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Dolly Parton, Eminem, Richie get into Rock Hall of Fame
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Tatum, Brown lead Celtics to 109-103 win, 3-0 lead over Nets
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Dolly Parton, Eminem, Lionel Richie among Rock Hall nominees
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James, 1st-timers Morant, Wiggins named All-Star starters
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"duran duran" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
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"duran duran" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
"Speaking of national treasures. Most notorious part of touring with david bowie eighty-seven. Well yes david bowie. When we used to go on stage we always wondered why the front rows were empty turned out. David was meeting all of his sponsors while we were on stage so that was a little lesson that we learned from that. Oh my god all right. Thank you guys picture. Someone named little j nine five with a bunch of numbers said did durant iran and the cure really hate each other's music and aesthetic or was that fabricated by the press as they just hate to them use. It they hated your. I'd love the cure. One of my favorite bands. I love the queue so that was a manifestation of the press about yes jared p wants to. I'm so excited for your new album. Any collaborations you can. You can share yeah. We've collaboration with swedish. Pop office called her. Name is tove lo yes and we've got chai chai fantastic japanese new punk band. All girl gye if you haven't if you hadn't if you haven't heard him yet check them out. They're amazing will. We got a tour to support the new album. Yes i want to go to our virtual fans with questions for duran duran. Erica from virginia has a question for simon. What's your question. Erica erica. Andy hey guys. Siamese question is this. Who are you most starstruck by and who you most disappointed in christmas with band aid. That was a legendary. You had phil collins. George bano jordan michael to check that jones come within that night. Only one only one that night. Wasn't it jones. Maverick yes yes. I've already forgotten the question. Were you both starstruck. Most officer keith. Richards yeah actually yes. That was the most striking moment that was not a bad. Do they know it's christmas. We'll were you starstruck by two. They know it's christmas was it. I dunno most starstruck. You see. I pick somebody else to i would i would say buzz aldrin because that seems yes all right okay. Here's brian from louisville with the question for the group. Hi guys looking back. Were there any artist. You felt totally ripped you off with their music video since you were the ones who had such a huge influence on that part of the biscuit anybody laid icon basically. What he's saying is since you. Guys were such vanguards in the music video universe. Was there anyone who you felt. Came after you kind of was ripping off your stick in the music video genre about ripping things off. I think that faucheux of the person we all thought was making the greatest videos at the same time was peter. Gabriel yes yes michael. You virtual fans which.
"duran duran" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
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"duran duran" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen
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"duran duran" Discussed on Rooks and Becords Podcast
"Were doing this with many many bands to be fifty. Two's as well they had. Ap's if you wanna take a chance on a band can pay a little bit less money and that kinda helped. So they got the carnival ep out there and then people started plated so it was such a long process but date david really was instrumental in saying. Hey you know. He didn't do much to it but i interviewed him. He was like we didn't do a terrible amount to it. You know we rebalanced it because he was really good at keeping the essence of made the song great and just kind of bringing out different elements of it is like. I don't recall anything very difficult about it. It was just one of those things where we worked with very straightforward and simple because it was not that the song is simple but he was like it was a really good experience basically. I definitely hear it. One of my complaints and i said this to john early when we were talking to durant durant i said what am i issues with. That i record is the thinness of the mix. I said john taylor such a great bass player. But i can barely hear his base work. But this remix stuff. That david kirshenbaum did. He clearly brought all of that to the front. Same with andy. Taylor's guitar work so it was much more upfront. A grooved an rocked and the same time. And obviously i heard these songs billion over. So i can kind of ab test them in my mind. And no and herald subtleties that. Come out but for rock radio at the time bringing that guitar a little farther up in the mix may have sealed the deal for at least rock radio and say okay there the guitars now. We can play it. That's exactly it. What did rock radio. what could they relate to. They could relate to louder guitars. They could relate to grooves keyboards still a little bit. Still benefit you know in. Nick rhodes influences. I mean he loved work. He loved brian eno and so he has. He's really amazing. Groundbreaking cool sounding keyboard parts which radio again. It was like but you know but they understood. Guitarist named understood baselines and so yet making them kind of full like that and just just sort of kind of tricking people into this is bad. All right that helps so much. Because i mean andy's influences he loved you know everything. Radio play you sell the van halen black sabbath the infamous seventy eight uk to he liked jeff back you like youth richards jimi hendrix. I believe so. He liked all of those influences. That people in america liked definitely shows on their on their records. Insurance it's a subtle thing but for those whose ears tuned to that lane. The upcoming rocker. So i hear it very much. I'm like yeah i can. I can hear this guy. His influences as refuge. And all that stuff so we go to john for his last question. Oh john and he. Can you talk a bit about the iconic rio album cover by patrick nagel now when i bought the record back in one thousand nine hundred eighty two when it came out. You couldn't escape patrick. Nagel prints they were everywhere in southern california. One of my college roommates at san diego state even drew the rio album. Cover for me as a birthday present. It was everywhere now. That's a brilliant package for a sophomore album..
"duran duran" Discussed on Rooks and Becords Podcast
"Some people who realize i mentioned specifically W msn cleveland aor powerhouse and their uh john gorman and tiddly who were there john gorman especially he checked out mtv in he. He saw the potential for he was like. I see what this is showing the other aspect of radio. I don't think i was able to get deeply into the book about this was. Mtv was getting preferential treatment and mtv was getting videos before radio. Radio did not like that. They viewed it as competition. And that's so funny in hindsight because it will fees into each other. You know people are discovering new music on mtv than they wanna hear it on the radio exemplary. It should work together but at the time there was that little bit of divisiveness and everyone was kind of at odds because as we know what the music industry in general changes hard and very looked on with skepticism. Or another question for john. So he's a question about duran duran's videos. Every mtv sensor literally considered videos for rio and hungry like the wolf softcore porn that did the band pander to this notion on purpose or were the offended to some degree by that inference and again. I'll take my answer off the air. Thank you john any you know. I think he might be mixing that up with girls on film. So girls on film was from the band's debut and it was like fall of eighty one not far before rio came out girls on phil. That's how d- rand got a lot of attention in america got i. That's the video where there was nudity. There were some kind of suggestive situations. Go at on and that little bit even even now when you watch it. You're like this is pretty steamy. This is a little too people kind of remember that it had to be edited. And i don't think there's ever been a definitive answer about exactly who edited. What's at how much to be edited out. I think there's a bunch of things floating around but the whole thing about music video at that time. Is that people were just trying. Think people were just sort of mississippi. What would sticks. Let's just try this idea because it wasn't really established. The uk use music videos dating back to the mid seventies with queen. And you had kate bush doing some really groundbreaking things but there wasn't really a culture of music video In america yet..
"duran duran" Discussed on Rooks and Becords Podcast
"Was one of my biggest discoveries or kind of big re positionings in terms of doing this book. Is that duran. Duran kinda got lumped into a new wave band because basically that's how america radio of categorized they're like are you know you're british Next to the cure and depeche mode and all this stuff quote unquote new wave. But they're definitely a different different breed and had they come out with that same sound ten years later they probably would have been perceived a lot differently. Talk about guitarist. Andy taylor and his one of his favorite bands was acdc. Yep and that. He's from the same area that brian johnson is. The singer took over for bonds. Scott and wasn't the at a bar when brian johnson got the gig for ac dc. John taylor told me this anecdote he said you know. Andy was at the same bar with brian. Johnson hurt he got the gig. And i think brian bought around for everybody. When you're a kid trying to make it in music and you're seeing this guy that you hang out with that you see get this amazing gig as i think it's enormously influential and it's just enormously inspirational too. 'cause it's like hey i can do this. And he had a lot of experience before he joined duran duran he had kind of toward military bases in. You know he had a he had already been on the road so he was kind of the the grizzled veteran of duran duran with joy wwltv. No he wasn't very old. He started very young and he brings in some pretty heavy guitar for the band. That really makes them stand out. That debt to me is john. And i've talked about this on other episodes of the podcast duran duran's one of his favorite bands and he was all like we just listened to any taylor's guitar work. And he's really preaching at me about this. And so i go back and i listened to it. I'm going to get right man. This is a total rocker. Especially when you listen to live. Bootlegs from eighty to eighty four era and durant durant are a fiery rock band. They are like really tight really good. And you hear andy especially kind of really shines live but you know when you go back and listen to radio and you start to listen are limited for andy's guitars. He has some really interesting parts as well. Just a shading the way it comes in he. Nick rhodes synthesizers they really. There's a really interesting pushing. Poll there really makes for some evocative music that really also makes it very different than other bands of the era agree. You talked about radio and your comments earlier. But let's talk about the role of radio in the united states in the early eighties. This period when program directors were kind of stuck in the nineteen seventies. mostly rock radio duran. Duran's seemed to be that the right place at the right time for radio to really feel the impact of mtv on the radio industry so talk a little bit about mtv duran duran's rio album and what program directors were thinking at the time in in the nineteen eighties..
"duran duran" Discussed on Rooks and Becords Podcast
"Metaphorical which seven ahmad is. So good at brent. Right now speaking of simon the bond in your chapter why real matters you note that lyricist and frontman simon labant. His favorite band is joy. Division who later became the order but joy division's not known for their fluffy pop songs and in the case of duran duran's some of their non hits on this record kind of fear into that joy. Division territory. I would agree with that. I mean i think that the what's so interesting about your android and is you everyone. That perception is that. They're this massive pop band and you think pop music it's very happy in upbeat. Danceable -able but duran duran hatha moody side. And you really see that. A lot of rio side to especially and so you kind of have that you know. What's it all about the existential whereas my life going things aren't successful. There's a little bit of that darkness and you know but what's interesting is at simon because i think he's a pretty upbeat person kind of channel. How do i balance the joy division darkness with my own personality with so many things with duran duran. What came out is she's just really interesting. Unique alchemy of influences. That you that no one else could come up with when i first heard the record. It's when it came out. And i was in high school at the time i was one of those acting kids. That may have started my fair lady in your production when you're in the in the band pit though i can't sing. I probably would have had a speaking role but my acting teacher at the time suggested that if anyone was interested in pursuing the creative arts and acting specifically should take dance lessons and so she contracted with this dance studio in downtown antioch. California is doreen school of dance. And be and this other guy. My friend paul. We were the two guys in the class. Every everybody else was were girls. I came to the class early and he was in the parking lot. Because hey come on over and he said hey has gone and we got in the car and he goes. I look i got the new duran duran and so i said pop it endless. Listen to it so we knew already knew the hits from. Mtv said let's specify past the the hits and so we started listening to the other songs. We weren't very impressed..
"duran duran" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make
"I did not realize that had been played so few times because it was. They played it like early early on. I didn't realize that had fallen out of rotation so it was never in rotation apparently because eighteen times in Total that's that's not a lot. That's like i mean to me. That's also one of my favorite songs on the record. It's you know it's such a beautiful song at it's so maybe maybe it's too emotional to talk i. It's like was one of the songs i know the most and so you haven't had a music video even you know i don't think necessarily necessarily got airplay. It was on the video album. Of course. But i'm not sure if it got airplay. The old saying is never meet your idols. What has it been like to meet these guys. Except i guess you haven't met simon or have you could take back. I did so like on the pop trash tour. I ended up having a meet. Greet passes and so i had. I have a copy of rio by simon. Nick and warren and i honestly don't remember a thing about it. I have pictures. But i don't remember meeting. I have no recollection of like. I'm sure we said hello. I'm sure i was very nervous. It's weird because you think. I can go back and other times be like i remember reading this rockstar. And they were great. I have no recollection. So no one was a jerk. Timmy or else. Because i would have remember that you know. It was totally fine but no. I talked him on the phone and they're all everyone is lovely honestly. I interviewed nick and john before over the years to be like you know. Show previews and stuff like that. And they're lovely. Everybody's very thoughtful and everyone i said you know might might take away from and his. They're very very perceptive about themselves. And not every musician is like that and like i said i've interviewed hundreds of musicians. They are very meticulous and they understand their own work very well and i. That's massive strength. Who's you're writing a book about someone you know. It's very helpful to kind of have those insights. Sometimes you're interviewing musicians and tell me about this record. And they're like well. You know they give platitudes and cliches. But everybody was extremely thoughtful and detail about the record and and about themselves and so i think that's one reason why i think duran duran has been around for so long because they are very thoughtful about their own music and career. You know they do a lot of social media stuff. You can tell her that. They're very lovely. People get other good to fans and things like that more people should know that about them about how not just not just the caretakers of their image and their music but that they are you know as you say meticulous about it because that's a big a big selling point for band you know. They're not just pretty boys. You know in a video that they that the care that goes into it. Think you're completely right. And i think you know for many years. People didn't see that. And you still hear people say that. Sometimes you know when you hear certain people say oh duran duran that pop and my sister life but nothing could be further from the truth honestly and you see more and more people now. It's starting to very interesting doing kind of a lot of social media book promotion which musicians have been like you might tweets and see you know saying things like your fan. I can see your nick. Rhodes recently got a honored. Rowlands lifetime achievement award. He basically had testimony else and it was like. This is your life. Nick rhodes your people congratulating you at it was from the people you might expect with unders. People like all these metal. Has i think it was the guy from dream theater was talking about like you know nick and some just like how great is that. There's all these metal heads that like. Duran duran they have a lot of. They're getting a lot more respect for years. I've thought that they need to be in the hall of fame and just doing this book just like cemented that for me one thousand percent when you look at their influence in the music they made and just everything over the years and especially with rock music getting in and the cure and depeche mode. It's time it's like long overdue for them to get in. Actually i have one little. I put together. When i was listening to rio is like all right. I'm gonna put. I have this five second medley. Let's see if you can pick out these three songs game. Show yes all right. Let's go write three songs. Guests is hungry like the wolf and then David pryor and then rio yeah. That was my doodoo trivia question. Hey i know well well as listening to they all. I mean thanks to to anti i was you know. Wrote rediscovering this album then all of sudden like oh yeah look i remember. Simon loves to do a lot. I love it. That's like scatting. Simon scanning feel like theater background drama student. And you know you have that you can tell that musical theater bitten him comes out. That's one of the reasons by duran. Duran is so great fearless as a as frontman everything everything you need to be as a charismatic frontman gets the bill to. We love him still to this day. Yeah thank you so much. This is really nice. Wanna find so much. I appreciate you reaching out. Yes so much for doing this. Great and we can call you friend of the show so in case of an emergency we can We can reach out to. You can call a friend. I could be one of your lifelines perfect. How good okay. Best of luck with With the book. I look forward to getting into it. Gonna that's gonna be a great read awesome. I'm looking forward to people seen it okay. So that concludes our talk. With annie's leschi had a great time. I seem to remember why we created this music. Podcast is that We like to nerd out about music and certain albums think we found someone. Who's a lot like us. This is exactly the reason. We started this podcast. I loved talking about this. I know you did too but talk about rio forever. And i really liked the way. She laid out the book for roadmap of rio in house of recording. The album came together. Said it was really really great. And i love hearing about how how. She had to submit the proposal. And i'm just imagining you know. How many people. She was up against zachary. And that's why we do. This podcast is to learn these things. So we've we've learned a little we've thrown a little. I think we're a little more mature now after talking with anti who's was extremely well versed in this subject so and we now have a new friend of the show so that's exciting as well versed in this subject. I think she is well versed in anything musical. She thinks could be very well. I yes if you're on twitter. I highly suggest you follow her I believe it's at ami celeski a. n. n. e. z. a. l. e. s. k. So follow her. And while you're on twitter watch follow us you can follow us at. 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"duran duran" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make
"Were you on who you identify with. That's a really good question. So i always been a big fan of john. Taylor's base plane. Because i think i've always thought that he is most underrated. Probably nick rhodes. I think honestly because you know. I've been him united for the book room several times and just the way. I am a keyboard fangio and so like keyboard music and so i really appreciate what he does on keyboards. That was probably. I was one of those weird kids that i was always like. I would like look down people for liking rock musicians for being cute. I don't know why. I think i was rebellion or something. But i'm listening to the music. I don't like them just because they're they're looks them that. Yeah yeah i don't know you know. Become a of is an unorthodox teenager so with them. Fashion was integral to the music. I mean i their players but the fashion it. It's hard to separate them. That's why throw also such an interesting case. Study is that they did. They had the step down. They had the visual aesthetic down. They had them from the clothes. They had the video aesthetic down. They really knew how to work video. They have the audio down. I mean you know. There's so many music videos. I love but the songs when you're listening to him. You're like okay. This is fun but it's not necessarily are it's not necessarily something that's like the most amazing thing you've ever heard the duran duran head at all like that's what so you know in hindsight you're just like they've really had everything and very few bands do that. I i think very few bands before since been able to kind of put all of that stuff together. We watched mtv in the eighty in the early eighties. And they were just bands playing and occasionally you would see smashed glass or something or like a little explosion or something. It was very on the cheap. And i don't know what was their inspiration to like let let's open up our world instead of just putting this in the studio. Let's go outdoors and explore things i had never seen. I don't think i'm fairly sure that was the first time i'd ever seen something like you know in a fancy locale. Do you know of any other video or something that inspired them this hungry like the wolf video and rio plus for this for doing this really good question. I feel like part of it too Besides the fact. I think that their managers were just really. They got along with their management. Although one to see the world they all were very much like we came from england. Let's see what else is out there. So i think they all had that kind of curiosity. I think the fact that they work with russell multi to who is just like a visionary in terms of just a a an amazing mean you look at his music video. Cv and he did everything. He did so many videos at that point and he just really helped kind of shape also kind of the scene and kind of shape the direction or music videos went and so i think that helped a lot too because they were all and you know what though they plan. I mean that's the thing is that you know i. I talked to russell and know. They went around and they scouted locations. They really treated the music videos like little movies. And i think that's also a really big difference you know but i think also because they in the uk. I mean you know music videos so far ahead in the uk just in terms kind of trying to do interesting things you know when you had bohemian. Rhapsody nineteen seventy five. You look at that now and that was very cutting edge for its time you had bowie doing stuff you had. We'll tra- vox. You had all of these bands in america is like blondie devo and talking heads doing interesting things and that was pretty much like they were like big three i but i think that was just a culture know the richest culture of music videos and doing interesting movies in the uk and all. The band's really embraced the visual element obvious blitz movements and the blitz kids and that was kind of in the new romantic movement was all very visual focused. But there was just kind of. I think a push toward that and i mean in america. Rock music was still behind. It was still like we're a bunch of guys we're gonna get up onstage player guitars and i like our speedwagon so this is no shaded but like they had performance videos. That's what they weren't necessarily acting. They weren't necessarily comfortable with doing that. They were more into. This is what we do. We are musicians and we play. And so that's what kind of those videos were. But the british musicians were always very visionary. General about research can be more three. I mean if you look at like in the seventies you had pink floyd who are doing amazing things you had you know genesis you had roxy music. All of them were very visually interesting. And then the late seventy two had sex pistols and the clash. You were all in your face so there was just a lot more going on in kind of the overground. So i think duran duran kinda grad of that culture to one of the songs k rock played. We always like looking at besides one of the songs that k rock played was song. Make me smile ahead. That's steve harley and cockney rebel which was number one in one thousand nine hundred. I'm sure that we heard and we thought it was a duran duran original. I hadn't i wasn't familiar with this song at all. And then you know lately because of our podcast we start reviewing songs that were played. And so i watch this video and this guy. He kind of reminded me of Of bill nye in love actually like. I'm sure that's who he that's. Bill nye was looking at because he was just like open open shirt and just strut around in this for collar. Great and i'm sure that was kind of like an early influence for duran duran well and they did such a fine version of bat. I think i don't think they ever did a studio. I still alive version. i love that version. There's i don't remember the exact date that video on youtube and simon is goes for. He's the perfect song for him to say and the band is really into it and like oh yeah no. I mean that that's kind of and i know that they were big cockney rebel vance and so that's that's the like the tradition. They came out of you know when you look at. They were such music fans. And i think that's another big thing about duran duran on still big music fans But back then like they were just such you know they were the kids you know john and neck. Who were you know. best friends up. They would go to the record store and they would be flipping through the racks. I think i've ever said there's a video. I think of nick talking that the record store basically you know had them put them to work a little bit. I think to like flip like organized things because they were there so often they were the ones that were gonna watch all the tv shows. They were just absorbing everything and so you know when you grow up just so passionate about something and they really poured everything into the band known. Kind of you know they would as seventies went on. They learn about new styles new music coming from america and elsewhere. But you know it's it's very interesting like older like very very early interviews. They're talking about like. I think like really interesting stuff. They were big music fan. I.
"duran duran" Discussed on What Difference Does It Make
"Wedding album. But it's weird is that you know i like the. It's one of the band like always felt like they were there though. Because i feel like i at the same time i feel like maybe. Vh one must have played rio and hungry like the wolf because video is just. It's so familiar to me. Every time i see it. I know every cranny and obviously i've read it on youtube but it just. They're just they've always been there. It's almost like there is such a heart pop culture in america that you know i just sort of you know. They're just such a steady presence. So what did your bedroom look like in while you were in high school. What did you have posters. And the who who are on the walls to put stuff on my wall this was. This was the argument that i would have a parrot. Hey i wanted to eight one of my bedroom walls black and they did not like that. There was so i know opposite. Sides might my favorite bands were rem the smiths duran. Duran you too. And i probably like echo on the those. Were like all of my biggies as a kid my reward. Yeah i was kind of a weird kid. And that you know. I i liked all the grunge know the contemporary stuff but i was also big eighties fan so okay so i couldn't paint my bedroom. All black mums. So we compromised. I had like a wall like wallpaper. That was kind of gray scale. But i wasn't allowed to just like stick stuff on the walls you know. So i had like a frame. Beatles poster and a framed rem poster. i had. I had to be classy in had look like art. Yeah exactly you know i had. That was the rule by parents. Mike okay know. In my locker. I had a picture of i had like a photocopied picture of michael stipe. A i think. That's that's i'm trying to remember but that's what i would do. I would like our school. Library had like issues of rolling stone. So i would like that out. Like i remember reading the eighty four rolling stone brand on the cover. And i remember downloading pictures of this new right when we got on the internet like my modem downloading vintage pictures of like all these bands including culture club and duran duran. And so. that's what i would do like instead of having stuff on my wall. I would have it on my computer like on a folder saved which is a very funny kind of ninety s thing to do. I think i wanted alex. Dorm had pictures everywhere. And i think you know they were in hindsight. It was such a pain to put up and take down because you had that little tact because yeah because you can put the thumb tack in those back door like that. Yeah yeah that's so. I've got my revenge on my parents then so okay. So what about your peers. Suddenly you're like all into everyone's it's not. I'm sure you're asked this lot ninety mid-nineties friends type stuff you know hootie and the blowfish and better than ezra and all this other like pop rock and lilith fair things and you're listening to the cure and it was funny. Because i i grew up in. I grew up in suburban ohio. So i guess like a suburb of cleveland and i was definitely like the weird. Like a weird i mean i was. You know i was like the big english know reading fan. And i was big into english and math and stuff like that so i was like i was a good student so i was kind of a nerd Nerdy student marching band But then played the flute mice. But yeah i was. Like i remember i. It's funny. I have like distinct memories that i had a bandanna and i would tie it around my jeans leg to like because like they did in the eighties. I don't even know where i saw that. Maybe it was in like a steamy video. I have no idea. It was choksi from the chachi. From happy days. I believe did that. I have no idea. Why did this. But i would tie it around my leg. That's what i would wear to school. I'd have my jeans. And i'd have the banner fights life because apparently wanted to live in the eighty s. So it was very. It was very funny. Yeah it was definitely very weird. My musical tastes were very different than a lot of my friends. Musical tastes like you know i. I've always had really kind of veracious musical tastes. I love metallica. And i loved and i love tori emotes and things like that but it was definitely the eighties was like my sweet spot. You know my dad had a lot of tapes like he loved the cars and the pretenders and the police and so you know. I borrowed a lot of his tapes and listen to but that was what i enjoy listening to you that go-goes for whatever reason. I've always really gravitated toward that music. That's great though. So now you've got you've got something cool to write about and this book that you have this book thirty three and a third book about duran duran's rio what is that. How do you get this thirty. Three in the third book series is great. I love these all these books. What do you do to say. You know like raise your hand. Look i want to write about this book. How does that work. Basically have an open call for pitches and may have a on their website. I don't remember it offhand. But it's basically like here's a book proposal and here's what we want you to include You know it's kind of like you know two to three pages on why you want to write the book a little bit of our their books by this ours coming out some sample. You know sample pages so you basically have to. You know like a paragraph about what the books about so. It's basically putting a lot of thought into a proposal and so this. I don't even remember if this was maybe two thousand eighteen. Maybe i think that's when the proposal was. Maybe there was a call for proposals. And so i have been pitching rio for years before the irish should at least twice if not three times. I pitched it in two thousand seven. I think for the first time. And so i've always had it in the back of my mind. I want to write about this. I want to write about this. And i i was i was like i think i was busy. And i was working on something. And so i wasn't necessarily going to pitch this round that a friend of mine's like yeah. I'm not going to. But i was like you know what i should. I should just do it and so like right before the deadline. I my old puzzle. And i looked at it and i tore it up a little bit and start thinking about it a little bit more and basically sat down and wrote it and you know i got like it was a couple months later. I got an email saying congratulations. We're going to publish it. And i was just like i was like shaking. The album is a besides being amazing and wonderful story behind it. And i've always really believed in it. And i've really always believed in grander an and so i mean i. I've been telling people make. This is like a dream. Come true but it's like literally like a career dream. Come true not knowing the process before i would think it would be like winning the lottery. You know not and it is. It's very very competitive. There you know. I think they generate they get hundreds of proposals each time. I think whatever you know what. I'd done it before and so i think whatever it is. I finally was able to articulate to someone else because it's it's like celie basically flowing herself near selling an idea you know and i'm a freelance journalist. And so you do that. All the time. You're putting together pitches together and it takes skill and sometimes you were. Sometimes it works and you hit and sometimes you don't and so. I finally landed on the right combination. I was able to kind of say and be persuasive enough. And i think it's timing too. You know. i think when i first started pitching yoder andrea really. Didn't get as much respect as eighty now. And i think over the last decade or so. Especially you've seen people you know. They've gotten a lot more respect musically and just from a lot of different places and i think the timing was also right that and i think for new wave two people are released starting to look at new wave vans. You know like the gogo is in the care and saying yeah these like artistically these really important acts and so i think that helps a little bit too. That people are finally starting to give away the credit that it's long been do. So you have your next one your next pitch for them lined up you know i. It's funny because i'm i'm working on a book on the b fifty. Two's as well at the same time. Actually for university of texas press. And so i've been working on duran duran and fifty twos and so i have like my you know new wave. They only let you right one for the thirty three two third series and i would. I haven't billion ideas you know. It was but not every album. Because it's you know these books are just about what album you know. And it's sometimes it can be difficult to think you're writing. Almost forty thousand words on one album has been album is a good story to tell okay. So we're going to consider this a album and you just listen to side wine which has glorious side to is even better so stick with us and we will be right back to continue our discussion of duran duran's real on the. What.
"duran duran" Discussed on Mouse and Weens
"You played some of them on. Your show too was good. Yes really good. I play them. I play them a lot. They really i was okay. So my question abbey road you got to record it. Fricking abbey road was that as big as it sounds to me. I play away at myself crazy now. That must've been a moment. Because i would like backup studio in second with me with that one. That wasn't passed station in new york. A president is just amazing. It's because of the equipment they use or because the history this it was just an amazing to play some of these videos like capital. Radio capitol studios. They go they set up a drunk and is just is just goes these these old need woodson great. I went into the capitol records one and they had We got firm movie. We were shooting in the old frank sinatra. Make did you see him. I don't know if that was a all these mics. They'll these mites stuff in it just sounds like a pilot's license is a fiction sound chamber there. I didn't realize fanny off men record down in the cellar. The balkan era they revoked the river. And and if you go if you go to hicksville which is whether in the motel. Something she said house is very small stimul- whereas that It in detroit got actually museum if you go to the detroit coach himself in attics. So if you guys can signal educating buzzing stepladder local necessarily. Stick it up there in. You're actually in the coaching. All of those modes with the echo chamber..
"duran duran" Discussed on Mouse and Weens
"You're recording with one of the beatles and then you're walking over and doing a major hit songs with duran duran and given a long day. You may not have been on that song right true. Yeah right place right time. So how is it. Because beatles of one of your huge. You're a big fan growing up and suddenly you're working with george harrison was that mind-blowing or at that point was it. Was you know what was really a lot of fun with that. was it. Rehearsal those myself. Right cooper cooper played percussion and he had a junket subs to actuate especially thumbs hustle. And i looked at my cigarette. Gold wilkin standing in the middle of the just. We go and as we plan. It's even going to catch his ago. Came up on the station behind face a razor a jump king and it's it's kind of like the way. He put any two of us together in his things. Magic this over. I got to sit there by george. Ringo started to play together skied back feeling. A concealed weapons is that it's a really special alison done so much music together. That's madge together with Connection is a connection in bands. Like that happens. When was the last time you were together with all of the heartbreakers. And and i know all of the yeah all of the all of them in two thousand seventeen with each and every one of them separately. Once i was with mike and mike in bend lingam played a benefit from your steel feels linked. Something on that. The whole thing is to get the flight tickets once woods but the birthday party of that. Yeah i. I went to tom. Petty fan group and collected some questions from them so that was one from sorry hint. henry. Hank martin junior. He wondered what the ban members are into these days. And what are you into these days. They were curious. I mean everybody's you know. Mike mike is is studying obstinately. Look into these study notes. And i think he's breeds Chris stapleton abed monitoring doing sessions. Hearing there not sure who these working working union sessions. I'm working on another ten shell Rumble airways is being working on on the online songs and produces A couple of transient abby. Women could website's is with us having some reporting and he's been he's been singing quite a bit himself one so he's he's working on may be releasing the album. Some at some point at scott is young guy He's been into it being like doing more construction stuff at his house in takes care of and he's read more into doing that than play music. He really misses. You really miss tom so much to really wanted to do it. He's taking everybody's different cuts and me. I'm so back. I have my studio at my house of workout of that as people still up in these sessions and and And i did. My radio has been sweet new radio show and stuff in studio stuff. I did one one drum clinic on the website. We over testing social distancing co on a williamson. Since and san diego did that met was the look might be realized yourself flying. Yeah my friends. And i think next saturday do a podcast with the data garfield anything that he's house subleasing single. Everybody is already look forward to that. To to claim played the with other people..
"duran duran" Discussed on Mouse and Weens
"They didn't do a good job at giving credit. Though that was new problem was more than managing. Sir okay so. I heard something interesting about john bonham. Who's like you know top drummer in the world. But he was saying that or people who analyze them said that he would go off. Jimmy page's guitar. He would follow the guitarist as the lead. Where a lot of drummers follow basis or they they sync up with bases no before jovan dumbest jealous. Listen to butch the good dramas. Listen everybody jason bonham's nixon this. If he listened to what if you hit away the place he doesn't get into labor in place very white. he's everybody yeltsin. Loves place. Like that's what i've heard so in a lot of your interviews jo-ellan i listen to and read a lot of on you. And it seems like you. Follow that same philosophy and drummers drummers listen to drums aren't listening to the song and jonas place in the bedroom bring us off. what's at somebody like hood easing slightly different way of doing it. More syncopated ways but but a great plays guide the Steve jordan f. You can count them. I mean this. This looks great guy klay flights now. Did you ever get intimidated by. People are were you just there to learn absorb and be appear. It's awesome was it. Intimidating following in the footsteps of other jumpers that had left bands or no never good. Yeah the is funny at a friend of mine is a teacher in your principal schooling in in new york after a presentation. He's trying to bring mindfulness sensibility..
"duran duran" Discussed on Mouse and Weens
"I just love Older stories of coming up in in england in music and stuff but we can talk about current day to. I'm just i love hearing about the legends. That you've played with the new yourself and how you got into the into the scene. We kind of introduce we talked about it. A little bit but fifties in england. I mean what was gone happen and yeah that was boom music. I mean is the emergence respect you. I can see the strangeness of everything happening in my life. The was i was the only black kid. Cra miles and miles around my. My father was an applicant. Dan sokaia pasu town home and they had insz any resulted in me. Which you know becky. Nineteen fifty was a huge massive scandal. Nowadays he gets nobody thinks about that. Nineteen fifty it was bad enough acute if he if you if you're pregnant pregnant married that you creighton in the black man. Those those a whole different things could they stay together. Did he travel through. No no might might might Actually trained back to see me. When i was nine years old man and and that was the only time that i've he'll be looking for him ever since two thousand we try to find something comes up to you because he was used from. Sierra leone actually got a lead on somebody known him. You're traveling with him. And i and i have my bags. Packed ready told sierra leone. See but if there was any young if any brothers or sisters Buried whatever and i know and the civil war broke out the it was united. Nations is action is looking for and and and they total the united nations people out sierra leone instance until and then the next time i went to go back there evola vocal. Gosh so you're not gonna find him you know that's the other thing he's thinking. Oh my god you know this. You know the civil war. And that people get cut off people's arms off me the of photons machete played into my family. Then i started to think. Well wait a minute. What my family is doing it. What if your family you never know. I know you did. I did a lot of family genealogy and thought you know all this stuff about the civil war. And i look back and go. We were on the wrong side of history. We were fighting for the south. Which is very embarrassing as a very liberal californian but yeah yeah so did you come up against any racial stuff in england in the fifty s or where people pretty accepting no. Well you know low general racism celtics load so i came up with my friends but i. I remember the first time the first that it happened. Those of a seven or eight years old out. Lay down the alleyway at the back of my house at your driveway to to the mush. It was a nice much nicer group houses in uganda. My house might once. Many working looks nice. Nice area nice area. A news cottage was kind of attached to insulate near the designing very nice coverage and it was like trees up there. When we play cowboys and indians. We will show was playing at an armory aydin. Omri the friends would come over. There are not taking your shots in doing so and we're out there playing this guy who's actually the holly street surgical retired came out of his bumblers very nice coverage and prudential so here..
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"duran duran" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"I feel as MSNBC personality Taylor also if Duran Duran Duran Duran was just they were just around they were available at the time Adam Clayton your bass guitarist for you too Nick Rhodes Duran Duran tons and tons of people like ridiculously talented people who came together to sing that song it was a who's who of the music industry at that time it was and then that would open the door where because they were the first name we are the world came later and I remember that members so remember this would have been the kick off that I think got you to live in eighty five I was gonna say that sounds like a lot of folks who played at live aid zero and and and if you go and look it's on you to if you can find the live aids activists many of them still stand up pretty well know for any American including include a free markers on here but including of the live aids set of page and plant reuniting is Led Zeppelin with John Paul Jones and who was who was playing drums for them Phil Collins Ole Ginny fly from Philadelphia to London I believe was a Phil Collins or was at outlook dot on a light Elton John no Phil Collins feeling from flew from Philadelphia were one of the shows was motor co to the London component London is eight that due to the gig with a switch to pull off big stuff like this there's no more big stuff like that anymore we go where the car was a huge day I mean that thing went all day long live eight live eight in this all day long that's right with all these artists planning crap you too I mean didn't Pink Floyd get together find anything for I think Pink Floyd played queen played by one of the iconic queen performance rights which you saw a lot of in this in the movie that came out absolutely right in fact there's a video you can find it on YouTube somebody St the director's cut of Freddie mercury's character in the movie with the performance at live eight and it is a spectacularly accurate representations dead on a dead on me to add on but so that was a song that was that was thirty five years ago thirty five years ago this week tomorrow so it got me to look at some stuff faded pardon me if I just did not gonna be political for second I happen to fall in my search the nineteen eighty four radio shack catalog for Christmas for Christmas stuff that you would expect the headphone stereophonic headphones for thirty nine dollars you know prices that you would expect a stereo system ideal for the youngsters am FM stereo cassette with built in speakers one forty nine ninety five from radio shack they had the fancy ones including of course your dual cassette and your eight track of that you could still utilize at that point those are a little more pricey two hundred forty nine dollars and then I came across this what did everybody want computers computers for the hot thing back then computers are the hot thing back then you could start computing with the expandable and affordable sixteen K. TRS eighty model for that was one of those unified.
Alec Baldwin's Relationship Advice To Hailey Baldwin And Justin Bieber
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"Thinking it yeah we z one hundred salvaged serandon the z one hundred morning show danielle we have a moment with danielle moments make let's make it worth the wall right well yesterday disney unveiled the first teaser trailer for dumbo that's tim burton version the live action remake of the disney classic it looks amazing i got goosebumps i think you riddick acoust bumps too i was watching her it comes out march twenty nine two thousand nineteen if you want to see the clip i did tweet it out it's at danielle monaro so everyone's talking about oriented grandes engagement ring from pete davidson it looks like it's her engagement ring and it's reportedly worth a hundred thousand dollars yeah i i still say he didn't paypal price you don't know leave him alone right accord is ordered angelina jolie to take steps to improve brad pitt's access to their kids if not she could lose primary custody now she has reportedly agreed to a summer visitation schedule and to unmonitored calls and tax between brad and the kids so keep you posted their father's day sunday hopefully everybody is ready and they have what they're gonna give their data or they have time put aside for something a website used google trends data to find the most popular tv dads in every state jack pearson from this is number one in six states gomez addams from the addams family is the most popular in five states i would picked him as adams as well and all seven tracks on kenya's as new album debuted on the billboard top forty thank you this is kinda west hello this is beyond say surely poos doing this is wendy volume this is christian copeland elvis elvis duran duran and the morning show hey it's elvis duran you've heard how wells fargo is holding themselves accountable for recent issues they're working hard to rebuild trust reestablished core values and stay vigilant so check out where they're headed at wellsfargo dot com slash renew you just might be surprised.