24 Burst results for "Donna Summer"

Peppermint discuss performing virtually in quarantine

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

03:49 min | 8 months ago

Peppermint discuss performing virtually in quarantine

"Everyone I m peppermint and I am. A. Citizen of the, world. You know what? We haven't had that intrigue yet. That's the of those intros. How how is your energy rejoining us after having already been at another? Some sort of virtual event today. Yeah. How is your work going right now? Are you finding that you're able to work in these times? I'm doing a lot of work, but it's not necessarily. I found I found myself in in in the wake of. Summer Twenty Twenty doing a lot of the the work that Folks like US often do I'm to enlightened people or at least an. Open, the door on our experiences to help bridge a lot of those gaps and so there's a lot of conversations taking place this summer in light of everything that's been going on, I would be a lamb with protests translates matter. with with pride you know you know over the summer taking on it obviously and much needed different kind of feeling than it had and so. I was I was I've been engaged in a lot of those conversations and I have been able to. Have a couple of. Moments here, and there I did a a drag show or to myself I have an album that I produced and I'm going to be releasing next month and so there's little things like that. I would be I would totally be lined. I said Oh this is just Like, last year and it's totally a great substitute. Yeah I mean first of all congresswoman album and second of all the candor I think that that's that makes a lot of sense to me I guess. have been seeing a lot of drag performers transition to like a more virtual space but mine used to I mean I've I've done stand up in a virtual space as well it is. It's doable but it is totally bonkers also you know like it's not it's Doable. On doing drag. Virtual. How does that? It's it's literally I. Don't know. I mean obviously there's some some a little bit of an essence of stand up comedy for other lives like drag performance Look. It's like you can. It's it's just ego blasting because. Five drag show at a concert or at a venue where it sold out, you're in it for the minute you hit the stage like this going to i. mean you know everybody has bombs every once in a while but for the most part, if you know your stick and you know your routine and you know yourself, it's GonNa go great. They'RE GONNA love. It can be very happy. They came for a drag show that's what they're getting. In you know there's so many things that can bust up the energy and be like you know total buzz kills in the in the era of zoom drag shows you know like the Internet going round wrong. People are like what's the link? I can't get in you know all that's up and then you're doing the show and you're like doing lip synching that like you know Madonna are Donna Summer Song and you realize when your neighbors are banging on the floor which is. Sealing your floor. The Hell Up, and then all of a sudden you're just as somebody in your living room dancing around. You know and you're like Oh. Gosh. What am I doing? There's one. I got to stop

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Interview with Peppermint

QUEERY with Cameron Esposito

07:34 min | 8 months ago

Interview with Peppermint

"I start by having guests introduced themselves would you introduce yourself? Absolutely. Hey everyone I m peppermint and I am. A. Citizen of the, world. You know what? We haven't had that intrigue yet. That's the of those intros. How how is your energy rejoining us after having already been at another? Some sort of virtual event today. Yeah. How is your work going right now? Are you finding that you're able to work in these times? I'm doing a lot of work, but it's not necessarily. I found I found myself in in in the wake of. Summer Twenty Twenty doing a lot of the the work that Folks like US often do I'm to enlightened people or at least an. Open, the door on our experiences to help bridge a lot of those gaps and so there's a lot of conversations taking place this summer in light of everything that's been going on, I would be a lamb with protests translates matter. with with pride you know you know over the summer taking on it obviously and much needed different kind of feeling than it had and so. I was I was I've been engaged in a lot of those conversations and I have been able to. Have a couple of. Moments here, and there I did a a drag show or to myself I have an album that I produced and I'm going to be releasing next month and so there's little things like that. I would be I would totally be lined. I said Oh this is just Like, last year and it's totally a great substitute. Yeah I mean first of all congresswoman album and second of all the candor I think that that's that makes a lot of sense to me I guess. have been seeing a lot of drag performers transition to like a more virtual space but mine used to I mean I've I've done stand up in a virtual space as well it is. It's doable but it is totally bonkers also you know like it's not it's Doable. On doing drag. Virtual. How does that? It's it's literally I. Don't know. I mean obviously there's some some a little bit of an essence of stand up comedy for other lives like drag performance Look. It's like you can. It's it's just ego blasting because. Five drag show at a concert or at a venue where it sold out, you're in it for the minute you hit the stage like this going to i. mean you know everybody has bombs every once in a while but for the most part, if you know your stick and you know your routine and you know yourself, it's GonNa go great. They'RE GONNA love. It can be very happy. They came for a drag show that's what they're getting. In you know there's so many things that can bust up the energy and be like you know total buzz kills in the in the era of zoom drag shows you know like the Internet going round wrong. People are like what's the link? I can't get in you know all that's up and then you're doing the show and you're like doing lip synching that like you know Madonna are Donna Summer Song and you realize when your neighbors are banging on the floor which is. Sealing your floor. The Hell Up, and then all of a sudden you're just as somebody in your living room dancing around. You know and you're like Oh. Gosh. What am I doing? There's one. I got to stop this. Before you hopped on, that's what I was talking to about the with producers my. My girlfriend has like a normal. She works in publishing she like works in and so she's on meetings all day but they're like you know business meetings, but then I will be like within earshot. Doing whatever it is podcasting like fully show there's like taiga like nobody actually wants to hear a full hour of stand up by accident led by. Choice that's that's. That's not I. Know it's not. There's this thing in standard called hijack shows, which is essentially where you're performing in the middle of a bar and. Bar Patrons don't know there's GonNa be a show. It's like everybody's having time, and then suddenly a stand up show starts. or it's always terrible for everyone and that's what all of twenty twenty feels like is like. From within my own home. Yeah Well I also would say I mean. For you, there's also a different amount of effort going on in terms of crap. Before show which I would imagine maybe it's harder to feel like. One would want to do if you're just GONNA be like in your own living room. but maybe that's not true. Sir I mean there is a certain amount of prep that I mean there's A. Specific. Amount of that has to take place. I don't WanNa make it's not like the easy. Especially now that sort of the the. The pressure and the owners of being the technical person director the you know all that stuff is on our shoulders whereas before I was in a position. I I should preface it by saying I believe that drag entertainers are some of the true renaissance people because many of us, not all of us but many dragon retainers do their own, their own makeup, their own music editing, their own on PR, their own you know own costumes make our costumes. You know they have bring our fashion background into it. They have to figure out how to be a standup comic, and then if they're doing impersonations, they have to beat do character study like all of these technical things go into and so that's that's enough and now I'm the it tack you know Never Forget this summer. And I now not running and I'm so sorry, this was not the attitude that carried into our. Conversation today but a month ago I was sitting down for a very important conversation with a bunch of other folks and we were having this conversation about a black transnet and everything, and then my internet. Stop stopped and gave out which was in the next all the way, the other entity apartment and I'm like, Oh, my gosh, I, have to get into I have to go Switzer Internet and get back into this conversation. So I ran from one of the apartment all the way to the other and did you don't you know because I had already done a show I think the night before something and I did a full slide down the hall on a Silk Cape? CAPE. Not. Robe. Not. Pillowcase Cape. Down the hall and I fell and I tore my meniscus apparently own no. The doctor after having the MRI. A few weeks later

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The Strip Search Scam

Casefile True Crime

04:31 min | 9 months ago

The Strip Search Scam

"McDonald's employees who worked double shift were given a free meal to taught the Niveau. Laura took a short break to wait before returning behind the counter. Also working that not was fifty, one year old Donna. Summer's one of the restaurants assistant manages. Like Laura some as was relatively new to the franchise. She had been working there for about eight months. Just as Laura returned to serving customers, the restaurants phone rang at full fifty six am. Some has answered it. On the other end was a man who identified himself as a police officer named officer? Scot. Officer Scott explained that, hey, had McDonald's corporate on another lawn as well as the latest students the store's manager. He was calling because a child who had banning the restaurant earlier had her coin purse stolen. The culprit was believed to be one of some employees as. Hey provided a physical description of the suspect young watt and fame ow with a petite build and dark hair. She was wearing McDonald's uniform. Officer Scot also described a tie that the suspect was wearing. Some is immediately thought of Laura. Flach. Aw. Even. Though her work record was exemplary, she'd fit the suspect's description. Perfectly. While leaving office the Scott waiting on the phone. Some is beyond Laura and asked her to accompany her to the manages office at the back of the restaurant. The small krant room had a tiled floor with a desk and account top running against opposing wools. This services were crowded with a computer and various items of stationery. Filing cabinet sat to one side and boxes were stacked behind the bench. Perched up I in the ceiling was the say, Tei? Camera. Some has led to Laura into the manager's office before locking the door behind them. She then informed the Laura that police officer had accused her of rubbing cast them a-. Shocked Laura immediately protested her innocence telling her. Dona of never done anything wrong I could never steal. Some has responded that a police officer had described Laura as the person responsible. Officer Scott was still waiting on the fine. Some is switched between speaking to him and Laura. Officer Scott informed some as that Laura had two choices. She could either submit to a search for the Stalin purse the Ben and there Oh, she could wait until an officer came to arrest her and undergo a search at the police station. Upon learning of her options, Laura started to cry and begged to be taken to the police station. So the matter could be cleared that. Some as handed the phone to Laura who spoke to office got herself. After doing. So Laura, great to be searched on the spot. Offices Scott issued instructions to summers who in turn relayed them to Laura I Laura was asked to empty her pockets. She did so without complaint. After handing IVA KS and herself Iron Laura revealed there was no stolen purse in her pockets. Office gone suspected at the autumn could be hidden underneath Laura's clothing and ordered her to undress. But this time another assistant manager named Kim Dockery arrived to stop work. Kim. was set to replace some as for the evening shift. Upon, discovering what was happening in the manages office came off to what was going on. Some has refused to say at office a Scott's command.

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"donna summer" Discussed on Z104

Z104

03:11 min | 10 months ago

"donna summer" Discussed on Z104

"Wait so much time and energy. I look up and the rose You take over Complicate means decay. Just give Wait. Teo. Can't just keep Does Cape Commercials. Gun music 10 for a killer. Donna Summer. Give Itto Give itto someone give it to August. My thoughts is not.

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"donna summer" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

04:28 min | 10 months ago

"donna summer" Discussed on Pantheon

"To whoever needs to get it. Just so you understand you'll be found standard expensive just go outside your house, throw it. Probably. I'd as long as it gets to a radio DJ WHO's going to read it to whoever? Needs to. WHO's sending the letter or who signed a letter to will hear it. On the radio. So yeah, right. So I said, most of my legal correspondence. I assume that the various people who need to get that that stuff will just they'll hear it on the radio that so you know and. Thirty three cents or whatever. I served I served divorce papers twice just by calling up. WCBS eight eighty. Dear Time Warner cable enclosed. Please find my check. The Time's eleven. Oh, wait. We Have A. Tenth collar. You've won the contest What is your name? John over call my lawyer by. Okay that. Oh and I I apparently want to Stevens. Okay. Thank you so much for listening This has been the story song podcast. Please follow us on the social like instagram twitter and facebook. If you leave a five star review, it certainly appreciate it and please if you enjoy the show and tell them to listen to. Write a letter, drop it off at your. Write a letter, throw it on the ground. And hopefully, it will get us way to DJ. And they can. They can tell the world about it so. Uh thanks again for listening. Dan. mcnerney I'm Rachel oakes Michael, sale way back next episode when another Great Story Thank you for listening and good. Bye..

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"donna summer" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:28 min | 10 months ago

"donna summer" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"To whoever needs to get it. Just so you understand you'll be found standard expensive just go outside your house, throw it. Probably I'd as long as it gets to a radio DJ, who's going to read it to whoever? Needs. To. WHO's sending the letter or who signed a letter to will hear it. On the radio. So yeah, right. So I said most of my legal correspondence. I assume that the various people who need to get that that stuff will just they'll hear it on the radio that so you know and. Thirty three cents or whatever. I served I served divorce papers twice just by calling up WCBS eight eighty. Dear Time Warner cable enclosed. Please find my check. The Time's eleven. Oh, wait. Have A. Tenth collar. You've won the contest What is your name John over call my lawyer by Okay that done. Oh and I I apparently want to Stevens. Okay. Thank you so much for listening This has been the story song podcast. Please follow us on the social like Instagram, twitter and facebook. Five Star Review it certainly appreciate it and please if you enjoy the show friend, tell them to listen to. Write a letter, drop it off at your. Write. A letter, throw it on the ground. And hopefully, it will get us way to DJ. And they can. They can tell the world about it so. Uh, thanks again for listening Dan mcnerney. I'm Rachel oakes Michael Sale Way back next episode when another Great Story Thank you for listening and Kabbah..

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"donna summer" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

06:48 min | 10 months ago

"donna summer" Discussed on Pantheon

"That's right. Yeah Yeah. I was going to touch on a couple of her platitudes. He won five Grammy Awards. It was nominated for thirteen others. She had thirteen multi, platinum albums and eleven gold albums. In two, thousand, thirteen, she was inducted into the hall of fame although. What's the word I always ask? Thank you after her death and let me just say rock and Roll Hall of. Fame. We, we have it show here in the Pantheon. Eric that's about the raccoon hall of fame and They A. They have the I've been listening to it. It's quite good by the way I really enjoying it but they have the same attitude that I have about the hall of fame, which is I really want the rock and Roll Hall of fame it to be called. But I will forever hold out the hope that someday it could be cool and they can actually get it together and get the right people into the hall. When they're supposed to because she was nominated of course, she was nominated. You know the first time to eligible yeah and they didn't didn't put aretha six years by the time he did she was dead. Rain in the right she's not summer she using I bet she's a first time valid whatever permit she gets in the first ballot. Get Outta town. Oh. Sorry. You got to get the Moody Blues in there but putting Donna summer. Any trail, but she is now in the hall of fame as she should be. And I feel Love was inducted into the list of preserved recordings at the at the Library of Congress's national recording registry. And some are passed away in May twenty two from lung cancer. So Sacks but. Credible woman. The Best I will also say this, the album, her album that this is from which is on the radio greatest hits volumes one and two is an amazing album. It's a compilation album of her previous hits it. She had so many hits that leaves off a lot of hits by what's great about this album is that the songs kind of flow continuously one into the other And it's super cool. That's awesome. I mean, she wants dance. It's yeah. It's it's to. The original release has records but It would start and stop after like five songs, but every song would flow into. The next and I it's so well done. It's not just. They didn't just take some existing recordings, put it on record and release it. It's produced as its own album and it's so good. Man I'm a Donna summer tonight, right? Yeah. I'm going to be I'm going to be all really all alone in my house dancing too. That's what you're supposed to do. Right that's right. Yeah I'll flashlights on and off. I'll do a ton of. Dance. Around my empty house. That's right. All right. We'll take a quick break when we come back, we'll talk about the lessons we learned from this song with lessons learned. WanNa be a part of the PODCAST. Leave us a five star review on Apple. PODCASTS is the best way to help other people find the. And if you do or read it on the podcast podcast podcast podcast, the word is lost meeting back. Yes. All right we're back. It's hyphen lessons learned what lesson We learn from this song Rachel with you listen to learn from on the radio. Here's what I learned is no matter how much you want to. Don't fix your clothing. Do. Not Meant your clothing because you never know how it's going to change. Your Life Might Bring Your Long Lost Love Bat for crying. If he had some of that overcoat, this would never have happened never happened never would have happened. So you got those holy socks you keep them holy. And also. Out of business, keep a letter in there. Yeah. I'm going to have a bunch of Taylor's at my front door. A doing to me with pitchforks. Yeah. You're egg is. Yeah Yeah I, mean you know. That's that's why people keep holes in the needs of their genes in the nineties. That's right. Yeah. We'd heard this song and we knew that you know we had all in your clothes. You gotta keep it there because. You never know what's GonNa Happen, your letter of fall out of your pants through your knee whole. Find that. And they'll read that me whole letter yeah yeah. Judge Your Life that's in the nineties is so we called love letters nils. Present That did not catch on. I'll go ahead early. We literally we were the ones who set it nobody knows the three of us. which is really hard to push that. No dice. I remember a lot of people a lot of things I. Want you shut us. So I will say this. So my lesson guys this a little unorthodox and I hope you don't mind. But. I. Actually I actually sold my lesson. To a sponsor this week. And so. What I would say was guys and ladies out there. Are you looking for love. you are not able to find love your life your little only. by a radio. Things are connected. I'm not sure but I just I'm just reading the copy here as said. So yeah, just by radio and Help you find love Dan. We spoke about this. We looked about this. Those Radio Shack people got to you again didn't they? Look. They're not even around anymore they just keep trying. Trying so hard a well that's why because as the crowd went said they drove a dump truck full money up to my house. So. I cannot say, no. This week's episodes brought to you by radios. Radio Shack, just the concept of. Like. None of physical radio, just the concept of the radio. The actual the radio waves? Brought to you by. So. Yeah. So that's that's my lesson. So once again. The radio. Sell out. Michael. It's your lesson. I learned that Stamps are expensive Save on postage, send all your mail to your local radio DJ. And they'll read it.

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"donna summer" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

06:48 min | 10 months ago

"donna summer" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"That's right. Yeah. Yeah. I was going to touch on a couple of her platitudes. He won five Grammy Awards. It was nominated for thirteen others. She had thirteen multi platinum and eleven gold albums. In two, thousand, thirteen she was inducted into the hall of fame although What's the word I always ask? Thank you after her death and let me just say rock and Roll Hall of. Fame. We we have it show here in the Pantheon Eric that's about the raccoon hall of fame and they say. They have the I've been listening to it. It's quite good by the way I really enjoying it but they have the same attitude that I have about the hall of fame, which is I really want the rock and Roll Hall of fame it to be called. But. I will forever hold out the hope that someday it could be cool and they can actually get it together and get the right people into the hall. When they're supposed to because she was nominated. Of course, she was nominated. You know the first time to eligible yeah and they didn't didn't put aretha six years by the time he did she was dead. Rain in the right she's not summer she using I bet she's a first time valid whatever permit she gets in the first ballot get out of town Oh sorry you to get the Moody Blues in there but putting Donna summer. Any trail, but she is now in the hall of fame as she should be. And I feel Love was inducted into the list of preserved recordings at the at the Library of Congress's national recording registry. and. Some are passed away in May twenty two from lung cancer. So. Sacks but. A credible woman. The best. I will also say this, the album, her album that this is from which is on the radio greatest hits volumes one and two is an amazing album. It's a compilation album of her previous hits. She had so many hits that leaves off a lot of hits by what's great about this album is that the songs kind of flow continuously one into the other and. It's super cool. That's awesome. I mean, she wants dance. It's yeah. It's it's to. The original release has records but It would start and stop after like five songs, but every song would flow into. The next and I it's so well done. It's not just. They didn't just take some existing recordings, put it on record and release it. It's produced as its own album and it's so good man. I'm a Donna summer tonight, right? Yeah. I'm going to be. I'm going to be all really all alone in my house dancing too. That's what you're supposed to do. Right that's right. Yeah I'll flashlights on and off I'll do a ton of. Dance around my empty house. That's right. All right, we'll take a quick break. When we come back, we'll talk about the lessons we learned from this song with lessons learned. WanNa be a part of the PODCAST. Leave us a five star review on Apple PODCASTS is the best way to help other people find the. And if you do or read it on the podcast podcast podcast podcast, the word is lost meeting back. Yes. All right we're back. It's hyphen lessons learned what lesson We learn from this song Rachel. With you listen to learn from on the radio, here's what I learned is no matter how much you want to Don't fix your clothing. Do not meant your clothing because you never know how it's going to change your life might bring Your Long Lost Love Bat for crying. If he had some of that overcoat, this would never have happened never what happened never would have happened so you got those holy socks you keep them holy. And also hours out of business keep a letter in there. Yeah. I'm going to have a bunch of Taylor's at my front door. Doing to me with pitchforks. Yeah. You're roadway is. Yeah Yeah I. Mean You know? That's that's why people keep holes in the needs of their genes in the nineties. That's right. Yeah. We'd heard this song and we knew that you know we had all in your clothes. You gotta keep it there because. You never know what's GonNa Happen Letter of fall out of your pants through your knee whole. Find that. And, they'll read that me whole letter yeah yeah. Judge. Your life that's in the nineties is so we called love letters neo. Letters. presence. That did not catch on. I'll go ahead early. We literally we were the ones who set it nobody knows the three of us. which is really hard to push that. No dice. I remember a lot of people Salah things to us like why don't you shut us? So I will say this. My lesson guys this a little unorthodox and I hope you don't mind. But I actually I actually sold my lesson. To a sponsor this week. And so. What I would say was guys and ladies out there. Are you looking for love? you are not able to find the love your life your little only. by a radio. Things are connected. I'm not sure but I just I'm just reading the copy here as said. So yeah, just by radio and. Help you find love Dan. We spoke about this. We looked about this. Those Radio Shack people got to you again didn't they? Look. They're not even around anymore they just keep trying. Trying so hard a well, that's why because as the crowd went said they drove a dump truck full money up to my house. So. I cannot say no. This week's episodes brought to you by radios. Radio, shack just the concept of. Like none of physical radio, just the concept of the radio. The actual the radio waves? Brought to you by. So yeah. So that's that's my lesson. So once again. The radio. Sell out. Michael, it's your lesson. I learned that Stamps are expensive Save on postage, send all your mail to your local radio DJ. And they'll read it.

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"donna summer" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:53 min | 10 months ago

"donna summer" Discussed on Pantheon

"And that's how the album was press in history was made because mislabeled and then they were like well. The already pressed what we're not gonNA, take it back. So the name just stuck. So Donna Sumer became Donna summer and that was her professional name going forward. Amazing. So in nineteen seventy-five Marotta was working for another artist and summer and Moroder wrote a song for her originally called Love to love you. if you ever, if you're asking who that artists I don't know I searched really hard. That name is lost a history apparently, but they may not want anybody to know. Well. Maybe but the reason the way the story goes is that Moroder in summer wrote love to love you and some are recorded a demo version. With her singing to to give to this other artists whoever it was. That demo tape was passed to Neil Bogart who was president of Casablanca records. Bogart played it at an industry party and the crowd went nuts. Insisting that it'd be played multiple times in a row. So bogart's like. Well, we gotta hit our hands here. So He. Bogart suggested tweaking the song title to Love To love you baby signed summer to Casablanca and summer moroder produced a seven inch single version and a seventeen minute. Version. The single version seventeen minute version I think is the album version. Maybe it's on the album too. Yeah but. But Yeah I mean obviously it was produced For to be played disco 'cause seventeen minutes long. And the single reached number two on the one hundred in early, nineteen, seventy six. And especially, notable feat since most or many radio stations banned the song due to what was called Summers suggestive moaning. And so the lottery. Song. I mean they're not rock. It's it's a Steve Baby is an amazing song. Yeah. But it's it's definitely. They knew what they were doing stay. Right. But yeah, I mean the fact that again, a lottery stations refused to play it and it's got the number two just goes to show the strength of hugging the song was. The seventeen minute version is the album version. Love to love you baby is side one. Yeah. I actually did that a lot. I think a lot of her albums would have like one or two very long songs on one side. And a lot of. Songs that you know. Of Hers. Do you have these very long discotheque versions. Again meant to be played in discos and they would just they'd be like fifteen minutes long. So so then after that so now she's on her way or she's she's arrived basically she a number two hit in the states and so after that summer. Continually working closely with Moroder Hennion, extremely successful string of hits both commercially and. Summer had a top forty hit in every year from nineteen, seventy, five to nineteen eighty-four. Wow. including. No Yeah. Well here's here's what I would say. The crazy thing is that her moroder basically invented disco. Dancers didn't exist. Right by they I mean, they took a new direction essentially invented disco. She was the queen of disco she had. A number of disco hits right. Obviously. But also those songs like transcend genre without can't see invented a John Raya essentially along with Moroder, and then Trent, and then again transaction like there are some people who are really good within their genre right and then there are people who like work in that Jonah. But like again transcended like just like those those songs. Her songs work outside of Disco. Pigeonhole her into disco I'm not saying that at all. I don't know I'm I'm just I'm just saying like this. Amazing. She is that like she she invented A. And then transcended and then continued on after it was dead right? Like most most disco stars right were done. Once disco was done they were done. She continued having hits and including had one of her biggest hits after the disco era was over there. And so I'll just run through them. Real quick she had hits like. Last Dance Macarthur, Park, hot stuff bad girls. All great songs still I mentioned my favorite Donna. Summer Song. You guys when it gets to that is. Your favorite. Donna Summer Song. Be Magic. I feel I feel love is that her? I feel love is that I feel love. The lights dim lights. Way. Oh my God. So good turn on the all girl oh good. Man. That's as good and that is another song like unquestionably disco and yet completely transcends right disco. Is just on a completely other level. And then of course, I mean she had did other hits but. Then on the lights and then you know a non at one system was over she still had her whatever big hits she works hard for the money. So unbelievable, did you mention in in that list I? You did not mention no more tears. Enough is enough which was duet with Barbra streisand that went to number one that's and is. One. The greatest duets of all time. That's That's right. Michael I'M GONNA. I'M GONNA. I'm GonNa give you space was going to say are the TAB obviously, this is a surface we could talk for hours I mean she Her know everyone of the we could dig into discussion. So this is a service level thing. So. Obviously, there's stuff I'm leaving out. Go ahead Michael Take Take it away. We also didn't say, could it be magic? which was her cover of the Barry Manilow song which is amazing. But and you didn't say I feel love. which is kind of credited with. Creating it's from nine, hundred, seventy, seven, basically creating modern dance music. Anyway Dan Michaels furious at you. This is what I'm saying I couldn't I couldn't. It so and I knew I know you know a lot of stuff so so feel free. Yeah. No I mean. That's obviously another great one I. I will say, no. If you haven't heard no more tears enough is enough. It's it's one of my favorite Donna summer songs and one of my favorite Barbra streisand songs and the two of them those two voices working together. Pretty incredible. There is there's somewhere on the Internet, there's a it's not not Capella version it's it's the vocal track. Just to hear the two of them singing together with the. The music track removed. Those two voices. Oh my God and they and they both have their own spots but they blend in together. So seamlessly, it's really great. It's really incredible. And there. If. You haven't heard the sleep podcast hit parade. They do an episode on Donna Summer and I believe that's where I heard the story It's a great podcast that I. Believe is where I heard the story that David Bowie. Upon hearing I feel love responded by saying, I've heard the future. That's amazing or something similar. That's not a direct quote but. It is I feel love inspired The Madonna Song future lovers on her.

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"donna summer" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:53 min | 10 months ago

"donna summer" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"And that's how the album was press in history was made because mislabeled and then they were like well. The already pressed what we're not gonNA, take it back. So the name just stuck. So Donna Sumer became Donna summer and that was her professional name going forward. Amazing. So in nineteen seventy-five Marotta was working for another artist and summer and Moroder wrote a song for her originally called Love to love you. if you ever, if you're asking who that artists I don't know I searched really hard. That name is lost a history apparently, but they may not want anybody to know. Well maybe but the reason the way the story goes is that Moroder in summer wrote love to love you and some are recorded a demo version. With her singing to to give to this other artists whoever it was. That demo tape was passed to Neil Bogart who was president of Casablanca records. Bogart played it at an industry party and the crowd went nuts. Insisting that it'd be played multiple times in a row. So. BOGART's like. Well, we gotta hit. Our hands here. So He. Bogart suggested tweaking the song title to love. To love you baby signed summer to Casablanca and summer moroder produced a seven inch single version and a seventeen minute. Version. The single version seventeen minute version I think is the album version. Maybe it's on the album too. Yeah but. But yeah, I mean, obviously, it was produced. For to be played disco 'cause seventeen minutes long. And the single reached number two on the one hundred in early, nineteen, seventy six. And especially notable feat since most or many radio stations banned the song due to what was called Summers suggestive moaning. And so the lottery. Song. I mean, they're not rock. It's IT'S A steve. Baby is an amazing song. Yeah but it's it's definitely they knew what they were doing stay. Right. But yeah. I mean the fact that again, a lottery additions refuse to play it and it's got the number two just goes to show the strength of hugging the song was. The seventeen minute version is the album version. Love to love you baby is side one. Yeah. I actually did that a lot. I think a lot of her albums would have like one or two very long songs on one side. And a lot of the songs that you know. Of Hers Do, have these very long discotheque versions. Again meant to be played in discos and they would just they'd be like fifteen minutes long. So so then after that. So now she's on her way or She's arrived basically she a number two hit in the states and so after that summer. Continually working closely with Moroder Hennion, extremely successful string of hits both commercially and Summer. Had A top forty hit in every year from nineteen, seventy, five to nineteen eighty-four. Wow. including. No Yeah. Well, here's here's what I would say. The crazy thing is that her moroder basically invented disco. Dances didn't exist. Right by they I mean, they took a new direction essentially invented disco she was the Queen of disco she had. A number of disco hits right. Obviously. But also those songs like transcend the genre without can't see invented a John Raya essentially along with Moroder and then Trent, and then again transcend the. There are some people who are really good within their genre right and then there are people who like work in that Jonah. But like again transcended like just like those those songs. Her songs work outside of Disco. Pigeonhole her into disco I'm not saying that at all I don't know I'm I'm just I'm just saying like this. Amazing. She is that like she she invented A. And then transcended and then continued on after it was dead, right? Like most most disco stars right were done. Once disco was done they were done. She continued having hits and including had one of her biggest hits after the disco era was over there. And so I'll just run through them. Real quick she had hits like. Last dance. Macarthur. Park hot stuff, bad girls. All great songs still mentioned my favorite Donna summer, Song. You, guys when it gets to that is. Your favorite Donna Summer Song. Be Magic. I feel I. Feel Love. Is that her? I feel love I feel love. The lights dim lights. Way Oh. My God. So. Good turn on the all girl. Oh. Good. Man That's as good and that is another sound like unquestionably disco and yet completely transcends right disco. Is just on a completely other level. And then of course I mean she did other hits but. Then on the lights and then you know a non at one system was over, she still had her whatever big hits she works hard for the money. So unbelievable, did you mention in in that list I? You did not mention no more tears. Enough is enough which was duet with Barbra streisand that went to number one that's and is. One the greatest duets of all time that's That's right. Michael I'M GONNA I'M GONNA. I'm gonNA give you space. It was going to say are the TAB obviously this is a surface we could talk for hours I mean she. Her. Everyone of the we could dig into discussions. So this is a service level thing. So. Obviously, there's stuff I'm leaving out. Go ahead Michael. Take. Take it away. We also didn't say, could it be magic? which was her cover of the Barry Manilow song which is amazing. But and you didn't say I feel love. which is kind of credited with. Creating it's from nine, hundred, seventy, seven basically creating modern dance music. Anyway Dan Michaels furious at you. This is what I'm saying I couldn't I couldn't. So and I knew I know you know a lot of stuff so so feel free. Yeah. No, I mean. That's obviously another great one. I say, I will say, no if you haven't heard no more tears enough is enough. It's it's one of my favorite Donna summer songs and one of my favorite Barbra streisand songs and the two of them those two voices working together. Pretty incredible. There is there's somewhere on the Internet, there's a it's not not Capella version it's it's the vocal track. Just, to hear the two of them, singing together with the the music track removed. THOSE TWO VOICES Oh, my God and they and they both have their own spots but they blend in together. So seamlessly, it's really great. It's really incredible. And there. If you haven't heard the sleep podcast hit parade they do an episode on Donna Summer, and I believe that's where I heard the story It's a great podcast that I believe is where I heard the story that David Bowie. Upon hearing I feel love responded by saying I've heard the future. That's amazing or something similar. That's not a direct quote but. It is I feel love inspired The Madonna Song future lovers on her.

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"donna summer" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

07:49 min | 10 months ago

"donna summer" Discussed on Pantheon

"Stuck in the radio maybe he's able to like subtly communicate. Yeah. The radio, right? It's like it's like in the first season of stranger things when the kid can speak through the Christmas lights right she is she he? Late. It's not it's not really weather. Also it's it was like five years ago Michael catch-up sorry. Yeah. Yeah. So he's like manipulating through the radio to like make the DJ read this letter. So that's another possibility. Speaking of letters who only personnel writes a letter that's Maria. So you'll have rodeo letter. Before for the the boyfriend is is our. To say is this rb is our way friend? I think so they are be I mean, it's his wife but doesn't matter had Maria write the letter and then now because obviously that letter was about a divorce I want to go back together says Maria another letter. Put it in his overcoat it fell out. Which? Maria Amila myself and he said Maria I know we've been dating now for six months but you take another letter the letter about mental health. Back together with my wife Poor Maria what a roller coaster of emotion. For the past six months. No I'm not going to do that. He's like. Well, you are my secretary as well. So who else is going to do it? I sure ain't GonNa do it. Be for crying. Out. Loud. And also, could you write a letter about how firing you and the? Storms takes. A typewriter. Out She's really storm out this typewriters are heavy. Yeah. Yeah. She dragged yet. She drags it out. I'm leaving any. I'm going hold on I gotta get a cart so I can roll this out. Yeah. Anything else. I wonder if the song that they played on the radio was a local contest winner. Oh, Yeah Yeah Yeah Oh Mike. If a singer named Pearl. imagined. Their song was the perils, the Pearl Song Girls. Oh my God. Literally. Their son. No one else had ever heard it. That's right. That's right. I mean, if nothing else I think we can safely say this radio station is by so Ariel there and Maybe, even twenty years earlier. Like be I had a contest that Pearl One and she? Yeah. So I think those those are definitely connection it all works out all work I mean. Pearl's singer she sing songs for the lost in a lonely. Yeah. But that's what Donna is in this moment. So yeah, it makes perfect sense. They played it for a week or so on the local radio. Right. And where did they find are the lyrics to? What did they find out that she does a nightly show they're gonNA be stoked. That's all you. Get to go here. That's great. And eventually, they're just like we pick a new song. Actually. I'm taking. Lame. Sega quick break. When we come back, we'll talk about the history of this song with start buying the story Madonna has so three, hundred, million records worldwide and career fos approaching food years but people only spoke about the scandals and never the music here inside the group, we break it down. With access to multi-track sessions, demos and rare interviews, we look at the process by which many hits recreated we examined and champion Madonna skills as a lyricist, composer producer and singer with access to really heard as demos. Ch- we interview those who follow journey and the people who have been with her in the studio with the detail never heard before. So, join us as we go inside the groove. Okay let me hear that. All right we're back. It's time for a story behind the story how the story come to be so. This song was released November twenty third nineteen seventy nine and it. Peaked on the hot one hundred at number five in February of nineteen eighty. So ladonna Adrian gains was born on December thirty first nineteen forty eight oh my gosh baby riding. Yeah. Yeah. Getting right under the wire of hundred, forty eight. Born on new, Year's Eve December thirty, nine, forty, eight. And Obviously, she's better known by her stage name Donna summer but Ladonna is a great name. Yeah, Madonna? Gains. DISCO WHO KNEW THAT DONNA SUMMER? Even. Her non stage name is a perfect name for a disco. Queen Donna Gaines, are you driving me? LADONNA dudes come on. So, Donna summer was born and raised in the Mission Hill neighborhood of Boston. While she was still in high school. She moved to New York City to join a rock band called Crow. The band in workout quickly dissolved. But while she was now in New York City, she auditioned for the musical hair. which was starting up around then good news she was cast bad news in the Munich production. Of Hair and so she agreed to move to Germany now. If you know anything about Donna summer, you probably are starting to see where this is going. because. She has moved to Germany and she spent a few years in. Germany. where she did a number of different things besides. Starring in hair for a while she did release a German language version of Aquarius. As a single in Germany and she got married to a man named Helmuth Daddy, you say that or Helmut. To. German name is sure but I think he was Australian but anyway married to a man named Helmut. Summer S. O. M. E. R. Give that mind that'll be important in second. and. She also had her first daughter named Natalia. So. Oh and she also was doing session work doing backup singing and that sort of thing. So while she was German acquiescing in Germany. So while she was. Doing. One such session singing backup for three dog night. Summer came into contact came into contact with the German record producer named Giorgio Moroder now Giorgio Moroder. Is a leading. Producer. A pioneer in. Electronic Dance Music and in fact was basically still writing making its up until his death which I think it was just last year rate I probably should written down but I think it was just very recently and I. Think he literally had had a hit on the charts like in two, thousand, eighteen or something. So did it right up to the end? But labs Ashley Legend I mean literally basically invented electronic dance and disco stuff legendary producer. And so summer and Moroder formed a working partnership. One that would last for decades and summer signed Tumors Label Oasis. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, four. So summer's first album was a folk rock album called Lady of the night that was released and promoted primarily in Europe now. Besides that was the first album. This is the important part of that story. The demo tape for the album was sent to the level, and it was incorrectly labeled Donna Donna. Full name was Donna but she went by Donna Donna summer.

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"donna summer" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

07:49 min | 10 months ago

"donna summer" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Stuck in the radio maybe he's able to like subtly communicate. Yeah. The radio, right? It's like it's like in the first season of stranger things when the kid can speak through the Christmas lights right she is she he? Late. That's not it's not really sweater. Also, it's it was like five years ago. Michael catch-up. Sorry. Yeah. Yeah. So he's like manipulating through the radio to like make the DJ read this letter. So that's another possibility. Speaking of letters who only personnel writes a letter that's Maria so you'll have rodeo letter. Before for the the boyfriend is is our. To say is this rb is our way friend I think so they are be I mean it's his wife but doesn't matter had Maria write the letter and then now because obviously that letter was about a divorce I want go back together says Maria another letter. Put it in his overcoat it fell out. Which? Maria Amila myself and he said Maria I know we've been dating now for six months but you take another letter the letter about mental health. Back together with my wife Poor Maria, what a roller coaster of emotion. For the past six months. No I'm not going to do that. He's like well, you are my secretary as well. So who else is going to do it? I. Sure. Ain't GonNa, do it. Be for, crying out. Loud. And also, could you write a letter about how firing you and the? Storms takes. A typewriter. Out She's really storm out this typewriters are heavy. Yeah. Yeah. She dragged yet. She drags it out I'm leaving any I'm going hold on I gotta get a card so I can roll this out. Yeah. Anything else. I wonder if the song that they played on the radio was a local contest winner. Oh Yeah. Yeah Yeah Oh. Mike. If. A singer named Pearl. Imagined their song was the perils the Pearl Song Girls Oh my God. Literally their son, no one else had ever heard it. That's right. That's right. I mean if nothing else I think we can safely say. This radio station is by so Ariel. And Maybe even twenty years earlier. Like be I had a contest that Pearl One and she? Yeah. So I think those those are definitely connection it all works out all work I mean. Pearl's singer she sing songs for the lost in a lonely. Yeah. That's what Donna is in this moment. So yeah, it makes perfect sense. They played it for a week or so on the local radio. Right. And where did they find out the lyrics to? What did they find out that she does a nightly show they're gonNA be stoked. That's all you. Get to go here. That's great. And eventually, they're just like we pick a new song. Actually, I'm taking. Of. Lame. All Right Sega quick break. When we come back, we'll talk about the history of this song with start buying the story. Madonna has so three, hundred, million records worldwide and career fos approaching food years but people only spoke about the scandals and never the music here inside the group, we break it down. With, access to multi-track sessions, demos, and rare interviews. We look at the process by which many hits recreated we examined and champion Madonna skills as a lyricist, composer producer and singer with access to really hurt as demos. which we interview those who follow journey and the people who have been with her in the studio with the detail never heard before. So join us as we go inside the groove. Okay, let me hear that. All, right we're back. It's time for a story behind the story how the story come to be so. This song was released November Twenty Third Nineteen, seventy, nine and it. Peaked on the hot one, hundred at number five in February of nineteen eighty. So ladonna Adrian gains was born on December thirty first nineteen, Forty, eight, oh my gosh baby riding. Yeah. Yeah. Getting right under the wire of hundred, forty eight. Born. On New Year's Eve December thirty, nine, forty, eight. And obviously, she's better known by her stage name Donna summer but Ladonna is a great name yeah, Madonna Gains. Disco who knew that? Donna summer even her non stage name is a perfect name for a disco Queen Donna Gaines Are you driving me? LADONNA dudes come on. So Donna summer was born and raised in the mission. Hill neighborhood of Boston. While she was still in high school. She moved to new. York City to join a rock band called Crow. The band in workout quickly dissolved but while she was now in New York City she auditioned for the musical hair. which was starting up around then good news she was cast bad news in the Munich production. Of Hair, and so she agreed to move to Germany now. If you know anything about Donna summer, you probably are starting to see where this is going. Because now, she has moved to Germany and she spent a few years in Germany. where she did a number of different things besides. Starring in hair for a while she did release a German language version of Aquarius. As a single in Germany and she got married to a man named Helmuth daddy you say that or Helmut. To German name is sure but I think he was Australian but anyway married to a man named Helmut Summer S. O. N. E. R. Give that mind that'll be important in second. And she also had her first daughter named. Natalia. So. Oh and she also was doing session work doing backup singing and that sort of thing. So while she was German acquiescing in Germany. So, while she was Doing one such session singing backup for three dog night. Summer. Came into contact came into contact with the German record producer named Giorgio. Moroder now Giorgio Moroder. Is a leading. Producer A pioneer in? Electronic. Dance Music and in fact was basically still writing making its up until his death which I think it was just last year rate. I probably should written down but I think it was just very recently and I think he literally had a hit on the charts like in two, thousand, eighteen or something. So did it right up to the end? But Labs Ashley Legacy I mean literally basically invented electronic dance and disco. Producer. and. So summer and Moroder formed a working partnership. One that would last for decades and summer signed Tumors Label Oasis in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, four. So summer's first album was a folk rock album call of the night that was released and promoted primarily in Europe now. Besides that was the first album. This is the important part of that story. The demo tape for the album was sent to the level, and it was incorrectly labeled Donna Donna officer new full name was Donna but she went by Donna Donna summer.

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"donna summer" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast

The Story Song Podcast

01:42 min | 10 months ago

"donna summer" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast

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"donna summer" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast

The Story Song Podcast

08:00 min | 10 months ago

"donna summer" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast

"Similar. That's not a direct quote but. It is I. Feel Love inspired The Madonna Song future lovers on her confessions on the DANCEFLOOR. Album like in two thousand, five that song is where dance music would go. So Michael. You're now into an area that I know a lot about and I believe the story went that because. He was working in Germany at rhyme and he was in Berlin and his producer Brian Eno. Got An advance copy and listen to it and went bowie and said I heard the the future of music. Because I think the story also was, I, think the she did a concept album it was her second or third album. Did a concept album where the idea was that it was music from the fifties, the sixties, the seventies which was contemporary time and then the future. Yeah. So zero four size was fifty sixty seventies in the future and then the future was the disco stuff and it was you know they were doing stuff no in her before yeah and like I said like people the inside the industry who are very smart about music like Brian Eno and David Bowie hurt him we're like, Oh, yeah, this is where music is going because we're still pretty pretty early in the seventy s and they were hundreds and right because I was just go with takeover for a while so. I was the I remember yesterday album. Yes. I, remember I I knew something about yesterday but yeah. She's the best. Oh, I was GONNA say she's the best. That's it. One more. Small anecdote about. How no more tears enough enough became a thing It was written by. Paul Giarra. Who wrote a bunch of disco hits hero. He wrote it's raining men which is homer Simpson's favorite song to box. and. He wrote the song for Barbara Streisand and she at the time it was nineteen, seventy nine. She was doing her a concept album called wet, which is all songs about rain water It's a great album. And she said I'd love to put on the album, but it doesn't fit the concept and so he wrote I think the opening verse it's raining. It's pouring. My Love Life is boring me to deers and that's how the we came no more tears and then parentheses enough is enough I love that It's pretty awesome. It's like we're putting this on this album even if rewrite it. Going on this album over take A. Well. No nursery. Came here and Shelvin time. If anybody WHO's going to make it work, it's going to be done summer and Barbra streisand right And that songs something in here about the cow jumped over the moon. The Moon descending upon the dance for the young the the single version that's like four and a half minutes the album version on Barbra. STREISAND's wet album is I think like eight and a half minutes. On Donna. Summer's on the radio album. That song is I think eleven and a half minutes. Daring, each other. Working, release the. When you said the thing about it being eight and a half minutes on Barbra streisand's album I was like, wow, short for Donna, Summer Song Yeah. Yeah, and then you hit me with eleven minutes on. She's like. Well, that's short. Me I don't. I don't do like tiny little short ditties. Heft it up for me. I'm Donna Summer for crying out loud. But. Then to your point like she is. You can hear a lot of. Disco Music like the one hit wonder kind of disco music because there was a lot of that at the time. And it sounds like Disco Music Donna Summer Song Sound like Donna. Summer songs. Disco. It's not like right? There's there's nothing. There's no generic. Like it's not the kind of music they would play. Like on a TV show where it's like this is a party and it's nineteen, seventy seven is it's not like. Like and birthday party on one day at a time It's it's there's so much more to it it it takes its influence from other genres like. Bad Girls is not a disco song. You know that's a rock song. Yes. With hot stuff he's mixing. She's mixing other stuff in there. Yes. Totally. Agree. But as I was saying that I think are stuff is unquestionably disco but at the same time transcends genre, she's someone who you can not like disco but you like, Donna? Summer. She's like she's Someone, we just talked about recently like you cannot like country, but you like part because she does country but she also transcends genre right and it's the same thing here like the the just I mean first of all, you're saying she's bringing other influences. So it's not that insular world of disco, but also like at some point just the level of quality just overwhelms you where you're like fine I don't like disco, but I do like this right I mean like it's too good. I, can't ignore it anymore. So yeah, and then beyond the genre. Voice like. Is She has the most incredible voices in popular music and it's like an again I make you know this because like the Dolly Parton thing we're being like you're just angry at how talented right she? Yes. Right where it's like it'd be one thing if she was this talented as a singer and perform but she's also writing these songs I, mean she's writing Moroder yes he's writing I mean like cheat she is a creative force unquestionably and I think she produced as well like she she did it doing everything yeah she's overhand in every part by the way you we left out one of her. Greatest songs, which is the songs amazing from because we are focusing since this is from the disco era we are focusing on discussons but. From nineteen eighty-nine this time I know it's for Real Oh. Oh yes. That's what I mean all like pure producing hit an eighty nine guys. She was the queen of disco and survived the death of disk I totally for Sane I totally forgot that was her. Man. She's unbelievable. I don't think I mean how many other disco stars. Were still around like post like eighty-one almost none. Yeah. H is like one of the very few. There's a handful. And she was. Adopted disco like maybe like a Barry manilow like did a couple of disco songs but he had done stuff before that obviously right after but she was the queen of disco and still manage to make it out. Okay. So this particular like. I said off Mike. There is a ton to the story of the song That's not a bad thing. It just was like you know it seemed like it was pretty straightforward So actually was written for the one thousand nine Hundred Film Fox's starring Jodie Foster. Scott Baio that class. I've not seen Fox's. But apparently at the time it was barely was a pretty okay hit at the time. So But Moreau wrote the The music he gave it to. Summer she wrote the lyrics she said, she was struggling a little bit until she came up with the line. It. Fell out of a hole in your in your brown overcoat. The line goes anyway she said that came like a bolt of lightning. And then the rest of the song just poured abby and I wrote it in a few minutes and send it back. Only Mariah. They released three versions, a four minute single version, a five minute and fifty second version that appeared on summer's greatest hits album and a seven minute and thirty four second version that appeared on.

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"donna summer" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast

The Story Song Podcast

07:41 min | 10 months ago

"donna summer" Discussed on The Story Song Podcast

"And that's how the album was press in history was made because mislabeled and then they were like well. The already pressed what we're not gonNA. Take it back. So the name just stuck. So Donna Sumer became Donna summer and that was her professional name going forward. Amazing. So in nineteen seventy-five, Marotta was working for another artist and summer and Moroder, wrote a song for her originally called Love to love you. if you ever, if you're asking who that artists I don't know I searched really hard. That name is lost a history apparently, but they may not want anybody to know. Well. Maybe but the reason the way the story goes is that Moroder in summer wrote love to love you and some are recorded a demo version. With her singing to to give to this other artists whoever ever it was That demo tape was passed to Neil Bogart who was president of Casablanca records Bogart played it at an industry party and the crowd went nuts. Insisting that it'd be played multiple times in a row. So. BOGART's like. Well, we gotta hit. Our. Hands here. So. He. Bogart. Suggested tweaking the song title to love. To, love you. Baby signed summer to Casablanca and summer moroder produced a seven inch single version and a seventeen minute. Version. The single version seventeen minute version I think is the album version. Maybe, it's on the album too. Yeah but. But Yeah I, mean, obviously it was produced. For to be played disco 'cause seventeen minutes long. And the single reached number two on the one hundred in early, nineteen, seventy six. And especially notable feat since most or many radio stations banned the song due to what was called Summers suggestive moaning. and. So the lottery. Song. I mean they're not rock. It's IT'S A steve. Baby is an amazing song. Yeah. But it's it's definitely they knew what they were doing stay. Right. But yeah, I mean the fact that again, a lottery additions refuse to play it and it's got the number two just goes to show the strength of hugging the song was. The seventeen minute version is the album version. Love to love you baby is side one. Yeah I actually did that a lot. I think a lot of her albums would have like one or two very long songs on one side. And a lot of the songs that you know. Of Hers Do, you have these very long discotheque versions. Again. Meant to be played in discos and they would just they'd be like fifteen minutes long. So so then after that. So now she's on her way or she's she's arrived basically she a number two hit in the states and so after that summer. Continually working closely with Moroder hennion extremely successful string of hits both commercially and. Summer had a top forty hit in every year from nineteen, seventy, five to nineteen eighty-four. Wow. including. No Yeah. Well. Here's here's what I would say. The crazy thing is that her moroder basically invented disco. Dances didn't exist. Right by they I mean they took a new direction essentially invented disco. She was the queen of disco she had. A number of disco hits. Right obviously. But also those songs like transcend the genre without. See, invented a Jonah. Essentially along with Moroder and then Trent and then again transaction there are some people who are really good within their genre right and then there are people who like work in that Jonah but like again transcended like just like those those songs. Her songs work outside of Disco. Pigeonhole her into disco I'm not saying that at all I don't know I'm I'm just I'm just saying like this. Amazing. She is that like she she invented A. And then transcended and then continued on after was dead, right? Like most most disco stars right were done. Once disco was done they were done. She continued having hits and including had one of her biggest hits after the disco era was over there. and. So I'll just run through them. Real quick She had hits like. Last. Dance Macarthur Park hot stuff bad girls. All great songs still I mentioned my favorite Donna Summer Song. You, guys when it gets to that is. Your favorite Donna Summer Song. Be Magic. I feel I feel love is that her? I feel love I. Feel Love. The lights dim lights. Way Oh my God. Good turn on the all girl oh good. Man That's as good and that is another sound like unquestionably disco and yet completely transcends right disco. Is just on a completely other level. and. Then of course I mean she had did other hits but. Then on the lights and then you know a non at one system was over she still had her whatever big hits she works hard for the money. So unbelievable, did you mention in in that list I? You did not mention no more tears. Enough is enough which was duet with Barbra streisand that went to number one that's and is. One. The greatest duets of all time that's That's right Michael. I'M GONNA. I'M GONNA. I'M GONNA. Give you space was going to say the TAB. Obviously, this is a surface we could talk for hours. I mean she. Her. Everyone of the we could dig into discussion. So this is a service level thing. So obviously there's stuff I'm leaving out. Go ahead, Michael Take Take it away. We also didn't say could it be magic? which was her cover of the Barry Manilow song which is amazing but and you didn't say I feel love. which is kind of credited with. Creating it's from nine, hundred, seventy, seven basically creating modern dance music. Anyway Dan Michaels furious at you. This is what I'm saying I couldn't I couldn't. It so and I knew I know you know a lot of stuff so so feel free. Yeah. No I mean. That's obviously another great one I say I will say, no. If you haven't heard no more tears enough is enough. It's it's one of my favorite Donna summer songs and one of my favorite Barbra streisand songs and the two of them those two voices working together. Pretty incredible. There is there's somewhere on the Internet there's a it's not not Capella version it's it's the vocal track. Just to hear the two of them singing together with the. The music track removed. those two voices. Oh my God and they and they both have their own spots but they blend in together. So seamlessly, it's really great. It's really incredible. And there? If you haven't heard the sleep podcast hit parade. They do an episode on Donna Summer and I believe that's where I heard the story It's a great podcast that I believe is where I heard the story that David Bowie. Upon hearing I feel love responded by saying I've heard the future. That's amazing or something.

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"donna summer" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:35 min | 11 months ago

"donna summer" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Donna Summer, the hardest working woman ever in disco. Then we lost quite some time ago. Rolling Stone. Start me up, Sonny. 1079 happy Sunday afternoon. Oh, my gosh. Leak. Take a chill pill hits. We'll keep coming.

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What It Was Like to Interview Shima Oliaee

Inside Podcasting

05:57 min | 1 year ago

What It Was Like to Interview Shima Oliaee

"Hello and welcome to fight podcasting the show in which. Discuss their craft I'm your host Sky Pillsbury. This is a post show episode in which two very special guests will talk to me about last week's episode in which I interviewed Dolly Pardons America producer. Mo only if you haven't heard that episode, I recommend going back and listening to it before you listen to this one that way, our conversation may make a little bit more sense. Today on the show I have with me, the two people most likely to remember my obsession with Dolly Parton. My wonderful parents welcome to the show, mom and Dad Hey. Hi there. Thank you so much for saying yes. Welcome On this kind of show you guys get to ask me questions. I have the first question here ready to go all right dad. Right. Do you feel a part of dollars America? That is a really good question Yes, I think am I mean I must be one hundred percent because I'm a fan, so I think by default that makes me part of her America, because you know I know who she is. I adore her like so many others. Of course that begs the question like what is Dolly, Parton America, and I think one of the points that she made in last week's episode was that Dolly is sort of this prison for everyone else's story? And I'm not sure that I have a particular story to tell but I think that the aura surrounding Dolly is sort of like. Everyone can be part of it. No matter what walk of life you come from and so I guess in that regard. Be Part of Dolly Parton America. She talked about the feelings of otherness enduring during her show. Do you resonate with that at all? I probably don't if I'm being really honest and. That's because I am very privileged in my life, so you know I am female. I'm white. I've had opportunities that many many people don't get to have. I went to college. I got a good job after college. I sort of did the things that I expected I would do. Thus far in my life. But I think that the way that I can relate with that was what Shima said about how she and Chad are both first generation Americans and you are a first generation American, Dad. And so you know what it made me think, and even in the show, because during the show Jad talks about how her dollies Tennessee Mountain home, reminds his father of his home. Overseas, you know of course I couldn't help but think about our family home in northern Finland, so of course I thought about like the listener. Any listener to this doesn't know is that I grew up going to Finland with you every summer and you know spending many many many many days. Not Whole Lot to do kind of like the countryside of Finland in this tiny town with a population of eight hundred people, where almost no one spoke English, and then of course I would spend a lot of time in Helsinki as well where people did, but you know I remember the excitement that I had the day that you got your citizenship when we were living in Hawaii. I remember you wore a suit and that was a big deal because you were is most of the time. So. You know I remember that feeling, but I don't ever feel I can't say that I ever felt other, but I. Think I knew that you at times felt authored. What about you? Well I guess what I was wondering about is. Dolly is also a what I would call a country girl. you got to know people who were definitely from the country, not from the city. That's true. Maybe I speculate that that may have had something to do with your level of comfort with Dali. Oh. That's interesting. Also expressed some interest in Loretta Lynn during that time. I loved Laura Adeline and I think I I remember i. read the Book About Her. Was the book called? Coal, miner's daughter, I don't know. I did identify with those two, but I don't know I can't like point to a memory where I connected those two things myself. You Know My love for them like I. Really Loved Donna Summer at the same time. She's not from the country and I think honestly I think. They spoke to my infatuation with Glamour, and even though I knew that they were from the country. It's sort of like they were like these unimaginable. Creatures all three of those women. They were like such a shiny thing, and then I love the music and I love to dance, but I think that I always had an interest in people who are different than me, and that's why like when we were in the countryside in Finland like I could hang out with Vinnie me. Who is the violin player? You know for hours or make friends with the girl who lived across the street Rita, even though we. We didn't speak the same language, and like really enjoy those people because it was like exposing me to this completely different way of life. You know just a way of life that I wasn't familiar with and I think that in a way Dali Donna. It sort of showed me a completely different slice of

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Worst Tennis Podcast predictions ever

The Tennis Podcast

06:30 min | 1 year ago

Worst Tennis Podcast predictions ever

"Thank you. K- we've gone from exquisite to sanity saving. Which I think is a lockdown. Plus what do you think? Yeah when you send out. The emails to back is saying. Can you send in your records and Daniel Introduce D. Fish for compliments de requests that they put in some kind of see? Perla tive just if you feel like it feel free to pay a massive compliment. Actually this is an intro arms race which is happening independently of me is like when all mascots get involved in arms race to send his tennis related animal. Content can't believe look it's all fine and we also quite happy to receive your emails where it should be receiving by the bucket load over the last few weeks most of which saying very nice things and it really town on. You didn't share with me. The ones that don't say Nice Things. D that's correct catherine particularly in a week when we are about to reveal our worst of ever on the podcast and that means the worst of our predictions on this particular edition on Thursday. We're going to discuss the worst Grand Slam finals in history or have a debate about them and we're also going to talk about the worst of the rights which is going to be a a lot of fun to to try to work out when they were human when they weren't brilliant when it's rubbish things on Colton through an absolute shockers because his that kind of wealth of the mount. We've decided we're going to have one week where everything's rubbish and we're going to talk about it so we'll be getting on with that in a moment to. Catherine's had her own worst of week or weekend. Casteran you've had an uninvited guest in your flat. What's happened in? Yeah it's it's like the rodent population of Putney heard that we were celebrating. Worst-off week and A mouse his decided to invade my bedroom. Well we need the mouse on the lease because the the the rubbish cats bruin the mouse about five days ago. He's doesn't go any teeth. He was unable to wound or kill. The mouse brought to thanks very much for that magic And five days later at two o'clock in the morning the mouse makes an appearance on my curtain. And it's spent the entire night cooling up and down My clothes rail of favorite dress. Thanks very much and I do. I no longer know whether it's my mudgee nation or reality. I swear I can hear it nibbling bright. Now it's in the room. I mean it was last sighted in this room and I can now hear the sound of mouse like rustling but I I heard in my dreams as well so I don't know what's reality anymore. Any of it coming from where the unpacked suitcases demean unpacked. Yeah it's really relates to the suitcase and I I've started to become concerned that I mean would make a really good mouse nest and it is cracked open. Gist enough that a mouse could sneak in now to frayed to lift the LID. In case there is some sort of rodent party going on in that Humane mouse traps anonymous. Which is more than this? Mouse deserves some humane. Mastro's analyst should arrived to Murray an until then I'm just going to live in Miami personal horror movie for about to become a DJ. I hear on the radio station of the flats. Every this is the week that everything go really really locked down with A. I've been invested infested by reidents and my building. Someone in my building has launched Kenilworth Court FM. Yeah he he sent a message around to Orem community. What's great which was the most? Alan Partridge message. I've ever received and I really wanted to reply that. Alan Partridge gift. But I didn't know any of the people in this group. I'm just I didn't know how well hall we'd go down but yeah some local mall is an introducing Casey. Fm The world's most local radio station test music is now playing at his. The link and I hate to be live on Monday at four PM. Requests and dedications. Go to this email address. Say hello to your neighbors. Why not pick the music and six tracks? You'd like to hear. And why and we'll play the best of them. Test transmissions running here at the moment is playing. This is the absolute gold at the moment is playing random selections from my Music Library which would explain why earlier there was Donna. Summer fully by the King's thing is doing the highway code. If you have problems with it working please email. And then the moon address are looking thing is the most. That's just say part. Absolutely navy responded with any unappointed references. Say How disappointed. He's not my people. And meanwhile Catherine will be vying with her housemates to appear on the radio station. Choose the music. Because said housemate has served being critical of Bruce springsteen which has not gone down. Well you're revealing all of the cuisine of my living situation David. 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2019 Has been Good For Restaurants, How About 2020?

Bloomberg Markets

05:43 min | 1 year ago

2019 Has been Good For Restaurants, How About 2020?

"Thank you so much here you know I eat out a lot full disclosure a lot of restaurants I always think that every time I go to restaurants in pretty packed in may but our next guest Mike Halen senior restaurant annals Bloomberg intelligence attorneys here in a blue Bergen October studio he says twenty twenty might be a tough year for restaurants so what's your thoughts about the restaurant business right now Mike what he's seen after the market place will this is been a pretty good year you know in general so so the you know fast food chains of done pretty well most of it those been done through price increases with those you know those are you know unsustainable because as as you continue to raise prices eventually the the lower income and middle income consumers are gonna start to pull back a little bit maybe shop a little bit more at the grocery store the other thing is casual dining casual dining had it tough twenty nineteen we think that's going to continue in twenty twenty there seen a lot of competition from independent chains fast casual chains grocery stores that are picking up their their in store food experience whether it's grabbing grow you know hot food pick up you name it so a lot of competition there you know and then also we're gonna see breakfast wars breakfast fast food coming in now with this summer's coming with the breakfast yeah Wendy's is coming in with this before they were not they fell three times prior so why is is this what can be different this time so it's interesting I I think part of the problem has been they've just been in locations that are better for lunch and dinner right there on your drive home when you're driving home after work right okay always in the same or similar spot than McDonald's or Burger King typically but sometimes on the opposite side of the street which when you have to make a you turn on forty six east yeah and then you know make another you turn to to make your way and that's that's a that's a big change so we think that's part of the reason why it failed in the past I management talks about how they had a whole lot of items on the menu before and it was hard to execute and because you know a cause them to to need a lot of labor and the restaurants and now they're doing more limited menu it's only going to be available through the drive through there's only going to be two or three employees in the store so labor costs are going to skyrocket so they think for all those reasons it's going to work this time they're doing a national launch in January but everyone knows this you know twenty nineteen was a big year for Burger King they said you know breakfast is only fifteen percent of our sales McDonald's is twenty five percent we want to close that gap so they've been improving their offerings and that's been a big big positive for the Macalester less of yours is at rest breakfast menu all day all day breakfast for sure and that's been a positive right on Terry traffic a very big positive for them and then they're also rolling out chicken in January so you know everybody's gonna beef and fighting very fiercely in January for breakfast sharing January's when the the advertisements and and the value offerings are at their peak because most people come out of the new year saying yeah you know knew me I'm going to the gym I'm gonna be healthier I'm not going to eat at McDonald's and Wendy's so you know discounting is very aggressive to begin with and we expect some more aggressive discounting to kick off and what what is the whole thing about this whole chicken thing out there with the got chick fillet going against I. don't Popeye's is that is it just kinda like a little marketing fetters are actually a some segment of the market that's changing we'll chickens growing faster than burgers and a house for a while so you know we seen this huge growth of chick fillet over the last decade but it's it's not just chick fillet interpolate does a great job and they offer great product but you know which jeans like Popeye shop Popeye's been growing stores at about six percent clip now since I've been covering the company in around twenty twelve right so yeah chickens becoming more popular people are eating more chicken and less beef so we're seeing it you know make its way onto a lot of menus all right you mention beef what's the hold scam on this plant based meets I just I mean I I see a lot of network television ads now for from Burger King though in the whatever it's called the unbelievable market with burger whatever it is this is a fan or is this real what what is the company's telling you what we think it's here to stay okay you know right now there's a lot of questions about you know is the trial you know right now we're seeing huge trial Burger King sales were up five percent in U. S. last quarter and a lot of that was people trying the impossible Whopper as I could hear the impossible Walker but is that isn't a Donna Summer product there they're testing one of Canada the call it's called the P. L. T. P. L. T. plant lettuce and a little bit behind which is uncharacteristic for them yeah they've been ahead of the curve on a lot of things over the last few years I think part of the issue with them is just their scale you know fourteen thousand stairs stores in the United States I don't know if beyond me or a possible can actually supply forty thousand source at at their current happen the bigger the bigger food companies having just gotten in there and just satisfy the market if there is that the man well they are they're starting to you know we're seeing the we're seeing more male we're seeing Nestle has a product that McDonalds is actually selling already in Europe we're seeing a lot of these large pack food companies get into the space because it's growing like wildfire you know we're we're trying to get some real read on purchasing and and we have some third party companies kinda looking into something for us on the like you know what they're just such trial yeah and so many teams are signing on to start selling these things for the first time it's hard to try to parse out what three PM what just James lining up yet to start

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Weekend: Tarantino's Hollywood of 1969; Michael McDonald's voice; RIP NOLA legends and more

The Frame

06:57 min | 2 years ago

Weekend: Tarantino's Hollywood of 1969; Michael McDonald's voice; RIP NOLA legends and more

"Michael McDonald's voice is perhaps one of the most recognizable in pop music could be due to his hits with the Doobie brothers could also be related to the hip hop artist who sample his records but frame producer Jonathan Shift let has another theory aimed since the mid nineteen seventies MacDonald has performed background vocals on hundreds of recordings by other artists see if you recognize him in this bit from steely Dan movie talk to you hello. This is Michael McDonald. You know that was a kind of an elite group in L._A.. Area that I really always felt very proud to be a part of I got to single awesome pretty great singers Howard you James Ingram Luther Vandross Michael Jackson and I always kind of felt like that was a real feather in my cap to be able to step up to the Mike with those guys and it was also great way for me to get get in the studio in here stuff before it was actually released. It's Kinda like being a fly on the wall background singer back. That's how I got the job of student Davos up working at casuals with some of the guys who were actually playing rhythm section on records and <hes> and singing backgrounds for those guys selling. Another records that they were doing I did Kinda get used to hearing me sing with myself and I realized that there's something to that when the same singers Zinger sings all the parts. There's a certain psych sibling harmony. You're you're probably tighter with yourself in anyone else on the planet it's going to be you know which is what Donald and Walter did with me for the steely Dan track bad sneakers curse you suddenly realize that's kind of sound that you probably wouldn't get any other way but to use the same person singing all the parts and then doubling all the parts so that was really one of the first times I became keenly aware of that sound which some people bowl think of as the Michael McConnell background sound but then on subsequent records toward people were saying well. How did you get that sound? I could say well you know I I did all the parts of myself and double them go. Let's do that we can talk about all those recordings that you run for a long time but I just wanted to fast forward a little bit to some of the more recent collaborations that you've donald sure sounds like grizzly bear to me yeah very unique band grizzly. Grizzly bear <hes> and I I really came out of the blue they contacted me and I had not heard the van but they sent me a track and it just was so fresh and different end is seemingly abandoned was is really trying to exercise a certain kind of musicality Abner Amanda Schone Swim <hes> just did that record not that long ago seemingly <hes> House and Santa Barbara where they had kind of camped set up camp in Amanda her mom was Donna Summer and I met Amanda which is about ten years old is first time matter and all these years later singing on record twitter as my friend Steve Brunner Aka under a great experience. I have to give credit to Kenny loggins on that. One Kenny's <UNK> SON had heard Steve in an interview kind of mentioned myself and Kenny is a couple of his influences. His son you know was a big fan of thunder cat as was my daughter at the time and so his son contacted Kenny. Kennedy and dad you gotTa call this guy and maybe write something with them. You know so Kenny kind of reached out to Steve Steve got back to us and we all got together studio in Ojai California and listened to a bunch of music together together which was great fun and then we decided to write that tuned together <hes> something Steve had already started and so we added are two cents in <hes> Steve went and mixed in general question. What are you looking for? If anything in these kinds of collaborations I think just a chance to find something that strikes match for army and I I look in every direction for that. You know not just new artists in new collaborations with contemporary artists. I still look to the past for a lot of my inspiration laid on the bus last night my headphones on listening losing two hours of Curtis Mayfield. He's just you know some of those groups are just so infectious and so wonderful in his lyrics of course just so stream of consciousness and so poignant you know much like the guys he's like Steve Brunner Anderson and Kendrick Lamar those guys of today they're just kind of breaking new ground and he was definitely unique voice for Modern Soul Patrick one or two Michael McDonald performs at the Hollywood bowl on July thirty first and that's it for this week. The frame is produced by the mighty team of Oscar Garza Darby Maloney Jonathan Shiffling Julia.

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"donna summer" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"donna summer" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Your heart feels good your whole body feels good his head of headlines traffic and weather together coming up after flashback what happens if you eat expired for an entire year right now the electricity Rafael in earnest statistically if a hundred and fifty Skylab reentered at random it was July Skylab fell from the sky the chances of any particular individual being injured are about one in six hundred on television yeah John Houseman was the star of the paper chase I call on you ask your question and you on the victors was brand new at the movies starring Vic more on the big dollars and number one on the radio Donna Summer Bad Girls what year was it nineteen seventy nine nineteen eighty nineteen eighty one the vote three choices seventy nine eighty or eighty one Rafael seventy nine or eighty one earn as they leave you in nineteen eighty one highland falls the victors debut John Houseman is a hit and Bad Girls is number one year nineteen seventy nine congradulations Rafael you get here take it's a circus soleil that said the A. T. and T. center August eighth flashback brought to you by brown Dodge I have never heard of that movie the Victor's ever no I've never heard of it or seen it needed I was alive in nineteen seventy nine and I do not remember that movie.

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"donna summer" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"donna summer" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Way she talks, I know I had to take my driver's license. Maybe when you turn seventy five seventy five you'd have to take it you you do no matter what. That's a good thing. Frankly, I think it's okay to do. Remember when my folks had to do it. Yeah. And then the furry I loved it. The first thing that they let off was the Donna summer enough is enough is enough. I just love Donna summer. We. Thirteen minutes posted if you. Yep. So the montage okay here we go. You.

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"donna summer" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"donna summer" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Georgio morodor's birthday you wrote this arm for donna summer's he was soundtrack composer for many many things and has legend habit brian eno ran into bowie when he heard this on david gordon said i heard the future so lisa stroman is a psychologist entered attorney we're talking about the cosby case lawrence von dr drew midday live so what do you think this means for people like weinstein you know i i i think it's different i think that the listeners have to understand that the with the cosby case it has an issue with consent based on the influence of drugs and alcohol and so there's a there's a consent issue on every case obviously but in this case specifically the women would they probably argued i don't know what the court transcripts say but they probably argue that they willingly took those pills he offered them but they willingly took them in every state is different on whether or not you can be voluntarily incapacitated i e they willingly took something or drink something and then you know whether or not that there's consent or not it was very so again well let me just let me i want to stay to for california's in california no matter how you get intoxicated you can't read it could set right right philadelphia in pennsylvania yeah we that's that's the issue in this case shows is they they are saying that she wasn't able to consent he gave her drugs and then they're guilty so in weinstein i don't see that there's an issue in that case where there's an argument that he's intoxicating them or giving them things as a as a kind of quote unquote standard and the cosby case it's clear that is his mo that's what he's done in all these cases pretty clear that that's how he got sex in those situations in weinstein now you've got women who are having sex with a very very famous producer that can make or break their career and so the argument is going to be did they willingly have sex knowing that they were going to get something in return and so that's i think.

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"donna summer" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"donna summer" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Revis is a my clock dirt alert update a quick look at what's happening in entertainment so much dirt on mitag might bury the jews quincy jones says he david ivanka trump and that richer prior had sex with martin blando what any interview did you see this interview yeah in view of this new interview with vulture quincy jones says he wants stated indeed ivanka trump claimed as i said richard prior had sex with marlon brando who by the way apparently had sex with a bunch of people hella assured of the mailbox prior's widow just in case you thought that was some you know fake nine true fake news actually confirmed it pretty interesting she she went on to say of brando that he would god well let's to save liu wedding i'd do anything anyways a good word yes may get a chance to read that do you how do you feel about ideal telling tales at of i he now at some point when it's been like forty years ago and a lot of the players are dead it's like who cares if the freeforall word vomit of ivanka trump data it's interesting it was like one date one thing you with the dating she probably thought it was like a meeting and he thought it was a date because he's just as self involved old guy well could be he said oh it's supposedly have about twelve years ago quotes she's a fi aim mother bleeper she had the most beautiful legs i ever saw in my life wrong father of o o n e p quincy what's going on we also went on to say that michael jackson was a thief who stole a lot of stuff including some stuff from donna summer uh for billie jean he said the notes don't lie man he was a math he was as maquiavelian as they come deeds only give him a muscle relaxant home noakhali i care because it's so rare and at the hollywood you hear people telltale i will see a lot of the people of course that he was talking about are no longer with our they can't really did at in south here's one for use legal means you know she's had issues with depression anxiety and doesn't expect the overcut ever overcome them completely but she's come to terms with it she says quote it's a.

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