so. So you guys create the ban You end up being the house band, Cafe Gogo that must have been pretty cool. I got for muddy waters component. Doesn't kidding any better than that That's crazy. I can't even imagine standing in his presence much Liz opening for the guy. You know that's that's a pillar, an actual hiller for James, cotton within a band that time L. Canes and I became friends. We played. Some When he was playing solo in his band we. But. That was the first place I ever heard him was playing with muddy. Banned it was Sam lay playing drums. Well and all the songs from, of course, the best of muddy waters which I had. A you know might have been the. Fourth Record. Blues Record I ever bought. Were deeply ingrained in my. Psyche and. Still are still to this day hell. Yeah Hell. Yeah Yeah. I out of the band comes an anthem that we're all familiar with even even today it has relevance maybe especially today in fact, I just serendipitous got to hear you sing along with some members of the Little Kids Rock Organization as part of CNN's fourth of July celebration but I didn't understand this. The song didn't immediately become a hit I. I think it wasn't until it was included in a public service commercial for Christians and Jews that. TURNS INTO A it I it comes out in nineteen sixty seven right and it is a hit in San. Francisco. And on the North Coast I think Portland Seattle and that's yeah. So a regional it yet and it makes sense it fits very well with the summer of law I. Mean that nights we flew into the summer blog it was June fifteenth replaying the adult for the first time. A and we know nothing about the San Francisco scene. A Walk in and I. AM This cheap hotel or stain had his little for my thing with the radio in turn the radio on and get together. was at the first time you heard it on the radio. Yes. Oh, wow I mean we walked down the street to the limbaugh room full the people with the more hair in Dolton whatever avid is just crazy and.

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"colin young" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

08:15 min | 5 months ago

"colin young" Discussed on Pantheon

"In the basket house, we could eat. Anything more was gravy. So I There I was playing all day practicing for these. Coffeehouse, gigs. Pretty skinny money but It worked and And I made it. My album came out. and. You know I started being you're on your way had. Yeah I signed William Morris. Started playing. David Geffen was. One of my agents. Oh. when he was with William, Morris Ryan Grim Yeah before him in La Robinson took off and started their own thing. Wow that's very early on very early for him. So that's kind of cool. So U S. as we've discussed, you know you start off as a solo player and good good on you. Bring it back here in two thousand twenty. So why did the young bloods come about the creation of ban? To be. Jerry he was part of the Cambridge folk scene. And really the Boston Cambridge folks was much bigger than new. York, vote seen. It probably thirty clubs up there. You know besides the best houses which Were really. You know actual clubs that pay musicians. There were only three or four in the village. But thirty in Boston. So I was up there a lot and I met Corbett I. Guess. At an I must have met him at the forty seven. Maybe. He came into here me or. But. I used to stay with a fellow named Ed Freeman. When I was up there because we had the same manager. In those days, you couldn't have didn't pay enough to stay in a hotel. And I'm at a soundcheck and somebody hands me a note it's from Corbett. It says don't go home to Ed Freeman says. Come to my house. So I did that turns out to police word at Freeman House. Oh she a Boston probably drugs. He sold. Probably that evil marijuana. Yeah. Able leads. So. I stayed there that night and Gordon night became. Fast friends and we started he had this little porch on the back of his and we started playing on the porch. and. His an incredible Ability to hear harmonies and sing them. and. And our voices sometimes when I listened to the mob a son like one. Like, to like blood harmony like maybe the ever heavily type of thing very much so. Very much. So yeah, nobody has ever. Sung that. That way with me. He was supposed to come here. And we were supposed to retire here in South Carolina, sit on the porch and play but he. He didn't make them. Of all the drugs he wrestled with got cleaned from that which cigarettes were not wanting to. Kill him so I'm. Connie was. Yelling at him this morning saying Bama. Jerry we are. You being here and we miss you. Yeah I. Bet Yeah Those relationships that You know as you said you know you you never found anybody that blends voices a in your. We're talking almost a sixty year career here at sprinting credible that you. You couldn't find somebody that could you know maybe not exceeded but able to get close to it and I can tell that that was You know one of those special once in a lifetime thing. I should I remember Neil Young say enemy it had a place in Hawaii when we were living there. And he said. Boy I WANNA. Hear you in sing together again. You. At this point, I was having so much trouble with lime disease that terrified to fly. He said you guys just come to my studio will make a record but. I never took him up 'CAUSE I. Deep in the throes of that Awful disease that's just making me. Crazy. Yeah well, you know you gotTa Take Care of your health I before anything. So when those get in the way you know everything else. Gets pushed to the side so. So you guys create the ban you end up being the house band Cafe Gogo that must have been pretty cool. I. For Muddy Waters Component. Kidding any better than that? That's crazy. I can't even imagine standing in his presence. Much hoping for the guy. You know that's that's a pillar, an actual hiller for. Cotton within a band that time L. Canes and I became friends. We played. Some. When he was playing solo in his band we. But that was the first place I ever heard him was playing with muddy. And it was Sam lay playing drums. Well and all songs from, of course, the best of muddy waters which I had. A you know might have been the. Fourth Record. Blues Record I ever bought. Were deeply ingrained in my. Psyche and Still are still to this day hell. Yeah Hell. Yeah Yeah I out of the band comes an anthem that we're all familiar with even even today it has relevance maybe especially today in fact, I just serendipitous got to hear you singing along with some members of the Little Kids Rock Organization as part of CNN's fourth of July celebration But I didn't understand this. The song didn't immediately become a hit I i. think it wasn't until it was included in a public service commercial for Christians and Jews that. TURNS INTO A it I it comes out in nineteen sixty, seven right and it is a hit in San Francisco. and. On the North Coast I think Portland Seattle and that's yeah. So a regional it yet and it makes sense it fits very well with the summer of law I. Mean that nights we flew into the summer blog it was June eighteenth the for the first time. A, and we know nothing about the San Francisco scene. A Walk in and I. AM. This cheap hotel Gerstein had there's this little for my thing with the radio in turn the radio on and get together. was at the first time you heard it on the radio. Yes. Oh. Wow. I. Mean we walked down the street to the limbaugh room full the people with the more hair in Dolton whatever avid is just crazy and..

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"colin young" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:35 min | 5 months ago

"colin young" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"It's. Well hold on a minute. Let's let's let's hear low that that was that was pretty nice. They're just. It just Terrible anxiety that comes with lime disease. I mean. and. You're terrified but. Nothing's wrong. there's no beast about the each you. and. But you're terrified. And it is the wickedest part of this disease for me. It was it was. The hardest to get beyond. Without So this was. The over yonder see my freedom come. I was just dreaming of. The day which I am. This is Annaba fourteen months into. I guess what? I'm. Being. Free. And That's fantastic. So Good for you. Good for you. Good for you and great song by the way. So so let's let's talk about the new podcast and why you decided to do this show and what you hope to accomplish with tripping on my roots. I kind of fell into. That's just I. Guess That's just counties my style we were having coffee. We grow coffee. I was GONNA say is probably your own God. We, grow it in Kona and That's where we live for twelve years after we got burned out of. California. Inverness. And she's looking you know Blind. Willie Mattel wrote Statesboro Blues. and everybody knows the allman brothers version but. But it was on the young blitz I album also and interesting a damn good version of really. Do. You ever talked to Greg about about I never did I never did but I love their version of a tube but the. They were in the south. Among New York, we're listening to the same old records because they're coming out on folk ways. So. Connie said. Honey Blind Willie Mattel is buried in Thomson Georgia. Forty miles from here. She said, why don't we just get in the car and go over there and see what's Going on and off offshoots of things with the Mike Phone. We did in that an and talks. Georgia's celebrates they have a blind Willie Mattel. Festival every year. And they have twelve twelve strings kind of these art twelve strings made out of whatever at the artist used. AWC spread over the lawns of some of the businesses in downtown as a big mural that has you know some be jumping a horse and then blind blaming Dell's sitting next. To, them and that's you know saying that we got blues, we got horse Genetic business in our communities all. Let. So. Steak we went and we went and visited his grave. and. We started hearing some stories. I forget the name of the guy in the it's in episode of the first. This is our first episode we came back and we just we looked at the we looked at the footage connie shooting and and. And our videographers just said, you know this gotta be done with cameras these days. So. We. got a crew went back and did it and you know you talk about writing it took me a week. At least. Just to ride on not eat. Of course, I've never done I've never been A. At a master of ceremonies or whatever the heck I am in this arise right alloys have you are you are a host? and. A lot of digging. You gotTA. Do to find out. What happened especially with? People who passed away there's no talking to him. So yeah, especially those all blues guys which you know they're they're legend and their myth and their reality can be three completely different stories. Yeah. So I mean when we went back with the crew. Took a stool and I sat there. It was raining a little bit and I sat there. By Bind Willie's grave. He was until fifteen years ago I think or twelve years ago he was buried under the wrong name. He was buried under who ever one of his cousins made the funeral arrangements and he was buried with a very crude. Gravestone under that name until Actually, a writer and musicologist said what this guy's a legend I get a gravestone that says line Bloomberg MacDill Blues Legend and has a picture of a twelve string and that's that's the stone. That's great now and. What grade? To sit there and that little graveyard this little tiny church. Right. Outside Thompson. Happy Valley and. Sing. Ask Statesboro Blues for Willie. I can't remember whether part of that has got to be in. In the episode. But that was the most thrilling part for me. I really felt like I was saying. Yeah Yeah. I'm sure he heard. And he was very happy about that because that keeps his name alive. So that was the first one and. That made you guys kind of say. Wow, i. think we got something. So we took it into the studio and I did the voiceovers and and. videographer. Jason Sigler did you know he'd? Said well, we need some tied this together and the diss I suggest this near you can rewrite that whatever and so. Yeah, I did the writing. Took me a week. Of. Twelve or twenty. Sources to come up with this story that I think. Was Put together and then county and I rode we should have a theme song so. Pop. That little. The little details, but we call this and it is in I don't know how we got there. I don't know whether that's Connie's idea..

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"colin young" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

06:02 min | 5 months ago

"colin young" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Mac In nineteen sixty, nine, the late Great Lester bangs wrote that Elephant Mountain the third young bloods album exudes that supremely rare commodity in these dark board destructive times. Joy. There's an observation that holds up very well across fifty plus years. We could use some joy some peace of mind right now and I am happy to tell you our guest today fits that Bill Jesse Colin young a singer Songwriter, performer environmentalists, peace activists, and now podcast. Jesse was born and raised in Queens New York Mom was a violinist and both parents strongly encouraged Jesse's music starting with piano lessons as a youngster from their Jesse moved onto classical guitar and was good enough to earn admission to the prestigious Phillips. Academy. But. He chafed it the rigid discipline there and he ended up getting kicked out. As a college freshman, Jesse rented a little student Pad right behind record store and one could say that's really where his real education began for a while he tried balancing student life with folksinger gigs in Greenwich Village. But eventually, music one out. No surprise his strong plane and oh sweet clear tenor got him. Noticed and nineteen, sixty, four and sixty five. He released albums as a solo folk artist in hundred, sixty five, he co founded the young blood with Guitarist Jeff Corbett. Jesse switched over to Bass Lowell Banana Levinger on keys and guitar and Joe Bauer on drums rounded out the lineup youngblood. Scott steady work as the house band at the cafe. Go go in. Greenwich and in One Thousand Sixty six RCA INC them to a five album deal. The young bloods albums were solid sellers nothing spectacular, and through steady touring, they built a fiercely loyal fan base there you know one of those bands at punches way above their weight in terms of musical influence in critical acclaim something we noticed right away The young bloods had a strong groove. Their songs are very much in the pocket. That's something. You don't hear a lot on those early folk rock records. It really helps to have a top notch basis underneath that soaring tenor voice Jesse's based playing kept the songs nailed down tight. The young bloods definitely bridged the gap between the Folk Rock Movement to the mid sixty s and the psychedelic rock of the late Sixties Jesse Colin. Young musical roots in broad range of influences had a lot to do that and hold that thought diggers. We'll come back to that get together. Written by folksinger. Dino. Valenti. has been covered by at least a dozen different artists the young bloods version is the definitive one though it's under nine, hundred, Sixty, seven upon its debut album. It made only a small dent in the charts at the time. The song didn't really take off until the summer of nineteen, sixty nine. In. The hearts and minds of millions all around the world. Together expresses what was best what was good and true and beautiful about the turbulent nineteen sixties and it resonates just as strongly. Now, it's a beacon of hope in dark and difficult times. After five studio albums with the young bloods Jesse went solo and was an integral part of the singer, songwriter movement of the early and Mid Seventies in nineteen seventy, he built his own studio in Inverness California among the redwoods north of here San Francisco. He built a successful Solo career with Warner. Brothers records then moved over to Elektra in the late. Seventies along the way he raised a family and was active in environmental causes and the Anti Nuclear Movement in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety performed in the no nukes concert at Madison Square Garden as part of Muse musicians united for safe. Energy Jesse remained active touring, and recording throughout the eighties and nineties in nineteen ninety-three. He founded Ridge Dot music an independent label. In two, thousand, two, Robert Plant covered Jesse Song darkness. Darkness off the third young bloods album, it was a major hit that snagged a grammy nomination fast forward to just a few years ago in two thousand, Twelve Jesse was diagnosed with a severe case of lyme disease Treatments for lime disease, but it's a very tough one with lingering persistent symptoms. Jesse announced his retirement from recording and performing while he went through a long and difficult recovery. But in two thousand sixteen after seeing his son graduations recital at the Berkley School of Music Jesse decided. To work his way back into music, which brings us to our show today in all the way back around to Jesse Colin, young diverse in fascinating musical route. See I told you. We'd come back. Jesse is a podcast now and we are just thrilled to have him. A part. Of Our Pantheon. Family. The podcast is called tripping on my roots and it's part travelogue part musical history show part personal journey, and it is excellent like Jesse and his music contains multitudes. Diverse influences. It's smart and funny and infused with heart and conscience in. It's a treat to the years. We'll get into that and so much more in our discussion. So let's do it. Let's chat. With Mr Jesse.

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"colin young" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

06:02 min | 5 months ago

"colin young" Discussed on Pantheon

"Mac In nineteen sixty nine, the late great lester. Bangs wrote that Elephant Mountain. The third young bloods album exudes that supremely rare commodity in these dark board destructive times. Joy. There's an observation that holds up very well across fifty plus years. We could all use some joy some peace of mind right now and I am happy to tell you our guest today fits that bill. Jesse. Colin young a singer, songwriter, performer environmentalists, peace activists, and now podcast. Jesse was born and raised in Queens New York mom was a violinist and both parents strongly encouraged Jesse's music starting with piano lessons as a youngster from their Jesse moved onto classical guitar and was good enough to earn admission to the prestigious Phillips Academy a but he chafed it the rigid discipline there and he ended up getting kicked out. As a college freshman Jesse rented a Little Student Pad right behind record store and one could say that's really where his real education began for a while he tried balancing student life with folksinger gigs in Greenwich Village. But eventually music one out. No surprise his strong plane and oh sweet clear tenor got him. Noticed and nineteen, sixty, four and sixty five. He released albums as a solo folk artist in hundred, sixty five, he co founded the young blood with Guitarist Jeff Corbett. Jesse switched over to Bass Lowell Banana Levinger on keys and guitar and Joe Bauer on drums rounded out the lineup youngblood Scott steady work as the house band at the cafe go go in Greenwich and in One Thousand Sixty six RCA INC them to a five album deal. The young bloods albums were solid sellers nothing spectacular, and through steady touring, they built a fiercely loyal fan base there you know one of those bands at punches way above their weight in terms of musical influence in critical acclaim something we noticed right away The young bloods had a strong groove. Their songs are very much in the pocket. That's something. You don't hear a lot on those early folk rock records. It really helps to have a top notch basis underneath that soaring tenor voice Jesse's based playing kept the songs nailed down tight. The young bloods definitely bridged the gap between the Folk Rock Movement to the mid sixty s and the psychedelic rock of the late Sixties Jesse Colin. Young musical roots in broad range of influences had a lot to do that and hold that thought diggers. We'll come back to that get together. Written by Folksinger, Dino Valenti has been covered by at least a dozen different artists The young bloods version is the definitive one though it's under nine, hundred, Sixty, seven upon its debut album. It made only a small dent in the charts at the time. The song didn't really take off until the summer of nineteen, sixty nine. In the hearts and minds of millions all around the world get together expresses what was best, what was good and true and beautiful about the turbulent nineteen sixties and it resonates just as strongly. Now, it's a beacon of hope in dark and difficult times. After five studio albums with the young bloods Jesse went solo and was an integral part of the singer Songwriter Movement of the early and Mid Seventies in nineteen seventy he built his own studio in Inverness California among the redwoods north of here San Francisco he built a successful Solo career with Warner Brothers records then moved over to Elektra in the late. Seventies. Along the way, he raised a family and was active in environmental causes and the Anti Nuclear Movement in one thousand, nine, hundred, ninety performed in the no nukes concert at Madison Square Garden as part of Muse musicians united for Safe Energy Jesse remained active touring and recording throughout the eighties and nineties in nineteen ninety-three. He founded Ridge Dot music an independent label. In Two thousand, two Robert Plant covered Jesse Song Darkness Darkness off the third young bloods album it was a major hit that snagged a grammy nomination fast forward to just a few years ago in two thousand, Twelve Jesse was diagnosed with a severe case of lyme disease There are treatments for lime disease, but it's a very tough one with lingering persistent symptoms. Jesse announced his retirement from recording and performing while he went through a long and difficult recovery. But in two thousand sixteen after seeing his son graduations recital at the Berkley. School of Music Jesse decided. To work his way back into music, which brings us to our show today in all the way back around to Jesse Colin young diverse in fascinating musical route. See I told you. We'd come back. Jesse is a podcast now and we are just thrilled to have him. A part of our. Pantheon. Family. The. PODCAST is called tripping on my roots and it's part travelogue part musical history show part personal journey, and it is excellent like, Jesse, and his music contains multitudes. Diverse influences it's smart and funny and infused with heart and conscience in. It's a treat to the years. We'll get into that and so much more in our discussion. So let's do it. Let's chat. With. Mr. Jesse.

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"colin young" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

02:44 min | 5 months ago

"colin young" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Expected there only a few minor adjustments that are needed before we can get that. Out For you all keep an ear out here for more news. I will deliver it as I get it. Also, as I mentioned last week we have a new show and this week I can tell you all about it well, I did highlight a couple of new shows last week as well. Didn't. but I secretly said Ou got this new show can't talk about it until maybe next week, and now I can talk about the show is called invisible arts and is produced and hosted by Richard Gibbs. Recovered Gibbs is an accomplished record producer film composer, Arranger Musician and studio owner Richard was an integral member of angle. Boeing go and has composed scores for more than sixty films and numerous television series including the simpsons and battle star Galactica. He has worked for decades with many of the greatest music legends, delivering abundant inspiration and knowledge to the highest profile trend makers in music. Yeah. Just go look him up and see what he's been working on just recently, Richard is revered throughout the entertainment community as one of the most influential creators in the business. He's also the founder of armory of harmony, a nonprofit organization dedicated to taking decommission guns and turning that metal into musical instruments for school programs very cool and by the way are got a t shirt and whenever. I wear that t shirt somebody always says, what's that t shirt about now he has a podcast about the invisible art of music well as personal reflections in a career with the invisible arts I should say this is a It's a very interesting whimsical podcast by a great storyteller. It comes with music, of course, and some great audio effects that enhance each and every story. I suggest taking a nice stroll with your ear buds on a secluded beach. You're quite trail in the forest. Is You dive into Richard's past adventures in and out of the music business and whatever that may lead him to think and talk about I'm sure you all will love this show Invisible arts is now out and available wherever you get your favorite podcasts. Okay Let's meet our guest today you..

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