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"diane warren" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

Rolling Stone Music Now

06:56 min | Last month

"diane warren" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now

"I'm brian hi. This is rolling stone music now. And i couldn't be happier to have with me the absolutely legendary songwriter. Diane warren. who has her own album. The cave sessions volume one coming out in the spring. It's not a album. We're diane sings although she does sing. It's actually an album where she kind of curated other singers to perform. And there's a first single times like this out. That is a really moving song with darius rucker singing but hopefully we'll talk about diane's entire amazing career welcome that's better than other people are singing than me. You can sing. I've heard we were saying you're right now. You're in a beautiful part of your studio. There is a sign behind you. That says finish my song bitch and in fact at the moment you are mid songwriting you were you said they just came from down the street and you have a song in process. Yeah it's really good. But i don't like the bridge so far so got and i really thought this is going to be a phone call not video thing and then i it's like okay. Maybe so maybe getting away from it from a little on so maybe you can actually help me. So i appreciate that you can help me cross that bridge. We'll be deeply honored so you literally were working on the bridge when you were yanked away from from your panel. Yeah been tastic. Well let's hope that is for the songs benefit new weren't about to have a great breakthrough they couldn't really fucked me up and not and i'm just kidding. Let's talk about without giving it away. Some other songwriters steals the idea and two different version and gets it out before you but see. You're in the middle of this writing this song. How long ago did you start it when you're struggling with the bridge. Does that mean you write multiple ones or that. You just hit a wall. Tell me a little bit about because it's an interesting opportunity since you're mid-process right now. Okay it's a really good song not gonna say the title or anything. 'cause yeah ideas. I don't want anybody hearing that idea. Because it's actually a really good idea and i don't know it just. I don't even know what i do. I just know that today. I think when i come back to the office i'm going to get it because the rest of the songs really really good. What was the first spark of this song. You working on right now. Just start playing chords and singing singing the chorus. Basically you know basically every day. I think he wants said twelve hour days. Is that still the case. I mean i've worked all day long. I work every day. But it's not like twelve hours continuously writing. I mean i i write you know and then i you know like my have a meeting and back in the day million years ago like a real live meeting before zoom or zoom meeting. Its isn't all this. It's so weird like that. We don't meet up anymore. I mean but but yeah. That's the new reality. But yeah so i'll have meaning or call which i prefer. The calls picks hundred makeup. There's a lot easier. Do you have days when nothing comes. Or is it kind of just rolling flow of of music and words out of you that that more that i'm just always you know i i kind of look at it like being an athlete and you always have to practice now so i'm always constantly right. I'm always kind of constantly. You know working my writing muscles. I'm always always creating bob dylan. Once said that his his writing is more confessional than professional. Where do you fall on that spectrum. Or is that the wrong way to look at it. I mean it's the right way for what works for for him. I mean i'm not necessarily confessional sitting right about myself you know that'd be really boring this awhile. I woke up today. I went to work. I mean not a really exciting concept for song. I have a really good imagination. And i kind of just utilize that have you ever in your life had any kind of extended period of anything like writer's block not for extended periods. I get stuck on stuff if you have a bridge. That isn't working. Specific part of the song. Does that mean you write multiple stabs at it and then pick the best one. Or how does that work well. It's kind of figuring out with anything. It's you figure out what doesn't work to find. What does work about the song particular. I've tried a couple of things. I'm not happy. With the epithet. Just got those other ways. I can find the right kind of like finding someone a fall in love with you. Get rid of all the people that that didn't work. You can find the right one. I don't know that was a good metaphor. But i don't know how much of this is still valid but i. I've heard that you work in in very specific ways us kind of at least you used to use the same cassette set up the same kind of stuff. Did you stick with that method. Yeah i still have a walkman. I use cassettes. I think it's kind of cool all of a sudden so you know. I just do what i've always done. I just do what. I've always done since i started doing this. Do you still have a little bit of superstition of changing the methods and changing your office and all that. I'm not it's as much as laziness at this point. Well take us through. I mean you you. it's usually. It's it's the piano or guitar and the cassette. And then i think you. Have you have people who work for you. Who will work up an arrangement based on your simple arrangement. Is that how it works. Yeah i mean. I have producers. I work with that can take the song to the next level. Production-wise i'm not. I'm sorry i'm not a producer you know. I'd rather go to the next song. Then you know come up with the right drum pattern or arrangement or you know so. I'd rather leave that to other people that are better at that than me. So yeah it's really interesting because there's other hit songwriters people like max martin and stuff. Who have the song and the arrangement that production much more tightly. I kind of arrangement. There's certain things that all here in a song when i'm writing it you know. I'm just not a programmer. And all that. That's not what i do. But there's definitely things i hear but but someone like max more more a producer writer. I'm just a writer. I'm old school on a songwriter. The way you work is the way they worked in the bronx. I feel like that's kind of feel like continue that on in some kind of way. Now what gave you the idea to do an album end to do it. This way with a curated batch of seniors. It's almost like you're you're a dj. Like calvin harris or something. Yeah yeah i'm dj. diane. That's keep telling people. I thought it was a cool idea. You know it started from mean. I've seen you know. Mark ronson people like that and dj. Or calvin harris dj producers. And i thought you know. I haven't really seen a songwriter. Do that. And then i have the you know i kinda have to thank john legend for for this because i did a song with him and he loved the song on his album then he didn't and so. I gave it to another artist and told john i go you. Just he goes no no get it back. I want it and then you didn't use it again. And then i gateway gave it to another artist..

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The 2020 Oscars' Best Original Song Nominees, Cruelly Ranked

On with Mario Lopez

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

The 2020 Oscars' Best Original Song Nominees, Cruelly Ranked

"About the Oscar nominees for Best Original Song Oscar is of course go down this Sunday anyway we got I can't let you throw yourself away Toy Story four the three little signer member watching the movie thing and then that's a good goal song with a great message okay what else I'm gonna Love Me again rocket man the new song that Elton John did with Karen entertained from the movie so obviously that has a lot of gravitas to it there okay what else I'm standing with you from break through I'm standing that's happens to be written by Diane Warren who's been

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"diane warren" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

Maltin On Movies

10:20 min | 1 year ago

"diane warren" Discussed on Maltin On Movies

"Maltin. You're listening to Maltin on movies and we have Jesse and I have surrounded uh-huh unsuspecting. Yeah unsuspecting willing. Diane Warren Prisoner. That's great that's great. We're so happy to have you here on our podcast. Thank you and happy to be in your in your one of your studios. Yeah this is. Yeah yeah one of the recordings do is a main studio here and there was a cat that lives in the speaker. And that's not a metaphor knows an actually or is it but but maybe it should be a children's book the Cat in the Speaker of the cat in the hat to twenty twenty. We planted the seed. So be it so you never were and see where it goes. We were just together last weekend at the Coronado Island film festival. It was awesome. I'm glad you had a good time. I loved it I loved. Yeah my mom would like to be a restaurant. She told me she's so cool. She's funny she's very I love her. She's really funny. We were like nothing about somebody. Yes oh I heard though we know somebody that means well we I. I'm like a magnet to crazy people. Oh ooh people myself no I just I try. But they're interesting right like at least their interest and you're a person who who's as a songwriter. Songwriter you're somebody who like a poet or writer or even an actor observes yeah. That's observe ideas are everywhere. Yeah you know but but Yeah but back to the Coronado. She's Island Film Festival because the hotel car another still haunt hotel. Tell and I was. I was trying to find out I went to the gift shop and the women there were telling me all the stories because there's a ghost tour found about Katy Katy. What's her last name? Name Not Walsh Katie. She she killed herself. She allegedly killed herself there and so her ghost supposedly lives there were also some maids the hung themselves and some odd murders there. So it's a lot a lot of all right so we were trying to me and my friend went to the room where that Katy person was before she killed herself is off to see if we hear any ghost or anything and so. It's an interesting like I guess. It's the second oldest structure and America. Yes eighteen eighteen eighty eight. Yeah it's pretty wild I mean and it's got a great history and a great Galleries of photos the photos. Like I say I went to the gift shop. Were you know the walls filled with him. I just like I just kind of almost like it was almost like you know what I walked in now. This is like somewhere in time. You know and and someone told me that the the writer wrote out there because it's literally than seeing all the pictures I'm going. Well all I need is a penny in my pocket. Remember that like and but it just like I was like looking at the pictures and just going you know trying to get in their heads like there were there that moment. What were they doing in in one thousand nine hundred twelve thousand twenty and of course? I'm so depressive. All fucking dead. They're all beautiful and they're all dead. Got Really Sad. Oh well preserved. Their Hotel hotel is famous in part because where they film some like it hot. Oh yes funniest movies ever made. And it's an incredible. I mean that's see. It's tough because sometimes I know people have. It's difficult to watch a movie when someone tells you it's one of the best it's ever been. I feel like yeah with some like it hot. I can't help myself see it again. News I haven't seen him for a long time now after being there love to see it again showed it a late Monday. Flown the coup. Every year we show it on on the beach. The film several key scenes with Marilyn Monroe and Tony. Jack Lemmon and Jacqueline on Chris was there was a lovely guy. Yeah and it's it's just cool to be right there and watching it right there with the came out and fifty nine yeah. They're all going to the theme song teams. They're all dead so it was like but I just loved being there. It was just definitely like going. There was like the twilight zone but they were delighted to have you and I was delighted to be able to interview you. And what a talented young. A woman Marissa Corvo. She's great who sang and played played accompanied herself. She had to like do the whole thing herself. She sounded amazing. Yes and shoestring them one after another. My son is a really hard to sing. Those are big songs she was just nailing him. Why do you feel that? Why do you feel your songs are hard to slow there are they are really range? They're really worthy. You know there But when you get them right like when you can hit perfection. They're really good. The reason a method to the madness but songs people come in and they go. Yeah I'm going to be able to you know three or songs in a day or two yourselves. I'm like you're not gonna even get through one incident. You'RE GONNA come back tomorrow and finish not in a bad way like they're not good or anything. It's just that the songs are difficult. Yeah have they always been like that. I don't know I mean probably I. I'm a music nerd. Just why sitting in here right now in this in Aristotle's are engineered to so we're just geeking out sitting here and it's it's like magic and that we're looking through glass where we're gonNA control when the control room and we can look through the glass there and see a drum kit setup with some sound baffle in front of it you see. This is the art of my life. If you go to my my opposite been running out since nineteen eighty five this is. This is my the building. I haven't writing room here. And I my studios. I've been renting down down the street for on on almost thirty five years and I've never cleaned my writing room. So it's it's not nice and neat like this. It looks like a hurricane. Hit it. Well let's probably looks more like a real office. Yes well it's it's kind of probably a health hazards. It's probably all kinds of things but I it's home like this is nice. I really liked being in my writing. My Dad always jokes is true He's never been able to write right a letter on his desk covered in charge skis. Oh I get and I mean my everything around me is covered and everything I stopped here. This isn't really couldn't couldn't work in a in a clean neil meal. I wouldn't know what to do with it. Yeah I've just send you a picture of it. I'll take you'd like to see that. Let me ask you if we were to under stealth of darkness invade your office your true workspace but we find like slips of paper with phrases or ideas. Yeah you'd find all that you know probably cockroaches messages you know eighteen eighty whatever the one thousand nine hundred ninety five so there's things there that you know but they're they're so they're just thoughts that you scribbled because what I find so interesting is you are. I don't want to use a cliche was going to say a work where I am workaholic in your his true. Isn't it you are. You're somebody who yeah for. Sure one hundred percent you come to work every day. Ah Yeah and your job is writing. So yeah and you look at it that way like I don't get it like all you know bigheaded or like you know I'm so cool. Aw Great I'm like okay. I'm GonNa work today and I wanted and I want to do something great. I'm going to create something Greg I you know I. I don't write a song a day or anything but I I work on. Maybe one song all week like today I was working on the song. It's really cool. It's just wanted to get like A. I'm almost done with it. Just part of the bridge I finish the only one little thing away from you know but it's a really good song detail as excited as I do passing the capital records building No no all right. I'm excited enough for both of us. 'cause I've been you know going cassette building longtime yeah again. I think the beetle like Beatles albums I think think about all of it. Yeah because it's cool and my dad's a jazz nut and has raised me. GENO CO Yeah Studios. Yeah Yeah I would feel that more going in those studio. That's that's it for me. Is that when I've gone in and it's like you need to interview Al Schmidt or I know who he is. He's a legend he's got I mean he's still every day working there. He's got to be in his eighties now legend. He's a genius and he's a fellow animal person so we're on facebook together and he's like him and I are released liking each other's commenting because he's a big animal advocate. You should definitely because he. He's the main guy though studio the history like you walk in and you see pictures of knocking Colin. Franks that's what I yeah that more than just going by you know the corporate. No the only reason I like you I grew up appear and as a little kid. Sh- POOP IN SHERMAN OAKS. Okay van is yeah yeah. We're Jewish. School barely went to school. Out of a bunch of schools. We'll Birmingham high. I share all in high. They get kicked all North's junior high. No Hong Yong was a junior high north. Then Pierce College couple years. Yes yes you in a couple of years. Seriously it's not worked out for you. which is really unfortunate? Too Bad didn't graduate college. I know that's not only as as my dad. We were talking talking about you and and the interview that he got to do and and he was saying like you. She struggled with school. It's like yeah I feel like a lot of There are a lot of us that school doesn't it. It doesn't speak to you. Leeann learning should like you. Just don't care about my favorite part about school was having designated time for Choir Capella Group for this later. Yeah exactly so I loved that every day I got to get up and sing and every day I get up and jump Brown dance whatever. That's what I miss. I miss having where there there was no discussion of like There's no time to even more school than me. I'd be like smoking. Enjoy my guitar. A small school can't do that house. Yes yes there's a little redundant but it worked out and that go to classes high and I I mean I..

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"diane warren" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"diane warren" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"So let's say a little bit of a slow around on god oh god back and again like i want to talk now we've got diane warren here she walked as she wants to talk about new song about are all talking about talking about let's say buddy earthquake well with us on alice at my office on the end you feel it you fuck yeah yeah like i say fuck fuck yeah man might that shit was rolling moving i did not feel the earthquake now when you add up and down how much do you i think all gotta write a song about an earthquake that you'll you know sell that home run i mean i thought of i just stood under the door like you're supposed to do yeah very level headed yeah i wanna see my i have a bird there my parents young lives do big animal lover i am yes okay so now this song right but 'cause you were assay office working up every day and you go in there to ride up sundays i tend not to cause you go out to malibu's yeah yeah to go out there and i think now okay i mean color color i do think you really really really see a fucking now really pretty i would have gotten a gift bag are now the great thing about melvin one take my my rescue ranch ranch lots of animals older guy yeah yeah like like lots of farm animals rescued farm animals on farms where did this not slaughterhouses yeah yeah right so don't eat meat you eat me i eat every i mean signs of meter okay i need that kind of all but don't eat the ones that likes the me i mean that's what i hear that but but real meat like you're basically eating a dead body yeah i do that yeah really gross show know how long have you had this rescue ranch a like a like a year and a half and what prompted you to do it i always wanna do it yeah yeah always wanna have a place like a rescue in two at the sanctuary meaning like if i want it to rescue a dog from you do you have dogs i it's just signed on environmental yeah housing goats pigs la lambs now i realize how smart pigs all yeah the smarter yard goats open doors and shit part of your foundation young young young ring foundation and people can make donations no it's not i know you have to do to get donations but it's not one of those yeah so i i find i find yourself at home you are one of v most successful song writers on the planet a tree in the street of data keep going keep it in how often how many songs you right say in a week is where i like i like one week what a week yeah and i'm working on other things and things like that so so you so with these songs i'm sure people have approached you about a jukebox musical guests and i'm looking at one right now oh great that's really cool yeah yeah no who chooses the song sort is followed reading on yeah and letting the the guy who's doing it he's he has a lot of good really good ideas yeah yeah so but you'll have some kind of say over yeah yeah yeah and it's not just all you know i mean it'll be most a lot of hits and then you know i'd like to win at tony yeah you know after you know jen oscar nominated losing the oscars tam halfway done he got how many guys we had one what a one run out a ground me in any yes in you know oscar yeah well.

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"diane warren" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

Sodajerker On Songwriting

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"diane warren" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

"Just thinking about the titles like only can hit like this. I mean on break, my heart is another fantastic title. Isn't it really it seems so but you actually managed to coined that phrase almost if you I mean, that's the beauty of getting it. Right. It's like something that you've heard a million times. But you just flip it a little bit. You know and just say in a different way that no one's are. That's always cool. That's always amazing to be able to do. Of course, the the classic kind of Diane Warren paradoxes that you're not that interested in intending your own life, upside down with romance drama know, who has time for that. Yeah. I'd rather not have to deal with it. I like my own company. You know, I'm not that interested in being with another human being, I'm happy my cat. My cat. Hang out, my best friend. You know, I got friends and stuff. I just I don't need to. Yeah. I don't feel like I need to even though I write these really romantic songs on in the middle of one right now, that's really romantic, but it wouldn't be what I would do. But that doesn't mean. I don't feel it when I'm writing. I do. Yes. So you're almost kind of embodying characters when you right? Yes. Like method acting like method songwriter. You know? That's a great quote. I think him I don't wanna miss a thing is probably the ultimate example of isn't it your ability to transcend, your own nature and just right in the mazing -ly aspirational of sung. Yeah. 'cause I don't really want to hear someone breathe all night. I don't really want them to hear listen to me breathe all night to. I mean that way isn't it? Kind of cynical cynical romantic?.

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"diane warren" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

Sodajerker On Songwriting

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"diane warren" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

"Just thinking about the titles like only can hit like this. I mean on break, my heart is another fantastic title. Isn't it really it seems so but you actually managed to coined that phrase almost if you I mean, that's the beauty of getting it. Right. It's like something that you've heard a million times. But you just flip it a little bit. You know and just say in a different way that no one's are. That's always cool. That's always amazing to be able to do. Of course, the the classic kind of Diane Warren paradoxes that you're not that interested in intending your own life, upside down with romance drama know, who has time for that. Yeah. I'd rather not have to deal with it. I like my own company. You know, I'm not that interested in being with another human being, I'm happy my cat. My cat. Hang out, my best friend. You know, I got friends and stuff. I just I don't need to. Yeah. I don't feel like I need to even though I write these really romantic songs on in the middle of one right now, that's really romantic, but it wouldn't be what I would do. But that doesn't mean. I don't feel it when I'm writing. I do. Yes. So you're almost kind of embodying characters when you right? Yes. Like method acting like method songwriter. You know? That's a great quote. I think him I don't wanna miss a thing is probably the ultimate example of isn't it your ability to transcend, your own nature and just right in the mazing -ly aspirational of sung. Yeah. 'cause I don't really want to hear someone breathe all night. I don't really want them to hear listen to me breathe all night to. I mean that way isn't it? Kind of cynical cynical romantic?.

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"diane warren" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

Sodajerker On Songwriting

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"diane warren" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

"I know you've said in the past that yield typically spend about week on a song book. Yeah. Sometimes how much of that time is spent on the melody vantage, the weds or the arrangement the time spent on the lyrics the other day, I work all day on two lines. And they were important I could've settled, and I just didn't want to because the songs too good. So I'll I'll do all spend the day. I'll spend two days on one line. Wow. So there's lots of revisions jury not weaken. I'm revising as I'm writing an any of the songs just kind of happened in an hour. And then you roll finished on Monday parts of them. Will you know? It's like parts of them are really super easy. And then all of a sudden that one little bridge or that one second. I I just I get stuck on. Right. I need a couple of days just to make the first versus great. How do I make the second versus great? And it takes work. You know, I don't settle. I just want everything to be great. Whether it is or not. No, no. I think you've said that most of you right in is is more intuitive. Rather than a technical? Yeah. It's intuitive. Yeah. But you must be a dictionary. By now. I mean, I don't know. You know, I I don't think about it. I just do it just do what I do think Roanoke in the UK. We probably got exposed to send songs of your small than others you work with share. Or we seemed huge here. Not only ten time. All this love and understanding, for instance. Yeah. Those I love that song. We look that one. Yeah. Yeah. That was that was a big hit in the UK huge over here. It seemed really popular. Yeah. And it's just such a fascinating Choon as especially in the chorus. What do you want to hear a funny story, please? She wouldn't come back to sing the song. There was still. There was a couple of walls every in the second verse. And so I did them has her. So the second. I yeah. That is. And not share. And she never knew that. Now, the secret's out full. No that wasn't her on her own record. It was like a little Milli Vanilli moment which. Yeah. I love that song. And you wrote one for them as well. I I did blame it on the rain. Yeah. Yeah. And I was proud of it. I'm proud of. That's on a really cool song didn't share saying one for you recently for the cries from Syria. Phil. Yes, she sang really great song called prayers for this world. And she loved the song or else she wouldn't have done that. She never does something. She doesn't want to do. But she loved the song. And then she goes now, I don't sound good on it. I don't want to come out. I'm like, what are you talking about? Like, I mean, you know, it was like the twentieth song I'd done with her. And that was like a better vocal than some of the other songs we've done. So I didn't get it. So, but she wouldn't let it be released which made me crazy. Yeah. I mean alongside the shares the governor through Diane Warren play list who is soil. So when the Michael Bolton on how can we be lovers? I ended that deal there. Yeah. That was huge of wasn't. That was actually big here as well. You know, Michael, I did a lot of songs for Michael. He's a great singer. He really people are unfair to him critics and stuff, but he he's fantastic singer. And I did time Levin tenderness for him. I love you know, how he did that song. You know, we we wrote some stuff together. And he always did songs. I wrote which was you know, when he loved the song. He didn't care. The course is just cast-iron on those on. Yeah. I like those I like those kind of choruses here worms. On steroids..

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"diane warren" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

Sodajerker On Songwriting

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"diane warren" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

"I know you've said in the past that yield typically spend about week on a song book. Yeah. Sometimes how much of that time is spent on the melody vantage, the weds or the arrangement the time spent on the lyrics the other day, I work all day on two lines. And they were important I could've settled, and I just didn't want to because the songs too good. So I'll I'll do all spend the day. I'll spend two days on one line. Wow. So there's lots of revisions jury not weaken. I'm revising as I'm writing an any of the songs just kind of happened in an hour. And then you roll finished on Monday parts of them. Will you know? It's like parts of them are really super easy. And then all of a sudden that one little bridge or that one second. I I just I get stuck on. Right. I need a couple of days just to make the first versus great. How do I make the second versus great? And it takes work. You know, I don't settle. I just want everything to be great. Whether it is or not. No, no. I think you've said that most of you right in is is more intuitive. Rather than a technical? Yeah. It's intuitive. Yeah. But you must be a dictionary. By now. I mean, I don't know. You know, I I don't think about it. I just do it just do what I do think Roanoke in the UK. We probably got exposed to send songs of your small than others you work with share. Or we seemed huge here. Not only ten time. All this love and understanding, for instance. Yeah. Those I love that song. We look that one. Yeah. Yeah. That was that was a big hit in the UK huge over here. It seemed really popular. Yeah. And it's just such a fascinating Choon as especially in the chorus. What do you want to hear a funny story, please? She wouldn't come back to sing the song. There was still. There was a couple of walls every in the second verse. And so I did them has her. So the second. I yeah. That is. And not share. And she never knew that. Now, the secret's out full. No that wasn't her on her own record. It was like a little Milli Vanilli moment which. Yeah. I love that song. And you wrote one for them as well. I I did blame it on the rain. Yeah. Yeah. And I was proud of it. I'm proud of. That's on a really cool song didn't share saying one for you recently for the cries from Syria. Phil. Yes, she sang really great song called prayers for this world. And she loved the song or else she wouldn't have done that. She never does something. She doesn't want to do. But she loved the song. And then she goes now, I don't sound good on it. I don't want to come out. I'm like, what are you talking about? Like, I mean, you know, it was like the twentieth song I'd done with her. And that was like a better vocal than some of the other songs we've done. So I didn't get it. So, but she wouldn't let it be released which made me crazy. Yeah. I mean alongside the shares the governor through Diane Warren play list who is soil. So when the Michael Bolton on how can we be lovers? I ended that deal there. Yeah. That was huge of wasn't. That was actually big here as well. You know, Michael, I did a lot of songs for Michael. He's a great singer. He really people are unfair to him critics and stuff, but he he's fantastic singer. And I did time Levin tenderness for him. I love you know, how he did that song. You know, we we wrote some stuff together. And he always did songs. I wrote which was you know, when he loved the song. He didn't care. The course is just cast-iron on those on. Yeah. I like those I like those kind of choruses here worms. On steroids..

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"diane warren" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"diane warren" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"I all I know you've. My friend Holland on Lamont Dozier, Holland Dozier. Holland, kill king, joy, often Stevie Wonder prepared Krakow, David prince. Although so many men, and what about my Facebook, friends my Twitter friends. They're awesome. They're hardcore animal people to singer of all time. Well, God there's so many gracing Riber was Whitney. But there's so many this great singer of all time God. Billie holiday Frank Sinatra. I don't know who's the greatest singer who hasn't sunk Diane Warren song, but you most wish had or would. Well, Adele is a great singer night. She did she demo one of my songs because she loved it. I wish she would really sat and then we did a couple of things I love people here. She's great. But I don't know. I wish I could go back in time. And I wish I could have written a song for Frank Sinatra that would. What I did. I wrote a song from Willie Nelson this year or last year that was a movie that nobody saw to that. I wish people saw it was the last movie star that Burt metals last night, why didn't that movie company push. That movie was great whatever what is the best. I am warrant song that wasn't a hit. But should have been. There's a lot one of them is a song called numb by PECH, boys. None but numb and you MB. Yeah. People can connects us. It's a great song. Grab a lot. A lot of them play default, Diane Warren songs accidentally deleted from existence except one which would you want to be saved. Think of that. I'm going to answer that. Well, let's rephrase it what is the recording of a Diane Warren song with which you are happiest I'm happy with some any of them. But I don't know. Top of my head homeless. Go say, I don't miss a thing. And I find if you hit not want them to be deleted. If you had not discovered or been allowed to pursue your passion for music, where would you be today? Dead, sir. Sleep through. I wouldn't be alive. You know, music saved my life when I wrote how do I live? I was also those my love song to music, you know. Yeah, I wouldn't be around. I don't know how to do anything else. You know? I'd my mom one of the things were it's not like like, she was trying to to, you know, be mean or something, you know, what is real chances that a girl with no one in the music business. Her family is gonna make a living at making music really think about it. That's one. I know how lucky I am. You know? So she's right. I wouldn't I wouldn't I didn't have a plan B. I don't know what to do anything. I mean, and I was like with some shady characters. I who knows where I would've gone. It wouldn't have been good just found your Oskar speech for when the day comes. Thank you for doing this. Thanks very much for tuning into awards cheddar. We really appreciate you taking the time to do that. And would really appreciate you taking a minute.

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"diane warren" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"diane warren" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"And you know, what's crazy like, okay? It was it was interview saying how he he'd missed her. If you go to sleep and my cousin told me about he's saying about Barbara he's gonna miss her when he misses her when he goes to sleep, and my cousin told me about the interview, and I cut that such a good idea for songs, I wrote down the title. I don't want to miss thing. And then by the way, I didn't even actually see this interview until about a year ago really heard heard about it. And I finally saw it. And you thought it was charming or just a good a great song idea. You know? And so now, even though I don't wanna stay awake and hear someone breeze. Doesn't mean someone else doesn't. So so, okay. So and put it's got such just great the whole thing. The the. We Steven Tyler singing that which was which was so called when I wrote a little less lip. No only because I think it's important. How Steven Tyler the picture his daughters live Tyler she's in the move. Starring in the movie, he goes to see an early cut of the movie and her dad is Bruce Willis now, I'll give credit to this to my friend, Cathy Nelson. Who I did a lot of these Disney movies? We did Conair. We did. I don't want to. We did I'm music. She was head of music at Disney time now Kathy has way with artists where you know, she to get Smith do ago, no way semen going to do my song. You know, they write their own songs, and it would be like, I don't know. Remorse. Rock groups doing a someone, you know, me and makes pop sell out. I don't know that time, and she goes, no, I'm going to get him to do it. And then, you know, she called me. She goes Stephen loves any wants to do it. I was like heart for him. The thing was he's watching movies seeing his daughter watched her father, quote, unquote, Bruce, Willis die, and maybe he's thinking a little bit of himself. Yeah. I think that's what that's what how Kathy got him to, you know, involved in really emotional for him scene. And then he loved my song. And I remember just sitting with the what's called sunset marquee and sitting on the piano with him and teaching him the song. I just I was crying as as I'm playing these hist singing just because you know, at the time, I wrote I thought would be like, you know, like a woman singing like a slain Dion or something like that. And then what's so cool about the song? Is when Stephen does it. It's like a it's I love the the vulnerability lyric with this manly, man. You know? So it's such a great. Eight dichotomy or no one's. These would love their husbands don't say that to them and their boyfriends don't say that to them. Yeah. Kind of melts them I been I've put together this week. I had all the songs on. I'm still one of these people that believe it or not is buying songs individually as opposed to whatever what's the app that. Everybody uses where you get Spotify. I kind of just whatever. So I'm doing that. And I had all these singles, but I didn't necessarily realize that all of them were written by Laurence. I've made a Diane Warren playlists, and it's been fun going through listening to like just on a loop all these..

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"diane warren" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"diane warren" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"So I guess that was the first time working with her. Well, I think she'd done songs of mine before that. And then you know, I knew that she had a chance to the Olympics. And let's write the song. We're really good friend. She's one of my really good friends, actually. She's funny. She's great. I don't know if you've done Padre musical. Awesome. How about this me like going? I think one of those was during reach to go. I think that's my song a my friend. But until the course was needed. We're sure I've I forget well. Well, some coins do a Diane Warren jukebox musical there's plenty of. Of you've ever talked about talking to somebody, right? All right. Well, so also ninety six believe it or not unbridled, my heart Toni, Braxton another one, I guess where the artist did not want to do this. She hated. Yeah. It's just like way. How do you saw? I mean, how do you hate that? How do you actually she didn't like it in the first place didn't wanna do it? Then when she did it. And she's like saying, this should I that. I remember being in the studio going like, I told her you're getting Grammy for this. And she did and right, and I guess after shoot, of course, she's still didn't wanna do it. I think lives like, okay, great. You want? You record come out not want you record to come out because club. Yeah. We'll you knew like, how do you? I mean, how shows you can't even sometimes hear your own thing. Actively of she didn't even this is the best part, you know, fast forward like a couple years later. She calls me. She goes, you know, I love another song for you from you. Don't give me another break, my heart. Really? I'm like. That didn't work out for you. Okay. Yeah. All right. I couldn't even say anything to that. I don't know. So you are one of the great writers of songs about love. And yet, I think you have talked about openly. Yeah. So I'm not breaking news here. You said you were never in love. No, not like most people are. No, I love my cat. To some music. I love my friends been romantically in love right about romantic cause. I feel it. I'm when I say, it's method songwriting it is like, you know. Go to draw from your experiences L, you could draw from inspir-, you just feel it. I don't even know how to explain it. I do when I'm writing something I'm believing it. I really am. I don't want to hear someone breathe all night. You know? Yeah. Well, okay. But yet, my cat per all night. Love hearing that helps me sleep. But just so this should sink in for people for somebody who again nothing wrong with it. But you say never experienced love in in that of that sort in one year on break, my heart. And then we're coming to the next one which is Oscar number two because you love me for the monthly up close and personal performed by sling Dion. You've also done a lot with as we were saying earlier, these are great love songs. It just case you love me can be you can trip any way you want. Because to me when I was writing I was almost taking my dad for believing me as running for the movie, and for what results lifers characters saying to Robert Redford capture, by the way, that's almost a me too movie now, but you so you were thinking of it not in love of love of that same. I was thinking because he was also a mentor to her to her Robert Redford character. So I was after he was killed and. I wanted to write something where she was thanking him for believing in her, right? So it wasn't a love song per se. Like, I was thinking I thought my dad like bleeding me over them because you love me because you believed in me. So that's what song was. And then it's here's the ironies become one of the biggest wedding songs. And here's the kind of. Thing toys kind of amused me about it. And I mean, not in a guy way e. Because you loved because you love me like getting married to it. Like what about do? They still love you. Say it's still a good wedding song..

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"diane warren" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"diane warren" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Hi, everyone and thank you for tuning into the two hundred sixty second episode of awards chatter. The Hollywood reporter's awards podcast. I'm the host Scott Feinberg, and my guest today is one of the greatest songwriters of all time. A one woman hit machine for more than thirty five years who has worked with almost every major singer of that time span from Barbra, Streisand and share to slain Dion and Whitney Houston to beyond say and lady Gaga and who's responsible for giant hits. Like, how do I live? I don't wanna miss a thing. If I could turn back time where them of the night. Nothing's gonna stop us now because you love me, don't turn around unbreakable heart can't fight the moonlight, and so many others, the great Diane Warren of whom the legendary music industry executive Clive Davis once said, quote, you know, how people are always saying no one write songs like they used to while. Diane is someone who does close quote Warren was the most successful songwriter of the nineteen nineties has been called the high priestess of heartburn. Aac and his virtually synonymous with the power ballad, but has found success with almost every genre. She has had thirty two songs. Practice billboard hot one hundred chart and nine top it. She was the first songwriter to simultaneously have songs at number one and number two on the US charts. And she was the first songwriter simultaneously have seven songs by seven different artists on the singles chart at the same time. Furthermore, she has written more than one hundred songs that have been featured in movies ten of which brought her best original song Oscar nominations, but none yet a win. Meanwhile, she has won Grammy EMMY Golden Globe and critics choice awards each for different songs. She also won the billboard music award for songwriter of the year in nineteen ninety seven nine hundred ninety eight and nineteen ninety nine was named the American society of composers authors. And publishers pop songwriter of the year in nineteen ninety nineteen ninety one nineteen Ninety-three nineteen ninety eight and nineteen ninety nine and their country songwriter of the year in two thousand and she was inducted into the song. Writers hall of fame in two thousand one today at sixty two she is still going strong and pumping out songs as great as ever and over the course of our conversation at the officers of the Hollywood reporter, she and I discussed all of the above plus much more including how she emerged from troubled childhood, and I began working in the music biz the origin stories of greatest hits several of which almost never were. And what inspired the trilogy of call to action songs that have accounted for her three. Most recent Oscar noms till it happens to you from two thousand fifteen hunting ground performed by lady Gaga, stand up for something from two thousand seventeen Marshall performed by Andre and common. And from the two thousand eighteen Ruth, Bader Ginsburg, bio doc RB g which itself has been nominated for the best documentary feature. Oscar the song alpha Knight performed by Jennifer Hudson. So without further ado, let's go to that conversation. Diane. Thank you so much for comments to see you as always, and this is a little different than most of these. Because usually when somebody comes on this podcast. I don't really previously know them don't have much to do with them. I feel like thanks to the long suffering period that you've had with the Oscars number ten world friends. I've only been around for the last four I think before that was before my time so long as yes. But it's been fun, and we'll get through all of it. But I guess the begin with. Let's just say for the record where were you born and raised in. What did your parents do for a living? I'm from van Nuys, California. A local not a lot of us. My dad sold insurance. My mom was a housewife and was music big presence in the house grownup. Yeah. Two older..

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01:51 min | 2 years ago

Delaware Starts Legal Sports Betting Today Ahead Of The Rest.

"Department saying it will fight the recent federal court ruling that president trump can't block twitter users from his account the plan to appeal was announced this week just days following a manhattan judge's ruling that the blocking of twitter users amounts to a violation of the right to free speech seven plaintiffs filed suit against the president and following the ruling the justice department confirmed they were indeed unblocks the president takes to his twitter account daily touting accomplishments and talking political issues to his more than fifty two million followers the justice department has argued that the president's own first amendment right allows him to bar people with whom he doesn't want to engage from his twitter account in new york grenell scott fox news songwriter diane warren being sued over one of her biggest hits that he wrote for the band chicago man is claiming that songwriting legend diane warren stole one of her biggest hit songs from him over three decades ago and now he wants millions lawsuit according to tmz was filed by brendan graves who says he was fourteen years old in nineteen eighty seven when he wrote look away which warren wrote for chicago in a became a number one hit for the band grave says diane copyrighted her tune eight months after he submitted it to the national schools make music competition in england where he lived the competition was fostered by division of emi records in the suit grave says he thinks he am i gave diane access to his song michelle pollino fox news fullscale sports betting coming to delaware barely three weeks after the us supreme court cleared the way for states to implement their own system because failed sports lottery experiment in nineteen seventy six delaware was partially exempt from federal ban on sports gambling and that led to the state getting a head start in the sports gambling business lisa lacerra fox news radio.

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"diane warren" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"diane warren" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"Trust me yeah so it's hard to get like songwriters new songwriters i mean you have a name you've been around for a while so you probably get to negotiate yeah you know it's better i've probably better time than somebody new but yeah has that changed for me mean but for young people starting out where used to you know i don't know they take your publishing early on i had a horrible publishing deal where the publisher had all of it you know but yeah the start you know it was probably the best thing that happened to me because chance what's one of the best things that are happening i signed a publishing deal years ago but it was someone that you know believed in me you know and is way to get my songs out you know but you still their contracts god no no i'm i'm only i've owned my own songs since nineteen eightyseven all mine that's great our down like that that's so you're rich i do good i do well i guess i guess so i mean i you know i i mean again it was never and never did it for the money but you know yeah i do very well that's very hard i see that stand that so there's a documentary and ruth bader can call the notorious rv gee i don't know what it is right now i'm writing a lot of songs for for supreme court judges stand up for something was written for marshall the movie on good marshall and i wrote a song all fight that general jennifer hudson sings in in this documentary is great documentary and the songs kind of good to maybe it'll be number ten you know.

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"diane warren" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"diane warren" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"No his last couple of albums you've been covering frank sinatra songs that sinatra gets great wow job dylan's singing autumn leave i bet he grew up with those songs that's probably really personal to him and he has you know it's the band in there in the studio do it all when room at capital right and then he's got his great pedal steel player who plays a sort of a version of the nelson riddle arrangements pedal steel sock shows that we check those records out there just did a sign that that it was such a amazing thing for me is willie nelson wow yeah that keeps kind of one of those guys options to me and i'd written the song for this movie this movie that just came out it's called the last movie stars starring burt reynolds it's a great movie read about that i love the most if you have a chance watch the movie and i wrote a song called get here and senator willie and he called and goes you know willie nelson like oh my god he's like do you mind if i do your song is it okay if i record it do you just ask me if it's okay if word my song ever said i'd prefer you didn't now plea that's okay i'm right wherever you go don't you don't do this on good no like host so excited about that record just you know what he does he's kind of like sinatra like they inhabit the song his phrasing nobody show unique amazes is a singer but a guitar player everything he does these bursts of rifts and stuff like between the versus you know on his harvard just like stunning in for like another planet he's got a different sense of rhythm than anybody else he's just great i wanna go to maui and have maui wowie smokes malley lally with them.

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"diane warren" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"diane warren" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"Or or what she throws him off a cliff and then it's like to beat wait to be continued i guess not who knows yeah yeah afterlife rhyme with continued like what i've been nude pre premier kit dude wow that's going to be exciting when we get that bounce the must have played at your house to to an with the with a cigar going absolutely tb see tv see everything telling that be like that of yogurt place it's not a yogurt place called or tcp tacb and that was also elvis presley's thing tcp taking care of business yeah you'd have like a lightning bolt and said tcp and he would have like necklaces and rings made all his boys wore these tc beaten well yeah you sound like l dollars useless elvis trivia for you all right would you like to write for that you haven't who's out there that you really like since i can't right for elvis is that who you would you write for anyone ever okay you know it would have been great great race on for frank sinatra yeah that would've been cool would you pick sinatra over elvis or would you go elvis over i think i'd go sinatra i mean i love them both but more satisfying salary writer written some really sad you know late nights on for sinatra in cool who who who who up joe little story yeah no great songs right cheeses have you heard bob dylan doing this.

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"diane warren" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"diane warren" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"Sure it is he crying something that it goes on i think so yeah it goes on so so nine oscar nominations how many grammy nominations i think this year was like my fifteen so fourteenth i lost so let's see what do you that nine oscars fourteen fifty s a lot but below people one them for singing my songs yeah that's cool so the name name a few of those because that's what listening i think like tricia earwood won a grammy for how do i live toni braxton one female vocals to the front break my heart on i know there's others i it's off the top of my head so it has to be a kick sitting there listening to forget to say thank you oh shit right shopping to have them with them i'm a big uk artist that like became like a superstar few years ago doing a song online calling me loved it hurt like this names pulling the faith and she's great but we're in my friend that produced the record we were watching the brits on online it's was like it's like they're like our grammy's and say she won for best vocal or best record whatever for that song she forgot to thank me and she's got to think that my friend who produced it come on thank you thanks her kids she thanked her you know her her you know her parents cut her hair stylist so when you you grow up advan is the beatles you get interested in songwriting then what how did i.

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"diane warren" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"diane warren" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"All right you know but but it was it was a proper play with music but it ended with his last show in clear lake where we would just bring the house down which was good fun how fun oh it was great it was really great so songwriters don't get to bring the house down they get to watch their songs spring the heck out our other performers yeah he's to do much just sit on who's darren who's the greatest for what's the greatest performance of one of your songs that in your mind boy there's a bunch of them i mean look file selene you know i mean i don't smith steven tyler doing of wanna miss a thing is probably one of the best performances i loved andrey with stand up for something i thought brilliant the current song yeah perperformance was just as good as anybody's that's ever done in my songs where yeah absolutely my ninth oscar loss knowing yeah yeah well it's not nice oscar nomination but my the many nominations nine nine number nine oscar nominations let me just make that a complete sentence diane warren is sitting opposite us and she is reporting on her nine count them nine oscar nominations oscarnominated songs asked me how many times i've won how many times have you one diane what about grammy's i won one grammy that's great you know a long time ago for it was for song from a movie for because you love me a lot of people have won grammys for for singing my songs but the real gift is when the songs get these lives of their own.

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"diane warren" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

All of the Above with Norman Lear

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"diane warren" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear

"All went very bad very quick reaction to its well as anything you know and the beatles songwriting wise they're so structured their chords they're things they did was deep man it wasn't just something but it washes over you know like that the brian wilson kind of thing where it's just wash everybody if you stop and deconstructed right it's what's hard is being simple as very hard yeah but when they it's like the thing the whole key in with everybody here knows what's making it sound making it seem easy right even though it might have taken hours and hours and trying to figure those courts out or figure out that script or whatever whatever it is to make something who else can you talk about that followed the beatles if there is any actor you know group or person that gets the same has received the same kind of respect from you guys i think all he brian wilson yeah i mean as far as artists that right i mean you know there's been a lot of i loved prince bowie bowie you know yeah i mean there's been a lot of really mean but no one for me personally that had that where there were like the beatles i mean just that that that just knocked me over the head but i loved motown motown had great great songs ball on broadway in london and on broadway play the character that was important in your buddy holly larry well that's like i think he was probably the first person i was aware of.

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