35 Burst results for "Gino"
Argentina’s Vice President Unharmed After Assassination Attempt
"A man has tried to shoot Argentina's politically powerful vice president Christina Fernández outside her home but the handgun misfired Authorities say the man was quickly overpowered by her security officers in the incident on Thursday president Alberto Fernández who's not related to the vice president a former president herself saying the pistol did not discharge when the man tried to fire it Gino de bay a witness who was at the incident told The Associated Press she had heard the sound of the trigger being pulled adding she hadn't realized it was a handgun until
Kurt Schlichter: America Is Run by Cultural Trust Fund Babies
"Okay, Kurt, let's jump in. I mean, so many things I want to discuss with you. You valde, world military, what did you call it, the political realignment? The political realignment. And that's part of the rise. Well, we'll talk about all of these things that will try through the next hour. But first, explain this subtitle. So the book is we'll be back. And it's got some great endorsements by me. Dan Gino, David Limbaugh, Jim Hansen, our body Monica Crowley. A whole panoply of real patriots. But talk to us about the four and the rise, map it out, give us some your report of the fallen rise. The Pinnacle was there in time and space at 7 core main at the victory. In 91. And 91. And we essentially agreed with Francis fukuyama that history was over. Liberal democracy had won. But in wool fell down, it was a pack gone. Everything was going to be great. We stopped trying. The problem with America now, doctor gorka is run by what I call cultural trust fund babies. All right, now the way I put it is everybody knows. Ford. And not a great person, but he put a car in every garage. He created modern manufacturers. Henry Ford. His sons, they, they built forward into a massive corporation. They gave us the Mustang, which is pretty awesome. My first car, 73 Mustang. It's a big bloated, ugly one. The third generation affords. You can't name any. They're probably parked in front of a crack house in a broken and Ford fusion with Hunter Biden. So what is the point you're making? Trust fund babies. They always fail. They always squander it. The World War II generation they beat Hitler. They beat the depression. Pretty impressive. The 60s, the people in the charge in the 60s. They changed America through civil rights, where they demanded human rights from angry Democrats, a theme that continues through American history. And they put a man on the moon. These are impressive achievements. And we have the present ruling elite that gave us Iraq, Wall Street, meltdown, and
Dan Bongino Will Not Speculate About Uvalde Police Response Timeline
"It's on my mind because I saw the Chiron there's a lot of questions about the police response Now I'm not going to contribute to Monday morning quarterbacking until we have all the data and the facts I have a Bon Gino rule and I mean it Until we know what happened it is grotesquely irresponsible for me A guy who did not put his ass on the line to walk in there to criticize what others did Everybody needs to understand that But you know I was a law enforcement officer myself and my actions when I was there were open to scrutiny as well The only reason I talk about it is because it is in the news There was apparently a bit of a delayed response Now what happened I don't have all that data yet And again it would be grossly irresponsible For me someone whose butt was in a seat while this was going on To criticize people without the facts I will tell you though that in my experience with discussing this with school security professionals including my friend Jeff from yesterday who do this for a living That the reason a lot of it is being scrutinized and we'll get some answers later on Is because post Columbine there was a new guiding ethos on how to respond to these school shooting incidents The days of old before Columbine the thought was established a perimeter secure the perimeter negotiate Again I'm oversimplifying but it's accurate You talk to people who are in S.W.A.T. hostage rescue They'll tell you that Establish a perimeter secure perimeter and no one goes in or out negotiate guy comes out hands up it's diffused right Well after Columbine where they figured out that these people had no intention these two killers at all of coming out they were just going to kill everyone they could The whole model on how to respond to active shooter incidents changed It was you go you get in there forget the perimeter and you neutralize that target as soon as possible
Go Download & Distribute 'Averting Targeted School Violence' Report
"The blue House in Korea Did you ever notice when he goes in a hotel They drive on the ground and everything's tended now Why do you think that is Why is it tenant Why after hinckley shot Reagan Why did we tent our arrivals on departures Because ladies and gentlemen it's damn hard to shoot when you can't see And the Secret Service had a problem to fix Not a vote to get So they did the same thing and they looked at a bunch of school shootings Now I can't encourage you and strong enough terms to go and download this report It's short some very long printed and handed out to every member of your school if they don't already have it It's called averting targeted school violence a U.S. Secret Service analysis of plots against schools I can almost guarantee you many people in your school haven't read it If you want the link to it get ready write this down I'll say it twice It's in my newsletter today It's on my website and it's in the podcast show notes If you want to subscribe to the newsletter it's not cost any money I don't really care if you want to or not whatever It's at bongino dot com Slash newsletter But if you just go to my website Bon Gino dot com and you click on today's podcast episode where I address this exact stuff the link is right there
Michael Anton Reacts to Durham Allegations of Spying on Trump
"What's going on with this dorm investigation You know it's really bizarre It appears that again something Trump et cetera early on is turned out to be right His campaign was effectively spied on We actually had the name of one of the spies early on Now we have some of the technicalities of how they're alleged to have done it and I put out a thing on Bon Gino report and then my team put it out on social media and you think the left this would be like oh my gosh this is a really huge scandal Spying on a president a campaign sounds really bad but the response Michael the left has been rage Accusing me of taking anabolic substances accusing me of being delusional and crazy What's going on here I thought these were the civil libertarians and such Well they haven't been civil libertarians for a long time unfortunately It wasn't that long ago when many of these authorities and laws were either created or expanded in the wake of 9 11 that it was a coalition of the libertarian right and the civil libertarian left that opposed these things They didn't stop them They're looking more and more vindicated now And yet the left has gone away They're not really interested in being part of that fight It seems to me anymore They're just interested in scoring points If it looks like Durham is going to bring serious cases against people who really did something wrong It's just going to double triple and quadruple down and either deny that anything bad happened or say but it was all justified because there was foreign spying And all the stuff that's been debunked They've invested too much in this narrative to give up on
Adam From Illinois Has Some Ideas When It Comes to Masks in Schools
"All right let's go to the phone so let's take Adam Adam you're on the damn Gino show What do you got for us Hi Dan I just wanted to real quick chime in The whole masking thing in Illinois masking in schools There was a judge who actually voted that pretty much illegal and said the Illinois schools don't have constitutional authority But remember how we were fighting for our rights and our children Well now that the judge rules an unconstitutional demand date mask in schools now all the liberals are saying oh no right Fighting for our rights See it's okay when they do it but not when we do I just wanted to throw that out there It's kind of the same thing you were talking about Thank you Adam I really appreciate the call Adam throw in a principles check for the show Can't beat that Listen we're always open to that Let's take another call Was it Anthony Was it an Anthony Mike Anthony you're on the damn bogino show What do you got Dan you are the man and I am so excited to hear that you're on a.m. radio here in central Pennsylvania and traveling alone Thanks brother Awesome But Fauci should be put in jail That's what I have to tell you And it all starts with the virus leap from a Wuhan lab in China and backed by Peter Daszak and the eco health alliance which is backed by Fauci I can not believe that this guy is not in jail I just can not believe Congress or the Senate is doing anything Look at his record over the past 50 years of doing absolutely nothing
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Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Rep. on the Lack of Treatments for Kids
"The research the research into leukemia and lymphoma Now you know obviously it's very dependent on the stage They intercept this at but the research is arguably the most important point I mean we've had tremendous breakthroughs In immunotherapy and even in radiation technology which used to be done far differently But these are still treatments We're talking to art yelling from the leukemia and lymphoma society By the way if you'd like to donate Bon Gino dot com slash LLS but some of the stuff we're using to treat is some of the same treatments we've been using for decades now Yeah and thankfully it's starting to evolve but there is some stuff that is still out there and these a lot of what we're using is just for adults Most recently the LS has helped is launching a multiyear initiative which we're calling our children's initiative because it's set to raise a $100 million for more dedicated research just for children because a lot of the treatments out there are just for adults and it's not targeted for our kids which are having more harsher effects from all of these
Cancel Culture Is on a Tear With Conservatives Right Now
"I want to make sure you are fully engaged and fully informed about the latest examples of cancel culture direct TV canceling one America news network OAN might put OAN out of business. In fact, reporting suggests it will, who knows? Bon Gino's podcast canceled, a pro life group, gathering in a restaurant kicked out of the restaurant because the restaurant owner wants it to be a safe haven for pro abortion advocates and Mike lindell's bank canceling over a half a dozen of his accounts. Just because you got to be aware of all this and you got to be informed, you got to be engaged, and we've got to be willing to stand up and have each other's
Biden's Vaccine Mandates Could Exacerbate Truck Driver Shortage
"Here's a headline by just the news Vaccine man they could drive truckers off the road worse than the supply chain crisis the industry warns And at the ocean rule could force up to 13% of truck drivers to leave the industry entirely set in industry spokesman So they know there's a mass public outcry right now against these osha vaccine mandates They know the nation's undergoing is severe supply chain crisis Do you know how many truckers shy we are right now Of the need You know how many truckers we need in the country right now 78,000 They know the Biden White House not Joe but Joe Biden's not all there but the Biden White House of people around them are smart people We just disagree with him on a lot but they're particularly malicious You think they don't know that the nation needs 78,000 truckers You think the damage Gino show has some exclusive proprietary information channel there The industry is saying it We are short 78,000 truckers Parents are saying I don't want this for my kid right now It's not what I determine is in the best interest of my child Truckers are telling them 13% of the truckers we have now although 78,000 short 13% of them are about to leave the workforce And yet they are doubling and tripling down with their osha vaccine mandate that begs the question of course why Because it's not about a vaccine I can't say this enough There's nothing to do with the vaccine They left this drawing a line in the sand They have understood from the start when they disabuse you of the God given right to sovereignty over your own body Every other argument we have is
Is Biden's Vaccine Mandate Coming for Your Kids?
"I saw Dan von Gino on Fox News last night with Rachel campos Duffy. I guess she's doing the 7 o'clock slot this week. 7 o'clock eastern. 6 p.m. central. And Dan asked a pretty profound question. Are you are you angry yet? Okay, now the Biden administration is apparently going to target little mom and pop businesses with fewer than 100 employees. With a vaccine manned vaccine and testing mandate. Are you angry yet? What about the way they're coming for your kids? And that is what many people believe is the reason for the outcome of the tremendous Republican victories we saw this week. Dan asked that question last night with Rachel on Fox News. You start messing with my kids. It's game time. You understand? Yeah. You think you saw an electoral tsunami on Tuesday? There won't be a Democrat left standing in office in 2022. You start screwing around with my kids. I can take a lot Rachel. I know you've got a lot of kids yourself and you love your kids and me and you have been friends for a long time. You start tying with mama bear and papa bear. I'm telling you right now, it's game time. You eat you are not playing around. We can take a lot but don't you dare. Toy with my kids. I will make that decision for my kids when I am good and damn ready. You could throw all this other crap out the window. This isn't politics. You are messing with people's kids. That is a red line. They better not dare cross. He nails it, you know, and Dan's a fighter. He's in a battle over the vaccine mandate with his own radio company. And I admire him very much.
"gino" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast
"We will talk a keenly closing day. That's right. We're closing out the keenland meet the haggard fayette and a new race. I think two new races, the Bowman mill and the Bryan station did I read that those were new? But they had closing take heel in the best of Ohio coming up this weekend. The coronation security, but would buy a couple of I think three, two year old steaks would bind going on Saturday will certainly talk some empire classic on tomorrow's preview. The jury boys will be here. I originally asked them Sunday is, I think the first stars of tomorrow card. There's two of them, right? There's like a start of the meat one. And then there's an end of a meat one, which is when the stakes are. If I remember correctly. The goldenrod and the jockey club, the fern creek. Oh, that's it. Yeah, fern creek. The lively shyly. Is that really a name? I don't know that name. It's a lively shyly stakes. There's a shift, lively shively. I don't know. But so I think there are two kind of star tomorrow. And the original question was going to be like, you know, who's going to be the biggest star of tomorrow from Sunday? And then I realized they don't enter till after we've already taped the jury segment, so I think we'll probably just talk with the boys in general about the upcoming meet. We might talk a little two year old handicapping and maybe some breeders cup thoughts, of course, that'll be a very, very central to our show next week as we will start preparations for the breeders cup the a draw and entries are coming out early in the week. So we'll talk a lot about that as we go, and we'll certainly do some handicapping and some opinion stuff. Haven't decided yet on the guest format, but that'll be a good chunk of my Thursday planning. I will be that. Look forward to being back with you guys tomorrow. Big thanks to Gina bako for I realized when I introduced Gino in the intro, I said, he's also a guest on the that's what she said but then I called that's what she said podcast. Oops. I gotta get my brain. I need test I got it. The that's what she said podcast. The story of Michael Scott. Agent Michael scarred, prison Mike is my favorite version of Michael Scott. The deceptive cards. Whatever he's talking about. What I said in the intro was, I said, Geno is a host. A gift under that's what she said, podcast, I should have said host. He's a host. It's his show. Which I'm sure you guys figured out as we talked on. But appreciate genome coming on. Appreciate you guys tuning in. Not only today, but all week, I feel like I need to remind myself to be very thankful to the listeners on a very regular basis. I literally love the fact that we get to do this show in a talk racing and I'm so happy that so many of you guys tune in and listen to it each and every day. Really, really truly does mean a lot. So let me once again, as always, say thank you to you guys. We'll see you back tomorrow. Everybody have a good rest of you Thursday..
"gino" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast
"Torch player Thursday and please welcome our next guest, who is a horse player and handicapper, also the guest of the that's what G said podcast always happy to welcome back Gino Paco of the show. You know, how are you? Oh, Jason, buddy, it's been a while. You're busy. I'm pretty busy. Sometimes we don't get the chance to link up all that much, but some of my favorite moments are I get little text from you every now and then just kind of random ones. I got to check out Gino. Yeah. Always make me smile, always make me laugh, but it's always great to hear from you, buddy. It's funny we were talking before we came on air about the early pandemic days of podcasting and what's funny is I remember that I specifically remember where I was, you called me and I had been 2019 because I was at my Monmouth extended stay and you were talking about starting a podcast. And the early days of the pandemic was like everybody started a podcast that I feel like you've kept yours going, obviously now for over two years. And it seems like there was a big rush of them. I've seen a lot of them drop off, and a number of them have still stayed around. It's kind of funny to watch the evolution things and all that, but you guys have stuck to it over there and grown. Yeah, you know, what I got really lucky was for everyone, you want to try to, you know, you put your show out and you want to make money, right? Everybody likes putting a podcast out to giving information, but you're trying to do it to make money. And for me, you were actually one of the first people I talked to when I left TV G and I didn't have unfortunately what I was at the time, I just was really frustrated with the situation and I didn't have a whole lot set up for myself. I actually think if I would have had the podcast kind of I had the idea kind of swirling around then for something like it, but it didn't come to fruition. If I had had that then, I probably would have gotten myself a little ahead of the game anyways, but once I was able to kind of figure out, that's the best kind of place for me to get my voice out there to be able to go long form content. If you didn't notice, Jason, I'd like to talk. You know I can ramble a little bit here and there about a specific topic or two. So that was a great location for me. It was a little trial and error a couple different things, elite racing network, did some work with Bruno, did a lot of different things. Yeah, here and there. It's funny because elite racing network is kind of like what a lot of the live streams are nowadays. Because I remember you saying to me specifically, you know, we want to be something that you got on in the background while your handicap and watching the races, and that's kind of what a lot of the live streams did become. You're right. Yeah. And they just, it didn't quite work. But I got really lucky because from the very beginning I had a couple people that were willing to support me and willing to give me a little bit of money. And so, you know, it started with just a couple sponsors here and there. A few of them that have actually been with me from day one, Cindy carava, full service realtor. I know the crop of family well. My buddy Tyler Tyler herring drew who has Sarah candle company. You know, just a couple of small places. They said, yeah, we'd love to. You know, put some commercials on your show and they helped and, you know, right now, over the last couple of months, I just had working relationships and that will continue with San Anita now. Daily racing form going to be drf sports coming up, locked in another deal with Sam Houston for our third consecutive year where we'll be providing coverage and I believe I'm going to be making a trip out the Sam Houston this year. I think in February to head out there and help out a little bit on the broadcast for a day or two. So that should be a lot of fun. It's been great. It's just been growing. Little by little over the last few years. And we're talking horse racing and every episode that I have is always going to be at least a couple of racetracks that I'm talking racing whether it be on the weekend, multiple tracks during the week earlier the week, but that's just one small part of that's what G said where we'll give you basically everything happening in sports. I think this week I had over the last 7 days, I'd recorded interviews of last week, every football game, a full NBA season preview with real sports Dave from over at Canterbury. He does stuff there. Shout out to him. He does a great job. Did a full Lakers preview talk baseball playoffs sad for my Dodgers. Did a full recap of the marvel movie, Shang-Chi went over every wrestling show going on, recapped all of those. I think we had like ten hours of content out just on podcast over the last week. So a lot of fun and just continue in puppet it out. Yeah, yeah, I was actually kind of curious because I mean, obviously you came from horse racing to do this, and so it's clearly still a central partner. I would assume that a great majority of your audience, especially when you started was horse racing. Is that still the case when it comes to the show? I mean, is that kind of home base for yours? Obviously, it's branched out in other stuff, but just like a little bit of trial and error with just kind of seeing what the feedback was because it's funny. If I do a show that doesn't have any horse racing on it at all, I've only done a couple of them. It doesn't get as great of a response. If I do a show that only has horse racing, it doesn't necessarily get as great of a response, which is kind of weird. I think there are still a lot of people that follow me that or maybe that day I'm not looking at the particular racing, those races or maybe I'm not handicapping there, but they might be a football fan or a basketball fan or a baseball fan or a fan of a particular team or a fan of a particular person that I'm interviewing, you know, and that may be the reason why they throw it on. So it's kind of been a little bit of, you know, figuring out what works best. And for me, the thing what I like the most is having the variety show. You know, having the little taste of everything. Kind of like you would on, you know, your old school radio show where you have somebody going for three hours. You know, and they'd have different topics throughout different guests throughout commercials to promote some of their sponsors and the groups that they work along with throughout. And so that's always kind of been the goal for me. I've always just loved growing up. I played every sport baseball basketball football soccer. I was a huge wrestling fan, family was into horse racing. I wrestled myself and then I got into acting. When I was a kid, you can watch chuck and buck on Hulu if you want, even see young Geno there. Keep an eye. That's a little graphic that movies. At some point, actually, I did pretty well on Sunday. It's the one a lot of awards. Then I got into a play by play commentary for when I was doing stuff at college, calling baseball games, basketball games, football game, soccer games did some for wrestling and I like all of those things. And with this show and with these great sponsors and people I've worked with, like, they never tell me hey Gino. We don't want you to talk about that topic. Nobody ever says anything like that to me, which is great. It's just, hey, do whatever you need. Hey, can you help us?.
Workers Continue to Quit Posts Over Employers' Vaccine Mandates
"It was a Dan von Gino, who told his radio employer this week, if you make my team comply with a vaccine mandate, I'm out. I'm gone. I'll leave this company. The ESPN reporter. She's gone. She's out. She quits. Your sports, if you're a sports reporter, ESPN is a dream job. You know what it takes to have to walk away from that job? How about a state trooper in Washington state, 22 years? Out. Because he doesn't want to get the vaccine. So there are people that are pushing back for many for many people. It's a pragmatic thing. You know, you gotta feed your family. No guarantee you're going to get a job if you quit the job you're in. Or get pushed out. Is it evil? To fire a state trooper, over a medicine that he doesn't want to put into his veins? I would argue it is.
Watt forces fumble in overtime, Steelers edge Seahawks 23-20
"TJ was forced fumble in overtime help set up Chris Boswell's thirty seven yard field goal giving the Pittsburgh Steelers a twenty three twenty win over Seattle what the **** did three passes had seven tackles and two sacks but it was the strip sack of Gino Smith in overtime that proved to be the game's biggest play Ben Roethlisberger pass for two hundred twenty nine yards and a touchdown running back Najee Harris racked up one hundred twenty seven yards of offense the Steelers are three and three Smith helped rally Seattle back from down fourteen nothing at half he passed for two hundred nine yards and a touchdown while the Seahawks now two and four ran for two hundred nine yards as a team Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh
First Class Fatherhood: ‘Nigerian Nightmare’ Okoye
"Joining me now. First class father. The nigerian nightmare christian koya welcome to first-class fatherhood. Thank you so much. thanks a. it's an honor to have you on the podcast. Let's start right here. How many kids do you have how old i have three kids. My oldest is thirty thursday. She's an actress. My second is seventeen on them. My last only season she plays baseball. My my second child is aboard on days. No playing sports way now but you will get there very cool. If you could chris. Please just take them into here to hit my listeners. With a little bit about your background what you do play for. The kinds of cheese was running back. I went to college at pacific university southern california But i've got before i got there. I was born and grew up in nigeria. I was originally it track them. Fueled guy threw the discus innate four. I thought i was going to being the olympics but niger. I didn't take me so. I switched to football in my gino yang college so ever since. Then i've been playing. I played three years in college and then chief drafted me after. I performed the highly of the senior bowl in the second round. So six years with the chiefs growing back. Yeah yeah the rest is history. What an incredible career you had christian so take me back to the beginning of your fatherhood journey here now so about about. How old were you when you first became a dad and had to becoming a father kind of change your perspective on life. oh man i I was let me see. I was thirty years ago when i first became a dad I take that back. I was twenty nine and we lost access child and then Got pregnant again. I down my my my daughter tiana at the age of thirty damn of course When you grew in that you have everything said doing willing career step aside it finally and that fits child just completely changes your life.
Mapping the Universe of Human Proteins
"Amid. Thanks for joining us. Thank you so much for having me. We're gonna talk about sear. The challenge of proteomics today. And how serious technology is being used to understand the podium before we talk about serious technology thought we could take a step back and talk about where we are in understanding proteomics today as you think about the work on the human genome project and the progress. We've made their today where we in terms of understanding the human proteome than if you look at the The genome it took us fifteen years and just shy of three billion to sequence the genome and then with the advent of next generation. Sequencing costs dropped. You know cost up to two hundred thousand at nine thousand Would visibility to one hundred dollars gene on there and frankly ten dollars. Gino may also not be too distant future. The consequence of all of that is that we've sequenced over a million genome over ten million ex and an aggregate at the population level. We've now identified over six hundred ninety five million genetic variants and the thing. Is that while we've identified these variants at the genetic level. We know a tiny bit about what these variants mean in terms of their biological function in an how does that. Gino typic- changes actually affect function at the population level within the protein and remember our genes are largely static And they're an excellent indicator of our risk but proteins are dynamic and a true indicator of our status and we just had very very little information at the protein level and frankly the reason for it is that proteins are complex. I'm going to get into it. And we just haven't had the tools to get into the depth the breath the complexity of the proteome and a lack of information hasn't really able us to connect the type.
What Kind of Gut Microbiome Are You Creating?
"You sit down to each you can think about what kind of microbiome a my building today. Because the foods that we provide us with calories and nutrients we absorb those in our small predominantly but they the foods which to consume define the residue that gets delivered to our gut microbes. So if you're eating a standard western diet which is full of red meat processed animal fash plants deficient processed food. Okay the bacteria that live in. Your large are getting a steady supply of animal protein. Hardly any fiber and bile. They're getting bio which is produced to help to digest the multiply that fast and that feeds certain types of gut bacteria causing them to flourish and become predominance an those are the bacteria the process that stuff and generate things secondary bile acids and ammonia hydrogen sulfide gas which is pro inflammatory and hardly any short chain fatty acids and that gives a microbial environment which creates barrier dysfunction inflammation. Dna damage gino toxicity. Short a gut microbial environment that is conducive to inflammation and carcinogenesis the beginnings of cancer cells in our body. How about we make a different decision. So instead of having a big mac meal ran the bean burger and the sweet potato and the leafy greens the whole grains vegetables the fruits. So now what does our microbiome receive on this healthy whole food plant based diet well tons of fiber know very little animal protein less protein in general because we absorb what we need in this less leftover hardly any by lassus because our whole foods. Bumpy start is naturally lower in fat and lower in saturated fat. So now we're choosing to build a different kind of got microbiome.
"gino" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
"Cool so it's like a female blueprint while time travel severely. So the good stuff really excited for it once. I rap in distributed everything else that that's my next project over out beyond your program. Yeah hey time. Travel sci fi. You can count on grew up with that. I love most so. I think that i was really happy. I got the sci-fi from for us because job of that love that they can hold dear to my heart. Listen in a grownup on star wars eh. an animated lights Voltron that the space was really my thing. So in offsite space a lot narrow space so for me. Ozark really blessed to work on a first phone the sci-fi so so pan tastic now gino. Thank you for being on the podcast. Best of luck and finishing failed and despite over sounds really cool too. So looking forward fighters web looking forward to that so Best of what two year. Stay healthy and stay. Well thank you so much. pleasure talking to You know when when is still to send you a special cuts. You could take a look how much you stay safe as well to look for. Its opportunity future summer. Starting the caribbean rule. Thank you so oh and by the way you have one other filmmaker basically against dot scifi yet. Which oakley does this mandates yes. Yes yes i yeah another. There's a few so as so. Obviously he's yeah that's right so so we've got some guys hopefully the follow. Hey more diversity to better. Actually i look at it so the douglas solid governors take care you too and thank you for listening to sifi talk until next time. The film is called lumina lookout for la. I m c. Three po human sidewalk relations. And you are listening to sci-fi toll..
"gino" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
"Fan. You're in morocco. Not far from tunisia. Did you happen to scoot over there. Maybe visit some of the locations. Low sadly producer to work on a star was there and she was asking me to come over everything else but because of these requirements cove it over there would have to come back not tea. Cr tests else against so into visits out Sets over there. i will most definitely. That's that's something that i will go and see no matter what that's my buddy. Liz basic but uninterested Tell you to be said. My editor saw noble. John muir award winner with the one before with miss. Where's auto grad for him but other movies This is first sci-fi from that he added and also the fastest in the director's cut ever six days. Got his fast register rushing. We will like take time eating. Evan drinks cash Gloria and everything else but he was shocked us that goes on because it was the fastest time in his thirty plus year career. A director's cut out. Six days was actually cutting while i was so you put together on sunday. Cutting in his editors about a week and a half after wraps because he was cutting during what else shooting in the editing room. Wait by first. Assistant edited in there. Couldn't since i've and it was. Yeah he has never seen up for an eye on them. So have the us so funny. If you go is g on my instagram general koyo will see somebody innings on suffer like tall man and also eric in the other act is also yeah us the process else and it was to work together. It was a great experience. I think that you know but very little films. Dna was michelle. The hollywood because i had so many friends and colleagues in the industry in los angeles got shutdown a very big projects and happy to see me finish complete which which was like america by. That's amazing intimate aging a strange time for you to even finish. This film is a little bit of a miracle. I was gonna say that you're saying cutting but these days of course nobody cuts film anymore. It's all into computer. now. Which is i think. Direct lucas was the one who actually never revolutionized. Editing is all evidence real. I know it's great to great digital cut. Start so you know. It's gonna be high quality because i love the also mix ridley scott justin else. You'll bergen in all all the other guys stop as primary in terms of I would say kubrick of chorus. They all kinds of charlottesville gonna definitely do a movie on film. Because i that it's it's such a it's such a joy to work with that that medium that type you know the like you know to to cut the negatives afterwards seem like though josh should you saw. I'm going to be working on that as well when less. Oc work with kodak. Because i know kodak of the motion picture department in their push allowed filmmakers in los angeles. Still shoot off them that. I think that you know does something that device president suffer. We had a deal. Said it's something that i will explore in their futures film and hopefully But that because my next that of working on with Michael sloan who is the creator and executive on equalizer tv series. It's also lesnik leser to redondo rush to a wrote a strip with me directed us and it's Now i hurt. I remember michael. Sloan also wrote demand from uncle reunion movie years ago. I remember that yes. Yes yes yes. It will make sense and Spiders left it's almost like it's one the best sifi stoops's over.
"gino" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
"Perlman. Another actor march gabby was working with raw. Gabby said he said gm ascent but a under study. This is really amazing. Owns work with jim for those seven days. Because larry smith was about to care like averaged coming back on january second so raquel came in america. Really got along really. Well she's She's a really. The child really great talent in a very organized. She's worked on marvel stuff as well. She has really been for color. The crowd so she came warning shots just before new year's in the second straight game second cova shrinking larry Tried to get back into morocco. The uk when allow anybody to leave your was taken it any any uk citizens. Morocco stop cases and entire camera team was stuck in. The uk is very upset as you can recharge shoot so raquel took over us dp on the project and shot the rest of the movie. How that's great. I happy for her. She she got the shooter and the you know that will allow the future upset that he wasn't able to finish the move of course course to mazing so tell us about your post production process. How are you in the middle of that now. Or is trent Out the events. Working on the score. Working in las vegas right now. Are you must vegas of here. With lent mixing engineer miklaszewski sixteen time. Grammy winner focal mariah carey. Michael jackson's older in saudi Bergeford friend of ours. He's going to be mixing tracks myself. post-election houses ronald. Who's doing a post sound. Which is urban post that they just had one of the movies other works release spiral. Sunil chris rock yes. Yes that's right. Three south that's south of yeah liga zero. Trust me in the sport everything else. Matthew scientists would be by score composer. I like to call like a young handsomer. I love it. You know it's it's in between Leads ghozlan the color palette the movie going back to what your santa We get progressively darker with discolored pow. So i would like to say that jones of progress goes from tree of life to.
"gino" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
"Into the actual underground military base base We shipped off begum ship though. Soleil like he came by. You know by c. Pretty amazing that's so. Let go you know that. That basically was undertaken by itself and also had specially made on mars rovers though. I've li- friend dennis mccarthy. He works fast and furious. He does all stuff fast and furious and day. They had to razors. You know road raises basically the fastest readers out the fast die and they were being used so he got got really good. This data breath me that read. We remain those into lake S road basically at great. So those are shipped to a lot of stuff so morocco but we also built a lot of things. We had a great crew. It'll z's art opened up russian-designed us like no real really big help justice. It took him like three and a half weeks ago. unheard of to do that that time because in a shooting during covert was was attachment that we're tested all the time you know it was devolved. We didn't have any shutdowns that over two hundred crew members. It'll retest them. Two hundred every week is stuff like that for us. Ed finished over the a quebec. Yeah i'd say two hundred crew members allowed gobi. We started october twenty january so suicide. That's amazing talking about your cash. Eric roberts no slag dairies and fine actors. Could you got some good people here for ditch. Eric is like he's he's he's put. It puts it as work with cups like so so yes or to six hundred f- it's the first time user morocco. Really yeah he had some really. You know the look. Eric is a great guy. Who will work together again in. Who was so. He was grant working. He love you. Love the script you know use. That is one of the few times you read. You read a new script young so make less so that you know the characters all have their unique voice different you know and You know yearly spoke really highly. Bobby i'm really humbled by that. Always work great at digital before eric. Christopher plummer wow yeah. This is a difference in because all the cova stuff chris so spoke to she spoke to me gave me as less violets. Laura code stuff then. Suddenly a week after Us you know. What a loss boy. He's great in everything i mean. He's just a marvelous actor and and word the long long career and You know from the sound of music star trek six. I mean the guy had such an amazing career..
"gino" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
"The interesting fact about that was. It's actually the first science fiction movie to be shot miss entirety law considerably history. Row about time in all exteriors assorted sambas of legged gladiator. Everything else kingdom of the studio we were at was cloud studios was at behind. The studio is the big kingdom of heaven and of in the studio everything else They're known for doing those every store but movies but it was the first science fiction will read the biggest ever done. Moroccan cinema history biggest ever built in sifi stages the only sifi stages overbuilt sci-fi sets actually builds of south stages of robinson witnessed resorted credit history and decide. I didn't even know that. And until about three weeks of pre production and art director comes to me because he's reckless averbukh movies. You know he worked on the old guard with charlie zero. A number of other so there is yet is a disease. The biggest sets a rebuilt my life the only ones besides which so we created history bronco and i was doing that so i guess it was divided. We got let there. Thank god for that up to new stuff that always really great to see us bringing something new to the country that is known for doing sorted. Saddle historical pieces and not sci-fi. It really goes to australia. New zealand of europe channel. Us from toronto that's for most of the sci-fi sets bills but never hear people build it sets and stuff so you know i thought that was really really unique. Yeah that's why we chose the law. And then i realized that we created history while we were there are. That's cool so how many sound stages did you end up using all at. How many is that the three sound stages. Wow also just over eighty thousand griffey. Yeah that's a lot. That's a lot for Know for film that really is. That's pretty good. Used us one of a smaller role. Twenty five thirty thousand american in two stages was as that was over fifty thousand square feet. Now we use one of the old abandoned. Seth said there were user for biblical basically shoot one of the debates and everything else in that site. Easily twenty thousand feet exterior builds a dozen coats everything had to be built from scratch. I take oh yes. The vacuum form lateral for the walls.
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"Now another addition of tony tomato on fi talk. This is katie sack off game. You're listening sifi saw co-creator out was like what am i promoting do all right okay. Ready three to one. This is mike. Dirty and the fisher. We're the co creators. The brown coach redemption. And you're listening to suck fi jump on the bandwagon. Everybody else has a gun and other. Hey ride hi. i'm tim. Daly the voice superman right here on scifi talk. Hello i'm doctor rodney. Mckay david hewlett. Hi this is don davis. I'm the composer of the matrix. Matrix reloaded and the matrix revolutions. Hi this is. John delancey kind of the things that aren't there. Well you know. Sometimes you have the anyway but people at all day thanks in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion today on scifi talk. We have gino mccoy on who is dude. Urine alter you do a lot of different things and you do them. Well music movies writing. I if i had a tenth to that talent i hack but i don't. That is great to have you here. Thank you so much success as to program. Tony actually listen to a few of your interviews for a little been on your website but sites. Thank you fits upward thank you. I'm always constantly working really at. It's a never ending story. But eventually i will have to walk away but not now. He'll what happened absolutely not anytime soon. So the film We're talking about is called movement first of all. Where did this idea come to you from. Always been inside. Because i grew up i actually but i was three years old when i first started reading of the star wars books and my mom has me on cassette all the star wars books that time three and a half you know. People are amazed at that that was actually meeting star wars books about time. I think my inspiration started there but for the movie. Lumina wanted to do a movie where you could see how someone is affected. Psychologically by a member of the family or someone that they love being to by. Oh wow interesting. So you went to psychological at mcdonalds. Yeah yeah see exactly like friends. What are not their love with. Designate other is.
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"Welcomes professional troublemaker. Why thanks for having lobby. I've been jodi west. Read your books are falling you. As far as i'm concerned where friends. I don't care what anybody says. I consider you my friend. We'd be taxing what night best size world opens back up. We gotta beat up in some city in the world. yes. I want to be in this like julian coogan with volun- symphony and everybody the because i've seen a lot on instagram. Pre pandemic alaba jealous. How come. I'm getting buy into these. Hang out. I might not nigerian. I'm coming you're getting an invitation. I always curious what you wanted to do or be when you were growing up. What was like seven-year-old gino's dream gina. Where it's a scientist and an athlete at the same time really. I was a splinter hundred meters was my jam and i was talented and obviously a time from fat. You know had a nigerian families. Are you got the five career doctor. Lawyer accountant engineer own disgraced the family. My mom was going to be a doctor. You're going to be a doctor. But even seven on new. I didn't really like the cya blood. I didn't like barbosa. I want to be scientists. And she's like okay so scientists at athlete i wanted to scientists discover new immi bosom new cells and these things than in my spare time willing olympics. One hundred meters. That was seven
"gino" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Did a excellent job one of the best morocco. Actually destler opera would say they've done a lot of homes they can offer kingdom evans sad. You know jimmy like regard uncle. Jim yash he's one of the services there he suggested of your festivals. He's like well. Great a moroccan Takeover lawyer group is lead because emergency vehicles. I'm hassan assan Identifies resume like wow okay. And he moved back from france morocco. He's lived in france. You know worked worked in new zealand. Australia loudwar Worked with peter jackson. Imagine morocco at is again this at that time your ago was looking for projects work on because he's very selected zaki loved. The project says became really good. friends needs. He's producing the right now. His team which consists of lead. You know matinees positives in a digital artists all over the world and stuff like that so under his team as he sees shepherded entire thin. And they'll do it all the effects or one posthouse yet. Another bit of trivia. An alfred hitchcock shot a sequence in morocco. Believe it or not i feel. Yeah the film is called. The man who knew too much or james stewart and doris day and they shot the oklahoma sequence in morocco. One of the first film to shoot there by the way really. It's true miss. Oh yeah of course but yeah he did. He shot in morocco but But yet but definitely not sci-fi my give the only one that just does Light we're five. You know this hitchcock only oh yeah but his stocks saying what he said that you know you should be able to turn the tv the volume and no nc. See those moving pitchers Exactly what's going on. I always tried to create. My phone's like that aesthetically pleasing lights like you know showing onset trying to try to let images up as you'll be able to like explain to the audience what's going out without so be there in a sound is very important. Everything else so yeah. So lastly i gotta ask you as.
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"Covenants hughes ballot. Everything else. I would say that. That's how it improved. Britain progressively darker deeper and deeper into into the story. Right so goofy and stuff shot with sony's alter and i got this new one four k. Oh nice we used Cooks special flares nuked special flares amorphous. Who shot the first person that put me autry Kettles yup yup does shop black widow. That will so yes. While you were shooting black widow gabrielle. Some yeah love. This love the scammer. He's telling me about some zach should use it on movement elsewhere so because he was hoping to come on the projects right so kind of disappointed but the camera. And then when i spoke to larry gal loved the song to us now. So the lesson that uses sony sony. There that's a beautiful. Who shot or jim is out of. North shore cook sf so special flares. Good and my colors is travis flynn for a technicolor. Worked on the thinking. We worked out of a winter soldier. Always we're always working on captain. America thoughts series. Yeah yeah there's some good work there. I've seen holiday. that's fantastic. Yeah he's the coldest on that one. So travis is building basically the great on lubna a team. We decided to go with the saudi in the sony. Really shot well. Beautiful team is everything. They really is your support staff if it's not there. I'm matter what you're doing post. It's not going to save the film. So how much of larry's stuff survived it in the editing process or did did gabrielle. Hat to or shoot any anymore. Re-shoot any of his Over all those subsidized. I tune out through this. It's about how good is led. Shut type field. Though kubrick an incident moments with two leads so I would say colors really beautiful thing like it talk recently germany in that part of it. Yeah survived led the fight like you know at least site at least like at least ten minutes. He'll survive in which is really good. It was the opening part. You know and everything else recognized. Shot the ritz as far as completion. Where do you see it being done. I think of gun william open data. We're we're able to finish around up july good the july. A rats erupted january so awfully july Open to complete love to invite you to be. Actually i'm kind of i'm kind of in transition myself right now at least rewrite so at least like a private I appreciate that. I do appreciate you see vastly but you know as you know with any sci-fi movie like you know the the effects no creatures creatures not Creature effects practical effects visual effects. We had so many different types of effects in this will result in oil. Dr team everything else that worked really hard special effects team and all that other stuff so we had a number of different effects in that we combined that really came together mel together electric movie. Why is it..
"gino" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Perlman go. Another actor march gabby was working with raw. Gabby said he said. Gm innocent but you know a a under study. This groceries really amazing. Owns work with jim for those seven days. Because larry smith was about to care like averaged coming back on january second so raquel came in america. Really got along really well. She's she's a really. The child really great talent in a very organized. She's worked on marvel stuff as well. She has really been for color. The crowd so she came on warning shots just before new year's in the second straight game second cova shrinking larry Tried to get back into morocco. The uk when allow anybody to leave your was taken it any any uk citizens. Morocco stop cases and entire camera team was stuck in the uk in As you can recharge shoot so raquel took over us dp on the project and shot the rest of the movie how that's great. I happy for her. She she got the shooter and the you know that will allow the future upset that he wasn't able to finish the move of course course to mazing so tell us about your post production process. How are you in the middle of that now. Or is trent Out the events. Working on the score. Working in las vegas right now. Are you must vegas of here. With lent mixing engineer miklaszewski sixteen time. Grammy winner focal mariah carey. Michael jackson's what's in saudi Bergeford friend of ours. He's going to be mixing tracks myself. postition houses ronald. Who's doing a post sound. Which is urban post that they just had one of the movies other works release spiral. Sunil chris rock yes. Yes that's right. Three south that's south of. Yeah a trust me. In the sport everything else. Matthew scientists would be by score composer. I like to call like a young handsomer. I love it. You know it's it's in between Leads ghozlan the color palette the movie going back to what your santa We get progressively darker with discolored pow. So goes i would like to say that. Jones goes from tree of life to.
"gino" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Everything else kingdom of the studio we were at was cloud studios was at behind. The studio is the big kingdom of heaven and of in the studio everything else They're known for doing those every store but movies but it was the first science fiction will read the biggest ever done. Moroccan cinema history biggest ever built in sifi stages the only sifi stages overbuilt sci-fi sets actually builds of south stages of robinson witnessed resorted credit history with decide. I didn't even know that. And until about three weeks of pre production and art director comes to me because he's reckless averbukh movies. You know he worked on the old guard with charlie zero a number of other so there is yet. he's a disease. The biggest sets a rebuilt my life the only ones besides which so we created history bronco and i was doing that so i guess it was divided. We got let their going to thank god for that up to new stuff that always really great to see us bringing something new to the country that is known for doing sorted saddle historical pieces and not sci-fi because really goes to like australia new zealand of europe. The us From toronto that's for most of the sci-fi sets but never hear people build it sifi sets and stuff so you know i thought that was really really unique we. Yeah that's why we chose the law. And then i realized that we created history while we were there are. That's cool so how many sound stages did you end up using all at how many is at the three sound stages. Wow also just over eighty thousand griffey. That's a lot that's a lot for Know for film that really is. That's pretty good. Used us one of a smaller role. Twenty five thirty thousand american in two stages was as that was over fifty thousand square feet. Now we use one of the old abandoned said there were user for biblical basically shoot one of the nadu's debates and everything else in that site. Easily twenty thousand feet exterior builds a dozen post there. Everything had to be built from scratch. I take oh yes. The vacuum form lateral for the walls.
"gino" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Now another addition of tony tomato on fi talk. This is katie sack us game. You're listening sifi saw co-creator out was like what am i promoting to all right okay. Ready three to what. This is mike. Dirty and the fisher. We're the co creators. The brown coach redemption. And you're listening to suck fi jump on the bandwagon. Everybody else has a gun and other. Hey ride hi. i'm tim daly the voice of superman right here on scifi talk. Hello i'm doctor rodney mckay. David hewlett hi. This is don davis. I'm the composer of the matrix. Matrix reloaded and the matrix revolutions. Hi this is. John delancey kind of the things that aren't there. Well you know. Sometimes you have that experience anyway but people at all day thanks in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion today on scifi talk. We have gino mccoy on is dude urine alter you do a lot of different things and you do them. Well music movies writing. I if i had a tenth to that talent i hack but i don't. That is great to have you here. Thank you so much success on the program. Tony actually listen to a few of your interviews for a little. Been on your website but sites up. Thank you fits upward. Oh thank you. I'm always constantly working really. Yeah it's a never ending story. But eventually i will have to walk away but not now. He'll what happened absolutely not anytime soon. So the film We're talking about is called movement first of all. Where did this idea come to you from. Always been inside. Because i grew up i actually but i was three years old when i first started reading of the star wars books and my mom has me on cassette in a radio all the star wars books that time three and a half you know. People are amazed at that that was actually meeting star wars books about time. I think my inspiration started there but for the movie. Lumina wanted to do a movie where you could see how someone is affected. Psychologically by a member of the family or someone that they love being a to by. Oh wow interesting. So you went to psychological at mcdonalds. Yeah yeah see exactly like friends. Whatever are not their love with designate. Other is.
"gino" Discussed on RPM45
"But I would have wanted to be most been would WANNA be. Good life of life of choices. That's right. Choices than the more empowered you feel but with those choices. Came something else looming Some of those choices would lead you to dark places people you had no idea. That we will either seek revenge or. Try to do harm in some way. And so I learned very very quickly. We use the word of saying refrain myself. Because when I wrote that song was twenty two years old. Twenty two. The first thing you feel. Instability. Yes. and. So you feel you can do what you want whether you will you can't or not. And as I grew up a little bit and as I got into my mid to layer twenty, I started realizing it's not exactly the way it was part of that is just. You maturing process you know growing up. And twenty two. Thinking about where you were in your life at twenty two and what you had accomplished, you could be that guy. Well just the fact that you know I was on stage every night people waiting for me all the time you know. It was really really bad thing you know when I look back for most of us it's a fantasy life. Well, it's a bad thing. Let me tell you why it's a bad thing because it gives you a false impression of yourself install as the years go on you think that your this thing and when it all all of a sudden stops you go what happened nobody loves me anymore. So you feeling a loss instead of thin normality. And you were a questionably a sex symbol as a performer in those days. Get some people thought me that way but when it all stopped. The adulation kind of went by the wayside and people weren't following me anymore. No more notes on. I read. Carrara and all that kind of stuff stop and then you go like I said, the problem is you with what happened what's I felt loss Instead of feeling all this is a normal life. Yeah. Our experience that extreme high and when. Come down to a normal life they look at it like it's all gone. And also identification with work as yourself. And when the work isn't there. It's it's deflating if you're in that space. Look. There's something about. Generic existence. Of Men, women, creatures, animals, insects, all living things, plants. as the Bible Wednesday, to every season, there's purpose. So to every man woman in living fingers purpose. And Up to find that purpose because that purpose gives us happiness. Now. It is. Something we do. Because we have hands, we have phones we have tool of is where years knows we have a mind create. Part. If if we don't create, we don't exist. As simple that starting with maybe fire or the wheel in the bronze, age? Is really symptons set. So we were built to create. So that's why one of our. Missions in life is to find exactly what it is that we feel comfortable doing..
"gino" Discussed on RPM45
"The studio How to capture your in signs in a place that forum to the insides you know a place with walls would ceramic can would. Phone in how do you be yourself? You know those times you read you're on the couch playing guitar piano, and you swear that would be that would be a lovely taken that repeal beginning song, and then you get into the studio and you feel a little tongue tied will nervous and you find that it becomes a sort of a a hurdle studio becomes not your enhanced but hurdle to well to to understand that, and then of course, understanding engineers and producers and house to are built. In that time in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, seventy. Canadian. In production. Records. Really wasn't that all that sophisticated most of the good records were made either Abbey Road in London. Or the Columbia Studios in New York where sound Garfunkel recorded or the Capitol Studios you know where Sinatra? Record in La. So you know I changed in Canada by the time. Dion Bryan Adams and artists such became popular A lot of a lot of Canadian producers. and Canadian studios really became more studios, but at nine, hundred, seventy, eight, it wasn't the case. Well, I listened to I found on Youtube your. I think is your first record, Geno both. Van. L.. E.. Yeah. That was the name of your band or is that what you calling yourself? As. A. This is nine, hundred seventy and some of the thinking that people fell. Were that a lot of talons you know with an ethnic sounding names shoe try not to sound too ethnic all. Because I mean you know Tony Bennett and because he was Benedetto or something like that right and. Martin was something else vic damone always singers eh really very ethnic sounding names until six months later after the record. You're going to be you Y- whatever yeah I listened to it though I enjoyed it. I did I really. I was surprised. It was it was I was expecting something you know rather raw and I love our. Run many ways but I mean it's It's it in some ways it's an endearing it was it's kind of an r. e. feel to it, and that has to be my all time favorite music. So I did enjoy it. You know Alabi side was a little bit better crying Lucas it's A. It's a lesson in learning a heartless lowering that real craft of making music and It took me years and years and years I mean after seventeen was a four to five year period for your period before got signed in and that four year period every day added everyday with lessons, drum lessons, piano lessons, guitar lessons, and trying to write a song listening to. Either lennon-mccartney or or dirt back records the web or some of the all writers that coke order in June July Kern, and trying to understand what makes what constitutes a could song..
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"Hey this is marquess off and this is RPM forty-five. Today my interview with Gene-o? Pinelli. who had big hits in the seventies and eighties we're talking to platinum albums five gold albums to tap five singles in the US and many more in his home country of Canada. But there's much more to this interview than the music that you know finale created it's about his life and his spiritual journey I think you'll find it interesting my interview with. Vanilla. You've had quite a journey. Haven't you I have. Yes. Quite yet, there's a few things yet. I want to accomplish. Well, I wanNA talk about all of it. Though I like to start though with your beginnings and what I learned is that you come from a very musical family. Dad was a singer cabaret singer and very much into out what I would consider some of the better artists of the day a big bands combos ranging from jazz to classical to contemporary as really acquainted with all. The Duke Ellington's and Count Basie and Stan Kenton Artie Shaw and Even some of the South American bands, you know she's Rodriguez Luna Russi in a few than can also be the soloist or miles coltrane and Brubeck and. Oscar Peterson. So our are reading at home. It consisted of listening from everything from Bobby Darin to you know to Caruso. The influences very wide and really it really does explain why music covers a lot of those territories. It also explains why it took me a little bit of time to really in a sense you know sculpt a style that was completed in itself because not only was it a style that I wanted to sculpt according to my big band or jazz since but according to my contemporary pop rock sense but also. According to you know my my soul background and then also according to you know Mike. Affection for poetry. So really took many years to all those elements together to become one. Your music is hard to pigeonhole. Listened to all those kind of music can somehow they can roll around me Nell come up with A. Folk Song and then. Throw INS and courts Jazz James in there just to spice it up for myself my own ears. And to some people it's jarring but to me, it's interesting. Absolutely keeps it interesting. But you know even at the height of your commercial success, your music was more than just coming to escape too. Late there would definitely was you know a pop jazz aren't be All that stuff. There was a lot of things I learned in preparing for this that I didn't know like verse thing was that you started out very young and you had a record contract. Still as a teenager. Yes assigned to RCA victory was called time at seventeen years old right outside of high school. was. An eye opener I thought it would be easy. because. The all I had to do is go when audition play the instruments and play one of my songs and. Was a Friday, and then after school and Monday morning president of our Candida called me and said, you know we'd like to sign you while so I. I. You know. Mistakenly. Thought that it would be an easy road. And then once I got into. Recording was really all about..
"gino" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Joining me now, first class Father Gino cafarelli welcome to first glance fatherhood. Thank you so much man I'm I'm so honored to be here. Let's start like this. How many kids you have? How old? she's. She's going to be seven actually on Friday and then say. I have one girl. We have one girl. I'll get what type of sports activities she into. On she loves to swim. She's kind of a little bit of I the the little joke. Is that kind of coordinated at now in in the whole kind of trip over feather, but she's been learned. She's the love swimming so I've been than maybe get into soccer. but as far as you know what what she really loves to do, she loves to swim. She loves the water. Okay very cool. If you could please just take a minute here to hit my listeners with a little bit about your background what you do. well I was I, was mainly in corporate America. All my life I was born in Queens. All My life a story of flushing. Whitestone Bayside area. Went to Catholic school went to an all boy. High School went to Saint John's. And then I was Kinda like on the eleven year program at Saint John's because I wanted to kind of start working right away, so I started selling cars for Saturn. Remember an company. I saw sound Saturn's and go to school at night but originally when I was in college I started with a started in the pharmacy program I made the Pharmacy Program. I was book smart in school. But I always kind of wanted to get into the into the yard. Spin enact filmmaker. So I did various sales jobs for any job that I ever took. I always believed in the service or the product, so anything ever sold I. Really believed in so I always mainly in corporate America all my life and Ben just decided really like in two thousand six collide pick everything, and now pick up and going and moves lag just to get away from new. York, not not to really go out there with like I have a set dreams had some. Day, I WANNA? Take a little break from New York. And I went out. Tell Lane just kinda like chilled out a little bit and kind of like started catalyzed, chipping away in happened organically. And then I came back to. Work on a passion project, and then I just went upstate. Yeah Very Cool Gino, and along this journey here about how old are you that when you first became a dad and had to becoming a father kind of change your perspective on life so? So I was I turned forty in. La came back to New York couple years after that, so she's going to be seven fifty. One I'm doing the mets. I was forty four. I kinda. I kinda started late I started late like my friends were like like they had like teenagers and had kids gone college like. Like but I, I guess you say you know better better late than never. you know. How's IT changed me? a lot of I know going to have a girl because. You know mischievous things. That I've I've done a boy is growing up boy it just it. PUTS A. Look at things a lot differently by especially diners, pandemic and and. A lot of people living in fear and worrying stuff, the number one priority. That really scared me the most. I mean my parents are still around. Knock on wood there. They're older, the you know. Scared about kind of like getting them, say making sure they're safe while again number one priority being family, but being that like she's going to be sudden. She's still a kid. You know like I. Just the soil, just a lot of people getting sick, and just it just scared me like I wanna be a blonde. Be around forever to my because I have a very close relationship with my daughter, I spend a lot of time even though she doesn't live with me, she. She lives with her mom. She spends a lot of time with me and been spending a lot more time with me during the pandemic. Because my ex, she's in the essential world. Our family owns convenience stores. I drive through Comedians to start the business kind of like really took off, and she was really busy, so I spent a lot of more more time with my daughter and the challenging par that was the whole home schooling that was that was pretty challenging, so. I got. Yeah. We've all been struggling a little bit with that. The teachers have been doing a great job and over my kids, they've been very good with zoom calls, and and all that stuff staying on top say got four kids myself and my oldest will be starting high school next year, so it's Kinda one of those years for me where I have an eighth grader who's supposed to be graduating eighth three and have a kindergartener. My last kindergarten was supposed to have that going on and both haven't happened yet I. Don't know we'll see if something comes together, but the teachers have been doing a great job, and now that you said. You you have your a door with your with your ex. For a lot of single DADS out there one of the struggles that they have one of the things that's tough to decide is when do you feel like you would be okay introducing your door to a new potential, a girlfriend or spouse that you would be dating? At what point in a new relationship would you feel comfortable doing that? Well, it's been. It's been a few years I mean extra like best friends. She's amazing. She comes from a great family. She's Greek Italian, so it Kinda got the best of both worlds..