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"donna summer" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"That was about three years before heart were offered the song and then they made it their own elevated it. Here's the thing I know because I watched their behind the music but man they just would not put an Wilson on camera. Are you see her face? I think that an you would think that Nancy had sung the song with the amount of camera time that she. It's like not even when when the Guitar Solo is being played by someone else in the band. They just do slow motions of her playing guitar and running around yet. Like humping the guitar. There's a lot of very sexual movement with the guitar. Her chest is heaving they have a riding on a horse writing for like a second and a half. It's very surprising you and I also have. Yeah but and then they have an Wilson in just like a close up with a veil on. They were just so afraid of fat women on camera. I know that that was the record. Company was very angry that she wouldn't that she couldn't lose weight that she wouldn't lose weight that so then they just you. They're not subtle about it singing their. She's almost like fern. Never she's in a tower like away from the band. Yeah she's in on a balcony like away from them. It's funny shrouded in darkness and then just close ups of her face like very classic body J. Big treatment very bad and then the whole band is literally romping around the stage. Everybody's having all sorts of like movement and bunch. She is not even on to be behind a microphone yes. She does not at no point to see her singing into a microphone. It's so wild. Oh my gosh. Yeah is problematic to say. The least. I think really talked about that a lot in the behind the music as I recall. Yeah that was a that was a point of contention. Yeah and then 'cause she's really you know elevating that Song. She's change in. She's making it something a amazing you know A hit and she's she's really getting the shaft in Allen. It's wild and then just Nancy on ours very eighties all around truly all right. Let's move to you. Know if you're GONNA go outside during this you're going to need a mask you know you're gonNA have to keep yourself. Here's Cuban Pete from you need to have protective measures if you're going to be anywhere near anyone else. So let's listen to a song called protection by Donna Summer..
Fresh update on "donna summer" discussed on Dana Loesch
"Out the source. Mashed up. Donna Summer's bad girls and Danzig smother, and I'm telling you, It's the best thing ever. Sounded like something you would hear on the love boat there. That is so good. Right? Does brilliant. It's.
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. We ship predictions. Yeah Brilliant Yeah to infestations in the home and actual rate in an Bruce springsteen hated that thinks oh toilet is wounded great. What is your flat. Vetting process renew People in people could be people can deceive you. Matt's people on always what they appear to
'Bad Boys for Life' reunites Will Smith and Martin Lawrence with the same
"To the bad boys for life screening tonight because the choice was bad boys screening or Donna Summer at the fox and I love Donna Summer and I can see bad boys another day I can't see Donna Summer another well then the other I mean this tribute to do we really need to what this will be the third bad boys movie right I'm definitely going to I would definitely want to see I know my husband would love to see what the Martin Lawrence jobs program basically because what else is done except for I do like him you don't think about the the sequels and three goals and stuff like that is a lot of times and I don't really remember much about the last movie I don't think it was very good a lot of times it's that that this will be the third isn't it yes if it was the third okay a lot and it's been seventeen a long time yeah yeah every once in awhile you know though Die Hard did that they they kind of got together for four and it was it was pretty decent so we'll see I'll keep an open mind I will be there tonight will review it on Friday on great day St Louis and also here on came once but I bring it up because you sent me a piece this week that involve the essentially a confession from Will Smith right about his wife I'm JDS it's about Jay the pink at Smith and he he did an interview and he said any admitted really to how deeply in secure he wise the background is is that he has a wife jade Pinkett Smith went to school with the late rap icon because that's what some people think of them as two pox record right they went to school together and so they had a friendship before she had a relationship and then marriage with Will Smith and he said that he couldn't even talk to him if they were all in the room together he was he was jealous he was in secure the two of them day to pick it Smith and and to Bach never had a relationship they were always friends and he says that his wife told him you guys are so much alike you really like him and I will Smith that's a regret for him today that he let his in security keep him from having a relationship with this person he he was just so
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
"donna summer" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
"Bad Girls by Donna Summer number four don't bring me down by yellow and and number three after the love has gone by earth wind and fire now I have been in a week at number one this huge disco eases down and not the number two it's one of the most sampled and copied records in music history let's have been used in over two dozen others songs there's Nile Rodgers and she quit number two good times ridden by hall of Famer Nile Rodgers and his partner Bernard Edwards that third banshee with their million selling number one good this huge hit song was the best selling single of nineteen seventy nine and it marked the return of rock and roll to the top of the charts hard to believe but it was the first number one in over a year that was in a disco song are a slow tempo ballad song was inspired by this guy's real live price on a teenage sales girl he spotted at an LA mall Doug fighter and his band the knack but six week run at number one with my own this is America's greatest hits CBS FM the devil went down to Georgia he was looking for a so to speak he was in the back to the way the hands with a make a deal when he came across as young man someone on the plane and hot and the devil jumped up on the ball if you want the player too and if you care to take it there I'll make a bet with you thank you play pretty good fiddle ball give the devil his due a bit of fiddling gold against the soul I think I'm better Johnny and it but I'll take your bet you're going to regret this is a big they sat in the with the case and he said I'll start the show thank you Ralph hello and he pulled the bow across the strings and it made evil here Joan and it sounds like when the devil John a state where you're pretty good the step down in that chair right there and let me show you how to get into the devil about his head because he knew that he didn't beat any late that gold along the ground Johnny speed John is a devil just come on back in be everyone the tracking and as I told you once you son of a gun on the basis everybody and he played America's greatest is extra the Charlie Daniels band with their huge crossover the devil went down to Georgia song Charlie came up with the right after you read the Stephen Vincent Benet bone the mountain whipper will subtitled how hillbilly GM one the great fiddlers prize Jan and bring him back best music and memories of your life on America's greatest time now to check in with our special guest for this hour Bryan Adams now in the mid eighties after playing local gigs in Ontario Canada for years and suddenly found themselves headlining a tour in the USA which was pretty amazing basically back in nineteen eighty four name is an eighty five would release reckless and we were doing our first headline tour of America and I walked over to Keith Scott my guitars was different you know we're doing the same so basically what it was was was our time and things were just starting to come together with music still playing the music so it's you know it's really nice I can't really summer of eighty five Bryan Adams looking back it is five the summer of sixty nine now to another America's greatest is birthdays salute born this way in nineteen sixty five in Windsor Canada the birthday girl that don't impress me no okay I don't okay don't okay that don't in nineteen ninety nine that don't impress me much top ten she co wrote with her husband at the time mon laying come on out by a monster movie hit what's amazing about this song is that it it number one all week before the movie even came out here that right after the break greatest in.
"donna summer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"AIR Aretha Franklin Marvin Gaye Al Green earth wind and fire parliament Funkadelic Diana Ross Donna Summer very white Bob Marley Patti LaBelle are just some of the many performers are against Bruce Telamon has photographed on stage and off a book collecting his music photos from nineteen seventy two to eighty two is titled soul R. and B. funk Telamon gotta start doing photos for the black owned Ellie newspaper soul that helped lead the way to freelancing for jet and ebony magazine's photographing musicians for record companies and becoming the photographer for Soul Train Telamon went on to shoot still photos for various movies working with people like Eddie Murphy Paul Reubens Tom Hanks and Steven Spielberg Telamon cover Jesse Jackson's nineteen eighty four presidential bid where he met his wife NPR's Karen Grigsby Bates Telamon spoke with guest contributor Centauri Clinton welcome the fresh air you know I have to say I'm amazed at the access you got so when you look at photos there's like there's padded bile is one my favorite photos with her feet up on a conference table were Stevie Wonder late late night at Roscoe's chicken this is something I wonder about is getting that access there's a photo of Donna Summer yes minimal make up she's got her knees are bare knees pulled up against her and she's a since we were looking down the barrel of the lands thank you at the viewer right and it is so sweet and intimate and this seems early in your career how does this photo well this was an interesting this was casa Blanca records in film works her record label was promoting an album that was coming out in nineteen seventy seven and they wanted to reach this you know this black audience and they would do this sometimes to the black press they would give what we're called hand outs where they have another photographer shoot it and you know some Hollywood glamour photographer would shoot it they almost even right the right the story in and quite frankly you know a lot of black newspapers in groups would not have the manpower they couldn't go to a concert they couldn't do you know they couldn't be there so they would take these handouts and they would print the and and Regina said and this is the editor of soul the the edit the editor of soul said if you want to reach my audience you have to allow my photographers and my writers access and so they reluctantly said Ono okay you've got twenty minutes well we had set up on the day that that we were supposed to shoot Donna for the for the cover we're there three hours early well who walks in but Donna Summer and she looks at the set up and you know they had told it was going to be you know twenty minutes in and out and she looks and she says you brothers a serious she stayed for four hours sorry our maybe six months later when ebony magazine which was the big African American magazine of of record they said do you have a photographer that you work with because they were going to defer to her and she says yes Bruce Toleman that ebony cover was my first national cover all right so you know from there a lot of things happened after that you transition that at some point to work for another Chicago legend don Cornelius the founder of some old train Soul Train and in the book you tell an anecdote that I I really love and it's don Cornelius and he's standing in shadow with James Brown and I love this photo not necessarily because the photo so great though because the story behind it is so great for those who don't know don Cornelia starts soul train he runs it for over thirty years is a music entrepreneur who was Chicago DJ and and there's just like there's this moment where James Brown who is a god of rock and roll RB and everything is standing next to Duncan alias and he surprised by all the stuff that's happening around first of all when I when I look back at that photograph you've got James Brown and you've got don Cornelius two black men who were at the height of their their powers in their careers in nineteen seventy three they're sitting there all the setter actually standing on the set in between shots and that's one of the things sometimes it's a little subversive about being a photographer you can get close and you can listen and you can hear things you know I've always felt that was sacred you don't tell all right now they're both gone I I think I will share it during the break James Brown was noticing you know that everybody was deferring obviously to don yeah and at one point you know he asks him who you with what do you mean James what we with who's backing you on this and it wasn't until I was putting this book together then I realized that I might have captured an important little historical footnote in black music Donna knew would James meant and don you know said which it's me it's it's it's only me behind you know who's who's doing this but James Brown was asking if don was being assisted by backers who were primarily not of the colored persuasion and the answer was James it's just me that's a moment of real realization right it's like a we can not only can sing and dance we could do the whole thing we can we can as they say we can for wallet because you see what that meant was don paid for everything and then he went out and sold it and he owned his product this was not done going to A. B. C. and making a deal nobody wanted to make a deal with don back then there's a photo in the book yeah Isaac Hayes with a saxophone chain mail vest is the only thing I could call it sort of in his shaft era yes Lori Isaac Hayes you know we're getting the shaft and was singer songwriter and musician this is my first R. and B. photo that I I took and you're up in his grill I get there I was two feet away from him how do you get their stupidity not understanding that you're not supposed to be there not understanding that that two security guys could have picked me up and tossed me out but they didn't it was the end of the show I actually got up on the on the stage was crawling around these boxes the the the the road cases you know that the instruments are in and he was actually playing at that moment so there I was on and and there's there's a photo in the book of a younger Salomon standing near eyes any you are under under the piano to figure out I'm two feet away and I I just knew that was what I was supposed to do for the rest of my life we're listening to the interview our guest contributor Cynara gluten recorded with Bruce Telamon his music photos from nineteen seventy two to eighty two are collected in the book Seoul are and be funk we'll hear more of their interview after a break this is fresh air support for.
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.
"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.
"donna summer" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Won't have to deal with too much traffic hitting on mass transit. We're not seeing any major delays next update in less than ten minutes in the twenty four hour traffic center. Brian ramona. Witness weather forecasts sunshine right now but be aware as the afternoon goes on. We're gonna see increasing clouds center tells us about three o'clock or so chance of thunderstorms firing up, and they could be severe so you wanna stay with us throughout the afternoon for updates we're going to get eighty five degrees. Hours thunderstorms tonight, then gradual clearing the low sixty for Monday, mostly sunny, windy. Poor high sixty nine degrees. It's seventy seven degrees in Juny park right now. Seventy three in Wenonah. It's seventy one at the acme in Paoli sponsored by act. The your favorite local supermarket sunny skies and sixty nine degrees here at the broadcast center in spring garden, heading up to eighty five and again, we've got that threat of thunderstorms. Some of them severe later on this afternoon. KYW. By national appliance warehouse. June second nineteen seventy nine. Donna summer at the top of the singles chart with. Hot stuff. Dated nineteen ninety-five images that live in my heart. The romance movie, the bridges of Madison County, oh to call on for the summer's night, Meryl Streep ninety first time I ever saw him. Employees don't want to say. Nineteen ninety six. Show host Ray combs took his own life in the mental ward of a hospital in California. Sporting and June second two thousand eight. Diddley died of heart failure at his home in Florida. He was seventy nine I'm Brendan and that. By national appliance warehouse tax free shopping on new kitchen appliances, national appliance warehouse fell eating too much of certain kinds of food. Could send you to an early grave two studies published in the British medical journal found heavily processed foods such as breakfast cereal bacon. Microwaveable males can raise the likelihood of cardiovascular disease mortality. Researchers at the university of Paris studied more than one hundred thousand adults for five years and found those who ate food with sugar, saturated fats preservatives, or sweeteners had a greater chance of heart attack stroke, or other issues in Spain study, found people consumed more than four servings a day of ultra processed foods had a sixty two percent increased risk for early death. I'm Anne Cates. Took twenty-five. It's money news on KYW. Here's Bloomberg's and must do sharks are big business in coastal communities. At this time of year. They're featured on bestselling souvenirs from hats and t shirts to actual shark teeth shark deemed merchandise, just flies off the shelf, Wendy northcross is CEO of the Cape Cod. Massachusetts chamber of commerce. But in the wake of deadly shark attacks off Cape Cod, and the Hawaiian island of Maui, their sensitivity, around selling gory merchandise. She says one store has stopped selling towels that said nice to eat, you given what's going on the right decision. What people will buy. Everything has a customer, everything in good taste. And.
"donna summer" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Fifty years older, and and they got the exact same sex. So all I'm saying is those people wasted fifty years of life reading I'm gonna get my roller skates on my spandex and meet one Donna summer out, by the way, I just had this thought but in their prime and take your time. Max patta. I don't think that you could tell the difference between Donna summer's hair and Rick James hair when they were in their in their fullest. If you want some real producing picture them side-by-side blur out the faces. By some time. There been any photo shopping back in the seventies. That would have been the first one slow that one down and see if we can figure that one out in the in the photo in the world of photographs I had to take a picture of my dog, Phil who he has this thing where he likes to figure out where the action is where the noise is what's going on and whatever. And then he just goes on lice down in the middle of it. That's kind of his thing. And I got a couple of guys at my house kicking three out the removing tree dig in the roots out out. Great. And if you go little tighter on it max, Bada fill is literally the literally just leaping. Eighteen inches away from where these guys are digging up, and we see a picture of it. It seems like a dog died where these guys were dog. Yeah. Berry dog they're gonna pull the tree stump up going to bury the dog, you can see the picture down crawl that. But no that's Phil walking over to where the people are working, and then laying down and going to bed next to the shovels next to the ends of the shovels. Related question that I think only you would know the answer to and who else to ask this in my life. I've good friend. I wanted this renovation was backyard. He has three medium to large issues trees that he wants to get rid of lar-, medium large. I have three trees on our property that are either dead or dying or just they need to go out. Two of them are on the site of the strip on the sidewalk with the grass. You know what I'm saying? Yeah. Whatever that shrip- grass is they're all ones on the property. How difficult would it be logistically with the city? And are they going to be like go for it? Or there is there a lot of they're not gonna get your now in charge of your own Parkway. That's not. I don't have any information. Just just just do it because they're gonna they're gonna they're gonna turn to you and say, yeah, we don't have a crew that can do that. Now, if you redo your sidewalks, you have to pay for that yourself, how ridiculous to transplant trees is that a realistic thing. Well, how I don't know how you mean myself now transplanting it's very kind of kind of kind of tough. But I will say this. You can go out there. You can go take that tree down you can do everything else. And then enjoy it when the neighbor comes out wants to know what's going on or and or calls department building safety or whatever it is when the neighbor gets involved. That's my favorite part is when the neighbors get involved, it's like, I'm working on something on my property. And I know I didn't ask your permission. But you don't leave the house and you stare out the window and you wait for the meals on wheels van to come by. And you see somebody's limb in their life. And you were not asked if they could do all this about right? I've had that a million times. It was an ecology major at Oregon. Sure. Paul major. Transfer that ecology. All right. We will get ready to take a break. I I'll tell you about oh have a quick casual challenge pasture edge. You can tweet us your Castro challenge question and Corolla show with the hashtag Castro challenge with your question for casual challenge brought to you by Castrol edge. You got one mic spat on Instagram hashtag Castro challenge. What is your favorite muscle car? Bits rainy. Yeah. The pitch are- share.
"donna summer" Discussed on Phil in the Blanks
"Thanks for doing this, by the way, when delta Phil Coles. I mean, how can the answer be? Yeah. Right. Really? Appreciate what I came in. You reminded me of knocking over red wine. I think it was on white carpet. David foster, who I know you've done for this series had invited me to his house for this dinner posse to meet Barbra, Streisand who I've never met. I'm desperate to me. And I remember standing there and everyone is about sixteen people. Donna summer was there before she died Regis Philbin. As a stellar crowd of people. And I remember you arriving plus to you later you can careering to fill here. I'm with everything in the house. It turned out was white any realizes when you came in and accidentally tipped to bottle of red wine all over the gleaming white foster carpet. Oh, I do remember that. Now, it wasn't a glass of red wine. It was a bottom line over at the counter. Yes. And it fell off hit the floor splutter. All over the wall all over, and I thought wow. This guy knows how to make an entry. I think it was actually use it knocked that. Thank news. That's like news. It was definitely you. I myself shortly after you a slightly mortified, but I of course, down hugely entertaining wasn't slightly mortified I was spotted with red wine. And totally God. The mortified Robin turns around and says, I can't take you anywhere. Good. And if you remember, I did you a that she because I was trying to think how can I do something even more embarrassing, which we'll say he'll though and I ended up if you remember having one too many glasses of wine and deciding for reasons that remain baffling to me to go on bended, knee and whole Barbra Streisand's hand sang to her the theme. Tune from the way we were David foster on the piano members the room went completely silent. And it wasn't a good silence. It was more of an uncomfortable. Silence. And the end of my wailing, Barbara small means said his us one of the sweetest things anyone's ever done for me. The please don't ever do it again. As I recall. What was the song you were seeing because you were singing the wrong song? Yeah. It wasn't a song from that movie. Wasn't the song that she sang singing memories, the lawyer Weber one, right? The way with ancient exactly he was at chain lists and the polling. It was actually the completely wrong song. Yeah. Yeah. You remembered the wine, but you left out that you sang the wrong song Barbra Streisand. The narrative Menton party to my dismay was Dr Phil and the horrific bottle of red wine. It was me massacring a son Tobias dry sent just while you're seeing that she's looking at me going. What what is he doing everything she about baba striking AC was fantastic company? But what I remember was at the end, everyone sing, so David foster around his piano, and then he had one of his little boy ban groups came in and sang beat of Donna summer, very tragically died within a year of this dinner party. I didn't know she was ill. She sang beautifully. Regis Philbin sang with his wife, and everyone was singing. You didn't get the has turn to Barbara, and she declined. And when I said, why wouldn't you sing in a tiny environment like this? And she said I can never sing when I can see people's faces up close. And she said I'll go so freaked out performing live. I didn't perform twenty five years after I think central park in New York, she sang in front of the hundred thousand people and she so close to the crowd. She can see their faces and she was so sick from those. She didn't perform again for quarter of a century. She won't sing happy birthday. Kinda like amazing just in the group. She won't sing happy birthday. And there's a great clip on my show where she talks about having so much anxiety about that. And I say would you like to deal with that? She swings her feet up on the couch and says, how would you fix that? For me. He has a great sense of humor. Yeah. Really is a classic. Absolutely. But extrordinary that someone like that. So talented greatest singer Bob of the mall couldn't sing for private group. But she's funny. She's witty she's funded..
"donna summer" Discussed on Ask Me Another
"Lindsay son of a king prince, correct? Doug, our planet. Breeze and flames earth wind and fire. Correct. Lindsey the velour London subway system, the velvet underground that is correct. Doug, the mother of a beehive Queen correct Lindsey circulatory muscle. Three seconds. Sorry. We were looking for heart. Doug and talion woman on June twenty first. In some cases, Madonna. Sorry. That is incorrect. We were looking for Donna summer. Oh, Lindsey tiny, president Nixon. Three seconds. Sorry. We were looking for Little Richard. We're at the halfway point. Doug is in the lead. Three two Doug, the small mats put under cups to protect the table. Because there's correct. Lindsay the wildfire safety bear, plus the family from lost in space while fire safety bear you can prevent wildfires. Three seconds smokey Robinson. That is..
"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.
"donna summer" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"This is news eleven ten ninety nine three wbz tea and we're so glad that you are tuned into the income strategy show with dolph janice of clear income for life dot com nineteen seventynine was the year donna summer's hot stuff was a huge hit and there was a new product unveiled that today's kids just can't seem to figure out what it even does but it was unveiled back in nineteen seventy nine you know that is used for speaking in two music boombox way way way all right it actually is a device that plays music oh and just what was this crazy cassette player that stumped all the kids there it was the revolutionary sony walkman which was revealed to the world in nineteen seventy nine proud to say that i had one of those and war it out yes ditto you'd have to rewind and forward in a whole different way that kids today would not even understand listen they're spoiled as i go i don't want to listen to the first three songs you just press number four right inning you'd hold down ford over wind and play at the same time so that it would kind of skim and you could hear the music stopped and there's all kinds of ways of working around that but people are so spoiled now they don't realize how good they have it that's right i don't know what i would do especially in radio if we went back to an era like that everything's so digital these days it's crazy but it is fun to remember those things and also realize that kids today are confused what even happened to when it comes to technology what we were doing back in the day but there are a lot of things that have changed also for the better when it comes to retirement and those are issues that dolph addresses here on the radio show every single week and through his youtube channel and all the different resources he has available via books and guides and things through his office at clear income strategies if you'd like to find out about those or the complimentary workshops he does seven zero four nine one nine zero one four nine suppose.
"donna summer" Discussed on Bigmouth
"Favorite books of all time it came out a couple of years ago and i'm not sure exactly how i found that subsequently found out that could picked up on it and interviewed the author because so is thing you could say oh it's it's a family saga and i find that idea replied to books have been like oh god this is going to be some like thousand page trudge through some kind of misery memoir it's not that all it deals with mental health basically and the mental health issues of died in america and and the sun told through the eyes of the the brother and is based on on the authors experience it's is incredibly moving and as the lightness of his touch when he writes is is really quite extraordinary it's really sad in parts but it's also really really funny so there's a whole section at the beginning where michael the brother who is who suffers terribly with with depression as a teen is is on a cruise and he's writing these letters home it's you gradually realize turning into complete fantasy but he's writing about donna summer and disco and how it's rocking his world and it's basically it's like the best music criticism you've ever read and so funny like rude with after reading this book and so if you're like a bit of a sensitive music lover like a cannell imagine a better more satisfying moving pilot trusting pile flowers and then at the end it's one of those ones you know when you read great some book and probably makes you cry the end and so you're like sniffling away in your garden and it's really warm and your heart's feeling all sorts of things in it will feel kinda strange and wonderful go so if it's going to ruin your holiday mike shows air the same hop on the first down pitches plans because down and get yourself free.
"donna summer" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"You know what the donna summer three different people playing the three but they just i don't know if it's suffering from that kind of thing it's at the oriental theater in chicago and it debuted a week ago well the go only if you wanna hear here's some of the reviews from people make from chicago waste of time it's total utter failure disrespectful she deserves better than this skip it now summonses finding colorful share lacked substance oh jeez such a great story i'm no longer sheriff i'm believing in life after love after love after love oh dear laurie what are the reviewers saying well these are just people skip it this show's an hour and a half two long fourteen too many songs the second act is painfully no way will this make it on broadway own no i know you need to keep work shopping because a few people that liked it right cindy from chicago she loved it she thought it was great suzanne from chicago was not wowed and shantelle from grand rapids michigan thought it was an hour too long but rave from saint joseph michigan said it's worth seen multiple times so you've just got to go for yourself again and if anyone has seen it please call us dallas yeah phyllis from chicago loved most of the show she did yes and thomas from chicago said it was tons of fun nikki from chicago says pay for a damn balcony seats i have time to fix it yeah yeah well you know i mean everyone you know the thing is that what happened with jersey boys is that is such a quote unquote great to parks musical maybe the best one we've ever had that's a true story about a real people real group the real songs it was done the narrating that's about it we could not do it by the way when we were talking i know we're going to go vanessa kirby from the crown you like her dating jake jeweler not dating but would you like it if the terry match.
"donna summer" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On
"Her lips were seal all right wow said a lady come on labia side so head over heels pretty good title just opened this week the reviews are in here's my favorite this is a hot mess no shot through with moments of guilty pleasure deliver and establish it for the tubular days of yours so i bet you like the musical there's a donna summer musical in new york right now that i'm thinking about going to see that would be pretty disco fine i think i would know every song that's the scary thing and i think my inner diva would come out hey no way i'd pay cash money to see your inner diva come out it would be big time man mcgabe of is melting and the dock as big donna summer fantasy kid year old donna summer fan little white kid little fat white kids screaming donna summer songs and you grew up straight that's the miracle they say yeah we'll find out by the last day i've told this story thank you i told you the story before about love to love you baby right no i told you the story maybe that was my goto masturbation saw oh yes 'cause the donna summer's love to love you baby i think it's like thirteen minutes long and the last seven it's just her moaning to to to music and kids it was hard to find porn back in the day in a world with no internet used records so i would turn off the lights and put my headphones on and plug it into my record player.
"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.
"donna summer" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"Right didn't i mean i'm definitely done things equally as dumb right oh yes one trite donna summer said it best someone left believe it or not this gets more dumb on his oh great bird tried to reenter the room and grab another piece of pepperoni and agitated state i apologize but i took off on my shoes and threw it at him not hit the burden of course when the intruders were down to one remaining siegel he chased it through the room as it held a big chunk of pepperoni favorite scene in rocky my favorite saying he's trying to close nick then grabbed a towel captured the bird and put it out the window dropping the towel unbeknownst to nick virtual the shoe and towel fell to the empress front lawn amidst a large group of tourists who were walking towards the tea room so these people are like taking tour of this hotel and there are birds and shit in pepperoni forty the holes yes why adam by then it was almost time to go to his dinner with his customers he's been newly hired at this job he's in town to meet with customers terrible but nick virtual story he's got eight stories you know the power of having a good story for a dinner it's like every meet walk in with a good opener you have got a story you show meeting so it's almost time for dinner but nick virtual only had one shoe he went out and found it it was damp from landing in the mud and a wet patch of soil back in his room burchell nick tried to dry the shoe with a hairdryer when his phone rang he was startled in the hairdryer fell into his sink filled with water.
"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.
"donna summer" Discussed on X96
"Said michael stole a lot of stuff you like from donna summer he stole approaches what fruit and then there's some guy helped him right a part of a song and he never gave him home uh it so i he's he's he's not completely honest whenever something gets a little too that he should doesn't think he should talk about he peavy changes he sought ages the subject by asking the interview a what's your sign if so it's it's an entertaining re i'm now i'm like i'm really looking forward to the documentary because i i'm sure there's lots of his rival wordage he he knows everybody in hand can the lot of yemen you know he's kept everything so they'll be a beeline any knows the music toward the end of the interview he talks about sir how he was so looking at a map of the world the way that the continent's were i don't know how many you know millions of years ago because he all the continents of moon and he says if you notice the ill on that map china is right next to africa so there had to be some sharing in the music there if you listen to chinese and japanese music there's a lot of heavy drums and he said that had to be sharon both kuwait alone solid and i thought that was fascinating he says he wants to he wants to do a a series about that now one it's interesting uh i haven't seen him you know lately i will iis helping you see in good shares house ear he lie they said who do you like now he said bruno mars kendrick lamar ed sheeran asia and he's a ed sheeran's a good song he uh he you know he should i guess i shouldn't have to ask if he's in good shape he says he has 22 different women around the world yeah that he stops and has time with i think that's probably true but it's a it's on vulture dot com region go read it carried the quincy jones it as the as the swearing the swearing ads to uh you all right oh you want me to ask track.