20 Burst results for "Graham Nash"

"graham nash" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

05:40 min | 2 months ago

"graham nash" Discussed on Pantheon

"Not just to scream and selected. It's hard again. Goes that part of seoul to spoil anything but where people get in the zone zone and it's usually when they're burn neil in the horse. It's when they're seeing about how welfare mothers me. Where's the check. But the kids in the station wagon a fucker that let's it's great so good that whole like you said the whole last three years. Yeah yeah it's just insane. It's just and that's what it's very punk rock. You know without trying to be punk rock right right. you know. it's not. It's not like something he's trying to do. It's just happened right. That would've it. Would've been annoying if neil set out to make punk album. But that's what i mean. A lot of punk artists came because of shit. That neal was doing ryan. Did you know that's something that there's a story where he made. Eldorado and elliot. Roberts played it for graham nash and eldorado had don't cry on it from freedom has sick guitar. Sound on it and stuff and graham. Nash said and i quote. I absolutely hate this and i just. I love to imagine graham nash. Listening to that version of welfare mothers just fuckin- hating it hating every fucking second neilan heavy. He's his brother. Let's go to.

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"graham nash" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:40 min | 2 months ago

"graham nash" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Not just to scream and selected. It's hard again. Goes that part of seoul to spoil anything but where people get in the zone zone and it's usually when they're burn neil in the horse. It's when they're seeing about how welfare mothers me. Where's the check. But the kids in the station wagon on a fucker that let's it's great so good that whole like you said the whole last three years. Yeah yeah it's just insane. It's just and that's what it's very punk rock. You know without trying to be punk rock right right. you know. it's not. It's not like something he's trying to do. It's just happened right. That would've it. Would've been annoying if neil set out to make punk album. But that's what i mean. A lot of punk artists came because of shit. That neal was doing ryan. Did you know that's something that there's a story where he made. Eldorado and elliot. Roberts played it for graham nash and eldorado had don't cry on it from freedom has sick guitar. Sound on it and stuff and graham. Nash said and i quote. I absolutely hate this and i just. I love to imagine graham nash. Listening to that version of welfare mothers just fuckin- hating it hating every fucking second neilan heavy. He's his brother. Let's go to.

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"graham nash" Discussed on Q95

Q95

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"graham nash" Discussed on Q95

"Man so good yeah did I do this already let the world and melt with and Burger King okay this we did about a month ago real quick got that one we've died in your arms tonight yes cutting through may and the final put final promotion of the look like a circular saw Bladen it's a great song okay here's one of the this I have to be quick on this one too yeah I know what it is this guy was in the studio with us yeah I think the movie saying almost great there's a picture of the Bogart our inability I loved is ninety ninety I think their rates on this is like ninety ninety only the exact opposite okay here we go again we're in the panties in the person all of you guys are good and you guys are very it totally changes from the warranty whatever our right no no that's Graham Nash Graham Nash wrote the song just the song before I go in some sort of it you can't resolve before the limo gets or something enter into it they were right right are you kidding it's a great song I think I'm on the right okay I hope this works okay is this one it won't lady gonna shows a great song and I know I I got it you've got check out all right down here we go well right yeah I hate computers.

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"graham nash" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"graham nash" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Obviously in that was that was a big hit song. yes Rangers strangers yes. what did you hope that people would take away from that song at the time and what do you hope people take away from it listening to it now in twenty nineteen. that with the small action you can change the world. I'll give you an example. the guy call Frank I think his last name is well I think he was a janitor at the Watergate hotel. now we had a small black and white TV was probably watching the game maybe a light beer underneath his desk. he has to at ten o'clock at night you know go around and see the check all of those what's going on as a janitor does. and he went to one floor in the Watergate hotel any notice this tape keeping the door open. okay now Frank has a decision to make. do I go back to my game and my light beer and just forget this or do I investigate why this tape is on the door. that small action by that janitor brought down the president of the United States. small action you can change the world. it's the pebble in the pond yes indeed. at the time when you're writing songs in this record came out seventy one it was the late sixties what was your reaction to the civil rights movement. and to African Americans. standing up in various different ways. trying to get people to trying to get their rights it's one of the things that I loved about this country that we do have problems and we will talk about that I mean look at what's going on today I mean the trump administration is it is driving a lot of people crazy you know what day it seems to of sent a Merica down a certain road unfortunately I humbly believe that it's going backwards these on doing a tremendous amount of work that was done in the last fifty years to particularly in the environment. to make the world a better place in order to make the F. clean out to make the water clean up you know with a lot of a lot of good work is being done by this administration and this great country deserves better I believe. are you writing about it is this it's a difficult thing to write about because there's so many things that I feel is wrong or with what's going on it's very difficult to find the simple phrase that sums it all up I have been I've been dabbling in painting I having no idea what I'm doing but out of fury about the administration I I've been I've been painting and that's how it's coming out of me right now that's interesting had ever painted before no. huh what what made you go into the store and buy the paint hadn't blacker where I went I just wanted to say I just wanted to get my anger my Fiori out of myself it's it's it's it's. you know it it's detrimental to have a you know this feeling inside of me I need to get it out and and one of the ways is is with the small strange little paintings do you feel better after you pay yes of course. I feel better when I created something I I I like to create something every single day I I don't know are always do it but I need to I need to create every day. my guest is Graham Nash will have more with Graham after a quick break listen to all of it on WNYC WNYC supporters include instinct on behavior.

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"graham nash" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"graham nash" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That small action by that janitor brought down the president of the United States. small action you can change the world. it's the pebble in the pond yes indeed. at the time when you're writing songs in this record came out seventy one it was the late sixties what was your reaction to the civil rights movement. and to African Americans. standing up in various different ways. trying to get people to trying to get their rights right it's one of the things that I loved about this country that we do have problems and we will talk about that I mean look what's going on today I mean the trump administration is it is driving a lot of people crazy you know what day it seems to of sent a Merica down a certain road unfortunately I humbly believe that it's going backwards these on doing a tremendous amount of work that was done in the last fifty years to them particularly in the environment. to make the world a better place you know to make the F. clean out to make the water clean you know we a lot of a lot of good work is being done by this administration and this great country deserves better I believe. are you writing about it is this it's a difficult thing to write about because there's so many things that I feel is wrong or with what's going on it's very difficult to find the simple phrase that sums it all up I have been I've been dabbling in painting I having no idea what I'm doing but out of fury about the administration I I've been I've been painting and that's how it's coming out of me right now that's interesting had ever painted before no. huh what what made you go into the store and buy the paint for competitive blacker where I went I just wanted to say I just wanted to get my anger my fury out of myself it's it's it's it's. you know it it's detrimental to have a you know this feeling inside of me I need to get it out and and one of the ways is is with the small strange little paintings do you feel better after you pay yes of course. I feel better when I created something I know I I like to create something every single day I I don't always do it but I need to I need to create every day. my guest is Graham Nash will have more with Graham after a quick break listen to all of it on WNYC.

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David Crosby, Laurel Canyon And Cameron Crowe discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

Popcorn with Peter Travers

10:25 min | 1 year ago

David Crosby, Laurel Canyon And Cameron Crowe discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

"This popcorn where I tell you what's happening at the movies and there's a movie now called David Crosby remember. My name like that was ever an issue really only for me that I don't think that is the whole power behind. This movie is my friend Cameron Crowe here who basically isn't the director but he is the producer and he did you see the back of his head in this movie a lot. You know asking this guy questions and I want to really find out the abuse that you were handed by him to really happen. We see a little of it but really there had been born and himself. David the crisis was thrilled to have you here. Things like this is really great leaving. We're both honored to be here. We wanted all that honor has now disappear. Don't does the biggest pain in the ass in the making not me I am probably I have a p._H._d.. In pain in the ass I think you certainly give yourself one. I did give them some tough. You know because that's kind of my nature. I'm a little feisty you know but I don't think anybody really was a pain in the ass and making the film A._J.. was persistent. He's really determined guy and he really will get it done. He's very determined to get it done. That's one of the things we like most about him. We'll see when we say that he's going to get done what's happening. You're you're there. You're not giving him him what they want. Oh no I've given him everything the whole time. I'm seeing the qualities that made it actually happened. He's known me since he's fifteen. He knows where he sold for Cameron. He was there. He's already been in the business for for five years. So he knew upfront he what he brought to this is a he's a consummate foam maker and be he knew me left right and center. He knows where all the bones are buried. He was in the WHO's in the dressing room. When we had that argument whatever went on he was then okay so the two of them and I had what you call a unity of purpose we we completely agreed about the level that we wanted to approach the thing which is rare in any project music or yeah? We did agree completely. We wanted to not do shine job. We didn't want to just say oh he kit because it's I'm not I'm not cute. I'm there are some people that might go in innocently to this movie thinking that you are well. God blessed to that when we didn't WANNA do it. We wanted to show you the truth about a human being as closely as we possibly could without any reservations association's on it at all no no. We'll just cover that we we all felt like that yeah union unit unanimity just complete. We all agreed to level because we didn't want to do the kind kind of shine job that most of the documentaries are well even within if you did even if it was just you going over the highlights of your career. That would still be some movie. The fact is there's no. <music> buttering anybody jokes at all thinking if this was me and it was remember my name I think we have to have that moment you notice. He used my phrase butter. He's in the I've heard to use that was you that was me I thought issue turn on the candidate. I have no right to do that. I really thrilled not here. You use my phrase because I think that's a great way to see didn't didn't tell me what he thought. I wanted to hear. He wasn't you know polishing. My apple makes him angrier. If somebody is trying to do that that would if they were saying. Maybe maybe don't don't generally like it. I like it. If you talk to me. Straight yeah which is one of the things that we have is he like I said he was there. He knows and when he doesn't pull his punches at all neither this A._J.. And that that was that degree of honesty made me fully confident about do the two of you get together on this particular project because he do in two A._J.. Eaten and David and just went into them as you will. It was J.J Abrams office because we were doing our hit showtime series roadies and we ran into to Iran's David in in our friendship and and H._a.. And they were talking about doing a documentary and immediately you know they were like Oh. Come on board with us the my again. We're doing this thing and everything but and I saw David's is that he was ready talk like he wanted to go there in this film and I said first of all as a fan when I watched this thing. I don't want to see a lot of talking heads. Forgive me but like you don't need a lot of people just put the him and you get them. Mike Him Warmly have him look like pretty much into the camera and cut out all middlemen <hes> David tells you about his life the way he would if you knew him for a while and it was a late night and you just ask them all the questions he wanted to ask him and so I said well I'll just do the first interview and have it enjoy it. You know he's the best interview ever and and I just kept interviewing him until I had to be in the show with them and that was a great day but when was the first time that you interviewed him it it had to be seventy four. I got an assignment from craw Daddy magazine to write about crosby stills Nash and young and they were opening their big tour and I've been dreaming of interviewing David as a young journalist and I interviewed him at our friend Joe Bernstein's house which was also Graham Nash next door and he just was so gracious and I had so many questions and he sat for every one of them. I'm like fifteen and he's he's saying. What else do you want to know? What else do you WanNa know he was? I was grieving over. My girlfriend's death like I'm fifteen going. David Crosby is telling me the most intensely personal trust me and I just always interviewed reviewed him every possible chance since and up until now that's all he asked of me was that I'd be honest but all taking him to Laurel Canyon he didn't want to go come on. We're not we're GONNA do that. Are you and wound up really well. Meanwhile everybody's talking about Laurel Canyon like we had to go to Laurel Canyon. He's like Oh. You're not GonNa make me stand on the steps of the country store. Thank Linda fries started. Started the eagles my God you have to Oh plea and this is what we put in the film when he those moments where he says things like there's no cinematic value in this whatsoever and he turns his back on the camera to save certainly yes he came in grump and he got me totally caught me being a grump absolutely then we get him to go in the Laurel Canyon country store which is really the citadel of that whole period as it exists Nessie. I see this is what you get so he walks in and he's looking kind of poetic and I go cross you know what did this place represent to you and he goes. You should see in the movie he goes. What did it represents the place where we came to get the grocery walks off camera and deal harasses the per poor person behind the counter but then he turns and he starts seeing these pictures including the doors which he has a little thing to say about the doors but Peter he goes outside and sits at the table and says the most intimate stuff of the entire interview series but that's because you asked me those question you you're just proud of it because you managed to produce at the store that's right 'cause he could've asked it? Somewhere wouldn't have been picture wouldn't have been a good shot at all so it had to get asked in the right place. I guess so for you to respond to tell me he knows what he's doing. I I am saying that it can learn the hard way because see he has kind of a baby face and you kind of trust and that could really read you up the wrong road but no it didn't because well can we show a little cook. There's there's a clip of you because what I love when you get into what you're doing whether you're excited by somebody or not excited that is there's something in you that gets kind of possessed by what it is in here in this clip slipped we have you're talking about culture fantastic. I looked pretty silly but it's funny. the the You look excited by what what you're talking about the movie we didn't know how to start the movie and we just decided decided one day that we were going to start at ninety miles an hour the story right all right well. Let's take a little peek at this and then inducted in men's room. I got my head against his Pew Green Tile. I can still remember the color of the tile okay. It's going to be right now to get it together. Now going to be okay. Somebody kicks the door Bam. It's train. He's kicked the door open because he's in playing at the most intense level you could ever imagine in your life. He never stopped soloing he still soloing and he's hitting the thousand mark. You know he's like burning. I never heard anybody it'd be more intense would be than in my life in that little bathroom tile I

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Introducing One Plus One

Business Wars

04:48 min | 2 years ago

Introducing One Plus One

"Gotta tell you about a new podcast. They were all really excited about here at wondering it's called one plus one and in one plus one, well, they put you right in the middle of some of the greatest collaborations in history. Think of this is kind of the flip side in a sense. We're talking about people like Sergei Brin Larry page who created massive global companies like Google or think about beyond say and Jay z who live at the top of the pop culture's fear their team or even shack and Kobe one of the biggest sports duos of all time. We're talking about people who reached the very top of their fields. And in some cases, change the way we see the world, it's hosted by Rico Gagliano and faith Sailly. You may. Remember them from public radio? If you happen to have listened to that and Rico and faith chart the intense mysterious alchemy between these visionary minds all along the way, you're going to hear about the ups and the downs of these creative partnerships and something else to you get to learn exactly how they created. Something extraordinary. Just by coming together. You're about to hear a preview of one plus one about two seemingly ordinary dudes from Liverpool who come together and change pop music forever. I bet you know, who were talking about here while you're listening. Go subscribe to one plus one on apple podcasts or wherever you happen to be listening to us right now. You'll also find a link in the episode notes and don't forget to tell your friends about this. Marvelous new podcast one plus one. I mean, you never know maybe one of them will be the plus one to your own. Life's work. It's January nineteen sixty seven in London England, John Lennon is sitting at the piano and his home in the suburbs. Writing a new song? It's based on a newspaper account of a young socialite named Tara Brown killed in a car crash. John comes up with something he thinks will work. The John's having trouble finishing the song. So he heads on over to Paul's house just a few blocks from Abbey Road together. They finished John's verses and round out the tune by adding a fragment from one of Paul's then old number he'd never managed to us. As soon as John? Here's Paul sing that couple of he says. Yeah, that's it. This is how John Paul write music. Quickly intuitively, finishing each other's ideas. Sometimes they have trouble remembering who wrote what that's how closely they work together. But they're not done with this song yet, they wanna make it wilder more Avalon guard. Abbey Road studios, February tenth nineteen sixty seven and the Beatles. The most famous band in the world are throwing a party. Mick Jagger and Keith Richards of their so as Marianne faithfull, and Graham Nash. Oh, and a forty piece orchestra dressed in tuxedos, clown, noses and rubber bald caps. The bizarre attire is meant to loosen the buttoned up classically trained musicians. So they'll deliver what Paul wants? We'd like you to do some free form improvisation. The orchestra is confused by the request. They wanna please them after all he's Paul McCartney. But classical musicians don't really do free form improvisation. Producer George Martin steps in. Okay. We don't want complete free form we want each individual musician to climb from lowest no to highest at his own pace the orchestra nods. They try over and over to do what they're asked John dressed in a crushed velvet jacket and sipping wine from teacup watches from the sidelines. He wrote most of the sun, but he's fine. Letting Paul cokes the orchestra into performing what John calls and orgasm of sound. Paul tries to make John's concept come alive, urging musicians to randomly play an ascending scale growing louder until they climax on the same chord on the eighth try. They finally mail it. Everyone knows they've just witnessed something special.

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"graham nash" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"graham nash" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Credit? Gee. Is that for rapid traffic? That's. If it wasn't Christmas oriented that could be traffic for the whole because you that line. You don't really think of it as Christmas? Yeah. That actually would work year round. But then people would say, why are you play music in July. But it's but that line is it a Christmas who came up with that what you were Paul. I think Paul thought of that. That's a good one. That's probably the best one. I didn't you that was one Paul or not. I don't know. It's probably the best one. But the others are pretty good too. Oh, well that via they're all back. Good that that was that's outstanding. I think they all relate pretty well. And we hate grandma got run over by a reindeer. So that's why is it is clearly technically it may be. But it's an abomination guys refused to put on something. You don't like it fits the criteria actually be because the whole problem. We've had with the traffic bumper music is there's only somebody signs it, can you do they have some sort of traffic component to it. Bus stop. Not used bus stop. All right. Borderline traffic. You could start with a little Hong torn. No, don't do the haunt toward that that's in bus. Stop. Oh, I don't even remember that. Yeah. So bus stop. You can new bus. Stop see if you put if you I talking make myself the involved in this at all. But I can I can do if you're talking about the holidays, right? Yeah. Okay. Yeah. That's a thinking sixty six I'd say sixty sixty seven who is the guy who the lead singer on that song was. Steve. Graham, sorry, Graham Nash, you're right. It is Graham Nash. Okay. All right now, what kind of traffic.

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"graham nash" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"graham nash" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And that's Crosby Stills Nash singing, our house one that Graham Nash wrote about when he and Joni Mitchell live together in the late sixties kind of sweet to think about it that way, but you know, guys, we've always heard that our home is our biggest asset and most people do feel that way. If that's the case if that's true. Should we consider selling our home when we retire? So that we have more money to do something with. Well, sometimes, you know, you know, most of our clients do have their primary homes paid off. And a lot of times our clients will have a second or third home, and they'll have those paid off also or maybe a portion of them paid off. But most of our clients, whether they know it's the financial decision or not kind of have planned to pay their primary house off by the time they retire. And then usually for those of our clients living in the DC metro area, which is almost all of them. They plan to move down south to the Carolinas or Florida. Somewhere warmer somewhere cheaper and get more for their money sell the home here in the area and fully pay off the house down south. Well, again that may not be the right best financial decision. Right. Because you lose control of the money. Even though the house is paid off less tax deductions and so forth, but they like knowing that they won't have a mortgage payment and retirement lately, we've been seeing clients come in and say, a what if instead of paying the whole house often retirement, we took a portion of our cash proceeds and just paid half of the house off or you know, left some mortgage, and one of the ladies that was in most recently here, I said, you know, what I think we're just gonna leave a home mortgage intact that way we can get all the tax deductions while we have this mortgage because it's a fifteen year mortgage. Anyway, you know, why being a rush to pay down a fifteen year mortgage, if you have plenty of income tax deductions, you keep control of your cash, you can invest it. You have control of it. And so that's something that I thought was interesting that I've been seeing more lately is clients. Thinking proactively outside of the box instead of the typical. Yeah, we're going to sell our home here. The area moved down south fully pay off the next house. Because once you do that, it's done forever. The money's in the dirt. And you can't get it back unless you sell that or refinance. So I think we do need to think outside the box a little bit. And just make sure we're making the right decisions kind of just like social security. You know, if someone says, hey, you should only take your benefits at sixty seven or seventy. Well, you can't follow that mass advice right to come in get personalized recommendations. And that's what we would recommend here. Also with housing and retirement. I like how you said that a there's no generic advice that fits in is appropriate for everyone listening about any subject concerning. What it is that you do it's all about retirement, income planning. And that's what that where do I stand plan really clarifies sitting down with Abe Shelley in the team for about an hour or so getting to know each other talking about the lifestyle part of your retirement talking about the financial part as well. And then after you leave. Abe and the team will sit down and do a.

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"graham nash" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"graham nash" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Album Graceland which came at around. The same time we those two albums were, the first ones that opened up a, lot of American, ears and other people in the. West to all these sounds from around the world it was really the beginning, of something huge It was amazing and, and also the fact that, you couldn't see them you know these these albums are copies of them were passed around. You, know in college dorm rooms and it wasn't. Until as we said the iron curtain fell that they could come to the United, States and I remember the. Lincoln center concert, where they I play everyone the Paul Simon and everybody in music was there because they've been waiting for. Years to see them Paul Simon and a bunch of other musicians had actually I heard the choir from nine hundred sixty six. According Frank Zappa heard Paul Simon heard. It back then and, most importantly, I think David Crosby and Graham Nash because they have never stopped. Talking about that record interviews with them today you see an interview like whether on tour now they will still mention that album is. Really, important in influencing their harmonies even though they use very different harmless but it opened up I think particularly David Crosby's here and certainly listened to some David Crosby. Stop you're not gonna hear anything that sounds Like the Bulgarian choir. But you will hear very unusual harmonies And again this does not sound like the Bulgarian choir.

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"graham nash" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"graham nash" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Am the answer sorry about immigration these days graham nash david crosby an immigration man from nineteen seventytwo the occasion there is not topical but the great graham nash has a compilation album just released a couple of days ago cold over the years it's out now graham nash solo stuff in the crosby stills nash ny stuff that he sort of took lead on graham nash fans there it is just a couple of days ago called over the years already so on a busy friday heading into a busy weekend in next week oh my gosh i can scarcely imagine it will be monday night when we learn of the president's supreme court pick and we're talking about the that person's ascendancy and that person entering the scene and also a big topic of course the exit from the scene of scott pruitt my take on it is that pruitt ran into a buzzsaw that he should have known was there and there there's almost no apples and apples comparison here these these were largely to faults as a friend dwayne batters and says this is not the kind of stuff that usually gets you drummed from office or written on a rail out of town the pruitt resignation letter contains references to his horrible treatment at the hands of the media i am sympathetic and i am a fan of administrator pruitt and he was one of the most meaningful inconsequential conservative reformers in the trump administration which is why he had to go but as the wall street journal wisely points out in its editorial this morning a lot of unforced errors on his part if you are going to be the you know you're going to have a laser pointer on your chest if the entire time you're walking around if you know the long knives are going to be out for you choose your metaphor you gotta fly coach man you gotta fly coach let's head out northeast san antonio texas brad mark davis in for hugh hewitt how're you doing good morning oh kinda just endured a rainstorm here and have my soggy wall street journal in front of me and i was reading the same up in i guess about pruitt and a man that's smart you know he would have somebody an advisor or person would say you know you can do this you can fly first class but you know the media's gonna sees that you're going to be in the spotlight now look at the optics what message is that that you're some kind of elite guide and my favorite one and and and i don't know if this is verifier permits he had a big expense for personal security and i know there are people like the environment liberation front than just an environmentalist wackos tamara fraser never talk host i know those are out there and if those people were intimidating or threatening him and things like that i guess some kind of a security thing would be appropriate that you're out you're right and the wall street journal write he he was a good guy but he he gave him entirely too much ammunition and it was comprehend to go obviously the thing that i don't like trump doesn't ever have people come behind the woodshed so to speak and give them a warning or say hey or maybe not directly because there's somebody went and found some audio trump some months ago saying well i'm not pleased i'm not pleased telling a gaggle of reporters i'm not pleased is not the same as having pruitt in and saying dude i love you you're one of the most valuable conservative cogs in the wheel of my administration stop killing me stop stop stop killing your reputation with excesses that are not gonna play well brad thank you free she invest everybody in see below texas now but brad's point is is is well taken and as we go take a look at the various things that that that that scott pruitt did anything that really is valid lee security related i i will completely give latitude for even in terms of some telephone security everybody's talking about the forty six thousand dollar phone booth or whatever looks like some affectation in a man cave that was not some of the staffing stuff in some of the after the fact that jimmy with some schedule records that's not good but you probably don't wanna know how many people would have done harm or worse to scott pruitt simply because he is returning was returning sanity to environmental policy mark davis in for hugh hewitt stick around.

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"graham nash" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"graham nash" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"The patriot about immigration these days graham nash david crosby an immigration man from nineteen seventy seventytwo the occasion there's not topical but the great graham nash has a compilation album just released a couple of days ago cold over the years it's out now graham national of solo stuff in the crosby stills nash cs ny stuff that he sort of took leader graham nash fans there it is album i just a couple of days ago called over the years already so on a busy friday heading into a busy weekend and next week oh my gosh i can scarcely imagine it will be monday night when we learn of the president's supreme court pick and we're talking about the that person's ascendancy in that person entering the scene and also a big topic of course the exit from the scene of scott pruitt my take on it is that pruitt ran into a buzzsaw saw that he should have known was there and it there there's almost no apples and apples comparison here these these were largely to faults as a friend duane batters and says this is not the kind of stuff that usually gets you drummed from office or written on a rail out of town the pruitt resignation letter contains references to his horrible treatment of the hands of the media i am sympathetic and i i am a fan of administrator pruitt and he was one of the most meaningful inconsequential conservative reformers in the trump administration which is why he had to go but as the wall street journal wisely points out in its editorial this morning a lot of unforced errors on his part if you are going to be if you know you're gonna have a laser pointer on your chest to the entire time you're walking around if you know the long knives are going to be out for you choose your metaphor you gotta fly coach man you gotta fly coach let's head up northeast san antonio to ceelo texas brad mark davis in for hugh hewitt how're you doing good morning kinda just endured a rainstorm here and have my soggy wall street journal in front of me and i was reading the same up in i guess about pruitt and a man that's smart you know seems like you would have somebody an advisor or person to would say you know you can do this you can fly first class but you know the media's gonna sees that you're going to be in the spotlight now look at the optics what messages that you're some kind of elite guide and my favorite one and and i don't know if you can get verifier confirm it he had a big expense for personal security and i know there are people like the environment liberation front and just an environmentalist wackos tamara fraser from another talk i know those are out there and if those people were intimidating or threatening him and things like that i guess some kind of a security thing would be appropriate that you're you're right in the wall street journal right he he was a good guy but he gave him entirely too much ammunition and it was tamper him to go obviously the thing that i don't like trump doesn't ever have people come behind the woodshed to speak and give them a warning or say hey or maybe not directly because there's somebody went and found some audio of trump's some months ago saying well i'm not pleased i'm not please tell telling a gaggle of reporters i'm not pleased is not the same as having pruitt in and saying dude i love you you're one of the most valuable conservative cogs in the wheel of my administration stop killing me stop stop stop killing your reputation with excesses that are not gonna play well brad thank you freesheet an invest everybody in see below texas now but but brad's point is is is well taken and as we go take a look at the various things that that that that scott pruitt did anything that really is valid lee security related i i will completely give latitude for even in terms of some telephone security everybody's talking about the forty six thousand dollar phone booth or whatever looks like some affectation in a man cave it was not some of the staffing stuff in some of the after the fact that jimmy with some schedule records that's not good but you probably don't want to know how many people would have done harm or worse to scott pruitt simply because he is returning was returning sanity to environmental policy mark davis in for hugh hewitt stick around.

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"graham nash" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"graham nash" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Los angeles david crosby stephen stills and graham nash played together for the very first time the trio of course went on to form crosby stills and nash no a man so just.

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US ambassador to Estonia resigns in frustration over Trump

BBC World Service

02:29 min | 2 years ago

US ambassador to Estonia resigns in frustration over Trump

"It's six thirty gmt this weekend from the bbc world service still to come what can we expect from president putin's meeting with president trump after a thousand kilometer road trip in russia james kumarisami reflects on who he's met in what he's learned and we'll hear from graham nash as in crosby stills nash that's all here all weekend with me julia summary of world news bbc news with jerry smith canada's foreign minister says the country will not back down in the face of new us tariffs but there's no one to escalate the trade dispute with his closest neighbor either christina freeland made her comments has canada unveiled new tariffs on twelve billion dollars worth of us goods the airline virgin atlantic has said it will no longer work with the british government to deport people who believes to be illegal immigrants campaign is say it's in response to the wrongful deportation of caribbean immigrants who've been in britain for decades president trump says he will announce his nominee for new supreme court judge on july the ninth the vacancy arose when justice anthony kennedy announced his retirement earlier this week the us ambassador to estonia is resigning reportedly in frustration at remarks by president trump about america's european allies james dean melville revealed in a facebook post the mr trump's comments had brought food his decision to retire other us diplomats have also their posts early in recent months us intelligence officials believe north korea has increased production of enriched uranium for nuclear weapons in recent months despite the thought in pyongyang's relations with the us and south korea a report by nbc news quotes a number of unnamed us officials are saying that north korea has several secret nuclear sites the knockout stage of the football world cup gets underway today when franz face argentina it'll be the first eight matches over four days across russia in addition to the hosts former winners brazil argentina england and spain are through to the final sixteen leaders from swaziland's lgbt community say they going ahead with the country's first gay pride march today despite what they say threats from conservative and religious groups to disrupt it male homosexuality is illegal in swaziland bbc news.

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"graham nash" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"graham nash" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"Good skis hitter this long teach two skied away river from joni mitchell you've got one more great blue track for us jim a case of you greg the mitchell obsessive who i think often are obsessing and not listening debate is this song about her romantic split from graham nash or is it about leonard cohen i you know i don't care i that's joey's life that's not her art what is brilliant about this art is that we've all had a case of someone that is both good for us and bad for us everybody you know obligatory rock critic quote i'm a lonely painter i live in a box of paints okay but to me the lines before that you know you are in my blood like holy wine you taste so bitter and so sweet i could drink a case of you and i'd still be on my feet that's everything i love about mitchell number one she's tough is nails you know what i mean you not gonna drink me.

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"graham nash" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"graham nash" Discussed on WDRC

"Fast graham nash road our house when he was living with joni mitchell the big d is back place was that you today how so long jam.

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"graham nash" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"graham nash" Discussed on WDRC

"Five he met graham nash in school they became fast friends because nash was the only kid who let the new students sit next him in class they form groups with names such as the guy tones the two teens the levin's and the four tones and the two of them were asked to join the dell twos four of the delta's left they formed a new group named after christmas holly that was decorating graham nash his house thus the holly's were born one of their first regular giggs was taking over for the beatles at the cavern club they were signed were record deal in 1963 soon became known as the british everley brothers and 19 sixty eight graham nash left the holly's over creative differences as they planned to record an entire album of bob dylan's songs of course graham nash had a great solo career and part of crosby stills and nash here is an eastside from the holly's that he sang lead on on a carousel this hours forgotten forty five on the big no germany gadgil two new i know oh i care to a new passers jerry serving certain the the rules with the jazz hey me.

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"graham nash" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"graham nash" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"We save lives here this is what's fascinating to me about the story this is dehydration what he's been working really hard she's going to be back tomorrow because she wants to finish a book whose ship shooting the shows that they're already pointed out shooting because this is her fifty th hug routes show for when we live in a tree falls in as head seasons in ten seasons there that's amazing wendy well i am just windy williams i mean nobody knows from whence she came or why is this all indicated show at a nobody america has anybody watch it i don't know i've noticed you those sorts of the tiger dr dope she gets up with the bigger stars with a come through town just like graham nash grabbed as visit talk show now yes but are used to disable the world singhaseni david crosby was fast and then of course you know with graham norton do you know the guy though who you're talking about you had you noticed this though they all of its we talked about that before i have no idea the only thing is that it's britain wrote i guess that's the probably the may showed to go on to promote your wears down yeah and so you know that's what you're doing the undue those guys don't mean literally i got news for a mom pocket will in the middle of the country uh george clooney doesn't show up jimmy kimmel just because he feels like stop and by.

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"graham nash" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"graham nash" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Talk show host i guess have you ever seen his show i've never actually seen a whole show about a see clips of it all the time and he's always got like multiple alist stars sitting on the couch together yeah almost every episode i don't stay up for baseball games so i saw you certainly can't stay as my now i i don't either but i see the clips later on yeah and and i don't know how this guy draws so many stars buddies always got like you know tom cruise will be there with with scarlett johansson and their together i mean you can't get those guys in the same month let alone the same show usually in america but this graham nash guy does all the time anyway he had adam sandler on the show and he was there next to clear fully who is in a tv show that i don't watch i i think i think it's the game of thrones i think she's in that and here's the strangely what adam sandler kept doing over the weekend on the graham nash show watch this i got nominated for golden globe too so i took my parents puts his and they can act say they invited themselves really strange is that did you see empty kept putting his left hand on her leg on the actress unclear foyers leg clip i only so as an avocado it on that w no it's that were oats graham eric crosby stash of graham norton thank you oval that is helpful snug graham nash a graham norton that i mean i i don't know who the sky is i don't know why you can draw these stars but here he had adam sandler on the show and as he's telling this story that had nothing to do with sexual harassment or or claire foyer or anything else twice he puts his hand on her knee or on earth five weird and then she picks it up it puts it back in his lap and then he does it again is look at this what you do indeed does it twice here it's really weird.

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"graham nash" Discussed on Know Them From Adam

Know Them From Adam

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"graham nash" Discussed on Know Them From Adam

"Doing that but before that i had jack kerouac scroll and paris at this museum so i i was going to speak at the museum before an and go to paris you know and hang out for a few days in pearson do that so anyway when i got the here's the thing that i absolutely wanted to do was go to jim morrison's grave i mean you know it just there is no question it just fought for people for my generation and just in a you know being a musician in in being someone that just um loves to think about the artistic can i love our authors riders one hundred thomas was a good friend of mine and that sort of thing but you know so anyway so as to make a long story short you know went to his grave got some great footage i the colleges you brought broadcast of intense energy others a few people hanging her out there in and then you know i i was kinda like you know i tried to get the you know the the party started if you would just from a emotional stamped wages you know what is this when you think about morrison and that sort of thing um but i i just concluded through actually graham nash stephen stills a really good from i i know graham but not like an steven but anyway somehow graham it ended up with jim morrison's notes of the last year of his life in pairs like he had this leather bound book and and you know if you went to a movie if you every did he would scroll thoughts in it and just right right right you know on so i i you know i i just ended up getting that and it was interesting when we're talking about you know archiving things in that sort of thing i was excited to just to be able to get this kind of this morrison you know sorta just treasurer that that um you know of course the last year of his life.

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