19 Burst results for "David Lee Roth"

Wolfgang Van Halen ‘Prepared for a Wave of Hate’ When He Releases Solo Debut

Randy Baumann and the DVE Morning Show

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Wolfgang Van Halen ‘Prepared for a Wave of Hate’ When He Releases Solo Debut

"Van Halen. Is it picking sides in the unending debate about whether? Van Halen is better with David Lee. Roth or Sammy Hagar Woolsey was born in ninety one during Sammy's tenure with the band, but started performing with Van Halen after his dad and uncle reunited with Diamond Dave. In two thousand, seven Wolff who's long awaited debut solo album is on the way, explained his balanced view of the van Halen catalog over the weekend and reply to a fan question about the Hagar era, this was on instagram. He said I'm not a purist. It's all great. The same guy wrote all the music kind of dumb not to give it a chance if you like one or the other so much.

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"david lee roth" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

04:10 min | 6 months ago

"david lee roth" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"David Lee Roth land dog about pro wrestling. He's a big Fan. I would have never known it son. Someone tweeted meal link to the Roth show an checked out episode fifteen and sixteen was blown away to see one of the guys that I looked up to one of my favorite bands Van Halen speaking specifically about David Lee Roth and his take on the business a professional wrestling. It was awesome. I suggest you check it out yourself with your own eyes and ears Dave. We're talking about wrestling. I got to talk to you about music. I've been there and did that. My world I want to get into your world. You part of what part of the world do you. WanNa get it. I was with this year. Esparta towns dude. I love your after dark. I dig danger the most. I got my dog with me. I know you got your dog over there with both safe. It's always got a little animal protection. Hey meant chalk talk about. You looked at yourself as being you know more than a musician you said you were an entertainer. You put smiles on people's faces but let's talk about the physicality of us to do all of the high kicks all three sixties The martial arts stuff the splits running around on stage not you had to crash and burn a few times sometimes performance. Maybe you when well first of all you tell me. What was your prep before you went on stage to loosen up to do all this. Well I started the martial-arts I didn't have much relations act when I was nine years old. Why don't you join us here so It was part of the family. All my family's been in the military at Cetera and I started in that mode of thinking when I was a real little kid never really stopped it. So you know we talk about what's the prep. It's not just for the show. There's always been a parallel kind of a kind of a thing. Here you know. Sorta like Jack Johnson is a surfer. And it's hard to surfer slash musician or musicians slash surfer and he would have trouble answering that on a given day. What's that Jimmy Buffett? Are you as musician slash sailors sailor slash? He'll struggle with the head of the answer to ending on whatever and run up to this phone call. I still have maintained that parallel existence. That being said Even on days off your stretching as you know even on days off you gotTa keep the kick the engines Hamad you know There's always been a little bit of attention you know even in my wildest party times my craziest what stay up for three days in a row kind of times then There was always a little bit of a balanced to that and getting ready for a given show is still the same. Hasn't changed much about an hour and a half and I used to say three sides of a cassette tape. 'cause you know exactly how long that was. We don't we don't use those anymore. No we're back on the wristwatch hour and a half. Against and what whatever's on the ipod you know it's a long slow easy to go and You know the practice for that stuff is year round. We never stopped being humor and I wouldn't be surprised if they're up there rehearsing now and I don't mean that you know germs. You were always jobless now. They really have a work ethic that we don't talk about but I've I've heard you mentioned that before. I know but I've heard you mentioned that before about the work. Do you guys really practice that? Damn much. Yeah and it's not fun to talk about. Because it's not part of the sailboat. Dream you know. I got more of the G Wild and crazy wild wild west. That's not the glitz unburdened of responsibility live like a pirate. So we don't really talk about it of mission okay. But the debate he winds up. There's three and four nights a week. Religiously their father was a professional musician. Who took it seriously?.

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"david lee roth" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:07 min | 9 months ago

"david lee roth" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"David Lee Roth is out there and working hard and doing a lot of shows in Las Vegas at the house of blues but not only that on tour all over the country maybe they will be coming here to South Florida we can only hope right his van Halen's jump on ninety one oh seven nine and anyone else have a nice holiday bills of people all over the probation did we find on the phone yeah Briseis from west Palm Beach is that possible real people real winners.

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"david lee roth" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast

The Rhino Podcast

01:56 min | 11 months ago

"david lee roth" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast

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"david lee roth" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast

The Rhino Podcast

02:38 min | 11 months ago

"david lee roth" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast

"The director came in Walter Hill and he listened to the track. I mean the first thing I remember the first thing you heard was the bad horsey riff and he goes. How was was Eugene? Even GonNa come close to that but it's a real great seen just the way it builds and then he asked me if I wanted to be in the film and you know at first I may have even said No. No thanks cause I wasn't an actor and I knew that being an effective actor is another artful skill that you got to really focus on. I didn't know what to expect. He goes well read the script again. You know check it out. I I think you could do it and I read it and I thought yeah I can be that dark character. I had a lot of darkness in me at the time and Jack Butler was born. I'm sure that raise your public profile. Tenfold being in the movie like that and I was amazing. I couldn't believe it. I mean that you can be on a hit record. You could sell millions of records and toured the world but one one hit movie. That's when I started to understand the challenges that a very famous person could have. I mean I was just had this little part in film you know and it's being recognized all over the place while you know and just out in the street for years people knew as Jack Butler as opposed to to you know. Hey there goes the guitars for Dave. Ross it was more like Jack Butler and that kind of exposure Asia in film was just a big surprise. I can't imagine how like very famous people can deal with that kind of fame. Where every place they go? It's I've hung around with some of those people people and that's a challenge really well speaking of Diamond Dave that you just mentioned. How did you get the call to join the David Lee Roth Band Billy? Sheehan was working with David Van Halen and he was starting a solo band. And Billy Sheehan said there's again the attitude song and guitar player that while there's no way to quantify defy what that song had our opened up all these doors. It was a shocker. Everything's Brung from that everything. But Frank I guess just sprung from that so I got a call from Dave and now if you can imagine in the eighties that position was probably the most coveted guitar position in the world. I mean anybody anybody that had that Gig was immediately going to be you know. Have all the eyes on them and a very odd thing happened when I was. I was in my little apartment on Fairfax Street in Hollywood and my friend said. Did you hear David Lee. Roth is looking for a guitar player. And right at that instant something said to me. That's your Gig. You're doing that. You're you're doing that GIG big. It's not like all I really want that Gig which I did something just said. This is your Gig. Why.

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"david lee roth" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast

The Rhino Podcast

01:39 min | 11 months ago

"david lee roth" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast

"And he actually asked me to join the ban Dan tour. Oh No way I would've yeah. I would've loved to have done that but I just a lot of other commitments at the time. Yeah of of course. Yeah Busy Guy and then at crossroads was right after that like you said what was it like riding parts for both your character Jack Butler. Who Was the devils guitar? Dr Player and Ralph Maggio's character because you didn't write both parts didn't you. Yes well raccoon did all the slide work right and I and I did that kind of like the playing dual stuff. Well that was that was nice. You know they had Ri- was scoring this film and he called Guitar Player and he said I need a hotshot guitar airplane. Who Do you got you know? They played them the attitude song over the phone and he goes. That's the guy so he called me up and came out to my house which was another stunner because I was a huge cooter fan at the time. Yeah Yeah it was amazing. And he gave me a copy of the script and he said you know we're trying to create this dual and he was working with some other people but it wasn't quite working because it was turning more into a jam and it needed more theater in it. You know it needed more theatrical dynamics and I'm that guy you know the ham I'm is cooking right here right and it was all laid out in the script you know it's like At this point Eugene does this and then Jack Butler does that and there's one line that said that you know Jack Butler ripped out with a riff that sounded like a freight train. It said that in the script so really. Yeah and I said Freight great train. What does what would Jack Butler sound? Like plan freight train on the guitar. So that's the launch Congo.

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"david lee roth" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast

The Rhino Podcast

02:44 min | 11 months ago

"david lee roth" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast

"The Frank Connection was nice but it just creates a mystique. AAC You know you have to deliver. Something and flexible was such a weird record. It was almost like I don't know if I want people to hear it but some of the guitar harp playing on the record I think was the thing that got the attention of the guitar magazines. And then right around that time crossroads happened and I joined Alcatraz Alcatraz when you're with Alcatraz you got a call from John Lydon to play on Public Image Ltd's album now. Yeah that was. How did that come about? What was it like working with Johnny Rotten? That was a great record. The thing I liked about that record the pill record was I didn't have to do anything except show up and just play bill laws well was producing it and and a good friend of mine cliff. Culture airy was very good friends with bill and bill was looking for somebody to come in and do these. You know some wild parts parts and they decided to give me a call so I went in. I only had two half days to do all the guitars. And there's another guitar player. That's on the record. Nikki scope elitists whose great a great player great guy he had done some of the rhythms and stuff so I had like full range do whatever I wanted anything I wanted in a very limited period of time. I mean I did that whole record in two one half days because I was out for I flew in and electric lady land and I put my guitars down and then that was it. The second day Leiden comes in it was just so grady listens to the guitar parts and now I didn't know what to expect because I'm not a punk Qatar player. Really you know yeah. Yeah but it wasn't what they were really going for this. You know they were going for something a little different to really great record if you ever get a chance to hear it sort of African rhythmic influenced I you know as ginger Ginger Baker playing drums and well. That's a perfect fit. He was so into. You know he went down to Africa jammed with Fella and stuff so yeah and you can hear here. It is just got that very cultural vibe to it very so So line comes in and he listens and like I said I didn't know what to expect because the punk world the the fans and stuff could be very rigid snobbish when it comes to someone like myself a rock and roll world coming into the fold soda sure especially on something as is precious as John Lydon right Liden. Just listen to the music. It looks up because it's fucking great mon okay and we had a great time. We went out that night. He's so he's so much fun me so funny just entertaining because he's just so intense men you you walk through Greenwich Village with John Lydon. It's like Jesus Christ this partying the seas. I mean people are just mad and sane.

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"david lee roth" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast

The Rhino Podcast

02:26 min | 11 months ago

"david lee roth" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast

"And I sent them all that stuff. When I spoke to him again he was somewhat impressed us with the transcription and the guitar playing and he sent me an actual copy of the black page with a request for me to play it as fast as I can so I made a cassette set playing the black page part one on the guitar and sent it to him and next thing I know he was talking about it in this magazine? stunner because title yeah it was really surreal. Because I'd never even seen my name in print except maybe in a high school yearbook and be Frank Zappa going. There's this kid from Berkeley name. Is Steve Vai. He's got a lot of shops and he said something very interesting. He said I think he's GonNa turn into something. I thought my naievety that frank was just being being nice kind of trying to be nice to the young college student but I realized he doesn't do stuff like that. It wasn't until later that I realized it doesn't placate. Anybody you know never saw. It happened once so he must have heard something in the playing so we started talking on the phone and he wanted to try me out for the ban but I told him I was eighteen. Gene Guy said well. No you're too young. Sorry but he did. Employees me to start transcribing tons and tons of stuff guitar Solos and drum imparts and scores and lead sheets and all this stuff day. After my twentieth birthday I moved to Los Angeles and started hanging out at the House and next thing you know I was. I was in the band. And we were touring. It was fantastic. I haven't that's just a dream come. True Amazing Yeah well. After your time with frank you released her first solo record flexible on your label. Akasha records and the Guitar magazine started to publish your work and this must have been really gratifying to see your own work receive accolades like that. Well it it was a surprise. You know because when I recorded my first record flexible I mean it's a very quirky record very innocent then silly but I loved it too. I just wanted to like go over the top as I can with with silliness or complexity. There's a piece on there called something. Deaden Eddine here. And it's it's like eight guitars or so. That's I wrote it. Based on the Aroma of the studio after my snake and crawled into the wall was killing these rats. I'm thinking place citing something deaden here. What would that sound like? Like you know right. Yeah.

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"david lee roth" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast

The Rhino Podcast

06:05 min | 11 months ago

"david lee roth" Discussed on The Rhino Podcast

"Steve vai welcome to the runoff podcast. And very nice to be here. Thanks start where it all began. What made you want to pick up the guitar? I remember I was. I think about six years old and I walked into the auditorium of my school and there was a kid on the stage. It must have been about nine mine and he was playing a guitar. I think at various times in our life. We have moments of clarity. You know where it's almost like time stands still and I can remember are every detail about that moment but what really struck me was just seeing this kid playing the guitar. I mean I was just so moved because I instinctually kind of understood what it was was he was doing you know and it just looked so cool. Hung down there and you could hit it and bang it and play it. So that's what. I became enamored with the instrument. And that's when the love affair started basically but I was too I it. It almost seemed like it was The Guitar was like the special will sort of sacred thing and I always kept it. Sort of The the idea of playing it I kept at a distance in my mind because it was just one of these things where I thought maybe it was just too cool for me. I wasn't cool enough or something but then my sister came home with led Zeppelin and that was I said that's changed it for everybody didn't it has certainly did. Yeah so early on you. Took lessons with Joe Satriano Johny. How'd you hook up with interesting story? One of my sort of mentors in a sense was the boy that lived a few doors down John. Sergio John on had this It was only a few years older than me and I was about twelve. And he had this vast taste in music that encompassed all these really great progressive rock bands of the seventies and I was just sitting in my room listening to led Zeppelin Alice Cooper bands like that then top forty. I like top forty forty seven top forty. I'd go to John's House and he'd start playing me like jethro tall and Queen and Emerson Lake and Palmer and yes and that really opened up my I My vision you know so. He played guitar too. And I remember because you got to remember now. I was completely enamored with the instrument and I was just Anytime any time might even see a guitar. It'd be like even my mother would get little sears catalog and open it up. And there's that inevitably one page where they've got these cheap guitars and amplifiers. I remember that yes. Yeah I'm sure everybody. A lot of people can relate so what John when I saw that my friend John. Sergio Guitar Live Two doors away from me. I didn't know there was a guitar that close and he started playing it. It and I was stunned because he could actually go like you know dude or You know play like Alan and I just thought I said to him. You must be the best guitar a player in our whole town and he said well. If you think I'm good you should see my teacher Joe Sentry any and I secretly got his number I worked up enough courage to call Joe and he was Joe's by four years older than me and he was always great and lived in my town and I started taking lessons from for about three three or so years. That was it. You know I mean my guitar lesson. which was everything to me? What small world? Yeah I know how to get. And then the fact that we've had such nice careers together and we've traveled the world together at times and we've we both had such wonderful success. You know. That's really fantastic. Gus Go so far back. That's so cool. Yeah Yeah you attended Berkeley College of Music in Boston and one day. I guess you decided you. Were going to transcribe one of Frank. ZAPPA songs the black page for note. And you send it to him. Tell us about Frank's response and what it was like to hear back from him and what happened after that originally originally through those years that I was lusting over the guitar but not playing it my other real interest. That actually happened before. The Guitar was composing. I just ah I remember when I was about four years old. I put my finger on a piano and I I just kind of at that moment. I understood I instinctually. Thank surely the whole composition process. You know and I know that that's what I really wanted to do. And when I was in high school I had this incredible music. Teacher Bill West cotton. He taught me everything about composing and about Music Theory and furthering my studies at Berkeley. But I very rarely heard anybody mixing compositional style music with crazy guitar playing rock and and when I heard Franks music I mean it was just perfect for me at the time. He had this great balance of comedy and Crazy Solos and composition. So I just thought this this is it and he had just a great sense of humor and everything everything so I just became a namrd with Franken is music and then one day I was sitting in my little teenage bedroom. Practicing a friend came in and the AD rolodex hit stolen in this Rolodex from a studio in New York City and it had all these rockstars personal information and he goes. Oh and I have frank ZAPPA's phone number and I was like what you know and and I actually started the trying to call frank. I think the first time I was about sixteen and his wife answered and she was very nice. I was really surprised. And she said he's not home. He's on tour. You can call back in six months so I called back in six months and he was still on so I called once every six months until finally. I was at Berkeley when my friend's apartment because I didn't have a phone and I called his number and he picked up the phone and we started chatting and luckily I caught him in a good mood. He was looking for some Edgar very scores and I knew where they could located at the Boston Public Library. And I xeroxed them and thought that was my end. You know to try to send them something and yeah accepted yeah. He accepted a Cassette of my band and done a transcription of one of his songs called the black page. Which is this incredibly complex challenging piece of music.

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"david lee roth" Discussed on PodKats! Las Vegas Entertainment

PodKats! Las Vegas Entertainment

09:25 min | 1 year ago

"david lee roth" Discussed on PodKats! Las Vegas Entertainment

"His personality 'cause he is character and from what I can tell half of his show is Kim telling stories. He's what a better place to hear it then in one of those rooms. I've played every room on earth Johnny Cash Song. I've been everywhere man eh about two hundred Opel Lusa to- SCO LUSA OPA Locka. There were four cities. I haven't actually been in the two of us. Two of them changed their name that because I had been there but maybe yeah garth has had a great run. You're right. He had a great run over on court theater in Las August and he's doing the exact thing you just described so he was one of the he was one of the earliest resident headliners who wasn't afraid to go out there with just an acoustic guitar orange. Tell a story and and be funny. You know it helped that he's got world class talent but what are your colleagues think about this run. Dave and even if it's the other Guy Jane Hannity Chiming in and give suggestions or weighing in yeah. I just called to find out who the guitar tech I need to talk talked to is in some of the gear I need. Everybody's fully aware you know it's we live in small circles here. We have the same manager everything and and The van Halen songs stuff you sing along with I wrote I'm part owner the it's in the DNA and you know whatever happens within Yellen. It's not for me to guess but touring or recording. I don't know south and I wouldn't hold my breath. I take it very seriously out there in the music department. This is nat tribute band backup band. This has taken me about four years to really bring it around. She's just the prep for this. Most acts take six take weeks to bring the full production together and we'll have been eight months in preparation for the music in the same spirit that the original van Halen was built the average age in this Van Ness twenty five years old and they're ready to plug in. I've seen day performed performed live a handful of times over the past four decades dating all the way back to when I saw Van Halen in Nineteen eighty-two somehow he seems to have the same zeal and the same energy. He's he's always had on stage. I asked him if it feels any different for him to perform now compared to when he was just starting out I can give you a poetic answer other many reasons instead. I still think the mid level fury effect even possible. That'd be a good backing band. Exactly I just thought mid left whole theory mid-level David Lee Boston mid level. It's very it's funny because I don't know if that's furious furious. I'd love to sort of sedate. Erie my day. I'm somewhere between pissed off in not too pissed off. What about you George Arlen routine essence of chalance out there actually I I can maintain calibrated furious. It's genuine fury with a with a prescribed medication. Sh- cultivated in that fury. I WanNa ask you something by the way I know. I never answered the question. I'll go ahead. Sorry I got lost in the rift. Okay Ed goodwood poetry poetically there. I knew David Bowie. I'm going to drop in shared strong drank on more than several occasions and early nineties ninety one. Maybe ninety three some of their. I was in a studio in New York phone. Call come through Dave South Boase on phone talk. Hey Dave how are you could. you want me to do it with the accident other on stage that works. It's a serious story says I'm kind of inequality in series. She sees I'm GonNa. Tell it yourself and tell me what you think but you and I took it sure is I said yeah talk to me. He said I bought furniture and his life and music was never the same from that point. He bought furniture just bought furniture first time in his life. He purchased furniture in nine high early nineties. I wow I and it changed his life. It was significant. I think you ask me why that was such a quandary for him. Because he was very serious. He was concerned. You were cutting the anchor chain okay. I have yet to buy furniture now. I think two ways on this is it because you have somebody else out there. Handling furniture duties and you don't have to drag your tour to steer it towards funny. I'm not saying no no no. I'm I'm I'm struggling struggling to our struggle. That's right. I'm serious fern airy serious. It's symbolic. He had never put down an anchor. Not romantically typically not spiritually not moral air musically anywhere very few people can live like that. There are only three kinds of people those who stay home those who leave home and those who go to seat and David had put out to sea is a very bad when he finally came to shorten Eric shedding shedding got married everything he knew ended. I know I never bought furniture and you still haven't bought furniture. That's correct and that's what you see on stage. I'm not looking for a place to park. I'm driving around right interesting interesting and you had a one of the things that I come across that. I'd almost forgotten about was you had a run here years ago in a famous theater at the at bally's in in the mid nineties. What do you remember about that run. That was at the ninety that was that was right at the me. Jesus that was right at the juncture when family was turning into our qualified qualified as MTV last Vegas was nowhere near as colorful and modern sexy young it was family oriented and you know a a circus kind of an approach not adult at all and I think I was ahead of myself a little bit of time in fact I got fired for making the joke the girls dancing. I had a couple of Mambo girls that was very well into Hispanic influence there again. Perhaps had or my time in a couple of the Mamba Girls retention. I should look at them. Ladies and gentlemen so hot Michael Jackson with quit the boy scouts they literally fired me for that one I I was out in the front with a guitar case in one hand and a shopping cart with costumes and a top at the other end of the run that ended the GIG literally holy get memos about the F bomb or the F. Word on stage material that today get you hired for Saturday night live in terms terms of content. It was she's it's. It's smart. smut right what I deal with is sometimes blue but it's March bloop sexy smart scary smart. That's what and it's always the sharing experience half of Van Halen have a Mike Classic audiences. The answer's always been female very unusual most heavy rock hard rock treatments. You can sing along. Its that's my integrated busing background background. Was I went to school. There were ninety five percent black Spanish speaking and me and Cindy Yamashita who was good at math every class lasts had at least one Japanese. I should have married Cindy Hamas Shida or whoever and that added decided influence on my record collection so so every van Halen journey has four and five part harmony that his temptations for a topic you know where to look you know half of what I'm doing on stage which is the front man for led Zeppelin in the other half is James Brown nineteen sixty seven on the Ed Sullivan show yeah but that's so true David on the other side of this was ac- It was it was hard rock but sing-along stuff too that you could you could dance to it was van. Halen was really unique in that from my perspective in their time at at the beginning. It was very because of those very reasons. It was a unique experience to van Halen Fan. It was a single neighbor different neighborhoods place different values Donovan components of music. Some people need it for dancing. Some people see it as prayer. He who sings prays twice matches hurt that when I'm not sure what it means but it sounds steep. Let's continue you know and I just happened.

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"david lee roth" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"david lee roth" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"This great questions ideas ideas. Thank you more well done then for more information about david lee roth you can go to his website at david lee last dot com or you can see this new skin care line at at the original time. This is the fifteen year i've been doing design matters and i'd like to thank you for listening and remember we can talk about making a difference. We can make a difference or we can do. Both i'm debbie. Nomin and i look forward to talking with you again. Go get a beer. Is what's the difference the weekend thing i for more information about design matters or to subscribe your your newsletter go to debbie millman dot com. If you love this podcast please consider contributing to our drip. Kickstarter community members get early access to the podcast cast transcripts of every interview invitations to live interviews q._n._a. Sessions with guest and a brand new annual magazine. You can learn more about this at d. He dot rip slash debbie slash millman. That's d. dot rip slash debbie dash millman. If you subscribe to this podcast through apple podcasts casts please read a review or just linked to the podcast on social media design matters is produced by curtis fox productions. The show is published exclusively bydesign observer dot com and recorded at the school of visual arts masters branding program in new york city the editor in chief of design matters media is zachary pettit and the art director. Is emily wiley..

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"david lee roth" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"david lee roth" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"Know this is we are anti heroes were against supposedly that codified satisfied the format the expected the overly conservative. You follow yeah but that's not really rock and roll anymore or yes. It is very much well. I i mean yes no. It's still rock and roll. There just aren't that many people doing it. In that way i can roll is transporter fight and now they're wearing businessman haircut exactly anti antigun lobby okay. It's the same anti gun. Lobby is the same as we're not gonna take it because <hes> civil rights or we want the vote. Also we're always confronted been really aware of this since living in japan with with our our hurt we and i'll say to myself. Am i going to be an original or an arc type. And what is your answer both out of the difference well. I think the original is a combination of many different types if you if you really follow note for note okay. I'm going to be an art type this haircut that kind of cigarettes it. Let's let's build one french art type late seventies. The american american uniform was a bomber jacket. Levi's straight lagging okay cowboy boots. You follow our three day face ch- marlboro cigarettes. It's archetype all right. I'll take the cigarette and the boots but over here. I dig those viet cong pajama pants. We'll take a pair of those and i like over here. You know what <music> i'm just gonna wear that trenchcoat. It's comes from different places original. You're going to borrow an access. You're going to extrapolate and you're going to extract and you're going to use it. It's gonna you're gonna make it your own and you do david lee. I have one last question for you. You said that you simply have to be creative. All the time you have to create new things and you never or have writer's block when advice. Would you have for somebody that does have writer's block. What would you tell them banking. Don't sit in the middle of the room waiting layton for jesus to talk to you. He's busy you bank your ideas long before you sit down in front of a microphone or before you sit down at the empty page with a pen in hand do both before you approached the canvas as you go through your day anything that inspires inspires you in for me. It is language. That's big pivot to me so the taxi driver may have an expression taxi driver turns. I said how's it going. He does <hes> there are some days. Wow what a title add to dodge to it. There are some days that's song title the title of history and don't be foolish enough like i do think you're going to remember it bank. It put it on the page if down that's a simple expression of your banking in your thoughts your ideas in no It put it on the page if down that's a simple expression of your banking in your thoughts your ideas in no no useless days no wasted days. Wasting time is important to me. There's time that you just one is means a lot to me but even that is kind of slotted in that it's not infinite <hes> and it's not that i feel that i have to be productive and i realize now that i am surrounded by input stimuli and banking it. You seem to squeeze every single moment out of life. I've seen folks who've wasted a lot of time and i've heard the expression you know <hes>. Wasting talent is a sin then if you have a talent for something been usually means other folks can go along on the trip with you right so i'll take it out of the super personal first person and in terms of wasting time if you have the talent for example to put put together an idea and then guess what we're now. We're gonna take our idea. We're going to go to europe with it and you any time you want. You don't wanna go well. What about everybody else who threw in with it. Not everybody is going to be a group leader in life. Somebody like yourself your team leader. It is incumbent upon you for everybody else who throws in with you to do field trips to illuminate danner day. If you can't find it within yourself you do it for them. You follow my reasoning. Yes david lee roth. Thank you for being such an incredible force in the world and thank you for joining me today.

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"david lee roth" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"david lee roth" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"With control but then the crucible of human emotion doesn't happen until thirteen thousand feet. That's when everything disintegrates and ever ever you can't sleep more than two hours and all of the fears and the paranoia and the demons kick in and everybody starts arguing with each other and going. You know what i've always hated the way you chew food really hard at those kinds of altitudes. What made you decide to start in the original inc. The original is a product of my complaining whining almost killing myself and almost killing the team dozens of times out climbing kayaking surfing camping camping more camping walking bicycle. I use my bicycle every day to go to the seven seven eleven instead of the car right. I'm an expert at what not to do that. I've done everything wrong. I have nine really really good scars all over me. I got seven surgeries. I'm i'm biannic. Dude the watkins team. Dr duffy and these guys forget it. They save me. You know everything he seen that <hes> free solo the movie. I've almost killed myself. Almost the couple of alex's climbs almost killed the team that might make no bones is incredible. It's not about free reselling. It's about persistence. It's an incredible movie yeah. If i'm an expert at anything in outdoor craft field craft and so forth that's where it comes in and over the years <hes> swearing up and down okay. I'm going to create this this this that and hear all the basic concepts well. I started with when i went showed mom tattoo. She says what do you do when you go to the beach. Okay special requirements here and beyond okay. It's gotta be sent free transparent reapply. Wait a minute. Wait a second. What about if i go climbing in this shit lasting i wanna do is get this on my hands again. You want to go into the saul order. Let's not kill the reef. I did not realize in my insular world that there was a huge huge market for this. I started creating stuff. That was for folks folks who really do live in unforgiving environments. I call it backpack friendly right. It's gotta be identifiable in a foreign language. I can identify things in foreign languages but in case. I have to tell the cook memorize this one. You see my ink logo. Can you handle it with gloves chetrit. Does all of our stuff is tactical impractical. What made you decide to start the company. What made you decide to take your your life. In this direction. I've never been in business outside of art centric song and dance. I saw it as an opportunity here here. We are expanding in to quote an unknown territory where i can use virtually all of my skills and talents starting with connecting people with great big ideas and then motivating them all getting them well. Grandma used to call getting them all north getting everybody going north worth think like a scoutmaster and sometimes i'm in front going. Follow me half of being good scout masters looking over your shoulder fifty eighty percent of the time going up and then handing over the responsibility to somebody else in going all right. I'm going to go back. Make sure we didn't lose anybody and i get to do all that in many many different departments and divisions of what we do here that are far far more expensive than simply making records or perhaps even touring although it is supremely inclusive of everything in those departments that i've learnt you. Have i believe over sixty products. And what kind of products are you making. Can you talk about what they are and what they're used for and why yeah it's for unforgiving giving environments having lived out of a suitcase or backpack on a tour bus or on a boat or on an airplane. It's not just amphibious assault assault. We're military friendly but it means family. Events spring break fix no goddamn tire right outside of vegas again. I told you about that tire so it's skin care products that protect skin that is both tattooed or not tattooed well if i can protect your rembrandt. That's an investment of emotion. It's an investment of money. It's a responsibility way more than i'm going to the beach for three days. What do you got. What made you believe that. This was a viable market tattoos.

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"david lee roth" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"david lee roth" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"My voice is my sword. I'll get the job done long. Before anybody draws a pistol sarge at the height of van halen's fame you said that when the people scream so hysterically leave for such a sustained period of time there screaming for themselves not for you or for eddie but because they see themselves reflected in in the band you feel your own strength your own power. You feel like you could march on trouble. How does that happen. What happens almost almost religiously get before me. Devil all right bye sale like that you go. That's a preacher's me and that's gospel four square baptist. Yeah is exact same same mechanism. I start off looking at the preacher and then your eyes roll back in your head. You start reaching up and it's about you at that point. You feel strength. You feel <hes> the confidence and for those who don't know how to say a prayer. I'll say you dance. Let's do it you released van halen van halen to women and children first fair warning diver down and then came nineteen eighty-four jump was actually the first i video i ever saw the band and i was mesmerized in kind of overwhelmed by the sexuality and power of the band <hes> and why did you leave the band. All rock bands are always on the verge of breaking up at any given time okay. There's a lot of fury lot of competing egos. There's always going to be something that is determining misdirecting factor..

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"david lee roth" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"david lee roth" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"A._d._p.'s move. Oh you just lost eighty pieces off the board can can you tolerate swings like that and your adrenaline and all that serotonin and all those great chemicals are going to kick in like when you drop the plunger on a nitrous canister in one of those cars fast and furious number six's best talk now get to thinking about what you gotta fix have have it in your back pocket because if you try to go okay i'm going to channel now none now your sales are up late. You're gonna ruin your boat. You fucked up. Try to next time go. We'll get drunk. Go to sleep smokes pot slot if you have it ready okay shit. I gotta think lyrics for this first verse chorus rush or i got unwind some family disaster again okay. I know i got to think of that. As soon as you piss me off for any reason all right i'll literally pull my jacket over my head on the boss the plane car and get to thinking on that and that's when their adrenaline goes to work for you. It's like like napalm very effective. Just very careful where you place it and have it ready. There's advice. You had a better question my answer. I've been very visually visiting your. When have you felt sorry for yourself. Well currently that my my running comedy. Line is fear and revenge or my main pivot. I don't know if that's an answer to the question fearing revenge revenge on my wristwatch because ten years too fast okay. I wasted a lot fucking time. Wait around for the guitar player right so i'm not gonna change him and i share ain't change history in the rear review mary even if i turn it so let's turn their every amir good. We look while we're getting somewhere. Tell the wristwatch fuck you and get ahead of it like grandma says okay. Maybe that's as close as i get to feeling sorry for me right. Go beyond that <hes>. I'm kinda kinda over crybaby alcoholic millionaires bouncing on the end of the mattress taking folks like your time going well. You know i feel sorry for a lot of my fellow man. When i reflected god is just <hes> you watch the news and you didn't you didn't fall into a lot of the traps that a lot of rock and rollers did you've never been in rehab. You have been divorced fourteen times well. If you read going to generalize wildly here okay <hes> if you read right then you'll experienced the lessons of others in your generation. The miles davis <hes> biography. She is amazing and there's a whole lot of traps. Here's what happens when you do this this and that and here's who's liable the lineup and hate on you but did you read the miles biography back then i started reading everything i could possibly shoplift in fourth special special raincoat four sizes too big get caught. Oh you must have when you got to go down to. The police caught more than a few times. If you had even avait really interesting cover of paperback or a magazine you went down to sleep..

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"david lee roth" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"david lee roth" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"You're clearly a really sensitive heavy heavy feeling person when you were first touring and making the whole van halen thing he came off as such a tough guy is such a a a dude a man about town of playboy how much of that was real and how much of that that was something that you were west story that you were creating. It's a plan on. Where are you going to go in life. You're gonna climb the treasure mountain right and it was a different day and age a different time and a place our values and who we were what we look like how we demonstrated rated. We're tough guys or smart guys or whatever i think that what i did was saturate living and what people focused on mostly the travel i- saturated with visiting other countries in actually doing things the era as a means of if i go rock climbing in paris okay i'm going to run into the rock climbing community and i don't have to ask anything thing it'll take me as where's the apothecary my stomach's upset. What are we having for dinner. They'll be gone. This is kathy. Did you need anything. Usually we get upset stomach from zuluaga and afterwards divvied. We are eating dinner come. You don't decide anything. It'll all you become part of a community same thing kayaking kayaking here in manhattan a huge community of boaters and whatnot that happened here and working from the inside out is kind of been my ammo. Don't wanna visit. Just watch it through a window but we use doing that with van halen. I was doing through window. It felt like you were. I mean i've been spending the last week or so. Re re watching all the videos i grew up with and the sex appeal the bravado the stage in nineteen eighty-four. I was in college so i felt that you know i lived through that. When i was young i did you man does you in van halen alan you toured for years and years before you made it but when you made it you made it it was zero to sixty and all of a sudden you guys were global phenomenon. How did you manage that. Did you always just feel like it was inevitable that this was going to happen or was it a surprise. We were always confident that we were going to survive in make it in inch show business based on paradigms that was still a bit unusual in our culture <hes> at that time today which was as we were album band. We're not singles driven and even through the savage. It's a singles culture right. I recorded henson recording a big shout out to everybody at henson recording lavar area and sunset because today you're going to run into a mccartney a metallica mariah carey all in the same day day in that studio okay they did. We are the world in there and whatnot but it's the most famous because that's where the mom is in. The pop did all their single. All all of these are gonna get out cetera. That's the mamas in the pompous and <hes> what else they're famous for. All the carpenters singles also carpenter song. I can sing it like that. We only just begun to learn to learn but singles is what really was a you know the seventies version three minutes three and a half minute sauce. Ah the idea of an album band really started to kick in that you could make a living with data but again when i was discussing in the late seventies even the sex pistols installs <hes> she's whatever never mind the bollocks you anti christ is four minute song that was produced by the guy who did <hes> uh blue. I did know that should did you you had you had dark side of the moon all of the yes or out of double albums that they were doing layer and topographic oceans which were really high-concept and you have a great memory but for most of the world it was all about singles 'cause pop music. Rock music was relegated to one hour a week in holland up of up through the eighties..

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"david lee roth" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"david lee roth" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"Pop was a healer alert all the way up and he had blood cancer and was in the wheelchair and waited co-conspirator orally. It's about ten years to my sister's left. The room uses i. I need you to help me with something. Well we had a co-conspirator. To'real attitude goes back and when i was seven years old he we'd sneak off to see movies. Mom didn't want us to see like marilyn monroe and brigitte bardot conversation. Did you have with your dad in the house. He said i just signed up for doctors without frontiers. I'm going to get on the boat. I want to go to west african. Do i exam. I said okay has their work with wheelchair. Should i don't need to stand up. Do why exams i make them. Sit down. See where you get your industriousness. When did you first realize that you had a talent for singing well. We're making wild assumption. No david louis runner. That's an assumption where really title sorry i'm not. I'm not even an objective comment. No what is this sounds like water on a sick cat. No it doesn't these mutiny on the high seas. He should've been a sailor judge on cappella sery-. You have a voice voice. You've got the pipes all of the people all of the jobs. All of these experiences are in my voice. You're never completely there. You're always working progress either going up the mountain or down the mountain. The top is about as big as this little space here. It's usually fucking freezing up some high mountains. Okay everybody's waiting. Well you get the fucking camera camera ready and then i forgot the flag lock goes on up at those tiny little summits and it's down down. All your time is ascending funding and then going back down the mountain. You follow time tabs almost insignificant freezing. Hold up four hurry up ray the stuff that ship back down there. Get your glove back on as fast as you can't vacate so it's all in the planning. It's all in the doing. I never assumed that i was great but i have always assumed that i could make you feel great. I can argue feel young and skinny for eight hundred yards out two choruses. How gimme a few moves okay. We're gonna engage. We're going to talk because my instrument instrument is exactly what we're using right now. No i haven't started to work you. I'm legitimately answering questions. Reverse this very quickly young lady. I'm sure he can make you feel desirable in young and fuck it. We're gonna have a drink. <hes> one cigarette year is right now now time so. Why did you first realize you had a talent for singing. I never decided i had a talented. He's taking thinking is loved it. He just loved it. I loved it from the time. I was seven who k. and it was my first school play. I was in third grade and again scruff of the neck. It was okay which is going to help you learn <hes> the libretto this teachers different for the dancing. Now you gotta go go get measured for the costume. Now is dress rehearsal. It was codified in boston massachusetts <hes> brookline massachussetts. Do you remember what platelets <hes> <hes> well. It was about <hes>. I don't remember the title but there were different. <hes> facings of books wizard of oz allison wonderland cetera and i was mr mr bookworm. I still have the glasses mom made for me. Mortar board it cetera. Shall i sing it to yourself away like a little kid. Singing up dated a little them. My name is mr buch. Hope you lax to act you pay to get here and i would just go from book to book and open up and wizard of oz characters. Come out and whatnot <hes> beyond that i didn't learn to sing from happy happy and celebrate and whatnot <hes> i don't sing celebrate never did two minutes and i'll share with you where i really learned to sing and where the cook comes from 'cause. I rarely ever talk about it. Fella named salo blumenthal <hes> i was in fourth grade trade and.

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Van Halen, David Lee And Roth discussed on Barsky Radio

Barsky Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Van Halen, David Lee And Roth discussed on Barsky Radio

"People David Lee, Roth elites van Halen apparently felt that he had every right to walk into somebody's party and announce that he was there because I guess they were playing van Halen music. This is in Vegas right in the hotel. So I guess these guys in the hotel were playing van Halen. It was really loud. And then David Lee, Roth is that the Israeli cross the way the former lead singer. So he decides to walk in and announce. Hey. Here. I'm hearing, some van Halen, we'll guess who's ear listen to this van Halen sound right here. It's a happy neighbor. We heard some bad hail in here in my name's

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"david lee roth" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"david lee roth" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"I mean, I, I hear what you're saying, but they've done Jane, read his. Can rid of the football in getting hit is just as bad as getting hit with the football for quarterback. Right. That's that. Because at some point it's gonna start planning his mind. I got the ball. He's coming to get me the ball. He's coming to get me, and that's the pressure that you apply. But I'm just saying, watch that Miller or Whitworth. I know we like what we're watching a young guy though, for Jared Goff, who really is in his second full season in court count. He's he's got a pretty good feel for that pocket. He he's pretty good at when to step up when the slide for a young and I remember listen to Sean McVay say there's very early when he first got here talking about this before we'd seen anything good for Jared Goff was just where we had the seven, Jared Goff, Jeff Fisher games that were disaster. And I remember him saying, look, the one thing that he does is he feels it pretty good. He's got his eyes down the field. He's able to kind of feel it. He's not looking at it as much and now that he's got some weapons to go to, you can that pocket presence feels like somebody that's much more experience than just a year and change into his career. This is the. First time they'll face a defense that got to booking edge rushers in in Bradley Chubb environmental that you will not see in coverage where Anthony Barr was putting so much coverage in eighty even have Griffin on the other side. This is the first time just telling you watch it the brewers. They have one of the best bullpens in. Dodgers are gonna have one thing to stay away from it. We will get into it. Next van Halen in the morning, l z. This was a great video showed us how teacher this is Panama. With you wasn't a van Halen. Hailing guy had a t shirt, David Lee Roth, David Lee Roth. Find the semi Hager now I didn't like that. Better days you had you had a David Lee Roth t-shirt though. I had a van, hey, that's pretty cool. I'm walking around on campus with like I'm pointed the whole, don't even know just. Sammy, Hagar was to nine, right? That was to adult. I'd like to over sponsor, like jump around in Spanish. Sixty tomorrow. Whatever, whatever problems they had, he should've gotten over it and stayed. Let's put up a poll Travis. Yes. Put a tag me on it. Which van Halen, David Lee Roth one or two, Sammy Hagar, I'll put it up. They daily Ross. You think about that happy? I was great with the keyboard with the keyboard. Bisco. Gotta have an eighties video with keyboards though. Mean that's the basic anti to get into the music scene at that..

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