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Fresh "Crosby " from This Week In Google
"Bill cosby sweets son. Oh no oh. I hadn't heard about that one. Oh boy i think look. I understand Game development maybe a little bro culture. And the guys who do it are maybe our bros. Which is too bad. Because i'm sure there are a lot of wonderful women talented women who would want to be on those teams but doesn't don't want to be involved in the cosby sweet right now. Activision really has a problem And their employees are really talking about it One of the people has been named the sexual harassment lawsuit. Satisfy he was pretty appalling. The lawsuit calls it the crosby. The bill crosby room. I don't think there is a bill crosby type of from a lawyer. Who doesn't know what he's talking about. But the and and and activision says oh no no. We called it the crosby room because it was a conference room that the carpet reminded us of bill cosby sweaters. This is not holding up. They also cosby suites at game. Conventions bliss con- mrs back in twenty thirteen. And of course these are important. If you want to be hired by activision if you want to be. Campari the world of warcraft team. Or you just wanna talk with these people do does any woman going to want to go to the no bill cosby sweet. No they It's just i mean it's bad is bad. It's it's bad. I mean i'm not. I'm not super up on my blizzard background. You know I've i've heard some things about activision over the years but blizzard as a company from my understanding from the outside looking in has long been pretty. I don't know pretty positive. Place like no a lot of people who have worked with their scott johnson. Scott johnson and then Patrick beige beige. Used to work there. And i feel like. I feel like the sentiment that i've heard about blizzard from from them. In in you know many years past has been pretty pretty darn positive that blizzard is a pretty awesome company. I mean you know it just goes to show like saint same story different company this stuff more and more as it should is being is being aired and attention is being paid to this as like i said as it should. Yeah yeah It is a i think. An indictment of the corporate culture when you see it read the taco article. Because it's i. I don't even wanna talk about some of this stuff is so horrible but this was tolerated As part of the corporate culture is Sad a lot of the country is trying to evolve in. Get out of all of this just ridiculous behavior. That was considered normal over the last couple of decades and i hope that's the case with activision and blizzard. And they're they're you know making noises about doing something about it Apparently i didn't know this. There are his problems and as a roth. There's there's some sexism in the actual world of warcraft. I don't know. I don't know exactly sexist Comments or some of the places. Apparently an as rosser are named after various people Pretty distasteful so. I don't know what to say about it. It's just that Now with the emergence of this It's it's it's starting to look even even worse a lot of employees walking out. I believe our first interview tomorrow and tin w is with someone who is at the walkout. Okay so we're gonna definitely be talking about this on the show tomorrow lizards Ceo announced last night the company's previous statements he's apologizing for the apologies now have been tone deaf and pledged to make some changes to the company going forward including investigating all managers currently at the companies. See whether they ever impeded the integrity of our processes for evaluating claims. The problem is it only happened because of a lawsuit you gotta wonder with a commitment is by now anyway all right. I don't we don't normally report on that stuff but it's such a big story in that. When i read that kotoka story it was like. Oh yeah oh. My goodness facebook One in district court but in a court filing today attorney general's attorneys general from forty five states. Dc and guam say. They will appeal last month's decision that throughout the suit against facebook Part of the problem was the judge. Says you haven't defined monopoly. You've just you asked us to assume that it's a monopoly. oh And they also was an issue with The The timeframe they he's the judge ruled. The stated waited too long. You challenge facebook's acquisition in two thousand twelve in two thousand fourteen of instagram and what's up respectively facebook's been demanding that the ftc's chair. Lena con recuse herself from the case because she has in the past written Academic and other articles suggesting that a big tech and facebook print particularly should be broken up So there's gonna be a lot more Court going on and an appeal for the court. She should recuse this. No no facebook said she shrink yourself. Why don't i don't know how she. I don't know if that's That's going to happen. Facebook is going to limit the ads. Children can see after revelations that australian alcohol companies have been buying ads for teens. Advertisers on instagram facebook messenger will no longer be able to market to under eighteen based on their interests. I hear you lack tequila What are the. Facebook will pose more controls in the types of ads in children as young as thirteen are exposed to instagram and other platforms They'll stop advertisers marketing teams under eighteen based on their interests. They'll will advertisers only no age gender and location to target these ads. So the so these were targeted at teens. Who had in some way. Shape or form on these signalled.
"crosby " Discussed on Vegas Nation - Raiders Football
"Where can people find it. Yes so we're gonna put it obviously on social media and promoted and things of that nature but Yeah it's to be on all abba music everything so we got a we got hit on the way no doubt i can't wait for it man. I'm really looking forward to it. And i really appreciate all your time today. Max i wish you all the best and the coming season and Thank you again really appreciate the interview. Thank you all right. That was max. Crosby raiders defensive. End here on the show and again certainly appreciate his time. Is honesty open. He was really appreciated. All of the things that he brought here on the podcast to inform the fans about and sobriety again I think a huge step for him and getting to where he wants to be as athlete. Obviously so that was max crosby. Also i wanna talk a little bit here about my takeaways portion of the podcast as i said earlier in the show. It was going to do that this week and this week. I'm going to talk about a tweet from good morning football. Gm fb. it's one of my favorite shows to watch by the way They covered the raiders this week and in a tweet they put out. It says for season to be a success. The las vegas raiders must fill in the blank. Control the ground control. The game says nate burleson former. Nfl wide receiver. Who hosts the shows. Well now while. I think that is a good plan. Obviously if you control the ground you control the game you control who is on the field and how long you're on it You know you keep the kansas city chiefs offense off the field you keep the baltimore ravens offense off the field. Great game plan When you start looking though overall at the season. I really think and this is what i wrote. They need to convert more of their red zone opportunities. Two touchdowns overall the raiders came away with more field goals than they should have in the red zone and their opportunities. And that cost them. Some games and even quarterback derek carr went on a podcast recently..
"crosby " Discussed on Vegas Nation - Raiders Football
"Podcast as many of you know. Max crosby is heading into his third year here in the nfl so we spoke all about that. What it's like for him developing player and also we spoke about his sobriety. Former raider will compton on the bus. I'm with the boys podcasts. And came out about being sober. And so i decided to also ask him about that story with the right has been like for him as well. So let's go ahead and start this interview off with raiders defensive. End max crosby. I'm joined today by raiders. Defensive in max crosby taken the time in between right before training camp stars hope. You're getting some relaxation. In max and thanks for taking the time to join me absolutely. Thank you so much me on. Yeah absolutely minicamp is wrapped up. And i gotta admit when i went out there. You're looking lean and mean man i mean. What have you been doing in the off. Season to get yourself geared up for twenty twenty one. Yeah you know You know after the season. I really had the look in the mirror and figure out what i needed to improve on You know as far as nutrition Take care of my body The right training Just put everything in perspective. So i came up. You know the great plan and you know not worried about the social media not worried about what people what the world needs to see. What i'm doing you know. Just really focus on myself and you know bengals place where i know. I've feel best and feel great mom continuing to just working Getting ready for camp. I've got to ask because it's something that went viral a nice. They don't pay attention that much to social media but you dare come involved in an like hop contests leaves. You guys are gone. And i happened to capture that moment and i was wondering is this a regular ping what was going on. There was some sort of competition. I gotta no no. It literally was in our warm outlines like me and derek. Obviously we like warm out together. We do our thing. And he's start like i always jump really high on my like skip. Johnson he started like china sprint and jump with me so it's kinda turned into a thing but yeah i can just competitive no matter if it's a stretch line are bat like talking about basketball and things like that like we always always keeping a competitive so no matter what it is we just have funneled it and not feel like the more competition about it so speaking to competition things are heating up there with the defensive. End defensive tackles as a lot of new faces out there. Unique and gakugei has spoke very highly of you saying that you to be like the duo to beat What is it like first of all just have a guy like unique there on the line. Yeah you know. He's the guy that i've washed massad from for a long time even when i was a college out. Spain attention to In my god. Chuck smith You know he's one of my pass. Trainers nevada good relationship with them for a long time and he's the one that introduced me to a unique a long time ago and show me his film and things of that nature would the cross shop and you know he was always salamat like this dude is the best best. Best comes across shopping. I really got to watch and see what he was doing. And Kinda kinda crazy things work out you know. Now we're on the same team And we've always had a level of respect each other's games that keeps a really healthy in the room because you know he's got the helper personality. And i do as well. So i feel like it's can help. Elevate everybody around us. And then you add. Solomon thomas mix eddie. Tackle and some of the other faces clinton jefferson..
McDavid's Excellence, Crosby's Countdown, and Auston Matthews' Superpower
"So james i have to. I was a little caught off guard last week when nhl ruled out the playoffs schedule. I was like week. The games are starting this weekend. What's the thinking behind the nhl jumping into the playoffs. So quickly here well. They're trying to move as fast as they possibly can. Because they've got some deadlines on the other end. The nhl had a number of shutdowns with the pandemic due to covid absences for different teams and that of structure schedule a longer than they wanted it to. And there's time pressure because nbc is obviously the rights holder in the us. They've got the olympics this summer. They really wanna get the nhl playoffs astounding out of the way before the olympic start. So there's this window where they got to cram as many games as they can so they didn't waste any time getting started. Well one of the outcomes of this relatively quick playoff start is at the vancouver canucks who had a bad covert outbreak earlier. This year are still playing regular season games even though the playoffs have already started their in what appears to be a completely meaningless. Three-game series against the calgary flames. So are you or is anyone planning to watch those games. I don't think the ratings will be very good. No it's this never happened before in. Nhl history one hundred and three years of history for the league and they never had anything like this happened before they have tv rights agreements. That are a lot of money advertising agreements that are a lot of money and they didn't want to get new situation where they were shortchanging those media partners. And we're going to have to pay some money back because sure you know it's been a tough situation for the league revenue wise. They're down three and a half billion dollars from where they normally would be as as an entity as a league. They're trying to make sure that they can play out the season. And we've had headlines on our site that are you know things like oh connects are still playing for some reason or like you know here. Here's an article about the game. If you still care you know it's it's you know to be fair to the nhl in a normal season. There's a lot of teams that are eliminated with month or two months left in the season and they're playing a lot of meaningless game so it just doesn't quite look this meaningless at the place already started. They're still going
Palmieri's OT Winner Lifts Isles by Penguins 4-3 in Game 1
"Kyle Palmieri second goal of the day came in overtime as the islanders open their playoff schedule with a four three comeback win at Pittsburgh the Long Island native took a pass from JG Pageau near the goal line and gave the islanders their first win in five tries to to steel city this season has your one Brock Nelson also scored to support rookie Ilya Sorokin who turned back thirty nine shots Sidney Crosby Fredrika growing Caspary Kapanen scored for the penguins Kristin Jerry made thirty seven saves in Pittsburgh's tenth loss in its last eleven postseason games I'm Dave Ferrie
Are There Benefits to Adding Omega-3s to Your Supplement Stack?
"Think in a metabolical healthy scenario. You can consume high amount of a mega threes. even those fragile ones. Let's say fish oil and not be at risk of a high amount approximation but if you're inflamed tons of or excess. Uva you'd be b radiation or other forms of inflammation radiation and. It's it's it's hot oil or hasn't been treated properly or you're in a state of excess stress or high blood sugar. I think can do more harm than good to have like an omega three as part of your supplement stack interesting kind of depends on the scenario. Yeah but also. That's where. I mean demonizing omega threes and particularly fish. Oil is where i think sometimes. There's a disconnect between looking at like like spec speculating mechanistically and what we see from like outcome. Data randomized controlled trials. That will use omega three supplements as an intervention to for for whatever it may be whether it's to reduce triglycerides. We know that there's now a pharmaceutical available. It's basically petrified hypertrophied. Epa right which is which is gone. It's an epa based oil that they've done. These large randomized clinical trials. In and from from what i understand the actually didn't do a similar trial on. Dha and epa which theoretically would induce even greater benefits you know from like a neural standpoints or cell membrane standpoint than just the epa based mega threes. So but you're right. Max like you can say that. Theoretically consuming fish oil because it's fragile would lead to peroxidase in your bloodstream. Yet when you look at the large human clinical trials. we're seeing like lower triglycerides better disease outcomes variety of factors that show that that's for some reason not occurring or it's it's you know. The pros outweigh the
Carter Scores Career-High 4 Goals, Penguins Blast Sabres 8-4
"In just his thirtieth game as a member of the team Pittsburgh Penguins forward Jeff Carter accomplished something the Pittsburgh captain Sidney Crosby never has Carter scored four goals as the penguins beat the Buffalo Sabres eight to four Carter who was acquired by Pittsburgh at the trade deadline has now scored eight goals with the penguins are lines start the building chemistry and get things rolling reduction right Brian dumoulin Jared McCann and Caspary cap and all found the net as Dave Crosby who has led the penguins to eight wins in their last ten games and into sole possession of first place in the east division for last place buffalo Drake Caggiula scored his second and third goals of the year Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh
Crosby Scores 2 Goals as Pens Surge Past Flyers 7-3
"The penguins move back into sole possession of first place in the NHL's Eastern Division with a seven three win over the flyers Marcus Pedersen gave Pittsburgh a one of the first period lead with his second goal of the season the pads may the third of in the second on goals by Jake unsolicited Crosby Crosby picked up the second goal of the game in the third period for the penguins which is a two point lead over the second place capitals who were idle Michael Luongo Philadelphia
Crosby, Rust score as Penguins defeat Devils 4-2
"The Pittsburgh Penguins got goals from four different players and thirty four saves from Casey DeSmith as they topped the New Jersey Devils forty two Jeff Carter found the net Bryan rust scored his twentieth of the season and Jared McCann October his team leading seventh power play goal of the year as Pittsburgh seized first place in the east with its third straight victory with his empty net goal late Sidney Crosby solidified his sixteenth career point per game season trailing only Wayne Gretzky and Gordie Howe in league history any time you're mentioned you know it's Corey on Wayne Gretzky that's that's pretty neat and you know it it's also a reminder of how long I've played too so that's a compliment to to be in that company Jack Hughes and miles wood scored for the devils which lost a ninth straight game Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh
"crosby " Discussed on Sound Behavior, How Celebrities Are Born, Host Don Crosby
"Now here's your host don crosby. Thank you for joining us today. Another episode of behavior. This happens episode. Thirty nine in some behaviors are how celebrities are born and the satisfaction in identifying the inner champion. Our format is introduced. You people people who have incredible stories discussing the before and after of success in their achievement and today have a special guest. Because he's been a friend for a long time. Mr eric cook eric. Thank you so much for taking time out of your travels and your busy schedule to meet with us here on sound behavior appreciate. It is absolutely absolutely my pleasure. Good to hear voice and it's good to reconnect. We don't spend too long every few years every few years. We connect and i was thinking of. You know who would be a Who do i know. That would be another great guest and eric popped into my head and so i appreciate your time. Today really is very cool. Well i don't really think of myself as a celebrity or superstar but like you said everybody's got an interesting story and if what we're going to talk about today inspires some folks to follow their dream and roll the dice then. I think we're doing a good thing. So i appreciate you putting this whole process together. This is Totally totally don crosby. Thank you very much. I mean so much to me. So you know in the business world and i met you when you're in banking you were at the time. What branch manager at a bank community bank and you know. You've been just an amazing entrepreneur. You've taken your passion to create the company that you have today. So let's go back to those days when you're an employee when you work for someone and all of a sudden but when i met you i knew that you had. I would've loved to have had you as my business partner way back when before you found the light of being an entrepreneur. 'cause you were just that kinda guy but sure with us a little bit about you know when you went from an employee to being an entrepreneur because there's a lot of people today that are working for someone but they would love to have their own sense of ownership and sense of schedule and what goes along with being self employed. Well and appreciate the kind words. I don't know if i ever really considered myself an entrepreneur. When i graduated from college after a brief stint in the detroit area with a not so good individual that made me realize very quickly that the world was in full of very nice people like they were grew up in little marshall michigan. I came home and my father was president and ceo for time our savings bank and one of the board members..
"crosby " Discussed on The Clapper Report
"I think m and he was getting a fucking level like the whole time. I think it goes back to that. you know. i also think he's trying to be relevant. Still yeah i mean. This is definitely A bit of a click bait statement that he came out with so i think he knew what he was doing when he said it. You know It wouldn't really just go without a fight but I almost agree with him. I almost do on the fact of like seven hundred twenty. Four goals is insane. But obviously credit is due for sidney crosby Plane how he plays both sides and still produces gonna stay. Mom i counter 'til like him is is that eight hundred twenty seven assists is also really hard you know and in over a hundred less games than ovechkin while. Yeah yeah i mean. Obviously i think in some cases or some some perspectives. I should say you could. You could easily go back and forth on who's better I would say simply better goal. Scorers obviously lovie but I also don't like it. I also think he is a crybaby bitchy definitely was especially in the earlier on He he for sure was and he still has that tendency. But i don't think he's innocent either honestly. I don't think any hockey players really innocent. I feel like all of them had their fair share of you know whining and crying But obviously sydney was known for it for a while That was really bad with that. But again and i know my going over this again but i i honestly don't think ovechkin is innocent. I think he does the same as action I don't know man. I i see him as a personal vendetta against crosby as you mentioned you probably still pissed off with him. Probably from you know that series in Personally like any better. I think everybody's just overreacting yet. Exactly and i think that backlash that he received his kinda like ridiculous. Yeah i mean he. He says he personally thinks is his favorite or not necessarily favor but who he thinks is better. So what you know. Everybody has the fucking fight all the time of you know. Mj's better than lebron. You can have the ovechkin versus crop crosby conversation. It'd be on both sides. Yeah listen i mean i. Just don't i mean i know it was pretty funny. Be like oh yeah you know. I don't understand but like we bring it up but still it's like we're only bring it up because everyone's talking about right now you know and it's like oh no this. This feeds the whole monster. I guess you'd say gives it more attention than its observes. But i mean. I don't know it's interesting. I still think that crosby is better player. Just veterans a better goal score. You know but goalscoring isn't everything in Crosby's two way mashed to evasions No i mean just think of all the all the years where ovechkin was His controller was dying. You know like free year. You know whereas crosby has never given up on fox. It's like plus the all my god just the way the crosby can set people up is ridiculous. You know. I mean yeah. Ovechkin can score a goal by himself from anywhere right but Behind the dot on the power play but crosby can make fuckin- crosby make me look good..
Rust's hat trick leads Penguins past Islanders 6-3
"Bryan rust registered his fourth career hat trick as the penguins doubled up the islanders six three Sidney Crosby had a goal and an assist for the pens who climbed within two points of the capitals in the aisles for the east division lead Evan Rodrigues said Frederick Gaudreau also scored and Tristan Jarry turned back twenty nine shots for Pittsburgh the penguins also ended Ilya Sorokin eight game winning streak Soroka was pulled after yielding four goals on just nine shots Matt Barr Zell Anthony Beauvillier Jordan Everly scored for the islanders who have dropped five of seven to the pens I'm Dave Ferrie
Sabres' winless streak hits 15 as Penguins roll to 5-2 win
"The sabers are thirteen and to win their last fifteen games following a five two loss to the penguins Sabres forward Victor Olofsson we're we're not working smart all the time working hard and we want to we want to show my summary sometimes a diving so there were certain Sidney Crosby netted his thirteenth goal of the season and Tristan Jarry stopped twenty six shots as Pittsburgh climbed within four points of the NHL's east division leading islanders buffalo's winless streak is a record for futility since the shootout was introduced during the two thousand five six season it's also the league's worst stretch without a victory since Arizona won fifteen games during the two thousand three oh four season I'm Dave Ferrie
Bratt's overtime winner carries Devils past Penguins, 2-1
"Just for bread ran his point streak to four games by scoring on a wraparound at two fifty of overtime giving the devils a two one win over the penguins semi vitamin also scored and mackenzie Blackwood stopped thirty five shots in his first game since aggravating an upper body injury during warm ups on Thursday New Jersey is three two one one on the second of back to backs but one six in the first game Sidney Crosby scored his twelfth of the season for the pens who have dropped three of four since a six game winning streak Christian Jerry made thirty three saves for Pittsburgh I'm Dave Ferrie
Malkin records 1,100th NHL point, leads Pens to win
"Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Tristan Jarry turned aside forty two shots as the penguins beat the Boston Bruins four to one the forty two saves are the second most of Charlie's career and the most for him in a Pittsburgh victory making myself as big as possible and is trying to use my boxing the chances I can't this after getting off to a slow start to the season and getting Malkin scored a goal and assisted another extending his point streak to eight games hitting eleven hundred points in his career Sidney Crosby scored a goal and assisted two more J. cancel and Evan Rodrigues also found the net as Pittsburgh's win streak is now at six games that griz looks scored for Boston which has now lost nine of its last thirteen contests Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh
Kapanen, Penguins stay hot in 4-2 win over Rangers
"Teddy blogher shorthanded goal early in the second period broke a one one tie and propelled the Pittsburgh Penguins to a four two win over the New York Rangers bloopers goal his fourth of the year was his second this season while down a man on the penalty kill I think we do want to pressure a little bit more especially you know when the other team doesn't have clean possession and that's when they tend to make mistakes you know is when it when they're under pressure so yeah for sure that's a big thing I think you know it's been turning the right direction for the most part you know we've been having some good kills J. cancel Caspary Kapanen and Sidney Crosby all scored Crosby added an assist penguins goalie Tristan Jarry made thirty three saves helping Mike Sullivan's team win a third straight game Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh
Washington, D.C.'s Newest Mural Depicts Poet Amanda Gorman
"We've learned that a new mural is going up in Northwest D C neighborhood featuring the young poet Amanda Gorman. It shows her as she looked reading the poem at the inauguration of President Biden, the moment that catapulted her to fame. That mural is being painted by Khalid Crosby, who's also painted several other well known murals across the city. This one is on 17th Street Northwest, not far from DuPont Circle. It should be completed later this month.
The Latest: Penguins captain Sidney Crosby cleared to play
"The nation's top infectious disease fighter talks about the trials he and other researchers have gone through during this year of pandemic Dr Anthony Fauci long time director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases says the virus that causes covert nineteen is elusive whenever have you seen a virus in which almost half the people get no symptoms and yet he can kill half a million Americans thus far in an address to the university of Chicago Harris school of public policy but she admits frustration that's the I would say the very sobering part and the humiliating part pouch in the White House warn against relaxing diverse protocols until more people are vaccinated well more shots are being delivered the CDC says only about eight percent of the population has been fully vaccinated on to acquire
Kapanen scores twice; Pens welcome back fans with 5-2 win
"The penguins won for the seventh time in ten games this Caspary Kapanen scored twice in a five to verdict over the flyers I'm just going to be in the play that more and more I feel like job I'm feeling a little too early and I think that's kind of me just being cautious and not want to be in the in the wrong place and extraction start Bryan rust provided the eventual game winner and Cody CC a Mike Matheson added goals for Pittsburgh the pens were without team captain Sidney Crosby who is placed in covert nineteen protocol on Tuesday Joel Farabee scored twice for the flyers who had a three game winning streak snapped Sean couturier had an assist to extend his point streak to a career high seven games I'm Dave Ferrie
Don't You Want Somebody to Take Care of You?
"Okay so you just got a couple of questions. We're going to get into that okay. Yeah totally i'm nora. Mcnerney in this is terrible. Thanks for asking. And that was gina and when we get into it. We're going to be continuing the conversation that we've been having about care with gina story is a story about a lot of complicated emotions about the long tail effects of being thrust into a caregiver role when you're still a person who needs a lot of care a child but this complicated story starts in a really simple place when genus parents met and fell in love They were summer fling. Was like maybe nineteen sixty nine thousand. Nine hundred seventy vietnam war was going on. I think there was like a lot of looking for a better life. Like you know like wanting something good and they dated over that summer and then they were married by like the day after christmas that same year. So my sense is that they were kind of idealists like they were looking for some sort of happily ever after and for awhile. Genus parents found it. My mom was a homemaker and my dad was kind of a rising star in the computer science world. he was an academic. He was teaching at georgia tech in atlanta. Which is where. I grew up and so early. Memories are that you know my mom cooked and was crafty and volunteered with the pta. My mom really loved to so she loved to bake. She's a beautiful woman and my dad was very intellectual. Like i remember him reading like not totally age appropriate books to read allison wonderland to me at an age when i didn't fully understand what's going on there so much in that book didn't understand but i loved the fact that he would read that to me and he would sit down and explain to me. How telephones work and he liked teaching me about prime numbers and stuff like that at a very young age i think he just really enjoyed sharing that aspect of himself with me. He liked kind of dissecting things and thinking about things and asking questions. And that's something that. I've carried with me into adulthood. He kind of taught me how to dig deep and think about stuff that you might not otherwise. Think about gina was the second of three children. Her older brother is named allan just like a sweet sweet kid like he loved playing with matchbox cars and he would line them up. We would watch movies a lot together like he loved watching lassie and old yeller and stuff like that. If it involves a kid in a dog he could watch a movie. Five times in a row of my mom lead up every single time. He said he would laugh at every part like it was the first time you ever heard it or ever saw it and same with music. You know at some point in our childhood somebody gave them like one of those yellow sony walkman and a bunch of tapes and he would walk around the house with like headphones on and plane his tapes and singing and his very loud very slurred speech. That was like the happiest. Alan loved country music bing crosby. He loved christmas music all year round. It was just gina in allen until their little brother andrew was born. Andrew came along and i felt like almost like he was my baby from the beginning and like i think i recognized from a young age that he was like my ally and my playmates. He was you know a playmate that i interacted with. He was very imaginative. And we do the things that kids do where you like lineup. All your stuffed animals and teach them school or we would do these toy. Parades down the hallway and like throughout the whole house. Where readers just like lineup. Every single toy we own and then just like march like it was a production. The genus relationships with andrew and with allen were different because allen andrew with different. I was aware from a very very young age that i do things at allen. Couldn't i was three years younger than him. He and i kind of learned how to walk around the same time he could talk but his speech was really slurred. And so i knew from a very young age that like a lot of people didn't understand what he was saying. But i did like i kind of interpreted for him a lot especially in public so i think there was an awareness on that level lake. He's older than me. But i think i always felt older than him like. I knew that he had a lot of medical stuff. That was very mysterious. He had some seizures and would have to be rushed to the hospital so i i was very aware that like he needed a lot and there was something wrong.
Letang scores late in OT, Penguins beat Islanders 4-3
"Kris letang scored his second goal of the game at four thirty four of overtime to close out the penguins sixth win in eight games for three over the islanders Sidney Crosby had a goal and an assist Jeremy can also scored and Tristan Jarry made twenty four saves in Pittsburgh's fourth win in five meetings with the aisles this season McCann tied it at three just eighteen seconds into the third New York wasted leads of two nothing in three to two before falling to six so one two at home Brock Nelson had a goal and an assist for the islanders who remain the only NHL team without a regulation home loss this season I'm the ferry
Jarry stops 31 shots, Penguins shut down Islanders 4-1
"The Pittsburgh Penguins broke the New York Islanders eight game point streak Thursday night defeating the visiting Isles four to one Sidney Crosby playing is nine hundred ninety nine game got his team on the board early by redirecting Kasperi Kapanen shot from the left circle the eventual game winner came off the stick of teddy blogger who collected a rebound and put it into an open net behind Semien Barlaam off lugar felt staying out of the penalty box was key to the win I mean not helped in the most part we're pretty tight defensively I know they had a few chances but within government I'm trying to work with and I was even when I did have chances jars came up big so it's kind of a combination of everything Jason Zucker and Bryan rust would add two more penguin goals in the final frame Brock Nelson scored the lone islanders goal on a power play with just over four minutes left in the game I'm Walter Marcia Cano
Rust scores twice, Penguins pull away from Capitals 6-3
"Bryan rust had two goals and an assist and J. Gasol scored and set up two more tallies as the Pittsburgh Penguins top the Washington Capitals six three for Russ the goals helped Pittsburgh build a two goal lead for the first time in its thirteen games this year it's been nice to have a have a little bit of a Christian obviously you don't want to kind of sit back and get you can try to have them call back in the game but it was nothing nice to see to see our efforts go rewarded and I hopefully we can keep get more those Cindy Crosby scored and assisted a goal Brandon tan Evans Zach Aston Reese also at the net as the penguins won in regulation for just the second time this year Washington got goals from Nicklas Backstrom Jakob Veronica and of getting because that's off but lost a fourth straight game Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh
"crosby " Discussed on Doug Miles Media
"Been crosby and dean. Martin have some fun together. They're doing a medley of songs from bing's movies and it can tell they were enjoying doing all those together. They actually did that. Medley almost exactly the same length. Or i think they might have cut a minute or two out of it but Later on maybe a year or two later on the show up on youtube but very popular and of course being in dino. We're good friends as well. We salute bing. Crosby will wrap it up with just one more song and will go out with the song that was from film that bing crosby won the academy award for going my way. And here's the title tune like to thank you all for tuning into our salute to crosby today on the big band files. I am dog miles. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for listening and check out our website if you would at doug miles media dot com and we will see again real soon. Here's bing crosby one more time going my way.
"crosby " Discussed on Sound Behavior, How Celebrities Are Born, Host Don Crosby
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"crosby " Discussed on Pantheon
"For for who they were all over Europe and It was extraordinary the degree to which he made this this turnaround after the Irish songs. Of course, he starts playing father o'malley frequently plays Irish characters he starts doing. Irish. Access he had some of his biggest hits in the in the mid forties with you know things like McNamara's band and from that point on to the rest of his career people started to think of is an Irish American but that did not exist in his persona before about nineteen forty. That's fascinating and. Really highlights what a mature individual bing crosby was and how he had come into his own as a force, and you mentioned his business negotiations with the the radio. Sponsors, and the networks and also his business associations with the movies I really can't think of very many comparable figures I mean somebody like Paul McCartney has come to take a very strong role in his business hand lane and Irving Berlin who is a little bit earlier and a contemporary of being definitely was was a shrewd businessman but crosby really had the reins of his career in a way that Mo- celebrities doubt and to me speaks of maturity. In his approach, which is odd because it was also period when pop music wasn't self conscious and so there's no. Baynton have a view of himself as an artiste. He just viewed himself as an entertainer who loved music and wanted to make good music, but he didn't put a lot of came so easy to him he in the studio and. Learn the songs after one or two listens and delivers a knockout performance more often than not he basically played himself movie after movie even while stumbling upward into a-list oscar-winning roles he just. Being in this very. Casual home steady as she goes way and it's really an incredible persona like almost nobody else and there's another factor though that I think might inhibit some people's enjoyment appreciation being these days in there you refer to him as a living bridge to older. America of minstrels E, and variety. What did you mean by that? How did the rim reference the ask cap versus radio suit that was going on at the time? How did these different factors play in to being doing things like Stephen Foster songs and performed in black face and Holiday Inn and At the same time, you know making a point of mentioning Paul Room addressing Paul Robeson by name on his radio show which totally outraged southern racists. How do we reconcile being as progressive for his time and yet also? Harkening back to the past past that we've now view at a great deal of distaste-. Well, it was a different time I mean by the time crosby became along Minstrel was part of the American show business tradition. They weren't thinking of it in terms of were making fun of black people that would that may have been that was a part of it in the in the eighteen forties and fifties, and and certainly during the civil war. But after the war, a lot of the midstream, most successful Mistral troops in the country where in fact. Entirely Black, even though they had to wear the same menstrual makeup and they outs. Sold a lot of the white minstrel troupes because they consider more authentic. Hilarious. But the by the time he came along it was it was part of what he had grown up with these started You know he loves showbusiness when he was a kid and he started out pulling curtains and working back stage at and spokane where he I got to see Al Jolson perform twice and that was life changing for him. So for him, it was part of a tribute to Jolson and to that era. But the thing is a lot of things contributed to the fact that crosby. You have to remember that crosby and Louis Armstrong the they're both the same in this they were very close and they're about the same age. And to this. When they were kids when they were growing up the. Records were brand new and the phonograph just been interrupted a introduced, and in fact, the first one that the Crosbie family had was played Edison cylinders, which you know you can only play a few times because they were rather fragile and then the lateral disc was introduced but the thing about records was was so exciting it was so stimulating to be able to hear whatever John Phillips Sousa in your living room Even though today, it's a level of fidelity that least sort of find. Difficult to listen to it was thrilling in those days in every rocker record was a mystery until you've played it. So it a bias wasn't a prejudice about what was cool and what was what was hit when what wasn't and you know A few decades later your taste and recordings and music with the fine which social group you're in high school or but that didn't exist and they just wanted to hear everything. So crosby listened to Irish tenor you love John McCormack had Jim Bruins on him. He loves Jolson had a huge you listen to the white may record here the Jolson influence. Then he discovered jazz and that really did it for him when he finally saw Louis Armstrong and person in nineteen, twenty six, that was another life changing moment. So he was able to take all of these influences without bias and he was able to to use them in. Wall, completely remaining himself he always sounds like crosby. He is influence speaks for itself because there's nobody else who quite sounded like more raised like him he had a tremendous sense of rhythm. always knew where the first beat of the measure was, and so he was always swinging even when the range wasn't I remember the late great saxophonist Jimmy Heath said to me that. He was he said he was looking forward to the first volume of the Crosby of crosby biography and I said, well, you being fantasies said, well, where do you think we got all the songs from he was the only guy on radio at time. With meaning the only white guy because all of the major show, really every network show was white show. Louis Armstrong was the first to have a show, but it was only as a summer replacement. So you know we're talking about if you're when. was was just pandemic all over the country and certainly on radio but but. Crosby was the one guy who just had the always had jazz musicians in his band. He always had Louis Armstrong Duke Ellington Ella Fitzgerald Arteta is guests and so he mainstream jazz for a lot of people who would not otherwise have been as willing to listen to it. He also mainstream even more remarkably opera and classical music because he always had opera singer who loved him and he routinely opera singers on the air and he would make it entertaining. He would have them saying one. Legitimate short opera but then he would do a duet with that one some pop tune, which made the opera singer seem more human and. And so he had an enormous impact in popularizing different kinds of music the on what was the nineteen thirties and forties version of the top forty. And he's also kind of. A prescient perform that he. I think you've got a quote from another rider saying that when crosby expropriated material like country and Western or Blues that he sort of laid the groundwork for popular acceptance of these forms and as part of. A number of factors that lead to the ascension of figures like Bob Wills, likely Jordan, who we do ended with throughout this period, and that's another fascinating thing is not only is he doing? Irish songs and Hawaiian songs and country songs. But hit in this period, he's still keeping his reputation as a swinging singer particularly and duets with the Andrews, sisters and with Louis Jordan who is. Absolutely on the cutting edge in this period. I mean, this is the father of rhythm-and-blues the guy who takes swaying. Swing jazz for to, by case this period Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie, take it off into bebop and Louis Jordan takes it takes swing and simplifies it makes it more rhythmic and more. Pop and entertaining and Bang does this duets with Louis Jordan. Well. That's right and he also. In addition to doing the recording duets, which was a which was what got. cap to raise Louis Jordan from the so-called race. Label. On Decca to the expensive black label deck is we're crosby and the Andrews Sisters and the mills brothers and more popular acts were but he also recorded Jordan songs. He did he Andrea this it is you is or is you ain't my baby which was an enormous hit and so he popularized that a country music the same thing Roy Rogers who then was known as the King of the cowboys. said to me before being everybody thought If you were going to sink cowboy songs, you had a sound like Gabby Hayes and showed everybody that you could be smooth voice singer gene autry came out of being Roy Rogers Jimmy Wake Lee later Eddy Arnold So we had an enormous sense even though he never was at the grand old opera opera or never considered part of country music he had a tremendous influence there. was, the first white singer who was routinely included on Black Juke boxes in Harlem which many many people told me about That was he was the one White. Cat. Who's stuff was always on the on the uptown juke boxes. And I want to play a song here that I first became aware of through reading your book at this was something recorded around the same time as he recorded new San Antonio rose. This is floyd. It makes no difference now by being crosby. Makes no difference now what kind of life eight hand? I'll get along without you now that's. Juicy. I don't care what happens next. Get by some. I don't worry a president. Difference now. That was being crosby saying it makes no difference now, which I really had no I need I knew that he had done new San Antonio Rose I. knew he had done a lot of cowboy songs but I didn't realize he was covering the Carter family and Riley Puckett and Floyd Tillman and just the the debray dig into bing crosby the more treasures I find I, WanNa. Thank you for. Your. Curation of the collection because you know it's it's a big deep puddle and you've really picked out some gyms in their. Favorite of his records I love his phrasing on that I love the way it swings Ray Charles also did a great version of that and You can tell that he he news across be version from his arrangement But yeah, he he had a he he had a good year and sometimes cap would give him novelties. They weren't very good. But if you compare what he recorded at Decca with what he did on the weekly radio show and we have you know most of the shows of survive after kraft kraft. It's very mixed bag, but we also have the list of what he's saying. So we know what he did on every single show and on the radio show, he chose the songs and the level of the songs is just extremely inconsistently high hardly ever since junk on the radio. On. Recordings occasionally you would but never on the radio. And Will it into a couple times I want to dive into this? Dispute between ask CAP, which is the publishing organization that represented most of the songwriters of the great American songbook you.
"crosby " Discussed on Pantheon
"Today author Gary Giddens Returns to tell nate about his book being crosby swinging on a star, the war years nine, nineteen, forty, the nineteen, forty, six, native Gary Disgusting Crosby's incredible run during the World War Two era a period when being set still unbroken records for single sales won an Oscar for his acting saying for a radio audience in the tens of millions and lead Hollywood's war effort pop in those ear buds and enjoy. Time to let it roll I'm your host Nate Wilcox, and we have the great pleasure of Talk Me Back Gary Giddens the bing crosby biographer, and today we're gonNA focus on his second volume of Bing crosby biography, bing crosby swinging on a star the war years nineteen forty to nineteen forty, six scary. Welcome back. Thank you nice to be your. And so why did you choose to write a biography focused just on the warriors on it in that six year period that merited a full town. Well it was. Really the central part of his career. I mean it's when he achieved the most triumphs. As, a singer as a certainly as an actor and But I, think mostly because of his war work which nobody knew about crosby was. As I've often said modest to a fault the entire. War is hard in it gets about a half a sentence in call me lucky memoir. He didn't feel the editor right to. To Trade on on what he did then and so most people did not know the extent of it. They knew that he had raised a lot of money selling bonds and Entertain the troops but I don't think anybody really understood. The, they'll the length then and the the amount of commitment he made to it and especially hardly anybody knew in fact, no one when I first started researching it was nothing about the Foxhole tour that he did in England and is a very dangerous part of France not long after d day. but would really motivated me to do the book just on the on the warriors was that after the first volume came out. Kathryn crosby. Widow invited me out to the House and She liked the first of all. And had not spoken to me before void made many attempts, and now she was incredibly gracious. Invited me out to the House and gave me access to basically everything and as I started going through. File Cabinets, and and I found hundreds if not thousands of letters from families of servicemen who had been killed and the fact that they wrote you crosby too because the last letter they got was about a tour that he gave in France and how it's your them up and they just wanted to thank him and they'll I mean hundreds and hundreds of these. Extremely Moving I was moved to tears. was in tears reading some of them and I kept going through it, and then I found all of this material that about how complex a complex this period was and how he really took control of his film career at this point and how fascinating the the the choices he made. and then There was a a cachet of material found in a storage room in in Nevada. That this is gross be said I could have access to as soon as as they were vetted. Had A research you're in La and she would go to. A place where they were being vetted and send me. Of photocopies every few weeks and among the most amazing things that we found. There was this Letter, many pages about his attempt to get out of his radio contract and the changes you wanted to make, and it just opened up a whole new way of looking at being. So I went to my editor at that period of Little Brown. And I said look I, WANNA make this entire volume about the forties. And I They weren't happy about that. But a couple of years later when I had a I, three, hundred, zero ages, they read it and they liked it and and so we went ahead. And it's an incredibly powerful book and as. Know as a Gen xer I'm not a bank crosby native my first memories of. As a doddering old man on TV every once in a while joking back and forth with Bob Hope, and it was very hard. You know came to appreciate the road movies as a kid and had some friends who are into his music and I I sort of understood that you know he was comparable to Frank Sinatra. Presley that he was enormous singing star and and a movie star but I didn't realize until I read your books, the length and. Breadth of his career I mean, this is a guy. It says if the Beatles had stayed together through the seventies eighties into the nineties. This is a guy who is the top singing star in the late twenties who become too massive radio star movie star in the thirty saves the record industry in the thirties as we discussed last time. And then goes on to be even bigger in his third decade of stardom and not just big as a performing star man he's selling tons of records. He's got a top ten radio show I mean and being heard by tens two, twenty, million, thirty, forty, fifty, million people a week weaken week out and starring in not just being crosby vehicles but moves up to ails, pictures and Academy Award winning pictures but also takes on this cultural leadership role announced thinks I found most inspiring about this book was You've done a great job of sort of reclaiming being crosby who's been whose image has suffered greatly from from I don't. WanNa say slanders by his son in things were mostly true that that Gary Crosby said, clearly, the first four sons had very difficult lives and suffered greatly through largely the alcoholism of their mother but also being attempts to discipline and and his sort of remote Irish personality. But this was a man who deliberately. Embraced his Irish Catholic identity at a time when that was very controversial and served as a counterweight to people like Father Caughlin the Vile Demagogue anti-semites of the thirties sorta the rush limbaugh of his day. Even worse I mean basically vowed Pro Nazi America first type and I hadn't. Realized really the maturity and the cultural impact that being had, and there's.
"crosby " Discussed on World Cafe
"Just. Delightful. It's powerful. It's wonderful. It's beautiful. I love working with them. They're like my two big sisters. They want me to sit. They want to civilize me, which is really difficult for an old guy from another time you know. I'm looking at a girl walking down the street gone. Good God. Gave it David I'm sorry. Wait a minute. I'm heavily religious experience. I'll be right back. gave. It stop staring at girl. Look at the but but but but. Yeah, you're looking at her but no. And they try to civilize me it's funny dynamic on the road in the bus. They do love me but they are trying to civilize me all. It might be too late. That's okay. You're right. It might be right but it's good to try. Speaking to David Crosby unrolled cafe. Just to go back to that song that you inspired, Becker right? We're going to hear just a little bit of it but what was your reaction when? BECCA brought back heathers letter to her mother. Cried yeah. To. Beautiful. So. It's powerful and it's emotionally very true. You know. She's. She's a brilliant senior songwriter man. You know she's three deal I if I get to put together another band. It will most assuredly have Beckon Michelle in it because there there are two of the best singer Songwriters I've ever run into in my life. and they're really singers both just brilliant and completely different. Here's a bit of Becca, Stevens heathers letter to her mother. Stands draw to. A Charter. Say. Sing. Only. STU IN. A. Row. Cafe that was heathers letter to her mother by Becca. Stevens a friend and often bandmate David Crosby who's my guest today Beco- that song the murder of protester heather hair and David who is your suggestion to.
"crosby " Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"About the big things. The little things in life and everything in between. Hey guys we made it to September it feels like twenty twenty is the year that doesn't end to the tune of the song that doesn't end. But I hope that you are like me and you're trying to find all of the goodness in the midst of the hard. Seriously I'm so thrilled that we're entering into fall, it might be my favorite season the year usually it's because of football and that might look different this year but I love looking ahead and something that is super exciting. That's looking ahead. Is. That less than one month away my newest book you be you are closer than you think will be out into the world for all of us to have. Now, there are still plenty of time for you to get your hands on all the preorder goodies that I have for you. Here's what you need. When you preorder a book, it's going to show up when the book comes out you don't have to think about it, but we want you to preorder. So we're going to give you some things. Free Order one of the goodies that we're going to give you is that you're going to be able to join me and some of my favorite friends for a private virtual event. Think of it like a private happy hour. It's a Happy Hour Book Release Party on September Thirtieth. So you to be there you're going to want to be their tax ub you all one word no spaces two, three, three, seven, seven, and we're GonNa, send you all the links on how you can preorder and how you can. Redeem your goodies today's happy. Our guest is a Gal from sunny. California who's been making a difference in the lives of many for over the last decade with her jewelry. Company. The giving keys, Caitlin crosby joins me today and we chat about everything from body image learning to know when to pull back from all the things friendship and dignity with the homeless and how are embracing of our imperfections might be the key to your purpose. Buckle up friends. This is a fun. Happy Hour. Here is my conversation with.
"crosby " Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"It's an interesting thing about the ethnishity because before the war being was not known as an Irish perform and he was known as a you know an Anglo American performer. The characters he played were always very Anglo. Father was from his father's ancestors came from England from Ireland. Only mothers came from Ireland but when he saw what was going on with the hatred of Jew hatred of blacks the hatred of people just who they were decided we wanted to join the pick the minority and so he switched his persona entirely and he did it suddenly the name with his characters. Instead of being the you know John j-o-h-n type names You get Irish name and he starts buying Irish characters as he does in the in the two Leo McCarron Phil going my way. Belgium Saint Mary and he's done recording all kinds of songs than that point on. He became whatever an Irish American singer. I'm glad you brought that up because that shows the poets crosby's moral leadership during one of the darkest periods of history and again. You know the knock on him my entire life has revolved around this hollow man and abusive and and and a fraud but reading these books. That's definitely not the impression you take away. I mean I come away from this with this incredible admiration of Bing crosby and I want to play the last song and show a different side of being crosby. This is his re-recording of Harry Barris wrap your troubles in dreams and this is a very famous outtake. That was bootlegged immediately. And we'll hear being outliving a little bit off color trouble after all knives really funny. That sang the wrong melody. We'll play it back. See what it sounds like. Hey cut out eight bars. The dirty best nine eight bars he was gonNA. Why don't somebody tell.
"crosby " Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"Network. It's wools. I'm Jesse thorn. We're listening to my conversation with the legendary rock star David Crosby. He's the subject of a new documentary called David Crosby. Remember my name. He and I talked in two thousand sixteen. I'm sure that you were smoking pot and doing psychedelics from you know, from the moment they were broadly available. But when did you start using other, you know, whatever harder drugs cocaine and more. Early times of Crosby Stills Nash, we started fooling around with cocaine and that was a deadly mistake. Didn't all get really really terrible until Christine. Who's one of the girls that song was written about Christine in got killed and in a car wreck? And I have no equipment to deal with that. Nobody ever died on me before that I loved and non so that's when he started on. Going off the deep end cocaine and heroin also. Were you scared to do it? Scared to do what? Were you scared to cocaine or scared to do to download no, no, no? They told us. It wasn't even a dick funny. Most of the substance on the planet. Did you see other people around you heard him because of not not not at the beginning? Now, we didn't know we had no idea what it turned into as plague killed a whole lot of. I once started writing down, the names of people who had died because of hard drugs, and I think it was close to the end of the second page of long form yellow legal pad. You know that kind single space second page I getting close the end. And I said I can't do this. It's too depressing, and I stopped. How did it change your life? I mean, like not in the grand scheme of things. But in the day to day of things it destroyed me completely. I became obsessed with it. My higher consciousness was pretty much canceled out. You know, I just made mistake after mistake after mistaken till I went to prison and in prison. They don't have that stuff. And so I kicked both drugs in prison in a cell. With nothing gonna aspirin. When did you go to prison? Eighty-five per year, Texas. I mean, that's that's a long time. Yeah. I mean, it's a long time to be using them in that ten or fifteen years. That's a that's a big chunk, but we had a lot of money..
"crosby " Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"I don't know. You know, we were young guys who had a whole lot of success really fast, very before we were even could even spell mature. And we had biggie goes. And I wanted a bigger piece of the pie. I wanted to be noticed more. I didn't want to just be the harmony singer. I wanted to write songs and record them. And you know, but I think there was a lot of egos a lot of silliness, you know, normal things for Panton when you started with Crosby Stills Nash was it that same thing that drew in just that feeling of saying harmony with people and feeling these pieces fit together kind of. But by that time, I knew a whole lot more. I knew that. Stephen stills was writing great song. I knew that he was a major talent. And I knew that he was already writing songs that I wanted to sing they were terrific. I'd been tossed out of the birds. I was hanging around LA. I was you know, doing whatever, and I knew Stephen and we'd like to each other. And so I realized early on that the song is the key to the entire thing. If you have a good song that you can sit down and think to somebody with a Qatari, piano and make them feel something then you're in business, then you are on the map you were. On course. If you're trying to do it without having a real song would just having June moon spoon, baby. Well, then you're you know, polishing piece of stuff. You're the central issue. Isn't there? I realize that pretty early on. And it happened. You know, because I was listening to great writers by that time. Taylor was having and was very significant influence on me. And frankly, right after I got toss out of the birds. I went to Florida and walk into a coffee house in their miss Joni Mitchell. And joining when she started out with an experience that you really it would be hard to describe to you. I walked into the door. I stood there. She was singing one of those songs that she wrote. And I was just gobsmacked. I didn't I didn't know anybody could be that good. You fell for joining Mitchell. Romantically. Well, right. Yeah. It was kind of like falling into a cement mixer. Very turbulent girl. And I love her still. But thank God. I'm not with her. Was it scary to be in a relationship with somebody romantic relationship with somebody who you felt like was definitely better at the thing that you had dedicated your life to being a course, of course. And I was producing her record her first record at the same time. And I would write something, you know, like when avair, and I was pretty proud of it, and she would come home and sing me three foams that were better. I would shrivel up a little bit. It was truthfully. It was a massive learning experience. I think in one hundred years they'll look back, and they'll say, okay, who's the best singer songwriter? And it's either her up and she sings rings up rings. She's a much better musician than Bob it, and I love Bob, and he's my friend, and I I'm not trying to slam him. But Stony all the way. She's the best singer songwriter. We've had yet. I'll finish my conversation with David Crosby after a break. Still to come. David. Crosby has some hip hop..
"crosby " Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"By NPR. I'm Jesse thorn. It's bullseye. David Crosby's work paved the way for the folk-rock who was a founding member of the birds. He performed at Woodstock as a member of Crosby, Stills Nash and young that was also right around the time. He started using drugs eventually got sober. But only after an extended stay in Texas State prison Crosby's been a musician for over fifty years. He's been inducted into the rock and Roll Hall of fame twice might expect a musician to start slowing down in his late seventies. But Crosby's writing more than ever and working nearly every minute. He can he's the subject of a new documentary to remember my name is its title. It's directed by Cameron Crowe, and it's playing festivals right now all over the country when we talked in two thousand sixteen he just recorded his solo album lighthouse. Here's the opening track. Things we do for love. What other Taunton cheese? Dream. She. Those one. The failure took in new. It was. Shea. The loosing you. David crosby. Welcome to bowls. It's great heavy on the show. Thank you. So where did you learn to sing? I didn't I never learned a darn thing. I started seeing my family saying folks, the stuff, and so we we all think together, I started singing harmony, when I was about they tell me around six years old, and I started singing in clubs as a folk singer. When I was about maybe. I don't know fourteen fifteen something like that. And then I started earning my living that way when I was probably about seventeen eighty. Did you love folk music very much? Yeah. Why? When when my family when we got our first record player, we got we had a seventy eight player we used to play classical music in the big albums where you stack up seventy eight when we got one of the first L P players thirty three RPM players and. We bought some of the very prayer LP's were ten inch. They weren't twelve inch in and we got weavers big deal. Weavers Pete's here. Great example, Josh white. Odeta? I learned a lot from Odeta a bunch of classical music and more of folk music after that where you on board with rock and roll music, the time, no, no Elvis tin cutter. Tra me, I just wasn't that wasn't my thing..
"crosby " Discussed on World Cafe
"Hieaux Crosby Stills Nash and young David Crosby. So you have a version of it recently that you're accorded with the lighthouse banned in Kent, Ohio. Did you say anything onstage to the crowd before you played the song in Kent didn't need to? They know the story there were people in the room. There were several people in the room who had lost family members that afternoon there that night in in in Kent there a lot of people there chicken foru- was their brother was one of the people got shot the number of those very emotionally charged crowd. And it's a very strong song. You know, there's other people saying there's a. God I I went and sang it with Jason is Bella to Newport folk festival, and we just blew the place down. It was amazing the reaction to to that song. It's probably the best fights on. We have been trying to read a new one. And I've been asking all the writers to please come up with a new one because we need to fight song. When you sing it in the streets on we need, a we shall overcome. When it something. But let's listen to the version that you recorded in Kent, Ohio with the lighthouse band. Here we go this is alive. According of. Hi. Last. The need your help. We can't thing by ourselves. We.
"crosby " Discussed on SOFREP Radio
"Safra radio on time on target to have Michael Crosby on who goes by Bing, Crosby famous Bing Crosby, Michael Bing, Crosby retired able to Mander and now founder and see veteran frosty awareness, and we'll get into his story and actually what they're doing over there before we do actually, the first thing get into gear would be. I've been following what's going on Twitter. Why do you follow anything on Twitter to stop? I follow what you're down and I did originally see a few days ago the that Bogra Mbaye on Twitter. What did she say originally happened in Agra. Yeah, so well, you gotta understand. This is like one of those like anonymous, Twitter accounts. You know, basically posting woke tweets, all the time, and one of many people out there who claim to work for the military or she claimed to be a contractor working for like j. soccer, some shit down at down at four, brag. And shoot post these like ridiculous over the top stories that are, and it's like, like, here's a little anecdote from work today, you know. And it's clearly bullshit to me. But I mean, they're all these people just lapping it up just like re tweeting it. And a lot of them are national security quote, unquote, net sect, Twitter, which those people are worthless anyway. But the way is one that I saw from you though that you were spun and to respond to was hurting someone's spin interface or something. Yeah, it was a story about how she claimed she was deployed to Afghanistan and she overheard a man talking to his wife and he thought he was safe. But he wasn't because she speaks posh show and he heard this Afghan man threatening this woman, and she got right up in his face and told him who's boss. So she's the guy spit in her face allegedly. And then she went to the wife and was like, you know, do you want me to call the police? You need to be safe and the whole story was. Obviously, bullshit. I mean, she's saying that she like s j WWF ghanistan and was like trying to create a safe space for battered women in Afghanistan as a so calm or j. sock contractor. So this bullshit like this never fucking happened and I posted on there. I was like, this sounds like total fiction, and she got back to one hundred percent. True. And then she started d. m. ING may send me messages on there. Like it happened. That's real and she had came way back when she first created that account. She was sending me direct messages on Twitter and she was very flirty asking me for like restaurant, recommendations in New York City. I haven't been in the city and civil. Do you know do Mexican restaurant in New York City? And I was like, listening to this bullshit and I was like, you know what? She's trying to do assuming it's even a woman. Legit. She's trying to pull like John Schindler like you remember the, I think he was an NSA guy and he got caught Senan dick picks, and I was like, I was like, you know what? That's what she's trying to do. She's trying to flirt with guys who are kind of more or less around the national security world. I'm sure she's like going to try to get them to send dick pic and blackmail the shit out of them. So I was like, what? Well, what I did was I tried to get her to divulge classified information like right away because as I gotta put her on her heels, if she's legit and if not, she's going to go away. But anyway, when she came back to me after I call bullshit on her on her Twitter nonsense, she got backed me and I and claiming it was all true. And as I k- because she claims on her honor, Twitter, that she has a master's degree and military strategy. And I was like, when you get your masters degree and she was like, I went to Georgetown school foreign service call and you go and you look at the school foreign service Georgetown, they don't offer military strategy. Concentration and she also claims she speaks Pashto. They don't teach that at Georgetown. So where she pick that up from she claims that she got her bachelor's degree at the university of Haifa. So all his bullshit and I mean, it was just like that all the time, her posting these stories, this flirty bullshit..
"crosby " Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"Our came as says its plant in crosby texas has fifty seven employees when it is fully staffed well they have been operating at a skeleton crew since the storm and they're plant in crosby texas lost power in the storm like everybody did they had planned to head for that eventuality onsite they had backup generators to keep the plant powered up unfortunately on sunday those backup generators themselves got swamped so that turned off the backup power as well they'd had no power source of any kind since sunday at this chemical plant after their backup generator scott swamped the company says they move the chemicals site into dieselpowered refrigerated containers but they now say the continually rising water at the plant has compromise those containers as well particularly their ability to be kept cold and the reason this is an issue potentially of serious concern right now is because whatever chemicals they used to produce liquid organic peroxides those chemicals half to be kept cold they must be refrigerated not just to keep them from spoiling but to keep them from exploding that's why there was backup power generation capacity on site that's why they went to the trouble of moving these chemicals into dieselpowered containers after the backup power failed if these chemicals can't be kept cold if the dieselpowered refrigeration fails in these containers there is a risk of a spontaneous chemical reaction which would mean fire or explosion company put out a statement tonight saying this quote these situation at the crosby site has become a serious in order to ensure the safety of our right out team meeting their skeleton team the writing out the storm in order to ensure their safety all personnel has now been evacuated from the site quote we are working with the department of homeland security and the state of texas to set up a command post in a suitable location near our site so again they've got homeland security setting up a command post nearby local news is reporting that a one and a half mile radius has been evacuated around this chemical plant.