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"danny alvin" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show

The Fantasmagorium Show

07:29 min | 3 months ago

"danny alvin" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show

"It's what. I can't believe it's been thirty two years also. I didn't want to give a big shoutout to the prince soundtrack anytime we can. Give danny alvin score like everything that movie is. I don't know like is is the music. More epic are up to you. Yeah just just like all art. Subjective films objective in all buzek. Pretty much subjective. So yeah happy. Happy thirty second anniversary and i like i said i can't believe it's been thirty. Two long years makes me feel old. Scotty oh but the film still holds up. Doesn't make me feel old at all. I look at it. And i'm like this is exactly where i should be. This is this is batman. So i really i i like it because it recaptures minus all. Yeah so harrison. Ford got hurt. Yeah did so yeah. Let's jump right into that news once again and this seems to be kind of a trend for mr ford. He likes the no no no not just old like he you know i think he i think in the first it was either. I think it's an empire strikes back but it could be wars. He broke his leg. Because some part of the millennium falcon fell on it He knows that there was force awakens. Yes i wasn't i. Yeah i thought it was going way back but He tends to crashed the plane during a shooting of film Now it looks like he hurt his shoulder. We don't know how bad or how how long it might you know when someone in advanced years takes a little longer to heal. Obviously even though. I think he's an incredible shape me. Look at you know for for his age. He looks like he's in incredible shape but so it might take a little longer to heal. Looks like the The they're not going to shut down they're gonna continue filming on how the film everything they need to sands mr ford at hope that he recovers quickly but man now know that was pretty much the headline news this morning. Movie off awoke. i did see that. Harrison ford hurt his shoulder while rehearsing an action scene. And i understand and like how old is he like. We've already covered this. In terms of how old harrison ford is but quite frankly are. I'm going to wait until the movie is released. And then i'm gonna judge based on the movie because quite frankly a lot of people get hurt on a lot of movies not yeah like. It was a big hubbub. When tom cruise got he didn't he bought himself up doing all of his own stunts. And he's he's not a young man. He's fifty something and harrison ford playing indiana jones. It's been one of the main criticisms of venue. Indiana jones is like he's old and it's like as long as indiana jones does not look old. I really don't care how old harrison ford and look i. I think clint eastwood is like twenty years older than harrison ford and he's still megan movies and behind in front of the camera. So i don't. I don't i'm not an age. I don't really care about how old somebody is I i criticize I think more about wear this. Indiana jones takes place. And how that how. How kind of fits in the indiana jones. Chronology the timeline. Other than that. I don't i don't care And and look like you said people get accurate in actresses get hurt all the time and it may not even be doing some crazy stunt were were. There should have been a stunt double. It could be like like what happened here or you just rehearsing a routine kind of thing and and something happens up the pops in your shoulder. You sprain an ankle. Something things happen. Especially when you're you know harrison ford old. Yeah and of course is in everybody's gonna jump on that unfortunately so that's the big news of the day. I i don't know if it's much much ado about anything. Roll see how long it takes for him to. Are you excited for the new indiana jones movie. I'm not i am. I am excited. Let me preface up to say. I do think james mangold is an amazing director An amazing filmmaker. And i do. I am looking for to see what he can do with it. I didn't care for the last two. Indiana jones movies loves errors. their kingdom. you didn't like holy grail. Who how dude. We have conversation. I didn't care for them in raiders. Really my favorite series. I've i've watched them all. It's fine temple. Doom is my favorite. So we have diverting it like we have. We have strange opinions no matter what we do So yes so. I'm in the grand scheme of things. I'm look i'm going to. It's an indiana jones movie. I'm going to see it's like star wars to see. Yeah i saw the last star. Wars movie almost ran into the theater. Oh i never saw at the theater version. That's right you didn't missing horrible movie. No no what okay. Anyway that's a whole other a whole 'nother topic for a home. I'm looking forward to movies. That i want to see a 'cause apparently there's like a four k ultra collection. Oh yeah let's jump to that. So on our very first episode we told you about a four k a volume to columbia classic volume. Two ultra fourcade big box version. Where they basically. I think it's six movies and we broke it down. You're like man. These these are great. Lose to get in one collection. And i promise everybody we are not paid by sony or columbia already money. The show would be a lot better if we were. But we did find this Like official trailer for that for that box at at because i liked the set so much. I'm like well. Let's bring it to the show and you know. Hopefully you guys will like it as much as i do. But i thought it'd be cool to see a visual representation instead of just us talking about and if you're on audio trust us it's it looks great talking people aren't just or just bad but people are many things know. Friendship has been the most important of my life. Talk.

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"danny alvin" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

09:23 min | 6 months ago

"danny alvin" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

"But Yeah is is incredible and We're going to be thought. It'd be i listen to on. It's amazing the amount of detail you go to in building a song i. It's the same or if you go. A master's degree might as well put use. Definitely did we're talk about that when we talk about. He doesn't deserve you. I i'm blown away by. I'm blown away. It's still trail the. I have to ride the laughing. Name eve also written a soundtrack for an award winning indie movie. Those that was less of a soundtrack to me more me banging a load of instruments and saying what sound second create from it. I was in france on a a unique trip and gig at a pub. Just 'cause i was. I went out for the night a found in a statistic into this student that was out a stand by how he's he's film. Directors like s co. I've always wanted to do harm. Soundtracks news michael. I have a horrid made me let me send it to you see what you can do. Things could performa watched it for how now about some guy having a brain snap like a eraserheads style. Yeah i just played around with as much golden stuff. As a kids and musical to rewrite everything musical twos ago still use all the structures. The era music was indeed orient. Or something like that i why. Why does this sound. Good as a try to do like danny alvin stuffing with no make make it a bit more john cage. Yeah it's so is trying to create a cups on you. I mean imitations are probably one of the most important things you can have a music. If you restrict yourself to just being in court in a song you you'll find lots of different things that you can do that being a whereas if you've got old if the courts the new in a paradox the choice of what to i put over this. We're gonna jump ahead to day second track and just talk about it. He doesn't deserve you. You tune the guitar using proceed was unusual guitar tuning in tuning up semi joan each tomato qatar jangling. Why jim june the actual guitar in what you mean the so of messing around the i did. Yeah yeah i in a lot of flack for that. Because i've been booked for a gig april roughing. That's ready hopeful but happens. I decided to get a little band together to just have more musicians playing. This is just me playing by myself on his pen. Ready to give musicians. Who want the chance to pull so full of timofey from let them play my music and the think he the guitar cycle in hates the tune. In 'cause it's just like one step off it's one semi tone up and the high chain down to a c. Shot so scott like a unisom ring with the string but the tracks also sped up by five bpm from when i recorded it. So it's a couple of sense off from a natural chaining to record the song or two regarded as you plan yet. So he he come practice along with at home because it all sounds wrong and he can't practice to anyway because he hates the chain in any call and figure out what the hell is meant to be playing of showing them feet. We've got to look at it down getting it together. But we've gone for a few times and which just so a waiting for the studio type against the today for this just to play in the the gig april. The song sad recorded in air in. I'm kinda dumb with alcohol. More songs to stoke in on with so talk. Talk about who. You meyer david. Bowie placebo. The cure at you also mentioned something. When meatloaf's in ohio a deluge of it me. Life was probably the first musicians already into Michael jackson was safest smith criminal And then meatloaf. I just loved how so epoch. He made his music like it was not a simple single pop song. Is you with them. You you get the full experience like say a rock up pro on every single track eating care five six minutes gone. No i agree with you. Likes of a song. Have you ever seen him a concert. I've watched videos on youtube and stuff like that but I saw i saw him in concert. Lou show he's saying he's insane and now the faa seeing him alive. Think about see the energy on youtube videos. Eddie put him in a live shell It was a great night. I forget who is headlined for. It could have been a big green. But i'm probably wrong. I what i've been. Somebody brought concert statements about selling. It's now because i remember on facebook. I said oh yeah i went to meet. They fronted for queen and my girlfriend who went to the concert through said. You're wrong. I forget i forget who she told me it was. There was some other ban incredible. Show i always say if you can remember night. you didn't enjoy enough anyway. Let should be a quote. I used to publish that man. I'll to come ashore at some point. So tell me about the transfer going to hear next a history of violent great. So this is this is another part of the ep. The arrived at university. He doesn't you a history of They go they go into each of a history of violence was the fed trachoni and he doesn't deserve he was the full of a star wars. The and an history findings so of deals with the relationship of this completely terrible dysfunctional couple. Light that drug addicts constantly fighting and bickering. Just been horrible to each other. But they're still that semblance of love sto- in them they don't really know anything else so it's not really on other people to tell that couple of weather there in lebanon because you can still be really violent and love someone at the same time. I'm not like consigning spouse who abuse. It's a terrible thing like this gonna help like if you experience it. Get help line or something like that. This is completely fictional is just like you know the the parents in south park can parents constantly fighting in. They're always angry. H of a together for reason like they still love each other and wants to be with each other. It's whole so contrast in dynamic of violence in the relationship and it's both sides. Well if you take the via contacts out about Basically creative craig store of a dysfunctional relationship regardless whether it is violence in there because a lot of people are in dysfunctional relationships forever. I so i i. You couldn't Anybody listen to song can relate to it. Relate to it or violence comes in many forms. Yeah right now so Well i think people get a lot at that and your artistic brandishing of that horrible situation is well thought. Show if to relate to it though. Please seek help. These are fictional characters. You know men surly notice on ear site. I do notice on your website. You are very clear about that. And you also put the helplines for domestic abuse. Sister line there can. It's okay yeah. I no yeah definitely so next. Stop working on a history of violence.

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"danny alvin" Discussed on MZNOW with Michael Zavala

MZNOW with Michael Zavala

07:44 min | 6 months ago

"danny alvin" Discussed on MZNOW with Michael Zavala

"Thing they're hitting this brick associated ten minutes just to hit this bray agree. Thanks okay. this is something. I totally forgot about what i did like about it. All right i wanted to see green lantern. I want worship zam or something the lead to him now there might be in there and i didn't see it because the way i viewed it but i did love marshview underway. Zack snyder intended it. Did you not watch it. Did you watch it with a projector. I'm going to clear up the holes here this next week but listen. I only have ailing the veiling of martian manhunter week. I thought it was saying the end. I'm about the scene. I don't wanna go. Oh my in the actual movie. I thought was weak and just thrown in just because to make people happy. Well i mean if they're gonna eventually if they really want it to go off the way slim. Oh with the way The button they're going to need more characters that can do cool things. And that's going to be with marsha and hunter green lantern and suzanne. And as that's going to take a few more movies or whatever they wanna do. I mean this thing is so. It's so matteo cyborg and just put somebody else in. They shouldn't have ever put cyborg in with that. They should have been green lantern. Marsha manhattan perfect doom patrol. Yeah he. He works way better on doom patrol than he does and this justice league movie. I like his backstory better. I mean at the same scene where it seemed like everything i've ever seen a cyborg in like this guy is the complete lee. Different depressed Angst ridden character. That i've seen in must carry on doom patrol right. Well yeah misfit. He's just kind of yeah you or at least a little time for it to kind of sink again. Yeah and that's what i think too. 'cause i was talking to a buddy of mine and i said i feel like batman. I feel like not on a huge batman fan. It's more these movies. Have all been about really superman. And i feel like batmans in there because batmans part of the big three superman trudging. I think i think the first justice league incarnation on in in cinematic history or send. 'em whatever i'm sorry i'm i'm tired. The first justice league should actually. It should be about superman. It's all about first of all. It's about superman batmans relationship and then right from then. I feel like it's really. He doesn't really understand batman. In general. And i think that it will battle a under. I'm sorry sorry in time. Yeah how many batman have we had in the last thirty years. How many not enough not need to answer is not enough. Don't need to explore that story. i don't wanna. I don't wanna see that. I just wanna see him. Do batman tech. So here's what they shouldn't have had cyborg. Cyborgs the hacker in the group right. That should be batman. The zacks lender not watch any of the animated justice league. That bruce timm and all these guys did for years and years and years he should have gone back and watch that because they figured it out. They figured out relationship. But then you're saying the same thing like why does the run runaround fast they got superman run around fast. He can do that but flashes faster. I think right and gets that's the whole thing. Thinks faster does things faster. I mean bank. it's been the world around but can you go to different dimensions. Oh i like the score in the original theatrical cut better. I could be wrong but i thought that danny alvin did the score in the original or there is a tribute to. You could definitely there one thing. I did passively notice. Notice was the difference in music all in on it attitude and everything. Yeah all in all. I think it was just a missed opportunity. I think this could have been great even building up to doomsday all. This could have been great under somebody else doing building up the dark side what i say doomsday dark site the whole thing even tweak the story a little bit could great i all in all. This is a missed opportunity. How about how about how about this. How about this. How about you just treat this as yet. It kinda sucks but this is this is where we're going to start and step off from. We're not w's done with them. He said he already had plans for two and three. So here's what his plan was. I don't know this is true or not if you kind of b. s. and i'm hoping he was but he said that bruce wayne would have died which by the way bruce wayne would have survived. Okay so okay. Oh just like Just like Lynn iron man died. Yeah bruce wayne would have died. But here the new batman would be. He would be the son of lois and clark. That would be the new batman. Are you kidding me. Get the f out. He who of he's walking out. it's slow motion. This has been going on this whole scene than talking by the way. This flash seen the fastest man on earth is the longest in the movie. All and slow. It is yeah. That's the one thing i didn't like about the storyline tuesday. Everybody everything that was happening. Tragic in their life Was because of car-crash like cyborgs. Mom died in a car crash. Right okay this full has a question of this girl. she's getting had an accident in a car crash. Your you can't come up with something else. Probably like stanley just naming people just the things you see table man anyway all in all let me give it a great and an era give it a great i would say the original cut i thought was. I thought it was a sixty original cut. I'm gonna give this one a five point five slightly less. i'm only it would have been higher. Had the eighty percent buildup and better. So i liked that the version better because it was quicker i felt entertain the entire way. Music was great. I didn't need all this nonsense. Cyborg just complaining more. This movie really needs cyborg just talking about how bad his life sucks even more and more car crashes. We only have three scenes where cyborg talked about. How life is life sucks. Well let's do more. We gotta hit that four hour art. Cyborgs should've been like smoking a cigarette and constantly drinking. Yeah what would you would you give an air I i'm not gonna off the previous one. Because i really don't know what the difference are just like i'm gonna base off storyline alone with this one. I would say a five. Because this story releasing they consider nowhere and the cramming everything into one and a lot of side trails or chasing a lot of stuff that at the end of the day a lot of branches. But it mean. You don't need if you can prune those branches let's get to the meat and potatoes of it and like i really had no type of investment like mother boxes. Yeah and i'm like why. Call them mother box when something else. It's like bother box auto box. Well okay life cases but then this just goes back to like the similarities between nc in dc where you say no. I'm not just saying the movies. I'm just saying the actual a half actual a lot of the people from dc back in the day when they created back because these older the marble so back in the day when they're doing comics some of the marvel got started. And they took some of the writers and stuff from dc. So all iron was a batman. Essentially you know they just took a lot of the ideas they took from dc and they just kind of tweak them slightly and made him from death stroke and Deadpool are pretty much the same person right within the trump. This play in that zacks matter kind of this show by the way that we have more hours to fill. Do you wanna talk about how bad your life sucks poor. Well you know. I'm a tv. Mechanical voice.

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"danny alvin" Discussed on WLRN News

WLRN News

03:06 min | 6 months ago

"danny alvin" Discussed on WLRN News

"All right. We opened up with we're in the money. That's what we'd like to be by the end of the week. And we want, Of course you to contribute towards that goal more with Suzanne. In a moment we're in the money. We're fresh played to you from a 78 rpm put on LP. From May 31st. Grab the June 7th 1945. But Clayton on trumpet, Flip Phillips on tenor sax, Teddy Wilson, Piano Slam Stored base and Danny Alvin drums. Mm. And then our Basie features for the night boogie Woogie. Which was first recorded On the 26th of March, 1937. Let's give you the Soloist in the original Jimmy rushing, saying Buck Clayton played trumpet. From the volume one the best of Basciano roulette in stereo. Recorded June and July of 1960. We heard of course with that his singer. Joe Williams. This is recorded October 8th 1936 originally as we mentioned Rather I'm sorry, Marge. And Joe Newman on trumpet Billy Mitchell on The saxophone for Boogie Woogie. The calendar also shows that PB Russell Clarinetist and totally different style than any other clarinet issue here was born in Maple Wood, Missouri, on the 27th of March, 1906. And he played Two gold exactly like you. With Ruby Braff on trumpet. But Freeman on tennis ax, Victor consider on trombone Carl Keefe on drums Charlie Potter base and that pierce piano. Arranged by that Pierce. New York City. And sessions of February 1958. And we played some Johnny Guarnieri for you. Not a household name. But Johnny Guarnieri became famous of the Jazz world because Artie Shaw Had a small group called the Gravity five and a handful of tunes that he recorded. With the gravity five had a harpsichord and Johnny Guarnieri played a jazz hops accord. This time we played from Johnny's own. Record of music of Walter Donaldson. He played Little medley of Yes, sir. That's my baby. My baby just cares for me. And it was with Ray Leatherwood on base and Danny Pucillo on drums. Recorded a 1987. And wrapping it up. We're in the money. One of the people who sang the song from the movie The Gold Diggers of 1933. That was Dick Powell. We have the money, Suzanne. Yes, we are And what a great way to kick off this edition. Our spring. Shout.

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"danny alvin" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

Dan Barreiro

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"danny alvin" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

"Please stay tuned for the fan. Who well she sneaks down. I believe Down there nanny well he's Properly and legally socially distance. We haven't seen studio as Seen Louis in studio for quite some time. So get him on the phone. He's brought to you by. Nfp INSURANCE THE LEGENDS WITH LOUIS SERIES as we say hi to Louis Continues with another legend. That'S WHY WE CALL LEGENDS WITH LOUIS IN CONSENT ON consecutive weeks. It's been bowman Schader. Sinden Esposito and now doc emrick kind enough to join us on the White Clinic and cataract hotline Doc. Welcome back to the show. We much appreciate your time. Say Hi to your Guy Lou. Nanny well after four guys on the Mount Rushmore mocking selling tickets to see. And then you'd have the vote that do this those guys. How are you doing doc? Nice to hear from you. You're just as I said so many times. It's a pleasure hours to talk with you and it's certainly a pleasure to listen to you. You know I got the good fortune of working over the years with the best hockey. Broadcasters Danny Alvin Dan Kelly Al Shaver goal. I never and I. I was hoping you were going to come work the state tournament. One I on with you but I've never worked with you at the stake tournament or and then each game. That's one thing in life that I miss well a lot of times. We were in the same building together. But YOU WANNA more official capacity than you were in charge of team or or something like that. I remember time with Bill Clement. And you and I toured the mets sportscenter. And you were talking about your team and you were all also talking about lucky seat. At that time you were a little more superstation and.

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"danny alvin" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

Dan Barreiro

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"danny alvin" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

"Please stay tuned for. The Fan. Who? Well she sneaks. World Anti. Down I. down there. Nanny. Well he's properly and legally socially distance. We haven't seen studio as seen. Louis in studio for quite some time, so get him on the phone. He's brought to you by NFP insurance. The legends with Louis, series, as we say hi to Louis. Continues with another legend. THAT'S WHY WE CALL LEGENDS WITH LOUIS IN CONSENT. On consecutive weeks. It's been Bowman Schader Sinden Esposito, and now doc emrick kind enough to join us on the White Clinic and Cataract Hotline Doc. Welcome back to the show. We much appreciate your time. Say Hi to your Guy Lou Nanny. Well after four guys on the Mount Rushmore mocking. Selling tickets to see. And then you'd have the vote that. Do this. Those guys. How are you? DOING DOC! Nice to hear from you. You're just. As I said so many times. It's a pleasure hours to talk with you, and it's certainly a pleasure to listen to you. You know I got the good fortune of working over the years with the best. Hockey Broadcasters Danny Alvin. Dan Kelly Al Shaver. Goal I never and I. I was hoping you were going to come and work the State Tournament One I on with you, but I've never worked with you at the stake tournament, or and then each game. That's one thing in life that I miss. Well a lot of times we were in the same building together, but you have more capacity than. You were in charge of a team or or something like that. I remember time with Bill Clement. And you and I toured the mets sportscenter. And you were talking about your team and you were all also talking about lucky seat. At that time you were a little more superstation than.

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"danny alvin" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

Dan Barreiro

12:58 min | 1 year ago

"danny alvin" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

"And in Bligh Levin and they were they just had these guys that in fearless is all. I can think of but they weren't going to. They just weren't gonNA lose and every one of them almost to a person when it mattered came through and you know I think that's a testament to pay and the rest of the staff no-doubt thought you know. Just one little thing is when he didn't run out onto the field any just let them now. It was just. It's a it's a subtle thing but it was. It was important. I think to all the success that he had going forward from that. Stay tuned for more on those nineteen eighty-seven Minnesota twins this week. We think we're going to have frank viola on because he's going to be watching game seven that. Dan talked about being televised on Fox sports north. Tonight we'll get his reaction on Thursday show all right legends with Lou Nanny. We went inside the hockey world but off the ice and out of the general manager sweet to the broadcast booth. The One and only Mike Doc emrick was our guest this week on legends with Lou Lou. How BEGINNING DOWN BUS PROGRAM NANNY? Well he's properly and legally socially distance we haven't seen studio as Seen Louis in Studio for quite sometime so get him on the phone brought to you by. Nfp INSURANCE THE LEGENDS WITH LOUIS SERIES. As we say hi to Louie Continues with another legend. That's why we call it legend's with Louis on consecutive weeks. It's been bowman say they're Sinden Esposito? And now doc emrick kind enough to join. Us ON THE WEDDING CLINIC. Classic and Cataract Hotline Doc. Welcome back to the show. We much appreciate your time. Say Hi to your Guy Nanny well after those four guys were on the Mount Rushmore Hockey. Selling tickets seat. And then you'd have the vote that all just like you. In this vein. All those guys how are you? We're doing Dr Nice to hear from you. You just as I said so many times. It's a pleasure to talk with you and it certainly pleasure to listen to you. You Know I. I've had the good fortune of working over the years with the best hockey. Broadcasters Danny Alvin Dan Kelly Al Shaver Bob Goal. I never and I was. I was hoping you were going to come and work the state tournament. I I've been on with you but I've never worked with you at the state tournament or and then each game. That's one thing in life that I miss well a lot of times. We were in the same building together. But you're more official capacity that I was you. Were in charge of a team or or something like that. I remember a time when Bill Clement and you and I toured the mets sportscenter and you were talking about your team and you were all also talking about lucky seat. At that time you were a little more superstation than you are. Now and how you maybe. In the middle of sitting in a seat North Stars would score a goal and so you would remain in that position. Oh Yeah not only remaining in the seat. I've had times when I've had to hold onto a desk from the first period right through to third period and my arms were numb by the end of the game. Because I requested for you now when the North Stars would go to you guys ever a stay at the Drake Hotel. Yes we did. We were the first team. I got him to stay the Drake Hotel. We were the first team. Nhl To do that. And that's why they used to treat me so well and I actually had one of our sons bridal grooms dinner at the Drake Hotel. Well here's my question. There are only ten stories in the Drake Hotel. So how did you get a room? Twenty three Drake Hotel Louis. Got Twenty eight the sweet and I put a three on it doc. I will say good if you probably because you're if you're at games you're generally working them. There is nothing like watching a hockey game from the Lou Nanny. Sweet or set a seats that he happens to be at that is a I. Don't at some point you stop watching the game and you start watching Louis reaction to the game. There is nothing like it. He is frenetic he never stops. He never stops talking. A frankly never stops swearing. It's an outstanding ensemble of of auditory. You know enjoyment. I'll bet it is in forty seven years of my being professional hockey. He is the only person I know who was a season ticket holder for eighteen before he played for the team. That's right that's a great point. See I was a season figure it because I was playing with the Olympic team and I don't want to turn pro right then. I bought tickets to the North Stars. First Year and I used to do the post game show scoreboard show for the North Stars on TV. And then I joined them after. The Olympic Games rover that year. I remember when they When when the flyers broadcasting flyers in for a couple of sequences like with the battles tech I couldn't hold his job and so I was coming with the flyers and this was at a time when norm green had the Had the north stars before the name got changed the stars and then eventually moved to Dallas. But they were they were Have auctioning They were having raffles. And our and the players would Would buy raffle tickets because the prizes were so big and so and so we would have to hold the tickets for the players and they would by huge amounts of these of these and sometimes they would win The flyers players never won but there were occasions where visiting players would actually win these things in in the At the met Sportscenter wild history About getting back in the days and they were fun times. And that's part of the reason that I was looking forward to coming on was to just have a few laughs about those times. Do you know that coming up on? Friday is a legendary birthday in Minnesota hockey history. John Message have another birthday on Friday. That's right. Ut just said when I think it was strategy. That's right. Yeah yeah those are always great milestone birthday odd because they should have lots of candles and lots of people saying Happy Birthday. That's for sure. I got a chance to meet John a few years ago. Nbc Got Together Five guys from the nineteen sixty team in squaw valley and we sat around a round table in Squaw valley in the very building. Where all of the all of the teams in nineteen sixty would come to have lunch and it was the it was the commissary for all of the athletes and all of the sports and of all places that's where They had made meet a and I'll never forget. They told me that on the first day that they arrived. They got seventeen one dollar bills. That was their allowance for the entire Olympics. Wow at dollar day dollar a day. Things have changed a little be back after the gold medal while it turned out. They got the gold medals on the on the day that they defeated the checks on that Sunday morning and he had to be back at work at the station on Monday so they got out of that day. I mean there was no basking in glory after they become the gold medal. Winners in nineteen sixty had to be back at the station the next day and it was wonderful to have met those guys into have had time with them. Because I was fourteen years old at the time and I got a rare of hockey on. Us television We were getting. Nhl Games on Saturday afternoons In in nineteen sixty on CBS. And we also got some of that last game against the checks and black and white. Tv Yes and it was pretty snowy. Where I was. Yeah because I why I remember watching him. It was different DOC. Emrick is our guest on legends. With LOUIS DOC. Let me ask you something that. I don't think I asked you last time. We had John if I did. Forgive me because my memory's not very good as a as a Gary Indiana boy which is where I am from originally. I'm reminded that you were born in La Fontaine Indian. Ah where I'm embarrassed to say. I don't know where Lafontaine Indiana is. What the world doesn't care about eighty miles south of you south a little bit us if you were to take a Indianapolis is Dead Center. This thing right so if you were to go halfway. North Michigan border and put a dot right in the middle of that area. That's that's where you'd find it if you ever seen the movie hoosiers. Yes that would be the ERA IN WICHITA NINETEEN FIFTIES. We had a town about the size of of the The one that was portrayed in the movie our population was six hundred and twenty seven in the nineteen fifty cents. We had a gym. That was very much like that. We had a stage at one end where the ban would play and watch the Games and a wall at the other end and the trophy case. Not Too far away and there were thirteen. Celebrities in town with twelve varsity players and the coach and everything revolved around the basketball team. That was our Erin. That's what it was like. And it was rural Indiana and it was wonderful and my life didn't change really much in terms of what I wanted to do for a living until I saw the Fort Wayne. Comets Played Muskegon Zephyr. One night in Fort Wayne Indiana and a guy that I think you've heard of Louis Con Madigan played for Fort Wayne and got in a fight. Two seconds left in sudden death overtime with the player coach for Muskegon named Moose. Lallo and I was hooked on hockey from that moment on that Gone Madigan yet quite reputation quite a career and he ended up with the blues. The enough you finding made the NHL we oldest rookie ever to be NHL thirty eight. He makes I snow here every once in a while. He lives out in Portland Oregon. Well you know you anticipated my question. I I love the way you lay out when hockey got in your blood to that point. Would you classify yourself as a basketball guy who suddenly had an epiphany or or what were you up until that that particular gain that that seemed to change everything for baseball? I still love baseball but I wanted to be a baseball announcer up until the end just because that was what we had a as their only exposure. We didn't really have an exposure to hockey. We couldn't get hockey games on television Except until nineteen sixty that exposure we got from the Olympics and a little bit about Gel but when the comments came to Fort Wayne which was an hour away and I started badgering my parents to take my brother and made it a game and finally when I was fourteen day relented and that. That was the epiphany moment but until that time it was baseball. I still love baseball. I Still Pittsburgh Pirate Fan and I have one of my ambitions and Michael has said whenever I get the town. I'm hoping for a wild playoff series sometime when the saints are playing but my back is said you can walk the pig out to deliver the ball and I'm fire whenever that time comes so I'm looking forward to meeting him because I did meet his father once upon a time and I enjoyed that conversation a lot and I'm sure I would enjoy one with Michael Vick to..

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"danny alvin" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

Dan Barreiro

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"danny alvin" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

"Program. Nanny. Well he's properly and legally. Distance? We haven't seen studio as Seen Louis in studio for quite sometime, so get him on. The phone brought to you by NFP, insurance the legends with Louis Series as we say hi to Louie. continues with another legend. That's why we call it. Legend's with Louis. On consecutive weeks it's been bowman say they're Sinden Esposito and now doc emrick kind enough to join us on the Wedding Clinic Classic, and Cataract Hotline Doc Welcome back to the show. We much appreciate your time. Say Hi to your Guy Nanny. Well after those four guys on the Mount Rushmore, hockey. Selling tickets to seat. And then you'd have the vote that all just like you in this vein all. Those guys. How are you? Doing Dr Nice to hear from you, you just. As I said so many times. It's a pleasure to talk with you and it certainly a pleasure to listen to you. You know I I've had the good fortune of working over the years with the best hockey broadcasters Danny. Alvin Dan Kelly Al, Shaver, Bob, goal I, never and I. was I was hoping you were going to come and work the state tournament? I I've been on with you, but I've never worked with you at the state tournament, or and then each game. That's one thing in life that I miss. Well a lot of times we were in the same building together, but you're more official capacity that I was. You were in charge of a team or or something like that. I remember a time when Bill Clement and you and I toured the mets sportscenter and you were talking about your team and you were all also talking about lucky seat. At that time you were a little more superstation than you are now and how you, maybe in the middle of sitting in a seat, north stars would score a goal, and so you would remain in that position Oh. Yeah, not only remaining in the seat, I've had times when I've had to hold onto a desk from the first period. Right through to third period, and my arms were numb by the end of the game because I. Requested for you now when the North Stars would go to you, guys ever stay at the drake. Hotel. Yes, we did. We were the first team. I got him to stay the Drake Hotel. We were the first team NHL to do that. And that's why they used to treat me so well and I actually had one of our sons bridal. grooms dinner at the Drake Hotel. Well, here's my question. There are only ten stories in the Drake Hotel. So, how did you get a room twenty three Drake Hotel? Louis I got twenty eight. The sweet and I put a three on it. Doc I will say good if. You probably because you're if you're at games, you're generally working. Them is nothing like watching a hockey game from the Lou nanny sweet or set a seats that he happens to be at that is a I. Don't at some point you stop watching the game and you start watching Louis reaction to the game. There is nothing like it. He is frenetic. He never stops. He never stops. Talking a frankly never stops swearing. It's an outstanding ensemble of of auditory. You know enjoyment. I'll bet it is in forty seven years of my being professional hockey. He is the only person I know. who was a season ticket holder for eighteen before he played for the team? That's right. That's a great point. See I was a season figure it because I was playing with the Olympic team and I. Don't want to turn pro right then. I bought tickets to the North Stars first year, and I used to do the post game show scoreboard show for the North Stars on TV, and then I joined them after the Olympic Games rover that year. I remember when they when when the flyers. Broadcasting Flyers, in for a couple of sequences like with the Babbel's Tech I couldn't hold his job, and so I was coming with the flyers, and this was at a time when norm green had the had the north stars before the name got changed the stars, and then eventually moved to Dallas, but they were they were have auctioning they were having raffles, and our and the players would would buy raffle tickets because the prizes were so big. And so and so we would have to hold the tickets for the players, and they would by huge amounts of these of these, and sometimes they would win. the flyers players never won, but there were occasions where visiting players would actually win these things in in the at the met sportscenter. Wild history about getting back in the days, and they were fun times, and that's part of the reason that I was looking forward to coming on was to just have a few laughs about those times. Do you know that coming up on? Friday is a legendary birthday in Minnesota hockey. History John. Message have another birthday on Friday. That's right Mariuchi just said when I think it was strategy. That's right. Yeah, yeah! Those are always great milestone birthday odd because. They should have lots of candles and lots of people saying happy birthday on. That's for sure. He I got a chance to meet John a few years ago. NBC got together. five guys from the nineteen sixty team in Squaw valley. And we sat around a round table in Squaw valley in the very building where all of the all of the teams in nineteen sixty would come to have lunch, and it was the it was the commissary for all of the athletes and all of the sports. And of all places that's where they had made. It was a and I'll never forget. They told me that on the first day that they arrived. They got seventeen one dollar bills. That was their allowance for the entire Olympics. Wow at dollar day dollar a day. Things have changed a little be back after the gold medal. While it turned out, they got the gold medals on the on the day that they defeated the checks on that Sunday morning and he had to be back at work at the station on Monday, so they got out of that day I mean there was no basking in glory after they become the gold medal winners in nineteen, sixty had to be back at the station the next day. and. It was wonderful to have met. Those guys into have had time with them. Because I was fourteen years old at the time and I got a rare hockey on US.

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"danny alvin" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

Dan Barreiro

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"danny alvin" Discussed on Dan Barreiro

"Continues with another legend. That's why we call it. Legend's with Louis. On consecutive weeks it's been bowman say they're Sinden Esposito and now doc emrick kind enough to join us on the Wedding Clinic Classic, and Cataract Hotline Doc Welcome back to the show. We much appreciate your time. Say Hi to your Guy Nanny. Well after those four guys on the Mount Rushmore, hockey. Selling tickets to seat. And then you'd have the vote that all just like you in this vein all. Those guys. How are you? Doing Dr Nice to hear from you, you just. As I said so many times. It's a pleasure to talk with you and it certainly a pleasure to listen to you. You know I I've had the good fortune of working over the years with the best hockey broadcasters Danny. Alvin Dan Kelly Al, Shaver, Bob, goal I, never and I. was I was hoping you were going to come and work the state tournament? I I've been on with you, but I've never worked with you at the state tournament, or and then each game. That's one thing in life that I miss. Well a lot of times we were in the same building together, but you're more official capacity that I was. You were in charge of a team or or something like that. I remember a time when Bill Clement and you and I toured the mets sportscenter and you were talking about your team and you were all also talking about lucky seat. At that time you were a little more superstation than you are now and how you, maybe in the middle of sitting in a seat, north stars would score a goal, and so you would remain in that position Oh. Yeah, not only remaining in the seat, I've had times when I've had to hold onto a desk from the first period. Right through to third period, and my arms were numb by the end of the game because I. Requested for you now when the North Stars would go to you, guys ever stay at the drake. Hotel. Yes, we did. We were the first team. I got him to stay the Drake Hotel. We were the first team NHL to do that. And that's why they used to treat me so well and I actually had one of our sons bridal. grooms dinner at.

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"danny alvin" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

15:40 min | 1 year ago

"danny alvin" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"Right and Annette's you'd made a comment to the effect a little steam punkish to you and I and I thought that was interesting. Because I'm wondering. You know the whole concept of doolittle it's like it's almost like the invention of steam punk. It's like that whole background concept of it's like an early steam punk nodding but it's almost like it was like like pre Stephen the originator of the steam punk that. Yeah you know it. They really didn't show any more of it. Once you got outside of doolittle's house So I wonder if it was intended to show that he was an innovator above and beyond a renaissance man of his time with all these inventions. But you did see a little bit of it on the water lily. The ship that That he sets off on his voyage with but none of it outside society so but yet did feel steamed punkish there was a series on net flicks a little while back the Lebanese thicket series of unfortunate events. I didn't like it. I didn't watch more than the first episode or two because I if you know the books I nothing goes right for these children and I just I don't want to entertain myself by watching advice. Fraud a shoddy Freud but The the production values the the lighting the way the characters are presented all felt very similar to Lebanese snick. It and there's a lot of steam punk element in the SNICK series too. I remember seeing that one. Come out that. I didn't look interesting to me so I didn't didn't follow it. Well before we get into a theme discussion. We of course need to mention the music and Danny. Alvin is actually a composer that I really like. I very rarely mentioned him. He doesn't do a ton of movies that we review but he has done a few and I usually like his his scores. This one is. I guess what you would call symphonic cycle which really fits the nature of the movie. I'll just play a little bit of it right here so you can hear what it sounds like. Okay now. This movie also is one of those rare movies. At least I guess it's not as rare as I'd like it to be but it ends with a song in the credits and this one was an original song called original by Sia and Well it was made for the movie but I guess that makes it original the thing that I don't like about. Sia and I have a couple of her songs in my more eclectic collection of music. But the thing I don't like about her is that you can never understand her. She Florida so if you want to know what the words to the song and the credits are you couldn't go have to go. Look it up on Youtube and watch it with lyrics because you can't understand her she i. I honestly don't think I ever heard or recognized. A C- a Sung before the end credit song and even coming out. I wouldn't have been able to tell you who. Co was now. Did you notice before we that there was a scene in the middle of the credits? Did you leave when the credits? Okay yeah with the cave. Yeah about half. The theater got up and left when the credit started. And I'm like I always stay for the credits and was got to be rewarded so I was history to be to not leave. Yeah now I didn't stay all the way the end so maybe there was something at the end that I didn't see what we say. Yeah I get dirty looks from the theater staff already so from now on. There will be spoilers though. I can't imagine that watching a children's movie that he'd be too concerned about spoilers. But here there be spoilers. Yep My name is Andy Olsen and I wanNA tell you about echoes Radio Echo. Radio is a podcast outreach of ECHO ZOE ministries every month. I find a knowledgeable guest to talk about an important and interesting topic that affects the church. Today we carefully balanced discussions of positive dot glorifying doctrines Orthodox Christianity from a mostly reformed point of view with exposes of heresy. False teaching and practice. That goes on throughout the church. Today you can find us at ECHO DOT com. That's E. C. H. O. Z. O. E. DOT COM. Now the first thing that I wanted to discuss and I think this is probably a very small part of the movie but it was a very big deal for me. I think it came because the sermon that I heard right after seeing the movie brought this this matter up and I would have just seen the movie and I was like that was in the movie and I didn't even notice it until now and it's respecting authority and in particular is respecting a authority. Figure who is I? Guess in in a great deal of authority over you who's been gracious to you in in a certain amount away in story that's in this movie. Do little is living on a piece of property that was gifted to him by the Queen because he had done a great service for her right and after his wife passed away. Actually she went on an adventure and never came back He closed up the gates and basically locked the world away and he was just living with his animals in this Beautiful piece of property with a mansion and all that kind of stuff and this lady in waiting comes and tells him that he has been summoned by the Queen to Buckingham Palace and he basically just snubs it. He doesn't he's not interested in seeing the queen he's not he's not interested in seeing anybody but particularly the Queen and I came out of that thinking. It's very interesting that he he's living on the queen's largest basically she gifted him this property and and he's just doesn't have any respect for her authority over him at all he just blows her off and when he finds out that she's ill he couldn't care less and tell they bring up the matter that if he doesn't if she dies he loses his property and that's about the only time he cares about it and then right after that we had a sermon in my church about having the proper offer. God and dealing with him on on the angle that how much God given us. How much is he has graced us with you? Know the the gift of salvation and we'RE LIVING ON HIS GRACE. And how do we react to him when he calls us to do things and I think especially here in the West? We've gotten so comfortable in our faith. That is so easy to say not right now. God I'm busy. Now that's inconvenient. That's outside my comfort zone all of our responses that we have when God tells us to do something and really came home. It's such a small part of this movie but it really hit home to me that we don't have the proper offer God anymore. I mean it's like you. You GO TO CHURCH VIRTUE. You go to church and you and it's more like a almost like a a fellowship of well it is a fellowship of believers but it's almost like a country club you know like you go there to meet your friends and where is the offer. God you know we're going to worship the worship behind and and focusing fellowship right right and what came to mind Was this passage in Hebrews. I'm actually GonNa Start Memorizing Book of Hebrews. I think I don't know how far I'll get in it but there's some really good stuff in Hebrews but this is from Hebrews twelve twenty eight th through twenty nine therefore since we are receiving a kingdom that cannot be shaken. Let us hold onto grace by it. We may serve God acceptably with reverence and all for God is a consuming fire. And I don't know I just to me. It's like that almost talks about you. Know because doolittle had received a kingdom basically from the Queen and then he wasn't serving her he he had locked her out of his life and he didn't want to be called upon he didn't want to answer a summons and that's what we've received kingdom from God that cannot be shaken and we need to approach God with the proper reverence an all because of the gifts that he's given us and because he is do that praised that all on that reverence. And how often do we give it? Not Enough Not Enough. Yes it at the opening of the movie Do Little has. Because of the loss of his wife the death of his wife he has retreated to a fearful child-like state Where he refuses to interact with anybody but animals And I feel like there was a missing excellent exclamation of of why but it was easy to accept that he had but even once he went to once he fulfilled the The summons and he appeared in the Queen's bedroom where she lay you find out later suffering the effects of rare fantasy poison. Yeah he does not comport himself with the the proper respect and all that you know that you should you think of Samuel when he has the vision where You know he sees all of the angels gathered around a massive massive cod. A guy that That is huge in an image and in presence his I ought is a dead man. I'm not righteous enough to be here job you know God says hey can you take the Leviathan home as a pet? I don't think so. Yeah and we. We just don't have that sense of of all with God anymore in our community group. Were starting a new series on spiritual warfare and I made the comment. I am a skeptic when it comes to hearing a miracle and not biblical miracles because if it's in the Bible it happened period right. Yeah but when somebody says you know God raised my daughter from the dead and Modern Day or God healed me of my of my my. My immediate thought is well. I don't think God does miracles any Mars. Matter of fact we had this discussion on Our Harriet Discussion I tend towards plausible. Non Supernatural explanations. I willing to accept that God could have done it but wanting something more to go on you know. Yeah and if you want more on that kind of a discussion I do recommend you. Check out the theology throwdown discussion episode three of the Christian podcasts Communities Theology throwdown in which I had defended when we had the Harry episode I had defended the belief that God could work miracles and people's lives and I kinda got set straight. It wasn't in a bad way because I'm not willing to die down that hill but one of the things that I guess I've always felt like is the God can work miracles in our lives. But it doesn't necessarily need to be a miracle that you then use as a means to like convince other people of things as it's a personal thing and it can end it may not be a miracle to someone else. It just may be God's way of of working in your life and one of the things that was brought up in our theology throwdown is that people misuse that They'll say God told me to tell you this. You know this revelation that makes you more righteous than someone else. Because God's is speaking to you and not speaking to someone else and particularly people of the Prosperity Gospel of right exactly and that's where it can get used wrong and so you can't discount anybody's experience with God but at the same time if it isn't biblical if if it isn't something you can point scripture then God is not saying to someone else through you because the only way God speaks to people is through his scripture and so the miracles and the and the prophecies and all that kind of stuff are you know God may be speaking to you but you cannot use that beyond what he's telling you personally and not try to turn it into extra revelation that is not in scripture. So I can see the damage that that can do and I understand the points that were made so I am now forced to agree with you on this topic. And you know as we're joined appointing out in the ANJELICA circles. The title of profit is not somebody who foretells the future. A prophet is somebody who speaks to a people for God right. He speaks God's words to a specific people. Modern Day profit. The only words they should be speaking are the ones from scripture because that's accurate relation to us to save sleeping extra revelation beyond scripture then. They are speaking prophecy. And that's where we should be finding our all. That's why we should be it. We should be finding the all that job feels. We should be finding the all that Isaiah feels that Alisha feels you know. Yeah and there will be a time God willing very soon where we will see. Miraculously world altering events too but by that may be too late for some people. That's what we go back to Hebrews one which I was I've been working on like I said I just started trying to memorize Hebrews in this passage is just so rich. It's right from the beginning of Hebrews one long ago God spoke to the Fathers by the prophets different times and in different ways in these last days. He has spoken to us by his son. God is appointed him. Heir of all things made the universe through him. The Sun is the radiance of God's glory and the exact expression of his nature sustaining all things by his powerful word and after making purification for sins..

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"danny alvin" Discussed on Are You Just Watching?

Are You Just Watching?

17:00 min | 1 year ago

"danny alvin" Discussed on Are You Just Watching?

"Right and Annette's you'd made a comment to the effect a little steam punkish to you and I and I thought that was interesting. Because I'm wondering. You know the whole concept of doolittle it's like it's almost like the invention of steam punk. It's like that whole background concept of it's like an early steam punk nodding but it's almost like it was like like pre Stephen the originator of the steam punk that yet you know it. They really didn't show any more of it. Once you got outside of doolittle's house So I wonder if it was intended to show that he was an innovator above and beyond a renaissance man of his time with all these inventions. But you did see a little bit of it on the water lily. The ship that That he sets off on his voyage with but none of it outside society so but yet did feel steamed punkish there was a series on net flicks a little while back the Lebanese thicket series of unfortunate events. I didn't like it. I didn't watch more than the first episode or two because I if you know the books I nothing goes right for these children and I just I don't want to entertain myself by watching advice. Fraud a shoddy Freud but The the production values the the lighting the way the characters are presented all felt very similar to Lebanese snick. It and there's a lot of steam punk element in the SNICK series too. I remember seeing that one. Come out that. I didn't look interesting to me so I didn't didn't follow it. Well before we get into a theme discussion. We of course need to mention the music and Danny. Alvin is actually a composer that I really like. I very rarely mentioned him. He doesn't do a ton of movies that we review but he has done a few and I usually like his his scores. This one is. I guess what you would call symphonic physical which really fits the nature of the movie. I'll just play a little bit of it right here so you can hear what it sounds like. Okay now. This movie also is one of those rare movies. At least I guess it's not as rare as I'd like it to be but it ends with a song in the credits and this one was an original song called original by Sia and Well it was made for the movie but I guess that makes it original the thing that I don't like about. Sia and I have a couple of her songs in my more eclectic collection of music. But the thing I don't like about her is that you can never understand her. She Florida so if you want to know what the words to the song and the credits are you couldn't go have to go. Look it up on Youtube and watch it with lyrics because you can't understand her she i. I honestly don't think I ever heard or recognized. A C- a Sung before the end credit song and even coming out. I wouldn't have been able to tell you who. Co was now. Did you notice before we that there was a scene in the middle of the credits? Did you leave when the credits? Okay yeah with the cave. Yeah about half. The theater got up and left when the credit started. And I'm like I always stay for the credits and was got to be rewarded so I was happy history to be to not leave. Yeah now I didn't stay all the way the end so maybe there was something at the end that I didn't see what we say. Yeah I get dirty looks from the theater staff already so from now on. There will be spoilers though. I can't imagine that watching a children's movie that he'd be too concerned about spoilers. But you're there'd be spoilers. Yep My name is Andy Olsen and I wanNA tell you about echoes Radio Echo. Radio is a podcast outreach of ECHO ZOE ministries every month. I find a knowledgeable guest to talk about an important and interesting topic that affects the church. Today we carefully balanced discussions of positive dot glorifying doctrines Orthodox Christianity from a mostly reformed point of view with exposes of heresy. False teaching and four practice that goes on throughout the church today. You can find us at Echo Zoe. Dot Com that's E. C. H. O. Z. O. E. DOT COM. Now the first thing that I wanted to discuss and I think this is probably a very small part of the movie but it was a very big deal for me. I think it came because the sermon that I heard right after seeing the movie brought this this matter up and I would have just seen the movie and I was like that was in the movie and I didn't even notice it until now and it's respecting authority and in particular is respecting a authority. Figure who is I? Guess in in a great deal of authority over you who's been gracious to you in in a certain amount away in story that's in this movie. Do little is living on a piece of property that was gifted to him by the Queen because he had done a great service for her right and after his wife passed away. Actually she went on an adventure and never came back He closed up the gates and basically locked the world away and he was just living with his animals in this Beautiful piece of property with a mansion and all that kind of stuff and this lady in waiting comes and tells him that he has been summoned by the Queen to Buckingham Palace and he basically just snubs it. He doesn't he's not interested in seeing the queen he's not he's not interested in seeing anybody but particularly the Queen and I came out of that thinking. It's very interesting that he he's living on the queen's largest basically she gifted him this property and and he's just doesn't have any respect for her authority over him at all he just blows her off and when he finds out that she's ill he couldn't care less and tell they bring up the matter that if he doesn't if she dies he loses his property and that's about the only time he cares about it and then right after that we had a sermon in my church about having the proper offer. God and dealing with him on on the angle that how much God given us. How much is he has graced us with you? Know the the gift of salvation and we'RE LIVING ON HIS GRACE. And how do we react to him when he calls us to do things and I think especially here in the West? We've gotten so comfortable in our faith. That is so easy to say not right now. God I'm busy. Now that's inconvenient. That's outside my comfort zone all of our responses that we have when God tells us to do something and really came. Home is such a small part of this movie but it really hit home to me that we don't have the proper offer God anymore. I mean it's like you. You GO TO CHURCH VIRTUE. You go to church and you and it's more like a almost like a a fellowship of well it is a fellowship of believers but it's almost like a country club you know like you go there to meet your friends and where is the offer. God you know we're going to worship the worship behind and and focusing fellowship right right and what came to mind Was this passage in Hebrews. I'm actually GonNa Start Memorizing Book of Hebrews. I think I don't know how get in it but there's some really good stuff in Hebrews but this is from Hebrews twelve twenty eight th through twenty nine therefore since we are receiving a kingdom that cannot be shaken. Let us hold onto grace by it. We may serve God acceptably with reverence and all for God is a consuming fire. And I don't know I just to me. It's like that almost talks about you. Know because doolittle had received a kingdom basically from the Queen and then he wasn't serving her he he had locked her out of his life and he didn't want to be called upon he didn't want to answer a summons and that's what we've received kingdom from God that cannot be shaken and we need to approach God with the proper reverence an all because of the gifts that he's given us and because he is do that praised that all on that reverence. And how often do we give it? Not Enough Not Enough. Yes it at the opening of the movie Do Little has. Because of the loss of his wife the death of his wife he has retreated to a fearful child-like state Where he refuses to interact with anybody but animals And I feel like there was a missing excellent exclamation of of why but it was easy to accept that he had but even once he went to once he fulfilled the The summons and he appeared in the Queen's bedroom where she lay you find out later suffering the effects of rare fantasy poison. Yeah he does not comport himself with the the proper respect and all that you know that you should you think of Samuel when he has the vision where You know he sees all of the angels gathered around a massive massive cod. A guy that That is huge in an image and in presence his I ought is. I'm a dead man. I'm not righteous enough to be here job you know God says hey can you take the Leviathan home as a pet? I don't think so. Yeah and we. We just don't have that sense of of aw with God anymore in our Community Group. Were starting a new series on spiritual warfare and I made the comment. I am a skeptic when it comes to hearing a miracle and not biblical miracles because if it's in the Bible it happened period right. Yeah but when somebody says you know God raised my daughter from the dead and Modern Day or God healed me of my of my my. My immediate thought is well. I don't think God does miracles any Mars. Matter of fact we had this discussion on Our Harriet Discussion I tend towards plausible. Non Supernatural explanations. I willing to accept that God could have done it but wanting something more to go on you know. Yeah and if you want more on that kind of a discussion I do recommend you. Check out the theology throwdown discussion episode three of the Christian Podcasts Communities Theology throwdown in which I had defended when we had the Harry episode I had defended the belief that God could work miracles and people's lives and I kinda got set straight. It wasn't in a bad way because I'm not willing to die down that hill but one of the things that I guess I've always felt like is the God can work miracles in our lives. But it doesn't necessarily need to be a miracle that you then use as a means to like convince people of things as it's a personal thing and it can end it may not be a miracle to someone else. It just may be God's way of of working in your life and one of the things that was brought up in our theology throwdown is that people misuse that They'll say God told me to tell you this. You know this revelation that makes you more righteous than someone else. Because God's is speaking to you and not speaking to someone else and particularly people of the Prosperity Gospel of right exactly and that's where it can get used wrong and so you can't discount anybody's experience with God but at the same time if it isn't biblical if if it isn't something you can point scripture then God is not saying to someone else through you because the only way God speaks to people is through his scripture and so the miracles and the and the prophecies and all that kind of stuff are you know God may be speaking to you but you cannot use that beyond what he's telling you personally and not try to turn it into extra revelation that is not in scripture so I can see the damage that that can do and I understand the points that were made so I am now forced to agree with you on this topic. And you know as we're joined appointing out in the ANJELICA circles. The title of profit is not somebody who foretells the future. A prophet is somebody who speaks to a people for God right. He speaks God's words to a specific people. Modern Day profit. The only words they should be speaking are the ones from scripture because that's accurate relation to us to save sleeping extra revelation beyond scripture. Then they are speaking false prophecy. And that's where we should be finding our all. That's why we should be it. We should be finding the all that job feels. We should be finding the all that Isaiah feels that Alisha feels you know. Yeah and there will be a time God willing very soon where we will see. Miraculously world altering events too but by that may be too late for some people. That's what we go back to Hebrews one which I was I've been working on like I said I just started trying to memorize Hebrews in this passage is just so rich. It's right from the beginning of Hebrews one long ago God spoke to the Fathers by the prophets different times and in different ways in these last days. He has spoken to us by his son. God is appointed him. Heir of all things made the universe through him. The Sun is the radiance of God's glory and the exact expression of his nature sustaining all things by his powerful word and after making purification for sins. He sat down at the right hand of the majesty on high so he's finished. Everything is finished. The revelation is done and God has spoken to us through his son. So that that's where we understand that there are no new revelations. It's because God it's has finished his his work and that's why the Bible is complete. We don't need to add to it. There is no further word from God that we need to have beyond scripture the whole concept of God you know that the sun is the radiance of God's glory and the exact expression of his nature. Sustaining all things by his powerful word. That is just a beautiful picture to me of how not only is God on inspiring but Christ is on inspiring. We shouldn't be thinking of him in such. I all know tawdry languages. I used to when I was a child. Say that Christ was what Jesus as my best friend. Yeah I mean I can call him a friend because of what he did for me and the grace that that he is bestowed upon me but it would be like I guess in human terms it would be like saying the queen of England is a friend or the president. Trump is a friend. You know these are powerful people that you don't just you know get buddy buddy with you..

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"danny alvin" Discussed on Fandom Zone Podcast

Fandom Zone Podcast

13:46 min | 1 year ago

"danny alvin" Discussed on Fandom Zone Podcast

"Yes so knows how. I'm feeling about this so after you know black lightning it gets brought in In Oh any. He's horrified to find out that his family has been wiped out by the anti matter wave and he's the sole survivor driver. He still steps up and that was very cool to see that the black lightning in what they're doing he he's there to take cout the Anti Monitor's antimatter cannon. And Flash fans no anti-matter cannons are not good for flashes. No no and no and this episode is certainly proof of that. I'm just so black. Lightning does his best to take. Check it out but Obviously needs a little bit more to to stop threat. And this is the moment where grant Guston's flash the earth one flash Thinks that okay. Well this might be his time to disappear during the crisis and in this very powerful sequence whence You know grants ready to sacrifice himself. Only have John Wesley. Ships Earth Ninety flash crash temporarily still his speed And take his place stating that The Anti Monitor may have said said that it flashed dies and crisis but he didn't say which one and in that I did not i. I'm sure you have the exact pope the idea I don't don't have to quote unquote though. Yeah the your superpower is making others around you better. Yes you know and I think obviously obviously Arrow maybe the the Father Steven. Mlb Be the father of the you know the aero verses we caught but I think grant as berries the heart yes and and so thank you. This is an Indian. Have this John Wesley Shipp who his played Berry's father he's done other cameos but to give him jake areas character his his character such an ending and to go back and take that clip from the original TV. Show if you were worried you about not enough tears. When Clark and Lois or flying out you know sending their child all right trust me? There were tears in this part of in in you know for the cast I think. And all the people the sea and it it just was a hero's death and what a great it way to use him a just absolutely beautiful. Yeah this was. This was an exit. I know I want to get to nick here in a minute but I you know this is. This was something that I had considered a possibility going in that. You know I knew that the moment I you know. We got confirmation that John Wesley ship was going to be appearing in crisis. Where while witness be a great opportunity to have him be the one who sacrifices isis his life and And and that way obviously great guston's flash can continue as the flash So I I in the back of my mind. I'm always I was thinking this would happen. And then I'm watching this scene and this scene this moment of Barry Allen sacrificing himself to stop that and I'm anti matter cannon is something that I've thought about hard since the reading the crisis on infinite earths number eight where Barry Allen Dizon that comic and that scene has stuck with me and here I am all these years later and and Finally able to see that yes in live action and it was just so overwhelming for me to see and assiette the Amazon. Jo- done justice wonderfully it. You know. John Wesley ships nine thousand nine hundred flashes. Obviously I was a a huge fan of that show as nick was and so to see that moment into C- John Leslie ship ship Given that chance to sacrifice and so ended and they go out in such a huge way saving lies. Diverting that anti-matter wave. This is what I've been running through all these years I'm from flash to vanish in crisis. I'm like Oh it was great. Yeah it yes. It was just amazing and You know in the fact that you know that there was a kind of patch passing of the torch moment. Yes between the two East you felt that connection because we'd seen it that bond with John. Wesley ships with Gusto playing other characters in it really came through and I I was just I was blown away simply and absolutely what about you. I know you've got some thoughts on this. Well I come to. You must be like Charles. Shut up I wanNA talk about this. Never never you know I mean as I said you are just wonderful orator I tell you you could you give speeches like there's no tomorrow seriously but that said I also wanted to add. Let's talk about the fact that when he's doing any disappears we we get that straight concentrate from the comics moments but the Danny Healthman theme that then plays from the TV series. I was like Oh my Lord. Yeah it we're just they're they're they're bitter soundtrack to this event there and you know you mentioned this in a couple of minutes. Blake neely the composer. You better be making a soundtrack right. I want this now. They weaved all these iconic the musical themes in all three episodes at the appropriate times. Sometimes you know where whether it's Danny Alvin the Batman theme the John Williams. You know superman the Robert Walls. Yeah Yeah it just it. It was all there and it was just so beautiful. And it's much more powerful when you get to hear that you know that that heroes theme yeah using that theme seen You know to to give them their moment and obviously you know in a very powerful moment to get that theme it was. It's just raised that intensity. Even I totally agree nick anymore. Thoughts about this. Oh yes well. What was going to lose their ideas that people people have a Lotta traditions over the holidays? One of my traditions over the holidays is is watching the the flash TV the series over the holidays. That's what I do. Because it's a show that meant so much to me growing up one of the very few shows myself and my sister would watch together religiously as kids and that we wouldn't fight over the remote for over the flash and it just meant so much to both of us so into able. And that's and that's what I do. And it coincided with my tradition of watching the flash TV series seeing John. Wesley Shipp come back and and do this. And then that throwback to the tool between him and Tina McGee was just like I was so I was in such a happy place and it's just it. It was remarkable. And I love the fact that gave that slashes an incarnation a full circle story and it was beautiful evaded that because the nineties flex. Td Shoes was sadly Shoots and I feel. This was some way of sailing colleagues. No right was cut short before its time. Exactly -actly yeah. They way of saying you know we recognize this and we want to give you a full story. Let you run the whole race as it were so so. I absolutely adored that and just like with Stephen Males passing the torch on to his daughter. I love this father son son relationship between the two. Barry's and this passing the torch. And then when you get to see the flash symbol on the ground what was such a powerful awful scene it could. It would look great. You know even as like wool paper on my TV on my computer screen. Everyone see if I can find that and put it up there. Because this Gorges Ages hit the print screen print screen and I agree with you on the Soundtrack House. They somebody does this like on spotify or something coming. In all over. That sounds really does a love recently soundtracks for the various shows so. I'm really hoping that any did want for crisis on earth acts so I'm hoping that they do crisis on infinite earths to and You know we haven't talked about it but I thought Jefferson Pierce Black. Lightning held his own. I thought he really was enough. Like Sierra Vans Real ooh Dude and you know and then the iconic you know his macho. Where's the future right? Yes yes life. Is this shit set limit by any means necessary and he kept by any focused a focus. I thought that was really well done Because the idea that gave him a his character moment. Yeah because you know. He's lost his family. He's lost his world and once once again he's putting it behind him and trying to doing a hero bet so I thought that was really well not. I'm so glad that black black lightning was included in this and that they got the little you know spin off like if they showed the little high in it was perfect. Yeah exactly Zac all right anything any other quick thoughts about Parts one two and three now I was just GonNa ask one question to users you guys. What were you thought? So when it came into the concept that we might be getting the third incarnation at the atom with Ryan Choi. I'm all for it. I remembered that I like I like. Yeah Yeah and I thought this was a guy you know. He was really good Playing Kevin in supernatural So Oh I think this would be Kinda Nice. Yeah I'm really good. I thought it was nice that they did a little Easter Egg By name his daughter Simone in in honor of Gail Simone the writer Co Created Ryan Choi So Thought that was nice We can always do with an extra atom. I reckon well they're supposed to be if I remember reading cleric Brandon routh is is ending as Rape Palmer on legends of tomorrow. So so maybe this will be another passing the torch getting another actor so so might WanNa keep an eye on Ray Palmer yeah during crisis in when it comes back in January yeah just saying just That potential is they're they're setting the table it seems because for him to take over all right so johnny quotes Fair quotes Jesse. I do who I only have the one but I loved the they've actually done a couple of inside jokes like in the second episode. I think where White carry says. I promised my team they'd never have to do another crossover but on this one. A route digby goes holy. All Star Squadron. Hi How are you Ralph Pygmy log man ready to help Kick Butt and killer frost. Ignore him it's his first crossover which was by Mike quotes. I love that man. It was his. This is the actors first crossover. Yes he has been perfect as long. Day Ma'am Yes yes yes nicoting could he quotes I don't have any quotes but what I will say is I just hope that the bigwigs at Warner take notice of how things are done when you do you were good crossover than you bring characters together and hopefully we get something better competitive. The Ju Justice need that we got shall we say on innocent matic world. That's I'm going to say. Okay well if you want more of that topic nick and I talked about that on present darkness free plug there all right. Yeah so I got a couple more quotes in addition to that that eat great elongated man killer frost quote Mardo Vu. The Monitor after Earth. Thirty thirty seven gets a radical. He says another earth is gone and Lois Lane. Replies there's only seven left in the multi-diverse verse it's Ironic. I'm watching the biggest event in history. The destruction of every earth and no one will ever read the story gasoline. The point quote and of course I've got to end it with The earth ninety flash talking to Barry Allen just right before he dies keep writing the lightning son. I know you'll make us all proud. Nice dear to your absolutely tissues Still gets me Absolutely Nick. What's.

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"danny alvin" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

12:28 min | 2 years ago

"danny alvin" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX

"Tires. Work Fantastic's thanks to the folks at maxis Alpine stars. And of course I fly race and for making this happen. We are trying something new with this. PODCAST it's the off season. You're going to turn the tables a little bit here and I'm going to be the subject of the podcast which is weird but we'll we'll make it work somehow With me to to get some questions answered and maybe to help you the people in a little bit more about me. Although I think I've talked about everything possibly possibly talk about He works to fly. WPA It's Chris Cooksey what's up because he what up. Yes yeah so. I figured I'd come in here and what's your what's going on here. What's your agenda? What are we doing if you let me talk? Oh go ahead. I'm the host here so just chill. Let me answer questions so oh I listen to the show all the time big time fan just like a lot of the guys I drive around all the WPA straps. We all listened to show you hear all these jokes. There's these pieces there's he's titles titles. There's this mechanic but there's not like a set timeline on on who Steve Mathis is. There's pieces all over and we can kind of put it together but not really and it's grown grown in your audience has grown so much I figure I come in here and I and and see if I can take the king of all moto media and you have grown you might not be the most powerful man in in the industry. But you're definitely the most influential I don't know about that but no absolutely I as I see it I I work in the industry I go around and I know everybody listens this your stuff and whether you know just because you're not signing checks or working at Feld or very high like that trust those people cement shoes on me tomorrow do a lot of people when coops talks. I get nervous so I hear what you did now. I was telling you when you ran this idea behind me brought about by me. I said Hey I did one of these but it was a long time ago and it was pretty. It was real good at covered a lot of your stuff but it's been a while and the six years old. Yeah and I have different questions and I hope you're not pissed at some of the stuff I want to ask but I wanNA know more. Don't want to talk about your brother and your dad and how does what well first off. What about Debbie? She's in their APPs by the way. I Love Debbie. I sat with her at the supercross and like I had to pay for. That ticket was awesome. She's she's wondering and actually want to go golfing with her but she don't ever ever hit me up to police officers I hate it. I will okay so as so this is this is the Steve Matters interview on the map to show on racer x saw if he would let Taco. I'm just kidding all right so yeah people wanNA know so yeah. Hopefully they like this and you know we'll see where we're going but let's try. What have we got a start okay? I'm going to start with youth. So what what. What was your first bike? How did you get in what made what made Steve Mathis? I WANNA ready dirt bike. I didn't I didn't want to ride their bike. At first my brother did my brothers three years older than I am and he. My Dad raced. Sorry my dad wrote a off road bike or something and he wrote a street bike and my brother grew up wanting a dirt bike. Really bad and at some one point my brother got a dirt bike and they were out riding. I don't think they were racing yet. I don't think he was racing before me. But maybe maybe he was but and then it came time for me year we talking. Oh what do you remember. What his bike was I remember? His bike was my first bike. Yeah well my about. My first bike was his hand me down. So it'd been an Indian trail bike Indian automatic. I think they're automatic. I think there were like three three speed so Indian and those that came from my brother that was my very first bike and I quickly moved onto an rn fifty from there. This is the early eighties. There's this is eighty one eighty two. I had one of the three my second right but I I remember I wanted to be an ex. I want to be fields so IBM xt. I rode for a little while for a little bit. I remember I don't think I really liked it. I specifically remember getting on that Indian one of the first times going wide open open with into a tree. That's like a family or people will be like I remember that so I if I remember correctly when when you hit the shift around those you shifted down to go up so we hit a doc mail faster right right. Maybe I don't remember but I hit a tree cried. Didn't want to ride their bikes and barely road for maybe a year or two race. BMX my mom took me maxing they were held in these little hockey arenas on cement with wooden jumps and we had some dirt tracks to and stuff and all that and that's why BMX for awhile and then at some point my brother and my dad were off over here racing and then at some point I decided I wanted to buy Grad so in Canada. How many months out of the year did you actually get to ride? And so they're off racing and I think it would be Mexican. Yes it for summer. anyways we the indoor stuff that had to be in the winter and then so they're right. They're riding their bikes during the summer. Then what were you doing the summer. Yeah I don't know maybe I was maybe it was. I feel like the Mexican summer now. I don't know I don't know who knows but I I remember like not really getting the bug to ride dirt bikes as much as my brother. My brother was always like hey I want to do it. I you know my dad was taking them places and I was like on the dirt bike so it wasn't all in. I like it be a Mexican but then at some point you know obviously yeah so at what point do you become a dirt bike rider. What age this is all around? Seven eight nine years old remember. Do you remember your first race No not really. No no no idea what's first race. You remember a good question probably so yes. E- I think I went from eighty to arm fifty to eighty two arm aurum eighty and that's that photo on that desk there. You can see behind those hats. That's me on eighty to eighty and I think that's eighty three. So I'm I'm nine years old eight or nine years old and that photo and and that's so that's That's one of my first race. So that's that bike not about my first race quote unquote. What's the first memory that you ask? I racing is that eighty two arm eighty Eighty class candidates called schoolboy. Just just go with yeah so schoolboy schoolboy A. N. B. So I was schoolboy beat beginner you know and then a was the answer and my brother wasn't a so your brother's Kinda the star. Now is your dad. Ah How how does your dad he all into it. Like your your brothers star. You're just happened to be there. How Yeah Dad was gnarly? We'll probably get more as as we go along this story. We'll talk more about my dad. But he was gnarly at this point though like arm eighty days and my brother days not really just as a family going on our three rail trailer it to the racist I definitely remember. I definitely remember that was eighty three. I got an eighty four wisey eighty I think in eighty five so the eighty four. That had the water cooler handlebars out. When I was on the one side I went to the sign? Maybe maybe and I remember I had Garni Rene Nylon boots. He's Big Boot Nylon. Yeah so add pair Garner's and they were so hammered on the inside by kickstarter and I remember being stuck in the mud race on the side of a hill and I couldn't start my bike and my foot would slip off and the kickstarter would hit my foot and I was crying and my dad was thirty feet away and he's like start the bike like I'm not coming to get you and I remember being like Oh my God is hurt so bad my foot her so bad add between the like one or two races on the arm eighty and that eighty four race. That's that's my earliest memories of racing. So Ah had it been up to you right then you probably would have just bailed out. BMX your brother. If your brother wasn't dragging you and keeping you the races that no no I think I was into it. I was into it. Yeah I I mean he was he was good. My brother was pretty good. He got he was three years older than I am. So I'm ten. He's thirteen fourteen. I'm a ten or eleven and he's running top. I five in like the eighty expert class top three or whatever like he's pretty good so I think all brothers you're like Oh look at him. So at what point do you start becoming coming pretty good take it serious. Eighty eighty seven. I get a CR eighty in eighty seven so I was current now for the first time I think in my life those were good too. Yeah those were good and those two yeah eighty seven Sierra and then I remember the whole starting line was full of Honda's yeah like all Honda and if you had anything else back then you were at disadvantage cowboys. Were okay to Yamaha's garbage yamahas garbage. So it was all hondas eighty-seven I started being like. Hey and I got all New Year that year. Now's fucking looking like David Bailey. And I was like I'm I'm sweet. Sweet my bike sweet. Now I started now. I I remember thinking like Hey. I'm GonNa go for the championship in the class that year and I got third or fourth in eighty seven as a twelve year-old against probably your older kids. Wow Yeah but there was one kid who was my age. You beat me so he would end up being my like my rival guy but but yeah I remember thinking like an eighty seven I was like hey like reading the motorcars actually magazines and being like i WanNa do this. Now he was intermediate he was be rider rider. I think by then so. He was kind of progressing a little bit. He won he won the novice. Everybody has to go through novice and Canada like no matter. How good you are you have to go eighty two novice to intermediate to pro? You can't skip it. Which is funny? 'cause I tell people like four championships in Manitoba all the time two of them are novice class. What does matter you just? Everyone had to go there. Eighty expert and United States eighty expert to one twenty five hundred minute. You all the way back to. Yeah you just you just never jumped. Nobody could jump. The Intermediate Canadians gave you gave you at least a couple years on the big bikes until you go pro because you could go eighty expert one year of novice one year of intermediate pro. You know what I mean. That's actually probably really so you had two years of corn immature stuff to do but he was. My brother had won the novice class in Sioux fifty to fifty class novice so he'd gotten a title and the Navy Sixty moved up to intermediate ninety seven. He he was intermediate still I think. Eighty seven years so I was eighty expert in eighty seven. Okay going for. Did you win daily expert class. No everyone that one no no eighty-eight which Takao he's got a Kawasaki Support Ride from Canada. which meant that? The dealership got the ability to give one one rider. Half off a bike from Kawasaki. I think it was so they pick me so in eighty eight. I had to eighties practice race bike back and then and then I went after the expert championship. And that's the one I lost by two points. Heartbreaking heartbreaking fifth title Co so now in in the United States when we when you've got a team green you had to go to a certain amount of amateur nationals. Were you required to do that. No no we we have the one. We have the Canadian Lorette back then. The Canadian at Eighty Loretta Lynn's was one one rice a year. That was over weekend and it was at different tracks all every year. So in eighty seven it was in Manitoba. Oh my home province and I got like eleventh and my Buddy Jason Actually won the expert the eighty class at your so. I didn't know him but in eighty seven he won the expert class. I got eleven or twelve and then ten years later we'd be in a box together driving driving the whole circuit. You know what I mean like that. That's pretty funny. That's really eight. They they were in BC on the west coast on the island and Got Danielle van was remembered him. Daniel Daniel Daniels Danny Alvin showed up at like seventeen cowboys line and worked all the Canadians like he just worked them. And it's funny again. I met Danielle van when I became a pro mechanic and became friends with them. And I just talk to Danny Elvin a year ago so still you know anyways good guy so he shows up and he wins. It was a three motive format like Loretta and I went. Seven seven seven seven for several. which which kind of I should at least got fifth overall with seventy seven seven off right but anyway so so then? That was the Canadian so is number seven in Canada on eighties. The next year.

"danny alvin" Discussed on Earful: A Disney World Podcast

Earful: A Disney World Podcast

08:28 min | 2 years ago

"danny alvin" Discussed on Earful: A Disney World Podcast

"Ghost. That's disneyland only the graveyard the hitchhiker's and then finally farewell from little liotta <hes> that's it. That's her hatbox goes. We mentioned he came back in two thousand fifteen that was for the sixtieth anniversary of disneyland so that was a special nothing more on that. The main voice of the singing bustling graveyard is belongs to throw ravenscroft who was the voice of tony the tiger and also sang. You're a mean one. Mr grinch is correct that was him and then the madame liotta inside the crystal ball the disembodied somebody had inside the crystal ball was the voice of eleanor oddly who was also the voice of melissa melissa sent in sleeping beauty and the wicked stepmother lady tremaine and then she's has also greenacres. That's supposed to be greenacres is the play so you think about that voice now. That's all i can hear is melissa recent louis. I didn't think of it sooner now. The actress from adam liotta was liotta tombs which is a great name. She was also in the near and then when they needed to record new footage for the holiday layover. They recorded her daughter. Oh that's neat and that illusion itself is very very cool. Inside the ball is like three d. bust of the head and onto it is projected the animation this is a similar effect it to the ghosts in the graveyard singing the song and then the the whole bus as well the bus different room a bus to different one because those when you first pass the portraits and you see the four or five <hes> bus that follows the tech behind that is it's not a bust. It's a concave bus so it's the inverse of what you think of boss would be which is why they're able to follow. You still super creepy to me now. One of the biggest illusions in the whole ride is there's something called pepper's ghost. This is in the ballroom. When you see the ghost dancing eating dinner having a dual. It's affected us in any different rights <music> absolutely so this is achieved by a projection that is onto a plate of glass and then that reverse projection is than what you end up seeing the ballroom itself so if you think about it spoiler alert if you're going along your car below you is where the animatronic truly are that projection is what you see as you go pass and the same thing with tower terror when the the the the candelabras floating in the air. It's all peppers. Go all the all the occupants of the elevator. Thank thank you to john. Henry pepper pepper's ghost go this effect is also used in the universal parks in escape from grits and 'and fast and the furious supercharged firmly which if we have never mentioned the acting stellar family you talked about about the singing busts and the voices for that now the hitchhiking ghosts at the end of the ride this also use pepper's ghost but in reverse so when you you pass by you actually pass by a wall of mirrors and so the game you are you are reflected in the mir then that's where the production is as well <music> now this was originally going to be a walk through attraction but they saw with with crowd control and flow that would that would never work because that's what i wanna wanna do in the right anyways i want to stop and linger longer to take a look at everything. They abandoned that for the amnon mover system which is what they call their dune buggies the cars ars can rotate in any direction which let's imagine ears control what you see and what you don't see the haunted mansion. Today is still a very popular ride. It's you you can get it with a fast pass. The holiday over continues it closes. This is probably a reason why they can't do it. In walt disneyworld it closes in mid august for for a few weeks some holiday over going yeah and then in early. January closes again to restore it to its regular state now in disneyland. They have a pipe organ. That's actually in there in his <hes>. In the ballroom scene. It's the same organ that's used by james mason and captain nemo and disney's twenty twenty thousand leagues under the sea very cool my favorite parts yeah the prop was modified to use them haunted mansion the organs in other versions of the ride our original replicas because i love watching the notes float up the original and then what else you have the phantom manor in paris is a reimagined version of the ride ride totally different architecture and the plot is totally different. It uses a western plot to fit in with the rest of the land steaming mystic manor over at hong kong disneyland land does not reference any departed spirits or the afterlife because of differences in traditional chinese culture interesting yeah so you get instead the main character after is lord henry mystic and his monkey albert okay. They stumble upon. I think it's like a chester necklace that makes the house objects come to life. Free-trader score by danny. Alvin loved any open. Don't do you know that there is a pet cemetery. Metairie located outside of both disneyland and walt disneyworld indeed and a walt disneyworld one can see tombstone for j thaddeus toad the a hero of the parks long-gone attraction mister toad wild ride. I never noticed that before to look for that next time now in popular culture this was made into a film with very little money the founding to in the ride they took a lot of original ideas says but started eddie murphy in two thousand three and in the movie you had master gracey. You had a madame liotta. You had not not too much else that was from the right itself which was very sad but you did have the the the bus that sank there was a scene with that there was a planned revisiting from <unk> director guillermo del toro but this project is currently up in the air because he left the deal <hes> so that it's probably not going to have wasn't there rumor. Actually being very serious wasn't a rumor rumer at one time. The one of the singing busts was actually well. There's one that looks a lot like him has a very small mustache do so yeah there was a comic book anthology created by i slave labor graphics in two thousand and five and there's also a comic line from marvel comics based on the ride. There was a hard mansion video game released in two thousand three the and the mansion itself is the final level in epic mickey which is very popular video game madame liotta appeared on the a._b._c. show once upon a time which was the combination of all the fairytale characters and then this is the weirdest one there naked ladies performed a cover of grim grinning goes on a nineteen ninety-six album disney's music department notes.

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"danny alvin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"danny alvin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To me never seemed weird. Right. Let me put it that way. I can imagine this now I can imagine everyone else reading Beetlejuice and going. This is crazy. This is wild. And you reading it and going. Yeah. Yeah. I get this. Yeah. I mean, it nothing seemed weird to me. It just seemed oh how fun and I don't mean to be glib here. But this is the best way. I can intellectualize. It is is Tim Burton calling you and saying, hey, man, I got this idea. It's about a guy named Edward. He instead a scissors for hands. I'm going to do this thing. I want you to score let let's just make it happen. Like, are you on the ground floor of this thing will? Yes. In the sense that he began hiring me early. So I would be available because once I started peewee, I was hungry to get learn more about how to write for orchestra. So even though I was writing touring and producing ongoing go I was trying to get in one or two films. So between. He wants comic that I think that's when we were doing starting Batman that in between each of his films. I was scoring four other films. So peewee was one Beetlejuice was five. Batman was ten. I didn't quite make it Edward was fourteen instead of fifteen but he was going. How are you doing all these films between my films, and I said you don't understand if I don't keep doing lots of films between your films? I won't be good enough to grow into what I need to do every film. I'm doing even if it's stupid little comedy or something. I'm gonna try something. I'm going to try something with the orchestra that. I've never done before. And I'm honing my skills really what I'm doing is increasing the size of my toolbox. So when I went in with peewee, it was just a tiny little toolbox with a hammer or wrench and pliers. And I was trying to build up a bigger box. So I had more tools to work with. So by the time, I got to Batman. I was ready for Batman. So even now, I mean, let let's be specifically about film composition because we started the conversation by talking about the challenge you give yourself when in this violent concerto in your work. But I love this metaphor of your toolbox getting bigger and bigger and bigger, and it's been why has it been like thirty thirty forty years now. I mean, you you just worked on Dumbo the new the new Tim Burton film, when it comes to film composition is there. Still stuff left to be added to your toolbox. Will look your toolbox never gets closed. What's harder now is finding film step will. Let me expand. My toolbox. Because a lot of films that I'm doing simply don't want me to do anything more than I'm able to do. And there is a point where it's like I want to try things. But I can't do it within the context of film because I can't push a film to do something. That's not right for the film. And that is exactly why expanded the concert music, great, right? Right. Because I needed to keep going and film wasn't allowing me to do that. Are you comfortable with that? Like, are you are you comfortable with how then I heard you talk about this that you know, you say that when when the times come time comes and you pass it could easily say, Danny healthman, film composer. Composed. The Simpsons theme music. Like, are you are you comfortable with that? Well, no, I have never been comfortable with that. But on the other hand, I consider that. I can't look down at what may be the luckiest break of my life was simply walking into a meeting and getting the Simpsons in writing it the same day. Okay. So we're gonna keep you on the hukou a little bit. We're going take a quick ninety seconds to check in with the news. And you're going to hear the rest of my conversation with Danny Alvin including the feud with the guy who created the Simpsons macaroni. They got him the big break that he just mentioned. This is an unbelievable story that any other things about to tell you about how he ended up composing the Simpsons theme or any up and coming up after.

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"danny alvin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"danny alvin" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Tripadvisor. But after decades of scoring film and television Danny wanted to step away briefly from sculpting other people's worlds and create one of his own his new album is it's the pricing. It's called eleven eleven. It's Danny Alvin this famous film composers first violin concerto and listen. This is never happened to me before. But speaking of surprises. So we were just about to start our conversation and his his phone went off like his phone rang, and I couldn't help but notice he had an interesting ring tone. So I had to ask him about it. Anyway, that's that's where things start off with Danny often. Phone off there. It is. That's the violent, by the way, I'm dying to know. Now that it happened. What your ringtone is day the earth stood still Bernard Hermann? Wow. It's the first piece of music that ever got me into film music. That's that's something beautiful about that. Like whenever it rings. It would it would trigger something in you. Yeah. I was around twelve when I saw the movie, and it's the first time I ever became aware of a score. And it started my long interest in film music. It was Bernard Hermann because at that young age a lot of my favorite movies in that period of time were really Harry housing. Adventures like, Dave, you're I mean other than the day there is that still it would have been like Jason and Argonauts. The seventh voyage of Sinbad mysterious island. These were the really fun fantasy films of my youth. And if I saw Herman and Harry housing on the Bill, meaning the animator, the claymation animator Ray, stop motion animator Ray, Harry housing and the composer Bernard Hermann, I knew it would be my favorite movie or I loved that combination. So I always have a special place in my heart for the day the earth stood still because like. I suppose everybody you see movies. And you think the music is just there for the first time. I said I remember thinking somebody wrote this. This wasn't just there. The music stood out for me. And I paid attention to who I actually saw. There was a name. There's a person who did this. And so it was a turning point for me. But anyhow, I digress. I I was reading some of your notes on the violin concerto. One thing. Stuck out to me? Can you wrote the violin is to me a very intimidating solo instrument violent concertos were not really a part of my repertoire, classical music listening and skip ahead. And you said one thing became abundantly clear. Writing a violin concerto would require far more disciplined than anything. I had done previously and would be even more difficult to execute than I'd imagined. I I love difficult. Well, it's funny because I had made a mental decision around that time that would have been two three years ago that I am going to sacrifice some film work and do concert work every year. I need to do that. And I've done a couple pieces over the previous decade. But I just never found the way to make it a regular thing. Because you know, film work is just always there, and it's hard to say, no. And the thing is I imagined my I work because in a way, I see this as my first attempt at this new career if that's what it is. Because even though I've done three non film works before this. They weren't designed to become part of an orchestra in orchestra's repertory. I'd never imagined a violin concerto. I was imagining something for percussion or piano because those were the things I felt closer to and we were playing Burton concert three years ago. I guess in Prague and in the bar afterwards. I was approached by my agent for non film. Music, right. And he said, I had an interesting conversation with the orchestra director after the show, and he'd like to know if you'd be interested in writing a violin concerto for sandy. This is sandy Cameron Cameron. How would you like to write her a violin concerto and always with just about anything in my life my mouth works faster than my brain? So I said, yeah. Sure. And then I start thinking that mean, I'll figure that outlet. Yeah. And then it was it wasn't for a couple of months later when I started to really delve into violin concertos that I thought oh my God. Maybe this was a huge mistake. So I really spent a couple of months sandy kind of got me started on about twenty five different the violin concertos and these were like post twentieth century, romantic concertos. This wasn't like Mendelssohn or Mozart or anything like that. No, I already I knew that even though I love Beethoven Brahms and Mozart. It's not where my heart is my orchestral music heart got connected in the early twentieth. And that probably really I should call it the late nineteenth century because it starts with a lineage of Russians really probably beginning with.

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