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Terry McAuliffe Is Campaigning in Virginia by 'Othering' Constituents
"We were in Charlottesville yesterday near the end of the program I'll tell you why But while we were there mining our own business Stacey Abrams Was campaigning for Terry mcauliffe Dave Matthews that clown whose from that area he was there I guess so they could actually attract people And as we were driving through there we saw your typical lily white left wing cooks walking as quickly as they could to wherever this site was So as you know Charlottesville is a university town University of Virginia So it becomes quite clear to me that the base for Tim McCollum is to turn out as many blacks as possible because they're breaking internal revenue code tax laws the Democrat party is and apparently the pastors too In something I've never seen to this extent that's certainly clear And the elitist wealthy white professors other academics university students and so forth The suburbs the middle class whatever the race not so much He's expecting that as McCullough that the suburban women will vote Democrat Because he supports abortion on demand and paid for by everybody That's how they view women So what they do is they sit down around a table and they say okay This is how we approach blacks This is how we approach Hispanics although they haven't really done much outreach to a Hispanics based on the advertising This is how we approach the white liberals And this is how we approach the white millennials
"dave matthews" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater
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"dave matthews" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater
"Aright so so much to say Off of crash So again i enjoy it. It's it's the title it not the town chocolates the opening track of the album. So it's it's a lot of fun from me in particular. I actually enjoy too much or care but more than so much to say and to be honest. I sometimes get this song confused with. What would you say. So i get some reason if they all just kind of like you saying the suite of lover lay down typical situation dancing and It kind kinda just all quarters in with me but goods on to Talk to me about this I picked. This is my favorite song. Because when i was a little bit younger and I made mix tapes One of my mix tapes was called so much to say in. This was the first song on it. it was a dave matthews band mic state Because i think it is a really good representation of him You know it's got the clever lyrics. It's got the fun be. It's dot a little bit of sentimentality to it. It's got like the whole the whole package right there. In one song. I love. I love the cold to it. You know he does that there at the end. 'cause just when you think okay the songs over then he throws that in. It's like one more thing before you go. So yeah it's it's just in. It never gets old. I mean ants marching gets old But i have heard this the dentist office several times. I don't really go to the dentist. That off as it sounds but I hear this one and it. It just always kind of rekindles moment For me when i 'cause i knew Under the table and dreaming. But it wasn't really until crash. That i became a dave matthews fan and i think this is part of the reason that did nets. Yeah that's that's how that's your story. I'm sticking to it so we're gonna finish up everything with my last one.
"dave matthews" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater
"Right so we're going to mind number two so good one Sprucer to slip into dollars. Kiss movie kiss slee by john who don't be too shy for no we know. There is that her Late okay so liberally down again. Just a beautiful beautiful song of the tune just so simple so melodic and so soothing. Almost an i will say even though he singing it to a lover lay down. Kind of thing. I will be honest. I have used humming. Listen sometimes singing.
"dave matthews" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater
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"dave matthews" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater
"Us okay. Space between so. This is off of day. Matt us Every day album so again with a little bit of background. Dave did for these crowded streets crash and I'm under the table and dreaming order. But basically they will working on a fourth going be with lily white and wasn't going. Well dave open. They said that he wasn't feeling at the vibe. Didn't work and he said he was writing old fat sad old bastard songs is what he was saying and So they they were still working they. They need to go back on tour so they didn't finish so the idea was they were going to go on a tornado. Come back and finish with the white but they decided not to do that. And they ended up Dave and meeting Glen ballard glen. Ballard was a protege of inside jones produced. a bunch of atlanta's Alas more sent. I mean basically. The doomed helped invent allows more sad than her sound and lyrics. What have you Basically and got a hold of them and instead of finishing what became and stuff. They wrote a whole new songs. Somebody sunken who have been around in flavored. Trying out five but these are songs that have been that were ridden essentially for this album. And dave has said that tatum. Every day is should have been listed as dave matthews featuring glenn bowed because he openly admits that glenn had way too much influence on him so much so that when the ban came in incentive them like finding the music and playing together glenn basically just gave them the sheep but the charts and the sheet music. And so you play this and you play this for exactly five measures many you stop playing So as much more mechanic categorized which is very interesting. Because if you've listened to carter beaufort in interviews. He says he feels like a professional with these charts. Thanks they have since. Come back and said that this was kind of the beginning of things not really being dave matthews band and within the band itself But every day is kind of a device album. I'm funny enough. This is the only song off of Every day from me. That's on my list. But i do enjoy that alpbach to listen to it. A great deal. I don't love all the songs by july. Like so ryan But anyway space between has a wonderful melody. She's a beautiful melody. And just witter are amazing of you. Know like space between The firefly's in the you know in the rain in you the votes that. He's walking through the rain singing. The song about this woman. As saying i love you. And it's the space between will find each other you know between the raindrops between you know between your heart and mine have thing. It's it's it's sentimental and but it doesn't go into the coordinates of dave's writing does not allow it to go into the corning world or the courting realm which i also appreciate as well Jake during opinion on space between. It's a great song I i love the whole album. i really you know Debated you know which song i mean like. This was so hard to pick ten favorite song. Because i think he's got more good ones and bad ones and this album in particular was a minefield of good songs. If i could say that you ended up picking. I think. I'm looking at my list. Now i think the only picked one off this album like this was the one. This was the album that was the hardest for me so this song. This is like the second most mouth. The most second most played dave matthews band song and dentist's waiting rooms i think. Xm arts marching Yeah it's it's a very pretty song It does what it needs to do it. is catchy and has a nice message. It shows the bands talent and each of their respective areas So it's a good representation of the band. I think In like you said in kind of the second iteration of you know their career. I think i think this was an album where there was pretty every day in that post or everyday and everything after basically That would be been interesting title. Every day and everything after august and every and everything Word right kinda All right so. Let's go to number seven for mr jake air show.
"dave matthews" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater
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"dave matthews" Discussed on Everything You Never Needed to Know About Movies, Music & Theater
"Are eight so the song that has that was titled by dave matthews Then girlfriend now wife because when they took acid and someone said you look like a bunch of hill Hillbilly goats on acid. And so dave matthews called tripping. Billy's this. This one's off here per second album crash so this is they've oregon some window sale because under the table and dreaming wasn't very successful first album and then the second one Steve lillywhite had said that he wanted to make it more masculine. This thing just the rob. It was another ecu mile. Imagine When it came out hitless like huge and think dave matthews in terms of light commercial mainstream. Most people point to every day. We have to imagine d matthews came in right around the time of nirvana role cham- and those kind of like mike plunge was the thing you got an acoustic guitar. Traumas a bass guitar and violin and saxophone. This was not being done in the early nineties. When these guys came came into the the thing. I liked this one. I have covered it with my band once or twice Does kip repetitive. After wild four the singer and guitarist but that is what it's This may your uncle mentioned talk to me about this. So this sounds a little bit like ants marching to me at least with some of the The instrumentation there. And so i think you know what they say is like if something's working if it ain't broke don't fix it. You know what i mean. And so it. It carried on sort of the legacy of the first album and ants. Marching but i think it kind of took it to the next level. It was a little bit bigger I think the lyrics were a lot sharper like even that first verse that we heard you know You were above. We were standing underneath. I mean i just love the syntax of that thing. it's again. I'm a big. I guess what. I'm discovering through this chat. Is that a. I'm big into The words. I didn't think i really paid that. Much attention to Like the phrasing and and the wording so much. But i think that he has a really. Dave has really good gift at the rhythm of his lyrics. He's not always. Like on the beat and i don't just mean like you know how sometimes in concerts they will ref like even in the studio versions he you're going to expect you know him to say the words on this boom boom boom this rhythm and he'll just kind of throw it off and i think that that's kind of fun to listen to as well and it has got like i think this is the song. Correct me if i'm wrong matt. I'm sure you will eat drink and be merry for tomorrow. we pie. That was like every kids. High school yearbook that i can remember. You know like that was One of those lot lyrics that is forever etched in the minds of people of a certain generation So the other thing we should say. Is that dave Yes he was born. He was technically born in south africa during apartheid but he was born in south africa and He then went to virginia but his mother and ended up getting a job at a bar. And that's where dave matthews basically all met at this bar in in Virginia so the rhythms he he has said that most of his rhythms come from having grown grown up in south africa and not hearing mainstream music and hearing south african rhythms and his mother had said to him or he said his mother has said in interviews that every time he plays qatar. She amelie thinks of south africa. So it's it's because if you if you think about so i don't know if you know. Rusted roots restaurants are very similar in the sense that it's always offbeat so most singers are most songs things people wasn't for is the downbeat. You're waiting for the downbeat to go and then the person sinks Usually it's on you know one two and then gone. He does like he's like in between two and three. It's not you it's like half it's like half beats and and i've i've seen him play in. It's quite amazing because let's put it this way. I'm guitarist when i play songs. Most the time it's four chords and it's really slow. Hugh plays it really fast. And all you're seeing is him do this all the whole time. Like he's saying every word and his hands moving all around it's not so Part so that's part of the the rhythm that is speaking about but yeah trip and billy's great lyrics Type of thing. So those are Your unbel- mentions i'm coming up to my will mentions now because i am the host. I can do what i want so these these particular songs are not on albums they are live versions and these and maybe that's why i like them because i have.
"dave matthews" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"West of the Rockies. Toll free call. 806 188255. This is coast to coast A m with your guest host Richard Sarit. Hey, welcome back. Dave Matthews, Father and son and the Grammy Award winning singer songwriter musician who was born in Johannesburg, South Africa, performed this tribute to use it for cat Stevens is part of the recent Virtual Cat Song Festival, which celebrated the 50th anniversary of the legendary tea for the Tillman album. I Remember when I was in college, I don't know anybody who didn't have The tea for the tiller, an album just one of the great classic albums of all time. Maybe you have a copy somewhere in an old milk crate. Did you keep your albums in a milk crate? Of course, Of course you did. The vaunted Mediterranean diet and French gastronomy are getting some competition. The European Union's food safety agency says worms Safety Eat, really worms. The Parma based agency published a scientific opinion piece on Wednesday on the safety of dried yellow mealworms and gave them a thumbs up. Researchers said. The worms either eaten whole or in powdered form are a protein rich snack or ingredient for other foods. Allergic reactions may occur. Especially depending on the type of feed given to the bugs known officially as 10, brio, mullet or larva. But overall, the panel concludes that the novel food is safe under the proposed uses and use levels. Powdered yellow mealworms e m. Um if you like What you hear tonight this morning, and you want to find out more about what I do. The best thing is the head on over to my website. Strange planet dot CIA. I'm appear in Canada. We have that crazy. Crazy little ending there, Doc. See a strange planet dot CIA and you could find my weekly syndicated radio program.
Summerfest announces new three-weekend format for 2021
"New announcement. About what Summer fest 2021 is going to look like and we're joined right now. In the first Midwest Bank hotline by summer fest, CEO Don Smiley, Don. Good Afternoon. Good afternoon, Jeff. How are you? I am Well, thank you. Okay, Let's talk about the big news. What Summer fest. 2021 is going to look like and then we'll kind of explore why That decision was made, but so what? It's gonna look like Sure we're we're changing the festival format. The three weekends versus 11 days, so we'll start on June 24th and work 24 25 26. July, 123 and July 89 10. We will eliminate two Sundays, two Wednesdays and a Tuesday. That's five days. So what the essence of this is and and what we discovered through? Surveys and focus groups in in in in and data mining was that our customers want Mohr national bands. Earlier in the day. Can so We're going to take the expenses from those five days that I just gave to you and we're going to reallocate them to the weekends. Where will have local bands up early, but well, you you can picture a national band. Being on the Harley stage or the Miller stage at 5 P.m. and then another headliner at nine or 10 o'clock that evening, so it's an effort to go after more quality. Versus quantity and really fish. When the fish are biting, more people are more apt to be out on the weekends. Thursday, Friday Saturday with disposable income And And in using their energy entertainment dollars on those days versus the five days that I gave you, which, really when it came right down to it, they were really weak and that is W e a K. There were weak days for us, and we were spending a lot of money to produce those days and our money can be better spent in reallocating tow three weekends done. This is just in some ways respects. The logical progression in number means. Summer fest originally was always Thursday through Sunday, 11 days and a number of years ago. You made the decision. To to drop that first Monday because of a variety of things, including, I think week attendant, So this is really just kind of a logical progression of that I would imagine. It is. I mean, you know when you look at Theaters and restaurants and so on. I mean, you find a lot of businesses closed on Mondays. But when you're running a music festival The expenses are are are significant and Whatever you can. Maximize those dollars on different days. We concluded that that's the way to go. Even though it's too less days we're gonna have we're gonna have better bands and we're gonna have the bands that our customers our fans are looking for is still at a very affordable price. We're still gonna have free gated missions. We're still gonna have promotion days. We're still gonna have Children's fast day. It's such a It's such so none of that's going to change. We're just going to camp up. No pun intended thie the quality of the of the bands that we signed and on top of that on the fringes. If you will, pre summer fest in post summer fast, we're going to do a lot of shows in the American family insurance amphitheater in the beam, O'Hare's Pavilion will probably do more shows. And those two buildings that in the history of the festival So there's going to be a lot of activity in that building. It was too bad we couldn't use it the summer Ah, it turned out beautiful. And I'm referring to the reconstruction of the amphitheater. So and I know we're not alone there. I mean, you know everyone's hurting, and that includes sports and in restaurants and businesses alike. We understand that, but we had it. We have a scheduled board meeting this morning. We went through all of this. It was a unanimous decision. And so while we do understand that there are Maur. Important things going on in our world today and in people's lives have changed because of coded and also social unrest. This is just one of those things that we had to get out there and get on with it for the planning of 21, Don't just so I'm clear that this is not a one off plan for 2021. This is this is the plan for Summer fest moving forward is that correct? We'll see. I mean, I'm not going to sit here and tell you that You know that This is a perfect plan. And if if it works if all of the data That we considered in making this decision plays out. Well, then it will be a nine day festival going forward. I mean, you know who's to say that there isn't a show on Wednesday night prior to the opening Thursday, and who's to say this might turn into a 10 Day festival? I mean, you know, everything changed with Kobe. Everyone's life has changed their personal life, their social life. All businesses have been affected. And and and we're not on an island here, so we really believe that we have to be flexible. We have to be creative. We have to be able to pivot when when it's necessary, and that's exactly what we're doing. We lost $10.4 million in 2020. That's Before depreciation by not operating summer fest or any other shows down here or the ethnic festivals, So that's quite a mountain to climb. To try to make that money back and start replenishing our reserves again after we put $10 million of our own money into the amphitheatre, which was a $51 million project, so You know, I have, really, I really couldn't tell you what the future holds. I can tell you exactly what 21 is planned for, And if for some reason we run into a fork in the road In 21. Well, then we'll make a decision. At that time when you mentioned the ethnic festivals. Does this new schedule for summer fest proper, have any Will it have any impact on any of the ethnic festivals and they're scheduling No. The ethnic festivals would have the same dates as they would have had in 20 Got it. One of the other things in your announcement today for the nine days of summer fest. It looks like eight of the days are already booked for the amphitheater, and it looks like you've got just a a killer lineup coming there. I can give them to you if you're interested. Sure. Okay. On June 24 we have Khalid 25 is Luke Bryan 26 is Justin Bieber. July 1st Dave Matthews. The second is blank. 1 82. The third is Halsey. The eighth is Stapleton and the 10th his guns and roses. So we have one day to fill July 9th. Actually, it's filled but we can announce it. Yes, and we have some other shows sprinkled in around those dates. Already. So I think that's one of the things that people need to recognize as well and in part because of the partnership you have with with live nation now, the summer fest grounds. There's even outside the parameters of the run of summer fest that the summer fest grounds we're going to be utilized, probably more than ever in 2021 with big shows, right? Yes, sir. That was a great deal We did with the Frank Brothers, which is the live nation partner here in Wisconsin and That will provide more more shows more opportunities it required. Um, the reconstruction of the amphitheater. If we didn't do that, we wouldn't be any more shows And you know, there are some shows that we won't get there. Some shows that just play that, you know, they just want to play indoors and will will not get a shot of those. And There's plenty of venues in town for for those bands to play indoors and then and then we're going to get a shot at at bands that want to play amphitheaters. So we feel like we're in good shape. They're in and we're set up for the future, and I'm sure there's going to be some traditionalists who look at this and say, I really I really missed that Tuesday's show or I can't believe they're doing away with opening day Wednesday, but This is kind of a new reality that you're dealing with in a festival. Look, Let's just, you know, get this out of the way. I mean, we know we're not going to get all the votes and we know that there will be you know, there will be some that don't agree, but you know, we're going off a day out of I, You know, everyone's entitled to their own opinion. I love that. I think that's passion. That's like arguing who should hit second or third and play right field or second base. I mean, if they're not talking about you, I mean, then you really have a problem. So You know, everyone's entitled to their own opinion. We're just going on the facts. We know what our attendance is going back. Years. Um For Thursday, Friday Saturday and we know what kind of revenue we do on those days and we know exactly what the expenses are so for us to set this up. And get it ready for future generations and replenish our reserve funds. This is the move that we need to make. Got it done. Smiley Summer fest CEO. Thanks so much for spending some time with me this afternoon. I always appreciate it.
"dave matthews" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Bryan Dave Matthews bling calls the clinical then collided at Khaliq right that's exactly right and then so that those are already booked so they're they're already done and then you've got they they say they're already working Justin Bieber and guns N. roses so I mean it his job put your feet up on the new kind of relaxed because you know you're you're going to have like a you know it's going to be like twenty twenty redo but again I think that's that that's great you know the so they're they're actually booking those they're making announcements and makes you wonder if he's already looking at twenty twenty two you know well that's you know what what could be going on I'm sure there's other things to do like with the side bands and stuff but it is kind of the the schedule is is falling in place and they're all all these touring acts as a couple shows across the country that I had wanted to see and pretty much all the any band in any big performers canceled everything from twenty twenty but it is interesting because save you normally like they're not announcing twenty twenty one dates normally wouldn't be till the end of the year Nelly it's all out there Jerry profits he's got his tour schedule all through you know twenty twenty one which is kind of cool inference plant a lot of these bands that they make their money nowadays they don't make the money on record sales like it on the tours right and what people need to understand is it and it's I I've always been sympathetic with like Bob Babbitt you job because somebody says well why don't you have the rolling stones playing on you know July fourth or or whatever and what they need to realize is to your point the bands make the money but by tourists I mean that it costs a fortune to put on a a large stadium where an amphitheater show right so you don't bring it you know all twenty semi trucks full of equipment and staging for a one off it is maybe at the Superbowl you do but otherwise you know you you don't you're part of the tour so you're playing you're in in Detroit on Thursday night and you're in Milwaukee on Saturday and you're in Chicago on Sunday in your mold Minneapolis on Tuesday so you have to kind of fit into the the schedules if there because that's that's how they make money it's it's not just a one off so it's a challenge to puzzle it is it it is a puzzle but the proposal starting to come into place more quickly with regard to Summerfest twenty twenty one I cannot wait all right when we come back what do you do about fireworks stick around don't go anywhere.
"dave matthews" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"All is here Dave Matthews has weighed in about what's going on at chop jazz jazz shop the Capitol Hill organize protest he says that he supports it and that's all I care about that so important we're so the so if you wanted to know what the barefoot hippie acoustic guitar portion of America represented by Dave Matthews thought then you have it now I know super important stuff guys this is crazy I would I've been following the story and here's a server of new development the thirty two year old woman who shot her rapist as he choked her brother asked the judge to recuse herself from the murder trial because she was accused of destroying evidence of rejected her self defense claim this is a Jackson County circuit judge Jennifer Holt was asked by the victim Brittney Smith to step aside some people were saying that because Smith knew the rapist and that he was in her house and that the brother came in they got a fight that somehow it wasn't self defense I just think this is crazy the story and she's actually been in jail for this it's not but anyway I'll hold said that via court finds the defendant has given inconsistent accounts of events surrounding the rate the staff and so Britney Smith is asking her to recuse herself we're still keeping an eye on the story said I California synagogue mass shooting victims are suing gun manufacturers Smith and Wesson for what they say is illegally marketing the weapon to appeal to quote young men predisposed to violence and quote I don't think that that's going to go far in court and I've never seen Smith and Wesson say Hey crazy young men that like to kill people are anti semitic come get our stuff never seen that happen any McCarthy breaking down the charges in the race our books is Richard Brooks can't stay with.
"dave matthews" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"To guest host Dave Matthews I so glad you're tuning in Russia will be back on Monday Todd will be in tomorrow it is a very exciting day at at so many levels and I am thrilled to have Sydney power back on the show great author and attorney for Mike Flynn welcome back to the show Sydney thank you for having me can I really appreciate it you and bow and the whole wash team well let me tell you it is so exciting because you are a fighter and there's light at the end of the tunnel for this great guy general Mike Flynn Phyllis in and tell us how this is unfolding well we have just now within the last few minutes followed by a second production that we received from the government yesterday there are redactions to it but there are now eleven more pages of stunning developments including a report on showing where they close the following flown in on January fourth twenty seventeen and then a series of text messages between Strzok and page were they suddenly re open it currently seventh floor and there are a number of revelations in there it's just dark it's quite remarkable to say the least the thing that is so frightening to me as just an average American citizen is as some of these people in charge of justice and the law as they were finding out the truth they didn't care they just kept moving forward that is should terrify everyone they were determined to getting them out of what Hey we're just absolutely going to set him up and they knew he was honest with them after the interview panel what the F. B. I. agents on January twenty fourth in the White House they came back and brief that to three different people and we didn't know until December of this year from the inspector general's report for the department of justice that one of the agents who did that interview had actually been up by internet by the FBI into what was supposed to have been a trusted presidential briefing solely because general Flynn was going to be there with nominate trump back in August August seventeen twenty sixteen before the election and listening there specifically to collect information on flannel fest land in case they needed to interview him later this is just happens to be two days after they struck and page text each other about the insurance policy they discussed in McCabe's office and the day after day open the following flint skews me do you do you think that this flan Z. opening now of the facts in these files do you feel this will lead to other positive results for some of the people that were I'm going to say and they were railroaded they were railroaded by leftover Obama people and trump haters do you think this is going to start a positive trend are we going to see more people getting exonerated or cleared more facts coming out I think we're more likely to see applications of the people who committed the real crime because everything these FBI agents dead I mean they've been lying to Congress they've been lying to the inspector general they've been flying informed testimony in different places I believe and those will probably congressional hearings and obstruction of justice I mean to make up a crime against somebody and do what they did is itself obstruction of justice the thing that's so frustrating also as you look at the left and how every other word the left talks about is justice you know pay justice equality justice medical care justice equity justice it's always justice and they're they're protesting in tipping cars over and breaking windows when someone gets arrested or someone is falsely accused and sometimes it's necessary to call out those injustices not necessarily in that way but basically we saw a president and honest members of his cabinet get railroaded and for two years the Democrats cheered and the news media ignored it I don't know how how do we get this trust back well the news media's lost all credibility to anyone who's paying attention to the real facts that's why I always post the actual documents on my website at city palace dot com with the X. I. love that I love it he can download and you can copy and print amount yep yeah exactly look at the actual documents that's what I do before I follow any brief understand the Washington post accused me of making stuff up last week I didn't even know that they becuz me about that I always go to the actual documents and stickers shirts that come up sooner than put something on a falling to a federal judge that one correct I mean I don't make a mistake every now and then but you know it's not for lack of trying my damndest to get it right so what you're saying is that the girls on the view I have lost all credibility right they've lost all credibility in fact CNN MSNBC almost all of them have lost all credibility so you you've got the situation which general flan and it's been one heck of of of of battle and you you're seeing light at the end of the tunnel what other allies do you have or where can you turn in in our community is there someone other other people in the know I know there are a handful in the news media obviously I'd like to show but are there other places you could turn to get more people on board with getting justice out of the smaller circus well fortunately judicial watch has been all over it and of course Sean Hannity and mark Levin and Maria Bartiromo and John Solomon and Sara Carter and Margot Cleveland and the folks at the federalist I mean I can't even begin to name all we've got the extraordinary cadre out there of internet bloggers and researchers Twitter bloggers and researchers will people from America who are just sick of all this crap and want to get the truth out that's all we're asking for is the truth and and you just listed a great bunch of journalist we've been we've been brainwashed into believing that unless you go to some journalists school that Joe Biden spoke at you're not a journalist but the people you just listed along with I'm thinking James o'keefe of project veritas and it in a variety of items they are they are on these cases like pit bulls and then you've got the the legal expertise and of course the books that you that you author I'm I really feel positive about this I just wish this darn pandemic was in just wreaking havoc on the world like it is because the I actually think the the fall could be pretty good for this country and the president if we can get this pandemic under wraps you know yeah yes definitely well I think it's a lot more under wraps and people wanted minutes under wraps so yeah you only have no argument no argument there so on you on Monday are we gonna find something out about general Flynn or when when will he be exonerated if if that's the plan that is the plan that's been my plan from day one I'm hoping that the department of justice would even go ahead and move to dismiss the case tomorrow tomorrow is a long day I can't think of a better time to do it and understand they still have more documents to give to us but hopefully that can be done today or early tomorrow and then the case should be dismissed as soon as humanly possible you know just going through the history of this Obama comes up in it and other people that are not fans of trump come up with in it and there's so many there's so many references and content among the people in the F. B. I. that the web just got bigger and bigger regarding Mike Flynn and trying to cripple the administration of Donald Trump and it's to me it's like one of the greatest stories to me a journalist would want to break this story and turn it into something big but I I just don't think there's any Watergate people left that are in the mainstream media I I just think they're all too fat and happy with their salaries yeah and to unwilling to search for the truth they have their own you or they're willfully blind to the truth and they're not willing to look at anything that changes their perception of what they want to hold on to so I want to make sure Sydney that people can follow along give me your website again yes it's Sidney Powell dot com inside the any why P. O. W. E. L. L. and you can sign up for updates there and working until we did a blast yesterday with new information and we'll do another one today that is citing the exciting stuff I follow you I get the I get the updates and thank you again for keeping up the fight and give general Flynn our best and we're going to be following it closely for the next several days thank you again for being on the show Sydney thank you for having me Tian and give our best to rush we just all love in appreciating will do and will be back on the Rush Limbaugh show with a lot more coming up you are listening to the EIB network you're listening to Rush Limbaugh on talk radio five sixty so Karen we've been talking with you for a while now about Lone Star transfer your family business and how you and your team legally and ethically relieve people of the financial burden of a time share so why is it important to you that Lone Star transfer is successful what is really important to us Larry is when a time sure owner comes to a time in their life when they realize that their time Cher just is not working for them that they have a company that they can turn to a company that they can trust to get them out of their time share legally and ethically and in a guaranteed time frame which is really important speaking of taking care of your customers can you tell us about how you and your family do that I mean I know Tyler is your office manager and plays a huge role in your customer service department yes our customer service is the most important to all of us at Lone Star transfer we're going to make sure that every caller is treated with the utmost respect and help them in any way that we can what can be done to get out of a time share what can callers expect when they call Lone Star my son Tyler is here with me today I'm gonna let him answer that question thank you Larry that's a great question there are so many different times your situations it's really important that you call our office today and one of our representatives will ask you just a few questions.
"dave matthews" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Matthews on the line if we did have Dave Matthews on the line I don't believe D. them would be able to control himself how many did not the shows have you been to eighty nine eighty nine and it never gets old it never gets old it's different every single time have you ever met now I don't really want to be there but I met the electric guitars is actually my favorite musician in the band a couple times why would you want me to just get the visa jerk here yep no reason it's just not necessary it's kind of creepy like I know way too much about that do it and has there ever been an athlete or a famous person that you grew up loving and then you met them and then when you met them just your impression of them totally just major be upset and room so many childhood memories fortunately not knowing if fortunately a lot of the heroes I had as a kid I haven't met many of them but the ones that I've encountered have been great and even like as recently as Mike piazza coming on this show and just all absolutely unbelievable so thankfully now the closest to that is just Carlos Beltran being a cheater who got fired before he managed a game for the Mets but luckily I didn't need him to be for him to be ruined for me it's just that life ruined it for me so so you don't like Beltran anymore as we don't I mean I still I said I will always love him but it's it's bad it went south that situation yeah there's just so many more people in that situation that you have anger at for example AJ Hinch Jeff window Jim crane rob man Fred and I'm not giving bell tried to pass I just don't like that they set off your player you could speak about things that happened to me and now since the guy's a longer play everyone the infraction occurred he was a player that now all the sudden he was the one player they got his name dragged through the mud and all this you know what it is I don't like that he brought the Mets into it which wasn't necessarily fall but I don't know how forthcoming he was in that interview process about what he was actually involved and I also can get on the Mets here because Bernie McLagan said they never even talk about the actual situation of course you get on the next Wednesday you got a college yeah that was it I've met one time and usually mostly athletes like me most of people that I grew up enjoying I'd meet them and they end up being very nice and everyone it's tough for me to to really knock someone after one poor interaction because I understand that there are so many people that try to take a picture or try to get an autograph for try to strike up conversation these people go through ups and downs in life as well where they could just be having a bad day Hey and they want to be left alone but because of the clout they have in the public image they have are they may give off the wrong impression when we don't know what's truly going on behind the scenes so whenever someone says all this person's a bad guy or this person did that unless if they have a crazy story to back it up it's tough for me to then just label the guy's a bad dude so the one that I'm going to say I'm not gonna call the bad dude because down deep I don't think he's a bad dude about one year younger in my in my broadcasting career if you could imagine that since I am still pretty young but younger in my younger time my broadcasting career I was getting off the plane going to a Super Bowl and the airport was fairly empty for Super Bowl week and I'm at baggage claim and I looked to my right and there is teddy Persky and teddy briskly has zero crowd around him there's not a lot of people in the airport so I used to have the teddy Persky Jersey still do I read his book never give up I was a huge teddy Persky fan and I tried to strike up a conversation and I could tell you was this interested said I want to bug him so I wanted to get a photo with him and I said I tried to get a big fan blah blah like talking to him for like a little bit thirty five forty five seconds a minute trying to have to small talk and he goes no I can't do a photo and I was got it I called up my cousin I said you know the guy that we used to cheer for turtle what I need to take a photo with me so I was a little bit down in the dumps on that one but Hey what what can you do you also hear some good stories about thirty per stay as well CBS sports artist over line if I five.
"dave matthews" Discussed on The Tapes Archive
"Quarters nascent gaining this room this chemistry and this click between us and and being really excited about it but I think that was like really surprising to all of us because none of it. None of us expected that none other expect people to get up and instruct dancing and start celebrating around what we are doing. And what year was that had? Been One thousand nine hundred and it was. It was only two hundred people but I think that's like the that was sort of the thing that sets US rolling the thing that made us survive to two and a half years event for three years in the van need deepen in vegetarian. Big MACs and and And trump steaks and rotting broccoli. And I'm sure there's some that walked past me. What the hell out the back there. It was that a rat or is that a piece of I dunno smells it here. You know it's too hot. Shut up. Don't talk to me. Don't make me stop this fan just to other things that you go people You know I guess since they cannot figure out a label for your music. I guess you get lumped in that kind of neo hippie grateful dead sound. Do you think that comparison is justified at all? I get what people are saying. I can understand you know they say we Jan we improvised. We live The dead didn't have a violent today and they didn't move either and they didn't move that much either but I you know I don't. It doesn't upset the Compassionate Am. Set me at all and we do tweet tour and so now. I can see that and then the the reason I think. Mostly comparison doesn't upset me because The first time that I ever saw the Dan writing the first time all of us except for boy who had seen them once every time we throw them was when we opened up in Las Vegas this last summer so it doesn't insult me and I never really listened to them and not because I didn't been liked him but because it just never expose myself to well I guess. Probably my parents didn't doesn't involve. I never listened to them grow. It was just it was just so it doesn't bother me for that reasonable. I call and I get. There's something we do that they do I am really happy that we got to play with them before Jerry. Tiny notes was Not The one on first name basis but everyone seems to refer mysterious dog ahead and I just just because he was such an incredible culture of subculture but the created that was uniquely American but at the same time very much not not a mainstream although amazingly mainstream and at the same time it wasn't it amazes me. Meet some lawyer or an accountant in these. The last we ever expect. And they're like well. I've seen eighteen million dead shows funded time and they have tape every one of the. I guess. There's nothing to the taping because we never got any Initially any reaction from industry that looked at us like what the way that we the word spread about us was not because of us when we partially it was but also people taping the shows and and so we derive. We've never been to Boston. We don't have an Alabama but we get to some passing and show and a little club and then everyone in the plaintiffs singing along with us. Plano grown deism university show in Burlington and be playing. And then everyone singing back. There's never been to Burlington about this tape that tape. That's already to taper sections we we don't have. I think we might have started out this guy. Mike's get to too much in the way but I don't think we have A. We don't have a board feed but we do. Have we do. Let people come in and bring microphones? Oh that's good. Yeah that's a good thing. I mean everybody had thought well and you know maybe that's what contributed to the dead. Not being a great selling band Record wise You know I mean on the other hand. They certainly sold out every concert. For what twenty years or something. We answer yeah. I guess the thing thing is that they with them. Maybe there was some. I don't know if they didn't like the studio or Beta fans directed things at that that I We love go to the studio and especially this last time even though we should've weren't there but what comes out of it is very different from what we do. Live fish similar but also very different. You know and so that I haven't felt there's going to be much Think the people that have the tapes and the people who buy the bootleg CDs are GONNA buyer. Cd's to really feel like. I feel like it does more good than it does band and now finally another story. I've been working out. I've been asking everybody I interview. Have you seen the rock and Roll Hall of fame? And what do you think of the idea? I haven't seen the rock and Roll Hall of fame. I think it's interesting because The main reason like was funny thing all these rebels from the Pru at least a lot of the people that are in their in their youth. Were rebels crazy nuts. You know scheming being thrown their finger ups and cute and now they're all standing there going. You know it's about time that we are honoring in that place. You know to call in like it went from being rebels to be happy rock and roll family Which is fine. I mean it's cool. I mean I don't really think about it either way. I guess I have no opinion. I have. I haven't I have no urge to go there But that may that may be mild eight branches. Let's let me say it was no doubt it is my only let me say that. I have no burning desire to go okay. I won't travel across fields and mountains to get there will however travel a long way to go. Small village allegiance to have a good Tampa Care to hazard guests on Twenty three years down the road whether you're going to be in the rock and Roll Hall of fame. Twenty three years down the it's Will the rock and Roll Hall of fame exist anymore with an empty building rats and the growing homeless ran one wonders So I wonder what will be hadn't really considered that being in the rock and Roll Hall of fame you got you got a ways to go. I mean a year we've gotta wear wise so After twenty five years from your first album. So that's why ask and just wondering Anyway this this Really enjoyable do you have anything else. You want to tell people that we haven't talked about no but thank you very much I enjoyed talking to you. Okay we'll see in a couple of weeks. Great take all about listening to the tapes archived. Podcasts please remember. You can always find more information about the show. And the individual episodes at our website. The TAPES ARCHIVE DOT COM until next time. 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"dave matthews" Discussed on The Tapes Archive
"And being sort of in the middle of something much more tumultuous than I would have expected it to be sitting back dreaming. It's sort of has that that ring of a boy. Y You know what happened here. You know. I'm just success and everything that's happened to you in the last couple years just seem you know. I thought maybe it was just kind of overwhelming. It is I think if I ever had been an analyst. They probably say that was a good way to deal with it. You write about it let you feelings. So I'm guessing that's that's how I did and I do miss that but I think I do miss them but everybody does and I have a damn good job so absolutely as far as jobs go this is a good one and I should try and keep it for as long as I can. Can you tell me how you're singing style and your footwork style came about? I don't know about the footwork. That's more like an infliction. I don't know what happened there because I steve videos myself embarrassed because looks like I'm doing at Charleston so I'll probably my mom or my grandmother. She tried to the Charleston between my gene pool. And it doesn't always happen. Tv consistent than to be cool but instead they stays diller they just pop up and down like anybody feeding all of a sudden there's just complete span that takes place my knees bending in strange directions and I'm like what's happening to me. That doesn't feel like that from where I'm looking conscious of it when you're doing not really usually happen. He lost you know in in the throes of passion. Whatever I I just thought shadow boxing. I wondered if you had boxed at some point you haven't been a good idea though should've got bitten to know that immediately quit can right now. Have the first girlfriend that I've ever had that allowed to touch my nose. Which is difficult when you're kissing and a half because I haven't very sensitive about news obsessed by by because it. I don't know I sneeze too damn measly but I think there's that it was something from a hay fever ridden childhood when new girlfriend has been simultaneously. Outgrowing a fever. So maybe but she's free to squeeze and Nibble Manos. She likes so much for boxing but but The her singing style. Think I don't know where it comes from but I knew I know I love melodies. I know that I like the feeling of resonance of a voice in my head. Really cool thing to imitate sound to imitate to try and use when someone goes what to use that sound or or somebody's angry to grind even to try and found like somebody who's angry but not only sound like somebody who's angry but also sound somebody who's hysterical when they're angry not only do we mean but also be yodeling. 'cause you're so obsessed by you know when people get mad and they start sharing and and those kind of things also and like laughter and the musical sound of laughter than trying to bring in trying to turn that into melody and in the sound of of girls laughing in the toilets or the inspiration of the windscreen wipers. It's just all it's all things I think the or I don't know what the Hell I'm talking to death but I don't know what I think is where the hell my say stock goes for me is that is it. Seems to ribbon of it. It seems like we're not maybe not derivative but it seems like the obvious melodies. They come out and certainly did seem like the for the obvious things to do you harm phnomenom on is. I'm writing a song and then then I find when I'm like. Oh that's good. That's good and I sing along with it for a while and changes and then I listened back through the tape in the home that one over. Dan could go back there and resurrect so so. I don't know where it comes from. I I listen to you. Know a lot of the Beatles and listen to a lot about money and a lot of mom and game when I was growing up and actually cheap houses and do a lot of classical music. My parents always had it on ecstasy. Would I? I could see that I mean none of the others I really here but x t C. Okay I can Joe Cocker Joe. Joe Jackson Love Your Jackson. Yeah wow kind of crazy. Home very it's almost noxious but most beautiful way. How about Adrian Belew? Yeah love agent okay. Because that's probably the closest comparison. I ever said that I love that. You said that because he because you use your voice as an instrument and he does too. He's really good at that. Love that sort of putting the the character behind the voice of these things right behind the words you things low rhinoceros that whole album. The funny stuff hysterical. Because it's right there really will do little around Bangka. The great I hear you know because I hear the occasional thing of Musica reminds me of King Crimson and so I am but but I guess it's the Blue Influence I love. Love Love King Crozet. You've probably just had the most amazing last couple of years. I mean it's probably like head-spinning couple of years and I always think that the people who who have an incredible life changing type things happen to them that there but overbroad period of time. There's always like one instance that happens where it lets you know that. That's something that your life has changed. Revoke Blake was. Was there. One thing that happened to you in the past couple of years were you realized. Oh Man I am. I am famous. I am a star. I am how whatever runs shoes..
"dave matthews" Discussed on The Tapes Archive
"People are free to think and people are free to drink and people have free to smoke and people are free to alter their minds and people are free to love it. They like people feel live when they're like. Oh and do what they like and or talk the way that they like. And so you aim at that and then you just keep chipping away adding more bricks on tonight that you just add more more more stones to that tile things that can give you freedom but you can never get there because it's impossible because once you sort of resigned yourself saying that's the goal but it's an unreachable goal then it becomes a sort of almost a religion without God whether God become a scene away a righteous gold. Oh don't you think I mean the freedom you talk about? I mean in in this country I think it exists but I think it's also a matter of you. You have that freedom but you also have the freedom that other people have the freedom to make your life a living. Hell if you if you practice your freedoms yeah exactly we? I think but I think in many senses this country to discouraged. And it's something that happens with governments certainly with governments all over the world. The the the the idea to perpetuate themselves so rather than perpetuate themselves by the by saying okay. Let's just get every bit of any information to everyone as aggressively as we can educate children on every level. You know so they know. Martin Luther King Malcolm X. They know they know Nelson Mandela. They know Fidel Castro. You know Karl Marx. They know Jesus Christ got. We've got to educate our children on every philosophy that we can so that when they leave they open minds and their way. That would perpetuate a very creative very and it's almost a sense there but I feel much more much more often. There's takes them that but the thing. I love the most about this country that I am free to say whatever I like about it and I don't necessarily jump on that horse as much as I should but I have complained and I think it's good to complain you know. I think it's good to complain but I think it would be good for us to listen to someone from Dallas more. When did you come to this country? I've been back and forth all my life growing up here And grown up in South Africa and my father a physicist so we came here and we lived in England for the same reason back here and then detached away went back South Africa and I moved back to the states back and forth all my life born here for Birch. Tell me about proudest. Monkey is about you. I didn't think it was. I thought it was just initially when I thought I was just like evolution. The of or at least some sort of evolution from simple rural on people think too Horn honking Red Light Green Light Cigarette Butts urban debris dwellers in the federal From cave dwellers to too crowded dwellers. That's what I thought. Initially but then when we got the album's Steve Lillywhite Center. We put this at the end of the album about you guys and I thought wow now in a in a Lotta ways it does mean that more because I guess I guess the base it was coming from in. My heart was kind of like that. This idea of being quiet and and having lots of time to stare at the stars.
"dave matthews" Discussed on The Tapes Archive
"Just with have music movie. I don't know I just feel like it's sort of like a crowd at hall as well recorded from a chandelier above everything else. I don't know where that Mike it's an interesting idea. I don't do drive in drive out as an obvious obvious what but there are times and I don't know what the song is. One of the songs you played at farm aid had a very almost like cars honking at each other. And and I get this this very stop and go very motion conscious of sound when I listened to your music. And that's definitely something that I think. It's the combination of all of us. Sort of a circular feel around the museum. Sort of change some unexpected ways of dealing with rhythm which keeps it more time and then like a house or more like the movement and maybe as a car crash and or like a real areas movement. I think you're like in the crash and and it was funny because I read this on crash and we and then we recorded in finishing the lyrics and then realized wow it's channeling like waves almost and then you taking Steve even through some wage at the end that we recorded down The coast in New York. But but it's a it's that was that was that was sort of surprising to me that that the song came out used the words and the references to water with and I never really thought about it that much that the Movement. I don't know why didn't I think I have to give credit to the players into way to songs unfold. Well it's it's interesting because it's I mean one of the things that I that I've come to enjoy about your music is that it's so I mean it's so maybe it is two four and four four. I don't know but it's it's so not that way. It doesn't feel that way. You know it's it's very the time seem odd or were they can shift very quickly and And without warning I guess that's maybe that's what I'm partially what I'm hearing but but I just find that fascinating so different from what everybody else does and from standard Pop songs. Yeah you know those you know those Thank you very much for us. But you know when go to one of those perspectives? I think I saw it in the in the Richmond Science Museum players perspective. So you look through this I video once. I think I saw an idea. I'm going to use one of these things but you look into a hole in the wall. You see this room on the other side but then then you have a friend walk into the room and actually you know the whole perspective of it is isn't illusion it actually isn't a square but in fact or a box room. It's actually likes this. You know small and then shorter and and there's the illusion of a big room but it's actually a tiny little sort of cone shaped thing and so I think the honor of playing with with Carter and all of us and then playing together how easily we can deal with a song and six eight or deal with a song in a wall or deal with jump back and forth from six eight two four four or make a solid sounds ago that or they're just four four but with just the way that we deal with them makes them seem all you know but actually just a straightforward tom signatures any but just maybe the way that we can emphasize them makes them sound left that way so much of it as having people being working with people that are playful with music because otherwise I get bored and weed killer so that people will stretch in those things. If for no other reason to challenge themselves I gotta think that's at some point in your career that you've had some record company. Geigo come up to you and listen you know. If you've played it a little straighter you know if you just did it a little bit more straightforward millions of records. I you've had that avenue I think There's there's been that there's been that and I think that was mostly at the beginning before we were assigned that was sort of the reaction that we got right. You know you you know. There's just no place for this music. It's too clever bridge to this and then I was like it's not clever. It's just it's just a little quirky little eccentric but not trying to outdo anyone he certainly hit people in the heart so I mean we got some of that reaction but a lot of people you know. The most industry arrived when we had a really solid finally so they arrived and there was some following in Virginia and then when we moved to return playing up in New York they'd come and see us there and then we'd have this following their people who just rock and so I get a Lotta innocent. You got caught in that to like well that's weird. Luckily they like it even though it's in that Weird Times innocent and the industry is. It's a very strange thing on fascinated by. I know that a lot of friends that I have in. It might not find me quite as fascinating an attractive. We're on the downslide. I certainly think it's IT'S A. It's a fickle industry that this doesn't have that friendships that have been forward in this industry very easily throw back into the furnace. Well that's a good toys. Remember because because it is a business that that that can be pretty cruelty especially I think always expecting it. I mean you saw three million. Plus records of a record I'm presuming did not cost a great deal to make everybody's GonNa love you. I guess you don't have to look any further than like the spin doctors to see how quickly things can fall. And let me ask you about some of the songs on can you? Can you tell me about cry freedom? I think it's really beautiful. Song started. Our there's obviously Title REFERENCE TO THE FILM. Edinburgh which I wasn't completely crazy about the film. No wild about the book. I think Peter would the author you know certain from that learnt a lot about Biko and from my family and my mother just to add very a terrible story but it star to the song started sort of not seeing about Biko but just about some sort of struggle and the image of nation with the ideas of flags and resistance. But then I felt like that the the just little addressed to that was good. If I wasn't being too you know direct. I'm always ambiguous so I made the song be more about that frame than I like a lot. The Cry Freedom so th th. There are many different places that that comes from the internal struggle to to somehow bring the what's inside of a person and what's outside of a person together somehow bring make him similarly which is something we all. I think we all trying to try and make what's inside of the what's me on the inside. And what's in the on the outside and similar as possible so that I don't go Benigno and you sort of have to compromise that a lot so I think that's sort of the the thing that was going on and on the idea that and then even when things were improved to protect yourself you know the image of the girl being taken from a place but then really put in put into another place now place. It's It's closed in ignorant of it's going to just a dark places. Situations Not really improved. So I don't know I it was. It was a song I guess just about free. Which is the word that I don't think had the respected deserves even certainly specifically in this country we use it loosely and easily like we use love. I WanNa love you tonight Daddy. You know it's it's a loose interpretation of the word and I think when we say this country one of the only free countries or countries with freedom countries that have achieved freedom country founded and freedom and justice is sort of a loose interpretation of the word because freedom certainly implies them a little more lenient than we experienced in this country. And I and I've always thought that in a mood that I sent in South Africa. That freedom is something right now at least freedom or something something you aim at but something that's always on the horizon and that's no way that you can get there so that's the fight. The fight is there's the goal. That's that's what we want. We want freedom. So de la free to create and.
"dave matthews" Discussed on The Tapes Archive
"Thanks tune in and now it's time to open the vault. Glad to hear you. Where are you today? I'm in Virginia. Beach Hotel rooms turning over The momentum I put my sock on Over the Atlantic Thinking. Wow Are you. Is Virginia Beach Anywhere close to home? It's about three and a half hours and came over here yesterday. Spent my no. Don't went down source some friends of mine today. A band called agents good routes and then today we're going to do an amphitheater here. Well let me start by asking you in the bio you described. The new record has more aggressive more sexy more allowed or soft to me. I thought more focus than maybe makes more sense. At least. That's sort of the way I heard it. T- think that's I think it's always difficult to hear yourself quoted because I was thinking partly true and then party Nachos or or it's what what you said but it's sort of cut around. I think I would agree with you. I don't it's hard for me to know because I'm inside looking out exactly what it looks like. It'd be on the outside looking in but I know this album had a lot more as a lot more ease about it and there was a lot more and spontaneity in creation on it and we're GONNA circle the first time we sort of did like in a conventional way. We did a click track and guitar drums bass and then over dubbing things and and so we we sort of made. I really liked the first record I really do. I was really proud of it. But this one had more of us and we didn't use a click track. We just got in a circle and we all played boom and then as the foundation of the album was live and in between the lines. Which which aren't there anymore. You can't you can't hear the movie. Just Jan we did a lot of jamming and a lot of planes And IMPR- improvising and inventing new parts for songs and inventing new sections for songs so So Yeah I think you know. Be Circling Lane us. This thing down vocals on it from the from the beginning and having violent and saxophonist What you hear on the album a lot of that is even even what we did in the in the first half so I think in that sense there's an immediacy about it and then also because we are in a circle together and because we were playing in that environment that there's some sort of continuity about how there's something there's a beginning. There's an end when I when I listen to Under the table and dreaming the first time I I just thought to myself I I had a real hard time understanding it and understanding what you're doing and it took me. I guess when I saw you play far made it started to make some sense and now that I you know now this is this record just makes much more sense to me. So I I know what you mean for Noah so I carry on. Please go ahead I want I I. I'm wondering if I may even remotely close to that. If that's the way you think of it or just I think of when I when I on the table and dreaming sort of like. I don't know a picture of Munish over jacket wear over check but it's sort of. That's the way it looks shiny and it's you know whereas this. I feel like I could sit with his album when we were done. Under the table and dreaming I nine ever listened to it from beginning to end. I don't think ever I think we finished mixing it and it was like goodbye and Not because I hated it because I was done and I guess when he got to the end I was. I know I was psyched about it. But maybe not a scientist I. I am about this one because I haven't listened to it met once we're finished. I really I really listen to it a lot. And I you know scrutiny. I feel like it seems like to me. I can look at it almost more clearly than the other one so I guess in a way. That's an agreement with what you're saying about there being a more of a sense in it you. Yeah and so. It's interesting to me that even though you're playing in a circle you said it seems like like parts would be rewritten that That that the songwriting process is very fluid for you. Am I correct about that? Much more amiss album. There was a lot of lyrics that weren't finished and You know in the last moment we might flip sections around and I think maybe that was one of the reasons that it became clear became more tied again. It was because I would be working on their expert for crash and the lyrics for Let you down and the lyrics Florence. Say Goodbye I know what each one is a bad but the fact that they made that they were all being done on too much as well. You know it's all been done to simultaneously. Maybe that's maybe the reflection clear that seems to be in line with the way I was thinking about it so I'm glad about that. I feel more comfortable about that. I hear a lot of excuse me. Excuse me to keep it down just a little bit. Thanks maybe maybe not questioning about a car. Sounds on your records or the feeling of cars driving around. And do you hear that at all to you? Is that intentional at all? Or is that people at the cool at the cool. There's something that drives and then I guess I don't know if we put any inner just this kind of occasional confusion occasional crowded highways and traffic.
DJ Colleen 'Cosmo' Murphy on David Mancuso
"We're joined today by a very special guest asked Colleen Murphy known to nightclubs the world as DJ. COSMO welcome colleen. We'll be talking later about Lydia lunch launch and featured writer Darrell easily. But let's start with the main reason we've asked you'd to enter the world's back pages cover they tell. Tell us a little bit of wells February. This year is the fiftieth. I Love David. Mine cruisers loft passes you playing in New York at the fiftieth anniversary of the music. Yes yeah would it be fed cycling. The you are sort of Dave Matthews representative on. I think that's a few days few people I think one thing. That's very important to say about the Loft and David is is that he didn't think the party was even just about him And it's really about a sense of community. I am one of the caretakers Roy. And that's how he would speak. Speak to me about it and then meet considered himself a caretaker of the loft. I mean it was very much she said like the loft is a given name. I should back up because he I started doing parties in his own. Home at six forty seven Broadway picture phone. Google Street still fibrous building. Think he started throwing informal party in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight years that I was born and he didn't really make them into proper weekly party. He is with a contribution until February fourteenth nineteen seventy and he called it. A love saves the day but then the law was given name because it was a law. People are you're going. Hey going over there to that. Law became the name of the Party. Yeah well let's go. I will go by. When did you first when you start really getting the music? When did you start? DJ -ING Myself. One thousand nine hundred eighty two when I was fourteen. Wow I had A. I was quite lucky. I had a radio station in my high school. Alive is ten watts got basically to the edges of my town. My small suburban New England towns where I was the only one that played music. That wasn't top forty already and that wasn't classic rock. Although we did have one Christian music special not my show and I had a radio show for four years so the first year I was actually playing fifties and sixties speak. Because I was really into that. I was reading my uncle's record collection at the time and I had grown up. My parents didn't listen to a lot of music music at home but when we listen to music in the car and a Sunday drive we listen to people like Wolfman Jack still had a syndicated radio show and another one was already woo Ginsburg art show and she was all like the all those oldies and I just knew them inside and out and then my uncle lived if down the street from me and I used to raid his record collection. Because I I was given A. Ge Trim Line Record Player portable record player. Hand me down when I was about twelve. And that's when I really started getting properly into albums. The first one was Moody Blues Days of Future Past. That was my first obsession. Actually there's a proper album album. That's twelve the following year but my first year in high school freshman year. I had that old show the next year I started to more expensive. Expansive kind of new wave shows GALVEZ Castillo. Lot of Elena lavish fifty. Two's a little bit hard core stuff do that. It was kind of coming out really into black flag and the evanger all sorts of like the T. scene and then the following year. I had a show my friend. Mary crusoe called PUNK FUNK and junk. And that's where the name Cosmo was born because she became remix remix and I came cozma because there was a bound electro bound call nucleus and they had their. Dj was 'cause Moan. It's yell. Cosmo Gimme a beat. We we had sweatshirts that we may with our names on the back. We rock around arguing. Glenn High School you know no one else really was into that music and and then my final year. I had a show called strawberry alarm clock because I was still into sixty stuff. There was the whole kind of Paisley popping that was going on and I was working at a record shop. It was this chain store at that time called strawberries and because I had a show in the morning I worked at strawberries. Strawberry alarm clock and that was very eclectic. Six show pickup from a strawberry alarm clock to Chardonnay to black flag. To I mean it was just whatever my found was so yeah. I think I'll all ten listeners. Left at ease from the to some discussions Our B let's pick trajectory. I mean having said got my first GIG that I went to was the funk. FESTS and Providence Rhode Island's gap one way grandmaster Melle and bark as it was also going to few kind of Electrobi- clubs and Roxbury like my mom knows this mom. If you're listening to before center later I was into of course prince you know and slept out for tickets for the purple rain tour later. The cleaners tonight on Worcester Massachusetts so but luckily in Boston. Because I was outside Boston. We have great radio because we had college. Radio stations actually also brown station to Providence. Had a really good funk show and we had kissed one away with Sunny Joe White and so it was a commercial kind of I hate saying the word black music because I just don't think music has a color but I was going to do it for simplicity's sake right now and I used to listen to his show to. This is quite eclectic. I wouldn't say that wasn't the music. I was collecting and really it was quite a trajectory because I moved to New York Nine hundred eighty six eighty six okay and I went to Nyu and the reason I picked NYU's. I had to get out of Boston. It had the best college radio stations in the country. And I knew that's what I wanted and I knew that's where I wanted to be an somehow. We scrambled together loans and scholarships and got there. Because I was the first kid in my family to go to university. It wasn't expected to make sure and I went in the first week to. WNYC stations that high want to work work here and that they became my it was my family was my home intact and I ended up becoming program director and into the whole bunch of radio shows including the anchor show which was the new the afternoon. Show which is a three and a half hour drive time show where we played everything from like Nick Cave to the Belgian stuff. That was coming out of the cold ways stuff to you know to the four. AD cocteau twins Dunkin downs to everything so that was great. And then after that I produced syndicated radio shows I interviewed a lot of these bounds. Probably hundreds of pounds really that was syndicated to I think. Two hundred radio stations across country college radio stations. It was called Music View. And I even like you know a huge butthole surfers found at that time tall leary fifteen times and I. I mean Nick Cave loads of people I kind of and then all the Brit- British stuff too. Because I had always been an anglophile because growing up I was really into new order. J in addition in the Smith and seeing all these bounds of the cure fats down on stage. You want to dismiss legendary Gigs Boston so I was really and an anglophile as well. I was interviewing lows of bands like the verve and away Sis Anita all these bounds as well but I started going to save his. Party's we'll probably find Jim Sullivan's review of that show where she danced on the stage. And then I looked it up before because it was less. It's amazing one thing that's amazing. What the Internet is you can find? Old Settlers started listening to my first grateful dead show over and over last week. Some army onto a slight like March twenty second nine hundred eighty seven. The opening of the Spring Tour in Virginia Beach started listening to that. And you can find all track lists and I can find a photo the butthole surfers show the channel that I went. I mean it's amazing what you can find so. I did research and the smiths that that Smith's game was quite a big
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2020 inductees announced
"The rock and roll hall of fame is announced the inductees for this year and as a P. music correspondent margins are a lot of reports the choices of of course led to controversy on the one hand to the rock and roll hall of fame will be more diverse by inducting Whitney Houston and the notorious B. I. G. on the other hand are they rock and roll this year's other inductees are the Doobie brothers Depeche Mode Nine Inch Nails and T. rex the Doobie brothers are the only up to finish in the top five of the fan vote behind the Dave Matthews Band and Pat Benatar and ahead of Soundgarden and Judas Priest those votes were tallied with the music industry members ballots the may second induction ceremony in Cleveland will be broadcast live for the first time on
Houston, Doobie Brothers will be inducted into Rock Hall
"On the one hand to the rock and roll hall of fame will be more diverse by inducting Whitney Houston and the notorious B. I. G. on the other hand are they rock and roll this year's other inductees are the Doobie brothers Depeche Mode Nine Inch Nails and T. rex the Doobie brothers are the only up to finish in the top five of the fan vote behind the Dave Matthews Band and Pat Benatar in ahead of Soundgarden and Judas Priest those votes were tallied with the music industry members ballots the may second induction ceremony in Cleveland will be broadcast live for the first time on HBO I marches are let out
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominees announced
"The rock and roll hall of fame has announced nine first time nominees including the victorious B. I G. Whitney Houston Pat Benatar and the Doobie brothers other first timers for the induction of our Dave Matthews motor head Soundgarden T. rex and
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2020 nominees are....
"There's the list of nominees for this year's rock and roll hall of fame obviously we'll find out in January and then I'll have the big show that they always put a cable TV probably in April but Dave Matthews Band first time nominee for the rock and roll hall of fame
Dave Matthews, Anderson Paak and Maren Morris Form Lobby Group
"Horn the music industry changes almost by the minute thanks to the internet and all kinds of streaming services these days it's a lot more complicated to figure out who gets paid for what well listeners are really good at adapting to the latest music platform the laws that govern them aren't quite so fast to catch up now is the music industry superstars including Dave Matthews and Anderson park have formed the music artists coalition it's a new Washington DC outfit that will lobby for musicians rights I spoke with reporters Lucas Shaw who broke the story for Bloomberg and he explained how musicians often have to rely on the federal government unlike a lot of other creative industry you the federal government has a huge role in affecting how artists especially how the song writers get compensated from all sorts of different parties so you either have judges or laws or some other government bodies determining how songwriters get paid by radio station by bars by restaurants by streaming services you know Pandora Spotify apple you name it and even last year Congress passed a new act called modernization act but also affected a lot of the royalty collection all the artists of the relationship between the music industry in Washington is very tight and artists are looking to make sure that into their voices heard whatever new laws and bills are being proposed the music modernization act went through a lot of iterations and was not easy to get passed to recording artist feel that there were things that were either cut out of that act or could have been stronger are they hoping that there might be other kinds of legislation going forward you know when I spoke with earning a daughter who's a manager everybody from Travis Scott to the eagles to Dan company at least involved in in working with all of them he said that he felt the bill was net neutral but it wasn't a bad thing but if if that was the best effort to making your and better for artists it didn't change a whole lot but I do think that this is as much about what's coming next as what has already happened because the fact is is that every year or two it seems that there is some new issue involving artist in Washington and there's certain laws that are currently on the books that they would love to see change if there is any way you know for example from an old telecommunications act that created the idea of safe harbor which is what allows a lot of free music to collaborate on you too that they would love to get rid of and the other complicating factor is they're different licenses that apply based on how a song is used there is the mechanical license which the license to copy and distribute the composition and there's the sound recording which is the performance of that song is that part of the problem to that rights and royalties are pretty complicated once you start taking them apart yeah I sometimes get confused explaining music rights to myself or to editors and I have to say you know you have the recording which is the musical performer you have the publisher which is a song writer and then within both of those you have your point mechanical performers are just so many different right very hard to keep track of very hard to know what is what and the fact is is that most artists don't know these things they're not keeping on they're not keeping tabs and they are relying on intermediaries whether it agent or publisher is certainly able to keep track of it for them but the idea behind you the company or the new lobbying group is we need professionally minded folks who understand the intricacies of the music business and can advocate on artist behalf in BC and make sure that there's no kind of contrast think decide because the fact is is that labels and publishers often have a different golden artist they obviously all want the music to be listened to but if the label can keep a little more the money that the artist is gonna keep they're probably gonna do that we're talking with Lucas shot at Bloomberg about a new lobbying effort by musicians Dave Matthews I suspect is not really hurting when it comes to whatever he's pay how much of what artists like Dave Matthews are doing or for himself and maybe for other lesser known less powerful art as they try to work for all song writers and performers I think a little bit of both so I'm I've been told the Dave Matthews for example is very upset that there's so much bootleg merchandise available on Amazon fans will pay for any new T. shirt or concert DVD or anything like that and if somebody else uploading it to Amazon Dave Matthews at their thing will why should some other person get money that should really go to be enter my bandmate though you've got lots of money part of it is is fighting the good banking but I do think you're right that you know the the names that have signed up for this Dave Matthews Band don Henley man Morris Anderson pock either big stars and when they say they're getting behind an issue that forces other people to pay attention and come to the table and it makes it easier for them to look out for the little guy it also strikes me as a little bit odd that one of the people who is involved in this is Irving aids off and people have been around the music business know that Irving has been Hey he's been a manager he's been a promoter it does feel like he is almost on the other side of this equation where ARE Irving A.'s office priorities aligned with that of some of the artists I mean look Irving has had almost every job in the music business he ran after he ran a record label but I think the through line through his career has for the most part been standing up to the artist in particular in this leader phase of his career he has tried whether self interested or not to get a flight for artists right and art is getting more money in the face of you know large tech companies playing the consolidation of record labels you know earning a thought came of age in the music industry that looked a lot different than it did say a lot more diffuse you had more different labels you had more different salaries now they're just a handful of companies that can control things in tow Irving answered made it is critical or to be saved that giant for some of these artists and one of the overriding complications I assume is the rise of streaming services so let's just say I pay ten Bucks to go into a bar there streaming Spotify there's a song by the eagles is that part of the problem that the green not that kind of calculation in a digital era is incredibly complicated a lot of people feel like the streaming kana me has been built for example is to the detriment of the song writers that's just one of many ways that when you have a new type of economy that it has in the shift from CD's I tune about dreaming there's both opportunity and peril and who collects the
Michael Jackson's daughter Paris breaks silence on trearment reports
"And drunk drunk and. Macaulay Culkin has opened up about his much speculated friendship with Michael Jackson. I wonder if he embarrassed everybody's there. Well, he said it was very normal. Yeah. He was ten years old Michael reached out to him. Michael just was this huge thing. That would defame quickly was. Yeah. Macaulay Caughlin and his dad, you know, his dad he doesn't mean bastards. A father. He was from a big Catholic family. Yeah. He said, he was just hilarious. And it was just a normal friendship brain. People thought he was unusual. It was unusual. But MacAulay Culkin hasn't spoken to his father in twenty three years, although his dad tried to twenty years ago, but all of his kids, he's a strange apparently is really bad. But anyway, MacAulay Culkin is going to be back on the big screen who Seth green again wasn't the end. SNL? He's going to do something with. Yeah. It's called change land. And it was filmed in Thailand and putting it out. So we're going to see him in that. Yes. That's green does one of the voices on family guy. Yeah. Yeah. He's been around a long time has. All right. Pit bull makes more money than Connie that made me so happy today just knowing that he's living up to his nickname of Mr. worldwide. He made thirty two million dollars. Sure he made more than a canyon. I'm just so happy about that in music. Yeah. But I am happy. Of course. What what would where would you be earning money, easy, Laura? Sneakers shoes. Yeah. He's a fantastic clothing line. Pippo wants you to still dance farm. Larry. I feel it and collar cap capper Nick said he did not talk to Travis Scott service Scotland. Yeah. Because you get that idea mothers Jenner, but when someone think to follow through on it. Talking about 'cause Colin cap 'cause Travis Scott was invited by maroon five to be at the halftime show. But he didn't wanna do it. And he was getting too much flat. Kaz too many other artists had turned it down which is a year late, by the way, they should've turned it down last year. And so he wants to see I think he wants to perform it's a big audience for him. And he said that he got the NFL to donate five hundred thousand dollars to this charity is true that is happening. But he said he called Colin Kaepernick up, and they had a discussion on said, no, not I just know Lucifer's homegirl, go ahead and say that they probably won't say anything won't get back to you. Don't worry about it. You can say it was a misunderstanding. They're all out to get. By the way, the New Orleans jazz and heritage festival dropped its lineup. It's epic. Yeah. We're looking into tickets right now Rolling Stones. It's going to be. Sponsored Katy Perry. I mean, there's Gladys Knight. Shocker Kanban Reyat, Alanis Morissette. It's really some big rig. Name's Dave Matthews. Gone to that all the time in its by the same people who did the new Newport jazz festival that people have raised about as well. It'd be fun fun. All right. Well, something to think about April twenty fifth to twenty eighth and may second to fifth that's your concert lineup. When we come back. We're going to Hollywood theatre lineup. Week two
How Dave Matthews gives back to his hometown of Charlottesville
"Musician. Dave Matthews considers Charlottesville, Virginia home. He and his bandmates are now giving back to the city in the form of new public housing. The Dave Matthews band is committed five. Million dollars to replace every public housing unit in Charlottesville, all three hundred seventy six of them. Matthew says Charlottesville is not unlike a lot of towns that deal with poverty and racism. There's a need for