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Blackalicious Rapper, Gift of Gab, Dead at 50

Travis Holcombe

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Blackalicious Rapper, Gift of Gab, Dead at 50

"We pay tribute to the life and work of Timothy Parker, the artist known as Gift of gab. I am seeing half of black delicious. We learned today passed away at the age of 50. Left behind a tremendous discography. So lyrically dexterous. We heard the track world of Vibrations from the craft album that was the last album is black, Delicious. First in flight featuring Gil Scott Heron off the blazing Arrow album. Also the black Alicia's track, alphabet aerobics, the cut chemist 2.5 minute workout. Oh, heart gift of gab is truly an acrobat on the mic on that one running through the alphabet in order. Off the top of his head. We let off the set of music with black Delicious is deep in the jungle, one of their early tracks off the melodic A E p. I need to do as we say goodbye to one of the greats.

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The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Has 6 New Inductees

AP News Radio

00:26 sec | 4 months ago

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Has 6 New Inductees

"The rock and roll hall of fame has announced its induction class for this year I marquees are letter with the latest the go-go's the foo fighters and cheesy make the wrong call their first time on the ballot Carole King Tina Turner and Todd Rundgren also will be inducted at a ceremony in Cleveland on October thirtieth LL cool J. Billy Preston and Randi Rhodes will be honored with musical excellence awards craftwork Gil Scott heron and Charley Patton will be honored as early influencers

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"gil scott heron" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"gil scott heron" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

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"gil scott heron" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"gil scott heron" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"The Times David. Tubes of vitry of Larry Poems extrordinary Mansur the the guy who renamed his stars wild, theory and Egos, and all those other names. Line is Great. This is in nineteen fifties. Nobody was named Kylie Jason. Ali Everybody was Jack, Reg, Norman and Joyce which. Also you had to rename them. Post the further with his subsequent plants, the initial topic mosque, wild I think advising them development new identities, shimmering sexual images, which were all grease and paraffin wax, metallic fabrics, the contrast against drought, majority of boys and girls who their audience, the children have grown up with food and clothes, brushing the shop enough to a collective wake of wonderment desire. Is Great it's. Really. Vince eager. reminded. We were talking about Georgie fame also. Pounds Yeah Vinci. Perhaps Georgie not too eager as we learn from. George you find accounts of fending the attentions of Larry. Ashby said the Marty Wilde. Who David quotes in the sauce? Cool remember some very fund shows. Someone. WHO's GonNa? Stop the guy in the back after. That long ceased Connection so Marty Wilde's very generous about, but just come good to listen to the Greis POPs Bengali you know her. However so to morally questionable some of his. were. An unavoidable figure in the history of British Pope Nineteen ninety-three, a really big William Shaw interview with the. Special feature you hangs out with them for a few days. A very a terrific writer William. Sure this is for details magazine. And basically he talks mostly to mess goal Martin goal and Dave Mustn't goes Clinton Guy. 'cause he took over the summer. Icing off to Vince Clarke last and really so determine. ACT WAS Brought brought. Into! This is. Peace talk about. Could quite significant amounts of. So he was. This isn't so derogatory. He made off form of pervy. He really got into going to go into the torture garden clubs like that. I mean that that was his mind that what you saw. Oo Oo. Not the Nike is done. What factors cubs did you generally for Quentin? This is the only. You. Going once frequenting, you sell piggybacks. I seldom. Genuine on that once I find it. Still Joking, you know now now it turns out, actually happened. going. With. You got a problem with this Bonnie. What so ever I'll see you down there on Saturday anyway. Martin has I should imagine from reading the lyrics that think house, dark and moody with quite perverted sense of things. So still have this piece is basically about most goal in the what makes up mouse in Gupta Kiss. Rice of the other half is about David Hunt as the rock and roll frontman as he as he met Morphos from that clean cut young man in the early days on top of voice and Basil them. To the guy with tattoos and harum beard and they chest. Actually as it turned out very serious drug highly, he's. He's claiming in this piece that he's cleaned in fact. He was on the way down. Rolling away at this point is found about his in becoming difficult. There's a lot of the time it's hard for them to even want to be in the same room as me, which is kind of interesting is as drink way too much. Then I think most people do when it gets that that age. Little drink tons who are big one well what he doesn't mention is, he's already on his way onto a heroin habit time few took place. Yeah, love these very very breezy, just great. Get it, it's. Profile with a business you with the marvelous smooth blues, and the Charles Brown by J Smith the La weekly lunch seven, and you know he's he's talking by is Saul toil standards. The people in the street. A lot of the guys go jeans, I, say look people don't pay to do that. Charles Brown's a really interesting guy I mean. I read answered held. Won The series of essays, which is basically about homosexuality and black music principally. And he says that Charles Brown was a major pasta slightly off Central Avenue seen in the forties and fifties whether a lot of gay clubs. Lot of drag drags. We forget that was a big part of black urban culture, which is pretty much gone arson retailers. Within the best I mean well. It wasn't what they want out. They want so the most dishonest in any way. Absolutely. Yeah I, Charles. Brown was certainly game self? I don't ever was out of the came out, but I think got's generally accepted, isn't it? I was loved his stuff I'm not. I heard Charles Brown. Will probably about in the mid seventies when I was really getting into jump losing. Whilst. He wasn't jump. Please musician being part of that Central Avenue. Scene is very close. That can call. Early, Nat King Cole and Charles. Paving basic shared musicians is the two brothers Oscar more and Johnny Moore Johnny Morris Blazers Optimal I'm one of them played with her play. Now. There's no not can co.. Didn't hide the fact that he'd been infants by. Very I mean people. A break halls as well. For sure for sure and some very pleased to get out of absolutely great. Night he's gone. Who He?.

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"gil scott heron" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"gil scott heron" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"gil scott heron" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"gil scott heron" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"gil scott heron" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"gil scott heron" Discussed on Pantheon

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"gil scott heron" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"gil scott heron" Discussed on Pantheon

"The Times David tubes of vitry of Larry. Poems extrordinary Mansur, the the guy who renamed his Stars Wild Theory and Egos and all those other names. Online is Great. This is in nineteen fifties. Nobody was named. Jason Ali everybody was Jack Reg Norman and Joyce which. Also you had to rename them. Post the further with his subsequent plants, the initial topic mosque wild I think advising them development new identities, shimmering sexual images, which were all grease and paraffin wax, metallic fabrics, the contrast against drought, majority of boys and girls who their audience, the children have grown up with food clothes, brushing the shop enough to a collective wake of wonderment desire. Is Great it's. Really. Vince eager. Reminded we were talking about Georgie fame also. Pounds Yeah Vinci. Perhaps Georgie not too eager as we learn from. Enjoyed you find accounts of fending the attentions of Larry Pennzoil Ashby. said the Marty Wilde who David quotes in the sauce. Cool, remember some very fund shows. Someone who's GonNa? Stop the guy in the back after. That long ceased Connection so Marty. Wilde's very generous about, but just kind of good to the greis POPs Bengali. You know her. However, so to morally questionable some of his. were. An unavoidable figure in the history of British Pope Nineteen, ninety-three, a really big William Shaw interview with the. Special feature you hangs out with them for a few days. A very a terrific writer William sure this is for details magazine. And basically he talks mostly to. Goal Martin goal and Dave Mustn't goes Clinton Guy 'cause. He took over the summer icing off to Vince Clarke last and really so determine. Act Was. Brought brought. into. This is. Peace talk about. Could quite significant amounts of. So, he was. This isn't so derogatory he he made off form of pervy. He really got into going to go into things like the torture garden clubs like that. I mean that that was his mind that what you saw. Oo, OO. Not the Nike is done. What factors cubs did you generally for Quentin? This is the only. You. Going once frequenting, you sell piggybacks. I seldom. Genuine don that once I find it. Still Joking, you know now now. It turns out, actually happened. Going With. You got a problem with this. Bonnie! Whatsoever I'll see you down there on Saturday anyway. Martin has I should imagine from reading the lyrics that think house, dark and moody with quite perverted sense of things. So still have this piece is basically about most goal in the what makes up mouse in Gupta Kiss. Rice of the other half is about David Hunt as the rock and roll frontman as he, as he met Morphos from that clean cut, young man in the early days on top of poets and Basil Them. To the guy with tattoos and harum beard and they chest. Actually as it turned out very serious drug highly, he's. He's claiming in this piece that he's cleaned in fact. He was on the way down. Rolling away at this point is found about his in becoming difficult. There's a lot of the time it's hard for them to even want to be in the same room as me, which is kind of interesting is as drink way too much then I think most people do when it gets that that age. Little drink tons who are big one well what he doesn't mention is, he's already on his way onto a heroin habit. Time few took place. Love these very very breezy, just great. Profile with a business you with the marvelous smooth blues, and the Charles Brown by J.. Smith the LA weekly lunch seven and you know he's. He's talking by Saul. Toil standards the people in the street. A lot of the guys go jeans I. Say Look People Don't pay to do that. Charles Brown's a really interesting guy I mean. I read answered held. Won The series of essays, which is basically about homosexuality and black music principally. And, he says that Charles Brown was a major pasta slightly off Central Avenue seen in the forties and fifties whether a lot of gay clubs. Lot of drag drags. We forget that was a big part of black urban culture, which is pretty much gone arson retailers. Within the best I mean well. It wasn't what they want out. They want so the most dishonest in any way. Absolutely yeah I Charles Brown was certainly game self. I. Don't ever was out of the came out, but I think got's generally accepted, isn't it? I was loved his stuff. I'm not I heard Charles Brown will probably about the mid seventies when I was really getting into jump losing. Whilst he wasn't jump. Please musician, being part of that central. Avenue scene is very close. That can call. Early Nat King Cole and Charles Pervading, basic shared musicians is the two brothers Oscar. Moore and Johnny Moore Johnny Morris Blazers Optimal. I'm one of them played with her play. Now. There's no not can co.. Didn't hide the fact that he'd been infants by. Very I mean people. A break halls as well. For sure for sure and so I'm very pleased to get out of absolutely great. Night he's gone. Who He.

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"gil scott heron" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"gil scott heron" Discussed on Pantheon

"gil scott heron" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"gil scott heron" Discussed on Pantheon

"gil scott heron" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"gil scott heron" Discussed on Bigmouth

"To be on it in the event of Blair all to be on this also L. The white something of leisure you knew all about twelve voice is very fast ponderousness. Some of it's absolutely so we got a little about this is that it's it's a really boring beautifully designed. It looks like a free type from but he's not accurately designed pinky. Blue folks actually used one of this one makes and the same typeface the typefaces went so whoever stillness bring it back. You've made an old man. I'm very happy. Let's say you holding a CD. When do you ever do that? These law is because I'm held a ride on this thing right or maybe they're on the eighty nine one is not at this stuff is especially the Sarah stuff was on vinyl. And you can't get in on the streaming of so it does serve as documents as well things that maybe you left in your parents loft and then got thrown away or something like that. I miss something night. I was thinking. What listening to those tracks which say that probably contains the not auto tuned? They are quickly recorded in the studio. That was your old school thing that you fifty quid to be able to go with your mates on an afternoon. There is something quite refreshing about it. Being so non landfill so not glossy or anything that we'd here today. It's a different sort of sound. Yeah that sound careerist at all. It just sounds that they've gone into studio and just stuck a tape recorder in the corner of a rehearsal studio. There's big plan but it was the last moment before doing this of could make you beg. Yes ma'am because this is this is pretty blur. So the idea. That the idea. That the members of the sunflowers or Penelope's web they're gonNA be playing reading or playing their thinking. Knebworth just wasn't on. The radar wasn't so there is a signal gigs action painting. We're in my funding as were poem. Evo H. E. said embarrassing enough. I'm one of action. Painting ended up playing guitar for Shampoo. And that's the furthest they got. That's pretty good. He was a strange guy while the laws are only I invented the laws. Did you didn't invent anything about during the day and posted livable. We're going to be built so we're GONNA wait for Mine Teen Ninety One. Nine thousand one. The shame on it.

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"gil scott heron" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"gil scott heron" Discussed on Bigmouth

"So in recent years we've had every year from eighty six onwards and seven eight eighty nine. I said Hannah. Did this. Take you back. Oh I see you cut chester. Larry didn't take me back Irene. This is like my current playlist. But I'm to send it to this mistake. This is my spotify. Twenty one thousand nine hundred eighteen. I just think thirty years ago is just one of the best musical periods of my existence. Definitely I mean you've got the Moon Flowers get higher on the and if you don't play that song every day then I feel like you're dead inside. I noticed and I was editing. A magazine about. They didn't have the right to get very good if the happy Mondays. A quote busy right now then. The Moon Flowers are here and and it also includes Perfume by Paris angels and I actually judge people on whether they're good person what they mentioned that Song Light that Song. I've made friends in late. Show no no. This is the deepest of the person and world of twist owner. I mean I mean it's the storm but you could you could have had she's a rainbow. Yes dramatic like the fight. They've they've cracked. Toddlers charlatans polar bear which I think is one of the most indie discourse on the first track on the what away I just think some is a great time for music stress this enough and is beautiful and then also you've got the the ones that you might never hear again like the Ogden's I mean after dark side that well-known spaceman three shoots offshoots. Patent is like everything about is amazing but I think it comes in with all the hits Just stretching of sway by Ocean Kelsey. Not hit probably wasn't in my kitchen. I see that and I raise you lows will USA by the Montgomery. My heart is where my hubby's by the Christmas thing about this is the cross is just about discovered shambling let go shambling and discovered ecstasy. There's a cut across. Some of these are very much in black and white photocopy territory around with Jake. Got Sick phone flower around the next thing except for yes. It's very much one of those big Frenchwoman's which in the cut a cuss social. What rewatching top pops eighty nine at the moment and it is on the cusp of music? Getting really really exciting refill. Like we're weeks away from the rose in the Mondays together on top of the pops and it's but you've still got yards. It's amazing amazing time. Eight twenty to make of this is to say. This is a historical moment. Indy meets indie. Dogs Crossover Yeah I I liked it. I I am firstly is great and I really. I was really really pleased to discover Sarah Codes right. Yeah And listening back to record stuff on it sound. They sound so clear and and beautiful compared to a lot of the other stuff. There's a lot of kind of an of Qatar Pinto's alive Hammond organs of our Jeanne vocals before touching any kind of forget how wonky some vocals and washes of noise. I love it reminded me of going to the reading festival in kind of the years following an midway through the afternoon. You a have new fast automatic. After's needs to go for being out so it was. I think there's a landfill indeed before the term landfill there is a genuine kind of Sort of geological arrangement. Hey because this one definitely monsters of Indie yes. This one is specialized in lotion. Slow dive in the Pale Saints in. Sunday's a plowed up this to. We're getting bits and a little bit deeper more obscure Braintree Cook County. The Sun kings mouse folk by disk three which they gave me start with the last time. Go Out. We'll really provincial towns. It's the biggest independent in each of the provincial Portsmouth. Because it's how many beans make five eight zero eight and can find your life. The last CD three sounds like they're still holding onto the itis so simple minds vocals and stuff still in there and then and then but cd one is definitely the most interesting and also. I think massively missile. Obviously they won't be on. That is is the kind of some eighth pixes. Nirvana was very Martini. I know I know for me. They kind of around at the same time and to strip out the British branch. Just sounds weird. You know who wants.

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"gil scott heron" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"gil scott heron" Discussed on Bigmouth

"His attack of the killer tomatoes red exactly anyway in just about. Dancing Sean. Let's meet our first guest. She's writing for the Guardian TV critic and learned podcast via slides ten pound across desk Harvard. Yeah hello how BIG MOUTH? Hello going to be here. So you're on the Guardians. Tv tonight beats the front line of television will. What'S COMING DOWN. The Pike Plowing through the tally on behalf of you. What's floating your boat at the moment The Stranger Net flicks have we discussed this net flicks. It's a hall and covert novel. But they've brought it to the north of England and got all TV royalty in a you've got Richard Armitage's the husband Devil Cairn is the wife who this isn't really a spoiler but she's she's not seeing much after the first episode Jennifer Stone Disease in it and it just gets more and more ridiculous. The premise is as a stranger. Has the name like mailing people. It turns out that everyone is up for being black. Got Secrets. And it's just getting more more dickers- we talk was five hours of it yesterday. Five hours talking drama drama comedy drama. Black HUMOR SATIRICAL DRAMA TALKING. Box Standard Nine PM drama men really big budget and I think it's really well done. Is this a first for Netflix? Is Is is a net flicks commission in the original which I was quite surprised because when I saw what it was I thought this is GonNa be. Americans sat down there. Renewed is great. Wasn't Netflix has done this before no onto the UK based in pretty much every European country evenly. Yeah this is the first one. I've I've heard of any way and is made quite a big impression on people so I really would recommend often three hours. And frankly if I if I think you should kill ebbets chewing gum for the mind. Jeff saunas amazing. And it's got a good car wash TV. Nearly had you can see but yes it's better some reason. Yeah amazing should maybe. I'll watch it this week and the return of curb your enthusiasm roller split the pinal. Hey what you. What's your verdict is TV thumbs up thumbs down. I I am one of those people who's really ambivalent tools curb and it's illegal to say there is no not really be just didn't have a massive impact on me. I. I'm round so it was quite funny but I don't know any catchphrases lay. Everyone seems to comeback version north. The same I'm no I'm not you slam into enough to go. Oh yeah that was like completely different. let's see also today is author on top of basis with Ye nuns and Herron. Who've it's Kate is hello hello welcome to big mouth high. You've written for titles such as Guardians and express Korean and. Emmy you go to a new book out now warriors which is women which contains the stories of fifty goddess. His goes and hearts monsters. Why is it time to retail some of these stories? I think I think it's always time to retell the stories rating. I have been retold endlessly endlessly and they've been retired for reasons that they read it really strong stories strong characters colorful characters. Funny scary exciting. And and I think now it's it's kind of it's time to reclaim some of the the women who may be of kind of being besmirched over the years we jason the hobbies and the hobbies quite big in there on. Yeah I'm happy. You say how the archetypes always twisting and involving so the stories are you know centuries ago but they are spreading the globe is it a Nana. Vip becomes ichitaro than the Hittites Soska. That's right echoed in Roman Venus and Greek. Actually so we're seeing the type. Yeah yeah though. They'll come in the store. She started. She started my spectacularly and then came over to Greece and and and it it changes and the stories are woven retold according to who it's all about power and who's telling the stories and what if they want to subsume religion or if they want to kind of celebrate or piggyback on the back of of the goddess and kind of have her as part furniture and then they'll do that and retell the story accordingly. There is a comic book about this which I wind down on the show up for called the wicked and divine on the idea is that the contemporary county and his popstars. Yeah so Nana becomes prince in the comic. Who would be on safety in your? She'd be multilateral. Thank okay for sure. Who was An African kind of mermaid gotTA shows originally water goddess and she got taken across in the slave trade. She got taken across to the Americas and kind of game. It was opt into video religions and I think actually beyond say referenced. Her in one of videos and certainly as alien banks is dressed up as her. All right. I was thinking the fury's right. Yes for non aroma telling telling a destiny.

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"gil scott heron" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"gil scott heron" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Their employers match. Their gets. Pause. Coming up set of music with social content. Some hip hop political music, starting with their reissue of Gil Scott Heron song reggae style in this case, it's done by the archives. So here's where the hatred is just released a few weeks ago, taking an old Gil Scott Heron song reinventing it as a reggae. Tune. Earnings down. Spread. Plains. The rising forty eight..

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"gil scott heron" Discussed on Toure Show

Toure Show

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"gil scott heron" Discussed on Toure Show

"So I think being able to see the successive stages of transformation. Malcolm went through. I think was an inspiration that guided me through those teenage years and helped me push pass to become who I am. Now. He'll be what are you saying that that you were taught something that you wanted to unlearn. What do you mean? I mean, my dad because of the demons he was struggling with he had a sort of a doctor Jekyll Mr Hyde relationship with life where he would go out in the world was a beloved member of communities and respected. But when he came home and started drinking and got into his depression. I was able to witness that as what he saw as his real self. Off and person. He was out in the world is sort of a con that he's getting away with this sort of a really profound form of imposter syndrome where you know, Gil Scott Heron said a home is where the hatred is and his mazing song about addiction. And that was the way of relating to yourself that I learned that whatever esteem place you find out there in the world. When you come back home inside yourself, you noted that's just a trick. You're getting away with and you don't really deserve it. So I had to go through a process of getting away from that and learning that this the place that I've carved out for myself in the world that that actually is who I am. And that's what I deserve. Which we how does this. How did it map onto you? What you say you're learning seeing him going through what he's going through. How does that map onto you as a young, man? It's just the model that I have I can know in the back of my mind that this is abnormal. But it's just the energy that I'm absorbing every day while I'm there, and it's the model I have for me and bit by bit just from asthma sits like that. I turn allies that and it becomes a part of how I relate to myself to a plays out in to me. Being isolated and afraid to connect with people on growing up in my teenage years on top of the natural introversion. I already had is there's a whole bunch of layers of. Being in the midst of this toxin, you absorb it..

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"gil scott heron" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"gil scott heron" Discussed on The Filmcast

"You know, the the camera is always finding tiny little details in the in in the inside the spaceship or someone's hand, or you know, like a little piece of construction that's been made or in it's such an interesting way to ground that experience in this very human thing of like a human being, built this and screwed it together, and these people are relying on that to not kill them. It's it really brings it into a focus that no other movie about this subject has ever done. But I also I didn't love it. Right. It is so morose. And so just plodding, you know, it just feels like, oh my God, these people are doing the most amazing thing in the world and they, it sucks contributes to movie like the Martian, right? Which is like, yeah, fuck gas science, right? I'm gonna solve these problems with math and everything. It's very like, it's not even like patriotic it's like very inspirational in the way, and this is not. This is like, yeah, look at the costs. Look at the lives of the took to get you to the moon. Maybe some of this isn't spoilers by really like this movie definitely confronts people who were like, this is crazy. Why are you spending time doing this? There's three thinking that the whole movie. I'm like, this literally makes like astronauts like insane, PL raise people, and they're like, there's a great Vonnegut clip of him like saying, yeah, we have so many problems here. What are you doing? Going to the moon? And there's great Gil Scott Heron song, I think is just an insane song. You would not here, you know, wedding on the moon on Apollo thirteen or something right in anything. I've never heard that perspective even expressed in cinema or anywhere, really. I mean, growing up the age I'm I grew up. This is all predates my birth. And so all you hear is the retrospective victory of. It, you know the after we knew it worked, everybody loved it right, but leading up to it and people are dying, and it's uncertain if we're gonna even do it, let alone beat the Russians. Let alone take care of all of the domestic issues that are happening at the same time. You never hear that perspective or these. I haven't of the fact that the country wasn't unified behind this. This goal, you always the famous JFK speech about, we will take them into the Mon in return safely to the and this movie also has that speech, but. You always hear that and you go, everybody was unified behind that. Awesome. Rousing goal, but that's not the case. And this movie actually, you know, acknowledges that and dramatizes that that was kind of interesting. Yeah, most definitely, yeah. All right. Well, let's let's go to dispose. I don't mean this history, so there's not too much despoil it was, but before we get to spoilers I wanna do a spoiler on my sleep spoiler it's very precious to me. I, I have two children and they're very young and dangerous about to have a child and Mike goodness. I hope you're enjoying your sleep right now. I'm trying. I'm trying to soak it in soak it in because it's about to go away..

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"gil scott heron" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"gil scott heron" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Like when it comes to Neil Armstrong's wife. We know that she's the mother and she has his boys. And yet I was like, I don't really know anything else about her and after the tragedy, they don't even relate that well. So I'm not even getting a really good sense of their relationship, and it became too much Ryan Gosling became too much of himself and not enough Neil Armstrong where I felt like I'm not even know if I'm actually watching Armstrong anymore. I'm watching Ryan Gosling doing his thing, which which was unfortunate. I'm saying he's things out of regret because it's like watching a movie and going, but just a few tweaks I can make the so good if I just come back. Okay. Okay. Let me write this for you say, and you're gonna focus on here. Cut some of this out, and you stop look and say all the time, just give us a little something. So you know ever good that it couldn't be better. It all ends up being a matinee. Yeah, I'm just right above your net. I mean, another thing that liked about it besides putting Apollo mission in a new light for me, is that a real like what they did with the moon landing. Spend a little bit among there, but you know. It's funny because I joked about it earlier, but I didn't think they spend too long with. I actually liked all that. It's just funny for me. We got out of you like it was going to get off the rush. Actually, the minded. Go, come on, man, we go. I gotta say when they actually through Whitey on the moon in the song, like for hill. Appropriate even have Gil Scott Heron's doing it. Just let me ask you to question. Why. Yes, there were white people. Okay. That's why we're named Whitey. Well, we talk about why and whether on the move. Why do you like shit. I would say that the moon landing is done well, look at it and I'm thinking, man, you know, how did they do this? Because this is g very convincing. It looks very real. If it's practical, if it's done with models than equally as good. It feels very authentic. It feels like something like you could. Actually, that's one of the things I loved about them being on the moon, you can fit. You made you feel like you were on something that you felt like you on the moon? It felt real at lends itself to the theory that the moon landing was faked could be could be. They can pull it off this. Well, don't get these. These people started..

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"gil scott heron" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"gil scott heron" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"With. This. Who loves Gil, Scott, Heron, his poops so was talking about them shocking. All right. Take your face away from your face back those. A rare example of the thing that you're quoting from the song actually being right? Yeah, eveything like other news story right now, we want to say. Playing three hours ago, we would have had this. Or at least taking all of Elliott's seen that. Come on Elliott, say something. What to do to get better at you. I've said, plenty so far. I feel like. Why are we always late today? Were you just got caught up in a couple of things that I was doing before he left paying my bills. I see, right. It's that time of the month. You've got to get the the bills go your auto pay, right? You do everything like I like being in control of it, not my credit cards. I do those manually. You don't know what it's going to be your cell phone, that sort of thing. That's all. Out of control. I don't like cellphones the same every month, like you know what's going to happen. So I don't feel the need. I get an Email every time. Yeah, it pays so that I see that it's going to pay and I panic every month here an old school cat with the trilby hat, maybe other studs, maybe that's where I'm at the most of the balance your checkbook, which I think is crazy. You don't do that. I don't write checks, even let alone balanced by checkbook. I log into the website and say, everything looks good here. She really. Yeah, right. Tonight. I do debit card as credit, so I just hope it's working out like my, my grandfather was a banker. And so like he like raised my mom to bounce her checkbook, and then she taught me to do it. And I was like, God, this seems like the worst kind of math homework. It's just like tedious, you should know that I'm not doing it like my mom would use to balance a checkbook, and it was beautiful. This play Matic's gorgeous and she taught me that. And that went, I was like, yeah. And then I did that for years now, kind of do a hybrid of what you do and I still do it, but it's I'm really just kind of replicating what's on the web. So my point is I don't need to be doing right. It's busy work, but something about it makes me no more what's happening. This is one other thing you're doing instead of paying attention to your family that's much Christopher. Like you should still do it? I don't. By the way, talking perspective because you're off the grid. But yes, but you should still do it because you never know. Like I do go and look in every once in a while to make sure the Bank will give charging like, what was that? For example, the reason why I'm.

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"gil scott heron" Discussed on Science for the People

Science for the People

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"gil scott heron" Discussed on Science for the People

"Which was a you know a part of the cold war one of the battles of the cold war i blame that for our resistance to actually doing something about housing conditions in the united states we should have been putting money into making people have high quality healthy housing rather than putting it into that that foreign escapade and rent really talking about short term versus long term concerns that with knife and so huge problem with we we do as as humans and i think as as americans as well and i also think of a great activist of this this time period who passed away very recently gil scott heron who had that wonderful spoken spoken poem whitey's on the moon and while the american government was spending millions of dollars in the space program looking to the stars for inspiration action we could've been looking to our cities for inspiration and looking to the idea that we could make our cities healthy supportive places where everyone gets to live in clean healthy housing and and we we just didn't do that and so in in the poem whitey's on the moon in case you haven't heard that allowed to say this on the radio violating i didn't wanna violence upgrades it goes it starts out a rat done bit my sister nell and whyte's on the moon and gil scott heron goes on to talk about all the the troubles that his sister nell goes through because of this rat bite all the doctor bills that they have to pay and yet so much money is going to put whitey on the moon and i think it's an amazing observation that we are looking to the stars for inspiration rather than looking here on earth for things that we can make better will not also sort of as an aside i think this is.

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