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"eddie money" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"Single starts with I honestly love you let's see the singers first of five us top job shot toppers on the state of 1974 the Beach Boys went to number one in the u.s. album charts with endless summer the group's second u.s. number one yeah understand 1973 Elton John released the seventh studio album his best album I think goodbye yellow brick road I agree yeah under the working titles vodka and tonics and silent movies talking pictures I think we'd gone over this before Bernie Toppin wrote the lyrics to the album in two and a half weeks with John composing most of the music in three days and it's the seventh album but yep while staying at the Pink Flamingo Hotel in Kingston Jamaica goodbye yellow brick road is now sold over 30 million copies worldwide to make it is best on the state of 1970 Led Zeppelin 3 was released Atlantic Records isn't that my yep that's my pinball machine that's my favorite loads up on album cover on this day in 1967 the doors played the final night of a five-night run at Steve Paul scene in New York's New York City which is a shithole now I disagree I was there last week now come on okay on this day in discussion with you having moved to and living in London England Jimmy Hendrix Mitch Mitchell he's still giving me the finger no reading together for the first time as the Jimi Hendrix experience on the stay in 1965 Johnny Cash was arrested crossing the Mexican border in El Paso Texas after customs officials found hundreds of pills in his guitar hundreds of hundreds of pills Johnny liked his pills he liked this he did and he was sneaking across into the Mexican border yeah yeah crossing the Mexican border you mean my water was he was he a very money thing that's on Eddie money put out a yeah 11 top 40 hits he put out an album in 86 what is Marie Martin say that's a dream spans fuels that's a dream that's a dream that's a dream that's a dream for instrumental we should write that's a dream what's this spaniel's well we gotta give her a credit you know if we do it she knows her shit what is it she called me yoko but I can't deny she knows her shit she does all right you know what I'm gonna I'm getting payback I'm getting payback right now for the yoko oh no right here we go are you ready I don't I wonder let's see no no no she called me yoko Ernie I saw say this Marie Martin knows she knows a lot about music for a girl I will not go down without a fight but she's taking this show out to the end she's a trooper she's a mute or a girl yeah Joan Jett's a girl she could kick your ass Joan Jett might tell you otherwise he's said Lita Ford I saw her she gave me two two grumpy faces emojis see look at that you speaking for Marie right now and I okay okay hey I think Martin are we all Irish we can do that you know look at this this shows yeah three Irish three Irish people in a in an Italian don't push me girl no he's not a mean girl he's a nasty boy I'm a nasty boy all right let's get this done the Beatles in this day in 1962 the Beatles debut single let me do was released in the UK spent 26 weeks on the shot peaked at number 17 yeah George Martin said has said when love me do was released it was the day the world changed I could go with that and on this day in 1958 Cliff Richard of the shadows played their first gig together when they appeared at Victoria Hall in this day one of the same 1988 we don't care bonus day in 1985 don't care one in this day in 1978 Maroon 5 don't care bonus day in 77 and don't care born in the 80s we don't this thing is 66 presidents of you don't care one in this day in 61 county crows don't care bonus day in 1960 don't care when it's day in 57 okay I'll give this guy preppies just fucking awesome I'll give this guy credit I born this day in 1957 Lee Thomas the sax and vocals from the English spa been let's see our house in the middle of the street house born in the same 1955 Leo Barnes from the Irish rock group hot house flowers bonus day 1952 doesn't even say what he is born in this day in 1951 Bob I'm a douche Geldof he had too much airtime on this show you got it in for the guy that while he says way too much airtime on this show he's a fellow Irish sir sir douche Bob Geldof hey listen no I'm not listening are you done yet no is it Lord I got something to say when you're done are you done yet I sound like Jack I just had flashbacks to Jack well you know we're guitar players we think okay what do you have to say mr. guitar man this day I received the new Steve Wilson album who is my idol from England and I only listen to surround so I just want to say Lou this week on music relish I'll probably hijack the show and talk about the album okay all right I thought you're gonna talk about Tim buck three well no but Scott you know but but what no but you change format more than I do if you if you if Morrissey put out an album and you could only get it from England and you ordered it and you got it today you would say something I had to order this fucking thing from England I'd be excited yeah yeah so this is my guy Steve Wilson is my guy so you've got it so be happy you want to keep talking about it are you sure are you sure now are you sure accommodating car born in this day in 1950 we all we all appreciate this guy at least the three of us to British guitarist Eddie Clark yes yes that's Eddie Clark oh you know what I discovered but he had that band fast way which were like an 80s heavy metal band the singer Dave King formed fuck it was an Irish inspired band I was shocked that he went I thought that was the name of the band you said he formed oh fuck that was the name of the band you keep talking I know I plan on it born on this day don't care born in this day Oh Lucius Ross rhythm guitarist or funkadelic from 1968 to 71 he played on their first three albums are born in this day in 1947 let's see born in this day in 1945 some Irish guy oh he okay Brian Connolly sing with English pop group sweet ballroom blitz yeah Fox on the run little love is like oxygen those are three pretty decent songs right yeah they were he's not the singer yeah he died young yeah I died a liver failure in 97 it was the drink yeah an Irishman dying of liver failure imagine that born in this day in 1943 he's a joker he's a toka he's a midnight smoker my favorite Perry's favorite singer Steve Miller he is a good singer actually he is yeah he's a great guitar player I saw him back up journey he did he did he did well except for abracadabra that's where I was going but I think we all know that Lou I'm gonna reach out and grab you Richard Street from the Temptations ah let's see let's give this lady a little shout out born this day in 1941 Arlene Smith singer from the Chantel's let's see I got a little follow-up here well if King the heavy metal singer of way and no it wasn't dropkick Murphy's he formed flogging Molly what a different logging ball yeah that's like amazing yeah and finally born in this day in 1938 just because he's the last one on the list and he's ending the show Carlo Mastrangelo in honor of Italian Heritage Month Carlo Mastrangelo from Dion in the bell months Italo the biggest that big hit was run around sue keep the wave going to roll around suicide hey I think the wanderer was a solo they can wander resist Ian ah okay yeah in the mochi so there you go gentlemen there you have it that's the show we got it in in under two and a half hours see mark I did you I did you saw it today five minutes of sleep I like these Thursday shows cuz at least I only have to get to Friday you know so we can move it to Thursday I've moved any day you ever really I mean I don't care we could talk about it if you want hey that's whatever works you guys did we come up a Wednesday because a loose schedule or something huh really Lou how do you know I thought it was something where we had to move it to Wednesday but no you started that with Jack I did yeah actually Thursday would be better for me because all right stuff and my son comes down it's Todd Sockman gonna have to wait an extra day to be entertained to be entertained but you know okay well we'll start doing it on Thursdays Dr.
"eddie money" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Got to watch this company grow and grow and grow and realized that he had sold off 10% of the stake in the company for 2300 Bucks, and apparently if he had held all those stocks He'd be worth close to $100 billion, So he takes issue with that. He said. He probably lost out on tens of millions. Yeah, I mean, I guess it depends on what Like you can't since you can't go back and do it all over again, like Eddie Money says, Right. Uh, I guess there's always the thing of like, Well, yeah, but He always maintains. I would have gotten out after that before the big cash in any way, Probably so I don't like to look at it is that sort of a loss is what he tells himself basically or else. I would have gone totally insane a long time ago, but he did. Apparently, he wrote a Facebook s A and said, I probably that would have been around in 1980. Gotten some pretty good change, and I think, regrets it. Yeah, he said Had he known that and everybody is going to become a millionaire in four years. He definitely would have hung in there. But he just it's hindsight's 2020, you know? Yeah, and the Cherry on top here is pretty interesting, though. Yeah, he said he kept that contract the very first Apple contract that he drew up. And he kept it and he auctioned it off in the early nineties. Four. How much 500 simoleons $500. And then what happened? Not bad. It was just a piece of paper he had hanging around. Well, sure somebody turned around and auction it off. Years later in 2011 4. Almost 1.6 million. Poor Ron Wayne. Now that one's bad luck. I wonder what he did that with his life. Uh, he wrote essays on Facebook. No, I mean, nobody did Okay. Uh, yeah, I guess so. I'm not Steve jobs, Okay, but I doubt if you like, you know. Got to got a low wage hourly paying job. I don't know. Keep listening. You can hear the rest of this podcast and all of its episodes and discovered thousands of others. All available to you for free right now by downloading the I heart radio.
"eddie money" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Wayne got to watch this company grow and grow and grow and realized that he'd sold off 10% of the stake in the company for 2300 bucks. Yeah, and apparently if he had held all those stocks He'd be worth close to $100 billion, So he he takes issue with that. He said he probably lost out on tens of millions. I mean, I guess it depends on what, like you can't since you can't go back and do it all over again, like Eddie Money says, Right. Uh, I guess there's always the thing of like, Well, yeah, but He always maintains. I would have gotten out after that before the big cash in any way. Probably so I don't like to look at it is that sort of a loss is what he tells himself basically or else. I would have gone totally insane a long time ago, but he did. Apparently, he wrote a Facebook essay and said, I probably that would have been around in 1980. Gotten some pretty good changin and I think, regrets it. Yeah, he said Had he known that and everybody is going to become a millionaire in four years. He definitely would have hung in there. But he just It's hindsight's 2020, you know? Yeah, and the Cherry on top here is pretty interesting, though. Yeah, he said he kept that contract that very first Apple contract that he drew up. And he kept it and he auctioned it off in the early nineties. Four. How much 500 simoleons $500. And then what happened? Not bad. It was just a piece of paper he had hanging around. Well, sure. Somebody turned around and auction it off. Years later in 11 2004. Almost 1.6 million. We're Ron Wayne. Now that one's bad luck. I wonder what he did that with his life. He wrote essays on Facebook. No, I mean, I bet he did Okay. Yeah, I guess so. I mean, not Steve Jobs, Okay, but I doubt if you like, you know. Got to got a low wage hourly paying job. I don't know. Keep listening. You can hear the rest of this podcast and all of its episodes and discovered thousands of others..
"eddie money" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast
"It's a male soap opera. Though girls love to have female lead wrestlers in fact amber moons a friend of mine. you know. and she's like one of the top wrestler so it's like they do have that stuff It's just the companies. Don't put any real. it's not money. It's effort like eddie money's there but the effort i get annoyed with that and like i'm an anime person. I get the no of anime games and just like oh duty. I get it. You wanna milk these franchises because you know it's easy money but i'm just like i'm really confident. If like people put proper money behind wrestling game or proper money and effort behind anime game. Like you're going to get way more money than you think you will. But it's not gonna leave. How bad you see four was speaking. Oh my god man talk about like another sport where you would just. Why wouldn't you do it well because then you can merge it all together. Do you have a fence in your. You have see you could do. And they were thinking about that and it. It was fucking horrendous. It was unacceptable to release. It was just like looking at it. Going like what am i seeing. It is just terrible. The videos of the guys like spasms flying all over the place and likes flying off the day. Those are twenty top. Knock on my channel. I think the number one video on my channel is just me talking to a friend watching knockouts laughing because they're so dumb like they're just because they're broken. It's broken as a game what we're gonna do this broken. Yeah i mean you could also make really fun game anglo Show mill wrestling netflix netflix. Tv show you could do it on that as well. But but like their stoorikhel glow television show.
"eddie money" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Yeah but that that's one way or the other way would be if it's just a really ugly game if it's like a ninety two to ninety you've figured out us we figured out you and this is going to be a rock fight which i actually really think would benefit walkie. Where do you think out of two scenarios. What's more realistic. I think i think the other thing they can do is Is go to lopez a little bit more too. I mean we've i think it's something that a lot of people have talked about especially since they went to him after you down but this is kind of a series. It's tailor made for them to keep just pressing on on on on the front court. Yeah yeah and they're getting. I mean they're getting pressure points the perfect way to put it. 'cause i mean the wall it's kind of it's kind of like a young piece of cardboard really. It's not really wall It's it's getting closer to going down every day. Like you've kind of seen a few of those guys they've they've taken their hits and it's getting tougher and tougher so you know for me. I just think bring lopez off the bench even at this point or if you don't want to like make that big of a adjustment After after a win maybe do what you did in game one. Where or game four. Where they took him out. I think the seven minute mark. He wasn't having a great game but he was taking a bunch of threes which a- get is a. It's what he does. It's doing it's it's you can use for other things. You can use them for other things you can do both Especially with the second unit like you need a guy show up at home. You said you're not going to be guaranteed to get middleton to show up drew's been obviously very shaky on offense And brooke just feels like a guy that if you set upright. I'm not gonna say he's going to be a sure thing But he's been in this league for a long time. He's not going to be scared. And if you get him going against some of the smaller guys like he's really strong and he has really great such. He can shoot hoops over everybody in the second quarter if If they ended up beating that offense. I think that's something they should do But i think to your question though probably more likely to get a hot coddington game then to get an ugly books game on the At home i think. I think the sons can kind of go back to playing the beautiful game home. Yeah and they don't think about lopez is if you put lopez out there hunting him down on one hundred down mismatches. I'm gonna make you pay for that if i'm the sons. That's that's the one thing. But i was like bringing him off the bench though because i in that either Right the other thing though that lopez does for you and it's what's happening in this series to all of a sudden avi it stating the obvious the second chance points. I mean they're just overwhelming. It's just my my son. I watched the game with him. The last game and it was scream at the tv. We'll somebody eddie money box out and he wasn't even rooting for the sense. He's just rooting for someone to make a simple traditional basic basketball player on the defensive end of the floor which is like wendy boxing out become a lost art. For god's sakes but that's what's happening to. Yeah the sunset. A lot of unforced stuff like they're getting beaten Are of mischa off of their miss shots but they also weren't getting any second chance points either and if you're not getting either those not great and then the the how hard it was for them the score as soon as booker was in any sort of fouled charles that i just feel i just so i'm now ascending thirty five thousand feet above this series and tell me chris. Paul is actually hurt. I don't think phoenix is good enough to win the nba. Title with an injured. Chris pot now they only have to into the next three. But when you think of a seven-man team at this point seven and a half if you include torrey craig but it's not like he's going to be the main thing it just seems like such a tall task when on top of it from what we've seen from jaanus where Resilient i talked about it last night where he basically plays these three games in a row. That are all awesome for different reasons. Last night was his. Larry bird jacking. You're covering away back. When the the larry doesn't have his outside shot so he's going to go down again. Twenty one rebounds and just banks bodies get to the free throw on his fourteen times. And that's kinda we honest and he's like i don't totally have tonight. I'm a little tired. But i'm gonna set up other guys. I'm gonna crash the boards. I'm gonna play really good defense. I'm going to try to get fifteen rebounds and it to be. It was like weirdly. His greatest performance of the three games. Because i didn't feel like he had it. What did you think well. The thing is the one thing. You didn't mention his the eight assists. I remember when bud. I took over as the bucks coach. I said to him i was just shooting. The breeze weather was an interview. And i just like what's what's the most surprising thing about yoenis. He said i had no idea for a guy who hasn't played very much basketball. How good is court. Vision is how well he can see passing lanes. You know. i don't have to tell them about double teams approaching and went to get rid of the ball. How we can see you know. He's can you remember some of the cross court. No look passes. He's made to that corner that we were just talking about for the corner three and that's the thing that but you know his first instinct. That was what surprised him the most and ever since but said that i watched john exactly for that it eight assists last night at you know. I remember early on in the playoffs. Not even this series. All the pundits. A lot of guys are a lot smarter than me and of played the game more than at our level than me kept saying he's too limited. He's too limited a superstar. He you know this wall's going to work. There's only so much can do. He can't shoot free. Throws i just think that sellin him short because of your point there's many other ways he can affect change on the floor at one point in the game last night. I'm thinking jaanus man. You better step it up. You haven't scored. Your team can't win if you don't score more and i was wrong right. Well yeah. I would compare them the shack where he would that last. Four minutes of the game was always going to be the issue at them. But i do feel like he's figured out some stuff the last couple rounds how to not totally be a liability those last four minutes offensively because the free throw shooting and the fact that he can't shoot from the outside. I've been really impressed. I my ceiling for him. Just in my head as i think of him against the other great players and all that i've definitely raise that a couple levels. What about you sir. Yeah i think. I think he's kind of what he's done this season. He's just kind of proven that there's other ways for him to win and he's figured out how to consistently do that like there used to be stretches and now these last few games i just feel like there's a consistent aggression that you see from him and he knows exactly where to be. He knows who he can attack game three just him being able to get aid into foul trouble and then eaten was better better In game four but one of the first vows he picked up. John is getting into his body. And that's something that's actually like pretty difficult to do against atan because like that's that's just like how he doesn't foul it's and it's how he defends right that's why he doesn't block shots that's why everyone like. Hey why is your holiday missing. All these layups like well because aims kind of their am kind of being there as how he plays defense so at first. And i think it's still going to be. It's still going to be tough for you on us. He's a pretty good at making him. Miss layups He just keeps going and there's a lot of times where that just turns into something else. Good that happens like whether it's an offensive rebound or like he's had a couple just like passing the ball back and forth with pat coniston or or or it was portis or somebody else where he's just kind of like taking the old coaches approach of like just get the ball near the rim and something good will happen and that's just like that's a credit to the bucks to because they put a lot of pieces around him to to allow that to happen like is at box out really well like..
"eddie money" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Sorry to interrupt this little entry. But I was on our good friend John. Go fourths and our new friend Brents podcast Hysteria. 51 recently. Nice. Yeah, we talked about the Fermi paradox for like an hour. It was awesome. So go check that out as Syria 51 Go check that out. Okay, so plug out, right? So we're in 1976. Woz and Jobs have recruited one Juan Wayne Ron Wayne to be the adult in the room to help with engineering documentation. And it was actually Ron Wayne. Who, uh Who drafted the very first Apple contract and said, You know this is what they agreed on. He just make it up, which said how much everyone is going to get. He got 10% to jobs in Wozniak's 45. And he even created the first Apple logo, which was not the logo we know and love. Now it was a It was like a woodcut, um, style thing of Isaac Newton under the apple tree, right? That sounds terrible. I disagree. I think it sounds ugly. So, um, Ron Wayne the while he was very, very quickly. It was like, I don't know if this is my kind of place. I thought it was a good idea like what these guys are doing, But this company In a garage. Steve Jobs keeps taking acid during the middle of business hours. Um did he really Yeah. Wow. Steve Jobs. Thought he was pretty cool. From what I understand. Sure. Um, he, uh, Bronwyn was like, I don't I don't think I fit in here. Also. Apparently, he was worried that he was going to have to pony up for you Know, whatever business debts they incurred. I think that was a big deal. And he was, like, all right, I'm out. I'm out because he was an adult. And he was like, I've got a house and like, um, a real adult human like they're going to turn to me Certainly when they need dough. So he he cashed out in 12 days, 12 days after they established their contract and the contract was kept by Ron Wayne. Actually, we'll get to that in a second, but he cashed out for $2300.230,000 You say no 2300, which is still today we're is less than like 10 grand. Yeah. And he didn't even get it all at once. I got 800 right then. And then he agreed to take 1500 later and that was 1976 and 1980. Apple in public, and everybody involved became an instant millionaire and years later. It hit the trillion dollar mark for valuation and all the while, run, Wayne, get to watch this company grow and grow and grow and realized that he'd sold off 10% of the stake in the company for 2300 bucks. Yeah, and apparently if he had held all those stocks He'd be worth close to $100 billion, So he he takes issue with that. He said. He probably lost out on tens of millions. Yeah, I mean, I guess it depends on what Like you can't since you can't go back and do it all over again, like Eddie Money says, Right. Uh, I guess there's always the thing of like, Well, yeah, but He always maintains. I would have gotten out after that before. The big cash in any way, probably So I don't like to look at it is that's sort of a loss is what he tells himself basically or else. I would have gone totally insane a long time ago, but he did. Apparently, he wrote a Facebook essay and said, I probably that would have been around in 1980 gotten some pretty good change. And I think, regrets it. Yeah, he said. Had he known that and everybody is going to become a millionaire in four years. He definitely would have hung in there. But he just it's hindsight's 2020, you know? Yeah, and the Cherry on top here is pretty interest. Thing, though. Yeah, he said he kept that contract that very first Apple contract that he drew up. And he kept it any auctioned it off in the early nineties. Four. How much 500 simoleons $500. What happened? Not bad. It was just a piece of paper he had hanging around. Well, sure. Somebody turned around and auction it off. Years later in 11 2004. Almost 1.6 million. Poor Ron Wayne. Now that one's bad luck. I wonder what he did, though with his life. He wrote essays on Facebook. No, I mean, nobody did Okay. Yeah, I guess so. I mean, not Steve Jobs, Okay, but I doubt if you like, You know, you gotta got a low wage hourly paying job. I don't know. Keep listening. You can hear the rest of this podcast and all of its episodes and discover thousands of others. All available to you for free right now by downloading.
"eddie money" Discussed on 790 KABC
"A part of it. You're listening to advisers on call here with Greg Ramirez. I'm Jennifer Perry. This was the first single for any money who was actually a New York City cop before he pursued his music career. His real name Greg is Edward Mahoney. So close Eddie Money just shortened it a little bits, And he wrote that song with his guitarist Jimmy Lying about a couple struggling to hold on to their love during difficult times. But I appreciate people who could do something completely different and make a transition in their career when he went from a cop back in the day to a musician. What an amazing career transition. Yeah, different. Appreciate the Yeah, good for him and good for us, too. He left us with some really great hits over the years and no matter what you do for a living, whether it's things in hospitality, doctor's offices or if you're visiting retail stores right now, maybe you're working in manufacturing or other industries. You see this right now, Greg. Many places cannot hire enough staff to take care of their customers. Unemployment compensation is certainly attractive and may be to blame for a lot of this recent labor shortage. But is it possible Greg that maybe some people have decided to retire early after receiving maybe an unexpected break from their career? During the lockdown since such over this past year. No, like I talked about last week, you're paying these people too much money. You think that's the main contributor? Gets the main concern? Yeah, I mean, okay if I was young No, I obviously would not do this, but in their mind set of how they were brought up. You're making more money to stay at home to New York to work. Why would you do that? Right? There's no incentive for them to go because they're gonna make less. Yeah, So if you're going to make less, and you could sit at home to make more they brother did it And you know one of the things you see with the young today. He called their side hustle, which is, you know, making money on the side there getting government money, and they're making money by not reporting it. That's what they're doing. I mean, until the government wakes up, it says, Hey, we're not going to pay any more that forces and back to work. Then you're going to see them come back, But you know, I personally I'd rather be working, but You know, the mindset today has changed. Remember, this is the same generation that also wants their student loans paid for. They want no responsibility. They still think they're 12 years old to your room, but then they had They are like that because they live with their parents. You know how many people love have come across that that you know they're still living at their parents. And that's actually the parents should blame for that, because they should force responsibility on their kids. But that's something that wasn't done. It's changed because I know when you and I were growing up. Things were a lot different than how they are now. Yeah, And that's the thing we had to work Really hard possibility. Mom and Dad didn't allow us to just just sit in the basement forever, either. So just to be independent. Yeah, you know, you know, when you get your first house, we're gonna move out. We had to go to school, and now it's It's totally changed. I don't know what happened. Well, yeah, I don't either, but It's kind of a friendly reminder. The people that listen to this show on the weekend Scrag typically we did work hard to get there. And maybe it's time for a frank discussion with our kids and grandkids about what's expected of them. Maybe we need to get back to basics here. Well, I'll tell you, the one thing that I see is I see a lot of baby boomers. They want to make sure that their grandkids we've been in a great grandkids are working. Otherwise they're not going to get the money because ah, lot of you know, they come from that work ethic where You work hard for what you have, and nothing is given to you. They don't want to create trust fund babies, because, as you know, when kids don't have responsibilities, all of a sudden, they don't have a purpose because the money is given to them. It's not earned. So you know a lot of these grand parents. They don't want to have that. They want them to have responsibility, and then they don't want them to have that entitlement. They wanted to work hard. So you know, preventing those trust fund baby types in droves. And I'm not saying all trust what babies are like that. Obviously, there's some that workout, but a majority of if you look at case studies They don't do one society because they never work for it. Well, the really cool part about what you do for families. And oftentimes, Greg, you're working with multiple generations of one family. But you help people set up a state plans. You could actually get very specific and how You leave things to your kids or your grandkids, can't you? That's very true. Yes, that's very true. Some people call it control from the grave. But I don't. I mean, I think it's just keeping people's perspectives in the right place. I mean, sometimes the one thing that I've seen time and time again, personally and with my clients. I've been doing this for over over 23 years and when people pass away Degree that's involved with families and the people that want money. It's incredible. And the amounts don't matter. Be million dollars. It could be 500,000. It could be 10,000. Very sad, and it usually tears families apart because when something happens, families are not the same. What's on passes away. You know that this degree factor that comes out It's amazing or people that haven't seen their relatives of a long time that all of a sudden they're here. And guess what. You want that? How doubt they want that check? Even though you know, let's see. There was, you know, three or four brothers and sisters and is usually one that really takes care of Mom or Dad? Yeah, they're the only ones here in the back. And then all the sudden, you know, you got to pay them off because even though your parents saw what was going on, You got to do the right thing, And it's unfortunate. Yeah, The money makes people funny sometimes, but it was, certainly does you've shared some encouraging stories with us recently to about A few members of that younger generation that we were talking about and again. It's easy to criticize Millennials because of their bright spots rights, But yeah, But what do you think was the difference there in those cases? What did their mom and dad or Grandma Grandpa passed down to them? That made them more responsible? I think the fact that they're in a household where there was a mom and dad and you know, they saw the parents work and I think how they were raised. I mean, the In both cases that the Children of general adults were taught to, you know, work be self sufficient. And I think that's a huge difference. You know, when you see Mom and dad and Mom and dad are talking to you, and I think that you know how this country was built and what you need to do. I think that's important. Yeah, and so remember to pass those kinds of lessons on Toulon, her members of your family again. It's not that entire generation, but we do have an issue here and again. These are family conversations. And if you want to bring in members of your family and have that conversation with Greg there, or if you haven't thought about structuring, you're a state plan in a way that helps protect those members of your family that you're a little worried about. Let's talk about that calling for that complimentary consultation with Greg this weekend..
"eddie money" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"I've been there before. It's really nice place really fun place. It takes away the moniker of the Mist Ake on the lake, which normally is with Cleveland. Don't worry is long and one of the reasons is the Browns. But we'll get into that. But I'll tell you that Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is a fantastic place. I've got to say, though, David coach That I'm a little bias. I know we have Hitsville U S a in my hometown with very guardian Motown records, But I would love to see that be in Detroit because it but Cleveland had the money in Detroit. Didn't you were right when you have probably why? You know the problem with getting older Chuck. Besides, getting older is that people you grew up with listening to pass away and it's been a sad year for me because a personal friend of mine any money passed away this year, as well as rich Rico cases in the cars and so probably some others, too, But this has just been lately and it Z. Unfortunate, but that's happens and now I want to say it's personal note about any money. We interviewed him and we are putting together an audio discs. Chuck of the show. We used to do the with Happy show. Yes, and we interviewed Chris Berman on that show. We interviewed Bob your We interviewed Mark Johnson for the U. S. Olympic hockey team, 1980 the miracle and what they call that were Kalon a nice way. Also. It interviewed Eddie money and decided to put any money on that disk is well into three disc set and I really to this day. Think that any money was probably the best interview I ever had. He was such a entertaining and high energy guy. I'm just very sad moment for me. When I found out he passed away was the thing about that generation of rock and rollers. It was just a very special time and you didn't even talk to millennials today. About their taste in music, and they're going to go back into those days were that he was a prominent along with many, many others. So let's talk about going forward. Now. Let's talk positive about making sure you have a proper plan, folks. And if you are with the next 20 people call Before we leave for the rebel a break Right now we're gonna put together for you a three step process that will create a comprehensive financial and retirement plan that align with your financial goals and your values. Now, first we're gonna help you understand what money means to you and how it fits into your life. Then we're gonna organize your finances. So you have a crystal clear picture of where you currently stand right now. Also going to do a look at your financial goals. Not only now, but into retirement short, medium and long term goals. And,.
"eddie money" Discussed on Inform Me Podcast
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"eddie money" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Bracket is possible can can really make a big difference in the bottom line of your retirement income. I think you're hitting on some coach because so many people they don't even think about taxes. They're thinking about their bottom line. A taxes could be huge, Huge head to you. Now, I think you've got a little little segment on annuities right here, don't you? Absolutely. Do I think one of our team members here was inspired by your interview with Eddie Money kind of took the annuity to a whole new level looking at it from a rock star perspective. Check this out. How are annuities like rock stars? There's so much confusion about annuities and not enough awareness that they're different kinds of annuities. Some people may want to shy away from them because of something they heard. So to clear up the confusion. It may be easier to compare annuities to rock stars. Here we go give it up for the variable annuity band. Oh, yeah, The crowd's loving it. They very well could get announced standing show. They certainly deserve it because they paid enough for the tickets. Now that's if the very Mila knew it. E band shows up sober into the mood to perform that night instead of being late and then picking a fight with people in the front row. Killing your shit. That's after tearing up their hotel room before and driving the concert organizers crazy with ridiculous demands in their rider. Variable annuities perform well when the stock market performs well that the economy's booming you're rockin with a variable. However, they can also loses. Much is the market, so there's a big risk and they're expensive with riders. Some account mortality and expense fees. Now, ladies and gentlemen, the fixed annuity ban You're going to get a decent show. You don't have to worry that they won't show up. No fights with the audience members, no biting heads off rodents, but it's just a decent show. Step up on the loose a hotel lounge cover bad You see fixed annuities are very reliable. They're immune from market downturns, but the rate is fixed. It doesn't change. That means that while there's no risk, they also earn less than other annuities during good market times. And finally give it up for Brooke's fixed indexed annuity ban. The crowd loves them. They really love them..
"eddie money" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Your interview with Eddie Money kind of took the annuity to a whole new level looking at it from a rock star perspective. Check this out. How are annuities like rock stars? There's so much confusion about annuities and not enough awareness that they're different kinds of annuities. Some people may want to shy away from them because of something they heard. So to clear up the confusion. It may be easier to compare annuities to rock stars. Here we go give it up for the variable annuity band. Yeah, The crowd's loving it. They very well could get announced Standing show. They certainly deserve it because they paid enough for the tickets. Now. That's if the very Mila knew it. E band shows up sober into the mood to perform that night instead of being late and then picking a fight with people in the front road. That's after tearing up their hotel room before and driving the concert organizers crazy with ridiculous demands in their rider. Variable annuities perform well when the stock market performs well that the economy's booming you're rockin with a variable. However, they can also loses. Much is the market, so there's a big risk and they're expensive with riders, sub account mortality and expense fees. Now, ladies and gentlemen, the fixed annuity ban You're gonna get a decent show. You don't have to worry that they won't show up. No fights with the audience members, no biting heads off rodents, but it's just a decent show. Step up from this. A hotel lounge cover bad you see fixed annuities are very reliable. They're immune from market downturns, but the rate is fixed. It doesn't change. That means that while there's no risk, they also earn less than other annuities during good market times. And finally give it up for Brooke's fixed indexed annuity ban. The crowd loves them. They really love them. Great band Great ticket price They show up. They put on a great show. You've got nothing to lose with this man. Fixed indexed annuities pulled from the best.
"eddie money" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
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"eddie money" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
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"eddie money" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast
"Lisa. Evert's i like these ever know. Lease is the is the angie martinez of the streets. Every seven hour work. You've been around for a long long time. I used to hear on the radio honey. Proper live a hip hop news and shake. It's nice to listen to the radio. Have radio i remember you remember back in the day before the internet when you had to sit down and listen to the radio. Classic yossi brazila without name. She dug up that you dug up a cat zero breaks. Yeah know what what are they doing. Should dug up a cat flow management. Cheating on a majesty as you went scary movies on moore movie pet cemetery i a it was actually fucked up interest. Got it really was it was it is it was what it was filming. A guy remake everything you know. It just wasn't in was so it was trying to do you when i fuck with this. It was it was kind of different to what the horror movies. Even though it was a rehash the movie a sequel is it was so different than what is coming out nowadays. Right oh your pets okay A under the premise. Now you we felt like that to not having a pair. If you had a pet we can say the same to a family member who died. you know. i used to tell myself i. I wish there was some place where i can. I can dig up. Dig up at a time. I had i. I got i had a fan. I was like fanning out over. Like when i first heard to talking bigger some shit not the same day but i was like i was i. I remember i went to one it was. It was his moore on in harlem. On and i was i was i was in place i could. What if it was when that was real young. Show i i you know. I thought this this hispanic. I was living spazzy but what i can i can you know. Go to the cemetery in No up say some kind of Do some kind of ritual some type of. That's how that's how much that's how crazy is touching these You know I said i walk me as this is not a witchcraft ocean. Vote believe that like over here on the cross rules would take all crossroads ritual. Miss my uncle charge exactly you. You have already. Eddie money's not the bones in harmony shoot a ritual that when saying you cross roles like the crosstrek astle bids right whatever you want that you want a master so you can bring a guitar. Let's wanna be the best computer program. I would take my computer programs. Judah bring it to the crossroads and supposedly at a certain time you can meet up with the devil and you basically selling your soul for mastering that thing that you bring so. There's a lot of people in the music industry do this. I don't buy it firstly. i personally don't buy it. Because i don't believe in all that nonsense but i i've i've wanted to do things to get my ways to bring people back alive to ask certain things that's right. I know that table should exist. What i do is cry to. God is awesome some higher power. A you know In disclosed like my doors and his cries from shea spray was room. I was religious in a certain sense I believe there's something. I didn't know what was dead in. This is like this. I'm like ten eleven twelve. So i i was i was i was awaiting visas like hey i was why everybody's out playing. I used to thank joe. We're gonna die one day i was. I told robin that she say that's not normal funding. Anything like that. Not a kid not not not not a kid but Moving from that rain. That's what you were saying I've always heard about that but not a mandate on people in issue doing it. I heard that was. I heard that made from so we all heard it. I miss some of his heard. It go down to the crossroads shake as you That is. That's that's kinda fucked up a equate that to Certain artists seven. Seventy eight seventy seven. So what you know to get what they want to get to get. What they feel like is really important in that time money too. That's including everything else. You all might. Y'all my grandma. Grand grandma gabe gave gave my brother book on when he was younger and he told me the book has all different types of elle's some shit. I know where the book is sp. I can't like as far as books. Where isn't the page. But if you say if you read it out like a certain amount of times it should know con- control incantations that we sometimes like that. Yeah i don't know the terminology but something like that. I never did myself Seen the book is when i was younger and he showed only. He's i don't focus shit like that but the only thing i did was it was a spell in its Quite.
"eddie money" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"That means when the market goes down market goes up and down all around by the way and We don't look at political events and we don't we don't try to trade on that. You become a day trader. You end up losing money. That's hotel bars done studies del bars in the agency and that right outside of Boston, Mass. And they study investor behavior and fear and greed of the two biggest emotions to get everyone in trouble. There's something called foam. Oh, that I've heard my daughter say, fear of missing out? Sure. So you see a start going up like crazy. Well, you don't wanna be right behind you Jump in and the day you jump in Everyone who's already in decides to sell on Then what happens it goes down and so we can't invest like that. But they're all bar said that the average investor that does start to try to day trade or trade on news. That kind of thing ends up making about two times less. Then someone an index fund. Wow. So if an index fund is performing like 8%, you finally make about 4%. Now, these are just numbers and some people do great When you go to Vegas is always somebody winning. And there are a whole bunch of people that are people, right. Well, you hear about like the joke here, My family was my brother. Bob used to go to Vegas three times a year. And once every four years you call and tell me how good he's doing. Eggs. Simple. Man says he wasn't doing that good. If he was he'd have a private jet. By now. Many times he's gone. There has done real good, but we don't hear about the bad, Sure, just like market You always hear about the good pics, but you never hear about the bad picks are a lot of bad picks out there so big assure you have that proper diversification and you're in the right place. That's what we do in our three meeting process with you, and that's what the Golden ticket entitles you to is $1000 value. But if you call right now we'll open the phone lines right now You'll get this little green Book of life. But you get that golden ticket which is more valuable anything right now in these days, Absolutely that number to call 806 617383 800. 6617383 or you can text the word plan to 21,000 plan to 21000. I love this conversation. Because it is true. You do so much behind the scenes when you're helping folks prepare for retirement. You got that fear report. Attacks. Analysis. The Social Security review the inflation plan, the long term care of you, I could keep going on and on. At the end of the day, though, the total income plan eyes a big focus of this is well, Thomas has been paying attention. Yes, he has. Well, the most important parts, I think, are the income bridge. All right. What's what's in income Bridget's going from when you're getting income from your employer toe. When you get in income from yourself. You have to bridge the income because what you're used to making a salary when you retire. Basically this hour's gonna eventually stop. Isn't it? Sure. And so when it stops, something else has to start back up. It's like a relay race. All right, so the guy ran real good around the track in the hands of baton off and the other guys not ready yet. He's smoking a cigarette. Not good, everyone That wouldn't be the guy in the relay race anyway. It's like the horse race with a big fat jockey of me. Which witch doctor, you're gonna bet on the skinny one or the fat one. I'm going little going little well, and it's kind of sad to say that a lot of people are trying to hand that baton off to Social Security. Who's probably more like the guy smoking. You should a twist. You know, he's gonna walk around the track. Or you need somebody running around the track every single year. The rest your life, and you don't need somebody falling down right when you need him, the most sure, And I think a lot of people out there coach are thinking, okay, I've got Social security. That's my net. That's not always the case. No, you're right. And so longevity risk we talk about to Social Security will pay some bills. But the longer we live, the more the bills are gonna be. Just because things get more expensive, and we get less healthy. Yeah, it's a fact of life, isn't it? And so we just need to make sure that if you are in the process or you or you or you are saying yourself right now you're seeing yourself. It's time for me to protect my retirement. Make sure my family safe then this is definitely the time to call and make sure you have the right plan put together and so We also I've got another desk here. Chuck Kate. Neither chuck it in the Hall of Fame broadcaster for the Carolina Hurricanes free, I think, 39 years. Thank you very much Coach and him and I did a show years ago with a couple years ago called this happy Show. And on that we interviewed Ron Francis, who played for the Carolina Hurricanes. Bob your famous Boston Bruins with player who's also a financial advisor. Now remember Bobby Orr Hall of Famers, the Flying goal like he got tripped and he was shooting. I think it's against ST Louis in the puck went in, so I don't know, but it's a flying gold. Back in the day. Gary Bettman, the commissioner, that NHL Rocky Bleier, one of my best all time buddies, he was a fullback. The Pittsburgh Steelers when they won those four Super Bowls, and he's not that big by the way to be a fullback Well, and he's a veteran. I mean, e. I mean so so many great stories about rock well, basically went to volunteer to go serve in Vietnam got half his toe blown off, then came back and played for Pittsburgh and won the four Super Bowls. Really story success story right there. Incredible Eddie Money one of my all time favorite. We've talked about that before the great rock and roll legend he passed away, Unfortunately, but Not before I interviewed him really good interview Chris Berman from ESPN. Good names. We call her very cold from the Carolina Hurricanes, so we'll also give you this disk. It's really good, really good Interviews on here and live Happy show was a fun show. We'll probably bring that back eventually. Hi, great. Let's do this. Let's give this little green Book of life out. Let's give this golden ticket out. Let's give the live happy show disc out, and I've got another DVD called the Five Keys to successful retirement. It's a DVD that Thomas and I put together and not too long ago. Well, make sure you get it in everyone's hands. Thomas the next 20 people call We'll get this goody bag at no cost or obligation, the most important part to me. I think it should be to you is you also get that golden ticket which will entitle you to make sure you have that total retirement plan that we will do for you. Number one will educate you on where you are right now, which is very important and light and enlightening, but number two Design a plan based on what you say you want to have happen in the future number one will tell you that's possible or not, And if it's probable we'll put it together for you in writing, so they'll be no doubts. Gimmicks or games all the way through your life because we practice three main ingredients that every plan we do we wanna have growth. We won't have protection of that growth. In other words, once you get it, we don't want you to give it back. Walk those gains in and then when you decide we want you be able to activate your lifetime income account. We call it the financial Philip strategy. So the next 20 of you go. I'll be looking forward to meeting you. I'll sign a couple other books that I've written. I've written eight of now, but make sure you get that little green Book of life and make sure you get that golden ticket right now. That number is 806 617383 806 617383. You can also text the word plan to 21,000 P l. A in 2 to 1000 folks. This is why we want to give you our listeners the opportunity to review your individual plans for retirement. You can find out if there are any potential red flags that could cause problems for you down the line with your current plan or advisor..
"eddie money" Discussed on Pantheon
"So creatures of the night kicks off with the self titled song creatures of the night let. The song is a great opener. Killer opener you know during the verses. It's pretty simple. It's that chugging kind of metal melody to it One of my favorite parts of the song is a little break down in the middle. Then it kind of veers off into the solo. That reportedly is done by steve. Farris of mr. Mr. so it's a good song You know let. Let's take a- take a couple of seconds ages to get into some of the details about what makes this drum sound the sound that it is you know some of the technical aspects that michael jeans jackson did him in some of the other produces. They did some things with eric where they put him in a completely separate room. In the hooked up microphones that were near him. They hooked up microphones that were far away from him. They put microphones in elevator shafts. They did all kinds of crazy production things and then they were remixed after the fact to get that echoey booming bombastic. Sound that you hear on this album. And they tried to duplicate it again or maybe they didn't try to duplicate it again. It depends on who you talk to but that is the iconic sound of this album. Kicks off right here with creatures of the night that title track. Yeah so one of the things. Gene makes a point to say when. I did a demo. I did it on my four track. I used one of eric cars drum loops that had this big echo. We southbound and once i played it back for our then producer michael james jackson. Everybody thought that sound would be a good thing to use for the whole record so in some ways this is him talking about the making of i love it loud which will get into i. Love allowed became the spark that lit the creatures of the night album sound. So it's this only bringing this up because of the so. Apparently it's not the elevator shaft. michael james jackson. Yeah it's eric carr. it was me i created. I created the heavens. And i created the oceans and i created it all those it. Well the other thing jean created to if you look at it in behind the mask gene also created the name because he said i'm the guy that gave him the james in the middle up until then he was michael jackson. You can't call yourself michael jackson. What are you on crack. all right. X t magin the audacity the balls to be like i gave you the name that you use in. Your entertainment personality came through me. Gene simmons from kansas things and his another great commendable creatures of the night gene claims. I didn't play based on that song. I remember some guy sitting there playing bass. And i said gee that sounds good. Leave it really your gene simmons the bass player and and some guys playing bass. You like just leave. It sounds pretty good. I only pitchers than playing. And he's like wings in the studio and he's like juul. Oh we leave it. That guys good good. It's it's the. Would that makes it good anyways. Tom creatures of the night written by paul stanley. Adam mitchell. It was a single. It made it to number twenty two mainstream rock. It was the first single released it was also released in uk. And i think he made it to number thirty four. There didn't go anywhere in the u. s. Yeah and the version on a live. Threes better whoops. I didn't say that allowed oops. Paul plays the rhythm guitar in the beginning of the song. Supposedly adam mitchell plays the rhythm guitar in the middle and the end. Even fucking get it. It's eric is yeah is on the drums. A guy that was in total named mike poor. Caro plays bass yes Steve farris from mr mr lead guitar in gene just those backing vocals. So this is one of the songs that was on the nineteen eighty five. That was a reissue. Yep the reissue. Remix of the reissue was done by david whitman. Who i think later on sings. Backup on one of these songs. Says the song was just a remix. Had a little remorse. Reverve you're right tom. It's on a live three It's on the box set such a car. It's all millennium. It's on kiss rock vegas in used to be the opener for during that period creatures in the night and lick it up and then it kinda die and then we like not died yet. It went to the middle of the set in analyze in style and they kind of return for revenge in kiss my ass. Tour hasn't really been seen since except for a kiss cruise. Which is funny because i think it is a great live song. I think it's got some great energy. I think those verses with a two could you. Could you know like that. I actually i think it's a great groove. That's why i love the alive. Three version so the drum opening pretty iconic. Yeah you know and then you go right into that like you said that you could almost like thinking of. I was made for lovin. Your something good. Good lyrics backing vocals of good guitars. Very good that long solo. God bless his soul. Bob mueller. that's the greatest solo and kiss history. Mike lynch. Let's not go overboard. It's a good solo but bothers to claim that it was the best that kiss ever did. No that's the one we're supposedly remember. We talked about it during our kissing. Eddie van and van halen episode when God bless eddie. Van halen may rest in peace to was talking about maybe joining kiss or doing something. He was fed up with the band. He was there for all that. And supposedly he heard steve ferris's solo said well. Why don't you just get this guy. Asked the band. Yeah exactly and if you read. There's some excellent parts from a previous episode. We did greg. Prado's awesome book truly unmask previous episode of ours whereas they talked to steve farris any talks about like his interaction with kiss how he even recording. That was the first record. You really played on And he didn't know. Was he going to get hired. He come back. Maybe you know maybe you'll be on the band. Maybe you won't end up being like eddie money. And then mr mr took off. He said later on. He ran into paul and paul was like you know happy for him and congratulated him on the success of his ear and that they've been keeping says they're they're great guys and they used to hang for a while but it's interesting. It's interesting part in the book. And take it off. Speaking of greg prato. Also greg prato also wrote the eric car story in that book to there's tons of information about about creatures of the night and the production. He talks to michael jackson etc. Greg prato we've had him on the show. He was great too. Great kiss books for you to pick up especially if you're interested in creatures of the night the song was written atom mitchell's house. Paul said he knew immediately that it would open up the album. So basically i mean. The song is an excellent song. Great way to start the album and it's been for while as a concert staple ready.
"eddie money" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
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Eddie Money's estate files lawsuit claiming medical negligence, wrongful death
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Howard and Robin Sing 'Baby Hold On' With Eddie Money and Dee Snider in 1987
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Eddie Money, "Two Tickets to Paradise" singer, has died at age 70
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Family says Eddie Money, 'Two Tickets to Paradise' singer, dies at 70
"News sad news from the music world singer Eddie money has died at the age of seven. a statement from his family says that the singer behind the songs two tickets to paradise baby hold on take me home tonight among others passed away early this morning Eddie money recently announced that he was battling stage four esophageal cancer once again AT bunny dead at the age of
Eddie Money, 'Two Tickets to Paradise' singer, dies at 70
"Nineteen seventies and eighties rocker Eddie money has died Phil Hewlett reports. the singer died Friday following complications from states for esophageal cancer he announced his diagnosis on his reality show real money his big radio hits include take me home tonight baby hold on and two tickets to paradise he is survived by his wife of more than thirty years Lori and five children Zachary Jessica Joseph Julian and does with any money dead at the age of
Eddie Money, "Two Tickets to Paradise" singer, has died at age 70
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Eddie Money, ‘Two Tickets to Paradise’ Singer, Dies at 70
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Rocker Eddie Money announces he has esophageal cancer
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Eddie Money announces he has stage 4 esophageal cancer
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