35 Burst results for "David Bowie"
Bote Homers, Alzolay Dodges Jams as Cubs Beat Reds 1-0
"David Bowie's fifth inning Homer was all the scoring the cubs needed in a one nothing shut out of the Reds body went deep off red starter Vladimir Gutierrez who allowed just one other hit over five innings in his major league debut when he pinch your advert al's ally wiggled out of several jams while working into the sixth inning allowing five hits and three walks to move to three and four for me it's just part of these gang I'm I'm part of my development you know be able to to to get in those situations and then be able to get all of those situations so I feel that is a huge step forward for me Craig Kimbrel worked a perfect ninth to close out the cubs tenth win in twelve games the cast Diaz ran his hitting streak to fourteen games with a pair of singles but the Reds fell for the eighth time in eleven games I'm the ferry
Kershaw Goes 1 Inning in Shortest Start, Cubs Top Dodgers
"David Bowie came through with the game winning RBI single in the ninth inning as the cubs defeated the Dodgers forty three for a double header sweep the lead see sawed throughout with Ellie tying it at one in the seventh time Max Muncy is home run and then they took a three one lead in the eighth inning with Justin Turner also going deep but healthier by is tied at three with a two run blast of his own before bodhi came through in the night in the opener to Clayton Kershaw lasted only one inning his short distance ever in the regular season the Dodgers have now lost eight of ten David Shuster Chicago
"david bowie" Discussed on DISGRACELAND
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I think one of the things that you capture really well in this episode in almost this kind of abstract way is the dissociation that bowie undergoes in the seventies as he's creating all these different personas for himself doing all this insane cocaine and then also having these sex magic parties at his place. In i think in london with his wife you say that he is losing himself. Almost on purpose feeding these different personas these different parts of his id into these containers and then lighting them on fire. Yeah there's a there's a quote of his I it's in the episode. I'm going to butcher now. Not really gonna try but he he basically says that by creating these alter egos. It's a way for him to destroy his own insecurities in his grief and the way he came to over what it ended up being. Excuse me was. I feel like a lot of artists and performers do that. I feel like it's much easier to get up on stage and and act out this persona of who you are versus getting up on stage and being completely authentic here. We go right back to where we started with the authenticity thing but i think even in artist mick jagger mick jagger onstage is a is a version of mick jagger it's not the mick jagger that gets in bed with his wife or whoever at the end of the night or mick jagger that kids see i i'm guessing you know it's a it's a persona but with bowie. Those personas were so much bigger they were bassett and i think inside of him not to play armchair psychiatrists here whatever but i think because he said it he said this is a way for me to sort of annihilate migrelief and annihilate my insecurity and again having those larger than life alter egos it can be powerful and and i think that's kind of the trip that he was on in the seventies and i don't think ever really ended everything toned down in the eighties and throughout the rest of his career. Clearly but i think in the end what really struck me. When i watched the black star video when i really watched it and i listened to the to the words to that song. All those alter egos are indirectly or directly referenced. Either in the visuals in the video are in the lyrics of the song and felt to me like he was trying to reconcile all at the end in a way that was And you know i mean. This is part of literature as part of film as part of music history. Like there's a lot of reconciliation. That goes on a lot of cleanup. That happens to men and women when they know they're about to die they sort of cleaning house. And that's what it felt like for me with with bowie at the end there so there is part of this playlist. That sort of comes back to that right like you talk in the episode about the ways that the crowley esque elements that are present in the seventies kind of complete this arc in some of the black star stuff. Yeah totally i mean. The guy who directed black star was a massive crowley. I don't want to say fan but enthusiasts faller whatever And he was chosen for a reason. And you can you can like. I said you can hear all of these indirect lyrical references that are all sort of in in that sort of golden dawn. A cultish you know. It's all kind of their and bowie. Didn't like he knew exactly what he was doing. So i can't let us do this episode without talking about The orgy and of course. Do you wanna talk about the orgeon. The corpse yeah the the orgy start with first because the corpses might this the most interesting to me. The orgy was the orgy scene in in the episode. You know there's all this you know growing up in the eighties. We heard all kinds of rumors about rockstars from david. Bowie's relationship with mick jagger or whatever and then of course. There's a stone song. Angie about angela bowie e. We heard all these. These rumors about david bowie sexuality and one of the things that i found really interesting was in researching. David bowie is that he was a sexual opportunist control. Sounds more crass than it is but given the company he was running with it was actually more conservative than what was going on. And i don't really get into. Angie bowie that much in this episode and you know there's a whole this whole of a series called about a girl. There's a great episode on angela. Boy which you can check out which really talks about her relationship with david and just how important to his early enterprise that she was but they had this. You know as part of the end of the swinging. London sorta smart set swinging london sixties. And you know is coming up. And he's got some money in he and and she have this this place and it had this area of the apartment or the flat called The pit and there was a bed in and it was where they would have their orgies and most of the orgies were from what i read anyways in in the bowie research that i had done were antibody was very much prevalent and and they had an open relationship. And there's a story in there with princess margaret's alleged boyfriend who was his gangster name. John linden who is very well endowed and That's all i'm gonna get into here in this episode and you can check out some description as his talents in this episode. Yeah this is a good description but the corpse part that you mentioned this blew my fucking mind. This was like i read this as as a sort of a like a deleted scene from almost famous. You know it's like that seen in almost famous when they're at the hotel it's in la. This thing actually happened in philadelphia. That i'm going to get to but there in bowie shows up and everyone's freaking the fuck out that david bowie. They're just like the camera curl really shows the sort of bowie fanaticism at its peak for five seconds in that movie and adds that was happening in the in. I think it was seventy four. Seventy five era. There was a fan. Who showed up at the benjamin franklin hotel in philadelphia where bowie staying and somehow got up to his room with a corpse and he had brought the corpse to bowie as a gift thanking that david bowie would just was the type of guy who just wanted a fucking corpse for whatever reason you know course. They've always freaked the fuck out by that. He's like he's like. Why would you think i would want this. You know what i mean. And i think i think that was part of the burden of those alter egos we were talking about. Is it projects this type of image onto people and they and they they project the ship back onto you which is really heavy. If you're in the frame of mind that you are part of this dark force of the universe at a corpse shows up at your hotel room in terms of signs from the devil. That's gotta be up there. Yeah i guess all depends on what you do with the corpse. antibodies credit. He turned the.
Interview With Dan Westergren
"I was recently exchanging emails with today's guest. A bad he's premium membership and it turns out he has a love of sauk cling lock. Do he used to rice and he even spent time in south australia from the us. I while on assignment for white for national geographic now is picked up and i poked a few more questions by any told me on the nat geo and commercial travel photographer stock at home trying to decide how to make money with that getting on an airplane right now putting my towards commercial real estate architectural things but honestly don't know what's going to work out a cape listening to the podcast about facebook marketing for portraits etc thinking. Maybe that's the way to go. We exchange and other email to and i post a few questions and he said for more than twenty years. I was director of photography for national geographic. Travel up magazine. I had an editor who let me find the graph. A couple of stories a year usually adventure top stories and i was lucky enough to photograph stories to the magazine. Such as climbing mont blanc the matterhorn and skiing to the north pole now following that exchange. I invited him on for this recording. I'm talking about dan west to grin and i'm wrapped to having this now. Dan welcome andrew so good to talk to you. Do you still pinch yourself when you hear an intra liked about the things that you've done in the past. I do i do. It's it's kind of funny. It's a hard act. Live up to for many many years. I would tell my photographer friends who seemed to have up and down lives. You know the freelance yoyo. And i would joke to them. Well you know. I'm addicted to my paycheck. And i have the chance to send you guys out into the field my editor lets me go out every now and then you know. This is working pretty well. Well you know the media marketplace changes and so now here. I am not working on the staff at national geographic anymore doing some projects for them but just trying to figure out how to make this thing happen as a photographer. Yeah the tables have really turned. I think not only for youtha for all of us. Haven't i this year. Oh yeah yeah. I mean and it's a double whammy with a travel photographer because i don't even of course you can imagine after all those years. I have this huge rolodex of all these photo editors of magazines and things like this but nobody even pays money for magazines to take pictures anymore. It's like the rug was pulled out from under my profession. The one savior for me. The last few years has been you could either call it native advertising or content marketing or partnership projects. That's the kind of things like last year. I got to go to canada. Three times for national geographic. To do ten day long stories about places and so i did prince edward island nova scotia new brunswick last year and british columbia and those were my favorite Trips to take. Because i will talk to my producer at national geographic since i had a background in doing the photo editing. At national geographic. The photo editors really acted like a regular editor at most magazines. If we thought that a story was not sufficiently visual we would tell people. We didn't think we should do the story. And a lot of magazines. The phone will editors are just kind of in their corner in somebody throws them a manuscript is air pictures to go with this so when they tell me okay we wanna to do an online piece about adventures in new brunswick ten adventures in new brunswick will then i get to study new brunswick i pull out a map i get defined tended ventures. I contact all the people that i think might lead me to those adventures and then make pictures that i hope people find interesting and then when we get back in my case usually i sit down and they know that i've chosen the photo subjects with story line and so they don't even send a writer. They have a friend of mine. Who i get on the phone marielle. And is her name. And she sorta ghosts rights for me. And i just tell her what my experience was like and why i went to particular plex. And that's just that's what i love about. It all is to do the research into a place and then actually go take those pictures myself in sounds amazing and said the way you described this right now the role you had. Oh have you familiar with the movie. The secret life of walter. Mitty of course. Yes you the walter. Meeting is at your role in national geographic traveler. It was a little bit different because he was more had a role that we would call film review which were the people that actually got to look at the pictures. I didn't have a big role in putting the magazine together. So you know that was kind of funny. It was interesting that i love that movie. You know he got to go out into the field. And i've just i've seen that movie so many times i was watching it and my kids. My son is twenty two. My daughter's twenty five and they're really into music and david bowie died. We had to listen to all the versions of space. Oddity that we could find.
"david bowie" Discussed on Pantheon
"How it s why we wanted started off that way. Yeah and it is. It's the definitely the most fresh-faced david bowie Period of that there ever will be you know completely of unformed a you know you know Except what is interesting. Is the the the Photos in my makeup you know which invokes the lindsay camp period that I think around that same time. He is He's working with the the mime troupe. Sixty seven sixty seven. So it's it's the first sort of character we are introduced to that. We know that that there's a whole slew of characters that are coming. Yes that's something is berlin here so he goes from that very straightforward portrait to starting to put on a little a little face makeup little mind makeup given in that takes you right to the next up your company. He he's always searching For for this this This persona i. It's it's a very interesting process that he's going through that that his contemporaries aren't doing so they're just becoming themselves and trying to solidify their position In the rock and roll world which is let's face it just being formed At that particular time. And i don't know he's almost like a restless soul just constantly trying to find some next thing and let you know as we know You know his road to success was a difficult one. I mean he he was working a you know ten years before he achieved any Success i mean definitely eight years before space. Oddity came out which was in nineteen sixty nine of thought of as a bit of a of a kitsch song You know And and and then you don't really hear from him in any significant way Ziggy stardust in nineteen. Seventy three. so that that's a long period and during the ensuing years he is trying different. Things firing people hiring people until he hits on. You know that You know obvious Persona that you know the world could gravitate to this gender ben dean space alien Which was certainly a Quite a shock a at at. It's time well i was. I was lucky enough to be friends with a photographer. Namely black childers. So lee was part of the andy warhol crew battery. Yeah and And took photos of jackie curtis in candy darlene. But then also did johnny thunders and new york dolls pop debbie hart center but lee told me that when warhol crew came to london to do the play pork. David bowie was in the audience every night. No surprise he did write a song. Called indie was seventy one. Seventy two memory serves. So it's interesting that he was. And that's where i leave. I'm assuming that that's where david cherry vanilla and yeah. I became part of maine man So the book is sort of presented in chronological order though. Not exactly how and why did you laid out this way. Well we wanted a loose journey or the reader so they could go from the earliest years up until the last shoot that we were able to obtain and so some of the dog offers because they worked with with david bowie or so many decades. You know we kind of chose where we felt. They placed best chronologically within the tax. Like a cabin comments for example whose earliest work was ziggy stardust. But then went onto work with david bowie several times after a until mid nineties. And in fact it's kevin's photo of. Let's dance the graffiti that appeared in front of david. Bowie splashed in new york. That's the last image of the book. Yeah it's it's not a photo of him. It's photo about him. It's it's a tribute. Yeah very interesting. So i didn't know. Kevin took that photo terrific. Arcot i mean. We've barely scratched the surface of what's hidden in the cavern. Common when you work for an emmy that long. Of course you're going to have a a large Legacy of to go through. But he's always taken photos he so he's not just focusing on the on the bans and on the work but he's you know he's he's out there looking for other things to you snap because yeah yeah great to talk. Oh god yeah are. They had the chance to talk to kevin. Thank you very much so so. Each photographer was very involved in the process of the layout and their individual sections. How how did that process go. Once they agree to be part of the process. I asked each photographer to present us with their selection of images. And then we would go. We would look at the images and makeup. You suggestions or edits. Sometimes you know if we had three or four people doing the same for. I didn't why you know so. I didn't want you much. Overlap within the archives and and then when we laid out the book the Talkers approved every page. Every lay out moves this to the left. No make out a double page. So they were very involved in their own chapters design and then they either wrote or we help them write the introduction to their chapter so once the chapter is done and they looked at it in handed into text dong and so many book. And we're sort of what it is. It is You introduce the photographer usually with an interview. Some some of the photographers have passed And i think actually you talk to the son of one of the tiger's if i remember correctly to to get the background on On his father's work and But yeah there's there's you know you introduced this photographer. And their relationship with david bowie. In just a few short quick paragraphs and then you know then we present The the photos themselves so who was the most fun to talk to That is very difficult to answer. The a real honor to work with steve shapiro I've been a longtime admirers. Mirer work He's he's phenomenal photographer So that was that was for me. A personal joy Because he's you know election. I think the most fund was john scarce burke because that was those. Were just the most unusual visuals that i that we came across and they were so different to what came before that hearing about his work in his process and and he had such good memories about the details of working with david bowie on this specific project. That i i just. I felt his enthusiasm and i felt his Was great you know you just you kind of felt real joy. Come back to.
"david bowie" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Debbie harry went on the muppets i remember in those those type of cultural touchstones. Because the that was what you watched on tv and so now to come full circle and have the opportunity to work. you know. Obviously not with david bowie but with people who knew him either as childhood friends like george underwood or jeff mccormack or burning dewhurst to lift with david bowie amine it's just really quite quite astounding to to be involved in in this sort of project to see these images in a new light and the cotton comment to a book that you know. I think the book is terrific. I mean it is. It is as good as i hoped it would be well without giving too much away I keep picking it up and going through it. So i feel i think i feel. You're here So is there a favorite period of that bowie. Means to you or song. Or you know. And i know that's a hard question because you know if somebody asked me today it may be one thing and asked me tomorrow. Maybe a different thing. Yeah you know i mean. Are we at home. We listen to the albums quite often on vinyl it is it is definitely be a common ground between my husband and i in a sense of. We both love david bowie. So we're not sure wonderful thing to build a relationship on yeah oxygen. We've got a few and that some and you know. I think it's a little bit low. Heroes berlin yeah. Yeah and. I think it's i don't i don't know i had well. You mentioned you mentioned some bunkers early on you. Know the the ramones and so that that tells me a little bit about your age bracket in in rock and roll And the and let's face it that that berlin period hearkens It's a clarion call to so much that comes afterwards. The you know. The tire new wave in romantic john ras are born. Out of the album's. Yeah yeah so. I can see where where that speaks Most to to you and you know it's funny. You know those those. Those albums were not huge commercial sellers. They had some very good Critical praise but they were definitely kind of off in their own world and weren't necessarily thought highly culturally at its time but as you know the stories come to an end and we've all been able to look back it does seem more and more like that's the peak bowie certain not commercially. I mean certainly influential early is at that period there so i i can understand but i think like was all artists you. Maybe you buy that. That album mets commercial success. But then you go back to the back catalogue. And i started to buy the backlist i go. You know you buy. Let's dance because baxter album map that moment but then you go back and then you go back. And then you figure out iggy pop and then you look at roxy music lou reed and the velvet underground. You accept loads and your unto television. Yeah you're you're thinking. Where was i you know. And let's face it. This is a guy who constantly. Reinvented himself You know is. He is the template For that you know. Madonna lady gaga there. Those two would not exist if it wasn't for now what he created in that period a of The early seventies through Through through most of the rest of his life certainly. Until you know. I don't know if you've got to see the reality too. I i got to see bowie. Three times At three very distinct periods in his career. And you know Loved him to death. From the very moment i saw him You know a I saw him On donkeys rock concert to nineteen seventy-three. You know i'm probably twelve years old into me. There is a rock and roll space alien. That's what i want to be done. and You know was a fan for their. But each time i saw bowie there was a it was interesting. It was it was definitely a character until the last tour that reality tour. I walked away going. Oh my god. I feel like i really saw the real david bowie. Yes tom terry. O'neill say that. He said that he treated david. Like an actor. Yeah but when he was on stage when when terry was shooting bowie onstage. He looked at it like it was a stage performance And that that was you know when you see the the hamlet like you know what the skull cracked actor. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah and he picked up another. I mean obviously the lindsay camp mime period of helped develop that now. Let's face it. The english always been a an understood that Theater is theater depends does it. Doesn't it doesn't matter what what you're doing you know you're you're putting on a show. American rockers. always tried to find some sort of authenticity And i think that's a big break between You know those that that understood okay. This is show business as opposed to that. I mean there is definitely for both without doubt. But but i i think it's those that understood that this was a professional process a fared better survive ably tried to turn it into some sort of authentic nature. that you pull out on stage For for two hours. Yeah so tell us about the process and how this is different indoor similar to books that you've done in the past well. This is by far the most ambitious project that we've done normally. We'll do one photographer. Four photographers may be six. So here twenty. By and i could have been thousand. I mean at some point stop but that so we made a short list so a group of us just sat down in wrote all separately. A list of our dream dog offers and then matched. It is see where we over lack in that that was our lay a list and that soon after and how big was the team it was forum us for okay so there's four Submissions to the list and so So then yeah those that lined up the best. You went after i right. If all horrible said the same name they'd be moved to the next round I went. I went top down. I went one by one. Will you please be a part of this project. Well who was the first photographer. The icon team contacted insecure keita. So keita okay. I just felt he was going to be. He had to be in that book. He had to be just for his work. Yeah yeah he. It is definitely One of the more fun sections You know i am. I was glad you were able to include Masayoshi keep because japan plays such a large part in the bowie evolution. You know let's face it. The guy was a bit of a collector in the manner of like decorator crown. You know where he he goes and finds these spaces and just sticks sticks him on his back somewhere. And while in the nineteen seventies. You know this look that was created seems alien we now know. A lot of that. Inspiration came from a.
"david bowie" Discussed on Pantheon
"Debbie harry went on the muppets anyhow i remember in those those type of cultural touchstones because the that was what you watched on. Tv and so now to come full circle and have the opportunity to work. You know obviously not with david bowie but with people who knew him either as childhood friends like george underwood or jeff mccormack or burnin do hers to lift with david bowie amine it's just really quite quite astounding to to be involved in in this sort of project to see these images in a new light and the cotton the comment to a book that you know. I think the book is terrific. I mean it is. It is as good as i hoped it would be well without giving too much away I keep picking it up and going through it. So i feel i think i feel. You're here So is there a favorite period of that bowie. Means to you or song. Or you know. And i know that's a hard question because you know if somebody asked me today it may be one thing and asked me tomorrow. Maybe a different thing. Yeah you know i mean. Are we at home. We listen to the albums quite often on vinyl it is it is definitely be a common ground between my husband and i in a sense of. We both love david bowie. So we're not sure wonderful thing to build a relationship on yeah oxygen. Say we've got a few and that some and you know. I think it's a little bit low heroes berlin. Yeah yeah and. I think it's i don't i don't know i had well. You mentioned you mentioned some bunkers early on you. Know the the ramones And so that that tells me a little bit about your age bracket in in rock and roll And the and let's face it that that berlin period hearkens It's a clarion call to so much that comes afterwards. The you know the tire new wave in romantic genres are born. Out of the album's so i can see where where that speaks Most to to you and you know it's funny. You know those those. Those albums were not commercial sellers. They had some very good Critical praise but they were definitely kind of off in their own world and weren't necessarily thought highly culturally at its time but as you know the stories come to an end and we've all been able to look back it does seem more and more like that's the peak bowie certainly not commercially. I mean certainly influential early is at that period there so i i can understand but i think like was all artists you. Maybe you buy that. That album mets commercial success. But then you go back to the back catalogue. And i started to buy the backlist i go. You know you buy. Let's dance because baxter album map that moment but then you go back and then you go back. And then you figure out iggy pop and then you look at roxy music lou reed and the velvet underground. You accept loads and your unto television. Yeah you're you're thinking. Where was i you know. And let's face it. This is a guy who constantly. Reinvented himself You know is. He is the template For that you know. Madonna lady gaga there. Those two would not exist if it wasn't for now what he created in that period a of The early seventies through Through through most of the rest of his life certainly. Until you know. I don't know if you've got to see the reality too. I i got to see bowie. Three times At three very distinct periods in his career. And you know Loved him to death. From the very moment i saw him You know a I saw him On donkeys rock concert to nineteen seventy-three. You know i'm probably twelve years old into me. There is a rock and roll space alien. That's what i want to be done. and You know was a fan for their. But each time i saw bowie there was a it was interesting. It was it was definitely a character until the last tour that reality tour. I walked away going. God i feel like i really saw the real david bowie terry. O'neill say that. He said that he treated david. Like an actor. Yeah but when he was on stage when when terry was shooting bowie onstage. He looked at it like it was a stage performance And that that was you know when you see the the hamlet like you know what the skull cracked actor. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah and he picked up another. I mean obviously the lindsay camp mime period of helped develop that now. Let's face it. The english always been a an understood that Theater is theater depends does. Doesn't it doesn't matter what what you're doing you know. You're you're putting on a show. American rockers always tried to find some sort of authenticity And i think that's a big break between You know those that that understood okay. This is show business as opposed to that. I mean there is definitely for both no doubt but but i i think it's those that understood that this was a professional process a fared better survive ably tried to turn it into some sort of authentic nature. that you pull out on stage For for two hours. Yeah so tell us about the process and how this is different indoor similar to books that you've done in the past well. This is by far the most ambitious project that we've done normally. We'll do one photographer. Four photographers may be six. So here twenty. By and i could have been thousand. I mean at some point stop but that said we made a short list so a group of us just sat down and wrote all separately a list of our dream dog offers and then matched it to see where we over lack in that that was our lay a list and that soon after and how big was the team it was forum us for okay so there's four Submissions to the list and so So then yeah those that lined up the best. You went after i right. If all horrible said the same name they'd be moved to the next round I went top down. I went one by one. Will you please be a part of this project. Well who was the first photographer. The icon team contacted insecure siptah. So keita okay. I just felt he was going to be. He had to be in that book. He had to be just for his work. Yeah yeah he. It is definitely one of the more fun sections You know i am. I was glad you were able to include Masayoshi keep because japan plays such a large part in the bowie evolution. You know let's face it. The guy was a bit of a collector in the manner of a decorator crown. You know where he he goes and finds these spaces and just sticks sticks him on his back somewhere. And while in the nineteen seventies. You know this look that was created seems alien we now know. A lot of that. Inspiration came from a.
"david bowie" Discussed on Pantheon
"It's great that you bring it up angela. Bowie is first wife because yeah you make it very clear that she was full artistic partner you know especially in the creation of his look and in creating the sort of salon that they had at the house i've lived in when he wrote hunky dory and the scene they create created around themselves and then he moves on to a woman eva cherry. Who's an african american backup singer. And she's sort of his muse slash partner for the next phase when he went r&b and pulled it off to a degree that no previous english rockstars whole generations of them had tried to imitate american rhythm and blues and bowie inhabited it in a way that nobody else had yes. I felt myself very lucky to track down a cherry. I mean she kinda surfaced later on. I think she's in the five years documentary. And then i'll take. She's speaking to many people now but she'd been off grid for awhile and took a lot of tracking down and i that is part of the adventure of the kokrea's spending months you know tracking people damaging from to talk to you maybe to forbid and then coming back to them later on and on so know. I love data. She was a really intriguing character on then yes to map. The hope here read where he discovered colossal alabama. And then and then aver as well. But i mean. I've got to say my favorite stuff from that album is stuff this less r. a. b. You know it would be something that fame. That's more abstract. You know rather than him doing cover versions of of knock on wood and stuff like that. Which isn't to my taste But hey you know. That's the thing is catalog. it's just so varied and he was moving so fast that if he didn't like that something else was coming really fast from the horizon but But you know in itself is is just a fascinating period because it's just like a pressure cooker and again what he's doing well doing he. He's moved from these kind of schooled musicians. All you've got to work stuff to sonny being in a place where is right. let's go. he's come on. let's do it. In the way that chain rounds musicians would have done it and my god you have to be on top of the game to do that and he did you know and i think that's why he searched out because he knew is going to be hard and it was going to stretch him so again. That period is very very exciting. But but he's moving really fast and he's getting a little bit crazy absolutely crazy document that but i wanna talk about carlos elmore too because he was a legit. You know african american puerto rican funk guitarist he had played with james brown he'd played with gamble and huff. He met david bowie doing a a song for lulu on a session and then haggled with freeze and bowie's team for a. He didn't come cheap you know. He made sure he got his money. What do you think. He survived with bowie. For so long. I mean was it that kept a lower profile or was more adaptable. What was the secret of carlos. The i think his people from say the colossus very buddhist. And so he was very calm. You know there's something. Very zen about him is a lovely guy to hang out with and he just kept coming up with..
"david bowie" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"About the amazing career surprisingly sympathetic personal life of david jones aka david bowie aka major. Tom aka ziggy stardust aka the thin white duke etc etc etc era. We'll discuss the many transformations an amazing accomplishments as the last great english rockstar. So popping those earbuds enjoy Welcome back to the. Let it roll. Podcast host nate wilcox once again. We've got paul trinka with this author of a book. I'm brian jones a book on pop. And now. we're gonna talk about his book on david bowie. Starman paul welcome. It's great to be here good to have you back. So you wrote this book in the middle you rotate book. I and the brian jones book most recently and boy came out about almost eight years ago. Now gosh amazing. Okay right if you say so so comparing these three subjects. Brian jones obviously other than you know his massive accomplishment at forming the rolling stones but otherwise it was just a complete disaster. I mean a tragic tale. Iggy pop overcame things but was a long series of disasters really until he turned his life around in the eighties. David bowie on the other hand had lots of failure and struggle. But i mean a success machine decade long run at as one of the great rock artists. Another decade is one of the biggest superstars in popular music. What's the difference when you're dealing with subjects that struggled versus subjects. That succeed so much. Well i guess one of the differences. What iggy rather disparagingly termed as david's executive qualities time when they were a strange. I mean that's what he told me you know he he just. David was well organized. In a way a rock star star perhaps shouldn't be and you know. I think when i was a kid i had part of that. I shared those misgivings. He just seemed to be a little bit too knowing. And of course i was wrong because it was really when i did the ibo. The certainly the scales fell from my eyes. I thought no. We'd david does i guess executive qualities something he worked on that were an intrinsic part of his art and enabled him to continue his art for longer. But yeah very very different character and Way far more kind of multidimensional and complex not necessarily. Not all at one time. You need just went through many different phases. He was much more of a merrick character. Somebody harder to nail down. So you know goodell goodell subject to get dug into. Yeah and i really enjoyed reading the book and especially you know reading it. I think i read it when it came out pretty quickly just for fun. Page turner about a rockstar. But after he passed away went back and reread it. More thoughtfully and my appreciation from really has deepened. And i want to talk about sort of three themes in this interview. 'cause there's just too much to cover in one hour with david bowie. I wanna talk about his personas. The chameleon aspect is obviously the most famous thing people talk about. And i want to talk about his partners both musical and business and cover those three issues first. Let's talk about the percent is like do you see what's the common thread between his struggles. To establish himself in the sixties his triumphs in the seventies and then again in the eighties and nineties. He sort of struggled to connect with his audience despite having enormous popular success in the eighty s..
"david bowie" Discussed on Pantheon
"About the amazing career surprisingly sympathetic personal life of david jones aka david bowie aka major. Tom aka ziggy stardust aka the thin white duke etc etc etc era. We'll discuss the many transformations an amazing accomplishments as the last great english rockstar. So popping those earbuds enjoy Welcome back to the. Let it roll. Podcast host nate wilcox once again. We've got paul trinka with this author of a book. I'm brian jones book on pop. And now we're gonna talk about his book on david bowie. Starman paul welcome. It's great to be here good to have you back. So you wrote this book in the middle you rotate book. I and the brian jones book most recently and boy came out about almost eight years ago. Now gosh amazing. Okay right if you say so so comparing these three subjects. Brian jones obviously other than you know his massive accomplishment at forming the rolling stones but otherwise it was just a complete disaster. I mean a tragic tale. Iggy pop overcame things but was a long series of disasters really until he turned his life around in the eighties. David bowie on the other hand had lots of failure and struggle. But i mean a success machine decade long run at as one of the great rock artists. Another decade is one of the biggest superstars popular music. What's the difference when you're dealing with subjects that struggled versus subjects. That succeed so much. Well i guess one of the differences. What iggy rather disparagingly termed as david's executive qualities time when they were a strange. I mean that's what he told me you know he he just. David was well organized in a way. A rock star star. Hats shouldn't be and you know. I think when i was a kid i had part of that. I shared those misgivings. He just seemed to be a little bit too knowing. And of course i was wrong because it was really when i did the ibo. The certainly the scales fell from my eyes. I thought no. We'd david does i guess executive qualities something he worked on that were an intrinsic part of his art and enabled him to continue his art for longer. But yeah very very different character and Way far more kind of multidimensional and complex not necessarily. Not all at one time. You need just went through many different phases. He was much more of a merrick character. Somebody harder to nail down. So you know goodell goodell subject to get dug into. Yeah and i really enjoyed reading the book and especially you know reading it. I think i read it when it came out pretty quickly just for fun. Page turner about a rockstar. But after he passed away went back and reread it. More thoughtfully and my appreciation from really has deepened. And and i want to talk about sort of three themes in this interview. 'cause there's just too much to cover in one hour with david bowie but i want i want to talk about his personas. The chameleon aspect is obviously the most famous thing people talk about..
Sober Holiday Survival
"Welcome to recovery. Happy hour where we talk about life beyond the bottle and what happens after we stop drinking. I'm your host tricia and in my stocking this year. I hope santa brings me the limited edition. David bowie barbie doll that sold out last year. Despite my attempts to tell santa to preorder it from two different game stop locations just in case. Thank you for joining me well. Happy december or folks. We are smack dab in the middle of the holiday season. And i believe you can absolutely do this without drinking last week. We talked about tips for staying alcohol-free this holiday season and today i'm going to complete the rest of that list so go back and listen to last week's episode if you haven't already come back and join me when you're done. Are you back okay. today. I'm going to start off with this alcohol-free tip focus on the event you're celebrating. Yup parties are usually meant to celebrate a thing. You know an event a person whatever beyond our own addiction or gray area drinking problem whatever you wanna call it. It's also are usually our garbage culture that turns drinking into the focus of an event so for a holiday party. Think about what you're celebrating. That's jesus or hanukkah or just getting together with your family. Mix celebrating that thing your goal. Maybe you've got a relative in town who you normally don't get to see. Take some time to celebrate that you know catch up with them. Maybe it's getting to hold a new baby or play with your nieces and nephews. You can use these opportunities without alcohol to really be present and those moments and appreciate everything that's memorable and real about them. I always say the same thing about birthdays and weddings. The event is to celebrate a person doing something really special so make them what. You're celebrating because it's not all about us and getting drunk last week. I asked everyone to write a list of things. We like about the holidays and use that list as a resource and celebrate those things so find things to get excited about. It can be whatever you want. Bring ingredients to make a really cool any drink with like twelve different components get dressed up where high heels that you don't have to worry about falling off of bring a game like look for things to make a party fund because parties are supposed to be just that fun a great way to stay busy and distract yourself if you need. It is to help the hostess or the host or the person who's having the party go cleanup napkins offer to wash plates offer to help i guarantee you that. If you're listening to this podcast then you have absolutely been a party hosts worst nightmare at point in your life so use this as an opportunity to give back and level out your car a little bit. Here's a simple one. do not i repeat. Do not offer to be the designated driver. Especially if it's a party that might go late if you're feeling freaked out and you need to bail. Then you don't need a reason to stay put. You should always have an exit plan. You know and being someone's dd cancels that out entirely the couple of times that i've offered to do this. I ended up staying at a party way too late when i really just needed to go home. It's twenty twenty. We have uber and left for a reason so let people use it. You know a big part of getting through the holidays without alcohol is learning how to deal with our most triggering loved ones and having the tools not to drink over it boundaries are really big deal boundaries are a big deal for example if you know that someone at the gathering relentlessly pushes shots on you. Then no you're boundary ahead of time if that person offers me a shot. I'm going to say xyz if they keep offering me shots. I'm going to make my exit. You know you create a boundary beforehand. And if someone crosses the line you already know what to do to stay healthy and sober. You know it's just about having a plan had time. Another example is if you have a typical pattern. That's a reason behind your drinking like if communicating with your parents tends to be tents and. Let's say they're always saying something passive aggressive and you've never spoken up about it but instead you've always pushed it down and drink over it. Well this is the time to find a boundary not saying that you need to confront them during christmas and try to resolve like twenty five years of old trauma but you can say something like i need to go get some fresh air. I'm gonna go for a quick walk around the block. That's a boundary. You know when you decided not to engage in an activity that triggers you to drink or maybe it's one of those all day christmas parties that starts at eleven. Am and goes until midnight where everyone's been drinking for like thirteen straight hours. Maybe you've always stuck around because you thought that that was expected of you and you never had the words to speak up this year. Consider telling everyone beforehand that you've made plans for the second half of the day and you have to leave at three o'clock maybe your pet sitting any need to go home and feed the dog. It's up process of planning ahead and saying if this thing happens then i will choose to do this thing because it will keep me from drinking.
"david bowie" Discussed on Citizen Critic
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"david bowie" Discussed on Citizen Critic
"They were ziggy stardust and spiders from mars. Once they were ready they began to perform once they got to starman for single release three months earlier something special happened as he sung the line he looked straight into the camera. Is if you speaking directly to everyone watching at home. Oh that was good. Angie couldn't even see what people at home were seen. She news that it was good and of course she enjoyed seeing the costumes. She'd helped sell on the other members of the band. Creating their extraterrestrial look had been angie's while david had gotten to work writing from the time that he'd begun. Angie knew this album was going to be special. The were the best pediatric written and the concept of performing at all as alien rockstar extraordinary. David bowie was well on his way to becoming hottest thing music. Angie thought was satisfaction that he never would have thought of this on his own. Certainly he'd been interested in gender and science fiction and the art of mind before she manhattan him but it had been heard who had put it all together to make something new something glamorous larger than life this stuff that rockstars were made of in fact. It was their comment on rock starting itself this heart early in the performance. He'd put his arm around his cars. Mick ronson it was a simple act but a calculated warren. A few months earlier david had given an interview to the magazine melody maker and told the reporter. He considered himself gay. Said he always had been angie's idea. What a gay mean anyway. Telling the papers he was gay was away of sticking to the squares the straits and at the same time telling the old classic queens who ran so much music industry and thought they knew what was best for david's career in the declaration.
The Future of Healthcare with Teladoc Health Chief Medical Officers
"Well the country in the world's talking about it. I want to start with one year colleagues Shop and i want you to listen to so much. Answer this question to Jennifer schneider She's quoted as saying the following things. Virtual healthcare is growing. It's getting to the point now. You're not going to hate it. What does it mean to you when you hear. A clinician say to a group of patients were consumer class. That you're not gonna hate this anymore. What comes to mind. And how does this relationship solve that problem of disliking the care you were getting going to the big parking lot paying the seven dollars and a park having to walk through the labyrinth dodging david bowie on the way to your clinic and finally getting there to see who you needed to see what comes to mind there when you hear jennifer say that it. It's a great summation of. What would i have felt that has been broken. Healthcare for past fifteen years. As i think we also s consumers in this marketplace obscene seen how content has been reorganized by the internet how communities have been reorganize how entertainment commerce more recently even banking. When was the last time that you actually stepped foot in a bank. And so this this notion of you're gonna drive twenty to thirty minutes to this obstacle or building and then ended up waiting an hour at least I think comes an hours like a a gift to see physician. Pretend to fifteen minutes us. We'll give you a whole bunch of information that you're not gonna process And send you on your way driving back down twenty or thirty minutes in some cases i haven't come back again. You know in two or three days or a week is you've got to get lab tests. Imaging tasks don seem so You know sort of disconnected from how we live our lives today in terms of the immediacy of the things that were able to get it all at our fingertips and so I think this is what jennifer was talking about it. I think you alluded to just so nicely is the experience of inter connectivity through now wearable sensors software that personalizes methodist to you And always on connectivity Through the cloud Starting to make its way into healthcare and covid nineteen is only accelerated people's view in notion of what's possible in healthcare that today was just a method or a vision it is absolutely accelerating ed From everyone we've been speaking to And of course you are walking this walk on the acceleration happening before we're ready So it's really an exciting time. It also can be a harrowing right if you're not prepared for loot when you hear jennifer say consumers and patients aren't gonna hate healthcare anymore because they're they're access the can get what what comes to mind view especially in terms of telecom. Bunga sure so. I think that people often talk about. How virtual care makes access so much easier and they often frame this in terms of a conversation around what you might consider medical convenience And i'd like to just draw out the issue that it's not just a question of convenience. It's really around the quality of care so on telemedicine side we see many individuals who seek care and they end up having pretty serious medical problems like a recent case where the individual Actually had some big chest discomfort in our little shortness of breath and ended up having multiple blood clots in his lungs and he would have just probably waited it out at home with really a life threatening medical condition and on the longo side. You're really talking about individuals who for the first time in their lives are taking care of these problems around blood. Sugar control blood pressure control. So they're really getting the care that they need because we've made it easier for them and have lowered a number of these barriers which are traditionally put the place and may care most difficult and as you might imagine during the time of covid. All of these issues have been highlighted. So if you are at home trying to do your telecommuting also trying to teach your kids at the same time who might be doing their own remote learning. It may not be the easiest thing for you to decide that you need to take you know a bus to a train to train to bus in order to get to a medical appointment to have somebody review your blood sugars with you so to make that care possible particularly in this time just makes all the sense in the world.
"How did you come up with the name modern love well, it was part of a process. Yeah. We had all these different names that we tried and. I remember one of them was truly madly deeply. And I would now be called truly madly deeply editor, which is a really different kind of job title. Modern love editor But I thought of the David Bowie Song Modern Love. In suggesting modern love and literally almost any time I see. The words modern love I mean, it's worn off a little bit over the years but But it's hard for me not to read modern love and automatically hear. Hear that, Song. Would you sing it for our listeners Know because I, don't know that words but you have the. summit. Yeah. Yeah Love locks beside me nine. The second is walks beside me. Put my faith in God. And no religious. That's about as I can do. But there was a great. Story that. Spun. Out of that. Of writer had sent an essay, it didn't really work in the end, but it was about her covering love songs for other random people. She would send them a little audio file playing Ukulele and singing a cover of some song Ukulele, and that's what the essay was about. And when I rejected a A week or two passed and I this email. That I didn't. Recognize the name or anything and open it up, and there was no message there was just an audio file. I pressed play a little. Worried that it was some. Virus or whatever. Pay. Was Her playing always modern love. The UKULELE. I went back and read her essay. Oh, the sweetest thing. And did you ever published her essay? Now I didn't. But it kind of hard not to. into. Today's essay is tracking the demise of my marriage on Google maps by Maggie Smith. Was published in January twenty nineteen and is read by ORLA Cassidy. My husband moved out about six weeks ago. Marking the end of our nearly nineteen year relationship. But Google maps hasn't noticed yet. That morning I had whisked the children away. So he and two friends from law school could load his things into a U. Haul and drive to the house he had rented. We had agreed that he would be the one to move out. And we agreed on what he would take. Dining, room set and painting that had belonged to his late boss. The sideboards, we had bought to hold our wedding dishes. And the Antique armoire neighboring our first apartment complex had left us because it wouldn't fit in his truck. I had packed most of my husband's things because he works long hours. I had sifted through our books and CDs, our Christmas ornaments, coffee mugs, the blender, his the food processor mine, the biscuit cutter his. The muffin tin mine. The life we had lived. Split. Between us. I still haven't seen his house. Only a few blocks away. I'm not sure what possessed me to Google our address a few weeks ago I'll on a writing residency in. Tucson. Far From my home in Ohio. But I did. And right was. My house on Google maps. Still inside. And still I think in love with me.
Eddie Van Halen, guitarist for rock band Van Halen, dies aged 65
"One of the greatest rock guitarists of all time. Yesterday after a long battle with throat cancer. Eddie van Halen was sixty five years old founded the band with his drumming brother Alex singer David Bowie Bra Basis Michael. Anthony. Back in nineteen seventy four and his incredible guitar skills helped them become one of the most successful hard rock bands in
Salty lake, ponds may be gurgling beneath South Pole on Mars
"David Bowie once asked the question. answer may be, and if so, it's likely underwater. A network of salty ponds. Maybe gurgling beneath Mars is South Pole alongside a large underground lake, raising the prospect of tiny swimming Martian life. Italian scientists are reporting this two years after identifying what they believed to be a large buried lake mile under the surface 12 miles long, they're getting more data from a radar sounder on the European Space Agency's Mars Express Orbiter. They say highly salty water is likely keeping the lake and ponds from freezing details in the journal Nature. Our astronomy. Chuck's Iverson, ABC News
Remembering Chadwick Boseman
"The world is still shocked and heartbroken over the death of Black Panther Star Chadwick. He inspired millions of fans with his work while privately battling colon cancer. He died Friday at the very young age of forty three, and while we all struggle to process this news, one thing is very, very clear. Chadwick was a true hero. Settlement. There's no way back. We Sat. To me, it's always about who will you get to be on screen with you get to work with everyday. Give me beautiful. Give me a number on my back. Give. You the. There was an honor to be able to trade as man and. To be able to do something that matters. There's no reason why you would think you would. Ever, get to do a superhero movies I mean be especially as a black actor and certainly not the lead of a superhero movie. King still. Hurts. Pressure but I feel like that's the thing I like the most about today. C., kids come up and say that he's my favorite character. Chadwick's passing shock to everyone including those who knew him best like Panther Director Ryan Kugler spent the year writing Black Panther too he had. No did not seem to know that Chadwick was sick at all. It's just amazing to me how he was able to. Keep. Something like this such. A secret nobody knew how much he was suffering I think not to take away from Cherbourg for a minute, but I think when you think about celebrities and you'll think back on it there have been a lot of celebrities that I've kept their cancer diagnoses a secret. You know we just had Kelly Preston who died from breast cancer David Bowie kept his illness a secret until he died Steve Jobs same thing I think what Chadwick Bozeman really wanted to do was live his life to the fullest and he didn't want anybody to. Pity him? He wasn't that guy you know what I mean and I think that he is and will always be pitted me of strength when it comes to me because he's always had held his head high, he's always represented himself and my community in the highest regard and I just I think you'll be remembered for that for the rest of his life. I don't think he wanted people to see him go through that struggle and make the last four months of his life about the illness.
Wauwatosa PD denies claims Officer Mensah provoked protesters
"Background because most of you know the story. There's been ongoing protests in Wauwatosa even before the George Floyd situation over this, that and the other thing and They have focused locally on the case of Officer Joseph MENSA, who is the police officer who shot and killed a man who, armed with a stolen gun was part of a group that was causing a disturbance and running toward Mayfair Mall. While armed with that stolen gun. He also had 36 rounds of ammunition and an extended magazine. And according to the police investigation, he fired a shot that officer men sub and protesters have been going after Officer men ever since The wall photos the city council. Recommended that he his employment be terminated in the fire and police Commission has suspended him. As I had predicted. This is not satisfied the protesters who have disrupted government meetings who made wild statements at a public meeting at hard Park, and then on Saturday, I took their protest directly to the home. Off officer Men's his girlfriend, who is a police officer in Milwaukee. Where Officer Benson Wass and a situation developed in which Officer MENSA says that he was shot at Before we talk to Chief Webber. I want to deal with two new developments today. The first A letter that was sent today by Congressman Jim Sense it better. Guys, you probably know this city election today to replace time is the sense of better who's been in the house for a long, long time Republican primary Today is between Clift Temple and Scott Fitzgerald and the Republican candidate for that seed is going to be determined in today's election. But sensitive writer is still there since it brothers. This thick includes portions, but not all of Wauwatosa. He sent the following letter to me, your dentist McBride of Wauwatosa today, Dear Mayor McBride. I write to you today concerning the deteriorating security and policing in Wauwatosa. The protests, which may have started peacefully have been growing ever more violent and the event Saturday night outside the residence of Officer Joseph Mintz have required a meat require immediate leadership and strong action from you. And the elected leaders of Wauwatosa first allow me to be clear that I am and always will be supportive of American citizens. First Amendment rights, having said that ever since the death of George Flight in Minneapolis and the protests and the protests the incident sparked There has been a push by community leaders throughout the country to weaken, defund and abolish police departments in several cities. Locally, Officer MENSA has become the poster child for this movement due to his three officer involved shooting incidents. Officer MENSA has dedicated his life to protecting our community and has been cleared by the Milwaukee County District attorney's office of two of the three shootings in which he has been involved. The third incident is still under review. Despite the decisions by the Milwaukee County D. A. You're common council passed a resolution calling for the termination of officer menses employment with the Wauwatosa Police Department. While I understand the common Council wants to bring reforms that the OPD the consequences of their actions are having serious repercussions for the residents of your community. Citizens of Baba Tosa are being harassed by these protests. Protesters who have now laid siege to a residence in your community where a gun was fired at a home with women and Children inside. Actions like this, and the breakdown of law and order will spread fear and force the citizens of Allah toasted to reconsider their choice to reside there. The mass emigration from your city would be devastating to the very fabric of that community. In addition to the detrimental effect it would have on your tax base schools and city sciences. As I believe we are teetering at a crisis. I am offering my assistance. I stand ready to contact federal law enforcement agencies and bring them to Wauwatosa in order to bring peace and tranquility back to the community. I look forward to hearing from you. Well, we have reached a critical tipping point in Wauwatosa. I am confident that if we work together, we can restore the rule of law. It is crucial that we strive to preserve the excellent quality of life that has drawn so many toe work. And raise their families in Wauwatosa and signed by Jim Sensenbrenner, member of Congress. His district includes portions of the city of Wauwatosa. Seconds slow. State representative David Bowie and Milwaukee who says he was part of the demonstration in protests that occurred outside this residents. That officer Benson was at on Saturday night is saying that nobody tried to kill Officer MENSA, and he's blaming MENSA for all of the developments that occurred. Quoted in the Js online today, Bowen said, and I quote from the story, Bowen said No protesters fired at MENSA during the protest. It should Bob said 50 to 60 people outside menses Wauwatosa home again. It's actually his girl friend's home. But he's residing there. Bowling and other protesters said they were provoked by MENSA before the physical altercation that took place out outside his home quote. It was clearly communicated as we were trying to figure out what happened that it was Joseph MENSA in that tussle that turned off the safety on that firearm and told the trigger. Owen said today, the Wauwatosa Police Department issued a statement saying there is a lot of false information and rumors being circulated on social media and through the news media regarding the events on Saturday night, August 8th outside the home where Wauwatosa Police officer Joseph MENSA was stag best includes an accurate information and allegations contained an official press releases from a state elected official was outside of the home. Well criminal conduct and a shooting occurred. What occurred Saturday night was not organized a peaceful protest. It was a targeted planned act of violence against one of our police officers. In our community. This is an active ongoing investigation and evidence continues to be gathered regarding the events of August 8. Investigators are looking through a large amount of high quality video footage from the scene and are working to identify suspects and vehicles involved in any illegal activity. A statement, then quotes police chief. Very Weber The welcome toast. The Police Department will not stand by and allow this type of intimidating, aggressive, dangerous illegal behavior to occur,
"david bowie" Discussed on Motley Fool Money
"With the Motley, fool money extra I'm Chris Hill. What do movie producers prostitutes and big wave surfers have in common? If they're successful. They're all good at managing risk. It's the central topic of Alison triggers book an economist walks into a brothel and other unexpected places to understand risk. Schrager economist who profiled a number of people who in their own way managed risk to further their careers? Including David Bowie. That's right. Bowie. Was One of the most influential musicians of the last fifty years and he was an expert at hedging risk. When we talked last year Schrager explained how David Bowie turned his song catalogue into a bond. Boys interesting and that when he was young. Just starting out got his first record deal. You know usually what they do is they give you a an advanced and they own your royalties and that's actually sounds horrible and this is why musicians always say they're poor even when they're successful but it's actually fairly good restraint 'cause most contracts or sign up for person we'll never make money, but they get to keep their advanced. So the IT music companies just taking a long shot that your world is worth anything because all they aren't. But David Bowie when he was young, he's like I'm make it and I will take a smaller advance knew we didn't have much money and this is I wanNA keep my royalties because I'd leave I am not upside. We'll go to me and he was right obviously became David Bowie but then when he was in his late late forties early fifties. He was really concerned. It was like Napster was coming out and he has like I don't think royalties are worth much growing new. This industry is going to totally change apparently, he just has amazing foresight, the music industry but when he was young about just potential so we securitise his phone catalog, he turned it into a bond. So then all of a sudden he took up money and gave the upside and someone else Chris Sale. Thanks for listening. We'll see you next time..
Teenagers Surfing on the Wave of the Apocalypse
"And welcome to another edition of the shape of things to come. I'm bill floor and I'm Dean Miller and our guest this week artist student teachers. Start off where everything starts off with. Let's introduce ourselves. Then Dan My teachers. Yeah. Go ahead. Base I was more comfortable from the time. I was little kid with what were considered freaks than I like drag Queens I like boys, hugh tweets, their eyebrows I wanted them to put my makeup on J. I Sing I mean going to a dead boys concert with you're sitting in the front row at CBGB's and stiff baiters. Ripping out his pubic hair throwing at you. That's disgusting. But it was amazing. On wore I play drums as teenagers. We were filming gigs for the mumps we were helping the erasers build up their sets for their shows and we've been very involved and so there was kind of this organic thing that came together. You know maybe we should maybe we can do that. You know I mean maybe we can do that. By Play Guitar. Let's say you had. School. In one hand and. Being in a band and hanging out with blondie. David Bowie and the other hand and it was impossible to do both things. Boy Do you think would happen. There'd be less school-going. Joe I buy another talk. I wanted to be a rock and roller I play guitar, and I just wanted to make wild noise. Or. Unveil. muschamp coffee you would see warhol walking around with his polaroid and handing out copies into you magazine. So this is what I thought. Every teenager did it didn't occur to me that. What an unusual environment this what? We're here sort of to talk a little bit about the band place music and give people a chance to find out what the student teachers are really because I think a lot of people in New York even though I know most of the people in the band from the New York area don't know that much about student teachers. Any. Seems to be a mystery to herself and everyone. While sometimes, that's effective. I don't know. Imagine this group of teenagers in the late seventies in new. York. City. Most of them are still in high school, a couple of recently graduated. They're obsessed with bands like television and Patti Smith the Ramones Roxy Music. Most of them come from fractured family lives and find community in the club scene. But get this in the span of six months they go from not knowing how to play instruments to headlining their favorite clubs. Then opening IGGY pop getting interviewed I'm GonNa have their favorite radio stations eighty nine point one W Nyu. How do they make that happen? This Ragtag Group of best friends lived and breathed the scene. They spent all their time together by records running fan clubs. Reading. Rock magazines. They'd go to shows together and off often get mistaken for being in a band so. One day in bills living room they decide. Why not? Let's form one. Just. kind of said that everybody everybody's all play drums and I'll play guitar. Okay. You play Bass and I said, okay. Then lawyer said well, I don't know if my voice will be good enough because she was gonNA sing. So maybe you should be from female rhythm section and then we We all hated. Wouldn't bands felt like sports teams. And with David I both being gay and Philip, and then later Joe being straight boys and then, Lauren? Laurean. Laura being the female rhythm section we really love what we did visually. I think it's more important than we have a concept an idea. I A music. Actual technical ability because we knew our instruments well enough to be able to contain the idea to an extent. But you guys can make it. I mean you think you're gonNA make it after the All of us into. Your knew we weren't musicians and none of us cared but we cared about is that we were gonNA have a blast. We were going to be cool. We were GONNA be the coolest kids and we weren't going to imitate anyway.
Teenagers Surfing on the Wave of the Apocalypse
"I've been approached about the student teacher story before by people who always seem to have this moralistic agenda to tell this cautionary tale of young people who are in over their heads or taken advantage of with too much freedom and sex and drugs, and rock and roll. And I definitely want to be clear with you that I actually believe that artistic exploration and that. Freedom is worth a certain amount of existential risk and I'd rather live next door to junkies than millionaires any day. And I'm endlessly grateful. That we came of age in a place time like that. And welcome to another edition of the shape of things to come. I'm bill floor and I'm Dean Miller and our guest this week artist student teachers. Start off where everything starts off with. Let's introduce ourselves. Then Dan My teachers. Yeah. Go ahead. Base I was more comfortable from the time. I was little kid with what were considered freaks than I like drag Queens I like boys, hugh tweets, their eyebrows I wanted them to put my makeup on J. I Sing I mean going to a dead boys concert with you're sitting in the front row at CBGB's and stiff baiters. Ripping out his pubic hair throwing at you. That's disgusting. But it was amazing. On wore I play drums as teenagers. We were filming gigs for the mumps we were helping the erasers build up their sets for their shows and we've been very involved and so there was kind of this organic thing that came together. You know maybe we should maybe we can do that. You know I mean maybe we can do that. By Play Guitar. Let's say you had. School. In one hand and. Being in a band and hanging out with blondie. David Bowie and the other hand and it was impossible to do both things. Boy Do you think would happen. There'd be less school-going. Joe I buy another talk. I wanted to be a rock and roller I play guitar, and I just wanted to make wild noise. Or. Unveil. muschamp coffee you would see warhol walking around with his polaroid and handing out copies into you magazine. So this is what I thought. Every teenager did it didn't occur to me that. What an unusual environment this what? We're here sort of to talk a little bit about the band place music and give people a chance to find out what the student teachers are really because I think a lot of people in New York even though I know most of the people in the band from the New York area don't know that much about student teachers. Any. Seems to be a mystery to herself and everyone. While sometimes, that's effective. I don't know. Imagine this group of teenagers in the late seventies in new. York. City. Most of them are still in high school, a couple of recently graduated. They're obsessed with bands like television and Patti Smith the Ramones Roxy Music. Most of them come from fractured family lives and find community in the club scene. But get this in the span of six months they go from not knowing how to play instruments to headlining their favorite clubs. Then opening IGGY pop getting interviewed I'm GonNa have their favorite radio stations eighty nine point one W Nyu. How do they make that happen? This Ragtag Group of best friends lived and breathed the scene. They spent all their time together by records running fan clubs. Reading. Rock magazines. They'd go to shows together and off often get mistaken for being in a band so. One day in bills living room they decide. Why not? Let's form one. Just. kind of said that everybody everybody's all play drums and I'll play guitar. Okay. You play Bass and I said, okay. Then lawyer said well, I don't know if my voice will be good enough because she was gonNA sing. So maybe you should be from female rhythm section and then we We all hated. Wouldn't bands felt like sports teams. And with David I both being gay and Philip, and then later Joe being straight boys and then, Lauren? Laurean. Laura being the female rhythm section we really love what we did visually. I think it's more important than we have a concept an idea. I A music. Actual technical ability because we knew our instruments well enough to be able to contain the idea to an extent. But you guys can make it. I mean you think you're gonNA make it after the All of us into. Your knew we weren't musicians and none of us cared but we cared about is that we were gonNA have a blast. We were going to be cool. We were GONNA be the coolest kids and we weren't going to imitate anyway.
Franois Clemmons: Hi from Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
"There has been so much written about Mister Rogers telling you that if you wanted to stay on the TV show. You could not be out of the closet. Did that make you adjust how you were behaving and presenting in private even in your personal life? Yes because I felt people first of all they show the photograph to friend so I felt an obligation not to be caught in those compromising situations because you see the first time someone told him I had gone to a club down in Pittsburgh called the play pin so I went there with a buddy of mine. We were dancing sweating and I go home. That was the extent of it but evidently somebody took it upon themselves to tell him that the other I've seen there and I felt violated adult man. Who in the world is telling him what? I'm doing what I do when I'm not on the show is my business and yet you ultimately agreed to stay in the closet. If you're GONNA stay on the show that was an emotional slash spiritual decision. I began to feel that I was therefore reason. Not just a happenstance. Once you have this inner feeling that I was at a meeting with destiny that I could not be casual and I couldn't deny what I knew I wasn't going to. I thought about what? What would it be like if you don't hold up your end of the bargain if you don't sacrifice in a way that has honored brings honor so? I really had a sense of obligation and commitment responsibility. Those words they haunted me. And when you say you had a responsibility who or what was that responsibility to the responsibility was to have a good face for white people who are watching this show. People were a little different in how they felt about my being on that show but white people would say all. That's terrible. Mr Rogers was so kind to you and you are gay person. You were caught in that alley that boxed up the back of the truck or somewhere and that's a disgrace. That's what I felt. I could not allowed to happen. We were there any out. Gay Black People in the media at that time No there weren't a lot. No you know who led the band the the European rock singers George and another one who just died. I was that David Bowie. Yes yes yes. Yes yes now. You're asking me specifically about black people. None of these guys are named or black. And I ask that because I didn't know if you ever considered not taking Mr Rogers advice and becoming out because there were so few media the I'm I'm a front runner. I do not care what they think. I'm speaking of my personal opinion. I've been blessed with strength and I will take care of myself. I don't care what they think but I love the man who did Fred Rogers and it would have been very very painful for him to have to go through that whole episode so I sat and I thought about it and I said you can do this you can and you will. I hadn't had love from father and it was so unconditional so bountiful that I sent. I can't give that up. I've never had it now. I've got it and I'm not going to throw it away. I'm not gonNA treat it lightly and casually. I love this man. He's treating me in a way that makes me feel whole makes me feel like a person that I'm wanted and needed and cherished in that community. They became my family all of them. So coming out you would have lost the show. You also would have lost. Your family would have been everything. It would have been a terrible loss. I had pulled in so tight with my stepfather. Beat me up. I said you know their relatives and I can't trust them. I began to allow myself to be feeling to be hillman when Mr Rogers asked you to stay in the closet. If he wanted to be on the show he also suggested that you get married. Would you have gotten married to your ex wife? Had he not suggested yes because he wasn't the only one I think who was advising me. She was my best friend so we hung up all the time all the time. An hour on the telephone was nothing for us and I didn't feel at that time that I was courting her as a lover rather than just simply expressing the this is my friend. I prefer her overall. You guys and you did have a few gay friends who knew you were gay. What was their reaction to you getting married. Oh they were surprised this what. What are you getting married for and I said well. That's my destiny. I think that's my life. I do have a lot of affection for her. And maybe that'll turn into erotic attraction it never did and when I was making love to her I was thinking about my boyfriend or somebody and so it became apparent to me that I had made a serious mistake because she was a very very nice person and she was deserving of a better relationship. And that's what I basically said to her. You know I can't give you can't be the husband that you need a want. I just can't yeah. I felt like a failure I had tried to do something and I was really down in the in the mouth say. I was so depressed that I had tried something big and I had bit off more than I could chew. Did Fred Rogers ever meet any of the menu had relationships with Oh later on he did and I have to tell you. He didn't have anything against gay people. I don't know how to share with you but I didn't have very many relationships with people. I've never lived with anyone except my former wife. I've always lived along not by choice. I think there were only two people that I had very quiet. Demure relationships with that lasted for fifteen years. Each were they quite because you felt that you couldn't come out of the closet fully. Yes in fact one of the sediment don't dress up tonight so they won't recognize you. You won't get any attention and just the two of us can go to this restaurant and this movie and be very quiet loving and cuddly sweet and when did you come out publicly. Maybe about ninety. When I started the Harlem Spiritual Ensemble. I felt very today I was I was holding a big bundle of life. I decided I'm coming out. I don't care who knows it. I'M NOT GONNA hide it. And so from then on people s not very many. I told him yes.
Kraftwerk co-founder Florian Schneider-Esleben dies at 73
"News with the fathers of electronic music is done Florian Schneider co founded craftwork in nineteen seventy well the group never achieved real mainstream success craft work is influenced everything from hip hop to daft punk to David Bowie based largely on Schneider's pioneering sound chatter left the group in two thousand eight the group honored with a Grammy lifetime achievement award in two thousand fourteen Florian Schneider died after a short battle with cancer he was
Kraftwerk co-founder Florian Schneider-Esleben dies at 73
"One of the founders of the hugely influential electronic music group craftwork has died more from ABC's Jason Nathanson Florian Schneider is known as one of the fathers of electronic music co founding craft work with Ralph who turned nineteen seventy releasing the groundbreaking album autobahn nineteen seventy four I trained flautist Schneider started experimenting with synthesizers and mourn the late sixties helping to define the craftwork sound that would influence everyone from daft punk to David Bowie Bowie paying tribute with the song V. two Schneider and his heroes out working two thousand eight the group honored with a Grammy lifetime achievement award in two thousand fourteen Florian Schneider died after a short battle with cancer he was
Luis Venegas on Print Media in an Age of Uncertainty
"Kind of Dream. Save like well someday. I will like to do my own magazine. And since the first one zero seven that was that was in two thousand four. I mean it's like a sixteen years ago and even blocks back event. Where can starting seeing so I mean for me? There was no option. Maybe if I was thinking about when amazing today new I will start with digit or something but at that time I mean black from that the next stage to remain starting little by little. I mean he wasn't something I am not also he wasn't the thing that I will related to the time so yeah. I tried to start and I made them less now. You see you say that if doing something now you imagine it might be digital but I think what I've always loved about what you do. Is that you you honor the magazine as the Phantom jet. You know when when when I think about the magazines that I when I left New Zealand in one thousand nine hundred seventy four. I had three suitcases and one of them was full of magazine and it was. It was like my favorite magazines. It was the life magazine. Charles Manson on the front and it was very the very first issue of Fabulous magazine with the Beatles on the front and it was a David Bowie. God knows they're actually the only ones that are in plastic. I mean everything else Everywhere but the actual physicality of magazine is something that you ana That you very deliberately set out to do with candy. Which was to take your subject. You'll the marginalized people that you wanted to focus on and give them the absolute multi Vogue Treatment Make Candy as glossy and gorgeous and in disposable as it possibly could be guests douglas. The the I mean I I the I mean. When I started to plan the Doing Candy I felt like it was. It should be something white up the opposite of Dr Magazine I wanted to be glossy on his DS huge celebration of all the subjects and although modest that I was hoping to treat in China amazing show. It's not about them. Tell us about. You'll you'll subjects yet. Well as candidate is focus on what I call the transversal. A people People many people I mean the people who know can be maybe often they think is a trans for transgender magazine. But it's not only about trans or transgender people is also an Rajini stays gender nonconformity people drag queens and also The gender people who suddenly go for transformation for one day for a shoot for fun so for me but was the. That's what Games Branka exactly. The BEBOP Franco puts on the coat. Or like it's for Spanish versus kind of ask you about that is so the thing is like I. I said All of those manifestations basically everything that was like Okay go fuck. Gender Denver doesn't matter. Let's celebrate everything. Well if matters of course but it doesn't matter in a way you know as like Let's focus on everything that has to be. Celebrate the around all those many stations. And that's how it came with bursts of grants because it means going from one place another transitioning going you know and then universal transversal. It felt like okay. Maybe this is the word in a way and That's the magazine focus on. I felt like fashion was for a long time taking inspiration from all the transversal world but never pay back. You know it never it never. I mean that was very all of these aren't by Conde. Dining was something about. The people didn't really know many people who can deduct it was maybe it wasn't obscure subject before especially the younger generations. Sheds Allegra K. Let's put it all together in a magazine. Let's see what happens. Let's see he's going to explode or survive? I don't know but you don't want it to be like a political steam or something like a political statement. I want it to be a celebration. Actually a celebration of style. A celebration of awesome intelligence way on humor and everything that's related to fashioning to celebrate the although stinks and indefinitely broad broadening. The concept abuse. See as well Just making beauty side much more of an inclusive idea taking the traditional fashion magazine approach to beauty and then just In
Pop stars live-stream concerts from home to combat isolation
"So there's a new outcome from canceled concerts in home isolation that's not popping up artists reaching fans through social media several performers have been streaming performances through the Instagram live feature to deliver up close and personal concerts and we have some examples for you this morning Coldplay lead singer Chris Martin started an Instagram live series it's called together at home it's in partnership with the World Health Organization global citizen and he was taking song requests from fans in the comments including a cover of David Bowie's life on Mars and Coldplay's hit song yellow so we want to play for you just a short clip here from yellow along some pretty good right the fans you know so many people that sensibles are done concerts are done and music bring so much for
"david bowie" Discussed on Deserter Pubcast
"Is that. Well this is my stanford the what. What a beautiful instrument does this have little bit controls? chiwetel gets home convincing. Count than us it. Would you please estates same. Thanks Dave Hey yeah Jimmy Jimmy that sense. Excuse me I should remember not genetic okay so hey we did you guess it. We are of course in the trinity on outside next to the roaring fire pitch. Yes and besides a mural of David Bowie indeed yes the very very proud of David Bowie history. Nine Yes So if you guessed Trinity Arms Yourself One pint pint or right. What would be enough to Well we concluded the the World Cup of pumps. Yes we did. Last time we spoke we were at the quarterfinals. Strong digital twin. He didn't wait and what's a grant tournament it was awesome. Amazing battles of you mentioned skeins versus Hermit's cave last time. That was incredible. Battling lots of new places doing yes good to see places like the rusty bucket and fellowship coming through favorites. Yeah and We had a little bit of.
End of Decade Special
"I'm John Madden and I'm here with my co presenter. Under Harrison as we in our guest use our personal favorites that have kept don minds off brexit climate change and cheering for the past ten years. Hello Hello Sean how you doing. I'm very well your last chance to say this was the decade of and so what was it in the decade of this chancers the decayed of other everything. Everything fell to pieces both in good ways about ways at music. The music disintegrated and facilitates into a billion different things. So it's impossible to say this is the sound of the time that is captured. The moments that it doesn't happen anymore that everybody lives in their entire entirely sort of separates had medically sealed genre bubbles and but also I think it's a it was a time when the public realm realm the wheel. Shed sometimes finally properly replaced by million private realms. All you know create by social media bills created by your political bubbles and I it it it created a world where every body is only talking to a version of themselves. The other thing depressing sauna. Hi Sean John. Is the caving in pop culture as well as real culture et. You've gotta get used to losing all the time. There's a reason why the avengers movie were so big with A. Ah That's basically what has happened in politics as well. So it's going to be. A Weirdo. Decay Tacoma because just putting things back together again absolutely crushing stop in bed. Thousands Aglietta never bottom. We'll we'll do it together. You and I the podcast in the team will put everything back together before we start you and I went to the Arab Exhibition Super Troopers Neo tune and Lina speak. What do you make of it? I thought it was all right. I thought it was beautifully designed. I didn't think it was enough stuff in it. Buying in it's lacking in actual touchstones touchstones. It's lacking in this. Is The real guitar flocking. These are the real close because the move replicas. They went after so you kind of lead through room by room thing which is beautifully recreated created to give you the feel of individual albums. But when you're in there there's lots of fun things like appeared nineteen seventies telephone. You can pick it up and listen to sound clips on the ton of interview interview. And there's a great little hand held I pod type thing which gives you video content but the actual exhibition itself is lacking in artifacts. I wanted to feel like I was in the room with the piano. Were you know sakes all was written. I wanted to fill this recreation of this video but it just felt a villa can experience a non exhibition. So it's interesting but I think when the when your gold standard is is David Bowie is the does not see I see we. We have some guests to announce to help us with our deliberations we do and the both big mouth regulars writer broadcaster Guardian new states person. She's hot from those borders for. She's I'm an angel. Gabriel in in the local Ms Nativity. which happens in pulp? I told you this now. Look You Merry Gentlemen. The hot from the borders hot for the PLA on my twitter bio good-looking holy been an annual fundraiser. A couple of nights ago and I was steeped in tell you under Harrison. Yeah I was going to be a wise woman. I thought that was quite exciting in a good feminist statement. I'm just walking down on a hill with a woman and a man and a baby donkey do have a donkey. I've got to y'All got to read something while baby Jesus is born from the punt. showed the retired vicar in the religious tells me and I have to do this because my husband is a garden indices garden so this is the exciting archer style life. I live in on the board in in the observer pitchers of the year. Just keeping it back to bringing it down. You talked to Richard Russell records about the late Keith. Very poignant and the line the sides me was I think he would have been an amazing old. Yeah it was. It was really like to read how. How did Richard Russell Sound and talking to me was was a tough one I Observatory section is a really tough thing to put together. Because you're basically trying to marshal will people to talk about a dear friends and come in symptoms. Help ghosts might stuff. You're writing for them. And last year I did Dave about Chaz which is probably my most emotional experience the tense Richard Russell. Yeah it was It was hot and obviously it's a difficult subject because the way we wanted to get to make it absolutely correct and have helpless at the end and everything but yeah him saying that the Almond under fina rules brilliant thing. You had a big mouth year on the fans about the funeral enroll. There's an. I'm look online as well as an amazing Christmas lights tribute to Keith Flint. That's been shared on twitter that somebody the whole Arab side of the House is a tribute to him but yeah it was hard and you know. He was one of these artists that brought people together. I am not your typical prodigy. Found absolutely love them. I saw them dreading. I got very confused lost and scared but loved it and before I start your mating birthday and I still remember Brit so I it is A. It's a it's an honor to do those pieces actually so a great honor Sean. Here's the key expert panellist well. According to the Guardian. He's he's built a reputation as one of the music industry's most authoritative commentators. Watch out the music industry his book. The final days of am I sending the Peik was named one of the best books of two thousand nineteen by the Fine Nanteuil Times. No less and the Belfast Telegraph. Goodness Morality Gripping Lee recounted wanted. They said he was definitely the most beloved thing. That palomino has sent to London until they stupid barstools and buses smell of we microwave passengers it show favourite eighteen Ford. Hello Ayman favorite a massive peaceful louder sound on whether the two thousand ten's killed the album. Ah yes I'd kill the album's decades date not migrate conclusions. They reconfigured the album. I can't it so the new shape I think for certain artists. The album has always been an irrelevance and it was basically just a thing into kind of walk singles all kind of make money so the idea of the obviously you separate the album is a commercial enterprise versus. The album is an artistic enterprise so pop music never fully adapted to album as four my and that's not flow on in streaming aged that's why pulp is so preeminent because it's all about the single by think for the biggest deal interest in albums still buy albums or consume albums as we as we say yeah I don't think it's Dad I think it's very cut of a very binary thing decided that yes. The album is alive and healthy of the album. As Diet I think for certain genres. It will remain uncertain certain genres I think digital display apart. Because it wasn't that important side of the Commercial Rimet He said the album is transitioning. Because yeah absolutely is gender nonspecific the album. It's fluid beaten apple music. Well it's not quite like a dirty carbon what it had a massive head start and obviously it's model is different. Because it's got up two types of users it's got those on the ad-supported version and those pants subscriptions or rolled into family subscriptions or whatever is Apple. Lisa pure you have to pay to Subscribed to this by closing the gap. It was if we have this confrontation five years ago spoke to people wreck accompanies. It was always just marketing way. Spa Why and then go will kind of the crumbs to everybody else and absolutely have not speaks. I Rot Lop Bite Digital Morgan out of the last two years they all. Its power already. Four spot foyer on the industry absolutely treats them as one on the same But I think I think it spotify still. It'll go up a really good kind of head start on everyone. And they've been quiet. One is probably. I'm in music. I rolled into prowling leads ages. That's your proper mainstream crossover mortgage which bought fi an optimistic. 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"david bowie" Discussed on /Film Daily
"So if you'll like they should go either like all the way and make it a four hour ceremony or just not hold a televised at all speaking of controversy yesterday. I think they announced they're making a David Bowie bio pic slash origin, story, Chris what is going on here because there's some controversy about will this movie, actually, even be made. Yeah. So as of now, the movie is being made, or at least it's in pre production and an actor named Jonny Flynn who I'm not familiar with that all has been cast to play David Bowie. And rather than being, you know. A traditional bio pic? This just focuses on one specific period in David Bowie's lifespan typically in nineteen seventy-one when he made his first tour of America to promote a new album, and this is where he came up with the idea of Ziggy stardust, and all you know, all that stuff. So it's sort of like the Ziggy stardust origin story. So you know, that story broke yesterday, and I was immediately skeptical because honestly, I don't think anyone can really do a good job playing David Bowie, except maybe like till the Swinton, and that's going to happen apparently. But if they could it could be an Academy Award nominee in nominated -able performance, right? Like if. Yes. Yeah. I mean, that's the prospect there for like an actor like that is the challenge, right? It just gonna put a goofy wig on him. And that's all it takes a pair. Because that's all Rammie Malik did for bohemian rhapsody put on a goofy week and he got nominated for best. Actor he'll probably win because that's that's goofy teeth skew T everything. I think more than that. I think it was more than that. Okay. Go on. No. He's performance has banned. Anyway. So the controversy arrives is today because don't get Jones who is David Bowie son and a filmmaker in his own right revealed that the filmmakers, the producers of this movie, which is called stardust don't have the rights to any of David Bowie songs, and they also don't have the blessing of Bowie's families. So basically, this is going to be David Bowie movie without David Bowie songs, you know, whatever you want to say about behin rhapsody, which is a awful movie. At least it has really good Queen songs in it. Like, this movie isn't even going to have good Bowie song. It's not going to have any Bowie songs. Also. It begs the question who wants to see David billion movie without David Bowie music. Not me. Yeah. Me neither. So maybe we should just call this whole thing. How do you even do that? Like, so are all the scenes off stage. And then like you you kind of hear like the the music starting in the background and he walks onstage new till like after the concert. Yeah. If you know, that's probably hallel do it or they'll have just no performances at all or. They'll have like montage. There's probably with other people's using. That's an I'm picturing something like that. Without the. Participation of the family. How do you even get away with like the makeup on his face? Like, I feel like that is kind of I guess, it's not copyrighted or trademarked. I mean, I don't know like in wrestling like no one can come out with ultimate warrior face paint. If that makes sense because that has been I think in a way trademarked, but maybe maybe you know, they've Bowie was didn't trademark that kind of that. Look, I don't know. So you just think this isn't going to happen. I don't I'm sure it'll happen in some capacity. I mean, it's worth doing that. Unlike go Hemu rhapsody, this is like a a small most independent production. This isn't like, you know, Warner Brothers or a big studio putting us out. So it probably will happen in a probably be obscure it'll probably quickly fade for memory. And I'm sure some day. We will get that big studio produced David Bowie bio-pic and that probably won't be good either. But as of now, this is what we have. Yeah. Okay. Let's move onto some TV early buzz the umbrella academy. This was one of the shows that we put in our most anticipated TV shows for two thousand nineteen the the first reactions have hit the web in each day..
"david bowie" Discussed on Double Toasted
"That's why it stands out. Right. And so what happens from this point on is that the ferry guides affiliate through the maze through the labyrinth. You will and in there, we need the titular the foul. The foul not David Bowie. Dave. God damnit that was something. I could have shot. Very somebody Photoshop David Bowie inside pans labyrinth. That'd be great for everybody got king, but the goblin king. But you know, the phone recognizes that this is a little Princess from from from the underworld Moana. You're welcome. But but he gives her a book start the quest when he goes. Hey this year, the real Princess you have a moon birthmark on his shoulder. You're not really of this earth. Your more of the underworld born you're born of the moon. Your weird your weird weird and your unique and you're not this human shit. You put on like, you are one of us. Rivers. Up. In the game of his widow, not more. List? Most..
"david bowie" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Stay in radio you made six figures and radio absolutely i was in radio for years and i didn't even make six figures so okay but are you making that now no i walked radio you're still use this whole time craft let me tell you i'm still in radio because i'm not in it for the measly salary that i get it's not even a salad i'm not even i'm not in it for the measly our rate that i get i meant it because the platform allows me to facilitate things that i actually want to do for now that's why oh i i can do it and i'm here but i don't come in here because i love radio i enjoy doing radio i have no love for whatsoever my radio does not fulfil anything inside me that i need fulfill but did it used to it's so different now with no would never i was always in really talk i was never in a really music intensive show i just it's like stand up i i may want to do it so i do i don't have any love for stand up okay but don't you think if david bowie let's just say it was still alive right right wouldn't that the guy on the phone just said his bucket list item is to me jordan where'd you wanna meet david bowie that's a fair thing to add i met okay well no scratch forgot time this is what i'm saying if i wanted to list this is on your bucket list previously what's another thing i've got so many artists that were okay this is what a bucket list implies this is something that you want to do before you die if i if i want to do something i try and achieve it if i don't i don't if i never met bowie my life was not going to be less fulfilled than it would be nobody's would if if you don't fulfil everything but that's what a bucket list implies i want to do these things before i'm dead the only thing i wanna do before i die is live longer that's it that's the only thing i wanna do before.
"david bowie" Discussed on X96
"Bye good doc frown let's see the usual gang of misfits and dope addicts are here sure sure fine carry any excuse to play a david bowie song totally ignoring the fact that it's rosanne cash birthday totally ignoring it david bowie's rebel feel bad i don't know one of those great rosanne cash long that we always what sounds weird something does sound weird hollow okay just because it's different doesn't mean as good.
"david bowie" Discussed on Mohr Stories With Jay Mohr
"Uh and she's on euro delays on find yourself and on on carolina that song she does what i mean lou harris those on tatreau with your dad is shaped like ankle perfect she's an instrument she is incredible and sheesh and she's really versatile i think she's going to last a long time she takes care of herself keeps the right people you know family in good love allrounder i think she'll be one of the best ever that lived in she fascinating are because it's like she reinvent herself are getting more and more normal you come out like a suit of meat like the grammys and then it's like hey look she's in a pant suit all right she's really taking it to another level like what the fuck she's at the peach into bikini she's a she's really daring yeah yeah no she's she's special and she's so brilliant in terms of marketing and and she really knows what cells in this day and age which which right which no that's that's us that's of of a skill and itself to kind of be able to reinvent yourself she reminds me a lot of david bowie in terms of like her ability to um you know take really great talent but then just reinvented in different ways sorta than of adana way too but like i just like her david bowie my david bowie reference to her because of the way he embraced people who wanted to just express themselves like the the so you know quote unquote the freaks in out just kinda let you freak flag fly as as stephen stills sang in she's got a little monsters she got her little monsters and and she really encourages people to really loved themselves and be true to themselves and who they are and and you know the different colors of the world too.
"david bowie" Discussed on The Chartographers
"May i'd like death europe's net like i kinda wanna kinda dig with they're going there may be issued pool silva that or waivers to the kendrick albany made his last nothing from the dark entire noel gallagher his 51st birthday was just in champion other artists with us for every season with a things picture is where it's like he's a sitting backstage in its him with like sitting next to dili horrigan lou reed the foo fighters silat youth the here and yeah and like all these famous the in prey black of the pixies and all his favorite artist end up trent resin there and it's a every single person he loved and he just use that daily every saw almost every saw him during the set of is that the earth day you just bring on somebody new at like his favor people to display with because uses one new music the new aren't that he was just downloaded delay to support nieto any he always do abida were slated to guess focus on yorke's fireman teague on the radio elves everything does your knees jews read the the trend risk near interview about after he died he was talking about how david bowie leg talked him out really talk to him into a getting help with addiction or whatever i don't know i remember reading add goes like about link when they did the co 2 or lybia boeing yeah like i've been i've been there before he ask totally not necessary you're you're still use your brilliant it's not the drugs and you don't need the new that's also when i dig about low in euros is that you know that you think that you late worried that a view of the drugs that can be there but via the internet and busted in two of the most famous album all time within six months of each other right you know lady any waiting for him i think he was also in interviews deduct about of emulating he could sue greet art while sober that was like significant a powerful of'sell tajik as heroes in was the biggest it was still hit nowadays is one of his most all nowadays is his number we had the dangerous mortars us build were reported that he hit a breached 1 billion streams also spotify which is.