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"frank zappa" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"That can only be said by Frank Zappa. Not a fan, not a fan. But he definitely deviated deviated to the extreme. The beautiful thing about learning is that nobody can take it away from you. B.B. King, this isn't even an the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make. That's the end of a song. I'm going to toss that one out. Love is a special word. And I use it only when I need it. You say the word too much and it becomes cheap. You know, that's Ray Charles. I say that. I say that. I say that about my wife. I'm just going to get a little personal here. I always say, when you say I love you, somebody fucking mean it. Don't just throw it away. Like you're walking out the door, I love you. I don't know, I think that cheapens it. I think that she was in love. It's just like just throwing it away like a paper towel. Do you really mean it when you say it right there? And then you're saying that just to say it, are you saying it just to make her feel good? And you're walking on the door and you're thinking about something else right away. I'm with Ray Charles on this one. I'm with ray on that one. Let's see. Love is a special word, so. You build a failure, you build on failure, use it as a stepping stone and close the door in the past. Don't try to forget the mistakes that don't dwell on it. Johnny Cash. Speaking of the top Talking Heads, David burns quote is to some extent I happily don't know what I'm doing. I feel that it's an artist's responsibility to trust that. I could go on. What am I getting updates here? All right. You know what? It's probably all I had Jack in a hung around for a
"frank zappa" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"And the version, the best version of all along the watchtower. Hendricks expressed displeasure in embarrassment with this naked lady cover, which was banned by several record dealers as pornographic, while others were smart enough to sell it with the gatefold cover turned inside out. They kind of just opened it. All right. I'm gonna stay in 1968. Led Zeppelin played their first ever show. In the north of England, when they appeared at the Manchester, yeah, when they appeared at the Manchester college of science and technology, Zeppelin was paid 225 pounds for the gig. I said, I've said this in the past, Manchester. They're not Manchester. The bad Chester seed of the late 80s into the early 90s. The university of Manchester was the number one requested college to go to by high school students in all of Britain. Wow. Yeah. Yeah. But did they want to actually learn? No. No. Fuck no. I don't think so. On this day in 1971, Frank Zappa repaired on this week's UK TV music show, the old gray whistle test, playing live and showing clips from his 200 motels film to ever fucking see that thing. What the fuck was that garbage? Well, so I'm not a I got where he was going. Multi python on acid. But I don't do drugs, so I think he really had to do drugs to watch it. Had to. But he didn't do drugs. No. No, but he knew what his fans wanted. That shit, I fucking couldn't, it was like, this is God, this is like, it didn't age well. Yeah, yeah. Did not age well. I'm a Zappa fan, so. But even I had trouble with it. Yeah. I mean, I do like titties of beer. Literally, not the song. Anyways. You like singers mouse. That's what I've learned about. Kali Simon Cheryl crow. Yeah. Yep. Yep, absolutely.
"frank zappa" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"Easy top. A multi instrumentalist instrument with a list of invention into. He giant moron. You are an idiot. Frank Zappa, that's why I was never afraid Zappa then never. So this is a controversial question. I will give you that. So Frank Zappa released a 109 albums. That's crazy. A 109 albums, only to be surpassed and the only reason why I didn't give this guy top billing was because you're moving into the digital era and whatnot. You know the artist buckethead yeah, he was, he played with guns and Guns N' Roses. I saw him play with coin. Yep. He has 302 releases to his name. Jesus. Album. 302. And then on the countryside. And he's made three $102 on all of them. I know. Say it's just like you remember, remember when the Blair witch project came out? Chris Rock said he was like, the Blair witch project cost $60,000. To make. He was like, I don't know, but somebody's walking around with $59,000 in their apartment. That's great. The host, the mastermind of music relish podcast. He says, did you know that Brian Jones played saxophone on The Beatles? You know my name, look up the number. That's pretty cool. That's pretty cool. This stuff is paying those a lot of obscure stuff to it. So let me finish. He's still a bot. We were talking about rock music. What about in the country genre? Who released the most albums on the countryside of the world? Glenn Campbell. No? Willie Nelson? Johnny Cash. I was gonna say Johnny Cash, but it seemed too obvious. Well, and it is a little bit bullshit in that. Johnny Cash has a 167 releases to his name. of them being compilation records. That's what I mean. It just seemed too obvious that he would be saying, most people might say. No, I'm serious. Most people say The Rolling Stones had more than most albums of The Beatles because they are the biggest bands, which what we're proving is not necessarily do you have to be the biggest fan to produce the most albums. Yeah, I think The Rolling Stones came in at like a lowly 29 albums.
"frank zappa" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"That's his best song to me and you, then that's like Todd Rundgren. Bang it drum. Right. And you can dance to it though. Yeah. There's a radio station in Nashville, WCW has. When I first moved there, did you listen to Fridays with Frank? I'm like, Sinatra. Yeah, come on, it's no surprise with Frank Zappa. It's like two hours and stuff, but that's it. It's a hard listen. Yeah, I'm with you, Scott on that. Grab a list of the fucking doctor demento. Yes. Nothing wrong with that. All right, Mark, give me an album cover. Let me just say I get, Frank Zappa, and I think chic your booty has to be one of the angriest, awesome albums of all time. If you have never listened to it, listen to it. That's a great album. It makes you cringe anyway. I'm going to steal this one from Tom, I think, but brain cell surgery. Yeah. When you're a kid, I mean, I'm sure Scott, you went to this when you first start playing albums, you lay down and you look at the album. And so you unfolded it, it had to stencil cut. And later on, I learned that the cover was designed by H.R. Giger, who did alien, came up with the alien creature. That's one sick artist. I have his book. No, that was HR that. And pretend the insight, there was like an insert with the three members. He'd open it up and he would just, it was great. And when you're a kid, the reason I got into Prague just to say real quick is I'm a science fiction nerd too. Star Wars and all that. The lyrics on brain cell surgery are very science fiction oriented. They had the lyric sheet. Everything about that album was quality classy. Yeah. So I have to correct you a little bit. Tom shows it to the live stream. I have to correct you a little bit. I wasn't laying on my bed listening to the music. I was in a beanbag chair. You were cool. We had the orange fucking 70s orange and it wasn't like a felt one. It was like that fucking vinyl. Like you get up. Yeah. The beanbag. But we all studied those out. That's how we learned our shifts. Yeah. Here's a little thing about that album. The original title, Tom, isn't it? Was whip some skull on me, which is slang for a BJ? Yeah..
"frank zappa" Discussed on Relentless Geekery
"There's often multiple stores that have something that was a Grateful Dead album that was captured like live from the sound board is really good quality, and so if you want live Grateful Dead, here it is, I never bought a single thing of those until I thought of Frank Zappa box set ten albums, voices still back in vinyl, with like a libretto. It was such a labor of love that this guy had like followed this app a band on tour, and so he documented, here's what was going on at the show. Here's the personnel changes. Here's how these various different versions are different. You know, mud shark on LP 5 is different than one shark on LP three. And I just was so much as apha fan and so enamored of, this guy really did not just steal. He has put work into this. It stinks that it's Zappa and I don't want to take any money from Frank Zappa and yet I gave in at that one. I had to have this thing. It was the only boot that I think I have ever ever bought, and then they started artists that actually found out some of these boots are as good as anything I've ever done. Why do a live album? Why not go with this thing that's a fan favorite? They talk about that's briefing show when he returned to asbury park. It's just them on fire. The Grateful Dead pushed and supported that. They actually had area that you could bring recorders and sit in the way back in the 70s. Bootleggers roll those tapes is the same. Well, it's exactly that. And there's greatness there. Morally. Because Def Leppard's probably my favorite band. I have, I think, 5 different versions of hysteria, with all the deluxe stuff and extra things that I've purchased of the big ones for a hundred bucks and all that..
"frank zappa" Discussed on Ringer FC
"Pook burden slash pressure to go out. There was almost like a kind of chat greatest type thing but even more so than he had. I would say she had overburden than greenish to be. Honest in times of war is expected. Abso- to run an attack and i think also because the already hut that big move. Yeah exactly yeah. So how's kind of in a weird category bump so yeah he in terms of the expected pressures no stop for ben terms about the burden on on czar. He's not the frank zappa at the permanently. Yeah you where is it perfect. You see them you see him. I this her. She naji because zappa. There's there's nobody can capacity is operatives. you can't compare as anyone. I was watching greenish from an city against sta was interesting because he's clearly someone who is just playing within himself and playing within the wider attack. Not he's taking easy. He's not he's kind of like he's part of an orchestra right and so his stall has plays more relaxed. It's more leisurely still still intense but as a kind of like i'd have to do. I don't have to be action jack right whereas will always has to be the guy right. I don't i don't think you can commonly be the guy like that. I don't think that's really really good point because of assuming that house comparison has always at chelsea surrounded by like a love of the people who could take the way so he was almost insulated. Exactly i she thoughts it dot it. I'm glad we figure this out real time. Because i love it when we do this when one of us raises put what you think and then we kind of figure out with doesn't have the installation bassett frontline thing that hoax has unexposed nerve enough. Yeah he's enough we go. We did it. We did it. Why scott here. I like it when we do that. Head north oh traffic. Yes the big home coming off the pitch very quickly. My few people noted how strange it was to see ryan giggs invited into the directness books especially with the context of the renaldo signing which we discussed on.
"frank zappa" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Is what remains of what was once called the Lookout Mountain Laboratory originally built by the Air Force. I don't know if it was still retained by the Air Force and that was constructed. Beginning in 1945, and then by 1947. It was like just going huge and it had hundreds of workers. They produced some astronomical. Number of films for the military there. And it has become kind of like underground famous, But when I was there, nobody knew it was there and I didn't know what it was when I saw it, but I did see it how they hide it. Well, this is a humorous thing. They did plain sight. I mean, it's huge. Okay, so if you can get in between the houses, I think the structure is still there. If you can get in between the houses, it's huge. And it has like one of these 1945. Small, you know, like regional airport type buildings with the glass tower. It's not inconspicuous, you know, but It's hidden in plain sight. Ironically, it's cross Street is Wonderland Avenue. So so you hear all these theories and I'm not here to talk about what it's a series of true or not, because I've done an incredible amount of research. But I've done enough research to know that I'm not comfortable turning any particular theory into effect until I have all the facts and I don't I can't find my found a lot of them. The puzzle pieces are very interesting, but I'm not gonna jump further than credibility demands, but I will say this Rumors were the rumors were interesting, and they weren't really going on when I was there in the eighties. The rumors started to come in the nineties, and a number of people realize that a huge percentage of these rock and roll stars and rock and roll bands that was a giant bands in the seventies. The whole counter cultures that almost A huge percentage like 90%, or 80% of them that were living up there and look out Mountain Laurel Canyon. Their fathers, et cetera, were Navy admirals generals. That's weird representation by the military, all branches of the military. And nobody knows the average person doesn't know. For example, as Jim Morrison, his father was a Navy admiral, and you can go down the list with Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young and Frank Zappa's father was in the military and on and on. So Going back to to, you know, help and hints and guidance from another dimension. Sometimes when you're doing research you you don't really feel something. It's like a deep impression that you know, and we've all had their gut feeling magnified on steroids. And you feel prodded to to look more read deeper. Dig deeper, maybe physically go somewhere to do your research to look at it first hand and listen to those impressions and stuff. And really pay attention to them, and I've done this for now for 40 years, and it's it's a science in another itself. So What? What's going? What's percolating through my mind is the fact that Huxley hopefully moves into this exact same area. He was just way ahead of his time. Yeah, he was there in 1936. And he wrote, Um I forgot what year he wrote brave new world, but it was written. It was so advanced and it's time and when he wrote the book on Heaven and Hell on the doors of perception. That book had not yet That book was written around. I believe 1952. So he was there in 1936, promoting and pushing mescal and among certain people in Hollywood cultural elites, etcetera. And then the areas. Location, of course, is L. Ron Hubbard, Robert Heinlein, Asimov and a bunch of others. They're all allegedly working for naval intelligence in a Navy intelligence think tank where they were Heinlein. Is the leader and he gets he recruits a bunch of out of the box creative types like science fiction. How bizarre to come up with hypothetical theories on how to keep the Germans defeated permanently? How to deal with the German threat or Russian threat and specifically how to deal with what Dr Willie Lee. German scientists called the Real Force V R I l And for those of your listeners that are into the whole Nazi rocket scientists thing which I spent a lot of time researching, by the way, 30 32 for brave New World 1930 Nike, do you do Wow, Unbelievable. So the real force was this cultic force? Uh, it's in the Robert Campbell's movie, and Robert Campbell was part of this think tank by the way. He the first movie of the thing and then another movie. The Thing was made after it classics. Dr. Willie Lee is a German. Uh, maybe not maybe not Nazi. Expert world expert on the rural force, and that's that whole theory that the Nazis had about a super civilization under Antarctica and master race in which a lot of people believe is still there. Be like, But you know, I would have to say there's enough evidence to suggest that something happened there How far you want to go with it? I don't know, but I think there's enough evidence to suggest that something happened there, and it's probably evidence. Of something more. That's just my guess. And how did you get involved in biblical prophecy? With all these things going on around? Well, when I was at the University of Missouri, I'm majoring and filmmaking. I get thrown out of the filmmaking class because I'm laughing my head off when the professor is walking through the door. And I have a naked Barbie doll and we were assigned in an animation project and mind just happened to be a naked Barbie doll. And she disappears into a from the whipped cream was a humorous thing. You know that he didn't find funny, right? No, he didn't find it funny, but this is the funny part. He throws We had a film class was very humiliating because it's hard to get into the school and to pay for it. My other majors, office states of consciousness, you know, not a big thing on the job market. But so she throws me in a film class. And then a week later, I get a telephone message from him to come to the film office and he wants to meet with me. So I think now I'm going to be officially thrown out of the University of Missouri. So I get into his office and he surprises me. He apologised. He apologizes to me for throwing me out of the film class, he said. I thought you were just goofing around. You didn't have any idea what you were doing, and that pissed me off. So I I threw you out of film class, he said, But we just got your work back from the film laboratory. And you know the lighting the sound. Everything is Incredible and it's cinematically. You know he for for a student, it was phenomenal. And so he not only reinstates me in the film class, he confesses to be privately said, You know, I've always had. I've always wanted to do like a Adult movie with Barbie dolls and you know, and back then that was so, like innocent compared to two today. Sure. But anyway, I was reinstated back in the film class, but At this time I start to run into, uh, evangelical Christians, and I'd never run into evangelical Christians before in the school university at the University of Missouri. No, no, not growing up in New York City. Never I never ran into. I mean, interesting prices. That's about it. But no, no evangelical Christians never And so they came to the University of Missouri and I was extremely biased and prejudiced towards you know what they were, Uh Trying to promote. I thought they were going to take Western civilization back to the shown and you were still fighting religion even at that time, right? Say it again. You were still fighting religion. Even at that time I hated I hated I didn't hate Christ. I hated hated religion and Christianity was like a corporate version of what Jesus Christ was really saying. Hold on for a second. Paul order coming up to the top of the hour break, But I want to come back and talk about end.
"frank zappa" Discussed on KGO 810
"What remains of what was once called the Lookout Mountain Laboratory originally built by the Air Force. I don't know if it was still retained by the Air Force. And that was constructed beginning in 1945, and then by 1947. It was like just going huge and it had hundreds of workers. They produced some astronomical. Number of films for the military there. And it has become kind of like underground famous, But when I was there, nobody knew it was there and I didn't know what it was when I saw it, but I did see it how they hide it. Well, this is a humorous thing. They did plain sight. I mean, it's huge. Okay, so if you can get in between the houses, I think the structure is still there. If you can get in between the houses, it's huge, and it has like one of these 1945. Small, you know, like regional airport type buildings with the glass tower. It's not inconspicuous, you know, but It's hidden in plain sight. Ironically, it's cross Street is Wonderland Avenue. So so you hear all these theories and I'm not here to talk about what the series of true or not because I've done an incredible amount of research. But I've done enough research to know that I'm not comfortable. Turning any particular theory into effect until I have all the facts and I don't I can't find my found a lot of them. The puzzle pieces are very interesting, but I'm not going to jump further than credibility demands, but I will say this The rumors were the rumors were interesting, and they weren't really going on when I was there in the eighties. The rumors started to come in the nineties. And a number of people realize that a huge percentage of these rock and roll stars and rock and roll bands That was a giant bands in the seventies. All counterculture that almost A huge percentage like 90%, or 80% of them that were living up there and look out Mountain Laurel Canyon. Their fathers, et cetera, were Navy admirals generals. That's weird representation by the military, all branches of the military. And nobody knows the average person doesn't know. For example, as Jim Marsh and his father was a Navy admiral, and you go down the list with Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young and Frank Zappa's father was in the military and on and on. So Going back to to, you know, help and hints and guidance from another dimension. Sometimes when you're doing research you you don't really feel something. It's like a deep impression that you know, we've all had, you know their gut feeling magnified on steroids. And you feel prodded to to look more read deeper. Dig deeper, maybe physically go somewhere to do your research to look at it first hand and listen to those impressions and stuff and really pay attention to them. And I've done this for now for 40 years, and it's It's a science in and of itself. So What? What's going? What's percolating through my mind is the fact that Huxley hopefully moves into this exact same area. He He was just way ahead of his time. Yeah, he was there in 1936. And he wrote I forgot what year he wrote Bravery world but it was written. It was so advanced and it's time and when he wrote the book on Heaven and Hell on the doors of perception. That book had not yet That book was written around. I believe 1952. So he was there in 1936, promoting and pushing mescal and among certain people in Hollywood and cultural, at least etcetera. And then the areas. Location, of course, is L. Ron Hubbard, Robert Heinlein, Asimov and a bunch of others. They're all allegedly working for naval intelligence in a Navy intelligence think tank where they were Heinlein. Is the leader and he gets he recruits a bunch of out of the box creative types like science fiction bizarre to come up with hypothetical theories on how to keep the Germans defeated permanently. How to deal with the German threat or Russian threat and specifically how to deal with what Dr Willie Lee. German scientists called the Royal Force. V r. I l And for those of your listeners that are into the whole Nazi rocket scientists thing which I spent a lot of time researching, by the way, 30 32 for brave New world. 1930 1932. Wow. Unbelievable. So the real force was this a cultic force? It's in the Robert Campbell's movie, and Robert Campbell was part of this think tank. By the way, he the first movie of the thing and then another movie. The Thing was made after it classics. Dr. Willie Lee is a German, uh Uh, maybe not see maybe not Nazi expert world expert on the rural force. And that's that whole theory that the Nazis had about a super civilization under Antarctica and master race in which a lot of people believe is still there. Be like, But you know, I would have to say there's enough evidence to suggest that something happened there How far you want to go with it? I don't know, but I think there's enough evidence to suggest that something happened there, and it's probably evidence of something more. That's just my guess. And how did you get involved in biblical prophecy? With all these things going on Iraq? Well, when I was at the University of Missouri, I'm majoring in film making. I get thrown out of the filmmaking class because I'm laughing my head off when the professor is walking through the door. And I have a naked Barbie doll and we were assigned an animation project and mind just happened to be a naked Barbie doll. And she disappears into a from the whipped cream was a humorous thing. You know that he didn't find funny, right? No, he didn't find it funny, but this is the funny part. He throws We had a film class was very humiliating because it's hard to get into the school and to pay for it. My other majors, office states of consciousness, you know, not a big thing on the job market. But so she throws me in a film class. And then a week later, I get a telephone message from him to come to the film office and he wants to meet with me. So I think now I'm going to be officially thrown out of the University of Missouri. So I get into his office and he surprises me. He apologised. He apologizes to me film class, he said, But we just got your work back from the film laboratory. And you know the lighting the sound. Everything is Incredible and it's cinematically you know, for for student it was phenomenal and so He not only reinstates me in the film class, he confessed this to me privately said No. I've always had. I've always wanted to do like a adult movie with with Barbie dolls. And you know back then that was so like innocent compared to today. Sure. But anyway, I was reinstated back in the film class, but At this time I start to run into, uh, evangelical Christians, and I'd never run into evangelical Christians before in the school university. At the University of Missouri. No, no, not growing up in New York City, Never I never ran into. I mean, interesting and Protestants. That's about it. But no, no evangelical Christians never And so they came to the University of Missouri and I was extremely biased and prejudiced towards you know what they were, Uh Trying to promote. I thought they were going to take Western civilization back to the show, and you were still fighting religion even at that time, right? Say it again. You were still fighting religion. Even at that time I hated I hated I didn't hate Christ. I hated hated religion and Christianity was like a corporate version of what Jesus Christ was really saying. Hold on for a second. Paul Walker coming up to the top of the hour break, But I want to come back and talk about end times prophecy and how you got involved with it. What you're leading into Is our next emerging artist Steve Pollara and his cool band from Wash. Super War more Mr Pennsylvania to access the audio archives of coast to coast..
"frank zappa" Discussed on Backstage Pass Radio
"Now i understood what i was doing with it and that was a big key for me and then everything my plan would take off from that because now all of a sudden i understood. I could go a lot farther already doing so. Yeah education yup greatest drummer of all time through your eyes. oh The key thing being my is probably the greatest drummer all ties. Buddy rich young And nobody had better technique than him. You know it's like it's like going to a restaurant and you see ten things on the menu. They all taste great but the different they taste different shirt. I always saw no purpose in aspiring to be a drummer that was in the middle. I i always look these guys at the top. That i know i was never gonna reach and that kept me at least moving forward. So simon phillips is probably one of my favorite drummers and this guy's played on five hundred thousand records. He's played with everybody in anybody. You probably know. Toto But before that he did all the pounds and records and you play who and he just did every pop record that came out of the seventy s and eighty s. he was on one of my big influences. Terry bosio played with frank zappa and just huge And then he played with u. k. And then missing persons and he's just a mantra drama and two totally different drummer. Yeah but for me the the drummer that just inspired me the most was a mitch. Mitchell jimi hendrix. And just just would do some things. There's some little bits and pieces on some of the records. That i can point to that. Just just blows my mind. How it did it you know. He was great guy. I want to thank you for taking the time to chat with me for joining the show. i wish you all the best with zebra. The the studio thing you have going on. I asked the listeners. To like sharing. Subscribe to the podcast. Also make sure that you like and follow guy and zebra on social media..
Gayle King on Knowing Your Worth
"Gail welcome to the show. All right currently danielle. You guys how're you. Oh it's been a hectic morning all good before we start talking about work and your career. We like to start up these interviews with our quick lightning brown to get warmed up. Quick questions quick answers. You're ready go stay ready ready carly. Let's do it okay. First job on your resume. Fosters brees is a hamburger stand. And i worked behind the counter to hamburger stand in high. Make good hamburger. I don't say i'd make a good hamburger. But i was really good at taking the orders and putting them in the bags. Okay while next question was actually going to be. Do you have a secret hobby or skill. Now you could say it's putting a hamburger into a bad but is there another one. I'm looking for a hobby. I don't actually have a hobby. I don't i don't either. I aspire to have a hobby other than sleep and my skill is. I think i'm a very good eater whether it's fine dining whether it's a dive place. I think i'm a very good eater. That's a great skill to have. I think so too. I'm very proud of that too. I once went on a date guys in a guy said to me. I've never seen a woman order this month did. Did he have a second date. Yeah no absolutely. Do you speak any other languages. Piglet what best describes your work day working nine till blink. It is working nine till blank is good. It is working nine to five. Plus five i would say. Are you an inbox zero person. This is such a great question because the other day i looked at it guys i know i keep saying i'm going to get zero. I've never gotten to zero and it has like two thousand emails cash. Yeah what is the hardest interview. You've done. I would say frank zappa from years ago. It's a one that threw me. Because i asked him you know. His children are named diesel and moon unit. You that and so. I thought it was a very fair question to as you know. Diesel and moon unit. Those are very unusual names as their history there or is there meaning. He goes no their names like gale. Do you have any other questions
"frank zappa" Discussed on Relentless Geekery
"Silver mirror insert and what you would do is you roll it up into tube and put it in the center and then that makes the image on the cover. Look correct. It looks like a not isomorphic but it's something lets, you know. Let's go. Cool. A morphic image and they kept on just when you think they've exhausted every possible thing they can do with record albums. Somebody comes up with a new it's not just a photo of the band in a warehouse. It's they kept on doing cool things and and if I'm dead Talk about that. You know, you don't get so much election, you don't get as much anymore. You know. I, I never bought bootlegs, I always back, you know, back then and even still. Now it like the artifacts, the money, you know what I mean? All those intermediates all those middlemen, they get a little bit but they shouldn't be stealing and especially boots are so anyway, the only boot that I ever bought because I had never seen anything like it before was a ten record. Frank Zappa set, you know, he did not only country tours and stuff like that, but many of his shows were different each night. They'd play wage playlist over the course of the torque. Just based on Frank's moods. He would throw things in and out and and and some things that were constant when you hear the Mudshark three nights in a row. It's a it's mostly the same song but that's different solo and there's different band, goofing off going on, you know, based on anyway. So that's the only thing I ever bought was like, I just I love him live and this is such an incredible capture dead. As you might imagine some quality, varies know, depending on who had done the bootlegging and stuff. But so, that's one of the things I kind of want to show off is like, look at this cool thing. I have speaking of the album covers, the artist that did all those seventies covers for yes, with all the trippy looking stuff. Rodger Dean, exactly. He went on to do video game Graphics page and I had a couple of the video games shadow of the Beast and that and if you look at it, you like oh yeah, I recognize the style. Yes, exactly. The island floating in space. Yeah, waterfalls and yes, yes, off the bootleg stuff. I remember. You know, it's so funny because back in the day, Grateful Dead were like, yeah, whatever. They even had a section in their concert set up. Bring your record wage isn't exactly that. So it's good stereophonic right behind the soundboard. Etc, etc, yes, yeah, they they kind of did that, but then most of them were like, oh, you can't do that. You can't do that. Well, now everybody has a complete game. Audio recorder in their pocket and everybody's just given up. And I find that so funny because it's how things have changed and how you.
"frank zappa" Discussed on The Culture Quest
"Some obviously can tell skies will be different but Yeah so oh. I haven't even mentioned what the song is. Yeah sorry this code during the yellowish ner Sweet by frank zappa on his apostrophe album and just the creativity of this guy is just quite amazing. it's He's just sweats. Like ideas. you know needs to be jokers well. He has a lot of like joke songs by has one code wise ahead when i pay. Yes no shoes. The head of my favorite basically who knows nose and he hit him on the a little bit of jimmy page at times can roof down on us down. Rapper generous mitten full of the deadliest yellow snow from right there where the huskies goal whereupon proceeded mid and full of the the crystals and rub it all into his video allies with a big research the motion hitherto unknown to the people to take place methology fury motions rubbish. Thanks tim.
"frank zappa" Discussed on Pantheon
"Was doug sahm doing a mix of tex mex and rock and roll radio on us and we'll get to how they started. Allison salem it started up in just a second. But i wanna talk about world headquarters Because by the time duggan willie get there. There's a big venue and it's not just local accident plan there but national acts that he came less than three months after the vulcan gas company shuts down. Because in las leaks noah showing up and club have been sold and resells any wilson Is beer lobbyist for a beer obvious. Big alexa marine decided. He's going to manage house van the broken gas company bands and all of a sudden his band that he was managing lost her gig so we need to find a place and when i was taking a leak outside of requirements house and he happened to spot this building. The investigate it was empty. Armory and you know anywhere took initiative to go find out own the building You know and it was. It had been empty and basically about twenty five hundred years and very little money. I think he got a thousand dollars from spencer. Perkin of shingles headband. Because i just signed a deal with apple records in bed shrike. The rider who just moved to austin by choice. He was writing for sports illustrated. Time gave eighty thousand dollars and and these friends and and any basically opened a concert hall. The armadillo world headquarters in august of nineteen sandy and there was no business plan. There was no money. There was no real vision. Then wouldn't it be cool to start a place. It's basically a place per music and what the armadillo became in a very short amount of time was the community center for hippies in texas there was an adjacent beer garden or hippies could hang out all the time in great cheap beer north. Live music there. There were house bands inside armadillo. Which by the way was air and it was pretty crashed out. It was an empty Own national guard armor. But what did that. No one else is doing is bringing music and wasn't just local. Bands but touring acts. And i noticed than the one thousand nine hundred seventy one disc jockey. I've been working a freeform radio station gal fort worth and i started noticing that you know bands that were playing dallas and fort worth or eastern for play austin in pans it. I like the burrito brothers can be parties magic band. Raccoon always cool these cakes. We're going to austin so. I go down and investigate met jim. Franklin and eighty wilson and early nineteen seventy-one saw what they were doing and moved to austin two years later in nineteen seventy three. But i gotta say that When i look at that army all lasted until nineteen eighty. That's where i got my music. Education was college. It was better than college. It was fun and it was a huge venue. And you know your miguel stood out. It can take a capacity of about fifteen hundred people can sit on the floor festivals. Five styles but again. They've got an axe early on that no one else bringing in its early years. It was called acid pretty kengo pretty cameras xs blues man blues cars and he was playing on circuit clubs with planning for why folks much and for some reason austin yarnell freddie king became you know best friends in in and he was one of the first acts to regularly play the joy impact out in nineteen seventy-two nelson famous blue played yarn delo and the hippies lie down with the rednecks discovered a common grew. They love music and love beer in the red next we and and really kind of like a now formalize this simpler system country rock and roll folk all these different sounds together and of course with doug sahm present without moved to austin because now he was the arm deal ended up playing with the eastbound. Actually his own base resnais smaller. Kicker version of the armadillos out west of town called so quick. Saloon and and that was a place where rhode x. Reply roadhouse angst. I mean it wasn't just done. Which was doug club. Because doug ed in his house like listen to a hundred yards away and he could play show creek any time in any kind of music so he can play with freedom. The fire dogs inside stone country music. We can up his his horn. France for san antonio and flights Chicago rhythm and blues at the eib brought in pretty fender out of retirement to show folks. What tex-mex music was all about You know often in the world diplock in tennessee. Douglas basically creating what we now call americana music. English is very multi. Talented guy sat on the hank. Williams growing up in san antonio watched t bone walker play electric blues qatar. He got direct clients mission and all of a sudden all kind of roots music. He loves he could play in austin birth americana music. Because it wasn't just god by the time you get start playing so pretty asleep at the wheel. This wet swing band out in california. After forming the east coast county discovers older audience keeps gala memphis. Music you're playing. Bob wills western swing music. So we'll know naming austin because this is where the action was found not only a younger audience but an old arosh always balancing all these different found in green mr being mixed up and it's all happy. Happy armadillo this kind of the touchstone for you. Want to see any any ban working dan. This is where you go and you know it's not just really scientist freaking it's like frank zappa discoverers audience like this before. So like you know. Whatever frank zappa's mother invention these was awesome mccain. That and it's just you know all these different acts founder. Home your commander counting ross planet. Airman is kind of neo boogie. Swing band played forties in music. Became stole big. I mean they recorded their live album. If the armadillo in the crowd sounds from that live recordings were so over the top. It other acts borrow the audio. The crowd yelling. Because you couldn't invent on like this. I want an audience were dues yasser and grand sees so all these elements come together. And then you can't discount the back armadillo. Unlike any other place outside of san francisco at its own stable poster art is to create your own distinctive kind of poster art. Much like in the sixties psychedelic. Funster are defined san francisco in the music scene. You had these poster. Artists yellow basically music scene. Look and put austin on on the map as well as a radio station on cohere fan.
"frank zappa" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Esso, and just about everybody else was on the record, But yes. Oh, that's Frank Zappa wrote it. But that's not him singing it. No. It's Cleve Duncan, the lead singer of the Penguins, who did with Angel Oh, okay. Our angel. Oh, yeah, Everybody knows that from back to the future. Well, yeah, that's lead singer and yes, so is that it did a lot of things, and he had a great sense of humor. John John liked a lot of the stuff's probably Albert did as well. One of his favorites was peaches and regalia. Now that's all above my head. But some of the some of the early Ruben and the Jets stuff he did in all all the East L A stuff was just marvelous. Okay. Okay. See Albert, like the stuff that makes no sense to me like I don't know. It's just weird. It's just well, that's nonsensical things. For example, absolutely. But you always got to give him a debt of gratitude because in one short minute he made Tipper Gore look like a moron when she was trying for labeling records for content, and he testified in Congress, and he was just brilliant. I know. I heard you talk about that one night. Yeah, and I didn't realize that but that was three. That's great, And he was He was a level. I mean, it's crazy as his music and his topics and all that were and naming his kids, weird things like the Weasel and Moon unit, and I'm Ed, but I'll tell you what, all of those kids turned out normal. None of them have problems that I know off. He was just as Boy next door life as you're going to get. He was just an absolutely normal, decent person. No, not a drug addict. A mind exactly Right and s. Oh, yeah, There's there's a lot about him. That's a lot of substance, but very bright guy. No substance abuse. Knew exactly on. You know you were talking about Dr Laura. I heard before I called and I just wanted to say I like Dr Laura. I always have. Uh, you know, the one thing that has really stuck with me over the years that doctor nor is like the best advice that all women should go by. And I love this advice, okay? It's Dr North said a long, long time ago, when I was really young and I had stopped with me and is served me well is when you go into a new relationship. Don't try and think what it would be like to be married to someone. Try and think what it would be like to be divorced from that person. I've always used that line. Absolutely that. In fact, I'd say fast yet advice. It's even. It's even in my book. That's the litmus test. Do not marry anyone. Unless unless you first Think about what would it be like? Because what you're going to discover is how the love of your life treats the people she doesn't like. And it's always there. I've never talked. Yeah, right. Exactly. I've never talked to anyone who didn't know you know, later, when they got a divorce, and maybe it was terrible and all that, who didn't know the caliber of their mate. They just believe somehow that it would never happen to them. Exactly exactly. I never thought you would be that way with me, right? Exactly. So that's why I say Don't don't. Don't ask about the marriage Ask, ask yourself. What would it be like being divorced from this persistent, interesting from them An interesting I'm sure that place two people over and over in my life, you know, and I've always said You know, maybe I didn't say it was from Dr Laura because they might you know, Coop who it or something, but I would tell them that and they would be like, Oh, my God. That's really good. You know what Zab? Slightly true would save a lot of lot of heart heartbreak. I didn't know she said it. But like I say, I've been saying it for decades, so maybe great minds think alike. Who knows? Yeah, exactly exactly. Because you do have a great month. Oh, well, I think it packed up and left me decades ago, but once upon a time it was there. Your memory's unbelievable. I mean, I just can't. I was going to order some of that president today for Albert and I, Because, like I tell people, we between us, we have one memory. Hey, which in order some of that president stuff that I wish you the commercials or on TV? Oh, I started taking provisioned and my mind is so bright and sharpened, blah, biddy blah, So I went to order it on Amazon for two. Bottles of a 30 day supply for 60 pills. It's under $9 not have Amazon prime minister. Well, I think that it's on it, but that's up there and keep in mind that even if you order this chances are you won't remember where you left the bottle. So why bother? You know what? Remember, I even order. They got all of that. Exactly. My Amazon order just just live with post it notes Everywhere. It'll be cheaper, you'll be happier. That's what we do now. But Oh, and I wanted to ask you about that You were going to explain about the sea Crane radio to me the WiFi thing, Okay, and also about police. Raiders. Hang on a minute. Don't go away. We'll pick it up right there on WGN Radio. Double.
Buffalo Springfield's Mr Soul Brings Back Memories
"Unless it to a song I haven't thought about since my childhood, which is where I always travel back to on the weekends. And for what must have been the 30th time, I'm listening to a song from buffalo Springfield back in the 60s. It's a really nasty, hard psychedelic song called mister soul. And I'm sure a lot of you knew right away what that is. Others have no idea. I'm going to put a YouTube video of it on the Facebook page. And singing lead vocals on this song is none other than Neil Young, obviously he was one of the big stars of buffalo springs. Buffalo Springfield. Buffalo full Springsteen buffalo Springfield. Now I'm not a big giant fan of Neil Young. Outside of a few songs. But the ones I do like, I really like a lot. Like powder finger or harvest moon. And more on those in a bit. But Neil Young just fucking destroys this song, mister Seoul. I'm watching a documentary on Netflix Friday night called echoes in the canyon. And it was a great peek into how amazing the music scene was here in Southern California. Especially off this long windy road that we all know here called Laurel canyon. And back in the back in the day, everybody who was anybody in music lived there. The Beach Boys, Frank Zappa, Jackson Brown, the birds, The Mamas & the Papas, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. Tons more. And it even got increasingly more popular into the 70s, but what they created in this two or three year period is absolutely unbelievable. It's clearly the best music of that generation. And for those of you who don't know, Laurel canyon is a twisty road that and it's also got a lot of break offs, a lot of like what they call a capillary road that split off and into just wild directions, you know, most of which are cul de sacs and some really beautiful homes. But it's a road that goes over the mountains and on one side it could empty you out into the valley where people like me live or if you go the other way, it can put your right into the heart of Hollywood right on sunset boulevard. It dumbs off at sunset boulevard. So back in the day, these artists, they all played clubs on the strip, like the troubadour, whisky, a go go. And when they were done, crowds of people who went to see them, but all like drive up Laurel canyon, and then it wasn't that hard to find the house on the houses, and they just drive up to the typical the musician's house. And the party would continue. They'd break out their instruments, people would sit around, and it became like, you know, another 12 hour party.
"frank zappa" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Want to be allowed to continue to carry concealed even when they go to work. You know what building where they protect and preserve the Constitution of the United States, America and Nancy Pelosi calls them terrorists and threat to the republic. Because they would like to exercise their Second Amendment rights. I would like to ask her whether these members are entitled to their First Amendment rights on Capitol Hill and just stop And see what she has to say. Because these air these air, anti intellectual people, these are very corrupt people. Nancy Pelosi is a very corrupt person, and now they want to build permanent high fences and my best girl and I were down in the capital when it was all fenced out before and then after the inauguration. And my best girl commented, You know, now that these things have gone up there going toe. Never take him down. They're going to make him permanent because you know they're authoritarianism, their orientation. They're anti democratic. They're not liberals. They're leftists. And not only they demanding that permanent fencing be put up there, also demanding that backup forces be continuously stationed nearby. This is a neo fascism, and it's Nancy Pelosi and Joe Biden and the Democrats. And when you ask Jen, the fashion train wreck pus AKI about as you are, We're not gonna have any comment on that. Well, I'm sorry. This is the White House here. The head of state. The members of your own party are talking about locking down Washington like it's like it's Baghdad. And the Green Zone and you have no comment. I'm sorry. I'm a reporter. I'm going to say no comment is not an available option. Jen. Um you know that hair color is not really an option, too. But I have no comment on locking down Washington like it's a banana republic isn't really an option. We know Well, the animal maybe send some nameless, faceless drone over to you will Feed you a line of Bs and you'll type it up just like the steno that we know you are from the DNC instead of pool. So wait a minute forces additional forces nearby. Drug slender, just learned to uber run, Liz. This is honestly, as Ronald Reagan said. To have that little short version we shed that short version of President Reagan talking about fascism coming You know it was a book many years ago. Called liberal fascism and got unauthorized of that stuff, right? Can I can tell you and President Reagan had it right decades ago. No doubt about it Never comes to America to kind of name of liberalism. That's a fact. Jack. That's it. I want to make that my ring tone. Maybe we could make that my ring tone. Can we make that my ring tone and be good? These people are there. I don't know what I'm gonna do. I do have a friend who today, Uh, texted me that he's been talking about it for a long time. But now he's talking. He's talking to speaking to communicating online. With real estate agents outside of the country, and and he said this whole Wall Street thing yesterday was probably the final straw. Um But it is It's just It's amazing what is going on in this country and it's the left and there's nothing liberal about these people. No, I'm Abbie Hoffman. Compared to these people. These people are fascists there. There's nothing liberal about any of this. And the sooner that Democrats wake up and start telling the truth. The better chance we're gonna have of saving this really great project called the United States America greatest experiment in in human history. And and maybe the founders were wrong. Maybe we're not capable of governing ourselves in a sane and cogent way. Given the way that the left has sunk their teeth into the body politic attitude, academia and education of the teachers unions. You see these people, you know the teachers unions. You see the Chicago teachers unions there at the front of the line for vaccines. And they've announced you can get more. The vaccines you want. They're not going back to work. Well, what do you mean? What do you mean? You're not gonna use here? One of the teachers was got down in the islands in the Caribbean or somewhere on vacation, doing their classes over line from online from down there and they, one of the more ridiculous There are a lot of very ridiculous episodes. Is this The Chicago teachers here they put out they put this stuff out in public like people going to think this is great. The Chicago Teachers Union put out a tweet the other day six of our rank and file dance teachers come together to use their art form as a voice to express their desire to feel safe. Amidst the Chicago public School teachers return policy and then they I mean, and then there are videos of these nit wits. These dimwits these numbskulls Dancing as like, Maman chancers something blue man group saying This is an expression. I'm going to express myself through dance. No, you're just flailing about like a mental case. You You need a straitjacket, not a classroom this and then this is perfectly normal and liberal circles. They stand in solidarity. You know Lech Walesa Polish rebellion against the Soviet Union, And now they are the Soviet Union. They stand in solid A. With all educators at risk. They're not at risk. They're not at school. You're getting vaccines the front of the line, and now they're talking about going on strike, But first they danced. They Now is the time on sprockets when we dance. What is the matter with these people? What was it that Frank Zappa said that they reporter wanted to interview Frank Zappa about his music. And he said, writing about music is like dancing about architecture. And then he hung up the phone..
"frank zappa" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Jets from the Congo Folks album I want to know. And as we were saying, Frank Zappa first had a concept album cruising with Ruben and the Jets, and that was Mother Mothers of invention personnel and some other thing. It was a fictional fictional group, but Ruben Guevara, who was in East L, a mainstay Approach that by following a concert to say how much he loved it, and, you know, I share my first name and all that night like to use the name and a couple years later, Zappa suggested that he formed his own band, and he gave approval that Ruben and just be the name and he produced it. And so the band toward along with mothers of the invention and 72, In fact, former mother of invention member Euclid James Motor head, Sherwood joined the band for a while, and 73. And the first almost for real on on Mercury was in the second one is one that I really liked Congo office. So Ruben and the Jets happy too happy to accommodate now, where were we? 8888765593 is 88 88, Rollie, and that takes us to Daddy. Oh, Dan and Lake Geneva. Hello, darling. What's up? Well, I just came across something the other day, and I was gonna ask you about it. Have you ever heard of the group? Johnny Keys in the magnificence from Chicago? Yeah. They had a hit record. Well, let's not go that far. Yes, a plucky part of the do up stuff that the guys and I used to sing alone. But back in Sicilian heard it over the radio. Somehow, Chicago got through one night and then just absolutely fabulous. Do up and I was wondering if you could use it as a bumper somewhere along in mind for your next. Now That's a very well known record. Magnificent. I gotta spell it so I can get it on this computer and I had a chance to meet him. He was on a doo wop tour with a bunch of those. I think they call it under the street lamp for whatever it was, and s. So he was in on that. And then he was with another touring. That group unbelievable music. But the guy who wrote a book to up and die gone Now they can't find it, but I'll call you another. There's some. There are so many out there as far as That goes But you know the magnificence named after the magnificent Montague who, of course, well known Destruct E. Oh, gosh, I think he told me that this was about 20 years ago when they saw him, um, magnetism. Montague had been in Chicago. But then, of course, he was most famous because he was in l. A on K g. F. J. And he didn't mean it. He was on during the Watts riots and a phrase that he had used for years. Burn baby burn really took on new significance. Oh, yeah. Another thing I was going to say on this there was, you know the reflections that did Romeo and Juliet? Yes. Two White boys from Detroit. Did you know that they were actually do a group on one time? They're not the same reflections is the one in New York, But, yes, they did Do some due up. Well, these guys, um They actually did that song just like Johnny Keys and magnificence. Actually, there were five of them now. This was about 13 years ago when I was working with a promoter in Milwaukee and these guys Has some fantastic do up stuff. But what they did that up on the mountain with that, and we loved it. Because that opening what the base with that don't meet on being number number, and, um, they don't mean it. And everybody was going nuts in there. That so I'm gonna let you go. Tonight that I'm going to see if I can find at least the name of that book for you Put it on the air for somebody that order it. Everything. Thank you from one concert to the other and all of this, how much fun it was on the world, but how much work it was on the road, So there's so many books like that. But if you like Chicago do up, Robert Kruger wrote a book specifically on that. S so there's there's a lot of them, but to me, they're on Lee real do off if they don't call themselves do off, which was a made up word in 1970. If they understand that they're vocal group harmony, because that's what the music is. Didn't that they take that whoever named him that from the worst of the late forties where a lot of the stuff done by groups, they would actually do that. Of course, of course, But the guy who did it, The guy was murdered. He was murdered in a Knoxville. Why can't I think his name he did the first concerts early on. It's just not coming in right now. But he's the guy who coined the phrase for that. And oh, why can't I think of him? Well, I will. But anyway, that's who got murdered, but in Knoxville of all things Uh, Ah! You see if I could look that up? I don't know how I do that. If I say murder do up promoter probably gonna be 20 people, but, yeah, right. Right. S O. Gus Gossard is his name. It's funny, but I looked it up. The first thing that came out was Richard. Nate. I'm like, no, not hardly Gus gossip. Is, uh who, uh, glasses? Yeah. Gus got certain they died with the sunglasses on. But anyway, uh, he was he was the first year and know that Well, you know, it was in all the all the Knoxville papers is a big deal. Uh, but to this day, I think it's an unsolved murder. And every now and then you'll see, uh little documentaries like I think TV 10, which is the I. R in Knoxville had a deal a couple years ago on that. Guster went to UT so he would. He was kind of known in that area, but right in West Knox County, But anyway hey, I have one more question for you. I used to listen to that history of rock and roll. Was there some kind of on a encyclopedia that they used for that because no information was just forever and ever on that the original writer was Nicky wine, and I K k I Nikki wine. She was the first writer of American top 40. Sadly, she's dead been dead since 95. But then on that was the local version. And then Ron Jacobs was involved with it as well. No, it was..
"frank zappa" Discussed on Weird AF News
"I should be selling like hot pockets or slapped chops. get the slap chop. I got an email from kim kim far debt. She wrote you make my day every morning. Jones you are so freaking funny. It will be exactly a year on january thirtieth. That i've been listening to you on my google assistant which i received from my birthday. Your comments at the best. Thanks for all the laughs that you bring to my day. Unbelievable unbelievable email. It just made me smile so hardcore kim fired at you really made my day. There's a lovely email. I wanna hear from fans and they rates such things. It just makes me feel like what i'm doing like okay in the world. So yeah thank you. You guys can email me. Like kim did and make me smile or you can ask me a question or whatever you could say that. I suck awfulness if you want. That's okay too. It's funny jones. A g mail dot com. You can also hit me up on instagram. Like a lot of people have been doing lately. We've been having conversations on there. I answer most of the dmz so reach out at funny jones and follow me. They're almost four thousand followers. Let's get there. I think. I need like ten more. So push me over four k guys. Yeah not that that means anything. What's four thousand. That's nothing really. I mean if i was at ten thousand then i'd be high five and mo- foes for sure but we gotta get there guys baby steps baby steps when i'm at ten thousand instagram followers. Then i could sell terrible products on there like like other influencers. Do not knowing so annoying. Hey guys thanks. Thanks for coming in my instagram. And just want to let you know about this new toothpaste. okay it's made out of a dinosaur butthole okay and it's just really great dinosaur butthole toothpaste now. That was weird that toothpaste could be made out of your butthole should write a song about that. People would love that. Like a frank zappa song. Something called.
"frank zappa" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast
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