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"deville" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

At The Races With Steve Byk

05:14 min | 2 months ago

"deville" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

"The oaks so yeah remington. There you go. How many Is that saturday or sunday sunday. It is sunday. Yeah it's not. But i don't the springboard no springboards later that sir leicester last Juvenile at a mile to alaska make. Yeah this is one of the you know. Guess there early on practice. Six on is the kip deville. There you go one of one of one of the one of the really good oklahoma breads. The people might not realize kip deville Let's talk about in the meantime. We're talking about all these far flung things and all you did was send out The most maybe the most impressive individual horse of the weekend when it came to hidden connection and Follow up from colonial and talk a little bit about the just a demolition of that. Poke on we. We got a lot of confidence in her going in. Obviously she's very talented philly but there was a lot of Tests she added pass that night. Obviously she's going through five and a half two mile sixteen The atmosphere that night was was unbelievable. It was An unbelievable crowd and a lot of noise I kid some people i said. Well she's already school to the oaks now. It was tremendous crowd noise. And so there's just a lot going on for her Had to face in her second out of her life and i was very proud of her she hammer sell very well and ran updates. Baked patients passed to turn tests and Couldn't be happier with the she. You mentioned the stretch out and if you go back to the performance a colonial August and that was a that was a near track record performance and A connect philly and in fact was she was. She connects first winter. I don't think so. no. I don't think so. I think he'd had a couple of winters her well. That performance Came close to breaking a track record and that was the first indication. But you know five and a half to eight and a half is no small task. Yeah and believe me. You know just affiliate..

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How Xerox & Some Dalmatians Saved Disney

Kottke Ride Home

01:50 min | 5 months ago

How Xerox & Some Dalmatians Saved Disney

"The new one hundred and one dull nations villain origin story crew ella seemed to be a real love or hate flick or more like a lukewarm dislike or confused enthusiasm based on reviews with titles like weird but i think i like it whatever the reaction the film seems to have been pretty far from what people were expecting mostly because it has almost nothing to do with the one hundred and one puppies that made guerrilla deville famous but sixty years before this any chaotic punk tinged origin story the world got its first film adaptation of dodie. Smith's nineteen fifty six children's novel the hundred and one donations and despite being positively obsessed with the movie as a toddler. I never knew that the canine cartoon marked a crucial turning points in the history of animation. And one which disney may not have ever made it to the other side of had. The movie not worked out. One hundred and one donations marked walt disney animation studios twenty second full length feature animation having been preceded by classics like snow white. Pinocchio fantasia and peter pan. It began development in the late fifties following the box office bomb of sleeping beauty which took six million dollars to make but only earned back five million sleeping. Beauty used the dominant animation technique of the time that required artists to hand trace drawings on transparent celluloid or sell sheets according to smithsonian magazine reported on this moment in animation history. Disney movies usually have one to two dozen cells per second so in total sleeping. Beauty had almost one million cells. That's one million drawings done and traced by hand a ton of work for a movie that ended up costing the studio a million dollars.

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Emma Stone is downright mean in new trailer for 'Cruella'

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

00:16 sec | 10 months ago

Emma Stone is downright mean in new trailer for 'Cruella'

"Today. Social media was buzzing because the trailer dropped for the new cruella. Deville live action. Movie starring emma stone. I'm sure i'll have to see it at some point but apparently people are really excited about it. Because i guess it's a good story and she's a great actress so we'll see

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Apocalypse...Now?

00:54 sec | 11 months ago

Mijon Zulu is Building a Community - burst 4

"You're such a big fan of drag race and you're really passionate about how it has changed the community do you feel like the. Lgbtq community is On the other side of an apocalypse in the midst of an apocalypse trying to go from a one phase of their history into another phase of history. I think that the in in in some ways the the lgbtq community is always in the middle of an apocalypse always trying to take us down and sometimes their agendas are more subtle than what they sometimes. They're the agendas are kind of a sneak attack. And i and i do. I do think that we kind of are getting into a place. Thankfully where you know at least in america Depending on where you live. We are kind of at the other side of an

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Mijon Zulu is Building a Community - burst 4

Apocalypse...Now?

00:54 sec | 11 months ago

Mijon Zulu is Building a Community - burst 4

"You're such a big fan of drag race and you're really passionate about how it has changed the community do you feel like the. Lgbtq community is On the other side of an apocalypse in the midst of an apocalypse trying to go from a one phase of their history into another phase of history. I think that the in in in some ways the the lgbtq community is always in the middle of an apocalypse always trying to take us down and sometimes their agendas are more subtle than what they sometimes. They're the agendas are kind of a sneak attack. And i and i do. I do think that we kind of are getting into a place. Thankfully where you know at least in america Depending on where you live. We are kind of at the other side of an

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Biden Plans To Bring Vilsack Back To USDA, Despite Criticism From Reformers

Environment: NPR

04:00 min | 1 year ago

Biden Plans To Bring Vilsack Back To USDA, Despite Criticism From Reformers

"President elect biden is ready to announce to more cabinet nominations. This morning one name is familiar. Biden wants tom. Vilsek who served as secretary of agriculture in the obama administration to return to that same job and he's nominating congresswoman marcia fudge to be secretary of housing and urban development. This is interesting. A lot of people had been urging biden depict fudge for the agriculture job instead. Joining me now is. Npr's dan charles who covers food and agriculture. For i dan. Good morning david well. Let's talk about representative. Marcia fudge what why were so many people pushing for her to get the job. So there's an interesting thing about the department of agriculture. It was set up to help farmers back when farmers were half of the country. And it's still does a lot of that but the country has changed and the biggest part of the usda's budget now is nutrition aid. You know the supplemental nutrition assistance program snyder's school lunches and marcia fudge has been one of the fiercest defenders of those nutrition programs on capitol hill. She represents a district that includes much of cleveland also akron ohio. She's been on the house. Agriculture committee she and her supporters felt. It was high time for the top. Usda job to go to somebody who saw those nutrition programs as the department's big priority and not just sort of a change in emphasis but this would have been a historic break with the past In that job she's a black woman is she would have been the first black woman in that job. Only the second woman Period also. There's another thing you know. Most agriculture secretaries have been connected somehow to farming or farming areas. She's from city. Well you know in the end it did not happen. David will now be nominated. Apparently to be secretary of housing and urban development instead and for agriculture biden went for somebody much more traditional. Tom vilsek may be part. Two former governor of iowa who becoming back into the same job at that he served on president obama right. He was secretary of agriculture. For all eight years of the obama administration but apparently that was not enough for him. He's okay middle of the road described as even-handed certainly knows the issues but some of those anti-hunger groups and environmental advocates who supported fudge. Really are not happy about deville sack choice. It's partly because they want that change at. Usda more focus on nutrition also the environment. But there's another thing. Tom vilsek after he left. The obama administration took a job as ceo of the us dairy export council which is an industry group and his critic. Say this is kind of a sign of their problem with them. They say he's too cozy with the big companies that represent the status quo in agriculture. Why you cover so much of this I in very deep ways. I mean talk. About what policies may or may not change under a biden administration with vilsek at the homeless department vilsek represents continuity in a way but there are things that people do expect change There's been an extraordinary development in the last couple of years. During the trump administration the secretary that the department of agriculture passed out record breaking amounts of financial aid to farmers this year alone. Forty six billion dollars in direct government payments. I think that is not going to continue. There's another thing the. Usda may turn into a bit of an environmental agency play a big role. Perhaps in climate change it has some money. For this rural development programs could help pay for clean energy in rural areas their plans to pay farmers for practices on the farm that reduce greenhouse emissions could also promote reforestation. The us forest service sexy part of the us department of agriculture and those forests are in the way as the climate heats up npr's. Dan charles covers food and agriculture. Dan thanks so much thank

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"deville" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"deville" Discussed on Pantheon

"On you know he's got sixty three necklaces and like i said the The mullet that Intentionally i think over the top mullet going all the way down really well and like the the house band s. A holiday inn in nineteen seventy. Well no he probably fit well with the the look of the the The punk bands back in the day but when he would get up and sing. It'd be like wow. This is different kind of thing than just the other ramon screaming. You know in in the club's echoed. Everybody excited because will had the same kind of following down there which was really cool. There was there was one guitar. Fill that i wanted to highlight that i really liked I'm not sure it was like after the first chorus right. When he went into the second guitar phil. Let me see if i can find it here. Okay she says in the night burner turner it's classic phil that's used in many many songs. It's okay it's just straight on the scale burner note doon doon. But it's it's it's so nicely that stood out to me. I really deserve further. Your argument of straight up strong musicians. Who know when to kind of fill in and went to step back and all and they would they would do that. Because there's a face fell somewhere in there too. It's like after each line. There's either the guitar filler. Based phil or some vocal right. It's something it's like. It's probably pretty calculated that i really liked that guitar. Fail just fits really nicely in there like nfl. You're going to say the the part just before that when it's the dame denounced him to continue. That's something that i love that kind of like. That's kinda spanish beachie guitar. Bam bam pamper doesn't really do it for me. I think that sounds a little bit cheesy while any song isn't a lot of songs we talked about that. That was in When we talked about meghan trainor chip that she has a little bit of emmerson. I just think it's kind of cheesy sound but The the the more isolated fill after that line. It's cheesy in the two thousands and maybe the nineties but not in the seventies because it was probably unique then right and that's why everyone did it. Now that's right that's right I have to say the my favorite thing is probably the the the chorus and the The vocals you know with the the backup singers all to just have that that kind of depth in in the in the song with the with the backups. I just think it's it's a nice song that thing people that probably have missed. They probably to get back on the list. And and i think it's timeless. I think it's a song that could be just as big and strong. Today's as it was in the seventies and eighties. At who can you see. Cover the song besides junk every be ben show. I wouldn't have thought them initially She's unwell him. Thought about that Someone mean bus gags did it. I can stand morris but he kinda sounds like van morrison to. Yeah maybe he knew how much i love. Mars into L. greene many. Oh the reverend you know maybe should just think just think of course that mixed up shook who you know someone with that. Rain has the deep the deep sense of of Of you know that commitment to do that particular chorus and is not just saying words but it feels too at the same time so now green. I'd go on that. How about you anybody. We like bruce springsteen probably yeah probably has covered it. i wouldn't make sobriety. No that's that's that's all i got again. Just the soulful connor returned to. Don't forget about this song because you may have it may may have been fallen off your euless somewhere and probably needs to be put back on them cool. I like it well. I think that's all we have. Do you have anything else. You want to get out there before we sign off. Oh no just thanks. Good responsible last couple episodes and stuff Yeah you having. They like it when we have guests. I don't know what that says about us but clearly people do when we guess I think you know having a couple having civilizations on here is is really helpful because you re rev was able to share some knowledge about some of his songs that we only would have guessed know that we didn't that we ourselves didn't pick up on and that's supposed to pick on fire as well and i've never spoken more about lighting a person on fire than i did on that episode. So so and we talked to you and you haven't heard the last episode. We talk a lot about setting someone on fire so row. Check it out. yeah. I think. That's all i got so remember. We are on social media at wyan l. Podcast on twitter and instagram and we share lots of fun little especially instagram. Instagram is where we're most active. We try to share cheryl funny little little music means and inspirational quotes and all that fun stuff that everyone likes so check us out. Connect with us on there if you are interested in being on the show. That's a great place to message us. Either on twitter or on On instagram but we are also on facebook. we are gonna be starting. Maybe facebook group soon. We got someone who is who is likely willing to head that up so so we'll announce that when it's coming. And then lastly are patriots page It's a little messy right now but if you wanna check that out you can link in the show notes. We're going to be cleaning that up a little bit and getting some new tears and some new rewards for people who support us on patriot. And if there's something that you guys would like to get from us That you think would be a good reward. I supporting us through patron. Let us know and we can see if we can work some of that stuff in so please let us know and keeper. Listen for not just episode like this that we're going to continue to do But we have had especially since the last episode. We did it with with rev. we've got a lot of people actually reach to us. And the list is growing over additional guests at down. The road nichols to talk about music. Like reve said he wasn't getting a lot of opportunities to talk about music so the people want to talk about music are aristander. Reach out to us. Which is kinda cool. Which is nice. And maybe we'll even get revved back on here and stuff. Because i want to talk to breezy as well you know kind of make sure we get the full family thing going his stuff for that too. They're going to be coming back in and other people who are going to be joining in as well. Yeah we'll probably get some. We have some listeners that have mentioned to us that they'd like to be on the show to say we'll get some guys on as well so love. That's it remember to listen to good music. Stay hydrated wear a mask and don't be a dick and we will talk to you next time. Bye folks.

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"deville" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"deville" Discussed on Pantheon

"Blondie and television and talking heads in all of these. You know really kind of cutting edge bands stuff. And here's this guy coming out now. He had look Four i understand he play and stuff like this back then. Or was he doing like song steph. No he was doing this kind of stuff. And it's like you know out of nowhere like he became the house band playing on on mid week while all these other crazy bands coming down and setting the world on fire with the talking heads. Were coming in on the weekends. You know kinda thing But had his own you know really dedicated following and stuff but but like straight up soul coming out of the out of the city and i guess you know this will lead the bills one of those kind of supposedly misunderstood artists from my understanding again. I don't profess to be an expert on him so anybody. Who's listening this. If you have some more information please on attack. Just come in an informant. We know what we may not know. Please man you know you're doing something right when you get when he gives them haters But you know they said when the first albums the cop cub read. I think it was Which had this and cadillac walking Spanish stroll and a pin. Some really good songs on. She's so tough and a small things on was that one. Yeah you would you would you. You probably recognize it It was one of those that was the most under promoted underrepresented in undersold unfortunately in an under appreciated artists in in In albums probably in lot of years from what people said Very connected with The the guy who was really connected with the wall of sound From back in the sixties and seventies and stuff so So has a whole different kind of field during the recordings but to see him live. He has is like really like pencil thin moustache. Long hair. this mullet that puts every other mullet to shame See him out the performing. You know sweating profusely crazy up and down the neck of the guitar talent In all but along. So i can imagine. That's that's the image data that they see you know when he's performing stuff but the songs that they put out on the album were just were amazing and such a this. This has a very familiar sound to some of the a lot of the other stuff that you listen to kind of like the last one did with me right like this is like the the boardwalk rock sound like it's like a little bit of springsteen and a little bit of a lot of bit of john kathy brown brandon so settled and i feel like his voice. Kinda sounds like elvis costello. In in a way i picked up elvis costello which i'm gonna to what it is that light piano that goes throughout the whole thing and then a little bit of that you know that vinton denton dent kind of beachie guitar sound. It's just it's such a specific sound That you hear from some some artists that like is it easy you immediately get like this image and you're like okay this is. This is where we're sitting in here this agenda. We're sitting in right when it's probably just shows to to my the things that i enjoy. You know that my level of comfort with some of that stuff and two for no other reason than to sit back. Close your eyes turn it up and listen to it again. Crete that image. You know i mean. Obviously it's a. It's a sad song because it's about a girl who strung out and you know A who's really deepened throughout the drugs and doesn't really have a way out in all but The the whole the whole feel of it especially in the middle of the song when it kind of kicks up a notch and changes key and then it comes back to the original. I think just has such a smooth feel to it that you can't help but just kind of like swayed wit. Yes so that last chorus he he He does a little. Like i don't know he lets his kind of leads voice. Go in and see if i can find it. Yeah yeah every every course no no you almost want various sounds very easy. Yup almost wonder if that's something that they captured. You know on a forty third. Take or something of the. He didn't do that in the previous takes. We have to make sure we keep that in there because it just seemed so much more genuine kinda sincere on. That's it feels like no one take guy legacy lega like a million takes for all of the instruments and then he just goes in the vocal booth and just does one take. That's what it feels. Like and i guess he was a character. You know so you. You probably wouldn't have them for long if you had an in the studios like let's get while we can because we may not have you know be on this on this planet to feel it definitely has a feel like it's a band comprised of like hired gun studio musicians like really good studio musicians. Yeah i think that's what it was because it doesn't have the feel it's almost too tight to have a field of like a band. Like abandoned is always playing together. Almost feels like the musicianship is to spot on that. You're now because when you have a band you know you get people playing off each other and they you know the the. It's not always as tight but when you get like a group of hired guns musician and this is what you're playing like okay. I'm gonna play the exactly. I think that that kind of is the way he started when he was playing to. Cbgb's and in some the clubs greenwich village during that early punk scene. Let's let's get a bunch of good musicians together. And i'm gonna let my songs over over your talents. Yeah no. I think that's what it feels like. Feel that it has and there's nothing wrong with that it's just takes a tight. I'll tell ya and that's kind of for this kind of music. That's kind of what you need and again it's willy. Deville is his He actually was his name either. His real name was billy bush. Stay b. o. S. a. y. But he he took the stage. Name is willy deville. I was gonna say that's pretty lucky to have a name knits named after a cadillac model. So it's not but in the band he named after mink deville. He named the nut after he named the band. Mink deville and the statement is We sitting around talking about names And some of them were really rude out saying guys. We can't do that. Said then one of the guys said about how. 'bout mink deville can't be anything cooler than a fur-lined cadillac canada. Now the and also remarked about the name what could be more pimp than a mink cadillac. You go you know got have make some sense like this. That's funny But i know in the the musical world Would be interesting to see how some of the people of the pit didn't. The new patriarch page. That were connected with There were connected on network networks. Use me that were connected on. Because i know there are some people who really A deep dive into into the world of music. Unlike you know some novices that you and i happen to be but I think he's very well respected musician and And recording artist. And also you know from mick jagger loving that this particular song and bunch of other things that they've dont'a the other bands that he's played with recorded baas gags actually did a version of the song Just it just it just screams one that you should have on your playlist. Maybe midsummer like said you know maybe as you walk down the boardwalk on on my but i think it's a as a band that probably a lot of people have you the skipped over. They might have heard back in the day But they might have forgotten about. And i think and in you know somewhat like like you just did you know when you go. Deeper into some of the other songs at the potato band has It's not just this one. Cadillac walk spanish stroll. I mean he. He's got some really really strong enough to do version of come. A little bit closer. I think from janey americans i mean he's he's he's got an amazing song right right so he's got he's got A catalog And if you've ever watch him. Go to youtube version of of them playing live. You would think okay this beautiful soulful song. That's gorgeous that you know just just drip soul is being played by this guy know because he doesn't look he doesn't want the he you know he's got he's got the Jerry seinfeld.

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"deville" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"deville" Discussed on Pantheon

"That's the song that i really liked the best. Buy them and they do similar things to this. And that doesn't sound familiar to me. I have to say. I'm sorry it's just such it's such an easy going. Feel that they have in their verses. Choruses tend to be a little bit more little bigger And it's just really. It's really good stuff. it's fun you know it's fun it's really enjoyable to listen to it. It's like deep and profound. A museum of the lyrics are pretty good. But it's not like something that you're like like oh my god. This is having a big impact on me but it's also not not cheesy and corny pop stuff like it's it's just solid music for just just less part favorite song is what i well i i know it is. Let me tell you. What your favorite part of the song is the beginning. When it goes due to an kicks into the scub- beat hundred percent really. Yeah okay. I love going to. We talked about that with river. I love transitions where the either stop in the music or if it's just a really impactful transition from one type of sound to another. I love that that'll always going to see that because there is a stop near the end to the ball. Three causeway way through the song is a stop before that latin trumpet. Kicks in right right though thing. Okay might like that as well. So this has all those that like Okay just put shawn's name next to it because okay what that he likes this. This is a guilty pleasure episode for me for share You know i. I usually tend to bring the cheesy songs that people think are really deep in the cheese and i like because i like to talk about what makes those songs popular and why people actually like those things but yeah this this is not a cheesy song this is. This is a guilty pleasure for me. It's just a song that i love. It's a band that i really like and i think more people should hear it so i wanted to do it. Nice well done so who. Who could you see. That would be the band that you'd like to cover this if anybody you know there was a time where i would say slightly stupid. But i saw them live and i was really disappointed really. Yeah that was another show where i went in the opening bands were fantastic and slightly stupid was headlining and i was really really actually left halfway through their set because they were really doing it was not good. Inner circle opened for them. Though so that was gonna lula who learning bad boys look at. Yeah i saw bad boys played live. That was pretty cool then and super villains also opened for for that they were fantastic. But was uri lupus but really okay good but we left good venue. Yup we left halfway through slightly stupid set because it was not very good but I would say maybe ill scarlett could could not this out of the park but it would be very similar. It would be very simple. we should. I'd love to get the guys from. Ill scarlett on here. I would love to talk about one. There's one song that i've been in love with for years by them. That i would really jane. Since it's not mary jane no. It's actually have we talked about. We talked about them on the summer. Playlist one on that is not on its non spotify. It's called who's got it. And i really really liked that one. But hopefully we can get them on the show. She reveals so else garlic guys. If you're listening to us wine l. podcast. We'll have gone up. I guess we'll have to just tagged them in some of the posts and stuff so Can you see covering. I'm i'm showing my my Lack of knowledge on skopje ends. And all you have a lot more deep dive into some the and especially the punk skies of i'll stick and no doubt. Yeah i can see. No don't when they when they were no doubt late right and before they get free with three rock steady right out. That's what i was when they really felt car. You know kind of really for sure. I could see that one hundred percent because of the range of her voice in all too so i can see that but yeah yeah they can. They could do this for sure. That'd be cool. Nice good choice choice right. So that's what i have I don't have anything else to say about it. I just think it's a really fun. Song with some really interesting. Sounds in it the thing we should maybe try to reach out to those guys to. Maybe they'd be sorry that we can talk about so we talk a million today your head down. If we get 'cause there's talk about what that song too nice next so mine Mine is about straight as straightforward and Predictable as yours wasn't so What i. I've got this kind of playlist in the back of my head that or maybe on every play list that i've ever created for everyone of trips that we have used to go on everything else that i would just kinda sprinkle in a song every so often net. Maybe somebody nelson like this one by the way. Yeah well. it's one of those that you know you. You don't know about that. You know sudden you hear it so often because you dad plays it in the cars. We make an a twenty five hour. Drive down the disney. Something in the van That you think everybody knows this song when no one really does. But it's by mick devel- which is make davila's up is the band name. This a pseudo. Name for a willy. Deville willy deville who Was a solo artist coming on new york city. You know during the punk era and stuff like this but this is so anti punk that it was such a surprise so on the song.

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"deville" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"deville" Discussed on Pantheon

"Changed it up at the end to. Yeah ed but it's not like obnoxious like it's just enough to make it fit in nicely with the rest of the song and what's cool is when you watch him play on stage. The band does that. It's not like they have in the studio. They hired some hired gun to come. Do like when you watch this song. Live like one of the band members as has a trumpet and just picks up and go. Yeah very cool and again. It was reminiscent of when we did the The the song with the rhythm rhythms del mundo album from benefits the social club in play. You know what that'll latin feel and stuff like the same thing but that was an overdub of a song and income like this so these guys looked like the legit have as part of their the feel and the day to day existence onstage in the band. Yeah crazy very cool. No and it's funny like when you watch the videos. It looks like a punk show like when they're playing at festivals and stuff. If they're playing like the vans warped tour stuff like this like you see the crowd and you see this setup and everything like it just looks like punk show and then they play this stuff. It's just like walks. It's just really cool and it works. What do you know about these guys. Just in general the band not too much I just pretty much from wikipedia says they formed in nineteen ninety five They got seven full length albums. One live album in two. Ap's they sold over five hundred thousand albums worldwide. So i was gonna say they must have that kind of really you know Dedicated underground following. Which is one of those that you know. You have to make sure you're not getting yourself into you. Walk into that room and you're gonna have a ball at one of the shows. Imagine so yeah i imagine. They're they're one of the bands are like if they're opening for another band that you went to see you'll end up liking them. The that's happened to me a bunch of times that right. That's happening a bunch of times. And i feel like i don't know if they generally headline most of their shows or if they play in collaboration with other bands but i feel like this is a ban that will steal fans very easily and the us based or the england. I mean it sounds like it could have been something from the uk allah -fornia. okay. I think sense okay. Yeah i think it's california California's cow punk is nothing. More california than than scott on the early two thousands. That would definitely like if i was just randomly going to be listening to this particular podcast and annoying thing about these. That would make me go and try to find more about these guys because the the the catchy you know they want to be something that you want to kind of get a little more deep dive into. Yeah and i really recommend you guys go. Check out some of their other stuff. I can actually play a couple of minutes of the song of. Lay your head down do that. That's the one. I think that. I am pretty sure that you might play me me before..

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"deville" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"deville" Discussed on Pantheon

"Impression. Wow unexpected how cool is that right. Unexpected i didn't expect to go into the scott thing you know. I i at the first chorus so the mad caddies have another song that i discovered pandora And that's what led me to. This is on the same team. It's from the album called. Keep it going from two thousand seven and the song that i really love the most is called. Lay your head down but this one had a couple more things to talk about that things a little bit more interesting but mad. Caddies anyone who who knows me. Well like knows the music that i tend to listen to a lot probably understands why i really would like this song and the in this band. Just some stuff. From wikipedia says the mad caddies sound has influences from broad rating ranging genres including scott which was pretty clear punk rock hardcore punk reggae dixieland jazz. Latin music polka. It's like all in one song right and if you look at the cover of this album it's it's a it's a jazz band is a photo of a jazz band in new orleans like jet. It's not it's not them. It's not the mad caddies on their album. That's the photo so there is. This album has a lot of kind of jazz inspired stuff. I think what. I love about this song is it just keeps kinda surprising you with different things that it that it kicks in and i remember having one night. My best friend's house Brother mike mike. And andy. Leonardo who will probably have on the show at some point. Big influences on me too. We had a night where we were just hanging out in their apartment and we would just pass the phone along and alexa or whatever and just play on random pandora's stations and that whatever comes on we listen to a song and then pass to the next one. They would choose a random station that someone that they liked. And this is one of the songs that came on and my buddy really pointed out that it's a really awesome muted trumpet in the beginning of it. That has this really kind of forties thirties and forties jazz field to this Which is really cool. And i can play a little sample of that suit. He has known. I'm talking about it's at the very beginning and then it kicks into this really cool baseline dude in tune. Tuten tutti kind of a cool walking baseline. Yeah that's why. I wasn't expected at all. Yeah the vocals over at are kind of like drawn out to kind of like drawing but the thing that really hooked me. The first time. I heard this song was forty five seconds in which is where it just kicks in so do to before goes. It's it's really impactful. That goes into that kind of reggae dub. Scoffing and i love those. Those types of like chord progressions folic think of hearing the song and this is actually the second time i heard it. I i'm here. It was when you told me about a week. You're planning on doing this on. I just thought yes. This is sean song. Exactly like i love that. Sound exactly what he would want. So especially when i was in college it was like that was like all we listen to is like dirty heads and slightly stupid an oar and all of those songs just had that dub reggae rhythms through your a surfer dude back then. That's why i was long in narragansett. That's right with you long hair. My hair line was not nearly as high as it is now but it happens but yeah i mean what did anything stand out in this song to you. You know what. I kept saying okay. Well that's cool. That's that's a pretty low like you know the beginning of it like okay. That's kind of the you know like you said the muted trumpet like okay. Sounds very fortyish. I'm thinking school zippers. Maybe something like that and then can zippers. Then it kind of kicked something hot. It's like all right this. Is you know the heavier tones and everything and then when it that part that you just played you know when it went to two and then into that you know that that scott w like didn't see this coming up that mixes stuff and then at the end you know. It feels latin. Felt a little lake You know when we did that song with coal. Play a little while you know a couple of episodes ago. It just reminded me of that that you know here. We are going back to you. Know some stuff that the latin stuff that i liked and also had a mixing of all at the That's the the i e spoke about. These said you like better. I think he might have played half meanwhile ago because that sounded familiar when he mentioned specifically so. It's really cool. Eric leeann that song but this the music is so interesting. Because you go you have the forties jazz sound. Yes you have the kind of latin feel but you have the reggae dub stuff and then the the chorus just kind of sounds like just rock music. It's almost like it's an identity crisis in a good way but it all works so well together that you would like i feel like when you think of like scott punk like you say the mad caddies a punk band and i think when you think of skunk you think of people like streetlight manifesto where it's just really fast scott with fast guitars and ridiculous maze leads and then just screaming over that. Which is i. I love scott punk will do some more scott punk with district lightman for more than that but you. I know you like the scott punk stuff. But you're right right and i think you know i think when you think of scott punk you don't think of of such diverse so if you say like these guys are skunk you're gonna get an idea in your head of what they sound like. You're not going to expect to have reggae and jazz and latin extent polka stuff in there and their albums are also different like the sea shanties. There's one specific album that has like a lot of that kind of sound to it and it's just really interesting sea shanty so we could actually watch a good movie on on netflix about about. It's called fisherman's friends. You would actually really like it. It's about really about a group of guys who sings. She see she had but it was really good movies. Check it out if you my recommendation from listening. Fisherman's friends. i watched it with my father in law was great Yeah but i i. It's how they can bring all of these different sounds together and make it work so well and it's really like when they switched from one to the other it is really impactful. It really makes if you haven't heard the song before it really makes you burn your head up. That's the whole thing. That was such surprise. Me the okay. This is going to be good l. sudden it's like wait a minute this just changed completely and then it changed again and then a change one more time near the end right right. Yeah and those that representation of what they what they do they they have that mix they mostly scour they mostly latin kind of feel or the place like that. It's mostly like a scott at mixed with jazz stuff is mostly Every once in a while you'll get a song and it's like that is hardcore punk so it's really interesting. It's really interesting to me. And i what i think another thing. I don't wanna play too much of the songs. I don't want to get us in trouble but another thing that really stands out to me. Is the trumpet at the end. Not muted anymore. But then though that it's larry latin feeling trumpet here. I'll just play second for you about obama bub-bubba right like that is very latin field to that n what's cool is. He's isolating each one of those notes right. If you're brass player. You'll understand what this is like you know. He's using his tongue to isolate every one of those notes bum-bum-bum-bum-bum-bum-ba on bubba bubba bomb as opposed to just fingering from one. Note to the other where it would be more smooth dude. That's a latin influence. Right and the the latin horns like that. They isolate almost every note. And that's what really makes it. Stand out which is really fascinating. I think if if he hadn't isolated each one of those notes. I think it would sound a lot different. I think i don't think it would stand out as much. I think it would be almost just more cheesy kind of in the background not needed kind of thing but this.

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"deville" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"deville" Discussed on Pantheon

"What's up people this is. You're not listening to podcasts. That teaches you how to actively listen to music one song time. I'm sean o'loughlin. I'm jim o'loughlin also dad dad right about that before we get into the songs that were doing. I want a i give a shout out and say thank you to reverend peyton from reverend big dan band for joining us on the last episode. You guys really like that episode. So we'll try and get some more guests on in the future but that was that was awesome. That was awesome message. Come on and talk to this guy. He's would agree. Yeah if you haven't heard that episode go back listen to the last episode check it out and then come back to this one because it's really good and we had an awesome conversation and it's really long so if you're bored with family festivities during the holiday season and you need some time to block everyone out. That's a good one to do it with so like i said before we get into the songs. Were doing I want to say a couple of things We are now proud. Members of the pantheon. Podcast network you can check them out. At pantheon. podcasts. Dot com will put that link in the show notes. But it's an amazing collection of a ton of awesome different music podcasts. So if you like this show. You like music podcasts than definitely check it out the some really good shows on there and we are very proud to be a part of that group. That's nice edition. I'm psyched that we're in there. Some really good to be with. It's going to be awesome. Yeah we're really really happy. Really excited to see what comes of this and And i'm really excited to dive into a bunch of these shows because there's a lot of good shows that look really good so so check that out like i said lincoln the show notes and as always make sure you're subscribed to wyan l. Wherever podcasts are podcast we are there. Makes you hit that button to subscribe so you get all of our episodes into your device as soon as they come out. Contact us on social media. We are at wyan l. Podcast on instagram and twitter and you can find us on facebook by searching the name of the show that i miss anything awesome. We're going to be revamping. Our patriot page. So you can check us out on patriotic. But we're going to be kind of changing up some of the different Tears and some of the different rewards and stuff like that so give us a little time to kinda straighten that out and we'll we're going to do a relaunch of our patriot page in the near future so so lookout for that as well now. Let's talk about music. I don't have a joke today. Because i've been working all day and i just came straight. You got one. What do you. And i hate the idea that i'm doing a jokes because that sounds just to predictable supposed to be you doing jokes but i have on your music one too so So i have this friend. He composes songs about sewing machines. Yeah he's a singer songwriter. Oh i think. I've heard that one that one wants or so. It seems to part of their. That's pretty good. That's the doubles wriggle. I actually so. I might have shot if you listen if you listen to our Our halloween episode when we had Jonathan and on talk about song Jonathan posts up pawn of the day every day. In and today he had a pretty good one he and all it said was The mall is having a blowout sale on candles today. Yes we'll leave it at that. All right am talking about the song reflections by the mad caddies today which is really cool. We'll talk about that and a little bit. what's on you doing dead. i'm gonna do a song by mink deville Also known as willy deville Mixed up shook up girl that a lot of people probably have not heard of or forgotten about but it needs to be on your own. You're you list all right awesome. So we'll talk about that but we're going to start with mine we're gonna start off with the mad caddies so if you've never heard this on here is a little taste of it so you.

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"deville" Discussed on Two Girls One Mic: The Porncast

Two Girls One Mic: The Porncast

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"deville" Discussed on Two Girls One Mic: The Porncast

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"deville" Discussed on Two Girls One Mic: The Porncast

Two Girls One Mic: The Porncast

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"deville" Discussed on Two Girls One Mic: The Porncast

"I think a lot of people in with like sixty and so many other things that we've dealt with just like the wording on the ballot is already steering you towards an answer so so even there's in education advocacy education. I absolutely agree. I mean i try talking to even people about porn literacy. People don't understand. What does that mean. And i'm not even kidding when i say this. I was called on twitter. I was called a groomer by one of the board members of the rnc. Because i advocate for porn literacy. A groomer we are living in the era of everything. is pedophilia. So yeah really sad. it is just. It's just such an unbelievably stigmatized industry. That it's it's it's gonna take a lot of time and a lot of education just to humanize us to the point where we're worth listening to as people you know it's so frustrating because you are people but it's such a stigmatized industry that that's why people say you do sex so no. Yeah even just silly things. Like i did a little tongue in cheek. A comedic tiktok where. I pretended that someone was calling me. And then i was like it was something like a. Hey girl you gotta juicy ass then. I looked down like i do use yes. Just just see us. No i'm sure man told me you win tiktok but every comment under it was hurt. Male ego aided damaged hurt male ego like say. How could you make fun of the people that made that you make all your money off of and i'm like we need to slow aid like so so there's a long road ahead of us where people oh my god. I don't know this. I was gonna say if it makes you feel any better but like this is not going to make you feel any better. So here's a stereo. About what i do So i might my facebook. Famous name Cyb short for science and babe and other thrown up makeup on me. And i'm passably cute with jewish nationalism..

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"deville" Discussed on Two Girls One Mic: The Porncast

Two Girls One Mic: The Porncast

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"deville" Discussed on Two Girls One Mic: The Porncast

"I don't know if he did or he almost ran his reform back in like two thousand so interesting so they will take anyone. Take anyone pay a higher standards. you are already gone. So here's something. I had no idea. Apparently one thousand two hundred fourteen people registered to run in the twenty twenty elections to the. Fcc did not know that officially actually registered. You're saying Wow that's impressive. because that's very expensive. Actually congratulations to kind west for covid fifth. Look all i'm saying is they were not all. Dnc primary candidates only half wiscon-. You wasn't even on the ballot. Was it a few states. I was really okay. never mind. i don't believe he was. I'm trying to look back on california. I don't believe i like. I didn't even look. I was just like i got my person we're dud you knew you were going. It was it was very close. Call between him and john mcafee. You know it was thinking about it this time. You know the whale sex did it for me though. You know that's powerful. Here's like we're friends with the person who ran his campaign last time around so seriously. Yeah tiffany madison's been a a buddy of mine for like since the five minutes. that. I was a libertarian. Well excuse you bear in mind in the five minutes. You were libertarian. You became one of the top twenty hottest one of the. I was cleared one of the twenty hottest libertarians on the internet. But still and that's and that's out of the nineteen libertarian women on the internet so yeah yeah. I worked hard for the party. Has some good points. Like i feel like it's really turned into lake something. It wasn't before you know what i mean. No matter how like you know entrenched of a i am like i always have like. I'm from new hampshire. I can't not have libertarian streak. I'm always going to be a little bit of a live. Free or die motherfucker freedom. You don't wanna control people. Even with a lot of the drugs stances tyrians want to legalize them. You know so there's a. There's a lot going for the party to. Libertarians are half democrat. Also how democrats and always say. Libertarians are my favorite people to hang out with at parties. Like those are deeply my heart..

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"deville" Discussed on Two Girls One Mic: The Porncast

Two Girls One Mic: The Porncast

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"deville" Discussed on Two Girls One Mic: The Porncast

"I need forty five seconds. I need like the hard part when you're like no. You shouldn't skip a beat now. I'm like i've collapsed now trying to end this arm shaking and you're like there's those few moments for your like look the the world isn't here right now. I've gone to the other side of the curtain. I need to give me a like only men do that but no pushing through that has to be hard it is. I mean you can call. But i try not to too many times and to me. Even though some of the directors don't agree with this. I've just done it. And i'm going to continue to do it all collapse all do what i wanna do. Even though it might not be a beautiful. I mean making a stupid phase. It might not be all the things that they hope it is. But i'm like you know what this is me and if my audience can grow to like it cool if not you know. I'm not gonna keep calling cutter fake every time. I'd rather see performer. Really come per like i. it's like and you can tell. I think that's part of it is like i think seeing someone coming it's like okay. I know they really have that like. That's a good thing for at maybe. It's because women and men experienced porn differently. Sometimes it's just the visual of seeing things going into things but sometimes like it's the facial expressions and knowing oh you had that especially i. Don't watch a ton anymore. Because it's like i know everybody and i love animated stuff a lot. I know what you're on. But i i like the faces more now than i did when i first started because especially if i vaguely know them i want to see that the person i know is having a good time and then all of a secret. Interactions like their exes. Look at that moment of eye. Contact warlike like each other. But they've got a girlfriend and this is almost a secret and them whispering each other's ears you know..

"deville" Discussed on Two Girls One Mic: The Porncast

Two Girls One Mic: The Porncast

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"deville" Discussed on Two Girls One Mic: The Porncast

"It had way more than i needed to explore them. One week was going to give me so then like every other month i was going for a week then like once a month now. Spending two months of every month in la. And then. as. I think i'm doing this. No think actually now doing this full time here. We are all right. I'm moving to la and then it was like so as opposed to those tales of woe. That i that. I think people who don't know much about the industry here you had like the smoke. Hey this is great this way better than you ever could have expected and his last name. Stereotypes is going to be sketchy or they're going to be like creepy man or they're going to be drug so they're going to be like dirty or whatever it was and it was like surprisingly professional and everyone was so nice and i'm like what this is like awesome awesome. Nice it's amazing so you've been doing porn now for what at least a decade ten years. Yeah how okay. So i have to ask. I know it's been ten years. But what's a crazy scene. You've ever sometimes crazy. I think of as like what i had to overcome so it might not be as visually crazy so like some of the crazy stories are like when they agreed to do this big feature. I was the star. I was in a post apocalyptic wonderland. I was this witch. There was almost no humans left on the earth. So i was like decided that i personally was going to lead a band of women and forcefully repopulate the earth even though the men were trying to kill all the rest of the women. I don't know this whole thing. Oh i assumed here. We're going to go down around forcefully repopulate but we only have women but we're gonna really hard. There is almost no women. And so this band of like hunters come by in the mojave and they're gonna kill me but luckily i use my wiles to initiate a gang now. The reason that's so greasy excellent things. I've already told you it's because it was. The mohave. desert was anal. So i haven't eaten your prepping in a trailer because again the mojave desert and the thing you're having sex on is two by fours in the shape of a pentagram sometimes. It's the physical stuff that i'm most proud of. I'm like i'm boss level. Look at the things that i can do..

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"deville" Discussed on Two Girls One Mic: The Porncast

Two Girls One Mic: The Porncast

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"deville" Discussed on Two Girls One Mic: The Porncast

"Husband and a couple of her housemates and we were at conversation camp about whatever friends who normally one of the most like confident guys we know and one night when he was drunk just started going on ramble. I'm a grower not ashore. Okay it's big provice. It's like i said one of the most confident. People we know. Like when the drunkenness suddenly like the fears out and he just has to tell us all. I swear i have a big to and like no one was questioning it. No one asked. No one cared worried is like we all know his partner and she'd never once complained but it's like the dick. Breyer comes out and dies. We love you about what you'd feel secure in your dicks. We're sure your it's great. I mean and if it's broken go to an emergency room. Yeah so much pressure on your very quick question. Note you come from a science background as well. I could have sworn i saw somewhere on porn a pedia. You were a physical therapists and physical therapist. Yes was and currently. So how'd you get into porn weird right. I know so. I never the -sarily on about it. We have met people with a ton of different backgrounds who've gotten to the industry so we love it. You know you you think about your life. And you're like these irs step and step by step. See i never i watched it. I enjoyed it. I was glad it was out there. But i wouldn't have even known like how do you do that. Like how do you become a physical therapist will. You can't good grades in high school and you get into a good like you know you can even google it. It seems so much. More sketchy and nebulous so anyway was a therapist and i always just had a fan like i did. Swingers clubs constantly stuff like that very you know very sexual really enjoyed. Being an exhibitionist. So i started doing a little bit of nude modeling and put it in quotes. Because i wasn't modeling for professionals. I was on model mayhem level. Her casual most shocked. That i didn't end up in porn. Just hearing this. I'm like oh my god. this was my late twenties. You're like wait. i've been there. Yeah so it was like spending money though right they give you a few under bucks. You take up your clothes. You take the pictures great. Whatever so model mayhem is online. Sixty jobs dot com which i was also on was online and my current agent. Oc modeling which is sandra. Had a bunch of head hunters scouring the sites scouring the girls pictures. I guess they found me..

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Making over a 1963 Cadillac

Making It With Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto

06:34 min | 1 year ago

Making over a 1963 Cadillac

"I found the nineteen sixty three cadillac in a driveway. And I wrote to the owners of the House because my in my county you could find anybody's name address to anybody for any property. I never saw this property before. I don't know why I never drew down this road and my friend said hey is a really cool cadillac. You'd be into it so I looked at it and it's a four door fleetwood and I really thought it would be cool to convert in whatever. Anyway it's been sitting in the same spot for forty years so I wrote the people and in the meantime I'm looking I haven't heard from them and they never wrote back. But in the meantime I'm always looking on facebook market for that kind of car like a car that looks rusty and really screwed up just like that. It's like perfect. The bodies like perfectly aligned. It's not crunched routed through to sue and so in a in an impulse. I saw this Cadillac. That just had just gotten posted. It was a seven sixty seven. Eldorado of sixty seven convertible sixty seven Cadillac convertible and so. I just texted the guy in through facebook market. And we wrote back and forth and as we take pay pal like y'all take some in pay pal if you pay me a little bit so I paid fifteen hundred dollars. He delivered it so because I was talking about that other car. Got Me curious to just keep looking looking looking for that type of texture on a car and when I saw this it was a really fast so it showed up in everybody's asking me always that the call from the front yard of the House nearby. It's not I just saw it in so now the car from the House nearby. I don't need that anymore. The satisfies that itch. Okay David how long do you think it will be before he gets out of the written back to? Oh you're muted David. I can't hear you haven't that killed my joke. I said when we record the next podcast. So it's a sixty seven Cadillac Eldorado. Keep saying it's called the Deville sixty seven cadillac convertible and it's it is like people say how bad is it? I'm like it's probably about. It's probably about three weeks away from being completely gone it runs drives has no breaks every time. I try to stop ahead of give myself like twenty feet to coast to a stop and it The floorboards are completely routed yesterday. Me AND MY BUDDY RYAN. We ripped the whole interior out would cut the seat out. You know it's it's basically a convertible that was probably left open twenty percent of its life to the rain so the interior seats are all moldy. And it's been stored for really long time. The Guy got it from has no paperwork heat and really tell me much about it. I think he's like a recovery guy who just like to close at warehouses and soften. He says he got it recently and he just put it up for sale. He says he got he got it running. He claims he put the carburetor on it. He said it was in a warehouse. He took it home. There was no carburetor on it. He found a carburetor and a junkyard. Put It on. It played with a for a couple of hours got it started and put it on facebook marketplace. And that's how I got so it's definitely has not gotten any attention this mice nestle over which I got most of them blown out and What WHAT'S THE PLAN. Are you going to restore to original condition or are you going to modify the whole worms? I just wanted something to creatively experiment with and Okay and So I'm going to basically make like a rat rod ahead a couple of teams tales like. Oh we're going to get it perfect again like no no that would take. That would take a lot. It's like Fred Flintstone Style. Like just kick the ground as you're the body lines straight. That's what I liked about the body lines straight so it's like a good. Both the frame seemed straight and Somebody played with the brakes breaks. Hopefully that just needed just because there's a lot of brand new brake parts. There look like they haven't gotten rusty so this if you look through a couple of shiny parts in the car that somebody like me that'll ambitious and then gave up on it again and So the wiring zoll horrible. It's going to be a nightmare like Patrick's GonNa help move the wiring. I said he goes while we gotTA figure I go look if we could just put like a row of switches on the dashboard. That say you know left? Lincoln right link of the region his that would be easy if we just do that instead of China. So it's just a big experiment to play with and it like I said because it runs I can get in and started. It doesn't sound very healthy but it runs and that's figured half the half the battle so yeah yeah just the fact that you can get it to turn over. I mean that means you're you know you're further along than if it didn't turn over there would be quite a few reasons why it wouldn't move you know and that would take a lot to get so it's really you can at least attack at a time and a funny thing was is. I went on I I I got one on Ebay to buy like all the emblems and stuff for it and then I did buy two emblems for about sixty bucks and one of the blinkers in a said before by anymore. Spend any more money on this hunk of crap. Let me look in the trunk. And so the next day I look in the trunk in every single piece of trim was in the trunk so somebody got an ambitious thinking they were GonNa fix it a pain and and so it has everything even the headlight which is missing in the pictures. Has Everything So I'll just fiddle with it and learn about hydraulic roofs. Semite put my own. Convertible has no the convertible scissor top? It's called the scissor roof. It's all there it doesn't have the hydraulic motor. Which I gotTA figure out how to modify figure out but It doesn't have any canvas on the top so I'm going to get creative and try and figure out something interesting. Like an all tarp simply. Well I was GONNA say like I mean you already had the Fred Flintstone floor in on Fred Flintstone car. It had like bamboo that went up and then forward. And then there's like a piece of canvas that came over and it didn't convert all the back for like a rear window air. We'll go through. It'll probably be fine. Continue that Motif. Yeah so I mean that's just my opinion but I'm just having fun with it and it just reminded me of being a teenager and like figuring things out. I mean that's how I learned a lot so many mechanical things early on is like just wrenching on old cars and I was a kid out drag home any hundred piece of crap and start taking it apart and figuring out how to get started. So that's just my little. I wonder if a little kid me again. I

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"deville" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"deville" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Yeah he did that it'll take a song from princess bride I remember coupe deville well now he should really the bill had a band called mink deville and they they were a big that they've taken back in the days to CBGB's anyway we're talking about his tax official retirement again as well let me tell you when I see an investor whose portfolio includes taxable and non taxable accounts that mirror each other exactly it really makes me scratch my head when I see a retiree with a large nest steak or a high income tax rate you have to think about it and then the investors growing their Iranian there for their required minimum distributions those mandatory withdrawals begin at eight seven and a half currently whether you want to take them out or not and because why is that so that they can be taxed the iris wants to tax them as ordinary income and at the highest tax rate it doesn't have to do that but really think about it it doesn't have to be that way with proper planning which year are in these and other advantages of handling the growth in your retirement portfolio think about this including tax harvesting possibilities and profits that are taxed at lower tax can't tax capital gains rates instead of being taxed as ordinary income let's think about this here's a good hypothetical let's say our retiree is an investor the seventy and a half and has to take these and he's got five hundred thousand dollars and I array and the I. five hundred thousand dollars it is it's in a taxable brokerage account for example for the next twenty years the investor plans to take only those required minimum distributions and let the rest of their investment saving grown content they want their money to grow but not by putting it all too much risk SO the is a blend of stocks and bonds and different funds and maybe some fixed indexed annuities right yeah well that sounds pretty simple yeah except that are retired investor puts the exact same blend of investments in both irate and their non qualified broker in him yeah that's not a good idea no that could cost you thousands of dollars thanks to the affect taxes will have on your returns not to mention the likelihood of duplicate management fees yeah good point way about the management fees and the investor the adviser should have taken a step further by looking at those investments and assigning them to either either war IRA or the brokerage account based on how they're going to be taxed if you have the same or similar blend of investments in your accounts we see it all the time I mean really it's it's like that anyway it it's probably going to cost you money down the road but if you coordinate your accounts instead.

"deville" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"deville" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Nineteen eighty nine extension seven twenty tonight's got still ten o'clock tend to salvos guts in the newsroom when it comes to all of the news tap including some of the stuff tonight as well as some dire weather not i don't know if i'd say dire but just some nasty weather that might be out west so we'll we'll pay attention to that tonight for you as well coming up after the seven thirty news we're going to talk with the chicago gallery news to talk about the river north fire art fire that happened in nineteen eighty-nine nine and how that shaped the neighborhood as we know it today but also lost so much contemporary art in that fire we'll talk about that coming up at seven thirty as i mentioned earlier it's not just all installed a trip mike l. d. ville is in studio tonight to hip hop artist and poet playing at the logan square arts festival this weekend it's got a new album out called maintain which coming out and he's live in our studio so let's take a listen to michael deville here his His song free soul to get away. This was dedicated to Chicago. Yeah. Got. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. episodes for my every fit the description we break into mole soul chicago explosive towns on my skin folks ocean fish fistfuls win the game so drowned in the hope it curated in assam dollar signs and pushing the brands all your care about connections fan forget your club how this con- conscious with bright team that we felt about debasement autism celebration Give up preaching contain the best fit into this. They don't use fake news way of elevate. Just played goal for the coastal soul. Yeah. West. We don't set this pot y'all. Southside southside, we bought y'all fry north side. You know what it is? Let's set it off. What the answer is whispered about from north to south, we the mouth that puts into doubt. He makes the world. We don't force us out. Heroism more risen deceptions questioned in the rhythms of politicking in is all you care about keep reflections fan. Forget your clubhouse clout com. Kingdoms with vocals, keeping no replacement reparations, free book, freedom is what you make the mid that we wouldn't have by fifty. because i know we not just pieces of a whole individually winning control watches glow Yeah. Yeah. There you go. michel deville in studio free soul the name of that track off the record maintain comes out just this week michel deville playing at the logan arts arts festival coming up this weekend and we'll have more from the young west side hip hop artists.

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"deville" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"deville" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"As as wife. She really dedicated herself to carrying on his legacy. She was extremely firm in her beliefs. Very much a product of for time a product of her background, we she and I definitely disagreed on a few points, one of the one of my most memorable moments with her. We were doing an investigation prepare them state, and Lorraine had some very hard line beliefs of, like, what would draw demons and evil into someone's life. What would make them vulnerable among some of the things that she considered to be a damning portals where, would you boards books of magic and witchcraft Tara rodak? She was right there. So, so we were at a home, where she and I both had agreed that the daughter's room was one of the only places in the house that didn't seem to have any activity and later when we were doing the actual ghost hunt, part of the investigation, it happened that we found underneath the daughter's bed board and several books magic, and I recognize actually the type of magic news. Some some darker stuff to be honest. So, you know, of course, Lorraine was like, oh, I mean, she, she immediately wanted to, to know a what had gone on with that stuff and sort of changed, her opinion, the haunting to want to point the finger at at these items. And the thing was is I had gotten a very different read from the from the daughter's room and I. Spend about thirty minutes with Lorraine. Of course, this all always on the cutting room floor to go. Why don't we talk to the daughter because tools and things like that symbols like that? It's, it's really in the hands of the persons, who who was using it. So the question was the kid used it was this, actually going to be like the secret reason for the problems at the house, even though that wasn't the impression? We'd gotten at all. So long story short. We, we sat down, I'd convince Lorraine not to just react to two. So we sat down with the daughter, we found out that the items had been gifted to her by an aunt, who had passed away and the daughter, had never touched them. She just didn't feel that you can throw them out because she felt on the aunt. Yeah, we talked about proper handling of such things, especially the books of magic. They were. I'm pretty open minded, but they were questionable. Some skeptics have looked at their work in. You know, they say these things didn't happen like AMI DeVille horror that house that it just didn't happen. How could they.

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"deville" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"deville" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"But when you not it doesn't seem like you get the most out of your team is gonna point back to the coach. I mean, just that's just what it is. I mean, when I I've watched gangs, and I've seen games, and I started doing this probably oh month or so ago. What's the bra got well before the Braga I heard, but then once we came back. I really. Zooming in when he was, you know, gold time I'll go to the bench. He's talking to Brian Shaw a lot he's not really talking to look what that's problem. That's the problem to me. You're not talking to the head coach he talked to the assistant so relationship, obviously is better with him than it is with Luke Walton, and you go back to tie Lou in the guy that was in front with David Blatt that same situation hit the bra used to go talk to do is that of David black. And I'm just you know, I try to be messy and nothing like that. I'm just looking at it. I'm looking at it for what it's worth. But there's no question that Luke is in real trouble there. There's just there's no way to look at what's been going on with the team this season and come to the collusion that he's on really solid ground. They're just it isn't in for what you're saying key. And to the fact that you go back to the Jackie MacMullan report, you go back to magic getting into Lou early in the season about the team not performing talked to me all of those things. So so that Luke's. And trouble not a huge surprise. But I think it's a gross oversimplification to say that the reason that the Lakers are where they are is because that the coaching hasn't been maximized. Now, maybe there's some improvement to be done in that particular column of things that we're adding up, but there's a lot of other columns that are way short of maxed out to it's not just the head coach. No, it's not into the players. Got obviously thrive in show up. Brandon Ingram has to be more consistent. Can't can't be go from untouchable to packaged up to everybody get-go fan Davis. I mean, you can't go from that to that that just tells me right in there. You're not doing the things that they said you were going to be doing when they deemed you untouchable because now and they ready to move you. But if he was touchable, you wouldn't even they the conversation would be point blank. No in you need that from him you need more consistently from coups DeVille McGee needs a playland down the stretch here. We got I first getting back. Well, that's what this is the second year in a row where he's missed a big. And I get it. It's an injury. There's nothing that he did wrong necessarily. But at some point what what's the cliche thirty seven on support and ability seven you're on the clock today. Like it like an I L Z's, Tom. Ted, right rush. Next. You gotta follow along with. All this Travis. I'm trying. The Canova master plan. New don't sometimes I feel like. Did you do? I don't know. Why don't you get paid? Goes out the name of this show. Here here co. Is a great for radio when we keep talking to long mix master plan. Yes. Let them sucking. Sorry. My hand or Legos. Damn Legos in my pocket. Bring him in. It is a Tuesday, which means it's time for L these top ten. Well, gentlemen, as we know it is smokey Robinson's. Sunny ninth birthday. Birthday smokey. We're talking about how smooth he is. Because he stood up the green. He's still got the lights scan. He's still smoky at the right baby. This monkey. So I started thinking about how cold he was how cool is still. Thought about Motown. So this is my top ten list of the code is Motown songs steel that means good..

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Aretha Franklin seriously ill, sources say

Mitch Albom

00:34 sec | 3 years ago

Aretha Franklin seriously ill, sources say

"The family of a music. Legend is asking for prayers the friends and family of. The Queen of soul have gathered at her bedside sources confirmed WJ News Aretha Franklin is, in grave condition in recent years the seventy six year old Franklin has battled several serious health problems she said, she'd be retiring from concerts, in two twenty seventeen she, last, performed in November of. Two thousand seventeen she. Was born in Memphis Tennessee in nineteen forty two relocated to Detroit before she was five years, old at eighteen she was signed to Columbia

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Will GOP accomplishments in Congress be enough for voters?

Secure Freedom Radio

01:54 min | 3 years ago

Will GOP accomplishments in Congress be enough for voters?

"Florida's two us senators have introduced a national red flag bill senator marco rubio says the bill creates an incentive for the rest of the states to do what florida and five other states have already done and that is put in place strong extreme protection risk orders so that law enforcement and family members have a tool that they can use to go to court convince the judge to this person is dangerous and take away their guns before they can take away anyone's lives senator rubio together with senator bill nelson say the bill also prevents those people from buying more guns deville was introduced following the school shootings in parkland florida that killed seventeen students and teachers linda kenyon washington white house is claiming it's not concerned about a wave of republican departures from congress more than three dozen gop lawmakers are leaving the house of representatives at the end of the year ahead of the midterm elections the wave of departures is putting at risk gop control on capitol hill however white house press secretary sarah sanders isn't worried we're not concerned right now we think we've got a great story to tell after the first year of being an office she says the white house looks forward to touting the president's accomplishments and pushing his agenda greg clugston the white house white house chief of staff reince priebus is telling conservatives to ignore stories of chaos and the trump white house in publishing the results conservative or a republican or maybe even someone close to the line or in the middle on the decisions you cannot possibly be happier so i say forget about the process look at the decision previously served as president trump's chief of staff or six months was interviewed on the salem radio network this is townhall dot com hello beautiful i'm any eric founder of madison reed i hair color company i named after my daughter when i named this company after madison it was a vow on my part to create a company.

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