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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Slammed by Piers Morgan

Daily Pop

00:31 sec | 9 months ago

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Slammed by Piers Morgan

"Piers morgan just called harry and meghan embarrassing in hypocritical. Get ready for some drama. Y'all okay oprah's upcoming interview with. Harry and meghan is not sitting. Well with mr pierce. He is slamming them in the daily mail asking if they truly want privacy. Why are they doing all these huge. Tv interviews and dishing dirt on their family. Peers was also not impressed with the harry. James corden interview. Listen to it all. He said on good morning

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"harry james" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:58 min | 10 months ago

"harry james" Discussed on WDRC

"Talking to Carmen. Just ignore my nephew Norman. Now, what were you going to say? Welcome, But you know that friend of mine that owns that movies here up in San Francisco? Well, he's playing your latest picture Abbott and Costello in Africa screen, and after it opened last night, he had to put the robe sub. Hold the crowd back. No, no. The ice is one of the hang themselves. Hey, But why don't you keep that guy out of here? Norman happens to be a very smart boy. Costello. Why? When he was five years old, he was regarded as a boy. Wonder what? When I was five years old, I used to wonder what I was to you, fellas. Well, well, it's Maddie Melanie bandleader. Well, Mary Molly, What's your idea? Coming down here in a red sport coat, green slacks, pink shirt, purple tie and black socks. I always wear black socks. Why? I want people to think I'm allowed Dresser. I must have read that wrong, You know, you know, I'm kind of worried about Mellie Costello. He's still single, you know? So what? Well, all the other bandleaders are married. Look at that. There's the Army. He's got his guitar and least of all, Harry James has got his trumpet in Betty Grable. So what? I got my fiddle and a life size picture of Petrillo. Wait a minute, my like, I don't want you to come out and try to get funny with that. But tonight, I wouldn't think of it that's better. You two guys have enough trouble trying to get funny by yourself. One more crack like that. Malik and I'll fill the laundry not to start your underwear. You will be able to say, and you won't be able to stand up in front of that band. That.

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"harry james" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:23 min | 10 months ago

"harry james" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Case in point, Phil because it's like in the sixties, when I got to North Carolina for the first time. Discovered beach music and I've never been the same. Well, of course, Beach music has nothing to do with surf music on the West Coast, and it also in many ways has nothing to do with what's down the shore. In South Jersey. But Philly because knows all about that, and he has agreed to join us for the next hour. If you're saying who is this? I've got a link on rolly dot net to his Facebook group. And you can read all about it or just listen up. You'll hear all about it right here. All right, So let's see what we can do here. Hello, Philly Because welcome. Hello, rally. It's great to be Oh, here you again and it's just wonderful. A posted your picture and and it was like and fill it up. Everybody says I remember rally and, uh Until I said hello, especially like Caesar. Berry of the Times wants to sell over here and I first off. Let me just say that when you play that that music That that is even be tracks for May. Yeah? Yeah, Z just terrific. And a zay say, you know, you almost have to be a local or regional even know about this, And it's just so so neat that I thought it deserved a lot more exposure. Now I got to say I know about you through your CDs, the ones that I have, and listeners call they request such a zoo. Who do you love, which I agree is just like the perfect soul record. But tell me more about you. What got you into this? Well, I come from musical family. My mom was the piano teacher of the neighborhood and my uncle Jimmy Saunders took Frank Sinatra's place, he says Police Center and Harry James band And in fact, there's only there's only second songs. I believe that Frank Sinatra co wrote or wrote, And One of them was with my Uncle Jimmy Saunders. So I always have this have his background where I always loved the great American songbook of songs and I still playing when I I'll be hard sometimes to play to play cocktails for something like a wedding or something. I always refer to the Great American songbook. So always had that with me as a kid, my my mom when she was a preteen Her father on the bakery and south Philadelphia was spotted bakery and because my uncle was would have liked the the Bobby Rydell of the day in South Philly, he would bring home Visit and bring home Harry James. He brought a lot of lot of people that at the time of your tiny box, so the people of Johnny Desmond and my grandpa pops of house Was something so I grew up with all the stories I then I get into when I get into high school we have. Ah, we have a band High school band, and we actually We did pretty good. Where were you? We were legends in our own minds. But we did get a lot of TV. And we did a lot of rascal stuff and, uh, hang on sloopy kind of things, but we were on TV with that hearse. But the Al Karama sure and then I went home. Then we had another group. We opened for cookie jar on the crumbs when I was 17 and this is at the barn in Wildwood, New Jersey, So I start playing the clubs. And why would when I'm 17 And it was a very good year. 1968. We could be drive this week. E don't have your familiar, including jar, but, uh He's sort of like the picture in the clubs and the casinos down in Las Vegas. So, uh, I heard him sing and I was with my friends because I do the The San Genero feast in Las Vegas, which is one of largest outdoor feast in in the city, and I was walking and I hurt. And and my friends would be, you know, that is that's cookie jar. And, uh and I went up to my should. I haven't seen you since 1968. We had a good old time We're uniting, but we will come from. It's funny when I'm in Las Vegas. I'm doing the same music for the Crowder. I'm doing my wild with days. I'm doing all the way to Cape May and the people love it. They lot. Of course There's a lot of Philly people there, but there's a lot of entertainers. They come from. This area here. The South Jersey Philadelphia area and the thing about US and Philadelphia Is that In fact, last night I was watching the show and they were like He did this thing where they were knocking. It was one of these old films about the seventies, and they were knocking Jersey and from the Philadelphia perspective, we always looked at South Jersey has the Garden state And it was always beaches. It was paradise. So my family's got a house there in north and while Woods first we live with my my aunt Lucy. My next door neighbor in that house of Montgomery having it was Bobby right down. So I have pictures of me playing too and touching the street with Bobby, and then we moved to North Wildwood to all my life. I had this speech experience. And it's a different brand of beach. You know, I know that you have the Carolinas have their brand, which is which is actually sort of takes a lot of Philadelphia and but we way having like a The mixture of the bandstand pop. And the arm did Philly arm Day. And I just felt upon that and boy did you ever developed a following from that? I'll tell you, you know, there's there's a lot of local and regional performers. But you have you have pretty much made yourself a brand. Well, Yeah, well, I appreciate you saying that the total stumbled upon it. Because I was playing piano on, Um One of the hotels and Avalon. And people wanted to hear at the time. This is going back to round like the nineties, mid nineties and at the time people wanted Tonto here on the way to Cape May all the time was like me. Summer anthem of the Delaware Valley and Probably a lot of delicious don't know it. But it Zen YouTube because you two has it. But the point was that I said, Well, let me go back in. You re imagine this song because the way it was presented with Al Alberts and cozy morally, It was sort of like Was for you to be the World War. Two generators. And then I said, Let me let me put a Bobby Darin swing kind arrangement to this anyway. Then that got me into making an album. When I made the album I put like down by the ocean on a couple do wop songs on there. I started noticing number one. They loved my rendition of all the way to Cape May have got the front page news story of the Sunday Philadelphians choir, which was back then was a big deal because 4001 people reading newspapers every day. And there was this Sunday and was the front page story my album and we got my mom who was the most ruthless record promoter at the time. She was about like 79 80 years old. And she got me on all these boardwalk stores. You got me and Barnes and Noble's got me by the places. And then I.

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"harry james" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:38 min | 11 months ago

"harry james" Discussed on WGN Radio

"80 years ago, Frank Sinatra became the first teen idol first he was discovered by Harry James. But it was only one band leader, Tommy Dorsey bought off the contract with James. That old blue eyes became a star by 1942. He was the most popular big bang vocalist in the land. When Sinatra became upset that his allowance from Dorsey didn't match his fame, he lit out for solo stint on Columbia Records. It was here that Frank became the idol of teenage fans everywhere, culminating in the Columbus State right of 1944. When 35,000 teenage girls mob, the New York Paramount. To see him sing. Chicago's very own. John Vincent, who sings the Great American Songbook featuring his idol, Frank Sinatra talks about Frank's early success. He was the first teen idol that there ever was. Before Elvis, the Beatles before you know you name it. Frank Sinatra was the one that made somebody men jealous because they're you know, so many women would go crazy over him and screaming back, and that was the term the bobby soxers. I believe, you know. That was a big one. And remember the big picture they had of him outside the theater and everybody waiting in line. While Frank was the first true teen idol. There was a time in the 19 sixties, when rock and roll took over the airways and the Beatles were at the top of the charts. The natural was particularly impressed with the Beatles hits something, calling it the greatest love song of the past 50 years. He especially admired the way the lyric evokes a girl who isn't even present. Aside from performing something numerous times in concert, Sinatra recorded the song twice in 1970 as a single for reprise records and for his 1980.

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"harry james" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"harry james" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Thomas Daughter deals 35 FT Christmas Tree in his home in downtown Portland. Which is also in advance practice space. He will anchor the concert from his piano and will also be your emcee throughout the set, you hear singers China. Forbes Storm large NPR's very own Ari Shapiro and more special guests. Here they are. Now this'd speak martini with the swinging concertos Trumpet written by Harry James. Huh? Every time. Having body on the trumpet. Gavin hails from the 19 sixties. He's an Oregonian and Washingtonian and of Vegetarian. Please. Welcome to the stage. Our singer, the lovely Miss China, Forbes..

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"harry james" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"harry james" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The final hour of trading after an up and down session that saw the index whipsawed by takes on the progress toward a deal. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi continues talks with White House representatives even as the odds remain long for a deal before the November 3rd election. Here's where we end of the session with the S and P down seven, a drop of 2/10 of 1%, the dal tumbled 99 points down 4/10 of 1%. NASDAQ Lower by 31 to drop their of 3/10 of 1% tendered on 8 30 seconds with a 10 year yield on this Wednesday. Now 100.81% gold up 9/10 1920 for the ounce was Texas Intermedia crew down 4% of $40.5 a barrel as for the overall market bankrupt and the debate about value versus growth Harry James is portfolio manager of James Investment Research. He was our guest moments ago, right here on Bloomberg. BusinessWeek. Unfortunately, the value trap. It's just that right now it's it's got. It's got No, no mo mentum whatsoever. I would say for the moment stay on the yellow brick road, which has been what has been working. Among today's tech standouts snap after earning surging 28% Today. Other social media companies also moved higher as well. Today we did see both Twitter moving higher by 8.4%. Facebook shares also advanced again, recapping as we await the latest numbers out of Tesla's SNP down seven drop their of two tents of 1%. The Dow down 4/10 NASDAQ Down three tents. I'm Charlie Pellet. That's the Bloomberg Business Flash..

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"harry james" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"harry james" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour

"There. Yeah. That's what I was thinking. What if Dan Arnold Show? Yeah Anyway. Every. Time I. See that name that's what I think of There's one player who I always see her name. I think if somebody like that but I am. I'll find it I find. All right. So just assessing this team here obviously, I'm GonNa like it since he went back to back stub Wisconsin running backs here in the third and fourth round with Jonathan Taylor on that you agree, yeah that's the one that was missing I like the receivers on this squad tight ends aren't my favorite, but to get awesome knocks in the thirteenth, I I like it but he probably will need a breakout from either Smith or Knox here to be competitive especially with that position. Yes receivers are pretty strong to tyreek hill digs, Allen Darius Slayton, and then the jailings of those guys. I can't tell you can't really count them. No, you can't So you see he's GonNa be I think he might be. He might have to worry about the flex a little bit if there's a single injuries to his team. So I, think that's my concern. It's so Chandler Dalton supreme the penultimate team we're GONNA talk about tonight here Dave drew brees, Joe Borough and Sam Darnold quarterback running backs or miles sanders Kenyan Drake Kareem Hunt Matt Breda Ca Sean von the hime hines receivers Dj more Allen Robinson, Marquees Brown, Julian, Edelman, La viscous t higgins, tons, or Tyler Higby, Jay Stern Burger, and we'll. Item and changing my mind again, this is my pretty underwriter and here's why we were talking about. Here's why there are so many players on this team that I have talked up on the H. F. Our over the course of this off season I've talked Dj more Allen Robinson Kareem Hunt Julian Adamant Matt Brita Jay. Stern. Burger team Hines, all these players you're listening to the show they well, you must listen to me they just you out apparently I mean you like some of those players as well but I just I really like this is a team that I could not only see myself drafting. Team construction-wise I could see my self drafting it player wise. I mean there's a lot of players that really like now, there's a couple of duds that I don't like feel but that's true of everybody. We'll all running backs pass catchers if you look at it Sanders Drake Aunt Brita. Heinz every one of them there's no big bruisers. Are you know none of those guys in there? Yeah. I agree with you for the most part they do I mean, let's keep in mind they do need the Burger or justly leads to release. You know they hate me half to stay the course if he doesn't there in some deep trouble. It's Like. Don't worry about that. Yeah. I mean come on man it's like. He's in Wisconsin Guy. Sternberg. Wisconsin. The sounds eats brought and stuff but For the packers to he doesn't hasn't done much yet. So I mean, let's not get to stir crazy here well that that happened for me in like February. Discern. Actually I went stemberger crazy after the packers did not take tight under the draft. Yeah. I mean I. Guess They took the war but they didn't take a first or second round tied on anyhow. It's it's a nice team f like it rounding things up tonight here with the twelfth pick is four for four as Peter overset. He gets Matt Ryan Aaron Rodgers as quarterbacks. Camakers Zach Moss Boston Scott. Aj Dylan deandre Washington Barrington Evans at running back receivers are Davante Adams Chris Godwin Aj Brown Calvin Ridley DJ Chart Nikki Harry James Washington tight ends are many TJ Hopkinson and coal comex. Dave we we talked about this team. It I. Think it. It went according to what overs that was gonNA happen. The question is, can he get fortunate enough with a lot of these backup R- running back so they took if he does think he's GonNa be okay. like the tight ends and The you know the quarterback's are are going to be steady at ease as well. Yeah I mean this is not the way I would have drafted this team like he he had a strategy if there's a lot of running back injuries and works out with acres, he could be in really good shape. There's definitely standalone Value Zach Moss Boston Scott maybe AJ Dylan endearing Evans is already getting talked up a it as a pass catcher in that in that backfield. So he might have some standalone value I actually liked is I thought that kill Harry and James Washington picks receiver Sense. If. You have those top guys. A lot of times people go so-called called. Take four they like twelve rounds then everybody else's total garbage on the screen. Yeah. So I think he was thoughtful in that in that. So I give Peterson credit for that. Overall seem turned out pretty good I. Mean I it's hard to like it as much as some of the other ones that are more well-balanced but it's a good nice squad over on it has a shot and Pete for sure and that's the point either go bigger home right and that's what they do here too far out of my comfort zone for best ball slim draft for me absolutely love this team day but I do recognize the firepower and the ammunition that is simmering. And and saw king under over that's watch them could end up taking out the other eleven owners. And that is the action completed tonight here for pros vs joes number four, fat boy slim I wanNA. Thank my callers tonight. My Guess Matt Growth Shane Hallam Robbie Russell Good luck you guys this season WanNa think Armani. They've got the F. FCC our producer mutual friend Robert Audio engineering my best friend Bryce and most of all all of you listeners that were hanging out with us we will be back tomorrow at nine eight central for skinny Pete Number Five pros vs joes going on tomorrow the pros at the job tomorrow have Mark Dinant Dan for Sherry Jared Hassin and Jackie Dunk Hall Thrill, and Greg Dantonio Sal..

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"harry james" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"harry james" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Theatre wanted to get away from it all the FBI in peace and war McGee. The unexpected the unexpected. Unexpected. Now. Here's your host why it comes. In Graham. Robert. Young. Stars as Father's father knows best Jim Anderson, of course, as it was originally broadcast sixty eight years ago, today, July fifth, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, one, the meaning of freedom, and we thank you for tuning in on this Sunday of Independence Day weekend the fifth day of July the one hundred eighty seventh day of twenty twenty. We have one hundred seventy nine days remaining in the year William. Booth form the Salvation Army in London on this date. In eighteen, sixty five Larry doby signed with the Cleveland. Indians becoming the first African, American player in the American League that took place on this date in one, thousand, nine, hundred, forty, six on that same date. The Bikini Swimsuit made its debut. Paris fashion. Show Hula. Elvis recorded. That's all right on this date. In nineteen, fifty, four, his first commercial record, one into San Records and. Again that took down. Name told me my call me sometime. So, he called me about a year and a half later I wanted on my my first record. Some great music came out of sun records, but Elvis recorded his first record. That's all right on this date. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty, four, live, and let die premiered on this date in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, three. It was the first. James, bond film to Sir. Star Roger. Roger Moore as Double O. Seven Cape Verde became independent on this date. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, five after five hundred years of Portuguese, rule Arthur Ashe became the first black man to win a Wimbledon singles title when he defeated Jimmy Connor Dali, the first sheep cloned from adult cells, was born on this date in nineteen, ninety six, and it was four years ago today the Juno. Pro arrived in Jupiter. Jupiter I should say and began a twenty month survey of the planet among those passing away on this date in history trumpet. Player, Harry James Baseball Great, Ted Williams and Ernie quedo Mo the Rin Law mother-in-law. Born on this date in history. Taylor, Barnum. Yes p.t Barnum. There's a sucker born every minute. Milburn stone televisions DOC ADAMS ON gunsmoke actor Warren oates from Soap Katharine Hellman who passed away last year at the age of eighty nine and surely night, who passed away this year at the age of eighty three. But Guitarist for the Band Robbie Robertson seventy seven today, former TV host judge Joe Brown seventy-three Huey Lewis Seventy years old, and it's sad. He won't be able to tour anymore, but his hearing. Is Not well. And that's due to a disease, and I don't remember the name of it, and it's something convoluted. Falco from Oz and the Sopranos Eighty Falco fifty-seven, also from ause, and from law and order criminal intent Catherine. Fifty five, the Irish boy band. Westlife produced a wonderful single beautiful in white, and it is a great wedding song if you've never heard it. Shane billion the lead singer for that band, forty one years of age today, and depending upon who you are. Adam Cole Bay in Annex T he is thirty one and if he is with the elite US dead, but that's you know that's that's called storyline, so he's still alive. Adam Cole thirty one years of age today. Yes, he's a wrestler. Yes, most of you don't know what I'm talking about. You would have to be inside to figure that out anyway, though some of the people born on this date. The July fifth if this happens to be your birthday. Hi, we're.

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"harry james" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"harry james" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Like a Reagan. Hey. You'll behind that desk. You when the mask. What is this GonNa Talk. Is One of my men mind you with a gun. Now that you tend to see. Let me. Tell you that you are listening to this recording. Because I don't want you to know. My voice sounds like he's. Personally I prefer Harry James. I, want you? CAN'T Have you anything to say. I hope you. COD I didn't hit him too hot boss. There's no sense killing him. The low is GONNA. Do that forced very. Jeep. been. PUPS I hope they look like that mother when I'm. Only I'm not the same guy you should have had your head exams are going down. That street says I had a crack. That's worse. Take a look at this shorty. Yeah, Yeah Co, Parkas Pretty. I didn't shoot anybody shorty. Somebody slugged me. And when I woke up, my son was gone. This was in my pocket. I must have been out for hours. It's a it's almost eleven. O'clock I call Jean and she told me the bank renewed man letters notes the minute. I showed up at the hundred street place. Somebody shirts. Another cricket hit Mike. It's more than that you ought only how much more and exactly what I don't know Get my robe. Should. Give me your coat hanging over his head ship well. Like, what do you make this business awesome? I don't make it. It's got me stumps. Yeah, me, too well is your thanks. I, think I'll lay down. Relax for having, but would you mind fixing me some coffee? Sure having just a minute boss Fay. I to see me well. Inspector Farrelly Moss I'm glad to see you. which goes to prove how easy I am to please? Very funny. Blackie I think he did it this afternoon on my head. Schofield's did that isn't what means. That you ever heard of a private detective named Fred Vessel. That crooked Jama's. Sure I've heard of him and he's heard of me to thirty. I got the guy's license suspended when he tried to blackmail me a couple of friends of mine you know. That's the guy like you. I'd feel a whole lot worse if you said Rita Hayworth didn't like me. You didn't like him either I hate rats. Come on. What's all this about nothing? Only what was found shot to death an our goal? I'm taking you in for his murder. Like now, let's get going I. Look Fat, and you've done ridiculous things every day of your life. Right now you'll borrowing from next week. What makes you think I bumped off this? I don't think it I. Know We've got your gun and it's got your fingerprints on. It all founded nearly as well as body, and if I'm not mistaken. Isn't that a bullet hole in the part of this on the chair? You fired from your pocket. Well. Maybe I burned the whole of the cigarette. Cigarette Burns a whole like that. Come on, let's get going back that wrestler up. On you coming to me. All right all right robe isn't too bad. You won't be allowed to wear them. Jail. DISROBE inspector here. Take a good look. Take a good look at it, right. I might have. Bush has waiting for a signal for any. Time Short. He will use the court in the road now at inspect quiet. Don't you know what's in polite to talk with Your Mall? You'll be kind of like taking the just a little minute now. Well I. Know What the score is now shorty somebody's fixed it to look like I knocked offered visible. And very pretty picture. I'm not worried about the picture short. I'm worried about the frame. WHO's. Not Hurry it's black black. Thanks..

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"harry james" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"harry james" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Became the first team title first he was discovered by Harry James but it was only when bandleader Tommy Dorsey bought out the contract with James that old blue eyes became a star by nineteen forty two he was the most popular Big Bang vocalist in the land when Sinatra became upset that his allowance from Dorsey did matches fame he went on a solo stint on Columbia Records it was here that Frank became the idol of teenage fans everywhere culminating in the Columbus day right of nineteen forty four with thirty five thousand teenage girls Bob the New York paramount to hear him sing Chicago's very own John Vincent who sings the great American songbook featuring his idol talks about Frank's early successes he was the first teen idol the driver was before Elvis the Beatles before he you name it Frank Sinatra was the one that so many men jealous because they're you know so many women would go crazy over him and screaming back and that was the the terms of the the body sectors I believe you know that was a big one remember the big picture they had of him outside of the theater and everybody waiting in line well Frank was the first to teen idol there was a time in the nineteen sixties when rock and roll took over the airwaves in the Beatles were at the top of the charts the latter was particularly impressed with the Beatles hit something calling it the greatest love song of the past fifty years yes specially admired the way the lyric evokes a girl who isn't even present aside from performing something numerous times in concert the natural courted the song twice in nineteen seventy as a single for Reprise Records enforced nineteen.

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"harry james" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"harry james" Discussed on KTOK

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"harry james" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"harry james" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Running back in David Montgomery and he ran for trying wow why they decided to do that I mean I hope he looks back and figure it out there was a big mistake because they had they lost the Packers because that was one game a loss and then there were other things but it's like you set them behind from the start and hopefully make it figures out how bad mistake it was in that the change a lot of stuff like that thank you and we will call him it's not only that and you know they got a lot of credit in week eight or nine or whatever week they did of changing Cody white Harry James Daniels if they would have played a little bit in the pre season maybe they would have seen that a little bit earlier you know I mean they didn't play at all in the pre season non it's ridiculous for them not to do that Fred were having a nice morning not at all I'm doing this because now I all former football players will tell you the same thing you can't just go out there in week one and expect to be ready after not running any of your offense or anything on the for in preseason that's fine for the first couple weeks of the year we've seen mich for biscuit play forty football games in the National Football yeah they start they won four of their last six games okay and what do they do in the first after one three in one and then they lost four straight okay I have a feeling I'm gonna get I'm gonna start yelling about this coming up that's fine because he's played forty games it's not just manage don't you understand it's not just met all right we'll talk about this coming up next that was a good call because now and I'm here to be good to get where he is always there's hope all come up next one can hear her in for David Kaplan right here on ESPN one thousand save.

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"harry james" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"harry james" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"There's some great music and memories there from nineteen forty three. the Harry James orchestra with this movie came singing I'll get by and beans Crosby's radio group collects paper for the war effort there and Gaby the lawyer gives advice on the innocent handy show. the war economy followed by the irrepressible Betty Hutton and murder yeah. yeah it was in the Senate in one town project nineteen nineteen forty three. in a while the World War raised in Europe and in the Pacific the city of Santa Fe was obliged to continue its city business. and so if you're interested I thought I'd be giving the count of the typical Santa Fe city council agenda for nineteen forty three that see the city clerk reported that a number of sewer assessments were due and owing from several state agencies will with offices inside the city so the city centre bills which were fairly promptly paid by that see among others the Supreme Court of the district highway office which is then I'm on is a mystery by the way and the state museums the only hold out really was a state penitentiary where warden Jon J. McManus declined it to pay the six hundred fifty five dollars and twenty said sewer assessment fee. well the canisters suggests that the city could pay itself by simply deducting their free from the loan payments which the city made to the state on loan which help the city by the airport property. and the city's special treat committee reported that the city's five thousand or so trees were in jeopardy of dying from European scale. unless it were sprayed over the summer but the cost range from fifty cents to three dollars per tree house a lot of money alarmed the city made the committee prominent put them to work on a more practical solution the special tree committee was made up of RV boil Mister Boyle on the largest greenhouse in the city well in the state for that matter there on the off Parker street there. Mrs Frank Wilson was there jammer meters Norman Appleton and Frank Delgado. and the final item on the city's agenda was a change of name for to city streets Jim street and Tibbets street off the lower Alameda see inspector Mel Hagman said the names were not dignified so the city approved a change of names to mesa Vista and makes a very. typical Santa Fe city council meeting in Santa Fe nineteen forty three you're listening to the set of a hotel project. this.

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"harry james" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"harry james" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Adding to the troubles from tropical storm very this from a reporter on the wheezy on the southern coast in terrible and perish they're hoping that none of these homes actually do take in water but now they are at risk because that water is so high and is overtopping the area thousands are without power in Louisiana's Morgan city area storm troubles are expected to continue for days president trump's plan to round up undocumented immigrants around the country has set off protests in some cities New York agencies are checking on reports that ice agents may have already started the sweeps there are many our bill were believed to out it is believed they were supposed to start tomorrow more from CBS's Laura protest we're focused on criminals as much as we get administration officials say the operation is targeting about two thousand people and in many cases entire family is previous crackdowns of the same size have resulted in an arrest rate of about ten percent it's unknown if any city is in our area will be targeted a man wanted by our state for murder is in custody after a swat team raided a home in Missouri St Louis police got a tip that began a long standoff with the man last night swat officers eventually remove three people from the house no one was hurt but officers say they were fired on we're waiting for information about the suspect and the killing in our state for which he is wanted today he is an important anniversary for Frank Sinatra and his fans CBS news correspondent Budd Mishkin with that story room number from the bottom of my heart is not thought of is one of Sinatra's more memorable songs but it is historic it is considered Sinatra's first commercial recording and it was recorded on this day with the Harry James orchestra eighty years ago but Michigan CBS news.

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"harry james" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:52 min | 2 years ago

"harry james" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"That king Cole a rising star, but it's still the king Cole trio, the original straighten up and fly. Right. Nancy Wilson sing like someone in love song book on WNYC the d day deep dive music of the time that is remembered on its seventy fifth anniversary in these past few days. Here are more originals from this time and they vary in their styles and approaches. The king Cole trio is casual combo jazz. Harry James found ambition in strings and arrangements at the same time his trumpet was what it was. It was staking the sound of Harry James playing for anything in this world. Harry James Betty, Grable the magazine cover and pinup stars of their time a hit record for the pick Yulia but very affecting instrumental. Known as cherry. The. But. This is something new. In folding, you know this through. Holding you close to me with. If you. Little what we. And all my. That's. Tom, I cling to your kiss. My darling. That you'll always. Something new my arms in folding. You never knew this thrill be. Ever thought I'd be holding you close to me, whispering it you. You should. Dream will take wings..

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"harry james" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:30 min | 2 years ago

"harry james" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Guitar player magazine once asked me who who is your influence, and I said, Hank Williams. And they said Hank Williams doesn't play electric guitar. And, but that's where it was and music to me is like a facet in my life. I I love many things I've trained lions and Tigers for raising for thirty years and been in the Marshall with thirty years when flying airplanes and just doing so many things that are very interesting and music was just one of them. And I was raised actually listening to the big band era like guy Lombardo, Harry James in the first person that I really listen to us chain coupon drums, and that's where I get this. This heavy staccato drumming affect on playing like, Mick Fleetwood Fleetwood MAC once said to me watching me said my my God, he says you play your the most progressive Garissa I've ever seen in my life. You look like you're playing drums, and and I do I'm playing all the different parts of the drums when I play my guitar. So actually drums was my first and Jeanne Cooper was my first big influence. Some of the surf music stars didn't really serve most most notably the beach, boys. But you did you actually did serve. Is there a connection between the sounds that you'd hear surfing in the kind of music you were playing yesterday actually sounds were actually compared to? Actually, my lions and Tigers and the ocean the power of my Tigers and the power of the ocean. When I would get thrown across the cage with one blow or seeing the cat goes with twenty two hundred pounds per square inch by four stainless, steel pan. And you just marvel at man cannot control that and then you get out in the wave, and then you get out in and you stop paddling, and you're facing a six footer or an eight footer and let alone a ten footer. It is the most frightening thing in the world, and you just have to just dig down and go for it. And then when you get sucked up and taken over, you never feel strength like that and your life, and you just can't stop that that policy you must ride with it. And that's when I learned to really go with the flow of everything in life and the waves did create my feelings of that sound like a deliver wave coming over the top of my head. I stick my finger in the wall and get my ear up as close as I could get into that tube. Or then doing a bottom turn and missing it and getting sucked up over the top. And being just crunched right through your board. And those days we used to big big ten footers, you know, did the sound of the ocean. Making wanna get that that loud amplified sound that you want it. Yeah. It was it's a combination of the ocean. And the roar off my Tigers and lions and just putting it all together that force and the of the ocean just has. Has the two sounds. It has to one that comes over the top of your head. It's a lacy sound. And then it has that bottom rumbling sound. And then it has that wipe out sound and with my big sixty gauge strings guitar players are using sevens and eights nines, the slinky's know, intense, Mike, my thinnest string is a fourteen and wound. And then I use to eighteen and one's for my second and third string. And then my fostering, I here's a thirty eight wound in my fifth. They use a fifty eight forty eight and then I use have fifty eight or a sixty once I can get. So this is like really thick strings, you're using and that gives you. Yeah. It gives it a big. Joe Sullivan calls him bridge, cables, he. It gives you a real real fat thick thick sound along with the combination of what goes into the amplifier and the guitar, and the the speaker, it's a combination of everything but playing them it's very hard. It's it's very painful because it's like sticking taking your finger and and going up and down the sidewalk with it. That's why I make faces everybody goes. Oh, man. You make the neatest faces because that's pain. Now, what about the picking style that you developed the picking came from my father, my parents? My father's side of the family, his grandparents his mother and father were born in Beirut, Lebanon, and my my mother's side of the family were born in Poland. So they I was subject to the the musical styles of both countries. But when I had an influence of that Arabic music. When I came to California kid asked me said can you play on one string 'cause I was playing, but I called rockabilly, and I developed a rocket style of strumming guitar because I didn't have a whole band. So I I would go. So now when I did that this little boy is probably about ten and at my first show at the rendezvous balm and Balboa, that's when it opened up like seventeen surfers and the surfing when he says can you play on one string? And I didn't know what to do. And I says we'll come back tomorrow night. And I'll have something for you just to get get rid of them. And then when I went home, I says, oh my God. I'm going to get caught. I'm going to be found out that I'm a fake that I can't play on one string or something. And and I I thought and I says visiting new and miss Lewis played very slowly, I wouldn't and quadrupled the sound. I went because I wanted a machine gun staccato picking sat style which is very difficult to play. Because you have to keep your meter properly. And as a result, you break stainless steel strings, and you melt picks down two or three of them in a song. I'm they melt, and that's why I have a special pick pickle reach down. I throwing out when I play pick one up, and I continue melting. But that's how I get that sound like a machine gun, stop picking style. Let's hear your original recording of miserable which you made back in one thousand nine hundred sixty two. Yeah. I think the original people that did it was are probably turning over in their grave. And the way I play it. What was the scene like on the beach when you started surfing and flying? We would.

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"harry james" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"harry james" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The do. Don't they? That way. Didn't. I see stars. I see through. Shadow boxing. The now. Now when you. You. To see that. Ellington standard a hit for Harry James in the original swing.

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"harry james" Discussed on Gilmore Guys

Gilmore Guys

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"harry james" Discussed on Gilmore Guys

"But I will say that. What do I predict I predict that Joel and midge will at least try to make things work meeting. They will maybe go on a date ham dinner together. One on a one on one scenario. I will say a and midge are on they're going to be on a high but expecting lows mean Eben rose, even rose. Sorry. No, I like this. Yeah. Yeah. I think rose are gonna go to new lows where he might have to choose his job or his wife. I think he's going to have a crossroads situation here. I'm predictions and the kids are going to die. 'cause no one's watching him. Joel and Ethan are gonna make movies together someday? Joel, and yeah, they're gonna they're gonna you know, there's ones the sun. One's father. Right. You're gonna claim there are others change their last night. Even have pseudo names for movies that they don't want to put their name. Right. It films too. Wow. All right. Let's go out. Let's go out with this Harry James song that plays during one of the montages in the episode. It's called James sessions. Very creative title. Wow. Now, I want some chocolate chip cookies Jaffer some win dad that dad. Oatmeal in chocolate chip, cookie. I want chocolate chip an aside of bacon. Switch it completely different. Now, you'd go to a completely different idea. That's problematic. Mrs may all. The women are the ones that are going to be a can't. You're putting too much pressure on me. And isn't that what we do is men in a society with right? We we make we put too much pressure to fulfill cultural expectations and gender norms and rolls and now it's time for us to listen. Yeah. Like Louis did. Almost a whole time on to listen for ten months. I'm listing and I'm done now. All right. We'll see you next week. In the marvelous, Mrs Maes ago goodbye a. That was a hit gum podcast.

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