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"ed hogan" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"ed hogan" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

"That's so sweet. Ooo. I like that song and you know, this was a b side and this song was number 9 on the R&B single start for 1966. Nineteen sixty-seven. This song was the closing track on Stevie Wonder's 1966 album, which was at the end of year December 1966 down to earth and this song was co-written was with Maurice broadnax and Clarence Paul and it is best known of the four songs on the album for which song We want to received a writing credit, you know gentleman by the name of Ed Hogan of all music said that the songs dominant looping Rhythm Echoes the office tocqueville clock which gives the downtempo track a Melancholy late night Vibes. It does cuz it's this is a jam when you when you put the blue lights on and off basement. You know, I'm saying y'all know what I'm talking about out there. Those are old enough to know about the blue lights but it gives emphasized the feeling that the singers giving his all in a one-page chance to get the direct attention of the object of his affection. And you know what they say that just moved by the name of James Peron said that would you notice about hey love. Hey love presents a hint of what was to come and Stevie Wonder's compositions and performs. Ben says in the 1970s and you know, this song was number 90 on the Hot 100 but on the R&B charts, it was number 9 and I can see why on the R&B charge that thing I still to this day. I discovered a hail of on Stevie Wonder had this Greatest Hits compilation wage and he had this Greatest Hits compilation called looking back. Right and you know, I was just going through it listening to from the beginning when you heard contract on love and you know, all the early songs and then I discovered hey love and I was like, wow I said, this is a sweet Jam, you know what I'm saying? And you know, this song was done by that buy back event. It was a b side in April of nineteen sixty nine on the Cameron label and art Kelly. Like I said and Public Announcement did their cover version of hail on there $19 off. Who album Born Into the 90s and it was number fifteen on the R&B chart? And this is a bowler. So we're going to give you something else. You know, Stevie was cooking with gas, you know by nineteen sixty-six. He was he started getting on a roll now. He did have a period where they weren't sure what direction Stevie off going to go in and then you can hear the difference between Stevie Wonder and 1962 to 1966 and Steve say you was getting on a roll from 1965 to tail end up until nineteen sixty-six. He was hitting him. He was hitting those charts hard coming up next on a bowl of Soul home. I was made to love her. And this is a bowl of soul. Hey, this is Chris Jasper of the Isley Brothers. And I suggest for a nicely and you're listening to a bowl of Soul. A mix two of soul music..

Stevie Wonder Chris Jasper Ed Hogan James Peron Isley Brothers Steve Clarence Paul Ben Maurice broadnax Cameron
"ed hogan" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"ed hogan" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

"That's so sweet. Ooo. I like that song and you know, this was a b side and this song was number 9 on the R&B single start for 1966. Nineteen sixty-seven. This song was the closing track on Stevie Wonder's 1966 album, which was at the end of the year December 1966 down to earth and this song was co-written was with Maurice broadnax and Clarence Paul and it is best known of the four songs on the album for which song We want to received a writing credit, you know gentleman by the name of Ed Hogan of all music said that the songs dominant looping Rhythm Echoes the office tocqueville clock which gives the downtempo track a Melancholy late night Vibes. It does cuz it's this is a jam when you when you put the blue lights on and off basement. You know, I'm saying y'all know what I'm talking about out there. Those are old enough to know about the blue lights but it gives emphasized the feeling that the singers giving his all in a one-page chance to get the direct attention of the object of his affection. And you know what they say that just moved by the name of James Peron said that would you notice about hey love. Hey love presents a hint of what was to come and Stevie Wonder's compositions and performs. Ben says in the 1970s and you know, this song was number 90 on the Hot 100 but on the R&B charts, it was number 9 and I can see why on the R&B charge that thing I still to this day. I discovered a hail of on Stevie Wonder had this Greatest Hits compilation wage and he had this Greatest Hits compilation called looking back. Right and you know, I was just going through it listening to from the beginning when you heard contract on love and you know, all the early songs and then I discovered hey love and I was like, wow I said, this is a sweet Jam, you know what I'm saying? And you know, this song was done by that buy back event. It was a b side in April of nineteen sixty nine on the Cameron label and art Kelly. Like I said and Public Announcement did their cover version of hail of on there $19 off. Who album Born Into the 90s and it was number fifteen on the R&B chart? And this is a bowler. So we're going to give you something else. You know, Stevie was cooking with gas, you know by nineteen sixty-six. He was he started getting on a roll now. He did have a period where they weren't sure what direction Stevie off going to go in and then you can hear the difference between Stevie Wonder and 1962 to 1966 and Steve say you was getting on a roll from 1965 to tail end up until nineteen sixty-six. He was hitting him. He was hitting those charts hard coming up next on a bowl of Soul home. I was made to love her. And this is a bowl of soul. Hey, this is Chris Jasper of the Isley Brothers. And I suggest for a nicely and you're listening to a bowl of Soul. A mix two of soul music..

Stevie Wonder Chris Jasper Ed Hogan James Peron Isley Brothers Steve Clarence Paul Ben Maurice broadnax Cameron
"ed hogan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"ed hogan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"I'm Jim bask back with more for super Sunday, which is today. Sunny Michelle's in the midst of a historic playoff run. The patriots are running like never before. And to Bill bell, Jack as a team the pats rush eighty two times for three hundred and thirty one yards eight touchdowns as postseason all the most by bell. Check lead patriots team entering the Super Bowl. They are aware. And they adapt along the way Dan Orlovsky on countdown to kickoff. They've gone. Wait. The skill players. We've got Ed HOGAN. Gronk is older. Those guys aren't the strength of our football team. They're technically the weakness of our as an offense. The strength of our team is our full-back gronk blocking and our offensive line. And that's the fascinating thing. And that they are so aware and in touch with who they are as a football team. They're willing to change who they are what they do or this to totally reliant on their strength. That's the fascinating thing about this team in comparison to years past the Rams just a second team to reach the Super Bowl after allowing a five yards per rushing. The regular season turned around though on the playoffs. Allowing just over two yards per carry Sean McVay their head coach about his team having to play clean football. Don't give anything to the patriots. It's the consistent theme of you know, you don't wanna beat yourself. Good teams don't beat themselves. I think that's one of the reasons why the patriots have been so good for so long. But I also think there's an element of understanding isn't it is it is skews me an imperfect game and when those mistakes do inevitably occur or when we do have some adversity. We gotta handle this success and the adversity the same and have an is up positive resilient mindset as we move forward. So if something you want to try to avoid them at all costs. But if something does happen. This isn't the time to feel sorry for yourself. This is about how do we respond? How do we pick each other up and have that next play mindset, and especially in a game of this magnitude? But but really weeks we stay consistent with the things that we emphasize an approach there are some specifics to the opponent, obviously. But in terms of the situations being smart plan together, not beating ourselves. That's always going to be a big emphasis for us. So under- McVay last two seasons. Todd Gurley has been the go-to running back in the league. Touches scrimmage yards rushing yards touchdowns, but had to share the workload C J Anderson coming off his worst game of his pro. Rear five touches just thirteen yards. Charles Davis, FOX NFL analyst earlier on Freddie and Fitz. Simons we get back to the full Todd Gurley. I had zero explanation about last Sunday zero. I thought that last week he just was off during the game. When I was watching it. You know, what I thought I thought he was hurt because he has to not be right for him to play this poorly. But the more I watched it and the more I went back and watch how how the game went. I don't know that he was actually hurt. I think he said as he said after the game. I was just sorry out there today. I was off. You're listening to sportscenter allnight on ESPN radio and the ESPN app. I am Jim Boswell from college basketball. The nation's top ranked team rolls along attorney.

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