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"george martin" Discussed on All Songs Considered
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"george martin" Discussed on All Songs Considered
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"george martin" Discussed on All Songs Considered
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"george martin" Discussed on All Songs Considered
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"george martin" Discussed on All Songs Considered
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"george martin" Discussed on All Songs Considered
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"A mistake that many photographers make as they make a go at being a professional photographer. is believing that being a generalist is an advantage. Saying that you can photograph, anything doesn't leave impression with a client that you think it should make. Secondly. It leaves the photographer to be defined by what they're hired to do. Rather than by the work that they have a passion for. You may achieve financial success. But. It may not be the type of photography. Sings to your heart Alan Clarke had a clear idea of the kind photographer. He wanted to be and the kinds of photographs you wanted to make. Based in Nashville Tennessee his desire to be a photographer in the music. Industry could have led him to photograph. Country Music Stars. But. He didn't want his physical address to pigeonhole his photography or his aspirations. so He created his own path as a commercial editorial photographer resulting in a career that has allowed him to photograph the likes of Sir George Martin even. Hawk Bob Newhart and two former presidents. I hope this conversation demonstrates the importance of defining who you WanNa be and who you are as a photographer. This is about an annex and welcome back to the candidate frame. Are, I. Alan Welcome to the show. Thank you glad to be here so glad to get Nice Mike. Voice this should be. This is gonNA sound good? Stuff. You ever watched thirty rock now know. Alec, Baldwin and Will Arnett, both have amazing voices, and so they played that up a lot, and that's to our strengths as well so they had like a sexy voice off at one point. Close to each other, and be like I can do that and then they to be like. Yes, you can this. Man Gets. Today's the record this. The astronauts took off on the capsule and the rocket today and I know you're thinking. What you're talking about. You're saying. Neil. Armstrong! Yeah, it's a replica of his suit over a Hoodie. So Yeah I've completely nerd out today you've you've photographed a bunch of the of the suits. But where did the best nation begin? I think like most of us. You think of these images and you dream when you're a child like I was I wanted to be. An oceanographer wanted to be part of the cousteau. Society I wanted to be an astronaut and. Set in my second third grade class looked out the window and reflected on every port report card ever had. Would get these notes of our report cards to be like a you unsatisfactory. He just doesn't pay attention. He looks out the window constantly. That's what I got. Unsatisfactory what they had on the report Carsberg. Takes. A dreamer looks like when they're little. We have the album are recordings of the Apollo flight at my house, growing up so double album and it had pictures of the flight and I remember. I didn't think I really understood exactly what I was listening to just Kinda of thought, it will couple. At record on and just listened to it and look at looking at the pictures. I think it's probably still in my house somewhere. Let even though I don't have a record player anywhere near, let's. I, don't know I'm not one of those. Guys. Are. You saying you're not a hipster? Is that what you're saying? I think that by a couple of decades man I duNno, sometimes. My wife tells me their original hipster. Looking into some of this I'm like I. Don't know, but then I look at myself. When I do that. A you still have a record player and listen to things and she may be right. Working the idea that you want it to be able to photograph the spaces issue. Number of them have and you know I guess the idea came along Huntsville. Space and rocket center is only two and a half hours from Nashville so. have been going down there since I was a kid. My parents took me when I was little, and it just never stopped and something like a tradition. Take took my children there and. I've had photo shoots. Their showed up multiple times I. Don't think they. Enough to where they're sick of me, but it's pretty close. And just kept going there and going there, but then when I would do like photo shoots across. You know our great country. I would go to in in Boston there's A. Museum for JFK and I've been there and just seeing Johnson, space center in Houston of course, and all the different spots every time I get a chance I'll go and visit and just take my camera with me when I go, and my whole point is to just record these to record them like I would do it. Not like a tourist would try to actually light it really well, and sometimes you get permission to do these things, and sometimes you don't. But most of these things are on public display, and were American citizens, so we can kind of like just Bassani and people don't know this, but all all the museums in DC are all. All free to American citizens, because that's part of our taxes, and that's what it goes towards, and so you can kind of do anything you and requests, these types of things, so it started years ago through a space and rocket center, which was a privately funded thing, and it was on the redstone arsenal, the right next to the arsenal base course Verner von Braun worked out of Huntsville Developing Saturn five, and so it's steed like a weird thing like an Alabama of all places steeped in this rocket tradition. You know that know people just don't know about and they kind of had them. They're just to kind of hide them a little bit. Kept them safe there instead of putting them in a big city like DC or New York, but that's when the fascination started from as from a very early age, just repeatedly going down there and shooting these things and You know on crappier cameras when I was little like instamatic disclaimer. Even growing up as a for NYKANEN.
Jonathan Pryce, 'The Two Popes'
"There's a movie now that you can see a Netflix. It's called the two popes and it stars my guest today. Jonathan Pryce and Anthony Living Hopkins. Playing guess what the title characters doing doing it brilliantly. So Jonathan Welcome Creek Pope Francis there. You are the big news now. About Pope Francis is his encounter with this woman in the crap out there where he sort of slapped her hand. Yeah Yeah have you been being asked this question now would I please slap really. Okay do I WANNA be grant. At the Golden Globes. There was a lot of Grabbing and pushing polling I was tempted to slap but I feel really sorry for him because people aren't seeing the whole whole sequence video where that particular woman grabbed him very yanked him yanked him and he's He's an Obama scientists bound to hurt. Well let's talk about the two popes in terms of the whole concept of you being offered this to play the The Argentinian Paul. Because we don't see him in the movie being the pope really walk up to that while Anthony Hopkins is playing Pope Benedict German. is you're an Argentinian to Welshman playing these. Yeah somebody must've said. That's that's what we need is to Welshman to do this time for Welsh. Pope was watching and watching. You play this. I kept thinking this other. Argentinian you play. which was one there? You are the dictator in a way. Pope can be a dictator but Pope Francis Go. You is the liberal reform. The one that wants to give them more compassionate look at the church. Did you have any trepidation about pilots. Just just just the usual about whether I wanted to do any of. Is that how you approach them. All Walk Negative. Say No no I thought uh I thought I'd be on a hiding to nothing representing this particular pope. But that didn't last very long. I read the script and won ten. You that Fernando Morella Morella was gonNA be directing it. I definitely wanted to do it and I think it was mainly to do with the fact that I'm not religious logistics. I was brought up in the Christian faith. I went to church until I was a teenager. but I found that this pope was the first pope who I thought was speaking to me and millions like me about issues that what. Mrs Narrowly to do the Church or organized religion but to do with politics and to do with speaking out up folding environment and about the economy about the injustice is the during the world so I he was someone for great empathy towards towards and help. That looked like him a bit and I walk like came definitely Even though you've got ten years on me you could sneak into the the Vatican may be busy and just an take over there and do what you would need to do there. Does that give you a feeling when your plane that that this was what I would do if I win. The pope shoes. I wouldn't be so presumptious to fix that but I'm glad he's doing what he's doing And obviously he's got. There's the whole church and Vatican side of things which he doesn't seem to be able to deal with those conquer but when you're constantly reading lots of stories about how he's disliked within the Vatican because he's a reformer and people don't want that change and I think that's that's why he became pope. He was be made pope in order to make these changes. Otherwise so why choose him because he was in the never been an odd uh-huh latin-american Pope and the film implies of that we don't necessarily know the truth. That benedict wanted Bagogwe uglier to be the next pope because he saw in him things that he could not even he couldn't do he saw in many ways his opposite didn't they and this is it. I didn't mention this in the introduction but benedict was a pope who retired. WHO said I'm not going to do it anymore? And so we have to popes who Are Alive in this world today and they're the clips at the end of the real popes in seeming tab. Having a really terrific time when I sold the first Kata film I was bit disturbed. They were showing the real popes at the end of the phone. Because I thought it would invalidate everything. We've been doing for the previous to house. But what you see in these two men is a is a the committee this just a welcoming the way they they greet each other with great affection and you can see the respect. They have for each other and far from taking away from our performances it they it enhances. It gives an element of truth to what we were doing. It's a really terrific script. Ns Two popes one of these two guys talking to each other which sometimes scares people when they go to the movies. I want that but yet a mirage as a director makes this movie move. You've so beautiful to gorgeous thing to look at. It's also sometimes. Polaris that's going on. Did you all know that that was what was going to happen before he did it. No no what's what's wonderful about. The film is that it It's such a surprise for audiences once don't you don't you. You gotta get them in there and then once they're in that It's a surprise Because it's it's much funnier than I ever expected. And and the audience expect and I think the way we made the film there was no. We didn't have many preconceptions. I don't remember ever talking onto Tony. I'm going to be like this. And he said I'm going to be like this and finance and I want you to do this. That and the whole process was really organic bound because we have the the strength of that script bit underneath his you know holding us up and when I saw it and the way Fernando put it together other because he says his work starts in the editing room he lets us do what we want and encourages us to go certain ways but when I they do what they want to that yeah good directors do that they let you think your your your coming up with the Serving quietly feed and things in your ear they let you think it's your idea So when I saw it I didn't know it was going to be so funny. Rondo humorous. I mean that first scene of your character trying to book his own plane reservations on the fault. Yeah probably apparently did that. That's what he did but it's the post game I saw with a big audience was telluride. And because you I don't know what to expect and that moment the right at the beginning of the phone web the audience laughs as one. The huge wave of laughter. You can feel the audiences sir. I sent me sat by a few. And they're going to enjoy this and the you can feel the audience sitting back and saying this. This is going to be okay you can. It's like Yep okay you know bring it on make happen and yet it also doesn't avoid the controversies that exist within the church. Now the whole thing with the problem priests they're predators that are there and also their histories. Can you talk a little about his history. Go Yeah it back in the seventies in terms of Argentina. It's all mostly. It's all in the film and we didn't shy away from it. The way were applauded and thanked thanked by the people people in Bonus Iris. When they sold the film we had a screening because they that fear was this is going to be a whitewash elma? Crossover Haggi Auger fear Goglia. Because he is still seen as a divisive character in Argentina because of his perceived involvement involvement with the cardinals. I've found on Youtube footage of him being interrogated by or question by his peers fellow cardinals about his involvement with the colonels. And you see a very different man the man you see smiling on the balcony. And he's made pope he's he's he's very doer he's quite angry. I think he's impatient. He's drumming his fingers on the table. And I put that image together with talking to a Jesuit priest and bonus. Who worked with him? I who said they didn't like him. He was Very always stays. Ah Stay by himself. He didn't mix I he was he never smiled. I'm when they saw him on the balcony. This smiling pope. They didn't recognize him because he was smiling. Didn't person yeah. But then you do get the other side of him where he is in the film you see him Saying mass and the kind of the slum township areas and and the other side's members very popular so it's not a a a bio-pic it's not a huggy overview of this man. It's a it's a Watson Study of him and I think we've been fair to him because we all respect him and admire him And we had a screening in Rome three or four weeks ago were members of the Vatican Cambridge theory and They said they liked liked. That enjoyed it And a particular Cardinal WHO's a friend? WHO's a friend of Love Benedict and of Francis He'd liked the phone very much. Fernando the director said. Do you think we were too hard on the church. And he said you went hot enough woo but he also said that he thought France would like the film and he wanted the DVD to take them to show him the film. I love so That review see that. Yeah well what do starts right. Yeah that'd be good and also from France's family in Argentina. Fernando got an email to say that they'd seen it. They enjoyed the film and they liked. What we've done Representing their uncle. That was that was really nice. Colon uncle Uncle Horace to two years. How were you and Anthony Hopkins together? You know. You haven't made anything or done anything before. Really WE'VE BEEN ON A. We're both on the recording of under milk. Wood the Dylan Thomas Poem that was produced by George Martin. Twenty seven years ago the Beatles producer and Tony was first voice. I was second voice and you come twenty seven years later. We're in Rome and the coal sheet has You know you're rated as the importance in the film. The number and I was number one and Tony was number two so it was my revenge after twenty seven audit your greet each other even morning with morning number one number two. It went on from there but we. It's interesting the what happens to the two men in the film is reflected. Did what happened to Tony. And I because you know in the film you see two men sort of sniffing around each other like a pair of dogs like where each other Eh Wary of Tony but I was. I was I I'm an aura of Tony Hopkins. I'm a great admirer of his. So I'm not played late into those early scenes and as you see the pope's relationship growing so my friendship with Tony grew and It is the equivalent of both of us. All of US tangoing together by the end of it. That's a good way to put out.
Introducing One Plus One
"Gotta tell you about a new podcast. They were all really excited about here at wondering it's called one plus one and in one plus one, well, they put you right in the middle of some of the greatest collaborations in history. Think of this is kind of the flip side in a sense. We're talking about people like Sergei Brin Larry page who created massive global companies like Google or think about beyond say and Jay z who live at the top of the pop culture's fear their team or even shack and Kobe one of the biggest sports duos of all time. We're talking about people who reached the very top of their fields. And in some cases, change the way we see the world, it's hosted by Rico Gagliano and faith Sailly. You may. Remember them from public radio? If you happen to have listened to that and Rico and faith chart the intense mysterious alchemy between these visionary minds all along the way, you're going to hear about the ups and the downs of these creative partnerships and something else to you get to learn exactly how they created. Something extraordinary. Just by coming together. You're about to hear a preview of one plus one about two seemingly ordinary dudes from Liverpool who come together and change pop music forever. I bet you know, who were talking about here while you're listening. Go subscribe to one plus one on apple podcasts or wherever you happen to be listening to us right now. You'll also find a link in the episode notes and don't forget to tell your friends about this. Marvelous new podcast one plus one. I mean, you never know maybe one of them will be the plus one to your own. Life's work. It's January nineteen sixty seven in London England, John Lennon is sitting at the piano and his home in the suburbs. Writing a new song? It's based on a newspaper account of a young socialite named Tara Brown killed in a car crash. John comes up with something he thinks will work. The John's having trouble finishing the song. So he heads on over to Paul's house just a few blocks from Abbey Road together. They finished John's verses and round out the tune by adding a fragment from one of Paul's then old number he'd never managed to us. As soon as John? Here's Paul sing that couple of he says. Yeah, that's it. This is how John Paul write music. Quickly intuitively, finishing each other's ideas. Sometimes they have trouble remembering who wrote what that's how closely they work together. But they're not done with this song yet, they wanna make it wilder more Avalon guard. Abbey Road studios, February tenth nineteen sixty seven and the Beatles. The most famous band in the world are throwing a party. Mick Jagger and Keith Richards of their so as Marianne faithfull, and Graham Nash. Oh, and a forty piece orchestra dressed in tuxedos, clown, noses and rubber bald caps. The bizarre attire is meant to loosen the buttoned up classically trained musicians. So they'll deliver what Paul wants? We'd like you to do some free form improvisation. The orchestra is confused by the request. They wanna please them after all he's Paul McCartney. But classical musicians don't really do free form improvisation. Producer George Martin steps in. Okay. We don't want complete free form we want each individual musician to climb from lowest no to highest at his own pace the orchestra nods. They try over and over to do what they're asked John dressed in a crushed velvet jacket and sipping wine from teacup watches from the sidelines. He wrote most of the sun, but he's fine. Letting Paul cokes the orchestra into performing what John calls and orgasm of sound. Paul tries to make John's concept come alive, urging musicians to randomly play an ascending scale growing louder until they climax on the same chord on the eighth try. They finally mail it. Everyone knows they've just witnessed something special.
"george martin" Discussed on About Last Night
"Last night podcast with Brad Williams and Adam Ray. And so like do you sit down does have you on the point now where like someone comes to you and says, hey, we want you to write the bay watch movie, or do you think yourself? I'm gonna write a bay watch movie with us. Interesting. Because I wrote when we were doing the state, I wrote a sketch about Baywatch yet that our producer Jim Sharpe once the sketches were got through the pitch phase. At your producer, Jim who's basically functioned to sort of like the George Martin of the the group. He was the, you know, the other, you know, he would like sort of curate stuff and make it make sense. And I remember he handed me, I got back my Baywatch sketch that I had written. I think it said like you can do better. Oh, yeah. I wrote the road. But he was right, not enough. Wasn't good, but they watch. It was interesting, and this is the best advice I could give to any people that want to write studio movies right now these days. They're not necessarily always looking for like a brand new movie that you just thought up in your head. That's amazing. Studios have bought every book that exists. They own the rights to every video game that exists. They have just consumed the rights to everything all the time. Yeah, and they've got to get some of the shit off their books. Right? So a lot of what we do in the movie business these days is we'll go in and be like, what problems do you need fixed? Wow. Yeah. Like we're not gonna come in and pitch you like a brand new idea because you've got so many fires that need to be put out over there. Yeah, you won't even listen to what we're I'm pitching you. Yeah. For instance, that's why Sony kept re-releasing new Spiderman movies because they had to so they don't lose the rights. Yeah. So they lose the right in the last one was amazing, so great. Yeah, but so we went in, for example, we went into the head of Paramount's office and we were meeting about something else completely, but on a three by five card, like moved way down off the wall of things that were coming out on production was upside down, almost in the garbage can was bay watch, and we were like, how do you fuck up a Baywatch movie that was like, so. I've seen it. So maybe they did. I dunno, funny. Yeah, but we're like that that seems doable, like you want to read the bay watch moving like, yeah, of course. We're like it's easy. It's like John Bell, John and swimsuit have the movies in slow motion fucking problem. We just go and we wrote it for a long time. They've got fired and fired Fired off. off everything to do you write it with the like you have casting in your head when you're doing? We did. We did. It helps when you're writing anything? Yeah. Oh, yeah. Yeah, we always, we always cast everything. Just you can hear what they said. Yeah, you know, especially when you're riding with a partner, you have to know everybody's voice. So you heard Lindsay Lohan voice when you wrote Herbie fully like this. This. I find many, I think you're how cash. That is it by the way, please tell me you saw that video. Yeah, refugee family, yes, cellphone redoing it. It's a great idea. Great, Halloween costume. You just need for refugees, right? Yeah. Poor thing. She crushed that movie. She crushed issues in for a long time. Your great met, how is acting with keys? Forget the nose in that. I don't think I have any scenes with him and I'm sorry, but he's great. Yes, but he's really good do. Was that a pretty because I was Disney? Yeah, yeah, yeah. It's a big fund. Got that one too. What every movie. And then at one point, Lindsay put the dick and the gummy bears, like, dude, that's not even a thing you've said yet, like we don't understand the callback. That actually was in the first. But the car did it. That's why it was weird. We got. We're going to fight with the producer of that movie because in one draft she was like, great. And then and then Herbie smiles and then goes, beep, beep..
"george martin" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"And over again trying to find a perfection in his vocal that apparently only he could hear. Finally, George Martin their producer. He suggested over the intercom that Paul might try to simply rephrase the last line. Now further record George Martin had been the perfect producer for the Beatles. They weren't very good when they were first sign and he patiently calmly and with great encouragement made them the world's greatest group by gently nudging them, always to a better performance. And his requests that night. Mccartney was thoughtful and sincere and nobody expected what came next. Mccartney completely lost it with Martin screaming back at him that maybe he should come down and sing the song himself. He also had dropped the f bomb into his outburst. What came next surprised everyone even more George Martin lost it with Paul McCartney? He blew up and told him fine. Just bloody will sing it. Again. I give up and I don't know how to help you anymore. Yeah. No one had ever seen George Martin raises voice. No, less scream at one of the Beatles. Incomplete exasperation. Jeff Emmerick the young kid that had engineered their music ever since the nineteen sixty six album revolver, mentally told himself get out now. And the next day. Jeff did he quit Martin begged him to stay EMI ordered him to finish the album. But Emmerick said, no he walked he was tired of the Beatles. Wasting time in the studio fighting and sniping of being rude as much as they were getting along. And he saw were all this was going to end. Mccartney did not.
Game of Thrones wins Outstanding Drama Series at The Emmys
"Among the big winners at the Emmys last night game of thrones for outstanding drama series. The show producer is Deby wise writing for these actors behind us is the honor of a lifetime. But we didn't invent these characters that was George Martin. We cannot have this show cannot be without the magic of George. Thank you for letting us take care of your your people, author George r r Martin was on hand for the awards ceremony last night.
"george martin" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast
"For the first time way after everybody we were just me saying i told yourself read the books eating wait a minute of the heat's six book is even out yet read the books how do you feel about the books versus the show they're different the books the books are good but they're also really difficult to get through it parts one of those writers laborious little wordy george i think they did a really good job of translating that until like a more palatable what did you think of the last season where it was really streamlined a little bit fan service and they're going notes from george martin yeah they a pretty different direction for some of the characters in their fates in the book so far i'm okay with it like i think it's really cool and interesting and i'm i'm glad they're finally doing something and getting somewhere compared to what books which were still waiting for yeah who knows when that's coming out maybe coming out before that is this game of thrones prequel h meals when working on like five different prequels they picked one and gave it a pilot order it's supposed to take place thousands of years before the game of thrones storyline and possibly be about the origins of the white walkers the first man that children of the forest which we got that was the last season we got to meet right with brand children the season seven green folks yeah we we met them a little earlier than wasn't season six there was no brand i was like where the fuck is brand nothing is the whole oh it was five and then six but that that.
"george martin" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Was one of her pupils yes he wasn't overplay and he asked that question i always hash people who knew george martin akg do you think the beatles could have made it as big as they did without george martin uh i don't know about as big that will the beatles are made it whatever they with that get i mean there is sudden there is a level of talent that is undeniable an unstoppable in my view that whatever happens it would have found it's made its mark on the world did george helped the beatles records be even better than they would have been otherwise absolutely yes do they owed the the does does the genius of their records oh georgia a huge debt of gratitude absolutely us is one of the best record bridges in the wealth yes with the beatles of without him probably yes but it might have been different you know it's it's hard to say in iran but in the same way people vaas me the decried that question about james hailing award would you made it announces yes absolutely you know so it's it's it's not well you taught my helped by how exactly out asahara's will proud doubt but i don i was just amazed when i heard him and when you know this your colossally good you know this is insane you know i it's either yes she gets you can't believe nobody else's a gun this guy's burlington signed about made a record i would just happened to be there first and george was the first person to dea how good the beatles warns and recognize them i love the george also worked with comedians that he work with the goals of the a level that ac round that's one of the things that recommended him to them and to me i mean we're move with reason we all knew george modern was cool wasn't the music records he'd made thus far no it was the fact that he produced by milligan and peter sellers which you are a heroes sure i saw an interview with you and you said it all comes back despite militant it does which aristotle of british humor tally goes backed by mother yelling and he's not that wellknown here but he's a hero to all of us to to monty python andrew every all the cords who came after an annual salish handles tell us how you made the connection with paul mccartney.
"george martin" Discussed on WCTC
"By a couple of guys in their early twenties you know young men of brilliant a much should be pointed to a george martin they're producer who was probably in a forty years old that the time on him but he he was brilliant and he you know they brought all of this raw material to him and he found a way to make it all put it together and package it in an incredible way yeah just a masterwork a'masterpiece of a really was admitted this is one of those ones that gallon they say if you're going to be trapped an island fraternity you get to bring one record which one do you take i could you not bring this yeah exactly an excellent how has the beatles music in general effected yours your songwriting i it get have you i'm assuming you've been inspired and it's taking your different directions how's it how is it affect yours it's totally ah you know it's it's the template by which i write music keno and and my biggest hit was this patti smyth on heavily song sometimes love just in enough which i consider that chorus to be very mccartney esque or at least i do privately this is the first time ever said it out loud but i you know i mean i yeah i i look at their music at their song reading as a template by which i've based most of my son reading i but i will also add music of the '60s has done that a bob dylan as another big influence you know but this is all stuff from that era now right you ready.
"george martin" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum
"Mm incorrect recommendations patients patients oh sorry it's nice to it's nice in the summer everywhere it's nice in the summer too a yanni recommendations i've i you can go i i will recommend if you've got you know a hundred something bucks or so to spend the the sergeant pepper's lonely hearts club band deluxe edition which the george martin son re bastard dreaming georgia or martin though i mean the good george martin who was the beatles producer um remastered and then there's like three discs of a extra tracks and a blu ray anna dvd that have like blu ray has five point one surround sound mixing than like a making of and stuff uh and it actually sounds really good not my favorite beatles album but this i think the mix actually makes the album better so it's very very good worth the money if you're a fan um the ob my only my only recommendation as sergeant pepper my recommendation is the last two episodes of a third season of breaking bed great stuff out your he really got finish that show why has been system episodes it was great adding watch for a long time i remembered less episode i watched there were stuck in the the lab looking for a lie lie here those less than i finish that's his now when the fourseason soaks episode oh oh so i wait batty season ends with um a shooting am i correct yeah you don't see what happens yes yes there's is in the room with the dwight's toits buddy yeah yeah get in real life.
"george martin" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Okay so that's that's an hour take let's on the new fiftieth anniversary edition of section pepper's lonely hearts club in so why do they reject this i just he doesn't either i think you'll list as can tell doesn't have much impact you know they needed a big big ending and and that wasn't it and if you can hear um at the end of of of the of the very end of that we by put the the full truck a record on foot directed they did appropriately 'em in about the beatles that stick to their guns and they wouldn't give up online dea and they finished it and then they realized digits at work interesting it's great to be let into the process well i think it is i think within the beauty of listen to the processes that is that you realize that there's a lot of talk about this album being you know this sort of albums you know david delivered by unicorns insent from the golds and plucked from the skies and and you know delivered by a dry a drug case but really it the beauty of it is it's just full human in beings making noise in the studio said she had mecca very good noise with very good songs take a break here and then we'll talk some more if you're just joining us my guest is giles martin and he is the producer of the new fiftieth anniversary box sat of the beatles nineteen sixty seven groundbreaking album sergeant pepper's lonely hearts club and he's also the son of george martin who is the producer of the original album and produced several of the beatles recording so we'll be right back this is fresh air yeah support for npr comes from npr member stations and from little brown and company publisher of theft by finding.
"george martin" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Yes on this his the sza well well that was the original nineteen sixty seven steria version of for the benefit of mr kite and the new sphere remakes on the new fiftieth anniversary edition of second peppers produced by my guest house martin is the son of the original producer f sergeant peppers george martin so before we heard that you alluded to that chopped up tape of colli apiece so explain the chopping up because we we heard that part well what happened was is that in the in the sort of bridge sections you hear of swirling and a little mccrum masic run so limits placed on up to slow down on hammond organs is a qatar part as well and then then the tape sped up so it's doubletime but they still couldn't get the sound of a circus or a fair to match the division of the john lennon had the of the post a heat the sun stems riposte to the german feminist fm the store which has base you'll alerts on it of of the victorian circus and what my father realize that dues that's that fairground sound but the calife here's vicious team orkan that an old steam or commit you soon fairgrounds now they don't plate what what you really wanted to play you congress where part they sort of put it in a punched cod and the old will played pool payback watson at punchcards at liquid do was record a number of these organs and then chop in together credits to read this collage of sound so there's a swirling collage a yoga nhs that creates a sound bed they always wanted my father in the beatles always was the p hip you'll hear sounds it ahead before and bear the bank the boat mr isn't is an excellent example of that let me reintroduce you here if you're just joining us my guest is giles martin he's the producer of the new fiftieth anniversary edition of the beatles groundbreaking album.
"george martin" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Cavic that's cavite with k and the listeners of kqed the bay area will become mostly cloudy and breezy tonight with patchy fog after midnight lows lee in the fifties friday will be sunny after the morning fog and drizzle highs tomorrow will be in the '60s to the upper seventies in the bay area the southern sacramento valley tomorrow will be sunny with highs in the ninety th this is fresh air i am teary gross the groundbreaking beatles album sergeant pepper's lonely hearts club band was released in england fifty years ago today tomorrow as the anniversary of its release in the us to mark this anniversary there's a new fourcd box sat collecting archival recordings from the sergeant pepper session including several of the basic vocal tracks before for the addition of the orchestra sound effects and processing the box also includes the original mano version of the album that's the version that was originally released in england a hastily remixed stereo version is what was originally released in the us and new stereo remax is included in the anniversary box to i guess jazz martin produced that remax and oversaw this entire anniversary project he is the son of george martin who produced the original sergeant pepper album george martin gave the beatles the first record contract produced there for a single and work with them on all their albums through abbey road from the time giles was a teenager he worked with his father in the studio giles has worked on several other recent beatles projects including the beatles sounds gave for the cirque du soleil production love the audio restoration of beatles concerts for ron howard's documentary eight days a week and the beatles rock band videogame jazz was the executive producer of plo mccartney's 2013 album new jazz martin spoke to me from the abbey road studios let's start with his new stereo remax of the title track of sergeant pepper from the new anniversary collection god.
"george martin" Discussed on KQED Radio
"On of sergeant peppers original producer george martin lear some of the stories behind the new production and the original album like when paul said to george martin we should do the okechukwu ghasem look at what muslims said i absorbs sorry misunderstood logo serena this big savino real kestrel thing it just glues your mind and explodes all the speakers and will hear some really interesting outtakes well the reassuring thing about the beatles's even they had bad ideas that on fresh air first news live from npr news in washington i'm jack sphere president trump's plans to renegotiate a global climate agreement are already running into trouble whose npr's jeff roveal explain several european countries said they will not discussion agreement during his press conference announced the us withdrawal from the paris climate accord president trump said he would try to negotiate a new more favorable agreement we will see if we can make a deal that is fair and if we can that's great and if we can't that's fine but in a joint statement following the announcement france germany and italy said they would not renegotiate the pair steel because quote it is a vital instrument for our planet societies and economies it took years of diplomacy to reach the current deal nearly every shen on earth has signed on to the accord jeff brohm feel npr news palestinians are praising a decision by the trump administration not to move the us embassy to jerusalem saying such a move strengthened the chances for peace palestinian president mahmoud have bosses spokesman says the decision is quote an important positive step the palestinian bashar washington also praised the decision the palestinians claim east jerusalem as their capital israel took over the area in the nineteenth sixty seven mideast war congressional democrats want president trump's soninlaw jared kushner to provide details about his company's use.
"george martin" Discussed on 790 KABC
"About the beatles with you i mean this is just is almost too much to talk about bullets circle back to the fifty th anniversary box said and there's versions i mean there's the original model version there's the slapdash stereo version that many of us grew up with your in the us and now there's the remixed courtesy of giles martin stereo version put you on the corner here which one's the best chrissy there here can you hear yeah we got your back i'm sorry we had a little glitch little feedback at the opening number so which of the of the versions is the best oh i'm going with the giles martin stereo reading that really owe it out so lutely fantastic really uh so likely just again it's what you really learn for listening to it it again we talked about the perfection the george martin production um but is paul mccartney based okay this is paul album all is from the get go one less than every song playing the base recorded in a way that had never really been done before on iraq oil record it's just unbelievable now when you hear it it's this points out that fact even more so in windows drums along with paul's based on our everything it's not a the tar album you know the eagle's polluted qatar was their main instrument up into that everything was qatarbased come sergeant pepper it's based drums keyboards hunziker backing vocals all sorts of other instruments tires or secondary the whole take chris i'm sorry to interrupt you i got to jump off i'm so grateful came on the show if you ever need a newspaper columns on your show man chris.