17 Burst results for "FATHER MCKENZIE"

"father mckenzie" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast

Metal Mantra Podcast

08:02 min | 2 weeks ago

"father mckenzie" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast

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"father mckenzie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:18 min | 2 months ago

"father mckenzie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"W I C independent journalism in the public Interest, 93.9 FM and AM 20 NPR News and the New York conversation. Helen. Picks up the rice in the church, where a wedding has been I've sent a tree waits at the window. Wearing the face that she keeps in a jar by the door. Who is it for? To fail come from Father Kensi. Riding the words of a sermon that no no one comes Name lookat working. Darning his socks in the night when there's no buddy, What does he came along? They'll come from Only To all these Ellen. Every bee. Died in the church. Shan was very long little buddy came father McKenzie, wiping the dirt from his hands as he walks from the grave. No one was saved balls where? Tio These, You.

"father mckenzie" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

04:07 min | 9 months ago

"father mckenzie" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

"Number seven living is easy with eyes is closed misunderstanding. All you see. It's getting hard to be someone but it all works out. It doesn't matter much to me. What Beatles Song had those lyrics number seven number seven question number eight you were made to go out and get her number eight? You were made to go out and and get her. What's that Beatles? Song number eight number nine dear sir or Madam. Will you read my book it. It took me years to write. Will you take a look number nine dear sir or Madam. Will you read my book. It took me years to write. Will you take a look and number ten. Two of these left to go father McKenzie. Writing the words of a sermon that no one will hear father McKenzie. Writing the words of a sermon sermon. That no one will hear number ten and the bonus question for two points. Who was the oldest member of the Beatles and who was the youngest signify the answers by saying name oldest name youngest or looking for the oldest and youngest member of the Beatles number eleven? Those are all your questions for the Beatles Quiz today. I'll be fun playing along. We'll be right back with a sound effect and the answers here. We go with the answers to Beatles. Lyrics let's see how you did on today's quiz someone to love. Somebody knew someone to love. Someone like you was from love me do that. That was the Beatles Song in question. Love me do number two. I am here. I am he as you are he as you are me was I am the Walrus Cuckoo cuckoo number two. I am the Walrus number three when I touch you. I feel happy inside that was from. I WanNa hold your hand a very risque song for its day. I WanNa hold your hand number four four. Take these sunken eyes and learn to see blackbird singing in the night blackbird number four number. Five when I get to the bottom I go back to the top of the slide. Helter skelter her number five helter skelter number. Six pools of sorrow waves of joy are drifting through my open mind possessing and caressing me. That was across the universe which is also a a pretty cool movie musical from ten years ago or so across the universe number seven living is easy with eyes closed misunderstanding. All you see strawberry fields forever or ever. That was that one strawberry fields number eight. You were made to go out and get her. Hey Jude. Hey Jude number. Nine dear Sir Madam. Will you read my book Doc. That goes perfect with the self publishing. PODCAST that I plugged at the beginning of the show. It is paperback right. TAP paperback writer number. Ten father McKenzie writing the sermon. German that no one will hear would be eleanor rigby. She keeps her face in a jar by the door. And this guy is a UNHEARD PRIEST FATHER MCKENZIE number ten and the bonus the oldest member of the Beatles was Ringo Starr. He's still kicking looking pretty good for his age. Ringo Starr and the youngest member was George Harrison. Those Are Your questions. I hope you'll learn something about the Beatles today or he had fun playing along with the lyric related questions. We've done Beatles stuff on the show before so if you want to listen to it. Go back and search on Google Trivial Buds Beatles. And you will find something. Also I've been doing Beatles Bingo at the start of the year here in two thousand twenty around Southern California so so we play Beatles songs and you mark them off on your Bingo Card when you hear the song that's on your car and we'd get five in a row you get like a discounted beer or a cousy or something cool from from the trunk of my car so check out all the Bingo events as well as trivia events at Trivia with BUDS DOT com. It's time for the question of the day brought to you by funky monkey designs of San demus California. What magazine started publishing spy-versus-spy in one thousand nine hundred sixty one? What magazine was that? Tweet me your answer at Ryan. Buds Email Ryan buds gmail.com to be eligible for a prize. Yesterday is questioned. The answer was Mr October. Reggie Jackson and your Trivia team name of the day. Is Mike. Tyson Chicken Mike Tyson chicken. Thanks for listening. Thanks for telling a friend. We'll see you tomorrow for more Trivia with me cheers.

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"father mckenzie" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"father mckenzie" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"You know that's what made them so great for boys that you didn't have to fall in love with Paul McCartney you can fall in love with the idea being one of the Beatles and. And so I think Ringo is is unbelievably key ingredient in that in that mix. I've just realised now by removing the Beatles from the <hes> the equation you've also removed hard day's night and help from the equation wonder how Richard Leicester's career caught on in the wake of that W I disagree on this a bit because I'm a huge fan of holidays night and I think he likes help more but maybe Richard Lester would've used that year to make an astonishing a stonking ah yes yes precisely and when you were writing this movie. Did you did your wall resemble Jacksonville in this film because he when he's trying to remember Beatles songs has <hes> almost a serial killers wall chart. Yes Uh what I did do is I filled my room with photos of the Beatles just so many great things I'd put them in tacky frames and have you know album covers and gorgeous photos that I've got <hes> ah but what I was listening to the Beatles that was my contract with myself because I couldn't cheat so I did try and remember as many songs as I could and stick them up on the wall and think which is such a pleasurable writing experience because you know normally you right and you're on your own but I sort of filing cabinet of Beatles tunnels. I could say well we we. He's he's in dispatch ooh help that'll be handy so it was it was a great pleasure picking this seventeen gene songs or whatever we've got you down. I wouldn't even look imagined doing a Beatles movie without and I love her or but the big thing was that the more famous ones were funnier. Yeah you're going to sit down and your parents living room and play the song. It probably shouldn't be not a second time you know probably should be let it be and so that that kind of helped that I went for rule fame a lot of the time okay okay I. I couldn't help but notice on Jack's wall. He put up revolution nine. Yes I'm fascinated to know how jack is going to replicate revolution his day but I don't think he's going to do the thing yeah tomorrow. Never comes not so you'll never get the words for the benefit of Mister Kite. Oh no no yeah all come together. No no no one I can never remember that myself. All you need is love and if you remember that fabulous photo of Elvis Costello at live aid know where he'd written on his hands in black felt pen nothing you can do the copy done nothing you can say the Kombi Son. Do you know what I mean. Because you get the lines right. I was other hand. He has all you need is love yeah so at least remember well. That's one of the things you think Oh. I know this all the people all the lonely people. Where do they come from but you gotta get that Father Mckenzie and the rice why why that song particular that's the one that eludes Jack throughout the film? He was just one of the ones I want..

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"father mckenzie" Discussed on I Read Comic Books

I Read Comic Books

10:48 min | 1 year ago

"father mckenzie" Discussed on I Read Comic Books

"The letter trying to recognize normal Meemaw, all these abnormal and supernatural things are happening around them in there, trying to find logical reasons to explain them, but with a character like this ice cream man, who was seemingly all powerful, and is here to just screw with the city or something. I don't really know. We don't really know we don't. Discover that by the end of this volume really. But he's here. And he's causing all this crazy stuff to happen. I mean, the little boy in the first issue having spider. That's just happenstance, I guess, but the him ignoring things, I think is part of the ice cream man's influence. Right. And we can get into more of that later. But I just thought that I liked the idea that the two detectives are kind of the baseline to understand normalcy in the city, because it seems to me that this wasn't strange until the ice cream man showed up. And where that what that means, and where that's going, we, you know, we, we follow that a little bit more in the next two issues. But I'm really curious. We should we should move until you to talk about the issues. I'll we can about. Say there's one final note at the sort of the end of issue to that I do find kind of curious that shapes things, I think, as we go down the road in that's that one Marazov such a good job of framing the initial discovery of the ice cream man's van as of it almost sort of appeal appears out of nowhere in front of her. So, of course, I was kind of led to wonder like was the ice cream and totally intending on her basically setting her up so that she used it. And then when she comes back to the house, and she, they're discussing her, wrecking the van ice cream and says to her, don't worry about it. I've got plenty, which, yeah is a very weird line to me, and it's like, really you're just rolling around with tons of these or is it more like the ice cream you have, and you're able to materialize these things out of nowhere. So I found that very odd and it just only adds mystery of who he is. And what he can do. What he's about. But. Yeah. Issue three. The kaleidoscope effect is music notes in guitars. So you have sort of a kickoff there and your following a sixties band called, bud Hickey in the rockets. They look very much aesthetically an air wise, like we're dealing with a nineteen sixties Beatles sort of thing. I do believe he talks kind of like go ahead like the, the, the, the, the song that man, I'm blinking all this stuff for back to the future. Kinda reminds me of back to the future, right? As the character, that's creating this like rockabilly style fifties late fifties era music. And he created this one hit wonder like but Hickey we meet, but Hickey in his adult age in the in the modern time where he's this old man who is lost everything. But it turns out he was a one wondering, I realize I kinda jumped on that, but I thought there was like this weird analogy to, to back to the future. When I first started the issued at turns out, I was totally. Wrong because the issue goes in a completely different direction that I not sure that I liked. But I'm not sure that I disliked. So go ahead. Yeah. I, I would say that this is the issue that I'm either unsure whether I liked it or not, or unsure, what I was supposed to take away from it in some ways. But yeah, I obviously, you have this issue that's sort of an exploration of what happens like creatively. When you've you've had this big hit, and he talks about. I think the song's called what rock and roll all the time. I think. Works. It totally works for what that era of music was right. Andy a huge hit. It gets translated into fifteen languages, he talks about how he had to go into the studio when record all of these learn all these different languages. I think he says, like I learn Portuguese. So people could sing it in Lisbon or something like that. You know, here's a massive hit, and, of course, inevitably, you know, the way that these things work, he's now older, we find out, it was a one wonder he's an alcohol ick. He goes to this cheap. Greasy spoon. Diner every day he lost his family, his houses shit at cetera et cetera et cetera. And of course, he's lamenting the fact that he was never able to, to follow it up. And, you know, right on cue here comes is cream in pushing his cart into the diner where bud presently sits, which is a real fucking alpha move considering the health inspector would be like, hey, like you know, you can't. Bring in outside food. That's naturally. Where my mind went sure, okay? Yeah. Let's get into logistics of FDA in this fucking. Yeah. Natural sell him is cream in a restaurant that isn't even his own. So it's like, wow I'm like, you know this guy's got balls on them. So it's interesting 'cause he the Di turns to him to ice cream and he goes, oh, Rick, that's your name, right? And ice cream and goes, well that's one of them, and I'm like, buddy like try to even hide the fact that you're some evil mystical demon or whatever bullshit, he's like you're not even trying. He's like, yeah. That's one of mine. The other one's Beal's. No. I commands like man, I don't even care about hiding how much of a weird freak. I am like doesn't matter to me. You want some ice cream. Yeah. Here's a free ice cream in, of course, it's like a the most sinister face, you could have is he hands over this ice cream. And we watch bud walk home, which has a really interesting callback. I don't know if you saw that there's a missing cat poster on one of the oh, I didn't see that. I did see that. Okay. Okay. Yeah. And he goes home in he starts hearing music coming from his basement, please note, the musical notes that you see coming from the basement, those are the original musical notes that you see coming from ice cream man's truck. You see him a couple of other times as well. I think our eighth notes in red yellow and blue, I believe. Yeah. So, of course, he opens up the door and he enters into this fucking insane. Epic fantasy dream scape, basically, yes, it feels like someone who lived through the sixties and seventies, basically fell into a fantasy world all a something like die. Right. Like, I, I don't mean to directly compares to a book, that's not even related to this. But if feels like take all the ideas that you would have about cool Sifi as well, as you know, over Arkin organizations that would come out of something of fifty or sixty spy novel and deals like David Bowie space epic narrative sort of shit, which is fitting actually literally have Ziggy stardust self go ahead. Mike seventy and we, we don't know we meet these characters that are representations of characters from song. So we meet rocky wreck wreck Owen. We Ziggy stardust we meet Ellen theme, Eleanor Rigby. And she there was a small little line that she had about how. Father McKenzie had been killed in this war, whatever that there. It was again. And this is where I was kind of like on the on the like tipping point for this issue because I was like this is so fucking on the nose. But at the same time, it didn't feel super overplayed. He didn't feel like we spent this whole time like developing all these weird characters there just kind of like one off throwaway things because they don't play into the bigger narrative. They're kinda just enjoys for people that maybe listening to music from that era. Tom. That was yeah. Yeah. Major Tom again Bowie the Beatles. They're all represented here and it fits like these are massive successes from that time, when, you know, but bud could've actually made something himself, if he had been beyond the one hit wonder he would have been important, and he could have been among these characters, and yet he failed because he only could create the one song he says it in the issue he couldn't think of something beyond rock and roll all the time. And even even the follow up like the whole narrative, kind of is based around bud coming into this world and he's the savior. He's the person that's going to fix everything with the second. Song that he's going to write. And honestly, this dude is just on, like a massive head trip. Like whatever the ice cream man gave him has put him out of the world. I. Yeah. And I like that idea. And it's funny because the second song that he follows up seems to be almost identical to rock and all the time. It's exactly the same like a mile. I think that's sort of one of the interesting. Interpretive points where it's like what you see happening here and I do love the fact that they're like. Well, you know, you did follow up on that song. Right. And he's like, I did try to follow up on it. And they're like, yeah. He's like it was called rock and all the time part, two in, like, oh, buddy, buddy, come at people have done that, though. That's the thing. This is kind of like a slap in the face to, like, old music, while also celebrated in weird way. And yeah, it was such a such a strange issue. And again, I was, I was torn I think, on this specific issue because I didn't know how like the fly around into the big yet. Yeah. It's you have them appear in this world. And he supposed to be this chosen one. I think they call them the hit maker and he's supposed to use. Basically, it's, it's, it's fucking like to nations to your whatever at this point, it's like used the power of rock to fight or whatever and. Could think of. And so, I think if you were expecting this to traverse, like a normal narrative arc would be, of course, he, he finds the power to fight, and he gets inspired, and he writes, a new song any wakes up the next day, and he writes, the song and money fame and fortune. Come is way in the sunsets. And everyone's happy blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. But of course, this is ice cream man. And so. I saw as him struggling to come up with a new song inevitably more or less just playing his old song. And just never coming up with anything new, and it's you know is cream. I don't know if you consider what happened gift, I consider it sort of bias cream fucking with them or taunting with him that, you know, this, this could have been you or alternatively, you know, look, look at me. Look how nice I am. I gave you an opportunity in you blew it or look at me. I gave you a brand new framework in which to view your failed year. Yeah, I took it as you know, the end of the issue ends with this submarine up in the sky right Big thing. thing. How do you read that? And so my thought my, my thought was, maybe it, Israel..

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"father mckenzie" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?

R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"father mckenzie" Discussed on R U Talkin' R.E.M. Re: ME?

"To show to the kids on hold on. Yes. Spielberg has been rumored to be doing a remake of it of. Are you in Steven Spielberg's sorry. Interested parties. See we should be talking about, okay. Who are you? Gonna play, gonna play Maria. I can't say yes. Apply way you're shaking your head? No, no, no, no, of course not. No. Would you be Tony? The old man at the shop. Ops ups pups at the shops. That's right. They're gonna give you a brand new song, and I'll have a broom. You're saying a locus. I have a brand new song for the Oscars right brand, of course. So pops gets a song. Regarding his broom. It's all about. Yeah, get out my store. Is there dude name pops in? His name's. Yeah. I'm pretty sure his name is not pops Sears. It is it. Is it the role he runs the like soda fountain is the kindly old man kids come on. He's the father in Romeo and Juliet. Oh, yes. Leave on father, McKenzie, father, father, Richards. Who is who's the do did you were you ever in Romeo and Juliet who'd you play Romeo? Really the immortal Bard himself in deed. Let's hear some of those stanzas in iambic pentameter please. Man. I used to know that entire play. What about this one? Banish shed? Oh, yeah. Banish. Oh, yeah. Say do it. I don't remember any of it. Remember any of it. Oh, what's remember right through yonder window brace. I remember I could sit there and just recite the entire play 'cause I call me but love. Yeah, exactly. Call me commie Butler, but love. That's the weirdest line in love. Commie Butler. I, I probably did at the time because it was a while ago, but I don't remember putting that joke together at the time we call me, but I was in midsummer night's dream and the director had as a prologue to ity had all of us not at all of the actors I was. I was li- Sandra, but he had all the active bottom and all the actors come out rehearsing Romeo and Juliet before the show. And they were really doing a really bad verse. And my friend was reading that part. And he would say, like you always say, call me, but love came up with whispered to say, like, call me but love and he did it and the director like howled laughing and it stayed in the play, always got a huge late. Yeah, yeah, I got a huge left. It was great. That's call me, but. Love call me about love. And Juliet's like, all right, hey, but love. She's like, look, I'll write whatever I gotta do. Leave me alone. It was that what Romeo and Juliet is all about? She just wants him to leave her alone. I mean blowing me around and harassing me away. She winds up no spoilers, but spoiler boiler alert Bocquet. So if you wanna see Romeo and Juliet soon, turn off the podcast right now because we're gonna talk about, we'll give you a minute to minute. Walk across the room to your Dory. Giant radio. Yeah. Okay. Is. All right. That's enough time. Right. Juliette dies. How can they turn making turn back on? Yeah, you can turn it back on. Back on turnpike on turn it on. Turn back back on tobacco. Does Romeo died remember? Yes. Oh shit. We didn't give. Oh, we were kidding though. Just kidding. He does. He does. He die. Both of them die, right? Yes. Star crossed lovers themselves. Yes. Same with west side story with both story. I was in that to, I thought I thought doesn't doesn't. She end up with a gun at the end and it's like hollow and she's like, oh God, Tony, you're dead. I think she stays alive. Maybe. I think that that by the time west side story can't miss the end had to just nine just see the movie if you if any of our listeners know if anyone dies in any movie sent it to us, we don't want to be in this position. Again, this is embarrassing. We actually, it would be great if every single we're not saying every single one of our listeners, but. Other listener. Every other listener. You could take a single sheet of paper if you're watching a movie, just jot down everyone who dies in it. Yeah, that's all we ask. You could even write down one person who died in a movie and put it on piece of paper and send it to send it to just on a piece of paper, loose piece of paper, and we'll read it on the air, read it on the air..

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"father mckenzie" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"father mckenzie" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Go out of business quickly enough good riddance to bert roast coffee actually i really liked their coffee i do so i mean different tastes on that my wife thinks to coffee is too intense they're really dark coffee is too intense i happen to love it so i mean that's that's that's just a matter of taste i frankly i found it i never liked fruit for coffee and i always found that when you go to specialty places even a regular coffee just tastes a little different that's why i don't go there and i go to dunkin donuts i've always been fond of think sign of an incredible sophistication when i was in my twenty s to go on a date with somebody and say well after you have an espresso please very cool you know the order an espresso after dinner no idea of the amount of caffeine in one of those things my wife says now that i'm a much nicer person now that i just off of caffeine i just don't do camping really yeah i don't do caffeine and it's it's actually a real life number one in wife number two didn't figure this out yeah so which is why we have been together thirty years going on thirty one this summer actually months or two from now gradulate so perfectly good as as her friendships say before he's nice it'd be good transitional relationship for you kid now though apparently we're still transitioning although we're not quite sure into what yet but the transition continues this is a great little story i was thinking about this by the way for the choose your fake news a golden retriever service dog about to boarding domestic flight in the us instead gave birth to a litter of puppies at the at the airport terminal in front of astonished fellow passengers the dog's name eleanor rigby ellie for short was all set to board her flight to philadelphia from tampa wannabe came clear that they were pressing matter was underway they actually called in firefighters the paramedic unit from the tampa fire rescue aircraft rescue division father mckenzie there to to help with the unusual delivery so this is a service dog that i mean if you're the owner of this service dog when you have a fair idea where your dog had been.

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"father mckenzie" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"father mckenzie" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"No i'm not i'm not i'm not concerned about that you know it's like saying i consider to be another tool yeah right you using it as a tool that when you're stuck it will bring you somewhere knew it will give you a new inspiration that will lead you on a path you might not have followed other wise but like mccartney used the phone book in like he did use a tool to find father mckenzie for that about that is how i'm visualizing it now how will develop we don't know right because that's the thing about artificial intelligence where it is now is not where it will be i want to ask them like i don't wanna say boring legal questions but these definitely came to mind is like who owns a song that was written with lyric ai like does does does google doesn't machine get songwriting credit you know we we have we have spent some time discussing that i think this mostly as an exploration is an intellectual you know exploration project so i'm i mean google is much more much more because they're the ones that are really doing the back end on it they're much more concerned about and interested in in the legalities of it and we're not releasing it to public at so it's not we're not there i'm much more interested in the in the experiment i find so fascinating you know because i went into this thinking that automated is the opposite of of creativity before i watched the video and i think even people listening to this right now might be thinking that when you start getting machines and algorithms involved that can be the opposite of like human creativity so i'm interested what what does what is it about ai.

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"father mckenzie" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"father mckenzie" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"That excels past because i mean as a songwriter what you're trying to do is make something that is unique that lives above the fray and to do that it's very difficult all these things have to interplay and you have to find something special and now with lyric ai what we're hoping it will do is give the seeds right give us different kinds of anchors give seeds that we can work off and that's gonna be the trick so far has lyric ai given you anything as a songwriter that you couldn't get on your own i worked on i worked we worked reworked one of my songs and i did two of the verses of would lyric ai and it did give me threads but and it's it's a question always write the words that gave me i worked off but i'm initiated a lot now would i've come to those without it i don't know give me something i really liked yes in the end but was it it's the balance between i'm not sure how useful it was yet my my feeling is though that as it gets smarter and starts to understand better what's needed of it it will become a much more useful tool ai works very well with yeses in knows is very much more difficult to make it understand things that are subjective well that's maybe wanted to go because i i mentioned after we played the original eleanor rigby pump mccartney says the song came to him in a dream and that father mckenzie was in a phone book are you concerned at all that tools like lyrica i could discourage the type of play that leads to music like this.

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"father mckenzie" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"father mckenzie" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"No i'm not i'm not i'm not concerned about that you know it's like saying i consider it to be another tool yeah you're using it as a tool that when you're stuck it will bring you somewhere knew it will give you an inspiration that will lead you on a path you might not have followed otherwise but like mccartney used the phone book in like he did use a tool to find father mckenzie for that that is how i'm visualizing it now how will develop we don't know right because that's the thing about artificial intelligence where it is now is not where it will be i wanna ask them like i don't wanna say boring legal questions but these definitely came to mind is like who owns a song that was written with lyric ai like does does does google doesn't machine get songwriting credit you know we we have we have spent some time discussing that i think this mostly as an exploration is an intellectual you know exploration project so i'm i mean google is much more much more because they're the ones that are really doing the back end on it they're much more concerned about and interested in legalities of it and we're not releasing the public at so it's not we're not there i'm much more interested in the in the experiment i find all this so fascinating because i went into this thinking that automated is the opposite of of creativity before i watched the video and i think even people listening to this right now might be thinking that when you start getting machines and algorithms involved that can be the opposite of like human creativity so i saw i interested what what does what does it ai that interests you as an artist specifically for me the creative process is really about it's about exploration right the medium is much less important to me than the exploration you know if i talk about this a lot where.

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"father mckenzie" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"father mckenzie" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"That excels past because i mean as a songwriter what you're trying to do is make something that is unique that lives above the fray and to do that it's very difficult all these things have to interplay and you have to find something special it now with lyric ai what we're hoping it will do is give seeds right give us different kinds of anchors give us seeds that we can work off and that's going to be the trick so far has lyric ai given you anything as a songwriter that you couldn't get on your own i worked on i worked we worked reworked one of my songs and i did two of the verses would lyric ai and it did give me threads but and it's it's a question always write the words that gave me i worked off but manipulated a lot now would i have come to those without it i don't know did i give you something i really liked yes in the end but was it's the balance between i'm not quite sure how useful it was yet my feeling is though that as it gets smarter and starts understand better what's needed of it it will become a much more useful tool ai works very well with yeses in knows is very much more difficult to make it understand things that are subjective well that's maybe i wanted to go because i i mentioned after we played the original eleanor rigby that pump paul mccartney says the song came to him in a dream and that father mckenzie was in a phone book are you concerned at all that tools like lyric could discourage the type of play that leads to music like this.

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"father mckenzie" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"father mckenzie" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"I worked on i worked we worked reworked one of my songs and i did two of the verses with lyric ai and it did give me threads but and it's it's a question always write the words that gave me i worked off but i'm initiated a lot now would i've come to those without it i don't know did give something i really liked yes in the end but was it it's the balance between i'm not quite sure how useful it was yet my my feeling is though that as it gets smarter and starts to understand better what's needed of it it will become a much more useful tool ai works very well with yeses knows is very much more difficult to make it understand things that are subjective well that's maybe we wanted to go because i i mentioned after we played the original eleanor rigby that beam pump mckearney says the song came to him in a dream and that father mckenzie was in a phone book are you concerned at all that tools like lyrica i could discourage the type of play that leads to music like this no i'm not i'm not i'm not concerned about that you know it's like saying i considered to be another tool yeah right you using it as a tool that when you're stuck it will bring you somewhere new we'll give you an inspiration that will lead you on a path you might not have followed otherwise like mccartney used the phone book in like he did use a tool to find father mckenzie for that that is how i'm visualizing it now how will develop we don't know right because that's the thing about artificial intelligence.

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"father mckenzie" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"father mckenzie" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"No i'm not i'm not i'm not concerned about that you know it's like saying i consider it to be another tool yeah you're using it as a tool that when you're stuck it will bring you somewhere knew it will give you an inspiration that will lead you on a path you might not have followed otherwise but like mccartney used the phone book in like he did use a tool to find father mckenzie for that that is how i'm visualizing it now how will develop we don't know right because that's the thing about artificial intelligence where it is now is not where it will be i wanna ask them like i don't wanna say boring legal questions but these definitely came to mind is like who owns a song that was written with lyric ai like does does does google doesn't machine get songwriting credit you know we we have we have spent some time discussing that i think this mostly as an exploration is an intellectual you know exploration project so i'm i mean google is much more much more because they're the ones that are really doing the back end on it they're much more concerned about and interested in legalities of it and we're not releasing the public at so it's not we're not there i'm much more interested in the in the experiment i find all this so fascinating because i went into this thinking that automated is the opposite of of creativity before i watched the video and i think even people listening to this right now might be thinking that when you start getting machines and algorithms involved that can be the opposite of like human creativity so i saw i interested what what does what does it ai that interests you as an artist specifically for me the creative process is really about it's about exploration right the medium is much less important to me than the exploration you know if i talk about this a lot where.

mccartney mckenzie google
"father mckenzie" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"father mckenzie" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"That excels past because i mean as a songwriter what you're trying to do is make something that is unique that lives above the fray and to do that it's very difficult all these things have to interplay and you have to find something special it now with lyric ai what we're hoping it will do is give seeds right give us different kinds of anchors give us seeds that we can work off and that's going to be the trick so far has lyric ai given you anything as a songwriter that you couldn't get on your own i worked on i worked we worked reworked one of my songs and i did two of the verses would lyric ai and it did give me threads but and it's it's a question always write the words that gave me i worked off but manipulated a lot now would i have come to those without it i don't know did i give you something i really liked yes in the end but was it's the balance between i'm not quite sure how useful it was yet my feeling is though that as it gets smarter and starts understand better what's needed of it it will become a much more useful tool ai works very well with yeses in knows is very much more difficult to make it understand things that are subjective well that's maybe i wanted to go because i i mentioned after we played the original eleanor rigby that pump paul mccartney says the song came to him in a dream and that father mckenzie was in a phone book are you concerned at all that tools like lyric could discourage the type of play that leads to music like this.

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"father mckenzie" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"father mckenzie" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

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"father mckenzie" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"father mckenzie" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The never go back just a little much though than there waiting for of by gone official they drank all night i'll be sitting ride here when the winter ends sit in the red here women gums again and we'll go is this pain nothing wide say special is as mardi by other narrowing i got thirty below feet to snow grabbed stuff still donald goal asked this and nothing glad to say is this the extradition here in may as sure as an new i got greenville make moves in the land got a bean block to hang in all of them plenty of beer got plenty of time agata handed a two one of a kind interviewed on lag visionaries new goma llamas there's plenty of fondness frozen lawn we got stores to tell guitar and han fish swimming around ready to jump in the thing let's go another plaid saying special just as mardi by another name la got thirty below snow grabby stuff is were still donald goal ask this man nothing by saying special nasr tradition here in may you know our parish priest father mckenzie he goes ice mission yes a religious experience at forget gladly tell you and i told me once he was waiting for held of resolving jacob though last visited their due let's go is this man nothing wide to sing special mrs marta by another name i got thirty below three vita snow stuff is we're still donald bowl aspects another saying down the end you get back in i should be as tradition here.

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"father mckenzie" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"father mckenzie" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Eleanor rigby died in the church and was buried along with their name nobody came k bother mccain's nobody came father mckenzie wiping his hand as he father mckenzie wiping his hand since he bought from her grave i think i missed something in there no one was saved and then the refrain all the lonely people where do they all come from all the lonely people where do they all belong right the the the beatles kathy i appreciate you don't know me will soon we'll see together someday kathy so what can you see the scene the jude he'd you'd is get yours is a vote for the most demonstrative of the of the link what about the beatles knew general handling of lyric the poetics and i mean you have a wonderful sense of teamwork between lennon and mccartney george harrison also had some amazing compositions particularly in sixty eight on the white album he has several songs on their that that a stand outside i think to the the difference the way that song writing gets think about poetry in a more expansive senses the collaboration this often involved in making a song work of endow wing the language with sonic form is is the play between a also mick jagger and keith richards where mix said he would take the music that the composing he'd have to hang a melody on it using his words that that was part of how he asserted his artistic contributions to the recordings poetry well quite apart from lyrics when you look at poetry do you think i could take most poetry unified the a great.

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