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Remastered episode 179 with Terry Smith
"Hello and welcome to day. Two of music talks week onset lessing Bruce. I am your host Jesse Jackson and today we are going back to August sixteenth two thousand eighteen. This is where Terry join me in the first recorded recorded session of what we were calling at the time T- time with Terry that's right. This is where it all started so please listen to Terry Ni- both share our songs from our life's journey both of us pick seven songs we went in different paths. I treated mind kind of as a mini-biography tribute to songs that meant lots of me and honor of my family so listen and let me know what you think if if you've heard this before I think you're going to enjoy it if you have heard before. I think it's worth a re listen before I go to remind you Terry. Smith does have a new podcast called music talks. You can find it by searching music talks Terry Smith anywhere where you can get your podcast you can his website is music talks pod at buzz sprout dot com and you can contact him at Music Talks Pot and outlook look dot com or on twitter at music talks pod. I can be reached as always at Jesse Jackson D._F._W.. You could send me an email at settling in Brusett gmail.com or you could call me at four six nine nine two four nine two four four two and don't forget our patriarch page. We are looking for some support. Thank you for now and let's keep hope alive. I can see myself Golden Sunrise young bar open up your is supposed to be your day now all go horizon bound. You won't Stop Continue Fan your own you can do way and the wind will be tousled some rain the sweet display brave tales of love and <music> somewhere around your path Gloria you wear right Joe Story of a La away. Hello everyone and welcome to a new episode of settling Bruce Your podcast. It's all about Bruce springsteen his music and mostly as fans. I'm your host Jesse Jackson but today you have downloaded a new kind of episode. That's right you just think this is your normal settling set listening Bruce. A today is a pilot that based on feedback from you. The audience may be a continued series a kind of a spinoff of a selby <hes> well. I'M GONNA hold off the name but I'm getting introduce my co heart and my co-pilot today Terry how are you. I'm Great Jesse. Thank you so for those of you who may have missed your earlier guest spot on settling Bruce. Tell people little batch you okay so I'm as you can hear from next time Brit. I currently live in Seattle and have the news with my wife Laura. I say currently because <hes> we all literally in the precious of moving back to the U._k.. About ten day ten days away from moving so <hes> yet that's the that's the big thing in our life and I've been a music fan came from bone in Liverpool originally been a music final my life <hes> I'm a massive Bruce Fan but I do have albums from ancient to their artist so <hes> an really looking forward to have in this <hes> having this chat yeah so am I and so when Terry was on and <hes> a few weeks ago <hes> we had a great discussion it was great talking to him and at the very end he said hey do you have. I'm just a minute and I said sure what's going on. He how did you get into this and I started telling him the story because I'm comfortable telling anyone the story and Terry told a story sorry and so I'm GonNa Kinda. Leave it there. That's the setup so go ahead and talk about this tradition. You started at your home. Okay so <hes> yeah I <hes> I guess the bit background. I didn't mentioned the Indian tribe as the twelve months ago. I was looking enough to retire after such yet years in I._T.. <hes> and I was a big thing and music's a big part of my life but obviously gave me a gave me time to do things I hadn't before will and also I was very very keen to keep obviously a lot of the contacts in social side of of the job that I really enjoyed and music is a passionate also hi-fis oppression and has been for many years so I'd had a number of friends <hes> typically they've been around for dinner. You know and you get five minutes to listen to the top end hi Fi really playing and people that said Janet be great to come round and have a few hours and really listen to music so I think it was actually a friend of mine <hes> the Cheryl Cronulla Sheryl Crowe out Tuesday night music and it was like you should just start a music so I I invited a few just one on one couple of friends who said they were interested in this Nisa music. Listen to this five on them random. Basically the setup was one of his the middle of summer so you know couple of days in the garden listen to Music Nick. I'll cook some food. We'll have a good evening on those first few. Even though I say myself yet they were great fun but if I'm honest the thing I realized was footfall too much of the evening it consisted of me playing the fest forty-five or sixty seconds of a track I chosen shan-ching over the loud music doesn't that sound fantastic and then playing somebody else so I'm an all of my ideas Microsoft and everything there is a is a program and so I thought do I need a format and I know I'm sure you have this Jessica than people. What's your favorite Bruce Song in questions like that I always in what's your favorite ever album but what I came up with was basically pick? You'll favorite song depending on your age of the last I actually started but the last six decades and then a friend of mine said I was born in the fifties as in fact I was. Why didn't you do the fifties so the setup was just taped before you come round around? Send me through your favorite song doesn't have to be from your favorite artists doesn't have to be from your favorite album. Just what's the song that says to you. This is the sixties this is the ninety s <hes> I'll stick up on a playlist and then now when you arrive will listen to that <hes> on a hostile also keep it to about thirty minutes <hes> will listen to that and then while I cook you can listen to my playlist <hes> and I started doing that and I have to say worked and and people did also to creative things with one of the last sessions I did with a friend of Mine Chris. His two teenage kids also did Dulles Great. <hes> you know other people's sent me. The long list of songs. They chosen isn't from so <hes> yeah. It worked out to be a really good and I should I say the name that was please so a British friend of mine. Dan who also today and he turned up you need the name <hes> <hes> and he came up with teatime with Terry which I thought was suitably quainton English and British so that's what that's what we've been running with the last six months so that's the story and I just think fat is such a fun <hes> exercise and you know in the spirit of talking about Britain. <hes> Neil game in a brilliant rider talked about that the worst thing you can do for him is to call him and say hey neil doing a collections short stories. I'd love you to contribute you can do anything you want and he says that just baffles him. Let if you say Hey Neil I'm doing short story. I'm doing collection stories about angels and I really like something maybe as a cat as an angel then he works interesting and so I think instead of saying I I love the idea that you okay not giving some songs you think will sound good on my system but you give us a little parameter so I thought that for fun Terry and I will go through our decades of songs <hes>. We both were born in the fifties so we're GONNA we have seven songs to go. We're going to go through each decade. One at a time we'll add a little snippet post production of the songs and then if people like it <hes> the thought is we would invite other guests to join us and they would share their five six six three songs with US depending on their age right because I think this is a different. It is such a fun way to talk about music <hes> so do you WANNA go. I do you want me to go. I what what are you suggest. I'm happy to hear fest on Christmas. Okay so let's start on kids. You have any because I tend to as you talk about a process <hes>. I made myself some rules. So do you have any rules on your seven songs. <hes> the only I guess for me what I was trying to <hes> when I went through mine and by by the way I constantly changed mine over to enlist there is the is upset so that but for me has to be something that when I hear that music it it takes me back or it reminds John's music that time and it's not true reselection but also quite a lot of them are of that decade <hes> there are a couple of autism span multiple but for me. It's something that just says when you when you hit that one reaction but to do you think that's the is that's the nolte's whatever so that that was really the only the permit me I said one. There could not be duplicate. You had had to have a different artists for each song yet. Because someone made the joke will you just picked eight songs from Bruce Springsteen <hes> so the that was my first will it had to be different artists for each decade to <hes>. I said that I want songs. I want to tell a story with my songs songs and so as I tell them hopefully you will see <hes>. This is kind of a a musical biography is how I ended up going. So all right you go. I I my friend. I'm gonNA write notes so that <hes> when I go and do searching I will know which songs okay so all the way back to the fifties unfor- this and I'm sure it won't be the V._M.. Bruce Connection the description Jesse but <hes> you will know when I'm sure listens with though the you know a lot of American artists including Bruce talk about the influence the seeing Elvis on the Ed Sullivan check out you know this iconic mind when the world changed well the British equivalent to that and I wouldn't suggest it was quite the seismic shift the Elvis Kohl's but the British equipment was a a nautical cliff Richard <hes> the show was a boy oy and this was August nineteen fifty eight <hes> Andy sings a song call move it <hes> which is just classic fifties sort of rock rockabilly <hes> but one of this. I guess one of the things I o one of the reasons have a lot of affection for this is the <hes> welcome to think cliff Richard is a massive alter smelter will was and still is in some areas a massive altis in U._k.. Really didn't make it in the U._S.. And certainly later in his career he became cliff Richard. <hes> he became a real middle of the road performer <hes> very clinker Christian image what used to be slightly disparagingly described. There's a housewives favorite in in the U._k.. But in nineteen fifty eight when he appeared on that show in this man was dangerous stuff <hes> and it really did get a reaction <hes> and one the things we could hopefully be able to do with the series is also point people at video clips but go go onto youtube and just set on cliff Richard Move. It and I think it's a classic in terms of you know how significantly was in the U._k.. Way You look at his numbers. I mean this man as well. He sold two hundred sixty million records worldwide. He's the second largest British artist after the Beatles. He had one hundred hundred entries in the U._K.. Twenty so that's actually mold than anyone want and sixty seven top ten hits so we second only to Elvis but the thing you know if you really want to understand his influence on British music this is my favorite quote which is John Lennon. <hes> was interviewed mid sixties and his coat was before cliff in the shadows. There was nothing worth listening to impressive music. I'm by the way Hank Marvin who is guitarist in the shadows Utah Either Jimmy Page Jeff back older. Those people will talk about what a massive influence that guy was as well so I suspect for a lot of Americans a name suddenly not well-known <hes> but really very seminal kicking off the British music. I vaguely know the name I think he's <hes> he's had a little bit of pop success. Maybe in devil women think right and we don't talk anymore in the eighties but <hes> yeah he never really cracked American. Okay wow very nice. <hes> let's play a little bit <music>. They call rock say it's going to data see you say just a goal and do the blaze little got nothing new. ooh Oh very cool. I like that a lot got off to a good start so I didn't talk about this before but I had one other rule terry. I was born in one thousand nine hundred fifty nine so I limited my song selection to only songs created in nineteen fifty nine just because it seemed right that <hes> the sudden news for me is that I comply with your rule because I was born in fifty seven became at fifty hates. I liked that room. I like that route so my first song is Mac the knife Bobby Darin and the reason why is my mom loved Ah country and Western music but she also loved a lot of early pop. She loved fats domino she loved Jerry. Lee Lewis when he was still doing in pop it and she loved Bobby Darin and so I picked back the knife for my mom I do love that song. I think it is a song that is so much fun to here and to sing along with it pictures that him in a Tux and that kind of crooner feeling <hes> you know it's a song that has a lot of weirdest to it. <hes> you know it's originally from an opera at threepenny opera and so <hes> let's play a little bit. We'll we'll we'll get untie are bowtie a little bit. We'll have the Mike and will play a little <hes> Mac the knife three this sharp it just Jiangmen as Maggie and it keeps the big scarlet below stop the sprint fancy glows though whereas and now they moaning last life. Good night tuna we now move to the sixties. Yes so yeah I well let me start all this time. I'll I'll say what chosen and then the mature about wise so my choice is all along the watch time <hes> the Dylan Song Book the Hendrix Passion <hes> on a whole ref the reasons which is in this <hes> I said before about songs represented is and decades and when I think the sixties yeah if I was to choose one would it be change and I will always always go back to the Beatles and identify remember when the first greatest hits which the the red and blue albums and they had the two shots and I can remember which white ran but one of them had the covers shop from the fest album. Please please may on the second walnut had exactly the same shalt seven years later and they've gone from as you said. Do you know the Italian suits and the clinker image too long hair and beds and you think about that seven years it was just such a massive massive change <hes> but you know I know from interviews. They'd be the first to say that lyrically Dylan probably did more than anyone to just break the mold of what was the song and always lived at lot that the famous playboy interview he did with someone says you know people really want to know what your songs are. What are abandoned? He said I'm happy to tell you guys like go on these. It's summer about three minutes long summer about five minutes long long <hes> you know but he did she did right eleven minutes songs I think him lyrically and then Hendrix in terms of the guitar and what you could do with a three piece band <hes> again I think he just broke all the rule so the two of them coming to getting you're getting dividend Hendrix Wiza- was going to put it right up that <hes> the other thing for me. I Love I love cover. Versions actually reinterpreted song and I think it's interesting the Dylan apparently along retirees most played song but he probably plays it more in the style of Hendrickson dozen in his own original vision. <hes> other things is <hes>. I actually convince my English teacher. When I was sixteen? We had a big sort of poetry project do and I managed to convince the I should do it on top Devon's old along the watched I rather than any of the English romantic poets I'm an I love to find that piece of work. I know it's long gone but I'd like to see going back to our are less. What pretentious nonsense I wrote? I'm sure it was fun and then finally just talking about that. Change thing and I mentioned before about let videos it's actually not a video of this song but again go onto youtube and such on Hendrix on the Lulu show and this was nineteen sixty-nine. This BBC live television Saturday evening when Hall of the twenty million people in the country are watching this Saturday night barrage show and Hendrix is supposed to come on and he's supposed to do Voodoo child he supposed to do hey joe and he's then supposed to do duet with Lulu who is it was a young Scottish singer a who had just recorded the bond theme and Jimmy was supposed to do at you with if you watch the video what happens is they get thirty seconds into. Hey Joe and then he goes. I'm not gonNA play this rubbish anymore and he does sunshiny love because cream broke the night before and they play for eight and a half minutes until the Sharon's so long long I A- As I think for me the sixties will will always be this song and again back your rules against the other final thing I was looking for. Is that thing where you hear hit the opening of a song on your ears prick up using yes and the stall of this when Hendrix does is brilliant so that's that's the sixties for me all right here we go in some way to the too much. I can get no drain plow man the nobody I always think of <hes> battle star Galactica the reboot you know they did <hes> they. They had <hes> playing that some they use some of the lyrics with the size of Coal Costa did so I think at great choice great choice but I'll tell you what one of the spinal thing as I mentioned that Lou show <hes> she had had Cessna one in the U._k.. At Age of sixteen with a cover of song called shout we I'm I'm liking your <hes> <hes> Bruce Connections so my version of the sixties is probably as far away from yours as we can imagine <hes> I picked daddy sang base for Johnny Cash for my dad. Oh <hes> he adored Willie Nelson. Johnny Cash Hank Williams <hes>. I'm only slightly joking that our butts that would be in the couch watching the Johnny Cash <hes> T._v.. Show <hes> or heaven help us <hes> and I also I love the song of this that <hes> you know one of the lyrics. Is You know they would do. He would do that deep johnny cash daddy seeing base and then <hes> his lovely bride June Carter would say Mama Sang Tenor and then they me and my little brother would join right in there because singing seems to help a troubled soul one of these days and it won't be long. I'll rejoin them in a song. I'm going to join the family circle at the throne. Oh I always like breaking you cry. That was the grown that was emotion. The the idea in in this is the same feeling I get when I listened to Mary's Place <hes> so see I can do this to when I hear Mary's place from the rising and they talk about route on the Front Porch Music playing loud I picture that family together we would have people when I was a kid. <hes> DAD's service buddies he was in the military and a a lot of his service buddies would come over and bring their guitars in the living room and the smoke would be just thick as thieves back then and <hes> you know the the wise would be laughing the and joking and the guys would be sitting there just smoking and picking and singing songs and like you do this one or how about this one and there was such joy in that and togetherness so an honor that my dad my number six the sixties decade is daddy sings base from Johnny cash here. We go remember onto the poor people. That's all we were trying to make a living. We get together in a circle again that is saying they all singing seems to help troubles one of these days Alex Jones. I'm going to be add the guy all right so now we move to the seventies so the seventies so at the decade I really discovered music a bowl mark I up oh my first two albums in nineteen seventy at the the same district at the same time so that was <hes> led Zeppelin warm and Dr the Goldfish. I I'm sudden if I love compiling lists some. They'll talk with male so quite a while ago I did by I <hes> pompously titled the Best Albums of last century I then realized that twenty five choices were released between nineteen seventeen seventy five so <hes> you know I._O._S.. Ice As my son and I always say to when I'm talking to teenagers big be couple of what you listen to between the ages of falls in nineteen because you can listen to the rest of your life <hes> so the seventies was really difficult decade for me but I decided given those two <unk> to be <hes> <hes> let's try <hes> I've actually and this went back and forth but I've chosen <hes> probably Annan typical track and way <hes> because it's one of the it's one of the soft attract so low one of the things I always I loved about Zeppelin <hes> was they were never the archetypal heavy metal damned they always had so many of the things <hes> going on and we talked to less podcast about detraction of America's. I've chosen going to California <hes> as well as those connections that the performance of chosen is actually a hopefully people may not be the that where this it's from a BBC live concert in January January nineteen seventy-one and it was seven o'clock on a Sunday night 'cause I can remember sitting in my bedroom listening to it when it was being broadcast and I was listening to on we'd moved hangs about three months before and I gone up into the ethic and fan old brown bake alight radio with like a twelve inch base speaker on it on I brought it down and I knew plug on and I put it into the wool. It had <hes> I can remember whether you call them valves. We call them choose. The had valves tubes glowed on this thing just came on what <hes> on a couple of weeks later does led Zeppelin playing live on the B._B._C. for now and sort of follow. I'm from that story with that radio. It ran for about nine months and then one of the valves when an I took it to a place in Beck ahead the I'd found but did valves and I won't dinners at to the guide you have a replacement for that and he just looked at this thing instead. Where did you get this and it turned out that the valve of be made in nineteen thirty four so this this Radio Been Sabah and I actually still think the reason I spend fall too much time in fall too much money on hi fi is finding that radio so I chose it from that show it was also played? I I so Zeppelin twice. The second time was on my eighteenth birthday. Literally my actual eighteenth birthday take the bad news is for the best forty five minutes. They were really pretty ropy but then they got better so it was played earls court in seventy five and again you can see that on video and would you believe I saw Robert Plant last week Oh nice and having not seen him since nineteen seventy five and he played going to California so <hes> it felt felt an appropriate choice yeah. That's kind of Nice all right. Let's play that the woman slow still a drain. All you start Gore California l. a. four Oh someone told me there's a girl out <music> chances all the tail you that wall red to follow food right very cool so my seventies is withering heights for Kate Bush with by Kate Kate Bush for my wife <hes> when Lyndon I started dating not only did her one of her good friends lescoe head turn them onto onto John Hiatt and we discovered Hyatt. I threw Linda but she adored Kate Bush and she adored <hes> those albums and she has continued to be a fan <hes> when she was lovely enough to let me go to New York to see Bruce on Broadway <hes> she said there's no one I would travel for and I said Kate Bush and she said yes I would go to U._k.. To See Kate Bush perform you're right I would you know she's never seen her. So <hes> you know that unmistakable high voice ci never similar to cliff Richard's never had mainstream success here in the U._S.. <hes> did the wonderful duet with Peter Gabriel. It's you know several years ago so which is just heartbreaking <hes> but kate what you've just you've just desi summed up why I look talking about music because you mentioned embarrassed place which happens is to be my wife's favorite gruesome at nine was cold. Mary and it evokes old at the same members. You talked about evil say just mentioned the one artist. My wife cannot stand select kate. Kate Bush is banned in the house. She has a very short list of Cape Bush steady denim PAP Athenee <hes>. I can't play while she's around anything else. He's fine <hes> but that just shows have people have different views on music exactly and so you we'll have to win. She listened to this podcast which I hope she does. You'll say okay. We have to skip ahead thirty. She'll skipped his skip so very nice here we go. We'll ask your lovely bride not to listen but for the rest of this here is withering nights <music> <music> <music> all right. We're up to the eighties okay so <hes> I'll probably make myself unpopular with annot some friends. Who will these do the beautiful thing in this <hes> but I think the eighties was a great decade for music? <hes> you know the <unk> still good stuff in there but I think so. Mitch Eighty s just sands so eighteen thousand syndromes and all that <hes> and I guess when I was I was looking this. My reflection was today. We have you know old of the music the Wilda all fingertips I think that's the sunset one of a literally the ability to go into spotify title and just ceases and I pass Nathan that's fantastic but I do miss the sort of excitement wind on the radio and think what's that and then you'd hear it maybe a couple of days later and suddenly you'd fan this new Song <hes> on the song chosen <hes>. There's a merry thing <hes> actually Ashley is Sonko. Mary's it's by abandon called Danny Wilson <hes> their Scottish band <hes> they they actually released three albums but they only the first one had any success. This is one of those songs that in almost refused to fail so it was released I think twice and then there was there was a rate was polled in one of the music magazines of the song that should have made it in eighty eight and it came out top often it got released and finding success but it's just one of those songs that even now if I've got things on Shifa Laura listen to radio and you know the nine is everything is wonderful. Being here is heavenly and it's just this this beautiful on three minutes forty-three seconds of I think it's fantastic pop and whilst a lot of as I say eighteen music I think sans so eighties this for me has this old of the positives eighteen and it's one of those songs that it doesn't matter what mood amid if this comes on then I've got a big smile on my face. I I am not familiar with this one so I am looking forward to hearing this. Let's play a little. I bet everything has more every single. Everything is Zip when I was saga certain off big of me and say so it the one so the sale okay very nice chiefs I <hes> my eighties. There is for those who've been following along <hes> talking about the eighties music was kind of the way was the gateway to US getting set less than Bruce. I had to cover my favorites albums of the eighties for the eighties overdrive <hes> podcast and then we did a discussion with a couple of people discussing bruce in the eighties uncovered all his albums well. I'm not picking Bruce but I picked Brian Wilson's love and mercy which came out in eighty eight his first true so album it is a song that <hes> speaks to me about <hes> wishing love and mercy on the world <hes> it is become iconic with him. <hes> you know he was talking about that. Supposedly he was playing what the road needs now and kind of worked into this own song <hes> certainly a the title of the amazing movie made on his life <hes> and it's just I've heard <hes> other the people cover it. It's just a it is how he ends his live shows now <hes> you know and <hes> <hes> Bano once said love and mercy is one of the great eight songs ever written. I can't even greater song to be Sung Than Brian Wilson seeing love and diversity because in a way the two feelings that those terror is sought to destroy this is one for me so it was my hands on Nineteen mm-hmm uh-huh aw you are right get it all right. We got the nineties the nineteenth so yeah from I said I didn't think the he's the greatest decade for music and I think that probably fed over into the early nineteenth to me <hes> as well as the fact you know I was doing the the classic sort of Mid Thirties I got married paid my son Candlemas Bowl in one thousand nine hundred ninety you know what was rewarding Radi challenging and wiggins city hours so <hes> probably anytime in my life easy go pushed a bit to the back just through like time but then there was a couple of things that were as Catholics to really getting back into ironic one wiz. I got a new job I joined Microsoft but actually thing was I had a really long drive to the office <hes> and so do I invested in a sort of top end system for the car in that got back into hi fi and that got me back into listening to music series the other thing. was you know again anarchy going back to U._K.. But that's my perspective you know this thing called Brit pulp arrived roundabout ninety full and we had the the oasis <hes> Blah <hes> sort of shootout who was going to be the most popular and it was just like the Beatles stones <hes> on the irony is I ended up being a much bigger Blur Damon albarn Fan than I was if I races but the Waza period I guess end of ninety five hundred ninety six six were wherever you went in the U._k.. I remember you know go into to business conferences and I waste would be playing. You know you walk down the street. Oasis would be playing and you mentioned before Jesse Bat you know those family nights lights when people are coming round and all of that the the image that sticks in my head was it was one of my nieces car. It was eighteenth birthday so I was I go back and check the date June fourth nineteen ninety-six six and does this big family policy. It's an ability toll and the D._J.. Plays don't look back angered by oasis and I remember standing there and looking and you know five year. Old children were singing. My Dad ad was singing. Everybody was singing chorus on for a cipher of about six months it re. It really did feel like so that the Beatles were back that there was no one in the U._k.. Who didn't know who races were? There was no one who didn't know that that song go wonderful so whilst I'm not actually massive fan of the band back to those rules we talked about Adia on this will always be for me sort of ultimate nineteen and that is greatness. I agree. Let's let's hear a little bit of it. I don't know about a place to but out of Sir so so the summit Yeah uh-huh in in one of the things that I'm going to put my old man you know persona on in today's music world we all have so much segmented. There is a Sirius X._M.. Channel for anything I feel like listening to in fact we rotate through different channels at my job and I can listen to <hes> you know. My phone has <hes> sometimes I love to hit shuffled. Just I never know what I'm going to get but you also could just I wanna hear a bruce show. You know I wanNA hear Brian Wilson. I WanNa hear Jason is bill. You don't get that where you turn on the Radio Jio and you never know what you're going to get correct and everyone knew those songs and so I think that's a perfect example of you talking about the feeling of that we're all kind of combined combined together so lovely story my nineties. I almost broke my rule in had another song from a artist but <hes> I decided no so <hes>. It's okay to go with the original <hes> the song one by U._2. Johnny cash has done did an amazing cover of it if sit with his <hes> his American American recordings were just a really special <hes> I <hes> there are there songs I listened to that. Just make me <hes> dance you know when I talked about <hes> on perfect pop you know a Barry White Song lyrics really don't mean anything it's just I'm just enjoying <hes> but there's other songs that speak to me me and and hear me and one is a song that I I love and the you know we have to carry each other <hes> and I I believe that I believe leave that we should be here for each other and so you know kind of one kind of with love and mercy together kind of talk about what I want the road to be and what I what kind of life I try to live so so the nineties. I picked one by U._2. Nice choice. Thanks here we go you. Do you feel make it easier now. You got one with lease <music> glad you will need it okay. Hey we're getting close. We only got a couple left all right so now we're at the `oughts the old the notes also whatever and so this was this was an interesting one because if it was just a musical choice I guess that's one of the things made it's come out of this. Compensations does music and then the Zola's connections and it was just a musical choice than it would have to be something from Wilcox that to me. They were my band of the note so they will <hes> and just the completeness. The track would be impossible Germany however the most significant thing that happened to me in this decade was the on August second to estimate. I got married to my lovely White Laura <hes> on the song. I've chosen should have been the song that she walked down out. She actually down the aisle to fest my live by Bright Eyes which I thought was a pretty good choice and the reason she didn't walk then they ought to this song engage we literally discovered on our honeymoon and the song as Colts stallings and the band is a British band yet again Jesse from the Gulf <hes> but a bank old elbow and there are a number of reasons why this would have been the perfect sort of wedding song because it includes the lines. I site you. Dan Untold you have the truest <unk> that's ever found is for oneself you pulled upon my theory with a weary and disinterested cy. I swear Laura and I had that conversation literally. It also has the line <hes> the bucket brilliant nine. You're the only thing in any room you're Everen <hes> which I've always thought if you're looking if you look into one line the poem that's probably pretty good really beautiful. Is that perfect well but this is where you get that Nolan sort of humor that comes in because the final thing gays that there is let's say there's a noticeable age gap between Laura and I and so it actually reads this way you all the anything in any room you're ever in. I'm stubborn selfish into old so basically we all convinced Guy Garvey read this song this song for as and to go back to my video theme on this album by the way there's another Sung Koo one day it was another one of its another one of those songs that just United People but <hes> elbow were invited by the B._B._C. Concert Orchestra to play the album live with them Abbey Road Studios on. I would recommend it to anyone forty five minutes just sheer genius and you know Guy Golfie tokes stars is <hes> Glenn Miller played late in this whole you know the Beatles people only averted them so there's this very northern bolt in accent and then he opens his maximum this beautiful voice so highly recommended. I'm not needless to say a very special fit the ma'am <music>. How the premia no my vacation so the bone she second on my list things stocking walking by your place if we cannot seem why haven't dreamed of you and I and marriage in orange you all the only thing any still unselfish into ooh very nice? My two thousand is for my son and <hes> Chris went through a stage where he loves metallica he still has a a great love of hip hop and but he he went to school in East Texas and there is a pretty serious country <hes> feeling there and <hes> he picked up liking some music and then I had discovered an a singer Songwriter <hes> that was very active in country music called Brad Paisley. <hes> Brad is a wonderful guitarist. He writes some great songs along with you know other songwriters and there was a time when Chris's says Freshman Year in college he kinda screwed up a little bit. I won't go into the details. He was depressed. His mom was very angry at him and Chris kind of felt like at nineteen. His life was over not in a Oh. I need to go kill myself but just in you know depress. I played Brad Paisley's letter to me and if you don't know the song it is exactly what it seems. He is singing about if I could ready a letter to me and send back in tone to myself at seventeen and and he says toward the end of the song you've got so much up ahead. You'll make new friends you should see your kids in wife and I'll end by saying have no fear these these are nowhere near the best years of your life and he got through it. He is now a wonderful twenty nine year old man. He is uh-huh doing absolutely amazing at his job. He has a wonderful fiance. They are planning their wedding next summer and after we've had a few beverages usually when I'm driving home he will pull up letter to me and he'll start crying in you'll hug me and <hes> so for Chris Jackson <hes> letter to me but Brad Paisley corrego stops. Tom Always stop complete. Don't just is in ten. You get a day with bridget. Make sure the tank is all second. Forget turns out can coup agent eighteen every time you find your wrong and dad is right and you should really thank Miss Brain. She spent so much extra time like she sees diamond none underneath and she's Polish much Dolan no no it's obscene fast Friday nine Joyce Dan Dan Because of you Lounge Palm Dad me swing your still round round as ladder sir all right fantastic storage. I you know I can get emotional but you already but can and I think that's the beauty of this <hes> I could have picked and we'll go to our last song shortly but I you know I I could have picked like I almost picked Sam Cooke to change is GonNa come because that's one of my favorite songs and and I had other songs that I could have picked that I just adored and I of course to make it a little different. I wanted to share as I said. This is my musical autobiography biography based on songs that kind of tell about myself. I I love what you're done with it. That's all right so your final song so Mo- funny not the final song ever absolutely in a couple of years. We'll do a follow up. Okay so <hes> well I guess before before I say the the final not and I referred to this area about you know and you also said it just we've got we've got access to so much music these days but one of the things that noise May and I have to say a tends to be males and it tends to be males of all sorts of vintage I am you use the phrase beverage before they'll typically have a beverage in the hand and they will lend tell you that there's actually being no decent music made since one thousand nine hundred to really annoys me because I actually passionately believed that the as but chick mortgage museum ran now than ever you know I can tell you the rubber plants spend the night. Some people will say this Harris played for better than the two times I still Zeppelin so that that is an annoyance for me and what I wanted to do in sort the last choice and again that was looked options you mentioned Jason is bell before and now I think he's one of the greatest songwriters to come at the last few his stunning is Nashville this past album just amazing <hes> so who am vampires almost made my list but the song of chosen he's he's actually read is by war on drugs. <hes> on the reason is that it's for me to Song An. It's a band who they have already distinctive sound. I think it absolutely sands now but there's also in a good way. There's an awful lot less fifty years of music in there <hes> so if they felt like <hes> felt like a good good way of to use a springsteen it felt summation in felt like it pulled things together and is a piece of software called Rune to manage Oh my music play stuff and they have an I loved this quite which was summoning summoning summoning up the patron saints of F._M.. Radio rock the band is an update to the wild eyed sermons of Dylan springsteen and the summit abandoned. Tom Petty perfected all filtered through wolves of India tall noise an egg depravity all of their own. I just think Aspirin Ryan so I think a bit like were drugs music. You know flowery flamboyant a bit pretentious the big ambitious ambitious creative music. I'm always going to be for that say war on drugs all right here we go mm-hmm here. uh-huh <music> all right that is awesome so the question is is he going to go through a whole list without picking springsteen song and the answer is no okay now this one I cheated a little bit technically land of hoping dreams was released in the late nineties during the tour the reunion tour however it's official release was on wrecking ball. It was indeed which was twenty you know which was in the twenty twelve I have said very many times that my favorite Bruce springsteen songs <hes> are better days and land of open dreams and then the third one changes every day and I gave a lot of thought to nineties being <hes> better days but <hes> there's just something about the song it makes my heart sore. Every time I start hearing that sound there are things that go on with your life and by the way I played this on that trip back to college with Chris Jackson <hes> I will provide for you and I'll stand by your side. You'll need a good companion for this part of the ride. Leave behind your sorrows. Let This Day be the last tomorrow they'll be sunshine and all the starkness passed. I just think that today in every day you know the idea of let's shoot for a better future. Let's put aside the our past than our sorrows <hes> so I had to end with that one because Levin mercy one land of Hope Dreams if I had a manifesto Ooh what I wanted my life to be that trilogy would at least be what I'm trying to shoot for the yeah yeah <music> all right there we go to old guys schering their life and you know fourteen songs <hes> I did not make any plans but I thought ask you is there. I did you have any close that you thought about that. You hated hated to not pick. Oh I mean the agonizing over <hes> over the song selection as being as being awful but I think that's that's that's part of the process and if I look at how many revisions divisions of gun since I kick myself but I now know 'cause we committed say tape but whatever whatever digital media <hes> and I feel if you take aways in the ninety s that was a late edition <hes> and I feel really good about that because I think it really does. Some you know that decade for me <hes> I actually had one of the guys that came in a couple of weeks this guy he chose Romblon as sixty some by Zeppelin and I look human oh city boy. It's obviously the seventies and then went checked realized he was right so I had to change that selection but now I I mean my my my comment would be this is I am not gonNA pretend that this was in my head when came up with the format but you've just proven in this in this hour. It's a great way to have a dialogue with people and to find things and I mean the one story I would like to finish with a friend of Mine Chris <hes> he was actually the last person to come round and do this and is eighties. Choice was the pixies and we started talking about. How did you find music and he grew up in Minnesota? He grew up in a fall aw he was in the middle of nowhere. He didn't have access to music in the only two things he had would. He could get a subscription to rolling stone magazine on his died. As my dad did had a subscription to the Columbia record club and what Chris used used to do is a fifteen year old was look at the college gigs and charts and if any of the names in there were available on Columbia he persuaded that to buy him the out never having heard and by the way he then says that that's how I found the pixies R._E._M.. The Smiths and <hes> and I just thought that was brilliant story about sort of music and what people do and and nice to find that but people because you know. I didn't really know about his background MINNESOTA. It's not Sunday. We talked about it work. It's after so yeah I <hes> hope. Hopefully we can take this forward. It's a good way for the people to let them. I totally agree Terry. You know <hes> desert island discs is a similar format <hes> in <hes> and I find that interesting because it is <hes> you know not only the Bruce episode but Tom Hanks and other people. I've heard them talk and it really does give you a chance to kind of share their life. <hes> and I love the idea of the decade. <hes> you know in originally when I started doing this like i Mac the knife was always going to make the cut nineteen fifty-nine there was a limited amount of songs but I had you know the Cheryl's will lovely tomorrow. Johnny Cash Ring Afire <hes> Al Green. Let's stay together. You know just songs I love that I never get tired of and the more I thought about. I went no I. I want this to say something about me in it isn't it isn't the right way to do it. It's just the way I chose to do it so this is where we go to our listeners. Did you guys like this. <hes> let us know because we I think this would be fun and change of pace episode <hes> different way to kind of share your background also an idea to share other music <hes> so you can reach out to us at set lessing bruce gmail.com <hes> i. I am on twitter at Jesse Jackson D._F._W.. The show is at settlers thing bruce on twitter terry if they WANNA reach you yeah <hes> I'm Chitra Terry scrabble on my email is Teri S._m._i.. My <hes> at hotmail good so let us know what you think. <hes> I did want to share the wonderful comment that complement you got from one of our best listeners a very dedicated <hes> she. She said that you're Mary question was the best answer ever thought made my day. I have to say I I agree. I I thought that was just so perfect that they wanted to do that and she took the time to share some yeah. It was just so lovely <hes> any final thoughts that I've just thoroughly enjoyed it and the eye. Let's see what the feedback is but we can do more because it's great absolutely and <hes> yeah. We just need to volunteer to do this. We're we're ready but for now. Thank you guys so much. We appreciate it. <HES> <HES> and we hope you're decades are filled with wonderful music. Talk to you soon uh-huh.
Mount Rushmore of Rock n Roll with Dr Scott
"China's ally kind of Set the criteria was number one Was There Influence And Cultural Impact on popular music number two was timelessness of their work slash longevity number three popularity number four their body of quality work and five. I wrote uniqueness. Hello everyone and welcome to a new episode of settlers sick Bruce Your podcast all about Bruce springsteen his music and mostly as fans I am your host Jesse Jackson and joining me is multi visits a member of the settlers thing Bruce Beloved guest list Dr Scott Hey Scott how you doing? How are you doing great? Quake could talk to you. I'll it's always fun to talk to you. We always have a good time and so Since we've talked though you've had a few changes haven't you got a few changes Biggest one of Will back to the east coast after almost coming up on twenty years now now living in Florida And Need to guess to be near my East Coast routes I was. It was calling. Who was calling for me and So that's been a big change But so far really really loving it here. How are the The family adjusting to Florida instead of California. Good Yeah Think it's been an just uprooting family. Yeah everyone everyone's doing great. Thanks for asking. How's your family? We're good we are all going well You and I were just catching up before we hit record. I I am in the middle of job. Search twenty twenty but so far things are going. I've got a few irons in the fire as they say So it's good You don't Linen Chris or doing well So yeah so far. It's it's things are going really well So we figured like Dr Scott and I are like okay We could just talk and be entertained for like thirty forty minutes him and I just talking but I don't know how entertaining it would be to the audience so we kicked around a couple of ideas and he had a lot of great ideas and we'll probably visit them another time but the thing that struck me I is he said. What about the rock and Roll Mount Rushmore? And I said tell me more so Dr Scott. I'm GonNa let you kind of set. The what your thoughts were what were doing. And then share the boundaries. We put among ourselves on how to pick this okay so three years ago on much. Fortieth birthday my Bucket List One item on my bucket list. wants to go to the rock and Roll Hall of fame In Cleveland I shows My closest family and friends all guys trip and we spent a few days In Cleveland went to the rock and Roll Hall of fame and at Dinner. One evening We I came up with this Game to propose to the table and it was so fascinating and interesting that three years later I stole an asking people about it It's so interesting people thought. And if I I basically said okay so you know. We're here at the rock and Roll Hall of fame. Nobody we We were talking before. Jesse. How You know with rock and Roll Hall of fame the criteria so ambiguous and in terms of. Who's on and WHO's not on it. And sometimes we go rhyme or reason. I can name so many groups that didn't get in or still not in the other people who have very head-scratching while they're in But I basically said okay. You have the not rushmore and in your own Mount Rushmore and I own in just getting their opinion but with rounders. Who would be in your not rushmore of Solo artists? And then who would be in your map wash ashore of them and I'm going to stop Air Gun just because I I wanNA talk about this more but I really love that parameters because when I was working on mine before we had kind of set up the rules I was like how do I just pick one beetle? Like you would think okay. She you know John Lennon but really like Paul McCartney and like you can. I put both of them on there. So when you sent the like four individual artist four groups I went okay. You felt my pain from a distance Dr Scott and we're helping me out so continue on. Yes okay so so I felt it was important to also keep some curia of sort to But not limited to but but but give some criteria or else it would be kind of an all over the place discussion and as. I know that we've talked about earlier podcasts. kind of differentiating between Beth and favorites. And this definitely you know the way I asked people to approach. This question was definitely leaning more toward back like who would be in that. Mount Rushmore versus personal favorite. Where you know you they you know Do It for me. That would be too. Ambiguous in two grey So Electron of Set the criteria was Number one was their influence And Cultural Impact on popular music number two was timelessness of their work slash longevity number three popularity number four their body of quality work and size. I wrote uniqueness and some examples of that were you know did this solo artist or band. Did they have a unique sound Performance ability their present stage President The just the the what they call the you know as they they'd be factor Kind of like five is kind of like some intangible And that was that was. That was how I frame dish. And then We spent You know the next two hours and I do think that it is almost impossible to limit it to four people and even limiting it to eight. You realize you're leaving people out. Oh Yeah when you start putting this and you you you list. People you feel are influences. You immediately can get ten without even thinking right you just go. Hey here we go and so I imagine your discussion over a meal. You guys had a lot of give and take right the water of give and take and what we agreed to do was to walk away from the dinner with basically the criteria was We gotta be like a consensus where at least we got some point where we could like. Walk away from the table thing like I can. I can understand that but it was it. Was You know there was definitely some debate? Obviously and also you know a lot of the debates. Were you know just like like you know? Well if this person could be on and how can you not put this person on and also even very similar to the criteria for little rock and Roll Hall of fame is like you know and we'll get to this one when we start process but it's like you know also what really in someone's mind like constitutes like rock and roll or like popular music? 'cause there's certainly artists in the rock and Roll Hall of fame that are are not like certain countries singers Whitney Houston just got Inducted for the two thousand twenty class So dot also interesting but Yeah it was really a lot of fun debates but I will say and just not really a boy. Where per se but Cleveland I switched one of my answer so I hope so for for free. I had the fame the fame. Yes yeah and by the way Teaser Dr Scott and I are going to do a separate episode for our patron only feed where we're going to talk about the rock and Roll Hall of fame latest inductees so if you're a patriot. Member look for that. And we will discuss more about Whitney Houston and a few other things but okay I just wanted to know that Just in terms of the criterium had to kind of make this clear away. 'cause I already like When when when when I start the game sometimes I feel so and even included this in our discussions part of the podcast so Whether or not I take these people I was just giving you know Jesse giving some examples so for the purposes of this like Bruce recounted a solo artist guess Same with Tom. Petty even though the Tom Petty heartbreakers eastern Dan rea and Paul. But someone like Paul Simon on a Phil Collins People who have had you know Been afforded bans or Duos as the case with Simon and Garfunkel had such a careers and are actually in the rock and Roll Hall of fame. for a solo artist and a group. Those you could put uber or yeah. That's really well again. Thing is I sent out on social media both on twitter and facebook and so after Dr Scott. Go through our choices. We have fan feedback. We have listeners back. And so we're going to share that too and I haven't done this yet. Dr Scott but I think I'm going to take everyone's selections including ours throw it in a spreadsheet and then Kinda pick the top four of each and then show that on the facebook page that here was you know but this is what the consensus of the small sample size mysticism. All right. Do you WANNA go first. You want me to go first. We're GONNA do individuals first. You're the you go say okay. You want to do so. Lord let's see Selo first place. Okay so I think pretty much. It's funny all the bands worked out. The bands are probably in order the Lord of of not sure if they aren't border so I guess he's in no particular order number one. I'm GonNa just a minute. He's going to give one and I'm GONNA give one back and forth in that way we're going to discuss about each of them. So that's kind of the format so that's why just as we produce on the air so go ahead you're in no particular order first choice. Is Elvis Presley? Can there is The phrase first ballot hall of fame. And I think you know I think that is in in fact. I'll go ahead and say he's on my list to And for various reasons Go ahead and share a little bit why you picked him. He's the king. You know When you look at the criteria you know popularity Bhatia were. He was so immense. I mean this. Is You know. Preview tools And you know what was little founding with Elvis nothing? He wouldn't not that. There was any any doubt but didn't write his own music Which was also kind of a a one of those intangible factors when you talk about body of work and the whole thing he's just You know but like even to this day. I know that he's like Paul Simon's a hero which a lot of people don't know that Hence the title of his most successful album graceland which actually served as a metaphor for the whole lot project on he. Was you know he when you think of the pioneers? And he he was he was everything you know he You know he was Rebellious He danced in a way yet a stage performance. I mean no one was doing that for him. and It's just To me it's just a a no-brainer. You know yeah he is I think the iconic Rockstar so so tons of records performed live went and made movies. it There are in an alternate world. And I've shared this before. The the rumor was that Barbara streisand wanted Elvis Presley to play the Chris Christopherson part and the star is born remake and colonel. Parker would not let him because He he says Elvis gets top billing no matter what he does and Barbra streisand's people are like no percent saying gets the billing and I often wonder what would've happened because I think not that Chris. Cassava wasn't wonderful but I think Elvis would have acted the heck out of that role and who knows it may have changed the course of his life. We may not have left. Lost Him so early so. I totally agree. Elvis was on my list so absolutely I love the casting. What if factor? You never knew that three. Yeah And also Just from time to time all kind of throw out I of I did I did some research of the top. Fifteen selling artisanal timing terms of album so yeah and I'll be number storage Put in context. Yeah my son Chris on grew up you know very much into hip hop and rap went through a stage where he loved Metallica and we were on a family vacation he was maybe ten or eleven and we went to Memphis and we went through graceland and he became obsessed with Elvis and he you know I mean he just he you know he just recognizes the beauty and the power of that music so absolutely A he would be on my list. Well I'm going to pick one and then we'll let you discuss so. I had Chuck Berry on my list for the reason. Why is I think in a lot of ways? Chuck Berry invented rock and roll. I know there's a lot of discussion you But I think the amount of the guitar playing and the music He performed forever. There're ICONEX songs that he wrote and performed so I picked Chuck Berry One of my people on that mountain. Well he is not on my mountain but if I had a v spot he would be on the mountain. So He's my first honorable mention your of parole for all the reasons that you just said. There's no argument or debate with him. truly one of the pioneers An incredible icon credit again could easily made the list and literally he would if I had a v selection and then the the stories you hear of him showing up that Gig with just guitar and whoever is the band would be the backing band with his confidence slash arrogance. Of course they why songs and they're right. Like I know Bruce in the eastern band early days back Tim up and I would love to see that. That would be amazing. All right. What's your second and that goes back to the future remind you this. Is your cousin loving loving very new? Sound you've been looking for well missing through. Yes absolutely number two on the. Dr Scott. Rushmore is Bob Dylan. Yeah so just so. Everyone knows Dr Scott and I did no discussion in advance. Dylan's on my list to so take it away Dr Scott on your reasons behind picking Bob though. I'm sure the audience is going. Yeah I mean what you know for for people like Bob and Elvis and chuck. It's You Know I. I don't know how much how much they We we have to really get into the to the why. Not a very controversial choice but The most prolific songwriter of in American pop music the most covered artists in the history of Pop. Music Really was it's come a pioneer for say of really the kind of the Greenwich Village Singer. Songwriter error And how do you have of Mount Rushmore without his faces? One of the stunts on Just you know he's he's an icon And the the the body of work and And you know through through the whole bootleg series of also. Just rediscover you know. Just how many songs he had in his vault which is very bruce like and You know the Have you ever read the the autobiography that he wrote? I just brilliant. Now I what can you say about my list? Yeah Yeah Yeah I think it was like volume one in two and a and I mean just horrendous live performer especially in his later years literally. Sometimes we'll hang out for an hour not say one more to the audience. Maybe play one hit song and then leave the stage but So one of my best friends. Sam Who I talk about here. Often is a huge dylan fan. In fact he would put dylan over springsteen and he has seen Dylan multiple times and he talks about that that Sometimes it's a good show. Sometimes it's an aunt show But you never know he goes because there is that you're going to get lightning in a bottle And once Dylan did three days in a row here in Dallas the the House of Blues. So he did a three shows in a row and Sam took vacation day so he could attend all three shows and Any talked about now. You Know Sam seen him fairly recent and he says it's you know it's a pretty the never ending tour. Something is I think what he calls it. He says it's a pretty sure. Set lists but In it but he's Dylan and and I think sometimes like I will pull out song lyrics and repeated as if it was poetry. And you're just struck at the beauty of the words and the amount of beauty and spirituality You know Forever young is something that I just think is amazing and that wish to someone And you know who in this generation didn't saying blowing in the wind in your high school choir right an an an and the amount of people that have covered tongue like that or Hard rain's GonNa Fall Um Times. They are a change in how about I. You know it's funny. It's like you know all be looking music with the Plymouth Song or a show with somebody and you know like there's so many songs that he's written that you know even like like pretty big music fans don't know what People Are Times. I'll say like you know Who Who wrote all along the watchtower it everyone's buckled Jimi Hendrix unless nope right now Who wrote You know forever. Young wasn't Rod Stewart. Now you know and You know it's And like phone like all on the watch tower like that's like an encore song for bands like Pearl Jam and Dave Matthews And you know what can what can what can you say he's just He's he's an iconic figure and lyrically. I we put him and Paul Simon to near are the two best lyricist In popular music. So it poetry. Yeah I'm right there with you and just the idea that We talk a lot about this When you go to Bruce Show. His catalog is so diverse. That there's always going to be a song that Gosh I wish he'd played this one and not just obscure you know besides buried in the third district tracks. I mean there are great songs that other people would be part of their regular set list that he just even though he's doing a three hour show a three hour plus show. He doesn't have time to put it on. So in Dillon would be the same thing are going to give me another one since I have dylan as well okay I know a huge shock. Your where your audience is GonNa have to pause to compose himself but Mr Bruce Greenfee Yeah Yeah So what can you say? Yeah you know I. It's interesting is ill. I would I was kind of surprised at was that when I posed this question to you know my birthday Party crew which was like eight. Guy That there was you know an couple people. There were pretty big springsteen fans the rest. You know you know your average I guess run of the mill. Kind of Bruce Bruce Fan There was no debate with it which I found very very interesting. That is in like Yeah I. I thought I was going to have to get into like you know defensive mode and like you know give a whole you know I'm speech up like why I feel this way and there really wasn't An argument was consensus met. Me Right away You know I I think it's when you factor in You know I think music was going through a real transition at the time and you know obviously the famous cuts in the future of rock and roll and his name is Bruce springsteen quote and When you take the body of work right when you take the people I hope at this point understand is like so many people now coming out and saying that like he is like they're God like Eddie's editor and you know just just recently Dr Scott Jason is villain twitter. Someone said WHO's a someone famous that was or a musician that's helped you. And he said for springsteen and people like what's that story we WANNA that Jason You know he has He did not make my list Just because I I was trying to do not obvious right And and it's what's funny when we read people's comments a few people said this is my personal Mount Rushmore not my not for historical purposes. I really I'm certainly not going to argue with Bruce. Because Hello I do a Bruce Springsteen podcast of you know I don't man's museum I and I'll just go ahead mention. I picked buddy. Holly is my fourth one Just because of the significance of the of what he did early One of the first to write his own music some of the producing the in for the amount of how quickly he is career ended due to that tragic plane crash and the amount of influence he had on the Beatles and the other things this this I think he is one of the building blocks of rock and roll so I went a little more historical than I did. Modern and so I I just when I hear That'll be the day or you know And and other songs I just go this guy. What if he had not died? What would he have done? Would he have been someone like Sinatra or a dylan or you know even a you know a springsteen as he grew in As worked as a as a Paul Anchor someone so Out of sympathy our guests just out of love and kind of a little bit of sentimentalist. I picked buddy. Holly is my fourth person. All right have you to every day. That'll be the day Yeah everything you said is true I can't get argue. It's definitely an icon and Definitely going a little more historical there but again this is like what it's like. The Mount Rushmore Guy would say Just the one thing I just wanted to add about Bruce Because again we could again the PODCASTS. We could talk about him for. You didn't hire time but I think for me Had he not hide and now it's become a kind of a gigantic now coming up on twenty years now. Kind of a resurgence of his career with the rising elbow Where he kind of Rediscovered that Hey I can still do this. Rock and roll thing like I think his it. If it's really kind of ended with Tonj owed What an incredible body of work toll people that point but I think because he's still going strong and writing music like wrecking ball album and western stars and magic and you know and and all the intangibles the greatest live performer of all time And you know His his Broadway show and how many people can do that back. And the fact that he can literally In any country in the world Play to hundreds of thousands of people who know the songs and know the lyrics to every song. I mean just all you have to see his watch the DVD BLU ray of his show from Barcelona. I mean they. You know so But no I- buddy holly is a is a musical icon. Yeah I respect the choice and you know what I think is interesting. Dr Scott is the idea and that is one of the reasons why I I love Bruce is he is continuing to reinvent himself. He is continuing to do different things and So I think you're right. I think that if after tunnel of love you know and he'd gone he you know he took that ten year the dark years and then had not come back I don't know it may be a different but to think about that that they take that ten year break and then come back and you could make the argument. I and some of his more powerful albums. You know wrecking Bom Magic I think Western Stars Are and you're competing against born to run darkness on the edge of town. I mean you know born in the USA. You're talking about massive Albums that are influential and commercial success and you can have the discussion that they stand up. And depending on your your Phantom you may not know. They're going to be a lot of people that say nothing will ever be darkness. I get it but you can have. They won't laugh at you if you try to make. That argument has a lot about his his popularity well-set well said all right my friend. Who's your fourth okay? So my four with when we get to Some of your wonderful fans entry which I had real Such such enjoyment reading reading. Everyone and I wanNA thank everybody also for You know giving their submission That was that was a lot of fun to read It's plausible shocking. And I when we go through them again I'll I can feel if someone had that the list but I- Michael Jackson at number four. I he did not make my list but he. I gave him serious thought. And you know what I like about your and I'm Gonna I'm GonNa read into something and there is a symmetry of you picked to quote unquote classic artists and to modern artist. You separated it with Elvis and Bob. And then Bruce and Michael and I don't know if you did that deliberately but you can I see the beauty of that and Michael is I- conic. That is a great choice. He you know it's like again you know we're not gonNA go obviously down the road of Someone's personalized and you know Ah that was also a factor as is just completely separating the music from the the human being in his everyday life sober not to give it to stop but when you look at his. I mean He. Was You know for a child of the eighties? Which was I mean he? He was the Beatles all wrapped up into one package You know obviously is the number one selling album I think thriller still the number one selling album full time You know when he passed away He had booked. I think fifty shows that he was going to be performing I I saw His show in Vegas Couple years ago and you know probably do about the twenty five or thirty of songs and you get one after the other. It's like Oh my God. Oh my God Oh my God on the guy and it was kind of walked out of there with like I can name like fifty songs of the top had like they didn't play And you know he really when you think of his influence in popular culture on you know the the the most when you think of like MTV Michael and And I I would you know that. That was another one where like in terms of when I first asked. This question wasn't any debate without either And kind of looking at the list of you know everyone entries. We'll have to go throughout I don't I I. I think there may have been one of the person who selected him which I was surprised but to me You know is album sales. His popularity his ICONIC NECE is Performance ability and the last thing. I'll say about Michael is actually had to do some Internet research for this I wanted to know with Michael. Like did he write his own music. Did you write his own Leroy? And what even impressed me more In kind of prepping for this podcast was he wrote. Every song lyrics yet does not know how to play one musical instrument which singer Songwriter Myself. Almost impossible I. It's almost impossible. Yeah and I was blown away and it was also like okay like this cemented now. Like he's like I can't so what he would do is like you would like for example. He would go up through his guitar player in the studio and he would sing every single. No that the tar player should play. He would sing every note of horn section play or a synthesizer he would do it all vocally and I that that looming away blew me away Also from a stage performance aspect and presence aspect mean. Put the one of the greatest just just dancing ability alone Unbelievable and So Michael Michael Michael of my solo artist not rushing. And you're right. You have to separate the personal life but when you think of that motown special when he did the Moon Walker Jean. Yeah we are the world and And we talked about. I talked about this before the you know the Jackson. Five were the Beatles After the Beatles right I mean there were. You could not get You know there were no one bigger. And then when the Wall came out and seventy nine it was massive. There's no way no one at any record company and I have heard Michael did believe this but no one else in the world that said okay. This is going to. We'd be lucky if we get close to hitting what off the wall did much less surpassing it the way it did And the iconic songs And it is just absolutely and a Similar to Elvis a what could have been if not an early death and you know how much more music did he have to make an end to produce so I think a great choice absolutely I I love that 's Okay you've got Elvis Presley Bob Dylan Bruce springsteen Michael Jackson I have Elvis Presley. Chuck Berry Buddy Holly Bob Dylan. Do you have any? Do you have one or two honorable. Mentions you wanted to cover. And then we'll move over to groups. I'm GONNA sit a very very quickly Berry of the mentioned Gave some thought to Sinatra. Not just a really interesting Person Talk about which we can which which we can talk about on when we start kind of a rock and Roll Hall of fame series. But he's not in the Rocco Hall of fame but other people like him who are just you know like singers in performers. Who Never wrote a song? I take someone like Whitney. Houston who I guess. Want shooting get. She wasn't a first ballot. Or but I guess maybe because it was more copy. You know more Eighties video stuff So that was. That's an interesting one which we were. What? What are your thoughts on Sinatra? I mean yeah I think you know I had a similar discussion with Ray Charles. You know like is he is. Should we include Ray Charles For a lot of the reasons Sinatra or Johnny cash I mean Sinatra was everything and And the amazing thing is johnny cash is in the hall of fame. The Cure is all over the place. Other people are considered Elton John. Paul Simon Johnny Cash Stevie wonder Prince. Billy Joel David Bowie Ray Charles and Jimi Hendrix. Yeah perfect choices all worthy I would agree with almost all of yours effect. I would agree with all yours. The two I gave serious thought to because it's an all boys club my You know my four choices and I debated and I couldn't figure out who I would drop but to add either Linda Ronstadt or aretha Franklin aretha rhythm and Blues but Linda Ronstadt in the seventies Was You know rock and roll? She was pop. She won't cover then. She went on to do her the anything she wanted to do. She did I WANNA do covers of classic. You know ballots okay. Let's do it I wanNa do you know of songs on my father from my My Hispanic background. Let's do it. Oh I've decided I want to do rock and roll again and you know what the Neville brothers. Let's get Aaron Neville the sing with me okay. Let's do it She is just an icon. And if I was going to as Bruce said break up the boys club I would be tempted. But I'm like okay. Who who would I drop off? And I couldn't even. She's even on the great one of a great obscure of Paul. Simon Song called Under African skies yes A great duet with Linda And just anecdotally The reason why just the way you are is on the stranger which Billy Joel didn't WanNa put on the album which he creditor for having a woman's touch because I think who like I like number one hit song She was in the recording studio The same according to he was when he was making a stranger and Linda. Ron Sutton phoebe. Snow came by the studio and he played them the song. And they're like you have to put the fall on the go and he said I don't know it's a little schmaltzy at. It's not kind of rough enough. And they said you have to put this on the song and Billy says Oh what am I know and it was like I number one. That's awesome great and then aretha obviously Can't argue with that with Linderoth. You could also say Some people that came to mind just two more were Carole King and Madonna. I those were on my list too because in the perfect choices right because carole king She wrote the early. You know when you look at that So yeah I I absolutely. In fact she was on my list. So Great God that was fun. Now we're GONNA talk to groups so same criteria. I'll kick us off this time. We're not chur dish. I'm not a shocker. But my I was the Beatles and for everything. We'll put up a bold choice. Yes Oh yeah you know when you think about the in years? And that's really all they were is they were such the sixties and the amount of iconic music. They made the amount of influence they had on culture and society and You know because everything goes back to Bruce. Because this is Bruce springsteen right he said the iconic things in his childhood seeing Elvis on the Ed Sullivan show and then seeing the Beatles on Ed Sullivan show. And he's like I wanted to be the Beatles I didn't want to you know And and so I just think that is In like I said certainly not controversial Kind of Duh but it is I mean and one of the major groups that have individual members of the show of the band as well both I and I don't know if all four of them but I know John. Paul are in at As individual performers as well not to do a Google Harris citizen I the the all things must pass. Album is fun. Believable yes and all four of them went onto incredibly Prolific Solo All prolific solo careers And obviously we lost John Too soon. Nineteen Eighty You know it was was. It was a really tough time Kennedy was assassinated. And you know there's this big morning going on at that time and he's he's four guys from Liverpool with these you know. Just stay look like working class guys. You know they weren't these matinee. Looking Hero you know fabricated You Know Stars. They were working class guys And I think that you know that Ed Sullivan show the influence that you've mentioned how I'm Bruce I. It's it's it was people like you know Bruce. And and and billy at an you know who who literally watching it and said I can. Do you know like they they they. They write their own music. They sing their own songs. You know it's it's it's just they are they are perfection and when you look also you know like one of the groups that is not on my list. I will talk about. Why like for this reason They they don't stay in that you know. I WanNa hold your hand She's got a ticket to ride kind of bubblegum pop. Land that they did. I mean when you look at from Rubber Soul Revolver Pepper Abbey road natural mystery tour Let it be album. I mean what they were doing in the studio very similar to what Brian. Wilson's do it in the studio Just great seeing the love and mercy Movie about Brian Wilson where He's talking to his brothers and he's like you know you guys go on tour to you guys go to Japan. I'm GonNa stay home and I promise you when you come back. I have a masterpiece the Beatles or doing in the album in the studio and they come home and he has all the songs for pet. Sounds done Badly and So also like you know you talk about like just the trajectory of their career and you know how many like their their psychedelic phase and walking. I mean they're low hand down the number one slot. Yeah absolutely similar to like you know first of all how fame absolutely All right. So what's your number one and as we said no particular order I suspected that so I'll let you. Who's your second choice okay? So what would the rolling stones at number two and I don't really know What needs to be said Where you know I'd have to make a like an argument for this Personally I mean I really really like them. If I was doing a Hebrew lists. They wouldn't have been on mine But I can't i. How do you do this list without putting The Rolling Stones on and You know Unbelievable sound incredible body of work on great live performers Great Front Man Just just timeless music and you know. They're the only band that I mean. I. I don't. I think that I think is like the Beatles and then everybody else in terms of bands but like they're the only band where I for people try to make an argument that they're better than the Beatles so I mean that's got to account for something. I completely disagree But to me. That was a that was a no brainer. I bow with Choice so my number two is the rolling stones for all the reasons you said and even the phrase they are not one of my favorite bands. it's not that. I don't like them and win. A rolling stone comes on the radio or you know comes to mix I. I'm I enjoyed is just not someone that I've invested a lot of time in experience and and and I I would love to get someone. Who's a fanatic rolling stone fan on this show to kind of talk to me about that end Kind of share. Maybe some of their lesser known songs to expand it. So totally agree. So far we're in sync Number three led Zeppelin. I think what I consider. Kind of the pioneers of hard rock but also so much color in layers and interesting different experimental And you know Watt a so influenced by the blues. And you know I can their instrumentation and a lot of a lot of reason. Why didn't get a lot of airplay with their songs for so long? Hr you know But and then you know like Zeppelin Three. They went very acoustic and You know voice. Is You know It's so descent Their popularity album sale there. I mean they're stage president their body of work really truly out to me that was another no-brainer and You know our page. You know if not the you know. Definitely in the top five You know basketball players of all time and Yeah that's My number three. Yeah they didn't make my list but I can't argue with anything you said. They are conic and there are many people. I know that are yelling at me. What how could they not make your list For All the reasons you said they are just they are truly icons of rock and roll now. What I find interesting is so far. You've gone all British. We went all American on Solo. And so far you've gone all British on your groups So I'm going to break that tone and I'm going to go With the Beach Boys for mine. You'RE GONNA go get. Yes yes I could not. I didn't put Bruce on. I resisted the be a homer but I could not resist the beach boys. They were As close to a rival for American band to the Beatles as possible Brian Wilson Influence. Paul McCartney Who Paul McCartney influence. Brian Wilson They also went from being. You know happy surf. Music to onto pet sounds and other albums that did not have the commercial success but still some great music They are they sold southern California as a place where there's two girls for every boy and that You know the the though Janet Dean Sang that Song. Brian wrote it They were just icons and When you hear other musicians talk about Brian Wilson And with his brothers and friend and cousin being that instruments of his genius You realize how far his influence that the branches from that Brian Wilson Tree continue similar. Like you said about Bruce when you hear about the people so I'm GonNa go beach. Boys stotts. Dr Scott Well. Four honorable mentions and they were one of the honorable. Mentions so I I can't argue with with with what you said. I think they're kind of fun. Surf music the fact that you know the toward for so many years with like different people including John Stamos. I think it's kind of her brand over the years I would've loved. I mean Brian. Wilson is a musical hero of mine. and You know I. I think if they had a second leg of their career like the Beatles did after all the you know overcome gum. Poppy stuff and had you know maybe three or four or five Pet sounding type albums that kind of really resonated with mainstream culture. I think they would definitely be Probably probably make for me And I think that's a I mean you're you're not gonNA you're not GonNa get an and and you're not gonNA get argument not only because we're polite and and love each other but I think that's fair. I think that's a fair assessment of of why if you were debating Let's say there. Were you know we were committee of Seven or eight experts If if someone made that argument back and forth I would as much as I love them. I would be willing to okay. I'm going to move forward with them. Not Making because you can only have four. So yeah that's really well done What's next for you okay? So this is the fourth one. So this is as I said earlier in the podcast from Cleveland till now So this is the only one that team in frears gave us one while foot and number four is pink floyd very concerned by British invasion. Ask You could say like I think you have you colleges making. Have you always hated America? Dr? I Hate American I had I look. I I thought about two and rem and you know Yeah it's You know what they are Number nine all time albums sold My to me Dark side is the in my people. The best album ever made I think The wall is genius. I mean you know the drill album album. But they're just this iconic life force and you know they. They let their You know personal differences really get didn't the way What could have been a much longer torn careers? They broke up during before the division bell tour Which Roger Waters is not even On the album or tour but You know they of literally I mean I don't know the number I mean but like I mean we're talking like like five hundred million or something like some crazy number that they've been asked like oh thousands of times To get back together and tour and You know it's interesting 'cause I I was really debating between them and I'll tell you who else after that you're forced election but You know what I what I thought was interesting was when I went on kind of want to see just from like any kind of popularity standpoint. They still relevant in the whole thing. And I found this thing where like Spotify like rank like their top twenty like streaming bands like of all time and Ford. Was I think like in like the top ten to fifteen still You know you still see people with the dark side shirts every day. I mean I just I can't say enough about the think they have one of the most unique sense. I mean nobody sounds like Which I think is also a big criterium also For why I decided to go with the number four. I mean nobody like they almost created their own genre of music. I can't argue with that. They are not someone that That speaks to me but I certainly can order that so debated on my fourth. Dr Scott and I wanted to do something that represented motown because of the huge influence. It had on radio and music in the sixties. So I ended up picking the temptations though I also thought about Diana Ross and the supremes And so the temptations ended up being my pick For and kind of representing Motown And and I know that's kind of I think that's a little bit of a stretch and as I said if we were in a committee I would probably would lean toward if someone said. Well no I really think it should be Zeppelin or pink floyd. I certainly could not argue that point. I would make my stand and then move forward. But since it's mine I went temptations. Well I mean look they have a very successful show on Broadway right now. So it's not like you picked secure bands. Yes all right You're you've just my dad. Very nice but that was my temptation your exactly literally you I mean. Look you it sounds like you. You want us to kind of topped your sound. That was so influential on to popular music. And you know. I can't argue if With temptation there Sometimes admittedly str- admittedly struggle with What the temptation song. And what's the four tops song and smoke house and in the miracles right like miracle? Yes yeah I mean I mean you know like but temps were probably the best at what they what they want for that John Laura Just like you know When we're talking about it's like you know someone could say. Bob Marley someone like that. I mean right. It's like you know if you're looking at different like Zahn Ras If we're doing country right you could do a johnny cash. Could even some might even say for gas. You know So I don't I you know you're not gonNA get a lot of pushback for me because you know to you know to me you know. It's it's interesting with my wife when I talk about this a lot when we're listening to music And we'll talk about like. Is this person. Does this person like Homs lie or be this band or do they have like their own sound Or they you know. Very derivative and And you know that whole like genre of music You know again in the Broadway show now is getting like you know. It's very hard to get tickets to and Huge ovations and So I mean you know. They were I it's IT'S A it's a very it's a very interesting selection but I think your argument for why they're while you put them was very solid very nice guy. That was fun. All right I- listeners. I know we've been long but we did want to take a few minutes We've got multiple people that have reached out to give their discussions. I don't unless in. Here's what I figure we'll do Dr Scott will will read them and unless something just stands out like Oh. I think that's a really well. Thought of discussion. Obviously we're not going to be you know if we're not going to be disparaging if someone picked the monkeys which no one did thank God. I'm just checking Though I certainly I certainly a fan of Peter Tork and Michael Nasmyth and Davy Jones and why am I drawing a blank on the last Guy But you would not put them on that list but we are not we know this is all about positively So I'll start with about positive on so I just want a quick introduction or I'll As the college I will I'm GONNA HAVE OCD. If I just don't say this I just have to. Just give the The just the four five honorable mentions you no because I really. I've never 'cause I really really struggled with the fourth one and Originally I had the WHO at number four on about them So I had the honour mentions or the WHO? The Eagles are only finally. I'm sorry. Go the Eagles fleetwood Mac. The doors and the visuals so I especially think the eagles and fleetwood Mac are the icons of the seventies I think were and and I do think their influence as eagles especially in modern country music I think is all over the place and I think to a certain degree you know I agree rock and roll so yes. All Great Honorable Mentions Okay So Mary Great Discussion. I knew it would be wonderful idea all right so as I said. We reached out to twitter and facebook asked for people to send their information. They did not have the criteria we just. I just asked for individual artists for groups. What would you think? So Marian Tin from twitter said Elvis Chuck Berry Bob Dylan springsteen or Bowie. David Bowie I think is certainly someone that is worthy of discussion. And then like when people do the when people do the or I'm Gonna I'm GonNA teach kids speak with the rebound food and then groups. They said the Beatles Stones Birds Rem. I think that's really interesting. 'cause THE BIRDS. I think an early influence or and rem you mentioned on someone. That certainly was some influences birds I love the sound of the birds. mostly Just cover songs but You know they're great at the greatest. Hits album is is is great Very random choice but Maryanne thank you. You've got one From twitter motion Newman An artist that Apparently Jussie doesn't like his name is Bruce Springsteen he's from New Jersey Elvis Presley John who was an honorable mention and Chuck Berry. Can't argue with any of those groups we have the Eagles Fleetwood. Mac each three bands so double dipping their. Yes and the Beatles. Yeah that's I thought about the eastern band because they're such an iconic band but I think it's similar to you like when you say Tom. Petty and the heartbreakers RESP- Racing East. You Ban you kind of think of those together so great choices Chris Bloom who is going to be on the PODCAST. Coming up. Pretty soon Returning he said Elvis Bob Dylan Bruce Springsteen Jimi Hendrix which I think Hendrix is a very nice choice that You and I. I don't think either one of US brought up Now I did have them on my honorable mention to me he's like the Arguments sports reference the the the Sandy Colfax of musician In terms of you know when people think of Colfax you know when the greatest pitchers in the history of baseball only had six great years got a twelve year career. Sixth Grade Years. And you know obviously part of the Infamous twenty seven club and died way too soon but I mean talk about His influence and his his his iconic status though I I loved Jimmy. Yeah and I think that's really good choice. I also I think back of your point that all along the watch tire right is is that's a Hendrix Song. Even though Dylan wrote it so very nice His groups he said REM second for. Im Pink Floyd U2 and the doors so a couple of year honorable mentions I gave a lot of thought to Youtube. Youtube is a pretty influential band and And there's a Lotta love between you. Two and the e street band so bruce and Bongo so that those are all good choices and probably when we look at from eighties on You know maybe Kroll Jam probably with that group Probably the you know already on Youtube Program Nirvana not enough body of work But those those would be probably the the the the biggest in terms of popularity And Body of work Those three bands would probably be from from the eighty five. You know what would be an interesting discussion and we may put this on. The future is pick a rushmore for the decades in. Like what would be your top four bands of the sixties. What would be the for the seventies the eighties with ninety s? You know that because then you could have that a little more diversity in the influence. Still a lot of choices the discussion You've got another one for me. We got him. Arnold thank you tim for Chiming in Kim is GonNa get some negative points here for cheating in multiple spots him your call to the principal so fit him. What would chuck Berry Springsteen and Prince Elton John May have been me hitting that when I cut and paste. He may have been his four. Were maybe Chuck Berry Springsteen Princeton Elton. John that's what I'm Gonna. Guess that my edit mistake but are you are you. Are you tim father trying to get him out of the country yes exactly I am? I do agree when his he does do a little cheating on his group. Please continue okay. Yeah out out of the doghouse yet. He Got Beatles stones up one. Okay so there's Similar to me. Would you not order? And then Tim You gotta gotTa select one of these. So you're gonNA have to Tweet US Who Who landed on Queen Pink Floyd or the WHO and then? He did like a four or five honorable mention. So we'll we'll so Continue Tim you have to commit. Some one of Queen is something that didn't come up but I think that is an amazing choice due to advocate. Hausky said that he did Chuck Berry Elvis Presley Jimi Hendrix. And Bob Dylan. I'm seeing a lot of Elvis and Chuck Berry and and Billon groups. He did Beatles stones the clash and talking heads very interesting choices on the class. Certainly Iconic David Byrne and the talking heads are massive influence Not as much you would think top forty hits but I certainly think that acute jr influence really really interesting choices. There's been very interesting choices And like to talk to Ed. You know I I could he. You know I guess you know with with the class. Kind of representing kind of the punk rock sound And alum bruises cover of London calling on the High Park. Open this out. It's phenomenal so It seems like he he went up. Maybe a little bit Death and favorite kind of mixed in a little bit but You I to the classroom talking has fantastic. Yes Oh do you And we're sharing documents so I know at one point Dr Scott lost the documents. So that's why we're going. He got another one for me. And then I'm going to read the rest. Yeah do you have beneath I have Tammy? Call Your Tammy is currently I give a shout out to. She is my my personal Job a guru. She has been working to in my job. Search she's just a great lady She says my personal not for historic reasons which I love putting that outgoing dope. Here's my personal She said Bruce gave a caveat. I love her Bruce Pink Lady Gaga and Prince really diverse. I love that it's You know two male to female. That's very well done You have a very diverse love. Go ahead and give us the nieces Let's see We got Bruce okay she wrote my personal so I'm assuming this is favourite Versus Bruce St Nick. Uh My wife will be Eric Clapton Solo And Elton John Since then for and then for groups Denise I love Love Love the spent I love Pity cream which. I'm a big big cream SAM so Love about selection Fleetwood MAC double dipped on Bruce And then Queen again not through another cream. Yeah I love the Eric Clapton Choice. I think that's another one. That is good I also the cream. That's really good Let's see I've got a now then. We're mixing out where I put a suit said so we're just gonNA flow with it. I Have Joe Delarue CEO. And he said Bruce Dylan Billy Joel and Elton John. I know you have y'all results out out. Yeah and then he said the Beatles who's Zeppelin cream so a second choice for cream that's great Do you have Steve Marshall? Yes I do what I think I only have sole award. That's all he had. Okay Bruce I love love this choice. I love Bob Seger I say Seger is just. What one most underrated Rockstars of all time So that that brings a small. Let's say Dylan Elton John. So John Get getting some love yes he is and he didn't do band so eager Dylan yet. Karen Rosiak smack K S C K She said Bruce Freddie. I assume pretty prints Not Freddy Fender Jim Morrison and Janice Joplin Janice Joplin. A nice little vote A very early influence or on rock and roll and someone whose career was shut was very very You know cut too soon so I love those choices. That's good part of the twenty seven club with Morrison to. Isn't it. Amazing what she perhaps murkier now. Yeah it's gotta be Freddie Mercury. I think so. Yeah I you know. That's you know the iconic you know. That film was just wonderful. And you yet how at least I did. How many Great Songs Queen Ray Greatly? Great Yeah and and and again when I discussed earlier just like talk about Obama has their own sound. It's like opera Broadway rock it's Yeah How would you pronounce it? Hollis maybe Ha L. Ese. Hollow Belly We got the beach. Boy Love we got Zeppelin and the doors That's huge doors fan to me. They you know again there were honorable mentions and to me like almost like Hendrix is Just didn't have the longevity. Unfortunately with you know tragic casting but And then individual order Bruce Elvis. Jim Morrison to George Fan and collector. And Beth Park Wolf said Bruce Dylan Billy Joel and Ray Charles Ray Charleston love. We had talked about him earlier. And I I love that. Pick under a risks She said Fleetwood Back Beach. Boys Ramones. And beastie boys rothe great as far as Trail Blazers of different style of music. The you know the ramones that that raw energy. And then the Beastie boys one of the earliest of you know You know of rap and in So I I think both really interesting choices. I like those persons to My one of my best friends Dave is a massive. Dc Board Fan And he will. He will love that. That selection and I like how she kind of Billy Joel and Rachel of the Billy. Joel's hero an idol. Yes Rachel so very cool Paul Rodriguez Picked Bruce Springsteen Tom Petty Elvis and David Bowie All phenomenal so much and and groups. Stones Zeppelin double dipping with East Ban. And the WHO isn't it funny. How much rock and roll icons come from Great Britain you know how many bands come from that you know. That's just really unbelievable. Yeah it's unbelievable it's unbelievable and and and and very interesting the amount of double dipping of Bruce and then Bruce Eastern band now and and and and and I like the criteria didn't save I could it might like I didn't criteria right. Yeah and also these are. I'm posting on a settling. And you know the settlers Bruce Facebook page and on Bruce Springsteen fan pages. So it's the you certainly would think there would be that bias storm. Aren't we got two left Maggie? V Said Beatles Eastern band. Elton Bruce so she kind of did two of each so. Thank you Maggie for that and our last one. Go ahead We got tiny Lechner. Potisk Bruce Elvis Ellen. John Chuck Berry died while Jesse. Isn't this your list? Beatles stones temptation I think it is. That is exactly my list So Patty Patty Patty poor porous or to Have a conversation while you do so as I talked about earlier. Dr Scott. I'm GONNA take all our numbers. I'M GONNA throw it in a spreadsheet and do a pivot table and come up with the top vote getters. Just be curious because And then we'll put who would make each a lot of overlap and So but I love the one offs like the Ramones. And the beastie boys and the doors. I think that's awesome that we've done that This has been a blast. I knew I would have done. I did not think I would have this much fun. It was fantastic. I it's a good a good icebreaking or good game to play at a party absolutely. Yeah I like that a lot. That's a good idea Any final thoughts before I let you go I WanNa thank you for having this my fourth Episode and I WanNa thank you for The invite and For AGAIN. You know Bringing bringing fans and and and music and communities together here just and You know Just really really honored. Every time I get to talk to you and you're just a an incredible guy and this is tremendous amount of fun and I hope we hope we speak to. Yeah absolutely I agree You know please. If you want to join me on the podcast send me an email set listening. Brusett. Gm DOT COM. You can find me on twitter at Jesse Jackson. Dr Scott Your twitter handle on at you N. Nancy G. Twenty six and my website is San Diego family therapist dot com and changed that now. They're turned Florida. I'M GONNA I'M GONNA be a licensed in two states surgery very exciting. Yeah Yeah and Any just before we part 'cause I kinda you know may or may not do a Google. Search twice a day You heard any thing about the the upcoming e-street album than any kind of rumors or speculation of when it when it may drop. I have nine. I know that everyone is well win. Win Win. So no I know we got to see. I think it'll be fun. And they're playing it very close to the vest but Yeah I think this is I think. Twenty twenty could be a very special year for the e street band and for his fans though last year was a pretty fun year. Considering there was no tour. Yeah Dennis so much. Solo material came out. Just really really. Nice Dr Scott. Thank you so much listeners. Thank you We will definitely have you back on prefer. Now thank you and we'll talk to you soon. You just heard the fun talk hard rock Music Marvin album raking fan thanking joy spreading Lira. Greetings story sharing. That is the one. The settlers settling groups as part of the southgate media. Podcast group the theme for Settling. Bruce was written by David. Roseanne used by permission.