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"cy coleman" Discussed on Answer Me This!
"For themselves in the wild sammy's lots isn't i mean there's different student like a wildlife refuge. This is more like a burlesque of animals. True but also i think a wildlife refuges will want to bring members of the public into appetites. That work can bring in revenue and awareness of cheers and stuff. I mean these are ways in this by money. They do valuable conservation work with the money they raise. They do bring an exhibition of exotic animals to people that never would have seen them otherwise. But there's a trade off in the welfare standards since innocent disease exists especially teaches. Might as well be as happy as possible. The world's moved on and had an i feel like the world. Has i feel like a lot of people going into zoos now. Because i want to look after animals. Well you say it's the world moved on. yeah. I mean in the ua. it is still. I wouldn't say commonplace because you're talking about the ultra rich. Who are there But it is not unusual amongst the billionaires of the have a pet cheater Which is something that was again. I wouldn't cy coleman but more common in western celebrities. Hollywood types About eighteen thousand years ago so that was The silent film actress phillies golden walls. Fight graft woking cheater around els coat as an amazing affect going shopping with this thing on a metal chain working like a dog. I wonder if she also had a dog to keep the cheetah com choosing not bothered by keeping the tecom. She was walking down the street in central london. But yeah maybe josephine. Baker used to have one as well. She's it walking down the show. Id about that at the so. They'll fashions is funny because there was the slight chance of the cheetah might literally. Richardson jeopardy is quite exciting. No again you're playing into cheetah prejudice. Nazi no no. You're making a point. But no that's why they were good pets. They are actually never turn on the pound of the master. They are more suitable pets. Yeah they don't really go for. They might go for children but they wouldn't go for. Not just to child is.
"cy coleman" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I'm gonna roll myself up. In a big boy. Oh, And I My, my my. And now the end is here, so I face The final cousin Mhm, my friend. I'll say it clear I'll state my case of which I'm certain I've lived a life that's full. I traveled each and every highway and more, much more than this. I did it my way, Redrants. I've had a few. But then again too few to mention I did what I had to do saw it through without exemption. Alright, Flung each charted course. Each chapel step by way More much more than this. I did it My way. Yes, there were time. I'm sure you knew. And I'd fit all More than I could chew. But when there was done, I spit it all. And I stood ended in my words. I've loved. I've laughed and cross. I've had a life filled my share of losing. And long as tears subside. I find it all soul amusing thing. I did all and may I say not going to shy way way? Oh, no. Oh, no, not me. I did it my way for what A man. What has he got? If not himself, then he has not true save he truly man and not the world Records. I Mm. We leave you on this Sunday morning with the best is yet to come. Composed by Cy Coleman to lyrics by Caroline Lee. Is highly associated with Frank, who recorded it for his 1964 album. It might as well be swing. Accompanied by Count Basie under the direction of Quincy Jones. Out of the tree of life by just pick me plums. You came along here and.
"cy coleman" Discussed on Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor's Journey
"Then in the late nineteen fifties. She like. I said several collaborators died. Herbert died very suddenly and was that was a devastating blow to her and she began to wonder as all of those greats did irving berlin. The chief of them. Cole porter's while struggling with wait a minute music. Exchanging rock and roll is coming out in terms of popular music. We're hearing rock and roll as opposed to broadway setting the tone for the hit parade. It's now elvis presley setting that tone and they began to wonder. Is this that we've been selling for all these years. Does this no longer do people no longer want to buy this. And you know irving berlin kind of closeted himself up and became a hermit in reaction to that but not worth. Dorothy continued to hustle and trying to find new collaborators. And in fact. That's how she connected with cy coleman was. They were at a dinner party. Dorothy in her home for songwriters and si- came over to her he was in his mid twenties. She was in her mid fifties probably late fifties by that point and he said. Would you like to write a song and she said. I thought you'd never ask me. Of course. I want to write a song so she was ready to go and there was. No there was no thought of i'm done. I've i've had my success. I've written all. I can ride. No no no was always ready for the next thing. Even if that meant writing in a style she'd never written him before. I mean it's just incredible what she was able to accomplish but there is a slowdown. That was intentional. When she had her children her children were born in nineteen forty and nineteen forty four so she was riding but but she slowed down to maybe one co border show a year. She would write the libretto with herbert at that point. We see she really stops writing lyrics for broadway and the lyrics that writing for film but those are the kinds of things like i said where she can write those on her own and then they send them off to the filmmakers and she's at home in new york with their kids the whole time. That's when she started riding libretto's she could collaborate with her brother. Herbert she stayed in new york. That's where her kids were. And so you see that slowdown but it. But it was at her. It was her choice to to do that so that she could be there for her kids. Did she find that. Adjustment going from lyrics to dialogue difficult. She loved it. Should it a dream come true. Heaven heaven writing. Because like i said she was a storyteller at her core so could be able to tell stories and to have a full for musical to taliban and not just you know two and a half minutes that that was her word was heaven. It was heavenly. She absolutely loved it that she could do. What with her brother. Herbert who was so dear to her was icing on the cake and one of those collaborations that they worked on together was head. Yes think about that you know. She had worked on something like up in central park which was created to look like a career and is painting and then all of a sudden she writing red head which she had been working on for a long time like from the early fifties. And it didn't make it to broadway until the late fifties and it was because it just kept going through different iterations and different producers. Different composers. And i am finally even when they brought him. Bob fosse it was significantly changed. But as you can imagine. Career knives and bob fosse are very different styles right but it was not only fossey's directorial debut but it was also Gwen verdon like a breakout role for her. She had been on broadway before but in supporting roles. And this was a breakout role for gwen. Verdon so Dorsey will is right. There at the at the cusp of what would be you know. Kind of a guiding light for the next generation of broadway with fossey and in their collaboration and richard. Carl was in that before he became an of the mancha. That's right richard kiley. That's exactly right. There was definitely a generation gap but it was one that she was very emphatic about bridging so that she could continue to work for as long as she could continue to work and did she ever take a chance on writing something all by herself because she collaborated with a lot of people but did she ever have a solo work of her own. She did not and in fact after herbert died. She never wrote another libretto back to writing lyrics. Her next two shows were sweet charity. Which was neil. Simon on libretto. And cy coleman for music and then seesaw which was psycho man on music and michael. Stuart wrote the book for that so she never wrote another bulk without herbert. That was that was something that was too painful for her to do that. Process without him. She really accomplished so much over her. Forty eight years in the business and you know including the academy award for the way you look tonight that the best musical. Tony ward for redhead. Would you say that she ever felt like that. She made it that she that she met her own definition of success. I think so. I can't think of a time you know. I think that she was at the top of her game from the beginning of her career to the end of it. I mean you don't get more top of your game then coming home from a rehearsal for a national tour of a show that you wrote a and getting a message on your machine that you have been nominated for a tony award for that show and then dying that night. I mean you can't you can't have it any better than that in terms of going out on top so i think that she was very. She was always able to provide for herself anything that she wanted she was always able to. There may have been a dry period where. She was looking for the collaborator after albert. Hague until she met cy coleman but she pushed through and she found that next collaborator and that collaboration was one of the most successful of her careers and it was the last so i think that she probably was very very pleased with what she was able to do. I think it's also fair to say that the world of musical theatre has also been quite pleased with what she was able to accomplish in the works that she presented to audiences from the nineteen twenty s all the way through the nineteen seventies and beyond and her persistence through. Those decades is a lesson for all of us from pushing past or father's objections to dealing with her brothers and other collaborators passing away as she continued to write songs. Dorothy fields is a true testament to that saying work. Hard and silence and let success make the noise. 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"cy coleman" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Piece of drama or comedy, so I get to have the benefit. Not just closing my eyes and dreaming about anything musically, I start with with a concept dramatically and that informs the music Mike I got I have to ask you. You know, I've been covering Broadway for many years. You're well aware that you are great at your job, buddy. And by the way, I don't always agree with you. But I always admire what you've written it SSM a zing. You really good at your job. Don't feel back. You never agree with him. So you know, this guy thought this guy thought Hamilton was trashed. So wicked, So marriage made in heaven. Lynn marriage made man and that says, But like member Cy Coleman, the great cycle Mint and Cy Coleman always told me that you can teach everything. But the one thing you cannot teach is melody and you have the gift of melody. Where do you think that came from? When I sit down at the piano, or I pick up a guitar. You can't play me a piece of music I don't intellectually get. I don't understand. I've been studying my whole life. I'm still studying. But I sit down and play the simplest thing and I still am so moved by it. And it's so magical even though I understand the architecture of it completely. I really do understand it yet. I don't know anything. Fascinating guy. Terrific. I really good stuff like post I loved it. I'm so I'm so candid and so honest. Like, you know, I don't know where it comes from. I I've got this incredible talent. All these great theme songs I've written, but I can't tell you where it comes from. I sit down. I played the simplest melody and And you can't analyze that. It's exactly what side Coleman had told me. You could teach everything about musical composition, but you can't teach Melody. Yeah, they hear a great tune or you don't know what he's written all these great thieves that obviously, Hill Street is just the best. But, you know, I just I always thought this was just the sound effect, but no Composed by Mike Post E have to say And that way, I mean, we don't want to pat ourselves. We don't wanna pat herself in the back here. But I have to say I was very impressed that he knew who I was and was familiar with my writing. And my work here is a failure. Theater college. There's a big before we started the interview, he said. Google dust I'm fans of both you guys the way to suck up to the hosts. I'm telling you, he had us in the problem has had the rest of the way. Absolutely, he could do no wrong. But Natalie, doesn't he sound like a guy? He could just go out and have a beer with the suspect? Just a guy guys. Fun guy? Absolutely. And I mean, like you said, the genius that goes on in that brain. Oh, my goodness. Let's for His favorite sound effect of the day. By SOG Coming up, We've got an important story for beer drinkers. 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"cy coleman" Discussed on 710 WOR
"WR com slash linda Michael. Very cool, Rick. Yeah, I'm actually Richard Marx sings the bridge that zit on my voice suddenly sounded different there on the bridge s. Oh, yeah, It's got a lot of people great until the musicians played on it for free. And if it's the first time of did he didn't actually get to the best part. The best part is a big Hey, Jude, not non sing along at the end, which everybody joined in, and it's very, very inspiring. But Yes, your son of ever recorded where no one was ever in the same studio. Home Studios. Recourse wrecks. Are you a songwriter who waits toe sit down, Start writing until you have the inspiration or the idea of a song or you one of these guys who just, you know, song writing like all creative arts is really kind of it's a regular job and you got to be disciplined and whether the inspiration is there, not you have to sit down and try to work. I'm completely undisciplined. I'm the binge writer. I write when I'm in When I feel like I really want to write, and that's sort of that's a modem in right now on then I could go for like, eight months and to say I could care less of ever write again. Yeah, I'm you know, I'm also, uh, haven't right on writing novel a novel. I've had a couple of novels and And, uh, you know, I'm always doing something. We're on with Rick Springfield, a songwriter musician, Rick, but you've been on Instagram with Vance. The generous and you guys have been doing a serious on how to write a song. Now I'm partial to that, because my dad for years put out a magazine for songwriters was a mom and pop publication back in the day. Is there Is there a There's no real formula, though, for writing a song. No, no, I'm not really think everybody. You know, I think every time every guitar has a song, and I've always believed that s why have so many guitars. Really. It's just It's just a matter of that's like anything you know, the more you do it, The more you lift weights, the bigger your muscles get, the more you write, the better you get at it. I started song writing it. When I was 15 and you know if I played with some of those, you cringe along with me so that I got, you know better and better at it, And now I understand how you know the process of building a song and making an interesting that that's about the only thing you can learn. The rest is just Whatever the gods just want to give you, you know, stepping aside and letting letting them use come through, but that a lot of the time you just got to sit down and do the hard work of actually writing it. Yeah, Rick. I was friendly with the Cy Coleman, who wrote a lot of great Broadway shows. And so I was a very accomplished. Yeah, very accomplished musician, he once told me said, you know you can. You can teach a lot about musical competition. You can teach harmony and orchestration and rhythm, he said. But the one thing you can't teach, which is the key. You can't teach melody and he said that is just the gift that you have is a songwriter. Would you agree with that? Absolutely God, and I think to a degree I have that and certainly you know, Thea ultimate of that would be probably someone like Paul McCartney, who just could melodies just flowed out of the woman. I listen to a song. I've always loved him and his second solo album, There's a song called Back Seat of My Car that Isn't that well known But there's hey, does count. Appointing. There's like there's like three different hooks happening at once, and it's It's staggering, really, actually, what he was capable of. It still is. But yeah, the gift The melody is you either got it or, you know, here's the strong you did call the wall will fall that you did in quarantine and you badgered us. T play the great ending. So on your recommendation that we go, it is Rick. Here you go. Yeah, I'll take care of each other. Seriously take requests on the show. There's a melody for you. There you go. Yeah, That's the whole thing that the song is take care of each other. Really. It's on in. This has always been AH, great line. That I've always loved. Take care of each other. So finally got it in a song. Hey, Rick Springfield. Great talking to you. Thanks for coming on. Thanks for being so for such a good sport over all this, and thanks, Bruce. I wish you continued success. Yeah, You're welcome. Thanks, Bruce. Rick Springsteen. Right? No, stop. We're coming up. You might wanna watch your waistline in this next segment, but we'll be talking about the top comfort foods this holiday season. Right now, though, Let's talk about the latest news. Alright, Michael Good morning. A criminal investigation has begun into a New York state health care facility that's accused of fraudulently obtaining and distributing. Corona virus vaccine. Here's the story from correspondent Kenneth Moat. New York Authorities are investigating park care community health health care provider posting images of Madonna's vaccine and it's freezers. It's accused of leading members of the public, skip the line and get access to the vaccine before health care workers and nursing home residents..
"cy coleman" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Is music that accompanies a piece of drama or comedy, so I get to have the benefit. Not just closing my eyes and dreaming about anything musically. I start with the concept dramatically. And that informs the music Mike I got I have to ask you. You know, I've been covering Broadway for many years. Your well, like I'm well aware that you are great at your job, buddy. And by the way, I don't always agree with you, but I always admire what you've written. It's um it's amazing you really good at your job. Don't feel bad. You never agree with him. So you know, this guy thought this guy thought Hamilton was trashed. So wicked, so marriage made in heaven. Lynn marriage made man and that said, Buddy, Like, Remember Cy Coleman, the great Cy Coleman and Cy Coleman always told me that you can teach everything. But the one thing you cannot teach is melody and you have the gift of melody. Where do you think that came from? When I sit down at the piano, or I pick up a guitar. You can't play me a piece of music I don't intellectually get. I don't understand. I've been studying my whole life. I'm still studying. But I sit down and play the simplest thing and I still I'm so moved by it. And it's so magical even though I understand the architecture of it completely. I really do understand it yet. I don't know anything. Fascinating guy. Terrific. I really good stuff like post I loved it. I'm so and so candid and so honest. Like, you know, I don't know where it comes from. I I've got this incredible talent. All these great theme songs I've written, but I can't tell you where it comes from. I sit down. I played the simplest melody and And you can't analyze that. It's exactly what side Coleman had told me. You could teach everything about musical composition. But you can't teach Melody. Yeah, they hear a great tune or you don't You know what He's right, though. All these great thieves that obviously Hill Street is just the best. But you know, I just I always thought this was just a sound effect. But don't composed By MIKE Post E have to say. And that land mean we don't want to pat ourselves. We don't wanna pat ourselves on the back here, but I have to say I was very impressed that he knew who I was and was familiar with my writing. And my work. Here is the figure theater column. Well, there's a big before we started the interview, he said. Google dust I'm fans of both you guys the way to suck up to the host. Sub telling you he had us in the problem has had the rest of the way. Absolutely, he could do no wrong. But Natalie doesn't he sound like a guy? He could just go out and have a beer with us. It's just a guy guy. Fun guy. Absolutely. And I mean, like you said, the genius that goes on in that brain. Oh, my goodness. Let's fit for Lens favorites that effect of the day by SOG Coming.
"cy coleman" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Sounds great. We're gonna post a review on our website 7 10 wr dot com slash sound like a very cool Rick. Yeah, I'm actually Richard Marx sings the bridge that Z Why? My voice suddenly sounded different there on the bridge s. Oh, yeah, It's got a lot of people great at all. The musicians played on it for free, and that's the first time and we did, He didn't actually get to the best part. The best part is a big Hey, Jude non non non sing along at the end, which everybody joined in, and it's very, very inspiring. But Yes, the only son of ever recorded where no one was ever in the same studio. Home Studios wreck Are you a songwriter who waits toe sit down? Start writing until you have the inspiration or the idea of a song or you one of these guys who just You know, song writing like all creative arts is really kind of it's a regular job and you got to be disciplined and whether the inspiration is there, not you have to sit down and try to work. I'm completely undisciplined. I arrive on the binge writer I write when I'm in When I feel like I really want to write, and that's sort of that's a modem in right now on then I could go for like, eight months and to say I could care less of ever write again. But I'm only I'm you know, I'm also haven't right on writing novel a novel. I've had a couple of novels and And, uh, you know, I'm always doing something. We're on with Rick Springfield songwriter musician Rick, But you've been on Instagram with Vance, the generous and you guys have been doing a serious on how to write a song. Now I'm partial to that, because my dad for years put out a magazine for songwriters was a mom and pop publication back in the day. Is there Is there a There's no real formula, though, for writing a song. No, no, no, I really think everybody You know, I think every time every guitar has a song, and I've always believed that s why have so many good cars. Really. It's just It's just a matter of that's like anything you know, the more you do it, The more you lift weights, the bigger your muscles get, the more you write, the better you get at it already started song writing it. When I was 15 and you know if I played some of those, you cringe along with me so that I got, you know better and better at it, And now I understand how you know the process of building a song and making an interesting that that's about the only thing you can learn. The rest is just Whatever the gods just want to give you, you know, stepping aside and letting letting them use come through, but that a lot of the time you just got to sit down and do the hard work of actually writing it. Yeah, like I was friendly with the Cy Coleman, who wrote a lot of great Broadway shows. And so I was a very accomplished Yeah, very accomplished musician, he once told me said, you know you can. You can teach a lot about musical competition. You can teach harmony and orchestration and rhythm, he said. But the one thing you can't teach, which is the key. Can't teach melody and he said that is just the gift that you have is a songwriter. Would you agree with that? Absolutely like and I think to a degree, I have that and certainly you know, the ultimate of that would be probably someone like Paul McCartney, who who just could melodies just flowed out of the woman. I listen to a song. I've always loved him and his second solo album, There's a song called Back Seat of My Car there. Season that well known But there's hey, does count. Appointing. There's like there's like three different hooks happening at once, and it's It's staggering really, actually, what he was capable of, and I still is. But yeah, the gift. The melody is you either got it or Yang Here's the strong You did call the wall will fall that you did in quarantine and you badgered us. T play the great ending. So on your recommendation that we go, it is Rick here, Ugo. Take care of each other way. Take requests on the show. There is a melody for you. There you go. Yeah, That's the whole thing that the song is take care of each other. Really? It's on in. This has always been ah, great line Better boys. Love Take care of each other. So funny. Got it in a song. Hey, Rick Springfield. Great talking to you. Thanks for coming on. Thanks for being such a such a good sport over all this, and thanks, Bruce. I wish you continued success. Yeah, You're welcome. Thanks, Bruce. Rick Springsteen. Right? No, stop. We're coming up. You might want to watch your waistline in this next segment, but we'll be talking about the top comfort foods this holiday season. Right now, though, Let's talk about the latest news. All right, Michael. Good morning, Governor. Cuomo questioning why Six flights are arriving at JFK Airport every day from the United Kingdom, despite a new variant of the Corona virus spreading their Cuomo says 120 countries now require a negative test before arriving from the UK Of European countries have even closed their borders. But the U. S has not acted is the mist Ake we made Where is HHS? Where is C? D. C? Where is the NIH? A European governments are acting in response to tougher measures imposed over the weekend in London and surrounding areas by British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, essentially locking down parts of the city more on that from correspondent. James Long then, you variant. They're describing it off. Corona virus has been discovered in London, where I live on parts of the southeast of England. And for that reason, essentially, they have counseled Christmas here. All travel across the United Kingdom has essentially been canceled. There were plans to allow people to travel for a five day period that is now off and they Come up with a new tear. There was a wanted to and 2323 being the most serious. They've now come up with Tiff four, which is essentially the same as the national lockdown that we saw over the summer. Officials say the fast moving new variant of the virus is 70% more transmissible than the existing strain appears to be, and it's driving the spread of new infections in London and in southern England. Local sheriff, deputies broke up a private party and queens, violating a number of coronavirus restriction. In approximately 2 45. Sunday morning, New York City sheriff's deputies broke of the gathering of more than 164 individuals inside of a 243rd street building and the Rosedale section. Those in attendance had used a rear alley way to discreetly enter. In addition to Corona virus related violations. There was no liquor license obtained and the fire codes were not being observed Steve Green Fields w whoa, Our news. Corona virus Vaccination start today for nursing home residents.
"cy coleman" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Is no nice rich you Oh, God. No district. When you rise in needed me. My heart says yes, indeed. In me, I'll see you in the one you're leading major exception Nation pitch. But no one I would not switch. No nicer. Which can you do me then? You not me that you hate, which She's a fool. And don't I know it. You can have a child. I'm in love on Don't I showed him like a babe in our love the same offset sensation lately, I not one way. Shane's this, Tony said to Asia for me on the blaze. I am wild again. The guy again a simpering whimpering child again, Way which bother on be will Am I Good good. Once he wouldn't sleep, love Okay and told me I shouldn't see Which bothers me. Um, I I lost my heart. But what of it, man? It's called Great She might laugh, but I love it. Although the lives Maybe I will see Bruce Springsteen on long when I Would be well. Witchcraft was composed in 1957 by Cy Coleman with lyrics by Caroline Lay. This duet was recorded with Anita Baker in 1993 Bewitched, Bothered and bewildered, was featured in the 1957 film PAL Joey, starring Frank Sinatra. It was recorded with the iconic Patti Labelle, whose career has spanned over 50 years and has sold more than 50 million records worldwide. Maura of the Sinatra Hours celebrates the duets Right after this on 7 20. W G s way begin.
"cy coleman" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Wait. I have something new dance to do for recreation. So someone started twisting cat who was really have put down a step a new love. All the kids were twisting. It didn't take long, Father grownups try and who's who was buying it all over town. You see them around. Spread like plays became a craze that ROC nation everybody's twisted. Something new had danced to do for recreation sold, Someone started twisting down step. A new gyrations Soon, kids Tristen No! Didn't take who's who was buying it all over town. You'll see them a squirming around. Spread like a far place became a craze that everybody's Tristen banana stopping and sacroiliac poppin. I gotta go. Those fingers in my head that sly, come here that strips my conscience bare. It's which on DH I've got no defense for it. He is too intense for it. What good would common sense for it? Do Eyes. It's which crowd which no strictly when you arouse the need in these, my heart says Yes, and lead in may proceed with what you're leading me to. It's such an ancient pitch, but one I wouldn't switch because there's no nicer witch than you. Uh, it's which that crazy witch craft It's strictly when you arouse the need in me. My heart says yes. In the proceed with what you're leading me to. It's such an ancient pitch, but one that I never switch cause There's no nicer witch than you. Witchcraft was composed in 1957 by Cy Coleman, with lyrics by Carol A. And for Sinatra had peaked at number 14. Next is a song written by Jule Styne, with lyrics by Sammy Khan for the romance film three coins in a fountain. Refers to the act of throwing a coin into the Trevi Fountain in Rome while making a wish. Writers kind and Stein were asked to write the song to fit the movie but were unable to either see the film or read the script at the time. He completed the song in an hour and had produced a demonstration record would Frank by the following day, This natural recording topped the singles chart. Here's three coins in a fountain..
"cy coleman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Bobby Troup finds the feeling of jazz in watch what happens before that Tony Bennett in an intimate setting, the Ralph Sharon trio and Cy Coleman's the Rules of the road. And from a record called junk named after the Paul McCartney song, No qualitative assessment. There is actually a very fine stuff and very ambitious for a young singer only in her early twenties Haley Tuck. In some other time from on the town. Cavalcanti and W N Y. C and new standards dot or cereal. A May from Cole Porter's The New Yorkers. It's the recent revival that has been put out as a disk. Love for sale. Allah surreal in May. When the only sound in the empty strange is the heavy trend of heavy feet. That belong to Open shop so long as been gazing down. On the wayward ways of this wayward town that her smile comes us. Go to.
"cy coleman" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Drama or comedy, so I get to have the benefit. Not just closing my eyes and dreaming about anything musically, I start with with a concept dramatically and that informs of music, Mike, I got to ask you. You know, I've been covering Broadway for many years. You're aware I'm well aware that you are great at your job, buddy. And right away. I don't always agree with you, but I always admire what you've written it. It's amazing you really good at your job. Don't feel bad. I never re Witham. So this guy, this guy thought Hamilton was crashed so wicked, so marriage made in heaven. Lin marriage made man and that's it. But like member Cy Coleman, the great sigh Coleman and Cy Coleman always told me that you can teach everything but the one thing you cannot teach is melody. And you have the gift of melody. Where do you think that came from? When I sit down at the piano or pick up a guitar. You can't play me a piece of music I don't intellectually get. I don't understand. I've been studying my whole life. I'm still studying, but I sit down and play the simplest thing and I still am so moved by it and it's so magical. Even though I understand the architecture of it completely. I really do understand it yet. I don't know anything. Fascinating guy. Terrific. I really good, like post I love I'm so and so candid and so honest, like, you know, I don't know where it comes from. I've got this incredible talent. All these great theme songs I've written, but I can't tell you where it comes from. I sit down. I played the simplest melody and And you can't analyze that. It's exactly what side Coleman had told me. You could teach everything about musical composition. But you can't teach Melody. Yeah, they hear a great tune or you don't You know what He's right. All these great thieves that obviously Hill Street is just the best. But, you know, I just I always thought this was just a sound effect, but no composed by Mike Post have to say. And Natalie. I mean, we don't wantto pat ourselves. We don't want pat ourselves on the back here. But I have to say, I'm very impressed that he knew who I was and was familiar with my writing. And my work. Here is the Fader Theatre column. Well, there's a thing. Before we started the interview, he said. Google just fans of both you guys the way they suck up to the host. Sub. Tell idiots he had us in the public has had the rest of the way. Absolutely. He could do no wrong. But Natalie, doesn't he sound like a guy? You could just go and have a beer with its just like Just the guy, guys. Fun guy. Absolutely. And I mean, like you said, the genius that goes on in that brain. Oh, my goodness. For his favorite sound effect of the day playing my song coming up, We'll talk about a topic just right for America's birthday. Did you know that every state has its own signature cocktail? We'll take a road to her via the liquor cabinet just ahead. But right now it's time for the latest headlines. Here's Joe Barton. Thank you, Michel. Good morning. Well, it's the largest single day total since the Corona virus pandemic began six months ago, surpassing Wednesday's total of over 50,000 new cases 55,000 new cases. Thursday it is spiking in some states in a new record set Thursday in Florida. Over 10,000 new cases They're here in the tri State area are numbers are going down. But there is concern New York and New Jersey hit pause on reopening with covert cases. Surging nationwide compliance is also an issue with the city reporting it hasn't been able to reach 1/3 of the contacts that receives for contact tracing and a growing number of people refusing to wear masks and social distance. The mayor is trying to soften the blow of canceling indoor dining with 22 open streets set to host restaurants this weekend as part of the city's Open restaurants initiative. More than 6500 eateries have applied for permits so far. Alice Stockton. Rosie needs more news. President Trump travels to South Dakota today to watch a massive fireworks show tonight at Mount Rushmore. Tribal leaders plan to protest his visit to the National memorial in the Black Hills, the Sioux tribes considered that sacred ground. Trump pushed to override a long standing ban on fireworks shows at Mount Rushmore, where firework shows have been prohibited because of concerns about wildfires. Well, if you're gonna be flying this weekend, some new guidance from the NSA Get to the airport. Don't think just because travel is way down. You can cut it close with your flight. That's the message from the sales. Lisa Farbstein. People are little slower at the checkpoint, and that's because I'm being very careful to look around them. They're looking around. They are too close to somebody. What should they touch? Even seasoned travelers were seeing just the little hesitancy. And she reminds folks to wear face coverings while going through screenings and says rules have changed now allow passengers to bring up to 12 ounces of hand sanitizer on board. I'm Scott Pringle. W argues one man dead, six others injured after several street shootings in the city last night. No arrests in either case. The 1st 1 happened in Brooklyn, 6 45 20 year old man died in Brownsville shot in the head a woman Was wounded. We may be getting a closer look at the life of Jeffrey Epstein, his longtime girlfriend, Dylan Maxwell's been arrested by the FBI charged with helping him to recruit young girls for his pleasure and the pleasure of others and correspondent. Like our report. She is expected to cooperate with the authorities. Socialite Delaine Maxwell was arrested yesterday for allegedly luring girls into situations where she knew they would be sexually abused by her billionaire ex boyfriend, Jeffrey Epstein. And according to prosecutors, in some cases, Maxwell participated in the abuse herself. She was seized at a $1 million home in New Hampshire after hiding out in various locations in New England. The property was acquired in all cash purchase in December, and prosecutors say the buyer's identity had been shielded by an LLC. Maxwell's arrest could signify a major turning point in the Epstein cases. She was a central figure in the trafficking scheme for years. Mike Power for seven tend bur baseball finally back. The Yankees and the Mets have their first team workouts today that it's going to be at city field. The Yankees at the stadium in the Bronx. Players want to go regular checks for Corona virus and the fans will be kept away. The 60 game shortened schedule, expected to begin July 23rd also from Sports Fenix asking the NFL's Washington Redskins to call an audible, The company says they've communicated a request that they change the name of the team. That X is the naming rights to the stadium were Washington plays and its chairman, is also a minority owner of the organization. Well, Broadway maybe closed because of the Corona virus epidemic, but you can still see Hamilton It's streaming on business Plus, history is happening. Hamilton Smash it. Hip hop Broadway musical Ready to Stream Right now..
"cy coleman" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Do is it switched good riddance well yes and me rose one zero it's an ancient but switch because there is no nice way to this with that no you needed me one zero lead me it sucks and ancient she but one switch because there is no nicer then you witchcraft was composed in nineteen fifty seven by cy Coleman with lyrics by Carol lay in for Sinatra it peaked at number fourteen next is a song written by Jule Styne with lyrics by Sammy Cahn for the romance film three coins in a fountain refers to the act of throwing a coin into the Trevi fountain in Rome while making a wish writers Constand were asked to write the song to fit the movie but weren't able to either see the film or read the script at the time they completed the song in an hour and have produced a demonstration record with Frank by the following day this is not a recording topped the singles chart here's three coins in the fountain three Collins and the phone each one is seeking help in the room three hole which one will the fountain three soon the phone long known for its role some in the room three rooms and a phone through they show one of the may the rebels just one we'll be one thousand this is after hours featuring Frank's greatest hits will continue after this I'm seven twenty WGN Sunday morning with Jean Richards for entertainment and conversation it's all part of the best radio lineup on Chicago's very own with all the overtime or appliances have been taking on these last several.
"cy coleman" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Was tangerine from Frank's nineteen sixty two album Sinatra swing in brass next is the best is yet to come composed by cy Coleman to lyrics by Carol lay it is highly associated with Frank Sinatra who recorded it first nineteen sixty four album it might as well be swing it was the last song Sinatra sing in public back in nineteen ninety five here's the best is yet to come the three live by just me you came along home this is a real good that the best is yet to come best is yet to come home and they will be fine you think you've seen those songs but you ain't seen it we all up on new we and wait to see Songshan you the best is yet to come and then they won't be fine it is yeah come I'm going to teach you we've only we for these do you think you wait we wait to see sign not the best is yet to come invade won't it be fun the best you and you J. as me that old black magic do you I see fingers up and down this same old thing in and like the leaf that's caught in the as soon but what cannot before Bernie the kids can we do hello they this and that old black J. Cole's love you the love the that we we that's crazy about this well that black magic goals love the black magic coal loan that black J. Cole Loden that.
"cy coleman" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Witchcraft was composed in nineteen eighty seven by cy Coleman with lyrics by Carolee next is what allowed you featured on Frank's nineteen fifty four reprise album all alone so that's originally recorded the song sometime in nineteen forty seven under Columbia Records here's what all I do when one what to loon true and you do could have done and and still have bank for a moment I could have spread and done a in the fall I'll never know what made it so while five the with me hi just all night I should have done and still some more of this in after hours after news next on seven twenty WGN.
"cy coleman" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Want to tell me I've got a big date tonight I love running is Saturday nights I got it Sunday the work they lose a day I must have magnesia what do we can do when he had magnesia oh my god I don't remember I'm losing my short term I'm sure get suits is a word you say a lot so what was it like to make an entrance wasn't hollering and and and and hooting and how much of that was real and how much of that was like a sign flashing to the studio knows no no no there was no signs this was all real in fact most the time we have to tell them to stop because it would it would go on for too long for any of our entrances for for at ease for mine and we would it would actually start to kind of like mess up the timing of the of the scenes so we would actually have to ask the audiences to like cool it we didn't have a laugh track none of that this was all like those two hundred people like at a sporting event basically you know I try to tune it out because if I had like played into that would be a whole other ballgame but I had to stay in my scene to my work do my job and hopefully they would stop at a certain time so I could see my first line so the series was considered very raunchy and it's time so tame compared to what I don't know I know I know but there was pressure from the right this is like an anti family show that was too sexualized there was a letter writing campaign how much attention do you pay to the non actually made us more popular controversial and more edgy yeah we actually send a like a fruit basket to Terry Rakolta every year who who started a letter writing campaign god bless services thank you we had had a great run because of that so you were born into show business in a way your mother was an actress and singer she sang backup on Leonard Cohen's first album I thought that was interesting yeah so tell us a little bit about her career her career started in New York she was in a group called the veteran singers for many years back in the sixties early sixties and then she she made this really beautiful album called you've come this way before in the late sixties inches around the time she met my dad in the name she was in a way that at that time and you know continue to act here and there but then she had a baby and she was on our own Hey baby with me that baby is me there's only me I mean I do have a brother and sister for through my father and his son his previous wife but you know she was alone and so that's kind of how I started doing it is that she couldn't afford childcare so I would end up going on auditions with her or going to she was part of the a playwright group and I would end up she just they would put me in the place because she couldn't find anyone to watch me that's kind of where it all happened your on screen when you are three months old and five months old what were the roles and were you playing your mother is Carl do the call them role yes I am my mothers child that's the thing is it and I wouldn't walk on yeah this is a nice place it was with my mom she was on days of our lives like one or two episodes or something in that character had a baby and luckily she had a baby and then she did a place Texan are some commercial but they she had a baby so it was perfect and it's really it's really funny because she's like she spits up lesson has less gas this is fresh air and if you're just joining us my guess is Christina Applegate who became famous as a teenager for her starring role as the daughter in married with children and many roles later she's now starring in the Netflix series dead to me which has just been renewed for a second season we'll be right back this is fresh AIR this is fresh air and if you're just joining us my guess is Christina Applegate she stars with Linda Cardellini and the Netflix series did to me which has just been renewed for a second season all of season one and streaming so in addition to doing movies and TV you did a Broadway revival of sweet charity the music and that show is so good reason at the best of my god yeah and you had to basically audition for the composer cy Coleman what was that like rest in peace common but now I can talk about how it was it was really difficult the audition process was really or something else you know I'm not a huge Fosse fanatic I've Richard was my favorite movies all that jazz is in my top five of all time I mean this is like was Mike my dream control that I went to New York to audition and I was there for a minute felt like ten hours and it probably was ten hours of singing audition and then you know if this all the scenes I had to do and then the dancing and when I was there for it just for hours but name at the end of the day after the auditions over and very Weisser came into the dressing Barry and Fran came in and said can you give us a year and I was out there and I said can you give me a minute I mean I was like drenched in sweat and I kind of wanted to go just to have the experience of having in your condition I don't even know if I wanted to really make the commitment to do this at that time I just wanted the experience of that so I needed a minute and then I get the call that site was not convinced of my singing which I don't blame him I mean it's not my strong suit and he wanted to have another work session in Los Angeles with me and it was really really challenging on the way they operate in not everyone in New York but the way they talk to you it's not fluffy like they do out in Hollywood he was tough on me really tough on me and I thought I was gonna like burst into tears many times during that work session it was really really hard and I got back in the car and I called them and I said look I really want to do it because if there can be like this week thank you now and they said well psych woman just called and he completely like thinks your magical and you your you got the top like say what how did that happen I thought he hated me he was so scary but it was amazing to be around him this man who's you know written all this incredible music he said he was tough on you what did he do that seem so tough move your arms up doing it that way wasting it like that start again start like really what you what you think what happened in those in a work session like littering like like the orange new getting completely fake verbal hippie Ste but I think that's just the way you know he's just a very strong man with that we knew what he wanted no one's like fuzzy a world you know it's it's a tough job and they got to make sure you're doing it right so we you know when we got there it was it was wonderful I mean incredible the rehearsal process was just so much fun and so filled with so much joy for me but there you know they can be tough on you well let's hear you sing from the cast recording and this is if my friends could see me now it was just such a great lyric by Dorothy fields too here's my guess Christina Applegate if they could.
"cy coleman" Discussed on Marty and McGee
"I mean, I also did I directed a few of them. I think the boys nece bears is a pretty good one. There. You know, there's a bunch of them. There's a bunch of them. And there's there's like one live, though gets knocked out. And then he when they come back to consciousness. Is is talked into the idea that he's boss Hogg. There's another one where I get a hold of some bad water or something, and I turned into evil, Luke. Baloney, but it was so much fun to do. So when you're at these events, I've talked we we both know race car drivers, and professional athletes, and and the strangest stuff that had autograph. What's what do people people? Have you? Autographed our bodies and. You know, not so much anymore. These days back in the days could be kind of embarrassing where they'd ask you this. You know, we the twenty thing is we signed a lot of car parts what he'll bring their if they've got a replica the general they'll bring a door to sign or or trunk lid or something like that. So we do a lot of that. How much improvisation was there during sorry? I got one finger in my you're trying to make sure I can hear everything how much improvisation was there, Tom when you guys were shooting. How scripted was everything how much did you in John and everyone freelance or wherever they had they had some scripted stuff. I mean there there was definitely a script. But we would try to make it palatable. I mean, I was never that impressed with our writers. I know that especially stuff like with boss and Rosco. Those guys they created a lot of their own stuff. And they were they were brilliant that it it was like watching laurel and hardy do stuff, you know. It was amazing the stuff they came. Up with and me, John, you know, basically, we just had a good time. We would say kind of what they wanted us to say. But we might say it in our own way. And of course, there's no Cussing, no blood, no sex. We had a lot of fun anyway. Well, James bast? I mean, he lived here North Carolina not far from where we are sold him doing some phenomenal reasonable theater around here. I know I know you obviously have had a great stage career we talked to berry Williams from from the fan of CB from Brady bunch about this. And he said the best part of his life. Now is the generational part of this which is people bringing their kids and grandkids. And now they love it just as much as their parents and grandparents did is that's something that you see these. Oh, yeah. We we definitely see that. It's crazy. It's crazy when an eight year old come up and call you call you do boy. When you when you were when you were aspiring, you know, when you're in a Spiring actor and this show has not materialized yet. What did your dream look like your look, no matter what you went on to do after the dukes of hazzard. You're always Luke do your Duke forever. And so what what what was the dream for you? And what was it like when you realize? Okay. This is an iconic character. That's gonna follow me. Well, you know, again, like we said before you can't really know that. My dream before. I was on Broadway before I did dukes. I I did a Broadway show called I love my wife. I played lead one of the leading guys. And surely after dukes, I was back on Broadway and ninety one replacing the same guy in another Cy Coleman show. And there is a pretty good segment of the population on the east coast. That's familiar seeing me and in Broadway shows, and I've had a great deal of luck. There one thing that was interesting back when we were doing the show. Actually, you know, we talk about Jim best in the range. He had the Elsa taught a class and one of his students was named Quinton guarantee. No. Wow. Well, so tarintino show up for gyms class, and then he would sleep in the classroom. Jim.
"cy coleman" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Get loose zone. Autozone. Ready for the start of the second-half here. The horned frogs Texas longhorns TCU leading it by four thirty five. Thirty one John didn't leave your producer engineers, Joe cya Billick. Three officials says we duck service during lucky twenty four ready to get the second hand started. Hand frogs John mentioned forty two percent from. Nine turnovers circle though by Jamie Dixon, but the eight outfits of rebound really kept admitted as a fraud shoot. Only forty two percent. But had second chance points that totaled up to the hand have a really good job. Getting those second chance points was put back for those eight rebounds brand that's all Miller Samuel doing damage there. Nice job by the fall, pretty brisk. That's it was get ready for the start of the second year frogs Goodell. Alex Robinson Kwok knowing Desmond vein, Katie Miller and Kevin sand floor here. The lineup. This Jamie, Dixon, really likes. Out against Kansas state. He was never able to get to it. Obviously right Coleman. Start the second half along. With Roach also county and Jackson pays here for the Texas longhorns. Frogs with it they work left to right. Introduce J T Miller OSA calcium picked up a couple of pounds the first half on his back. Miller works right comes back left shoulder down. Bye, tracy. Miller's eighties. Come tonight. Thirty seven thirty one dollars six point margin. JD blake. Tamp side for the networks Coleman's penetrates here on Robinson. Let's gifted off the polevault said calcium cops brings it back down fix it. Back now to data rainy right between the circles back, right? And Cy Coleman. Atrial Hayes Hayes back then swings. It back out had Cousy thought about it works with rail the shot clock into lane. He'll go spin around JD Miller the turnaround this. This. What? Boy, great defense right there by JD Miller in the frauds had Hayes covered up trying to get it inside the hair Robertson for three had a great look Samuel. Does a nice job tablet, back Robinson's. Go to save it here to Desmond bane Bain takes it all the run takes belying kirwin Roach to summit. Missile rocket. Make the accounts comes up with the rebound pain. Started here in the second half that a trade should here, although runner Kobe kicks it over the corner Ramey fired three scoring forty right radio the three quarter. He's a double digits here. Now thirty seven thirty four played a good game tonight pal out fraud is ranked quicken on Robinson. Threes four sisters. Well, the second personal there does a freshman at a Saint Louis played at Webster groves where they want to state titles all time leading score and assists maker there at Webster groves have Saint Louis was her. Lear the state of Missouri senior here's a country. Baynes drawn to the rim wrap around pass come to Santa. Boy, pain attack the rim right there draws the attention. What's Ramey and Hayes tied up wrap around pass their Samuel finishes it up saying folks thirty nine thirty four calc- back out front. We come here now to bat going home with. Back out to also cow. Ski back. Not a Roach grow chill, the blue JD, Lillard, separates and scores here from Tintri trading. He didn't get called for a foul fares. Wilkes kind of get the open shot three point ballgame thirty nine thirty six shock is smart. Looks on fear Texas, sixty one wins fifty seven losses. Robinson left elbow pulls the trigger on a jump off. The Mark Bain was undercut. This should be a foul Texas that it will be. This was going to be. They're gonna put it on wrote. A Roach kirwin Roku slid underneath Desmond Bain was it for a second. Here's Robinson outta inbound. Struggled to do does about a dozen Bain, right? Quarters out to Judy Miller. Miller between the circles not Alex Robinson Robinson. Divers spring from Samuel Robinson value Samuel brings it down works around the rent that is armed up. Score at its holy one. Thirty six Bronx by five that's pure strength. Right there penetration here. Trying to flip it out to OSA turnover, Texas. Seventeen twelve the play this game a smart targeted. Tony Padilla all smiles as he walks by the official. Eleven turnovers. The frogs force tonight. Gets up out of this way. Should here. Over Hanes savior. Runback twice now in a row have the horned frogs going right after Hayes her when Roach three off the Mark rebound Robertson can't get it pays taps. Six hundred fifty employees. Time..