4 Burst results for "Don Van Vliet"
"don van vliet" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Star Balu Williams I'll tell you what he hasn't even cranked it up yet so. Going to have a lot of help there and we'll see the big. The big thing is when they when they play the Lakers. This weird thing about this bubble nobody's got homecourt advantage. You just have the you know you just have two teams playing out. The one thing is that I always thought about abroad if he was into it mentally is that this was gonna help him because he doesn't have to get on any planes and fly anywhere as we know when you're older, that's what these guys want. To avoid is take an extra flights during the playoffs. The toughest thing Lebron do what get on a bus and play in the same place all the time saying and play in a bubble. So you know I think it'd be great I. I would think that the winner will go out and I in the East I picked Toronto I don't know how you feel about them. That they could beat Milwaukee and I felt that they can be Boston and they've got the knowledge from winning last year. I know they don't have that's a big deal but and they and they you know before games they're playing at G. League team the nets so they just. Just a total. Dorados really the bet playing great now in east. Sounds like the guys I play with in the morning at six forty, five G. League squad. So do you? How. Much does lowry's ankle? Bother you in terms of I know they have this great band Powell everything else they have league and scored thirty. Wearing no pants, he's turned into a stud on this team I think lowry and Vanfleet. Games to a whole new level without quite Leonard. I actually think this team. is in some ways not all but in some ways, there are a little bit better than they were with Kuwa- why did it all in my opinion? Did it all with Siaka and nobody else did Jack now you've got seven or eight guys producing on that team not just to. Well you know the big thing to me is going to be in whether this series against Boston or if they advance against. MILWAUKEE, you know down the stretch of these Games who's GONNA hit their shots late who do you trust you trust Siaka you're gonNA Trust. Kyle lowry. I I I would be concerned about itself because you need all hands on deck on that team are GONNA be able to trust? Fred. Van Feet in a big spot. I mean last year could trust Kaleida to get your home. Especially, you know late in the game when it comes down to final possessions, that's that's the one thing we were wondering about with Toronto because otherwise they've got a ton of different ways to beat you. They compete like hell they defend nick nurses a hell of a coach to me that's their only on a answer. The question is, can do they have a guy who can lead you down the stretch from playoff game and make big winning place? You know I don Van Vliet did that last year hit big shots and now he hits even beer shots and from another three feedback the guy's pulling up from twenty eight, thirty feet. What do you think a Boston has to do to deal with that team because they don't have hayward he was about a seventeen piece but now that's the seventeen piece and that bench there's doesn't make up that seventeen spot but can brown tatum and. Cambe and frankly smart and comp Marcus smart. What are they gonNA do to be a well. Well. You know what they're going to have to. First of all I wonder you know Jason Tatum Jalen Brown has been very outspoken about being frustrated in this bubble's GonNa carry that going to impact their play. Are they going to be happy staying there I? Don't know how they voted, but it would seem to me. Those guys didn't want to be in the bubble anymore so I wonder if Brad Stevens and teammates are GONNA have to get those guys refocused on the mission at hand and that's winning and they're gonNA have their hands full. I. Mean Look Campbell Walkers never played deep in the playoffs before this the first time you know he's out of the first round in his life we'll see how he reacts so far. He's been pretty good. Pretty. Good. But you know it all starts with tatum and Brown and they're just going to have to play those. Those are the guys are going to have to rely on Boston and he'll the other problem with Boston is yet perimeter. Wise. They've got those guys were great defenders against you know the the players we talked about for Toronto but size wise pocket Marcus. Okinawa? Big. Series. Because who who's WHO's the big that you worry. You know that that are going to help Boston shut down those guys I. Think Toronto's got a big advantage for Boston. They'd have to get just remarkable play out of Tatum, Brown and Cambe and smart to advance. In this series you know that the bucks are going to win and the heat already dead when. You don't think that the heat shoot the ball well, enough to be in a series with Milwaukee Kaz I mean I. think they eat you better than anybody Well. They have a lot of guys who were first time in the playoffs you know and so we'll see how they do against a. you know a much better opponent than you know this is step up. This is Milwaukee the class of the east basically with and tenant Kupu, and you know we'll see how George Hill and these guys. Also they didn't WanNA play. You know where their heads are to be at when they play you know when they finish off Orlando where their heads going to be out for the next series against Miami it's going to be a good series. It's going to be tougher. Milwaukee but I still live with specked Miami Milwaukee could. Get by Miami I would think they have to I know look Miami shoots it well, and they've got Jimmy Butler and they've got playoff experience and dollar Jae crowder but Milwaukee I still think you know once they got over that initial blip and they did not play well in the initial bubble in the in the in the run-up games to the playwright three and five, but they got their act together they can. I think. They can handle Miami. I'd be surprised if in but they got knocked off by the heat at this stage. So do you think the? Rockets have to get westbrook back to be because I think Schreuder and the thunder are about to roll them. Well tell you what I picked Oklahoma City before the series I'm still going with them..
"don van vliet" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Vice big brother You know I made my way to Amarillo to see that show and it was deal and Daniel definitely yeah. That was my first exposure. Daniel Johnston and the thing about Austin as an awesome night. I can say this. It's a pretty parochial town and getting that validation from MTV really mean the chronicle had already adopted Daniel but but that really put the Cherry on top as far as the city adopting him and and there was. None of the Austin scene at the time was built around bands like the true believers without one hundred veto and Zeitgeist. That later became the reverse. Glass I with Kathy McCarthy and these bans that that thought they might have a chance at MTV and then they kind of the biggest band in town to the extent that they were here but they were from here was about whole surfers. Who were sort of pariahs to the chronicle because it was clear they were never going to be accepted on. Mtv although ironically they ultimately did but but so daniels canonise is something that I've always found fascinating you know like reading discussions. I was reading an IRA robbins of trouser. Press reviews of Daniel's work prepare for the show. And you know there's a little bit of hand wringing about Oh you know is mental health and is this. Is this right to you. Know had qualms questions about this line ization of Daniel Johnson. Somebody who's obviously struggling with mental illness and to me you know that's sort of a recurring theme on the show. Talk about so many casualties who share their musical gifts with the world and then paid us. Enormous price and and Daniel did pay a higher price in a lot of people in his his mental faculties. Were more extreme than a lot of other artists. But I don't really see. Daniel is different than other artists. You know I mean he's obviously a powerful songwriter and like you say a gifted pianist and then his visual art only improved over the decades. And so now he's to me. Don Van vliet Captain Before. It's the only other rock artists. I know of WHO's had a successful art career is Daniel Johnson. Maybe John Lennon sketches. But then he's John Lennon so and so I'm just fascinated daniel sort of this multi-talented figure and yet and a lot of ways he's not functional enough to Ha- to be seen as a careerist and so I don't know I just find that team fascinating to do struggle with that at all that you feel like am I harming Daniel by bringing more attention to more. How much do you feel like you had to protect Daniel? Oh I mean not at all. I didn't think about it from moment. Daniel you know as I came to know because I was privy to. You know an insane amount of audio. Diaries and written diaries and things like that. And also you know became friends with Jeff. Tarnow Danny was the puppet master of his own career. He was very much driven like Gillen leads driven when he invaded Greenwich village in the sixties and hit the folk scene. There was a lot of talented artists. I mean we can replace you know the rivers or Zeitgeist or Kathy McCarty or any of those bands with Dave in rock or other folk artists in the village. But you know just like Gillan was better so as Daniel. You know And he was not shy about a he. He was not that artist hiding in the garage. You know painting crying songs and asking people hey you know. What do you think He knew he was great. He had the goods. He was prolific. He had this incredible body of work and then he was driven to come up with a unique way. You know outside of mainstream culture forget the MTV moment. 'cause I was just a great moment. But he really came up with his own Version of disseminating his art and getting it out into the world and it was very unique. So what did he do? We take cassettes. And he worked at McDonalds and put them you know usually a hip musician in town or cute girl and he would put that in your hamburger. French fries sack next thing. You know you gotta tape handmade tape. It's like getting a little little love letter and you pop it in and I fell my God. That's good that so that really worked. That's spread real fast. In according to people he would stand on the drag and handed out almost like a guy with a sandwich board so he did that. And then the same thing with the art you know this guy put out thousands of pieces of art and got them all the people around the world who had this art over the years and how do they get it. Well you know he would trade them Though the comic bookstore people come in and buy them and he was already a little mythical character and people picked up the real cheap. And it's got out there and spread. You didn't wait for the galleries to show up for the museum. He just put it out there. So that was Kinda brilliant and He knew how to promote you know. He would make a great handmade posters about shows and promote those kind of things and then of course you know. Wmu In hoboken. I give more credit to for really breaking Daniel on more of a national level Yeah no doubt. He conquered Austin but that body of work he did really was before he got Austin. It really was recorded in west. Virginia you know he made he made a name Austin and then. Fm YOU IN hoboken New Jersey New York broke it wide and gain. You'll didn't credible promos for that. He did a one hour radio broadcast that you know I've called it. You know the equal if not better than Orson. Welles is a war of the worlds. It's incredible and really a radio drama. Dvd I highly recommend anybody. Who hasn't what's all the bonus tracks on DVD to do it it's it's incredible radio and Wfan new blog the whole hours up and boy. What an entertaining. How radio 'CAUSE DANIELS DOING He's doing this persona that. I call Mister Showbiz you know. You really get him in overdrive promoting his own career and he's doing multiple voices and characters and overdubbed on his cassettes. And it's really something so anyway for anyone listening to this I recommend to go to the FM you blog and check it out so highly. And I want to jump in and get a play a song snippets. Who can hear some Daniel on? We're going to hear I Dan is primarily a songwriter. He's a great performer. But his songs also have this transfer ability and make great cover version. So we're GONNA do pairings where we do Danes original cover of it and this This one I one is rocket ship by Daniel Johnson. And then we'll hear Kathy McCarty version.
"don van vliet" Discussed on Back To Work
"Now must not have stuck. I cannot go back to your frown. Listen to that. And you're like what is this? It's it's over. Nosing out. It's like, it's all so goddamn weird. But every note of that was intended it is made more weird by the fact that he refused to use headphones. It was just listened to the vibrations through the wall. Oh my God. What a character. I'm gonna find that box. Video don't end your captain beef are dive with this vox video. But it's not a terrible place to start just to give you some context because it is it is willfully difficult music. But it there is a sense to it. I recommend messed replica replica put in showed us, if it leads me, it doesn't let me send it to you. Hey it worked the word. Yeah. Don van Vliet came up by captain before. So now, I gotta find beef part Zappa high school, I'm really cutting way into the Danta killer. So I feel like you should get back on track. Well, the other thing that we were gonna talk about was we're going to talk about our kids learning to write code to do a little bit of programing. Yeah. Yeah. And my son out of the blue one day said, you know, I think I'm ready to learn how to code now. I think I'm ready to learn how to bright some programs because I think I mentioned his one of his passions in life is video game surprise is in eleven year old boy, and he loves video games. And but the goals for other context at a time when I talked about with Syracuse all the time at a time when most kids would prefer not to use the computer, the the weird old guy thing they would really rather use the the ipad. It's so interesting to me. But he he's he's lots of tinkering electron ick projects, he games. But but but here it is he wants to learn to program..
"don van vliet" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Could whacks on poetically on any subject that an interview with throw at him you know i had the privilege of doing howard stern show years ago and he someone who i i think he's fantastic the truth the truth comes with our yeah i i love howard and i can tell you the persona that he has a radio man right and what he talks about is that's one side of him sure that that that's happening you're listening to it and it's it's an experience but one the microphones are off it was very much like like how my father was i say this to kind of contextual is the the the difference of franken stage and then i'll character yeah there was this you know frank would slip on the performer frank persona and he loved have you know it's those shows were funny there are so many things happening in those shows so many different emotions you know when the show stopped he was a very engaging a macho italian guy right you know and and i guess making my point about howard the second the microphones were off you know the guy he couldn't have been nicer sweeter or you know like hey are you okay making sure people are comfortable in the studio that's what i that's what i witnessed and you know for other people that i know that on the show they all say the same thing and he's certainly different i think he's a kinder more gentler howard now than he was oh back on new york new york radio and all that yeah but the story is that an i crave when if anyone ever runs into me and you have a frank story for those of you who are listening right now i actually love hearing them and i heard a really interesting one when frank was a a teenager that that this was i wanna say it was john french and i'm gonna totally mess the story up who played with captain be far he was he knows a girl while back it up even further sorry i'm derailing the show but i was like hey john i wanna go see where i've never seen my dad's house i wanna drive down to the lancaster area yes so holland and because john's out there mike hey would you be kind of like my frank zappa sherpa and drive around for what you you know know and he's again let's let's do that so i'm in the very near future my little sister and i will probably make that journey which i'm sure will be you know really fun but i wanna try to meet you know i want to go to the high school i want to kind of soak it all in but he was just telling me that that a female friend of his was just commenting on what a nice young man frank was like how right but yeah and and thoughtful and you know which is you don't really get to hear i say hey let me tell you story about your exactly exactly which jewish mother like really eat shit onstage never fucking i never wanna eat shit onstage g g allen the only fucking guy in music that eight shit on stage and i don't even know if that's true that's took it now i think that starts from divine and you know from what say not eraser pink flamingos yeah so anyway you're you're you're kind of in the ballpark of my next question which is you know what made zappa zappa you know some say it's your grandfather in the military work that caused f z to rebel or maybe it was the desert in cavorting with don van vliet in high school whose captain beef heart in high school other say franks love for edgar verison other expense experimental composers like eager stripping small of those things i would say are definitely contributing factors the the heartbreaking story i think frank writes about it in his autobiography but i i could be wrong so don't yell at me if i if i if i am wrong but the it's weird because i'm going back to his child at the thing that frankly frank told me that my mother and i would talk about that's a real heartbreak and if i swear if i cry if this is an oprah moment we we have have so think you'll get a car thank you so this is this is heartbreaking to me and i.