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"dionne warwick aretha" Discussed on Idol Memories with Nigel Lythgoe
"Random Polar. Thought she'd done well and Simon told her once again that he got a crush on her. For our first live show with an audience everything had gone really well, the contestants would now go out together to a local restaurant and have supper stay awake all night hoping they dreams wouldn't be crushed tomorrow. Unfortunately joined the press coal after the show Agyei, fell down a hole in the set, an injured, his lower spine ended up just losing my balance and falling backwards. It was rushed to see to Sinai hospital where he received an x ray bottom vertebrae were cracked up to each Tuesday nights performance show Randy Simon Ryan. Myself would go to what became on Tuesday night restaurant for about six years. Ago On melrose it was a wonderfully ton in restaurant. They really looked after us every week and unfortunately it's now closed down. I would get the results in the restaurant of the vote that night about ten thirty, and on this particular week, we had just over eight million votes for our very first live performance. I would then work out how we would eliminate the unfortunate competitor or competitors and Charles Boyd Program consultant would write out the information we needed to give to our hosts. It was always a late night. To accommodate the east coast, we would shoot the result show at five PM Pacific Time. On this particular week, we had to release two singers from the competition. Simon was not available to be on the first results show as he had to fly back to the UK on. Business. We didn't want to lose his ominous presence on the show. So we sat a cardboard cutout next to Paula and the jokes came thick and Fast Simon, you look a little stiff tonight but he didn't do too much tax. On who the cardboard cutout of Simon at immovable mouth. So pull the work that like ventriloquist's dummy. The pseudo Homo Bantu usually enjoyed between Ryan and Simon now continued with a cardboard cutout voiced by Paul much your weekend attire your beach move your fishnet stockings your high heels. And by the way Ryan once again, you left your panties at my house last night. It was important that we actually got on with the business and the first person with the least amount of votes was EJ day he was called in at the last moment and he would be the first person leaving the top ten. The next two to be called down with the lowest votes with Jim Varas and Nikki mckibbin. One would be staying and one would be leaving the competition. Of course, in order to heighten the tension, we wouldn't tell them who was going to be. Until after the break. A device that so many other shows copied over the is coming back from the break. It was revealed that Jim would be going home. During. His time on idol he'd been caught he'd been reinstated it being called a loser a now he was leaving the show and cowboy wasn't there to say goodbye. But I know he would have been satisfied with America's vote. Jim took the result graciously and left us with a little message to my guys I love each and every single one of you. You've made my dream come true and that's what American idol was all about making dreams come true. The following week, the top were asked to choose songs from the sixties. Ten years of music that covered pop are embi protest funk, and soul. Music. Among the groups, the Beatles, the rolling stones, and the whole British invasion motown was just starting up. Elvis was still big. The does beach boys, the brothers, Tom Jones Dionne Warwick, aretha Franklin Janis Joplin Joplin Dusty Springfield Simon and Garfunkel and great songwriters like backend David, Jimmy Webb Carole King Neil Sedaka Otis Otis redding and Bob Dylan. So many different styles to choose from and the top eight only needed to pick one song each that they felt they could sing well from the entire decade. However the difficulty of came when we asked them to put their own interpretation on the song and not just to Copycat Karaoke version. Well Agyei Helton started evening with under the boardwalk a big hit for the drifters in nineteen, sixty four and was covered by the rolling stones in the same year..
"dionne warwick aretha" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Berman and Michael Riedel I love giving Michael hard time on most everything and it's not hard to do but for I really have to give us props some of the guests he comes up with a couple of them on the horizon ones coming up at nine OO five this morning less than an hour away the great Hugh Jackman I love the story because some he's got this a movie on HBO which is getting rave rave reviews called bad education is the Roslyn high school embezzlement story and and it was written by Russell high school students in neighboring town where I live on Long Island and so Michael sends an email over to Hugh I email from any says a would you like to come on the show and how many minutes later did you just run into him coincidently on the street yeah I said well I sent the email that I you know got up I put on my mask my hat sunglasses and I went out to go to pick up some food and bow my seed this guy and his wife walking their dogs with the masks on I thought it's you and it's you and deb is wife Deborah and so what I look like Claude rains in the invisible man you know he's all bandaged up it's got the sun glasses on that's right so I've just kind of social distance I said I say I just send you an email and they looked at me like who is it who is this week I I'm I'm not forget I forget that you can't see anybody's face and yeah right and then he's he's not Michael thank you I said it is maybe it is but yet he said he's I just sent you an email back we'll take care of it will be fine happy to talk to you guys so yeah so there you are you know that's it that's great it came over just researching you know he's one away from any you got you know he's got the Emmy he's got the Grammys got the Tony doesn't have the Oscar is nominated once for later writers in this and this must be a great role with the TV movie this is not yeah this would not qualify for an Oscar now they would not it would be another I guess it would be another any even though you have to be a movie but I I'm so with another any for but it is getting rave reviews absolutely now on Monday's show another of well mother of Michael's crony dress Clive Davis coming on a Clive Davis is probably the most successful a record music producer of all time all the grow I want you to tell me all the great to top performers he's represented and produced for awhile I mean to Janis Joplin earth wind and fire Bruce Springsteen Dionne Warwick Aretha Franklin and of course most famously probably Whitney Houston as well as you know his businesses that he started with the with puff Daddy and all the all the big rappers climbed to a ministry thing once I asked him I said you know Clive you come from a different generation of music that Clive loved he loved the standards you know he learned Sammy Cahn he loves Frank Sinatra he loved Broadway as a kid and then he got into pop music and big ballads and rock music and I said but you know you also then managed to shift when rap came in yes how did you how did you respond to to wrap did you really like crap and he said he said no that's not my kind of music I knew what was important but I also knew it wasn't for me so what I did was I hired a bunch of young people who were coming out of that world who knew the rap world the funk world really really well and he said and I let them run with it and select the people that they thought were going to be big so he knew at a certain point in life you gotta delegate delegate to someone else to understand something better than you do which is where we're going to gather a little montage of of some of the people that he worked with and produce for and and then having his winging IT was Arysta records of course here's the there's a little bit of a sampling I was in the mix as well Michael hello yeah absolutely no berry berries one of Clive's early discoveries at Aristide had burying Clive it's kind of funny berry wanted to perform on his own songs he wanted to write his own music and then performing he didn't want other people's songs and you know Clive listen to songs and and and they were good but Clive knew that they were better songs out there so they made this deal early on in their career every time very have an album that Clive got five songs and berry got two songs very once told me every song that Clive picked went to number one every song that I didn't picked never never busted charts so you know what he was doing we'll be fair to say that the Clive day offers well he's gonna pick his five most memorable concert performances that he saw in person and I can't wait to hear the five but what what is it fair to say there was no better set or isn't a better set of eight years in the music business and Clive Davis's I mean I would say he is that he's known as the man with the golden years just because of the longevity and the success and the ability you know because when he hears a song he doesn't hear it the way the world's going to hear it right he just hears the composer at the piano playing it on the piano but then he could imagine how you can take a song and orchestrated and build it and turn into a number one hit that he's producing strength was really phenomenal well Monday at seven oh five nine oh five we have a lot to talk about with Clive Davis will join us on Monday right now it's news time good morning John it is a Joe Namath good morning Joe Bartlett well you're talking about Broadway enjoyable you know yeah animal and yep Broadway Joe all right and we're going we're hitting the eight forty fade to Joe with less than actually you know what happened there I'll tell you exactly what happened on the phone it pops up an alert and just as I was about the throaty what popped up Joe Nemeth because he got a bit of a Middlesex yeah it's seven thirty five thirty five as soon as the name name is popped up I have to say Joe Bartlett my screwed up so I got a job okay and meditate forty we expect that from him hi antibody testing in New York City corona virus was a lot more widespread than previously thought about your regal had it I bet you had this a coronavirus region might have because you long throat issue in coughing right now it's true when I got back from skiing in Switzerland I had that I had the dry cough I didn't have the chills the fever anything like that but the weird thing is if I had it we were all in the studio which means you guys must have gotten into but in my head but yet not a single one of you has been settled right now because we we injected ourselves with Lysol wipes right I I ate a few Clorox wipes they're great they're very tasty that's right that's it and and remember you can between breaks when would run outside and just bask in the sun a little bit he's unbelievable but the only way that this is the first testing they did a sample three thousand new Yorkers and based on the extrapolation here twenty one percent of the people in the city and thirteen percent of the people around the state had been infected and when you kind of extrapolate big numbers all right the governor is joining that fight against the Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell you heard the governor of New Jersey L. Murphy saying yesterday come all man well hello he has taken his shots at McConnell now McConnell who suggested some states like New York New Jersey maybe just go bankrupt rather than get a bailout so here's the governor's response to that all the way I thought I mean just think of just think of what he's saying does your with his questions just consider for a moment what to Mitch McConnell is saying well sure matic Mr matter he did say that New York sends more money to Washington than it gets back unlike McConnell's home state of Kentucky are done in New Jersey you're going to be a quiet summer at the Jersey Shore governor Murphy says we're gonna have to accepting new normal any won't commit to opening the state for Memorial Day we're not in a position yet to begin re opening our state and jump starting our economy I still think that's weeks away yeah he says he can't see a summer where the beaches are packed well Georgia is reopening today nonessential businesses like bowling alleys hair salons and tattoo parlors once again will be allowed to accept customers of president not happy he told the governor Brian can be disagrees with the decision saying it's too soon but anyway that's your call and the the president is not the only member of his administration with wild ideas on how to address the outbreak I don't care about this when Stephen Moore the president's economic a task force member yeah he is censored according to New York times one we just put everybody in a space outfit yeah he was serious about that he said now you have to make two hundred million spaces but that's three trillion dollars we could do that really outside the box the box outside the universe in fact Stephen Moore a guest on the show we should get a mine again and find out more about the space shoot as a matter of our real quickly get a new one from the brain after the giants and the jets both addressed the offensive line with their first picks as was a virtual draft everybody in their own homes and I guess for the most part it it happened there were some technical glitches but it got done number for the giants selected Georgia offensive tackle Andrew Thomas GM Dave Gettleman so they want to fix the offense of line once and for all in at number eleven the jets took Makai backed an offense of tackle from Louisville there you go actually I protect your quarterback so that's not a bad idea not a bad idea and speaking of quarterbacks I guarantee you Broadway Joe Namath is gonna check in when I talk about his great sports moment coming up next during challenging times you need to count on those you can trust them for me best PC Richard and son yeah my home team the other tri state home team for a hundred and ten years you know what we'll get through all this together the situation such.