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"glyn johns" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"South Carolina is one Tennessee. Two. You get one more and nobody can catch him. Let's say Virginia? Yes. You want to try the other one? That would be a whole family pictures. Ah, Georgia is correct. Got away for all those states this week, all those states I could have gotten this one and I would like to make it very clear that We that I took into effect into account DeLay because people listening are probably saying Carl Carl got that before scripted, But we give about Ojai goes way. Give about a half second delay to the folks think that people I think the people are saying they finally gave Skip after all these weeks. Most people yes, possible my pillow guys, so you know Of course, he's still listening. He's in Australia. Did he say he's in Australia? I think, he said. I have a new factory thing. I think he's in Australia. Okay tomorrow for him. I thought he was saying, like generically were in. I'm in all straight like my pillow is in Australia. Now. He said that they was on the news and I'm in Australia in the U. K. Um and I think it's physically in believing tiebreaker Had we have needed it, But we don't There was no bigger the story this week from the presidential debate, which had a lot of people talking afterwards. According to a recent survey. What percentage of American workers say you should never, under any circumstances, discuss politics at work? Anybody want to guess what the survey said? Yes is 100% should be. What should we say? 50% you want take it doesn't mean anything. But you want to just take a guess at it for the fun of it, 1 80%. Only 26% 26% said that you should never under any circumstances discuss politics at work, 53% said. It depends on the situation. And 22% said. It's totally fine to talk about politics at work. All right, So Skip Webber has won the game unless Unless someone can steal it here in the queue, MD and Skip. Of course, you can buzz it on the Q T as well. Here we go question a mass destruction. Within two million. That's your you get a wide berth here within two million How many people Carl? Tape. But then two million within two million. 71 a half. No, I'll finish the question dammit question was how many people watched the debate. That was not the question within two million how many people voted? In the 2016 election within two million how many people voted in the 2016 election? Of course you can. 120 million. No, that was close. So, Chris, but not close enough. Skip has won the 90th cushion of the weird. Go ahead. I'm going to get 112 million. 128 million. Oh, people voted almost 129 128,838,342 people voted side. Yeah, them where we're living. How many people voted twice in Chicago once and how many people were deceived? Great Skip before we got a few minutes left here. What's what's happening at Webber Chevrolet? Well, we got a brand new month. Everything's reset with gigantic incentives again. Sometimes here, usually in October. We have really good sales on pre owned in pretty good sales, ramping up on the new model year, but we still have more of the previous model. You're the normal because of all those delays with with production, so it's just a little bit different October. Lots of stuff. Really good things really good. Really, Really good selection. No number one vehicles. A Louis crossover. Wise is equal knocks. We got on enormous amount of him. We're still getting a handful of the extra 300 with that. So check that out that that that's probably the bargain of the month and tonight's Saturday evening rock show. Tonight. Saturday evening. Last show is a really good one Last last week, we featured the great sound man, Glyn Johns and all of the different groups that he has worked with this. This That was a Different, unique theme. This week's theme is the back half. Of another theme we've done. For example, we did one week we did kings and few excited with it. Queens one week with gold A few weeks later, we did silver one week we did dogs. In many weeks later, we did cats. So there's a few of those like that Good back half Lycan opposite of another theme we've done before with some really, really, really good songs in it, but I think that's what I say every week, but always bunch of songs I like Some songs. You have heard no in love songs, Man with their song and some songs you've never heard before. Ever from bands you of that's what our show is about. Hope you like it. Make sure you check it out every Saturday night, Right here on 97 1 of them talked the number one Music show on a tox station in the world. The Saturday Evening rock show with Skip Weber, one of the things that I was going to make a question on the weird news challenge today. Was that the XFL is once again. Coming back. The Rock is trying to revive this league for the third time. I have a couple minutes left in the show, so I wanted Teo ask you guys about what you think about that they didn't know they haven't said for sure that ST Louis is back. But they put together this production featured in the head coach was featured and put together this production package to roll out the coming back, and there was a lot of battle hawks. Highlights in that package. You think so? There's a couple things a couple things first up. If they come back and don't include ST Louis or not, it was by far the most popular city agreed. But here's the deal. This died cause of Cove it it didn't die because the unpopularity I think it would have worked. I think people think that it was working and would have worked if they but they didn't They weren't flush flush. Overflowing with their bankrolls with cash so that when they had to cancel the games, they couldn't survive Curse. You agree with an analysis? I'm going to say this. My ears really piqued up until you say Dwayne the Rock was involved in. No, no, no. Ah, no interest at all that I don't support. That's another. That's a whole other can of worms, because what we're talking about spoke of the RNC, and he's kind of been a conservative actor and Holly. Would and I think he's got some people off guard when he when he endorsed Joe Biden this week, But maybe that as a businessman, Maybe that's an issue that we can talk about next week. Because we don't have time to do so very interesting, though, to see the XFL giving it this herd dry. I've never seen a Li get so many opportunities. But you know what if it brings football back to ST Louis and can entertain thousands like it did before, And we can put thousands of fans in the stadium like we did, But they don't tell you it's another try. Because the second one really good count that one in the head. You're exactly right. Give Weber Thanks again for your time today, sir, We gotta wrap up today's show. So four producer Carl middlemen and my partner. I'm Tony Columbo. Thank you. So much for listening to.
"glyn johns" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"That is the Ozark Mountain Daredevils with their debut single from their debut album, also called The Ozark Mountain. They're Devils came out 1973 if you want to get to heaven. Probably their most popular song of all time. They had a lot of good music, though, but that, like I said, was her debut single. And What happened was the band. They were playing a lot of gigs, and they actually got the attention of an M records who was headquartered in England. So they invited the The staff producer whose name was David and early and David said, Well, bringing my top engineered Glyn Johns and we're going to come in and watch when your gigs and they did, and the band was so nervous and so uptight that they felt like they tanked it. And, of course, the two people were not impressed. They said. Please come listen to us play. Just acoustically or just not in the gig, and then they were blown away by it. So they pretty much signed him on the spot and flew to London to do to do the album, So the rest is history. Great. Great combination there in great story. And before that we had the Rolling Stones with Gimme shelter from the album. Let it bleed from 1969. And this was the album. The first album without Brian Jones came and they tried to work on the album and he was always drunk. These fired him actually drowned, you know, shortly thereafter. But Keith Richards did most of the guitar work for both guitar parts. Mick Taylor was only the Brian Jones replacement on Lee only played on a couple gigs. That's kind of sad because Brian Jones was one of the founders. He was he really started it. I mean, it wasn't always the front man. But But he kind of founded the thing so you know he was out and I love this song It's about I mean, it became an anthem for Vietnam. But Keith Richard says that he first inspired the whole thing by watching some people scramble for shelter doing a sudden pop up storms. Of course, it became a metaphor for for staying alive and Vietnam and all that. And I love the female vocal. The female vocalist was a lady by the name of Merry Clayton M. E R. R Y. And she was such a good vocal. She did a lot of work with a lot of different bands. A lot of session work like that. And the sad story is that she was pregnant. And this was a very straining part to sing and she went home after singing it and she action of miscarriage and people thing, Maybe because of straining the voice so very, very sad. But anyway, but she was a great great part. Great singing part. So Have you guessed the theme? I'd be surprised if you have. But let me just tell you remember when I talked about David and really bringing the top engineer Glyn Johns. The theme tonight. He is. Music on albums engineered by Glyn Johns. And the reason why I did this for a lot of reasons, number one because he had so many awesome bands, and it's a great way to bit awesome bands in there, and they mentioned his name a lot. For example, he was the engineer and the mixer for let it bleed, and he did the work on almost all of the rolling stone stuff. As a matter of fact, when he was trying to be a singer, he would often play in a band that would open for the stones. He became hung around with him. He was friends with all of that was kind of like the way he got his big break until he really started doing a lot of different A lot of different bands. And there's a lot of great producers after he had Phil Spector with his wall of sound you Tom Dowd with his legendary meticulousness and the way he put people together like bringing Duane Allman and Eric Clapton together you find with with, you know, did Tom Petty and Stevie Nicks and all that, you know Todd Rundgren and all his genius work. There's lots of genius, but Glyn Johns is one of the best great book by him by cold Sound, Man. I really recommend reading it. So when we return, we'll do some giants of rock. If it's happening, it's happening here. World world the country, the country and the community. ST Louis is own 97 1..
"glyn johns" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Ended up going to Miami to fix with Chris Lord algae but we tracked the AL mean. To nobody in New Jersey and they'd already been New York Bunch. I was like finding also really weird thing. freaked me out was belly had just recorded their with Glyn Johns on I saw coming in the studio when I went down there to look at it. And Humor is kind of weird vibe and then that out that album tank that second belly record. Her for down there I want the studio in boxing music and record it avalon there at a really neat little basis. Imagined that drum sound on on back in black coming from. Yeah. I I. Enjoy good about it. You know. You gotta go with your Gut. Another. Weird airplanes flying back from there. We took off from Nassau and it was one of those jets that had the two engines in the back. Yes. Flu. Oh. We. Oh my God. Question for you? Yes. Sir I'm sorry talked. So much of. His hostesses, things about this I love stories. You. You. Left music to go into. Culinary Arts. That was inbetween. Gril Tomi keen thing and govern and reducing refers to Ghazi. Record. Would Act I mean? Yeah, I what happened was? At some polling during after Tommy and sign with Geffen, it was probably to the record come out. And were writing he was you know we were recording stuff for the second album like demoing and I'm was I remember being my part in DC I lived right off of a Wisconsin. Upper Wisconsin Avenue Mass. Ivan. Is Looking out the. Window. Open is like one. Thing going to happen. I do start digging into the future. I. You know I just had this. Initial. Premonition whenever you call it in his. Somewhat father used to say. To me. was while I was doing this music thing which you didn't think very much of wasn't a proud. It but he would always say, well, you know, why are you find someone to fall back on? We couldn't to you know, hey, man I knew how to be a record store manager and a clerk and you know I had sold shoes. Woman Store and Capitol. Hill done we all kinds of stuff. Yeah. One thing I really like doing was eating in restaurants. and. On my days off from yesterday. Say I always want no in fact. When almost a little kid after I'd seen the Beatles I loved watching Julia Child Love Watching Graham Kerr on the galloping. Gourmet. I just liked all this stuff Justin Wilson. was later but. In the Tommy keene years I started watching the show called on the discovery channel. Great Chefs of. Great Chefs. Great Chefs of the southwest. Of New Orleans. And I just really kinda trapped it to it. And so when the Keane thing I'm just thinking about, of course, we went out to eat a lot you know being quartered by Geffen in the CETERA, right? Yeah. And anyways, I was I was just like no one whom ago. Cuisine appearance with US allow from take this nine months. Short course. See if I even have an aptitude because I was in the cooking the not greatly I had a girlfriend who's really a good cook but. Andrew into cooking. So I realized when graded seasoning uses salt. Really. Kunar school teacher yeah and anyways after that Solo Acoustic tour. And also we'd. had. Done this tour. Kind of supporting the run now EP put out any. That had disowned from the movie on which had bombed. And, the movie did and and. All. I gotTA. Be really big residual check. Like two years ago a really year ago. Thirty years. Worth of. Musicians unions of. Whatever, how tragedy joined the Musicians Union? was like three grand or something you know still. No It's Nice right? Yeah. I from the Phil, what is it called the film? Musicians secondary markets for. Allow he told me? Because after Tommy di Di told me his brother. Told Me Hey, look gonNA file for this because sure you make some money. I found out the time you've been making money from it. So anyway yeah because He. Doing the state. So you did tell me that Susan. The she's backup. Musicians were in the movie. All had checks still. Market. CPU. Slow. Anyway. Using. Finish the Solo tour we'd. We'd had this miserable on run now tour where we played a frat house in the middle of like outside of Charlottesville and the rebound fifteen people watching and and. Seventy five people drinking beer. On the trip down the. Down the stairs. Nears schools trip. I got off the Solo Acoustic tour and I was like. So many bays and I'm GonNa get the tuition to. Go to cooking. Wow So I did. My end right around then was when Ghazi ask me to do the the for CP. And but anyways, I didn't Ms. Aided? School.
"glyn johns" Discussed on RPM45
"Once again, we were astounded. It was very believable to me as song by a guy who kinda ran into some trouble with this woman and he's getting back at her. Not Going to tell you that but just kind of an observation, a lot of quirky girl and do their own thing I want to ask you about some of the lyrics here because I wanNA know if it's intentional or is just my dirty mind. Okay. The lines you'll take an inch, but you love a mile there never seems to be quite enough floating around to fill your love and cup. Okay was that a sexual reference or am I just dirty? Little Boat. You, you are dirty, but you're right. Okay. Well. Get, give an inch. They'll take him out. That's an old adage. Heard that. Of course. Yes. Just saline each of you know whatever Yeah whatever. So there's kind of that Innuendo in there, but it wasn't blatant. Wasn't the warped minds out there like me yeah yeah. So you get to your third album and a son Glyn Johns is not producing wreck because apparently what he he wanted to, he wanted to get rid of your manager or something like that. Well, see the thing was is. It's back to the friction on the first album body from what you have. Glenn didn't want that song on the album in our manager who at times could be quite convincing and quite vocal the two of them butted heads and when it came time for the third album goddess, all room said, I love working with you guys. But I I can't work with your manager when we say we don't okay So we were still a bunch of googlers from Missouri and we said we I, guess we're GonNa stick with her manager. He got us this far. So we had to make a hard choice, we stuck with a stand in all and good Karma and kept it all in the family and kept it all in Missouri. An also an wanted us to move to Los. Angeles because if we moved to Los Angeles, they could do this on the share show they give Mike. Douglas. They could get us under merv Griffin's variety hour and with to hit records under our belt they felt that, hey, we could probably to send us something..
"glyn johns" Discussed on Pantheon
"He was brought in by John and got worked on the ors over campaign and things like that But he was also directly responsible in putting together the cover of the his first album a cover of what she's done over twenty five hundred nowadays. But you know imagine that your first album cover is Abbey road You. Know under under his art direction as as the guy putting it together, and it's an interesting story. How that all comes about and you know a th there's all kinds of issues going on back and forth and you know Cauti- makes the decision of not putting the band's name on the cover of this new album put out. Yeah I mean you know again Colossians one of these guys I. If I can get in touch with them. Then he might be not always used these Christian if you can cheese. And some people told me story so often forget the Hooghly desolate people are always in our main. Studio older fight the one that beach does not appear. On the cover of. The students healthy screen because he was a young guy. Standing much join guy go. Quinn. Lot, which is Jim. Yeah I phone don't that one was no. Any area on on the album cover g went absolutely molesting cost to view whether it be conscious Vaso Botvinnik. He kicked you. Only have to do is look at the cover of this album and if you know these guys and welcome to. then. You're living somewhere else. So he view the and of course, jobs law which. He thought that would be commercially disastrous I and I. It's the o'clock in the morning foon. CAUTI- GonNa. Expand and. Upper class towards shall we say? For, this mission. She. Thought would cost. Millions of pounds I helped him win and albums before she looking at known anybody who doesn't orgies guys are. Coming from another planet coming sky in Europe. Right Right Right So let it be. They are able to kind of resurrect this and now they're you know they're competing versions out there. Let it be naked which is really Credited to to Glyn Johns and how he put it together or versus Phil? Spector. Do you have a preference? I quite liked joins mix Yeah quite join makes A. Beatles unplugged in a sense. Won't before entity arrived in the scene? And it does how stop miss which is.
"glyn johns" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Burn someday soon. We'll come back and revisit that song by this point the band felt that their image was a little too poppy so they wanted their next single to hit harder and return a little bit to their R&B roots. Steve Marriott began writing tin soldier about a girl that he was infatuated with Jenny. Rylance and he was trying to win her over eventually. He did he married her in. May Sixty Eight Patricia Ann Cole professionally known. As P P arnold was a former member of Ike and Tina Turner's backup singers the cats. She was working in London and was also signed to immediate records. Steve Mary it was going to give tin soldiered. A P P arnold for her album but when he and Ronnie Lane finished writing the song they decided to keep it for themselves they did invite P P arnold to sing on their recording and her vocals are a key part of the chorus. If you search for Tin Soldier on Youtube you'll find a clip of small faces performing this song on British TV with P P. Arnold prominently featured hits worth checking out. Tin Soldier was released in December. Nineteen sixty seven along with Steve Mary. And P P Arnold on vocals. The song includes Mary. It's Guitar Ronnie Lane on Bass and vocals Ian maclagan on keyboards and Kenny Jones on drums. The song was produced by Marriott and lane and Glyn. Johns was the recording engineer. The song begins with three layered keyboard parts a piano a warlord sir. Electric Piano and organ all played by Ian maclagan.
"glyn johns" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Who small faces and technically it is just small faces. The small faces formed in London in nineteen sixty five bass player and singer Ronnie Lane and drummer. Kenney Jones had a band called the outcast in nineteen sixty three and then later the pioneers one day Ronnie walked into a local music store to buy a new Bass Guitar and he met Guitarist vocalist. Steve Mariot. Who was working in the store at that time Mary? It had grown up in a musical family and spent some time as a child actor. He starred in the musical Oliver and recorded the soundtrack album when he was thirteen a cone CD wanted a family away. Like going to use some strong sawyer had been playing in a local band called the moments but one night Marian Join Ronnie and the pioneers on stage for an impromptu jam during which Marian managed to trash the pubs piano resulting in the whole ban being thrown out of the club afterwards. Steve and Ronnie formed a band with Kenney Jones on drums and an organ player named Jimmy Lang. With who used the stage name of Jimmy Winston? They book some gigs but they needed a name. Winston's girlfriend had made a comment. About how Mariot Lane Jones all short and she said they had small faces but in the British MoD culture of the time being called a face meant that you are fashionable and charismatic so they liked the dual meaning of small faces and kept it as their name. They started out by playing. R&b covers which is what the mods were into. And Steve Mariot had a great voice for those kinds of songs he could really shine on those soulful tunes. They played songs by James Brown. Jimmy Reed smokey Robinson Rufus Thomas. They weren't writing their own material yet. They were just happy playing the R&B songs that the MODs loved and they became one of the most popular bands on the MoD scene. Don Arden the infamous IMPRESARIO and father of Sharon. Osborne signed on as their manager. And they got a record deal with Decca records not long after that Jimmy Winston left. He became an actor and he was replaced by Ian maclagan on keyboards by now. They were writing their own material and they recorded their first album. Released in May nineteen sixty. Six small faces had quite a bit of success in the UK but hadn't cracked the US yet. They were set to tour America but Ian maclagan gut busted for a small amount of hashish. Which meant he wouldn't be allowed in the US and the tour was cancelled. That did not help their chances. For breaking into the American market by the end of nineteen sixty six they split with Don Arden and signed a new deal with immediate records. The label started by the manager of the rolling stones. Andrew Luke Oldham by this time. The Maud trend had faded out. A and small faces began experimenting more right along with the Beatles. The WHO Pink Floyd. This was an amazing time for rock music. When all kinds of musical exploration was happening there deal with immediate records gave them much more time and freedom in the studio and their recordings along with their songwriting evolved and they were working with recording engineer. Glyn Johns who would go on to become one of the all-time great record producers. Those small faces were an rn. Be Abandoned Heart. They had their biggest hits and did some of their best work with some psychedelic masterpieces. That I think rank among the best songs that came out of the nineteen sixties. Their first step beyond their earlier pop hits was here comes the Nice released in June nineteen sixty seven. He makes bell.
"glyn johns" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"I'm your host joke. Dala I know too much about the rock and Roll Hall of Fame mm-hmm and maybe that's what keeps you coming back. But maybe what keeps you coming back is probably not much my co host. Who is with me as always doesn't particularly care about the institution? Kristen stuttered hello. Hello that is me the reason. Yeah Yeah I mean. There are only two reasons to this season season. The third reason is the interplay was dynamics is what lies in between yes maybe points of view. Well that's been our show so here we are. It's been two weeks since the hall of fame inductees have been been announced for the class of two thousand twenty. We have as a review. Can you tell me who are. Oh let's see when Houston B. I G t-rex God to patch then we get the DOOBIE brothers Not What Todd rundgren correct. There's one more and they're like also pretty much someone you with nine inch nails. How's it going with that and they're also pretty much thinking it was a one you would pretty much think was going to get in but then I realized no I already already said the Doobie brothers and the those were they were the ones that were kind of the shoe in but not todd rundgren knock getting in like him not getting in a nine inch nails giving in is a surprise to me? That's like a it's a change although once again you are talking as though you didn't predict nine inch nails uh-huh Todd Rundgren when I forced you to make predictions. Oh did I good for me but on my ballot the people that I drafted this year. I drafted todd early early which I do remember there you go. This moment is good. Yeah so that's Those are the inductees inductees. Now as you might recall when we recorded the episode rivaled the inductees to you. I mentioned that there might a little you were. You are a little out of it. Yeah little sickly and not thrilled with life but you might recall that I said there might be additional categories. Oh there might be. Those special categories does episode is. I don't know what this episode. FYI everyone no idea right so the they actually are going to be inducting people in a special category. Oh yeah is it any of the people who are nominated no. It's not so this year they are going to be going back to the Ahmet ertegun award for non for four matic though Ya Awesome Matt through that is true. We've talked Evelyn McDonald's about how I'm at air to gun. While obviously a major influential record executive was was also an abusive. I'm aired a gun and done some bad stuff Trivialize Ahmet error error. Dead Gun ever heard of a lot. He did But they are going to be inducting some non performers this year. Not but not PENATTA correct. She performs she performs and she's just not getting in. There's no like special surprise. This isn't the episode where you reveal that you were surprised from no no unfortunately damn it But I thought what I would do is I would go through a little bit of the history of this award award because we we talk about it. Maybe in passing. But I don't think we've ever really dove deep into who of the non-performers. They have inducted in the past. Yeah I mean the ones that I remember are the time. That the the stacks record people got inducted and they just purposely purpose leave for some reason left out the woman who co-founded and like what mortgage her home to found yet addicted Jim Stewart and not accident they literally say combination of their last names. Which is outrageous? I remember that and they used to do this. Category quite a bit like they don't go back to it quite as often but it was almost like they would do it nearly every single year is this what carole king is in as yes correct. ooh See I remember all all the wrongs that have been done in this category. The air error not obviously was not always called an award that happened. They had passed away. Or what abuser did it used to be named after just because obviously it used to be called the Joe Jackson non-performing Warm Award. So I thought we would just GONNA go through. Who's been inducted in this category? Okay so the first year they had three non-performers what's weird and worth maybe worth noting maybe not sometimes kind of arbitrarily. They give this award and they call it lifetime. I am achievement in non-performing and sometimes they don't and they there's like a handful of people now is that like a subtle diss. Is that like a you know the lifetime achievement people are are you know is that a higher ranking categories that a higher rank for a non-performance truly think it's just them forgetting what they call it. Like if you look on the wikipedia page for the list of inductees. The lifetime achievement award people are in a separate category than the non performer. But that if you go to the rock halls website it looks like they've just bunch them altogether. Okay and another thing to point out is record. Producers are often given this award but sometimes they're given the musical excellence award hall. Paul doesn't make any goddamn sense. Like what are you doing a. Yeah so the lines are not drawn very distinctly. I mean obviously there are people like say now Rogers who is a performer and a lot of his career has to do with this performance in addition to and he he was inducted as what he's musical. Excellent musical that fits great. Yeah because you wouldn't wanNA call him a non performer know how much he performs. That'd be rude. I saw him. Perform is carole king in a non performer. This is outrage. I mean it's not I don't even really care but I'm mad. I I'm frustrated. This is a minor nuisance. Especially just like if you're using the Nile rule will the Nile rule wasn't established. You know until twenty twenty seven years later. Carole King was inducted as non-performing very early on when they did not have a musical excellence. Category was her husband who she also used to write those songs songs with Gerry. Goffin he also more. They inducted together on the same damn plaque. Of course great songwriting team. Well and you know that I learned all this from beautiful beautiful the musical anything. Carol King and another point of distinction very weird heard three. They inducted three engineers at the same time. Three like very important record engineers and for some reason they were in the musical excellence. Category Glory instead of the non performer. Who knows why guys that was in twenty twelve with cosmo? Matassa Glyn Johns and Tom Dowd. So they're they're putting in some all right. Well let's let's start from the beginning. Let's start from Nineteen eighty-six. The first year the inducted a guy named John Hammond who was Dorgan No. Oh Oh John John Him I love him yeah right John Hayman from he do so he was a talent scout. He helped like launch Billie holiday and of Franklin. And then also signed Bob Dylan and signed Bruce springsteen he was just like a super influential like producer. Sir and talent scout. Is he the first person to get inducted as the non-performing yes. There were three people that I hear him. It was Alan freed. Alan freed was was a bird. He's the Song Free Bird. It's about him right if we're if we're following along Kristen's GonNa make a pun based on every person breath you buckle up everybody. Alan freed was a Cleveland area radio. Dj like coined the term rock and roll and it was like the first person to really start putting all these disparate songs in musicians together and play them on the radio in a format that was like rock and roll. Is that why the hall is in Cleveland. It's a big reason. Why in for a lot of people? That was their first introduction to the idea of rock and roll was hearing during this music on. Alan freed radio if I recall I from going to the museum I feel like there's a big old US front tribute tribute to him and then Sam Phillips who was the scourge driver. You can't put an amp together without out of the Phillips screaming. I've been saying that forever. No he was sun records in Malaysia. He was the guy who recorded elvis and Johnny Cash Roy Orbison and Carl Perkins and Jerry Lewis like he was sun records was obviously hugely foundational for rock and roll and he he was the guy behind it. It's pretty big is a pretty big names. Pretty big the first three in the I wanNA make sure that they were all white guys. Oh yeah great I I do just want to check in and make sure for sure. The next year eighty seven they inducted Ahmet Ertegun who was already made enough ponds about how terrible he was. Let's just as a human being but he did some good stuff Iraq enrolling US Atlantic records which was aretha and Ray Charles and later led Zeppelin. Neil young young. The conflict of interest obviously is that like an arrogant also started the rock and Roll Hall of fame like he was an important put himself in the first year like the first they put in him and yawn gave himself a year. I mean but he is like one of the most important record executives of all time. Then Lebron stoler. who were the songwriters who did a lot of Elvis songs? Dog.
"glyn johns" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Free at ziprecruiter dot com slash needle that ziprecruiter dot com slash needle ziprecruiter dot com slash needle time seven thirty eight ten ten mins entertainment who got the boot on dancing with the stars last night host Tom Bergeron first couple who is saying is the magic of Disney though nobody got caught on Disney night Sean spicy Spicer had the lowest score he dressed up as twenty storys woody to do the quick step with partner Lindsay meantime over at the voice roll and leave me Melinda Rodriguez battle chain Q. one Sam Smith too good a good byes both teams Kelly things didn't work out for different Kelly Megan Kelly at NBC so now she is heading back to fox for a guest shot on Tucker Carlson show this week for this Wednesday night two nights now someone who knows an awful lot about NBC's make your first TV appearance since parting ways with that channel nearly a year ago Megan Kelly will join us as a guest on this program for her first interview she got a lot to say when I watch if the appearance on fox might mean Kelly will replace Shep Smith who has just resigned to fox spokesperson said any future programming changes we are considering do not involve her when is this time seven thirty nine top stories coming up find out how smart you're smart speaker really is ask it to play ten ten wins all the time you'll give us twenty two minutes we'll give you the world warning fifty two degrees at seven forty on Tuesday October fifteenth hi Bridget Quinn here's what's happened a tearful goodbye to date to the honor student one of the two teens killed in a horrible crash in Rockland over the weekend there were Glyn Johns covers not on Twitter for his first comments on the China and be a controversy announces sanctions against the Kurds in Syria another application there says Sonny today not as warm the high sixty four market five minutes we're counting down again three between the Yankees and Astros looking back on game three of the N. L. C. S. at all state how the islanders made franchise history in a sign of progress in talks between GM and striking workers the union is now calling for a mass meeting I sing moderately higher this morning seven forty one traffic and transit this morning Karen Stewart here I'd say then that voice too because we gonna start with what you need to know about it the bridges and tunnels and it's nasty over the Hudson River crossings we got an hour wait there's no way around it inbound to the Georges upper and lower levels of very very heavy stuff on the inbound upper for the third time this morning an accident after the toll plaza this one is over to the right jump across the span of grand concourse inbound side of the link and also a nasty trip with a forty five minutes like the holidays forty five as well the Lincoln has route three backed up to the Meadowlands parkway that's when you know you're in trouble and the inbound side the Holland tunnel a forty five minute delay we also got problems here the Holland on the Jersey side we've got roots one and I both ways of Broad Street Elizabeth with an accident in the left lane we are jammed on one and on both ways between four ninety five and route one thirty nine where jams on one thirty nine to the approach of the inbound Holland tunnel East River fifty ninth street bridge is without a doubt the worst the RK comes in second and we're heavy both ways now across the white stone and coming into the queen side of things on the Throggs neck bridge the ally E. is packed and the Clearview expressway to Woodhaven Boulevard on Long Island the delay into queens on the L. E. starts at exit thirty five alternates on suspended I'm Karen Stewart on ten ten wins wins news time seven forty two hundred to pay their respects last night to a fifteen year old girl one of two teens killed in a fiery crash in Rockland Sunday hundreds in fact spending the night here in prayer this Lamacq unity mosque the casket carrying fifteen year old Cynthia check H. up the steps in inside.
"glyn johns" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Up our system is on the wrong job someone in an acapella Glen Jones and they'll say they knew him nice guy lupa house one time it was strange sad more than one connection tells me they wouldn't want to speculate about why a bombing occurred in their town but then offer an opinion anyway for the most part people think the bomb could have been allowed Messi expression of workplace grievance between Glyn Johns and Josh Clough gosh at one time was Glenn's boss at the local hospital and they were good friends one even help Josh build this house in Nacka but several months before the bombing Glenn left his job at the hospital around the same time he also lost his nursing license for mishandling morphine so people think maybe gun blame Josh sure she tells me within hours of the bombing it became an FBI investigation we also had the bomb squad and been been everything from Las Vegas they brought up cadaver sniffing dogs I mean they brought up the robots that was the whole thing I mean there's a big show the next day and all the FBI told me when asked for comment was it it's quote the policy of the FBI not to confirm or deny the existence of an investigation it was clear nobody in town can really answer my questions in outside of Connecticut not many people.
"glyn johns" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Question that's my producer Ryan Harris when you guys the phone number tattooed did you call the number you know it's a really good question home I think we looked up our system is on the wrong to Josh ask someone in an acapella Glyn Johns and they'll say they knew him nice guy blew up a house one time it was strange sad more than one connection tells me they wouldn't want to speculate about why a bombing occurred in their town then offer an opinion anyway for the most part people think the bomb could have been allowed Messi expression of workplace grievance between Glyn Johns and Josh class Josh at one time was Glenn's boss at the local hospital and they were good friends going even help Josh build this house in Nacka but several months before the bombing Glenn left his job at the hospital around the same time he also lost his nursing license for mishandling more feet so people think maybe gun blame Josh cheerfully tells me within hours of the bombing it became an FBI investigation we also have the bomb squad and then and everything from Las Vegas they brought up cadaver sniffing dogs I mean they brought up the robots that was the whole thing I mean there's a big show the next day and all the FBI told me when asked for comment was it it's quote the policy of the FBI not to confirm or deny the existence of an investigation it was clear nobody in town can really answer my questions in outside of Connecticut not many people know about it the national news didn't cover it this was a bombing.
"glyn johns" Discussed on KGO 810
"Selling, album of all time now, surpassed thriller by Michael. Jackson I hate this song if I could buy a version that didn't have album that didn't have, this this, song on it she's woman but she's. Which he hated the this Not one, of my, you know my other favorite eagle stories Glyn. Johns, the guy. Who. Produced their first few albums interview him yeah we did yeah. You had a really interesting book if, you're into the music I think, it was, called sound man but he Guy guy in the record. Industry said hey you, gotta check out this band eagles and he went to. See, him in. A. Club and he thought this kind of an average R&_b. band. They played a whole set and everything, he thought What's it so he went home he said, no thanks, then it's buddy called tonight you're going. To come back you gotta driving so. He got them studio time and they are in the studio they ran through a bunch, of stuff and. Glenn John's who's who worked with everybody's like I'm sorry this is, just, not really a band I have any interest in. Working with and so they, tried, a bunch of? Stuff they decided. To break for lunch or dinner whatever it was and one of the guys who might, have, been Tim Schmidt said no it wouldn't have been Tim Schmidt or their pointed we've been Randy Meisner said hey why don't we let's do this. And for the first time for the. First time Saying, one, of those songs? Were they all. Harmonize together and Glyn Johns said essentially holy f And said it was magical survey didn't know what made them special that interesting it is yeah here's a video, on. YouTube of them doing that backstage that I've always really like a seven bridges, road, is yeah Yeah it's, miraculous and I've always. Ever since I read that story thought how. Does that. Work, you need somebody to point out oh some of us do you know with all due respect here you're juggling. Act You seem to be? A great writer People just want to be around you if you. Ever considered sales. Or something like. That this is not that was interesting Yeah so Alameda. School district which. Is in the Bay area of California, wherever you are listening For, this upcoming, school year, tube tops tight pants ripped jeans short. Skirts, and even pajamas are now acceptable attire oh here under. A, new roof on rock and roll highschool again that's two tops Thank no that's too sexy I agree the top I. Agree, but tight pants I. Am measuring the tightness. Of pants, with a micrometer I A little over the top ripped jeans will how ripped there's a picture. Here Well look this girl's jeans Then, the team crazy It's pretty sex potty like, the sexualization of children. But they're, sexualizing themselves, I realize you know I don't want to sound. Like the Taliban either Okay I'm sorry you do or you don't Are you onto the Texas principal story now the guy's, suspended after making a sexist dress code video, encouraging female students not to wear super short, athletic shorts like long shirts and tiny shorts and and they made a video of funny, video to welcome the kids back to school but because. It showed girls only it was deemed sexist and he was suspended and this one girl who who's a high, school girl who got this thing. Started today, my school was shown this video so sad how only girls are shown is the violators. I understand why my school has addressed code? But what about the, boys who wear. Shorts our show their shoulders it's twenty eighteen, why are we still over sexualizing teen girls which. Is a beautiful example of knowledge without wisdom the reason is because of the sexual responses of homo. Sapiens. Young men, who are so sexually charged You can't even believe it as a young woman are designed by God nature whatever to respond to. Visual visual cues in a way you're not so the? Precisely, the same thing is very different for the sexes plus, get pregnant boys get raped like never by, high school girls this over sexualization of a, classroom is going to be mostly male to female because of the way this species like, every animal species on earth has peculiarities that's the way. The species is made I appreciate your activism and you seem like a bright young woman you use the all, your punctuation well which I appreciate. As a, national grammar socialist but that is just a stupid thing to say yeah yeah I know. It's way that modern ideologic ideology is so? Stupid yes it's a, double standard with. Good reason I'm glad you brought that up, because that's the way they're looking at it in. Texas because they're going to completely the other direction in the bay area of California not surprisingly for For the reasons that child pointed out it's not fair to judge one girls differently than boys okay well you know I don't know what it's like to. Be girl yet I, don't know, what it's like to be a girl but I'm thinking That if you're a, seventeen year old girl a seventeen year old boy and a tank top his shoulders are dreamy and alluring not in, the same way that, it. Is in the reverse where you're just like it makes, you insane right Bare shoulders for teenage boy he's a handsome guy maybe you think wow that'd be great but, not that sort of, burning I just you can't concentrate on, anything sexual, desire so, anyway that's. Not a social construct either that's the animal behaving the way it was designed to tops tight pants ripped jeans short skirts now acceptable heads. Covered by hoodies are. Allowed as long, as, you can see, your face yoga pants are fine Underwear peeking out of the top your waistbands all fine Students will now. Have nearly unfettered freedom to wear almost whatever they want as long as they have a, top bottom shoes and clothing. That covers. Their genitals Now that's a standard That is what beast should be doing or at. Least the human vs I don't make squirrels do it but not anymore Jerry failed experiments Did not. Take, too it well I got bit so many times trying to get the pants, on, those, squirrel squirrel, pants gofundme page Underfunded I got more, on this I don't know I know you say you sound like a prude or the Taliban I I don't I don't..
"glyn johns" Discussed on KGO 810
"Show The greatest. Selling, album of all time now, surpassed thriller by Michael. Jackson I hate this song if I could buy a version that didn't have an album that didn't, have this Vert she's woman but. She's witchy hated this summer You know my other favorites Stories Glyn. Johns the guy who produced their first few albums interview him we. Didn't. Yeah he had a really interesting book if you're into the. Music I think it was called sound, man but he guy the guy in the record industry, said, hey you gotta check out this band eagles and he went to see him in a club and he thought this kind of an average R&_b.. Band they played a whole set and. Everything he thought that what's in. It so he went. Home he, said, no. Thanks then it's buddy called. Event ya you gotta come. Back so he got them studio time and they were in the. Studio they ran through a bunch of stuff and Glenn John's who's who worked with everybody's, like I'm, sorry this is just not really a. Band I have any interest in working, with and so they try to much of stuff decided to break for launcher. Dinner whatever was and one of the guys might have, been Tim Schmidt, said, no it wouldn't have been Tim Schmidt of their. Point we'd been Randy Meisner, said, hey why don't? We let's do. This and for the first time for the first time Sang, one, of those songs? Where they all. Harmonize together and Glenn John said essentially holy f And it was magical survey didn't know what made. Them special that interesting it is yeah here's a video, on YouTube of them doing that backstage I've always really like a, seven bridges, road, is yeah Yeah it's miraculous and I've always ever. Since I read that story thought how does. That work. You, need somebody to point out oh some of us do. You know with all due respect here you're juggling. Act You seem to be? A great writer People just want to be around you if you. Ever considered sales. Or something like. That this is not that was interesting Yeah so Alameda school district which is in the bay area. Of California wherever. You are listening For this upcoming school year tube tops tight pants ripped jeans. Short, skirts and even. Pajamas. Are now acceptable attire, here under a new rock and roll highschool again that's two tops No that's too sexy I agree. The, top is green No but tight pants I am measuring the tightness of. Pants, with a micrometer That that seems a little over the. Top ripped jeans will how ripped there's a picture here Well look this girl's jeans Then, the team crazy It's pretty sex potty like, the sexualization of children. But they're, sexualizing themselves, I realized you know I don't want to sound. Like the Taliban either Yeah Sorry you do or you? Don't Are? You, onto the Texas principal story now the guy's suspended after, making a sexist dress code video encouraging female, students not to wear super short athletic shorts, like long shirts and tiny shorts and and they made a video of funny video to, welcome the kids back to school but because it showed. Girls only it was deemed sexist and he was suspended and this one girl who who's a high school girl, who got this thing started today. My school was shown this video so sad how only girls are shown as the violators I understand. Why my school has addressed code but what about the boys who, wear shorts our. Show their shoulders it's twenty eighteen why are, we still over sexualizing team girls which is a. Beautiful example of knowledge without wisdom the reason is because of the sexual responses of homo sapiens young. Men, who are so sexually charged You can't even believe it as a young woman are designed by God nature whatever to respond. To vigil visual cues in a way you're not so? The, precisely the same thing is very different for the sexes, plus get pregnant Boyce get raped like never, by high school girls this over sexualization of, a classroom is going to be mostly male to female because of the way this species, like every animal species on earth has peculiarities that's the. Way the species is made I appreciate your activism and you seem like a bright young woman you use the, all your punctuation well which I. Appreciate as a national grammar socialist but that is just a stupid thing to say yeah yeah I. Know it's hard way that modern ideologic ideology is so stupid yes, it's a double. Standard good reason I'm glad you brought that, up because that's the way they're looking at it. In Texas because they're going completely the other direction in the bay area of California not surprisingly for For the reasons that child pointed out it's not fair to judge one girls differently than boys okay well you know I don't know what it's like to. Be a girl Yet I don't know what it's like to be a, girl but I'm thinking that you're a seventeen year old girl a seventeen year old boy and a tank. Top his shoulders are dreamy alluring not in the same way that it is in the reverse where you're just, like it makes you insane right Bare shoulders for teenage boy he's a handsome guy maybe the think wow that'd be great but, not that sort of, burning Just you can't concentrate on anything, sexual desire, so anyway, to that's. Not a social construct either that's the animal behaving the way it was designed to tops tight pants ripped jeans short skirts now acceptable heads. Covered by hoodies are. Allowed as long, as, you can see, your face yoga pants are fine Underwear peeking out of the top your waistbands all fine Students will now. Have nearly unfettered freedom to wear almost whatever they want as long as they have a, top bottom shoes and clothing. That covers. Their genitals Now that's a standard That is what beasts should be doing or at. Least the human vs Yeah I don't make squirrels do it but Twirl and not, anymore Passenger failed experiments Did not. Take, to it well I got so many times trying to pants, on, those, Sperling squirrel pants gofundme page Underfunded I got more. On this I don't, know I know you say you sound like. A prude or the Taliban I know I don't I don't have girls but. I, don't want my sixteen year old wearing the tube top in, the, tiny, underwear shorts Oh what's coming up, your news Marshall how Rudy, Giuliani, debating truth on.
"glyn johns" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"The Armstrong and Getty show So this is the greatest. Selling, album of all time now, surpassed thriller by Michael. Jackson I hate this song if I could buy a version that didn't have an album that didn't, have this this, song on she's a woman. But she's witchy hated this Not one of my favorite Favorite's eagles stories Glyn Johns the guy who produced their first few. Album, interview him we did yeah he had a really interesting book. If you're into the music I think, it was called sound man but he Guy guy in the. Record industry said hey you, gotta check, out this band the eagles and he went to see him in. A, club and he thought this kind of an average our band. They played a whole set and everything, he thought What's it, so he, went home he said no thanks then. It's called So he got them studio time and they were in the studio they ran through, a bunch, of stuff and Glenn John who's who. Worked with everybody's like I'm sorry this, is just not really a band I have any interest in working with and. So they try to stuff they decided to break for lunch or dinner whatever, was, and one of the guys who. Might have been. Tim Schmidt said no it, wouldn't, have been Tim? Schmidt at that. Point we've been Randy Meisner said hey why don't we let's do this and for. The first time for the? First time, they sang, one, of those, songs were? They all harmonize together. And Glenn, John, said. Essentially holy f And, it, was magical survey? Didn't know what. Made them special that interesting yeah there's a video on YouTube of them doing that. Backstage that I've always really? Like a, seven bridges, road, is yeah Yeah it's miraculous and I've always ever since. I read that's three thought how does. That. Work, you need somebody to point out oh some of us do you know with all due respect here you're juggling. Act You seem to be? A great writer People just want to be around you if you. Ever considered sales. Or something like. That this is not that was interesting Yeah so Alameda. School district which. Is in the Bay area of California, wherever you are listening For, this upcoming, school year, tube tops tight pants ripped jeans short skirts and even pajamas are now acceptable. Attire, here under a rock and roll highschool again that's two tops No that's too sexy I agree top I. Agree, but tight pants Measuring the, tightness of, pants with micrometer I that seems a little over the top ripped jeans, will how ripped there's a picture here Well look this girl's jeans mean that's then the team crazy That's pretty. Sex party, like the, sexualization of children but they're sexualizing themselves I realize. You, know, I don't want to sound like the Taliban either Yeah I'm. Sorry you do or you? Don't Are, you onto the Texas principal story now the guy's suspended, after making a sexist dress code video encouraging, female students not to wear super short athletic, shorts like long shirts and tiny shorts and and they made a video of funny video, to welcome the kids back to school but because it. Showed girls only it was deemed sexist and he was suspended and this one girl who who's a high school, girl who got this thing started. Today my school was shown this video so sad how only girls are shown as the violators, I understand why my school address code but what about the boys, who wear shorts. Our show their shoulders it's twenty eighteen why, are we still over sexualizing teen girls which is. A beautiful example of knowledge without wisdom the reason is because of the sexual responses of homo sapiens. Young men, who are so sexually charge You can't even believe it as a young woman are designed by God nature whatever to respond. To visual, visual cues in a way you're not? So, the precisely the same thing is very different for the, sexes plus get pregnant Boyce get raped like, never by high school girls this over sexualization, of a classroom is going to be mostly male to female because of the way this, species like every animal species on earth has peculiarities that's. The way the species is made I appreciate your activism and you seem like a bright young woman you use, the all your punctuation well which. I appreciate as a national grammar socialist but that is just a stupid thing to say yeah, yeah I know it's hard way that modern Ideolology ideologies so stupid, yes it's a. Double stain the reason I'm glad you brought, that up because that's where they're looking at it. In Texas because they're going to completely the other direction in the bay area of California not surprisingly For the reasons that child pointed out it's not fair to judge one girls differently than boys okay well you know I don't know what it's like to be. Girl yet I, don't know, what it's like to be a girl but I'm thinking That if you're a seventeen year old girl a seventeen year old boy and a tank top his shoulders dreamy and alluring not in, the same way that. It. Is in the reverse where you're just like it makes, you insane right Bare shoulders for teenage boy he's a handsome guy maybe think wow that'd be great but, not that sort of, burning You can't concentrate on anything, sexual desire, so anyway, that's not. A social construct either that's the animal behaving the way it was designed to tops tight pants ripped jeans short skirts now acceptable heads covered. By hoodies are allowed, as long, as, you can see, your face yoga pants are fine Underwear peeking out of the top your waistbands all fine Students will now. Have nearly unfettered freedom to wear almost whatever they want as long as I have a, top bottom shoes and clothing. That covers. Their genitals Now that's a standard That is what beasts should be doing or at. Least the human beings I don't, make squirrels do. It but not anymore Jerry failed experiments Did not. Take too well I got bit so many times trying to get the pants, on, those, spiral squirrel, pants gofundme page Underfunded. I got more on, this I don't know I know you say you sound like a prude or the Taliban I I don't I don't have. Girls but I don't want my sixteen year old wearing the tube top in, the, tiny, underwear shorts What's coming up your news Marshall? Rudy, Giuliani debating. Truth on meet the, press San Francisco's restaurants facing cyber extortion and net flicks is something new and fans are concerned Truth is truth we got to revisit that if you haven't heard it from Giuliani truth Roof.
"glyn johns" Discussed on WRVA
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"glyn johns" Discussed on WRVA
"On this friday and time to see what's trending a news here the top three stories and he's working on millions digging out from the blizzard that cancel thousands of flights and knocked out the power for tens of thousands the white house trying to stop the release of a book the gives an embarrassing look at the president and democrats shelly simon's refusing to concede the house race after republican david yancey was declared the winner by a drawing i mean dournon your next news at eight on news radio eleven forty w are vi classic goods heard in the early part of his solo career eric clapton sought out top producers to work on his records this story told by tom doubt concerns the 19th seventy 77 albums slow hand which was actually produced by glyn johns doubt recalls hearing from eric guitarist george tyrian singer marcy levy that it took an ultimatum to drag a classic cut out of them eric and georgian marcy tell the story about lay down sally where glenn given when altenative new coming itamar you better have a damn song ready or on pool in the pin because you can wasting time i mean he was doing what you have to do anything king oh man what are we going to do and marcy says like that this lyrically jump all over when he said what are you gonna do today they sang it impromptu when he says yeah that sounds great lisa found worth it out that morning when they collaborated was when they conceived the idea and they put it together no man and leave so cooper on the dry is the joke.
"glyn johns" Discussed on WRVA
"Two with strip that down featuring cueto two at another wonder aksener though the fellow nile horan and he then once again at number one with low hands yeah from north so that's your iheartradio top trending songs now hear them all on iheartradio iheartradio goes one on one with brad paisley ask would th him about being a father the biggest fear of mine more than anything that happens to me that they won't turn out to be human beings that make the world a better place and that it will be mindful in ah that's the biggest were in it's funny they they're learning misslies keep listening to iheartradio for more brad paisley and all your favorite artists plus kurt's own i heard in the early part of his solo career eric clapton sought out top producers to work on his records this story told by tom doubt concerns the 19th seventy seven album slow hand which was actually produced by glyn johns doubt recalls hearing from eric guitarist george tyrian singer marcy levy that it took an ultimatum to drag a classic cut out of them eric in georgia marcy tell the story about lay down sally where gloom had given an ultimatum lukeni hit amartya better have a damn saw readier i'm pulling the pin because you can wasting time i mean he was doing what you have to do anything king omai what are we going to do and marcy says like up this lyrically jump all over when he said what are you going to do today they saying it impromptu lenasia's yeah that sounds great lissette found they worked at a dead good morning when they collaborated was when they conceived the idea and they put it together bill may so soon on the drawing is the tell and asset of arguing with your fox movie profile jason isaacs joins the cast of gore ever been skis a cure for wellness and out a wall street executives sent to retrieve his ceo from a mysterious spa aware much is a mess isaac's plays the doctor at said spa and shared his thoughts when he first i read this mind bending script worst red ixelles cubans we need some kind of medical psychiatric help i phoned to be confirmed that and.