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"dennis. dunaway" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"dennis. dunaway" Discussed on Pantheon

"Skill blanket about a horse or about the rain or anything like that. It's all about the sickness bad oats the bad oats arts now. Okay okay. So imagine is on the bull now any sick. So they they don't you know they quarantine and basically and so he's on the beach. Okay and you see also and when at a because when i was when i was talking to sandy or sandy. What is this is back in the soft underbelly dazer or really struck forest. Where we i worked it out. What is it about any bad owed swell. It's like bad acid or bad food bad air or some something bad that you have to consume that you take into your body and it makes you sick. That whole song is about sickness. Okay okay. there's maybe the rain will wash clean. Or maybe not so and this is part of a renisha part of a trilogy that you were going to be doing. And now you're redoing. Imagine as reimagined. Is there a reason that you're doing it now. Instead of five years ago or two years from now well. Five years ago. I try to a sandy about it. You know it was still alive then. And he said well. I'm i was like. I didn't even care about imagine as i said. Let's do the next biennium that would sell already done. Stewart next one and he said okay. I said you know. I've got three sisters song. I've got the independence day song. Who wrote and i've got half lifetime so there's a bunch of songs we could put that together with when when the war comes. Maybe shadow of california is. I don't know about that one but we definitely black workshop at the telescopes gotta be like okay so that was originally supposed to be you know when the last time i talked to him. Well i mean. I talked to him in the hospital but the lesson. He talked to me back and that was when he was in the hospital. It was like i talked. I talked to you for two days. I talked to eight hours a day. Wow drew up to them. You know it was. It was very bittersweet. Because i hadn't seen him in over ten years. Wow well. i saw him into rocker girl festival with patti smith. That was the last time so was at but we. We talked on the phone. Not that often really be like once a year something or somebody would die one you know and we reach out to each other. So so you you've redone in and you've actually included the songs that they left off for reimagine us. Yes yes and you also. I found that you you give credit to the players on the original. Imagine those album in reimagined house which is citing. that's fantastic. That's that's absolutely wonderful. World sandy put like a list of a million people all the people it did. Overdubbed met know that you know that he did in in california and and when you listen to my version you're listening to the end result is almost exactly the same except for the vocals. It's like i said to. Dan did you. Did you play on a tracks. He goes well. I yeah i play guitar on. Almost all of them and they didn't use a single part. Jeez yeah so. I was disappointed but they just wanted. I just wanted to play on it but they they were like we've got what we need. You know we got you know. And tommy more and jello and jack grigg and why aldo nova. I mean does idea for my solo record. I was going to have all these people because that was what was going to sell it. You know with the trump signed me. I said well. Robbie is already committed to doing. Alex is going to do which we didn't do it eventually. But it was okay. You know we got other people of course when we started imagine you know joe. Nobody knew joseph right. There was a lot of people that played on it. They didn't didn't make the final cut. Like let's play pool played on really. Oh well i met him. I was playing a gig with mike. Watt and the and the minuteman. Yeah yeah sh firehouse fire. I would take a few firehose gates school. so and they. They were opening for Well it was actually. It was the bbc boys the headliners then there was less group Primus primus and then. Mike watt microscope. Jeez hell the line of unless. Oh yeah. I've played on it. But i don't think it was exactly what we're looking for said of anything less plays on. That's not something he's written picked at he. I love him he. He's one of the most unique people on the planet then to do this new. You started your own label within a difficult process. No no was well. You know what happened. The thing that really happened was that. I got this idea that i wanted to make this record right and it came out of the blue really because we originally you know i have this other group coupe. Yes with dennis. And joe and titian snuggie and we did a we put a record in november called eleven. Even it was third record yesterday. Blueprint bradford and so we were supposed to be promoting that in the spring but we had we had all these rock crews and sweden in early may and then we were going to go. And and do english tour. We'd already contacted booking agent and all of this other stuff. Meanwhile last year this guy i've known him for. Oh i didn't know about fourteen years. I think the students and I knew him as a manager and he approached me and said you know. Would you like me to manage you. And i said well how about managing blue coup. And he goes sure. You know your brother to and i mean my brother and dennis dunaway so joanna. I told joe and he goes You know let me give me talk to him. So joe talks to him and he goes. You know i like me. He seems like he's really very enthusiastic. And and he seems to know a lot of people and he seems hooked up and most importantly seen to be enthusiastic. So we told. Dennis and dennis is like i already have a manager. Shep shep is your manager will. Why isn't ship giving us any gigs..

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"dennis. dunaway" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"dennis. dunaway" Discussed on Pantheon

"Album was a flop to it wasn't until they teamed up with producer Bob Estrin that they finally had a hit with their third album. But by Nineteen seventy-two Alice Cooper were huge stars and generating more than their share of controversy. They were an easy target for grandstanding politicians. So Vincent now Alice responded with his own political satire, the nineteen seventy two elections were right around the corner and who would make the most unlikely candidate Alice Cooper. Despite the fact that reflected had bombed as a single Bob as really liked the song as the story goes, he told the band, it should be redone and made a hundred times bigger. So the riff and some of the melody of reflected were re used to create the new song elected. Elected was released as a single in September nineteen seventy-two right before the election it was also included as track number three on the billion dollar babies album that followed in February nineteen seventy. The Song Features Alice Cooper on Vocals Glen Buxton on Lead Guitar Michael Bruce on Rhythm Guitar Dennis. dunaway on Bass and Neil Smith on drums the song was written by five band members and produced by Bob as. The song opens with a big intro. One Crashing Guitar Chord in a few quick notes from Dennis Dunaway's base in the left channel along with some oddball percussion.

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"dennis. dunaway" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

08:17 min | 2 years ago

"dennis. dunaway" Discussed on Pantheon

"Now. Let's talk to Joe Bouchard on the telephone. Hey Joe. How are you? Good you did a ten albums that changed my life with US I. Don't know if you remember it football, mind and. You had some great picks I think you've picked a surf rock to right. Yeah, well. Yeah, yeah, those are big I. Think I I wonder if I can remember all. The I I won A. Little Richard's greatest kit. I. Hold it back. And then it was The ventures walked on runs. That's it the ventures walk. Don't run! You will love that sort of Guitar Style and you know what listening to the new album with the instrumental racing through the desert I got that sense. Definitely a lot of of vectors in racing through the desert. Yeah, that's one of my favorites on the album and I was surprised. That, it was just an instrumental, but then I thought you know Joe like Surf Rock so maybe that's why he's stuck you. No vocals. Yeah and it just goes back to my youth, you know. Did you start out as? I do I do an instrumental on just about everyone of my Solo. Did you start out on the guitar? Instead of the base and switched over win allies angry founded on piano. One of those families that have the the upright piano, the musical and so I took piano for a couple years. Then I played trumpet. For. The couple years. And then I got back and then I took up the tar. Because of course, everybody had to play guitar. And invites. Might Uncle Played Jazz? Guitar is kind of play Doug. I'd like it in the Les Paul style. Ford. And So, he had a jazz master. Woo Yet a fender jazz master and met US borough it I can't believe he did that, but he had other like Gibson Guitars and. And Eventually I. Got A. A, Gibson Melody Maker and then I traded it in on a nineteen sixty four stratocaster, which would. Get our. Where's that jazz mass are now? Did you inherited or no, my my cousin did. Ask Him Yeah Y- Guitars now gonNA cut off. Maybe to play on one of your future Solo. Also I would not. I would not do. I gotta ask you. It's been about six years right since your last solo album the power of music. Actually. There was one after that called The history okay. Yeah, there's just that one came out in seventeen I think it would seventeen eighteen. Twenty seventeen twenty eighteen play in history really really did well on very. Very happy with I was very happy the way that came out a lot of songs for that too I. Felt felt strongly about my writing I wrote a saw. The probably the the best song on the album is a song. I wrote for our manager, Sandy Pearlman yes, who passed away No I think in seventeen. and. Sixteen but He had a big influence on my career, you know. Wouldn't, be obliged to call. Sandy pearlman right now. Yeah, so that was that was one after power it yeah I think I hope that I'm getting better at this. Well. How do you feel? Going to get better at. How do you feel the evolution has been? With two solo albums. Oh! Yeah, well production my. It's just a a really I learn something every time. And I probably one of the hardest things to learn yourself produced is perspective. You think it's great at the time, but then it comes out and you know maybe doesn't have that flair that you thought it had. So I think with this new album I'm getting a little bit better idea that perspective Dutch and I don't know. And? Yeah, see the thing you have. What a band or even having a brother and a ban could bounce. Ideas off of them. And they were giving you that perspective. So Solo albums. That much harder because the guys you're use are. Yes men. You know they to what you tell to. Yup. Yeah. Well, you know I I I sorta. Take it for what it is and You know had a good time with Mickey Curry on drums. Yes, most the time I program by drums. Pretty, good, drunk programmer, something something Oli. That special something when you got a great number, I heard you mentioned now. Yeah, yeah, Mickey who gets played on so many records. Alice Cooper. Call notes Alex Cooper called Yes Donna Temple with different record that in. Yes, why not the recording I want to ask why I'll didn't play or. I just. I had done the blue coupe album with him right, we did that. We koop album old-style. Rehearsed all the songs together road lot songs together It wasn't just guys going off into their own studio, and then throwing together as a as an album bright, it was done. We all recorded all our parts same time studio. Mixed it all together. We did vocalisations together. So I think it was just time for for a little change in just so happens that. One of Elvis favorite dramas is making curry. And then, Niki if you have Miki about Albert. He loves Albert Yeah. He just loves Albert You know his style. You know he's definitely they're they're. They're both. Mutually I haven't mutual admiration society, and and I I'm sure that I'm gonNA. Be doing more projects with Albert we've got few plans for after my solo album sold. Out in the fall. And then we're. We're planning new albums for twenty twenty one. WE! We did a bunch of quarantine videos. Where he would do the drum parts in his apartment in New York. And I would do my guitar parts here in Connecticut, and then we just put them all together, and do you know put all the magic item and we set about to a lot of charity. organizations of organizations the We sent seven songs to France we sent it song to Long Island we. I did it Connecticut. Year, it was great. We will out of fun I think your fans or that. I think fans and. Call fans would like Blue Cube, That's what people know that Dennis Dunaway and Al Yet So I think. You know they should check that out And of course, another song here that I.

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"dennis. dunaway" Discussed on CharlaConAngel.

CharlaConAngel.

07:31 min | 2 years ago

"dennis. dunaway" Discussed on CharlaConAngel.

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"dennis. dunaway" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

06:38 min | 3 years ago

"dennis. dunaway" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Hi, this is Dennis Dunaway. Aboul scooper. You're listening to rock and roll archaeology. I y and how studios presents. From Toronto Canada. News is on stuff with your host, John and links. The rock and roll audiology network of. Loser. Culture. Technology unroll, so grab those dock stage passively, let's get to the show. Our guest today is Jenny Boyd Jenny has led an incredible life in the sixties. She found herself immersed in the world of rock and roll Jenny was a model. Amuse sister to Pattie Boyd. If that name sounds familiar and sister-in-law to George Harrison, and Eric Clapton and wife to Mick Fleetwood in her thirties, she embarked on a new adventure. Earning a PHD and humanities from there. She authored a book, it's not only rock and roll in which seventy five of the world's most conic musicians reveal their thoughts on creating music. She has probed the minds of legends such as Eric Clapton, Don Henley, Joni Mitchell, George Harrison, Ravi Shankar, and many many more delving into the drive to create the importance of nurturing creativity. The role of unconscious influences and the effects of chemicals and drugs on the create. Process yet. She's brilliant Jenny has also worked in the addiction field founding spring workshops, which brought therapists from the US to the UK to facilitate workshops. It was an absolute pleasure to talk to Johnny about her life and career and our mutual fascination with the creative process. This was an incredible incredible interview. I'm so happy we got to do this. And thank you, Jenny. And I hope everyone enjoys it. Yeah. Thank you so much Jenny enjoyed the show, and we hope you enjoy the amazing stories. She tells us, and there's some really special ones in there for music fans and fans and make sure to buy her book after yes by. Jenny are so so so excited to speak with you. This is actually our first interview of the new year. That's nice happy new year. Happy new year to both of you. Do you do put any New Year's resolutions out there? Do you believe in that? Yeah. I love New Year's I love a new year because to me, although it's supposedly just another day to me. It's a whole nother John's to do what you really want to do or cheap you would want to achieve or just make some resolutions. And I know people say they last order for about a week. But I I love it. And I'm doing really well with my resolutions and things for this year. So yep. It's a it's a good start. That's wonderful. Do you care to share any? Yes, I've been working on a book a memoir. For so long. And I'm finally gang to get it published this year. I know I am and you know, Huckabee crook. And the way it's going. It's looking pretty good. So that's one big big thing because you know, just public getting a book published I know from experience my last, but but it just takes a long time. It give it to all the different publishers or your eight thousand and then you have to wait, you know, two or three months for them to get back to you. So you can end up sort of years going by and you realize you've been waiting, and so I'm taking that bull by the horns this year. And it'll be out so exciting I cannot wait to read this book. Yeah, I'm very excited to good. We're so so happy to hear that because this stories like yours and people like, you are the reason why we started this podcast in the first place. Because as much as we're interested in rock and roll history. We always want to know the other side of the story. We wanna know we want to hear it from the other people who were there, the friends, the mentors the wives girlfriends because those stories are so fascinating. And I just think that they need to be celebrated. Well, we both think they need to be celebrated in heard more. So can't wait for that. I think that's great. I think that's great. Because you know, we're all in it somehow we will play some pod. And I guess what you're saying it sort of acknowledging people who've been part off it, but probably not like talk top billing, you know, exactly. They're just as important, but those stories are the lesser heard ones. So it's nice to finally be hearing them. Yeah. And I think for me just being very much involved in the music world since a young age, I make a ni- feet with NYMEX each other when we have sixteen so. It many many years, and then my sister party, and George, and Eric, and then I had another husband in Wallis, not the drama party had two guitars had to drama husbands. And and and writing that book that it's not any rock and roll with all about a tone different side of how people saw musicians and how living with in the whole music world how they represented not only just the incredible music. But there was a lot of the other stuff. You know, the drugs the alcohol, the, you know, all the, you know, sex drugs and rock and roll side of things, but you know, doing that book, I did an interview holders musicians was so inspiring because it was much more spiritual and much more. You know to them talking about what we call peak experience and stuff like that. And it was like seeing a whole 'nother side of what the rock and roll.

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