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Ronnie Spector, '60s icon who sang ‘Be My Baby,’ dies at 78
"Singer singer Ronnie Ronnie Spector Spector and and the the Ronettes Ronettes has has died died after after a a brief brief battle battle with with cancer cancer according according to to her her family family she she was was seventy seventy eight eight I I marches marches are are a a letter letter with with a a look look at at her her life life and and career career Ronnie Ronnie Spector Spector wrote wrote in in her her memoir memoir back back when when the the run run outs outs were were known known as as Ronnie Ronnie in in the the relatives relatives they they had had yet yet to to have have a a hit hit so so they they wow wow to to their their audiences audiences with with tight tight skirts skirts and and lots lots of of mascara mascara the the audition audition for for Bennett's Bennett's future future husband husband and and ex ex husband husband producer producer Phil Phil Spector Spector in in nineteen nineteen sixty sixty three three he he produced produced their their heads heads be be My My Baby Baby baby baby I I love love you you and and Christmas Christmas songs songs like like sleigh sleigh ride ride Ronnie Ronnie Spector Spector had had a a resurgence resurgence in in popularity popularity when when Eddie Eddie money money featured featured her her on on his his nineteen nineteen eighty eighty six six on on take take me me home home tonight tonight a a movie movie based based on on her her autobiography autobiography is is in in the the works works
Bart Herbison Tells Us About the Nashville Songwriters Association
"When I talk about the Nashville songwriter association, they asked, well, what is that? So let's start off here, but just won't tell a little bit about how you got into this and also about the national songwriters as well. Well, me first a little hoity toity. My father was a painter in Paris. A house painter in Paris Tennessee. And look, we grew up in a rural area, somewhat poor, and music was the thing. Music, my grandma played piano in our little Methodist Church, and everybody was musical in my family. Three brothers played Trump at I blew mine, the other two played theirs. And I guess it's 16 years old. I got a job as a dish jockey at the local radio station, which was an NBC affiliate, and ended up doing some work on a national show they had. But a guy that grew up with me became a very famous songwriter named Jimmy Stewart, he wrote brotherly love, the last number one for Keith. Whitley, a little less talk for Toby, and I just was always drawn to that. I always drawn to they just make this up out of thin air and I said as a child some day somehow I'll work with American songwriters, and I did. For us, the origin story, I don't sing, but remember please release me let me go. The waste our lives would be a sin, release me and let me love again. That was written by Eddie Miller. Yeah, singing was not part of that too at bar. It takes a while to pass the bill. And he was a real southern gentleman, and he thought we can orgas the songwriters. There were only 80 songwriters total 80 in the entire town of Nashville in 1967. And he reached out to all of them and a lot didn't want to risk their career because even our friends within the music industry didn't necessarily want to see the songwriters quote unquote organize. But Eddie got married John wilkin Chris Christopherson fully and boulevard Bryant Liz and Casey Anderson, a bunch of really important songwriters and 42 risk their careers to become an advocate advocacy group for American
Live theater in London, NYC grapple with new virus outbreaks
"The the newest newest corona corona virus virus variant variant has has derailed derailed Broadway Broadway just just as as it's it's trying trying to to get get back back on on track track spread spread of of Omicron Omicron variant variant means means the the show show will will not not go go on on as as usual usual on on Broadway Broadway one one of of the the biggest biggest productions productions being being shut shut down down as as Hamilton Hamilton it it will will be be dark dark through through the the end end of of the the work work week week other other shows shows that that have have scrub scrub performances performances this this week week include include Harry Harry potter potter and and the the cursed cursed child child Tina Tina into into proud proud and and Mrs Mrs Doubtfire Doubtfire it it has has been been dark dark since since Sunday Sunday and and plans plans to to resume resume on on Tuesday Tuesday the the variant variant has has also also polished polished a a revival revival of of cabaret cabaret starring starring Eddie Eddie Redmayne Redmayne on on London's London's west west end end theater theater district district I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel
Chuck Todd's Opinions Are Just as Bad as His Haircut
"Chuck Todd on MSNBC yesterday cut four go We've said it before And we're going to say it again The biggest story in American politics is and will continue to be This homegrown effort to undermine U.S. democracy largely fueled by the former president and his loyalists who have hijacked and radicalized a part of the Republican Party Now listen to this idiot Who's a Democrat His wife is a Democrat operative On MSNBC with joy Reid Al sharpton the morning schmo and misses schmoe listen to this We've said it before and I'll say it again Who cares what you have to say with the stupid haircut This guy you know he combs his hair down the front on his far ahead mister Medusa then he takes a ruler with scissors that are kind of rounded on the end so he doesn't cut as far head like he's four years old He give kids with paste and paper construction but anyway so he cuts a straight line It's not never straight Sort of this Eddie Munster look And then he gets up there he looks like a puke and he's up there We've said it before and we'll say it again Not we you you jerk We as plural You are a singular A singular
How Truck Driver Ed Durr Defeated New Jersey's Most Powerful Lawmaker
"When I saw the story. Did anyone watch the live stream last night that I was doing? I don't think I've laughed that hard my entire life. When I just saw this, I was flipping through social media and I couldn't control myself when I saw this story of this truck driver from southern New Jersey who spent a 153 total dollars on his campaign. $153. And as of right now, the election is about to be called in certified. He's about to beat the second most powerful person in New Jersey, the head of the Senate presidency in New Jersey by 2000 votes, right? And so and by the way, this is not even about Republican or Democrat. It's not about any of that, right? It's about wait a second time out. Like, what? And so I did some digging into this, right? I was like, okay, who is this guy, right? Is he a son of Jeff Bezos or like, you know, is he part of the Rockefeller family or was he born with some sort of birthright and so you look at this guy and his name is Durer, right? And yeah, you could laugh at the name, whatever, but you look into it. It's like if you were to have central casting of like what the normal American was. Now, some of you guys might not remember the 2000 was it 16 or 2012 president presidential debates of that guy that wore that like red sweater? Do you remember that? Then bone, right? Thank you. Guys, remember that, maybe not as before your time. It's like, I just want to give that guy a hug, right? He's just wants what's right for the world. So few people like that anymore. It seems in public life. And so this guy Eddie decides to do the ultimate David and Goliath type exercise. Now, I don't know how I'm gonna do my best to describe this to you. The guy he was running against is the head of the Senate of New Jersey, okay? It's untouchable. An example would be like if a random candidate decided to run up against Chuck Schumer, okay? That's just or a random candidate would just be like, I'm gonna run against Nancy Pelosi. This guy runs the state of New Jersey. Now, he was to give an idea, he's been an elected office since 2004. Some of you were born in 2004, okay? I know I know that because I actually just talked to someone that was literally born in 2006, not even born. And so this guy has run the state of New Jersey. He runs the entire political apparatus and machine. And so when you start to look into it, you're like, all right, how did this guy make it happen? So you look at his campaign receipts are like, did he get a big contribution from the pharmaceutical companies? Spend a $153, $85 of which was spent at Dunkin Donuts. And the remaining $70 was spent on flyers and materials and so they said, what was your grand strategy? He's like, I just kind of showed up and asked people for their vote. And so he was conducted in an interview last night. The first thing he said is like, I have no idea what's going on, right? The first thing he says, but I did stay at a Holiday Inn express last night, but no, I'm kidding. But all of a sudden you read deeper into this and this is an important thing is he ran because he was so disgusted and he was so upset that he is a truck driver continually kept this economy opening and keep going and he just felt continually insulted by the people in charge.
Atlanta Flirts With a No-Hitter and Takes Series Lead
"Five Atlanta pitchers combined to two hit Houston as the Braves defeated the Astros to nothing and took a two games to one lead in the World Series Ian Anderson started things off by no hitting the Astros over five Anderson said he understood why he was pulled with a no hitter on the line I thought there was a chance that I could stay in but you know I think when when you have a chance to get to to those guys at the back and you can't hesitate Houston manage singles in the eighth and ninth before Braves reliever Will Smith shut the door the Braves scored in the third one Austin Riley doubled home Eddie
Brave new world: Atlanta beats LA 4-2, heads to World Series
"Eddie Rosario ripped a three run home run in the fourth inning to power the Atlanta Braves to a ported to win over the Los Angeles Dodgers and send the Braves to their first World Series since nineteen ninety nine Rosario's blast gave him fourteen hits three home runs and nine RBIs in the NLCS Braves manager Brian Snitker had this to say about the series M. V. P. amazing how often he is I mean it doesn't I said it didn't matter what arm they're thrown with them he just so locked in I'm not alive ever seen a guy like that for this is been a long you know while now that what he's been doing is just it's been something else Atlanta starter Ian Anderson went for giving up a run on three hits Walker Buehler started for the Dodgers and went four innings giving up all four Braves runs Gary McPhillips Atlanta
Braves blast 4 HRs, beat Dodgers 9-2 for 3-1 lead in NLCS
"Atlanta had four home runs to power past the Dodgers nine to to to take a three to one series lead Eddie Rosario had a four hit games homering twice and driving in four runs Adam duvall and Freddie Freeman also hit homers Braves reliever drew Smyly allowed two runs and three and a third innings smiley gets the victory LA starter in twenty game winner Julio yes gave up five runs in five innings the Braves now will win away from reaching the World Series for the first time since nineteen ninety nine mark Myers Los Angeles
Update on the latest sports
"AP sports I'm Josh Rowntree major league baseball's NLCS the Atlanta Braves now hold a two oh series lead Eddie Rosario singled home the winning run in the ninth inning to send the Braves past Los Angeles Dodgers five to four we're sorry you had four hits for Atlanta in the NFL the Arizona Cardinals remain the NFL's only unbeaten team and continue their best start since nineteen seventy four Kyler Murray tied a career high with four touchdown passes in the cardinals improved to six now with a thirty seven fourteen dismantling of the Browns also around the NFL on Sunday night football TJ white forced a strip sack of Seattle Seahawks starter Geno Smith in overtime as the Steelers moved to three and three on the year with a twenty three twenty when dak Prescott three thirty five yard touchdown pass to CeeDee lamb in overtime to give the cowboys a thirty five twenty nine victory over the patriots Aaron Rodgers passed for two touchdowns and ran for another in the Packers fifth straight win twenty four fourteen at Chicago the March Jackson threw for one hundred sixty seven yards and a touchdown while the ravens frustrated Justin Herbert in a thirty four six stifling of the Chargers I'm Josh Rowntree AP sports
Atlanta Takes 2-0 Lead Over Dodgers in NLCS
"Eddie Rosario's walk off single in the bottom of the ninth day of the Atlanta Braves a five to four win over the Los Angeles Dodgers and put the Braves up two games to none in the National League Championship Series Rosario single which went just under the glove of Dodgers shortstop Corey Seager robin Dansby Swanson from second the Dodgers took a two nothing lead in the first time to see your home run and Jack Peterson hit a two run shot in the six to even things up or Atlanta Braves will Smith picked up the win in relief Gary McPhillips Atlanta
Eddie Jaku, a Holocaust survivor who led with kindness and tolerance, dies at 101
"Political survivor eighty J. crew who last year published his best selling memoir the happiest man on earth who's died in Sydney Australia Jewish community leader Dowland Bach describes any J. crew whose one hundred one as a beacon of light and hope for not only our community but the world the Holocaust survivor was born in April nineteen twenty in Germany his parents and many of his wider family did not survive the war Jake who had been sent to and escaped from concentration camps including Buchenwald and Auschwitz where his parents were gassed on arrival J. Koo said in a speech in Sydney in twenty nineteen I do not hate anyone hate is a disease which may destroy your enemy but will also destroy you I'm
Parents of Lt. Col. Stuart Scheller Say How You Can Support Their Son
"My hair is steering Kathy scheller Parents of marine lieutenant colonel Stewart sheller is sitting in the brig For doing pretty much what Millie did Millie spoke to a number of Washington Post and other reporters For their books they were all anti Trump and the difference is lieutenant colonel Stewart sheller was up front He was an anti anybody He was talking about the disaster in Afghanistan because he was concerned about the lack of accountability while it was taking place And I would argue that general Millie has the head of the joint chiefs his responsibility under federal law is that he reports to the commander in chief in the Secretary of Defense He has no command and control authority whatsoever to advise them And I suspect he never told the commander in chief he was talking to reporters who were hostile to the commander in chief And he doesn't serve in the brig He is celebrated on many new shows and media platforms Stuart and Kathy want to ask you a question Number one you folks need to raise any money to defend your son Go ahead Steve Well people have had thousands of people asking how can we support Number one our son chose Eddie and Andrea Gallagher's foundation called the pipe hitters foundation dot org And they can go on that site at pipe hitters foundation dot org and at the top they'll find who they support and they'll find lieutenant Stewart lieutenant colonel Stewart seller and they can donate
Soler, Braves win 10-8 in 10 innings to eliminate Padres
"The Braves get their game and a half lead over the Phillies in the NL east with a ten eight ten inning win at San Diego Jorge Soler is fourth RBI of the game was a tiebreaking double in the tenth manager Brian Snitker says it was quite a win at might have been one of the bigger getting as games I've ever seen a team black where they go what they could have done and you know after the grand slam and how they roared back and just kept coming so we're also hit a three run Homer in the sixth as it Lana limited San Diego from playoff contention the Padres were one out from a win in regulation when Eddie Rosario hit a tying single off major league saves leader Martin Lampson the Braves rallied after Manny Machado belted a grand slam to give the Padres a seven three lead on the ferry
Braves ride big 5th inning to win, extend NL East lead
"The brave stressor lead in the NL east to three games by erupting for seven runs in the fifth inning of an eleven afford dropping of the Diamondbacks Freddie Freeman hit an RBI double and a run scoring single in the fifth Adam duvall delivered a two run Homer Austin Riley had three hits and three RBIs in Atlanta second straight win since a four game skid we got a really good team and and I I I truly believe in us so I guess I was just you know was things were he's got Colorado wave and and you know keep keep pushing through read out Eddie Rosario also homered for the Braves Atlanta received one run ball from its bullpen over five innings with Jacob Webb tossing a scoreless fifth to get the win I'm Dave Ferrie
Rosario Hits for Cycle, Leads Fried, Braves Over Giants 3-0
"Eddie Rosario hit for the cycle Max freed worked seven innings as the Braves beat the giants three nothing to end a four game skid rosaria cycle comes a month after Freddie Freeman did it for the Braves Rosario completed the feat with a single in the ninth freed allowed three hits while striking out five in his twelfth win Atlanta is eight and two in his last ten starts neither team scored until Adam duvall's two run Homer in the seventh the outcome cuts the giants lead in the NL west to one game over the Dodgers I'm Dave Ferrie
Tapia's Tiebreaking Single in 10th Sends Rockies Over Braves
"Raimel Tapia furnished an RBI single in the tenth inning to give the Rockies a three two win over the Braves tapi is slated cuts the Braves lead in the NL east at three and a half games over the Phillies it was a tough night at the plate for Braves manager Brian Snitker steam we had a lot of situations head guys up that we want yeah was you know a lot of situations in our favor I thought just couldn't get a big hit the rocky scored twice in the fifth on Antonio Santa telus bunt single and Charlie Blackmon's bases loaded walk Eddie Rosario tied it in the bottom of the fifth with a solo shot Rosario drove in both Atlanta runs sends a tele allowed two runs and seven hits with no walks and seven strikeouts in six innings I'm Dave Ferrie
"eddie he" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"Have great memories of that. We we. I recorded that. In japan i remember clearly. They sent me a picture of the studio. Cool man i feeling. Wow there's gonna be great y over land la blah there. I want to check it out. Go walk the studio at it. And i thinking quake sounding room is so dead. It's not an amyloid chamber like. Oh christ got enough. I think you're a member ordering Bunches of climate put on against the war. Liven it up and then on the day we started to record. The multi-track machine broke and so now all become problem. Oh okay so we all get real gathered into this room and because you know how japanese so cool. They work in committee right. And that's like the studio manager the engineers and the everybody's who's twelve people in the room and all of a sudden one of the relatives from the band. I noticed type machine within an hour it come back with a truck and a tape machine and they and they all thing upstairs and we recorded but That's how i did. How much crazy to more. And then i'll let you go. You worked with triumph. Great canadian trio. You did a great record called thunder seven with them any recollections working with triumph your thoughts. Well i happen to know the guide. Creaky well Donovan winco frankly to see The the top layer Well now get talk right here in canada recommend. He's got he's that yeah rick. Genius guitar player Fantastic band and much with them and they had their own studio. That was the cool sick. I never met a band that actually had their own studio. It was It was genius. You know you could get in there and spend much time if you have to watch the clock. We've got great sound and lot of affectionate attitude. Which i really like you know. Everybody was on their game. How do we get the focus right how to get. Talk arts rice Debt the background. But i mean it's just detail or an food and scouted amazing very very powerful ban. huge here and in the state record said go record barrels. Nice and finally. What was it like record working with the band. Alcatraz the album disturbing the peace. Steve vai recording him very early in his career. What was that experience like. Very exciting Steve vines perfectionist genius. It's greg guy who different It took a while for me to get into the once again because the attention to digital doing these massive pill at the high speed we have developed special needs how to punch him now. I mean literally in the face on the type machine because another size punches when you're dropping in something like pro tools where you can do multiple tracks in just you know edison together. Yeah actually had a punch in my thirty second notes Thirty second beat notes know and try to get in. Wow that was a challenge. We recorded that a cherokee studios in los angeles and You know it's like the corrigan. La the am Manley's go down to go down to the bar man. i'm. I'm ragging on my california friends. And i shouldn't What know a particular time I think the ban was tremendous. I mean intense Fast furious. I mean there's a singing was great. Ho- cameras right. Yeah yeah no doubt. Well eddie i only have about a minute or two left. And then i know i got to let you go as well anything you want. I mean i could go on forever. There's so many records we didn't hit but just in closing. I know you've got a book coming. I know documentary coming. I know. I'm sure we'll be talking again when those things are ready to hit the market. Anything else that you want to share with the audience or mentioned to the audience about what you're doing now read the mistakes and is that going to be the title of your book. Yeah absolutely i agree with you. One of my biggest is bands. These days not truly playing liven all these effects and tracks whatever it makes me nuts i want warts and all and i appreciate that about my rock and roll and i appreciate you giving me so much time here today. I know the audience does as well being so generous with your time and the stories here we could. We could go on forever. But it's been a pleasure to know you all these decades. And i can't thank you enough for doing this eddie. Thank you eddie trunk rocket. Thank you my friend and we'll talk to. We'll talk to you soon. And i look forward to the projects you have coming in the future. Take care of yourself characters. I by by well. That was so much fun and there was so much more could have done. Maybe somewhere down the line..
"eddie he" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"Of a leakage. We still have me. It was a fun out to do. I i really enjoyed working with greg. Greg god's greg -sition but i think there there's a reason why they may not have made it because of the visual when you look at the band or sort of you know with the long hair and the belongs a tapes and all of that. Yeah all the white so can all of that. I think maybe that was a bit pretentious. Possibly the music is cool. But i think maybe the the hollywood that sort of turned on them and then. I don't know what who knows what happens right. Let me let me ask you about the first fast way album in one thousand nine hundred eighty three fast eddie clarke jerry shirley dave king that record i mean obviously very zach when asked what an amazing record though that that first album is. What do you remember about that. Working on that one That is one of my favorite records so that was superb. What a great event societe never. Before they didn't have a hit. That broke out of cleveland. I believe say what you want. Say what you will an amazing band. I love half any. He was sent debut quaint. Little irish thing ever the hook non probably could he sing his ass The whole bag was the nominal and once again a band that had a direction they had found. Then you would have gone with it Amazing playing who. The hell knew where they were going to be a big record. But you know there's a lot of competition in those days. Forget well the other thing the way in fast way fast. Fast eddie clarke. The way was pete way from ufo who couldn't stay in the band and how to pull out of the whole thing but do you recall him ever recording anything. Did you ever record pete. Way for that record. Never he just missed the boat. As.
"eddie he" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"End of the session told family but Because i think we'll be in connection with the but even wonder he was so creative video. And you know we just wanted to push the envelope and having anton On drums just are you kidding. That guys genius you know. And it's fills were remarkable and it. That was an inspirational and ace. Just oh completely over. The top really came to the party with brilliant pots suggestions for sound for over dogs and then of course when he did that that sparked my brain to say wow would you. Then maybe we can put the guitar and this reverve and then the amp outside and oh we got up to some wild tricks. Recording are in the big mansion in connecticut and that was another thing that reminded me of you know recordings bethlen at jarvis. Was that kind of the mobile. Is this massive mansion. Put the drums on the staircase. Yeah that was. That was a lot of fun. What one more thing here. A kiss as related and then we'll do one more break and then i'll i'll just take a quick few minutes from you because i wanna hit you with just some random titles from some other wreckage you've done again. We can't do it all but i do. Wanna ask you just for some quick stuff on a few other things. But the last thing on ace so you and i. I met and connected when i was working at a label called mega force and i was of course. A huge kiss fan. Ace at that point was considered to be very much damaged goods very much reliability very much a risk to get involved with and you were the guy that contacted us and worse was working with ace to try to bring him back around one thousand nine hundred eighty six and i remember a lunch that we had together at that time and ultimately we ended up signing him. And doing that i record. Why did you believe in. Ace like you did eddie especially at that time. When so many other people had written him off. Why did you feel. He was still a viable artists. That could be that could turn it and were you surprised at that. I record that you made with him. And how strong was now. I wasn't surprised because i believe in always always deleted his ability You know he's had his shoes. We we know what they are But at point. I think he was determined to make a change and he was focused. And that was my There was a trigger for me to say all right. he's focused. He really wants to do the. You can taste now. He needs to get back out there and really make a damn fine record and the choice of musicians you know. That was the other thing. They all loved him back them and felt like this was a true band. Yeah and it really was on that i record. Yeah john regan. Who brought a lot to the table. Anton fig playing drums richie. Scarlet was there but was replaced for the record by todd. Howarth at the time but it was really a fantastic band and it really was a. I think we're all very proud of that record. And how well. It didn't how it really established him to to to this point to the career that he still has exactly now and it's still a great sounding record as well it still is and obviously you had a all to do with that so it's great memories. It's hard to believe it's been since we had that lunch and all of that happened but it is a fantastic record so obviously the big stuff. Here we've hit hendrix stove zeppelin stuff kissed off but the resume is so expensive. I want to jump around to different things that That we mentioned eddie. You talk about legendary. Live records i. I was not aware that you were involved in. Frampton comes alive. You did that as an engineer. I did yeah. And what about the live aspect of that. There's been it was that truly alive record through and through peers but let. Let's think about the of france from and his genius plant singer songwriter. All of that absolutely on the highest possible level and i was very fortunate. I work with peter on a couple of early albums earlier albums just before you know you hit it big Weapons electric lady founders. Great drama foreign junk syomina's was part of the live album unfortunate with us anymore but that was favored drummer. I'm you know. I think it's still contributed tremendously to and you. You can't folk any member of that band. It was almost.
"eddie he" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"Know this song. And he was really looking forward to he was such a trooper in the studio fantastic. He wants to bottles and he looked he was not a great thing. Boy 'cause he delivered with passion you know. They didn't have all the technical attributes of gene or poor. No but it was made it had character toured around the fans loved it. You know when he would come out and space to put a smile on your face because he was having fun with it was quite. he's brilliant springer. He noticed that became pretty. Damn good singer as you know he did. We did this photo album but On that one this was this was something he was looking forward to. He wanted to show the guys and the rest of the world. Now i can. I can say like if i get our carly and making kiss alive to versus alive one differences in the band at that point where you still in the same position in terms of capturing them live where it was still going into the studio and having to do a lot of overdubbed punches for the same reasons now no no anywhere near you know few bits and pieces here and there they were they were pretty damn solid at that point and the other thing about lie alive to is the fourth side of the record is studio material there is endless debate and discussion eddie and you can set this record straight once and for all all the drums on the studio tracks alive to peter chris i swear to thing i can remember There was a point where i think they were thinking about bringing somebody else in bars. God i can't remember that far back blur 'cause there's a track on that record others track on the studio side of of that album called larger than life. That has a very bonham behind the beach drum drum bit. And there's a lot of people that have speculated at that point was we know anton fig came into the picture doing studio work not long after that with kiss was anton around even at that time perhaps yeah he works. I mean he was a friend he was definitely referring minor. Excellent african And we were good friends. I you know it's so long ago it was talk about it. I would have really big through my my records quote unquote who on earth with fleming. That he may have i. I can't swear to it though because also that was really the first time and this has been confirmed. Obviously that the late bob culet came in and outside of on a rocket ride which was acis song on that. Bob played lead guitar on three tracks. Do you remember the circumstances surrounding that. I know he did play on a couple of tracks which run very officer. You're right about that. I just don't remember all back and now you know you. You know what i could do if you get me the tape boxes. We can see who play guitar because they may even say that are out very much. Yeah right now. It's been confirmed in the ban. Themselves have confirmed that. I'm three of the tracks. It's bob playing lead guitar. That's that's well known. It's always that drum bit that people had always wondered if there was a tracker to or a moment or two where for whatever reason. Peter didn't play which ended up happening on subsequent records that you were not a part of so we don't know when exactly that started. I want to also ask you about the seventy eight solo records. Now the record that ace made in seventy eight when the ban all made four solo records is considered to this day. An absolute classic. It's a fantastic record. No one could have seen that coming from ace at that point especially given he had only just on his first ever lead vocals. Here's this brilliant record when they all make four studio records in his is the only one that's a hip he also was. He also was the one that got you to produce. The record did did peter or paul or gene also approach you about doing their solo records at that time when they all made records. Nope not at all so ace was the guy for that. It was the guy that reached out to you. I love art. School do guitar. Roy said that he Fantastic it's great. Blues plays a great rock popular and he gets it he. He understands what what he has to do. Within the limitations of his voice. Which i think really became quite a character You know plot of his music was the sound of his voice is attitude was cool. I mean and the stories are legion about how he got into sing on the floor of plaza sound. You know i. It was completely horizontal. Then gradually you were standing up. And by the.
"eddie he" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"Reduce fixing of course every other bloody band in the world. Six of course. So that's what we have to do. And i think what turned out was it just showed that they were able to go in and fix what was not Gone maybe under percents on the live show. Why imagine you're you're you're you're onstage right. Pleading rockets scouting. That's right and spencer. You've got bombs you rights. You got smoke there in sixteen bloody hills and then leaping around like mad fools and you expect to be any time and into the technology wasn't there to keep it altogether so who cares. I don't care. The band of the kid and i was a huge success. It sounded grazing me end. You know. I had to do a lot of work on that. And then they come back and say well i want we wanna remix another five great. Let's fix it this gophers and it was It was a fantastic greco that just launch them because they had laid the groundwork for those plus three albums they went on road until the hell out of it and they had a very small manager coin and they statuary to the south in the south western parts of america command. A fan base was one of the early bands. I really figured out if we don't have a fan base from nothing and it guaranteed the sale of the live album. Well needless to say the live album kiss alive year. I record producing with them not only saved the band and made the ban but it saved the label as well. It was a make or break proposition. We all know that story. You know the recent kiss documentary and and you know. This has been debated forever and over the decades. The band is even admitted. Obviously that there's not a lot of kiss alive. That's actually live eugene's reference date in the kiss documentary. You made a comment saying something like there's people that have different recollections of how much of that record is actually live. we've heard stories. The only thing truly live on it. Where peters drums for for once. Can you set the record straight on it eddie. What is live. How much of kiss alive is live. It would be very very tough for me to do to give you a cat. Without sitting in the studio analyzing the takes figuring out punches were but i do know for a fact that we fix a lot of guitars Fair amount of base. Bits here and there quite a few punches. That a lot of vocal bits that will miss Gets remarkably consistent absolutely true and these folks were remarkably consistent. But i bring back the points that look at the show. You you try do that. Anybody i anybody kit and jump up and.
"eddie he" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"Senate headed. You wanna do ban kiss you know. We got him on the label. They weren't do a live album. Cindy neil call you back. 'cause on my desk was a tape from a band called boston. And i called out The the boys from boston. Yeah they. Tom found not the way it is. It's bloody marvellous. I and it was. It was genius Whether it i think he may agree recorded but it was incredible. I said i can't add this record you you. You're good coach. Do it when i called neil back and say all right. Let's do this. And people were asking why i cherish any lend. Let me ask you at this point so working with kiss super early on before the first record and then working with kiss for their first live album which we all know. The story was very make or break proposition for them. But you had just come off working with world class musicians with zeppelin who she were still working with of course in hendricks and all this stuff. There's so much made of kiss as players. Whether they were good players are not good players especially at that time. Did you find it a challenge to work with them. Did what what did you find. Were your what was your last night with them. Musicians well separated for a second because the the work. I did with them thereafter. I that's when you can start to analyze musicians versus whatever you wanna call. The live album was a triumph. Now were they completely and totally operate in an inside no not really.
"eddie he" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"About. Was the band meaning. Jim fall at that point at electric lady studios quite a loss I used to see them. Walking down a corridor hanging out outside electric lady and they will keep that donald album wicked lester which we all know didn't exactly go down too well And i think what happened was Their producer ron johnson. At the time. I think helping to run electrically since nineteen seventy four. I'm not mistaken They came to him and said look we want. We want to make a run rollout concept and Ron casey missing. Look the guys wanna do this together. Would you like to do this. It's not my kind of music. And i said absolutely sure and i said to the guys. I'm having to do this. We gotta do it the old fashioned way. We do a demo studio. B portrait of sixteen tracks stuff. We gotta do it. Four track just real protective just the ban in studio doing it as live responsible are never forget them coming into studio b. Ace works that he was so skinny. Turn sideways you wouldn't see him and it was just. It was amazing. You know. Chris i i have a man you know and of course the the you know the the Brains the gene pool. That are amazing. You know we we have so much fun. Cutting those demos I'll never. I'll never forget that i remember very clearly We're in the control of men are looking at gene to my knees notebook and in the notebook these little drawings of the various characters that will be the kiss cactus. Where description of who. They are what they're supposed to be doing what their roles were in the band. It was very interesting to see the artistic concept of who they were gonna be on a page you know and it's not so there's a lot of thought that went into that Spanish our kids. And then i remember seeing them at the hotel. Oh yeah yeah in new york With bill aucoin blew me away. Billions and i you know. I wish them luck on that journey and they went off the record deal And then you went to get through producers which is fine. I mean you know my life you get on with two and then one bag. A call from neil.
"eddie he" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"Reverberates. So we'll have to put up some close mike and the kappler room marks and we're race and it sounded bloody mile and wh and what about recording jimmy. Page's guitars were when it came to that. Obviously jimmy is producing these records. But you're the engineer. In that instance then at that point i would imagine you are not only engineering and recording. What he's doing. But you're also kind of at that point. Correct me if i'm wrong. You'd have to kind of go into a sort of defacto producer mode right because he's actually at that bar playing. So can you talk a little bit about how that worked. Yeah i think you're correct In the sense that it would rely to get. He knew what he was looking for up to meet a market correction and find the right place for it. at starbucks fortunate. I mean this bloody greg mansion so there were many rooms or you can put an amgen and the sound would change depending on Decay time the the actual spot of the room. I couple of times we actually Wannabe them at the bottom of a fireplace. Quaking up the chimney with mike it into a different angles. Mike just to get a different sound It's experimentation so the point of back sounds bloody mauger's crime and use that any. Are you amazed that. Just in closing out on zeppelin. And i wanna talk to you about kiss here in a second but are you amazed that this music that you were a part of creating whether it's hendrix whether it's upland whether it's some of the other stuff we've talked about but specifically when it comes to hendrix zeppelin that that it is as relevant now and stands the test of time now in in you know under the umbrella of classic rock but it's as important now. It seems to so many people with so many young people discovering this. It's on the radio still constantly on classic rock radio. Are you amazed at this stuff. Did you have any inkling fifty years plus ago when you're working on it that it would occupy this space in history. Did you have any idea what you were doing. Was this special at the time. And a part of something this landmark absolutely nar. Nobody you know you. You're there for the moment is asked to make the band happy and give them back found. You can possibly give them you know through the tracking the over and then the mixing where you're mixing alexa. Play video wherever they would be mixing You've come up with a final product because out in the market and you know separate we gotta sell a couple of many records of coast guard more than that and hearing it on the radio in the day and then you think oh you know Very nicely and then of course tragedy answer the ban breaks up off the bonds of keeps coming and we goes back to the earlier conversation. It's classic why didn't they go up because this rates wrong with fantastic's corruption lyrics bengals performances by each individual in that fan. And you know when we say ban means four guys or girls or whatever four elephants. I don't care as long as they trumpets again. A bunch if they're playing together and then making music together and it's a high standard and it has an emotional wallop when the four of them unify together. And that sound comes at you is so pure and it has so much Groups you you know in your mind in hard and then that feeling about rhythmic feeling. I just wise you coins because it's just when you had got got it just it's primitive buddies control. It is controlled primitivism. Yeah i get what. you're saying. Final thing on zeppelin. Do you have a favorite step one records. I love the moment. Yeah it would be tough to pick a favorite one. But i know you said a lot of people. Point to two is one of the ones in terms of an engineering perspective that you get a lot of questions about. Yeah i mean cd. I mean they all they're all transparency kelvin's whether i do somebody else's they're amazing Aren't being associated with the ban. Like zeppelin is it's an honor. Well we're going to talk with eddie in the next segment here about a band that my audience is going to be all ears about that is also one of the legendary bands of all time. That eddie had a huge huge role in and you recently saw him talking about that in the recent kiss documentary. But we're going to get into some talk about the the records. Eddie kramer made with kiss and get some stories from that in the next segment so stay with us. Be right back with more in my interview with eddie kramer after this. Let's get back to more. With eddie kramer on the eddie trunk. Podcast continuing this great conversation with producer. Eddie kramer about some of the legendary he worked with. I wanna do a section now on kiss an artist that so many of my my audience loves as well and really the conduit of how i i met eddie back around. Nineteen eighty six. When i was working with as freely and he did ace's i post kiss solo album. But we'll get to that in a second i. Let's begin with a question. I always wondered about eddie when it came to your history with kiss. We all know you did the initial demos for the band which led to them getting a record deal and making their first record. But you didn't begin working with the band as a producer on the record stuff until the the live album kiss alive. So how was it that you ended up doing the demos which yielded them. The record deal but didn't do any of the first three studio records. What were the circumstances there. Did they just not ask you or were you unavailable. Well allie will came.
"eddie he" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"Did robert did. Did he do vocals. Did he do a lot of passes on lead vocals or did you. Did he get a lot of stuff in one take i. He had been known to do. Vocal one sake The from punching generally speaking get cup two or three while and some of those days. Yeah i mean we only on eight track so we only have long maybe to attract the set for for boko He mentioned here racist. Might and what about recording john. Bonham's trump's i mean dry so much is made rightfully so of the drum sound on the zeppelin records. What was it. Were you actually making those drums recording them. And can you take us through that process and what that was like recording him. Well you couldn't go confer run recording barnum because quite frankly stick him anywhere and put you know couple of fifty seven and you'd get a bomb sound because he has some damn hard and he just knew exactly how to get a tone out of his. You was remarkable. It was probably. I would say yeah. That's grammar i've ever recorded And seal is incredible. Just ridiculous and he and page would work together in rehearsals and get the phil crazy enough. So that page where the particular fill on particular three in what was once part of guarded. He was loved and he you know he scratches ahead when the time turned around and stuff like that but once he figured it out it was. Watch out literally. You could buy him anywhere. I mean the great pleasure of working with small studio and then make jagger's house Stalker where we did How holly cookie and he had a whole room to himself. Big glass conservatory rounded windows. That kind of thing. So was quite.
"eddie he" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"Hendrix me page On there quite a few of us that i was thinking of those guys as being Visionaries may come into the studio and okay. This is the saw. I know exactly how. I think. It should sound in the final analysis. That's what we're going and you know you may take a little sidetracked. The left and right trying to help them find that path but when the vision is so clear in their hands on the drive to get to that. Final product is his affection. Gotta get it just right but not as extensive deal. I could say i've learned from that. And do you think. I would imagine and having worked with jimmy on so many records that there were some things that you brought to the table that jimmy really picked up on and gravitated to see. Do you remember an instance or a moment where you did something as an engineer where he really lit up and and kind of adopted it and ran with it a little bit and then maybe used it in his own stuff going forward to oversee the end of the page. And i'm talking about like 'cause you had mentioned before we started this segment about zeppelin to specifically and how many people talk to you about some of the engineering stuff you did on that record so were there. Things that Do you recall things in the studio where you did the that you did that. Really kind of lit up jimmy page. Well i just think the relationship very close credibly well together and i think the idea of being three with sonic Panic the panning thing. I really enjoyed that. Used to be to use of reverb. But don't get page pretty much moulana. When i was going. I mean he could immediately i all those years. He was in studio so he had. This idea me suggest something of that. I were talking to another level. I feel i contributed.
"eddie he" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"Together. Overdubbed arrested And that was a quite a a very interesting experience. Very challenging was very particular. And i just love the way he worked because he had such a clear vision of what he wanted to heater and it made my job easier. Oh okay let me see if i get that for. You and i usually try to do that. And most of the time with successful we mix the whole album over the weekend This is the track part way Yup straight through. Saturday and sunday and Hold on was One of those ones where you know where mixing it on in the middle On pulling him turning dogs and all the rest of that. And i i hear this extra voice coming out of nowhere. So what the hell is that. When i found out it was on track seven. how so it was an extra local. it was bleeding truth. So i'm looking at me. And as agitator slang we both for lieber and crank on and just lifting extra voice and that became part of history and the model for the story is folks out there using digital on and all that. Nave the damn mistakes and like so. So you're saying in a whole lot of love the the way down inside and that that echo effect that call and response part in that breakdown that is another track that was bleeding through that you and jimmy heard and said let's just go with it and put some river bonnet. Lebron thanks. And what about in in recordings where. There's times where you can hear the bass drum pedal squeaking a little bit where you guys aware of that same concept same idea leave it alone and.
"eddie he" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"He was sort of a sixty piece orchestra with the base in his hand And combat the whole bloody orchestra was that he was an amazing musician. He is off our topic bracelet. So i knew him And then page Did especially within olympic as fact solar song cool. Hurry dirty man. mickey most producing and it was him. Jump john bay So there was there any knowledge we noted we need which was i think My relationship with a jump juggles with a long standing one Anything he played me a copy of sets first album before was it was in the dressing and i was wondering at the time i think i'm just visiting and he played at his house and he. I was absolutely meaning dogs matt. Wow that's sucks criminal museum. I what the name of the band. And he says he led zeppelin crisis would bloody nine. I would never call their their boy. Was i ever wrong. And then in nineteen arrived in the states and sixty eight sixty nine zip were promoting their press album man..
"eddie he" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"You go in sometimes with a little bit of trepidation and then as you open up the phrases and push the patient with guitars and the drums. I'm back in time. And it's so rewarding and it's so gratifying to take some of jimmy's music and re tweak it's to bring off the fullness because we have technology today that just allows me to transform some of the earliest stuff that hasn't been released and and really give us a full treatment so that it sounds full and contemporary that. That's been my job. And i love it. Are you still in as much. Aw now when you open up a tape and go in and restore some things a remix. Some things hearing what he did as you were when you first met him and originally worked on the material does it still kind of puts you in a place. Where like i because the thing about hendrix's still it's still pretty much the benchmark even for most guitar players today in a lot of ways. So so do you still feel that way. Do you still feel like that. That sense of all when you hear it and hear things maybe. Are you picking out things. That maybe i don't even notice at the time when you were recording him. Oh yeah i mean you know many years ago and all of a sudden here track guitar part. in fact i'm just thinking now about this new release somebody top parts on there that i know i couldn't even remember what he was doing. Because you know just goes by so fast and these are not. The mass took maybe one before the master. And there's a couple of loose than he plays are incredible playing and even.
"eddie he" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"This week for the interview. This is something you are going to love. Because i love talking of behind the scenes people in the music industry and this is one of the biggest guys with the most history. You could possibly talk to in that world. It is producer. Eddie kramer eddie. Kramer's resume is so vast. I wouldn't know where to begin as far as this. Podcast there are three pivotal bands. That eddie kramer is known for those bands include led zeppelin jimi hendrix. And kiss. so the interview. You're about to hear will feature a good helping three segments on each of those bands and then a fourth segment covering other groups. That eddie worked with everyone from loudness to anthrax to you name it again even in the ninety minutes that i had with eddie kramer for this interview. We didn't even get into everything because it's just so much but i think you're going to really love what we did cover. And there's some great stories great insights from one of the legends in the world of music production. And he's a guy that i've known for a really long time back when i was working for mega force back in the eighties. Eddie kramer was the guy who brought us as freely we ended up signing to his first solo deal in eddie produced that first solo record freely is comet which we didn't really get to talk about all that much in the interview. Just because there's so much other stuff to get to. But i was on any for the longest time to try to get time with him to do this. This kind of career retrospective and he was very generous with his time. Although again with his resume. There's tons obviously. We didn't have time for. But i think you're really gonna love this and i can't wait for you guys to check it out if you've not heard it on sirius. Xm and i'm pleased to be able to bring everybody on a worldwide free platform. Like this podcast so be sure to subscribe so you don't miss anything. The new episodes hit every thursday. You can also find me on cameo if you're interested in a personalized video. Summer's almost over. We got a lot of great stuff coming up a lot of appearances. A lot of events. Keep an eye on my social media especially twitter and instagram. Why keep you updated on everything going on. This is a pretty long interview this week. So let's get right to here is eddie kramer enjoys. It is a great pleasure and honor and thrilled to have with us here on this special edition of trunk nation. Man that i've had the pleasure of knowing for many many many decades and he is still one of the icons in the world of producing and engineering rock music. His resume speaks for itself. joining us. today is the one. And only eddie kramer eddie. Thank you so much have long wanted to do this with you. And i appreciate you taking the time. It is my pleasure to speak with you any man. Let me ask you this. Let's i like when i interviewed producers. I like to start here and that is where it all started for you. You grew up in south africa. Tell me how the music bug bit you and how it led to you and your first engineering work and producing work. Not only did it. Bite me it's threw me across the room. In fact i tell the story when i'm doing my elections to the audio or anybody. Who wants to who could stand listening to me. But we're not with the back. I guess in three years old something like that growing up. You know in south africa wipe the british system for literacy is two hundred and twenty volts and apparently according to my parents and i do remember pasta. I stuck feel living meal into the electric socket and it threw me across the room and my dad. My dad picked me up and knock me. What the hell did you for. I haven't seen the second. You're literally shocked into rock and roll. Yeah and let me see wasn't fair about shock me or something like that. Yes on a record you produced on love gun. Ace's first lead vocal shock me rats right. Yeah so that's kind of old situation would happen like six years later something. Well we're w we're yeah. We're definitely gonna kiss stuff but tell me about how you learned your craft eddy working initially coming into engineering. Are you experienced and access bold as love and working with hendrix. Initially as an engineer. Where how does how does a kid from from south africa go to doing that well. It's a bit obey story. I mean it's to be in the new documentary film that we're about to make a call from the other side of the glass shameless self promotion but there you go He's do during the era where one has to say what. What is doing I've been writing the book on and off for many years. I'm going to draw to a close this year so that we can get on with making the bloody movie story in a nutshell is having grown up in south africa. A very musical Family my dad was Amateur violinist and we had string quartets every friday and Was always fun and games with music. i think i had stab at playing violin cello but i gravitate towards the piano at a very early age and spending classical music so i left high school which was about nineteen and during the last years of my education in south africa. I was at the south african college of music. Hot time But the rupp set in when i was a teenager around about fourteen years old. I just got a jazz and then from there. Parents iraq ro listening to. It's on a shortwave radio. Of.
"eddie he" Discussed on The Eddie Trunk Podcast
"I tell you each and every week the interviews that come your way here on the eddie trunk podcast. All originate live on my sirius. Xm radio show which is called trunk nation. Which is heard monday through. Friday live on channel one. Oh six volume from two to four. Pm eastern time with nightly replays ten to midnight eastern audio-video full shows interviews more. Anytime you want on the sirius. Xm app if you're in the us and canada and you're not listening to trunk nation and subscribing to sirius xm. You're getting a heine tiny fraction of what. I do on a daily basis on the radio here on the podcast. Also have six show on sirius. Xm on mondays five pm eastern live on hair nation channel thirty nine and a syndicated terrestrial radio show of course this podcast making eight broadcasts week. Thank you for connecting with whatever ones of those that you do social media at eddie trunk twitter and instagram fan page. On facebook upcoming appearances they are starting to roll in october. Is going to be a nutty month for october seventh. It starts in houston. Texas warehouse live hosting sebastian bach. October ninth also at warehouse live hosting jackal in houston and then october. Fifteen sixteen and seventeen pigeon forge tennessee monsters on the mountain. And then you've got the eighties in the sand event happening in cancun mexico which is sold out just added october thirty one halloween woodstock georgia hosting a listening party for resist and bite which is abandoned features former tesla guitarist tommy skill and that should be a lot of fun at mad life studios all info links more on my social media and eddie trunk dot com.
Albies, Freeman Go Deep in 7th, Braves Win Series Over Miami
"The Braves have regained a four and a half game lead in the NL east with a five three win over the Marlins Ozzie Albies and Freddie Freeman belted solo homers in the seventh inning off Anthony bass helping Atlanta take the rubber match of the three game series I'll be is broke a three three tie with his twenty eighth home run or my number is really powerful and the millennium place on small baseball too so it's it's it has been fun for us and it's working Eddie Rosario also went deep for the Braves will Smith put runners on first and third in the night before nailing down his thirty second save in thirty seven chances Jake Webb got the win with a scoreless seventh after replacing Max freed I'm Dave Ferrie
Special 9/11 Episode This Friday
"Tomorrow. Show, of course, will be spending some time on 9 11 at 7 30 Eastern time We'll have our dear friend Debra Burlingame on the program. Um As you know her brother died was murdered. On flight 77 out of, uh And of Reagan National It was horrific. She's a lawyer. She's brilliant. I've gotten to know her and And so we'll be having Deborah and as well as As our anniversary program. We'll be getting into some other issues as well. I don't know how you can ignore Afghanistan. The Taliban. And what's happened 20 years later, and we won't ignore them. And we will talk about these things and more and as well as Is your participation. It's a big deal. The N Y P. D. How they've been attacked and undermined. 20 years later. Just shocking. Just appalling. So you want to be here? For all three hours. Um No brag. Just fact. I think we handle this better than most. And why do I say that? Because my broadcast career started in New York. Most people start in Podunk I started in New York. And the great W A. B C when it was part of the ABC radio networks. And I think the station As well as other stations. But this one in particular has got the fourth ownership, maybe the fifth since then. Uh, But we're steady Eddie here and we'll we'll continue to talk about it for the whole nation.
"eddie he" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"Just like bullshit only we would find interesting or a video of me lifting weights highschool friends and i Got obsessed with the Would you know the guy with the big black hawk. i mean we. It just became an everyday who could find the most unique maim some really good one and we just it was nonstop for like the whole pandemic like every single day there was another one and now the joke is about just like you know. How do we explain to our family that this is. we're obsessed with. Why is it. Black hawk makes it better than just cock- i think it's just the size of that thing i said i've just on kurt metzger podcast the other day. Kurt didn't kurt. Who's like involved with the funny. You know he wrote for sasha baron cohen and he's involved in the funniest shit in the world had no idea who he was or had ever seen that tracks the deadly drax i can see kurt not kurz it interesting guy and i. I don't think he's an extra guide on his head and he lives in his own world. Yeah what tell me. i'll get you out of here. Fucking piss dead. We'll we'll wrap it up. Tell me about the album. It's sweet home. Alabama and shooting alabama. Mala obama like we call where i live because like you know like houses down on beach road in malibu and the colony and everything are like forty million dollars. There's like there's hundred million dollar houses now in malibu. They'll bunch of them. They're still building like five sixty million dollar houses next to each other. It's insane and these people that i know that i'm friends with and you go over to their houses and you're like wait. Did you just say this is forty million dollars. And i can't die by the way i i'm i have like issue with like a million dollar house from our house that we live in right now is a is like worth a million dollars. Seems a lot like seems like more than you need in life and it's a piece of shit. Well that's how. I feel about our house and i and so we are up in the mountains. Where there are you know. Some you.
"eddie he" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Eddie Fox News. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and his administration are under fire after allegations surfaced that they covered up the severity of the coronavirus death toll and New York's nursing homes. A top aide admitted the state withheld data because it didn't want to be investigated by former President Trump's Justice Department. This, according to the New York Times, protesters have gathered here outside of the office of New York's governor, Andrew Cuomo, the group raising a multitude. Of issues during the pandemic, and also sounding off about these New cove in 19 nursing home deaths, among them a neurologist who works at a hospital here in New York during the pandemic and the family member of someone who died in one of these long term care facilities. The State Assembly Republican leader speaking to Fox today will Barkley calling for a special session this week to rescind Cuomo's pandemic emergency powers and an investigation. The leader calling On his Democratic counterparts to get onboard Fox's Alex Hogan plus calls being made for more gun control by President Biden. President Biden is calling for stricter gun laws on the third anniversary of the mass shooting as Stillman Douglass High School in Parkland, Florida 14 students, three staff members were killed. 17 were wounded. Mr. Biden is calling for stronger background checks in an assault weapons ban, the president said. Quote. We owe it to all those We've lost into all those left behind to make a change, Fox's Jackie Bania says. In addition to background checks and an assault weapons ban, Biden is calling on Congress to outlaw high capacity magazines. And now that he's been acquitted in his second Senate impeachment trial. Former President Trump is preparing for the next phase of his post presidency life and a statement Saturday, Trump shared his gratitude to his legal team. Members of Congress and the U. S. Senate, adding that the movement to make America great again has only just begun. America.