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"david david foster" Discussed on The TryPod

The TryPod

03:36 min | 3 months ago

"david david foster" Discussed on The TryPod

"Only a bowling alley is now in david. David foster's not an arcade. No no no no no not indoor theme park as far as i'm concerned it's absolutely an arcade. It has wacky eighties carpet. It smells like quarters and all have the machines. Don't really work. They should enough of them. Do there's a crazy looking guy wandering around. He's never at the prize thing. When you're ready for your tickets up there's nobody there you're like i got my cats and there's nobody there is wandering around there in a mall so we were born in like late eighties. Which makes us part of this. Really interesting i guess. Like mid to older millennials who we grew up as children with a lot of things that are very dated and then suddenly like when we hit elementary middle school. Things just shifted dramatically with the internet. So things like answering machines and caller. Id colored landlines where you can listen in on calls. Yeah people don't get that so you could parents could be talking on phone and you have to yell across the house like hang up the phone. 'cause like maybe your friend Billy's calling you keith. And i'm your mama. I'm like bul off. Hank you can sit because that was like devices in movies. You know they'd be like they were listening on the call. They found out that husband. He went to the bar and he cheated. I'm doing the kids But yeah the that was such a hit was such a cool time brewing phone numbers. Yes i i d still no childhood friends phone numbers because i do. Yeah i know. I know my friend's phone numbers of kids. More than i know. Any phone numbers now. Yeah i don't know. I know becky's phone number. That's it like you'd have to remember your mercy contact number you know when you're signing for field tree nowadays you're you're you're selling okay thought. I probably had a good fifteen numbers in in the bank in the brain and the brain and you know you remember those combos you dollar on one. Sometimes somebody answers like oh like is robert. they're like the number sun okay. I'm sorry sorry. So sorry he call the same number of games like oh god. I just don't have his number. You know those Those spotify wrapped lists. We're going on twitter. Where people showed their like most streamed artists and made me think of you know lime wire. Oh my god. Virus machine so back in early days was on napster. yeah you It was a different situation because You would try to find the song. Say you were trying to find ano- miley cyrus a new one of excellent new songs. You had to go through maybe twenty downloads of someone who probably like recorded relying far away. Microphone green bar if it was really good. Eventually that was more speed. They had leading system. Yeah but i especially. Napster is no fucking clue. You're going to get you just name files songs and you download it and it would not be that so it would just be any any confusing like trap but then of course you could get you music. Sometimes it was like weird quality. You gotta go recording of a recording on the radio but it was cool. Also when you're a kid when you would anything on a website it would like they would screw it what's the word it's kinda strobes downward like it. Loads todd to bow would load one row of pixels at a time. Got top down especially photos specially photos especially.

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"david david foster" Discussed on Keep It!

Keep It!

10:14 min | 5 months ago

"david david foster" Discussed on Keep It!

"To apply which is why you should try zip recruiter for free as ZipRecruiter, keep it you know, what that's how Monica from Lamont Jenkins and who is Lamont. She said ZipRecruiter sent her Lamont's profile around five minutes after she posted her job because he was such a great match for the wrong. Okay massage. ZipRecruiter monika's company has hired everyone from accountants to project managers to field scientists and she's not the only employer who loves their recruiter. So if y'all want to hire a large chunks of your own you need to go ziprecruiter.com keep it cuz ZipRecruiter makes hiring faster and easier. Try it now for free at ziprecruiter.com slash keep it that is z i p r e c r u i t e r m i t ZipRecruiter spell it for your listeners who still don't know how to spell a podcast name. Look back with an all-new keep it off. I don't know Madison the third are we back? I moved. Yeah, I'm back. We're here physically. Are we here? All emotionally and mentally I am. Okay. I'll take my sadness elsewhere. Okay, that's a huge burden to put on me figure that out right now at the top of show. I'm Luis for Todd. I'm a dachshund. I think well, hi my Log Cabin Boy dog is how are we going and I haven't devoted any brainspace to learning that Katharine McPhee donated to the Republican party and it shouldn't mean anything to me because she is an Indian Idol runner-up who just got one NBC show one time, but she has played so hard to the gays on that goddamn Twitter that it is insulting. All right, tell me what you're talking about wage. Oh well, so have you heard of Katharine McPhee? Yes. Yes. We're here for that. Okay. Yes. Yes Mash American Idol and also waitress waitress on Broadway. So what's important to note about her American Idol run was there a time when any lady singer with brown hair had to sing Black Horse & the Cherry Tree by KT Tunstall and she was one of those people. Okay. It came out this week that this woman who has been cultivating a gay fan base to the likes that I have not seen since Nick Jonas was near-naked on every game magazine cover and truly like if she released a video months that had her looking at her vanity and turning around to the camera and saying hi my gay boys, but also she just kept going. I mean like she references every gay sent off. Meme on her Twitter. She's always popping him. I mean like it's plan like there's some gay intern Mastermind running the whole operation. I'm sure it's not entirely. She taught herself. Yeah, right. I doubt she even would see most of these tweets, you know. Yeah, cuz it was just like the way that Katharine McPhee would constantly like oh a meme is happening online like the way that she would instantly sort of have a response. It's like a bitch. You're busy, right? Yeah. Are you like trying to write a packet for late-night? What's going on? Right since since you be given David Foster a sponge bath old man, you married off? Okay, so she's not being brought up in there has been a recent Fall From Grace, right? This is yeah. So this week this week. So one shared screen shots, cuz you know, can look up people's political donations. She has been donating money to Republicans and not just to Republicans. She was donating to this website Red Wind, which gives you a log. To every Republican running for office and different races that you can participate in and she's also a registered Republican in California. Okay, I mean that makes a lot of sense now that we talked about it. I mean it just points to what now feels like the most callous stream of Tweets in memory. I mean to just paddle out wage is like that and then directly directly contradict that quote unquote love for with this bullshit. It's just really surprising and I was had to change from my limited experience with the show smash a team Karen fan because I felt that Karen was maligned for having natural star Charisma when Megan Hilty was just like all Talent, you know, and I wanted to be like the page. So on side of natural X Factor but no longer. Listen. I'm not going to lie kick it. You know, I like to Katharine McPhee. I like to earn smash as well. So, you know, I thought was I shocked I was shocked to be honest people could try to be like, of course. He's married to David Foster. Like of course, she was a Republican and I'm like, yes in my brain. I should be thinking also David Fosters a republican town. I mean he did run over Ben Vereen, but David Republicans to yeah, right David David Foster worked with like hella Negroes, you know, I don't know it seemed like he was an asshole but down anyway, I guess not right. So and by the way, I guess now I'm a Taylor Hicks fan, which is well, I'll turn he's a republican to God to me. Well, not Republican, but do you recall that he performed at the Republican National Convention? Oh, correct one, and then and then he said that he took it to be equal opportunity and he was awaiting an invite to also perform at the DNC. It was like I'd is this how you're trying to get press join Vela. Yeah. Also, that's a very Republic buy sneakers to type response. Yes. Yeah. Wow shocking the amount of white people that are secretly Republican. How shocked are we? I know I'm sorry to even have to like explainer this two people dead. That season that whole season is Awash Louis, who can we stand from That season of American Idol now wait Elliott Yamin is that season right have to do that. Yeah. We can you listen Elliot your mean off of that voice by the way, maybe I'm a Mendy's a stand. Did you ever consider? Yes. Yeah. Okay. These are good choices. Yeah, not Bucky Covington. This is not a problem coming taste podcast. I've been to say that well, we have a very exciting episode today. We have two guests joining us first. We're going to talk to David Chang restaurant tour and Jeff celebrity. Okay? Yeah, I think in that order definitely. Yeah and I get to be there for both of the interviews today very it's a rarity it's a rarity the streets have been either. I I was surprised people noticed. I'm like girl. I just asked questions like that's not be missed that you're surprised people noticed when it was just Ira Lewis acid questions. Yep. Third person on the show and four months at a time. Yeah. Our listeners are perceptive. Ayena ears ears. They have them shock shock. We will also be joined by Zachary Quinto making a return appearance to keep it. What was he here for last time and I was not here for the last time he was here last time he was here when boys in the Band by hitting Broadway and now he's here to talk about the film full circle. Yeah, that's history. I bet you're going to bring up Heroes a show have not seen though. I literally am so familiar with the rest of his catalog. So I feel about that right? Well keep feeling bad. Okay, I feel bad for having watched Heroes. The first season. It's awful remember hating penetration. Remember her? Yeah Nashville baby. Anyway, awesome scream for don't forget. Yeah. Yeah. Classic RRP Kirby she'd better be in five years. Of but before we get on with the show, I would be remiss not to bring up the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg this weekend and the office Cape that it has plunged us into this week watching a new Fox as I call it watching every rat Scurry above the SS GOP so they can get a nominee onto the court a conservative nominee and replace her seat. I mean, it's the woman money. She's the one person we're like culturally comedic Lee it became kind of a cliche to be obsessed with her and you know girlboss it up but it's also like just an unprecedented wage here in human history. I mean, it's just in a way like I don't even think I've spent enough time with it. She's I said on Twitter which sounded so kind of glib of me, but like it's really a Wikipedia that is amazing from start to end game. Just read it and but and I say this like I love Wikipedia, I think more people should go to it. I almost am anti museums and pro Wikipedia. Like I'm like, I'm almost far right in this way down, but you can can get a lot of information on her really quickly and you don't even have to watch that Felicity Jones movies. So do it. Yes, cuz on the basis of sex is a bad movie indeed. Yes, my favorite thing about her. I had to go back of course and watch the Ruth Bader Ginsburg documentary on Hulu and I we spent so much time around Comedians and people who are personalities trying to be funny. I forgot the intensity of a sober person off and the intentionality of someone who is serious and cares about philosophical things and wants wants you to understand that you know comedy is not trying to get a joke off all the time and have my own place that I now call dissenting colors. So I I love very, all right, very fortunate very fortunate dead..

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"david david foster" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:49 min | 7 months ago

"david david foster" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Said Oh I think wouldn't. He'll do a great job with that last verse? Yes, and their response was what verse, they said. What you know their response because it was the music supervisor. was talking to David David Foster. I think say. And she was like well, you know said when he'll do a great job of that third verse, and he said Oh. Yeah, yeah, yeah, no, she definitely will. Yeah. No, we're. We're all very excited about it. Then hung up the phone and went. WHAT THIRD VERSE! Version it's they just play the music they. Cut the. Right. Yes, there's no. There's they don't sing the actual verse. So then he had know he panic. Literally the song was supposed to be like done that day, or whatever had to bring Whitney back into the studio, and of course got the Valley version and Whatever and then. Way The I mean always killed it, but like triple tailed it. Yeah, on rat and basically everyone. The studio was like we are watching magic happened. So the fact that that third by not have been there if not for a stray comment by Dolly Parton right. Unbelievable and here's the thing okay. This is a tangent, but that wasn't even supposed to be the original song the original some what becomes of the brokenhearted, but then somebody else recorded it, so they could do it, and that's when they started looking for another song and it. What Song Are we working on right now? Let's talk about dollars for a while. Well I want. We say so much. The saints crazy so. Here's the thing. So as Michael so in the next couple of years seventy, five, seventy six, she won the Country Music Association Award for Best Female Vocalists, and she had a big crossover hit seventy seven with here. You come again. in the eighties she saw more mainstream success especially with roles in films like nine to five, which earned her an Oscar Nam this little whorehouse in Texas. Steel magnolias and maybe a little less rhinestone, but I, recently saw rhinestone and it's. The best. It is ridiculous and I love it. Ryan. Soon is the best it. It takes place in a universe where the most popular thing on earth, yet is like country music performed in New York City. It's Tonk in the middle of New York City like in the mid. Something will happen to like one of the characters, and it is apparently national news according to the movie rhinestone that someone saying a song in a bar in New York City right. Same. It's the it's great though. Obsessed with it. It's so weird I'm very weird. There left out the movie straight talk. Well I didn't move out moving straight talk. I just can't sit straight talk because this is the eighty straight talk was ninety, nine, hundred, ninety, one I think anyone eighty two. She choose also, it's worth noting she's amazing and steel magnolias. She's great and steel magnolias. She's received lifetime achievement awards at the. End The grammy's and yeah, she's in the Guinness Book of Records for most decades with top twenty hits and Billboard's hot country songs and most hits on Billboard's hot country songs by a female artist so much more we could say, but we'll do more Dolly songs and also I. Really Want to go to Dollywood. I mean probably not right now. No, but. But. It's yeah I mean she's. She's giving. She's phenomenal. She's phenomenal I. Mean we will at some day? I'm saying this right now I. Don't know how we know when. We will go. The three of us will go to Dollywood and we will bring recording equipment. We will do an episode from Delhi. Oh My I. Put people right now. We're aby amazing. put it out in the ether. Please either I would love that. Anyway so that's all I have to say about Dolly. For, now. Okay Good. All right so I have two to three other our, so my first thing I want. All, right well, thank you Rachel. Amazing though as an I, appreciate you cutting down as much as humanly possible. Said difficult my sweat. I sweat over it so much. Go over. Iran, take a quick break when we come back and talk about the lesson we learned from this song with lessons learned. There's only one thing missing from the story Song podcast pictures. You can fixed up by following us on instagram. Story Song podcast you'll find album covers songs. We've done behind the scenes photos new episode announcements and more get the full experience. Follow Story Song, Kat cast on Instagram. We're back. It's time for lessons learned what lesson that we learned from this song Michael. Let's start with you well listen to learn from Jillian. I learned that the term singer-songwriter songwriter. is so limiting. and. I think that we should just refer to Dolly Parton as the greatest human. WHO's ever lived? That's right I. think that feels good. You're not wrong. I will I will say this it is. One of the saddest things that ever happened in the history of music was that she wrote this one song, and then just decided to never write another song again, right? That's right and link. You know just just became this one hit. Wonder so set aside Neverthe- to record again and put down the done yeah! I'm mean and was not one of the most prolific writers. And recording artists in the history of the world. You guys know that I am bitter, spiteful hateful person that's right and when someone is so talented. In a number of different ways, I come to I come to hate that person because how. Dare. They have so much right. Dolly Parton is so incredible. That I actually go through that cycle and then loop back around. Yeah, to loving like I can't even be angry with you so also amazing. She is incredible. Oh my God. It's not just the talent. It's also like wow. She's also like probably the coolest person Oh. She's amazing, socal humanitarian she. She's incredible. she's Harish. Perish the thought, but but it has to happen all annot someday when she leaves this mortal coil right. and. She passes on. I'm not listening anymore. What I'm saying. That was the day that happens if she were to bodily ascended into heaven. I would like five percent. Not Be surprised. Me Be like there's really no way this could have. Though other way this could have been did like. Angel on Earth. I think it's I. Think what you meant to say was when she decides right, Shit Star mortal skin. Wings emerge and just come a blinding light to all of us. Yes, you know it'd be like you like all right. This makes sense. To me again, mostly surprised, but there's a little part of me. That always knew this was coming you. Only like Scooby Doo when you really know what's coming. You talking about scooby snacks. Here's an island from Joe Lean. Getting a good night's sleep. Is incredibly important so. If. You're like me of a bit of snoring.

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"david david foster" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:49 min | 7 months ago

"david david foster" Discussed on Pantheon

"Said Oh I think wouldn't. He'll do a great job with that last verse? Yes, and their response was what verse? Very what? Their response because it was the music supervisor. was talking to David David Foster. I. Think say. And she was like well, you know said when he'll do a great job of that third verse, and he said Oh. Yeah, yeah, yeah, she definitely will yeah. No, we're. We're all very excited about it. Then hung up the phone and went. WHAT THIRD VERSE! Version. It's they just play the music they. Cut the. Right, yes, there's no. There's they don't sing the actual verse so then he had. He panic literally. The song was supposed to be. Done that day or whatever had to bring Whitney back into the studio, and of course got the Dalai version and. Whatever and then. Way The I. Mean always killed it, but like triple tailed it. Yeah, on rat and basically everyone. The studio was like we are watching magic happened. To the fact that that third by not have been there, if not for a stray comment by Dolly Parton right. Unbelievable and here's the thing. Okay, this is. A tangent, but that wasn't even supposed to be the original song the original some what becomes of the brokenhearted, but then somebody else recorded it, so they could do it, and that's when they started looking for another song and it. What Song are. We working on right now. Let's talk about dollars for a while. Well I I want we say so much. The saints crazy so. Here's the thing so as Michael so in the next couple of years seventy, five, seventy six. She won the Country Music Association Award for Best Female Vocalists and she had a big crossover hit seventy seven with here. You come again. In the eighties, she saw more mainstream success especially with roles in films like nine to five, which earned her an Oscar. NAM This little whorehouse in Texas? Steel Magnolias, and maybe a little less rhinestone, but I recently saw rhinestone and it's. The best. It is ridiculous and I love it. Ryan soon is the best it it takes place in a universe where the most popular thing on earth, yet is like country music performed in New York City. It's Tonk in the middle of New York City like in the mid. Something will happen to like one of the characters, and it is apparently national news according to the movie rhinestone that someone saying a song in a bar in New York City right. Shane. It's the it's great though. Obsessed with it. It's so good. I'm very weird. There left out the movie straight talk well. I didn't move out moving straight talk I. Just can't sit straight talk because this is the eighty straight talk was ninety, nine, hundred, ninety, one I, think anyone eighty two. She choose also. It's worth noting she's amazing and steel magnolias. She's great and steel magnolias. She's received lifetime achievement awards at the. End The grammy's and yeah. She's in the Guinness. Book of World Records for most decades with top twenty hits and Billboard's hot country songs and most hits on Billboard's hot country songs by a female artist so much more we could say, but we'll do more Dolly songs and also I really want to go to Dollywood I mean probably not right now. No, but. But it's yeah I mean she's. She's giving. She's phenomenal. She's phenomenal. I mean we will at some day. I'm saying this right now. I don't know how we know when. We will go. The three of us will go to Dollywood and we will bring recording equipment. We will do an episode from Delhi. Oh My I put people right now. We're aby amazing. put it out in the ether. Please either I would love that. Anyway, so that's all I have to say about Dolly. For now. Okay. Good! All right, so I have two to three other our, so my first thing I want. All, right well, thank you Rachel. Amazing, though as an I appreciate you cutting down as much as humanly possible. Said difficult my sweat I sweat over it so much go over. Iran take a quick break when we come back and talk about the lesson we learned from this song with lessons learned. There's only one thing missing from the story song. podcast pictures. You can fixed up by following us on instagram. Story Song podcast you'll find album covers songs we've done behind the scenes photos new episode announcements and more get the full experience. Follow Story Song Kat cast on Instagram. We're back. It's time for lessons learned what lesson that we learned from this song. Michael, let's start with you well listen to learn from Jillian. I, learned that the term singer-songwriter songwriter. is so limiting. And I think that we should just refer to Dolly Parton as the greatest human. WHO's ever lived? That's right I. think that feels good. You're not wrong. I will. I will say this it is. One of the saddest things that ever happened in the history of music was that she wrote this one song, and then just decided to never write another song again, right? That's right and link. You know just just became this one hit. Wonder so set aside. Neverthe- to record again and put down the done yeah! I mean and was not one of the most prolific writers. And recording artists in the history of the world. You guys know that I am bitter, spiteful hateful person that's right and when someone is so talented. In a number of different ways I come to I. Come to hate that person because how? Dare they have so much right. Dolly. Parton is so incredible. That I actually go through that cycle, and then loop back around. Yeah, to loving like I can't even be angry with you so also amazing. She is incredible. Oh my God! It's not just the talent. It's also like wow. She's also like probably the coolest person Oh she's amazing. SOCAL humanitarian she. She's incredible. she's Harish perish the thought, but but it has to happen all annot someday when she leaves this mortal coil, right. And she passes on I'm not listening anymore. What I'm saying. That was the day that happens if she were to bodily ascend into heaven. I would like five percent. Not Be surprised. Me Be like there's really no way this could have no other way this could have been did like. Angel on Earth. I think it's I. Think what you meant to say was when she decides right, Shit Star mortal skin. Wings emerge and just come a blinding light to all of us. Yes, you know it'd be like you like all right. This makes sense. To me again, mostly surprised, but there's a little part of me. That always knew this was coming you. Only like Scooby Doo when you really know what's coming. You talking about scooby snacks. Here's an island from Joe Lean. Getting a good night's sleep. Is incredibly important so. If you're like me of a bit of snoring.

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"david david foster" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast

The Story Song Podcast

08:06 min | 7 months ago

"david david foster" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast

"But her version of I will always love. You was the version that inspired the Whitney Houston version, but they were. When they were. When they were looking for a song to do Kevin Costner brought. Linda Ronstadt version of the song to. Whitney Houston and apparently this story goes when I guess. They got permission from Dolly to record it and. She said Oh I think wouldn't. He'll do a great job with that last verse? And their response was what verse. Very what? Their response because it was the music supervisor. was talking to David David Foster. I think say. And she was like well. You know said when he'll do a great job of that third verse, and he said Oh. Yeah, yeah, yeah, no, she definitely will. Yeah. No, we're. We're all very excited about it. Then hung up the phone and went. WHAT THIRD VERSE! Version it's they just play the music they. Cut the. Right yes, there's no. There's they don't sing the actual verse so then he had. He panic like literally. The song was supposed to be like done that day, or whatever had to bring. Whitney back into the studio, and of course got the valley version and. Whatever and then? Way The. I mean always killed it, but like triple tailed it. Yeah, on rat and basically everyone. The studio was like we are watching magic happened. So the fact that that third by not have been there, if not for a stray comment by Dolly Parton right. Unbelievable and here's the thing okay. This is on a tangent, but that wasn't even supposed to be the original song the original some what becomes of the brokenhearted, but then somebody else recorded it, so they could do it, and that's when they started looking for another song and it. What Song Are we working on right now? Let's talk about dollars for a while. Well I I want we say so much. The saints crazy so. Here's the thing so as Michael. So in the next couple of years seventy, five, seventy six. She won the country Music Association. Award for best female vocalists and she had a big crossover hit seventy seven with here. You come again. in the eighties she saw more mainstream success especially with roles in films like nine to five, which earned her an Oscar nom, de little whorehouse in Texas. Steel Magnolias, and maybe a little less rhinestone, but I recently saw rhinestone and it's. The best, it is ridiculous and I love it. Ryan soon is the best it. It takes place in a universe where the most popular thing. Yep is like country music performed in new. York City. It's Tonk in the middle of new. York City like in the. Something will happen to like one of the characters, and it is apparently national news according to the movie rhinestone that someone saying a song in a bar in New York City right. Same It's the it's great though. Obsessed with it. It's so weird. I'm very weird. There left out the movie straight talk. Well I didn't move up moving straight talk I. Just can't sit straight talk because this is the eighty straight talk was ninety, nine, hundred, ninety one I. think anyone eighty two. She. Choose also. It's worth noting she's amazing and steel magnolias. She's great and steel magnolias. She's received lifetime achievement awards at the. End The grammy's and yeah, she's in the Guinness. Book of Records for most decades with top twenty hits and Billboard's hot country songs and most hits on Billboard's country songs by a female artist so much more we could say, but we'll do more Dali songs, and also I really want to go to Dollywood. I mean probably not right now. No, but. But. It's yeah, I mean she's. She's giving. She's phenomenal. She's phenomenal I mean. We will at some day I'm saying this right now. I don't know how we know when. We will go. The three of us will go to Dollywood and we will bring recording equipment. We will do an episode from Delhi Oh. My I put people right now. We're aby amazing. put it out in the ether. Please either I would love that. Anyway, so that's all I have to say about Dolly. For now. Okay. Good. All right so I have two to three other our, so my first thing I want. All right well. Thank you Rachel. Amazing though as an I, appreciate you cutting down as much as humanly possible. Said difficult my sweat. I sweat over it so much. Go over. Iran take a quick break when we come back and talk about the lesson we learned from this song with lessons learned. There's only one thing missing from the story. Song podcast pictures. You can fixed up by following us on Instagram Story Song podcast you'll find album covers songs. We've done behind the scenes photos new episode announcements and more get the full experience. Follow Story Song Kat cast on Instagram. We're back. It's time for lessons learned what lesson that we learned from this song Michael Let's start with you well listen to learn from Jillian. I learned that the term singer-songwriter songwriter. is so limiting. And I think that we should just refer to Dolly Parton, as the greatest human who's ever lived? That's right. I think that feels good. You're not wrong I will. I will say this it is. One of the saddest things that ever happened in the history of music was that she wrote this one song, and then just decided to never write another song again, right? That's right and link. You know just just became this one hit. Wonder so set aside. Neverthe- to record again and put down the done, yeah! I mean and was not one of the most prolific writers. And recording artists in the history of the world. You guys know that I am bitter, spiteful hateful person that's right and when someone is so talented. In a number of different ways, I come to I. Come to hate that person because how? Dare? They have so much out, right. Dolly Parton is so incredible. That I actually go through that cycle and then loop back around. Yeah, to loving like I can't even be angry with you so also amazing. She is incredible. Oh my God. It's not just the talent. It's also like wow. She's also like probably the coolest person Oh. She's amazing, socal humanitarian she. She's incredible. she's Harish perish the thought, but but it has to happen all annot someday when she leaves this mortal coil right. and. She passes on. I'm not listening anymore what I'm saying. That was the day that happens if she were to bodily ascend into heaven. I would like five percent. Not Be surprised. Me Be like there's really no way this could have. Though other way this could have been did like. Angel on earth I think it's I think what you meant to say was when she decides right Shit Star, mortal skin. Wings emerge and just come a blinding light to all of us. Yes, you know it'd be like you like all right. This makes sense. To me again, mostly surprised, but there's a little part of me. That always knew this was coming you. Only like Scooby Doo when you really know what's coming. YOU TALKING ABOUT SCOOBY SNACKS.

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"david david foster" Discussed on Comments By Celebs

Comments By Celebs

07:12 min | 8 months ago

"david david foster" Discussed on Comments By Celebs

"That's that's a perfect perfect example Julie before he respond to Mike In addition to your point is the fact that like? The. As weird quote to the public when the woman is the older one in heterosexual relationship like if we're talking through rose reverse with Leeann. Cami you know what I'm saying. So why are we so K., we collectively we okay with Leonardo DiCaprio and Camilla Marrone, but weird when it's a woman vert man in that regard or when it's friendship. It's actually interesting. Now that I'm thinking about it, also because I'm thinking about it just in terms of female relationships. You're not wrong because it's not weird. Like perceptively when it's guy in a girl in the guys older. But Even looking according to as job, it's like a platonic friendship. It's a little bit weird to us like perceptively, and then when you, the woman's older in the guys younger, it presumptively weird, but then you also take a relationship that's woman woman relationship like Sarah Paulson in Holland Taylor. People find that weird, so that's a really interesting point. Yes is because we are in this. Highly Patriarchal Society that. Just favors men in so many fucking ways even with things as as silly as platonic friendships. Or Relationships I. It's like even. Even I find a lot of people just like like I think that Holland Taylor Sarah. Paulson is the perfect point to this because they're in a relationship, if Holland. Taylor was a Guy Same Age and Sarah Paulson same age. No one would find that weird. Nobody would blink an eye. People people for a second when David David. Foster and Katharine mcphee like thought about it like. Like, it's just there's this. There's this societal pass that wealthy older men get, and it's really fucked up and by fucked up. I don't mean like if that age difference makes them happy. That's fine. I'm saying fucked up that that isn't then equalled. When it comes to the woman being older or a gay relationship, or whatever the differences you know yet, it's it's interesting to think about. I, never really thought about until we were just talking about that. Yeah I mean that just got way off topic, but I. The other thing that I wanna mention is like you know I think listen any connections coming on Tiktok they're. They're gonNA do well like we've discussed that. There's like this thing that exists within TIKTOK. Were celebrities typically aren't welcome? I'm sure they'd be met with a little bit of criticism initially, but realistically if Kim onto to build a brand on Tiktok. She can build it that being said I. Think Courtney Start Smart for like starting this early. You know what I mean kind of starting to get into a before the rest of them have and like really getting herself in with this crew again she doesn't need. Need them but I just think it's a fun element in a way that makes sense to you where you also remember that Tick Tock set tends to be more favorable to people that were already to celebrities that were already big on Tiktok so like I told you coordinate Kardashian if she wants to find her place, her place is Tiktok corn. Is the car dashing on top and I think that she started recognize that like that's the platform out of all her sisters. She's the one that gots to Thri. Makes Perfect sense for her to be on time and I think it makes perfect sense for her to have these relationships tech people because even when she does videos with Addison. They're usually kardashian audio's that they do together and I'm not saying that that's our common ground. That's the only reason they're hanging out, but I just think that courtney is really smart for being able to take advantage of that and I think there's a part of her. That kind of feels like. Maybe she needs Addison in order to do that. Yeah. It makes normalize it a little bit. It brings her in I. Don't know. I think she's just having fun navigating this and I. Don't think I. Don't think there's anything I. Honestly don't think it's weird like I. I really don't I think it's fun. I like watching it navy. I'm just. Maybe it's just me being excited for Addison like. She felt did the damn thing. You know a month ago. It's so much more. Exciting for her. I also wanted to give a brief tiktok update again. Feel Free Password if you don't give a shit, but I know a lot of you do. happens in our DM's on the whole. Sway House situation so. I've been done a little bit more. Digging lost a couple of videos, and so as we know. Jaden Hustler and Josh moved out of the warehouse, and they are living together recently since last week's podcast, Anthony also moved out and he's living with them. So the current Sway House as it exists is Bryce Blake and Keough. Now and Griffin Johnson now Noah Beck. WHO's from Arizona needs nineteen year old soccer player, Played University of Portland from Arizona. TIKTOK, his kind of gone crazy over him. He's really good looking kid, and he was hanging out at the White House. Sorry I also missed Quinton. Domino's hanging out at this warehouse and. You know people were kind of were like curious deals the deal and I think he is joining so that's just something to look out for. bryce uploaded of log where he went to Jaden. Josh's newhouse. They were kind of fucking around I. Don't know why do I care I? Don't know but I do and so I will keep you as updated if anybody is more interested. also interesting to note Josh and broke up as ads. Ads and Jaden and madness. It looks like are living together now, which is just also interesting, and for anybody was curious I know I'm going really deep right now and a lot of you don't care Nessa uploaded a video in the studio with her Noah and Maddie and a lot of people were commenting like ship for her. Noah and in Joshes. Youtube Video Josh for anybody is necessary. ex-boyfriend said that no reach out to impersonate dude. Were just friends like I'm not making a move on I know obviously your ex girlfriend and he with Josh was like no totally fine neces- can do what she wants. Knows a good guy like no uncomfortable so on. Just make that conversation. God, you're deepen. I am to a God. You're given. I never crossover watching their youtube videos. I'm really. Really deepened because you get like this is just so you? Money like ask you to watch something. You don't have the attention span for it. You can sit down and watch it the like. If it's something like Tiktok, you will spend hours doing research for what I. WanNa know all the key players also. Have you been falling? TATY! The real underscore Totti's journey with Dylan it's the only thing I care about. It's the It's all I can do. So. This is very important. It's I feel strongly that everybody follow this, because no matter what take talk you're on, you will enjoy this. There's this woman her name is her handle is the real touchy. The real owners taty and basically she started to become viral on Tiktok because she was capitalizing on these boys primarily these. Teenage White Boys, doing these POV's like. Baby come here why not? She was playing the female role of it, but hilariously do them all from her bathroom and she was kind of. Like. Like Fan, girl in kind of over the Sky Dylan, and now there's this whole tiktok. Like plans to get them to meet up I. saw invested that. There's like a couple of tectonics at like I like obviously.

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"david david foster" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

Very Bad Wizards

11:12 min | 1 year ago

"david david foster" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

"An aside. I'm certainly not the literary man you are but I'm wasn't struck at all that that the writing was was is brilliant It read to me like somebody trying to write like somebody. Brilliant would the lot of really long sentences and a lot of sentence structure is that are trying to show off so in in all sort of. You've charitable interpreting of this because I think foster walls was a writer. I I can't help but think that he's trying to do this as part of the way in which he's communicating that this guy care so much about what we think of. Okay now this so we keep putting off discussing. Let me say this but I I wanna say something about the writing. which is that? I normally hate long sentences with a passion and I find it very frustrating even even an authors that I love I had initially a reaction to to this As as as not a David Foster Wallace fan boy they liked God the the sentences going on forever. There's no rest. This is a hot shot author trying to like show you how virtuosic he can be but right but then I read it out loud so then I started reading it out loud just certain passages and when you read it out loud you get the rhythm of it and when you do that the rhythm of the sentences. I don't know like I stand by. This is a brilliantly written story it just requires that the you somehow get in touch with with the rhythm of these long endless sentences and I don't know like I say you're saying it just. It's not just the length of the Centigrade that I'm saying so that was just an example but the sides and the like the it's it's like it's trying to impress you and and the nonsense that's intentional. But I don't think that he's trying to come across as a worse writer than he is and I think that's a good bridge aged to the twist of it because in the twist of it you find out that the sky probably isn't writing eh but a guy named David Wallace is writing and like I. We haven't talked about this and all but how how how we interpret this twist but at a certain late in the story as he's talking right about the as essays about to go into the actual moment of his death he mentions a man. David Wallace Hollis who went to the same high school as him. He says David Wallace blinks in the midst of idly scanning class photos from his nineteen eighty Aurora West High School Yearbook Book. HSE Yearbook and seeing my photo and trying through the tiny little keyhole of himself to imagine what all must have happened to lead up to my death in the fiery single angle car accident. He'd read about in nineteen ninety one like what sorts of pains or problems might have driven the guy to get in his electric blue corvette and dry and try to drive with all that OTC medication and his bloodstream and then goes on to describe this David Wallace happening now. This huge and totally organizable set of inner thoughts feelings memories and impressions nations of this little photo sky a year ahead of him in school with the sea and this is how it ends. Is this David Wallis character. You realize is trying trying to figure out what could have led this guy who was kind of the Chad of his high school. Take his own life in that way or at least that's that's one way of ending. The ends with a David was not with Neil anymore. So how do you interpret that. I interpreted as one of the things that I think that he mentions over and over again. Kind of hints at is this The notion of time as passing thing and as being at least Like passing in the colloquial sense in which we talk about past present future being illusory and that Things things aren't like that especially from his perspective in the afterlife. So he's talking about how you can get these impressions impressions that are almost instantaneous. And he tries to define what he means by instantaneous. Here like insights are bits of information flowing wing through through the human mind take no time at all and so. He describes David Wallace blinking and in that blink is the only time he's giving Eh David Wallace here to have this whole set of thoughts about reading about this car accident and realizing that this was a guy from his high school and a wondering and creating in his head An entire narrative. About why this as you say this Chad this seemingly successful guy how he could would have gotten to the point where he committed suicide And then David walls taking a step back and looking at his own life in his own struggles and I I read it as like a David David Foster Wallace creating the David Wallace character and saying something something like human beings are so incredibly hard to know we barely ever get like the smallest of windows into into this huge complex rich inner life every one of us has this nearly infinite infinitely rich inner life that we only only present to each other in in these ways in which we could we we couldn't possibly communicate every detail of the richness of our lives that is just just like the human predicament we are. We're living in this way. Where of course of course? Maybe we think we're for frauds like you Tamla Kantan-o all of the things things that I am I. I'm in charge of telling you what I am. I am in charge of creating in you. The thought of who I am but that is what seems to be weighing down on this meal character and so the way that I read it as David Wallace in that moment of that blink realizes that he himself has had this struggle and The very end where he says and David Wallace having emerged from years of literally indescribable war against himself with quite a bit more firepower than he'd had at Aurora West his high school that he says I'm not going to go out that way like I. I will deal with all of this in a different way. Which of course in an even more medicines is is a a distressing thought since Tabu? I don't know if we mentioned the deer. 'twas Roth I took his own life yeah which is a very hard thing to separate from reading the story also sort of propelled however frustrated straighted. You got with this character. It was it was definitely in the back of my mind as as as very sad. I think I have have a slightly slightly different take so there. Is this thing that I don't understand this time. How how so much can be condensed condensed into in a single moment? And how time is to some extent illusory and But the the the the the impact that that ending had when I first read it was whoa wait a minute. This isn't about what's his name. The Chad now yeah. This isn't about kneel at this isn't about kneel at all this is about David Foster Wallace and he not. I mean when when you actually think of who neal was and the kind of person that he was the the actual stream I'm of consciousness writing signs a lot more in the limited amount of of David Foster Wallace that I've read. It sounds a lot more like David foster wallace than it sounds downs like this guy And it's It starts to seem like he just projected his own neuroses onto this guy who barely knew like twenty years ago or twenty five years ago and so it's not it doesn't it didn't it. Didn't seem to me like this is somebody who tried honestly to engage with somebody else and try to understand their perspective. Because it's it doesn't feel like he did beyond just well. He had an older sister who David Wallace seemed like. He was tracked it too and he was better than him in baseball and he and he was good with the ladies he barely we he just takes those basic facts and then just as well. What if I had that life kind of you know? Yeah I like I actually don't disagree at all with you like I'm like that's you're you're describing a different part of of of my thoughts about this like where I was trying more to describe in that blink of an eye what he's thinking about what what must have gone through. Neil's had one hundred percent agree with you that the only thing that David Wallace the character in this story can do is project his own neuroses on Neil to figure out like well what what would make me if I were him. Take his own life And but you can't really do that like he can't the only thing you can really do is try is try and project your own thoughts onto what somebody else would have been thinking in those moments even if it's totally inappropriate create which seems like it probably was in this case you know. Well he makes them too. That's why the turn is like gave me a much better Interpretation of the story because it seems as if there was a little bit of like yeah. This guy was kind of a Chad. Maybe I didn't like him That much and and like maybe even a thought that like. How's this guy taking for granted like all of the shit that went his way and like here? I am like barely you. No striking out looking and dropping balls and right field and and he's the one who offers himself like shit like so so the way that he portrays him as maybe a mix of of what would drive me to kill myself. And what would the jerk from high school be thinking about like how self involved must have been. Yeah right but it's funny because I had this. It's not funny. It's but.

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"david david foster" Discussed on World Cafe

World Cafe

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"david david foster" Discussed on World Cafe

"I also think the pfister hotel bar there. <hes> is is a really elegant and great place to get a drink. <hes> is it great town. They've got the the funds he statue <hes> <hes> yeah yeah i mean great town alright boise idaho boise idaho <hes> i remember i played at the school <hes> the thing you see a boise that if your sports fan as they their college football team actually has blue grass on their on their <hes> you know field so we played at the school. I walked over there <hes> boise <hes>. I've hadn't off their another club. I've done like there's a knitting factory club and then there's smaller club that called nero ox <hes> really nice nice town in a nice people <hes> i. There's a record store there i went to i can't remember it's name exchange yeah. Oh yeah we we had a we gotta day out there with the drive by truckers. We had a good night out beautiful you killing it. We got one one more tucson arizona zona tucson. Oh my god god congress <hes> that club congress <hes> congress hotel. I believe john dillinger gotten a little scrape excellent. <hes> david david foster wallace went to grad school there <hes> and a lot of good music. I've had i've had some <hes> great nights at the congress <hes> and <hes> yeah <hes>. That's a that's a great town. That's <hes> i. I haven't been there in a long time but i'd love to go again. Plus was the name of the club. We used to play there now. He's beautiful man. This is sparks my memories and if you ever want to retire the music thing and become an american rick steves and i'm going to take you around the country. I'm i'm really impressed. It's i. I know it sounds silly but it's so easy just to spend a night in a town and just completely forget that it ever happened. I mean i think some people don't look around because it's tiring hiring or something but i actually feel like i get energized by just moving around seeing things cool. Thank you for sharing that. We're talking to craig finn here on the world cafe <hes> last song here on the show for us something to hope for <hes>. Can you set up. What's going on at this moment when the song starts because i know so so there's so much going on but that something hope for is was inspired by rental car in atlanta. I was driving around. I started here these ads about getting payments from <hes>. You know if you were in a car accident you can. You know you'll get money. <hes> you'll do do money from shirts and whatever and then it started said even if it's your fault and i thought well this is a little strange like like i started getting nervous about the people around me looking at this as an opportunity to make money <hes> so what what happened what i start thinking about a song which is something hope for about a guy who is just kind of got a windfall because he was in car accident and so he didn't earn it in any great way and hopefully not too injured but he's got more money in his pocket than i used to and it's because he was in this accident and <hes> he is trying to convince a woman named johnny to <hes>. You know run away with him because he's got. He's got the means to do so. It seems like a perfectly good setup for a story yeah. Let's listen to it. It's craig finn here on world cafe yeah <music>. They saw johnny on becoming unknowing hades. A piece of the want you to be doc is back in town the gonna give them stop coming up in the distance. The cat streams lima have of that theresa. We all say oh really wanted to voice. I know the cuban passed around me about hans so much helpful. I wanna give us a little. Something hassle got a little bit more from the captain's than the accident happened now. It's a whole different dreams of a half of that. I wanna do it then passed around then hearts so much..

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"david david foster" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"david david foster" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"Anybody. Who's married knows that comes with lots of stuff are are you able to be driven pursuer of excellence of by the way you've got a podcast and i think you're writing a book and can you do all all of that with the same intensity you had when you were a <hes> wanting to prove yourself in suburban toronto. Can you do all that with the same intensity now awards. They're sending else fuelling you. I i don't know if you can but i also don't i. I don't know that i would want to. I think you know it's so funny any so much of so many of the lessons on your app actually talk about this and you've talked about it a lot of course her podcast talking about this idea of you. You know <hes> pushing the idea that look meditation won't kill your edge necessarily well. The reality of it is kinda need. My edge killed a little bit. My edge was killing me so i'm maybe one of the few people who comes to meditation willing to accept a twenty percent reduction in my performance performance in fact kind of hoping because if it comes with a fifty percent improvement in my happiness and in the quality of my relationships and if it makes me a better dad honestly i'll take that all day long <hes> but isn't that edge anyway. It's just how you consider edge. I suppose i guess i just want to do. I want to be less wed to the results. I want to be less <hes> to other way to explain it. I'll give you an example. You'll appreciate this because i know you've you've gone on about this. There was a day when the worship for my body was so great great it was comical right like if and people who have worked for me and know me well in or close to me they get such a kick out of this like if if ever the veins on my apps were not showing to myself and i wasn't the guy had to walk around shirtless. This was not like a you know. I wasn't that guy but just just for myself. If i couldn't see the veins on my ads i was so upset <hes> sitting here like i've really eighty you just because i've really would love unbutton my top button right now. They're no vain <hes> so kerryon go ahead so i sort of realized something a couple of years ago in the midst of have you know at the time my life was sort of falling apart and i realized wow like it's really hard work. I mean there are some people who are just genetically gifted did <hes> but for me it was certainly becoming harder and harder work to see the veins and my ads in terms of how much i need to obsess over nutrition and exercise and things just started to slide and all of a sudden. It's like you know you know by most people's standards. You still look normal fit healthy guy but you know you've oh you've lost the opportunity to ever appear in a magazine not that that was the aspiration but then something really interesting happened which is i actually began to embrace this which is like this is helping you stop this ridiculous worshiping of your body and and in part it was i came back to the talk. This is water by david david foster wallace which i'd heard many years ago because he delivered the talk in two thousand eight <hes> at the graduation of <hes> kenyon college remember.

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"david david foster" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

Chicks in the Office

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"david david foster" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

"Wouldn't i wouldn't enjoy jetski half the photograph everything yeah i told you know like same thing with weddings people at weddings they don't even dancer anything anymore people just the film but every now and then everything you go to a concert people are filming every second chill out yeah i really got i totally get that either way it looks stunning their way and it isn't it so far i guess they they got married in like the same location that the real housewives of beverly hills of beverly hills went on vacation in france oh nice fran weirdest night that yeah yeah we also had a jacket brittany wedding jackson brittany blowout now now that is a wedding that we saw a lot of content from we saw the video to so many video we saw a lot of videos i feel like every bravo celebrity was there like their guests will lebron day there was they're godless was phenomenal alexis shepherd they're always like shep in chino sneezing shutting down shop was like ship which filming so much that a table was a a shoot what's his name larry new anna nicole smith x birkhead death larry briquet and i was like wow what is get i i dunno while the lance bass officiated is wild we thought videos of him doing the by the idea that was fun it looks like a very fun time bernie look sprinkling dining tax the pictures of jaksa get crying like actually made me like my heart grew i feel like yeah i'm very happy for them hopefully works out for them a you know jackie's growing up he's he's married now now yeah so yes it's just so much like we said so much love i just love where love beaming losing out of instagram katharine mcphee a day of thoughts are also got married which honestly i'm really here for fur just solely fruit like the sarah foser erin foster social media content aaron posted a selfie them 'cause obviously they ended up in italy as well after their the wedding in london and she wrote everyone says there's such a big age difference but i don't see it she's only two years younger than me i i saw that attracts mia and catherine commented back in three years younger than the age difference jokes just don't make me laugh seems so happy to it's like oh catherine's dress was gorgeous gorgeous she did and i just wanna say david david foster is a dirty little dog this guy david authored concil get it now is like the thing that's what i mean yeah dirty little dog on the fact that he has gotten married number five he's been married five times now this guy and he got married in a church to which we're married i mean it's just a loud i know officer obviously not a catholic trend i want a backup though in london i want a backup though i absolutely will not give it the david foster absolutely would not like you know you still get it no no i don't wanna be like audibly he's sixty nine years old he saucers literally seventy years old like how many seven year olds you know that's still looked at my i just wanna say my grandpa is eighty one years old and looks better the david foster shape picture i mean my quite the quote my program when he said that he could still get it i mean good looking older guys nearly really doesn't answer my eighty one year old grandma you tell me who would ride doug real well david foster absolutely you picture my eighty one year old grandpa and you tell me who's better looking okay okay this is wild while i'm gonna have my mom send me a picture therapy is rapidly this cute little man i have to grandpa's both my grandma surpass y r i p but i have to grandpa's who are both fantastic fantastic eighty one year old people they tend to ski there so active they look younger the david foster the picture cash that cat them i get versus other comes up in google isn't that great like he's seventy years old like he's obviously not i'm not saying like he's hot i'm saying first first seventy years old but you're saying he could still get it for seventy years old he's a good looking guy for seven and.

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