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"george fish" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I tried to go to the NFL, I was afraid the bookies would force me to throw the games and return for not telling the colts about my activities. And so that's a possibility. Well, maybe so, but he named names. So my question is, I understand how we got suspended indefinitely. Pete Rozelle and all that. But I do not, I do not understand how somebody didn't kill him. Do you remember you might remember this at Ohio State. He threw the interception. Now, I don't think he did it on purpose, but he threw the interception and woody Hayes clothesline, the guy that caught the ball going down the field. And then woody's office's job arch released her through that path. Yeah, he was the last starting quarterback for woody. Yes. You know, it was not pretty. I think that was the Clemson game, wasn't it? I don't know. Well, I don't know The only reason I vaguely remember this is I did mornings in Jacksonville. In 1978, I think they were in the gator bowl. I think believe me the gator bowl was not top of mind awareness for me, but I'm pretty sure that that was that was the deal. So okay. And then I would have to tell you about the last conversation we had the main KC petrovski king. Absolutely. You knew the guy and I was like, oh, wow, I got to tell her this story. And I'll try to be quick. But anyway, Casey for Trotsky was working 9 to midnight. Right. And then Jim la Barbara, he was on WWE. The music. The music professor. Yeah. Anyway, so Casey decides to have this contest and you have to know the name may want to solve, you have to know the artist and you have to know who wrote it. Okay. Okay. It's 98.6 by Keith. Oh yeah. So everybody was getting the first two. Nobody was getting nobody was getting who wrote it. So I really like both jocks, you know, start constantly be listened. So I called WL W and I just said, Jim, who I wrote 98.6. By God, he gave me the answer, and I called essay. And I got a three dog night album. Oh, that's great. I think it was George fish off in Tony powers. You got it right. I used to remember that yes. Yeah, George. George fishoff wrote piano dancing, which was a little song that I actually played and he was so happy. I played it on the air that he sent me a postcard. So yeah, you know, I didn't think 98.6 was as good as ain't gonna lie. But there are some wonderful key records, Barry James caper, that never saw the light of day. But so yeah, George Fisher. Yeah, 98.6. I'm surprised it's not as bigger than it was. Well, it was pretty big. That was mercury. That was a Jerry Ross steel. But like I said, I like ain't gonna lie better. Okay. Well, thanks for the time, Raleigh. Yeah, absolutely. Good to talk to you, thanks. Bye bye. All right, so yeah, it's been years since I talked to Casey petrovsky, probably oh, 1991, maybe. And he was living in Orange County. And you know, I bet he still is. I think he might have been teaching college for a while too, but he's done some acting since then I know. I see his name come up on things occasionally. And a pi OT is petrowski. Anyway, 888-876-5593 88 88. We'll get to mark and aurora and there's room for you too on WGN radio.
"george fish" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Have you had? Well, I didn't have one. But by the time Bobby Sherman came around, it was an adult. And you know, at that point there was television also things like 16 magazine. And then in the mid 60 Flip Magliano, glorious State or 16 magazine. Every team knew her and boy, they really treated that woman royally bad when she left 16. I was terrible, sir. But anyway, Flip magazine had come out and there were a few others that would There was one called Save. Yeah, yeah, that there are several. There were little doesn't write dozens and dozens of those because of course they sold and you know they'd have people on the on the cover. It's sort of like a fight. It was saying to John When I got the tabloids today, I said I'm really in trouble because I don't know who have these people are And that's the way it was. When I see those magazines. I wouldn't I wouldn't know. John just brought me a copy of flip. How about this? Flynn Teen magazine. Let's see. It was 35 cents wouldn't know anybody in it either. Well, you you would from then because it's October of 1966, but, gosh, I probably had that right. Bought it right. So we still we still have it hard. Bobby Sherman in it. I think he was a little little later. Chris Montez is in it, but they do have fan clubs. The Bobby Rydell fan Club, the married life, very club. Let's see Billy Joe Royal Fan Club as Funny. I was talking about Billy Joe Royal the other day and Johnson who was that? Yeah, and probably right. Don't have a great album with Chubby checker. Well, sure, because that was all on Cameo Parkway. They made them do that stuff together. But, yes, Beach Boys International. And now we, uh, all the action kids why Jean Clark left the birds. Mamas and Papas till on each other. That's in Hollywood hullabaloo and you know, and on it on it goes, But I do remember I went by one of those magazines. It must've been the mid sixties and the whole article was I'll never get his name. But I know who was on something like side con, and they even had pictures. Who is this person? Yeah, I had absolutely no idea, but apparently he was, uh, in Indian actor, but he had, like, one hit or something. And they had a whole whole magazine album And I thought, you know now, now it's hit that I don't even know the names of the people on the covers. What about like Paul Anka or or pulling? It was fact I was in Oran be fan, and so you know, I was more into and the Orioles or you know the crows or, you know, we always talk about them being the bird groups. That wasn't a bird group. I didn't like the robins all I love the robins and on on and on, it would go but as farm trying to think Well in the early sixties, D. Clark loved D. Clark and I thought, I thought, How about that was maybe one of the best backbeats ever but ton a ton of people like that, Of course, Gene Chandler, the Duke Uh, yeah, but, Yeah. Yeah, but you should play your favorite song from back done. Well, you know, it isn't just one favorite. I've got so many. Any other thing is because I play them all the time and actually own a radio station where I play him, and, uh, I get to hear him all the time. And so what happens is all here, something Over and over, and then I'll burn out on it for a while. And then I'll say, Oh, man, I gotta rest that one. But every now and then I'll come up with something like a couple of years ago. I don't know how I missed this. But now when I tell you who it is, you'll know why I missed it. It was on a Keith album. Remember Keith 98.6 and ain't gonna line well. He had little record that George Fish off wrote call. I'll come running back to you, which is absolutely a wimpy white record, but I think it's just the cutest little wimpy white record ever. And so that's been lately one of my faves. Now this too, shall pass. But for the time being, I will actually come out of the next break and play. I'll come running back to you. I think I played on the air the other day, but it's ah. It's a great little wimpy white record. So there are so Yeah, Yeah. All right. Well, I'm a shift period. Thank you so much. Thank show. Thanks for calling. I appreciate it. Okay. All right. So now and that that I really, really realized we had flip here in the house, but we have a lot of things in any event. Yeah, well, the heck with the tabloids when I can say the young rascals introduced themselves. I'm Jean the happy one. I'm Felix. The quiet 10. My God. All right, so we'll pick it up right there. We've got Mike and Griffin and John and there's.