17 Burst results for "David Lindley"
"david lindley" Discussed on Pantheon
"Ended up turning my head. I was an usher at the Hollywood bowl. When the Beatles played really, you got to see the at the Hollywood bowl as an usher. I got paid money to. At the game when I finally met, McCarthy, are told him the story. He thought it was. But you know so that was that was a change in in. But I never really thought I was going to have a career in music. I was in college I was now. It's going to go to cal state. Northridge. Didn't go for music as high smart it in the music department and didn't want. Tom Scott was in the music department to us a whole bunch of guys there the thing that I found was they were leaning towards creating teachers. and. I, was interested in performance, so I went up to the administration building and took a series of aptitude tests, and they should look at your highest aptitude is in science and art. So I focused on. That left the music department, but I was in band since. And I was still in college when when I met Jane now. Not The first first gigs with I tour with him and walk out the door and never went back somewhere in virtual filing cabinet I got about two hundred fifty units sitting. Oh, just never got it. Well, you know. If you're bored during this pandemic, you could always go back and get that paper you know. Yeah so you end up on mudslide, slim and and the Blue Horizon I think that's the first big time. You did. That and and now you're on the road with the with James and you know and It seems like a seventy two is like when your career really begins to really cook yeah. Yeah it's a you Danny Russ and in Craig on keys, and then you guys are signed to asylum to record the first of these three instrumental album we were. We were unwarranted. Oh, you are okay. We did albums on Warner's and we left warners in our third album was on Capitol Oh. Okay, okay and then. Towards the end of the band's existence like David. Lindley had joined up with us. Yeah, got guys this. Monster here's a great concert foot. David playing with US and I would have loved. It could've taken off, but you know. Every band. I've been in just never. made it. I'm fine as a side man and doing all that stuff, but it would have been nice to then an abandoned. There's Times where I find myself not jealous, but maybe envious a little bit of guys like flea and and Bill Wyman. Where you're in a ban in all, you have to know if your bands material right right those twenty or thirty songs that you play every night..
"david lindley" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Now. That's a famous line from the song that lied. Neal was at grew up a huge fan of Elvis Presley and Elvis had died. Right and so- Elvis dies and Neil sees and feels what's happening while Neil is playing acoustic music here and kind of in that. Fm radio mode where he was kind of his hit songs. It trying to get out of that comes with time he sees the punk movement and he also sees everyone around him his management the promoters here in America East Bay pushing back against US going. No no no. That's it's violence. We don't want that here. They were here late seventy. That wasn't really happening. They want an America refers like bill. Graham and people were neal was booking his shows so neil has taken a vision at the time that even though Elvis dies. Here's an pump now is rock and roll and Hey hey my my rock and roll will never die. He sees the light in what he's been doing and going forward and he's calling out everyone around in that song about what's happening right now. I was rock and roll and right. Now it's tough and what just died was Elvis who was rock and roll so I didn't understand that until Kurt cobain died so flash for twenty five years twenty four years after this album. The reason that I find this album is one of the most important live albums is because of the way he opens. It opens it as a folk singer talking about rock and roll and who he is in closes it as a thrashing punk Runge Prodigy. Nater in the if you look at powder finger welfare mothers sedan delivery and Hey by the reason. Kurt cobain quotes that song. At the end it's better to burn out not fade away. Is Neal was called the godfather of grunge because of this album? This album sets off something in the future. That's eight ten years away where Neil's tapped into punk and as a matter of fact would even interesting out of this album is his relationship with deebo Johnson Richmond who essentially he breaks as co conspirators. In this movie he's making called Human Highway at the time that is happening as new wave is happening. Here's this old hippie woodstock basically putting together a what the fuck is this moment in? One thousand nine hundred seventy eight with a concept concert. It's really not a concept that by the way meals last concept album was tonight's the night you know when Danny whitten died and Bruce Berry they died his Rhody Ritual. Crazy horse guitarist died. He does. Tonight's the night that album from beginning to end isn't the masterpiece concept but people think rust never sleeps. If you've seen the film now we're talking about on the concert tour. Neil challenges everything that's going on in the world and calling out pop. Culture references the corporatization of concerts. He's been doing that ever since the whole this notes for you was big. Fuck you to corporate wasn't yes so that again I getting into his. The many protests beginning with for what it's worth Breslow Springfield to Ohio. To for this for you to rocket in the free world for Tenements Wear. This is why he is the greatest artists. By the way. You're you're you're just giving me more fuel. Stop Stop Right now. Let me focus on just this album or tried to keep this okay. So now flash forward to nineteen ninety three. I believe I'm trying to remember the exact date ninety four. I forget for. Forgive me from the dates for when Kurt cobain dies so in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. There's a giant earthquake that happens the San Francisco Bay area and the San Francisco's still more goes through the earthquake and get shut down from nine thousand nine hundred eighty nine through one thousand nine hundred because of the earthquake. They'll Bill Graham decides to rebuild. It called US money back into it. I get hired with Chievo people in early one thousand nine hundred ninety three and I've worked very ear re hanging all the original posters from the sixties that were in the tall hundreds of them. I spent a year almost in that venue before it open now while we were in there doing that there was rumors about who would the ban list that was going to reopen and months came up until the opening of the fillmore. Everyone heard who was working there at the time that it was going to be Nevada. We're like Oh my God we're going to see in Iran here open up until more and Kurt kills like in between when we find that out in the open instead we get the smashing pumpkins with David. Lindley opening right so we get the smashing. Pumpkins who in nineteen ninety-three were at their peak right. People still loved it in a in a roomful of eight hundred this film as tiny rooms neither people cobain kills himself and we hear about bilateral we hear about that he left the quotes from. Neil now I as time in one thousand nine hundred ninety three had become big neil fan after moving to the bay area. He had a ranch out here about thirty minutes away and he would do a lot of secretive warm up shows here at people. I knew worked for him. If new the ranch and all that stuff so I went to a lot of shows. He started this concert. That's incredible called the bridge benefit. School concert right so the school was a school. His wife started for their sudden bed. Who had severe epilepsy and was in a wheelchair? And they use these digital ways they could communicate and it was amazing right. They created a whole specialized school and deals concerts helped funded so he was doing that. When I moved here and I went to see those I was like. Wow this is just amazing. I think the first couple of years Simon and Garfunkel Bob Dylan Bruce Springsteen. They're all cousteau like locally so. I became a big fan so a lot of shows and then when Kurt died. I didn't know that much about this album. I had listened to it. I wrote up liking deal in the seventies. I heard old man harder bold then I knew about trans and how he fucked. David Geffen over and I knew like you knew this notes about you. And then in one thousand nine hundred. I saw him live wearing the communist hat doing rocking in the free world. He said this is for the protesters timid square steady from the tanks. And that was the moment for me. In one thousand nine hundred I was very susceptible to going to protests and as a youngster being involved in political movements and so I- latched onto. Neil as somebody who has authenticity and the lines in his face. Showing the words he spoke he had lived and the understanding. I gained commence respect for thing just fell by the wayside. I can start comparing everybody have. I liked that's all just corporate bullshit or somebody wrote that for that person or so. I had this respect firm and then I i. it's the bigger and bigger but then stopped and look back at this album an context historically if we can look back at this. Now which I'm doing with you is yes. He's the Godfather Grudge yes. He is the conduit to Pumpkin new wave in many ways. Yes has a protest song in every decade that resonates with every generation and so. This album was before there was unplugged in the nineties. Only Bob Dylan had von Acoustic and electric. This album has a coup stick and electric. It's showing you ills. Putting aside. Gooby was as that hippie acoustic guy for a year and decade now. I'm moving on from this moment of this album. And what happens afterwards? He goes into trans. The electronic stuff does shopping paints. He does the blue notes it just keeps reinventing and this is one of these moments that separates after ten years the rest of his career. This is the part where Neil decided. This is what crazy horse is going to be four because you mentioned before tonight's the night days crazy horse there and on Zuma this crazy horse and everybody knows this is nowhere. But from this point on this crazy horse sanded. This is the Santer crazy horse on reactor. This is Santa Cruz. Wholesome sleek today angels. It's the sand especially on ragged glory. And the new song that he's just put out. Shut it down. That crazy horse was fainted with that. Rust never sleeps live rest period in my mind. Anyway because the SAM before that will never refine not that sorta band but they had A. I don't WanNA use the word nuance because that sounds like a put down of what became. It's not meant to be but they didn't send heavy grunting punky sort of Bangor off. Yeah Roz right. Yeah exactly yeah. That's you know the Weld and arc in just mentioned all those things that twenty years later became a still a cord. Neal could go back to. The Neal often play. Who sticking do treat them you could.
"david lindley" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Around the dates that were closed and pretty much stopped on the tracks on her came upon but a beach fire rescue says investigators are still trying to figure out why the vehicles there whether they froze whether they couldn't go any further or whether they did it on purpose just to sing to say right now the fiery scene at Atlantic Boulevard and north Dixie highway shots fired near a DV Wendy's hectic scene this morning after reports of several people shot dead near the DD fast food restaurant the police shut down Griffin road at four forty one as they investigated a crash between two cars and the reported shooting turns out a suspect in fact opened fire on a D. V. officer and took off that suspect was leader caught no injuries are reported police have not released any further information Natalie Rodriguez newsradio six ten WIOD all public supermarket chain being sued by the family of a thirteen year old boy who was stabbed to death during a sleepover Palm Beach county attorney Brian the Bobic says the store illegally sold a kitchen knife to Cory Johnson when they took this night and they sold it to a seventeen year old all the damages that stem from that sale are now the responsibility of public Johnson is charged as an adult with first degree murder in the death of Giovanni Sierra and attempted murder for stabbing a boarding a woman and her son were hosting the sleepover police say confessed saying he was defending his Muslim faith the royal family in the headlines once again this time it's because Queen Elizabeth the second staff you the Earl of Snowdon is divorcing his wife David Armstrong Jones professionally known as David Lindley and his wife Serena have been married for twenty six years Armstrong Jones founded Lindley high and a furniture store this is the latest divorced hit the royal family is Peter Phillips the queen's eldest grandson plants to separate from his wife autumn markets are trading mixed now Dow Jones industrial average down one hundred fifty points the twenty nine thousand to forty seven the S. and P. is down eight points but the nasdaq is up eight points for more news list of the daily dive big.
"david lindley" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"St new well let's check in with Natalie Rodriguez get our top twenty stories good morning Brian royal scandal the royal family in the headlines yet again this time it's because Queen Elizabeth the second nephew the Earl of Snowdon is divorcing his wife David Armstrong Jones professionally known as David Lindley and his wife Serena have been married for twenty six years he's the one who founded Linley the high end furniture store in this course being the latest divorced at the royal family as Peter Phillips the queen's oldest grandson plants to separate from his wife autumn I prefer the adjective are all I yeah I did was I called you a cheap pick up on that one too what it at night now okay as a young nurse as good as I say yeah son that's a good sign yeah gene Chandler's my my do all right now and take a look at the education I am so thankful so thankful to be in Florida we continue to move in the right direction of course we're scrapping common core we're in the process of implementing the best curriculum and this is going to be a multi year process one thing that most certainly is not part of the best curriculum feel good grades we have real numerical grade general standards to account for those that are going into place in Florida but in many parts of the country feel good grades are in vogue in our educational expert David Dillard from Katie college prep is a joining us now David hello when you take a look at people are it would teachers aids cases that was me trying to make students feel good do you have any examples where that's really worked out nope what what what what what works out is is for you to be clear on expectations and clear on where somebody is performing and dance around them was support to help them persevere and and be successful and by clouding the the the actual reality you just impede their progress and that that's that's the problem with this approach I understand the the reasons I mean they go school districts get a lot of pressure because parents feel their kids over booked in the over competing in and there are high rates of depression and anxiety and in in reality that's why the minute this is that's the world as we as we now encounter it and so the the question is are we are we going to veil it are we going to help him deal with it that's that's the real issue so David will only take a look and very real curriculum terms wind we're talking about feel good as some a real world example in Florida it will be explicitly stated with their new curriculum and that there will be an emphasis on the correct answers for math not the process in other words the answer is really the only thing that matters in math yeah there shouldn't be feel good credit that is but one small example of how feel good ism has impacted grades in schools all across this country II is that an example of a progress in your mind well you you have to understand how to get to the right answer just giving me credit for right answer is not always the expectation that may even encourage things like cheating is it doesn't matter how I got the right answer as long as I can produce it you've got it you've got to be able to show people how to how to how to solve it themselves and so in and that's that's that's one of the problems with the feel good reports the the the the phrasing of of their status in such a way that you really can't tell whether you got it right or not David is there any state in particular that you point to and really think that they have it together in terms of their education establishment it in pocket it's not yet I don't think you can put a broad stroke across it individual state and say you've got it there there are there are individual schools or individual districts there frankly there are individual teachers within schools that don't have it together they do get it and and and are holding their kids accountable land and trying to be clear of where they stand but the the the real issue is take way for parents is the ultimate greater the ultimate measurement stick for it for any student really should be at home with what their expectations are so you may I mean they're they're doing this to make students that may not be equipped may have come from disadvantaged backgrounds maybe frankly may not have the intellect to not feel bad about themselves but in reality if if if I have a child who has a unit level potential when it's coming home with sees even though the teacher is saying this is this is okay if it's not okay with with with what that students opportunity and expectations for the future really should lie in so Oakley and listen my world my my parents decided where the measuring stick was it wasn't the school yeah no no question in the real world you get your **** kicked if you aren't successful you you don't get smiley faces are you know for for not getting the work done correctly and so that all these feel good things have been set up by many people that don't operate in reality and that has in part been the education establishment from on high as they've continued to be concerned often times more with their teachers and their performance than the students in many respects that's for another day David Dillard Katie college prep you may follow at Katie college prep on Twitter and I am very bullish on our best curriculum what we're working on for the state of Florida in fact I've got more stories gonna bring you tomorrow as I continue to dig into what is going on it is very constructive in that example I gave I mean it's one the things that drove me crazy in twenty five years ago I saw this happening on ever forget and geometry getting a fifty on a math test that I had every correct answer to why because I didn't put it and put out the might be the way I got there the way the teacher wanted to and I remember fighting like hell over them now my parents to paying eighty just absurd the only thing that matters in the app is the right answer or else is bull crap same as in real life be right back many police chief George cleaner and write much of newsradio six send WYO Dick you crack your phone oh.
Queen Elizabeth II's nephew and wife agree to divorce
"The royal family in the headlines yet again this time it's because Queen Elizabeth the second nephew the Earl of Snowdon is divorcing his wife David Armstrong Jones professionally known as David Lindley and his wife Serena have been married for twenty six years he's the one who founded Linley the high end furniture store in this course being the latest divorced at the royal family as Peter Phillips the queen's oldest grandson plants to separate from his wife
"david lindley" Discussed on KOMO
"On their way that I can beat him on the debate stage meanwhile early voters in Nevada finding you online people here waiting three hours to vote my god this is this is and they are not alone more than twenty six thousand people have already Alex and I have spoken with party officials who tell me they're doing everything they can to avoid a repeat of Iowa holding multiple training sessions and dates for volunteers and even with those long lines for early caucusing they say there have been no major issues A. B. C.'s eva pilgrim reporting it's a busy week ahead for the president on the campaign trail ABC's Karen Travers has more from the White House president trump heads out west this week for a series of campaign fund raisers rallies and official government events the president starts his swing today in California with fundraisers in Beverly hills in a meeting with the organizers of the twenty twenty eight Olympics which take place in Los Angeles Mr trump holds three campaign rallies this week one in Arizona one in Colorado and one in Nevada the day before the democratic caucuses there Karen Travers ABC news the White House more than two thousand former federal prosecutors and the DA and justice department officials are now calling for Attorney General bill Barr to resign over his handling of the Roger stone case bar came under fire last week after he and other top justice department officials intervened to ask for a lighter sentence for stone stone is a long time associate of president trump he was convicted of seven felonies the coronavirus death toll continues to rise and the director of a hospital in Wuhan China is its latest victim leaves you Megan died this morning at the age of fifty one the doctor was praised by the Wuhan municipal health commission for his efforts in fighting that virus to comedians are going to headline the White House correspondents dinner Saturday night live's Keenan Thompson will host the event April twenty fifth at Netflix's Hassan massage will return to the event and be the featured entertainer deliberations start today and Harvey Weinstein sex crimes trial after weeks of witness testimony and arguments the twelve member team has the task of trying to decide whether the movie producers innocent or guilty it has been a rough year for Britain's royal family and they're in the headlines again this morning after the announcement of another divorce queen Elizabeth's nephew the earliest no Dan is divorcing his wife David Armstrong Jones is professionally known as David Lindley he and his wife Serena have been married for twenty six years come on it's time.
"david lindley" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"I listened to the Black Guy who tips podcast because Rawdon Karen Hogs it was in nineteen fifty four that the supreme court ruled on Brown Bursa Board of Education of Topeka declaring segregated schools inherently unequal and therefore unconstitutional in subsequent ruling in one thousand nine hundred eighty five. The court ordered school boards to eliminate segregation with all deliberate speed. Much of the south translated the phrase loosely to me whenever they got around to it which may timeframe closer to a decade then as the master one county in Virginia Prince Edward County. Close this entire school system for five years years from nineteen fifty nine to nineteen sixty four rather than integrate the state funneled money to private academies for white students but black students were left on their own they were they went to live with relatives. Elsewhere steadied in church. Basements or four went school. Altogether County supervisors relented only after losing their case in the US Supreme Court choose and finally to reopen the schools rather than face imprisonment. It would take more than fifteen years before most of the south conceded to the Brown ruling and then only under additional court orders. This was passionately opposed wrote chickasaw historical county not only by most of the whites but by some of the blacks taxes. Well that sentiment if true would have been explained away by blacks who left as indication that the black state may have been more conciliatory the many of the people in who left in the great moment with great migration. Hey welcome to the blackout test. PODCASTS your host Rod and here we are alive on. Aw Radios podcast in his early morning. Thank you everybody tuned in live. Course you can watch the show live on crowd. CAST I go. It's a crowd casts or just search crowd cast The Black Guy who tips and follow us on Crown Castle that you get like updates when we go live you'll get an email writing Ambani's take about to go live and normally when you get that email that means you actually have about fifteen to thirty minutes to come in because not only play music before we Li- jam out in the chat around people talking online party and now you know depending on what's happening sometimes we'll interact and have stuffing us and chat room live. We be part in Germany. y'All be towed. And so that you don't actually get to hear or see on the podcast so yeah in exodus. It was from Of course Isabel Wilkinson's The warmth of other signs and yet that that was about the infamous infamous Prince Edward County. There's a book written about is. Well Woodrow so races. They stopped educating everyone just so they wouldn't have to send their white kids at school with black people and I think also because of how we're tied in school we're always taught. Oh Yeah plus versus Ferguson Brown versus the Board of Education. You know the court ruled on this and then it was. It was done and it's like no and then to implement those changes this out took as long as possible so many of us growing up like it's amazing to think about but I believe this ruling passed in nineteen fifty four. It took them about fifteen years to fully comply with a court order under the threat of imprisonment right. So we're talking to one thousand nine hundred sixty nine nineteen seventy. I was born eight years at today right like like this ship seem so oh fucking distant solved and settled to people. That's why I you know one of the reasons that I could not impress upon people enough just to vote like if you're black and you hear the sound of my voice because I don't know that there's that many white people listening to this but I cannot impress upon you the importance of voting because even even these things were the combination of decades of fighting politically activists fighting like everyone all hands on deck and now housing like people really feel like these are unalienable rights. And they're not the voting rights act stripped of all power gerrymandering dairyman during happening before our phase voter suppression happening before our phase And we just cannot believe like the people who were alive? WHO said I don't want my kid to go to school with a blackout? I'd rather them not even go to school. Those people are still alive they are. You're now all of those people are gone. They're children are definitely still alive. Making decisions right now. decided who to vote for things of this nature so you know you you cannot ease off of the gas when it comes to this shit you have to continually fight back and you can't just assume like it can't get worse than this or you know it's always I've been this bad or you know. Hey we already established and this is the right people trying to strip women's right to abortion. This is like nothing is settled. Nothing nothing is dead nothing is over all the stuff that you think is right in freedom that you grew up with or just show supposed to have can easily be taken away way your citizenship. Everything is up for grabs these the you are not fighting an adversary that never tires. That consistently is illogical because they hate the hate has eroded there so so much that they'll never fatigue okay so when you get comfortable when you feel like oh I can just let up when you feel that way. Think about the fact that Ed Brown versus the Board of Education passes in nineteen fifty. Four school goes on for five years where they're like we integrate and shit five more years no more school five more years okay. Well if you're GONNA send me in a prison well God damn it I guess go ahead and let the blacks go to school with the wipes Jesus Christ and you think it was even man you think they walked into school. Everyone was nice to you think you know they had the same like federal marshalls to get black kids into school troops. There'll be like a don't though Iraq this black kid walking into school. ooh It like and this was Virginia. You know at Florida's even worse some places they just say. I'm not complying with this shit. You know so I think I think stuff like this really highlights the resiliency of racism and prejudice and and bigotry. And that you can't just give up you can't just rest on your laws or they'll go. That's good enough other thing. I wanted to illustrate here to. This is why I don't knock black. People who feel believe education is like a something to aspire aspire to right because sometimes we get a little too negative online anyway about this idea that black people still feel like school is going to do something for them more. Your school is a prestigious place. That are smart Black Chow deserves the right to an earns a right to be there and that they should not feel like any any level of prestige or happiness about that and it's conflicting messages right because the same people who say like it's no big deal and kind of Shit on the institution and Kala respectability ability are the same people that you know. We laud some of our black scholars. People celebrate making the stallion not just for for being a great rapper and torque initiate degrees right so like we so we we do have a conflicting relationship with these institutions. Because we've been pushed out of them we've had to start our own institutions we've got anti blackness inter intra racial anti blackness and self hey Kind of pushed upon our own institutions and pushed upon each other. But I just think about how not long ago this was that your kid. Essentially they were doing black children to the anger and a stupid if they could like now the community has to take it upon them to educate the community that has also not have access to proper books. Looks proper teaching proper facilities like we are such a fucking miracle story in this country. We are the only that not down. We had the most in my opinion American story. You know when it comes to to the to the hardships of this world you know I think. Obviously native Americans Indigenous people are the like. This is their country wrong. You know their story of what white people have done to Emma's obviously to me the worst thing 'cause they genocide of those people but when it comes to the stories that America tells itself about America Immigration Hard work overcoming adversity. We would thank you. Tie Your Lazy. You'll pull later but we'll take your your poor million. I'm come on over here all the stuff we romanticize in our books these you know many of these white people that we call our founding fathers never really lived never really truly we never really truly attained status. Because you can't really say look how great I am looking at these ideas. I have also nigger. Go get me a sandwich. It's hard it's hard to have that for me as a black person adjusted Bozos and have any reverence for those people so we are that story of of pulling yourself up from the bottom as people crowd to press you down even to this day. So that's what this whole passage reminds me of and and also when I hear you saying hey I didn't know a lot of information and then they'll teaches at school. They don't teach US Brown. I'm sorry they did teach US Brown voter education. Any stop right. Oh and it was fun. And that's why your black ass here during black history month the only time we talk about this. Sorry go ahead. You're right and and and I know for me personally and for a lot of other people there and local news in grandparents and relatives was actually adults and teenagers doing this time. So they had to dea see you with particularly here in making a shallow member. I got cousins. Shit was like eight. All we had K. pocket knives to school initiate. 'cause then why people out of control when we walked up in there we had to fucking fist fight. You know almost every day because we didn't know what the fuck was going to happen because you we're teenagers you know being integrated and so all of a sudden we went from going to the place where everybody looked like us to go on to a a place where nobody looked like us and they. You know the thing. David Lindley took the black people shipped him all around the the county him Mecklenburg County in rarely made the white people bust the other way around. You know they started to as time went on but you know initially no why would why people where they was and we had to go to where they they were which means we will outnumber times outside of our neighborhood outside of our comfort zones. This shit like that so you have to think you have kids that going to a place where the teachers don't look like them. Cafeteria workers don't look like them so you donate the food and Shit like like it could be traumatic you know is guard art somebody. I'm talking to them. It has got somebody for life talking to them. And you're talking about a couple of means here one mm-hmm we're talking about our quote esters Mega. These people are alive alive and well and functioning it can tell you got damn story themselves. This isn't like you know I feel like we get so comfortable because we just assume she is like well. This is just the way it is now but like I remember one time. I went to a Inroads banquet and par in rose is a program for minority youth. Who are academically gifted and helps you get internships into corporate America? All that stuff. I was in for three or four years. So inroads we GAV like bank bank dressed up you go and people in Charlotte came out you know and a lot of these people. Movers and shakers corporate. America's stuff black people who want to give give back the black people that aren't the ones day everyone complains about when you get a job right. The right they like they hate. No you even worse I right but no the good the good blacks in officers. They want to help and so I remember sitting at the table with a couple of my intern. Mates and black. Black man came over to the table and sat with us and I mean he couldn't have been more than I don't know if he was older than us. But at the time I mean he may have been like say fifty and We highlight twenty eighteen. Nineteen and I remember. He told us about being the first one the first students to integrate like local school. I WANNA say it was guaranteed but it may have been another one eight talked about how you know yeah we. I was in that that that group of kids. We like we were integrated into schools. There's probably like thirteen of us. There wasn't a lot and you know he said and I was like in my head thinking might we shall overcome and muggy Iraq's me and dogs barking and Shit and he was like you know they have like the like police or whatever the federal troops they help us escorts and stuff he said but you know what we got in there. You said like they. I think they had like some type of assembly and you said they started singing like a spiritual clapping and stuff and he say you hear a pin drop emmy and my make make jokes about it because you know the way his he was such a good storyteller in a way he had like this dramatic flair..
"david lindley" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Do collaborate but there. But it's arranged you know by the publishers. A Lotta Times or if they they just call each other up I suppose I met these little kids at a grammar school in long ago and they didn't know I was. I mean I was just some somebody that we're being told was musician. He's come here to talk to persona and they said well. Great you make records who your features features that you know. And I realized realized. That's like a big a big aspect of music who people collaborate with and who can be heard on heard a great J. Cole Record I. I realized that I asked my son about. He said that's not he didn't do that. Headsets other ban than I realized he was feature on this particular recording and it was is better with him on it than the diversion with Adams had redone it with all that kind of at the same thing. I think it's the same thing but you're right in in those days. Nobody nobody paid each other to be on the records. I mean that'd be invited somebody to come sing with you wasn't like Nobody paid anybody and everybody wanted to play together and they liked. I gotTA say Like on that Second Record Elton. John Played on that record right and he couldn't. He couldn't play because his visa. He wasn't on or here on a visa visa so he couldn't say we couldn't say Elton John we had to make an Like a number two plume for him on Redneck. Franken says piano by rockaway. Johnny Arago Day. John I don't know. And that was a reference to Jill and when we're talking we're we're three blues you know we'll so I want to read you back. Something you said about the third which I think is kind of interesting quote the intimate confessional and introspective song. Really had its time the middle of the seventies the first half off but then you got a lot of really bad examples of it so it always interests me to hear from people who liked late for the sky because those songs at least six out of the. We're really the culmination nation of period. I just don't feel anymore why I mean. So what were you feeling ended. I can pull the year in a moment. I'll pull it up. I wrote down the quote because because I mean what were you feeling at the time because it is a pretty Heard is it'd be hard pressed to say what I would tell me when it was well. It's seventy four and it's it's it's just like each track from from the title track to for Dancer where we're talking about. I guess what happens when we die. I mean these are some pretty dark owner. The for the sky was but when when was that quote from when you were saying. I wasn't feeling that that way anymore. I mean I I think it was no doubt at this point. We come out of the probably early early eighty S. Yeah yeah so I guess you really know does seem like long periods of time now between the seventy s and the eighth but there was. It was a long time you basically by the eighties. I was interested in arranging and trying to write for a band so late for the sky. Those songs were pretty much written by myself in a you know and then I spent some time learning to play them with abandoned by say sometime I mean like a month It and I'm beginning Vance from the record company to pay them. I'm to rehearse the band not going to make a record and now nobody even hers. Who says you just go in there and you you collaborate you you you you make stuff up but In that happened right away too. So yeah by by a few years later hours in in A recording situation with a lot of musicians. I'd played with them my first album and second album and it was. I wanted it very much to be like a band and I was really surprised. That record was called I'm holding out. I guess and I was surprised like nobody really thought of as like they didn't treat like a band is like my next album. I really well I might as well have used used a lot of different musicians but I've done both ways like on late for the sky. I used the same five musicians and if I played piano the J. winning would play Oregon and if I played guitar that he would play piano. So you either have songs that had you know piano and guitar and then the other the other wonderful variable is David Lindley whether who would play violin lap steel guitar. You had a joking thing. I'd read where you called it. Something with like using David Lindley is because like employer because he let me brothers-in-law Brothers race. He could do so many different. Yeah Yeah we can nicotine in the lilly brothers because he could play different ways and so so I've done it that way but then also like following that on the album before and after that I had done it with calling every great musician I heard about everybody I heard about that was granted. Sometimes I heard about from other artists or other producers. You know they're like you know in some of these people only played with once I've just was way of like adding dimension and learning about those players will related thing in terms of just relationships leading other relationships. I I wondered if it might spring from springsteen who you've talked about in a lot of things as somebody who you hold in the highest regard. I know he inducted you. When you were going into? The I think it was the rock and Roll Hall of fame just on the pretender album number. Four that's produced by Jon Landau who was always closely associated with him. was that because you were striving to do something something similar to the way that he was doing it. No I admit Jon Landau before the pretender but after the for every man and I think or or maybe while I was still writing songs so for late for the sky and he was the first guy ever met would listen to me. Criticize my own records and would listen to before that people would say oh. Stop beating yourself up and I go wait. I'm not beating talking about. I'm trying to tell you what I want to be better and I didn't have anybody in my life that could do. There was nobody literally. Nobody get not Geffen not really like he was the first guy that took me seriously. And I met Bruce at that point but I wasn't trying to do what he did. You know like I was just trying to go on finding my way and John was around a lot. When we're producing warns Yvonne's I now? Yeah and I say around a lot. He he came in the studio a bunch of times and he. Would you know talk to me by my choice as producer. So it's like two producers talking about about any would say. Oh this is really good like well. So what else. What are you GONNA do? I said well I'm Kinda Don I don't have any more money. And he said well you should go back to the record company and get the money money. This is really good. I mean it's hard enough to get this much money. I didn't WANNA get the money to make this record. In the first place he accuse me of like trying to be here with my friend. David this guy is brilliant. You don't hear it what's really he said it's GonNa make me money and there's a what are you being like that all of a sudden was I ever GonNa make you money and you'd say well you are making money as well okay. So yeah he's GonNa make you money. I don't know what I'm talking about. I'm talking about songs and he would say okay. Make the record but you know you have a budget of seventy thousand thousand dollars and I was like okay. Great so seventy thousand dollars. We went through it and there was some more stuff that we wanted to do and do better. I member recording and within a couple of different drummers but anyway Landau said just go just go tell him you need more money. So they're kind of advice was I appreciate it and with the record. I made right after that. The pretender also gift from wasn't around much longer after that he went off and quit he went down for the movie business for a while and then became back informed record label but was that tough to have a I mean and people without at all harping on this. I just think it's it's important context as to remind people that you know the pretender I a lot of people. It's one of their favorites of your work. But it came out of a very painful period for you will. Yeah and I mean did that shape was it always going to be sort of a mournful album or was that changed by what happened while it was being made. That's a good question the songs I didn't really I didn't really started any new songs. I I re wrote a couple. I finished a couple after my wife staff and there was a period like we started started. That record I went back to back from producing ones. Yvonne's album to making the pretender and Really like finished his on Friday and starting on Monday that kind of thing and and And when my wife took her her life it was Stopped for quite a while like several months but it became apparent to me that I just really needed to go back to work and that was the only thing that was gonna make. Help me make sense out of my my life. My my new life my single-parent a single parent and so I spent some time you know and then took some time off and then went back to work and John was the producer served record from during that time and he was great to be He was really incredible friend and incredibly like I say hey. He was one of the first people I've ever met. I talk to a about a lot of things about that about that for sure and also about about you know how to get what you want in the studio how how to get people to play what you want and what I learned from him. Musically was pretty fundamental pretty. It was Kinda like he'd be certainly he'd be listening to to attract and he looked like a boxer. He looked like he'd start like he'd make these gestures she with his arms and his hands like this kind of which he wanted what he wanted to hear. And you could liken it to the kind of punch and the kind of power our that. And he'd say you might. You might talk to piano player and I go go. Go go got. I'd made three records by myself. You know being in charge charged so we were you know gingerly connell like you know but it was hard hard to have another person in a position of you know you know behind the wheel. So you'd say well let me go to be great. Oh yeah he come back and his guide start playing incredible stuff. I will go well. How'd you get him to do that? And like an ask anybody specifically for anything. Because I didn't know what to add in. Didn't you know I mean I had some things. He's like the unusually gleaned from other musicians. Like if you think if you look at the song diffuses from that same record right Doug Haywood has been. He wasn't the Bass player on that. The time are recorded. I tried to record before this this really sick this very power. I thought really strong musical movement. which was the base going Dome uh-huh.
"david lindley" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Off of that I have done the on the you must have me it was i. Ah After that when people say you know strike equality irons high. You've got all this attention on you at that moment instead. It looks like you took some time off. Maybe it was an offer was just thinking it seems like maybe you were not sure what to do with success. Is that fair to say No wasn't that I think that I just I'm slow. Slow writer and and let first album was produced by an engineer. Richard Sanford or shop and I I worked with him because I wanted to work with an engineer. And I kinda wanted to find my own way so but you have a backlog of songs when you make you first. Album of songs to choose from. Some of the songs are on the second album. We're among the songs I could choose from. These days are to me a long time to write for every man. It's the first time it took me a a law. That was my second my second album as you say like the seemed like the longtime time do you like a like a year and a half I who am I to say. It's not that long time now. At the time it seemed yeah and and also you had people in the music business. This who's who had that you're right that sensibility of like okay. Now do another. which is like that or do something follow? That was something you know in the same same vein build on that you know and I was. I couldn't have written another doctor my eyes. I didn't know how to repeat myself. I wasn't interested in repeating myself. I just wanted to figure out the next thing that I need to say forever. took me a long time to figure out how to say it but also I'm just going to say that between them. It seems like another pretty important thing that happened. I think it was between them. You and David Lindley Sarwari together. He became a big part of everything. After Right Yeah David Linley. I had gotten in touch with them before the first album I was in England touring as opening for Laura Niro. Oh and I looked him up and I tried to book a session with him. And the guy who is going to produce the record at the time Denny Cordell didn't show up at that was the moment woman which he sort of to tell you the truth. Just see you understand that the the whole feeling there at asylum and David Geffen often was like take your time might before my first album there was also like you know like you're just. You're you're growing these great songs but you like you can take some time time. And he knew I was trying to try to sing better. I wanted to work on my singing. And he could tell because I wouldn't sign up with any of the producers. He suggested that I wanted to kind of develop you know. So fortunately I had met Russ Kunkel and because Russ Kunkel and not through through threw him Lee sklar and crack Derby. I wound up with a really cool band playing on that first album. And they didn't plan everything but they played on about half the songs Songsen by half the songs were were very Kucic. Meanwhile be right before that. I'd been in England because I was touring with Lauren Euro and I tried to do the session. And as I say I was is going to have this producer Denny Cordell and he the deal was he would produce my record if it was going to be an asylum in Geffen didn't start asylum records then then he would get me on. Shelter was pretty sure Geffen. I was GONNA start a record company but in manner but I wanted to work with denny like Danny Lot and when he found out not to give it was going to start a record label he reneged he just like completely disappeared and there. I found that out with the dating show up in studio for a session that I booked and done a couple of sessions with him. I mean He. He had guys like Matthew Fisher from procra- harem playing and Jim Kelly Nerine. Aren't those guys. Were over there. KILTER and guys in mad dogs injured. Were over there in England playing with Joe Cocker and again those though I love to get the the whole the sessions because I met Albert Lee who wanted to playing on He was great. And you WANNA play on the first so I just found somebody the else to play the parts that David Lindley had made up for song for Adam did him with his Lindley wasn't back in the states and so as we started the second now. Oh Yeah I needed to tour of that first almond I started putting together a band and the band wasn't as good as David. We're by ourselves. It just wasn't maybe it's my first ban. It was like my first time trying to play with the band so now finally when I say they weren't as good. I mean I wasn't as good with a band because I I just played acoustic guitar and there weren't even any decent ways of amplifying Kutu guitars in those days. If you play with drums we always also had people coming in and out of the picture right so with that second album for everyman the title song it was first of all. I believe kind of a response to crosby own song. But then he's on there with you you'll beyond other people's it's kind of a May you don't see that these days where where there is a sense of. Let's just do something together. Because we believe in it uh the people.
"david lindley" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
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"david lindley" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Life. So that was just such an eye opener. It was so great perfection in. Linda, Ronstadt is kind of has that sort of ability. You know? I mean, she was as I've seen producing produce David Lindley and whatever else, and I've just seen her working. And literally I've seen those speakers. Not there, you know. And she's got Kansan. No. But she doesn't trust the speeches. Didn't. While there's there are times when that's probably the right thing to be doing. Yeah. But if you wanna talk about miles Davis, I was doing a record with the late. Great producer, Tommy Lapuma. Justin, so many spectacular records one of sweetmeat. Sweet man. Miss him dearly. He just passed away last. No, it's maybe two years. But we were working on George Benson record, right? On tuesday. We're going to do a date with miles and I'm thinking miles. Miles Copeland can't possibly mean miles. Okay. Then you know, I had heard that he doesn't like white people. Pretty bloody white it's supposed to being from Rochester, New York. Anyway. So. He comes in. And it's just he there's no entourage. No. He was you know, very intimidated. And he comes comes into the studio, and he takes off his jacket, and he looks at Lapuma myself. And he goes, I usually get around of applause when I do this and serious. He's pulling our chain of doing this funny. Yes. Oh my God. He was he was just incredible incredible dream to work with probably the the high point of of working with them was going out to dinner with Lapuma, and he and the stories you can imagine. Yes, outstanding. But probably the best mistake I ever made in my life was on that record day one. Tommy was. That is the two. Okay. Okay. His I recommend. I have to ask you that. They now that was nineteen Eighty-six 'cause I'm forever being told. I didn't get dates. This is February strangely. Nineteen eighty six and I had just come off doing a record with. Steve Vai and David Lee Roth. And then the very next thing. I'm thrown into this. Switch. Well, this is the best thing about working capital pleading. You know, the variety was just fantastic. You never got pigeonholed for doing just want style. It was spectacular opportunity to work there, but working with miles. Tommy is I say was the executive producer, but the musical producer. If you will was a guy named Marcus Miller, you probably have heard of Jewish spectacular musician. He had been playing in miles as li- banned from for a while. And they had a great report. And we were doing this one track that one day that was the one day that time you'll yeah, we're gonna work with him Tuesday, Tuesday, Marcus head cassette, remember cassette. Yes. I think so. So. He had a bunch more music that he wanted miles to hear take home a cassette of one song on this cassette. Right. I'm working. I don't have an assistant. I'm trying to keep the ship afloat here. So I wasn't policing. What went on his cassette and a whole bunch of music when on cassette to take home that evening miles like all of it. So instead of like just working with them on Tuesday. I got like sixteen days because I screwed up his cassette. Oh is that the best seriously? That was I mean, if you're going to get mildly fucked up, but I I certainly made a made a good thing for myself. Totally man. Some of the record was done in New York. And you'd like to think in February. I dunno going on. It was. Okay. But just imagine what even sunny, California at the time. I was gonna say the New York stuff happened, you know, weeks or months after the stuff that that I got to work. And you know, being a New York, you'd think that, you know, New York, jazz, stump is going to be hip or and all that. I gotta say I really think that the the LA stuff is arguably better. And maybe it's because it was first and was the freshest. Working with Marcus Miller miles would say, you know, Marcus was into like everything is like paper machine and everything is malleable of movable like I was saying before Coltrane and. Realized because the jazz is supposed to be, you know, improvis- realize if you can make it better. Yes, I understand. It's gonna be. So miles would say the man put it wherever you want. Yeah. And so we we did a lot of sampling. And there were there were like, the very first probably the very first drum machine usage, maybe jazz. Anyway was on that record. I would think where there was a thing that Roger Nichols. Who's a famous engineer here in town is unfortunately passed the number of years ago, but he did all the steely Dan records at all the middle out of them. He developed a drum sample machine that you could trigger externally and replace like, they're snare your kick or even symbols with this things you had carts. This is our Kane. This thing was but it was called Wendell and Wendell junior. Like, my wife's name is win. And Wendell is still around. I mean, you can still hear them, but any rate on on a number of the tracks on this to two of them. We had Marcus out there. We have the the machine doing like the in the snare in Marcus would be out there doing the drags drugs. Oh. Oh, you know to make it sound like a live drummer. And you gotta admit if you go listen to that record really has a fabulous field doesn't sound remotely like machines at all really beautiful sub. So tell me about the Frank Sinatra sessions that you. Yeah. Franks. Not true was going to do what became the duets records at capital. This is like nineteen ninety one. Linda Ronstadt on that album? She to do with. She did it to one of those ones with Frank Sinatra. Yeah. There was taken out of the session. Probably I I don't recall that being on the Frank, Ronn. Okay. But that was the inducement. I think for all do what people they didn't get paid. But they got the right to use their track. I could be wrong. But that sounds pretty sure does. With capital EMI being purse-strings. Right. But this was his first record after leaving Columbia. Yeah. And you know, he had been on reprise. And then he went to Columbia, and then Louis price was his own labels. Yeah. Warner Brothers made a label. Kankan or reprieves or? Announce it. Yes, you say tomato. But in right. So this was the first record for for capital EMI. And, you know, they're their concept was I know not let's bring. Frank to a whole new audience and actually bring some money into the picture by by pairing them up with people who actually sell records. So like, they pair them up with Bono. And you know, a whole bunch of people, and none of the do. I did we do at capital. We just did Frank would the band. Okay. And because Frank, you know, wasn't going to give you little as little as takes. And he's going to sing live. We got Franks rhythm section. We got Greg fields and Chuck Berg offer who were his as I say bass and drums to to play on the recordings because we're not going to get a click track. And we hope that having them who will would already know the tempo that that Frank likes to do it. If we were fortunate enough to get him to do a couple of takes. They would line up. You know? You know? And in the hope. Okay. So this is Phil Ramone producing the record and l Schmidt engineering. So you know, you got a hell of a start is right. And Pat Williams was the arranger and conductor my God. I mean, so our side of the glass of the talent was tantamount to the other side of the glass pretty much. Those guys were just the top of their game. So in the hope of getting the ability to control what you got because you weren't gonna get a lot of takes out of Frank. We built a hut with which had a big tether with air conditioning and glass on all sides. And so we could put him in the middle of the orchestra, and he could see in be seen, but we would have his sound isolated. So we could mix and match tanks. Hopefully, we got the great take from the band that we could take. So anyway, the first night. Seven o'clock, Don beat with the band. So we get the band ahead early. You know and get everybody in their places. And you know, we tested all the mics. And we were all ready to rock, you know, all the headphones all the everything was all the TS recross in cross than the eyes were dotted and everything for Frank and Frank shows up, and he comes down the hall the studio and encourage. Yeah, there's literally, you know, like seventy musicians in their seats in a whole bunch of people in the hall is in control room, you know, support crew and everything and he says. Why am I here? Like, I've sung all these before. Because he sees the season music, and we're all thinking hell is gonna happen. You know, fill you better go out there and talk to, you know, put out this fire like now because I think Frank was seventy seven. I hate to impugn a number that I'm gonna reach not too far away. Right. Yeah. But he was he was a confused lab. At that point. He he would go in and out. I would have to say, I'm vocally. He he was pretty strong still that phrasing thing going always. Yeah. But every so there is this potential landmine here in front of Phil, Ramone. Like, what is this going to fall apart before we even start, and you know, Phil explains. Well, yeah, you've done it before. But not for capital a mine. That's why we're here, and blah, blah, blah. So. It kind of fizzled and Frank left Ono that first night. So we're not sending the band him. So we rehearse all the all the arrangements with the band were recording everything and the band is just ridiculous. Right. And I can't remember the the song. But there was one song that Tom Scott played the spectacular solo on. And when the record comes out, it ain't Tapscott Scott. It's Kenny G L. No. Yeah. Because the record company said well ten Kenny G will sell some.
"david lindley" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Great. So again, take care of dot com. Promo code deeper fifty and you're good to go. Okay. Diggers that is the housekeeping this week. So why don't we get to our show and meet our special guest? Me. Camel to. Shadows fake or not. The romance. Jess. Off. Yes. Friends with us today is very special guest Maria Malta. So I played midnight at the away SIS not because that is what she is most famous for a because sure everyone knows that song. But really the get it out of the way Maria story is so much deeper than that song. And while I am sure she loves it as much as all of her babies. I can tell you that is not Maria with the forty one albums under her belt. And certainly the song, you know, made her a household name. But it is one song on one album of which she has forty one albums to her name. Yeah. Six Grammy nominations accolades glor-, m most importantly, she's played with so many amazing musicians at the top of their game. Just like her actually, you know, Maria and has always been much more of a throwback master than a pop Princess. She was born and raised in Greenwich Village, always a bohemian mecca and came of age is the. Folk revival was getting started in the mid sixties throughout the nineteen sixties. She was first in the even dozen jug band with David Griffin, Steve Katz, Joshua Rifkin, and John Sebastian then later in Jim quickens and the jug band. It's not until nineteen Seventy-three. Does she make her for so album with a song who turned her into a superstar for awhile? But again, that's not Maria in the later, seventy she joins up with Jerry Garcia and goes on tour with Garcia ban and is on the one studio album nineteen seventy nine cats under the stars. But her love and the lion's share of her song birds discography are steeped in traditional Americana blues folk and her favourite New Orleans sound or is she likes to say blues. The Anna she does have a new album out her forty first. Yeah. One for every year of her life. This one is the twenty nine thousand nine Grammy. Nominated. Don't you feel my leg? The Nadi body blues of blue Barker a collection of songs from one of marinas very own heroines. Now, this is far more like Maria. So let's get to it. Let's hang out with the impishly sweet Meriem, all Dr. Loan me. And I will loan my. Loan meal homes. And I will loan you my. I want him to love me. Welcome to deeper Dixon. Rock. Marie multi. How're you doing today? Good christian. How about yourself? Well, I think we've had our first sunny day in northern California in a long time. Thank god. So happy we made the rain, but a few days of sun doesn't know the ground needs to kind of soak it up a little bit of the wise. It causes a whole nother center problem. Let's not even. No, no. No, no. But you know, it's a it's a nice day to get together with you up here in mill valley of which you've made it your home for a long time. So you were recently nominated for a Grammy which you say is your six, right? It's nice six Grammy nomination and still not a win. I'm just the Susan Lucci. Can I tell the Susan Lucci? That's right. Right. Right. And this is in the traditional blues category. And unfortunately, the statue went to blues legend buddy guy, so I guess if you're not gonna win. Yeah. Now, he's had plenty of Grammy wins Hasni. So come on time to give it up to somebody else when they announced him as the winner the entire place. And it was the only only winner that that solicited. This response the whole place got up for standing ovation. And I realized the guy's a legend. He's an icon. He's eighty years old. And if I have to lose to somebody I'm happy to lose to buddy guy everybody on the list of nominees in that category. Where people I've big fans of Charlie Musselwhite Elvin Bishop. But he so it was all good. All good just to be in that company is wonderful. Yeah. Yeah. So let's talk about blue Lu Barker born in New Orleans shoes one of the mid century blues. Recording artists, perhaps not as famous as names like Billie holiday, Dinah, Washington. So. So what drew you to her? Well, it's a long story, but we've got nothing but time here. So the reason you're asking me about blue Barker's because the album that I was nominated for us called the is called don't you feel my leg? Bring Audie body blues. Blue Barker, so don't you feel my leg was a song that I was that I recorded that you did once before I did. And I'll tell you the story of that the hallway the connection came about there. I was in LA in nineteen Seventy-three making my very first solo album feeling totally in over my head and overwhelmed and finding myself in the studio with all my musical heroes ride cooter. Jim Kelton nerve, David Lindley, accepted and on piano. I had asked for Dr John. And and those were the days, you know, I was recording for Warner Brothers. So anything. I asked for they they brought into the studio, and it was just a wonderful. All I looked at the list of players on your I it's there's like forty players on it. Yeah. And just an awesome collection of wonderful musicians. And Dr John, of course, draw not only is wonderful piano playing to the proceedings, but he also had a lot of good ideas. And one day he came shuffling into the studio and said, hey, Maria. I think I got a cool song. He pulled our little cassette air and played this song by women. I had never heard of blue Barker who was a New Orleans blues singer, and she had recorded it in the forties. And it was called don't feel my leg. We thought. It was pretty cute song. And we put it on the album, and then the album came out and much to everybody's surprise at had this this goofy little song about a camera on that went onto just. Zoom to the top of the charts and stayed there for many months. It was all that was the when I got my first two Grammy nominations was for that that out. But as the months were on deejays were reporting in that that they were actually getting more requests for don't you feel my leg and to this day. That's actually the song that I get the most requests from when I when I performed really more. So than a waste. Yeah. Yet. Because I don't know why because I wasted is romantic. But don't you feel my leg is naughty less? It is. Very of when you think of when it was originally recorded. In the forties. And you know, you can sing all the artistic sensitive songs you want. But everybody always likes the smutty, or once, you know. But anyway, so interestingly enough because that song in the end Warner Brothers decided not to put that out as a second single to show, you how different the times for them the now they thought that they they call me up and said, hey, the DJ's are wanting to put out, you know, suggesting we put out don't you feel my leg. What do you think of? Okay. Great sounds great. And they said, but we want you to think of something if we put out don't you feel my leg as your second single. You may be forever pigeonholed and characterized as a red hot, mama or a sex symbol. So you really wanna think about it? That's the way you want to be thought of or if you want to be thought of as a serious artist. I said. Okay. Well, okay. So when you both well, I should have thought of that at the time. But I thought about it over the weekend and stupid young fool that I was I came back and said I want to be known as a serious artiste. So they said, oh, you're probably right. And they didn't put it out. Another words greed did not, you know, prevail with them. They and they also actually did care about my image. And how I would come across and my long jeopardy is an artist. So that was that was most in Monastir. Eleni Warnaco Lenny. That that legends and great great record men. Absolute understood of women's are in the development of an artist and so forth. I mean and today when you think that the most rampant blatant pornog- graphically, graphic sex sells everything that they were willing to forego all that and just care about me as an artist and what I wanted to project. So anyway, much to my regret all these years later, we didn't put it out as a single, but it was still very popular in this to this day. Well, when it came time to send out royalties to all the songwriters who had written songs for the album, the first your first. Yeah, we tried to set. We it contacted the publishing company that had published. Don't you feel my leg, and they reported to find out how to send the money to the. Brian Barker or the writer. And they said, oh, they're deceased send the money to us. So we went back to Dr John told him that. And he said this as Decem though. Oh, you can cuss on this. Okay. To seize the fuck day. I said I just seen him down on by in St. three weeks ago. So with his help we got there. Correct. Contact info and sent them the first of many big fat juicy royalty checks, and they were very grateful for that. And and they were already in their sixties of at this point. And this is nineteen Seventy-three. Yeah. And then when I went to New Orleans to perform I made a point of inviting them, and and they took us out for dinner afterwards, and they were just wonderful people. And Danny Barker was a jazz guitar player who had played with Cab Calloway, Louis Armstrong, Billie holiday to name, but a few and is a wonderful Rackham tour. And so he was telling us all kinds of great stories, and they were just great so people, and I became friends with them. And I I actually sent them. A gold album, which they proudly displayed on their Wallin then. And so every time I'd go to New Orleans side make a point of going to visit them, and you became friends. Yes. Yes. Yes. And and so. Sadly, they both passed on now. But a couple of years ago. I was I was contacted by some uses in New Orleans who Danny Barker was not only a great musician and a great storyteller. But he also almost single-handedly helped bring about the revival of that all traditional jazz, you know, the rebirth brass band and all these fans that are now he he sort of schooled a whole younger generation of players down there into the the cool old traditional jazz sound, and and so they have a little festival honoring him every year. And they call me up and said, we're doing this. Danny Barker festival, we'd like you to come down into a tribute
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"In you that is music from madagascar the island the huge island off the southeast coast of africa and a world out of time collaboration between the american guitarist henry kaiser and david lindley and musicians from madagascar like torika sammy who you heard performing here a song called phenomenon on keesey before that then cut your wreck the german drummer and producer with deer anastas lia that comes from his album the kenya sessions recorded with kenyan musicians in that east african nation and at the beginning of the set monitor swayze musicians from zimbabwe paired with musicians from norway sweden and from mozambique as well we heard a song called wadad isa from their album mono swayze yanga we're listening to music that focuses in on parts of the african continent we haven't really taken a deep look at in in a while here lots of west african music music from the congo slash zaire but you know going down the east and southeast coast of africa there's lots of great music to be found just ask evans in the american clarinetist and composer he fell in love with some of the music on this album called tanzania instruments nineteen fifty which was recorded in that year one of the tracks called me may especially appealed to him so he did kind of remix adding his own clarinet sounds so we'll hear that music from tanzania and then we'll hear some music from nearby kenya and some music in the style known as kenya dry which was a very it's actually really good name for this style of music it was based on guitar music usually two guitars and very often a funder bottle fanta the orange soda that has the ridged neck and by rubbing stick up and down the neck of the soda bottle you got this neat percussive thing anyway so from the album called africa acoustic volume two subtitled kenya dry will hear a song called giradi now ganga i here's this music from evans support and his marlou may remix.
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"Wnyc dot org slash you've a said little more from the late john fahey in the background a slide go bud is several pieces he wrote inspired hurriedly not by county slide go in ireland by little creek near his home of takoma park maryland anyway we started this edition of new sounds some of john fahy's pit a bluesderived music there is a very evident blues he cast to this next piece that will hear called coup buckeye song in malagasy because this is a song from madagascar off the coast of southeastern africa by a gentleman named how lazio who plays the guitar and sings and kind of speaks half speaks half sings up very much in the style of the old american talking blues which he has clearly listened to i mean this this just sounds like rick except for the language of sounds like a could have come from mississippi in fact it comes from album called a world out of time a series of records made on the island of madagascar in the nineteennineties by the guitarists henry kaiser and david lindley who knows a thing or two about blues here's a bit of malic acid blues from this artist known as layout on new south vitalone loudly jew and meet that zayn you feel oh god oh she just some games by the young gun not on fateh jazz shame on suggest to my bag as me she did some yang and yeah vinnie on bleak coobook vietnam beyond missileborne inn bound thousands of any mean last year the how may lead what love didn't find me you'll be new nofee don't allow i'll be down by loan gone not buzzed on vinnie on bleak but gun though aloft i'll be munim nimbly kupa nominee i'll by lombo god syed thousand now yeah now by lumbao will go mondial thou who young who had goo ga he nominee ah hot doomsday mees seem lau all filed by the janja the boy who buck body no no no i am by lumbao you'd on phnom tied the knot wind new.