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"earl palmer" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

05:11 min | 2 months ago

"earl palmer" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Take a breath it's going to be okay this is pastor Jeff noble for which church in north in mark chapter for Jesus and his disciples were in a boat in the sea of Galilee were terrible storm comes up the disciples were terrified to the go to Jesus and see teacher don't you care if we drown Jesus gets up to the says to the wind and the waves quiet be still the wind died down completely calm they said to his disciples why are you so afraid do you still have no face if there's anything I've learned from this passage it's that when Jesus is in the boat the boat will sink in the storm won't last this holds true for you and me today you see none of the snuck up on Jesus so we know we're not going to say the storm's not going to last because he is still in control maybe what god is trying to tell us is to stop and focus on things that really matter like faith family and freedom listen one day things are getting back to normal and I pray that we'll be able to thank you both for the storm and for the call if you like information about four which church go to our website for wins love dot org that's four wins low dot org tune in each Sunday morning seven eight AM right here on wham radio sixteen hundred M. and ninety two point seven FM for garden talk radio it's the Wisconsin vegetable garden radio show topic focused guests from across the country and answer your gardening questions I think your questions in any time to garden talk radio at G. mail dot com or call us at one eight hundred nine two seven show that each Sunday morning seven eight AM right here on the way am radio sixteen hundred AM a ninety two point seven FM call me now seven three four eight two two sixteen hundred and Jeff that hang on and you hear me red and blue soulful stuff right there that's literature you never heard before you know I listen always gets put in the background there all the guys around there the hits for the most part ninety nine point nine percent they all transplanted from New Orleans and Los Angeles and one of the main reasons they were follow on the drummer Earl Palmer Palmer had to get out of New Orleans because he was married to a white woman training set up by getting it out there so he moved to LA one of the best drummers instrument kind it indisputably any drummer that knows anything about troubled toy Earl Palmer yep plus he went on to become the head of the Los Angeles musicians union and just a a lustrous crazy cool career plan with anybody and everybody can think of music soundtracks all the but his just a stone cold naked New Orleans beat that was it and so what he was feeling all that stuff that was so long and Rollins cats came out and played with them you hear the difference in that but love these guys we just heard right here.

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"earl palmer" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

05:45 min | 2 months ago

"earl palmer" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"Roll. Classic Long Toll Sally by Little Richard his first number one on the RB charts in nineteen fifty six little Richard Richard Perriman. One of rock and roll's originators and true originals has died at the age of eighty seven from cancer. Very sad news. Indeed Jim when people talk about the inventors of rock and roll. I think little Richard Belong to the very top of the list. There was no one that sounded like him when he started recording with specialty records in the mid fifties and voice that run from nineteen fifty five to about fifty seven was incredible. Eighteen charting hits in that span of little over two years and what was it about the sound? His very first song was called. Tutti fruity and the guys in on the recording session in New Orleans wrong on. This doesn't sound like anything else we've ever heard before. Like what is this? They didn't even think of it was music. I mean somebody like you. Piano Smith would watch little Richard. Play Piano Go. This guy doesn't know what he's doing. Yeah but he's just pounding those keys and screaming and and little. Richard used to tell stories about the fact that he would get kicked out at church because he wasn't singing. He was screaming in Church. He was feeling the spirit and it was moving in bed. Reverie any brought that in to the rockaways. Churches is definitely a part of the story. I mean little. Richard is fourteen years old and Gospel. Legend a church music legend sister. Rosetta tharp hears him singing and really he begins to perform from that moment on. He does end Jim. The other thing about Richard. That was so important to future. Generations of rock and roll was his starring role in. The girl can't help it. He was appearing as Little Richard in that movie and people saw this guy with the Mascara in the hair piled up. And they're going. What is this? It's like this person landed from another planet sexually ambiguous. He was saying the least would call himself. Omni Sexual Bisexual Gay. Throughout his career he was very open about his appearance was flamboyant to say the least. You a serious innovator on many many levels musically not the least when you talk about a track. Tutti fruity written from a place of real anger. Here's a guy who was openly. Omni sexual as he said a black man growing up in the segregated south washing dishes dishes that he couldn't even eat off right same restaurant that he was working at and he said I started thinking about. This song. Tutti fruity as I was washing the dishes. All these nonsense words started coming up in his mind. I WanNa talk to my boss. I'm angry at him but I can't say it in the language that I want to use so I'm going to speak in Code Tutti fruity a coded song. When he would perform it live. It would change every night audiences loved it. It was as Nasty. Asong as you could possibly hear the version on record pretty cleaned up. That's a clean version of duty-free is at Craig. I think that there's this still in the window. Einstein a WOP UPOLU Papua bamboo right. Yeah you know. What is he really saying about? We understand it on a visceral gut level on paper and even if we parse the words they mean absolutely nothing but they cannot be separated from the energy and power of the way you know. The band pushes the music forward and that voice that voice. That inspired you know I. The Young Paul McCartney John Lennon an ocean away and then every musician who followed Paul McCartney called him his greatest influence John Lennon covered for little Richard Songs on his rock and roll cover album. Sam Cooke covered his songs Jerry Lee Lewis the Everley brothers springsteen John Fogerty Elvis Presley Pressley knew who the real king of rock and roll was. He covered four little Richard Songs alone in that fifty six. So you have a guy here who was basically inventing the vocabulary of rock and roll with Earl Palmer on drums during this Peak period and you know we. Let's start at the beginning. The song that put little Richard on the map the sun really put rock and roll on the map in a Lotta ways For a new generation of listeners Tutti fruity from Little Richard. Unsound opinions while battling mom bound bound. Do Bob to know what to do what to do. I'm only ooh BOB. Luma bump foul love me. I don't know what to do to me. Good none other than little Richard with Keady Foodie from nineteen fifty five one of the greatest songs in rock history in honor of.

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"earl palmer" Discussed on All Songs Considered

All Songs Considered

05:04 min | 3 months ago

"earl palmer" Discussed on All Songs Considered

"Haven't heard these songs in in an awfully long time and sixty five years old songs are and it's still holds up for me. I be curious to talk to somebody who's eighteen seventeen years old field undeniable and it's two minutes long. Tau Sally is two. Oh seven or something like that part of it is the musicians to I mean. He's playing with these incredible musicians out of New Orleans. Earl Palmer on drums. Who's one of the most important drummers in the history of rock and roll here that great low sack sound Lee Allen? There's just great playing and it's designed to get people excited. You can't not dance to it. It seems to me and you know that's not the music of my period. I'm you know. I'm not a kind of first generation rock and roller it's just designed to excite people and you hear in that song you here and really into fruity everything that little. Richard is you get those high is something he pulls out of Gospel Music. You've got the incredible driving piano kind of nonsensical lyrics but the sex is a little more explicit here with uncle. John Long Tall. Sally get to it in the until you know. Mary comes along but it's just how to get people to kind of respond. It's still feels like a record to me. That just kinda grabs me by the collar. A secret about that. Two minute thing that we're saying I think this whole playlist of ten songs is probably under thirty minutes. And then when in the late seventies when punk came along and songs were two minutes long? I forgot that that generation before me was listening to music that was basically in the two minute range and you can pack an awful lot to two minutes and he did. I was thinking about punk today and thinking about the legacy of Little Richard in music and I would put punk in that line. You know. It's funny like sometimes people to tell the story about the beginning of rock and roll like be meets country music and out you get rock and roll and that that's really only true. Sort of out of Memphis where Elvis Presley comes in Carl Perkins his all these things happening in the mid fifties get called rock and roll. They're quite different. Like New Orleans doesn't quite sound like what's happening in Chicago. New York with do up. Groups is a different thing but it's all focused on kind of energy in youth and at this time period he is. He's grown up in the south. Let's let's walk backward a little bit. Is this a story? You would know this story if it were to that sister. Rosetta tharp heard him sing in the late forties around nine hundred forty seven. He was a teenager thirteen fourteen years old and she invited him to open for her one of shows in I think it's called to make city auditorium. His father was a preacher. He's one of many children twelve. I think his body was he had a leg. One leg a little bit shorter than another which caused a as kids do a lot of people giving him a hard time he he was a feminine. I mean he'd wear makeup and stuff around the house. His father threw him out of the house around the age. Fifteen talk about his early life a little bit loved music and learned music through the Church and took a lot of the rhythms out of the church. Certainly a lot of the singing. You know that we think of as rock and roll singing as gospel singing you know. Those high sounds often are attributed to the great singer. Marian Williams that little Richard cited so many times He's talked about guides brother. Joe May who was also a really big influence on him and how he put himself out in the world but by the time he left home he was also singing in minstrel shows and Vaudeville kind of things and Gospel. Just like seeing Caledonia in medicine. Show or something. Yeah he could be singing in b but he could also be around you know in Strip clubs and just this world of kind of daily entertainment right but he loved aren be and really wanted to have it recording career and he starts to record in the early fifties and you know he's a great piano player. He's a good singer but there's just nothing distinctive about talking about stuff. Pre Tutti Fruity Tree. Tutti fruity in the early fifties. They're they're fun are and B. Records but fifty stuff. It's okay not bad but it's not somebody who's going to break out of the pack you know let's play Something what he wanNA play. Let's play get rich. Quick from one thousand nine hundred eighty two one of his earliest records.

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"earl palmer" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:00 min | 3 months ago

"earl palmer" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The Little Richard told Rolling Stone in nineteen seventy another cat put Slippin slide now before I did any bow and it was a hit by him in New Orleans they put mine out the following we can kill them because he didn't have the rhythm you see he didn't have the thing that I have comparing this rock and roll fire ball to Bose cool New Orleans R. and B. shuffle titled I'm wise let us identify his particular thing Jerry Lee Lewis Chuck Berry sidemen Johnnie Johnson have been more melodically ingenious but literatures of percussive piece smashing is we has all a little Richard song requires taking on the lifting it to rhythmic lifting so the master drummer Earl Palmer can get fancy underneath all right now they're essential ready teddy nineteen fifty six we got we got I think I'm that's right celebrate ready set go man go with that opening lyric is starter pistol in Richard's voice is the blast signaling that the race is on sending singer and musician sprinted past one another toward the end of the course each versus essentially not compulsion out punctuated by bursts of percussion that bill to the sexual excitement of the chorus making Richard's claim that he's just headed to a sock up some like the kind of life that you're gonna tell your parents to get out of the house Reddy teddy all right let's take a.

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"earl palmer" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

03:03 min | 8 months ago

"earl palmer" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Got to be literature right there and it they they drag him on to Los Angeles you start up doing the stuff in Orleans doing the search recording but that's got to be enrolled is good it's Lee Allen the sacks of that's got to be only on the sex that's got to be Earl Palmer on the drums I'm good I have chills our biggest bowling balls right now I I it never ceases to amaze that song you musicians on talking about that so that's kind of been Roland screw that that the rhythm line on that song the with the one thing they're they're fixed on their fixed on the groove on the ruling group guitar players playing the same rhythm as the harness plans that as the base as I get that there's your wall sound right what little Richard man that's the real king of rock and roll Elvis Presley somebody came back on one of the posts I stock up on Facebook and said something about was due to but to get the hell out of here else was great we run all this is great fantastic fabulous singer but that's the king of rock roll right there and that entire the whole thing the the whole exact thing right there that's the king of rock and roll Chuck Berry to fats domino and Bo Diddley those four are the the the quad kings of all right there wrote the book American exceptionalism Salterton about music Friday and thank god for rock and roll it you know it's it's when you think how this world would be hi I was I would have to go back to this because most people won't they're terrified to their freight to look at what Islam's really all about of drug hole is one thing you've done a million times but you you never can forget that if Islam have prevailed that would never happen right there ever there'd be no girl music other would be in Aquinnah there be no none of that I mean that right there that's it you get if you thought about doing so much that you be whipped or stoned or stone and wept or whatever unbelievable so what thank god for western civilization we must hang on to it at all costs I you know one of the things that just stop I helped in that pursuit is that a guy with a whack job here over there in England which is named era Boris Boris I just got to elected this can be interesting now commerce is the prime minister Corbin the spread of communist affect I'm looking at a headline writer vertamae share this with you Corbin's UK defeat was bad news for Sanders warned America's left the next victory we need off she's gonna run I hope she does is Marie le pen we've got to get real pennant Paris and a really good dollar trouble looked at again for certain United States of America it will happen people like to tentatively say well you never I know there's no way he's not going to get reelected he's not going to be impeached and can I happen to not going to happen although they'll have to go through some type of for the show trial attorney can happen you're on the edge so I'll turn about music Friday.

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"earl palmer" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"earl palmer" Discussed on WGN Radio

"That's a great story like that between the song, just what was going on for the band research. Is it true that Keith moon gave them the idea for the name of the band? That's is, is that disputed. Yeah. Well, I mean, the story is that both moon and interests will were involved, but who actually came up with the idea, and who actually said it, that's in dispute, because they said, well, the I've heard this rumor for years that they were at a party or something. Well, page was excited about this new band, describing it to these members of the who and their reaction was from one of them. That'll go over like a lead balloon, like Led Zeppelin, and then that's where the name came from, or at least that's what the spelling spelling was lead like the element lead. But played said to himself, those are Americans, they'd think it's leads upland. I mean, we are the people that call it Dyer maker. True. Very, very true. Most challenging songs for you to learn for the for the gay. Oh for this one, black mountainside, which is, you know, based off that Burt Janet's black waterside that, that's in a, it's in a weird tuning or not the weirdest, but it's in dad gag, and it has a couple of little things that again, it's like he makes it sound really easy. It's not at all. There's also like there's some breaks in like how many more times where it's like you know, traditionally things will break on the one and the whole band is breaking on the floor. Yeah. I love it has done that throughout their career. I mean if you look at if you look at rock and roll rock and roll, that's the weirdest. I mean, you know, the weirdest breaks I've ever heard this song. By the way, we're that came from, and I don't know if it's a tape thing, whatever. But if you dig that intro, you really should go back to Little Richard Jefferson knocking. No, that's yes. We're Bonham got it. So the end of three I think that's Earl Palmer playing or I can't remember but yeah, I mean you're right. That's, that's one of those songs that everybody tried to learn. Correct. What is it? It is very, very, very, very hard on it tricky sauce. I listen to a day in the life sometime. Well, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You know, we, we were talking, my favorites Adlon album is Aplin to my favorite song, on that album is what isn't what should never be which one of my all time favorites. Song of all time, though, was on graffiti. Ten years gone. That's my favorite song of all time. But man what, what isn't what should never be right up there? I adore that song. I tell you the story where that one, I'm gonna cut you off Scot. Go ahead and talk. It's eighteen credibly fun to play. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I don't have much more to add to that, but I agree with you. I feel like I love the first record, but I feel like sort of like what you're saying is that the second record everything. Just started to come into play, especially with the songwriting it wasn't, you know, less of the knockoffs lose. Never be. There's some kind of different changes in stuff in there. That's really neat. That's where Robert plant. I started writing songs to on that album or that he'd written lyrics. Do thank you being one of them. Now. What is never be a song? Well, that time rubber plan the woman he really had the hots for one to marry, and she said, no, and he kept pursuing her, and she kept saying, no, so he married another woman so down with her and, and as time went on he kept thinking about first woman, and how he's still had the hots for. I wanted to get together with you. Let's do it. And, and so he did considered it. It was his wife's younger sister. Right. What is and what should never be? Exactly. But it's and it's such a, it's such a such a fantastic song and man zeppelin, too. Is good. Great record was the first one. The first one is obviously fantastic recorded in, like notoriously like in eight hours or something like thirty thousand or twelve thousand dollars in today's money credible thirty-six hours. I think it was the time insane insane. All right. Listen. Hey, scott..

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"earl palmer" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"earl palmer" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Their new Christmas album is called socks. This is fourth album of what sometimes called retro rock. Look, I is a songwriter singer. And guitarist he grew up on a cattle ranch in Oklahoma. So when did you start getting interested in rockabilly? So, you know, some of those some of those punk bands that I was into would do with once in a while like, okay, for instance, the clash on lending calling. They did a song called brand new Cadillac, which was a cover of Iraq. Billy tune. There was a couple of bands. That did covers of Eddie. Cochran something else. It was like pretty apparent that earliest expression of rock and roll was a big influence on the seventies punk rockers. Because they were like, we're tired of fifteen minute synthesizer, solos and stuff. Let's just get it back to kind of St. street music. And so it appealed to me in that way. But at the same time there was really great musicianship on those early rock and roll records because you had drummers like Earl Palmer. Guitar players like Hank Carlin, Grady. I mean all these incredible musicians sometimes playing with seventeen year olds who couldn't play their instruments on the same record. And all of that really appealed to me, it was like gnashing all of these worlds together and making something really exciting. So I guess that's why Jimmy you're interested in that too. This is Jimmy Sutton the bass player because like you even have your own record label and studio on the label's called high style is towel records. And it's all it's all written. In fact, I like the description on your website of the labels high style. Focuses on American roots music that feeds the soul. So Jimmy one of the things we do is play slap bass, I want I want you to demonstrate how that sounds for us. Absolutely. You're I'll give you two of my favorites is gonna combination between have a Willie Dixon and Bill black..

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"earl palmer" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"earl palmer" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Their new Christmas album is called socks. This is his fourth album of what sometimes called retro rock McPherson is a songwriter singer. And guitarist he grew up on a cattle ranch in Oklahoma. So when did you start getting interested in rockabilly? So, you know, some of those some of those punk bands that I was into do with would once in a while like, okay, for instance, the clash on one and calling. They did a song called brand new Cadillac, which was a cover of rock Billy tune. There was a couple of bands. That did covers of Eddie. Cochran something else. It was like pretty apparent that earliest expression of rock and roll was a big influence on the seventies punk rockers. Because they were like, we're tired of fifteen minute synthesizer, solos and stuff. Let's just get it back to kind of St. street music. And so it appealed to me in that way. But at the same time there was really great musicianship on those early rock and roll records because you had drummer Earl Palmer. Guitar players like Hank Carlin, Grady. I mean, all these incredible musician sometimes playing with seventeen year old who couldn't play their instruments on the same record. And I just all of that really appealed to me, it was like gnashing all of these worlds together and making something really exciting. So I guess that's why Jimmy you're interested in that too. This is Jimmy Sutton bass player because like you even have your own record label and studio on the label's called high style. Hi style records, and it's all it's all roots music. In fact, I like the description on your website of the label high style focuses on American roots music that feeds the soul. So Jimmy one of the things you do is play slap bass, I want I want you to demonstrate how that towns for us. Absolutely here. I'll give you two my favorites. This is going to be a combination between. Have a Willie Dixon and Bill black..

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"earl palmer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"earl palmer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is his fourth album of what sometimes called retro rock McPherson is a songwriter singer. And guitarist he grew up on a cattle ranch in Oklahoma. So when did you start getting interested in rockabilly? So, you know, some of those some of those punk bands that I was into would do would once in a while like, okay, for instance, the clash on one in calling. They did a song called brand new Cadillac, which was a cover of Iraq. Billy tune. There was a couple of bands. That did covers of Eddie. Cochran something else. It was pretty apparent that earliest expression of rock and roll was a big influence on the seventies punk rockers. Because they were like, we're tired of fifteen minute synthesizer, solos and stuff. Let's just get it back to kind of St. street music. And so it appealed to me in that way. But at the same time there was really great musicianship on those early rock and roll records because you had drummer Earl Palmer. Guitar players like, Hank garland, Grady. I mean, all these incredible musician sometimes playing with seventeen year old who couldn't play their instruments on the same record. And just all of that really appealed to me, it was like gnashing all of these worlds together and making something really exciting. So I guess that's why Jimmy you're interested in that too. This Jimmy Sutton the bass player because like you even have your own record label and studio on the label's called high style is towel records. And it's all it's all roots music. In fact, I like the description on your website of the labels high style. Focuses on American roots music that feeds the soul. So Jimmy one of the things we do is play slap bass, I want I want you to demonstrate how that towns for us. Absolutely here. I'll give you a two of my favorites is going to be a combination between have a Willie Dixon and Bill black..

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"earl palmer" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"earl palmer" Discussed on KQED Radio

"McPherson and his band. Their new Christmas album is called socks. This is his fourth album of what sometimes called retro rock McPherson is a songwriter singer. And guitarist he grew up on a cattle ranch in Oklahoma. So when did you start getting interested in rockabilly? So, you know, some of those some of those punk bands that I was into would do we would once in a while like, okay, for instance, the clash on one in calling. They did a song called brand new Cadillac, which was a cover of Iraq. Billy tune. There was a couple of bands. That did covers of Eddie. Cochran something else. It was like pretty apparent that earliest expression of rock and roll was a big influence on the seventies punk rockers. Because they were like, we're tired of fifteen minute. You know, synthesizer solos and stuff. Let's just get it back to kind of St. street music. And so it appealed to me in that way. But at the same time there was really great musicianship on those early rock and roll records because you had drummer Earl Palmer. Guitar players like Hank Carlin, Grady. I mean, all these incredible musician sometimes playing with seventeen year olds who couldn't play their instruments on the same record. And all of that really appealed to me, it was like gnashing all of these worlds together and making something really exciting. So I guess that's why Jimmy you're interested in that too. And this is Jimmy Sutton bass player because like you even have your own record label and studio on the label's called high style is towel record. It's all it's all roots music. In fact, I liked the description on your website of the labels high style. Focuses on American roots music that feeds the soul. So Jimmy one of the things we do is play slap bass, I want I want you to demonstrate how that tells us absolutely here. I'll give you two of my favorites. This is gonna be a combination between have a Willie Dixon and Bill black..

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"earl palmer" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"earl palmer" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Their new Christmas album is called socks. This is his fourth album of what sometimes called retro rock McPherson is a songwriter singer. And guitarist he grew up on a cattle ranch in Oklahoma. So when did you start getting interested in rockabilly? So, you know, some of those some of those punk bands that I was into would do with once in a while like, okay, for instance, the clash on one in calling. They did a song called brand new Cadillac, which was a cover of Iraq. Billy tune. There was a couple of bands. That did covers of Eddie. Cochran something else. It was like pretty apparent that earliest expression of rock and roll was a big influence on the seventies punk rockers. Because they were like, we're tired of fifteen minute. You know, synthesizer solos and stuff. Let's just get it back to kind of St. street music. And so it appeal to me in that way. But at the same time there was really great musicianship on those early rock and roll records drummer Earl Palmer. Guitar players like, Hank garland, Grady. I mean, all these incredible musician sometimes playing with seventeen year olds who couldn't play their instruments on the same record. And just all of that really appealed to me, it was like gnashing all of these worlds together and making something really exciting. So I guess that's why Jimmy you're interested in that too. And this is Jimmy Sutton bass player because like you even have your own record label and studio on the label's called high style is towel records. And it's all it's all written. In fact, I liked the description on your website of the labels high style. Focuses on American roots music that feeds the soul. So Jimmy one of the things we do is play slap bass, I want I want you to demonstrate how that sounds for us. Absolutely here. I'll give you to my favorites is going to be a combination between have a Willie Dixon and Bill black..

Jimmy Sutton Cochran Oklahoma Earl Palmer Willie Dixon Billy tune Hank garland Cadillac Iraq Eddie Bill black Grady fifteen minute seventeen year
"earl palmer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"earl palmer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Ninety three point nine FM and AM eight twenty NPR news and the New York conversation. This is fresh air. I'm Terry gross. Let's get back to our concert of roots and rockabilly new original Christmas songs with JD McPherson and his band. Their new Christmas album is called socks. This is his fourth album of what sometimes called retro rock McPherson is a songwriter singer. And guitarist he grew up on a cattle ranch in Oklahoma. So when did you start getting interested in rockabilly? So some of those some of those punk bands that I was into would do would once in a while like, okay, for instance, the clash on one in calling. They did a song called brand new Cadillac, which was a cover of Iraq. Billy tune. There was a couple of bands. That did covers of Eddie. Cochran something else. It was like pretty apparent that earliest expression of rock and roll was a big influence on the seventies punk rockers. Because they were like, we're tired of fifteen minute synthesizer, solos and stuff. Let's just get it back to kind of St. street music. And so it appealed to me in that way. But at the same time there was really great musicianship on those early rock and roll records because you had drummer Earl Palmer. Guitar players like, Hank garland, Grady. I mean, all these incredible musician sometimes playing with seventeen year olds who couldn't play their instruments on the same record. And I just all of that really appealed to me, it was like gnashing all of these worlds together and making something really exciting. So I guess that's why Jimmy you're interested in that too. This is Jimmy Sutton the bass player because like you even have your own record label and studio on the label's called high style Tower Records, and it's all it's all routine is in fact, I liked the description on your website of the labels high style. Focuses on American roots music that feeds the soul. So Jimmy one of the things you do is play slap bass, I want I want you to demonstrate how that sounds for us. Absolutely here. I'll give you a two of my favorites is gonna combination between have a Willie Dixon and Bill black..

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"earl palmer" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"earl palmer" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"You know he was interviewed in nineteen fifty seven when rock and roll had become a thing and he says you know they're they're they're calling a rock and roll now but it's really rhythm and blues and i've been playing that for fifteen years the harassment right he was right you go back to those early records before he buddy new elvis presley was are chuck berry fats domino was cranking out hits in new orleans that we're basically precursors they laid the foundation for rock and roll when when you think about not only fats but his songwriting partner producer arranger david bartholomew that was a songwriting pair there have been rock historians who have said perhaps second or maybe even better than you know mccartney lennon's the best songwriting combo in rock and roll history was fats domino and david barth him you those guys had a string of major hit so you five forty it you've got to discuss graffiti there that is the size of what used to be called the telephone pages and pages of of top ten singles 35 top forty hits 23 million records sold beginning in 1949 i mean 5 million sellers before anybody new who elvis was up again they're rolling piano sound those impish vocals what a rhythm section earl palmer on drums lee allen on saxophone this was the template for the rock and roll rhythm section piano a little bit of guitars some saxophone basin drums and with those lead vocals over the top.

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"earl palmer" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"earl palmer" Discussed on WDRC

"The beatles the big d is back robbery the music professor so happy to have you with me on the saturday morning ed every weekend morning from six dan were this is the place to be for the best music from the 50s 60s early 70s make sure you tell your friends were this morning we are so looting the drummer from the wrecking crew the legendary how blaine born in holy oak spent most of his childhood right here in hartford is now eighty eight years yang he was john denver's drummer in the 1970s the wrecking crews started in the late '50s but their prime years were 1962 two two nineteen 75 there are bunch of la session musicians blaine named his 1990 memoir the wrecking through and that became who they were known as the origin is from unflattering comments older musicians made to them about playing rock and roll it's also a two thousand eight document three i highly recommend that if you have not seen at this group was also known as the click and the first call gang they were the house banned for phil spector and some of the musicians keyboard leon russell guitarist glen campbell drummer earl palmer basis carol k guitarist tommy tedesco guitarist barney castle guitarist l k c keyboard is eld the lorry and keyboard larry neck dole who ended up joining bread were all members now k says the wrecking crew was invented name by blame to sell books so little bitterness there no matter he played on so many grade songs including a pair i have up next the first one first recorded by sami ambrose the 19th 65 producers snuff garrett didn't want this group playing on their own records because he wanted hits so who does he called the wrecking crew was written by al cooper and he wanted the drifters to recorded then we're gonna hear a twomillion seller that earned this artist as third gold record the success of this song helped him appear on him episode of green acres is for midlands after graduating high school took a job at g e soldering wires when he had a big hit 1963 abc paramount asked him the tour but he didn't want to give up his job until they advanced him five grand he toured with chris his mobs has and they're opening act the beatles you can find him in the.

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"earl palmer" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"earl palmer" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"The imperfect us with our imperfect loved to displays glory earl palmer former pastor ones countered critics who rail again the church for being hypocritical and scandalous irrelevant said one californians milk milk potisk highschool orchestra attempts beethoven's ninth symphony the result is a paul and he said i wouldn't be surprised at the performance made old ludwig roll over in his grave despite his deftness you might ask so why bother why inflict on those poor kids a terrible burden of trying to render what the immortal beethoven had in mind not even the great chicago symphony orchestra can attain that perfection palmer writes my answer is this the milk with us highschool orchestra will give some people in that audience and this will be their only encounter with beethoven's great ninth symphony far from perfection it is nevertheless the only way they will hear beethoven's great message and what he's saying there is palmer's pointing out that the only way of starving thirsty deluded and suffering world will ever hear the music of the gospel his through the family of christ arguably the worst highschool orchestra ever to appear on the ban stan but it's gods orchestra it's god's rag rag tag big band and he's chosen to use us as his family to a tract others in church this is us we're family move one another oh man okay okay okay is there the days.

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"earl palmer" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"earl palmer" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Pick that is how buoyed the drummer that's a arrest of it is just a kind of a homogenous sound on a i bet somebody could step up i don't know who it would be but whoever the the uh the strings are on that that the one right up on top you go i i was the one player that there's no definitive discard graphia which you're tait's me i want to see who was on every one of those tunes and it just doesn't existing ffa i'm just learning about this wreck in crude the best in players you don't was part of that was uh uh early palmer earl palmer uh was one of the originals he was a drummer out of uh new orleans and he was on a gazillion songs i'm you'd from fats domino little richard jewell all the shirley and lee stuff and he at the time black man married a white woman in new orleans he went to la because it was less tension because of that and he became a superstar three also went on to become head of the los angeles musician june at one point but just a phenomenal drummer he and help blame those are the two go to guys are you saying if you would just call you later that glenn us apart was part of the wreck and grow absolutely but i didn't know that you got going gun campbell this glenn campbell's parlor working group before anybody even knew who glenn campbell was i mean he had no notoriety in fact i'm going to play a song here to bet it's a francs snatched two he's a he's in the mix on this and he was so blown away that he was plenty of francs now after he couldn't quit staring at frank and again he was a nobody i mean just a guy that the that could play the studio musicians by the way they do it right the first time you never make a mistake and if they do there's two other guys twelve of the guys waiting to take their place so that's a good they are and that's where that's what glen was good at so he's on the frank sinatra session and this is no uae when they use the straight up language ranked at frank looked over and said who's at facts turn at me.

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"earl palmer" Discussed on Sports Radio 105.7 The Fan

Sports Radio 105.7 The Fan

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"earl palmer" Discussed on Sports Radio 105.7 The Fan

"I did but let's say no but did you say no by saying nothing huge woods swing someone who does what no the answer by saying exactly by saying nothing he said yes that's horrible towards a bad job so up job too bad it's less voice bore he i mean i know i i get to you the jet i mean they suck at night i thawing people listed nipping the jet stream has nothing to do with this i love of for reasons i just can't have an opinion had three concussion he argued concoct mattiello give mochanov seattle game and he played like kraft a twogame to after that still won by lost that game and see how he got smoked and i think of that quarter bacne mess i think back to where he got can cost is that what you're on say that lit up by earl palmer and i didn't remember my name or what have you know you can't say that but when you don't answer it then we know the answer is showing on that but if he says the other thing he said oh shoot my wife was on with charlie whatever his name was on cuba morning hill um and you know he's not a lot i don't know if you're not eurasia up there needs a simple my wife was concerned about me i was banged up she thought i had a concussion trust me guys i didn't now you're not wife under the boss and your answer your question tom are you a cheater i don't think so many answers there was an answer that the pope paul kamana we still on that oh my god knows that oh my god picture screen admit that holy tells get you know it i know what the american people know it thank you greg have i liked that a patriots fan being honest you'll hear that day that's the first mark that tape let's go to rob in tucson rob you're on cbs sports radio hey what's up two things for one on the giant fan i hate the patriots but i gotta say berti vogts act none of they don't or the nfl a straight after for anything after goodell l and all these other nonsense i get half after them halfmeasures out all day long a shock cadel sure you're the face of the nfl and with everything on concussions and see to ease easy gain nonresponse tools and cussin' question is a good way to go oh what a here what if you are the nfl.

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