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"gary brooker" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

05:11 min | 2 months ago

"gary brooker" Discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast

"He owns his own music. His girlfriend does all the videos, right? He had all his, he just released a vinyl album and he signed every single one of them, like him and his they were boxing them up and they were sending them out. He said, nobody owns me. And the dude is killing it. But he is lightning in a bottle. He worked. This guy fucking grinding out. He grounded out. To get to how he got there. And he struck lightning. You know, he struck gold with his lyrics and social media, you know, if you catch that wave, well, any artist is going to make money. Right? Well, I think that's one of the good things is, you know, from an independent standpoint, you know, you don't have to be playing Madison Square Garden. You can still carve out a living, playing the music that you want. And you can get it out to people. You know, I mean, it's a balance, right? There's good and bad to both sides of it. Yeah. Yeah. We didn't even get into the, maybe we could pick this up at the beginning of the next show. We could skip past the castle. I'm not gonna be on the next show. Oh, that's right. Then I'll save it for that. That's not gonna be in next week. No, no, I'll be there. I'll be here next week. I think it's the week after. Yeah. But I wanted to get into the whole the MP3 invasion. Napster and LimeWire and that changed everything. But we could talk about that next week. That's a good conversation. Because there's a lot of reasons behind how things happened. Why they happened, why people did what they did while music groups did what they did. And that was a pretty interesting time in music. So, and I just wanted to give a shout out to my new friend, Cynthia sir. She is the host of the true hauntings and scary stories podcast. She does a great job. I am now officially her video editor for her YouTube channel. That she's going to start release all jacks making the face. See Cynthia is a nice girl. She's a very appreciate that. She's a very nice girl. I wasn't making faces at her. I was making sure that why? You paint, you play the guitar, you've photography, I do a little photography. But see, your stuff is that that stuff. I like my stuff, editing. I think it's wonderful. I think it's creative. By the way, hey, we shouldn't we shouldn't really sign off without making mention of Gary brooker's death oh, by the way, born on this day. Tom Schultz from Boston, the group Austin. J Rick Rubin, right? Cofounder of Def Jam records. With Russell Simmons and established American recordings, record company. I think he's a guy that probably takes care of his people. Rick room..

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"gary brooker" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:24 min | 3 months ago

"gary brooker" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Ray I'm Raleigh James that of course is the main ingredient in 1974 on RCA got to number 8 on the R&B charts ten on the pop charts and Scotty and east Chicago wanted to hear just don't want to be lonely and have to play that too So 88 88 Robin she I'm always happy to play and what I like them And not so happy when I don't Occasionally I'll make an exception but fewer and fewer yes my patients on that is growing thin So Mike and Mount Pleasant welcome to WGN radio Hi there Raleigh There was a single of a very famous song that passed away with in the past 24 hours and nobody's mentioned in his name is Gary brooker You know I'm sorry Gary died He was facing cancer and it was tough I'm really sorry about that but I wish the hell you had taken whiter shade of pale with him Come on That has to be one of the worst songs I ever had to play That was one that I started to say to myself maybe I'll never do this anymore Yeah horrible song Hated it It's surreal it's dismal but it's moody I mean but it's horrible to like it at all I like nothing about it and there is not you couldn't pay me to play that Well I won't ask you to play I know You can not get me to play a proko Haram record It's just never going to happen You heartbreaker Yeah well you know that though You know that before you call I thought maybe Ken Christopher thought you would like But no Conquistador by the way but that's all right I see All right good deal Thanks no It's not going to be happening And as I say it's sad that he died And he had a lot of friends and I respect his ability as a musician I just don't want to hear the music He came up with And you know wider shade of pale was a huge record which means that somebody bought that A lot of somebody's It was top 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 It was one of the few singles that actually sold 10 million physical copies And so this is a hit I never want to hear it Just absolutely never 888-876-5593 is 88 88 Raleigh And again rest in peace to Gary brooker And he'd been fighting cancer for a while but I think he died at home and from what I understand it was fairly fairly peaceful and that's good So now we'll dispense with proko harem and she would get back to dating app murders probably not I had a few other things too Did you hear that Bangkok is thinking about changing their name except not really A lot of people got worried about this And actually what they're doing is they're replacing a semicolon with a parenthetical phrase Parenting a word in this case And you're saying what it's just Bangkok not anywhere in the country it isn't The name of Bangkok which is perfectly fine for us If you happen to be in Thailand is krong the knock on And then it had a semicolon and after that it said Bangkok And apparently what they want to do the people who are in charge of the language is have it say maha knock on and then in parentheses Bangkok And I'm trying to think it meant something I'm trying to think of what it means again like great city or something It's got some thing that keeps about something about great city And so most people shorten it to just crawling the conversation Oh great city of angels I just looked it up That's what it means I guess the maha nakano or whatever is a great city of angels And so the locals just call it krong thep And of course the rest of us call it Bangkok and apparently some people went have not said what do you mean you're going to change the name No they're just going to put Bangkok in parentheses and get rid of the semicolon I don't know why I don't know why they had one But you know I've never understood having different names for places Now I recognize there's language differences but to me if a place is called something among the locals then that's its name And case in point Germany to me if it's deutschland there it storage London to hear Why do we call it something else I'm never understood that one And again I understand language differences but I would think that proper names be it a city be it a person whatever transcended what might be a language I think everybody should be on the same page I have lived in South America in the past I've always felt Brazil BRA SIL Well of course here it's BRA ziel Why I maybe you would know more than me about that That's for sure Then we have a mayor who has resigned Yes politicians resigning in disgrace Well this one I don't know He's saying that ice shanties may bring prostitution and the first thing I think is worries he none of it No he's in Hudson Ohio This mayor suggested that allowing ice fishing on a Lake could lead to prostitution It would be called and so he sent his resignation saying that his comments and a city council meeting had been misinterpreted And he said my attempt was to inject a bit of dry humor to make a point about this But it was grossly misunderstood So apparently the question is whether to permit people to fish on the frozen city Lake And he said he wanted to raise some data points Like bringing in the hookers I guess so Does someone come back next year and say I want an ice shanty on Hudson springs for X amount of times And if you then allow ice fishing with shanties then that leads to another problem Prostitution Now you've got the chief of police and the police department involved Yeah right This guy just won the indoor Olympic conclusion jump category And he later said that his comment about ice shanties and prostitution stemmed from his experience as a television news reporter And I'm going back to where in the Yukon and covering law enforcement agencies that have arrested people for.

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"gary brooker" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:10 min | 3 months ago

"gary brooker" Discussed on WTOP

"Is about Cody and his partner Chelsea who was 7 months pregnant at the time and their 5 year old son who was sleeping in the bedroom closest to the front door Canadian protests have been broken up and now some American truckers are vowing to make a point about vaccine mandates and other issues CBS Scott McFarland The head of one of these convoys tells me the goal is to slow or stop traffic right here The Washington capital bellway a 64 mile highway that surrounds the nation's capital They see the largely trying to stay outside the city limits to avoid any run ins with federal law enforcement So Virginia and Maryland state police tell me they're on alert Some truckers are due to set off in California in a few hours One state is looking to clear the way for vehicles of the future as we hear from CBS Jennifer Kuiper The newly created Arkansas council on future mobility is looking into more drone delivery autonomous vehicles and even flying cars governor asa Hutchinson tells CBS News radio what's at the forefront is the electric vehicles we've got to invest in the electric charging stations Cyrus sagari will lead the council bringing together private investors big corporations like Walmart and universities And figure out what are the roadblocks that are going to keep us from accelerating and continue to expand the benefits of these technologies Overseas in Britain musician Gary brooker has died The vocalist and keyboardist in the band proko harem which had that smash hit in 1967 brooker had cancer he was 76 years old Wall Street right now the Dow is down 78 points This is CBS News Never miss a moment top news from WTO P 24/7 360 five Listen on air on Alexa and on the WTO p.m. 1103 on WTO it's hump day Wednesday February 23rd Clouds in 62 now were heading into the low 70s Good morning I'm Maurice Lewis And I'm Debra Feinstein here at the top local stories we're following if you are planning to be on the beltway later today You may come across some truckers with signs on their vehicles It's part of a protest with a convoy coming this afternoon from Pennsylvania at least two other convoys have similar plans over the next week or so The convoy coming today departed from Scranton Pennsylvania along with truckers and includes pickup trucks cars bob bolus one of the organizers Well we get to the bellway We're coming here to make a statement He says they'll probably arrive in the D.C. region sometime late this afternoon Yo we're not going to be flying down the road You're going to be running 40 45 miles an hour to most with these flag trucks and everything else that are here They plan to drive around the beltway Protesting higher fuel costs COVID-19 mask mandates and vaccine requirements bolus says depending on how it goes they may stay through tomorrow Nick ain't LA WTO news And Anna rundle county family is mourning after a tragic accident that appears to have been caused by mother nature A.

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"gary brooker" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:15 min | 3 months ago

"gary brooker" Discussed on WTOP

"Ukraine Correspondent Charlie dager is in Kyiv where Russian diplomats have left their mission We've learned the Russian government ordered the evacuation of all staff at the embassy here in the capital and they are reports employees destroyed documents as they headed for the exits Get ready to pay more to drive and heat your home The Russia Ukraine crisis is expected to drive up already high fuel prices here in the U.S. CBS Errol Barnett is in Washington Gas prices are continuing their upward march with a gallon of regular now costing you an average of $3 53 cents and the cost of heating oil is also up It's costing Americans 47% more now to warm up our homes with heating oil this winner than it did a year ago U.S. truckers are taking a cue from drivers in Canada and setting out on the road to Washington D.C. in hopes of arriving in time for President Biden's State of the Union speech next week Stephanie carbon former national security analyst for the Canadian government The difference is in the United States of course is that there aren't the same kinds of mandates that Canadians have been living through So if there is a convoy movement in the United States it's definitely not pandemic related It's being driven by similar anti government forces Every U.S. state except for Hawaii has now dropped or has plans to drop mask mandates Ford is recalling 330,000 Mustangs that could have faulty backup cameras Jeff Gilbert is in Detroit The 2015 through 17 model year Mustangs have rear camera displays that can become distorted or completely go blank The problem has been traced to a wiring that can become loose or damaged to minor crashes have been reported but no injuries A new report from the UN warns of a global crisis from higher temperatures and a drier earth correspondent Ben Tracy It says wildfires are projected to rise by 50% by the end of the century and even the Arctic and other regions not normally affected by wildfires will face an elevated risk His music helps set the mood for 1960 7s summer of love Russell harems frontman Gary brooker has died the band says he'd been receiving treatment for cancer.

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Gary Brooker, frontman of rock band Procol Harum, dies at 76

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Gary Brooker, frontman of rock band Procol Harum, dies at 76

"Procol Harum singer and keyboardist Gary Brooker has died after a battle with cancer he was seventy six our margins are a letter with a look at his career Gary Parker knew that when he died Procol Harum a whiter shade of pale would be the song he'd be remembered for he said in a twenty seventeen AP interview he was proud of that song but it was not the best one he had ever done what shall I have a my grace no I didn't know I wouldn't have it on my grave I don't even think I have it played at my funeral I'm gonna write something much better for my funeral local ham had various line ups over the years but Brooker was a constant worker also owned a public talk Eric Clapton how to fish and was married to the same woman for fifty three years

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"gary brooker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"gary brooker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Some of you know his 40 year tradition of playing winter solstice concerts at the Cathedral of Saint John the Divine In Morningside Heights, the 41st and when annual Winter Solstice concert, the one this year will be virtual, and for today, Paul has also brought a gift of music for us. From his new album called Light of the Sun. Hi, Paul. Big fan and thanks for giving us a few minutes happy solstice. Well, thank you, Brian. The same to you. How did the Saint John the Divine Solstice Concert tradition gets started way back in 1980. The dean of the cathedral, then the rib very Reverend James Parkes more than heard us play a to couple of events and asked if we would want to come and play at the cathedral, which at first I couldn't imagine doing. I had been there for Duke Ellington's funeral 1974. Was the most astounding place I've ever been to and I, But after a while, I finally agreed that we could find I hoped we could find music that would be appropriate. In any case, I began to think of what would be the most universal milestone of the year. We could celebrate. And it occurred to me is the winter solstice, which includes everybody in the world. And did you have an all face all culture celebration of diversity of life on Earth? And so we did our first one. That December thinking well with we would do it one time and now we've done it's 40 times. Hi. Well, even the title of your new album Light of the Sun makes it sound like you're very attuned to the changing cycle of light throughout the year. How'd you get interested in this? Well, it probably has a boy scout in the mountains of Pennsylvania going up, Uh, being outdoors and, uh, feeling at home there, Um and, uh, now I live in the hills of northwest Connecticut and When you can get to be in nature some I mean, I think it's just It's intuitive with us. You know, it's funny that you talk about the boy scouts and going out like that. For me growing up in Queens. Um And then you know the first time I went camping, which wasn't until I was young adult. Kind of struck me in the face that you better be in tune with nature throughout the day or you're screwed. Right? Exactly. But light is visual music is audio. How do they connect? In a space like the cathedral, which is the world's largest, um, that has seven second reverberations. Music comes alive there. Are better than speech does. As does the theatrical lighting that we use in this winter solstice celebration. That illuminates the cathedral. I think in ways that it never has been before, and that's what's been thrilling to see as we went through 40 years of our archives. Videos of this event to come up with 2.5 hours that would highlight the most iconic performance is over all these decades. So that's going to be a treat Your 30 41st annual pulling to consort Consort Solstice concert. Those words are too similar. Um, Since you can't do it in person, it's gonna be a best of from the last 40 years. Yes. And we have with singers from seven cultures. Gary Brooker, from Procol Harum singing one of the most iconic songs of the 20th century with a whiter shade of pale. Even leans from Brazil. No Paul Stookey of Peter Paul and Mary, the Dmitri Pokrovsky fingers from Russia. Then we have a lot of dance, the African dancing and drumming of the Forces of Nature Dance Theater. And Philippe Petit will make a special appearance, too, repelling down from the vault of the cathedral as the torchbearer to two, then lead the procession to the Far East end of the cathedral to ignite the sun. How can people see that? Give them the Web address. It's a video on demand. And the access is available on solstice concert.

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"gary brooker" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"gary brooker" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"No boys. Sometimes the simplest of lyrics are The best. Imagine somebody like Bob Dylan singing that not for you. I couldn't even find the door couldn't even see the floor. I said Blue, if not for you, Not for you. Yeah, well, there is a version of it because it's a song written by Bob Dylan. And Bob did recorded Put it on one of his albums. But he also helped on that with one George Harrison 50 years ago this week, George Harrison released All things must pass a triple. Album. So only one I'm aware of that a studio album there, you know, in a couple of concert albums center that produced by Phil Specter. Well, let's just take a quick look and just some Of the individuals that aided in the recording of that album. Eat ham of bad finger. Peter Frampton. Klaus Borman. Bobby Whitlock, who ended up playing there's a studio musician ended up playing on Derek and the dominos with Eric Clapton. Eric Clapton is on the album also Ginger Baker from cream. Some guy named Ringo. Some guy named Billy Preston. Wow, Gary Riders Spooky tooth. Gary Brooker, a protocol harum and there are some unsubstantiated You know what that means yet, But there are some unsubstantiated rumors that John Lennon And Richard Wright of Pink Floyd were on the album. I'm I Might You Might could get me to buy into the Richard. Right, Right. I'm not buying into the John Lennon. No, almost all of them. Not all there are quite a few of the songs on all things must pass that were written when George was a beetle, and almost all of the ones that he wrote for this that were written when he was a beetle had to do with the discord in the decaying relationship that was going on within the band. I like Title by any stretch of the imagination. Think I'm a music expert, But most music experts say that all things must pass. It is the best solo album by a former Beatle. And I'm even put me on the list of people that believe very good. Yeah, I'm also what do you think there's McCartney's best solo. Not wait wings. I didn't say wings, said McCartney. McCartney. Very first one. I like the very personal. Really? Yeah. Wow. Okay. For me, it's either Ram. Band. I was going to say Ban on the right side, and I can't. I can't do wings. Yeah. Band on the run would be my favorite, but that swing What about linen? Double fantasy. Everybody always talks, you know, Imagine what a great album know what a great song the album was A okay? Double fantasy was a much better album. Great albums standing the day standard the day Stat of the day who among Members of the Beatles. Has recorded the most solo albums once again, Wings does not count. Your terrorism. Already I'm gonna go John Lennon. The obvious answer should be Paul McCartney. But that would be the wrong answer. It's Ringo Starr. Wait. He did albums. George had what 5455? I believe John had 45 Paul had somewhere. 13 14 15 something like that. I don't hold me to this. But I'm pretty sure that Ringo had over 2020 thing. Solo albums. Wow. And I couldn't make me anything other than back off Boogaloo, and you're only 16, which we all know. Politically incorrect these days. Derek Fox, president, CEO of the Valero Alamo Bowl, joins us in 15 minutes. In an accident.

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"gary brooker" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"gary brooker" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Unstoppable Force at wacky radio. Gary Burbank is one of the most legendary radio voices across America in the last 50 years. Hey, garish. Welcome back. Special, Terry. Thanks for having me on your old John. Hey, dude, When I talk to you this morning, I knew you'd been crying. So tell us about your buddy Johnny ran off. What kind of a leader he wass. Hey, was ah, just the most easy going person ever. And you know that if you get a bunch of guys on the air, something very competitive with the other stations. You're always, uh Your You know your little your little hyper and the Bradys would come in, and, uh, you'd run back to the back. Ah ah, Like you saw the mail Come, whatever. So the radio there and then right back to Johnny's office during why you have a record on and Johnny the radio back, and Johnny would say. Uh, they're around here somewhere. You know, I I don't I don't I don't know what that Sally handled things and no one ever got. That's been out of shape. Excited. Yeah. Wait. We got excited, but you know it was. It was a lot of competition. And Johnny was just just It was a terrific creepy people that he was the guy that hired me. But he wasn't actually Bob Todd hired me. Ah, w A k Y from W. P s. And, Ah, what I do when I came in Johnny was assistant program director. And, uh, I mean it. Bob. The size move, Teo. This historian John became programmed, Rick. Uh, Bob decided to move your name, not natural Chattanooga. He had something going in Chattanooga. So Al Smith was the manager. What a great guy and a competent guy and all of that, but I'll call everybody into a conference room and we all sat down and out, said I've decided I'm going to be manager and program director. I looked over and I saw Johnny's face kind of fall. He was hoping to be, you know, grass and Ah and I said You can't be manager and programmed record because the program director is who protects us from the manager on DH. Announces You're such a great guy just, you know, you know, he kind of smiled and said I could, you know, do this. Okay. Well, we pointed degree, so we all got up. All the guys got up and said we could give you gas from down to think about this. Maybe maybe we'll come back. So we went up to coincide, Dutchman. You know that? I don't That's still there. Not that I don't think so. It was. It was a bar, you know, in front and it was all a judge. You know, all of them. We were sitting there. We wanted Randolph to be, you know, Program director so everything like if, if a sales and accidentally walked into the bar area A T s. Are we beginning last there? And so we add a couple of beers and pretty soon you know, they came and went to see Alan out out, smilingly. Okay, guys, I think you're right, too. I got plenty to do is manager so we're going to make Johnny DPD talk about talk about Johnny giving all you guys the space to be creative because so many other people impersonated wacky because of its personality. I mean across America. You know what? He ended up in that in that poll about? You know the greatest rock stations of all time. They ended up pretty close to top 10 and Ah, yeah, I think I don't think I think it was just become Roderick. And I'm sure that every station hands there, but it was special. It working. And of course, he had the only Duca Louisville on the And that's just pretty much guaranteed You a pretty good book, You know, I mean, rating period and Ah and Johnny just new Powder and a tap into that force. I could never be a program director. I was once and I understand it now. I never figured it out. But you just gotta you without, you know, raising hell and making somebody really upset Nel. Ed, you've got to learn howto do it low key, and Johnny could always do that. Well, he was loyal to that station all through these years and obviously still worked there until recently and passed away last night. And but I think he I think that he helped reshape Louisville radio, too. Just because so much creativity was coming out of that time from all you guys in that lineup. Everybody else had Yeah, it was a good lineup. I mean, you're right. Ah ah, you know, with the midday Pia Dude Walker, who passed last year and Ah, scan a funny dude and Johnny both. You sure used to say they were two years younger than they really were. And ah, I would. I would always when I was around him. I would always say I was two years old, and I just knew they wanted to go, You idiot. Oh, on, uh So now it was just actually, I mean, we were just Partners, man. You know we were partners in it, and everybody was good guys and And all that. And it wasn't there a thing where Johnny Randolph and someone else went overto wk elo and hooked up something to make it play Wah keys jingles They got in. Yeah, something like that again. Something like that. Johnny was always playing tricks and things like that. Hey. Ah, it's so sure I know that, uh, I was just talking to Willie Hennes today really? Was the program director of Ah of Kahlo. And he said Johnny Randolph 11 of our big contest One time Randolph had, you know, interested contest yet? Answer all the questions, right. What was it turned out Thiss contest was a nationally syndicated thing, and they had sent it to Johnny. But Johnny didn't Buy it, Caleb on it. And so when it came time to, you know, get in and answer the big question. It's jumping Randall, and he didn't say I think you used this job is his real name was asking lighter, so he used his reviews This really name and will if they want to 150 bucks off, Gary, it is good here and from you. I know you've got a birthday coming up this week, too. So I just want to throw a happy birthday to you as well. And you are missed on the radio brother. Thank you so much. And and thanks for caring about Johnny, too. That's good. Why, bro? I'm going to see you on the golf course. One of these days. I'm gonna get back out there. So, Yeah. If I ever get out from under the bed hiding from this bug gets after me, then Ah, pretty quick. Okay, go put three mask on and I'll talk to you later Gear. I read there's Gary Brooker Banks live from his home in Florida. I'm the Louisville Ruth. Dr dot com. Traffic Center Use radio Wait 40 W. H. J s traffic heading south Bound 71 big delays this afternoon have a crash working on 71 south down just before the Waterson near Lime Kiln looks like all South Challenge of LA traffic will be detoured at the Snyder Freeway. Also accidents working at Westport Road in Chamberlain Lane, 26 Slevin wth in the West in a crash. 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"gary brooker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

19:10 min | 2 years ago

"gary brooker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The New York Philharmonic celebrating the holiday season with Handel's messiah conducted by Harry Beckett now through December he twenty first at David Geffen hall tickets at NY good at this filled season daughter work this is W. N. Y. C. ninety three point nine FM AM eight twenty NPR news and the New York conversation we are back at the cathedral of Saint John the divine for the annual winter solstice concert the final part of these seasonal events is always a crowd pleaser the idea is that we've been on a journey that we've gone through something and are now coming out the other side in this case a journey through the shortest darkest day of the year and into the promise of the new year that's the sentiment behind this next song called the rain is over in god some once again by to reset Thomas he is is and hello we this she and this hi Scott the see see we easy this to me here the gospel singer to reset Thomas and and the rain was over in guard this edition of the annual winter solstice concert is dedicated to the memory of Sir George Martin the Beatles producer who was also a musical late between fall winter and tonight's special guest Gary Brooker local Holland here's Paul winter to talk about another link they all share George margins musical roots were in classical music his favorite composer as well as mine and workers was Johann Sebastian Bach and I've always like to imagine George had this is an album with hold J. S. knowing George you're probably suggested they go somewhere warm with the beach to make the album did with us somewhere like Brazil maybe if they had an interface like that walking on the beach in Copacabana for few days and looking at all of the sites they might have come up with something like this for and the Eugene Friesen is the long time fell to the floor with the consulate and that's a Brazilian fire the race was at the famous air on the G. string by far and now Gary Brooker returns with his band focal Harlem's most famous song which is actually built on the original bass line of that we I was see see a as so she said this is.

"gary brooker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"gary brooker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Solstice celebration from the cathedral of Saint John the divine in New York City I'm John shade one of this year's featured guest re establishes a musical connection that goes all the way back to nineteen seventy one when the Paul winter consort was playing the Fillmore east auditorium on a double bill with the band Procol Harum led by Gary Brooker featured both his writing and his bluesy vocals fall winter was captivated and is Gary Brooker says the feeling was mutual we absolutely love to win to console we've never seen anybody in a bad light you know because they used kind of at a jazz flavor that say but where was are used quite a few instruments that you wouldn't normally associate instruments like the cello and the oboe played by Paul McCandless Paul McCandless is still playing with the winter consort all these years later I think would play with full well we went to console quite a few times around then perform and from the association's poll ended up and in England they recorded all produced by by George marching with album called the classical chamber music instrumentation of the Paul winter consort led to a sound that was different from the increasingly complex rock music of the day Gary Brooker says that was also something that happened common with our strengths I think in our items are usually to combine the law that he really cold content with with unusual songs and coal shake wishes and we don't get played by somebody by live version of.

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"gary brooker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"gary brooker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"No he is a those say say he's just this Bobby on a close the Brazilian singer with hunter de LA you're more from both of our stuff from gas Bobbi ana and the purple Harlem singer Gary Brooker.

"gary brooker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:10 min | 2 years ago

"gary brooker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In the spring of nineteen seventy one the console was booked to play at the Fillmore east here in New York to open for the band Procol Harum and I was excited they were my favorite rock band size it's and I remember loving this bluesy voice their lead singer and founder Gary Brooker and wondering would be great to do something together some day well the thing about dreams I guess is to keep them alive this one only took forty five years but tonight it's coming true please welcome Gary Brooker on the floor they the one we on where all the goal for two days it'll we the the room thank you John record the lead singer and pianist of the band Procol Harum that song is almost fifty years old now goes back to the days when Gary and fall winter first met and bonded over their love of the music of Bach and their admiration for.

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"gary brooker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"gary brooker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"NYC and this week on the New York a radio hour the actor Peter Dinklage talks about life after game of thrones including his recent stage production of Cyrano and why some game of thrones fans over reacted to the show's finale tune in tomorrow morning at ten on ninety three point nine FM or ask your smart speaker to play W. NYC it's twenty eight degrees right now will be around twenty five overnight partly sunny and thirty eight tomorrow this is W. NYC FM HD and AM New York if you think of New York City around the holidays you probably think of large buildings decked out in seasonal decoration that comes from one of Manhattan's but also one of its most unexpected ringing out in the background you hear Paul winters saxophone echoing through the cathedral of Saint John the divine and that's Paul McCandless and his over answering from a distant part of the building of the Manhattan is somewhat improbably the home of the world's largest gothic cathedral as every year Paul winter brings members of his extended musical family here to celebrate the winter solstice our guest list begins with the all like Bobby on the coast and we're not the gospel and in the role of that family friend that you haven't seen so many years the English singer and pianist Gary Brooker you're invited to this year's solstice party as well beginning a right now in the cathedral of Saint John the divine.

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"gary brooker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"gary brooker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Accomplishment is looking now in retrospect that's coming up after news headlines tonight low around twenty five degrees currently it's thirty two degrees mostly clear skies at seven thirty the magnificent cathedral of Saint John the divine would be filled with music as we celebrate the winter solstice I'm John Schaefer join me as Paul winter in the winter consort welcome Procol Harum founder Gary Brooker Brazilian singer Renato bras and the percussion troop forces of nature it's a global tradition in the heart of New York tonight at ten on ninety three point nine FM W. when life support for W. NYC comes from geico insurance is celebrating over seventy five years of providing auto insurance for drivers across America Google can also help insure motorcycles R. V.'s homes and more more at geico dot com or one eight hundred nine four seven auto if you believe democracy requires a free press your station is W. NYC ninety three point nine FM and am eight twenty NPR news and the New York conversation line from NPR news in Culver city California I'm do a holy site count tell president trump says he accepts house speaker Nancy Pelosi's invitation to deliver the state of the union address on February fourth the invite comes two days after the democratic led house took that historic step of voting to impeach him as NPR's ones are Johnson reports in a letter to trample as he said her invitation comes in the spirit of respecting the constitution.

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"gary brooker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"gary brooker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Didn't make sense to them and so I think there was hello hurt an offense taken to sort of that initial comment the city could now be liable for millions of dollars in damages this afternoon sunny but cold tonight clear low around twenty three but with the wind it will feel much colder currently it is twenty three degrees feels like fifteen in Central Park support for NPR comes from the pajama Graham company offering hoodie forty PJ's footed pajamas for warmth and personal style in solids holiday prince and Nordic fleece more at the John Graham dot com the magnificent cathedral of Saint John the divine will be filled with music as we celebrate the winter solstice I'm John Schaefer join me as Paul winter in the winter consort welcome Procol Harum founder Gary Brooker Brazilian singer Renato bras and the percussion troop forces of nature it's a global tradition in the heart of New York tomorrow night at ten on ninety three point nine FM W. NYC the ace are two hundred and thirty the nays are one ninety seven present is one article one is a doctor the president I'd states has been impeached for now only the third time in history the first you know that calm impeachment light from the very moment that the majority party in this house one the inevitability that we would be here today was only a matter of what day they would schedule nothing else we voted against it three times as recently as July we did not want house Democrats are dividing the country every further shaking the people's trust in this Congress this impeachment is permanent they will follow him around for the rest of his life.

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"gary brooker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

11:51 min | 2 years ago

"gary brooker" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The winter consort welcome Procol Harum founder Gary Brooker Brazilian singer Renato bras and the percussion troop forces of nature it's a global tradition in the heart of New York tomorrow night at ten on ninety three point nine FM W. NYC morning edition from NPR news I'm Steve Inskeep in Washington DC and I'm David green in Culver city California six months ago on August twelfth a national security official filed what became the whistle blower complaint the launch president Donald Trump towards impeachment that process ended last night when the house of representatives approved two articles of impeachment against the president those in favor say aye those opposed nay the ayes have it that vote followed six hours of speeches on the house floor the president is the smoking gun let me be clear this is nothing more than a political hit job president trump will continue to abuse his office and obstruct Congress if left unchecked Pontius pilot afforded more rights to Jesus than the Democrats have afforded this president and this process I said that a dark cloud was descending upon this body and today because of the clock and the calendar it is closing I know all this sets up a trial that we're going to see in the Senate political reporter in pure political Porter to mac is here to talk us through all of this morning to him the morning so I don't know what we call yesterday it was called a debate that was speeches may be but if they were speeches men who were lawmakers actually talking to well they weren't exactly talking to each other I mean both sides were pretty dull again there were a lot of angry admonishments allegations of bad faith on both sides and interruptions and you're stirring speeches lawmakers were basically knowledge and that no one's views would change during this hours long debate and this is been a culmination of a process that began some three months ago with the launch of an impeachment inquiry well I mean even though the speeches were planned and I'm sure scripted by members I mean that there were some dramatic moments there was one when Texas Republican Louie Gohmert said that Ukraine had interfered in the U. S. election and and that prompted quite a response from house judiciary chairman Gerald Nadler I am deeply concerned that any member of the house since about Russian propaganda on the floor of the house it's quite a serious charge that tells about that moment right well congressman dumber angrily returns the microphones began yelling it was a reflection of just how bitter this political moment has become there's very little good will between the two parties in the house right now I mean so it's a little good well that this is expected to be just a strictly partisan vote were were there any surprises at all well generally speaking no I mean Democrats did have two defections congressman Collin Peterson he's a long time member of the house and congressman Jeff Andrew who has announced his intent intention to become a Republican but both have been clear about their intentions ahead of time once a prize however was from congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard she's running for president in the democratic primary Jennifer decided not to vote yes or no on the peace with articles she voted present it was a surprise because she represents a district that is heavily democratic voted for Hillary Clinton over trump by about thirty percentage points and in a statement she dismissed impeachment as the quote culmination of a partisan process fueled by tribal animosities well it was it was amazing sort of fall this last night I mean you had all of his unfolding on Capitol Hill but then your president trump with a bunch of you know loud supporters at a rally in Michigan totally different same old happening there well he dismissed in peace for any touted support among his face and he even marked the league John Dingell he's a former democratic congressman who had been the longest ever serving member of the house of representatives John would be so thrilled he's looking down a beach house thank you so much for I said that's okay don't worry about it maybe is looking well so it was eight Trumpy in speech with the trump in Tony mock the pronunciation of people to judge his name for example and he continued his attacks on Hillary Clinton I too now it's on to a trial in the Senate what will when will that take place we know well plus see house speaker Pelosi wouldn't guarantee she'll send the articles over until they're assured eat fair trial in the Senate at least what she considers a fair trial okay so Democrats in the house still feeling they might have some leverage over over the timing here and your political reporter to mac thanks so much to him thank you we listened all day yesterday to lawmakers debating impeachment and we've also been listening to voters who been following the process Pauline and Edward the friends of Lewiston Maine say the president has done some good and some bad but the best thing now is to get him out of office is there a way of everything you can have a president that lies all the time he gets garden and you get out of it well while I get tired of it and I don't listen to it anymore so I don't see the American people can afford him anyway Keith Johnson from Watertown Wisconsin did not vote for the president he says but now thinks the president is doing a good job and Johnson is also distrustful of Democrats well I think it's a political move on the part of the Democrats to I know of take some of the wind out of Tom's sales I would rather have them working on the problems of the country than wasting time into the mess of peach melon Louisiana residents Devin Prue hole and Jennifer Johnson want to point out that impeachment is dividing Americans it is a distraction is a strike really important and it's to love one another and just be a other than just brothers and sisters and not at each other so if you're a few days some opinions we've heard thanks to your NPR stations around the country suicide is the second leading cause of death for teenagers and schools increasingly are seen as a key place to help at risk students stay safe but suicide prevention training for school employees varies a lot state by state Jennifer macam reports from member station WGBH Christina worried when she found her sixteen year old boyfriend Jacob Goyette drunk and crying at school in the spring of twenty eighteen a sophomore in high school Christine already knew too many people who had died by suicide so her mind immediately went to the worst case scenario we are calling Kristina by her middle name because of her family's concern for privacy she says she left Jacob with a friend and headed to the social worker at her suburban Boston high school for help like I banged on the door like working hard and she opened it and I was like almost like in two years promised me that call his parents and tell the dean of the school so everyone would know but Cristina says that's not what happened less than two months later she got the worst news possible Jacob killed himself in his backyard tree house he was the fifth student who had attended the active Boxborough regional high school to die by suicide in about two years Jacob's mother Shannon Goyette says she was floored to find out later that Christina had tried to warn her that her son was at risk have someone say to you that because the chance we could hope check up because somebody came forward for on his behalf and that was a possibility we could have changed things to make it was just devastating grant recently notified school officials that she plans to sue the district for failing to contact her she believes if she'd been told she could have saved her youngest son's life she knew that Jacob struggled with anxiety in ADHD but she says she did not understand how troubled he was she says Christina saw the signs and told an adult she was on the frontline she saw an and she reacted appropriately with her heart she was worried for Jake in the schools instructable school officials declined to discuss details of Jacob's death the social worker could not be reached for comment but go yes allegations put a focus on the responsibilities and challenges of schools to respond to the rising mental health needs of students many health experts are cautious about laying blame after suicide says Kleinman is a school social worker an adjunct professor at Simmons university in Boston it's really easy in retrospect after something terrible like this happens to assess that she did not perform her duties effectively but I don't know that we would know enough at least I don't based on what I know already to know what she should or should not have done most experts agree that school personnel in contact with students for a large part of the day are a key resource in providing help federal data shows that more than seventeen thousand young people aged nine to eighteen died by suicide across the U. S. between two thousand eight and twenty seventeen numbers are on the rise more than seventeen percent of high school students said in a recent survey that they seriously considered suicide in the last year Larry Berkowitz heads the nonprofit riverside trauma center in Massachusetts he provides resources to schools before and after a suicide we need those adults who around students to know what to do to note here to know what to look for and how to adequately respond the American foundation for suicide prevention recommends that states require all public school personnel receive at least two hours of suicide awareness and prevention training each year but the non profit says only thirteen states require such annual training most others require less frequent instruction or simply encourage staff to educate themselves many school officials say they need more resources in Bedford Massachusetts students and faculty are still reeling from the loss of a sixteen year old student to suicide earlier this year here school principal heather galante we're seeing an uptick EC and concerns around anxiety and mental health concerns and our students and our faculty is wanting to be better prepared Massachusetts passed a law to require public schools to train staff about suicide prevention but the law was never funded and the requirement was watered down to a guidance document in Acton Boxborough where Jacob quite yet was a student school officials say they recently started training all staff every two years the community has struggled with a string of suicide since twenty sixteen Christina Jacobs former girlfriend knew several of the students personally and one from Meghan two I for thank Matthew before Tom after Jacob died Christina dropped out of school she hopes that by talking about her efforts to support him she will push others to take young people seriously I tried to help pick up but it didn't work out so maybe I can help someone else as the number of youth suicides rise across the U. S. more families schools and experts are calling for communities to pay better attention to young people at risk for NPR news I'm Jennifer macam Jennifer Kim is a senior reporter with WGBH is New England center for investigative reporting and if you or someone you know is in crisis call the suicide prevention lifeline the number is one eight hundred two seven three eight two five five and you're listening to NPR news right here on WNYC in New York stay tuned coming up for years ago former students and their parents.

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"gary brooker" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"gary brooker" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Ninety KABC Peter Tilden six continues. You know what? Let's do a Peter Frampton this hour love given folks in the six o'clock hour a chance to win stuff. I always forget my goodness. Seven and eight and I'm sorry, but Peter Frampton it's his final farewell tour because he's got this issue that he says he's not going to be able to play guitar after this tour, which is awful, but you wanna go see him. He's playing with special guest, Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin evening. So he's going to be at the farm October the fifth if you're the seventh caller right now at eight hundred two two two five two two two two seven caller you near at eight hundred two two two five two two two. You can be going to see Peter Fritsch hard to say his last tour. What a good guy he's been through your so many times. And he's so talented. I saw him play with Ringo Starr's all star band with Jack, Bruce, and they played all the cream songs, and they played proclaim songs with Gary Brooker from proclaim on keyboards amazing amazing talent so on his guitar playing will be misled because he'll be okay, but not able to play guitar so talking about the DNC barring Fox News. From the debates and Trump President Trump saying he'll do the same thing with the fake news networks. What do you think is who do you think wins that one or who caves on that? I mean, I smell over the lines. If you wanna call call in a moment a half after the news because we wanted to be blown out, but who wins there and who loses their because I think the president can use this to his benefit for the optics unless the DNC has something up their sleeve. That's pretty smart. Although this is the same DMZ where the first time that the AFC. Cossio Cortez messed up in an interview badly. He said she's the new face of the party, and it went. Wow. Okay. I may be missing something here. Maybe I don't understand politics anymore or. Again, look how look how popular she is. And she's learning on the job. She's in provin. And and like, I said learning so's beta. So a lot of the young youngins. And when you ask them and policy questions, it's like, a humming homina homina and yet and yet because they know how to social media, and they know how to build a big following and everybody else in the Senate is a hundred years older deceased and not told yet the young kids are the future the future in there. And they all nobody wants to elevate her because she's already powerful whether she's respected or not is one thing, but she's already powerful. So I'll take your calls after these contests. Call eight hundred two two two five two two two. We'll be back right after the news..

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"gary brooker" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:20 min | 3 years ago

"gary brooker" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And now free throws for Benson off the timeout. Well, workers defensively he's really doing a very very good job. Northwestern this half after shooting the lights out the end of the second half. End of the first step is to for twelve so Rutgers defensively doing a real good job. Couple of those turnovers hurt. No question about it. But Rutgers right right back in this game. That's easy. Baskets of transition. Knocked down at three. So you just got to keep the pressure on here and get good shots. Every time. They the war. You'll have Harper Carter. Baker math is income on the floor. Northwestern is wet resting pardon. So. Of. Benz into the line. A fifty eight percent free for sure. He on the night, three points, four rebounds. First free throw is no good way too strong. But he won't get another. Second free. Throw for Benson is off and good one for two. And so it's forty two to thirty six northwestern with the lead northwestern four of seven malign tonight. Eleven fifty to play in the second Baker running the point we're going to get a foul inside north Nance picked up the foul, and it is indeed on Nancy picks up his first teams v. So Chom will throw in from the baseline left side of the basket. Chom looking find Baker in the left corner. He now are running out to the wing pick up his dribble. Flip it up top for Harper. Harper to his right holding the dribble now the flip pass Mathis back to Harper shoots the three. No good. And the ball is not gonna bounce last touch by Shaab northwestern ball. Crowd doesn't like it. But it looks it looks like Sean got his hands on it. The replay. I think shows that Shamas Alaska get the ball wide. Open three that type by Harper right in front of the Rutgers bench on a good throwback by that this. Cop on the right side beyond the arc. Six point lead for northwestern. Eleven twenty two to play in the second Brooker stays man bed. Here's Nancy top of the key hand the ball off the law. Pull up three. No, good rebound grant by Harper. Looking to run Harper straight up the floor. Pull up jumper from the foul line no-go and the ball is rebounded by gains. Jane's right wing to Nance left side law quarter court. Down to ten fifty six to go in the second forty two thirty six northwestern with possession. Largest hanging out between the circles shot clock at tans running to his right stopping and throwing a nobody ISA chomp comes away with Easter running the floor. Northwestern gets back, though, fine Mathis at the foul line works his way, and the shot is blocked away by Nance, and they call it foul. Wow. Wow. So neds picks up the personal his second. Look like from our vantage point, a clean block was always up on the glass. If puts this to the free throw line Montanez with eight points tonight. We'll see if he can do some damage from the free throw line here. Rutgers needs two points here. First free throw is up and no good. Final score is in Maryland beating Ohio State tonight seventy five sixty one they played that game in Columbus. Pharrell joy playing well took that seven straight for them. Benson and Nance come out. Pardon is back. And so as Taylor. Second free throw good from on desma got nine points. Rutgers trailing by five forty two thirty seven light pressure in the back court. The law will now walk the ball at the floor. For games now for Taylor on the far sideline guarded by Chom. Get it to part and top of the key right side throat a gains up top cop cop to his left at the elbow working his way across the foul runner in the lane is good. And it's forty four thirty seven northwestern the lead back to seven. Ten ten to go here in the second half. Good news like Koblet kept his head up. Baker between the circles holding his dribble flipping right for east. Chom guarded by Taylor. One dribble up to shack dourson just checked in Dorset was sitting up in call. Now Baker has it around a screen from shack. Cuts through the defense and lays it up off the front of the rim. No good. Rutgers wants to found not going to get it. Here's gains run the floor in the corner. Open. Three is good. The big turnaround are Gary Brooker is gonna call time out with nine forty to go and northwestern just like that. And we're gonna look at the replay boil poi- foul Baker hammer his four on hacked. We'll take a timeout nine forty to go in the.

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