17 Burst results for "Eddie Holland"
"eddie holland" Discussed on Rolling Stone Music Now
"People you know sort of looking down their noses at at at a supposed- scandal association with the Genera. And and that's just kind of like the condescending way that that people have traditionally looked at at At boy pop and and its audience. We wanted to move onto a sort of broader history of boy bands but one more thing on bts which is just. We're talking about this sort of system that a lot of K pop acts go through of training and stuff. I think people find that really fascinating so just fairly quickly if you could kind of maybe expand upon that. Yes the abridged. Is that if you would like to become a K pop idol. You go through a training process in which you Sign a contract with company. There's a big three company. Beats yes themselves are on a smaller company called big hit which allows them a little bit more freedom and autonomy than some of the other acts. That's a conversation for another time. But essentially you'll live in a dorm with a bunch of other trainees or apprentices. Who are sort of like idol hopefuls? Which is just a k pop pop star and you'll practice dancing and singing Media training etiquette all these sorts of things. Just sort of. Learn how to be a Popstar. And sometimes you'll go in with the group thinking you'll debut with them in three years and it doesn't happen or sometimes it'll be a couple of months and you kind of adopted different concept or you become a soloist is just sort of you. Go through the training process and then bigwigs. Who Know what they're doing. We'll figure out what the places for you. It's so funny because last week on the show. We had Brian and Eddie Holland the MOTOWN songwriters on. And there's so many commonalities they're all these years and all these miles later. I love that kind of thing. But let's take it all the way back. Rob What were the first boy bands? Where did the boy band idea start? What is Ground Zero for Boy Bounds? Maria oh well I was kind of hoping rob would begin because I think even though I wrote this book still seems kind of contentious and I'm like I sometimes I think began here and sometimes I think it began elsewhere I would say of the like sort of modern experience. I like to start with new addition because I could just a new kids on the block. Backstreet 'n sync in that sort of thing. Continuing on is the bulk of my book. But I think you could kind of trace it back to lake. The nineteen twenties and thirties barbershop quartets. Just this sort of idea of male vocal group harmonizing dressing the same sort of performing especially for young women and sort of growing like an audience from there. But I'm curious to hear what Robin Brittany have to say. I've always I mean beyond the barbershop quartets. I've always felt that like the Beatles. Were the ground zero of what way then Phantom and what avoid looks like in general Just you know the matching suits and the hair and the you know being cute girl screaming like that's too big requirement any any pop group generally but I think like the Beatles were are to me just like the the beginning of what we have seen continue on for boy bands overall. I think that's your position run. Yeah I was going to say Frankie Lymon and the teenagers like the fifties definitely like taking that sort of you know very much to like sort of a very modern boy and template to you. Know like the fifties do op sort of sensibility but with the Beatles. Exactly like that. You haven't Paul McCartney the perfect example of you know unrepentant. He has never lost that true to his boy band. Spirit enthusiasm for for singing songs for girls. Britney blew my mind with this amazing clip of Paul McCartney playing the White House a few years ago with Obama in the audience their daughters seen honored. I believe for something and yeah me was a huge fan of the Jonas brothers. And so the Jones brothers saying drive my car and it was just. I mean me was like so excited Milkman. Leeann shop and Sasha. We're very excited as everyone should be to watch the storms brothers cover drive my car but Paul also so thrilled he was singing along. He was like in the audience. Bopping along is very cute. Yeah yes they nailed it also very difficult song to do. That's something I loved about that clip and that actually made me like think a lot about Paul McCartney in the boy band spirit is that he keeps looking over to see like the Obama daughters. Like he's like yeah. I know the president likes the song. Yeah I know. Michelle likes this song. But he's really really really into the idea that you know that these teenage girls like this song. That's what he does every time you see. Paul McCartney live does hey jude any. Has You know. The Nana's eighty has apart with just the women sing it and you know that's his favorite part of this show every night. You could tell why he wrote the song that's why he still does it. I do want to talk about Franklin teenagers for a second. Because I think that there's really something to that I mean they. They were like singing dancing very cute. It was a whole thing. I mean weirdly Billy Dee Williams just told me a story about being mistaken for one of them in front of one of their concerts As a young man and being mobbed by their insane fans so there was this like the there is that fan energy is an interesting sort of president yet and that they were authentic teenage boys who were marketed. As this is the real thing. Fintech teenage boys everybody remembers. Why Do Fools Fall in love but one of the really big hits was? I'm not a juvenile delinquent which was like a phrase that was just making the rounds of real. Aj McLean kind of vibe. They're.
"eddie holland" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Nargis both both men as well. Yes okay. Great early run Mike Solar and then Jerry Wexler who was a producer at Atlantic who did again aretha the Franklin Ray Charles led Zeppelin he actually coined the term rhythm and Blues And then the last Non Performer in the second year. Eighty seven was Leonard Chess who did records and created the game of chess chess. Yes while Sun records was like Memphis. Chess Records was Chicago Geico so that was muddy waters. Chuck Berry Howlin Wolf obviously very important to the foundation of rock and roll the the third year eighty eight. We only had one on performer and was berry. Gordy good for him. Get out there berry. Motown never had a problem. Never did anything robber ever. That was the only one eighty eight eighty nine. I mean I mean. Let's let's up the you ready for it. Eighty nine Phil Spector vector okay creator of actual ghosts hmm like literally creator of Ghosts. He's out there making goes by murdering people. Obviously Phil Spector Wallace sound the girl groups etc.. Okay one thousand nine hundred billion sounded like you said Phil Spector. Wallace surround specter another term for ghost. True that's why I said that. Creating Specter's rooting Specter's because he did kill he killed someone. Donald is wife. He killed his wife. Yes and we're fine with it all right in one thousand nine hundred. That's where we get goffin king. Carole King Gerry Goffin there. She is the first woman inducted in this category. Only to be smoked in her own category and then also Hollan does your Holland so they they did songwriters in Nineteen Ninety Holland Dosier. How does your Harlan did a lot of the MOTOWN songwriting can I ask is that? That is one person's name aimed. Their name is Holland Holland. Okay is it to people who are married or brothers sisters no brothers. Of course sorry broken dreams. How does your Holland was Lamont? Dosier and Brian Eddie Holland and they wrote all the motor ship. Everything for the supremes the four tops.
"eddie holland" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"At the time everyone at Motown it was Mary Wells They were getting hit records and we were not so we said listen. You know we really need a hit and I remember. I thought that maybe people were laughing behind our backs. Because you know we thought we were so good and we still didn't didn't have a hit record and the everyone everyone was leaving us behind. So that's what I coined the phrase no hit supremes. Because I knew they were laughing at US behind our backs. SUPREMES think think they're so cute but they don't have a hit record. So that's when Mr Very Gordy finally said I'm going to put you girls with one of my best writing being teams and producing teams Holland dozier Holland who we most of us know as Bryant and Eddie Holland and Lamont dozier. Now tell you the story When we were trying to see what the record we told Eddie we say listen? We gotta have a hit record. Because if we don't then our parents are going to make us go go to college because they want us to get an education all right so we got the hit record and we didn't have to go to college and that's when the hits started coming Ming and it was then in nineteen sixty three and nineteen sixty four. We had our first number one million selling records of five five consecutive. That were all together to come which had not been done by anyone not the Beatles. Not Alba's not anybody who was recording so we finally had the last Tesla hit supreme. Oh so you came in the first big song. How does your Holland Road for you? where did our love go. You Tell an interesting story in the book about how you weren't particularly fond of that song. Initially when when you've got to present it to you right I know because it's a good song wrong. Obviously because it was a million seller right and people loved it but we would sing standard material songs. The freshmen in you know we really were. We're great at.
"eddie holland" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"For the judge. Craig? Sixty six. Jeff. Got you. Judge ruled. Today, we are celebrating and studying sixties rock and roll here on coffee county hootenanny some British invasion bands, some American garage rock bands. And what says British invasion like the who friends? You just heard leaving here which was recorded twice in nineteen sixty five. And then once more for the BBC in all versions were unreleased for decades that version was taken off the nineteen eighty five compilation odds and sods that song was originally recorded by Eddie Holland in one thousand nine hundred sixty three on Motown records where he hits a number seventy six on the billboard hot one hundred and number twenty seven on the billboard Rb chart. We'll play that version for you here on a future episode show of coffee county hootenanny preceding that was Paul revere. And the raiders doing a judge Pontiac G T O promos. That's fantastic. And before that you heard the count five doing psychotic reaction from nineteen sixty six on double shot records that song hit number five on the billboard hot one hundred and it's included in the rock and Roll Hall of fame list of the five hundred songs that shaped rock and roll. We started off with the kinks from nineteen sixty four doing you're really got me that was on Pye records in the UK and reprise in the US one hit number seven on the billboard hot one hundred Michael. You're listening to coffee county hootenanny here on wwl thunder radio. I'm with the each Saturday and Sunday at this same bat time you can follow me on Twitter at Michael g C T in now. Who's in the mood for some Bob Seger. Yeah. It's time for Bob Seger and the last her doing per persecution. Smith..
"eddie holland" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"Today, we are celebrating and studying sixties rock and roll here on coffee county hootenanny some British invasion bands, some American garage rock bands and web says British invasion, like the who friends you just heard leaving here which was recorded twice in one thousand nine hundred sixty five and then once more for the BBC in all were unreleased for decades that version was taken off the nineteen eighty five compilation odds and sods that song was originally recorded by Eddie Holland in nineteen sixty three on Motown records where he hits number seventy six on the billboard hot one hundred and number twenty seven on the billboard Rb chart. We'll play that version for you here on a future episode show of coffee county hootenanny preceding that was Paul revere and the raiders doing a judge Pontiac GTO promo spot at fantastic. And before that you heard the count five doing psychotic reaction from nineteen sixty six on double shot records that song hit number five on the billboard hot one hundred and it's included in the rock and Roll Hall of fame list of the five hundred songs that shaped rock and roll. We started off with the kinks for nineteen sixty four doing you're really got me that was on Pye records in the UK and reprise in the US that one hit number seven on the billboard hot. One hundred Michael t you're listening to coffee county hootenanny here on WNYC, Dr thunder radio I'm with the each Saturday and Sunday at this same bat time, you can follow me on Twitter at Michael g CAT in who's in the mood for some Bob Seger. It's time for Bob Seger and the last heard doing per persecution. Smith. Chiefs this..
"eddie holland" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
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"eddie holland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To smokey robinson the motown sound as we know it was created by holland does your holland those three guys were a songwriting team made in heaven the brothers brian and eddie holland and lamont dozer and he wrote many of the songs that made motown what it was heat wave baby i need your loving how sweet it is and so many other hits vincent cunningham says those classics from a halfcentury ago still have a lot to teach and impressionable young men today my dad was a are the music director at the churches i went to when i was a kid and so i was always interested in music but there was a moment when i decided like i was going to know that stuff right and i got really into motown um at and around the eighth in the history in that ghana play the reas one moving about the temptation and it's just a great but bad movie but the music and and so beautiful and the most interesting parts of that movie to me where the parts that sort of technical parts they would kind of show um all these great producers and songwriters kind of participating in this motown laboratory cases became part of the move damage machine very good he's assemblyline approach toughtested pellett we hope who coaching for maurice king encampments sessions in motown studio away within house banned known as the funke at the same time in school i was starting to get road more into music that was like an employee club in school and later on i took music there in their let us so i had a notebook i'm.
"eddie holland" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Countless sessions motown studio away within house banned known as the funk at the same time in school i was starting to get wrote more into music's i was like an inquiry cloud in school and later on i took music there in their reppas so i had a notebook on and i would chart wear the chorus came in and how long the verses were and then when the course came back all these kinds of things about the songs to try to understand whether there was you know a formula part of this sort of weird obsessive personality has then you would look in the sort of meyer notes in the you'd see who wrote the sea routes and i would i noticed that lots of the ones that i really love whereby this that it would just say holum does alan um and so i wanted to kind of no more about that there's the there are these two brothers i'm bryan and eddie holland um and a friend of theirs lamont those are and so they developed this process by which i they would all kind of crowd around a piano plug out some melody's maybe even give the song a name start this off with a seat when i found amazing is that they would create the total massar track like what you here on the song was created before ever a lyric was written and then they would give it to eddie who then torture himself with it and then would come the vocals as look the sort of last part of the production process that was like so captivated by that that there were there is a science to the things that i experienced as our.
"eddie holland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Later on i took music there and they let us so i had a notebook um and i would chart you know where the chorus came in and how long the verses were and then when the course came back all these kinds of things about the songs to try to understand whether there was you know a formula part of this sort of weird obsessive personality is then he would look in the sort of minor notes in the you'd see who wrote the super than i would i noticed that lots of the ones that i really love cbs whereby this that it would just say how does our alan um and so i wanted to kind of no more about that there's the there are these two brothers i'm bryan and eddie holland um and a friend of theirs lamont those are in so they developed this process um by which they would all kind of crowd around a piano punk outs the melody's maybe even give the sauna name is often see okay okay well i found amazing is that they would create the total master track like what you here on the song was created before ever a lyric was written and then they would give it to eddie who than torture himself with it and then would come the vocal does look the sort of last part of the production process that was like so captivated by that that that there was there is a science to the things that i experienced as our all the while as i'm listening to this neither it's impossible also not to learn something about the message that's coming through and they saw huawei the.
"eddie holland" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To smokey robinson the motown sound as we know it was created by holland does your holland those three guys were a songwriting team made in heaven the brothers brian and eddie holland and lemond does your and they wrote many of the songs that made motown what it was heat wave baby i need your loving how sweet it is and so many other hits vincent cunningham says those classics from a halfcentury ago still have a lot to teach and impressionable young man today my dad was a are the music director at uh the churches i'm to when i was a kid and so i was always interested in music but there was a moment when i decided like i was going to know this stuff right and i got really into motown um that in around the eighth inning now the matt god glaring the rich one movie about the temptations and it's just a great but bad movie but the music and so beautiful um and the most interesting parts of that movie to me where the parts that sort of technical parts they would kind of show um all these great producers in songwriters kind of participating in this motown laboratory thesis became part of the move down machine very good he's assemblyline approach daughters develop we hope who coaching for maurice king encampments sessions in motown studio way within has banned known as funke at the same time in school i was starting to get road more into music that was like an inquiry club in school and.
"eddie holland" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour
"Lovers that it can't get together is basically undiminished. And I wonder like, in your case, why do you think you you love these story so much? So I guess I mean, I think the short answer by the idea thing, I have a wonderful romantic marriage is a very unusual sentenced under LA. That's your own podcast, three hours Pong. So I I think that the romantic story kind of contains everything like I think that essentially so much Fiction is about people acting against their own best interest. And there's this sort of pretense that were all Lake. You know, very responsible and almost like trying to be our best selves and wearing fit beds and like might making healthy choices. And and like there's something about, you know, Romance, that can be so self-destructive or like you, you run the risk of Lake humiliating yourself for your ears, so vulnerable and the fact that it's worth it to people is. Must mean like it's really gray like there you get to feel really deep feel a physical and emotional feeling. Like it's like, it's almost like you can you can tell how exciting it is or how gripping It is because of how much people risk for it you. Um, if, if, if radio listeners out there driving on the road listening to this and they're passing Barnes and Noble and they can pull into the parking lot right now And by romance-novel. Um, what should they buy or okay. Can I say tippy-toe. My heart, my heart is toward with two romance and I was now The Okay. Now the Okay. So in boarding school accumulated, like essentially a trunk fall of bodice rippers. And the only one that I saved was savaged thunder by, I think I don't know if he said Joanne are Johanna Lindsay. It's this as sex theme, it takes less than a horseback Okay, So that's one. But then the other thing I would say is Reed an Al's Monroe book, which I mean, I'm sure plenty of people have, But there's a particular story called tricks in the collection run away. It's like devastating And and I feel like. It's taken me almost this years to to get over Ed. So it sort of I mean, I think the very romantic and it's very upsetting like it kind of like crushes your heart in the best possible way. It's News will thank you so much fun. I almost have like heart palpitations. I'm talking about rough me. Curtis sit and felt last novel is eligible, and she has a collection of stories coming out next month. You think it? I'll say it. She spoke with Joshua Rothman in 2017. We're going to stay on the romance theme for just a minute. Let's say, were making amends for Valentine's Day, which we missed entirely. And I hope you forgive us writing about his early love of Motown staff writer Vinson Cunningham said this with all due respect to Smokey Robinson, The Motown sound as we know it was created by Holland. Does your Holland? Those three guys were a songwriting team maiden, heaven, the brothers, Brian, and Eddie Holland, and Lamont dozer. And he wrote many of the songs that made Motown what it was. Heatwave baby. I need your loving How sweet it is. And so many other hits. Vincent Cunningham says those classics from a half-century ago, still have a lot to teach and impressionable young men today. My Bab was a are the music director up, uh, the Church of to when I was a kid. And so I was always interested in music. But there was a moment when I decided like I was going to know that stuff ripe. And I got really into Motown um, that in around eight from his grip. La La Land thing in Ghana play. Those are VH one moving about the temptations and it's just a great. But bad movie, But the music and in so beautiful. And the most interesting parts of that movie to me where the parts that sort of technical parts, they would kind of show. Um, all these great producers and songwriters kind of participating in this Motown laboratory. Dentist's his became part of the move damn machine. Very good goodies, assembly line approached artist develop. We ENFOPOL coaching for Maurice King and countless sessions in Motown studio away within house band known as the Funk. At the same time in school I was starting to get wrote more into music's. I was like M in Cali club in school and later on I took music there in the Olympics. So I had a notebook. Um, and I would chart wear the chorus came in and how long the verses were. 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What I found amazing is that they would create the total Massar track like what you here on the song was created before ever a lyric was written, and then they would give it to Eddie who than torture himself with it, And then would come the vocals as the the sort of last part of the production process. Abbas like so captivated by that, that that there were there is a science to the things that I experienced as our. And
"eddie holland" Discussed on WRVA
"The larger pointer to a scam find new euro shirt here's usually eddie holland's records blau cost survivor to get its special social security wealth it stop wow okay so why did cnn have this on they did not have it to expose him they had it because the door to stop him there is no chance of him winning he is going to win the gop primary because the gop cannot field a single candidate to stand up with the platform i'm not vat guy so he's going to win the nomination of the gop party he's running as a republican so why did cnn have him on not to stop him but to show people that that's what conservatives are that's what the gop is this is why we have to be the what the the people that should be having this man on is fox news the people it should be having him on exposing him for who he is and making sure that everyone understands he is not a conservative a national socialist a socialist has nothing to do with the gop well i can say that a nationalsocialist dozen i'm sure there's a few socialist in the gop that's the problem the the progressives started out as liberals than they were progressive and now they're taking the mask off and they are socialists because that's who they were when they did they they were socialist than said we can't do socialist we can't say were communist because that implies a revolution so we want those same ideals but we don't want to revolution on the street so we'll call ourselves progressives wilson's scared that crap out a people and progressive became a bad name so fdr changed it to liberal onceliberal was found to be communist loving socialists living they had to change that to progressives which means nothing until you get down to the real policies and now they're taking off their maschen saying they're socialists things have you been wearing a mask are you a national socialist because the national socialist are coming out and i think the republican party and every conservative needs to say that has nothing to do with me i reject all of their ideas not just the racial ideas but the socialist ideas that's important pat yes i agree with her won't use it do you agree with the national socialists no oh sorry living's clemson all care about the interesting because that speech that she shows a little bit of it says national socialist right behind him scott kinda hard to hide.
"eddie holland" Discussed on WDRC
"The new rob plays as those m m laura dern mom found i have gone hassan ren as glenn is oh man i still can go mod on so wlove two no along these friends john young leads hill and these man gene mattiello as some the hill no they low name one i'm no noah zanundonga vowed land nia long them one liam payne lin lin on now dow wounding go bob the new law and i love you only thirty her body by no man g brown this morning at the top of every hour as well as the forgotten 45 zwi are honoring the great david ruffin songs with the temptations ruffin would've turns seventy seven on january eighteen he in the group took this one the number fourteen and nineteen sixty seven eddie holland cole road and recorded this in 1963 all members of the group's thing lead vogel's but it's primarily a david roughened song here are the temptations its view that i need this hours forgotten 45 on the big d.
"eddie holland" Discussed on 790 KABC
"And sunday from wanted to like agency fall some e b c his midday live dr drew mike catherwood that's uh eddie holland's birthday when the decomposes in the howlin does your brothers our number eight hundred two two two five two two in his midday live again my comes in the top of the hour he has his own chemistry story but we will be going out to trial attorney legal analyst mark eisenberg kevin spacey has apologized for these alleged sexual assault with a minor this is a new idea steve have now i don't have it oh computer problems it's alright we can also do you take your calls on the scandal regarding the manafort investigation of those very interesting talking to the attorney in a professor of law and that this is largely a it seems like a going through all this trouble socalled was a move to try to shake the tree a little bit to see if they can get any dirt that will any attempt to reduce their their uh liabilities they will speak about what their connection with the trump campaign and potential collusion with places like russia so it's an interesting sort of a squeeze they got these guys under if there's anything there i would suspect that they would speak up about him speak of a better right away our number again is eight hundred two two two five two two two were also going to have roy firestone sort sports commentator journalists uh dodgers man we're gonna talk amongst other things about the uh inappropriate racial gesture but they key must add some interesting ratings it clobbered sunday night football which rarely happens the rate is down because occurred of two thousand sixteen world series but then again all television raised abject we but the sunday night football continued to deteriorate and the interesting thing about the dodgers ratings were that it held in spite of a jake you know five our game that people stayed with it and it was excuse but there have been exciting games i'm now much to my surprise i'm here in los angeles and it was here i see them here in new york city and i was your last year during the world series and there.
"eddie holland" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Studio away with and no one fun at the same time in school i was starting to get more interviews it's i was like an employee club in school or matter on i took music there and the reverse so i had a no punt and i words chart you know where the chorus can then and how long the vs weren't and then when the chorus kent back all these kinds of things about the songs which i don't understand why that there was you know formula part of this sort of we had obsessive press now he has been he would look in those are i'm i'm not some he would see who broke disrupts and i would i noticed that lots of the ones that are really lungs where but i guess he would just a how long does art and so i want to took i don't know more about that there's the dirtiest two brothers from bryant and eddie holland and a friend of their lamont don't that and so they develop this process by which i get may would all kind of prouder on a cannot point out some now it is maybe even give us on the man it's not this off season okay and when i found amazing is that they would create the total masur track like what you here on the song was created before ever a lyric was written and then they would give it to at eight with him toward term self for that and then what come the vocals as look to sort of last part of that production projects i was like so captivated by that that that they're with those assignments to the things that i experienced as harm no.
"eddie holland" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour
"I'm a there's envy it's one moving about the temptations and it's just a great but that moving but the music i'm i'm so beautiful and the most interesting part so that movie to me where the parts met sort of technical parts they would kind of show all these great producers and song writers and those for tissot hitting in this motown laboratory seasons became part of the move damage she very good he's assume none of whom starters football coaching from movies came and cam is sessions in motown studio a fan known as fun at the same time in school i was starting to get more into the is it's i was like him in cooley club him schooler matter on i took music there and they're roberts so i had no put and i words chart you know when where the chorus can then and how long the vs were and then when the chorus can back all these kinds of things about the songs the tried understand whether there was you know a formula part of this sort of we had obsessive personality has been he would look in i'm not so good see who broke disrupts and i would i noticed that lots of the ones that are a lot of where by a best mid it would just want and so i wanted to no more about that there's the berra these two brothers um brian and eddie holland and a friend the bears lamar those are and so they develop this process by which i do they would all kind of prouder on a piano point got some now it is maybe even give us on the man start this off season and when i found amazing is that they would create the total masur track like what you sheer on the song was created before ever a lyric was ripping and then they would give it to at eight good then courtroom sell for that and then what come the vocals us but to sort of last part of that production projects i was like so captivated by that that that they're with there was a science to the things that i experienced as harm no.
"eddie holland" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"They've been listen to a lotta motown music and is even the scene where they say we're not going to go to some party where we got to listen to your dad's musical your answer music is not a typical teenage sound track you tell me about the decision to include so much motown music and this and this found well city has this kind of hallway friend teddy is inspired by sixties money is a sixties mind today and he's he's a great wonderful lackey character played by monroe chambers and so i did a lot of research on mods and a big part of what odds listen to was motown music and paul in my producing partner did a workshop for the first was cut musical with original music written by the hall in brothers of holland is a home runs in those guys wrote every other motown hit you've ever heard on him and so and and ryan honda that was a really one out the american i put let's see if a home for us and to the sounds aren't easy to get your filmed arm oh my god no and they're like next on possible people like sure you never going to actually get the song it was it took is about seven months we started working on getting though songs before we even started filming and the hall brothers were super behind it but the way record companies with these giant record labels they get but they hold the rights they decide what happened in the zone classics they don't want to under value their classics and so we're working with it and you know brian in eddie holland bless their souls are incredible but there you know older gentleman who you know aren't using their computer a ton and so figure out how to just get this letter signed his letter of endorsement from them ended up with me and meeting i truly who works for them she was dress in all white and her why cadillac in told me demeanor at the burger telling at sunset and the brayan hollywood and i just had to show up there and she drove landed had a like that put.